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WARATAH INQUIRY. LONDON, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

WARATAH INQUIRY. I.OXDOX. Monday Evening. I At the enquiry on the Jo^s of the U'ara iah. depositions were read £rom Mr. Mason, 1 a passenger, which were taken at Sydney, and which stated, in bad weather the vessel j heeled over, and in his opinion she had turned turtle. He had advised Owen, the mate, to leave the ship. as it was unsafe. Mr. Richards, who was a passenger on the ship said tho vessel was well built and ] he was confident no sen would turn her Mr. Veit.vh. :i navigation otlker said there was nothing in the alteration of tie* Mini of the vessel while in Sydney to denote unstahility. Hishaler. an A.R. said I he general opinion of the sailors on hoard the vessel was that she v.*as unsafe for a long voyage. Captain Ilbory is reported to have said on the vessel's st>vonrt voyage that it would be hi:', las: as either his reputation or the vessel would be lost. Mr. Clark, a Hoard of Trade ©direr, said the vessel should have required only 2C deckhands, whereas were carried. ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LINKING THE EMPIRE LONDON, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

UNKING THE EMPIRE I LOXDOX. Momlnv Kvpnin?. The ••Post" say; Sir Wilfred l.aurier's scheme lor the conservation cf th»» hound* less resources of the fvinjili**? is one of those sruml idea!?; which ure bringing the Can adian policy into line with developments occurring in every port of the Empire.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

SCRATCHES. SYDXKY , im-Jtlnv Xiyhi. .cVratf|jin^s l'<ir tin* Clin llenj;u Stokes to day tvrrc: —Hi'liotropo, Tvrr»i;o:i^, Unlimit tul Leo. AnnivtMrfJirv imuHK'npClmrn ac!o, Chusit*, Princo Lnck. Waller Handi cap :—Itec'lionrn';, VtMrajjona.

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STRIKE AT COCKLE CREEK. SYDNEY, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

STRIKE AT COCKLE JfiEEK, SYD.XKV, 'luusdiiv Night. Hip Mini"liT h:r I it* !>;>»• ai:d .lihiustiy I.Mr.. intends tit iim^tiiiJitu, Llui, tionblt! lit the snlnhido itnr!;* :iJ Cockle Cnvk. {'.ml »ls.i wnlVr with the otlicers ni* ..Iho' Northern Miners' Kedenuion, particularly" hs to the new Incliistriitl Arbitration Act. .

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WOOL SALES, SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

WOOL SALES, SYDXKY, Tuesday. At tlu* loonl wool «:iles to.(!:iy w«r3

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BOXING. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

BOXING, SYDNEY, TuwJay. .ftiniMn;:5? tJi'feuti<1 Thrmn.i in tho sixth round at MrlbouiJK' tsi«t itijclit.

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SOUTH AFRICAN CRICKETERS. LAUNCESION, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

SOUTH AFRICAN CRICKErESS. I.AIWC'I'STOX, Tuesday. 'Hu» Snulh AfriVans rnjnnii'nrj't) a in^t^h Against L:it<ttcevtoit io-ti;ty. The visitors batt^ tint. ;uul !u;ve Kk: fni»»• wickets for 44 run.*—Ziileh 1, Sehwarr. Sinclair LM. Kno.vke -•

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BEAUREPAIRE TO REST. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

BEAUSEFAIBE- TO REST. •SYDNEY, Tuesday. At 1 ht» pr^enUUHm oi' inrilab :iml <vrtu tU-ntre uuii nt :!k> Aiwtriili.shn f-'wiimnin;: (.'arnica!, HtMiUfpnSro lifltjl/rttiW.!" lu»' tvotiM n»i r;nv n^niu this >v;u\ II,• iutfiiJs t.» l«kt« :i lontr rosl after liis thivy years' coii linuou> vwiiu'niii^.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

STxEst-Ole^ss TIMBER ! TUBER!; It Is inlporlant and necessary that Build* ere -and' the Geuoral Public shou«d know exactly where to obtain their timber and other l>uiitiins material promptly and at lowest cost, if you will call or send your orders to the Great Northern Saw Mills and Joinery Works you can depend upon our usual; prompt and careful attention. This firm -has had wide and practictl experience of many years In the Building and Timber Trade and therefore understand exactly your requirements. The fact of us doing the largest Building and Timber Trade In the North is a guarantee of past satisfaction to our Customers. We are large suppliers of Cypress Pine and Hardwoods, and large direct Importers and Cash Buyers of the moS; 'popular Foreign Timbers, which we land fruits Shipments at regular Intervals iuto the 'Mill Yards by private Railway Sid ius at u minimum cost. We are, therefore, giving you the benefit of the saving. Our extensive aud up-to-date Plant, together with ...

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AFTER SEVENTEEN YEARS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

AFTER SEffiERTEEH YEABS. MELBOUKUI!, Tlmrahj . At Dayloaxotd'Court yesterday; a nmn nan edi~E. Pjifctorscm was'ohargod' with.tho lar« ccny of a coldfrinK,,. valued, nt -18.-'15ki. 0f. fonco is nlloxcdl tat'fiaTo iboco oommiUod in tho yo.ir 1803, and .& warrant for Patter son'o nxrost ttcw . obtained y17 yea rv a go. Aoousod, liawsKs?, could'.cot 'dq. found, and ho surrondcrrcid .hhasalf toi.-fcho polico thi^ morning.- to- tn2r,i7or,'^li a • eha.tE° Tho <Bcnch ndjonrnsd. tlio hearing for 14 days, bail baiai; nllotrod.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

DR. SHELDON'S NEW DISCOVERS .for Coughs and Colds cnras. all Chest • Oo&' plaints, la 6d and Ss. OLtaiilablo at all t^toroa, and Pullman's Phormeey." Should know that the / purest, sweetest and- most ^ortpfiftal rriethadCof^'-prcservriiig, piSifiSjg and'beauti^jiDg.babytS'teiricr Slah Iies-ln -warinibaths wrfh And/?gent]e -applications,: of&Iuti cura'Ointmcnt. • Eo& eczema s£ rashes, itchings atfdvchafingSi-Gf childhood'and-for the prevention o£- -the same,. as welt-as for the sanative^ antiseptic cleansing^ of ulceratcd^dnflamed raucous1 sur f acesandcother uses whichsuggest themselves to womeivthese gen tle emollients are MispensaJile.' * Sold throt>gl»ut the world. Dopot«rXcn<!at»;27; Cbnrterfconse,i?q'.:rPaiavfi.'JWo-de l!UPnJ»Aost»» tin. II. ToifrnR <fc Co.. Sydney: imllfc, B. K. Had,: Cftleuttn: China, Hone K«n2 Drue Cnr. JnXmn.' M&ruy. Ltd.. Tftklo; Ro.-Atrl«i.*r,cnnon.rl.til»capo*. Town «-xtc.; n.S.A.. rotter Drue^ Cli...

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AFTER HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

>• AFTER MONEY, /i . ( ) I Three Teddy-bears once chased a Dea, The day was warm and sunny, " And foltoi.who waichod the woolly three Said, "Itfsvtlieix- instinct, don'tryoH seej . Of course, they're after lioney!" |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

CHILDREN'S UNION ... ... I COUPON. . ~H ART, LITER'AIIY. NCEDLHWORK. ')* RULES FORCCHHiDlj'ESJ&-UNION. N.B.—Rea<l Ureso rufeBr.carriEtttiy, and r<y> member ip-you. do j!oi keaj* iisssnr^faai con-3 t ributions must "ho. disqcaKfiefi. 1.—M<ujdicrK.<i£Hi±io-CMldtQnZsjlJniott must be under siiteon years a£ age. 2.—Tlie C.U. Coopen moste'j&o. firmly at tached to evory entry for Art and. Mtorature Competitions. Entries with liOOSE or NO Coupons will bo disci ualrfiod 3.—Name and addresa^of: Competitor with', number and ago must ho firmlv attached' to, or written upon, each .entry for>oompeii tion. Contributions with LQOSJSsyer XO names will be disqualified. 4.—All entries must be recoir«J~1af<*tifcsC< by first post ou the date.gir.ca. OotmpdSitioBs aiv given far in advanre to cnajjio ^^cm—to have plenty of time to.'beirranetatf. 5.—All prizes must be applie(3',far-w#itiiin' 14 days. ' 6.—Nothing must b...

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BUILDERS' AND LABORERS' CONFERENCE. WILL THERE BE A STRIKE? SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

BUILDERS'AND LABORERS' CONFERENCE. WILL THERE BE A STRIKE? SYDNEY, Tuesday. A conference of.the'Builders and Labor ers' Federation opens at Sydney to-niglit to consider the industrial situation. There are three courses open to the confer ence. One is to. go to tho Federal Arbitra tion Court; another is to go on strike; tho third is to continue to work under present conditions. However, it is not considered that either of the first two courses will be adopted, the probabilities seeming to point to a strike.

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PROGRESS OF THE FLYING MEN. FIRST FLIGHT ACROSS THE ALPS. THE SAD STORY OF A HERO. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

PROGRESS OF THE FLYING MEN. ">:o FIRST FLIGHT ACROSS THE ALPS. ' ' [THE SAD STORY OF A HERO. ,: 'Autumn has brought new triumphs and new tragedies for the aeroplane. An air ship has sailed for the first time from France to London, but the most wonderful deed of all was that of a young French man who flew over the Alps. He paid for the triumph with his life. The flight over the Alps was made by M. Chavez to gain a prize of £4000. He had to start from Brigue, in Switzerland, fly. over the mountains, by the Simplon Pass, descend on the Italian side, and fly to Milan, a total distance of 04 miles. It was a tremendous thing that Chavez had to do—to fly over this range of mountains which cover 90,000 square miles of the con tinent o£ 'Europe. Of course, he had not to cross the highest point, for Mount Blanc is nearly IG.000 feet high. 1-Ie had to cross from Switzerland into Italy at.a point less than half the height of Mont Blanc. But the treacherous currents of air, which at any momen...

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ILLEGALLY SELLING LIQUOR. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

ILLEGALLY SELLING LIQUOR. SYDNEY, Tuesday. A man named Michael Keorjli was lined £80 in the Police Court this morning for soiling beer without a license.

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A CORNER FOR THE WEE ONES. AUNT AGNES READS A LONG, LONG TALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

A com EOR THE WEE ONES, AUNT AGNES READS A LONG, LONG .TALE. - " To sleepy Diok Aunt Agnos cried, " 'Tis early yet for bed, • Come alt and listen at toy side - Until this tale I've read.*' •The tale was very, vory long, And Dick, to keep awako, - ~ ' Stared at.-his aunt, till—was he wtons?— Thero must be some mis toko!— Her specs, still round an&iroiinder grow. The chair -and footstooHfado, ^3 And wmtio/dear from top to too $ In Qsatliors is arrayed! > " if ' ^ u A At length, alarmed,.he cannot-keep " t; Pram one Ions friglitwied -howl, . J' He wakes—to and ho'd/.Eeonr-tovSleei - 1 And dreaint-aie was-an OTOLl . ^ )

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DREADFUL BUSTING ACCIDENT. MAN BLOWN TO PIECES, SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

DREADFUL BUSTING ACCIDENT. MAN BLOWN TO PIECES, SYDNEY, Tuesday. A dreadful blastins accident happened at Fern Hill yesterday, wlien Alfred Warner, <10, mot with a shocking death. Ho was working with others in a low love! sewer, and dosconded the shaft with the intention of charging rock at tho bottom with gelignite. Wbilo the others were watching Warner place tho charge, a terrific explosion occur red. When tho noise subsided and tho smoko cleared, Warner was found lying on his side, death apparently having been in stantaneous. Tho right side of his head was completely blown away, and the left side badly lacerated, the brains protruding. Tho body was badly bruised, and the right arm was broken.

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SOME RECOLLECTIONS AND A SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

j SOME RECOLLECTIONS SABD A SKETCH. A clover Australian mummer whose ability has comn to ii^ht within tbo ne>w century lis Qrognu MeJlahon, who has beim always oi: thu up yrudo smeo ho -appeared under Charles Muwtroy's uuuKiyemeut as Horaeo (Parker, in "A Message from Murs." His latest work continues to be Ui9 best, fur ho is a paiustaUinij artist, \Vho .gainj the full value oi' experience—u character actor .with a wide rauge. Playgoers mint speak ffith respect ot the McMalion they have seen «9 "01(1 Lively" in "Sundayas the knighted draper in "Diana of Dobson's" (an eotculleut sketch" us a gvnia! youim Irishman in "Tb> Flag Lieutenant," as the unfortunate convict in "A Village Piiest,' as one of til > Wylli' bi others—th* dunderheads^ one—in "Wba; Every Woman Knows," and ot'icr )>avts. Thus this- month's ''Loue Hahd,'1 iiid th» brief notice cuiri.'s the writer back nearly sixteen veals, to the hall of tbo Railway Institute, at Bedfem, to a urcup ii p<.op:«i h...

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CATHOLIC EDUCATION. ATTITUDE OF THE STATE GOVERNMENT. CONFERENCE CONVENED BY THE CARDINAL. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

CATHOLIC EDUCATION. •ATTITUDE OF THE STATE GOVERNMENT. CONFERENCE CONVENED BY THE CARDINAL, * SYDNEY, Tuesday. The conference of ltonian Catholic oduca* tion authorities convened by Cardinal Morun was opened by the Cardinal at St. Mary's Chapter Houso this morning. About 100 delegates were present. His Eminence briefly stated the objects of the conference, which were to discuss tho question of education in all its bearings, particularly witli regard to secondary edu cation and the conditions attached to the State scholarships and bursaries. The conference is proceeding, and is being held wiui closed doors. Cardinal Moran, addressing, the Confer ence, said that to promote the piety peace, and happiness of Catholic children, religion must go hand in hand with education. Their enemies, who sought to undermine the foundations of Christianity, had vowed the total destruction of the Roman Catholic Church. To attain this end, their main efforts were directed to banish religion from the sch...

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