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NOTES. CHRISTMAS BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
NOTES. CHRISTMAS BUSINESS. "What might have been" is a theme.'that ^was articulated freely during tht; Onrist ^as season. To what dimensions would Viu'tsfness have reached but for the unfor filiate' weather abnormality which resulted Na severe/frost at at iate, period ot the •*,.&lt;ziSJD^C!eji,.a/ ..greatly destroyed | in many instances, what promised to a magnificent crop! And, apart from iillVln utllity to serve any practical good, ur tiie fact that it is not an efficacious bnini lor the wound of disappointment, it is intorost ing to indulge in speculation, if only for comparison. To have paid a visit to one of the principal 'business houses' during the festive season, would not have lent the im pression that (he primary producing forces bad but a few weeks previously received a heavy bltnv In the deprivation of large areas of crop. > Oil every side there were signs of activity, and right up to closing hour on Christmas Kvc\ the business establish ments of the town app...
The Tamworth Daily Observer SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1910. A FOREWORD [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
The tarn worth Daily Observer SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1910. A FOREWORD With this issiu; we make our official bow fts a (lull;' newspaper. A tremendous am ount of organisation has boon necessary to reach the point which has rondo iL possible to send forth a publication which wo Iloat with sanguine expectation of hearty public approval. To extend considerably to our up-io-ilnto premises ami add a plain, that has no equal in the country districts of the Suite within throe months exemplifies to our readers the. tusk wo under took. To transfer in so short a space of lime, after erection of the machinery, from' flat-bed printing to rotary, spoalcs volumes for our staff;■ And further to their credit may it lie said they, for the most part, compose employees of both (ho "Observer" and the "News." Under the circumstances we \ plead for a little forebearanco in any shortcomings in our infancy. However, we have left no stone unturn ed to place before the public of the north and north-western di...
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS. In January the Local Government elec- J tions ave to be held, and both municipalities : and, shires, will be called upon to select re- I presentatives for a period of three years. Too.much importance cannot be altaehed to ..the! teTe'dtioiis; and the more interest arous- ■ ed e|vent, tho better will be the Senclrai'tvpsujts. To enjoy tho beneficent ; effed.is,. of^lo.qal. government, the ratepayers j musji'ljp taught to believe that interest is the great jlrispirer of work and success;, and I accordingly hyphenate with the doings of •Councils''a-warm and sustained spirit of concern. To Taniwortli, the elections re- , presjetit a( set of consequences that will eith er ^muke.iforj-progress, as in tho past, or to •u considerable extent, mar advancement in tlie. future. The destinies or the town and district are, in a measure, in the hands of the ratepayers, and the privilege is vested in .'them, to say whether a great and national tendency to progress is to ...
SITUATION IN PORTUGAL. LONDON, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
SITUATION IN PORTUGAL. LONDON, Thursday Evenine. A Paris "Temps" despatch,itatea the sit uation in Portugal is threatening. The loyal ty of the Army and Navy is uncertain. There is mv(:h insubordination, and pre Cinitiously measures liave been taken. Threo cruisers ortieretl to leave Lisbon harbor on various pretexts. "Dinrioj&qtjcefas" pub lishes a statement that .the •Government discovered n secret society flitting to re store King Manuel, and arrested the leaders.
ARRESTED ON A CHARGE OF VAGRANCY. LOS ANGJOLOS, Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
ARRESTED ON A CHARGE OF VAGRANCY. liOS ANGJOLOS, Thursday Afternoon. •1 utiii (Iiireia, a scion &lt;&lt;l the Koyal Oos tiliini family, mid lormerly n cantuin of t}i» Hml.v (!uiml.« of Kin^ Alfonso XII. af Spain, was arrested yesterday on a eluiv!;o oC vag rancy, and u'ns si'iitenced to 30 du.vs in the chain khiik. When tal;rii int'-> custody bo was ]>rn,\in(; cm tlm beach tlu\v Uu iui)iUl. see tlio woman lor whom lie wok banished from Spain, and who, it. is believed, is in a B'rao eisc'.ui Convent, here, or in Vrisco.
THE FEDERAL, LAISD TAX. LONDON, Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
THE FEDERAL, LAIfl'D TAX. LONDON, Thurs' jav Afternoon. TJio "Fumno.wl .'limes" bublisltos a inanN ' fosto from Melbourne pro^ ^rty owners* com- , mittoo, winch unys '.'Tin-/ tax. is -tiie t most fatal, blow ever g'^on to Australian i crodit in. London, and n a .-British capital is safe in Australia." Edi'Krja] cowmont says, the indictment cannot b e brushed aside witli ■ levity by.th© Government,
GERMANY'S READINESS FOR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
GERMANY'S READINESS FOE WAR. I if the world to-morrow should be totally taken by surprise bv tho tidings that war had broken out between Germany and France or between Gerraanv and England, the Germa military authorities would not be taken unawares. As in the days of Moltke, it would only require the pressing of a but ton, and hundreds of thousands of ordera would ro forth. Every man, every bon?e, woudl know and find bis place. Everything | woviln bo^ done with automatic promVUieas and security,, for preparedness is .evorvtfcme. — Vossische Zeitur»~ •» Berlin.