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EMPIRE M.P.'s. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
EMPIRE M.P.'s. lne delegates to the approaching Imperial Conference should, with the. full authority'of their respective Governments, insist 'upon the establishment of the right of the British" Colonies to he directly represented in the Imperial Parliament. It is by some Ironic circumstance that the members of he Bri tish Lecislature are called the Imperial Par* llament -"Canadian Courier," Toronto.
FRENCH RAILWAY STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
FRENCH RAILWAY STRIKE. ' :. Let us still hope that the promoters of so , dangerous an experiment will soon see its gravity.and put tin end to it. That a group ot engine-drivers can challenge 'the whole country is intolerable. A general railway strike would cause such ruin and serious disorder that' an irresistable revolt' of;nubllo' . opinion will follow. -"Figaro," Paris.'"
CAUTIOUS BACHELORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
CAUTIOUS BACHELORS. Our bachelor population as a whole de clines to incur the risks of matrimony which are involved in the present high cost of living (in Rhodesia). This hesitancy on the part of ■ people living in the country to "settle' in thj country is perfectly natural so far as they are concerned, but woefully unnatural so far as those responsible for the economic conditions at nresent tirevnil ing in the country. -"Rhoflesia! Journal/' ) Bulftwayo. .^
PANAMA CANAL [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
PANAMA CANAL 1 resident iaft presided over a s&Jocfc com mittors which discussed the prospective legis lation controlling tho Paivjitrsa. It wss agreed on tho necessity ot Uttjmediate and definite understanding regarding the tolls to enable tlio commercial world to piliua ahead, and to assure that tlio Canal would be fully employed from openinr day. Tho Govern ment's legal right to discriminate In.favor of tho United States shipping is criticised.
A BROKEN WINDOW. CHARGE OF MALICIOUS DAMAGE SENT ON TO THE SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
A BROKEN WINDOW. CHARGE OP MALICIOUS DAMAGE SENT ON TO THE SESSIONS. Yesterday, at the police court, before Mr. 0. A. Edwards, P.M., a man named William Roberts was charged with maliciously dam aging a plate glass window to the extent "ot £10, the property of John Hunter and /Son; at Tamworth, on December 21. Constable Lavelle stated: About 3.510 p.m. on the 23rd inst'., In company with Con stable Malley, I saw accused in Peel-street Tb'rought him to Blott's billiard room, where ,1 saw Joseph Blott, ' jnji., I asked Blott if ho 'had 6ver Seen the man before He replied: "Yes,, that is the man who broke Hunter's window." Shortly afterwards, at the same place, I said to Arthur. Meyers, "Have you seen this man before?" Ho said, "Yes. that's the man who broke the Window!" I said, "You have no doubt jftiout that?" Meyers replied, "Certainlr not; if I had I would not say. so." t and Con stable Malley took accused to Mr Symons. "manager of I-Iunter's boot shop. I informed Mr. Symons that ac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
For 1910 our Thanks! For 1911 our Compliments ' , Today—as the Old Year is slowly passing; away—we take the ; opportunity of thanking you for the favors you have extended to us dur ing the past year! The Best of Wishes to you for the Coming Year T ^ ,, We cannot shake hands with all our friends, but this is our one big ' opportunity to wish you "A. Bright and Prosperous Year during 1911, In every issue of this paper now, you will be able to read what we are doing for you in Tamworth's Tip-top Values, You should watch for our ad. each day—each issue will tell you of the money-saving advantages that shopping at the Trade Palace will make possible for you. With our increased facilities and enlarged floor space, we will be better able to serve you quickly and ccmfortably and .display a far greater Stock than many Sydney Drapers can show To both new and old patrons we extend our invitation to call and view the magnificent improvements we have made in our Store, To-day we will lead off wi...
A SAD STRUGGLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
A SAD STRUGGLE. A distressing story of poverty and cvliuo 1 was toJd at Me Uiu Jiaiiey, London, on I October 22, when iimiiy King, 39, a widow, | of Aaintree-stroet, i' uuiam, wus caargcd be- 1 fora Mr. Justice Scrutton tvityi att&mptiiiy to murder hor seven-year-old son Herbert and to commit 'suicide. Tho woman, who ' appeared to bo weak and'dejected, was dross- ! od in mourning. >. She was undefended. | Mr. Walls Xnatohor, who pro6ocuted, said the ooousod was ri poor woman with seven children dependent on- hor and tor several months past tiio struggle for life had !>cen vury sovero. Sho had tormerly been ill very comfortable circumstances, and wliilo her husband, a chef, was aJivc, sho and her children had sufficient to oat. Since the death of her husband in -May last, sho had been distressed and anxious. The children appealed lor food, but she had none to give thorn, although she had tried her hardest to briny tbom up well, sho had failed in tho fight against povert...
GENERAL. BERNE, Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
GENERA I.. BERNE, Thursday Afternoon. Switzerland has decided"-", tor reduce Kb* military Budget by £50,000. PITTSFTELD. MASS, Thursday Afternoon. Thirty i>eo£>lo were killed and 50 injured in an explosion of a boiler at MorewoOd Ie» Co.'9 premises. NEW YORK, Tnufsday Afternoon. Bind; Handcrs \ven4 responsible for an other east side explosion, wroskinE a grocery store, belonging to an Italian in Ensfc, SOtli Stroet, who received, letters demanding £500. ROME, Thursday Afternoon. _ Leaders intimate tlie Railway Union will include 1-1G.OOO men, who are now ready t» inaugurate a strike. '(/ LONDON, Thursday Afternoon. Danish butter is 2/9 Ipjjer on the week's business, while Australian" fis unchanged. Choicest salted 90/ to 98/,luisalted 100/. t» 102/. The tone of tho narjief is healthier.
BRITISH HORSEMEN'S SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
BRITISH HORSEMEN'S SUCCESS The poor showing made by the United States cavalrymen at the New York Horse Show in competition with British and French military riders has stirred the patriotism of certain wealthy Americans interested in hbrse breeding. They attribute the failure of the United States horsemen to their poor mounts, and are resolved that this must be remedied by private effort. At a meeting of wealthy horsemen at Madison-square Garden it was planned to purchase a dozen thoroughbreds, to estab lish, a breeding stable, and to. present the stable stock to.the Government with a view to'. improving the breed of Army horses. The. plan was enthusiastically received, and subscriptions of several thousand pounds were promised^ , Under present conditions only wealthy officers.able to purchase their own mounts can make any showing against European officers.
WELL BORING PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
WELL BORINCf'PtANT. AVn ik)to tlmt Garviii: aAd,CousenS, Limb ed, lia.re been ai)]xii 111ikl'n'jtents for an up to-date well-boring wftimiW* Their plaatt which is now, comprises very latest BP" to-dat« machinery, aE/d'tlie twners being iu chavge with a ltrst-cl3£s..staffl will be a guar antee of good work b^jnji'&lt;}ouo for anyone cntrustinp: their nrder^Jto tliom. They an prepared to do well Vovuiif^in any part of tho north or nortli-w^ton!" districts, aad where two or moi'o borps.Arjj required a r#&lt; duction will bo made. Ap^l^for full particu lars to fclwj agents, Qatviii'and Oousens, Ite> ited, Tamworth. 1 j'; '! Mr. Malttby, of the Commercial Bank, W«t* clia, was entertained, on r;Wednesday nigW by the Dun Club, of which.'' he is presides^ and presented with a ffold-'Watch. Prior to Ws dapartutaiRfor .Tamirort(|| .tfr. A. J. Prentice, solicitor, and late secaw tary of the Maitliuid Joclcoy Club, was » terta/ned by a numhev .Ol.Jatlmato triejiit, and /prese...
Veteran Naturalist. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
Veteran Naturalist. ;Sir Joseph Hooker, the eniinent naturalist, despite the fact that lie is in his ninety fourth year, travelled from his home at Sun ningdnle, Berkshire; recently, and spent vrhat he termed "a delightful afternoon" among the flowers and ornamental shrubs 011 show at tihe Koyal Horticultural Society's Hall, Westminster. Sir Joseph's twenty years' service as direc tor of Kew Gardens terminated as long ago as 1885, but his first important venture in his life work as a natural scientist was made forty-sis years beforo that date, when, as a young man of twenty-two, he sailed in H.M.S. Erebus with Sir James Ross as sur ! g«in and. naturalist in the Antarctic espe j ditioii of 1839. Seated oil a chair amid the flowers recent ly, his rosy face smiling a cheery greeting I to all friends who approached " him, Sir | Joseph looked a picture of good health. The exhibit which pleased him most was the ) Collection of ornamental shrubs, and green house plants (somo of the most be...
THE PRIME MINISTERS RETURN. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
THE PRIME MINISTERS RETURN. MELBOwS'fe. Thursday. The borne-coming of the, ,-JBrime Minister, Mr. Fisher, after iiis toiuvfji South Africa, ivas marked to-day by war/n mamfeatatic* 011. tlio part of personal, anil},political friendi and official representatives/!* Mr. Fisher travelled .from,,, Adelaide with Iiis private secretary, Aind.-jiis New Zealand co-delegate to the SoutJjj ijr^Afric&n Union ceremonies, Mr. 6. FtowldOjiy tlio morninf express. Ho was mot at. SSwjncer-street sta tion by a great gatborin^bjt, public men re presentativo o.f varying '.shades of Federal political thought. The Ministry wa» not represented. '' jT . Anions; thoso who ass,emoted at the rail* way station vero Lord-jKMiard Nevill (!*• presenting tile Govoi-noirfeneral), the Aot inp-Prime Minister (Mi^Hughes), tha Minister for Defence, Miflyitcr for Custonn, Minister for Home Affaii's. ^lie Acting-Tre* suiw (Mr. O. Arrasser),'xjfcjJt>'Speaker of _th» IIouso of Representative^,1;1-and the Briti* ...
MOONBI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
(From our Correspondent.) &nbsp; I am very pleased to note that Moonbi and surrounding district have made great progress within the last twelve months. Mr. &nbsp; Fred Hyson has a new and up-to-date hotel &nbsp; 'and surrounding buildings, with windmill and pump and water laid on all over the place. Then there is Mr. Dave Weaver's big store, billiard-room, and accommodation house attached, and Mr. George Cook is making great &nbsp; improvements in front of his place, so one side of Station-street is beginning to have a very imposing appearance. Mr. George Swain has erected a nice little sawmill plant at "Tanglewood," but I hear he is going to remove it to Moonbi, where the old hotel stood; and make the plant much larger. The mill is very convenient for people locally to &nbsp; get timber when they want it. Mr. Ashford, the contractor for Pyers Bridge, is pushing the work along very well, and hopes &nbsp; to have it finished in a little...
ALL OVER THE STATE. (From Exchanges.) WITH STRAY COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
ALL OVER THE STATE. (From Exchanges.) WITH STRAY COMMENTS. At a municipal function in RandwicU last [ Friday night, Mr. Storey, M.L.A., not only confirmed Mr. Lovien's statement, but set forth some details concerning tlia cow party s aims and ambitions. . It will bo known as "Xlio Democratic Party,'1 and anv member from other parties , in tho Houso may join it, provided lie is an | out-and-out democrat—no half-measure men admitted, nor any' "timo servers 01*^ crusteu Tories masquerading as Liberals. Socialists will bo an anathema. . Hero's a bit of tho party's policyJus tice to 'nil classes, justice 111 legislation ana administration , tolerance in politics and reli gion, no room for bigots of aiiy Kind, out a prudent freedom in everything." Also "The interests of Labor and workers of nil kinds will liavo the same consideration and attention as farmers, settlers, pastoral ists, merchants, bankers, traders, and pro fessional men.'' # « Reported that W. H. Smith, tho pomiUr •lightweig...