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THE PRESS IN TAMWORTH. FROM LITTLE WEEKLY TO BIG DAILY. (By the Bohemian). [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
THE PRESS IN TAMWORTH. FROM LITTLE WEEKLY TO BIG DAILY.; (Br fcbo Bohemian). The advancement of tho "Tamworth Ob #»rvur" to tliu dignity of a tlaily newspaper makes [i litt in;; opportunity lor some obser v^tioiis upon tile i'ross .in its immediate re lationship to Tamworth. lint to do the sub ' t justiro would be, actually, to writo tlio history of Taimvorth for the past half cen tury. Such an undertaking is out of tlio ques tion.' Tlio very simple reason that the num ber of words involved would till a bin book it against it. l'W you can't get a bookful of mutter into even a new daily newspaper, ivhen it is alroady lialf full of advertise rjolits, not to mention other "cony" which, in the words of the genial yet determined oditor, "must no in." However, it • hurried and necessarily con donecd summary of the principal features of 'JVniworth journalism will not bo without in- : torost. • | Tho first paper published in Tamworth was tlio "EXAMINER," a four-pa^o d.d. sheet, which came o...
CHINAMAN ARRESTED ON POISONING CHARGE. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
•chinaman arbe$ted on poisoning charge. „• ir^MBI.B0ORNB,-Satuixlay. An bonvov Chinese cabinet maker, was' ar '.rested to-day on a .charge of attemptim; to I (poison All kew and Hose Liicv vn B05ing AH tliree lived in Kyte's lane, off Little' Bourkcvstrect, and during Ujo woman's ab sent1* red ix>\vder was sprinkled over the food. Ah ICow ovidentiy'thinkiiiK it, was somo now kind of seasoning, ato tho stuff and , was at once seized with illness. He was hurried away to tho hospital, ant! recovered attor treatment. An analysis of the powder showed it to be arsenic, tho Victorian law providing th£t mattcr"S°" " ' ftys c&lt;mlaiti coloring
MONEY TO BURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
moxey to burn. Sydney, probably, was never so obtrusively and aggressively '' prosperous'' as at tho pre sent time. It reminds out* of the halcyon days of tile "land booiu," in tho curly '90s. There is plenty of money, and it is bwug spent. To people who do not look beyond tlhe end1 oi their noses.the general spending ol inong^j Is not only .visible evidence of prosperity, but is also taken ns un indication that every thing is (is if ought tobe, and it is going to continue in this gratifying condition In definitely, only much better. The Labor meji are"triumphantly quoting the Liberal Press against itself. They say: "You told us that the i'libor pbliuy would brinn disaster, and yet veur columns are full of accounts of the prosperity which has followed tho advent of Ijabor to power." This is premature, of eovtrse. The/Labor policy lias noE yet got work. A year or two hence will bo quite , t'mit! cnoni-li ,t&lt;> tall; about its eifocti. Very tew'of >us have yet' seen a ...
THE STATE REVENUE. BIG INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
THE STATE REVENUE. big increase. A Treasury return issued ui Saturday gives a comparison of the rcvmue fox- tho Inst half-year with tho amoiuts received duriiifj tho corresponding periotf of 1!)(J9. Tho" |;rossi receipts under tlij heading of 10 veil lie proper from July 1 lip till Suturday \Vere £3,470,104.. The. 1909 figures were &lt; £3,108,489. After paymont of jinmds (£43, '270 and £47;630 respectively),'tho net re venues wcru i-^lOlO, £8,426,891; 1909, £3, 120,859.' This1'is an'increnso Oor last year, of £306,035. Under'this heading there as:—Common wealth returns, £1,773, 890 &lt;n increase of £114,285, stamris £337,035 (itreaso £52, 969); land revenue, £948,939 (iitrpuso £128, 904); income tax, £83,012 (incrooe £10,809); Increased revenue has also l»«n obtained from licenses, fees, riiiscellr.neas services, rents (exolusivo of land), lines and forfeit ures, pilotage, harbor dues, t'e., Darling Harbor resumptions, water r$its recoipta, mid fees for tho escort ...
EDUCATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
EDUCATION QUESTION. I 'Cardinal Mornn has convened an import 'ant conference to discuss the education question in all Us bearings, and January 17 I has been fixed as the date ot the gathering." I The whole of the bishops of the State.have ( been Invited to confer with the Cardinal, arid there will also be present representa tives of the clergy of the various dioceses of the State, and also duly accredited repre sentatives of the teaching orders of the Ro man Catho"c Church. The conference will be held in the Chap ter-house at St. Mary's Cathedral, and the Cardinal will preside. Although not official ly stated, there are good grounds for be lieving that the attitude of the present La bor. .Government will be discussed, and in some quarters it Is expected that a program me will be drafted for submission to the Government Indicating what the Roman Ca tholic Church requires bf the Minister for Public Instruction. Dr. O'Haran, on being interviewed, was not prepared to discuss the matter,...
WEEKLY NOTES. SYDNEY, December 31. THE AGRICULTURAL IMMIGRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
WEEKLY NOTES. SYDNEY, December 31. ■ THE AGRICULTURAL IMMIGRANT. ,Mr. R. 11. Greig, one of the Scotch Com nnssioners, declares thai the _ Australian States i»ro on tho wrong track in specially inviting agricultunil immigrants. Tlio ugricnu turul laborer of Ureat Britain, iio says, will' not, as a rule, adapt himself to new; condi tions.' lie Would consider it "infra dig" to 1 earu how so handle a team of four horses, and a.dunWa furrow plough, or any other of tiie "new-fangled" machinery which has be-, cyme li '■ necessity in countries of big spaces and deaj- labor, Canada and tho United States, lie points out, nro being developed notbv agricultural laborci'9, but bv men who have left, other callings, or who have had uo uSiior calling at all. They go to new countries determined to Wrest a living from Nature, lliey are not wedded to any particular prac tices, for they know of none. But they are oager to learn every tiling that will enable th'om to.-.achieve their ambition, and they a...
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. INVERELL, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
inter-district news. INVEftELL, Sunday. ' At the last, meeting o£ tlie Inveroll Mu nicipal Council a report from the special' electric lighting committee, recommending the acceptance, as far as the council could legally accept same, of the Australian Gen eral Electric Company's tender for sections A.and D and T.,K. Steanc's tender for: sec tion C of the electric lighting scheme for the town was unanimously adopted, and the tenders dealt with accordingly. The pro ! visional acceptance was rendered necessary by one of the ordinances of the Local Go ' vernmont Act, which forbids a council en tering into any liability covered b- a lc-an ' until a loan rate has been struck-. To avoid : the expense which would be Incurred in Issuing rate notices so near the end of. the ; year the council decided to dofer the strlk ; lng of the rate until January, when all rates i must be struck. Amongst the correspon dence was a letter from the Chief Railway Commissioner, stating that the request .for a m...
OUR TRAWLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
OUR TRAWLER. Mr. W.Moir, of Aberdeen, is au authority on herrings, likewiso on trawlers. He is visit ing Sydney with un eye to business, and liis' opinion was naturally sought as to tlio Com-1 inoUH'uulth trawler, which was launched witiii u great , flourish of trumpets a little while ago. Mr./M^ir is not so favorably impressed asl wewere 'with the capabilities of the no tional 'foiling beat. Cut tilien ha ia.trammel led' by Considerable knowledge of the subjoot, u handicap from which we me free. The iin dea'vour, ho "finds, is tit>t equipped like tbo latest Aberdeen trawlers, of winch croft,, by tW'wayJ tliet'o are 240 afloat. Silo is pro mnmc'ed to be too long and too flat in tbo water, and'to be. minus tlio power which is | required; lUit perhaps the best proof that I something ii wrong is that she has not been sufficiently successful to evoke imitation. Ac eordinn to'.Mr. Moir, Buenos Avres has now' po less than tyveJve trawlers, and the twelfth, | which wius seiit out a shor...
ATTUNGA RACES. Pony races held at Attunga yesterday resulted:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
ATTUNGA RACES. Pony races held at Attunga yesterday resulted: — Half Mile Handicap,—Laura, lOst (Short) 1; Lady Levlna, 8.7, 2; .lenva, 8.n, 3. Other starters: Mystlllion, S.7, Irene 8.0. netting: 6 to -i ou the winner. Won eas ily. n.3 Handicap.—Taffey, 9.0 (Short) 1; Dorrison. 9.0, 2; Tim, S.0, 3. Netting: H to ! on llie \vli&lt;nov. Only tUvee started. Won by four lengths. Half Mile Flutter.—Laura, 10,7 (Shaw) 1;. | Lady Levlna'. S.0, 2; Chlorine, 8.12, 3. Wln ' nor started 3 to 1 on. Other starters: My> stillion, 7.7. > 13.3 : TniTov, 1 •!. D (S)iaw). 1; liomuV, 7.7, '2; Dick,' 8.3, .'I. Only throe stnrtoil. AVon easily by ten lOllRtllB. liridle Race, two furlongs, all heights: Kitty Fallows (Kong), 1; Star, 2; Lady Blue 3. Otlior starters: Mux, Irene, Togo, Con queror, Ravoeon. Winner started even money. ~ , iSopond Bridle, Race: Lady Bhio 1, Priu ,WM 2, Star 3. Irene and IVek also started. Winnor, oven money. ; , 14-Hancls Handicap: I.ihIv T.cvina (8.10) 1, .Teno...
AMUSEMENTS. THE GENUINE JOHNSON-JEFFRIES FIGHT PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
•AMUSEMENTS/ '■ THE- GENUINE JOIINSON-JEI'EIUF.S . i ' J'IGliT l'ICITHHS. Mr. J. T)./Williams, of the Colonial Then- j tr -'Sydney, owner nf the sole Australian j rights of- tuo dohnr-ou and Jeffries pictures, will present- here for one ni^ht only these celebrated pictures direct from the Sfc.duin:, I Sydney, where the attendance averaged •\-U0O per night, including thousands of ladv pat rgns. The Sydney i'rojw were unanimous say ing that these pictures were absolutely a triumph'in biographical art. 'I lie picture is .U(>00 to'et lon^, and takes hours to show. The preliminary scenes are extremely inter shown an bom* be.ore the ftpht. U is inter shown with fhe street?'- crowded by the thou sands of visitors. The great Stadium is shown in course of erection. The Stadium was built in 1M dnvs, at a cost of .C7000, a. record in ' construction. Jeffries is shown in Ins train- ! inn smarter*, receiving the .Governor of the ' Siate, and also all the celebrities of (lie Pres.'). nitd the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
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NEW SOUTH WALES v. TASMANIA HOME TEAM WINS. The match was concluded to-day, Now South Wales winning by an innings and [?]3 runs. Scores:—TASMANIA.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
(NEW SOUTH WALES v.TASMANIA i HOMR'TKAM WINS. '• TCio nir.iteli to coiK'hiHed to-t1ay„ ■ 5\V,v ' South Wiiles vviiniiiiii li.v an innings ami' 1&lt;1;1 rti us. Scores:— ■» TASMANIA.—J'irsfc Innings Ifawisnn, l> Horde Hudson, b Holder KltJnuii, li Scott. . Hnlo. ii Hmdem Pa ton, li »• 10 3 0 ' 0 Harrison, b Scott .. .. .. ..■ i. .. .01 Carroll, b Hordcrn .. .. 5 Martin, st. Harvey, b Hordorn .. .. 0 Payne, b Hordcrn .. .... ..... .... - Pnrkinsbn. «•'Scott, b Hordern ,. 0 Ki-cst. not out ....... 0 Tot.il .. . .... '10 Rowling: Hovdern 7 for 31, Scott 3 for lfl. ' ' TASMANIA.—Second Iniiin^'i. - ' Frost. 1) Hoidera ' .. '11 Martin, b Kotl. 11 HaWsou, c Harvey, b Mlinuott .. .... 0 I'll I lin in. '• Hordcrn, li Dncker 7R Hudson. 1> Il'ndoni .. .. .. SM Hall, I'lln out .. .. .. .. .. .. •' I Paton. st. b Hordorn 2 , Carroll, c Scott, b llordcrn .. .. .. 2'2 Harrison, c Scott, b Pockor .. ..-.. . 1 Pni'K'insnn. ,c McKlhonc, b Hordcrn.. . .• fi Pnyni', not out .. .. .". .. ....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
TO CUKE INDIGESTION. and Stomiwli Troubles it is nepessaiy to take after mwls some harmless preparation which will supply tihe uataral digestive fluids which every weak stomuoli Licks. An J tlio best, preparation of tills character is Dr. Shtjdon's Digestive Tabulus, which contain all the mvtural dijjestants which mvturo re quires for • prompt digestion. One or two tukttii utter menls will nrovent sowing, fer ' mentation, and acidity, and ensure complete digestion and assimilation, 2s (id im>c tin. Obtainnblo at all storoa, and Pullman's Phar macy.* NKM.IA TONIC builds up tli« system, en the blood and strengthening the ncr : yes.*
INTER-DISTRICT CRICKET. TAMWORTH V. MANILLA. VISITORS WIN BY FOUR RUNS. MANILLA, Monday Afternoon. (By Telephone.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
INTER-DISTRICT CRICKET. \ TAMWORTH V. MANILLA. VISITORS WIN" BY FOUR RUNS. MANITjIjA, Monilny Afternoon. (By Telephone.) A team representing tlio Tamworth Cricket Association visited Manilla to-day, andj>layed a game with the local Association representatives. After an oxcitiiij; game, Tamworth won by fojir runs. A feature of the'play was the fielding, particularlv by tho homo team. A. Cohen, of Tamworth, made a brilliant* left-handed catch, in bringing about Coiinellv's dismissal. Trenorry (Tam worth) and Harper (Manilla) both bowled excellently. the former securing five wiekots for 20.. and tho latter oiirht for 23. The visitors wore entertained at luncheon. 11 r. '\V. 1''. Tribe and Mr. ](. M. Colieu, ,two cricket- enthusiasts .from Tamworth, accom panied tile visiting team,' Scores:— TAMWORTH. . i Hyinan, nm out 33 Trenerry, o Brady, b Harper .. ,, .36 Rixon. c Devolin. b Harper .. .. .0 Lcathley, run out .. .. .. .. ... .. 0. Leak. not out .. 19 A.Cohen, b Harper .. .. .... ...
SPRINGBOK BOUNDS AHEAD. FAULKNER SHOWS HIS PROWESS. TRUMPER'S EXPENSIVE MISTAKE. (By wire.) MELBOURNE, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
SPRINGBOK BOUNDS AHEAD. ' paulkner snows his prowess. trumper's expensive mistake. ffiv wiro.) MELBOURNE. Monday Afternoon. iiio Tost match was vohiiphv! in Mel bourne l&lt;Ml;iy. ■ '1 lu-tv was ;v compara tively sinnll attendance of Hie public. Slier well and 7,uleh got. going ami scored free ly, although Sherwell was badly missed by Kellnwny off Cotter, but Inter on Carter dis missed Shenvell by a splendid catch at the wickets-for 24. Faulkner joined Ztilcli, when fifty appear ed' on the board after an hour's batting. Carter missed , Znlcli off Armstrong and Faulkner continued to bat brilliantly, being severe on Cotter, Ills free play was being appreciated by the spectators, 3-1 appeared against his name aftor 25 minuets' baiting. Cotter was taken off. but both batsmen con tinued to play confidently, bringinr. several changes in the bowling. The Held was -well placed, and worked splendidly. The.century was hoisted in S>"i minutes. 55ulch ricked his back and was in great...