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APPOINTMENT OF EX-GERMAN MINISTER. BERLIN, Sunday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

APPOINTMENT :0F EX-GERMAN MINISTER. 'li; BERLIN, Sunday Afternoon. : Ilorr Dernberg, a former colonial secre tary, has been appointed to the directorate of the General Electric Company, VljIiiS,1s tho largest of its kind in the world, . view to his election to the presidentship/'"^

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

i CONSULT MR. S. A. BASSKR. Mr. S. A. Basser, tlm eminent Vienna optician, holds the very highest certificates secured by actual examination in Vienna, Berlin, Dresden, London and New Voile, He is also a <|italifiecl master of the Rriti.sh Op tical Association. Mr. Bnsser desires to give the greatest possible number tile benefit of his skilled services and makes no charge whatever for consultations, or, for carefully testing'the sight. His coming "visit to this town offers a splendid opportunity of bavins the eyes properly attended to, and all visual defects corrected. Mr. Basser has devoted much time to the study of the eyes of the young,' and parents should note this fact, and bring tlio children to liim for examination A few. minutes now may save groat espouse in the future. Mr. Basser is sole agent for the "So Kasy" rimless glosses—quitn (he most comfortable it is possible to get. He employs no agents, and may-be consulted in person at. the Hoval Hotel, Tntnworth, on ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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GREAT BRITAIN AND THE FAR EAST. LONDON, Sunday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

GREAT BRITAIN AND THE FAR EAST." LONDON, Sunday Atterno.on.". ..'. In order to prepare for any emergency,, that may arise in the Far East, the, Admix-, alty has decided tp despatch a number ot j submarine boats to Chinese w.aters.y. TUe, statement is made in view o£ the warlike-, disposition oC a section of the Japanese, press, and which may result in a plash eitiieijc between China and the United ' State?;' or , Great Britain. It is proposed to' increase ■ | the naval forces in the Pacific by the add!-, tion of the most modern vessels, that can be :. I spared'from home waters. ' . . •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

ANXIOUS MOMENTS. lino of I lie most anxious times of a mo tlior'n life is when hur little ones huvo croup. 'Ilicro is no other medicine so effeo tivo- in this tiM'riblbt! imilmly as 'Dr. Kheldosi's Niuv Discovery. Tt fun lie sai'cK- uivcn and depended upon. No mother .should ov-JV l>o uvl.'iout a liottln ill the house. l.Ai arid' Obtainable at ail stores, and Pullman's Pilar* macy.* XRMIA TOXIC enables women to l:oep the system regular and healthy."

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PRINCE BISMACK'S MEMOIRS. LONDON, Sunday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

PRINCE BISMACK'S MEMOIRS. ' LONDON, Sunday Afternoon'/ -: - It is authoritatively stated that there'la a, volume of Prince Bismarck's memoirs stored since his death in the vaults o£ the Bank' of England, which will Remain unpublished during the life time of the Kaiser; and con- ' tain Prince Bismarck's own version of hia': fall from power. . V

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GOONABARABRAN JOCKEY CLUB. The following are the nominations for the Coonabarabran Jockey Club's meeting on the 11th and 12th Inst:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

GOONABARABRAN JOCKEY CLUB. -'flic following are the nominations for the .lioounbnrnbrari Jockey Club's meeting on the 11th and 12th Inst:—, uponing Handled]).—wairaa, i'eraix. Bir IiiiiIbI Personnel, Mazzaret, Tozo, Roseatus, Torlnia, The Arena, Master Flavus, Foxtail, Miss Charge. Lander. Castlereaph Handicap.—Walma, Perdlx, Rendale. Naughty Kate. Roseatus, Tlolpali, Miss Charge, Tozo. Torlnia, Mazzaret, Man tor FlavuH,. Corelaitv Roy Hampton, Gum-, min, Jeaiuma. . Coonubaraliran Uamllcap.Walma,- Perdlx. Romlale, Nuushty Kate, UoKeatus, Roy Hampton, llolpan. The Arena. Miss Charge, Tozo, Torinla. Mazzaret. Master Flavus. .leanana, Corelsie, Gummin, Volunteer.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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THIRTY-ONE LABOR ASPIRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

THIRTY-ONE LABOR ASPIRANTS. No ' fev.-er than SI candidates have boon nominated for £ selection In the Labor Interest to rontrst tlio Batman Eligibility will first have 10 lie tested by the central executive, of the Political Labor Council, and tlie election will take place next Thursday. When the late Mr. Beard was selected to contest the seat nt the last election 13 candidates submitted themsel ves. 'Fresh interest is being taken in this election. The list includes a school tea cher, a grocer, an engineer, a cigar-maker, n clerk, a solicitor, a secretary, a pastry cook. a shop assistant, a baker, a boot maker, a tailor, a newsagent, a halter, a connhlnillder. a stonecutter, a railway em ployee, an M.L.A., a cooper, a traveller, a ceirgyman, and several trade secretaries.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ELUSIVE AND DELUSIVE TROUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

THE ELUSIVE AND DELUSIVE TROUT. Tho fascinating pastime of (rout Ashing has liirivl many away to the shady pools of Ayocilljionk during; ilie holidays. It is reported that larco order.". for paraplien imtiii wore nlaced with Svilnoy houses. to cope willi (ho demand. The report that trout "is biting well," was responsible for the tiiubt of many of our townsmen. loaded with (Ishing roil, tuelclo. anil hail, anil ac companied by their wives ami families, vio lently rushing lo catch the (Hon lnnes train, at fi.30. o'clock. in the morning. for <tie troitt grounds. . Tho nnfr.'ers' lin k was varied, but. ; there is a unanimity of opinion that \\ ooh brook is a delightful place at which to spend ja tla>''s outing.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

OPTICIAN'S VISIT. February 3 is the date of next renulnr monthly visit to Tamworth of - GTRB &. BRTCMAN, LTD.. the woll-knovrn Opticians of 6 Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 0 n.m, to 0 p.m. All sufferers from any eye trouble, failing sight, or headaches, should consult us. One of the principal* personally visitc Tiim worth (Clias. Gibb, Into principal of Charles Gibb and Co., and .T. W. Beenian, late Man acer and Sight Specialist for n. A. Bnrra tflough), who have been visiting this town for some years, are the principals, so clients caD relv on the. most expert TCye service in con sulting us. Next visit: Friday, February 3.

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A SERIOUS ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

A SERIOUS ACCIDENT. j On Sunday last, from information wp ran ccatber, Mr. Bert. Stookbridge mul Miss May I TCosi* Mnliony wore drivimi to Taimvortci in | »' sulky, and wore rowing aloni: tbo old ! stock route, nonr the riflrt ran«j;e, when the reins broke. The boir.s bolted. and both occupants wer.v thrown out, boin,T. vQiiderr<l ".nro»><Hnus. They w*»re oonvrvrd to ibo hospital by somo people Vmn<i in tbo looalitf i wbon it wan found Miss Mnhony \yas suffer ing from severe senli) wounds, and' a broken collar bono, and Mr. Stockbrldpe n broken leg. On inquiry at the hospital yesterday morning, it was found that Miss Mahony still remained in a serious condition, while Mr. Stockbridge was a little better.

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SCARCITY OF ERMINE. WINNIPEG, Sunday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

SCARCITY OF ERMINE. WINNIPEG.'Sunday Afternoon..,. - Pears for the scarcity o£ ermine, for the .,. Coronation have resulted in special induce-.' ment being offered to trappers and fur trad; )ng companies.

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FLYING ROUND THE WORLD. SAN FRANCISCO, Sunday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

FLYING ROUND THE.WORLD. r > SAN FRANCISCO, Sunday Afternoon.■ Captain Baldwin, ft veteran aeronaut, Started from here to aviate In easy stages round the world.. He expects to cover SQ,« OO0' miles. ' He will fly- oVer Hawaiian Is liittds, and thence proceed to Yokohama by Btiilmov, and wni tly thence to Toklo over Julian, thence to Hong Kong, through tho> 'Philippines, buck to Asia, through India, thence to Africa,-Europe, and England, and return to America.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

New South Wales second eleven com-":' meuced a match against a Tasmanlau team . In'Sydney on Saturday. New South Wales batted ilrst, and compiled 406—R. B. Min- ; nett 151, M'Ellione El, Scott no, Docker (not * out) 41, Barbour 34, Makin 30. "] The Victorian juniors defeated the New', South Wales juniors, at Adelaide, by '77,' runs. " , ' ( ' : ilawke and Treloar, Gunnedah^, report:—?.^. Eggs, 8%d, fid, and ild per dozen. , <" . Powlp, 2/7, 3/9, 5/,. and 6/8 jier pair. • V 1 jwino, 1/3 per bottle. /Fruit, 2/6 and 3/per case,' ' V 'ffl

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The Dashwoods. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

Diislnvoods. jity;.Steele -HiKltl^uihor of "On our Solec • i.-'ti-tiOn/' "Our/New Selection," etc., etc.) '■- CHAPTER I. ( Xif. j-(?r bloonun' larks, now!" Will said, :, neUiiiiK (he message l)oy by the neck, "an' ifftn. outer/.this' an' ilo yer work. CUuckin' V 'oiiloiis about!" • '. TiijS -messenger boy snatched up a bunch ■ of -"(fil lers -that required postln.g aim", (led, ^lyt-.vlnisiii, train of giggles" bbhind as he dis appeared: '■ -i * Otfl .Tfjhn.'wlth I a serious expression on < • lily £ace; ...approached' Will. . filiouldn't'let 'n do tliet," ho. said, ■;]!OiiuliiK..jr.«v'it.ho- punctured Prime Minister, jr-iyhei be a shame!'" him!" AVill/answered, In a voice of .cqorn,--,"!. can't stop htm! Cut. if I wan (ho -""1)Oss hbfe 1 would. ' I'd spear him without ■ jvaitiin'. ■ Tint" the ol' man, he's far loo easy, """mister. ■''Tween you and me he ain't lit to -he .over a lieu coop." "WTSo yow .n son o' Mr. Staunton's?" old , John fijlccd, tactfully. "WeJl, an fnr'it...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

'CHAPTER ir. In the heiit. of temper old .Tolm turned on llis heel, and abruptly left the auction room - without reporting liis opinion or impressions of Will to Robert, Staunton. Robert, in his office, sat wailing-the re ' suit of the interview. Ho waited 'till the clock pointed to lunch hour. Then, curious as to t![c cause of (lie prolonged absence of his friend, he opened the door noiselessly, and looked out. There \v,as no sign of John or of the "staff." Robert lifted ilia voice and called: "Will!" There was no answer. He called Henry. There was no Henry about, either. "Will's up to some of llis games, I know," Robert said to himself. "Slipped Dashwood home for dinner, I hot. '?~c.t's where I'll llnd.them," and, turning to a bas"rs that sat under a brass tap in a corner of his U.ttle den, he proceeded to wash his hands. "About live minutes to catch the tram," ..■-.ho murmured, glancing at the clock, when suddenly the door, as though a heavy horse ■ troubled with mange had rubbed...

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JOHNSON WILL FIGHT. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

JOHNSON WILL FIGHT. LONDON, Suntlav. n„^C™Tv°1'"?011, Intimates lil;« willingness'to Morn, ,,"ny pnrt of the-world un , » ^Ic*nlosh fl management provided • he receives £60.01) win. lose, or draw. ' '

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LOOMBERAH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

LOOMBERAH NEWSi ' ' 1' k * ((From a Correspondent.)' The Crops.—As waB anticipated the crops have averaged illjout 2 baps to the acre in this part ot the district. The sample, on the whole, is excellent especially that ot Comeback, which I consider equal to Mani toba for milling pui poses. From reports I have heard Steinv.eidel has been tho host ) yiclder which goes to show tlrnt ev;»ry • wheat farmer won't go fur wrong hy inch r\- \ ing some of this good old reliable vaviexy when sowing. Carelessness.—A matter which should 'he brought under the notice of those persons about to inspect selections, is the manner in which that most dreaded peat of the wheat farmer, black-oats, have been distri buted among the new farms. The man inspecting, as is usual, .carries his horse's feed in a nose bag, mostly containing oaty wheaten chaff, which he either leaves be hind or throws out after his horse has done feeding; thereby distributing the oats. It is mostly iil evidence near water where camp...

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INDUSTRIAL PEACE. CHICAGO, Sunday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

industrial peace; CHICAGO, Sunday Afternoon. Fifty railroads have.raised the wage^«ot employees all round 10 jior cent, to ■pre serve industrial peace. . Many . employer! >ere unasked' for .the benefits.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

G "\T 7" ANTED Young Aran as Groom. Apply VY Dr. Sexton, Royal Hotel. ANTED Housemaid. Apply Empire Hotel, at one. . Iltlj wanted for Hotel. Apply,."'1','' •."Observer"' Office. A COTTAGE To Let. Apply E. H.. j.\ Baird, Peel-street. WANTED, a Good Wheat and Lucerno Farm, or will work on shares. W SNEDDON, Tamworth.. FOUND, Gent.'s Ovorcoat, Guiinedali ; Road. S. R. WALKER. LOST.—Iron cap of axle, on Giinnedn.li. Road. Reward on returning to T. Hobbs, West Tamworth. STRAYED, one Red Bally Bullock, brand ed WMC. Owner can have by paying oxpenses. If not claimed within "fourteen days to be hold. W. Belfield, Duri. ■ FOR. SALE, C Furrow iDisc Plough (Beintia), Harvester, nearly rtev>-, Heavy Horse Dray. S. R. WALKER, Gun nedali Road. r OTART the year well, and purchase your kl diary from E.- H. Baird. The Leading Stationer. U¥ your Cricket Bats and supplies from * K. H. Baird, The Leading Stationer. B AN endless assortment of Glassware and Faiicv Goods always on slinw at E. H. Baird'...

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SEVERE WINTER IN ITALY. TURIN, Sunday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

SEVERE WINTER IN ITALY. riTRiN, Sandfly Afternoon, The severe winter Is causing, many dis asters, including avalanches. A house was everywhelmed near Tende, Marntlme AIds (Italy), and four persons were, killed and two injured. Railway traffic iB interrupted iui the province of Cuneo,

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