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RECORD TRAM TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
vfp RECORD TRAM TRAFFIC. fMi Notwithstanding tho thickness of general traffic- in tlio streets, nhd tldspite the fact tlint tho tramway figures constitute a rcoord, the holiday season tins passed over without h serious tram accident. , On New Year's I3vc> 701,000, passengers woro carried ou'.thb trains, the takings amounting to £4570, Compared with tho. previous New Year's Eva the.w figures show an increase of 71,tX)0 passengers and £635 in receipts. Rurng tho two weeks ending December 31, 0,100,000 people trnveiled on the trams, ns against 7,700,000 Who used the cars in tho same period the .previous year. Tho inereaso in takings amounted to '£8000.;
CORONATION PATTERNS. OFFICIAL MODELS OF ROBES FOR PEERS AND PEERESSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
CORONATION PATTERNS. * OFFICIAL MODELS &F ROBES FOR PEERS AND PEERESSES. One of tlio largest rooms in the now offi ces of tlio'Karl Marshal at'3, Cleveland-row "is set apart for the display of Coronation robes- for Pliers and Peeresses. Those corres pond to what would be called in the Army "sealed patterns." They aro oxactly in ac cordance with the rules'laid down by the Karl Marshal for the ceremony. l?or some time' past this room lias been a haunt of costumiers who have oome to make copies. 'Oiey are. only shown the robes on tlio .direct order, of a Peer or Peeress. Each example is draped ,on a lay figure and all ranks arc yiiiiresoniied. No decision is. yet readied as to the route of the royal procession, but the. special com mittee will reoommend that the exit from tW Mall shall lie tit .Charing Cross. 'fho gen eral oloctiioir lias rofcarded the preparations for tlio Coronation', since several of those appointed byf.his Majesty, to arrange the ye liminaries and make sugg...
GENERAL CABLES. CHICAGO, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
GENERAL CABLES. CHICAGO, Monday Afternoon. Jones, manager for Walgast, seeks tot-ran./-. Carl Morris tor tho ultimate . heavyweight/ boxjDg championship, • . . ■ i. . JjOS' ANGELOS, Monday Afternoon1. \\iUard._ iloseendud shortly . before sey's fatality, and described the atniosj\hQro-; as being ''fnl! oi" boles." His prophecv •■tiftfc*,? Hoxsey would romo to grief was almost ,inv*-'./ mediately verified. ' ; Latham says that in spiral glides,....1 aviator has a dangerously narrow nv in the airbank for support. Hoxooy se to lose it entirely. Other aviators that extreme dizziness accompanies su descent from rarified air. ' . , : Both fatalities emphasise the structural defects tliat whon u machine takes a ver tical dive, elevating planen are useless , restore its equilibrium. Aviators,who made half-hearted atte to fly to-day, were released hv their ma ers from the fulfilmont of contract ob tions. 'Die meeting lias closed. COLORADO, Monday Afternoon.'! Two prospectors wore seriously i...
SECOND TEST MATCH. THIRD DAY'S PLAY. (By wire.) MELBOURNE, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
SECOND TEST MATCH. THIRD DAY'S 1>LAY. (By wire.) MELBOURNE, Tuesday Afternoon. The Test match was 'resumed to-day in beautiful weather, and on an excellent wick et. Faulkner land Snooke, the over night not out men, continued their Innings. Armstrong started bowling, with the log theory, and kept a perfect length. Cotter, at the other end, was at. full speed, and therefore scoring was slow, the tirst live overs only adding three rims to the total. Faulkner then cut Colter benn|'fnlly to the fence, bringing his score within three of the second century. -Snooke also drove tlio fast bowler for four. The latter was then repine od by Kelleway. and shortly after Faulkner reached his double century with three sing les. His score was compiled in live hours, and he was accorded a great ovation fot his masterly performance. The total at I this stage was 37.1. | A\ itli .",!)7 Whittv re»liircd Iv IVwi'.y, who had not given any trouble. Snooke brou^?it tlio fourth .century into view after :if...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
%6mme Controlling a Store of many departments, we are able to handle far more. Cash than the man who simply. Sells Groceries.' ' We can apply it to Buying Groceries, where and when they are Cheapest.' . We are in the swim:—that is, we hear from the dozens of different manufacturers and travellers who call on us of advantages in buying that, if availed of at once, means a big saving to both you and us. Also we are able to handle as Great a Stock as many of the Metropolitan Stores do. ; ' And it doesn't require a very wise head to discern the benefits these advantages mean to our customers. ' • •. Larger variety to select from—no disappointments resulting from goods being " out of stock "—all the latest introductions on the shelves— and moderate prices that the small profits a Big Store expects from cach department makes possible. That's why our Grocery Department is constantly grow ing—why you can save money at th&lt;? Palace of Trade each week on your Groceries. LET US SUPPL...
PORFIRIO DIAZ. THE MAN WHO MADE MEXICO. (London "Daily Mail.") [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
PORFIRIO DIAZ. THE' jfAN WHO'MADE MEXICO. BY MRS. ALEC TWEEDIE, - Aullior of "Seven Times President of i Mexico." (London "Daily Mall.") That General Diaz was tho greatest man ♦.he nineteenth century produced Is a bold issortion—and yet I have no hesitation in liaking it. 7 The statement is ■ especially oold of a century that recognised so many great men. But then Diaz rose from hum ble origin,, and became a dictator, a very Czar and Popo in one, and not only did he attain such a position, but he has kept it. for over thirty years he has governed the country he once roamed as a shoeless boy, and now, as he announced recently in a special cable to "The Daily Mail," he has suppressed yet another revolt and has es tablished his rule yet more firmly. Diaz is a democratic ruler. Without a middle class a successful democracy is im possible, and Diaz, alive to all such facts, set himself the task, during the last ten or fifteen years, of building up a middle class in Mexico. Diaz remains a...
PRESENTATION TO MR. PRENTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
PRESENTATION TO MR. PRENTICE. Tlje trainers ot the Maitland district niet at the M.L.A. Chambers oh Saturday after noon (says the "Mercury) to farewell Mr. A. J. Prentice, to hand him a little memento' of the esteem in which he was held hy them ; as managing secretary of the > Maitland Jockey Club; Mr. W. f.hurlow, of Narrabri, presided, and there was a good muster of trainers, with some owners. The chairman explained that the object of.the meeting was. to formally wish Mr. Prentice good-bye and God-speed on the occasion of his retirement from the club to take up the practice of his profession at Tnmworili. Personally, he had always found Mr. Prentice a good, Btraight man, who carried out the duties of his office fear lessly and without favor. They regretted that he was severing his connection with the club, Jaut wished him every success in bis new venture;. Mr. Thos. i Judge, on behalf of the train ers, had much pleasure In handing Mr. Prentice a gold-mounted umbrella as an embl...
UNIVERSAL MILITARY TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
. UNIVERSAL MILITARY TRAINING. The following notice is posted at every jios'winicp in the State:—Commonwealth oC AlistrnHn; universal obligation in raspect to navii! and military training. Under section H2 of the Defence Act, all malq inhabitants of Australia who have resided therein for six months, and who, during the year ending 31st December, 19U, will reach the age of 14. lf>, 16. or 17 years, are required to register themselves during the month of January of the year 1911: and under the regulations, parents, guardians, and other rarsons acting "in loco parentis" 0? those pe.sons liable to be registered are j required to register such percons. . F^tlure to register involves a penalty not ; exceeding £10. ■^orms of registration may be obtained at all r-3st-ofliccs, or from ;he area officer of any training area.
STRAY GOATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
STRAY GOATS. .\ certain cr.rstnkr-r, rodent not- n thou sand ^ wiles from ramworth, .vas nuthwtecd hv his; trustor to nSix notico^ nt» the o» io iho rurk' of which lie* was in chunio/ I'elativ^ to s'r.H- which h.nd J;L»*?hni/v an awful *jir»ano^ and ir.nn wh'^h nmr.nr.v ycjvi&lt;»njM-> was abfMit. to h-» don It. next d:iv tlio following lahoriruslv writ '?'y^t^y?rpeanx! talced' on to i» l>oard:— "XctK" AI] |;orRi««-s »,ho:r rcotcs to Rfcrriy'fii. this r.*i.rk will l»nvo th&lt;vr throtof cut. By ojv|r;;;( *IVu?tees. It in tt> ho lioreri- no ruoh drdm: will ho j;ivcn with regard to Tnm jvortli , goats, . .
BENDEMEER ANNUAL RACES. MOST SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
BENDEMEER ANNUAL RACES. MOST ■ SUCCESSFUL MEETIXG. I The ^ala'day in Bendenioer is undoubtedly tho date on wliic.1i vtilip annual races oveiitn ato. The meeting held 011 Monday last w.ih 110 exception to tho rule, and- can probablv lie classed as tho most successful yet hold. Tho weather was delightful, and Bondeinoer's salubrious climate was much appreciated In the -largo number of visitors present. All iM-rancements wore very complete, and re flected the s'.i'catest credit on tlio committee. Tlio officials !'m>i;iri.si\i :— President: Mr. S. B. McGinty: vlce-prs-si dents: Messrs. W. P. O'Toole and ,f. T. Osborne; lion, treasurer: Mr. S. B. Mc Ginty; committee: Messrs. P. T. Blair, II. 11. P. Smith, A. W. Osborne, W. P. O'Toole, ,.T. T. Dixon, jun., A. Smith, and P. M. Dixon; hon. secretary: G. VV. Fitzgerald; judges: Messrs. S. B. McGinty, and P. O. Murray; starter: Mr. W. sr. Campbell; handicappor:. Mr. C. Mitchell (Maitland); clerk of scales: Mr. -T. T. Osborne; clerk of cour...
BIG COAL CLAIM. WASHINGTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
BIG GOAL CLAIM, washington; monday.' - Messrs. Clifford and Jasuph Piiicliot t>re , urging President Taft to cancel immediately ' tho Cunningham coal claims in Alaskiir.' valued at live million pounds, on thfe'grdunds" that if the President allows them to go on,!", tho patent advantages in development will' . HQ straight, into the pockets of Morgan arid' Guggenheim. SAN FRANCISCO, Monday Afternoon. 1 ! ' A campaign to raise funds to accomplish,'. the overthrow of tho old Manehu dynasty of ," China has been inaugurated by members'. $ the Young China Party. , . '".IV:
INSTRUCTION IN SHEEP AND WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
INSTRUCTION IN SHEEP AND WOOL. Tho Minister of Public Instruction lias sanction,:! t)ic cmytovment of qualified in structors to visit tho different shec^ districts of the State and jrive instructions in sheep nnd wool. With this objoct in viow. the State has boon divided into fivo sheen areas, and tho Public? SerriVo JJonrd nre now considering the appointment of men suitable for the ivjsi tinn. TJv» ir.en sel&lt;*"ted for this work w:Il ho fully qualified to impart instruction in Brit ish and Merino breeds of sheop. Thov will ho exporionced in selecting sh«?n for breeding: purposes, nnd in chimin;; wool. 'Hie instruc tion will bo imparted by moans r«f lectmea, illustrated hv lantern views, and bv Kpecially prepared dii frrmn. and hv practical demon strat'Oft,, in sltonrin;: 'dtods, with the permis sion of tho owners, or in the bui1d;n«is of tho pastoral and" n«jrionltural :>s?/vi;itions. \vho&lt;^ eo-oporntion nnd oonst»nt will bo f/wiPft. To carry out the pro.ior...
CHURCH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
CHURCH NEWS. Next Sunday morning Mr. Thomas Pago will be ordained to the eldership of the church, sir. Clarence Page Will assist at the service, and will alto preach at Ne mingha in the afternoon at 3 oclock. The Hev. .lames Cosh will j.reacli at both rcr vices at Tamworth. his subjects being, in the morning, "Forbearing one another," in the evening,- "A screw loose." Mr. Cosh ■wi'.l also .preach at Mconbl at " o'clock.