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TELEGRAPH MESSENGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

TKUCGltAPI! A! KSSKXGKUS A competitive <>x.uninnt:nji for bov.s l>e tweun the njjes of 11 and 1(> years at tho (Into of examination will bo held at Armi dnjft on 'Saturday, January 7. 15)11 for ap pointment to t!i<> • ositinn of telejjranh mes sengers.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

BEAUTIFUL GIRLS. Most of ijs like to yuzo on a beautiful girl, but why is it there are so many girls that cannot b0 callod.boautiifulP Simply he cause tlioy do not enjoy ijood health! "Sielt lv givls mean unhealthy, pa'liil womesi, not fit to be tlio mothers of the nation. The Ladies' College of Health puts forVard a Homo Treatment that speedily converts , the sickly, ailing girl to a robust and bright state' of health. The treatment is simple and •inexpensive, and has worked. splendid oures^ in thousands of casos. Tliosu who want to know more about jt should send for the College Medical Guide,'which will''bo sent 'freo, provided !2d. is remitted. to cover post ape. Address, Department 'J.', Ladies College of Health. 177 I/iveroool-street, Sydney. \

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARMIDALE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

ARMIDALE CALEDONIAN : SOCIETY. The annual celebrations of the above So ciety took place' at Armidale on Monday last and were a pronounced success. An ofllcial luncheon was held at which Mr. Russell Richardson, president of the So ciety, presided. There wore also present Mr. F. J. Poster, M.P., and Mr. E. Lonsdale. M.L.A. The follo.wing are the results of the different competitions:— Best-dressed Highlander: W. McLean 1, II. Bellamy 2. 3 entries. Best-ilressed Highland Lassie: A. Daw son 1, V. Burton 2. 7 entries. Best-dressed Highland Laddie: C. John son 1. IT. McAvthur 2. <1 entries. Marches.—D. Robertson .1, A. Anderson 2 9 entries. Highland Reel (boys and girls): Annie Dawson 1, C: Johnson 2., M. Kidd 3. 6 en tries. Best Local Piper: R. Hammond 1, 13. Cameron 2. 4 entries. Highland Fling (adults): IT. Bellamy I, IT. Andrews 2. 7 entries. \ Strathspeys and Reels: D. Robertson 1, } ! A. Anderson 2. 3 entries. I Putting Stone: T. Kelly (33ft. 7in.) 1. X. iMott (33ft. oin....

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE POPE CHALLENGE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

THE POPE CHALLENGE CUP. The Cup presented by air. Parke Pope, of Sydney, was finally played for on the Armi dale g.olf links on Mondav. and won by Mr. H. Scott, son of - Dr. C. II. Scott, of Scone. Following are the best cards:— (36 holes.) 1st round 2nd. IT. Scott 100 100 200—32—1(58 S. H. Brady .... 103 03 202—32—170 R. Blaxland .... 96 93 180—10—179 A. .T. Johnston .. 110-lot • 211—30—1SI J. P. Boylson.. .. 98 108 206—IS—1S8 B. G. Lawrance .. 99 92 191— 2 189 W. Cunningham .. 105 212 217—26—191. Dr. C. H. Scott ., 96 102 198— 2—196 'r. L. Docker .. ..' 104 106 210—12—198 Dr. Mummery ... 105 110 .215—12—203 Play was carried on during very boister ous weather. I

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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ANTI-JAPANESE LAWS. TO BE INTRODUCED INTO CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. SACRAMENTO, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

ANTI-JAPANESE LAWS. TO BE INTRODUCED INTO CALIFORNIA s LEGISLATURE, SACKAM.EXTO. Monday. The CnUforniau Legislature," which was convened fur to-day, will bo asked to eno^i laws prohibiting Japanese owning. and icon trolling property in tlio State under long leases. Tho last Legislature endeavoured to pass anti-alien laws, but was Jscouraged;

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Special Cablegrams. BY THE INDEPENDENT CABLE SERVICE LANGFORD AND LANG. TO FIGHT IN LONDON ON FEBRUARY 10. NEW YORK, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

e i i Our Special11 Cablegrams. BY THE INDEPENDENT CABLE SERVICE UN6F0RD AND LANG. TO FIGHT IN LONDON ON FEBRUARY 10. . ^ Monday Afternoon, . vLringford and Laii^ have accented McId* tosh 8 offer of £o0Q0 for a rtiatch in Loudon ou I'cbiuary 10.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

TQ CUKE INDIGESTION, nnd Stomach Troubles it is necessary to take after meals some harmless preparation which will supply tho natural digestive fluids which every weak stomach lacks. A a J the host preparation of .this diameter, is Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabulw, which contain all tho natural di;;«.tuiiU_ which- njrturo" re-, quires for prompt 'digestion. Ono "or tryvo' {talcon after "meals will prevent souring,'- for-! ...mdntation, and acidity, and ensuro complete digestion ami nssimil&tiou, ■ 2s Gd rior tin. Obtainable nt nil stores, a lid Pullman's Phar macy.*

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPIUM SMUGGLING. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

OPIUM SMUGGLING.. SYDN13Y, Tuesday Afternoon. ; cr Prinz Slgismund, was Bent, to gaol for thrc months for smuggling opium,.,

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BURNED TO DEATH. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

burNed to death. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. A !lro last night destroyed a boarding house at Wellington, New Zealand. Twenty lives boardeii) escaped through the windows, but two men perished in the (lames. Their names arc Udward Cromljle and P. Mohan. A Chinese Seaman, belonging to the steam

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. POLITICAL LABOR CONFERENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

GENERAL NEWS. POLITICAL LABOR CONFERENCE. V SYftNRV, Tuesday Afternoon. Country delegate.) to the Political Labor League Conference lmvo hitherto' complain ed of the buKliicsH being, done at night. A big effort is to be made to meet In the day time at the forthcoming conference.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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GOVERNMENT WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

GOVERNMENT WORKS. ' During the week the/following contracts J were signed in the Public Works Depart ment:—Brectlfih of podt and telegraph office at Tingha, Thomas A. Bray, Petersham, £1069; construction of fencing Currurii: bah Bore Water Trust ^District, contract. 8/10-1], Moree District, James Nevlne(„BaSt Moree, £249/4; construction of .culverts over distributing drains, BootoorOO YjBore Water Trust district, cohtract 'S,-lQ^n. Moree district, Thomas Keating, East Mortse, £220. Tenders for the' following new works ire to close on Monday, January ft:—Erection of engine shed at Dungog, first section : North Coast railway, viz.. W<»t Maltland to' Dungog; erectl6n of Drill Hall, Singleton. To cibse on Monday, January Vi:—Construc tion of the ninth section of the North'Coast railway, viz., Olenreagh to South Grafton '■(time extended); additions, alterations, tc„ post office, Gunned t^i (fresti tenders). :

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW YEAR HONORS. NO NEW PEERS. THE AUSTRALIAN LIST. STATE CHIEF JUSTICE KNIGHTED. LONDON, Monday. New Year honors were announced this morning. No new peers were created. The principal honors are as follows:—PRIVY COUNCILLORS (P.C.). Six gentlemen are appointed members of his Majesty's most honorable Privy Council, including:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

NEW YEAR HONORS, > ' NO NEW PEERS. THE AUSTRALIAN LIST. STATE CHIEF JUSTICE KNIGHTED. 1LONDON. Mondav. . New Year honors were announced this morning. No new peers were created. The principal honors are as follows:— PRIVY COUNCILLORS (P.C.). ! Six gentlemen nro appointed members of ; his Majesty's most honorable Privy Coun cil, including: — The Master of Elibank, M.P. (Alexander W. C. 0. Murray), Chief Liberal Whip and Parliamentary Secrotary to the Treasury Mr. \Vm. Abraham. M.P. (Mabon). M. A. Fischer, M.P., South Africa (Min i ister for Lands). BARONETS. . ■ Twelve Bnroncts are^created, including:— Mr. Charlea Wright Maeara (Chairman of , Committee of International Federation of Cotton Spinners). ■ Mr. William Younger, a supporter of con ' sumption sanatorlums. , Dr. Leander Starr Jameson, P.C., M.P., ■ Soutli Africa Sir George Farrar, M.P,, South Africa. Mr. D. P. de.V. Graaf, M.P., South Africa (Minister Public Works). K.C.M.G. ' Thirteen gentlemen are created Knights Command...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] SMELLS TRIUMPHANT FOR 1911. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

CORRESPONDENCE, [We do not noccsvarily omlorae the opinion* of our corrfspondenla.] SMELLS TIiIU.MPHA.YT FOR 1911. To the Rditor. j Sir,—If not tins silliest, certainly one of I the Ira1,; wise decisions arrived at by t-lio local ('ouneil is that, which discontinues tho pro . vision of dust for the oxcrota of night pans. Hwniisc parsons ciid not use the dust as they i.hmihl, then nil and sundry are to 1h> i»n('i:iira<;i'<l tti not use any. I The derision' is too silly to admit of argu | incut, and to oven dream <>t ttiu change being j an inmrovement is out of thp question. | If typhoid and similar "comforts" are dls itributed by stench, thon tho general public of Tamwcrth it re _ in for a lively time of contaR ion, from which the doctors and hospitals alone v.ill benefit. Is the man, or woman, who is too lazy and indifferent noiv to use the dust rlnht i under their nnso likely to >;ive the neediul interest and enefcy necessary to hunt up ash...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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D0NCASTER AND SYDNEY CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

D0NCA8TER AND SYDNEY CUP.*":.'; Onu hundred mid four entrios liovo boon, I received for the Doncnster Handicap. and ' G3 for t ho Sydney On n. TAMWORTH DISTRICT SCHOOL. Seven tenders hnve boon received for al teration:) to tha public, school at Tamworth, which are to bo ronorted unon.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

XTTTANTED.—Vounft Lady Shop Assistant, ' V T some exnenennc^. Rtato _,»2e. Apply, "Willing," "Observer" office. 10 LET.—I!riclt Hmuse. Apply Mrs. Col lier, Church-stro'et, West Tamworthj T GOOD Man Cock wants employment, either with feurveydrs or on station. Good references. ; Apply Mrs. Snedons, Peel street. LOST Brown Mnre, branded R sideways | : over Z n»_iar shoulder. 1 Oj reward on return to J. UJ KEYS. MICHAEL & CO., Great Alteration Sale. Gco»ls must he sold to make way for workmen. Starts FRIDAY NEXT. WANTED.—A respet'ta bio middle-aged woman, as working housekeeper; must he a good cook. References. indispensable. Appiv '£>. J. Collins, Hank of Commerce, Tnmwor',h. IF jkiu require full value and a smart fit— suit, call on 9. Astley, Practical TaiV.r (Hicks' Arcade), Peel-street, Tam wonsb. . MICHAEL & CO.'S Alteration of Pre mises. Sale Drapery of all kinds. Maist bo clcarod to make way for workmen. mo LET.—New cottage, 5 rooms, 121 per "J. week. Ware, Bro...

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TREATMENT OF MR, FISHER IN AFRICA. AN EMPHATIC DENIAL. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

TREATMENT OF MR, FISHER III AFRICA. AN EMPHATIC DENIAL. SYDNEY. Tllflflflnv A fl-arnnnn ■' Mr. Fisher emphatically denies-tho state ment that Jib was treated with unfriendliness ! uy a section of the community in- Snutih [ Africa. As a matter of fact, all sections 1 treated him with tho greatest courtesy, cor diality, and enthusiasm. I _ Tlie railway station at Clifton was broken into, and an' unsuccessful attempt made to force opon the iron safe.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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The Dashwoods. (Chapter II Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

The Dasliwocxls. v' W Steele Raad, author 'of "On'our )Selec . tioil," "Our New Selection," etc., etc.) (ChitiHci' II Continued). i • ."Just what-Alusess. nil' nothing more, an' notlihik loss," replied tbo otlie,", with lirm ,. nesR. . , '-Robert was satisfied lie had licard corrcet ■ !y- .1 .. .. "To h—1 with you." lie (-honied. upsetting ."•lii&'oflHse sloiil by llic excited motion lie "made witli litu hands.' the noise of which „ made- a fitting accompaniment. to his out burst.of-temper. "Would you insult 1110 and my son—an'--an'—1111" in my own ofliee? TVs like your d— chock! And 1 won't, stand \ if, not from* von^Dashv.-rio'i!. nor l'rom any one! -J wouHinU. stand ii from the King of '-.Knglaiul! fly heavens I wouldn't; and I'm '■Jan Englishman, as pood an Englishman : aa was ever born!" He tliumi><;d the table hard with his soft, dabby list. Then, puf fins; and h'AUUering like a whale, Blared at. old .John. "All insults 110 one'." old John roared .back, s...

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BOATING ACCIDENT. MAN'S HEROIC ACT. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

BOATINMCCIDENT, MAN'S HEROIC ACT, SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. rwo men, hdwnrds nnd Moran wero cap siised from a bout, oil' Wnilii lieach. .New Zea land, rile craft sail I; immediately. Kdwards was urifiblo to swim, but his comoumon gavo him two oars which he wat; ablc> to'stunre, und towed linn two and u hall' niil.w to an island, throustli a rough sea and cm reuts. Whenthev mnded -Kdwardfj was in u .semi-conscious state. Moran rubbed him with hot sand, uud he soon recovered.

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MONTHLY WEATHER REPORT. Weather conditions during the month of December, 1910:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

MONTHLY WEATHER REPORT. Weather conditions (luring the month ot December. 1'JLO: — Dili-inn December, foul- rainstorms occur red in Now Sont.li Wiilos, of which the first —ill the beginning of the month—and the third, were by far Hie most general anil beneficial. The former.-.which possessed bolh monsoonal anil Antarctic, character istics,'resulted in a series of thunderstorms with good substantial rains over the great er part or the State. Following,, as it did, on a rather protracted spell of comparative ly dry weather, this storm was most wel come au<l benelic.ial to the pastoral -couii tary. Out. of about 2-10 stations which re port to the weather bureau dally, SO . had amounts in excess of 100 points, of which one was over -ion points, three over 300 points. 10 over 200 points, and GO between 100 1111(1 200 points. With the second storm, the bulk of the rainfall was recorded in northerns parts, where some amounts exceeding 100 points wove received: little or none bei...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

ANXIOUS MOMENTS. 1'• , One of the moat anxiquB times of a mo ther's, life is when her little ones have, 'croup. Thorp is no.other medicine so effec : tive in this.terriblbe malady as Dr.' Sheldon's New Discovery. It can bo. safely .Riven and depended r.i'on. No mother should ever bo without a bottle in the house. 1/0 and 3/. Obtainable at all ' 'm-3, and Pullman's Phar macy.* .

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