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THIS MORN[?]NGIS "DAILY OBSERVER." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
THIS MORNiNG'.S' "DAjLY OBSERVER." This, the firisW 'S!;Uo of the Tumwortli "Daily Observer," comprises l(i pages, arid, in ad dition to the/ latest telegraphic. cable, looal, and genoirfr news,'contains .a budget of in teresting ung-informative veadins that sltauld ]>rovo nccoit'table to our roaders. Editorial cure has I'Jeen taken to . prnvido articles of especial ^interest, to thepuop\o of these dis tricts, i't variety to.suit,all literary taut-en, while ,ms boon preserved in actwd jvncp rf™1 n," »»" to attain a high journulls tio st/>"&lt;lard. The publication of a large com memr,rati?B J®"? ^opportunity of KtlyVliig a WQvd pn behalf of Tamworth, and Mi this object in view a page has been (^voted to tho chronicling of interesting facta &lt; concerning tile town and district. A foaturo of the "Daily Observer" will be a page Soy women, and ill this morning's issuowill bo: found a' largo budget of interesting reading, ' ()ear to the feminine heart, includi...
PIPERS AT TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
PIPERS AT TAMWORTH. ' Suddenly, lust nielli,. I lie si cuius &lt;if Jaiul music came through i'.i,. air. We could not. understand the l apnorti;; tor the mo lnent, tor we know tliiu. there is no Pipe Hand in Tamwoith. Pi'ijliaos some High landers had visiVd ns to ' ^play in" the dii.ily paper, wi> thought. Anyway, wo determined to set, our mind at rest, m> a reporter joined in tho hunt. and followed the Pipers nloiu; Peel-sUet to the Caledonian Hotel. in front of which move nnisu1 sivioto tlu> »"'• Quite ;t )ari;o crowd gathered, and one listener, who must have tender memories of Scotland, became so excited that, ho put- 111)11 kind of a dance in the middle, of a circle of admirers. There were eijjht- Pipers and t.ivo drummers, are. we learned, pari of the Newtown High land Pipe Hand anj came to Tamworlh in in charge of Pipo-Afajor Anderson, They tho 8.10 passenger tra/ii from Sydney, break ing their .jonrnev heiv on thtvr way to Ar midnle. 'i'hev were. to have left...
MR. MARSH LITTLE'S FAREWELL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
MR. MARSH LITTLE'S FAREWELL CONCERT. | Lovers or music- .should not fail to attend tlio farewell concert of the eminent l.vrio bari tone. Mr. Marsh Littjp, ivliirli is to be given in the Central Hall, Tamworth, on .l;nvu;nv yO, 15(11. Mr. .Marsh Ijittle lias fulfilled a long list, of successful engagements during tho past few years, and his beautiful and . rare &lt;|iiality of voice has commanded the attention and won tho praise of som/> of the world's creates! siimei's. Madame Dcilore..-, Amy Sherwin. and Mr. Andrew lilacl; have advised Mr little to go to Kurope—the fot tuor artist has epvessed her desire to us&lt;> her ' influence for him in Loudon. lint last year Charles M. Alexander, t.he American evanj?V', isfc, heard Mr. Lititlo sin^. and at onco of fered to en^a^e him for a tour of the world, asa gospel singer, hut, Mr. Litt2t> was then mulct engagiunent to tho Presbyterian Church of New South Wales ar, so'jist in a mission tour of this Siiafe. lastin...
H. A. BARRACLOUGH, L. O. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
H. A. BARRACLOUGH, L..O. Tho firm tlmt, is so good tliat others try to imitate it, is the linn tli?,c is tlio best to nttiojicT to your eyesight. AVitli H. A. Barrarloutili. T,t&lt;l.. you s;et flic studied work whorein notliiii'.; is left cr> chance. wherein averythiiu; is d»no scientifically. In evorv department of II A. lfcirprloiKrVs business, both in Sydney and Melbourne, the would be imitator tries to cop.- and fails. 'Hie firm standardised lihe optician's science as a practical business in Australia, and always leads the way of advancement in devisinjt new and liettcr means for ;:ivinir comfort and accuracy soprizeci in glosses.
CONSULT MR. S. A. BASSRR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
CONSULT MR. S. A. R.ASSRR. Sir. S. A. Jiasscr, tho. eminont Vienna optician, holds tho very highest certificates secured by actual examination in Vienna, Berlin, Dresden, London and New ,-York. He is also a qualified master of the British Op tical Association. Mr. Basser desires to ^iro the greatest possible number the benefit of liia skilled services and makes no charge whatever for consultations, or for carefully testhiR tho sight. His coming visit to this' town offers a splendid opportunity of haying the eyes properly attended to, and all visual defects corrected. Mr. liasser has devoted much time to the study of the eyes of tho young, and parents should note this fact, and bring tho children to him for examination A .few minutes now may savo groat expense in the future. Mr. Basser is solo agent i'or the "So Easy" rimless glasses—quito the most comfortable it is possible to get. He employs no agents, and may be consulted in' person at the Royal Hotel, Tnmworth, on Tuesday. Decemb...
A COMPANION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
A COMPANION. A lady insetted the following Jn a news- ' paper: "Wanted, companion for a lady a total abstainer; must be clermlv in iier habits, and must know a litt'/j about nurs ing; comfortable home—no salary." A few days later she received l>y rail a basket containing a tabby cat, svvith a ticket round its neck saying: "In reply to your adver tisement I recommend bearer. She is a total abstainer, cleanly in liev habits, and knows a little about nursing, having brought up a large family. She will accept a com fortable home, and requires no salary." I
THE BOT FLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
THE BOT FLY. Mr. K. Kearney, Stock Inspector of the Macleay district, speaking of the hot fly says that an infallible specific against the pest is rape oil and one part of creosol The mixture is to he lightly applied with a brush under the Jaws and chest and also on the front legs. If this is done regularly once a .week, the inspector asserts, no hot ily will come near the animal.
MARKET REPORTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
MARKET REPORTS. SYDNEY. DnJgoty and Co., Ltd.,' report Viom. their London office, on November 25:—The sixth' series of colonial wool stiles for tile current year opened on the 23rd instivnt, .tho eoin monceinent having boon postponcy] 'from the 22nd on account o£ a thick fog. *Thte' cata logues on the opening day n-ere ciainly- com posed of new clip wools frou\;j New SowtU Wales. nnd Queensland, the Vthv "New Zea lands offorcd being chiefly (hM lots of slipe and scoured. There was n large atteudaneo of both . homo and foreign." buyors, and bidr ding wns spirited nnd without hesitation. Ab compared with last spies' closing rates wo .-quote:—Good mcrinoa in fair to good-condi tion, firm j faulty u>ju inferior merinos,; par to.5 per cent, lower; crossbredsj-unchauged. Yesterday the anles continued at the same level, and prices for greasy merino wools of.fino quality arc, if anything, rather deal er than in October. The general reports-of j trade, both here and on the Continent, spea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
FOR FORTY YEARS. I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has heen ! in use nearly forty years, which is time to thoroughly test its qualities and no case of a cold resulting in pneumonia when Cham berlain's Cough Remedy was taken, has ever been reported to the manufacturers which leads us to believe it. to be a certain preventative of that dangerous disease. Sold by all chemists and storekeepers*
Latest News by Telegram. PRESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. TO-DAY'S RACES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
PUMSS TBUOCSUAIMIK! ASSOCIATION. TO-DAY'S RACES. SVUX10Y, Friday. iiiim'tliKlnlc lips: lltu'dlfF, J'liaroK, Fan-oil, Old nine; (fliolmsford Handicap: Prince l.ai'lt, BudiUiist, Max?: CarriiiRloit Stakos: Hoynt Morv, i'Utltch'«sU»v, Ovooikh1; .luvciu Hi! Slakes: Plttitfnin. Uol Sorel. Lady Medal ist: 1'iu'o W'ellur: True Spec, NiuiRar, Sayn don: CriKlloy ll;uidkap: Miss Bobbin, Morel, 1 Aoalyte. or nrackonberpr. 1 "'Rally lUix'l'' tips:—Httrdlo Raoo: Far rell, Hoobali. Guy Hampton. Cht'linsfonl Handicap: Blm> Kobin or Posanne. Prince l-ncl;. Rlcsy. O.arrinston Stakes: MsiUcheH- | liir, Hoyal Jierv, Owocnee. .Tuvonile Stakes:1 Milfoil, Pliuttn.il), StrtiUiio. Pneo Yi'elter: Srvyndon or 'Lad v MnlsU'r. True Spec. Dud- j ley Tiiindif/ap: Flavignv, Blue Goni, Louron or Morei.
WILLOW TREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
WILLOW TREE. Jonn faaunders, a resident of Willow Tree, near Qulrindi, who is on a holiday visit to Newcastle, tripped on the coaming of the arter-hatch of the steamer Namoi during the excursion to Port Stephens, and sus tained a fracture of the right leg. Dr.- Ar nold, senior resident medical officer of the New castle Hospital, who was one of the excursionists, attended to the injured man on board, and on arrival at the wharf order his removal to the hospital, where he was admitted for treatment.
A CURSORY GLANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
A CURSORY GLANCE 1 (By Momuo.) I After tho stress and turmoil of ttlo Parlia I montary sossion, members hturo packcJ their Gladstones and departed with the four-winds, north, south, \>aet, and west. Some weiit up Qucowdiuid way, others tore madly to, ' the ! Blue Mountains, whilo several hurried to Now 1 Zealand. But perhaps the most , interesting; • cxm tingeut journeyed to tlio Itomitikm. Ex ; Premier and Attorney-General Wttdo took the • figurative arm of tho currant. Attoruey-Gen ; exal, Mr. HcJma.i, and trippea lightly ovor ; tho pond in quest of rost.uud ijuiot from fatiguing labors. How marvellous' aro ■ tile ways of politicians! Tho lamb shall lio down with tho lion, and tho angry and VioOent "number" shall gladly trip tho'holiday bow ; era with his mortal Pariiamintary enemy, j And all the world shall learn and wonder ^ why. Something horrible must huhpoli in 1 New Zealand. With the Leiidfer, Ot tlio Op position, the deputy-Leader of. tho Labor Party, and tho militant li...
NUNDLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 31 December 1910
NUNDLE RACES. (From our : Correspondent.) ( The. Christmas meeting of tiio Nundle Joe i key Club oil Boxing Day may tie described as most successful. The weather was beauti ful, if a trifife hot at-times,, and a threatonr ing thunderstorm -spent itself before reaching . the course. , N There w&s a; large influx of visitors from TamWorfch,' .Quiriridi, • aiid Wallabadah, wnd i the throng was brightened by the nresence of. I * goodly admixture of the fair sex. The ro sults of the racing,; which, under the direc i tion of an able and energetic committee,: with Mr. R. McEwitn as secretary, ' went smoothly and without a hitch, are as fol low:—. . ■ •• V . 'Opening Handicap,, 7 furlongs.—Good GirL , Time, lmin; 32 l-5sec. • First Handicap Race, 6 furlongs.—Ketch up. Time,-lmin. 18 't-5$qc.4. . .• •"I Grassoutters' Hiinu'cap,;. 6 furlongs.— Pressure. Time, lmin. 21seo'. Nundle Handicap, one 'mile.—Patravad». Time, lmin. 46sec. Second Handicap, 0,furlongs.—Mona Blue, Time, lmin. 19 ...