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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
In the treatment of affec tions of the skin and scalp, which torture, dis figure, itch, bum, scale and destroy the. hair, as well as for preserving and purifying the com plexion, hands and hair, Cuticura Soap and Cuti cura Ointment are well nigh infallible. . Bold throughout the world. Depots'. Lon don, 27. Charterhouse 6q.; Paris, 5. Rue de la i'aJx; Australia, it. Towns tc Co.. Bydileyr" India. B. K. Paul. Calcutta; China, llonzKpng Drug Co.; Japan, Maruya. Ltd., TokTo: So. Africa. Lennon, Ltd., Cape Town, etc.; U.S.A.. Potter Drug &lt;k Chem. Corp., Solo. PropJ., 135 Columbus Ave., Boston. ^cjr32-page Cuticura Book, post-tree, plvlnff description, treatment and euro of tortur'^tf, dlsQf urlu^ humours of the ukm and scalp. © W. MOFFAT, (Late Hughes Bros.) COACH AND WAGGON BUILDER. Waggons, . Spring Carts. Drays, Waggonettes, and Sulkies. BUILT TO ORDER. LOCAL AGENTS FOR M'CORMICK HARVESTING MACHINERY. '■ • M E A DOWBAN K AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY DfiPOT, TAMV/ORTH. Manufactur...
GOST OF DEFENCE. THE PEOPLE'S RESPONSIBILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
GOST OF DEFENCE. THE PEOPLE'S RESPONSIBILITIES. Tho Minister for Defence, referring to tho speech of Sir John Forrest on naval dofonco, said who I; isher Government adopted tho policv oi uavim; out of tho revonue. as the Ministers beliovcd it hotter t?io peoulo should realise fully what thair responsibilities wore with regard to .defence, and this realisation > would come quick]., when tilio monoy hud to | he tmid directly out of the rovenuts,instead of boin&lt;; conoealed in a loan policy. The in', tention of tho Government was to check j jingoism, and isocure' strict economv without impairing efficiency.
PRODUCE SALES. SUSSEX STREET SALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
PRODUGE SALES, SUSSEX STREET SALES. ^SYDNEY. Tuesday Afternoon. The auction sales hold to-day were largely I mended by Imyers,-including several conn try farmers. Competition was animated. ; Prices for chaff advanced 3/1 per ton, and ! of lHd. per bushel, while other linen main | tnined the high priccs obtained last week. Choice oualitv chafi' sold from -1/ti to 1/9, | prinv? '1/ to l/.'J. ^ood M/f, to 3/7, medium I 2/8 to 3/2. Choice quality lucerne hay. in j small hales. •!/. prime 3/3 to 3/(1, pood 3/, ■ ■H'",f'im 2/ti. fiood oaten hay realised 3/1! ! to 3/9. ftood lucerne chaff 3/9. prime derrick 1 ntr^v.- 2/0. nrime dry yellow maize 2/7 Vi to 2/Si-j, medium chicltwheat 2/fl. Primepo tatoOs sold from .fi/il to 7/. Wheat was maize showed an. improvement
CHARGE OF BIGAMY. MAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
CHARGE OF BIGAMY. MAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. | A well-dressed man. named Alfred Villeins, was brought before I ho liolice court lo-dav and charged with big amy. Annie Wilkins dero=ed that she was married to accured In 1SS0. and the mar riage lmd noi been dissolved. She had not seen him for nine yer.ru. Catherine Calder; a fashionably dressed voting woman, stat ed she met Willtins in 150S, when he told j'her he was a widower, and nroposed mi' , rlage. They were united in the same year. 'She had one child. IS months old. Ac-^ i cused. who reserved his defence, was com-' mitled for trial. IMMIGRANTSFORWEST AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. The German Hi earner. Oneisenaii.1 landed HO immigrants at Kremantle yesterday. This brings the total up to 2000 in three months for Western Australia.
THE CASE OF ANNIE KING. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911
THE CASE OF ANNIE KING. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. i Application was made to-day for reduction of the bail in the case of nr. A. C. Brown less. who was charged with havinr caused ♦ he death of Annie King. Accused's solici tor stated the evidence at the inquest show ed that the on*y charge-which could be preferred against him was one of man slaughter, through negligent trentment. He (the accused) had attended the deceased in his ordlnarv professional capacity. Detective Hrown said the evidence showed that cer , tain inHirier. had been indicted \ipon deceas ed and the solicitor spid the accused was i in no way connected with sthose injuries. The magistrate said he could not go into the question oPreduction of bail, and re manded accused.
SPORTING NOTES. BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911
SPORTING NOTES. BOXING. Arrangements liave been made bv Jimmy Clubby and liny Uronson to leave for England On tlii! 21st instant. They no undor HinU'.H'i to Air. H, I). Mcintosri, and wnl figure in sevoial buttles ut Olympia, London, which tlio Australian promoter has leased lor, some time. H"iti;]> the option of extending bis &lt;;c eupaney of I Ik; largest hall in the largest citv ol tlii) world a good deal lurt.icr. /■ Jlilly Papke and Johnny 'l'ir arwrn purposo going to America from Sydney, and, after its tint; there a week or two, crossing the Atlantic to fulltl engagements already enter ed into with .Mr. Mcintosh. ILiitill , Meliegan met ltay Bronson, the American boxer, to fi^lit for the lightweight championship at the Stadium on Monday night. Bronson seamed weak from over iTuining. Mehegan was superior throughout, and repeatedly had Bronson in difficulties. The latter showed clever ring tactics, and avoided a ling knock-out. iNtehegnn won on points after 'iO r...
HORSERACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911
HORSERACING. Sportsmen generally will be sorry to lenrn of tliu death of the wife of the well-known Kandwlck trainer, Mr. A. W. Barry, which occurred on ,\1 nmhiy. Deceased was journey I ing ir> the Randwnck"races, when she sud I deillv took ill, and had to he taken home. | She died shortly afterwards. I G. Ingersole has secured a lease of the ! two-year-old filly Malster. i It is reported from Orange that Mr-. l'\ : Quinn, a local sr.ortsman, has purchased La Patrie for .&lt;•'■>00." Public foi'Ui was all upset when Nangar ran away witii the Now \ ear's Gift at Tatter nall's meeting at Randwick 011 Monday. He had been hoavilv backed for a race 0)1 Sat j utday, but failed t0 got a place, while in 1 much better company 011 Monday ho eleared | out from his field early, and won with plenty to snare from Irishman ' and Lemon, who proved good horses. The gallop previously | must have done Nar a deal of good, or he is a horse of moods. I A! &lt;;lnnce over tho figure...
WARIALDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911
! WAHIAliDA. Mrs. Ross, of the Commercial Hotel, met with ,1 misfortune Inst week, which went pretty close to destroying one of her eyes. She was picking up a lemonade bottlo when it burst. A piece of the glass hit Mrs. Koss's oya,- ill flic tin,'; a nasty cut. but luckily the sight was not impaired. ])r. Holmes was called in, and lias boon attending to the injury. At the. Anglican Church, "Wariald.t, on Wednesday lust, Miss Grace Maud Rolfe, second daughter of Mr. G. Ho]ft', Warialda, was marriod to Mr. William Henry Geutz, of Inverell. Rev. G. Frewin wmdurJed' the ceremon- 'Hie bride was i v o 11 away 1>\- her father. Miss T>ilv liolfo (sister) was hrkles mnid. and .Mr. W. SnaiK! acted as best mail. Mr. and Mrs. Geutz afterwards left for In : verell. I A special meeting of tho Hospital-* Com mittee was held on Saturday iveelc to deal with the resignation of Matron Maekay, who desired to be relieved of her duties 011 De cember, 30. Tho resignation was accented as tendered. Nu...
INVERELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911
I At Inverell several cases of Importance 1 hi connection vfltli the transfers of Closer Settlement Farms and Settlement Leases came before. the local Land Board during its recent sitting. : 13. L. Stehv applied for permission to ' transfer his Closer Settlement Purchase of 1727V4 acres, iMyall Creek, to Frederick Marshall, the purchase money being £3000. in this case the Board was asked lry the Department of. Lands to answer the follow ing questions: — 1. The manner of Stelir's observance of the conditions of the Settlement Pur chase and the value of the improve ments. 12. The eligibility or otherwise of the proposed transferrence and generally as to the merits of the proposal. The Board to furnish a definite recommendation as to whether in its opinion the application should be granted or not. It is further., recommended, seeing the very large amount of consideration money involved; viz., £3000, that It be a special direction to the District Surveyor to place up-to-date information...
DUNGOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911
DU.NGOG. It is anticipated, if all goes well, that a daily train service will be established botweon T)nngo£ and Maitland by Easter next. It is r.tatol tint a mixed passenger and goods train will probably leave Dini^og and arrive at M/.iitland, so that passengers will br* able to (iiK^b tlie train for Sydney. It will leave ilsiitland 011 tbo return jonrncv upon the arrival of the train which leaves Svdnev at 9 a.m., and arrive in Dnii'^Of about -1.30.
A BOATING ACCIDENT. GALLANT RESCUE. CASINO, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911
A BOATING ACCIDENT. GALLANT RESCUE, CASINO. Wednesday. , A iitiAlly pieme party was crossing tho river in a flut-hnitomcii bn:it, when ono, a ! little girl, caught hold of a tuft of grass on \ the hank, and foil between the bank and the boat.^ Tho inoilier, in endeavoring to ^et ' hor into tho craft fell in the water which is 18 leet deep. Hor son then jumped in to rescue the sister and moiher causing tho » bnal- to capsize, throwing his lather and little K»rJs into the river. Tho family strn^t;led desperately for some time, when thtiir cries attracted* the attention of three younji men, who all jninpt-J in v/ith their clothes on and gallantly rescued all tho members of t|m family.
BLACK MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911
BLACK MOUNTAIN. Potato-pinmtiny; is about finished in this district. Some oi the farmers have largu areas under tubers. Haymaking' operations Ijavo l>o^un, crops ()n an average hein«j fair. The local butter factory, under the able majfa^enieut ol Mr. A. Chalmers, is turning out abont 1A tons of butter per week. Some of UiG suppliers are milking from -10 to 50 cows. f The Guyra Shire election is drawing close. The local ratepayers* committee have, with the con3ont of Mr. L. McKay, withdrawn that gentleman from the contest, and have derided to support Messrs. Chas. Judge* and A. W. Everett as candidates for J1 riding, and Messrs. J. E. Krav and H. White for C riding. 'Hie ratepayers are having » j»onor al mooting in the hall &lt;m the 1-11It instant, jit *J p.m., when Messrs. Ohas. Judge and J. K. Bray will deliver addresses.