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FIGHT WITH SUSPECTED ANARCHISTS. SEQUAL TO HOUNDSDITCH TRAGEDY. SENSATIONAL INCIDENTS. 1000 ARMED MEN ATTACK BUILDING. LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

FIGHT WITH SUSPECTED AMDHiSTS. SEQUAL TO HOUNDSDiTCH TRAGEDY, SENSATIONAL INCIDENTS. 1000 AIMED MEN ATTACK BUILDING. LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon. Additional particulars cf the anarchist tiajjedy show I.1-]:lt l'our firemen were injured by lulling wails, and it is re|:orted two were saiit belore the building collapsed. Several arrests were made in tlio neigli ; bourliood. On Monday night the police ut | tempted to arrest a woman in Uidnev-street, , Commercial-road, lui>:L, and were tu'txl upon. I The police arranged to surround n build ing, and attempted a raid at. daylight, hoj> i"- the iugiii\t*s would then be sleeping, ! but tt.iey failed to capture them. Tile police, j however, drove tlio mgitives to the attics. | .Meanwhile other police in the back pre I mises had placed ladders in tlio yard adjoin ing a brewery, and attempted to scale the wall. A fusilade Irom magazine pistols swept the yard, and compelled the police to retreat. Detective Leeson, who v/as placed on one of t...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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A NEW STAR. CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETS, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

A NEW STAR. CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETS, .Tuesday Evening. Professor Pickering lias observed photo graphically, and visually a new star in the seventh magnitude, but it has lost its' strength'in tho constellation of Lacerete, discovered by the Rev. Eslin Walslngham, of England.

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AVIATION CARNIVAL RADLEY'S NARROW ESCAPE. LOS ANGELES, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

RADLEY'S NARROW ESCAPE, LOS ANOELI3S, Tuesday Eveninc. James Radley, the English aviator, made n Una! flight to-day, and narrowly escaped an accident. Ascending In a perfect calm ho encountered severe Busts in the upper strata, and his machine wobbled alarming ly, but he recovered control- and descended Immediately. i

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LIABILITIES OF NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

LIABILITIES Or NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDXKY, \Voi3!iesda.v NigJit. The Npiv South Wales Treasury hare re mi tml £500,000 to London to meet require; nients in comiertfon with the repayment of loans and interest, etc., and to orovide for treasury bills fallig due shortly.

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GENERAL NEWS. AUSTRALIAN REPRESENTATIVES, AT THE IMPERIAL CONFERENCE. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

AUSTRALIAN REPRESENTATIVES. AT THE IMP2HIAL CONFERENCE. _ S\?5NEY, Wednesday Night. I Tlio New Scmldi Wales 'J reasurv lias re ' Australia shali be represented at the Imperial Conference Uv Messrs. Fisher, iiatchelor, an(l Fearso.

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PRODUCE SALES. SUSSEX STREET SALES. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

PRODUCE SALES. I sussex street sales. SYDNEY, Wednesday. A moderate supply o various produce was submitted for aunt ion before .1 large atten dance of buyers at the Sydney railway goods shed this morning. Competition was animated, anil prices realised for all com modities weve tinner. Chaff advanced 3/4, lucerne hay 3/4, lucerne chaff 3/4, and po tatoes 7/fi per ion. while maize showed an Improvement, nf halfpenny and.wheat 2d. per bushel. Choice quality chaff moved pIT from 4/(1 10 4/10, prime 4/ to 4/4, good 3/8 to 3/10, medium 3/3. -Choice quality lucerne hay, in small bale;!, sold from 4/ to 4/1. prime 3/3, sood 2/1. choice largo bales 3/6. prime .1/2, medium 2/'.',. Choice lucerne chaH \va9 disponed at 4/1!. prime 3/U, prime dry yellow maize 2/8 to 3/8 Ms prime chlckwlioaf 3/7'-i to S/S'.i, medium 3/. Choice table potatoes realised from 7/2 to 7/R, prime B/fl. Wheat went under the hammer at from 3/3 U' to 3/SV-, barley 2/0 to 2/10. Local' Sales.—Lucerne hay, 12 bales 3/6. 21 ba...

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UNRELIABLE INDIAN STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

UNRELI A RLE INDIAN STATISTICS. mere is no Government in tno worm which revels more in" statistics than the Government of India. Yet in many respects the figures are wholly unreliable owing to the nature of the agency that has to be em ployed in collecting tliem. -"Englisnman, of this windowB in TCUzaboth-street, whlcj opens into u pasuage-wny .loading to the otllco of tho manager, Mr. C. II. Hughes. In this attempt, tho men were successful. Onccf Inside, lliey forced open the tills am) sundry drawers, and, getting nothing, at tacked the door of the strongroom with dy namite, Inserting two charges in the key hole. This had ilie effect of blowing off the fastenings, wlillo r.iie lock withstood the shoe!;, 'l'lio robbers were evidently alarm ed lit the noise, and hurriedly made their way to the street and-escaped. About 20 minutes to 4 o'clock a charwo man who cleans the company'!; oillces made i her way to the building to perform her work, and found the interior full of smoke. This l...

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ATHLETIC EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

ATHLKTIO 15 VENTS. 220 YATtDK TIAX1HOAP. Prim*. C4. £2, and £1.—.7. Shnkespenre, 15yds.( T; .R. H. Campbell, -1yds, 2; II. R. Thompson. 10yds, 3. All ensv will hv two vnrds. Tinio, 23sec. ; ON" I1', Mil,10 CT A MPT ON SHIP OF AUS- ; TRAT.TA—llccmlt: J. V. Fitz^olnld, 1; B. A. McCabo. 2: lift) TTonninp;, i). Won by; iiiilf a" Inn. Tinif, Imin. 52soc. j

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Our Special Cablegrams. WRECK OF THE STEAMER AXIM. LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

Oiii* Special Cablegrams. BY TUB INDEPENIJKNT CAI3LB SERVICE ! WRECK OF THE STEAMER AM LONDON", Tuesday Afternoon. Wreckage ivhicli lias been picked up in tlio Hay of v Icavci no doubt of the fata ! of ilio lii iiish stcnnif:!' Axim, which loft Lon don on rjccinnlior si, for West Africnii porta, - with a crow of 30 British and German sail ! ors, ami •! passenger?. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

ECZEMA FOR TEN YEARS. Head Covered with a Terrible Itching Disease. Zam-Buk .Triumphs In a .Wonderful Manner, j Mrs. E. w. Goodman, of 279 Fitzgerald- ! street,, I-'erth. W.A., say a:—"For ten years I was tortured by a violent form of scalp eczema. This was first caused by chemicals which I used for Improving the hair. This stuff set up irritation which developed Into a- form of daudruff and the itching was so bad that I could not keep my hands -off. ! More complications set In, and my scalp got very sore and broke out into a state of dry eczema. This (jisease spread in patches to , different places and the Irritation', was so | bad as to give a snsation as if the whole j of the scalp was shifting. 1 could not get any sleep at night, .for the way I would tear ; at my head. I suffered something terrible, j and could not get any'sleep whatever. This \ disease so worried me that I could' not eat : and became seriously run-down in health, i "During these years I tried everything I j cou...

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DARING BURGLARY. CLOSE TO A POLICE STATION. HOBART, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

OARING BURGLARY. CLOSE TO A POLICE STATION. IIORART. Tuesday. The ofllces of the Unlijn Steamship Com pany In Morrison and Rllzabetli streets were the scene of a sensational burglary between 2 and 3 o'clock this morning. It is assum ed that at least two men were concerned In the burglary, which vvas of a very daring ^nature, committed as it was within a stone's throw of the Water Police Station. The movements of t\° police evidently had been well studied, and itoubtless watched by con federates. v Judging from the marks on the windows of the olllce and door at the side entrance in Morrison-street, the burglars must have spent some time before they effcted an en trance into the building, and evidently made at least three attempts. They first of all endeavored to prize upon <.he small door in the centre of the main one in Morriaon street,. Baffled iu thla -attempt, they next apparently tried their hand on the window next, the door, which opens into the store. On this window...

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NEW SOUTH WALES WEATHER REVIEW YEAR 1910. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

NEW SOUTH WALES WEATHER REVIEW YEAR 1910. The rainfall experienced in New South Wales during the year 1010 lias been very favorable generally. Practically the whole of the "wheat belt" had totals which either exceeded the average or approached it very* closely, and where deficiencies occurred, • they were unimportant. Along, the Bogan River «ud on the western and south-western border districts, the quantities were also of a highly satisfactory character, being gen erally in excess. On the coast, too, altho ugh the ^year's figures did not, over large stretches of country, reach the normal, yet the disparities were so insignificant ai to | be almost negligible. The portions with rainfall in excess, comprised the northern half'of North Coast, the greater part of the metropolitan and catchment areas, and cen tral districts of the South Coast. The largest total recorded for the 12 months in the State was 8S42 points ' at Byron Bay, which is 944 points above the average. Next in order of ...

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THE CZARINA. STILL FAILING IN HEALTH. ST. PETERSBURGH, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

THE CZARINA. STILL FAILING IN HEALTH. ST. PETERSBUIltiH, Tuesday Afternoon. j I ho Lzarimi Juts rccoiyed no permanent iMfiii'lit. from lii-r luiitr sojourn in Germany, ami is bocomiiii; u hopeless invalid. 'ilie nyersliiulowinK dread of her, infant s0n lioing liillcd or taken from her amounts to an ob session.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

OPTICIAN'S VISIT. February 3 is the date of next regular monthly visit to Tamworth of GIBB & BEEMAN, LTD.. the woll-known Opticians of 6 Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting roomsCaledonian Hntel. Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. All sufferers from any eye trouble, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. One of the principals personally visits Tam worth (Chas. Gibb, late principal of Charles Gibb and'Co., and J. W. Beeman, late .Man ager and Sight Specialist for H. A. Barra olougb), who have been visiting this tflwn for some years, are the principals, bo clients can rely on the most extort Eye service in con sulting us. Next visit: Friday, February 3. CJMAUT Junior 'Wanted I'or the Drapery O Section. The State Stores, Ltd. SMART Girl wanted for Cash Desk. The Sbate Stores, Ltd. rpO LET,—Three-roomed Cottage. Apply, .L' J. Keen, Marms-street. "17>OXIN13, Gent.'s Ovoixxint, Guunedah .E?, Hoad. S. li. WALKER. MILKER Wan tod, good wages to good man. A, Stokes, Farm 13, Tamwortlh, ...

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RUSSIAN STUDENT DEMONSTRATION. SERIOUS CHARGE IN THE DUMA. ST. PETERSBURGH, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

RUSSIAN STUDENT DEMONSTRA TION." . SERIOUS CHARGE IN THE DUMA. ST. PBTEKSriURGH, Tuesday Afternoon. Ill tliu courst; of an exciting debate in tlieDmna, member fiohulyen, a Nationalist, derlaii:,] tli.it tile Odesihdent disorders were inspired hy the Constitutionalists ami Socialist. parties' nctim; in sympathy with | tin* Kimtish Club, and ho cjnchuled liv savini; tliat every revolution in llus-.in wns a pas.; <iver of J elvish corpses, for .lews are on the side el least resistance mid infuriated mobs would not spare them. The Nationalists re jected a motion dcnutndiiitf itiKMpeilation in j connection with the disorders.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

WANTED by young Lady, poaitioii aa Help, in private family, fond, of child ren, good ■ lieocllowoman. Apply thirf wock. Elsie. Post Office. u,i7"ANTED Man, pioligh 50 aoros old I y ' Kr<>und. 5/ per aero. For further par ticulars, apply G~. T. Byrne, Infcormiiioual Depot. REWARD.—Lost from Attunga, ono Bay filly, branded 55, naa-r ahouldor. Toil shilling.; reward for information, or £1 on delivery to S. J. Oarey, Attungn. POR SALE, G Furrow Disc Plough , (Benitiu), Harvester, nearly new, Hoavy Horse Dray. S. It. WALK lilt, Gun- I nodah Rosd. T4/JTICHAEL ifc CO.'S Altorr.tion of Pro j-Tj_ mises. • Salo Drapery of-all kinds. , Must be cleared to make way, for workmen. TO LET.—New oottage, G rooms, 121 per week. Waro, Broughton and Co., Agents, OOMERTON.—300 acres, freehold, firsts kJ class wheat country. -25 per acre. Easy terms. AVare, Broughton and Co., Agonts. C1LOSER SETTLEMENT FARM.—215 ' acres, river frontage. £280, quick (20) ^'are» UiougUton and Co., Agents. NEW ...

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The Dashwoods. (By Steele Rudd, author of "On our Selection," "Our New Selection," etc., etc.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

>. The Da«sli woods. "CHi. I wattled 10 asU you. llrnry. if l>y :tuy chance yon liappi .nod n> say anything i (fi jVfr. Dnslnvood when ho was ni this morn -m'!; '.'lilt annoyed him. though 1 don't lliinK ! did, did j on?" . ; liuvy u> pieces., > ... ft wasn't me, sir!" lie blubbered, "it—it. was Will!" then lie opened his nlouth and buwtcd as though lie were being tortured v. sLli hot coals uml molten lend. Robert sprang from his chair. It was Will. was it?" lie repeated. '•"V-y-ycs!" howled lienry. . "Now, don't bo afraid, I'm not going to • . gay anything lo yon, Henry; just be quiet | and tell me what you 1'tiow a Unit it." ' "He—he" (sob) "lie" (anothersob) "lie—• , lie" I several sobs* "threw—threw" (some more sobs) "a onibn at—ai— him." "Who? At Mr. Uashwood'.* Will did?" H<V ' bert gasped. "i:v huavens!" "V-v yes. ft'-!" moaned Henry. "Thut's it, is i(! Tii' il—young liat'!'.' The outraged parent tiit his lip."l see it all now! , Th' confounded young...

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AMERICAN WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

AMERICAN WOMEN .. _ , .... .<jiWsV'\ The strange statement is made on . bhe n'mhorhy 01 nvd eminent proiessors of art and i£Y!iiii;:si'i<*.s that unless giuj radically i-linii-i's her habit* uhe Americanf woman in :i few ye.:u\s will he iuilisti n;uishable as re gards her limine Irom a man. According to Dr. Dudley Alien Sargent,' director <>1 livmnasties al Harvard l>niver •sily, the physique of American womanhood has undergone a singular change in, the last * twenty years, mainlv ax the result of exees 1 sivr indulgence in athletics. Dr." Sargent bus ! in 11i;s stndv a composite statue modelled in accordance \vit-h tlu- actual measurements of ir.ni"> than UMHHl women before the s year 18U0. 'V.incp tho statue wan completed, ho savs, the American woman's physique has been re volutionised until it now appiftxiniutes that of the num. tier feet and hands have become hi! get"/ht_-r hips smaller, hev* shoulders broad er, and her neeL thicker. Dh ...

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£6,600 TAPESTRY "FIND" IN A CORNISH COUNTRY HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

—- I £6.600 TAPESTRY "FIND" IX A CORNISH COUXTTiV ' JIOU!>I5, Two pieces of ancient tapestry Were recent ly discovered at <Lungfnr(l Hi)!, a'Jacobean house «i»sir Hude, Cornwall, and were sold lor .CO(iO(>. The principal jiiece. measuring 33ft 4jji by l.'M't Hiu, * was one of u s*t- ol panels of hfteehth-centnry Arras tapestry, e/iginally bplun^iu.u; too Cardinal WoUey ftiul represent ing the seven deadly sins. Three oth^r oi the panels now hunting at Tinmptnn Court Palace. 'I hi? second piece of tapestry was part of a frieze, It it by 2ft. 4in. originally jr.iide for Hampton Court Palace. Small pieces of the iriose still hang thero in the Great Hall. Tho tapestry was found packed awav i» a box at Lan^ford JI ill. The house belongs to two maiden ladies, who were nnawaro that their roof was harboring sueli treasures. It was stated in the s:ile vroom vesterday that some years ago the panel, packed in a bos and described as a carpet, was sold at auc tion 16r .Cl.'lO. •...

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A GANGER KILLED. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

A GANGER KILLED. SYDNEY. WotlllPttlnV X'Jrrlif. A railway gancer, Patrick Klanajjnn, v/as run down hy a train mul billed near W0y "NVov. His companion, a man named Cools, tvas also badly injured, and is in £ critical condition;

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