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ALLEGED ATTEMPT TO POISON. MELBOURNE, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

ALLEGED ATTEMPT TO POISON. iUELhOITHXH. Wednesday Niclit. Alt flow was charged to-d;iv with attempt ,J,£ J)n'*on Ah Kew oiid Hose Lncy on jJoxing Day. The ovidonoo'showed 'that col ored powder was scattered in sugar and'tea. The Government analyst said the powder was arsonie. Accused was remanded.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMERICAN IRRIGATIONS. MAY VISIT AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

AMERICAN IRRIGATIONS, MAY VISIT AUSTRALIA, S\DNEY. Wednesday Nicht. Ml'-. C'nrmichael, Honorary Minister, dur liis visit to Adelaido, discussed with South | Australian Ministers liis project for bringing u number of American irrigation i'armcru upon a visit to Australia so that they mayMo , tile potentialities of this country "from" tho j practical irrigationists' point' of view. Tho idea is that a steamer shall he chartered to bring visitor-; across ■ the l'acific at a verv ! low rats, paying their own fares on a niucii j reduced scale. It is also proposed on arri val they should ba irivon free trips to vari- ; oils States. It is intended to urge the Prime j Minister, Mr. Fisher, to back up the project-.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BITTEN BY A SNAKE. PROMPT ACTION BY A LAD OF TEN. WALCHA, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

BITTEN BY A SNAKE. PROMPT ACTION BY A LAD OF TEN, ATX'HA, AVednesdftr Nichfc. some excitement ooouri'L-tl at IWgen-or> /oom this afternoon. It- was reported Hint a little bov named PotLs, who war. staving at tlu< station; was bitten l>y a snake. 'Lit tle Alex. Bortlmicli, 10 venrs of ape, tied ligatures and sueked the womul. When Dr. Stophf-iif arrived he found tile little suf ferer out of danger.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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THE WAGGA CASE. INQUIRY INTO THE CONVICTION OF BROWN. SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

THE WAGGA CASE. INQUIRY INTO THE CONVIgflON OF BROWN, ' SYDXEY. Woduesdav Aff Au Inquiry was'opened to-any in connec tion with the case of Thomas Hrown, v.'lio wus convicted mid sentenced to death at AVagga for u capital offence on a voting wo man . nainod W ilmotj and subsequently re prieved. •John J.ynrli. an hotel-keeper at Forbes, de posed that Miss-Wilmot, when she first came to Ins hotel, attempted to take liberties with him. Ho ordered her away, and subsequently lie saw such goings on between her and the men that he told his* wife to not- rid oT her. He had seen Jliss Wilmot leaving the parlor with men., ,• John JLortun, another iiotel-keeper, de- ' posed that Miss Wilniot was in his employ. ; She was a very fast vounij; girl, and he had to (jive lier notice for tcllini; ynrns. Ho had told the police she was a dreadful liar, and i fond of men. j Constable Garner said lie had madt. inquir- I ies about the j;irl around Forbes; and found j her character was bad. Nob one person s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NORTHERN TERRITORY. POSITION OF ADMINISTRATOR. SYDNEY, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

NORTHERN TERRITORY. POSITION OF ADMINISTRATOR. S SYDNEY. Wednesday NJnrlifc. . Tho Federal Cabinet, have decided to coll for applications "for the position 0f adminis trator of the Northern Territory, 'l'ho sal ary hns'fcson fixed at £1500 per year.

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65,000,000 GERMANS. "POSERS" OF THE CENSUS PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

.65,000,000 GERMANS. ! "P0S15RS" OF THE CENSUS PAPERS. Millions of Germans spent Wednesday, No vember 3(1, trying to penetrate the mysteries of tlie intricate lornis which were to bo col lected in every village, hamlet, and city of the Kmpire the next day for tho purposes of the quinquennial national census. When the returns are all in Germany expects to find its population lias grown to 05,000,001) •souls. There were 01,720,o20 at the end iff 1!I07, and the annual increase of 880,000 maintained up to that time, is believed to have been more'than kept. up. These are some of tlu* terrifying questions with whieli tin* census authorities have con founded the Kaiser's subjects:— If you do not l;uow the date of your 1 birth, lioiv many years old are you ? What, is your main occupation in life? Was your mother-tongue German, Dutch, l'Yiesiun, Danish, Walloniaii, Pol ish. .Massuri'.in, Cassiibian, Weiidish, Czech, or ljiihuauian ? ff you are not German, do you command the German language? ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

• LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. It wo were able to live just right all the time there would he little need for medi cine, less need Tor doctors. Hut some little thing is constantly coming along to .put us out o£ balance—exposure, change of diet or drinking water, irregular meals are little things that will at. times upset, the best of us. Nothing particular the matter, hut don't< feel good. At such times the wise among us will take a few doses of Cham berlain's Tablets with certain knowledge that (hey .will put us right right away. Sold by all chemists and storekeepers.* i ®We want you to ■ TRY Silver ^ Star Starch. * We want you to BUY Silver Star Starch. All Grocers sell' it. If you ONCE try it you will ALWAYS buy it. tlH Grow We are talking about AyevV, Hair Vigor. Just note t hat word 4 "Ayer's," You are perfectly safe with it. No harm to you or to- your hair. Makes the hair grow? It certainly docs. Stops falling hair, top. Remember, it's "Ayer's" we are talking about. Ask yo...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 5 January 1911

IN MEMORIAM. BUSHELL.—In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Thos. R. T. Bussell,     who met his death January 5, 1910. A sudden change, at God's command he fell; He had not time to say farewell;   The summons came without a warnig given, That, bade him haste to meet his God in   heaven. Father is gone but not forgotten, Nor is the good advice he gave; Sweetest thoughts shall over linger Around our darling father's grave. Inserted by his loving wife and family January 5, 1911.

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

YETMAN. The recent rain Jias hud a splendid effect on tli© surrounding country, aud u young and vigorous growth or' grass and vegetation is everywhere apparent. The man on the land who is satisfied with the wbather is proverbially hard to find, hut just now, at all events, his voK'© i« silent. ' Constable Goodwin, who lias been station ed here for tho last seven years, hns bean jemoved to Hoonii, and is leaving for that charge within a few days. It is understood that -Mr. G. A. Jones. M.Ji.A., hns received a promise from tho Milliter for Works for a trial., survey for o railway line to Vet-man from a point on- the Wurialda-Inverell liye. If this is true, the next question -to be decided is: what point is most suitable for tho connection. The resident# in the parts of the district which jni^ht be served are somewhat divided in opinion- on this point, some preferring Del ungra to Warialda. Tlie matter is one i|i which the Shire and Municipal Councils might interest themselves, and pla...

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BURNED TO DEATH IN A CHURCH. MEXICO CITY, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911

BURNED TO DEATH IN A CHURCH. I .. MEXICO CITY. Wednesday Afternoon. 'Seven people were burned to death and eight injured in a rusli which occurred when a church at Hacienda ranch caught tire dur ing the service. The candle fell from the socket, which ignited some dry moss with which the building was decorated.

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IMPERIAL CONFERENCE. LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911

IMPERIAL CONFERENCE.' !ii LONDON, Wedneililliy Afternoon.' The Imperial Conferen'ce 'Svlll1 be " opened by the Prime Minister. j1"""

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PONAPE MASSACRE. A TRADER'S WARNING. GERMAN RULE IN THE CAROLINE ISLANDS. WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Dee. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911

PONAPE MASSACRE. A TRADER'S WARNING. GERMAN RULE IN THE CAROLINE ISLANDS. WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Dee. 30. "I was sure it would happen. It nearly happened when I was out there," so said Mr. W. H, Langdown to a "Christchurch Press" reporter, referring to the recent Ponape mas sacre. Mr. Langdown was trading at Ponape, Jn' the Caroline Islands, and saw enough then to convince lilm that an outbreak against the Germans might take place at any mo-, ment. He lent some of his "boys" to a Ger man officer to assist in dragging a guri to the top of a cliff, the object of the g,un being to overawe an obstinate trader. One of the natives was heard to say as he worked, "The next time we move this gun we'll do it on our/own account." The Idea was to tumble it over the cliff and take it away by canoe. Mr. Langdown warned the officer, and pre cautions were taken. The natives were an noyed with him for "giving them away," but Mr. Langdown explained that he had done so for their own good. "I told them tha...

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A REMARKABLE PLAY. JUDAS, THE NOBLE PATRIOT. NEW YORK, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911

A R EMAR KABLE'Vl!AS'.'''''' JUDAS, THE' NOBIiR'PATRIOT. ,y j NEW YOIUjC, Wednesday Afternoon! Madame Sarah, Be^ijliaj'.dt runs t^eeairat [let of press'critics by stagjng'the ijrsr/('prp | duotlon 'it the Glbbe Theafr§,''Qf;i'aj new 1 American , play, entitled/.''b^'.De; Kay. It is a sensational "tr^tn^p^t o{,,t\ie biblical character. It .intrqdiipf^ ^ttdm^as a noble patriot, falling una^f' thej(^p'ell of Mary Magdalene.' ,The l^tter.j^serts^i^im for his master, which Is the. m£tl,ve..ff)!C.;the betrayal., It is considered by, sqpie^^hat Madanje Bernhardt's .wonderfu].actiqg,9^Tes the play. W-wU . The "Sim" Says It is ai,m$H(iigly Jfotqlplne rendering of a masculine role, wli^lqjJilJhe ; ■ ' v .i-ir -World" describes il. na inexpressibly dull, if it. were-, not so weirdly curious. . j

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SEVERE EARTHQUAKE. BIG DISTURBANCE IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911

SEVERE EARTHQUAKE. CIO DISTUUHANCE IN NEW ZEAT.AN'p. Another severe earthquake lias been re corded at Riverview. A report states that a considerable disturbance took place at Lake Rnioltl, New Zealand. It is believed to be due to seismic action.

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SEVERE EXPLOSION AT PORTLAND CEMENT WORKS. PORTLAND, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911

SEVERE EXPLOSION AT PORTLAND CEMENT WORKS. PORTLAND, Wednesday Afternoon. An. explosion of eoaldjist occurred at tlio Portland cement works and resulted in six deaths. One employe was blown on to the elevator, in which a car of eoal was l>i?iny hoisted to the dump and carried with the coal to the sluite and shot thirty feet down the incline, being unhurt.

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MINING BOOM AGAIN. AT SOUTHERN CROSS AND BULLFINCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911

MINING BOOM AGAIN. ! AT SOUTHERN CROSS A\' 11 BULLFINCH. Matters at Southern Cross anil Bullfinch mines arc rapidly approaching a boom stage again. Investors, option seekers anil specu lators aro flocking there In unprecedented numbers.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIRELESS EXPERIMENT IN AVIATION. SAN FRANCISCO, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911

WIRELESS EXPERIMENT.jIN AVIATION. SAN FRANCISCO, W'edJH'sday,'Afternoon. Preparations for unlque.'iexperiments in ' tlio aviation grounds nro* bpingKinade. ■ • A wireless apparatus is being, installed ■< to stand, while a receiving apparatuses being fitted In an aeroplane- which .will trall '300 feet in aluminium, wire/, as:, tlioi receiving antenna. An attempt'iii'alsb'bfeing' riiade to devise a method of taking movlh'g 'picjlm'es from an aeroplane. V ■ .10

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YEARLY SALES AT HOMEBUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911

YEARLY SALES AT HOMEBUSH. 3,flS4,052 slice]) and 1.'3,91G cattle were disposed of at Homebush last year.

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SAFETY IN FLYING. NEW YORK, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911

SAFETY IN FLYING. 7' •' ^ NEW YORK, Wednesday Aftorrt66n. The Aero. Club will appoint official ex aminers to determine- ■whether ; aeroplanes are perfect in order before. ascending,; and to prevent attempts, to.. fly, ion,,,unsafe,ma chines, with a view of minimising . future accidents.

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FREIGHT CONCESSIONS. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911

FREIGHT CONCESSIONS. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTEH. A deputation asked Mr. Garmiehnel for freight concessions on wheat and (lour. The Minister said the matter of freights) rested absolutely with the Commissioners, but. the suggestion of a special freight board would be-considered by the Government.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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