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MAITLAND STOCK SALES. MAITLAND, Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
MAITLAND STOCK SALES. iMAlTLAND, Thursday Afternoon. Cattle.—There was a fair number yarded to' a good attendance of buyers and all lots met with good competition. Prices showed an advance. of 10/ per head on last week's rates.' Prime and weighty bullocks sold, frotii £9 to £9/lS/, prime £S to £9, good £7 to £8, inferior £5 to £7. A. W. Nivl sons bullocks sold from £8 to £8/10/; J'. M. Mackenzie's bullocks £6/13/ to £9/5/, cows, £4/3/ to £5/5/; Northern Agents, light cows, £3/19/ to £4/1, steers, £5/19. Sheep!—1200 were penned.. Competition was active for prime sheep at slightly im proved prices. Medium and inferior were easier. Prime and weighty wethers rea Used from 12/3 to t4/2, prime 11/t to 12/8, Koort !)/c to 11/1. medium and'inrerior r./c to S/. On amount of the Exovs. tl. (', White, wethers sold from 12/S to 14/2: Northei'n Agents, wethers G/ to 7/8. lambs »/!> 'to &lt;/;■ .T. k. Maeka.v, 'owes 7/ to S/S: Wethorn S/9 to 1.':/; .S. Little, wethers, S./; eVt'es, 0/7...
PRODUCE SALES. SUSSEX-STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
PRODUCE SALES, SUSSEX-STREET SALES. , 'Although there was a large attendance of buyers at to-day's sales at Sydney railway goods sheds this morning, competition was devold'tpf activity, and tlie prices realised i'br all .commodities, with the exception of chaft and maize, which remained unaltered, were weaker. Lucerne hay receded to the extent of 5/, and potatoes 3/4 per ton. Oats fell Id., and ■wheat 2d. per bushel. Choice Quality chaff found buyers at 4/10, prime 4/ to 4/4, good 2/10. Choice quality lu cerne hay, small bales, 3/10 to 4/, prime 3/2 to 3/C, good 2/10 to ?,/, choice large bales 3/, medium 2/9, inferior 2/, prime dry yellow--maize 2/8Vi. prime Algerian oats 2/2, prime chickwheat 3/0, choice table po tatoes 7/ to 7/8, prime G/2 to 0/8, inferior 2/2. Wheat 3/7 Vi, barley 2/9 to 2/10. * Local Sales.—Lucerne bay, Dwyer, Moon bi, was passed in at 1/1; J. Morrow, Ne mingha, 2/2; Tin Hop, 2/; Johnstone pass ed 2/10.
LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
v*" LICENSING COURT. \ At the Licensing Court yesterday, before jtfr. O. A. Edwards, P.M., and Mr, W. H. teak, J.P., Hawkers' licenses were granted tor-"LOulS Apted and .Tolin Joseph Moylan, and a& auctioheer's license to Jas. Magi 11, atid Mr. J. T. McCaffrey -was granted per mission to effect additions to the Federal hotel.
LAND APPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
LAND APPLICATIONS. , Tlio following lands were applied for at rlio Local Lands Office yesterday:—J. Brod .licck, 500 acres C.P., p. Barraba, c Darling; :.L Brodbeck, 10!) acres C.P., p. Barraba, o. Darling; C. Wllkitison, GB7 acres C.P., )>. Ilalloran, c. Darling; Geo. Pullmah, 37G lUires C.P., p. Nemingha, c. Parry; T. B. f.Iui'key, 240 acres C.P., p. Koorowora, c. Parr.v; T. h. Renshaw, 7,r> acres C.P., p. flood, c. Parry; L. L. Rensliaw, 225 acres ti. Scolt, Parr}'.
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
SUMMARY. EleHt thousand tailors have struck work at Vienna, demanding 35 per cent, increase in Wages and a working day o£ 10 hours. At Poxton (N.Z.) farmers drew a cheque for £70 as payment for a month's milk from 38 cows. A Fltzherbert dairyman, who milks 40 jerseys, got returns averag* ing £2/3/6 per cow for the month. The Goulbura officers' branch of the New. South Wales Railway and Tramway Asso ciation has sent a letter to the Premier pro testing against the meetings of the Railway and Tramway Superannuation Board being held in camera. During this year the officers of the Board Of Health in their work of supervising the [ food supplies of the State travelled 44,964 miles. They inspected 8743 dairy premises, a littre less than half of the. total number In existence. . At the same time a great many butter and cheese factories were reported upon. ■ Altogether 282,800 head of dairy Cattle were examined, out of which . 1385 Were condemned, chiefly for tuberculosis. - Richard Garrall ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
White Star Line LONDON AND LIVERPOOL, VIA DDR CAN AND CAPETOWN. REGULAR four-weekly sailings of 12,000 tons Twin-scrow Steamors, "AFIUC," "MEDIC," "PERSIC," "R^NIC," and "SUEVIC." • FARES—Capotown or Durban, £15/15 to £34 3s. London, £19 to £80. New York, Boston, etc., £25/6 to £36/5. ONLY ONE CLASS OF ACCOMMODA —llONr- • - • — Cargo of all descriptions carried at' lowest Kates. Through bookings to Continental Ports, English Manufacturing Centroa, and America on most favorable terma. The highest class of insulation is installed for the satisfactory carriage and outturn of Froten Meat, Dairy Produce, Fruit, eto. For RatoB of freight, Pamphloti, eto., ipply to— DA1.GETY & CO., LTD., Agents at Newcastle, and all Australian Port's. Aberdeen Line NATAL, CAPETOWN, and LONDON, m PLYMOUTH. TJEQULAR. First and Third CIbbs Pa» •!Li sengers carried. FARES.—Saloon—London, from £57. . 3rd Class—£16 to £20. • Saloon—Cape and Natal, £31/10: 3rd Class—£13/13 to £17/17. Round the World Ticke...
NOTES. NEWS PROM SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
NOTES. NEWS PROM SCOTLAND. ifs'fo'linntt that there is a l)ig de vrcS'Sfe in the consumption of "wlmsky'' in y;i ■ -ootlnnil, and a cause is given. But it is ... n6t (he pause we have to deal with; it is ~ iho.effect a drastic change has upon the 'iti.'verse. Coincident with this interesting r' tiuorraaiion, comes news of disastrous •-5- siHh'q'Mkes. violent collision between ;iol'.ce constables and troops, numbering 1000, and three anarchists in London, and trie information that the King of Timbuctoo lias had a tooth extracted. There is al ways something like an occult force be . hint! such happenings, and there is some thing more than is earthly behind this withering whisky-desire in the land of the Bcot. It has been felt that a change un usual was pending, and reports confirm the rumor that the Caledonian gatherings this rear have lacked something, which has not been altogether clear, but which left the lifcpfession that there was a leakage some where.
The TamwortK Daily Observer FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1910. A REFORM ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
The TamwortK Daily Observer FRIDAY, JANUARY G, 1010. A REFORM ASSOCIATION. The districts oC the North ami North \Vo:;t, In common with other parts of New you ill Wales, have for years; been retarded »:•' the pernicious system of centralisation, which baa grown to immense proportions, i Early Governments were never seized with tlio seriousness ni the fact, and the rusnlt was, an nndeviating course was followed in attracting everything to the chief centre of the State, Consequences that set back pro gress in the country natrirallv followed, and the mean system grew until it assumed a aienace to provincial interests. Railways,1 iosling immense sums of money, were built witii little or no regard for the future, but ivith the mere object, of bolstering up the. '-ity. Moreover, railway rates were so ar ranged as to strangle, any possibility of the country sharing in *?fl'ects of development, and unfortunately these anomalies still ex ist. Evil results of the practice are strik ingly illus...
SEISMIC UPHEAVAL. DISASTROUS RESULTS. RUSSIAN TURKESTAN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
SEISMIC UPHEAVAL. DISASTROUS RESULTS. RUSSIAN TURKESTAN, Wednesday. A seismic upheaval occurred in Central Asia, being exceptionally severe In Turkes tan Bokhara,. and Darja provinces, and lasted five minutes. Couriers bring reports that there are thousands who are homeless. Peasants' huts v,'ero levelled to the ground. Buildings tumbled, crushing the in habitants. The fatalities are unestlmated, but probably hundreds lost their lives. The I shock was felt in the far .north, as Semi pnlntiiisk provinco, wliero tJio capital, Ver iDey City, was damaged.