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THE CASE OF ANNIE KING. INQUEST RESUMED. SYDNEY Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
THE CASE OF ANNIE KING. INQUEST RESUMED. SYDNEY Thursday. The inquest was resumed to-day on the body of Annio King. Dr. Brownless, who is charged with causing the woman's death, was present in court. Elizabeth Burns, a resident or Paddington, deposed that deceased came to her house on December IGth, and on 24th she com- j plained ot pains. Witness suggested get ting a doctor in. but she refused. Witness then rung up Dr. Brownless on her own account. The doctor saw deceased who afterwards appeared to get better, but next morning again complained of pains. The docijr examined her tbnr day, and said ohe would be all right, lie c^me again, and remarked it was n case for the hospital, and said it would be as v. ell to send for a priest. Witness under cxiss-osaminntion Eaid she had been a nurse aL one time and had attended confinement cases, but she did not I:now the deceased's state of health. 'Hie coroner: It's simply astonishing thf ignorance of these women. Witness said no one else In...
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. MOREE. FELL PROM A WINDMILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. MORE 13. FELL PROM A WINDMILL. On Friday morning ;i middle-aged man, named Alexander McDonald, had tho mis fortune to meet with a very painful1 acci dent. He proceeded to the rosidene of Mr, J. T. Crano ("Mayor) at (i a.m. for tho pur pose of effecting repairs to tho windmill. Oil reaching u height of 25 feet the box ho i was standing on gave way, with the result that he lost his balance and fell heavily to the ground. Ho lay unconscious for a timo anil was eventually conveyed to the Holel Gwydir, and the services of Dr. Alagill -se cured. Acting 011 the latter's advice the sufferer entered the public, hospital, where : upon examination it was seen that although no bones were broken, lie was suffering se verely from shock. We understand the pati ent is progressing favorably. A SAD SUICIOE. ' Amongst, the many sorrowful Christmas happenings war. the sad death of John Henry Pitman, who, it is alleged cut, liis throat with a razor 011 Christmas Day. Tho deceased yo...
THE CONVICT KING SHINES AS VAUDEVILLE COMEDIAN MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
^ THE CONVICT KING ^ SHINES AS VAUDEVinra COMEDIAN MELBOURNE, Wednesday.'.... William King, the notorious negro convict^, who has been tlio terror of Pentridge Prison for the past fifteen rears, appeared in a new role during the Christmas festivities in tihat institution. He surprised even his best eiie;. mies by showing himself to be possessed of a fine tenor voice and undoubted power .as a comedian. One of the features of the festivities was a concert in which the prisoners took part.,' The whole of the items on the programme were contributed by them, and comprised songs, recitations, piano solos, part singing, and a 'cello solo. An analysis of the pro gramme shows tliat Tosli is tlie favorite com poser, and G. R. Rims the favorite poet in Pcntridsc. "Burglar Rill'' was recited by Henry Brown, betted known as "Honkey" Brown, a pickpocket, known in every State; while "Moojer'' Quinn, a Melbourne garrot er, serving seven years, put much pathos into his rendering of Marcus Clarke's "...
BUNDARRA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
BUNDARRA NEWS. llie Holidays.—The Christmas and New Year holidays passed oft ratlier -quietly in Bundarra. The annual race meeting occupied Boxing Day and the day following, followed at. night by the annual R.C. social, but for the remainder of the "off" season there was no public function of any kind listed. Left to their own resources on New Year's Day, the townspeople organised several picnic and fishing parties, while others journeyed out to George's Creek, whero a holiday cricket match was played between Bundarra • and tho local club. Special services were held in tho churches on Christinas Day, and were all largely at tended. Proposed Hospital.—After much vexatious delay, tho plans of the proposed Bundarra Hospital have at last been approved of by the Public Health Department, and it Is ex pected that the work of erection will short ly bo put in hand. Tenders are also out for extensive additions to two local hotels, so that matters in the building lino should very soon show si...
AN INTERESTING PASSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
AN INTERESTING PASSENGER. • A' youfig Australian boy made his first appearance in lite on Tuesday morning a9 a passenger without a ticket in the north -western mail train, between Mnitland and Waratah. The event caused some conster nation among passengers, and railway of ficials, and all were much relieved on seeing a doctor and a nurse waiting at Wnratah. The mother came from Come-by-Chance, 1 fiear Walgett.
WATSON'S CREEK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
WATSON'S CREEK NEWS.. Christpas has passed, and as usual has been a, merry time on the creek. Shearing is all over, and the ciip has been exception ally good. Mr. McDonald, of Glenbrook, has in'stalled an engine, which has proved a great •improvement on the old style. TLoi season has boon splendid for grass. Tlio creeik is like a wheat field. The Railway Commissioners passed through here on a tour of inspection re a jiew line from Boggabri to Port Stephens. . A very enjoyable social evening was held n£ Mr. P. McDonald's residence, Glenbrook, and cjuncing was indulged in till daylight. Mining /natters are improving here. The S.C.T.M. Cif. nfe still on splendid dirt. Messrs. Sain and FartoJJ deserve great cre dit for being the first to install an up to data suction plant, nnd they are deservedly getting a good return, Tho whole crpek is taken up now, and more miction plants will be placed on tho leases. Application has been mado for n tolephoiio ponnection with Beti demeer. If this is...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. If wo jyere able io live just right all the time tliwe would be little need for medi cine, less need for doctors. But some little thing is constantly coming along to put irs. out o£ balance"—exposure, change of diet or drinking water, irregular me"is are little things that will af. times upset the best or us. Nothing particular th« matter, but don't feel good. At such tlinox the wise among us will take &lt;t few doses of Cham berlain's Tablets with certain knowledge that they will put its right right away. Bold by all chemists and storekeepers.* i Women vrlio suffer from Anaemia nnd its attendant rasults should try N12MJA TONIC*