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CATHOLIC CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
CATHOLIC OHiJRntf' Tarn-worth.—9t. N ieholns' Churchy Mass every Sunday at 7.30 and 10'a.m.; on. week dars at 7 a.m. Sunday School from 9.80 to 10.30 a.m. Rosary, Ser mon and Benediction, at 7.30 p.m. Evening devotions every Friday at 7.30. Baptism and Olrorchings every day ex cepting Sundays, from 10 to .11 a.m. Sunday, January 8. LIMBRI.—Mass at 10 a.m.' Goonoo Qooboo.—Mass at 10 a.m. Saturday, January 7. ■ ■ • Old Moonbi.—Mrs. Flanagan's, Mass at 9 a.m. ' ■ • • . Alonday, 9tli January, "*.i ■ : ■ Swamp Oak.—Mr. Birr, Mass at 9 a.m. Tuesday, January 10. • Upper Dungowan.—Mr. Randall's,, .Mass at 9 a.m. . ' ' Wednesday, January 11, Beetlve.—-Mr. Scully's, Mass iit 9, Q.ni. Duncan's Creek.—Mr. Partlln's, Mass at 9 a.m. ; Thursday, January 12. Crawney.—Mr. Ryan's, Mass at 9 a,m, Wlnton.—Mr. Thorloy's, Mass at 9 a.m. Friday, January 13. Nundle Greek.—Mr. J. Hyman's, Mass at 9 a.m. , Duri.—Mr. M. Fleming's, Mass at 9 a.m. Saturday, January 14. ; ' Nundle Creek.—Mr. Fallon's, Mass at' 9...
ACTION AGAINST SHIPPING COMPANIES. NEW YORK, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
j p, ACTION AGAINST ..SIIIPPINQ V&lt;- COMPANIES. '' ! NEW YOIltC, Wednesday A'ftftrn'oon. I.ong standing rumors tliat all competi tion in the TrBli9-Atlr.nl 1c ' pnnneh1?ofr'*'and fif.'ijht. bnainc.-is will lie eliftiinatpd..through the cccret pooling arransowients 'culminated to-day. Under the SherflXiii >\.nt(:Tni3t!>i,aw the Government has lllh). an'In junction, "and proceedings are bcing| tnUen against the shipping combine, including the Cunard. While Star, Blue Anchor, "Hamburg,"Ameri can, North Reman Lloyd', "Ataericaii 'and Canadian Pacific, Itus'siari,' arid ifeast' Asiatic, Seeking to restrain thell- sto'aincr's1 from en tering American ports. • ' ; ' ■ - ■:* > ! •! -is'ij .
Parish of West Tamworth 6th Day.—The Epiphany. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
tariah of "Wosfc Tumwnrfclv 6th Day.—The EDinhanv. St. Paul s.—7.30 p.m., Evensong and A'd dress. . • ■ 8th Day.—1st : Sunday after Epiphany.1 1 St. Paul's,—11 a.m., Mattins and Litany, Mr. Wm. Powell; 7.30 p.m., Evensong, Mr. Wm. Powell. ■; Goonoo Goonoo.—11 a.m., Holy Communion; 7.30 p.m., Evensong. The Vicav. Currabubula.—11 a.m., Mattins and Litany, Mr. Webb. Gowrie.—3 p.m., .Evensong, The Vicar jV,. Westbrook.—2.30 p.m., Sunday School. IP
The [?]woods. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
IV ~ \ ■ ■ Tho M-£y>3i.cs»lp. UiTfitl,..nflthor. of '■'Oiv our Se&c*' •Uon;" 4,0uiv Now/ Selection.'', etc.,! etc.) ' "Toil .hirii yo.ti're .Hot Iri,. sir?"'suggested ' "tho porter,-trom forco ot'Uobit! *.ltat Ah cm in," cried old John.' • "Yow 'toll him All dcrsent want to have enncrthin' more to do with th' lalikes o' him." 'i'iic porter .smiled. "Yossir," lie said, and gUdctf-ott again. •• _ ".Did yer ever hear tli' lalikes o' thet!" Ba|(l'..QW . .Tolnr tearing the card to pieces. "Ko'.v1. 'Ah'ni (lone wi* Robert Staunton. Ah'in done wi'" Iiim." ' For quite a while the: family sat" in' silence. , "Have you been to the theatre to hear 'In Australia' ret, .V;'r. Hall-Smith?" a female1 voice rang out 'across the room. "Bal .love! Ai realhiy am ashamed Ai liev 1 not, Jliss TJlood-Drown," came (lie answer, "but Ai'iu (old it's awfully delightful." "Terribly funnay," from a second feinalo. "We wire ihure the naight His IOxcellency attended, and we literally screamed the .who...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
WANTED a General Sorvant/, Mra, SoS ton, Royal Hotel. "\)57ANTED, good plain cook, 12/ per week. !*V Mra. Hyson, Hotel, Aloonbi. 'ANTED.—Clearer. Apply C. W. Al derton, Tangarrutta, Vt'inton Road. WANTED, Girl for Pay Bos at Picture Show, Fitzroy-street. Apply >attho Show. TTTTANTED, Four Good Ploughmen, V Drivers' only need apply. C. Jeffries Britten, "Woodhoiise," Gidley. WANTED Smart Junior, Clothing De partment, during six weeks' sale. Ap ply at onee, Aliohael and Co. NTED Two Young Lady Assistants, for .Michael and Co.'s sis weeks' sale. Apply at once. .X7S7"ANTED good secondhand in!l-top desk. * Apply Callcott ami Co,, Undertakers. WANTED.—50,000 Bricks, made opposite trucking yards, West Tamworth. Con tractor find nl.mt. rt. C. I so 11. T^T7'ANTED 2000 Crossbred Wethers, 2 or '•?. T-. -t-tootli. Frank Wyndham, Tannvorth. m'O LET.—T.y.'o cottages, North-street, 0 JL rooms, bathroom, Kitchen, electric light, aiiil water laid 011. Grand position. P. G. Smith and Co., Tamworth...
Our Special Cablegrams BY THE INDEPENDENT CABLE SERVICE ANARCHIST PLOT. OF GREAT GRAVITY. LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
BY THE INDEPENDENT CAI3LE SERVICE ANARCHIST PLOT, - OF GREATJRAVITY. f.ON'DO.W Wednosdnv Afternoon. I • Tlio TKindmi "Daily Telegraph" slates lite 'police are in possession of information of n widespread anarchist, pint of great gravity. • Till, (loiniIs of which aro secret. Three women associated with the anar chists, are in custody. The police are striv ing to establish the theory that, the Imilding was fired by the desperadoes, and also to connect with the desperadoes the murder Of the French Jew, who lived near the anarchists and who was found at Clapham Common on Sunday, stabbed behind, and head battered in. A storm of criticisi, in the inefficiency of the Police Department, has followed the encounter with anarchists. Newspapers describe the failure of hundreds to conquer a little baud, without firing the building, as setting a whale to catch a gnat. It is fur ther alleged the police endeavoured to mag nify the episode, by misrepresenting; that seven bodies were found, whereas ...
EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS. LONDON, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS.' LONDON, Woclnojulny Afternoon. Tho West Bromwich obs^VfHory lo-nlglit recorded eal-(lH(ti'fikiJ &lt;i&oeks were so violent Umt. the' $£fcor&lt;lins /^eifie collapsed. An nai'lhqiinlcR occurred allpar ently -5000 miles eastwiiril. . SEATTLE, Wedneadqyj Aftov,i)oon. Professor Lnridos, of \V5Slimsioli'T/nivcr sity, reports Unit the seisinoiirfijitf 'needle was qnlverim; hours, nnd that Kansas Uni versity registered 5 distinct sliocli.';, the hea viest lasting 12 minutes. •
BOXER AND BURGLAR. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
BOXER AND BURGLAR. " MI'XBOIj RNK, Wednesday. | Mr. L. Woods, one of the trainers of the Rssendmr Football Club, and n boxer of con | sidernblo nbility, put bis skill to good usa ! when lie invoice to lliul a burglar in the bed room of Ills house nt Davios-ftroet, Bruns j wick. I Mr. Wood; Id! I.,! about mid ni^lit, and four houia later was awakened by a strange sound in the room. Looking out carefully, lie discerned in the semi-darkness a strange mint in tin. ant- of breaking open a drawer in which bo had locked £10 In money ami a quantity of jewellery.' Mr. Wood1? did not bottler about strategical movements, be decided upon thn direct tac tics which he alwnys advocates in football. Bounding from his bed he dushed upon the intruder, who, however, jumped up quickly to meet the onslaught. The want of an ppejr space and the half light fjcav^ M>". Woods little opportunity for the display of bis su perior science, or the burglar would pro bably have been banded over to the police bef...
RAILWAY ACCIDENT. SPOKANE, BURLINGTON, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
RAILWAY ACCIDENT, vsfmgm SPOKANE, inmUNGTOtf, ™ Wednesday. Afternoon. ' A 1rnln, which was two minutes' late, was taken to a siding to nllow an express train to puss. Roforo tli© Ihsl currin^os were clciir, tho expross ploughed through three Pullman's, wlilcli contained only six per sons, all of whom were killod. , ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
CONSULT MR. S. A. BASSER. J Mr. S. A. Basser, the. eminent Vienna^ optician, holds the very highest certificates ' secured by actual examination in Vienna, Berlin, Dresden, London and New York. Ha is also a qualified master of the British Op-, tical Association. Mr. Basser desires to give the greatest possible number the benefit of liifi skilled services nud makes nn eliargo whatever for consultations, or for carefully testing the sight. His coming vi»it to • tlu'a town offers a splendid opportunity of having the eyes properly attended to, and all visual defects corrected. Mr. Basser has devoted much time to tho study of the eyes of tho I young, and parents should note this fact; and /'bring the children to him for examination: A few minutes now may save great expense 'in the future. Mr. Basser is sole agent fpr the "So. Easy" rimless glasses—quite .the most, comfortable it is possible to get. ifle employs no agents, and may be consulted in person at the Royal Hotel, Tamworth, on Th...
FINEST HOTELS. EXPERT'S TRIBUTE TO LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
FINEST HOTELS. EXPERT'S TRIBUTE TO LONDON. .Mori? than 100 of the .chief Austrian hotel proprietors arrived in Iiondon recently to' study the, groat hotels of liondon. SVelcom i"K t iicm 511 Victoria Station was Mr. H. Osten, Imperial Austrian Councillor, honor ary secretary of the Association of Austrian Hoteliors and an authority of world-wide repute upon the art of hotel-keeping. "'Why should these experts coino to Lon don to learn things?'' He answered the ([Ucstion with emphasis. "Iiecaus,> tho finest hotels in the wliole world are in fiOndon. In their heautiful furnishing, their quiet com fort, their perfect management they are un surpai-ised. "In Austria hotel-keepers are hampered by heavy taxes ami impositions. For everything that is los,t in their establishments they are, for instance, responsible. This fact provided a notorious s.v,indler recently with a fine .op portunity. Alrrivinij. at an hotel in the. eveiU in^, el:ul in a- Ion;: fur overcoat, wliich Con cealed 1 ho...
ENGLISHWOMAN'S FIGURE MR. MARCUS STONE'S OPINION. NO IDEAL MODEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
' MR, MARCIIS STONE'S OPINION. • NO IDEAL MODEL. • Mr. Marcus Stone, the eminent artist, con siders that "blio figure of the average Eng lishwoman has deteriorated in Tccent Jfoars. This is not due, as in the United Stated,' to. violent. exercise. ' v The question of the influence of athletics upon phvaique wjwj -raised by the statement &lt;»T ;hi American artist that American women would sonn heconm like men in figure, owing to their passion ior violent exoreiso. 'Hie sSc> retaiv o| the Anthropomcftrtcal Committee &lt;»l !'hc Hritish Association expressed the view ihat. athletics hud not brought about much I change. I .MODFXS AVHO CANNOT POSE, j "Few (englishwomen indulge in athletics ! sulfiv-lt'ni-ly t-o change their development,'' said .Mr. Marcus' Sloiu*. "Those wTjo do are in >;wh a minority as 10 be negligible. . Un duohtedly the figures ol' English wo ineii have grown worse,- and it is o-.ttnvmelv difficult for an aritsi, no»v to iiud an ideal model. In...