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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
SYDNEV, Messrs. Badgery Bros., 14 . Castlereagh street, Sydney, report that sheep values dur ing the holiday sales showed a decided im provement, prices advancing from 1/ to 3/6 per head. Lamhs also firmed slightly, more especially any good quality lota if suckers. Cattle values held firmly at improved rates, best beef making to 24/ per lOOlbs. Bookings for sales in January are not ex cessive and prospects are good. Messrs. Badgery Bros, will be glad to secure any trucks required promptly on advicr. nrV January 3, 1911.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
Turner & Carey, THE UP-TO-DATE TAILORS •, •• -Peel Street, ; T AM WORTH. All the latest materials stocked. Fit, Style and Workman ship Guaranteed. f: (OR all kinds of Christmas and New , Yaar Presents visit ^ Most no-lrt-dale and best assorted stock •sin' Tamworth ■ of Watches, - Engagement King?. AVeliding Rings, Brooches, Ranslea, etc., nt CliOapest Prices iu town. Our wr.tches nuaranteed. Si^ht tested, free. Doivt forget ALBERT SMITH (next Central Hotel). Tauiworth's Leading Jeweller and Optician. Tamwortli Permanent Kmtual Benefit Building and Investment Society. EXAMPLE OF RE-PAYMENT OF A LOAN OP £100 FOR 10 YEARS. A person borrowing £100 (4 shares), for 10 years, has to repay in that time by monthly instalments of £1/7, totalling £162. These re-payments mean an annual payment of £16/4. After paying for 8 years a borrower would .have ropaid £li!B/l!.\ Judging from the re sults of tho post four years there should be added to this amount by wcy of Bonus (£1 • per share', ...
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
SUMMARY. The Chief Commissioner of Railways ap proves of all male employees in the railway service receiving a minimum wage of £110 per year. Tlif Minister for Customs says the Govern ment's action in revising the tariff will t>9 1 affected by the success or otherwise of ibat Federal referenda to be taken uiJjjotil. The Minister for Defence has'^SS'tfunad. that 23GI officers and men will' be required' to man the new fleet unit. Early action witt 1)6 taken to establish training schools. The Chief Commissioner of Police at Periii, states that indecent assaults on female ehiWV. rcn.are becoming very prevalent in AVestdrtt; Australia, aud recommends flogging. adds that Western Australia is a duasfMugpu ground for criminals from all the uWiw;'! States. On April 28 the Sun will rise in Sydney, "j when it will almost l>e totally eclipsed.. Hia. eclipse will hist alroiit a quarter of an hour;, The question of establishing State owimkII' coal mines is still under consideration bytin>...
ORANGE FARMER'S PLOT. THE VALUE OF ROTATION. ORANGE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
ORANGE FARMER'S PLOT. THE VALUE OF ROTATION. ORANGE, Tuesday. The harvesting of the crops on the Orange experimental plot at the new showground has finished. The results of the experiments are likely to prove eminently satisfactory from a financial point of view, while the main purpose of the Agricultural Depart ment—that of affording object-lessons to far mers—has been amply achieved. The lessons taught, among many others, are:—1, That hard wheat, such as Comeback and Bobs, can be successfully grown under the cli matic conditions of this district. 2. That Haynes's Blue Stem, which thrives and gives heavy yields in the Mew England district, might be cultivated here also with much greater profit to the farmers than many of the varieties to which they have pinned their faith for years, 3. That rotation of crops is essential to the production of heavy crops of hay and good yields of grain. 4 That it is a penny wise and pound foolish policy for the farmer not to use manure. 5, That the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
A DANGEROUS TIjrE. Between the ages of &lt;15 to 55 is a most tryinrr and'dangerous time for women folk. It is :it tliis time that certain health changes occur which if properly treated cause 110 in-, conveniences, but wliich' if neglected may re sult in a verv serious condition of both body and mind. The Ladies' College of Health very properly devotes a special department to this phase of woman's health with won derfully successful results. A book advising women what to do :it this time will be sent free provided 2d. is remitted for postage. Those who would like a copy should send to Dept.. T, Ladies' College of Health, 177 Liv erpool-street, Sydney. The book is well worth its weight in gold, as thousands of women can testify. TO THE ELECTORS OF A-RIDING. Peel Shire Council. Ladies and Gentlemen,— I have been requested by many rate payers of the above riding to allow myself to be nominated as a candidate tor your suf frages at the forthcoming Shire Election. I nm ii life-lo...
CHARGE OF WILFUL MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
' .CHARGE OF WILFUL MURDER. The .\lfiliicnirut» jiolieo arrested a younf: amn named James .M'l.'ormiek, u laborer, In connection with Ihe death of Constable Jonbs, who had his skull fractured by a blow from a bottle on Sunday last while arrest ins a man in the main street at Bacchuo Marsh. M'CormieU was charged with the wilful •minder of Jones, lie was remanded to ap pear in Melbourne. Jones was 50 years of iise, and' leaves a wife and family.
IN THE AIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
IN THE AIR. 'Mr. Jos.'Hammond mru'io a successful trial flight-'on a biplane at Belmont Park Race course. Perth, on Tuesday evening, when ' "the wind was blowing 1C miles air hour. lie rose Jn 50 yards, anil sped through tho . air with perfect- freedom. Mr. Hammond rose tho machine steadily for several feet, and, soar ing- higher In large spiral movements, he flew the biplane over the river and above the Recreation Ground at a height of about 1400 feet'.' Immediately after ascending the wind increased in velocity, and the swaying j of" the machine indicated that Air. Ham- i mond'was having a rough passage. After clrcling, however, for some lime, and driv- j iilg down the wind at the rate of GO miles an hour, the pilot descended safely.
EATING HAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
EATING HAM. As n result of eating ham for breakfast on Wednesday morning, sevi>n occupants of a-fcouse in Charlton-street, Hamilton, were . affected with ptomaine poisoning. Four of the seven people affected wero so hnd that their immediate removal to tho N ewca."tle Hospital ovd}>iiid by two doctors, who. wore called in. The patients admitted to the hospital"were; William Gil Imoiu', -57 years; William Makins, ^1 years; Hurry Fester, 13 years; and James Gilmmir, 21 years. Tho following inmates of tho house are also under medical treatment: Walter Gillespie, 11 years; Eliza Gillespie, 22; ami Lizzie Gilmour. Mr. William Gil mour is said to be more seriously affjoted than any of the other patients. The remains of the ham are now in the possession of tho polite.
"A MESSAGE FROM MARS." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
■ "A MESSAGE FROM MARS." Tamworth theatregoers are to have the opportunity of witnessing! the worldfamad j coinedv drama, ''A Message from Mure/ • pre sented b_v Allan Hamilton's Comedy Com pany, Who have just, closed a 10 weeks' sea son ' nt the Palaco Theatre, Sydney. 'Hie date fixed is Thursday nest, .January 12, and following evening. There will be a change df bill each night, and on Friday evening '"Hip Two Mr. Wetlterbys,'' a comedy which has bemi eminently successful in the metro politan centres, will be produced. Mr. Ham ilton .states that his idea of sending on tour these plays with the original conmliny and mounted in every way—down to the smallost detail—similar to the metropolitan produc tion, is certainly very much in the' nature of i sin experiment, but he expects such a widely known acknowledged play as "A , Message from Mars'' to be highly acceptable I to all. audiences. It has proved itself in all1 parts of the World durinj; tho last 10 years. Mr. Hamilton wishes it...
SHIRE COUNCIL'S NOMINATIONS. PEEL SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
SHIRE COUNCIL'S NOMINATIONS. PEEL SHIRE. ' The' returning onicer for Peel Shire, Mr. C. W. Flynn, officially declared the nomin ations yesterday. Little interest was mani lested, only the press and a couple of shire 'councillors. being present. As there are more candidates than there are councillor.? to he elected, a poll will be taken on Satur day. the 28th inst. Ballot papers will be posted to each elec-' tor, and., must be returned to reach the Tain worth ]>Qst office not later than C o'clock of the afternoon of the polling day. The ollluial declaration of the poll will be made at the polling place, the Peel ijhire office, on f Monday, the 30th January, at noon. Ah advertisement with instructions to electors appears in another column.
PRIMITIVE SURGERY. CONTRAST BETWEEN TWO OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
PRIMITIVE SURGERY. CONTRAST BETWEEN. TWO OPERA TIONS. I Th© wonderful progress made in surgical snisx'o is well illustrated by the accounts ol' two operations—one from tli» London Hospital, and the other from tlio lonely island of Tristan' da Cunha, in the Eolith Atlantic, 2000 miles west of Capetown. The operation at the London Hospital was carried out with (jre.it success by means of a novel apparatus for wiring tocher the ends of a broken bone. The instrument, which was invented by Professor Lnmbotli, of Paris, consists of a strong pliable wire of softened German, silver, on which a screw thread lias been cut. A nut runs loosely on this thread. One surface of the v.-ire for its last- eij_'ht inches is flattened out so that, below tlio nut the wire has one flat surface and one round ed. "In wiring n broken bone," one of the officials at . the hospital 'explained, "tlie ;".ul'&lt;;eon, after having separated the soft parts Covering ' the i'risciuro, bunds the fliit iwned en...
COCKBURN SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
CQCKBURN SHIRE. Mr. A. 0. McLeod, returning officer for Cockburn Shire, also declared the nomina tions, for that shire at noon yesterday. The attendance was double that at the Peel Shire. Mr. P. O. Murray being the only one nominated for B riding, was declared elected. There were two other nominations in, but one Was infpralm, and the other came too late,- arriving by post yesterday ihorning. . A poll for the other ridings will be taken on the '28th, under the same conditions as set forth above for the Peel Shire. An advertisement, giving, all particulars about the election, appears in this issue.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
WHOOPING COUOII. ■ This disease is more likely to lie con tracted when a child has a cc!d. Accord-' ing to published, statistics more deaths- re sult/from whooping cough than from scarlet fever, yet in all our experience we have never heard of. a case that did not recover when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was used. It liquifies the tough mucous, makes it easy to expectorate, and renders the paroxysm of coughing less freqiiont and less severe. Sold by all chemists and storekeepers,'
BALCONY BEDROOM. LADY'S APPLICATION FOR AN INJUNCTION. NEIOHBOURS' DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
BALCONY BEDROOM. o:0— I.ADY'S APPLICATION AN l.N.J UNCTION. .N'UIGmiOl'US' j.MSPUTiC. An aimisini;' dispute between neighbours j lat Hovo.wus disclosed in the Chancery Hi- I j vision befoi'o Mi*. Justice \Yamnion on n mo I tion by Mrs. Selitm Chandlers lor an injnnu ! tion restraining Mr. John Kord from erect 1 ing a canvas bedroom on his balcony. | Mr. 11. Terrell, K.C., said that the plain I tiff was on elderly lady who purchased No. 10, Kind's Gardens, Hove, some years ago for .£10,000. Mr, Kord had talcen'No. !), j Ho appeared to bt> r/nf'Vrim: Irom a form of ill-health which had induced his doctor to prescribe as much o^en-air life, day and night, as possible. Mr. Kord had accordingly crected on tho first floor balcony of No. S) st canvas structure, which he u*e&lt;l ur a hod* room. Mr. Kord in hi# affidavit* .submitted that ho did not us- it u* a bedroom, but ihat he only bad his bed in it and slept there. (Laughter.) ('oUn^el contended that? this was usjn/4 it as a...
GULLIBLE INVESTORS. £2[?],000,000 LOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
GULLiBLE investors. ) £2:.GOO,000 LOST. In tlio Cieat New York "shy Scraper," .known as the Klutiron Building, where they had palutial offices, there -were arrested on November 21 the tfiree chief officers of a .orptir.ition which, according to statements madi by ovemment officers, had secured in the past- few years "between eiyht and tan millions sterling for stoelcs and shores j In various mitring and oil companies, none j ";f' whieli ever paid any dividends, and most of which Jiud been complete failures." The prisoners were Messrs. Sheldon C. Burr, l'Yank H. Tobev, and Jluireno H. Burr. They were tried before the Federal C'nmini-wiovsr. Mr. Shields, with using the mails, for fraudulent purposes, and were,re leased in bail of '£-1000 obeli. LATI?ft PARTICULARS. A New 'Yorlc telegram of' November 2-1 saidTho raid executed' .two * days at'.o at the palatial establishment;- in Now York of a firm of company promoters. alleged to be of the "j:et-rifli;C|iii(:k" vnriety, which for •vear...
RESIGNATION OF HON. SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. AFTER 27 YEARS' OFFICE. COMPLIMENTARY REFERENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
KS16NATI0N 0F HON, SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. . . o:o :— after zr years' office, >. '' COMPLIMENTARV REFERENCES. ..-At tlte = Agricultural Societies' Committee ;;alf,etlng' yesterday, Mr. G. J-oder, who lias, _■ ShM'n. hon. secretary oC tlie Society for 27 sent. in his resignation. Failing ||ugaHb .caused him to take this step, and . .finreral -speakers expressed their regret at Jltoe Severing of Mr. Loder's connection with dissociation. ,r-V Among others, the chairman, Mr. Mathe ' MOD, caid he felt sure all would sympathise «ntu Mr. Locler in the state of health which ; jtoon^ht about his resignation. They all the great Interest lie had always tak in the welfare of the Association; no W»* iwai too much for him to do, and he . .forth every exertion he was capable of rdifward Its Interests. They all agreed had "been said, and he was con .. •■irU>jp*A thct at. future shows no presence /*»«iali3- bo missed more than that of. Mr. S Loder, " a' Vjilr." Nankcrvls^ in moving ...
WORLD MEAT TRUST, ADVANCE IN PRICES PREDICTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
WORLD MEAT TRUST, ADVANCE in prices predicted. With the sole exception of the Australas ian trade, the meat-producing industry of the entire world is now controlled by a trust, says the "S.M. Herald.", with 'headquarters in America, ami a prediction has been made that heavy advances in prices will result. Details of tin; operation of this gigantic trust, reached Sydney recently. It appears that as far back as .June, 1SC9, the Reef Trust commenced to extend its operations to Argentina, although- indignant denials were made at the time, both inside and out side, as well as in Chicago. In that period, it seems from the informa tion received by United Slates Consuls, the Beef Trust has carried its schemes of world conquest a long step towards realisation. "For a long time past".we are told, accord ing to reports published in both the British and Arneiican press, "United States packers have been investing their prolits in big ran ches and pack inc. houses in Argentina. They have absorbed...
NOTE. AN EXPERIMENTAL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
NOTE. An EXPERIMENTAL FARM. c-uTbo determination °V the Committee of the / •AfeHcili'tYiiill As'sociiiiicii to urge the Depart ■ | establish an experimental farm in the ".'i ^kiiiwOrth district is to be commended. The , i Cppnakuititfe rightly points out that tlio oli rintl soil conditions at Glen Innes, :wllor&lt;j nn experimental farm has been estab r.jwhpd for the hoi'tli, are different to those &lt; • to-.xTamworth and contiguous districts, and • ■-ijie i-esulfcs accruing from experimental fnrm conducted in New England are of prac tically little use for the education of the V.fiirfaiers hereabouts, where conditions are dif •'■#Srejitt. .For instance, a great deal of ntten " iei given to the growing of fruit, notably ..;»j>ples, at tho Glen Innes farm, and although V>5R»mwortli diotrict is jmitablo for the produe V>f-fruit of certain kinds, varieties which ./JQjtysiah in Now England do no' good in a. ijJPRWt' climate. There are other crops ex -jerimented ...