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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

SUMMARY, ^ Fifteen people were killed and CO in jilted »n a passenger train wreck in Cape Colony. A message from Tasbkend (Kussian Tiirkei tan) ^states unconfirmed rumors are circulat ed that the towns of Prahevalsk and Pish pek, each containing 8000 inhabitants, wert destroyed by earthquake ou Wednesday, that a lake has been formed ou the site 'of f the latter place. • :• •1'°m Winnopes statea a number.'1 / of South African veterans have receired *■»> offer of money and position t0 join the . Mexican revolutionists. The letters received^ are mysteriously forded, and 'NeW.iBSa?^ Aexas, is mentioned as suitable' rendezyofo. . _J.rot^ description given the New/York i' police believe that, two mef shot iri!tbe L&y" NeVvrwf f" °n ,Wedaesday "'ore wanted ii* • Ymk i<"" a jewel robbery. ' • • Bank),^fdent °f th° Washington. Saviag» ^ W £tt ari'£Sfced °n a Char80 o.f 8teaI< : | £16.000, the property of the bank. Severe snowstorms in Italy 'have comply ly in...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

Turner & Carey, TUI: UP-TO-DATE TAILORS Pee! Streot. TAMWORTH. AH tlio latest materials . "stocked. : .... . Fit. Style ami Wbrkrunn-. ship Guaranteed. M.r-t' i:n-tn-dnte' ami 'mst r.ssorted stock in" 'J'limwVirtli oi Watches, lingngewarit Uin"s Wo.-Miim t'.inus, iirooehes, ifcinglcs, .eta-it (.rtwaiiesi. Prices in town. Our wti.-lics -unraiiteod. . 'H«lit tested free. Don't forget ALBElt'L' SMfi'II (next. Central Hotel). Tainworth's Iie.nliiit; Jeweller, and Optician. Tamwbrth. Permanent Ktitual Benefit' BiuMing1 ara Investment Society. EXAMPLE OP HE-PAYMENT OF A LOAN OF. £100 FOll 10 YEARS. ' A person borrowing £100 (4 shares), for. 10 jMVrs. has to repay in that timo by Inonthly instalments of £1/7, totalling £162. These ru-jiarinriits mean an annual payment of £16/-t. After paying for 8 years a borrower would have repaid £12'J/12. Judging, trom the-re sults of tho past four years thero should be ' added to this amount by way o! Bonus (£1 per share, equal to £4 per annum)...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

SPORTING. (iiy "Amateur.") Stthlike," winner o£ the Carrington Stakes. I , : \;:U the greatest outsider that lias ever cap \ " "itfre'd a i'ace ot this description and gave Tew "outside the books cause for re 1 "Jolting when his number was .hoisted on '^'Saturday last. At Sun like'* first start over (; Jot\ve1ve" months ago punters fell over them ; 'pelves to take 2 to 1 and 6 to 4 about hirudin , aPai-lk Stakes hut he was badly served at the barrier and thereby lost whatever chance, he might have possessed. Ho was i '* tiobmed as something good, but his stihse ■ 'qiie'nt'form dispelled that idea, and I riaubt ■ ■."if many sporting, men knew he was in the .. . '? Carrington Stakes until they.'saw that he had won. He is- trained by Jimmy Barden -. which is a_ good start for him to open up , his winning account with a race like this. Owned by John Brown, of Prince Feote .fame, he is by Simile, who it will bo re ..^.membered, finished in front of the horses in the Sydney Cup of 1903 af...

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GENERAL DEBILITY IN MEN. Bile, Bcans a Grand Medicine which Keeps the Liver in Order. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

t."ENERAL DEBlUlY IN MliN. Bile,BeansJ'a Grand 'Medicine which Keeps 't'1*?:'-v7 ' • -*he Liver in .Order. Itr. Goot'iio GuiU, of Fiulier Stvcet, C.llf ■ ton.' (}.. Kiiys: --"A while airo T .was feclins; V,;\",.verj' bad indeed.. livcrything seemed to by heiore in;' even, followed by a headache. I felt .altogether unfit, ■'■lor husnie.-o, noi wialiiiii; in mil; to any- ! .body. While , conversing with a traveller lit niy shop. ho remarked that I.loo.Ued 'owl. *to/..'.'ol..Vbrtb,' and advised iik< to try Bile Means, .■'."ut the same lime handing nle a lew. C.:. "I tit once look a dose which luul such :i belit'ticial ciTi.-ul. that 1 continued with liile ...; tUrnivs. Boon ilu> headnehes oraynd and all -.,_votlier ^ymjilom:- or iiilliouiiiio^x disappeared. lJllo .Means, cu led me I have tell unite e.'.'i. well.^ Tlioy arc indeed a splendid medicine." 'Wneu I lie liver . is, sltiwelsli the whole : .'system is upset. e'amdiij; headaches. eonsti- ' : -j .jiiUion. anil bilio...

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NELLIE STEWART. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

NELLIE STEWART. - • f btr*; Nellie Stowart will conclude her ■ ' N«tr Zealand tour within the next fortnight, whan »ho will raturn to Sydney and re embark for i30t»rt, where on February 3 the pofmlar a£*r«»s is umouncod to open tho e&w th«n.tr»». It ie twrrist season in Ho bart, mu2 visit—for tfvreo ■ > nights—ir*K iuVi to tho of .the holiday. , The Ntr»* 3atui».r.<i tour has b»en successful ; to «i T«K»»;4:ru>!e •ittgr.w. Only tho one plav, ^ ' "Sweat N«]i of 01c Drnry," was travelled. This policy will Irt adheroil to in the suc o.'Ksion of tovms ahead of Miss Stewart. Af : tor ITobarr.,N Lar.iirf-.ton :uul the "West Coast oi Tasmania \ \vi 11 follow. The company will thou cross to Victoria, where the first town on tbci touring list is Geelons. Miss Stewart) . • is :u»n«uxced to appear in tliirty-tivo towns v ■ in Victoria, thirty-eight in New South Wales, , and ten in Queensland.

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. The municipal elections take place on Sat urday, January 28. Nominations have to be Jn hand seven clear days before that date. . It will bo remembered that at the last elec tions a numlier of nominations were found to be informal, as sanitary and other Tat-es wore unpaid. So that everything will be in brder, it will be necessary for all rates to be paid seven clear days before nomination day. Prospective candidate's should, there fore, have their rates paid a few weeks ahead to be on the safe side. Some names new to ' municipal honors are mentioned as probable ' candidates, and among those most likely to come forward are Messrs. A. Harcourt, F. 1 j. llcMaion, A. A. Cohen, P. G. Smith, and • F. "W. AWorman. L '

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. THE TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

' LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. THE TEMPERATURE. Following are the readings for past tiro days:—Wednesday, maximum, SO; mini mum, G3. Thursday, maximum, S9; mini mum, G4.

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The Tamworth Daily Observer SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7, 1911. THE INFLUENCE OF SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

SATURDAY HYMNING, JAM'AKV 7, 1!lll. THE "INFLUENCE OF SPORT." There is a certain type of visitor lo thU country who invariably allslils huivic-uly ! Irom nil oversea vessel. takes lunch :it one I of Sydney'* well-known restaurants, catchc; | • the Urisbane express I Ik* same afternoon. ! . and on reaching the Northern Capital is i interviewed, and thence rushes to Mel . bourne and Adelaide, in time to catch a big j and popular liner for "home," where on i arrival, he manufactures a book 011 his | impressions of Australia, the degenerncy of the people, and the alleged usurpation by sport of all other important matters atTect : ing the external and internal Interests of tii6 Commonweal. Particularly is the "whole-hearted devotion to sport" quoted, which Is ntagniiled into special prominence beside other misrepresentations. But. the unthinking person who wildly rushes around this vast continent, and adjudges t.lie poopio, from lightning conceived imprcs . sions, in liis library at home...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

\KTANTED.—Person to'milk, with general " »a knowledges of farm work. A, E. Kay, ■ Durf. _ . 1 r*~——' --i ^PRAYED.—Red bally bullock, branded , WAO. Owner have soma by paying ex j penses. If not olaiincd within fourteen days . ■wilt bo sold; W. Bielefeld,.Duri. TV^EW , Cottage to; lot, Wiest Tamworth, Ghurch-street. Apply, 0. Austin, State IN THE SUPREME "COURT OP NLW ! SOUTH WALES, Probitfce Jurisdiction..! In the estate of JOSEPH HAHOI<D BAR LING, late of .Gidley near Tumwortli, in the ■StatQ/of New South Wales farmer and graz ier deceiused intestate. Application will bo nirulo after fourteen days from tlie publica tion hereof that Administration of the Es tate of tho abovonamed tleceasSd may be granted to James Barling of Mosman Sydney in the said State the fattier of tlio Raid, deceased and all noticos may be served .at tlio offices of the undcrsiKhod to whom all porsoiis having any claims against tlie said I ostate are requested to send particulars thereof within the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

A ' DAXGlCHOUS"mn?., Between the sues ivf 45 io 53 is a moat li,yiiii: mill dangerous timo lor women folk. It is ufc tliis timo that certain health change® occur which il" properly treated cause «io in-' conveniences, but which if neglected may re sult in a vci'v serious condition' of both body and mind. The Ladies' CoHep> of Health very properly devotes a special department to this phase of woman's health with won- . (lerfullv successful results. A hook advising women what io do at this time will be seiit freo provided 3d. is remitted for postage. Those relu> \v<nil<[ liko a copy slxiuld send to Dept. T, fiHtlies' Colle.no of Health, 177 Iiiv orpool-strcet, Syvi-'ey, The book is well worth its weight iu sow., as thousands of wbiiiea can! testify. A great riyiiBdy f°r summer weakneas-aftd want'of eviargy—NEMIA IXJNJO.*

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The Tamworth Daily Observer SATURDAY, JANCARY 7, 1911. LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

Tamworth laSSy Observer SATURDAY, JAXfl'AKV 7, 1911. ;^Scal'sovtiiiiiiNT "elegtsonsT •, v Nomiiintion.i lor the Shire elections diseloso ^t&erlinpalntable luct that- intwiv.t- «»n the part the ratepayers was not sufficient to induce Requisite' muaber ol: ^outioinun to oh'tT »'<fefcir-BervicD3 f0r "i* Ruling, Cockburn Shire, ■result is illy (.xoveniar-iu-Couiieil will to appoint. a councillor for that ritliuj;. ...ffbfehe-is-uot-a-ibore regrettable feature than .tbfl'.hptktliy of tiho raitHuijers towards l0sat ^JfcoyidiiTiineut, while at the same-time there is xVSotj' "a mora important question, and one t.Wliah has more ri'al effect. upon tho com-, .^unity's interests than out- IShires and Mvtni 'administration. It. is the essence ot ( jl^higrbsfi,vand tiiorofore lack oi interest is Belfcaflietdon of harm. "Whilo this spirit of indifference eSists retrogression must fol low and expand until it bocomes a burden to ^b,$;i municipality or shire. Hy Legislative "Act po...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

Sydney! ftarrlson, .Tones nnd Ddvlln, Ltd., report: Vftioat. Tlie bulk of arrivals during the purchase, lience'sales fii consignment \ beat j have nob'boon v6rv extensive. Old wheat ex stro is nob in favor, bttJfcrB preferring the utrnger new wheats which r.re now arriving ! iroclv. For choice now samples the buying ruto is 3/7 to 8/7J Sydney, medium to gdod 3/5 to 3/6, ol<l-Wheat, clean' and free -om smut and weevil,.nominally, quoted at 3/6 to 3/6J, chick wheat from 3/ upwards per bush el. . ■ Maize.—Prime Samples', free from any trace of weevil ore in fair demand at 2/7 good, 2/6 seconds 2/4 to 2/5, .prime white 2/7, sec imds 2/6 pfcr bushel! Considerable quan tities aro advised for arrival at the week end, and which may probably affect this range of values unfavorably. . Chaff.—Hfcuvy arrivals, both local and in tor-State are, reported, |iut so far the mtfr ket has boon well tiiaintiiined, 'and in a f- i instances improvement ,hcs boon noted to the extent bt 3/6 per. ...

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QUIRINDI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

OXIIRINDI. . William Cadell reports the recent sales' of tlio following properties iind stock made by ' liim direct, and m conjunction with other '■jigonta:— Properties.—A/c the Xt;\v Zealand and Aus trhjiui Land Co., Ltd., tlie following graz inS"f:>nns tioar Currahulj'tihi: 12S0 acres free. "M<1 to XI. ,J. Daly, nlro adjoining block of 430. acres freehold to samo buyer; 1280 . acres freehold to J'olin Daly, and 407 acres freehold to Jas. Daly, all at satisfactory , prices. A/c William Weathcrly : A subdivifs , ion,of 1-1,732 aercr. freehold, of Colly Creek estnte, divided into -77 portions, averaging £4/10 per acre; al.-o a jo samo owner, 34 Brapdel'd Village lot-, at very satisfactory 'price?. A/p .John .CV.pman h's farm -No, 15 Colly Creli, eouttiiuini; till acrcs freehold, !|t a s:itisfncto!'y_price: and have several Eoo'J properties - now under offer- in this dis . t'ri;l-. • ' Stock.—Rlieep off shears: A/c Wm. Wea tliorly, 3102 wether weaners, 1315 crossbred ho^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

II.WOOL BROKERS. FAT-STOCK SALESMEN. STOCK awo STATION AGENTS SHEEPSKINS: HIDES. TAltOW. RABBIT SKIWS .MARSUPIftl SKINS. WHEAT. OATS. CHAFF &e.. :/ Circular Quay; Syonex. LUCK? MEN!! A Three Weeks' Sale OF HIGH-CLASS MEN'S WEAR. Right early in January when most men are re plenishing thpir wardrobes, we announce this Three Weeks' Sale of Men's Wear—everything reduced to prices you cannot resist. The Opening Day is Saturday, 7th and we'll expect you that day or very soon after. J. W. ROGERS, ■ " Where Men Dress Better." Peel-street, Tamworth. " As wholesome and as deliciously flavored as; the freshly caught fish, Either hot, or straight from the tin. SCRQLL SALMON supplies a variety of tasty dishes im possible in aiiy other fish food. BOOMERANG BRANDY "BOOMERANG'1 is the ORIGINAL BRAND, and has NEVER BEEN EQUALLED by any other Australian Brandy. .. . It is held in the Highest Esteem by the Medical Profession. WELCOME NUGGET TOBACCO IS the HIGHEST GRADE TOBACCO manufactured by ...

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THE REFERENDA. Mr. McGowen, on being asked for a statement on Wednesday, said:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

THE REFERENDA. Mr. McGowen, on being' asked for a state ment'on Wednesday':'' said.:— "The Cabinet ynve consideration to this mntter, nnd came, to tho conclusion that, inasmuch as. this, .was a mntter l-..v,vpen the Federal Parluunent and'1 its Federal consti tueiite, it was not one of tho matters on which tho State Cabinot wouTj be called upon to give a collective dletsion or take collec tive notion. N "Tlio Cabinet took the .view that any de cision. arrived at by "it should he ono cap able of being enforced, if necessary, by the action of tho Parliament which it repre sented. If tho ^Cabiflet expressed a collec tive opinion ,in regard to the referenda this could not be supported by any action of Par liament itself. For ,example, if Cabinet de cided that this action «f the Federal Go vernment was inimical to the interests of, the Sbate, it. would not-be ahlo to enforce that decision by any Act of Parliament. It might pass a resolution of tho House, but that resolution would )ljo. e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

Kerr's Hiuh Grade Lever Watch, Gun Metal Case. Ladies' and Gents' Siaci, ill/- post free. THE MOTED SYDNEY HOUSE For Gcnuins Jewellery Bargain!. rf rlfldP rant'. oc«t *L c\u«Uty,i;5 5«. po*t free. \sma Modal* and Trophies a speciality* Solid Gold Medal .•5TI nn sketch, J'ricc J5/* Special Catalog •Vjr of Sports Medals, etc., on request. W. KERR Select nt, leisure from \V. Kerr's handsoni1 JEWELLERY CATALOGUE Sent post free. Orders by Post receive ■. just us much attention 5 Personal Shoppe Manufacturing Jeweller, 542-544 George Street, Sydney, (opp. Town Hall) Pretty Penrl Crescent Brooch. Prlec IS/, post lrec»

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

An Ex-Matron of the I Condobolin Hospital I Praises the Great Remedy J Clements Tonic1-—i Many persons recommend this medicine bccause they see the direct result of it in renewed strength in convalescent patient*. *Many others also rely upon it, and recom mend it to suKcrers bccause it is a good nerve remedy. Here is a testimony, given by Niirse Holland, late Acting-Matron of .the Condobolin Hospital, New South Wales. Siie writes:— "Your medicine gives -rapid relief in cases of Indigestion, Nervousness, Biliousness Sick Headache, and Aneemia, or in poor blood in women. Often in cases in the country, where 1 was acting-matron, I have seen evidence of its wonderful health- >; restoring poweYs' ■ "in" weak, ■ anaemic and nerve-wrecked women, who, after taking a brief course of it, have recovered so much as to surprise their friends. I think this rapid nerve recovery1' ' is due to the healthful , and ; . strengthening effect the medicine has upon the stomach, creating appetite, enric...

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MARKET REPORTS. TAM WORTH. Nathan Cohen and Co., Ltd. sport:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

MARKET REPORTS. • TA.M WORTH. . Nathan Cohen and Co., I,lc! >novt: — 'l'at Cattle.—A fairly soc:; . -.I'dinf; com prising sor.u' nice quality■ steers mid heifers. j witli f> few pens of larger cattle. There were only the locnl buyers present and as the supply was if anything iti excess of {lio fleaand value:; rulpii about equal io ):<st Silo, lifilil weight bullocks and steers .moot• ins with best competition and mailing io £5/10, heavier bullocks to £5/12, h^iii'is £4/12 We eold: Account Messrs. Wro. Hyem and Sons, (i bullocks at £5/10, 6 do. at £5/10, C do. at JC5/9. 6 do. at .C.i/fi, (i steers at £5/4: a/c Thomson, 1 heifer £5/14, 1 cow £5/6. I steer £• 1/t3; a/c oivcer, 1 bullock £G; a/c Doolan, I steer £3; a/c W. Kvans, cows at £3/7. I hef ' fer £2/!t; a/o \Y. Uordon, 1 tow .C1, 2 rsalera.at £1/2, cow £:!/12, steer C2/14. Pat Sheep - About (>0» penned but only one yard of prime wethers, balance were ewes . ,anil hoggets of medium quality. Biddings ' .were sl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

A Prcgrs.sive Company of-'Wool' and Prod jca Brokers, Kftnh of tho Company directly tnnlrnlH ii (k'fiAtiinrnt. of th« business ami ;«ivM pon»wml nu union lo flisji-fcal »>/ nil i.uHn^iKncnts. Tiie r«mipftny fdl'i »m?y WOOL gtirf< PkOOUCii, *o tho wJin!i* nine and attention of DhvMors un.l Staff ore u.jiicontruU'd on *t.'curio£ ••ittir© satis faction to consignors of tin^r lin<»a. (.*«U and set when wzt tmcji. Officos: 44 Bridge Street, Sydney,

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STANDARDS V. ALBIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

STANDARDS V. ALBION'S. Another competition match played be tween tho abovo teams eventuated on the N'o. 2 Ovah Th'o latter team batted all the afternoon for the loss of five wickets. E. Hyinan played a, lirstelass innngs for 125 not out, in which lie hit twelve fours, 'ion scores are:— ALBIOXS.—First Innings. R. Hyman, not oub 12o C. Kelly, b J. Tribe 28 F. Loath ley, c Jenkins, b Linscombe .. 25 C. Breaksnenr, 1) l.inscombp ,13 I. Sextv. o Hopkins, b Lipscombo .. •. 22 —. Walker, c Molviild, b Tribe .. .. 18 Sundries .. 10. Total for five wickets 272

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