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The DasHwoods. CHAPTER III.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

The 'Basilwoods; . V.y Steele Uiuui; auiilor or "On om- Selec tion,, .; "Our Now Selection." . etA. &i#» * v : CHAPTER til.—(Continued). : "Why1 this silence, why are vou so cold • iO me,,.K,'ite? ^Have.you not one .little won! j .. ,9!'f°l me?.- Ali-h!" ami 1.1 n; Inspector v s I." oi'Sli 11 series of,tragic antics pecu- | ^ liar to propta who love to excess. 'But it ..was, 110 use.-All -the response lie.could ex v* tiar.l from the., gul was a long, far-away , : -!i>(?li. .trim Inspector lugged at liis sleeves }. displayed symptoms of desperation set ' tills i" '1 * j .4"Theivyou refuse bv love?" he yelled in a . violent outburst. , : • j , < :;Knto answered with a faint bow. ! "Ah-li-U! -Then, you love another?" j . "Yos, she loves ariotlier!" came .uuexpect _ edly from the hero of the play, wlio strolled _ and calmly confronted; the Inspector. • "And what have you to say to him?" - The official cne was knocked all of a heap ■ for a second or two. :, , "Oil, ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EVERTON GRANGE. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

EVERTON GRANGE. MELBOURNE, Saturday. Efforts to refloat the Everton Orange, which is ashore at Kangaroo Island, have failed. There are 190 passengers aboard the vessel.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHEEP STEALING. STARTLING DISCLOSURES EXPECTED. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

/SHEEP STEALING. STARTLING DISCLOSURES EXPECTED. ADELAIDE, Saturday. Slioop stealing revelations at Tantanoola provide *t!io biggost sensation for many years. It is believed Edmondson's arrest will result in startling disclosures with regard to tho niagnitudo of oporations by an organ ised gat^ o1" thieves.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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DUMPING GROUND FOR CRIMINALS. WEST AUSTRALIAS UNENVIABLE POSITION. PARTH, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

DUMPING GROUND FOR CRIMINALS. WEST AUSTRALIAS UNENVIABLE POSITION. X- aRTH . Saturday. /Tlio Cliiof Commissioner of Police states ill ft t indecent assaults on female children nro b'ccoriiing very prevalent, ami recommends flogging. He ndds tluit Western Australia 'I, a dqpiping ground for criminals from all thijl other States. ?

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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MANNING THE FLEET. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

MANNING THE FLEET. SYDNEY, Saturday. Alio Minister For Pcfcnco lias ascertain il that 23(51 officers and man will bo required to . man tlio new fleet unit. lIocniitinK is proceeding. Early action wilt bo taken to establish training schools.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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PREMIER TO ATTEND CORONATION. PARLIAMENT TO MEET EARLIER, SYDNEY, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

PREMIER TO ATTEND CORONATION. PARLIAMENT miEET EARLIER, SYDNEY, Friday Afternoon. In rnnspqiionoc of Mr. .McGowon's accept an.:e of an invitation to niton.! I lie Oori.iisi Hon. it in probnlile thnc ihe Suuo I'nrlia mr>i,t Will mcpi. HUM II o:iili-.-r tli;in iln* .!ulp tnij;iHaiiy iukMuIort. It is believnl 1 lio ses sion wiU coimiK'ii.'o enviy next niontii, nnu be brought to a close early in April in orikv to enable the Premier to leave for London tibont the middle of the month.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Lastest News by Telegram. PRESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. TRAFFIC DELAYED. ELECTRIC WIRE BREAKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

PUFISS TEfiRGriAPMIC ASSOCIATION. TRAFFiSJELAVED. ELECTRIC WIRE BREAKS. The whole of the tramway traffic aloni* Eltt and Cnstlernngh streets was hold m> for some time this morning in consequence of an overhead wire breaking. Many people In the vicinity had narrow escapes from serious injury from the live electric wires.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TODAY'S ROCKFIELD RACES, SYDNEY, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

TOOAVS itOJ-hlELD RACES, SYDNEY, Friday Afternoon. "Martindale" tips:—Flying Handicap, Hurley Water, Adjacent, Ayreline; .Timip- I ors' Klut Uace: Clnydoii Common, Xeirlu), Pharos; Apprentices' Handicap: llaze, Chaste, Miss Luna; Nursery Handicap: .Mil ziano, Bel Sorel, Lady Pamela; January Handicap: Paul Karon, C.T., Ulue Flyer; Scarborough Welter: Barley 'Water,-Lady Ad die, Classic. "Early Bird" fancies: Fying Handicap: Manchester or Sylvandcr, Adjacent, Snow foot; Jumpers' Flat Race: Farroll, Claydon Common, Old Blue; Apprentices' Handicap: Chaste, Swagger, Valinia; Nursery Handi cap: Counterpoise, Strutliio, Lady Pamela; January Handicap: Tinsel, Pan Out, Paul Ncron; Scarborough Welter: Barley Water, Pomfrey, Classic.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

' TO CUKE INDIGESTION. . and Stomach Troubles it is necessary to ' ' Ts-vUt- after lncals some harmless preparation • ' tvhioli will supply tho\natural digestive fluids - . ; which overy weal; stomach lacks. And tlio ' best- preparation of this character is J)r. , Sheldon's Digestive Tahules, which contain ail the natural diiie-st-ants which nnturo re quires for prompt .digestion. Ona or two i tiikon after meals mil prevent souring, fer ■ mentation, anil acidity, am] ensure completo • ( digestion and assimilation, 2s lid per tin. ' - Obtainable nt all stores, and Pullman's Phar ' ! maoy.* .V NTCMIA' TOXIC builds up tlio system, en I ricliing tlie blood and strengthening tho ner ves.*

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SEVERE STORMS. HEAVY DAMAGES. SYDNEY, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

SEVERE STORMS. HEAVY JAMASES. SYDNEY, Friday Aflevnoon. A very severe storm occurred at 'Mount lloreb, near Adelong, yesterday afternoon. Several buildings were wrecked. A disas trous storm also passed over Coro'.va dis trict, trees ln'inj; tipnni'od and <to»is lovol leji to the ground. U\ torrent:"*.

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

DELPHIN WATER FILTERS. Cood, w1k)1c«c«o drinking water.Is one of the most important things for the pre servation of good health. All larger com munities pay duo ii«i;anl to this principle of hygiene. by securing a plentiful supply of pood drinking water, often from a great distance. • Where the. conn'.rnction of water works ■ -not. possible, or whore the conditions of . i fjenerally exclude the olianee of ; .-isnrltip pure drinking water, it becomes i necessary to provide such a supply by • it moans., ::n. Uttering cell is made of a recently ii ••tile'!, artificial stone, which works ex i i Ins iv well, produces an abundance of , i i iod■-.vau'r, and removes from the water i i'AinliiatiiiK substances. By simply I i li'n^ the surface of the filtering stone - ••• id a Mi^.lium hard brush, these impurities • !i li: easily removed and the stone re el A= a special precaution it. is ad* :i> sterilize the stoue once a week '>: i n!K. • : 'lAnie-.! bacteriological examination has •i t...

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

SPORTING NOTES. l;. HORSERACING. . W A l<Ii Alt A n A11 HACKS. "Oiio «f (lie best- meetings ever how," WM; Uio opinion ol most sports who had visited a)lali:i<lali lor tile past live and twenty years. 'Dm course was in .splendid order, while (lie Jirraiigolneiits reflected the greatest credit on the secretary, .Mr. Jenkins, and »I1 the ollieials. A crowd of fully 700 per sons attended, mill enjoyed a most pleasant day. President I'slcller supervised arrange ments, and Mr. H. 1,. Maedonald acted ai judge. Mi-. 1'. .|, Scanlon eapalilv Tilled the \Kisitictn at- the j--ra(es. Mv. O'Connor was the "Deputy .StiiK'iidiarv Steward, hut his duties Were light ; one frivolous protest against, A.L.G. lor l»iniping and crossing Urania ill the big race being quickly settled. •Money was plentiful and betting good, the ]H'iH-iller.s having a good call over the pnnb eis, so that- evidently veteran liandicapper Nicholl, who was present and wreathed in smiles, planted them well....

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

CRICKET. A vary interesting cnmp of cricket was played o» tt 10 Richmond Parle Ovnl, jvlion liielnnond l.adies' Cricket (Mill) played Hex lev Ladies' Cricket ('lull, ten aside. Tlio name resulted in a draw, liielnnond liavinu 1 to rlosn tlieir inliin:;s mi account of the Imd . liulit. Miss Ivy Devlin excelled with tlio ball I liy taking si'Vt'u wickets (or 41 runs. She was a member nT tlio New South Wales la dies' tonni which visited Victoria last, sea son, where slio also proved herself u Imwler. The scores were:—liexley: K. Ko^lnnd, stumped. Ii I,. IIoiikIi, 1 ; Mrs. Dwyer, o Allen, I) Devlin, M.-Parley, b Devlin, 'r>; T!. D,mnnn, l> Devlin, 1"; V. (.'raij;, li Dev lin, 1; V. Hose, <• Allen, 1) Devlin, 0; R. Preddy. Ii Devlin, 12; It. Rose, retireil, I!'!!; V. Varley, not out, U; Mrs. T-f. Donniui, I) Devlin, li); .sundries, 9. Total, Rich mond: .1. Devlin,'li M. Varley, 11; L. ItmiRli, e and 1) Preddy, 0; X. Travis, 1) Pred dy, 1; .T. Allen, l> Preddy, 0; N. T...

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

SWiMMING. I (Veil Healy, at the Domain Raths, on Wednesday, nave the spectators something in tlio nature of a surprise. Ho was a starter ill' the 1320 yards (President's Cup) handicap, which is in the nature of a yuido to the selectors of the representatives in the Aus tralasian championships, and showed that apart from being; a sprint nml middle dis tance swimmer, he is a e'-'ent distance man. Healy, Harold Hardwirk (distance champion of Xew South Wales), W. T,nn;»«'oi'tTi (Hose Ray), and AVilkes (of Maitland), started in the same heat., Healy alul Hardwiek were on scratch, while I.ontiworth received lOsec and Wilkes 1 osec. Henlv did not show to atlvati t.ako in the first 220 yards,- lint at MO yards ho had worked himself into a Kood position, and from that out he beiian to draw away from the others, winning hy ahont 30 yards. His time for the distance was 18min 5 4-Hsoo, 1 4-5see. outside K. 13. Tieauropa ire's Aus tralasian record. Healy will attompt to break fcho record in thn ...

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

CRICKET. The following team litis been selected to represent tlie Carlton C.C. in their match •with the Attunga C.C. on the Oval to-day and next, Saturday:—W. H. Leak, H. G. H. Read, C. Thomson, 13. McNamara, C. Shepherd, W. Trenerry, C. D. Leak, J. Patterson, W. Mc Ritchie, G. Smith, Richardson, and A, Flynn (12).

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"SURROUNDING THE ENEMY." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

"SURROUNDING THE ENEMY." I Ttiero' were a number of men In town on Thursday; who executed the military oper ations known as "surrounding the enemy," and evidently considered themselves privi leged to "make things lively." Four men were • brought, up at the court yesterday .mol'Biug charged with, on the previous day, ;uinoying fiot passengers in Peel-street. The local police who have always got a keen eye. for this sort ol' thing, intervened, the men were promptly locked up, and on being brought before tile Bench, were each fined.

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TILLERS OF THE SOIL. MOSE ABOUT IRRIGATION. (By "Unicorn.") [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

TILLERS OF THE SOIL, ;s«s iUOJtE ABOUT .IRRIGATION. (By "Unicorn.") In connection with tho import Ml subject or irrigation, reccnt uttermiees of the Hon orary Minister tor Agriculture, Mr. Trelle, are not only interesting but well worthy the consideration of "The man on the litnil." Said Mr. .Trefle:—"When the American farmer commences to emigrate to Australia in real earnest, I predict, n'practical inva sion of American agriculturalists. These men are desirable as futtire Australian citi zens, from whatever point of view you may take them. They have initialed and given birtli to the new system of dry farming, the system which Is going to make Australia, in spite of anythiii;; may do In, a legitimate way through ihe medium of irrigation, and no farmers in the world are so qualified as these West American farmers to deal with our Australian problems, it we except our experienced Australian farmers alone. They are men of board views, of great energy and initiative, and no doubt if Aus...

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

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. WEATHER FORECAST. Pine in the west, with cool SAV. winds; still unsettled and cloudy elsewhere, with further showers and thunderstorms, gradu ally passing to the coast and N.E. quarter.

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

| "*T7"ANTED Young Man as Groom. Apply | M Dr. Sexton, ijnvnl Hotel. XT^OUND, Gent.'s Ovorcont, Gunncdah 1 Roud. S. It. WALK Kit. "YXTANTKD, Four Good Ploughmen. » » Driveis only need apply. 0. Jeffries Britten, "Wondhouse," Gidley. '!• WANTKD.—Lads as Improvers, Grocery Department. Wages 7/0. Apply ' iu own handwriting. v narlos Retail, TTiraitcd. WANTKD Strong, Intelligent Lad, for Plumbing. One with previous experi-, j ence preferred. Hutler and Co. I \\7'AX'1,15D a superior Girl, as grin'or'nl. I ' » Apply Mrs. Andrew Rodgers/ At tungu, or Miss Benson, Kitzroy-street, WANTKD Man for Dairy. Must be able to milk wel). Apply G. and W. Thi ! buult. ' "lntT'ANTKD Smart Girl for Gi-sswaro Do » » ptwtment, during our Re>4)uildin: Sale. Apply at onse, Michael and Co. w [^ANTt-TD Smart Saleswoman for our » lino'. an<l Shoe Department, during, cix weeks of Michael and Co.'s Re-buildiug Sale WANTED.—1000 acres, rung and suoker ed. at Glenorie, 10 milos from 'fwn worth. Apply ...

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

MILITARY MEMOS. j The following military appointments have ^ been extended to tlio 31st March:—lith Aus tralian Liijlit Horse Regiment (New England j Light Hor.~c): Lieutenant u. H. R. Higin | botham (provisional); Quartermaster an J | Honorary Captain S. P. .Ciummer (Oth Aus I trulian Light Horse Regiment, Now England ] Light Horse), lias been transferred to the unattached list; 4th Australian Infantry Re ' piment, 1st Battalion.—2nd Lieutenant N. j G. M. Browne, hitherto borne as supernu [ merary, is brought on the authorised estab lishment.

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