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LANDS OFFICE REVENUE. The revenue for the Tamworth Lands Office for the quarter ending December 31, 1910, was £ll,l65/3/ll, made up as follows:—CROWN LANDS ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
LANDS OFFICE "REVENUE. The revenue for the Taynrortli Lands Of fice for tile quarter ending December 31, 1910, was £ll,lG5/:t/ll, made up as follows:— CROWN LANDiJ AC1-S. Auction • ... 207 10 !) O.P. Improvements .. .. .. 42 15 7 O.P. Deposits .. .. .. 2702 11 6 C.P. Instalments .. .... •V'..; 5170 18 11 Annunl' Leases .. .. , i 277 14 (5 Conditional Leases -1441 1 4 Residential Looses ...v . v;.-: 12 11 8 Sottlemeiit Leases . 234 8 11 Spccial Lcvses 152 14 3 Honwstsrtd Selection . 130 17 4 Trn>&lt;cr Pecs 207 5 0 SliscellnneoiiR .. .; Vi .Vr' SO 0 0. Cr.OSKTf SETTLEMENT ACTS. j Auction sales .. .. 248 12 7 I S.P. Instalments .. .. ... ... 171 6 l' - £11,105 3 11 Mrs. Piireell, seior, perhaps the oldest resident of the. district, passed away onrly t)iis morning. wired a Ferris Creok corre spondent to-day. The.deceased lady, who was 82 years of ago, was widely known. and re spected. '
INVERELL RACES. (By Wire.) INVERELL, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
INVERELL RAGES. (By Wire.} INVKRHT.Tj, Sntnrclny. The following weights were declared to-dny for tho two principal events to be run in connection with the Invevell .lockev Club's summer meeting, to be held next week:— NEW YEAR'S GIFT, Seven furlongs.— Crimson Wing 9.8, Otto Grafton 0.0, Chris sie 8.12, Vi&lt;;aro 8.8, Empirical 8.6. Simile 8.3, Utah 8.1, Aluric 8.0. Golden Glow 7.13, Lady Simon 7.12, Ola 7.0, Zither 7.5, Golde^ Gate 7.4, Lady Ascot 7.2. i IXVKKELL JOCKEY CLUB HANDICAP, one mile.—Crimson Wins Otto Grafton 8.12, Chrissie 8.10, Empirical 8.4, SimilVs 8.1, Utah 7.13, Alario 7.12, Golden Glow 7.11. Lady Simon 7.10, 01ft 7.4, Golden Gate 7.2. Ab a committee 'meeting of the Inverell •Tockey Club last night it was decide&lt;l to make the added money for the annual meet ing to bo held in April £H23, including £'100 for th0 big handicap.
BABY POLAR BEAR'S DEATH. THE STRANGE EXCURSIONS OF BARBARA AT THE "ZOO." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
BABY POLAR BEAR'S DEATH, j THE STRANGE EXCURSIONS OF BARBARA AT THE "ZOO." The birth'of two Polnr.benr cubs at tho Zoological Gardens recently has been speedily followed by the death of one of them a day or so Inter. Burbain, the mother bear, is evidently not wanting in affection, for she takes her re maining infant out for daily airings tucked a\r»v under one fore-leu. This well-nteant desire to show her child the sights of Re gent's. Park is causing the'authorities con siderable anxiety. Normally and naturally, mother and child should be lying—half-hibernating.—in a cosy den, and these excursions, it is feared, may result in fatal 'pneumonia to the Infant bear. Baby Polar bears first see the light In a very immature condition. A young fawn or young giraffe can trot almost as soon as It is born, but a white bear's cubs have not strength enough to wriggle back to their mother's side should she move a few inch es away. Barbara's education as a mother, in spite of her four families, t...
LOCAL CRICKET. ATTUNGA v. CARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
LOCAL CRICKET. ATTUNGA v. CARLTON. A competition match between the above towns was played on the show-[?,roUUd Wick et this afternoon. Tho Att.iinga team pluyed four lllOit short and made a |«ior stand. 'While their Innings lasted, scoring was fast. T. Wilkinson, Hie first man in, hit three fours and two six's, scoring -!). Foster played a very lair innings in which ho knocked Up H7—included in which wore six fourer*. '•lie only other hatsman to make a score wnrf Uowland. lit- was nt the eronso only a foiy ininut&lt;vs and compiled thirteen runs by live ly cricket, including one six ar.! a four. Tho innings closed for 8" runs. C. Shepherd and W. 11. I.oak opened (he innings for Carlton, the former having nuwo 17 runs when he was finely caught by Fitz gerald oft Foster. lie hit two six's and one four, having made 17 runs out of the 18 when tho first wicket fell.. Heavy rain commenced to fall nt about half-pnst four, and play was delayed for about a quarter of an hour. At this...
DISEASE IN SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
DISEASE IN SHEEP Two cases of disease in sheep in the southern end of the. Bathurst district have been brought under the notice of Mr. C. K, Brett, stock inspector. One case was that of lambs suffering from puriclie dermatitis, an affection of the head and ears, and a number of deaths resulted. Remedial mea sures were promptly applied, and the spread of the disease checked. The second out break was of a serious nature. 'Hie new malady is known locally as "black dkease," aud/caused an amount of mortality. The affected sheep have now been placed it iso lation. and the dicease Ib being closely in , vestigated by the stock department, wlt'.i a viev.' 'to discovering its exact nature s^d remedy
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
A New Pair of Trousers will save yon ordering.a Everyjccztalc&rws how much mora quickly the Trousers wear out than tJbrc ether garments in a Suit. v Cc&X. swa" Vest quite good—Trousers done for." . That's the usual cry after alkoui- 6 months ot wear. - ' • ' OUR iiBADY i'OR WEAR TROUSERS SUPPLY THE DEFICIENCY. 1 hey are Tailors-made IN FACT as well as in NAME, Actually mack by journeymen tailors, and not run up at a seam stress' machine. They arc made in the new narrow cut of fashionable striped materials—worsteds or tweeds. Esactfy the slyJe that yoq cheerfully pay 27s 6d for the merchant tafior to makt 10 your measure, without a bit better fit or finish. THE PALACE OF TPADE PRICE 16s 6d. ; In half or quarter sizes, for slight or stout figures as well as men of normal build. • Just figure out the saving we offer you—it's considerable. :S%*W T5AT^?^5CLb roRCASH AN0' V?3*** VqiyMONtY. PAtACE^^ OT^T^Dg TED. O'BRIEN'S '' >• PANAMAS FOR QIFTS. v , There's nolbiing a m...
SPORTING NOTES. HORSERACING. FIXTURES. January. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
SPORTING NOTES. HORSERACING. FIXTURES. ' January. : , '7—Konsington Knees. Mooro/idd Knees. : 7—Maitlaml J.C. Races. •• - 7 Vegetable Creek AinateurfRaces. 7—Cnpertee J.C. Races. l!>~Warren Subscription .Meeting. ; 31— )tof,eboi'.v Ilaces. *1—Wotlar Racos. 31. 12—Coonabarabran J.C. Rricos. ' 11, 12—Invorcll J. 0. Races. 11—Bcrrifean J.C. Races. 11—Oberon J.C. Races. 12,13 Tin-anna Picnic R.c. Annual Meeting 14—I-Icddon J.C. Races. 14—Victoria Parle Races. 14—Warwick Farm Races. ' f14—Ileddon Greta Races. 17, IS—Burrow?. R.C Meeting. , 17, IS—Bombala J.C. Races. 17—Wollongong J.C. Races. 15—Victoria Park Races. IS, Ifl—Bingara Races. 19, 20—Bobs Don;; Picnic Races. ' ' 21, 20—A.J.C. Anniversary Meeting, , 21—Krawarrce Races. 23, 24— Barraba T.C. Meeting. 25—Wallsend J.C. Races. 2,ri—Deniliquln V.L.J.C. Meeting. ' ' 25—Kensington Races. ^ 25, 26—Burren Junction Amateur Races. 25, 2G—Bouj'lie Hospital Benefit Meeting. . 25, 26—Batburst T.C. Races. . . . 20—Bellinger River J.C. Racea...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
DEATH 8F MR. H, H, DM, A WELL-KNOWH MAMD MBft&Wfl. DEATH CAUSED BY: GUNSHOT WOGWC. WEST MA1TLAND, Friday niglit. Residents or M&itland and district were terribly Bhocked at tlie news that Mr. H. H. Capper, of the well-known firm of . E. P. Capper and Sons, was found In his bedroom at his residence, Church-street, about' 11 o'clock, suffering from an extensive gun shot wound in the side of the head. How it happened is a mystery; there was no one in the room with him. The housemaid,heard a report of llrearmB and gave the aiarm. When the room was entered, Mr. Cappor was found sitting in a chair and a.double barrelled gun lying at his side, one barrel having been discharged. A great portion of liis faco and lioad was blown away, and there was, profuse bleeding from the wound. He was unconscious, and died an hour after wards. The deceased gentleman -was -held in the highest esteem by a large circle of friends in Maitland, and throughout the State, Ho had been in failing h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
"OBSERVER" ALMANACS FOE 1911. Next week we will issue our Almanacs' fot 1911. The large amount of work entailed at tho o.utset in connection with the issue o! the "Daily Observer" has delayed their'de spatch. They are undoubtedly 'most arti»io yet issued in Tamworth, and we are confident Willi bo appreciated by our'wide circle of readers. MISS PEARLE BAMBURY. - - . Miss Pearle Bambury announces' in this issue that she intends to open a studio .and receive pupils at the end of tlio mo'fttli '• in piano, singing, and elocution.' It—is hardly aecassury to dwell ii|wji Miss Bambiiiy's capa bilities in this, direction, as she is so #611 and favorably known us a result of her iiiilijy pub lic appearances. On the concert platform and in operetta she has scored many jmc cosses. Her sweet and well-trained' vpie'e, is always received by Tamworth audience's with much appreciation. As an elocutionist Miss Bambury showed considerable.- ability at the Tamworth Eisteddfod. She ;bolds Cer tificates...
GENERAL CABLES. JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
GENERAL CABLES. JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN. Lord Strathcona, speaking at Birmingham, yesterday, paid a tribute to Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, as an ompire builder. M the representative of Canada, he knew nothing about their party politics. They had flmrsrujr thein one who lind done more to consoiidat« the dominions across the sea tbaa aay other man in She Empire. He joined in the ardent wish that Mr. Chamberlain would be spared not only to the people of Birmingham, but to the Empire for many yohrs.
KING GEORGE. PREPARATIONS FOR CORONATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
KING GEORGE. i - PREPARATIONS FOR CORONATION, ■ Seven thousand peoplo wore preseht at Edward VII's crowning and this mimbc-r ij likely to be exceeded at tliO coming Corona lion, jus Kinjj George requires accommoda tion provided for members of tlio House of Commons and Indies. Every member of tho House of Lords is ontitled to two tickets, and these demands must be satisfied boior» those of foreign royalties. Extra accommo dation has been secured by erecting gallor ies in Edward the Confessor Chapel. Sir Frederick Bridge, the Abbey Organist, will control tho musical arrangements, and the Queen will personally select the antlienjj. By" invitation 500 members of famous choirs will tako part. Electric communication will bo maitained within the gallery, where Stato trumpeters will be stationed, and the first noto of the fanfare will be a.signal for the news to be transmitted throughout tbe-Jini. pire.
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
BOXING. .' Jt is ■ probable that the ' Syd ney Stadium management will make a new rule next season regarding the weighing in for contests. In England the boxing clubs will not make a match unless the weighing is done at 2 o'clock on the afternoon of the contest. In the States the promoters insist that all •weighing should be done at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, although some weighing is permitted at 2 o'clock, and even 4 o'clock. The cause of this change is that the promoters. ■ have • oorae to the conclusion that it is unfair to the spectators and management, and also to the boxers, to weigh at ringside. The promoters never know whe ther a contest will take place, for a man might have a forfeit up to make weight, and in order to save h)3 forfeit might "boil down," make it, and then refuse to light, which would leave the crowd very angry. Again, one boxer may force the other to a Weight which renders him unfit to box, and the result is a one-sided contest. When the weighing is done i...
THE HISTORY OF THE OSBORNE CASE. COMPILED FROM THE REVIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911
THE HISTORY OF THE OSBORNE CASE. COMPILED FROM THE REVIEWS. (By "H."). Although the references to the House of | Lords Judgment in the now famous-Osborne : caso have been frequent in the cables &lt;!ur- ■ ing tlio last three months, few people have a clear idea of the facts. Everyone, however, knows there is no payment of members in the House of Commons, unci a llr. Walter Os borne, an ordinary railway porter employed in'the. Great Eastern Railways, ami a mem ber of the (British) Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, believed tlio Trade Unions in' general and the said society ill particular wore guilty of an injustice in employing their funds for the Parliametary representations of the Labor Party, and against this lie was determined to take a lirm stand. Although tho several ballots taken from timo to time by the Trade Unions Congresses had decided in favor of this payment to the Labor Party, such a large majority of Unionists had failed to vote that 110 real test of opi...