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AMERICAN HEIRESS AND ITALIAN DURE. ROME, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

AMERICAN HEIRESS AND ITALIAN DURE. ROME, Friday Afternoon. Owing; to the death of Senator Elkin, Italian newspapers anticipate the speedy marriage ot his (laughter, Katherine. with the Duke of Abrnzzi. Senator Eekiir object ed to a morganatic marriage.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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ULSTERMEN HOME RULE, INTERESTING ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

' ' j " ULSTERMEN HOME RULE, INTERESTING ARTICLE, That tho Liberal loaders are boninnin; t) tnko the lllsternieii seriously is ovidencM by' an article ill the "Morniiiu Leudci-" uy Harold .Spender, tho best informed pnHli.Ut in the Liberal ranks. He an.vo that maaj I;-islmicii aro in ixjiml servitude for life fat nofcliing worse thiut what OninKemen ore ao-t boasting of," and they do n0t unrest tlx terrible punishments Orangemen joyfuljv meted out iilieir opponents in 1830 should now be me tod out to tl.^, but they do sug. gest that when pooplo defeated at the polli begin to advertise in German newspapers foj weapons to fight tho forces of tho Crown, it would 1)0 wise to keep a careful watch 'o* their activities.

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MANUEL'S PURSE. LISBON, Friday Aftornoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

MANUEL'S PURSE, LISBON. Friday Aftornnnn The British Foreign Office has success fully intervened on behalf of .ex-King Man uel's depleted purse,' and the Portuguese Government has declTTed to allow him the ^rovenuo frnm the properties belonging to the House of Urncnnzn, pending a final settle ment between the' State and the Royal family.

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BIG FIRE IN NEW YORK. NEW YORK, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

BIG FIRE IN NEW YORK. NEW YORK, Friday Afternoon. A falling wall or a fire-swept .building in Wooster-street, nearly burled Chief Croker and a squad of firemen. The damages are estimated at, JE30,000.

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THE BLACK HAND, TWO MEMBERS EXECUTED. NEW YORK, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

THE BLACK HAND. TWO MEMBERS EXECUTED. NEW YOttK, Friday Afternoon. Ferrnro and Leonardo were electrocuted at.Clinton prison this morning. They con fessed to committing murder by ordtrr of the Black Hand. They a preliminary grave, and when the rent collector called they stabbed -him with a sharpened file. They were convicted on the evidence of a detective, who voluntarily occupied the ad joining cell, and listened to the prisoners conversing.

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BANDIT'S SENSATIONAL ESCAPE. DULUTH, United States, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

BANDIT'S SENSATIONAL ESCAPE, . 'DULTJTH, United States, Friday. After robbing the night clerk at an hotel, two bandits were arrested. While being conveyed to the pollcc station on a tram cor tliey shot the, officer, held up tlin p-s sengers, and escaped across the ice to Wis consin.

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ANTI-GERMAN FEELING. STRASBURG, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

ANTI-GERMAN FEELING. STRASBURO, Friday Afternoon. A despatch states that three brothers, comprising the Dlvendell Company, one of the largest- ironworks in Germany, and em poying 30,000 hands, were expelled from Ala.'sacoliorraine. The reasons for this course are uniovealed. The brothers belong to an old and prominent French family. The Anti German agitation is suggested as a reason, or the politics of a fourth brother, in the German Reichstag.

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THE MARTYRDOM OF CLOTHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

THE MARTYRDOM OF CLOTHING. We .are..all martyrs jto our clothes, men I almost as much as women, the only differ ence,. Indeed, between a man's and a wo , man's method of shopping being that while • both lay in quantities of new clothes, wo | men, at any rate, wear their's; men, on ' the' other hand, never put their's on. The amount of new clothes which a man will order and then put away for years is by no j means the least eccentric of his many inex ■ plicable acts.

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BREAKING OR ACHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

BREAKING OR ACHING. ^Before attemytlhg to minister to the needs of a breaking heart it is ob well to be sure that it is breaking. Most hearts ' that are said to be breaking are merely I "aching." ' ■ i. I Every girl, after a first unsuccessful love affair, believes she la going to die of a broken heart. It is rarely, Indeed, that an unmarried woman dies'ot a broken heart; in the few cases that happen it is a married woman who grieves for the loss of a beloved husband. Love never reaches Its highest ! point before marriage; it is only wedded life that can so bind two hearts together that one cannot beat without the other. Time is a sure cure for the aching heart. I But trnio- euros slowly, and w.liile his slow work is proceeding, grief and worry may create ravages witli the patient's health and beauty. When the death of a lover sets a girl's heart aching, only time can ease the pnin. When a mail's falseness does the damage, the case is not serious. Most cases occur in this way, and i...

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PEOPLE WE KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

people we know. . ^ wedelmjf tjhat is sure to interest n wide C)T\i \ ^ 'omwortli readers was thai of the pp rC1 atK' lK>Pu'flr Nurse Cross. Jlisa luua yrota, to use her proper name, wim Married am the 30th November Inst to Mr. llioraae Duncan, lab? of Bective. The wedding jool: place in tlie afternoon at St. Saviour's, Sodfern, tin; Rev7 J. McLean officiating Tlie mde, who was -given away by Mr. Willis, wore an extremely handsome dress ol white gUico, with - nil overdress of wluto ninon, beautiful wreath and veil; she also wore the bridegroom's girt, a long gold muff chain, and carried a bouquet, also presented by him There wore no bridesmaids, but the bride was accompanied by her sister, 11 rs. Alfred Iiourne, and bv her friend, Mrs. Walter Hob- 1 soil. The bndc'Kroom was attended b>- Mr. Fiiibuv a« mini. Tho V.'r-ddin^ breakfast took nlace nt St. Saviour's Hall, Mr. MoJ/ean proposing. the health of the newly-married couple, :iii(| other sneer-hps heiiifj made. Mr. ) and Mrs...

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THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. DON'T MAKE LOVE IN OFFICE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

THE HOME COLUMN. CHAT AND INFORMATION. (By "Jcuneviv.") DON'T MAKE LOVE IN OFFICE HOURS. If a man admires some girl working in the same office with him, he should either call uuon her in her own home, or relinquish all thoughts of her friendship. When two . young people stand and chatter and giggle j at their desks, they should remember they ; are frittering away the time of their em- j pioyer. On general principles friendship between • a man and a girl working in the same ofllce j is usually a mistake. Oftenest it is merely the result of propinquity, and would pro bnbly never have been formed had the two met elsewhere. i Try to form your friendships after busi ness hours, and do not allow your social and workday worlds to conlliet.

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WHAT DAD SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

WHAT n\n PAYS. Tfc rorniiros onlv n few years for a vonth's j oUV- sir.lor ti become younger than lie is. i Always snenli tlio trntli. Call a man a liar if lio is one—but do it through tlio tale phone. M'iny a strong-minded man lias we.-il; •ideas.

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

EMMAVILLK I On Thursday afternoon, December 29, a pri ity Wedding was solemnised at st, Bau]'o Church, Emmaville, when Afiss Lotitie Fran cis, youngest. daughter of Mrs. .T. GunSton; Kmmnvillu, nnd Mr. George Teifer,; of Teat Hill, were married, • •

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A PATH FOR TWO. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

A PATH FOR TWO. My path m hfo mny not lend straight To fame, success, or opulence; Pcrchunrw, sweetheart, 'twill devhito Through bramhled meads and thickets dense. If Ion£ it bo I cannot tell, Or short; but, nh. I know 'tis wido Enough for two to travel well When hand in band and sido by sidol It may not lend to heights renowned; From hills of ease it mny digress: Rpfc. all 1 'twill lead where joy is found— To sun-kissed vales of happiness! For Love shall our nttendimt bo, Our scout, our «ju:de. skilled bowman true, If von, sweetheart, will walk with mo The T>atli tihat's wide enough for two! —l?oy Karrell Greene.

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TESTED RECIPES. Ovsters and Macaroni. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

TKSTED KKCU'ES. Ovstcrs and Miu-aroni. Tiro dozen oysters, half a lemon, tlireo ounces m:varoni, tfro ounces butter, two ounces breadcrumbs, two ounces butter, two tile lnaciironi in salt and water or weal; stock until tender; butter a deep plate in which it can be sorved, and put in a laver of t-lio macaroni, over this the oysters; sprinkle them well with lemon juice and a little of the oyster liquor; over this another layer of macaroni, seasoned with pepper and salt; cover 'with breadcrumbs, and place the but ter in small pieces on the top; brown in a quick oven, and scud to tab'e with cut oimnisii -H.UIVOM. I Leg of mutton, one pint vinegar. bunch thyme, marjoram, parsley, about two dozen , peppercorns, half an ounce salt, three cloves of giu'Iib, and a few bay leaves. If'irst take j olf tho entire skin from the lcsj o.f mutton, | and ulaco it in a pickling pan with one pint, of vinegar and half of water, a bunch of thynVe, marjoram, and parsley, half an ounce salt, two dozen pep...

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Third Test Match. SOUTH AFRICAN'S BATTING. (BY Wire.) ADELAIDE, Saturday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

Third Test Match. SOUTH AFRICAN'S BATTING, (Bv Wire.) ADHTjAIDK, Saturday Afternoon.' The third Test match. between Australia .and South Africa commonrod on the Adelaide The tourists .went to the wickets. The wicket was in uplcndid condition. Zu'lch and Sherweil opened to the bowling of Cotter and Whitty. Runs came very slowly, Wliltty puzzling both batsmen. Cot ter kept a great paoe, and his bowling was on the wicket. Double figures were not reached till aftor twenty minutes batting. At 15 Macartney dropped an easy catch given byZulch off Whitty. Sherweil played on the defensive, and when his partner had compiled 14. he was only 2. The visiting captain sent Cotter to the boundary, how.-?; ever, with a beautiful leg hit. and a Siiick through the slips produced a couple moro. | Ztilch added a few with careful strokes, and j Shorwel) then slipped Whitty for throe. I bringing the total !o 31. Armstrong went , on in place of Cotter and his second lin'l proved fatal to Sherweil, who got ...

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

GLEN INNES, "'A pretty wedding waa celebrated at Red Range, wheijthe Rev. Canon Kemmle united Jamos William Wanklina, of the Railway Department, Quirindi, to Maud, d»ughter of the late Mr. WvJ. Kempton, o£ Red Range. The bridesmaid was Miss Elsie MeDona d (stepsister), while Mr. Isaac Marshall wa-j best man. Mrs. J. Cameron, assisted by Mr. P. Fox (violin) played the hymns and wed ding march. The numerous guests, Bat down to the wedding breakfast at, the «esidenee of the bride's mother. Mr. W. F. Ogilvio, of Ilparrau, has gen eroiisly donated for competition for the be3t shot) at tho Glen In lies and District Rifta Club's mooting on Anniversary Day, a hand some «up. The late TV. W. Pomroy, who wa» recently killed whilst riding his motor cyole at 'ij Gilgai sports on Uoxiag Day, was a native of Emmaville. ,J3is life was iniurod cor £000.

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

WEST M AWL AND. Lionel Drew, a clerk in the local branctt of the Hunter District Water and Sewerage Board's office, was presented by the cleri cal staff -with a cruet, carver^ and cutlery on the eve of his wedding. He also received' l a marble clock from the mechanical staff, and a dinner service from the hands at the Walka pumping station,

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INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. MUSVPELLBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. MUSVPELLBROOK. The monthly meeting of the Pastures Pro tection Board resolved that bonuses for destruction of noxious animals during the current year be:—Fox, fi/; fox cub,- 2/6; dingo, 15/; dingo pup, 5/; hare, 2d; crow, 6d.; and kangaroo rat, Id. The secretary reported the number of noxious animals destroyed during the last year as 2G08 hares, 431 crows, 156, rats (kangaroo), 73 foxes, and 9 dingo pups. Accounts amounting to £55/6/5 were passed for payment, leaving a credit balance in the bank of £223/0/5. A meeting of the committee of the Up per Hunter P. and A. Association, was held on Wednesday. The president reported the subscriptions towards the erection of the grandstand.on the.showground now amount ed to £160. Sub-committees were appointed to prepare the schedule, etc., for the next show. v-. ■ ■ The monthly meeting of the Muswellbrook Shire Council was held on Wednesday. The engineer reported all contracts for the past year completed, with the exceptio...

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

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The usual1 monthly meeting ol the Agricultural Society was held at the secre tary's, office, yesterday afternoon. There were present: Messrs. Matheson (chair man), Nankervls, Backhouse, Wiseman, Mac Mahon, Mahony, Madden, King, Forge, Cod rlngton, W. A. Chaffey, C. R. Adams, Fisher, Proctor, McRitchie', G. Pullman, y/. M. Wil son, and N. Connors. REPORT. The ground committee reported 89 fol-. lows:—Your ground committee bsg to re port that they have considered tbe matter of fencing,the new showground, and beg to recommend lor your consideration: 'That i new wire fence ho erected along the rail way side of the ground, with posts' to he 7ft. long (white or yellow box), 4ft. din. out of the ground, 2U. Sin. In the ground, lot less than 8in. x 11 in. Bmall end. Spans to be not more than 8 feet in" the dear, apart Wire, t tferb wire No. 12 luage, 6 galvanised wi«*, plata, No. 8. Probable, cost aboot '£45 per mile. It 1> BUo recommended that half the cott of the t...

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