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THE BOOLOOROO FATALITY. INQUEST AGAIN ADJOURNED. MOREE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

THE BOOLQOROO FATALITY. INQUEST AGAIN ADJOURNED. '' ilOREE. Thursday. | The inquest on the bodies of Thomas Joseph Smith, Herbert Staptoford, and Henry Sav age, who were killed by a fall of gravel in a pit near Boolooroo Bridge, near Moreo, on ; December 29, was resumed to-day before tlio | Coroner, Mr. Jamieson, in the Court House, i Moreo. ! Senior-sergeant Mor0ne,v represented tho j police; the Mayor, Mr. Crane, and Air. G. J K. Wright (secretary and engineer respcetivo ly of the Boolooroo Shire. Council) repre sented that body, for whom tho work of j obtaining the gravel fc-as being done. Sergeant Moronoy, Mr. David Helfern (the \ contractor), who was himself nearly buried by the fall, and Mr. G. E. Wright were ox amined, and narrated the circumstances-, al ready detailed. Smith's death was apparently instantane ous, as the body was found burst open, the skull smashed, and the brain protruding. Wright said tfiere wa« nothing to indicate j to a' practical man that there was any d...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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ON MANLY BEACH. MAN SHOOTS HIS WIFE. A COUNTRYMAN'S PLUCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

ON MANLY BEACH. MAN SHOOTS'HIS "WIFE. .'A COUNTRYMAN'S PLUCK. Further particulars of the tragedy which occurred on Manly Beach on Thursday night, tho result-of which Matthew Jamos Dun ning (32), lately residing Jit 193 Darling street, Pynnont, is dead, and his wife, IUlen (23) is lying at St. Aubyn's Hospital, Manly, in a serious ..condition. 'Fortunately, tho intervention of a passor-by prevented the woman from being dono to death. Dunning, howover, ha<l prepared for such an emer gency so far as ho was concerned. Not only had bo brought with him a now five-cliamber od revolver, fully loaded, but ho also had in his pockot a bottle of prussic acid. Tho revolv er having been wrested from him, he calm ly took out the bottle, swallowed -the con tonte, and died within i few minutes. Tho scono of the tragedy was tlie Horth Steyno beach. Tho parties, it appoaTS, havo been more or less apart for some time, Dun ning residing with his parents at the ad dress mentioned, while his wi...

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

WARIALDA. During the excitement and buatlo from the storm at tho Recreating Ground on Monday Inst, Mr. J. Brown's horso, attached to tile fruit cart, sudenly loft the ground and made the pace lively along tho main street. A smash seemed inevitable, but Mr. Clyde Wells gave chase, and cleverly effected an ar rest. He got hold of the reins near the post office, but did not bring the turnout to a halt till after they. hail gone ronnd tho block opposite the Royal Hotel and oactt into tho street. At the Barraba Police Court on the 20th ult., M. J. Byrnes was committed for trial at tUe Bingara Quarter Sessions to be held on February 7, on a charge of larceny as a bailee. From the evidence it appeared that ut the recent Warialda races 0. Tuffrey, hotelkeeper of Barraba, leased tho horse In vermola (lata Speculation) from J. Mitchell (selector near Warialda). Hie latter was to know when the horse was "'fit,'' but lie be came dissatis&od. "Byrnes, who had been in Mitchell's employ, w...

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

Itching Humor Broke Out on Tiny - Mite's Cheeks—Would Tear His - Face Tiil Blood Streamed Down Unless Hands were Bandaged— Spent$50on UselessTreaiments. CURED BY CUTICURA AT COST OF BUT $?.5C "Whon m/ littlo boy was ted and a half months old ho broko out on both checks with ec zema. It was tho itchy, watery land ana wo had to keep his littlo handn wrapped up all tho time, and if ho would hap pen to got thorn uncovered ho would claw his faco till tho blood streamed down on his clothing. Wo called in a physi _ cian at once, but ho gave an ointment which was so ficvcro that my babo would scrcam when it v/aSjput on. Wo changed doctors and medicines until wo had spent fifty dol lars or moro ana baby was getting, worse. I was so worn out watching and caring for him night and day that I almost felt euro tho diseaso was in curable But finally reading eof tho focd results of tho Cuticura Remedies, determined to try them. I can truth fully 6ay I wa$ moro than surprised, for I bought only a do...

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

BOGGABRI. It la said that the profits of the Bog-, gubri Turf Club's recent meeting will tot up in the vicinity of £200.

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

INVEREUj. Mr. L. S. Chandler, teller in tho Bank of Now South Wales, lias l>een promoted to ' the position of accountant nfc tho Armidal© | branch. He was given a send-off on Wednes- I day on tho evo of -his departure, and pre sented with a -purse of sovereigns, |

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A PAGE FOR WOMEN. FROM OUR POINT OF VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 7 January 1911

■ - 1 1 . *«| , o-^-oQ A I»A£3-E FOR WOIVTEW. CONDUCTED BY " URBAN I A." ; FROM OUR POINT OF VIEW. •JJravo Jammry! The sun or resolution flam ing his;!'-'' Tlii-H i» perhaps the nptest i|nota tion in a ntnv birthday book, compiled from the works ol. Ktliol 'i'limor. How brave wo all iii'L- tUi; tiv.it low days of the first month ui tiie vi'iU', iintl how we all "resolute." on Now Year's Hay. The philosopher may 1)0 forgiven a touch of cynicism ns lie looks tiOuifhtlully in the World's Mirror, w|icn the old year and tlio Now Year is born, Will sew hall' t-lio world praying, an(l tlio other hull ilrinliini;. hut even though it may , be iei>re.«silif, to think luuv many of our ro- I solution? Bo to iiia.hu tlio floor of that <li.ro I bojuuruiiiii pluvv of shades, it is well for m'h ' all that there is some fixed poriod to bring I ourselves up with 11 round turu and try tin j tlif Aniuri.'iiiw May, "to make ourselves over." | 'JYus, in tile "liiakiiu; over, or rather in th...

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

| It is only the LATEST and CHOICEST jg STYLES Hi: JEWELLERY that are FASHIONABLE AT ANY FUNCTION. You can get tlie Latest and Clioiccst Styles by sending a -I,ine or a Postcard for Poit free to any Address. ' This Catalogue gives you The Latest Creations of the Jewellers' Art, arid enables vou to buy on the STRICTEST ECONOMY POSSIBLE. — W. J. prout), jTriist Jeweller, 18? Pitt Street (neat King S^eeV> Sydney. " Ration getrdtn, Xondot]'

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

WALCHA. A very sudden death occurred on Christmas Day, when Mr. M. Sweeney passed away at "Mount Pleasant,'' Walcha-road. Mr. Swee- ney was one of the early residents of the district, being employed years ago by Mr. Bell, then owner of Bergen-op-Zoom station. Mr. Sweeney selected and made his home here, and with Mrs. Sweeney reared a large family. Of late years he had resided In Syd- ney. He came up in order to spend Christmas with the family. The re-union took place, but he broke a blood vessel and passed away as stated, the sad affair casting a gloom over the Christmas gathering. The burial took place at the R.C. Cemetery on Tuesday afternoon, a large concourse following the coffin to the grave. Rev. Father O'Connor performed the last obsequies. The late Mr. Sweeney was 68 years of age. Mr. Sweeney was horn at Elfin, county Roscommon, Ire land, and oarno to this country at the ago of 17. He managed Bergen-op-Zoom's la t i ":i for 22 years. He took a trip homo " > years ago, and...

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

f BIRTH. BLACKMORE. - At. Currabubula, on Janu- ary 2, 1911, the wife of G. S. Blackmore,   of a son.    

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

birth. RYAN.- January 5, at "Kentville," Annan- dale, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Ryan—a daughter.   IN memoriam. FOWLER.—In loving memory of our darling   child, Tommy, who passed away January   7, 1908. Inserted by his loving parents,     S. and A. Fowler.   Gone but not forgotten.         FOWLER.—In loving memory of our dear   grandchild, Tommy, who departed this life January 7, 1908. Inserted by his loving grandparents, E. and S. Bettison. As the ivy clings to the oak, Our memory clings to thee.  

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The Dashwoods. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

'i. CBy Steele auiiior of "On our Selcc ' ' • tloii," "Our Now SoIccMon," etc., etc.) ; ..:Tm tho pliprip's chief oKiecr'' (ho nover encouraged tho liso ,'of tho term "bailiff" it all). "This yviitlomai]!!—rturniny to the swoutod hack—"roprcsontV Messrs. Jones anil llobertson, Town Agents for tho Plain tiff's Solicitor. Xouy liko tin* sensible man that I'm sure you must Jje, if you will onl.v think tho matter over ouo minuto nnd just» .come nlong and sco .tho fcheriff it will aave b lot of trouble. If you refuse, you know, >1 must only call n policeman, «»d oh! really, Mr Brownloo I wouldn't like to came a s<'cne hero, moru for your own sake than for my dwii.". And, gathering up tin* scattered do , cumonts, ho tried old John with thein onto moro. Old John took' thum in his liaud and sav agely tore them into many pi'te*. A look o.f horror filled tho eye-s of tho as tonished bum. Ho saw Facrih^.'f and con tempt of court written all «»v«r the scraps that wore fluttering i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

A Tonic Free from ABcohoI Are you pale, weak, easily tired, and do you lack nerve power? Ask your doctor if Ayer's Sar saparilla would not be good for you. He knows, and will ad vise you wisely. Not a drop of alcohol in this medicine.' It puts red corpuscles into the blood, gives steady, even power to the nerves; and all without stimulation. Make no mistake. Take only those medicines the best doctors endorse. Ask your own doctor. Ayer's Sarsaparilla P/acired by Or. i. C. Ayer & Co., Man., U. S. A. ' Pa!ing"s. t One of the \ I most popu- ! i lar Pianios \ ira Austra- | ! lia. Gua | rarateedl to I stand in ;any c 1 i ; mate- I : Old Pl&not fallen j i In exchange and full 5 *v&Sue ftUowed. • i .^Cattlo^aaa fr#« e 5 Sole A^snll \ \ Paling's | 338 Goor^o St. r 62 Sydney EimgggviinHrm *,«J 1 amv/ortlv Agents,— JtilcSHANE and Co., Right opposite Royal Hotel Peel-street, Tamworth. 1911 ImportantJotice. 1911 The Premier Klectric Joinery Works, ro contiv destroyed by l...

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RAIN IN THE COUNTRY, SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

RAIN IN THE GOUNTRY, SYIttTHY. Mniitlny Nii'.lil. UrIjI rains haw fallen country centres

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BINGARA RACES. WEIGHTS FOR PRINCIPAL EVENTS. WEST MAITLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

8INGARA RACES, WEIGHTS FOR PRINCIPAL EVENTS. WEST MAll LAN'O. Monilnv. The handk-appcr, .Mr. C. Mlt)hell, has Is sued tho following weight« f»v tho two principal emit? to bo run at t\\e Btngara Race Club Mooting on January 18 and If):— Town Date, 1 mile.—Empirical. 9.5. Mur lowan £>."». Otto Grafton 8.9, fiomnhah S.4, IHuc Foam S.O, invcrmola 7.10, Golden Glow 7.0. Hnro Club Ilnmlimp, 11 mile.—Kmpirt cnl UJi, Mtiilounn 0.5, Otto Grafton S.10, Uoonibah S.f», nine Foam 8.2. Invermola 7.!f, and Golden Glow 6.10.

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BURGLARY AT JUNEE. SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

BURGLARY AT. JUNEE. SYDN'KY. Monday N'kIiY Burglars entered Taylor's fen era I fitore at .Twice on Sunday morning. ui«d rannnvfc crt the tills In each department. ami they then attempted to break -.>peii the Fafe, which contained £2">u, but were unsuccess ful.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. If we were aMe to live just right nil I ho t Irni* tlwre \vou«d be Utile need for medi* due, less need Tor doctors. Hut some little tiling is constantly coming along to put u.s. out of balance—exposure, change of diet or drinking \vn»or. irregular nieais are little things that will at times upset the befet of us. Nothing particular the matter, but don't feel good. At such times the wise among us will take n few doses of Cham* berlaln's Tablets with certain knowledge 'lint they will put us right right away, Sold by all chemists and storekeepers.* rr\0 I.F/l', C'MUco in Griffin Lane. Ap ply. \V. Silver, Penl-strect. "TPK^TAN'ri'*!), at' onco, a. Pantry Maid; * ' " 1mi Housemaid. Apply to Hoyal 1 Intel. FTIWO I.ADS, IS, want jult on rarm. Apply sit owv to K. Ilnrkor. Tannvorth P.O. "V^7ANTED, -UM), ."do, «r tfOO Merino Ewes, * ,<r dry, l-tooth. Croon. Attunjja. ror|iiire 1 l*o servires o| ft smart As * } sUtant for Sales and Millinery'in our Show Rooms....

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MAITLAND STOCK SALES. WEST MAITLAND, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

MAITLANO STOCK SALES. "WKST MAITfiAND. Monday Afternoon. I Cattle.—There was a fair suppv of cattlo today, and u good attendance of buyers. Tho demand was very brisk tbrougaout. Values wore. 5/ to 7/0 in advance of last Thurs day's rates. Prime and weighty bullocks realised rora £9 to £9/19, prime £S/8 to £9, good £6/7 to £8/8, light and medium £5 to £7. Prime cows £5/10 to £6, good £4/5 to £5/10, medium and Inferior £2/10 to £4/10. Sales.—Account W. Nivlson, bullocks £0 /14 to £7/13; G. Thomas, bullocks £5/1 to £8/1, cows £4 to £5/18; P. H. Mackay, bullocks £7 to £9/12, cows £3/15 to £5/ 13; Northern agents, steers, £4/5 to £7/ 3, llglit cows £3/2 to £3/19. Sheep.—II r.O wcro penned, mostly merino clr.sses, '.vetlic'.T. iircdominnt!»n. There was iUlr.mb.nce r.f b'.iyars, and <'o:'.!'.-2!l 1 crease of 1/ to 2/C on Thursday's rales. Prime mul weighty wethers 14/ to H/S, prime 13/ lo M/, garni 11/ to 111/1. medium 9/C to II/; prime nml weighty mvns 11/11 ewrs *12/!!, j>r...

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GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

CO.WVKDAH. Hawki* and TrcJoar. Limited, Ounnodnh, purl tlioir union Kriihiv, Jnminrv #i. 11 <i sum! 1/ per I*.mis, 1 i*. i?,'111. ;M) [>i«r i';' jj in I ^7 fa?**. '2 «>. :l! 2/7 i>rr f|UarU'r I «i;;ut!r,os. i, s, •_»/. "»/ J)pj* ijuurtor case. W i:u\ I.- :.inl I r» -fj- Itiitt li».

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. Cattle.—VAiMj yardoil.. Tlie market was 10/ higher. Ufsit beef said ut 25/ per IOOII13. * Oullueks ilu to £lu. cows CH lo JC7. Sheep.—IU.U00 penned. Values *v<jre i!d. higher for prime, while others were unol* tered. Wethers sold from 8/ lo 30/, ewea 8/ to 13/*

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