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GERMAN PRECAUTIONS FAILED. BERLIN, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
GERMAN PRECAUTIONS FAILED, BERLIN, Smid&v Nieht. | Alarm is felb at tlie fact that tho system 1 of espionage )ms boon uncovered. Tho Kaiser I has ordered ohi borate precautionary nwn snres to b« tiikon in future, and has also demanded nn extensive report from tho naval and military authorities, showing in what directions preaunb precautions have failed. "Excuse inc. madam," said a polite f-wibfc. with RotC'bool: and pcncil read.*, "'nit I've t'orf:ot'.c;\ yo::v i-*.uJv: -Oi), cr.ishc.l r.:\vs c:- **.
THE NATIONS' ARMAMENTS. GREAT BRITAIN LEADS. WASHINGTON, Sunday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
THE NATIONS' ARMAMENTS. GREAT BRITAIN LEADS. WAS1IIXGT0X. Smictav AI U'nm?»n, Tito Xavy Year Hook *»hmv&lt; t!»:»?. of 12 iwli aims and Great lititain ha* had i238 completed and IIS more :uillu»nV.*d, Germany KK) eninptfted and 110 authorised, United .Stales I.'IU eoiupleted and ill autiio rwr.l, Krumv "»7 &lt;*nmpK»ird and It »r«t1in riwd, .Japan 00 rnm:>li'te(] and -I authorial. Russia -'!? eoinnloied n.id 0i authorised. Italy :18 (■onn.'litv.'d and II :i lit Innised. TIip United .States is manufacturing 11-inch yun.&lt; for Panama fortification*.
The Tamworth Daily Observer TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1911: AN AUSTRALIAN'S SUCCESS IN FLYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
The Tamworth Daily Observer TUESDAY, JANUARY 10. 1911 AM AUSTRALIAN'S SUCCESS IN FLYING. The success achieved In flying; in a bi- plane by an Australian aviator in Perth on Saturday is one gratifying result of ex- perimental aviation in the Commonwealth, &nbsp; and must provide considerable satisfaction in scientific ranks. The successful flight has a double signifieance, for not only does it mark an Australian triumph in aerial flight, but it also signifies an entrance to the wide world competition for the construction and &nbsp; perfection of flying machines for commer- cial purposes and uses in war. Henceforth experiments in aviation in Australia should arouse move interest. as having won cer- tain success, something langible and real have evolved to foster local (atM-onantilsm)?, and lead the way for greater and more compre- hensive trials. Aerial locomotion has reach- ed such an advanced stage that it has be- come to be reguarded as an immeasurably important adj...
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. February 3 is the date of next regular monthly visit to Tamworth of GIBB & BEEMAN LTD.. the well-known Opticians of 6 Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. All sufferers from any eye trouble, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. One of the principals personally visitsTam worth (Chas. Gibb, late principal of Charles Gibb and Co.. and J. W. Beeman, late Man- ager and Sight Specialist for H. A Barra clough) who have been visiting this town for some years, are the principals, so clients can rely on the most expert Eye service in con sulting us. Next visit: Friday, February 3. Every dose does its work—creates new &nbsp; blood, . buildsup the nerves—NEMIA &nbsp; TONIC."
MOONBI NEWS. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
MOONBI NEWS. (From our Correspondent). Young Mr. Willie Mcllveen's friends will be sorry to hear that his condition has taken a change. He was in hopes of being able to get up in about three weeks, but now it transpires the bone is not pro- perly knitted, and it will be necessary for him to go to Sydney for an operation. It is to be hoped that the operation will be suc- cessful; he has the best wishes of every- one who knows him. The weather is very hot. There was a nice shower on Saturday evening, about 30 points of rain falling, but today is just as hot as before the rain.
NUNDLE NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
NUNDLE NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) Shire Council.—The Nundle Shilure Council held its monthly meeting on Saturday. All the councillors were present. A letter was received from the department, stating that as the proposed road over Crawney could not be regarded as a national work, no sub- sidy could be granted. A communication from the New Lamb- ton Municipality, requesting concurrence in obtaining power for councils to establish in- surance funds, brickworks, wood and coal depots, etc., did not meet with the approval of councillors. The engineer announced that he had made a new distribution of the gangs, which should work for greater economy and effi- ency. The President, C'r. Payne, gave a vale- dictory address stating that he would not seek re-election on this occasion, and con- gratulating councillors on the good work &nbsp; accomplished, and also for their hearty &nbsp; co-operation. &nbsp; Councillor Crichton followed. He thanked &nbsp; the P...
DEATH OF MR. JAMES SNEDDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
DEATH OF MR. JAMES SNEDDEN. Our Hallsville correspondent writes:—Mr. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; James Sneddon, familiarly known as Jimmy Sneddon, died at 6.30 o'clock on Sunday last at his (late)? residence, "Burrhead," 5 miles on the Manilla road, death being due to senile decay. The late Mr. Sneddon was a typical Scotch farmer, and was in his 81st year when he passed away. He was a native of Edinborough. and came to this country In 1854, directing steps to the Hanging Rock gold rush. In the early seventies the late Mr. Sneddon purchased his late home "Burr: head," from Mr. Coulton, whose daughter he married. The late Mrs. Sneddon pre- deceased her husband and died some six years ago. The late Mr. Sneddon left a family of 11 children to mourn their loss. The children are as follows. - Sons: George, William, James, John, Isaac, Richard, Al- fred. Daughters: Mrs. J. Hamilton, Halls ville; Mrs. W. Quick, Gidley; Mrs. Clark, Bingara; Mrs. Alby Wise, Man...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
ilhJ THE NAME OP .Leggett, ;> UNDERTAKER, ';; 2?©©l-str©ot, • Is a guarantee lliat. all work en. trusted to him is conducted by !''Experienced Men only and at ; I0WK8T KATES. Nursing Homo. NURSE ROBERTSON, Certificated Royal Hospital for Wiinion nrnl A. T. N. A., has established tlvo abovo for Midwiferj cases, nfc "PARliAGIl," CARTITAGE-STHEET, TAMWORTH. Telephone Kit, ^TO THE PUBLIC. Lad:os nnd Gentlemen.— Xp I Now tliat 1919 is fast drawing to % close, permit nn '■"> than!; you all for the i'.atroa;ii;o aceoidud :ue during the past l'i mouths. X rnnnnt say al! 1 would li!;o to say hero, jmt ii" flood wished for your future jjios]:ority Will give you health, wealth, and happiness iiuriiu; 1911, then they're your.-, ; Wishing you the compliments oi tlio sea son. j J. W. Boisiildsoii, ' Opposite Caledonian Hotel TAM YVOR'.'II ■Fob- Excellence • in Fiavor KEEN JUDGES AGRF.E THERE'S NONE TO COMPARE WITH Holmes' Celebrated Wilderness Wines. Try Their Famous Dry Sherry. For the ord...
The Dashwoods. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
r. The Bp. s"h woods. I ill the sheriff's chief oiTieer'' (he never encouraged the uso'of the term "bailiff" ut all), "litis gentlemanV—t-urning to the Gweated hack—'"represents Messrs. Jones ■nnd-ttobortsbii, Town Agcn.ts for the Plain , tiff's Foficibor. Now, liko the sensible man that I in sure yon. must bo.* if you will onlv tty'jly tho. matter over one minute and just ctmio along and seo tho sheriff it will save a- lot of tronbU If you refuse, you know, , . X must only call n-polico-mun, and oh! really. Mi Biuloo I wouldn't like to cause n scene hero, more'for; your'own sake than, for my O"ii* gathering up the scattered do cuments, he tried ok! John with them once 'tiiore. / Old John took them in liis hhifd and srfv Ogely tore thorn into' many nieces t ^ A look o.f horror filled the eyes of tho as tonished hum. Ho saw sacrilege and con tempt of court written all over tho scraps that wore fluttering innocently away, and - making.offdown,tho street. , * ' Oh, you bad old -itinn !...