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

BURGLARY AT JUNEE. SYDNEY. Monday Burglars ci.lorcd Taylor's .general store ! at juncc on Sunday morning, and ru»siu:i> i ml the tills In each department, and tliey | then attempted to break open the safe, ■which contained £250, but were unsuccess i fnl. ■ ^

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

A Ionise Free from - 'AScolfaofl 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. Prepared by Dr. 1. C. Aytr 4 Co., Lowell, Man., U. S, A.; I Lapp | Pianos Paling's.-j Osie of the \ most popu-. 1 las* Pianos m Austra lia. Gua ranteed to \ staind in j any, c 1 i mate.. . Old Pianos taften | in oschange and full $ value allowed. Cftlalo^oai femm *1 Sole Agents Paling's 338 George St. 62 Sydney \ ,x ,,>^1^, j Tamworth Agents,— BlcSHANE and Co., Right opposite Koyal Hotel ' Peel-street, Tamworth. 1911 ImportaiOotice. .1911, The Premier Electric Joinery Works, ro coiit Iv destroyed l>y lire, lias now been fe-1 built, and a complete Electric-driven Plant: of tlio ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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MAITLAND STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

MAITLAND STOCK SALES. WEST lUAlTijA.M), Monday Afternoon. Cattle.—There was a fair supp y of cattle today, and a good attendance of buyers. The demand was very brisk throusaon't. Values were 15/ to 7/G in advance ot Inst Thurs day's rates. Prime and weighty bullocks realised roin £9 to £9/19, prime £8/8 to £9, g.ood £0/7 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. Nivison, bullocks £6 /14 to £7/13; O. Thomas, bullocks £6/1 to £8/1, cows £4 to £5/18; F. H. Mackay, bullocks "£7 to £9/12, cows £3/15 to £5/ 13; Northern agents, steers, £4/5 to £7/ 3, light cows £3/2 to £3/19. j Sheep.—1150 were penned, mostly merino I classes, wethers predominating. There was ! a ■ large attendance of buyers, and competi tion was very brisk, prices showing an in crenso of 1/ (o 2/G on Thursday's rales, I'i'Imc and \velfthly wnthors 11/ lo M/S, yirlnio Hi/ to li/, good 11/ to Kl/l, medium '.l/li to II/; prime nml ...

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

BINGARA'RACES. .WEIGHTS FOR PRINCIPAL EVENTS. ■WEST M All LAND, Monday. . Tlie handicapper, Mr. C. MiUhell, has is sued the following weights f«r the two principal events to be run at tlie Bingara Race Club Meeting on January 18 and 19:— Town Plate, 1 mile.—Empirical, 9.5, Mur Iownn 9.5, Otto Grafton 8.9, Boombali 8.4, Blue Foam 8.0, Invermola 7.10, Golden Glow 7.0. Unco Club IIan<lir:ip, 1J milo.—Empiri cal ft.ii, Murlowan 9.5, Otto Grafton 8.10, Boombah 8.5, Blue Foam 8.2, Invermola 7.9,' and Golden Glow 6.10.

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

HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. Cattle.—13(iG ynrded. The market was 10/ higher. Best beef sold at 25/ per lOOlbs. Bullocks £5 to £10, cows £3 to £7. Sheep.—13,900 penned. Values voi'e t!d. higher for prime, while others were unal tered. Wethers sold from 8/ to 15/, ewe3 S/ to 13/.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

LIFE'S LITTLE TI-IINGS. If we were avle io live just right all the time thore wouM be little need for medi cine, less need for doctors, nut some little ihlug is constantly coming along to put us oilt of balance—exposure, chnnge of diet or drinking water, irregular meais are little things that will at times upset the best of us. Nothing particular the matter, but don't feel good. At such times the wise among us will take a few doses of Cham berlain's Tablets with certain knowledge that they will put us right right away. Sold by all chemists and storekeepers.* mO LET, Cottage in Griffin Lane. Ap J- ply, AY. Silver, Peol-streot. "K'KTANTIOD, °noe, a Pantry Maid; * * also Housemaid. Apply to Royal Hotel. T WO LADS, 18, want job on farm. Apply at onco to E. Hnrkor, Tamwortli P.O. ANTED, 400, 500, or GOO Merino Ewes, * dry, 4-tooth. Green, Attunga. V[7"E requiro tho services of a smart As 1 Distant for .Sales and Millinery in our Show Rooms. The State Stores, Ltd. "ANTEd; Four Good Plough...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY. Mondaxv . The produce market wan largely attend ed. AH commodities met with keen com petition. and prices ruling at the end ot last week were well maintained. Of 67 consign ments offered, 10 failed to attract,purchasers. Choice wheaien chaff made 4/8 to 4/10, prime 4/ to 4/3; medium 3/(i to 3/7, prime oaten 3/9 to 3/11, prime lucerne hay, small bales, 3/3 and 3/6. good 2/6 to 3/. Prime large bales 3/, good 2/G, Inferior 2/; prime half bales 3/6 per cwt. Good rye straw, 3/9; medium wheaten hay 2/G, medium brown Spanish onions 3/9 per cwt. Choice lucerne chaff 4/6, good 3/10, medium 3/5, good chickwheat 3/5 Vi. prime Algerian oats 2/ and 2/2, good to prime yellow Queens land maize, 2/S to 2/9 per bushel. Prime potatoes 6/2 to 6/3, good 5/2 to G/C, me dium 4/8, inferior at 2/6. Wheat, 3/7% to 3/8 V«. barley 2/6 to 3/-. Northern Sales.—Lucerne hay from Geo. Laidlaw; Moonbi,' brought 2/; D. II. Sage, 3/, lucerne cliaff, Brownscombe, Tamworth, 3/10; Haggarth, 4/6 an...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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COMMITTED TO TAMWORTH. WALCHA, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

COMMITTED TO TAMWORTH. VVAIiCHA, Monclav. Joseph Meloy was to-day committed to stand his trial at Tamworth on a charge of breaking niiid entering the Mayor's residonco and stealing a silrer plate, vnued at £50.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. nusrxkss axxouxcrmext. Mr. C. H. S.nvorby, dentist. ivsiimed prao . sico .on Monday, .January 9, 1911.*

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FIRE IN PAWNSHOP. ESCAPE OF INMATES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

FIRE IN PAWNSHOP. I ESCAPE OF INMATES, ■ SYDNEY. Monday.' Aii outbreak of fire occurred early this morning at n pawnbroker'?; shop in Goul burii-struct, due to :i light being dropped on th»> Hoor. The flamofi, lnnvovtir, wero soon subdued by tho lire brigades. 'Hie in mates, including Peroral ehidlren, • escaped Ihrougli the windows of the lirst floor, and <limbe<l on to the verandah rool, Ironi which elevation, they wore brought* to the ground by means of ludders.

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STARR-BOWKETT BUILDING SOCIETY No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

STARR-QOWKETT BUILDING SOCIETY No. 2. The above soeirly intend holding its third approiuial ion mooting on Wednesday. night next. There arc still :i number of shares available, and intending members should apply' before the above date to participate ill the ballot.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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A.J.C. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. WEIGHTS FOR CHIEF RACES. SYDNEY, Monday. Following weights have bean issued for the A.J.C. Anniversary Meeting:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

A.J.C. ANNIVERSARY MEETING, WEIGHTS FOR GHIEF RACES, SYDNEY, Monday. Following weights h:ive bean issued for the A.J.C. Anniversary Mooting: — unauenge Stakes, C furlongs, January 21: Sylvander, Poi Dnnce, Savoir, Faire, and Siuulhatli (imp.), 8.G; Blue Goni, 8/5 ; Grist)! and Sir Lawrence, 7.13; Sunlike, Terra gong, La Pairie. lSunnlla and Nangar. 7.10; Miss Corclli and Snowfcot, 7.S; Malster Maid, 7.7; Royal Merv, Poinard. Barley Water and Unlimited Loo, 7.-1; Heliotrope, Roseen, Goldpan and Adjacent. 7.2; Budd hist, 7.0; Mundic,. C. 13; Nancy Stair, Ednn May, Beehceni, and Ki^litin;: Soult, 0.12; Hop and .lolm Porter. G.10; The Maze, G.9; Lady Malster, Marnglii, Chaste, Queen Foote, Torquay, Something Irish, Borambil, Footlace, Lady Polly. Muilengeeu, Hot Air, Ilypo, C.7. Anniversary Handicap, lVL- mile. January 2G.—Son of the Marsh, !t.8: The Acolyte, 8.12; Jinnee, 8.11; Flaxen, Byplay, and Ar tilierie, S.10; Electric Wire, S.U; Lady Rue naif, 8.6; Leuron, S.l; Blue Gun, S.2; Br...

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OBLIGATION IN RESPECT TO MILITARY TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

OBLIGATION IN RESPECT TO MILITARY TRAINING. Parents and olliei-s are reminded Hint vo ■ gist-ration ol' IIiosh youths whoso 11th, lTit.li. 10th, and .1 "tli bibrtlidays full in If 11 must .bo"rondo within tlu- month of January, otherwise tlsov will bo liablu to a litfe not erceeding ill). Komi* o fregisbration nii.y be, obtained at all post oliicos in tTio diil'ei .ent districts.

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SCIENCE CONGRESS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

SCIENCE CONGRESS. SYDNEY, Monday. i no ocicnce Congress opened nt Sydney University this morning. There was a large attendance of delegates from all parts of the Commonwealth and Now Zealand. Sectional committees were appointed to deal with the various subjects to be con sidered.

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SNAKE IN CARTHAGE-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

SNAKE IN CARTHAGE-STREET. ' 'air. Malcolm JlacTaKgart killed a tiger snake opixisite liis residence in Carthafio street 011 Sunday nirjlit last. Tho reptile was moving alo'U! from tho Baptist Tabor naolo when a cyclist almost ran over it. By tlio aid of a sapling Mr. Mac'faggart de 1 patched it without much trouble.

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Latest News by Telegram. PRESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. WAGES BOARD AWARD. NEWSPAPERS AND PRINTERS. SYDNEY, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

PIIESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. WAGES BOMD AWARD. NEWSPAPERS m PRINTERS. SYDNEY, Monday Afternoon, MnNtmo tvpo setters now Wnges Hoard award provides that payment in ircspect of piecework shall be threepence halfpenny per thousand ens for linotype operating, and -Id per thousand ens for jjionoline find t.vpo-rapli operating. It also .stipulates tlnn on all newspaper work all headings and leads not use<l in make up .shall he included in east up. '1 he award relating to hand com position has been varied to the effect that a compositor during the first year after he has completed his term of apprenticeship may he employed in the establishment where he^ has served nr completed his apprentice ship at a minimum rate of .C2/1G per week of *18 hours.

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RUM AND MILK, FRESH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

V RUM AND MILK, FRESH. A queer little drama was -witnessed in a well-known township, not 50 miles from Tamworth post office, on the morning of the 'day succeeding New Year's Day. The races ' on • the holiday were "topped" by a ball, •nnd the following morning the "hoys" were fit'for anything. Tliev wero hungry, too, find the fact that the iiotel had run out o£ provisions, and it was necessary to send to aelghbouring towns for "tucker," did not tend to curb tho daring spirits of the crowd. .Waiting for breakfast, just primed the boys .for anything and everything, and when they espied the groom driving two cows into the hotel yard, a daring deed was inspired. Fifteen stalwart sons of the bush rushed the silent and stately procession, and se lecting a brindle cow for operations, in a Jew brief minutes that animal was lasooed, her legs secured, and a terrified milker was being carried, or dragged, towards the bar. An eye-witness describes the sight of more iihan a dozen men carrying a c...

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

SUMMARY. CClie weiglrts for tihe principal races to bo run in connection with the A.J.C. Anniter* eary Meeting, commencing on 21sb instant, Were issued yesterday. The Congress of tlia Australasian Associa tion for the advancement of science opened at the Sydney University yosterda.v. Here was u large attendance of delegates irom all parts of the Commonwealth and New, Zealand. Sectional committees were appointed to deal with the various subjects to be conaidv ered. . • • Tho newspapers at Washington males longthy reference to the fact that Northern Australia is^'to he developed. A number of American journals comment on the suitability of the country for rubber production. Mr. H. D. Mcintosh contemplates bring ing Jimmy dabby from Australia to Lou I don and matching him with Harry Lewis for the welterweight championship of tha world. ' The withdrawal' of Clabby and Papke from Austrnlia will necessitate other bqxera going to the Commonwealth, and Intosh is now negotiating for a'team fo...

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

LONDON ANI) LIVERPOOL, VIA DUE-1 n.\N AND CAPETOWN. EGHLAR fonr-wookly sailings of 12,000 toil's Twin-acn^v Stc.miors, "AKRiO," "Ml'IDIC," "I'EKSIC," J -RUNIC," mid "3UEV1C." '; R FARES—Capetown or Durban, £15/15 to £34* 3b. Lsudon, illil to £30. New York, bosun:, eto., £25/6 to'; £3'J/5. ONLY ONE CLASS OP ACCUMMODA 'J'tON. Cargo of all descriptions carried ftt lowest " rttes. ' • 'I Tlirmip.il bofikin^s to Continental .Ports; English Manufacturing Centres, and America! on mo^t Uvoiahle terms. J' ! The highest class of inoulation 13 installed (or tiiu .vTtisfaotnry carriage nnd outturn of frozen Moat, Dairy Produce, Fruit, eto.' For Rates of freight, FscpMatj, etc., l-pply to— DALGETY ft CO., LTD., . Agents lit Newcastle, nnd nil Australian' Ports. Aberdeen Llrse tfATAL, CAPETOWN, r.nd LONDON, tib PLYMOUTH. REGULAR. First nnd Third Class Pas sengers carried. FARES.—Saloon—London, from £67. Ird Class—£1(5 to £20. ' Saloon—Cape and Natal, £31/10; 3rd Class—£13/13, to £17/17.' ' Round ...

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The Tamworth Daily Observer TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1911. AN AUSTRALIAN'S SUCCESS IN FLYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

The Tamworfrh DaiSy Observer TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1011. Mi AUSTRALIAN'S SUCCESS IN FLYING. TJio success achieved in Hying in a bl lilane by an Australian aviator in Perth oil Saturday is one gratifying result of ex perimental aviation in the Commonwealth, and must provide considerable satisfaetion in scientific ranks. The successful f.ight has a double si;;nil!canco, lor not only docs' it marls an Australian triumph in aerial Might, but it. also .signifies an entrance to the wlde world competition for the construction and perfecting of flying machines for commer cial purposes and use* in war. Henceforth, experiments ii; nwiition in Australia should arouse more interest, as. having won cer tain success, something tangible and real linvo evolved to foster local aewnnutism, ptkI lead the way for greater and more compre hensive trials. Aerial locomotion lias reach ed such an advanced stage that, it lias be come to be regarded as an immeasurably Important adjunct of armaments, and there ...

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