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MINE EXPLOSION. LEXINGTON, Sunday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

MINE EXPLOSION. LEXINGTON, Sunday Afternoon. ' Fifteen men wei-0 badly burned through an explosion at tlio Bifr Hill, colliery. Ton were blown from far down tlio slnuft clear to tlio surface. >It is a remarkable fact that there with no fatalities.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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THE NATIONS' ARMAMENTS. GREAT BRITAIN LEADS. WASHINGTON, Sunday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911

THE NATIONS' ARMAMENTS, j GREAT BRITAIN LEADS. ! WASHINGTON. Snndnv Afternoon. I The Navy Year liool; shows that of 12- J i'-.k-Ii nuns and lai'goi1, Groat liiitain lias had 28S completed and 148 more authoiifed, Gurmnny H)0 completed and 110 anUiniisi'd, United States 1 'Hi completed tiiul 01 aniJio I'ised, Franco completed and 11 autlio l-ixed, Japan U0 completed and 21 authorised, Russia 22 completed ami (!1 authorised, Italy .'18 completed and II authorised. 'llm United States U iiiaiinfariiirin;; 1-1-inch jjh.'is for Panama I'ovtiikations.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

LIMITED. Stock, Property, & Horse Salesmen, TAMWOBTSI. Have For Sale — Sheep. BAilltARA. 1000 Wctliors. P. and 4 years, hand shorn - September-Ocjobfcr, well bred. 7/0. „ 3.500 Wethers, 2. 4 years. Long Arm bred, good condition. 7/-. 3100'Ewes, 0 year*, Pallal bred, all but CJ(t 2 years, Miorn October. A/'J. DANGLE?.! AIL BOO Ewes. A years, dipped, shorn October, •. Blckham blood. fi/u. / dkxcowan. 360 Ewes, 0-tooih to f.ni., M per un?. Shrop« sblre fat Iambs ai foot, vwes shorn Sep tember, b/» Iambs tfivii In* CIDLIJY. BOO Wethers. 2.to -1 yea,'-, shorn early No* veinbcr, 2U0 fat. <e forward, sell a run of iiali". {'rice. 7 «. KINGS-TOWN. 600 Wethers. 4 ;;iid G uio.h. well bred, shorn November. ;w<>d rmmiloi), 7/G, MANILLA. 600 Ewcf, C tooth m» :t-;cd, 1 mark. Hall's Creek bred. September. 100 per cent. Lincoln ; *rU Shropshire cross lambs m fnyr, 7-. 200 Lincoln Cro:** UVthors, 2 tooth, C»0 shorn September, balance unshorn. 8/6. 150 jMcriuo Wether;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

rasipr; Stock and Station Agent, TAMWORTH. FOR SALE. TOWN PROPERTIES. EIYMAN-STREETo-Xl'"- Briclt . cottaaJ^ i acre, J,rooms, kitchen, bathroom, olec ' trie light, washhouse, buggy sIimI, writer laid on. I'-ViO, or without vacant ' block, £1.00; (10). . - FIILL-oTl'I'JK'J .—«1 aciv , allotment, -'£100 ' (£). .»• • . ' IIUJ^STREET.--acre allotment, £9Q. ("). SOUTH TAMWOUTIi;—DwoUinsj, 0 room*, y- kitchen, bathroom, pantry, cellar, laun dry, sheds, orchard, J aero land, dec* trie light, and water laid on, etc. £050. (21). • • . rAMWORTIi.—Xico dwelling, 7 rooms, hit clion, pantry, washhouse, bathroom, about 4 acres land, stables, etc. £1300, <ir £900 for dwelliug with about 1 aero land. (8) WEST TAMWORTH.—>1 i aero building sites, corner block, with house rented at 8/, l'loO. 3 other blocks £50 each. .. (12; WOOMJROOK.—-2 .blocks, 1 aero each, i Price, otc., on application. (27). \VOOTjHROOK.--»Cottago, 5 rooms, kitclien, I aero land. £150 for quick salo (*10) ! WEST TAM...

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PROFESSOR'S LIFE ON 2d A DAY. LIBRARY BOUGHT WITH SAVINGS ON FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

PROFESSOR'S LIFE ON 2d A DAY, LIBRARY BOUGHTMVITH SAVINGS ON FOOD. A man nnd scholar of singular originality in character, habit, and learning is lost by, ih'o^death recently, in Jus eigllty-sixtii year, of"'the Rev. J. R. B. Mayor, professor of Latin in the University of Cambridge. Pro* feasor Mayor read grace in tho hall of St. John's College on Wednesday night, and his fludden death wag due to heart failure. • Professor Mayor possessed one of the fin est libraries in Cambridge—all of it, ho vfas fond of saying, bought with thb money suv od on food. In his rooms up tho tower'in tho'second court of St. John's College; this bearded scholar, suggesting in appearance some burgher from the voldt, hud simplified life'to" its utmost. A bacholor and a teetotal ler) In his view ono could live well on Gd ft day, and for some considerable time he reduced his nutrition bill to 2d a day. Originally led to vegetarianism on humane grounds, he continued it for reasons of Health and economy. Quito...

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TAMWORTH HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

TAMWORTH HOSPITAL. The imual monthly meeting of the Hospi tal commliteo wan held In the committee room at the Mechanics' Institute on .Mon day night. There were present: J. O. Gray ston (president), C. T. Piper, C. Wane, C. A. M. Nankervls. C. Lye. Dr. Buckley, C. Adams, A. Matheson. D. Carter. The presi dent apologised for the absence of Dr. Sex ton. CORRESPONDENCE. E. J. Bowman wrote enclosing amount subscribed to the hospital through A.W.U. representatives: T. palethorpe 2/C. Wol gelly 2/C. A letter was read from Dr. G. P. Stanley, stating; that he was directed by the sub scribers to the local Dreadnought Fund, at a recent meeting, to donate to the Tamworth Hospital n sum of moiiev: at the same time enclosing cheque for £*11/6/0. The total siim donated will be £73/3/0. the other part being held by the Mayor, Aid. A. Matheson. A. W. Shelton forwarded a letter, stating lie would try and have repairs executed to the ambulance before the holidays. A letter had been received from "The...

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AUSTRALIA'S RESOURCES, TRADE AND POSSIBLITITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

AUSTRALIA'S RESOURCES, TRADE AND POSSlBILITITIESi The High Commissioner fur Australia was handling a cougeuial subject/ when lio de livered u lecture at Birmingham last month ott "Australia: Resources, Trade, and Possi bilbities." Speaking to a representative ga theriug of students from tho Faculty of Commerce, at the Chiirersity, asMVell as a number of businoss men, Sir Georgo lieid ;fi!iiuJt'd to the sucesses already achioved by tbe Commonwealth, and emphasised tJio greatness of tho resources yet to bo developd. 'Jlie Australian rainfall, Sir Georgo thought, is a much maligued institution, lie. was ublo to show that au area c<r £4G,000 square miles had a rainfall of over 20 inchcs a year, whilo from 10 to 20 inches fell over au extrafl, 000,000 squaro miles, and now soienco has stepped in and tho natural downpours aro supplemented by tho wonder-working artes ian bore. Sunk to a depth of from CO feet to 0000 feet, coinu 480,000,000 gallons , of water were • daily brought...

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MR. G. R. W. McDONALD. M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

-MR. a. It. W. MiDONALl). M.L.A. Bingnra's K.-presentutivo iu tlio State l'urli Jiont,

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COUNCILLOR F. PAYNE, [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

COrXCILT.OR P. PAVXi:, President of Nnn3lo Shiro since it* inception, and jvlm has notified his intention of not seeking nj-electkin*

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MR. R. H. LEVIEN, M.L.A., [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

MR. R. II. LKVIKX, M.L.A., Taimvortb's Popular Member and Father oS' tho iluuso.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS; If wo were able to live just right all the time there wonlil bo little need for medi cine, less need for doctors/ But',somo,,llttle thing is constantly coming along to put us out of balance—exposure/change of diet or drinking water, irregular meals 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.* A boon and a blessing to young women. NEMIA TONIC regulates tlio functions,*.

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PEOPLE WE KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

people we know. Admiralty House, Sydney, was vacated last Monday 1>y Lady Poore, probably the luost popular wouun, who has over reign od ]q appearance Lady P«oi'e suggested au old-world miniature that bud stepped out of its fra.UK:, with lier vleau-eut featured, uud wealth of exquisite white hair, tli.it lew, tiioinaolres perfectly to the white, and delicate pastel shades In which she gener ally dressed. Lady Eooro had a finished literary taste, and contributed to many of tbe boot Loudcu journals. While :*n Sydney, she was always ready to give her time and attention to charitable work, and hot speoclioo i» thaso connections were always worth "hoaring or trading. She will bo best remembered as founding tfie Optimist -Club, an assocmtioi which binds its members to smile, and always toot: on tho bright side of things. Last Wedneedoy the ladies oj Syduey, headed by tho Lady Mayoress, pre sented Lady Poor© with a parting souvenir in the shape of a bracelet, set with a big black opal, ...

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MEREDITH SALE. £1866 PAID FOR 1600 PAGES OF MANUSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

MEREDITH SALE. £1800 PAID FORT 1800 PAGES OE MANUSCRIPT. . ' A remarkable-'series of Meredith manu scripts, covering in all about 1000 pages, tho property of Miss Xicholls, the nurso and attendant of the author for the Inst seven years of his life, realised £1366 at Messrs. Sotheby's rooms yesterday. Mr. Bernard Quaritch and Mr. B. P. Ste runs, tho American agent, were the prin cipal bidders. The must important lot was tlinti which oomprised 440 pages of an early unpublished version of "A Conqueror in Om* Time,'' approximately, half tht» novel after wards colled "One "of Our Conquerors.'*■ This realised £200. For 113 pages of "A Talo of CJikJo'.\ £171, was, given ; "Tho Tra *gu5 Comediuns,'' 261 pages, complete ex cept for Page 31, mode £220; and ninety -iivo pages of "Diunu of _t?ie Crossway8M ..realised £108. . , 4 ' The manuscript of Meredith's* poem 'Mump to Glory Jane," fifteen und u lmlf page*, with fragmonts of two'earlier drafts, arous ed koon competition, the final bid bein...

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AROUND THE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

AROUND THE SALES. One of the disadvantages of taking holiday at this season of the your, at least for the practical housewife, is that when tho annual summer Kales aro oil she loses ■ one of the best optwrhinities of tlio year for thorough ly overhauling mid renewing household and wardrobe requirements. Ono or the chief characteristics of the French worann, no matter what her class is her excellent housekeeping, and it is when the season Is over thai tills characteristic la uppermost. Sho rocs through every detail of tho lumsohohl with minute care, thor oughly overhauls linen cheats, wardrobes, and china cupboards, renovates nil that is necessary. As sho does.'/ with filler house, so sho does with lier'owh'clothina, and it is a real pleasure to. he-initiated into the mys teries of her wardrobe. KverythiiiR is so dainty, so orderly, and so suggestive of the oaro and troublo bestowed upon it, that ib becomes ns interesting «s> a human person ality. Nor is it suggestive of frivolity...

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POWERFUL RADIUM RING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

'POWERFUL RADIUM RING- ' Professor T. H. Laby.'B.A., of Wellington University; New Zealand, who is oih a visit to Sydney, states that a powerful ring is busily engaged iu keeping up the pric® of radium. In proof of this contention Professor Laby points out that'when radium was first dis covered is was only one-twentieth of ita pre sent price. "Without doubt," ho suid, "rings are re sponsible for the present prohibitive prico of radium. In my opinion it would be better if the hospitals bought the ore tustead of tlio radium, and then had the*oro worked up. Uaduitn ore has been found in the Com monwealth, especially in South Australia. As is well known, th? use of radium iu the treatment of cancer is bainii experimented with, but tho radium institute in Loudon lias fouiwl ttiat it is sometimes risky to uso it. In some cases it makes the disease worse. Hut there is'no doubt wliaterer that, com bined with surgery, radium has a very bene ficial effect on certain casta of cancer. If it- is...

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YOUNG PEOPLE'S COULMN. SHORT STORY. DORA'S VISIT TO BEELAND, PART II. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

WONG PEOPLE'S COHJMN. SHORT STORY. DORA'S VISIT TO BEELAMD, PART II. When they were ail seated, lor everyone •hod stood U1> when the bluebells chimed •eight, the -Queen turned and looked at Dora; but Dora did not feel afraid In the least now, for she noticed such a kindly look in the Queen's little bright eyes, and three pretty dimples that would play in and out armind ber mouth in spite of the fact that Hire tried_to keep them still as more bene >flUng her dignlHed position. Dora felt there could be nothing to fear from eyes where love and sympathy dwelt -together. Six bees sat on either side of Dora—she supposed these must be the jury, and the' one that had commanded Dora to be brought hither stood by the side of the Queen. The Queen now asked him, "what la the charge against tlie prisoner?" And her voice was sweet as a chime of lily bells in a soft summer wind. Poor Dora trembled with fright though she tried to he brave, and blinked away her tears, for It is only babies tha...

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"A CRYING SHAME." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

".A CBYlkG SHAME." £peakig at St. Janes' Church of England, Mo&toa, t&oJiW^r. F. A. Yvenboru, organis ing secretary o£* the Church'of ftnglund in the diocese of RJverina. said the ministors who were laboring in outlying parts of the diocese were net supported as they should be. Some of the clergy received only £40 a year, which was not as much as some men would pay boys who cut their wood. It was a crying shame, he said, that devoted men who gave up other occupations to preach the Qospel were not better pro vided for. In couseqiuice' of the poor support accorded by the parish to th© Church of Englaud at Moaina, the Bishon considered it neceesary to Tomovo the resident clergy man to anotttor district.

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SECOND PART—PART II. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

• SECOND PART—PART II. "This all sounds very. Bad, said the Queen, "but we must see what the prisoner has to say for herself." ■ jjora screwed up her courage very tightly and kept her eyes fixed on the Queen's kind ly face as she rose trembling from her chair. She remembered that It was proper to curtsey to royalty, for she had seen her auntie practising for her presentation. So she put her tiny left foot behind her and curtseyed very low to the Queen, and her Majesty's face lit up with such a kindly smile that It reminded Dora of a rainbow. But Just na Dora was fioing to speak, | tho room was suddenly illumined with a radiant light, as if thousands of electric lights had/all been turned on at once. But It \yaj3, such a sort light that Dora's eyes soon became accustomed to it,' and thett she. sdw a more lovely Utile Being [than she had ever dreamt of in her happiest dreams. Her flowing azure robes glistened and shone as she moved like sunshine it* self, and her waving hair was as a ...

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BRIDAL LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

BRIDAL LOVE. A January bride will be n prudent house* keeper and very good tempered. A February bride will.he a humane and affectionate wife and tender mother. A March bride will he a frivolous chatter box. roroowbat given to qunrrollinR. An April bride will be Inconsistent, not very Intelligent, but fairly good-looking. A May bride will be'handsome, amiable, and likely to be happy. A June bride will be Impetuous and gen erous. A July bride will be handsome and smart, but a trifle quick-tempered. An August brido will be amiable and practical. A September bride will be discreet, aff able, and much liked. An October bride will be pretty, coquet tish, loving but jealous. A November bride will be liberal, kind, but of wild disposition. A December Urlde v/iM be well proportion ed, fond of novelty, entertaining, but ex travagant. ^

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. I (By Editress.) Edna.—Your little letter was very inter- I esting. It Is a great pleasure to me to wel ccmo correspondents. You must bo hav ing a very nice holiday If you find It so dif ficult to make up your mind which is the very nicest day. I Mary.—You,have got the Queen's name, so of course you mean to send something ' along even if it Is only a penny towards the gift that the women of the Empire who arc called .Mary are giving to th<> Q.iern on her Coronation. I am glad one of the flr.sl members of llio Children's Union has the Queen's name. Meg.—You must have been one of llie first to read the Young People's Column as your letter has come so far, so I am very pleased indeed to welcome a member who is so far away, and to know the Young Peo ple's Column is road and enjoyed in such lonely place. By all means write and ask your cousins to join tlio Children's Union: you will enjoy telling each other what you are doing for the Children's Un...

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