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WALCHA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

WAJiG'HA XEWS. The shire election hnB created some changes. Owing to tho early closing or no- I urinations, ex-president M\ M. Rostiiwiclc , was overlooked, and lie has drooped ont ns ono or tlio representatives of A Hiding. Messrs. Thos. Fletcher, Tlios. Crawford, audi A. I), Fletcher are now the candidates for that riding. • For C Riding Mr. \V. Schraeder hud just been elccted to fill the sent vacated hy Cr. Gillies, By sonio means this nomination was also delayed beyond the specified time, so that although ohosen for the by-elec£ion, Mr. Schraeder will not have an opportunity to tost the opinion or ratepayers at the triennial election, Messrs. Fleming and A. Jones having a walk-over for tlmb riding.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

SUMMARY. - y The committee oi: tae Tumwortli- Hospital are 'lacing the problem of hnding accomAo* elation for typhoid patients duiing the pro gress of alteration aud additions and have decided to apply to the Board oi' Health for the Joan of a nnmjuee. The question of the admission of visitors to the hospital also came in for a good deal of discussion, and it was decided only, to allow visitors to sue typhoid patients ©a Sundays between two and 4 p.m., eaecept-itt ,• urgent cases. a • The receipts from the hospital fcoxe#/ which are placed at various business places t in town, for 10 were £3/19/2. , Mrs. .J. By inc.', of Hockvalo, Attunga,di»d at ibe icaidence of her daughter, Mrs. R« • | J. O'Hailoruu, uu .Monday night.' QTiio foxier* al cortege leuves St. Nicholas' Ghurch at 9 o'clock morning for Attuuga ceme* tery. At the military training camp at :Albury, which lias now broken UP> 188 out of 20ft men passed tlio oxamiuation^ successfully. The roof or a tunnel in a copper mine...

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

Turner & Carey, {THE UP-TO-DATE TAILORS Street, \ < '' TAMWORTH., 'AH tho latest materials stocked. Pit, Stylo and Workman* Bhip Guaranteed. - Tamworth Permanent .JBntnal Benefit Building and Investment Society. . EXAMPLE OF RE-PAYMENT. OF. 'A LOAN OF £100 I OR Xu YEAR8. rA person borrowing £100 (4 shares), for 101 years, baa to repay in that time by monthly* .instalments of £1/7, totalling £162. These; re-payments mean an annual payment of £16/4. 'After paying for 8 /ears a borrower would have ropaid £129/12. Judging from the re unite of the past four years there should be added to .this atnount by way of Bonus (£fr per share, equal to £4 per annum) £32, mak ing a total of repayments to £161/12, leaving only to be furthor repaid 8/, so that tho bor rower will only have paid during 8 year* £129/12, plus 8/-—equalling £130. That ia '£100 principal and £30 for interest for 8 years, which is less than 4 per cent. Tbe Directors do not guarantee the con tinuance of the...

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A PAGE FOR WOMEN. FROM OUR POINT OF VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

E FOR WOM CONDUCTED BY "URBANIA." FROM OUR POINT OF VIEW. Tlie flrat'wcbk of the New Year has seen Tatfjwortn enjoying a profound quiet, a quiet she would probably have enjoyed a good deal move Jr it had not been coupled with extveitio heat. People who have man* aged to gol away for n short holiday are coming back. And people who couie back from a holiday do not always come back in Iho happiest of moods; tbey generally Buffer from that, particular kind of tired feeling which Homeonc has called Monday tab, and one of tlio symptom.* of jMonrlnyish nt!33 IB a deplorable tendency to grumble. The particular themes for grumbling ot our Mondayish frU-ndn are the heat, and the smells. Heat is really very much a matter Of opinion. Several Tamworth people have come back from Armfdaie declaring that place to be very much hotter than here, nn opinion Annidale people attribute to pure perverseness. while the lato Rev. Al« bert McLaren, one ot the first missionaries to New Guinea, was known to wa...

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

INTEREST 'AWAKENED. Tnterost «wjiIcmum1 oreryvrliero in tho mar vullous outvs of Cuts, 13 urns, nnd Wound* witU Dr. Sln»ldon'j» Mnnnotio Liniment. 1* Gd and fts, Obtainable ut all stores, aul Full* man's pharmacy,*

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LOVE AND BALANCE-SHEET. £150 Damages for a Broken Promise. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

LOVE AND BALANC&SHEEr. £150 Damages for a Broken Promise* . , The jury at the Birmingham Assizes awarded £150 damages to Alice Emmeline Ross in her action for breach of promise of marriage against Francis Henry Lees. The parties .lived at Handsworth. The case, as partly reported, disclosed an enormous num* her of love-letters. Lees himself was the only witness called for the defence. He admitted the promise. He asked her to marry him in the usual orthodox way. Then, in vefercnce to busi ness disagreements between his father and hers, she grew cool. He asked her to renew her old cQnfidencMn him. She answered, "I really cannot unless you treat my father #b you ought." ,yiwy, both were rather fond of an argument. ' '(Laughter.) Did you' tell Miss Ross you hoped to marry her in May last year?—That de pended upon a balance-sheet to be got out in March. (Laughter.) You wrote to her from Llandudno: "I think the air will blow all the cobwebs from my heart, and you will find me most ...

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DYNA[?]TE GLYCERINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

DYNAlfflTE GLYCERINE. The Announcement that the price of glycerine has, by a further advance of £o on Thursday, reached a record figuro romes at the end of a period of five years, during which it.has increased « by leans and bounds. .The wholesale, prices for the last /iv* years of 80 per cent. pure glycerin© 190'! .. .. £2o per ion. 1907 ' per ton. This extraordinary increase is primarily Alio to the demand for that uualitv of glycerine, used in the manufacture of' ex plosives such as dynamite, which is derived from nitroglycerine. Five years ago "dyna mite glycerine." an impure variety, whs about £2 or £3 uer r-on cheaper than pure glycerine. To-day It is £30 dearer. The price has therefore risen in that jjerind from £-3 of £103, an increase of over 350 per cent. The demand for • glycerin© for the manufac ture of high explosives has increased stead ily, but the available sources have not in creased in proportion. 1903 1009 1910 £43 per ton £o7 per ton. £75 per ton.

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LAST OF LUCKNOW'S V.C.'S. HOW SIR A. D. HOME WON THE VICTORIA CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

LAST OF LUCKNOW'S V.C.'S. HOW SIR A. D. HOME WON' THE VICTORIA CROSS. Sr Anthony Dickons Home, V.C., K.C.B., who recently celebrated liis oishty-foruth birthday, is the last man left or the little hand or eleven—cut off sifter tho march of Haveloek'a column of relief inlo Lucknow Residency—who in September, 18*37, held a house in the T«ueknow Imaar against 1,000 sepoys for one long day and a night, defend ing wounded men. Sir Athunv was a surgeon then attached to the 9Qth Llgnt Infantry, and was with the rearguard that could not force its way thro ugh to the Residency with the main body of Havelock's men on September 25. ^ The evento ot September lit), which gained him the Vicotria Cross, are .still fresh in the memory of Sir Anthony. 41 With u guard of mo men," he said, "1 was sent forward to convey the wounded' into the Residency. Sepoys were ail around us on the housetops firing down, and when, wo reached a raised bazaar the native fearers of the dooleys, or palanquins, in which ...

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IN NEW CALEDONIA. A POLYGENOUS POPULATION. VAST MINING RESOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

IN NEW CALEDONIA, POLYGENOUS POPULATION. VAST .MIXING RESOURCES. The poulntion of Now Caledonia must surely be about the most polygenous in tlie world. Numbering but 52,000 in all, it In cludes whiles and natives, missionaries and heathens, and convicts and quasi-eonvicts of all descriptions. Some idea of the admix ture of the human species was conveyed lo a Now Zealand contemporary by Mr. T. Manning, British Vice-Consul on the Island, who recently visited Auckland. New Caledonia was for many years used by France as a convict station, and although no convicts are now sent there, a con siderable number of those transported for life still, remain. Some of these, for of fences committed on the Island, have since their arrival received terms of five or ten years on top or tbelr life sentences, though how justice Is going to run her full course in those eases Is not quite clear. There is on the Island an even more undesirable class—the incorrigible—men who have been convicted of a number...

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

SYDNEY. Harrison, Jones and Devlin, Ltd., Teport: 1-1,0*57 (sheep (including lanibs) penned, oliiefly comprising medium nnd trade qual ity jnerinns. occasional lots of prime, and a lioavy proportion of ewes. Crossbred.* wcro fairly well represented, but prime were scar ce. Buyers were In full attendance, including all sections of the trade, tbe Sydney Meat Propervinii Co., and several exporters. Sales opened very depressed, and prices were about equal to last day's closing rates. Kr.es v.ero cheaper. As business progressed prices improved tor j^o<id and prime, which were in strong request. Lutnke wore also in light supply, and mnr- ! ket lor prime* ww firm, whilst useful trade* description* showed no material alteration cm rate*. 1 .| r»s fruit It* .wtrdfod, the majority IxMnp n«rfnl trade bullocks, several lots <>r prime, ;iikI :i number of cows and young sort*. Biiy t>\.< were £illy Represented, including.-all M*<iions <...

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

MARKET REPORTS. TAMWOUTH. Prcscott, Limited, report: — Nutter.—TJ:oro lifts been no alteration in prices r.vek. I«oc;il trr.de lur.s been diffi cult to hn.idfc on account of the quality of t!:e bull; «'J sirrivnla bfcinjj much 'ower than Uu» standard rccjuirctr. Tftia is dmibiK':;: duo to hot weather und intervention of the lioli d:r\-', v.in'cii hr.vo upset cream deiiver.es to lf.oi«»rie3. London b«;;crs r.ro luo".::ni* for chore quality, but this description is scares ;< I seconds are dull of cale. l'ro'luctum is well maintained. , Melbourne.—Thero lies been n steady dev maud for,local sale, hut the nr.rket closed on Thursday rather inactive. Wec'.crns r 11uoted 10}d to lOJd. other brar.ds i)Jd ; lOJd, medium •«od heated lots frcm 8Jd to !JJd, Arrivals in NMbourne for ti:o wcvk ending Dereinher ■wNverc 30f02G boxes but ter, and 1!)8 frws cream. Brisbane.—The market, remains unaltered at M/ for locnf s^lo. f.ast v/eelc's producli-n is estimated at 10,0-17 boxen, *7lneh *...

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GLEN INNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

r.T.F.N INXES. ;■ On Friday night " °IK~ 'hers of' the local Caledonian Sone y a^mbl ;cd at Tattersall's' Hotel to 1)111 !nlro^«1.to .Pipe-]yiajor Binnie, on '.^J5 a V a" yiarturo -for Scotland. The oluo • " • Nelson) presided, and dnrint; ',01.. , 6 proaented Mr. Binnie with a 1 r'^1 S on behalf of the society; whilst Mr. J.JW otson, on behalf of the pipe band, P'^ou^ .in,. -mi —i'"- ires .sarts •-•-* Hhe recipient made a suitable i«>P<' Saturday "Ml*. Binnie'-s fellow J? ' "St. Elmo'' Bare Kim a dress.nz c*• W.:T. Tralford belDS-spokesman. Mr. a suitably acknowledged tlie.igift.,Ha, Sunday uight'd train for" Sydney, a hVgo crowd assembling at tbo, station to wioU bira a final foroTrell. Mr. Binuio is going abroad (or hoalth reasons, and also with the objoct of seeing his agod paronto, hub ho oontom plnlcs resuming ta thi« Sia'.ff .it omt» fniwro date. la a competitive examination tvhirli was held lor senc>lnr.s)ilor probationary sttt* dents .-it G!on lftnes on Oct...

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

MOREE. A very neat rapture of a pair of "sus pects" was of Fee tod b.v Senior-Sergeant Mor . oiiey at Yarramari liridge the other day? He drove over to the bridge aud thero .met two mou named .Tohn Kreomnn -and Thoma9 Coppard, who were returning from Garah . races in a sulky. The sergeant searched both men and sulky and found all sorts of .cheat ing implements, such as fnko spinnin# rtrheel, faked dice, five pennies with tlie bead' " on both skU'S, and one with the toil on both sides, faked boards for two-lip, besides1 bea ting tickets. £8 was found on Freeman - and £4/15/2 on Coppard. The two men vera, brought up befnm the Police Court„bn Wed nesday and eliarged with having; insufficient 'means of'support. They j;are all corts of .'excuses, but the P.M. ultimately sentenced Freeman to. four months' bard labor,"• and Coppard, who is only -2, to month's imprisonment, the former at Maitlalnd, and the latter at Tamwortb.

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

At a myelins of drlc^.si',^ from Northern Xew England Hiile Ciuhs, Iwld al Aimithi!*» on SCtli tilt., the following rr<olutionr.i wore earned"That the (Mantes as-,en;hh>d, op press tlmir high npprci-vfrtinn of tho manner in which tho Council «{ tho N.K.H.A. hnvo conducted the moo!in;;-at Armidale, and es pecially of tho excellent way in which Secre tary Monro ha* nwfnrnu'd the duties sit toehed to his ollicti"; also, "Thai tho atten tion of tho C'onnril of tho N.K.H.A. bo drawn to the inadequate target accommoda tion, and :i!so thy indilferont conditio^ of tho mouud nt the Armidule raiiy.c, with a viow to having something done in tho mat ter, which would assist the (juiyinu out of further meeting." A cuvrespmuUmt writos to the ArmkUvle '!l3sj)rcsjs?':—I notion in vnur "ot Years Ayo'f. column a letter from a Brisbane cor respondent commenting on u party who wont to Queensland in tho early sixties in scarch of nms.*"Mr. \V. T. Blair, of this town, well rcmehijBors ' when...

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WEE WAA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

WEE WAA. A presentation of a hjindsome silver- back ed brush, comb, and mirror was made to Miss Linda. North on 22nd December In re cognition ot her services as organist o£ St.. Augustln's C. ot E. The presentation was made.by -Mrs. A. Hajnllton.at Uncommer cial Bank (Mrs. Hole being hos'tess); A number ot ladles were present, and a musi cal programme per medium,ot.a gramajihone added pleasure to the function. Miss North expressed pleasure and surprise at the gilt, and thanked those responsible tor it.

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

MUSWELLBROOK. The "Chronicle" hears that some officers from the Mines Department inspected the Muswel'lbrook Coal Company's mine last week, the mine being under offer to the Government; From the Muswellbrook "Chronicle" we learn that the Government has deilnltely decided to resume 100 acres of Overton Estate for the purpose of an experimental farm. The area to be taken comprises, they are Informed, the river flat, a very rich agricultural tract.

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

COMPETITIONS. I SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1911.—Liter ary Paper not exceeding 600 words, on the most enjoyable day of the holidays. (Chil dren's Union Coupon must bo firmly attached to each entry). I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY -I, 1911.—Need lework. Any article of plain sewing. (Cliil dreti's Uuio'n Coupon must be firmly attached to each entry). SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11.—Art. A | colored map of uuy portion of tho Briai&h Kmprre. (Children's Union Coupon nnist be iirtnlr attached to each entry). . EDITRESS YOUNG PEOPLE'S COLUMNS.

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RULES FOR CHILDREN' S UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

RULES FOR CHILDREN' S UNION. N.B.—-Rend these rules carefully, and re member if you do not keep tliem vour con tributions must be disqualified. 1.—Members of the Children's Union must bo under sixteen years of age. 2,—The C.U. Coupon must be firmly at tached to every entry lor Art and Literature Competitions. * Entries with LOOSE or NO Coupons will be disqualified. ft.—Name and nddrrf.3 of Competitor with number and a^e must be firmlv attached to, or written upon, each entry for oompoti tiou. Contributions with LOOSE or XO names will be disqualified. •1.—All entries must be roceived at latest by first post on tho date given. Competitions aro iriven far in advance to enable you to have plenty of time to ha punctual. o.—All prizes must be applied for within 14 days. (5.—Nothing must be copied from any pic ture or design, and no one who has received payment for work, and # thereby become professional, is eligible to join the Union. 7.—Letters and pnrcels insufficiently stumped are not ...

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IN TER-DISTRICT NEWS. HILLGROVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

^ ® TEK^ISTRict'KEWS; 7 niu,GROVE. ' On, Timothy evening Inst- the hnlf«.venrlj meeting <A tho inenl Oddfellow* wns held, when ihe officer* for next, term wore elected os follows:—X.G., V.G. Urn. Tmvnsend; V.G., K.S.^ttra. U. Witherdin; K.J?., Hro. Cen. Snow; P.N.G. J>ro T. 0*Hriuu. P.D.G.M. !»rn. Mill-tin was f-lnrU>d (!e)e;'sile to l;ho rifctrirt tiiHetin*; to he held at Knim::vilk\ and p.g. Hjo. a. mexuu was nominated lor i'ositiun ni D.Jj.G.M.

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

Smithfield Butchery. BRISBANE-STREET, TAMWORTH. MRS. T. L. COOPER bogs to nnnounre that she is carryiui» on the abore buxi< riess. The premises havo been cntirelr re* liui)t, and are equal to any out of .Sydney. Small Goods aro still of tho same good quality, and dressed poultry a speciality. All order* promptly attended to. Customers arc requested to send their orders for poultry early. ' v S. H. CLARKE, PIANO TUNER. BRISBANE-STREET, TAMWORTH, References from many leading Townspeople. Tuner by Contract to the principal Public Institutions of the Town. K. J. BRITZ, PRACTICAL TAILOR. PEEL-STREET, TAMWORTIT. Oldest Establishment In the Nortli. LARGEST AND CHOICEST STOCK Always on hand of v SEA80NABLE GOODS. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED^ 0. R. Ross and Co. -WATCH, CLOCK and CHRONOMETER MAKERS, G2 KING-ST., SYDNEY. (Next Ellis' Coffee Palace). Country Storekeepers' Work Done at Trade Rates. Expert Workmanship. No Delay. No Overcharging. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Po.st your Repairs. DAE.UK A...

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