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WIRELESS IN COURT. INSTALLATION TO FACILITATE A LAWSUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
WIRELESS IN COURT. INSTALLATION TO FACILITATE' A LAWSUIT. Wireless messages to and from the High Courts are likely to form ft prominent fea ture' of the case of Marconi and others v. the Kritish Radio-Telegraph nnd Telephone Company. In order to facilitate explanations by ex perts, a complete wireless telegraphy 'appa ratus is to bo installed. As stated in this journal yesterday, Mr. Justice Parker has authorised counsel to inform the Office of Works that it would be convenient to have electric current avilablo for the demonstra tions. The aparatus will, if permitted, be complote to the most minute detail. For the information and instruction of the judge a transmitting set, a receiving set, and pos sibly an "aeriel" (to catch messages in mid air) will be installed. A great deal of room will not be needed. Everything can be contained in a spaco of roughly, Gft. by 3ft. .Eminent scientists will explain principles and- giro illustrations of the workings of thd' 'Installation. The whirr...
CONSULT MR. S. A. BASSER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
CONSULT MR. S. A. BASSER. Mr. S. A. Bosser, thn eminent Vienna opticinn, holds the very highest certificates secured by actual examination in Vienna, Berlin, Dresden, London and New York, He i&lt;) also a qualifiod master of the British Op. tical Association. Mr. Basser desires to give the greatest possible number the benefit of his skilled services and makes no charge whatovor for consultations, or for carefullv testhig the sight. His coming visit to tlni1 town offers a splendid opportunity of bavins the eyes properlv attended to, and all visual defects corrected. Mr. Basser has devoted much time to tho study of the eyes of the young, and parents should note thin fact, and bring the children to him for examination A few minutes now may save great expense In tho future. Mr. Basser is sole agent for tho "So Easy"- rimless glasses—quit© the most comfortablo it is possible to get. He employs no agents, and may be consulted in person at the Royal Hotel, Tainwortb, on Thursday an...
H. A. BARACLOUGH. LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
H. A. BARACLOUGH. LIMITED. The firm that is so good that others try to imitate it, is the firm that is the best to attend to your eyesight. "With H. A. Barraclough, Ltd., you get tho studied work wherein nothing is left to chance, wherein everything is done scientifically. In every department of H. A. Barraclough's business, both in Sydney and Melbourne, tho would be imitator tries to copy and fails. Tho firm standardised the optician's science as a practical business in Australia, :iud always lead* the way of advancement in devising now and better means for giviug comfort and accuracy so prized in glasses.
THE BLOW FLY PEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
THE BLOW FLY PEST. A' Western sheep owner lias adopted the plan of dipping the carcases of nil skinned rabbits in an nrsenic solution—leaving them near tanks and dams so that blow Hies would have ready access to them. He claims that millions of Hies are killed in this way, nnd considers it a solution of tho blow Jly trouble. The solution is composed of arsenic JJiylb, soda 71b. nnd sugar Gib* Add water and ball for 25 minutes. The preparation should not be inhaled, nor al lowed (o get into sores or cuts. It would perhaps be much better if the carcases were burnt, and some«crther means be taken jo serve up the sugar and arsenic I to the lUes—green bushes, for instance, dip ped into the solution should be effective, if placed beyond the reach of stock. Cattle nnd sheep have a "habit of nosiug around rabbit carcases. • There is also the danger that rain falling on such carcases would drain into and pollute the nearest .water* supply. >&• -
WOOL AND WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
WOOL AND WHEAT, The wool returns to the Kattvi&y Depart-? ment, as frotn the begoinning of the season^ (June 1), show that the qqantity received^ at the three depots. Darling Harbor, Mor-'? peth, and Newcastle, "was 732,320 baiesr an; incroase of 36,318 bales, compared with the corresponding period last year. The quantity of wheat received at Darling TIarbor since the beginning of the season (December 1) -was 502,GC2 bags, which is an increase of 70,000 bags over the corre sponding period last season. During th©^. same period 200,000 bags have been shipped,, and the quantity stored in the grain sheds-' at Darling Island at the present, .time is=; S3,025 bags.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
ANEMIA, POOR BLOOD OR APPETITE, SICK HEADACHE, OR HEART WEAKNESS. ■i5 YOU SUFFER THUS, TAKE TH'3 . Mrs. S. Reade, of March Street, Richmond, N.S. Wales, was a con tinuous tuSefer tirom General De bility, Sick-Headache, and Poor Appetite. Read what medicine cured her, and then get it if you wish to be cured alto. Clements Tonic Ltd. 'During 1901 and 1905, I suffered periodically from sick headaches and neuralgia, •with attacks of biliousness. I used to dread the days and nights as they came. My relief came about in quite a simple manner. I was recommended by a friend to take Clements Tonic, as it had curcd her. The first bottle did mc little good, but after the third I increased in strength and appclite; so much so, that I have now splendid healthy for never at any time have I had any at tacks of neuralgia since 1 took this well-known remedy. I am thankful to be rid of them and in good health once more. (Signed) "Mrs. S. READE." What this medicine has done in this case has been done ...
The Dashwoods. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
.The Dasliwoods. &lt;CBy Steele Ruutl, author ot "On our Selec* • tlou," 4,Our -Vow Selection," etc., etc.) And it was nil chucked about in any order, and no order at all. Ui'foru this jmnblo of stationery the br.ililf calmly seated himself in 51 heavy chair, the lejis o\ which scratched channels in the floor when lie drugged it under him, and proceed i'd to arrange the pni>eis, "Smith v. lirown loe." i "Well, notr, Mr. ^1on,nlot^,, lie said. turn ing to our patient friend, with » winninc smile, "before wo tso in and see the j I'll just, endorse the warwant. with y,.n» an-&lt; swers. You rehire to pay inc this he- j cause you hay yon tiro not. 1h&lt;« defendant mentioned in the warrant. It- that- m«, Mr Brownlne?'' "Juvfc as Ah told yow afo:o,M angered olil John. The bailiif iiocltlocl. and proceeded io write things on the back of tho w.-ifrant. AMien he "had finished Ills fa- e n-,*mncd a serious, eaintly expression, a !i;it>ifc ho had acquired from lo...
NURSES' SULKY FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
NURSES' SULKY FUND. Further donation to tli© above fund of £1/10 11as been handed in beiug pro ceeds of social held at Dungowan. Total in hand to date, £13/0/. The following Is a complete list to date:—Townsman 10/6, G.P. 10/, Ex-patient 5/, A.P.. 10/0, B. Wool .'•ston £1/2/, A. Friend £2, Benefactor 10/6, P.G.S. 10/6, Tiger £1, R.S.P. £1, F.P.C. 10/6, W.O.S. 5/, Andrew Androntco £3, J. II. Tnssell 10/6. Proceeds of social, arrang ed at Dungowan, £1.
APPOINTMENTS CONFIRMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
APPOINTMENTS CONFIRMED. Notifications appear in "the ^Gazetto'* flint thft following 'appointments to tho Commonwealth som'ce have been confirmed: —A. C. Smith, telegraph messenger, Weo "NVaa; C. H, Vcness, telegraph messenger, Manilla; A. A, Conolly, letter carrier," Man illa; R. Brackiu, lineman, Armiilalo; James Edwarda, lineman, Qnirindi; Geo. Robinson, lineman, Glon Iunes.
THE RECORD FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
THE RECORD FLOOD. [Hie fifteenth of January, 1910, the third Saturday in the month, will long he remem bered by the proeenfc generation as the da'.o of the visitation of tjie most disastrous flood in the north and north-western parts of the State, known in the annals of white men. Throughout the town the last few daye the most superstitious po*nt to the fact that we are now experiencing similar class of warm, inuggv weather which pre ceded the disastrous deluge 12 months ago. Our Vieo Waa correspondent wires thab there is a feeling of anxiety in that district Aa nothing tangible lias yet resulted from the movement to prevent a recurrence -of the disaster it may not be out of place for the powers that he to carry on the proposal another step while the people are in the mood. The Mayor catted a meeting just before Christmas, but as very few attended it was adjourned to a later stage. Perhaps the auniversary of the occurrence would he a suitable date to take further action. It is not w...
DEATH OF MRS. J. BYRNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
DEATH OF MRS. J. BYRNE. Tha death of Mrs. J. Byrne, of Rockvale, Attunga, occurred on Monday night afc the residence of ber daughter, Mt9. R. J. O'Hal loran. 'Hie deceased lady was born in Kil raore, County Glare, Ireland, in 18G5. She came to Attunga 33 years ago, and resided with ber cousiu, the late Mr. James Carey, llffo years after lier arrival she married Mr. John Byrne, and bad resided at At* tunga till tbe time of hor last illness, which commenced about three months ago. Drs. Walley and Buckley attended her during thab time, but in spite of all they could do, assisted by tho skilled nursing of Nurse Short, and a sister from Lewisham Hospital, sho grew gradually wor/w, and died us stated, the immediate cause of death being pneumonia and cerdro thrombosis. The de ceased lady leaves 1 ehind a sorrowing hus band and a faraHy of fire daughters and two sone, all of whom (wWi t3io exception of ono daughter wio is a Dominican Nun in Mcitland) reaido in the dirtrict. ?he funeral cort...
BARRABA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
BARRABA SHOW. We hare received the schedule of prizes for the above show ,and judging by it an attractive programme will be placed before the public on March 1, 2, and 2. There are ten prizes in the blood horse section, four in the hackney, four for trotting horses, live for ponies, 17 for draught horses, and eight for miscellaneous. There is also a jumping contest, and a goodly number of prizes for saddle and harness horses and turnouts. The price lists in the sheep, cattle, poultry, machinery, fine art, and other sections are on a liberal scale. Entries close on Febru ary 18. '
MISS NELLIE STEWART AND THE BILL POSTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
MISS NELIJK STEWART AND THK UIU, POSTER. A bill poster in one of the New South Wales towns has written to Miss Nellie Stew art, stating that he* is an "hi ai'tor, and that li« was once witii her father's company. So delighted is ho at the prospect o| lit»r visit ing tfee town where ho plies his occupation, that he has announced his intention of re serving overy available sjwee in the locality for her posters. "1 an» ;d*> the town bell man/' he writes, "and although your visit is not until the end of March, I shall an nounce It every market day from sow on.
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
SWIMMING. On Saturday next Cecil Healy will hare an opportunity of showing what ho can do over thretKjuarters of & mile against Ileaure paire, of yiotoria, recently back from a won derfully successful tour of Kn^land and tho Continent. The Victorian is considered to lie tho world's champion over a distance, hut he will need to be at his very best to down Healy. On Friday niglit Healy was a com* petitor in the final of the 1320 yards.Pre sident's Cup Handicap at the Municipal Baths, Domain, and he announced hit iitjben tion of trying to Jqwt»r the Australoqiqfi re cord for the distance. The time was ISmin 4soc, and it was recorded by feeaurepairo at the Domain Baths in January, 1909. Healy easily beat the Victorian's nctires, and ho was only 2 l-osec outside the world's* record. The Sydneyite, who used tlie "crawl" action throughout the swim, did tho 220 yards in Spun 'Usee, tho 440 in Gmin 45sec, GOO in 8min Tseo, 880 in llmin 49see, 1100 in 14inin C2sec, aud the full distan...
SPORTING NOTES. HORSE RACING. FIXTURES. January. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
SPORTING NOTES. HORSE RACING. FIXTURES. January. 11—Rosebery Races. 11—Wollar Races. 31. 12—Coonabarabran J.C. Races. 11. 12—Jnverell J. C. Races. 11—BetTigan J.C. Races. 11—Oberon J.O. Races. 12.13—Tjgfanna Picnic R.C. Annual Meeting 14—Hedilon J.C. Races. 14—Victoria Park Races. v.. 14—Warjwlck Farm Races. 1 14—Heddon Greta Races. 17,18-^filurrowa R.C Meeting. 17, 18—6ombala J.C. Races. ^ 17—Wollongong J.C. Races. 15—Victoria Park Races. , . _ . 18, 19—Blngara Races. 19, 20—Bong Bong Picnic Races. 21, 2C—A.J.C. Anniversary Meeting. 21—Krnwarreo Races. • 23, 24—Barraba T.C. Meeting. 25—Walisend J.C: Races. 2"—DonUlquIn V.L.J.C. Meeting. 23—Keqsiligton Races. 23, 26—Burren Junction Amateur Races. 23, 20—Bourke Hospital Benefit Meeting. 23, 20—Bathurst T.C. Races. 20—Bellinger River J.C. Races. 2G—Lawrence J.C. Races. "■ 20—Marengo J.C. Races. " £0—Reefton Races. . * v 20—Mllb'ulong. J.C. Races. ...... 20—Leadvllle'R.C. Meeting. ! 20—Condobolin J.C. Races. 20—'Major's* Creek T.C. Rac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
CRICKET. Melbourne and Sydney Universities began their annual match at the University Ovui, Oamperdown, yesterday, ond it will extend over and to-morrow. The visiting team consists of H.*B. Lowers (captain), L. Darby, A. E. V. Hartkopf, R. Shelley, I*. Hailes, F.A. H. Boynton, A. Giblin, S. Waters, M. Fraser, H. itussell, and H. Maudsley. The representatives of tho Sydney University are "\V. J. Stack, F. K. McRlhone, R. P. Barbour, R. B. Minnett, E. M. Fisher, C. %T. To*or, J. C. Lamrock, R. J. A. iVlas sie, C. V. Single, h. 0. Terrey, and E. S. James. Sydney has won 17 games and Mel bourne 10, but it is 10 years since the latter Iliad a win at Sydney St. Barnabas, 9 for 130 (Hart 39, Richard son 33, Knight 22, Guthrie 15), hont Queens land Insurance Company, 97 (Young 24, Douglass 18, Miller 17 not out, Mollett 1C). Knight and Roberts bowled best for the win ners. In a cricket match, Rooty, Hill v. Mt. Druitt, played at Mt. Druitt on 31st ult., A.- H. Atkinson, playing for, Rooty H...