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

TO CURE INDIGESTION. I and Stomach Troubles it is necessary to 1 take lifter meals some harmless preparation which will supply tho natural digestive fluids Vl.icii every wouk stomach lacks. And tho boat preparation of this character is Dr. Sheldon's Diuestivo Tabnles, which contain all tho natural diucst-ants which nature re* quires for prompt digestion. One or two taken after nu-iils will prevent souring, fer mentation, and acidity, and ensure completo digestion and assimilation, 2s 6d per tin. ! Obtainable at all stores, and Pullman's Phar- 1 oiacy.* Demand Warm Baths With And gentle applications of Cuticura Ointment to soothe and dispel eczemas, rashes, itchings, irritations, chaf ings, chappings, redness and roughness of the face and hands, and muscular pains, strains and weaknesses. Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment have no rivals worth mentioning for the toilet,«bath and nursery.® Sold tirocfbout tNs worid.* Dcpou: Loitfos, 27, Chattetftou* Sq.; P&rli. IU. Hue de Cba...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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CHRISTIANITY NOT WANTED THE JOY AND PEACE OF BUDDHISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

I CHRISTIANITY NOT WANTED j I THE JOT; AND; PEACE OP BUDDHISM, j Susanu Dhuja, tho Buddhist monk' (or* "lipoongyi," as the Burmese cal them) had as liia nudicmue at Nowtown on Wednesday^' Jiighfc only a small kuofc of people, and tho. majority of theu>>ivere women, Teports "Tfio* Sun." Susann Dliajsi, who woro his yellow robo^ and eaiicLils, delivered ail onicrtaining loo-; turo 0n Burmali aiui tho Burmeso Buddhista,. who, J»u said, wero expecting a newly-iacar naun} Buddha, a man whose flesh -would be white, Ho pointed out that* all tho greaUyt religious leaders liad been Eastern, though* English pooplo talked about Jesus Cbrut as if ho wero a.n Englishman, and as if bo dressed in tho t>amo garb as EugUtihmoa. ] But no one in..th& hall dressed as Christ did excepting their 'hmnble servant." Sasuna Dhaja oxplained that afc the enj' of 1911 nn army of Buddhist missioaa.'iss would visit Christian lands to tell them wt"<v Buddha was and what his teachings we...

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

3I0RE WATER. Hfews comos through from Wee Waa that floods are talked of, and a repetition of last year's inundation woirid not be surprising. CTamworth should take the hint and be pre* pared, because if floods are in the air, they are very likely to call in here. The means of preparation need not cause any worry. Iters was nothing handy last flood, and yre are still in the same boat, or likely to be, if the Peel again goes wandering. Any old things will help: second-hand buck* ets, effete tubs, water ba&e, and tea strain ers wopld do. Let an army or willing work* ers be organised to sJt on the Peel, to put It one way, so that the community will learn Its obligations in time of danger.

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NOTES. OFF TO THE CORONATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

NOTES. OFF TO THE CORONATION. How events change our ways and senti* wents! mK few years ago, you couldn't pos ..wibl>. imagine Mr. "Andy" Fisher or Mr. "Jim" M'Goweji going oft to a corbnation and incidentally, lunching with a "Dook." Yet to-day we lind both these gentlemen fluking careful preparations to visit Eng land for the crowning of their Sovereign, King George. This indeed, adequately, afaowa the pi ogress of Democracy, whose crowning glory will he achieved when its two great leaders follow, in a "kerridge and pair" the stately processions incident to the coronation. The reported scarcity of ermine msiy also he keenly felt by Messrs. Fisher axnl M'Gowen, and although it really iB not common for plain colonials to appear in robes and ermine on state occasions, or any other occasion for that matter, who can say our two political leaders have not fan* rted themselves so "done tip1' for the oc casion? It is not too great a stretch of imagination, to find them attired in sump*...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. WEATHER FORECAST. Moro showers and thunder in the north I east'quarter and Isolated inland; otherwise , lino and hot, wHIi north winds, but a cool j I chance is approaching the far south-west. I

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A GIRL'S LONG RIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

A GIRL'S LONG RIDE The sunburnt country "way out back" has many good stories lo tell, and the facts of an incident which occurred in the Maitland district were recalled by the death last week of Mrs. Henerle, of Paddington. ♦ Mrs. Henerle in 18G9 Was Miss Jane Mac* donald, the 16-year-old daughter of Mr. Thomas Macdopald, of Aberdeen Station, West Maitland. Sho was, too, the finest horsewoman of those parts'. 1 .A workman one day sustained'grave .in juries, which demanded prompt treatmentr Nobody knew much about the dressing of serious wounds,.and the poor fellow .-was in a- fair • way to bleed Jo. ^e&th. ^There.was no. doctor nearer than Hearing of the accident,-Miss Macdonald promptly declared that she would ride for a doctor. "He shall not bleed to death," she cried, and she galloped off on Black Prince, a well-known animal, the property of the late Mr. James White. It was'CO miles to the house of Dr. Bowker, ,and Miss Mac donald rode straight baci, nfter only a 3hort cpe...

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DESPERADOES IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

DESPERADOES IN LONDON. Tie doings in London, where three or four malefactors defied the uuited forces of ibe'police and military, anil brought about a state of civil war in one of tho most crowded parta of the city, has caused re fepoosible persons to put ou their consider ing caps. But the Loudou criminals did not reuoh that bloodthirsty frenzy all at once. Their murderous instincts were strengthen cd and fostered by tho mistaken lenity with which they were troatcd, and tho free hand which was given them U> concoct their plans. Tha amiable theory of the British Constitu tion is to regard nil such persons as "well meaning enthusiasts," who are entitled to tho right of asylum, and who can only be taken in charge by the law when their ne farious schemes have taken shupo in actual yUtrngo. The lesson scorns to be that law lessness is lawlessness. 'At first it contents stMf with minor breaches, but, as it gains »tri.«rigth by immunity (and still more so «vhen it receives overt encour...

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LONDON'S ANARCHIST COLONY. WHERE THE PLOTS THAT STARTLE. EUROPE ARE HATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

LONDON'S ANARCHIST COLONY. j WHERE "JTIR PLOTS THAT STARTLE. EUROPE ARE HATCHED. In view of recent sensational happenings In London, It la Interesting to nolo, nci-nrd ing to an English publication, that otie nf (he highest offlclalB at Scotland Yard, says near ly every anarchist plot of recent limes hss been hatched In the Solio district of t.on don. The surprising part of ;hls fact Is that the police are well acqu\lntfc<! villi the leading anarchists tvlio talco up their, residence Hi this country, and can tell when anything of more Importance than usual Is going on. Yet. to all outward appearance, they make no Blgn, and seemingly teav: these dangerous gentry n perfectly free hand t6 babble sedition and to plot assassin ation without putting the least obstacle In their way. This Is vers* far from being the case. The department of the Metropolitan Police that Is charged with tho task of watching and outwitting these desperadoes is one of tho most perfeatly-organl8ed bodi...

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STATE POLITICIANS IN NEW ZEALAND. ON BUSINESS AND PLEASURE. LESSONS FROM THE DOMINION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

STATE POLITICIANS IN NEW ZEALAND. ON BUSINESS AND PLEASURE. LESSONS FROM THE DOMINION. Partly with the object erf studying Now I Zealand mothods of administration, and partly to recuperate aftor a lengthy session, tw0 members of th© Now South Wales Cabi net, Mr. Ileeby (Minister for I.abor nnd In dustry) a i lift Mr, Holman (Attorney-General) arrived in "Wellington by tho Mnrama to dny, writes tho Wellington correspondent of tlio New Zealand "Herald," of December a8. Tho visiting Ministers wero interviewed, and state that they intend to interest them solves closely in the workings of the Arbi tration Act and other industrial legislation, a« Now Zealand is rocognised as a finger post in industrial mutters. Other ques tions that the visitors intend to investigate are tllOSe Of Sfaflftfl inturmm *1,„ Act (Mr. Holman complains of tho rigidity of the presonfc New South Wales measure), Workers* Compensation Act, anil tho various phases of education, including tho superan nuation schemes. ...

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AN AUSTRALIAN SOLDIER. AS AN EXGLISH OFFICER SEES HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

AN AUSTRALIAN SOLDIER. AS AN EXGLISH OFFICER SEES HIM. | In an English publication (says the "News letter") an officer of considerable experience, now on tho retirod list, gives his views ui) th<x merits and demerits of the Australian soldier. He considers that the Australian soldier is usually more regular than the vol unteer, and at times fit to do duty wit'i regulars. He takes his work seriously, and would think shame of himself if lrt> wer* not a good shot, a first rato horseman, and a trained scout. Ho is a better class of man, too, than, he | continues, we get in the Territorials. The 1 Ejiglish business man, as a rule, fights shy i of volunteer soldiering. He puts his busf* noss beforo his country. But the Australian regards soldiering as quite as important >n part of his life as making taoney. Tho re- ! suit is that the Australian corps are officered and manned for the most part by grown business men, who have been In it since boy hood, And who run tho corns...

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

DYING MAX'S FORTUNE. Count Yimutig Lazar, u Hungarian noble* man, has just passed away aft«r a chequered and romanti<* career. not the least romavk able iuruli'dt of which occurred as i»o was on his death-bed. •As a man the count dissipated his wealth in speculat-km. H© thereupon under wont a course of training as a civil engin eer in Ilruss-oto, and 'duly obtained complete qualifications Ho was given a post hj the Hungarian Stato Railway Administration. After soma years he retired to the town of Maros-Vasarnely. 'Thee© ho married tlie daughter of an innkeeper, and to eko out bis very small pension ho worked as a car punter. - In their efforts. to save something for their old age, the count and his wifo lived with ' oxtreim* frugality, depriving thoni selves of the mast ordinary comforts. Finally the count- fell suriously ill. "\Vlien ho was on tho voNit^fudpath a message reached him unnouiicifiiiklli'at tho. sum of £00,000 had been awarded him as tho result of a long sta...

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SIR ERNEST CASSEL AND RADIUM. £15,000 FOR ONE GRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

SIB ERNEST GASSEL AND RADIUM, £15,000 FOR ONE GRAMME. Air. Alton, director of the English Radium Institute, has concluded tihc purchase of one gramme of radium from the Mines Depart mont of the Austrian Ministry of Public "Works. iji.-. The price is £15,000, and tho funds for tho purchase arokbeuy provided by Sir Eiu esb Cassel, who will place this unusually large quantity of tho luetol at the disposal of the English Institute for medical pur poses. Half tho nniount, which j's ready, is being tested, and will bo delivered in January. Tho other half of tho gramme will' be ac cumulating at Joachimsthal, the process taking three mouths. One jjrammo is equal to .501 of a dram avoirdupois. Sixteen drams go to the ounce, and tho prion of the radium per ounce may bo roughly estimated *'t» £470,000.

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

!» -e■.-■^--^1*^yVr^-»4 §>£)% 8ra©fi*eas©d Efifeli®8i©y ;| FROM YOUR HG7.3H3 BY USING n;;55L?J Wheel :;ab roqulrsd. Qui i %; \ Vc hides UflfWt or H-iavy Old Or N«w» W. S. FR3EWD & CO., 113 York Street, GOLD WHOLESALE AQENT3. SYDNEY. TiiE LtHBISe «am-SELLli;5 HOUSE 111 MSIBMSH , DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED WOOL, GRAIN & PRODUCE BECKESS STOCK & STATION AGENTS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN SYDNEY Excollont Weol Wnrahouso Accommodation Spaciaus and Well Ligh'oci Show Floor Careful Attention to all Consignments •* Wool Sale* held at short intervals dujisg sJ'e scs«on. Returns jeadeted . promptly. Even* censignmeut handled Mstenutically asd expeditiously '* &USTRALA8IAB SALES BY THE COMPANY FOR TUB PAST ZZXtOXt 36G.000 BALES JOHNSTON MARKHAM LOCAL AGENTS. .'t is {'aa -t'mmu : Pie ; t REST . iss; we are out ■ for, every time: .■ "< T-nWanil .Minnevfeibn 5!v.';v« J VRlunKon'sJlv•S'xsWn.itt OTlVir of « *or\v 4en to qc JilfS fAifiS m 80IWM, tKiiig rii...

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"THE TANWORTH DAILY OBSERVER" REVIEWED BY THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

"THE TMV/D37H DAILY •' OBSERVER" • nr.viEWED by ti:s p;;!:s3. TnvcvoN "Avgu,;M «ny<,;—\\\* vcLi'ijtt or the first Issue of the !;ai!/ Observer." which ha.*; al>-.i . V ! i! r- ••Tas:»* worth Kov/s" ant! " Inm-.v.rt •» f;i,so: •••.•«■.' Tho now pajjpr I? «»>:.;•«':i.«-:y r.-v.- «?<«! r»:up.Ii::s a r.j>Ir-nt!iil nhf w m a-ivri-^ 1 v. T.unworih hnv. h> s:.--;' o, ;?•? r."w dr.lly,-nnd ih=? 'Wv^-.v." the pio nfcgarft "Te'.r :vrnj;h": Tho "Tamworiit I.Mlly 0'. *vvm" mad® its •*e!»nf on Rnn:r<lny ]:\^\, nnd ^n» s-Iipo'. does? iufiuKc credit 10 nil ronnenod v.Mi Us pio duotion. If the chief niann&or succccds in maintaining the same high standard for it. throughout the presc-nt yoar, the whole o" the northern districts nuisi hone-fit Imiu<ni» eeiy by ii, while the hicUy r.hnrohoidcin will find ihonwelVM In pn-«or.?irm of some* thing yielding oven holier rmirn* than a Bullfinch mine. Tho new ventuio has our best wishes. Uralla "...

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The Tamworth Daily Observer WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1911. SUBTERRANEAN WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

The Tamv/orth Daily Observer .WEDNESDAY, JAXl'AHY 11, 1911 SUBTERRANEAN ,.ATER SUPPLY. Tho experience of Mr. J. Sprers, of "Toota," Moor V illume, in connection with Ills Irrigation scheme, so fur as water supply is concerned, may have un important bear ing on the future prospects of tillers <>i the Foil generally iit the Tamworth district in awmnoh as if his deductions prove to be <or ywt, the water oouservatiou problem will have been solved iu a most satisfactory man* •or by future. As will have been Rioted fcy tboce wiio perused the '-Tillers of tho •oil" columns in Saturday's •'Observer." Mr. Spoors lias upon his holding a well 2Gft. deep and about 3ft. Gin. iu diameter, from jwhidh voro pumped, by a intent centrifu pomp, driven bv a U li.p. beuzino engine, #S,U00 gallons of water (approximately) in bo hours continuous working without mak fog-any perceptible diminution in tho supply farfthe woli. The only reasonable conclusion to tfecrrrived aa Iroin thi...

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A GHOULISH AFFAIR. DESECRATION OF A GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

A GHOULISH AFFAIR. DESECRATION OF A GRAVE. An inquiry is to be held into the incident which is alloyed to have occurred a fortnight :igo hi a southern cemetery at Dunedin (N.Z.).' It is said that after an interment, when everyone with the exception of the officiating clergyman had left, detectives, acting appar ently on information' received, proceeded to a burning pile adjacent to the new grave, sind after probing amongst tho embus discovered some small pieces of. bono and an unrecognisable part of a cofim plate amongst the remains. On further investigation, it was discovered thnt tho remains were those of a body which had been removed from a grave to make room for the newly-interred corpse. An examination of the cemetery register disclosed the fact thut the remains were those of the pauper who had been buried soyen years ago. , ' The man was 70 years of ago, and the body 1 had been buried in a grave with a concrote wall round it, but tho presence of the wall round the grave is acc...

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WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. New South Wales weather condition* dur ing the woek ended 9 a.m. Friday, January G, mi:— During the past week a very extensive monsoonal deprefsion formed over northern Australia, and developed u close-curvo centre between Carpentaria and Cape Yorke Penin sula; to tho nortii of Queensland. Its in fluence in \ w South Wales was very pro nounced, fo\ uriny tho greater part of the period close,"™ lyuy, a,,d thundery conditions predominated generally. Light to heavy rain fall, associated with thunder, and in parts with hail, was experienced in many districts' ^f the State, more particularly, however, in the south-east hah", and at various places ;n the north-west and central areas. Some of tho heaviest amounts during the week were:—Millie i?33 pnintn, Ilockley 203. Forbes 207, Kosciusko 19U, Hlaynoy 178, Uundarra 173, ICurrajon<; and Hill End each 103, and Xamhucca 150. At Mount Victoria, a severe hailstorm cc urrod at 3..10 p.m. on Thursday, and Jiail ...

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BIRD FREAKS. WONDERFUL VARIETIES OF COLOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911

BIRD FREAKS. WONDERFUL VARIETIES OP COLOR. Tho Horticultural Mall, Westminster, be came on November 28. a curiosity shop of natural history wonders. Tho value of tbe birds exhibited at this annual show of the London Cago Bird Association ia estimated at £12,000, and individual birds aro priced at figures from £1500 to £20. Freaks abounded—strange mules, black bullfinches, red-breasted blackbirds, yellow and albino sparrows, tropical birds which looked as if they had been dyed with salts ot copper, one of them no bigger than a butterfly; and alongside them beautiful specimens of our sober-colored but sweet voiced wild birds, including the nightingale. The crowning glory of this part Of the show was M. Pauvvela's greater bird of Par adise, valued at £1500. Such a bird, one of the last and latest to be exported from Dutch Guinea, has not beforo been seen in England. His supreme beauty consists of, two long, golden streamers, each composed of many feathers of many tints of yellow, the l...

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

ANXIOUS MOMENT1 One of the most anxious times of a mo ther's life Is when.her little ones have croup. There is no other medicine ao effec tive in this terriblbo malady a* Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. It can be' aafolv Riven and depended upon. No mother should ever be without a bottlo in tho house. 1/6 and 3/. rw.tiinnblc nt all stores, and Pullman's Phar macy.*

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