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MAITLAND NEWS. WEST MAITLAND, Wednesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
MAITLAND NEWS. T\ EST MAITLAND, Wednesday Nicht. A fatal accident occurred at East Greta tills afternoon. Edward Byrne, S*.« years, was riding on a butcher's can with his unclo, when a wheel went into a rut. throw ing the lad out. The wheel passed over his liody, severely injuring him internally. The lad died shortly after the unfortunate occur rence. Mr. Morson Clift, about 40 years of age. diwl at his residence, "Walli House," Knst Maitlaml. this afternoon. Cause of death was ili'inkin^ Ivsol. believed to be tal.cn in mistake for medicine. He was a son of the late Mr. William Clift. of Breeza Station, and was much respected.
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. CHARGE OF INFICTING GREVIOUS BODILY [?]ARM. SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL, CHARGE OF INFICTING GRGVIOUS BODILY iTARM. K\ DXRV, AVoilHurda.v Afternoon. ttilgar Munday was diiivged at the Polico I Cnitrt t«-diiy with having infiii'ted uritivoiw bodily harm u|>oii his wife. Medical evidenro showed that when tho woman waft admitted to the hospital, suffering from shocking in juries, her life was in danger For scmo time. Accusal, v/hen arrested, and naked what made him commit such a rash act, replied, "1 was driven to it." A sifter of Uio accused derated to seeing the latter t-:»lce up an ::\v and strike his wifo twice with it. Kliaaheth M mulay. who appeared with Iter lelt arm hi a ea^t. and who looked weak and ill. d-.-p^Cfl that she wanted to lio out, but her hn^hand would not let her. Shi* cnnld not rct-ail heiu^ struck with tho axe. tfno had not yet recovered her senses property. Ho had tlncuteu-j&lt;l her life, and raid he would do tlie same to her as tho man hud done to his wife in Perth. Uue niUfistrate. in committing mou...
NICE RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
NICE RAIN. A heavy downpmir of rain was experienc ed on Tuesday afternoon, after which a light dri2?.ie set in and continued through* out yesterday. At time of going to press .there was every indication of a continuance 'of the rain, which should prove very bene ficial, as it was generally needed. The re cords exhibited at the local post office, up till 9 a.m. yesterday, were as follow:—Bar raba 19 points, Uctirteimwr 17. Bingara II, Bourke 37, Coonamble :ll, Gnodo&lt;v:a *21. triin uecfaih 30, Millie 21, Moree 23, Mungindi :J5, MusweHbrook 27, Mogil Mopil 23, Xarrobrl 4, Newcastle 1G. Nuudle 17. Sb?gleton 24, pamsvorth 25, TenterUeld 4U, Warialda 22, and- yvtmnu 37.
IMPORTANT TO MILK VENDORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
IMPORTANT TO MILK VENDORS. Tile Dairies -Supervision Act provides that every dairyman or inilk vendor la required to apply for registration to the looal authority for till- district in which be resides, and also to the looal authority of every district in which ho trades; and be must do this before beginning to trade. fTb« application must bu made in writing on the prescribed from which is obtainablo on application to the local authority: and in municipalities where a registration fee is charged must be accompanied by the am ount of the fee. With regard to the above, tbe locai inspector says a number of people are bringing cream and milk in to Tarn ;worth from other places, and ho wishes their attention drawn to tills portion of tlio 'Act as they are probably unaware it Is neoeesary for them to register here. In fu ture he intends to prosecute all who neglect to register.
PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY. Wednesday Afternoon. 'I'lit.' feature of tho produce market at the auction sales at tho Sydney goods .station ihis illuming wus the strong demand for all Viiriotien of potatoes, Supplies were larjre, but nut sufficient to cope with iuquiry. Sel ler* experienced no trouble in securing tin advance of 10/ per ton. Tito increase in values wus duo to tho falling off of arrivals from nil quirts of the State. Prime Brownells sold at 7J to 7/4, good 0/3 to 0/11, inferior a/11. Chaff was slightly firmer, prices showing a recovery of per. ton. Choice whenton sold at 4/9 to 4^11, good Jl/7 to 3/9, primo unt^n 4J to &lt;1/3, Prime lucerno liny, small bales, command ed 3/3 to M/C, inferior 2/4 to 2/6; prime largo bale* 'J,-9, medium lncorno chaff 3/5, priroo oaten rack hay 4/1 to 4/8. Maize wob un saleable. 3/4 J to 3/5J per bushel was accopled on good quality chick wheat* 3/7 to 3/8 bar ley, 2/C to 3/ lucerne chaff.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
PERSONAL / ^ After throe weeks' illness, Mrs. PurceU, fiOMor, of IVerrfe'Cruok, passed away poace but noc unexpectedly, on fc>atuu.ay morning lust at 8 o'clock, writes our "Werris Greek correspondent. The deceased was at tended by Or. AJn-jna, of Werris Crook, and Dr. "Mend, of Quiriiuli, but- it v.*as dearly Sean that her long life of 82 yours was gra dually approaching its uii'J. The final ilhitfes produced vury Jiutle suffering and despite exceptional physical weakness, Mrs. l'liircll Jpatain^d woii'Lorni!. niontal Vitality. Horn id Ireland, the duc^n.sed lady emigrated to 'Australia in curlv life, and resided lor many years at Raymond Terrace, situate in tho tonoun Hunter Hiror district. Thirty-Jivo yeaT* ago Mr. and Mrs. Pitrcell and family departed for tin. "Worris C'rcok &lt;listrict, which &t tho time Mailed, was verily m its natural stfrte, wit!) tscireely u wmv of inhabitants. Heaoo, it may ho Mid, th;:t by the death v of M*rs. J?urcull is removed practi...
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
SUMMARY. 'An engine ran off the rails in Woolliroolc - station yard on Monday morning. The per manent way wan considerably damaged. ! The potato crops "Wool brook aro in splendid conditio!!, arid heavy yields aro ex* pected. I Owing to continuous'"mi" the InvereB | rare® were postponed tuz&tl to-dav. At the yunual meeting'of Tamworth Dfo* tiict OouiHiit-U'o of the Manchester Unity of Oddfellows, ]ic4d in 13orraba, the retiring District Grand Master, Uro. H. Rudd, of Manilla, wan presented with a sot'of legolia. Eig)»ty.fice fishermen were carried out in a boat in tfie C'aspiatt Sea. thrbagh becoming caught in an ice floe. A steamer was re quisitioned at Baku to rescue the men, Bat chaucetj of succesy are small. A dynamite bomb wax hmled by an ItaT* ian fisherman, whkli wrecked the entrance of an hotel, hi tiie I^iin quar.er, San ffras cisco, oh Tuesdi.r, IV* hotel mos&y oo capicxl by members ot" an alleged . Trust. . CUierrero (Mexico) has been occupied ,bgf Federal ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
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The Tarn worth Daily Observer THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1910. SOUTH AFRICAN CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
The Tarn worth Daily Observer THtriUflUY, .IANIMHY Ji, 1910. SOUTH AFRICAN CRICKETERS. The results of th&lt;» *iY-t :na:« hes lo date, serve as an excellent metiii'a: oP disproving the forecast*? of n.any ivuuniing the ability of 1 }to 4'u>il&lt;&lt;rs. Wi-t :* t:" South -UiicaiiH' vfcit wa>» Imm ;'••• prediction w.\» frcelv \U:kL- thrt !»:.■> v, -M t«it. ami fail badly, on ilie An-u &lt; 1...-i turf wicl.et, and this in fat".* of iin- ' I- .hat they \vi*re dis tinctly successful in Ki '.land. Kven later, whan their big r«'pu:.Hvn had become gene rally known, thviv little reliance placed Sy African*; to main* tflin thai v/h. n opposed lo the Ansiml^H-. and at the pre eonVstatfo of t h' •:* :oisr, it not difficult to £ad people who a;* opposed to the augges tion that, the i" :r.sts are qualified to enter the cricket nr.: - to light for the mystical CBhew. Not prejudice governs the views of this minority; it Is more a matter ofrjiot rw«i?'»»S t...
BOXING [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
Tfao Central Atlrietio Club's £160 tourna ment xtaa continued at 'Rcclforn on* Monday uigbt, beforo u good attendance. Following were tho results:—H, McVicar (8st 41b) boat C. Roy; J, Clancy (9st) beat C. Spencer; H. Mclvor (Bst) teat AV. Adair; V. lox &lt;£st 71b) beat P. Murphy; W. David (9^ 7ib) beat A. MoKckeio. T. Dibley and Wol gost tecoived forfeits. The winner o£ the BWy Wells v. Gunner Moir match, in Loudon, is to meet Jack Bums, tlio Californian. Tho match to which tbe sporting world 19 looking forward with flie greatest interest, however, is that which Mr. Mcintosh is coiilideut of bringing off between Bill Lang and Sam Langford. Ef forts will hi* made to induce Jack Johnson to meet tho winner. Another possible op ponent for Lang is Joe Jeanette, tbe colored heavyweight. Mir. Mblntosh is arranging for & new team to take the places of the American box ers now in Sydney*
MOTOR FATALITY. CAR CRASHES INTO A TRAIN. SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
MOTOR FATALITY, CAR CRASHES INTO A TRAIN. SYDNKY, Wodnesduv Aftorno A .motor car, driven by Dr. luillertun, was crashed into by a train at a level crossing a'. Wallace town, Southland, .V.Z., this morn ing. Thi* car was thrown by the cngimj into some cattle stops at the side of the road, and was completely wrecked. The | doctor's seven year old niece was killed in stantly, and the doctor sustained injuries from which ho died an hour later. Nurse Martin, another occupant of the car, was seriously injured.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
CRICKET. In the surprise at tio failure of tho South Africans for 80 in their second innings in tho second test match! lost week, few people recalled tho fact that there had been an almost similar collapse in the second test match played by tho Australian Eleven iu South Africa, on October 18, 20, and 21, 1902, at Johannesburg. Tho Australians mado 175 and 309, Armstrong in the second in* mugs scoripg 159 (not out). Tho South Afri cans, having mode 240, were left with 240 to mako to win. The matting wicket was in good ordor, though slightly dusty, add Saunders and Howell bowled so well that South Africa was all out for 85, and Aus tralia won by 159 runs. Saunders tcok imcn wickets for 34, and Howell throo for 29. Sin clair, who mado' 101 in the first inuings, made 18,' and Nourse 18 (not out). They were the only two.taking part in that game who played in tho match last week.
ESCAPE OF TWO PRISONERS FROM DARLINGHURST GAOL. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
ESCAPE OF TWO PRISONERS FROM DARLINGHURST GAOL, SYDNEY, Wednesday. A srcitiun was caused among police and gaol ofticials 'this afternoon when it was dis covered that two prisoners hud escaped from Darlinghnriit Guol hy scaling one of the hujjo walls, and got clear nwav. It appears that a warder went to the exorcise yard to con duct two prisoners, Joseph Donmead and .Jus. Mure, to their cells, when he found the birds had flown. They were under remand on a charge of stealing from Sargent's shop at Newtown. The men lowered themselves with the aid of canvas braces to the footpath below, a. distance of 30 foet. They wero not observed until they had reached the footpath, and were running away from tiio £aol as fast as possible towards JJourkc-street. Here they were seen by a tram guard, who communi cated with the police. The most etraordinary part of the affair is how tihe prisoners man aged to elude the aimed unnrd at watch on the towers on each corner uf the gaol.
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911
SWIMMING. I The competitors in tlio Australian cham pionships,' to bo docidod nt- the Municipal Baths, Domain, on Saturday and Monday next will be as follows:—»F. E. Beaurepairo (Victoria), F. W. Spririgfiold mid- C. Graham (Queensland), E. G. Finlay (W. Australia), R. H. Quia ami H; Eaton (South Australia), C. Healy, H. Hartfwick, and L. Solomons (New South Wales).' 440 yards and 1320 yards: F. Yj. Beaurepairo (Victoria), F. W. Springfield arid Qraliam (Queensland), E. G. Knlay (West Australia), R. H. Qum and H. Eaiou (South Australia), and C. Healy, H. Hard wick, and W. Longworth (Now South*Wales). 220 yards breast stroke; Tre vor Rioh&rdson (Viotoria), F. W* Springfield and O.1 Graham (Queonslaild), K. G. Finlay (West' Australia), and A. Wickham, H, Snail and'I* McCarthy (New South Wales). I Cecil Healy, H: Hurdwick, and A. Wick |ham will represent New South Wales in the Australian championships, which are to be held At ^Brisbane after the completion of the evdnts afc Syd...