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The Tamworth Daily Observer THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1910. SOUTH AFRICAN CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

The Ta-mworth Daily Observer ' THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1910. SOUTH AFRICAN CRICKETERS. Tlie results or the Test mutches to date, serve as uu excellent medium of disproving the forecasts o£ many regarding the ability of the visitors. \Yiv11 tlio South Africans' visit was first moofcod tlio prediction was freely made that tlio.v would fail, and foil badlyu on tbo Australian turf wicket, and thrls in face of the fact that tliey were dis tinctly successful in England. Even later, .when their big reputation had become gene ffatty known, there was little reliance placed an iho South Africans to main tain thai reputation when opposed S» t3io AustralcHia, and at the pvo ^oat»efcago of their tour, it is not difficult to Snd peopie 'who are opposed to the sugges tion that the tourists are qualified to enter the cricket arena to fight for the mystical tedbes. Not that prejudice governs the (Ktews -of this minority; it is more a matter VSi -not realising the remarkable progress caicfeet in the ne...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

BOXM6 I Bfe OMtarf^Atiife&o. Club's '£160 tourna ment ma ccntaMifxi', at Redfern on Monday Tinfafa ^'/gopd attendance. Following ifer* tik« MoViear (9st 41b) beat O. &09; J. (9si) beat C. Spencer; H. Bfcicor (#»t) bei* W. ,Adair; V. cox «k* Wb) U* :P. . Murphy ; W. David (9st TK) be«fe A. jjjqgwio..,T. Dibtey and WoV goet rewired iorfcite, . Tfee vfcner «£'' tKe BiHy Wells v. Gunner Moir matei,.in,London, ia'to tneefc Jack BurnSj the Ctetifo^oian. The match to which the sporting World is locking forward -with <£# greotart jtateres^ however, ia that which Mr. Melatoafc, is ' confident , of bringing off between Bfll Lang, and .Saiii Langford. Ef forts wiH be made'to induce'Jack Johnson io meet winner. ".Another possible op poneot for Lasg ta'jtie Jecnette, the colored heavyweight, *' Mfr. MMwtnrih is arranging for a new team to tek»tfas places of the American boz era now in 8y«ki*js,:'/'': '

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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MOTOR FATALITY. CAR CRASHES INTO A TRAIN. SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

MOTOR FATALITY, GAR CRASHES INTO A TRAIN, SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon. A motor car, driven by Dr. Jj'ullorton, was crashed into by a train at a level crossing at Wallace town1, Southland, N.Z., this morn ing. Tlie car was thrown by the engine into some cattle stops at the side of the road, and was completely wrecked. Th» doctor's seven year old niece was killed in stantly, and the doctor sustained injuries from which lie died an hour later. Nurse Martin, another occupant of the car, was seriously injured.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

"CRICKET. In tin satyrke at ^ 'faHura of tlie South jAfnoaas for ^ in weir !Moc«d innines in the tacosd tat ^nfilch last Week, few people xeoatted the t&at there bad been on almost ma^kryopila^ in the second teat match phyijafi^r- '^ie 'Australian Eleven in Sooth Aftiofy wpt, 18, 20, and 21, 1908, at Jdwib^bura. Bl'e, Australians made 175 and 3t>9, Armstrong in the second in yiingjn soorillg- lfisi ((iot out). Hie South. Afri caM, bovki^ trade' 240, were left with 245 to make to'wui, '®he matting wicket was in good oo&H, iHbugJi slightly dusty, and Saandem and'EoweUbowled so well tint Sooth Afrioa'rf&a"aU out'for 85, and Ase traSs won bjrl59 'hais. Saunders took tcvsn wickets for ,3iJ" and Howell t&ree for 23. Sin cl»r, who1'i5^e''ltir"SjA' the first innings, made IB, cuiti-No\irke48''(not but). They were the only two taking.part in,that game who flayed la "week.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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ESCAPE OF TWO PRISONERS FROM DARLINGHURST GAOL. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

ESCAPE OF TWO PRISONERS FROM DARLINGHURST 6A0L. SYDNEY, Wednesday. A sasation was caused among police and gaol officials this afternoon when it was dis covered tliat two prisoners had escaped from Darlingliurst Gaol by scaling one of tlie huge walls, and got clear away. It appears that a, warder went to the exercise yard to con duct two prisoners, Joseph Dcramead and Jas. Mace, 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 wHl) the aid of canvas braces to the footpath below, a distance of 30 feet. They were not observed until they had reached the footpath, and were running away from the ' gaol as fast as possible towards Bourke-street. Here they were seen by a tram guard, who communi cated with the police. Tito most etraordinary part of the affair' is how -the prisoners man aged to elude tliQ armed guard at watch on the towers on each corner of the gaol.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

i ■ - SWIMMING. Th» competitors1' in-the Australian oliam pionftkipA, f6',W'dWided,''at the Municipal Baths, Desuun/ oft Satulfday and Monday next -will Ue aa follows:—F.E. Beaurepatre (Victoria),-F.y;W; Springfield and O. Graham '(Qaeenri«^)!';*fi.-,Cti';Fiiilt)r-'^W. Australia), R. H. Quin anH 'H.r'Eatoii(South Australia), C. Healy/'^'Hardtfibk/'and L. Solomons (New Sou&'Wa^.'iiO yards and 1320 yards: F.'LK°^Beaurepaire (Victoria), P. W. Spriagaald' an^' C.'Gi>ham (Queensland), E. G. Malay fWcst" Australia), R. H. Quia and H. Baton (South Auatriilid), and C. Healy, H. Hardwiclc, and Vf. Longworth (New South Walfe^. '220 ywds"bre»st stroke: Tre vor Riohar&ozi (Victoria), 'F. Wr Springfield and 0. G^wn'J (Queensland), B.. Q. Finlay (Wejti Ansthilia),. and A. Wickfcam, H. 8c*a aad lil MoCarthy (NewSouth Wales). Cecil H«ialyj "H. rfardwlck, and A. Wick bam will New ' South Walos in the Australian ''ffiifcpiotiSlupa, which aro to bo held at Bfisbane after the complet...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

1 NSMIA TONIO cures that dull tiirobbing htodtda* and dragging pain is the side.*

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

TO CURE INDIGESTION, and Stomach Troubles ifc is necessary to take nfter meals some harmless preparation which will supply tlio natural digestive fluids which every weak stomach Licks. And th» best preparation of -this character is Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules, which oontam all the natural digestants" which nature re quires for "prompt digestion. Ono or too. taken titter meals will prevent souring, far. mentation, and acidity, and ensure complete digestion and assimilation, 2s Gd , per. tsiv. Obtainable at all' stores, and Pullman's Phar macy.* " ' A boon and a blessing to young wom^V NEMIA .TONIC reTtulatej . th® fraction#/

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MANCHESTER UNITY DISTRICT COMMITTEE. MEETING AT BARRABA. BARRABA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

MANCHESTER UNITY DISTRICT COMMITTEE, MEETING AT BARRABA. BARRABA. Wednesdav. Tho annual meeting of tJio Tainworth Dis trict Committee of tho Manchester Unity of Oddfellows was held at tho Parish Hall yesterday. There weTo delegates present from Ttimworth, Uralla, Bingnra, Walclia, Nundle, Manilla, and Bavralm. Tho Grand Muster of the order, Bro. W> J. A. Hill, was also pre sent. Tlie eloction of district officers resulted in Bro. C. Seokold, Tamworth, D.G.M., being elected Q.M.; Bro. W. E. Schofield, Tam worth, D.G.M.; Bro. J. Lambert was re elected district secretary, the newly-electer oflicers were duly installed by Mr. Hall, G.M. The retiring District Grand Master, Bro. H. Rudd, of Manilla, was presented with a suit ot regalia in a case. Bro. J. Grayston was elected district trea surer. The visiting delegates were entertained at a smoke concert at "Llllisvllle" in the even ing by tho Mayor, Alderman Ivillis.

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SIX DAYS' BIKE RACE. BUFFALO, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

SIX DAYS' BIKE RACE. BUFFALO, Tuesday Afternoon. Ten teams are competing in a sis days' bicycle race. Ilia Australians, Hehir and Goulett. are loading with 210 miles and two laps to their credit.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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ALLEGED SHOOTING WITH INTENT. BAIL REFUSED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

ALLEGED SHOOTING WITH INTENT. BAIL REFUSED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. All application was made to Mr. Justice Street in Chambers this morning for bail in tlio case of tlio old man, John Stein, now awaiting liis trial on a charge of shooting at Mr. Charles Byrnes, a woll known l-arra matta solicitor, with intent- to murder him. Ill tlio affidavit accused declared ho was not guiltv of the charge, and would bo preju diced in making preparation for liia defence unless ball was granted him. Counsel for tlio Crown explained ho had been instructed to oppose the application. Accused's trial would take place in about 12 days' time. His Honor, in refusing to grant bail, said the depositions pointed to tbe fact that there was a doliberato attempt to shoot Byrnes. If accused.were liberated ho might raako tnother attempt oil his life.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

IIWMIIMIII 2 Did Xmas find you Short of House Linens? x We recommend you to pay a visits tot'out "Manchester 5 Department for the lines that you arc short of, ■ . x Lancashire Mills supply us direct with the stock. ! x No beating about the bush with Sydtijey Warehouses, x Calicoes, Madapolams, White Twill,,; Plain Cotton Sheet 5 fog, Plain Linen Sheetings, Grey Sheetings, Pillow Linens, x Towels, Quilts, Osnaberg, Mosquito Net, "Roller Towellings, x Damasks, Tray and Sideboard Cloths in 'qualities that make x the prices look very small indeed. 'V. I 5 You are offered selection from'a stock towering in its im Z mensity above all others—a stock that wjuld make many a X Sydney Draper envious. Drop ip at the Palace-of Trade to-day and get all that you need in Hooae Linen for.the remaining Summer period. YOU'LL FIND THESE PRICES REFRESHINGLY CONSIDERATE OF YOUR PURSE. ALL HOUSE LINEN PURCHASED AT THE PALACE OF TRADE, HEMMED FREE OI«.CHARGE. We have the latest. Electric Sewing Machine, wh...

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INVERELL RAGES. A DAY'S POSTPONEMENT. INVERELL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

INVERELL RAGES. A.DAY'S POSTPONEMENT. INV12RELL, "Wednesday. Owing to continuous rnin, tlie committee of the InTeroll Jockey Club decided to post pone the races until to-morrow.

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SPORTING NOTES. HORCE RACING. FIXTURES. January. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

SMMTMC MOTES. HOME RACtNG. HXT0BBS. Iftnnnqr. B, IS—Tinanna Picnio B.C. fliiwat )fM0as U—Haklon J.C. Beeea. 14—Victoria Park Bates. ,a . • M—Warwick Warm Racea, M—Heddon Qteta Baeos. ' 17.18—B*mw» B.C Hading, i U, 16—Botabala &fi.Bacas. • 1(J IE—WoMoagoag J.C. Baoss, ^ jl : 15—Victoria Park Bacei. %?■* fv| " 18.19—Biniaia Eaeeo. is, 20—Bong Bug Finale Bacea. ft, 86—AJJB. absAkmws; Keating. 8»—Knwaroee Baces. 33,2*^-B*rral» ?.«. Keating, 86—-Wallseod J.C. Race*. ?5—DeoWkjtfn Y.L3.C. Meeting. gcnaiagtoa Races. 3B, 2fr-8ouike Hospital BansSC Meatlog. BSk ac—B&tfcarst 7.C. Baoes. M tvltlnqer River J.C. Races. W-fcawweee AC. Bacaa, .,'v" Bf MncanftQ iC. Baeaa, ' W-MHUtog j.e. Rum. ""f-aC'., B£. IfMttag* ai^JooWrtta JW. Bacw. *r OT- mfrtia ftaefc T.€. Bw» 2*—Boetaoo Baoes. BMWMoa Aoatratiu Boise SMMtew M Prtwfr Jj& bmm> i W miiil B.0. Meeting. ; Si J?—ftwrofl JcnotioB imatour Bicea, ■t 3?—Glen tares J.C. Roots* 2£—Wailaeoi J.C. Baeea. SB—VIetotta Park Races. .i ...

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INVERELL WATER SUPPLY. SCHEME ADOPTED. INVERELL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

INVERELL WATER SUPPLY. SCHEME ADOPTED, INVEREliL, Wednesday. At the meeting of tho Municipal Council last night, Mr. De Burgh's report on the water supply scheme for Inverell was doalfc with, aud a pumping scheme, at a cost of £40,000 was adopted. Tho voting of alder men was eight for the motion, and one against. ...

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Third Test Match. SPRINGBOKS' SECOND INNINGS. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

Third Test Match. SPRINGBOKS' SECOND INK, ADELAIDE. Wednesday. The -third tftst match between South Africa and Australia was resumed thi9 morning. Cotter and VHiittj- continued tho Austral ians' first innings, but neither batsmen gave trouble. SOUTH AFRICANS' ADVANTAGE. Tho Australians* who only wanted '*1 1o equal their opponents' total of 482, nero not expected to be behind, but tlnvv failed to reach the mark, as the last two wicUucs feH in a. quarter of an hour for »n addition of 7 runs. Thus tho Africans nnished l"i runs ahead on tho first inuin »s. Tcvnr.pr was unbeaten, and not six of tho 7 tuns siuco tho resumption. He now '.nW>« sfcond place in the list of greatest icons iu test matches. When Trumper and Cotter rasuaed but ting a strong easterly wind wfl-J Wowing. Hie wieatfher was considerably cooler. -.1 though the wicket cannot yet i tally l'-o called bad, it was not as good as yesterday, and showed signs of breaking up. Llewellyn opened the attack, and h>s sec ond ...

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WEATHER FORECAST. FLOOD FALLS INDICATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

WEATHER FORECAST. CLOOD FALLS INDICATED. Rain over the north-east Quarter, extend ing to all highlands and coastal districts; some flood falls indicated. Cool southerly winds; gales on the coast. -i

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Latest News by Telegram. PRESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. BURGLARY PAWNSHOP. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

Latest News by Telegram. PRESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. BURGLARY ^PAWNSHOP. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Hurglars entered Cohen's pawnbroking cs tebl^hmouti i*n Eiylrine-atreotb during laut night, nn<l .seenrod secondhand jowellory valued nt about £30. Fortunately moro valuable jowolloiy was locked in the safe. No pledges were takons

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

OPTICIAN'S VISIT. February 8 is the date of next regular monthly visit to Tamworth of .GIBB £ BEES1AN, LTD.. the well-known Optiolam of 6 Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 0 a.m. to 6 p.m. All sufferers from any eye trouble, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. One of the principals personally visits Tarn-' worth (Chas. Gibb, late principal of Charles Gibb and Co., and 3. W. Beeman, late Man ager and Sight Specialist, for H. A. Barra olougb), who hate been visiting this Cown for some years, are the principals, so clients can rely on the most expert Ere servioe in cod suiting us. Next visit: Friday, February 3..

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 12 January 1911

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL There were present at the Council meet ing on Tuesday night:—Aid. Matheson (Mayor), Austin, Schwartz, Green, Howlett, Adamp, Nankervis, Piper, Britten, Ison, and Britz. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed. Correspondence was read from— "the Lands Department, re closing of a road, parish Murroon, P.R.C. area No. 7, and asking 1£ the Council had any objec tions. From the Industrial Registrar, enclosing | a notice under the Industrial Disputes Act. Prom the P.R, Co., re the removal of shale 'for repairs. From the Department of Public Health, enclosing copy of the Government Analyst's report on samples of mlHc taken by the in spector, and advising that Informations be laid against three parties, and that another be cautioned. The Department asked to be informed what action is taken, and the re sult. From the Under-Secretary for Lands re the control of Brisbane-street Park, stating that representations had been made that the Tamworth Lawn ...

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