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WARWICK FARM RACES. SYDNEY, Saturday. The weather to-day was dull for the Warwick Farm races. There was a large attendance. Results:—FARM STAKES.—One mile. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
WARWICK FARM RACES. SYDNEY, Saturday. The weather to-day was dull lor the War wick Ftirm races. There was a large attend ance. Results:— FARM. STAKES.—One mile. Mv. K. Ua'ri's br IL Hurley Boy, Oyrs,i 7.7 (Abbott) s:;-:;.-. 1 Mrs. AV. -Christian's br o Majnba,; Syrs^. 7.10 (Smith) . . .^ . . 2 Mr. fS. 11. Lumond's br li Colmah, 4yrs; 7.4 diamond) .. .. .. '3 Betting: 3 to 1 Miss Lima and Jtullen geoii, G to 1 Colmah and jttajuba; 8 to 1 Sonrabaya, 10 to 50 to 1 others". Other starters: Wyealla 9.5, Miss Luna 8.4, Hardstafii 8.4, Glue King 8.0, Roseen 7.7, Alullongeen. 7.7, Toluca 7.7, Clironos cop'e 7.4, Moerahi 7.4, Miss Mona 7, Konda 7;4^ Sourahnyu 7.2, Tariff 7.0, D.S.O. 7.0. Hiss Mona dolaved the start through bolt ing. Eventually tho field got away, and Wyealla, commenced to show out from Miss Luna and Mulleiigeen. Passing tho six fur longs Miss Luna led, with Mullt'iigei'ii and ' Majuba next, with the others close up, Miss ' Mona being; last. Mullengoen, Colmali, alid 1 Majuba...
VESSEL'S BAD TIME. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
VESSEL'S BAB TIME. SYDNEY. Friduv. Four timber lighters foundered; during last night's blow oil the harbour. The steam er Karuuh from Port Stephens had » fearful night at sou. Tremendous seas swept the little vesseJ-fore and aft, and threatened to ©ngulf her, but she managed to weather the hurricane, and entered port early this morn ing. ' : L Report from the countiy show that there have been Bome extraordinary heavy falls of rain inland. Ovor 13 inches were recorded at Nowra, 10 inches at Ullsidiilln. :in,l to 8 inches in many other contrcs Nunrly all1 parts of the State appear to have pnitici. pated. . •
BARRABA SHIRE NOMINATIONS. BARRABA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
BARRABA SHIRE NOMINATIONS, BARRABA, Friday. Nominations for the Shire Council, closed yesterday. Following nominations were re ceived:—A-Rlilfrig D. Capel and C. F. Car ter (retiring cr -iolllors), Prosper Kelly. B. RldlAg, John Morrow, W. Garslte (retir ing councillors), S. J. Lillis, E. Taylor. C Riding, C. G. Williams, E. Curreil (retiring councillors), John Crowley, and P. Woolfe.
Our Special Cablegrams. BY THE INDEPENDENT CABLE-SERVICE IMPERIAL PREFERENCE. MR. BALFOUR'S VIEWS. LONDON, Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
BY TUB INDKPKXDBNT CABLE-SERVICE imperialWferehce. MR, BALFOUR'S VIEWS, LOXDOX, Thursday Afternoon. Mr. Balfour has expressed surprise regard ing tlio impressions prevailing in Canada as | to 1 he attitude of the Unionists towards Im perial preference. Ho sn.vs tile development of the cmnmerciu.1 treaty system throughout the world strengthened his conviction that Imperial prelerenco was ». necessity from many standpoints. The fact that C'anaJa had concluded agreements with Krancp and Ger many, which incidentally were diminishing the v;'.lue nf British preference, and negotia tions with t!u> United States, would ulti mately, and periiaps immediately, tend to the disadvantage of Great Britain. Imperial preference immediately would bi» beneficial, and also when the overseas dominions grow in papulation aiul prosperity. ''The .Morning I.eader" calls Mr. Balfour's letter a "whipping up of the colonies," and fears the loss of th'rcp general elections will take a lot &lt;>', ...
SHOCKING ACCIDENT. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
SHOCKING ACCIDENT. SYDNEY, Fridnv. A shocking burning accident occurred at I Menzies Ferry, Southland (N.Z.) this morn- j ing. Edward S a his bury and his wife wore milking cows, when they noticed tho houso on fire. Thoy rusliod to rescue an infant, and chiW, two years of age, who were inside. The father entered the burning building by a window. He, however, failed in his object, and all three perished in the flames.
GAS EMPLOYEES' STRIKE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
GAS EMPLOYEES' STRIKE. SYDMOY, Friday. Negotiations have bson yroccodin&lt;: all Lh-• morning with a view to arriving at a set';"-* in I'll t in connection with the strike of ployed. Tho Honorary Minister, Mr. "• - michuel, conferred witli the executive of the gas employees' federation for a couple &lt;1 liours, nud subsequently members of clio executive saw tile Directors of the Gas Con., pany, but so far nothing has been tlocid .1 upon. The Minister for Industry is also iiv iug bis influence with botli sides. Tile I'l e luier is hopeful the trouble wll be overcome during the day. Meanwhile tho Compiuii clerks, numbering nearly 100, have offer? 1 to temporarily take the place of some of the strikers, and their offer lias been accepted Hie strikers are very quiet, and the?1 is no disorder. The position is considered very grave. Unionists employed at tho North Shore Gas Company's worlcs, numbering 100, are just waiting, for the order to down tools. There is a big dema...
ABERDEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
ABERDEEN. While oomiiig along the Aberdeen road to Scone last Sunday afternoon, a collision of a rather serious nature between a motor car and sulky occurred. Messrs. Albert and Ed ward WilSon, of Aberdeeu, were driving to wards Scone when a motor overtook them, and tlio occupants of tlie sulky, nob bearing the horn sounded, next discovered that the motor had crashed into iheir. vehicle, smash ing it to pieces. Mr. E. Wilson was cut ajid braised about tlie head, and was picked up in an unconsoious condition, from which lie did not reoovor for about two hours. His brother escaped with a, slight injury to tlie back. Tlie car, the owner of. which resides at Woollahra, wa.s not much damaged.
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. It is most interesting to note the different 1 methods the various countries of the world 'adopt to carry out capital punishment. Be ginning with our own couubi'y, wo iind Great ' Britain disposes of her murderers by hang ing, in private; France, by the guillotine, in I public, Prussia, by the sword, in private; Hanover, by the guillotine, in public; Den mark, by the guillotine, in public; Olden burg, by shooting, in public; Portugal, by hanging, in public; Spain, by strangulation, in public. In fifteen of Switzerland's twenty two cantons, the capital sentence is carried out by the sword, in public; in two cantons, by the guillotine, in publbie; and in other two cantons by the guillotine, in private. In the United States, except New York, the penalty is by hanging, as a rule, in private; Austria, by hanging, in public; Belgium, by the guillotine, in publio; Brunswick, by the axe, in prirato; Ecuador, by shooting, in pub lie; China, by cord or sword, in public; Ru...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 14 January 1911
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