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IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911
IMPROVEMENTS. The big block of buidings in Peel-street now being erected by Mr. R. A. Stanfield, for Mr. Johnston, is charing completion. Mr. .7. Goddard, the manager, informs us that tbe upper part of tbe building is already completed, and that tbe offices are ready for occupation. The fronts of the shops are, we understand, to be very elaborate, and the contractor is waiting for the marble, mason, and tile layer to commence their work. When that work is finished, it will only be a matter of a day of two to put in the plate-glass windows, and it is expected the job will be finisbed early in February.
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911
CRICKET J no following team lias been cnosen (o represent Attunga agafnst the Royal Stand* ards on the former's wicket, on Saturday next:—G. Fitzgerald, li. Rodgers, S. Rod gers, T. Wilkinson, L. Wilkinson, Row land, Foster, S. Carey, A. tevuus, \V. Gosper, and L. Coyle.
GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911
gcfnnedah. Haw&e and Tretoor's report of siitas, Fridaj-j January 13, 19U :— Hugs, 10d, II, 1/1 !«"• &lt;l°z Fowls, 3/7 and 4/2 per pair. Grapoa, 2/0, "ml 3' P«r eoso Tomatoes, 1/5, 2f, and 2/4 P«r c: Peaches, 3/-1 per oose. Puma, 2/4 and 2/5 per ease. Wine, 1/ per bottlo. Olio sot harness, £1/12/0. One set harness, £3.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911
PERSONAL. Mr. C. M. Podmore, who lias been teller at the Taznwortih brunch of tho Commercial Bunk for the post threo years, has been transferred to Forbes, and leaves within the iiexc fortnight. Constable Beatson was last week taken ill with, rooaalee, and Dr. Hnrris, Govern* went . Medical Officer, ordered his removal to tho Tamworth Hospital. Tho patient is maklng.-satlsfactory progress towards recov cry, but it will bo some little time before he can - resume duty. Mr. Leslie C. Williams, who has been ap pointed organist at St. John's Church of England, conies from YVollongong. He held the position of assistant organist at All Saints' Church, Bathurst, and organist for Ave years at St. Barnabas' Church, South Bathurst. Mr. Williams, who intends teach* tag the piano, organ and singing, was a pupil of Mr. Ernest Truman, City Organist. Father Mullins, who has been stationed in Tamworth for the past 5% years, has received notice Trom the Bishop of the Dio cese of his trsuxsferrence to...
BOWLING ALLEY POINT NEWS. (From a correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911
BOWLING ALLEY POINT NEWS. (From a corrcspondtmt.) Progress Mooting.—The ordinary monthly meeting of the United Peel Klver Progress Association was held at Wooloraln on Friday night last, a goodly number of members be ing' present. The minutes were read and confirmed; correspondence read and re* celved. Amoujrst correspondence rend was the following:—Prom Councillor D. G. Crichton, Nundle Sbire, re river crossing, Brady's Lane, the bog hole opposite public school, Wooloznln, and the forming of road at the 2$-mile peg. Duncan's Creek Koad, stating that the Shire engineer had been instructed to attend to 4he said matters. In reply to a question the secretary stat ed re t&a last communication written to Mr. P. J. Poster, two months ago with reference to the construction of the telephone line from Bowling Alley Point to Upper Duncan's Creek, that no reply to same had come to band to date, and that a previous letter &lt;on the same subject had been returned* by Mr. Foster ...
SPORTING NOTES. HORSE RACING. FIXTURES. January. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911
SPORTING NOTES. HORSE RACING. FIXTURES. January. 17, 18—Burrowa R.C Meeting. 17, IS—Bombala J.C. Races. 17—Wollongong J.C. Races. IS—Victoria Park Races. 18, 19—Bingara Races. : 19, 20—Bong Bong Picnic Races. 21, 26—A~J.C. Anniversary Meeting, 21—Krawarree Races. • 23, 24—Barraba T.C. Meeting. ? 25—Wttllsend J.C. Races. 25—Deniliquhi V.L.J.C. Meeting. v.*' 25—Kensington Races. 25, 26—Bourke Hospital Benefit Meeting. 25, 26—BaChurst T.C. Races. ' 26—Bellinger River J.C. Races. 26—Lawrence J.C. Races. : 261—Marengo J.C. Races. * 26—Reefton Races. • 26—Milbulong J.C. Races.1 26—LeadvJlle 'R.C. Meeting. \ 26—Condobotoi J.C. Rtces. i 26—Major's Creek T.C. Racei ' 1 25—Boolaroo Races. 26—Quirindi Australian Horse Amateur Meeting. 26—Dalgety J.C. Races. \ 26—Botvral R.C. Meeting. 20, 27—Barren Junction Amateur Raceijj* 26, 27—Glen Inoes J.C. Races. 28—Walisend J.C. Races. 28—Victoria Park Races. / SO—Sftlton S.C. Meeting. ' During the recent meeting at BowravUle the prey horse G.C. was pur...
BOXING [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911
sam mums, or luverell, is to meet Mike WilHams In a boxinn contest at Uunnecluh on'the 20th Inst. La£ry Gatt'ney and Peter Cook were to contested a match, the best of 20 rounds, at Newcastle, on Saturday morning, but.i&e end came In the fourteenth round, ■ GoolKbelng dlsqualifled on a foul. Eddie Donald, who was to rae«t Tommy !Reidy at the Gaiety (Sydney), on Saturday night, died on Friday from appendicitis, and | was'buried on Saturday. (■•--"Cyclone" Johnny Thompson has come to •IhG^uoncluslon that he would hardly be justi flfd in taking on such u big fellow as Coliu BeH, and therefore asked to be excused.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911
CRICKET. I me first grade (Sydney)' matches wor„ lammed on Saturday on bad wickets, but \\tfe cut abort by further rain in the after noon. Some good scores are shown against the names of S. Thomas (Central Cumber land). 222, E. P. Barbour (University) J2S, H. ,B. Mlnnett (University) 8G, H. h. Collins (Sydney) 73, Rev. E. R Waddy (C. Cumber land) 73, and C. R. Hazllt (C. Cumberland) 6J ine loiiotting sixteen players have been chosen to practice for the return match New South Wales v. Victoria, by the com .Vjlt'ee, Rev. E. P. Waddy, E. Hume, and W Bardsley, viz.: E. P. Barbour, \V. Bardsley! A. Cotter. H. Carter, H. L. Collins, S. ir. Enjery, H. Goddard, H. V. Hordern, C. lCelle .W.ay, C. 0. Macartney, F. E. MeElhone, K, #. MUrnett, W. Makin, J. Scott, V. Trumper, QQclrE. L. Waddy. .The scorers of over 200 in test matches ,are as follows:— n. E. Poster, 287 for England v. Australia, at: Sydney, December, 1903. UlVi Trumper, 214 not out, for Australia v, South Africa, at Adelaide, 10t...
DUAL MONARCHY IN AUSTRIA. BUDAB[?] Sunday, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911
Btlit MMr tN AUSTRIA. BPD4BBS50, Sw„.. v..-.. . • • I The Emperor of Austria — paring ,, dual Monarchy, omi„, f Tamed uge tnd enfocbled lifJtV' 'Z | change, which .he, mootj 3 ' ^ [ago was viowed with luurer^ui :irll,4,!T •• • by the Austrian people, is nL TtT'00 quietly nnd orderly. ..PWgid. wrer
MODERN WIRELESS AT SEA. LONDON, Simday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911
MODERN WIRELESS -AT SEA. LONDON, Simdav Ihe Hamburg-American sWamH. K»rn pe.m,, uAidi.is now liuikKag, lrjU pm,; " l>o tho.Jixsfr:ship to coimiiunkatv hv tvii-Ai d rort.ria.HLo sWo to ,tu,",s i,?,;; of th© Atlantic. • ^
MEXICO OFFERS CONCESSIONS TO TO JAPAN. WASHINGTON, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911
MEXICO Bras GWS^'-H) to j«m WASHINGTON, Sunday" Evening. According-;-to Uuafcavua .ttacsw:«o, brother 01 thfr-'Jeittter of-tbo'Moxican raft-els, negotia tions aro-^boing carried on between Mexico and Japan wttcli may result in' an' ultimate treaty giving Japan a nary sujtpty itatiou at tho Bay of All Saints. Within 50.>mtta» of this bay, which is dosignatod the best base on xho American frontier, is. a colony «>i Japanese imported by President Diaz, and given cotiQtf&tons no other foreigners were orer bc?ioryi given by tho Mexican Government.