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OLYMPIA HORSE SHOW. LONDON, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

NNM mSE ; SM LQNDOK, Sunday ' Evening. .• itusMa tvtli«be strongly ropreseuted at tlio Otjmpia' "-Borsu Show, to be h'eitl during Coronation we<<k. Tiic Govorniutut '\vi)l *..,,,1 ormy mounts, iu addition Uj uiuurnber of famous trotters. It is hoped'also a body of Cossacks wltl accompany the exhibits.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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STRENUOUS BOXING STOPPING BY POLICE. LOS ANGELOS, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

[STRENUOUS BOXING STOPPING &Y POLICE. ; J LOS ANOELOS, Smithy Evening, • police yest«ixiay stopped a schtdulod 15«round bout between Webster andltlv ors. '••••' • ;y At the 13th round, after Wobster bad uumercrfuHy punished and floored "him four limes, the police u'utvrod the ling j and took charge, V

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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SERIOUS COACH ACCIDENT. WELL-KNOWN COMMERCIAL INJURED. TAMWORTH RESIDENT BADLY HURT. WALCHA, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

• SERIOUS COACH ACCIDENT. » WELL-KNOWN COMMERCIAL ■" INJURED. -SAMW&RTH RESIDENT BADLY HURT. • WALCHA, Monday Evening. While the evening coach was being driv en to TCalcha Road, the four horses took fright-'at a motor car, and although careful ly handled by George Bowden, the vehicle was overturned. Two commercials, Messrs. Hutchinson, or Anderson, and Cornford were injured, the former having a teg broken, and the latter an arm fractured. Mrs. Dtamock, of Tamworth, was taken to the hospital with a cut in her head. Her baby was uninjured. The coach was badly damaged. v Later. Mrs. Dlramock is not badly hurt. Mrs. Nlcfaolls, who was also a passenger, has been taken to the hospital.

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ACCIDENT IM A COLLIERY. WEST MAITLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

AGCtSENT IM A COLLIERY. WEST MAITLAXD, Monday. j Whilo utout TO miners vvurc gciug mUy. jHettoii culttorv, Carriugtoii, to-day, riding on a number of skips, oho skipped suuj bo J came derailed, throwi.ij; several of tho j?ioktfifcly down. Fortunately 110 lives wore, 'lasi. K»to meu uer0 injured, and are suf jfitting. chiefly from ^asoerations, no bonca rttomg-'broken.

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INVERELL RACES. MOZANNA WINS THE OPENING. GOLDEN GLOW ANNEXES NEW YEAR'S GIFT. INVERELL, Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

INVERELL RACEo. MOZANNA WINS THE OPENING. GOLDEN GLOW ANNEXES NEW YEAR'S GIFT. INVERELL. Monday | The Inveroil Jockey Club's Summer Meeting, postponed from Wednesday, was commenced to-day. The weather was warm, and the-attertance large. Results:— Opening Handicap, 7 furlongs.—Moeanna j 1, Setmaper 2, Whitefoot 3. Won by a length J and a half. Time, 1.35. Betting: Evens • Mozanna. | Novice Har.JIcap, C furlongs.—Mookoval 11, Moeenia 2. Tootsle 3. Other starters: ; Tall Boy, Ivan. Wlmmera, and Tavlton. Won by half a length. Time, 1.20. Betting: 6 to 4 Moxenia, 2 to l the winner | New Year's GUI, 7 furlongs.—GoNKSSW*;! J. Crimson Wins -2, Empirical Other starter: Lady Simon. Won by a^neok.* Time: 1.33. netting: Evens CrImso»WiAft,ji 2 to 1 Empirical. ** J Mclntyre Welter, & furlongs.—Revolve 1. Matchmaker 2, ICilluva 3. Other slairon: Slow Hoy. and Schnapper. Won by a Time, 1.21. Betting: 6 to I Matchmaker. to 1 the winner. Matchmaker,"1 an|l II. Thuraton, the lessee of the ho^...

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RAILWAY TO THE COAST. WABCHA Monday... [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

RAItWAY TO THE COAST. WAbCHA Monday... Mr. Kennedy, of the Works Department, arrlvedto-day, to inspect the proposed route ol railway to the coast.

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HOMEBUSH SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

HOMEBUSH SALES. Cattle.—1228 yarded. The market was slightly lower. Best beef sold at 24/ per 1001b., bullocks £S to £10, cows £4 to £8. Sheep.—12,-100 penned. Prime were 1/ higher, while others were unaltered. We thers sold from 10/ to 1C/2, ewes 0/ to 12/.

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TO-DAY'S WOOL SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

TO-DAY'S WOOL SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. The wool sales re*ope«ied to-day, market was much easier, and in same cases to the extent ot C per cent. The Co-operative Company offered 3900 bales. The recent doelme in merinos in Melbourne and Brisbane was reflected here. Croasbreds wttte appreciably lowter. Particulars:—Greasy: A over AdeJong, first fleece, 12d, second fleeco lOJd, first pieces 9Jd; Goolguinbla, first combing E Hid; combing lid; .jWM over Allandale, comeback lOftd; merino fleece 10*4d; KLN over Gunyauna, AE 10Jd, first pieces 8Jd; F over Glenarchy, first combing lOJd, AW 9^d, AHWE 9Vjd, B Ileece 9(1; WR and SN, first lOfcd, ftret pieces 8Jd; APK over Gow. .rie over New EugJuud, first ficec* lOJd, first E 1W;'GG over Glenwood over New Eiigltuk), EW 10id; WHE 10£d; Migurra over WXj fleec© lOd; TB, Makeham over X&ngius, EH lOd; JS over Ryo Park, EW Wd; WB over SA, fleece 9Jd; F over Bon nie View, first combine 9jd; FPA over Dun gowan, fleeco 9}d; AP over Adelong, EW 9}d;...

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QUIRINDI WATER SUPPLY. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

... QUIRIND1 WATER SUPPLY, SYDXEY. Monday. The tender of the Gibson, Battle Com pany, Sydney, has been accepted for the supply, and ercction of pumping machinery for the Qulrindl water supply. The amount of the tender was £1977.

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MAITLAND MARKETS. WEST MAITLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

MAITLAND MARKETS. .... WEST MAITfjAND, Monday. cattle.—There w-a§ a fairly large yarding, consisting principally of good to prime qual ity bullocks. Thwo was n good attendance of buyers, who bid1* freely. The market was firm at last week's high rates. Prime heavy buHocks sold from £10/10 to £11/1, prime £9 to £10, good £8 to £8/10, medium £7 to £7/10, best cows £6/10 to £7/12, good £5/10 to £6, medium £4/10 to £5. Sales.—CItftrBros., bullocks £7/14 to £D 5/, cows £5/9 to £7/11; J. P. Dowllng, bctiocks, £€>*6 to £9711, cows £5 to £G; J. K. McKay, bullocl:*, 1'7/y to £8/11. j Sheep.—About IWU were penned, being mostly merino wkh a few crossbreds. The quality was principally good to prime. The znarfcbi was very brisk, showing n further improvement on last week's llrm rates. tPrinre and weighty wethers 14/11 to 15/9, prime 13/ to U/ll;;good 11/ to 13/. prime and'weighty ewes 12/11 to^lS/10, prime 11/ to 12/11, good 9/S to 11/1,'Inferior and me dium 7/8 .to 9/R Sates.—Exors. H. C. Whi...

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AILEGED SHOOTING WITH INTENT. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

AILEGED SHOOTING WITH INTENT, { SYDNEY, .Monday. Peter McGrath 1ms been committed for trial on a charge of maliciously shooting, at Granville, a man named Butler, with intent to dofcim grievous bodily harm. The prosecutor deposed that accused said to him "I intended to'kill you; you took my wife out to Oafctey." Duller replied, "It is a lie." Accused told the police the only thing he regretted was that prosecutor did not get shot In the brain box, adding, "I'll make no mistake the next time." «.-?

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RAILWAY CONCESSIONS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

RAILWAY CONCESSIONS. " 'SYDNEY. .Monday. a deputation representing tue Local Go* vernment Association, interviewed the Chief Ra'Hway Commissioner and asked that a concession in freights should be made to shires and municipalities getting road* making material. Some local bodle3 could not get metal for their roads, and were consequently unable to keep them in proper condition on account of the expense of haul age. As the railway lands were exempted from taxation, the .slight reciprocity asked for ahou&be granted. It was also pointed but that since 190& some £8$0,000 had been spent on roads by shires and municipalities. Mr. • Johnson -said he did not think he had any power-to • discriminate between muni clpailtles*3attrtfec.generakpublic, and he did not--think there should be any distinction. However, when he was dealing with the re vision, of freights, as he intended, he would scs>-if'he hadvyower to make the concession naked for.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

ANXIOUS MOMENTS. One of the moat anxious times of a mo$ ther's life is when her little ones havgt croup. There is no other medicine so oSeoA tive in this terriblbg malady as Dr. Sholdo«i» New Discovery. Tt can bo safely given depended upon. No mother should evor ti3 without a hottlo in the house. 1/6 and Obtainable at all stores, and Pullman's Phar macy." There is just this much about it: Dandruff is a germ disease, is most untidy, annoying, and leads to baldness. When chronic, it is very stubborn, bu^ surely yields to thorough and energetic treatment, to All germs must be destroyed, the scalp must be restored to health. Here is the remedy: Ayer's Hair Vigor. Ask your doctor about using it. DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR © » Pfepired by Dr. J. C. Ayer L Co., Icwell, Mm., U. S. A. The Cheap est Piano we stock is the Bel It's worth more than we asK. for it, but we buy well ©. can sell cheaply Thousands in use, each one fully gua ranteed to stand all climates. Piano Catalogues Post Free, i? L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

TO LET.—Cottage in Darling-street, all' conveniences. Apply to James Reid, Brighton Villa. WANTED.—Lad for Dairy Farm. Must bo good milking hand. J. Gonot, Halls ville. WEST TAMWORIH.—Cottage, 4 rooms and kitchen, J acre land, £175. Ware, Broughton and Co., Agents. ROOMS TO LET. Apply "Granville," Peel-street, near viaduct. Terms mod erate. WANTED.—A good General ^Servant. Apply, tjiis office. XXTANTED.—Position as Butcher, in shop " * or slaughter. Apply hy letter, A.B.C., this office. w ANTED.—Men to erect Fencing. Ap ply, George Bielefeld, Duri. YtT0<^D ■As'sto!0,,fc Country, for up to 200 ■-hoad of cattle, * at 3d head par week. Frank Wyndhani, Tamwortli. rAC'ANCIES for Boarders.—Apply Mrs. Coyne, Peel-street, West Tamwortli. iUSINESS STAND.—Peel-street, East 1 Tanmlijrth. 46 feet frontage, *£500. V/aro, Brougliton and Co., Agents. (2G9) jTVUILDING SITE.—West Tamwortli, near Jj Goodshed. 33 faefc frontage. Price £32/10, quick sale. "Ware, Brougliton and Co., Agents. '...

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The Dashwoods. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

The Dasliwoods. ' }IBy SlOPla Huud, author of "Ou our Selec tion," "Our New Selection,'1 etc., elc.) . .lour every best liuiiUli, gentlemen; and . '.ileasnnt morning," resimnded 'Uio noted ;■ barrister—"u pleasant morniu;;." Uo emptied his glass and xtrodo over to ..tie heap of shoe leather and surveyed it. . A huge, ugly nmlo bout of great legth caught his legal eye. lie lifted it, and stared long and studiously at it. ''Kr.uiryi to give any /man ten ye.u's!" he said scornfully, and drop ped the boot back on tile pile. i: Tlie bootblacks grinned. ..Hint's .hu!^e lorrick's," one of them said. "He's here te-tiii£ht!" I "Heavens!" cried Mr. Portland, lifting tile long,' ill-shaped boot aaam. "so it is! I '^ should have known it bv the utter look of imbecility it has about it; by' the woeful Iflek of decision and direction that's stamp .^.e_tl..all over it; and." above all, 1 most cer tainly should have itjoognised its distingnish ed^owner in it by the Almost entire absence of a sole 1...

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GREAT RAINS AT BEGA. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

GREAT RAINS AT BEGA. SYDNEY, Monday. Nearly twelve iclies of rnin have fallen in the Hega district, and a flood is feared, as 'most of the low-lying parts are already submerged.

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SYDNEY. The Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' Association reports:—WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

SYDNEY. The Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' Asbo- I :iatlon reports:— WOOL. The necond half of the Sydney wool sell- , ing season will be inaugurated on Monday next, and Oh; catalogues during the week will amount to about 39,000 bales, including ■x fairly representative display. Owing to ^ Ihe fact, that at Hobart, Launcestoc, Mel bourne, Brisbane, and Antwerp, recent sales ^ Have shown a decline in values, it is pro liable that late rates will not be maintained In Sydney but it is generally believed that the market will recover as sales progress. PRODUCE. Sheepskins—Pelts declined yd per lb, while woolled skins ruled firm. Quotations: Merino full wools G</4d to 8d per lb. three- . quarter wools Sd to 7d, half wools 4%d to Gd, quarter wools 3'/*d to 4%d, pelts, mer ino 3'/id to 3'id, crossbred 3yd to 3-,+ d, crossbred, three-quarter to full wools 4 %d to 7V£d, short 3Vid to 6yd, lambs 4%d to 7d, broken pieces 3%d to 5d. Hides.—"Light weights were l-8d per lb easier, but othe...

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MEAT CORNER. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

MEAT CORNER. SVDNEVi. Monday. A number of prominent business men say that tile rumors with rcspoot'.vto cornering t.lie Australian meat market iaro without foundation.

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SALE OF ANOTHER WALGETT PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

SALE OF ANOTHER WALGETT PROPKRTV. Following the suit* (if "Mercadool Station," John Bridge unci Company, Limited, Sydney, report having sold on aceouut of Messrs. Hell Brothers, their "Marshmoad Estate," near Walgett, comprising an area of 15,555 acres secured lands, with stock, at o very satisfactory prico for cash. Mr. T. Brett, of Tewora, was the purchaser. John Bridgo and Co., Limited, report:— The opening furred skin sales of tho year, which were lield on the lltli instant, did not pass off ' as satisfactorily as could be desirod, rabbit skins, which foiled tlio prin cipal item on tho catalogue^' being down }dl to Id, and^in some cases l^d per lb, buyers thus partially discoiurting the* fa" of 2d which has since been reported from London. Domand \for opossum skins was restricted, and values suffered a further contraction of ]/ to 2/G per'dozen. Rock, scrub, and swamp wallaby eased'W, iyt, and each respec tively. Business in butohers' produce is again run ning along as smoothly ...

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PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 17 January 1911

PROOUGE SALES. SYDNEY, 'Mom by. Thero was a fair attendance at tlio sales held at) Sydney railway sheds this morning. Competition was devoid of animation, and prices accepted for chaff declined in value to tlio extent of 3/4, and lucemo hay 5/ per ton. JIaize and wheat were easier, ai:<l dropped Id per bushel. Values realised for potatoes advanund fi/S. Choice quality ehaif changed hands at. 4/8 to 4/10, prime 3/10 to 4/2, good 3/o to 3/7, good quality hieerno hay, small bales, sold from 8; to 3'2, in ferior 2/cj, medium^ largo bales, 2/4, primo dry yellow maize 2/7 to 2/71, good chiek wheat 3/4 to 3/S, medium 3/25. Primo eatt able potatoes, good realised 8./7 to S)/, medium 8/1. Wheat brought from 3/7 to 3/8, barley 2/0 to :yi. Local1 sale: Lucerne hay from Latdlow, 2/4 per cwt.

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