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INVERELL RACES. CRIMSON WING WINS THE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

INVERELL RACES. CRIMSON WING WINS THE HANDICAP. The IttvorcU Jockey Club's Summer Meeting concluded to-day. 'Iitv* weather was showery, and the going heavy. lte »ulls: Borough Handicap, 7 lurlonys:— Vo|<h»ane S.7 (Mulu-r). 1; Moxusina, 7.V, 'J: Whiteioot. 0.3, 3. Only other starter was ZWkt, 7.o. Kv/.-ik Volstoum;, *» to - M<»zanna, 3 ty i Zither. Won by a lengih. Time, 1.36. Novice Handicap, 13 furlongs:—Tallboy. S.O (Bahor)* 1: Tcotsjo. 7.10, 6: I.ady Vet man. 7.7, 3, Only other starter, Mozcnia, S.10. Hottingj Ever/; Alonyiva, 3 t«» 1 Tallboy. Won by hall head. Time, 1.2-t. Jtk'ki'y Club Haiidkrjp, il }nilo:—Orim. son Wing. JM> iCnsban). 1: Lady Simon., 7.10, '2; Gulden Glow. S.7. 3. Bettiug: 0 vi> •I (in Crimson Wi«uj, 5 to 2 others. Won by throe lengths. Time. 1.51, Keora Welter Handicap, U lurking*.—Cap tain Leigh, S.ll (Uakor), 1: .Mookoval, iV2. 2: Revolve. 8.11. 3. Heitim:: 5 u» -1 Uoo koval. - to 1 other-*. Won by six lengths. Time, 1.23. (»vvyd...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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A GREAT LAW SUIT DECIDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

A GREAT LAW SUIT DECIDED. Tlie Supreme Court, the People, havo do* cider] that Dr. Sheldon's Now Discovery \?ins against Coughs and Colds. Price, Is Od and *U. Obtainable at all stores, and Pullman's Pharmacy.* A clear .complexion and hr-althy appetite are sure results of taUini; XIC51IA TONl(_\r

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OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

OPTICIAN'S VISIT. February 3 date next regular; monthly ricit to Tawworlh of GIBB A1 BEEMAN, LTD.. the well-known Opticians of 6 Huuter-stroot, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. All sufferers from any eye trouble,, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. One of tuo princioals personally visits Tam worth (Chas. Gibb', late principal of Charles I Gibb and Co.. and J. "SV. Beeman, late Man I agcr and Sight Specialist for H. A. Bnrra I dough), who'bavo been visiting this town lor same years, are the principals, so eKents can i rdv on the most expert- Bye service in con I suiting us. Nest visit: Friday, February 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

OO.MS TO LKT, furnished or untun»i-lt t-tl. Apply* this oftii'i*. ANTKD UIKL to assist in house work. •V ? Apply, this oil* e. iOST between Salvation Army BanuckK •J und Stat»- Stores, a gold broocli, with aniwtlijst stone. Reward on returning Biz* ani and I.yes. yvr H U BAND-SMTEH A* CO. hat> re » » • cdive<J instructions irout Kov. Father MuJiius U> **11 at their Premier i Vard-i on Friday, 2lHh at 2.15 p.m., owing; to his leaving the district, one well, hrod pony, 4 years, thoroughly quiet; also i.mv sot harness.

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DURI NEWS. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

DURI NEWS. (From our Correspondent). The annual meeting of the Farmers anil Settlers' Association was held in the U'lilon Church building on Monday night, when there was a fair attendance of members. Mr. Win. Donaldson was elected president, tile retiring president (.Mr. Geo. Bielefeld) declining to be nominated for the position this year. Vice-presidents (2) Messrs. A. I). Smith and Geo. Bielefeld. The otliee of secretary and treasurer was left over till next meeting as nil present declined to be nominated for the position, and Mr. II. Owen, the retiring secretary, is still acting till the place is filled by new blood. Stamps and advertising accounts were passed for payment and the treasurer reported a bal ance in hand of £3. The secretary was instructed to com municate with the Deputy P.M.G. complain ing of the bad postal arrangements list ing at Duri, and asking that a letter box be placed at the office for the convenience of the public and to have the mails in and out of Tamwort...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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A LITTLE THOUGHT FOR EVERY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

A LITTLE MHT. FOR EVERY DAY. J&nu&r? 18.—Eappinofcs docs not consist In possessing xatitt) ',but in hoping and loving much. - January 19.—• • It was oalf a glad fcood-moming, As ibfr pawed atoug th« way, *tiut it dpl*ad th4 morning's glory Over t&» Kr»*taia day. January SO.^Xti order to do auytluug worth <3oii&, , we musrt not stand shivering on the. bonk, aad thinking ot' .the cold ana chrnger, btat jntdp in and scramble through &9 v«Q at *• can. J ao.ua ry 5T1.—1 t And. so4b> or late. to nil that sow ' time of bnrvMt thai] be given; The dower shall blotf, the fruit shall glow, If not on «af£b, at last in heaven January 2^.— * Give, give, be always giving, "Who gives ti'if. is uot living; The moro u,« iiivo The more wv Jaouary —V.' •«!;, U tlio very calt- of life, not only preserving It Trom decay, but also giving it tomvnnd flavor'. January 24'.—'ttiat which bolero us liw> in daily lite to rio lt» the tirhne wisdom.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

" .Visiting dress of hydrangea blue nlnon, deep hem of skirt ami sleeves of paisley patterned soft satin in shades of brown and hydrangea blue. Hand of tunic belt and edge of corsage of velvet a shade dark er than the nin'on. Hat of velvet to mutch tunic, brown weeping ostrich plume.

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THE PEOPLE WE KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

THE PEOPLE WE KNOW. Mr. C\ MeArthur Kinis has received a cable frpin London officially notifying his appointment as General Superintendent of the Peel River Company. Mr. Charles' Kegan entertained Mrs." Oregon McMahon to tea at "Glen JCvilly" during the stay of. °A Message from Murs" Company «in TamwortU./ Mrs.. McMahon is one of.the younger daughters of the late Mr. Thomas Hungerford, M.L.A., and was jbporn and spent her early years at .Baerumi, ! his station near Mus.wellbrook, now the pro* perty of Mr. Reggie White. • • • • • Mr. Victor Fiuherbert1, of the same com pany, wbo played tho part uf "The Messen ger'* so effectively, is a son of Mr. .Justice KiUberhert, of -the ,Xew Zealand Supreme Court. Over sir feet two in height, he hos a splendid stage presence and voice,,and de cided powers of characterisation, Uis part in "Tbe Two Mr. Wet&erbys" affording a in or Iced contrast to that of "The Messen ger." Another member of the company is Mr. Ronald McLeod, who is .a son o...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

MARKET REPORTS. TAMWOKTH. Mahony and Condon report having hold a special »ale oC horses at their town sale yards on Friday last, the 13th last. The number yarded was about 55 head which I were mostly aged heavy and light drau- I ghts/the balance being broken and unbrok- | en light-harness and saddle sorts, also a] »ew ^ponies. There was a good attendance I of buyers»who competed well for good draught and light harness sorts, but old I and inferior*horses were hard to quit at low prices. We sold 35 head at prices very satisfactory to owners, unbroken draught ^ridings up to £25. aged draught geldings making up to £20, light harness and sad dle horses to £15, ponies up to £10. We expect a good yardrog of horses and dairy cattle, etc., on Friday next, Janu ary 2uu*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

ffieses— HfisrshalL If you require good solid heavy v3 Working BOOTS cf a thoroughly w durable nature then we recom mendi-MOSES' Footwear. Or f{rf a somewhat lighter Boot of good appearance. and al ways in up-to-date shapes we *j» say "MARSHALL'S." f| These two Manufacturers are 5® famous throughout the Common wealth for QUALITY in their re- © spcctive classes. iK We have been appointed Sole *|j Agents for Tamworth district, and p? the confidence these brands enjoy ^ among men is nothing short of re- ja* markablc. Their prices are strictly competitive ones—we saw to that ['before we acccptcd the agencies some few months back, and.now 'we quote you some descriptions and prices-that wiR convince M you of their sterling values right through. Men's Glace Kid Lace Boots, self toe cap, welted, sizes o to 10> 13s Gd § Men's Glace Kid Lace Boots, patent toe cap, •welted, sizes, 5 to gj» 10,14s 6d 0 Men's Glnce Kid Lace Boots, no toe cap, wide fitting, welted, g* 6 to 10,15s Od (g Men's -...

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RUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

RUNNING. R. l^itch, the Soutli AnMralinn crack, who is negotiating for matches witli Jimmy Fitzgerald und K, Hopping, has arrived in Sydney. I.eitch lost no time in getting in tone}) with Fitz^wald, and is now di$cuv>. ing the. details of u mutch with the latter over ten miles. So far nothing definite has boc-Ti done, but it is probable that ov<>ry-. thing will be brought to a head to-day. Fitz gerald's idea was to hato the watch ruu in. doors at th& Exhibition Building, but Leitch himself states that he would much prefer te huro to run in the open air, at on© of the sports grounds of Sydney. L*itch ex presses his confidence to give Fitzgerald the ran of bis life. NEMIA TONIC will give you a new iuWr est in life. Tak* i: af-tc-r meals.*

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BALOON FOUND. BERLIN, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

BERLIN. '.Monday Aftorhnmi The balloon lleidlebrandt, Missing t»iinv I December 2D. was touud on Lake ' aula to-day. The bodies of boUi uvrunususs were found In the balloon. " I

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WHEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

WHEAT MARKET, Wheat was Quoted: Murcb 7/1, >|;ly

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ARGENTINE MEAT. LONDON, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

ARGENTINE MBT. LO.VDOX, Monday Kveitinir. An a remiU of the CoufenHice at Heme | last Thtsi'adiiy. regaidhtK tin* question of • admission to Switzerland of Aigeiuiiu' Jroz- ' en beef. It i.s fxpeeted the Federal C'oiuuil ' will reeomi:K*nd its Immediate admission, j but regulations will be framed v.huh wit j require whole carcass being 'exported.

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HISTORY OF LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

history of lucerne. Til,' lluel'lm ]>laill oviuillilted ill ( ' ' A»ia. l-'.ir til.' ancient IVisisiiis it ■ Hiift iiiipiriant Imase p!:<til. Wln-.l.. »a-i ch.tne.sticated" by tliem of V a ' iiiK-ioiii people is not kimivii. It i"1'1 tli.. invasion ,.f Xovjm'S into (irc-iv. iruiii the Uiwiin. the? Unman* obtain. til.'-;.? (■.■nttvs ic spread tlllHU.it"1: •Mi'dit.'iiaiuuit. littoral ititu Frame. '■ n'l'I XouIiwh I'.Hiotve. Tile Creeks v#;l ••M.-.liU-." ana till- liomms "H.-it,. 1 .li.-.i." mi account of its- Median nr I'' oiW.m. Dining till. .Middle Atf.'s. J"-'-1 these eailicr names tvere l.-'-t sisilit ■ i'> ICiiri>|k'ii>i "rower*. anil it tvas !': " Luzerne.'' "In.-prne." nr ■•litrern..." n river valley In Northern Italy. T.i Arabv, on the other liaml. it. «•»* 1 : • as "alfacfaeali," which means "tl». I.it.,1 ImUk-r." Hy the Moo.;.-!, in* and i»flii'.'iitH> over Noi thorn A iric-i Southern Kmone, tins Arabic name i-i'i 1'inte.l, and out ol' it finall...

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GENERAL CABLES. TORONTO. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

TORONTO. .Niii-Hov F.vrnini;. Travels, heart manager of the Furty.-r-; Hank, plcailc'4 suffty to mlsappropriat'iii, £S0i>0, falsifying returns to the Govern wimiI, and alicrinjx minute books, lie \v^. w>mi'»c!c<! to nix years* imprisonment. UO.MK. .Monday After teeeiv.'ns aJariuhit; ccnlhtentini i,. port': as to Hie coiiiNtfotis lu I'oriuqnl. iltK. Italian Government lias; despatched a but. tlesblp to Mubos under -sealed orders. MSP.OX. Monday Kveninr.. An undetvrrouiJd explosion of gas the railroad terminus caurcd much alar;j. The workmen wore ;:eriouKJy burned. ar,j considerable damage war. don'.' to proper-., in the vicinity. The explosion was due ;l: ibo gas main cut by strike sympati.. isers. Ttnlny a bomb exploded in the Chella* tunnel. So one wan hurt, but bole* torn in the tunnel, necessitating the - pension of the traffic. SAX FUAXCJfiPO. .Monday Kvonin*. Further particulars disclosed oonconiii. - 1'eur-Admiral Harry. Commander-ln-Ch: or the pacitlc Fl>'...

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SHARP STORM, [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

SHARP STORM, About y o'clock hist nlKht a storm. , eotnpanled by thunder :m<i lightning pa ed over the town, unu waj succeeded by sherp shower ot rain.

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THE SIGHTS OF DELHI, LONDON. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

THE SIGHTS OF DELHI, LON'DOX. Monday Kvuulnc A special message from the German Crown Prince gratefully acknowledges i»'e courtesy ol the Indian Government iu a~p polutitig Arcbael-jglst Saunders..n to act as guide to the sights of Delhi.

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BRITISH AMBASADOR AT WASHINGTON. LONDON, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

I.QXDOX. Monday Evening. It is rumored ihzu Ambassador Bryce will retire from his posr at Warhington. U Is currently leportod that .Mr. De b<?v erson, British Ambassador at Mr.drid, will tlJ! his SUCCOSSOr.

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Our Special Cablegrams. BY THE INDEPENDENT CABLE SERVICE MORMONISM IN ENGLAND, LONDON, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911

13y thi: ixdf.pkndent cabu: service MORMOHISMJN ENGLAND, T.OXDON*. '.lojithi;.* Kvenins. liroihtT Mon?on. ohiof of the Mormon Missionaries. who ai" 1*0 w visiting Kngland. nas written 10 the Ho:m? tary. endorsing the* demand made for in vest igations into Moriucnism hero. Bro ther Monson alleges that thv Mormons aiv being persecuted.

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