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SECOND TEST MATCH. SPRINGBOKS AND KANGAROOS. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
SECOND TEST MATCH. ! * ~ ' SPRINGBOKS AND KANGAROOS. . r ' ■ • FIRST DAY. Splendid weather conditions prevailed for the opening of the second lost match between South Africa nncl Australia,- at the Melbourne Cricket ground 011 Saturday afternoon. The wicket, which is made of the Merri Creek soil, was In excellent con dition. The selectors of the Australian team did not decide npon the eleven until a few min utes before 12 o'clock, the hour nt, which play began. The player In doubt wari Arm strong, who had been ill. They did not want to leave him out. and only decided that he should go in alter he had practised. It was merely :i mailer of his belnt; sufllclent ly recovered from the attack of mumps to justify his playing. Matthews, accordingly, was 12th man. As at Sydney. Clem lllil won the toss from P. \V. Shenveil, and Australia went to the wickets. Scores:— AUSTRALIA.—First Innings. V. Trmnper, b Pegler.. 34 W. Hardslcy, c Snooke, b Sinelalj- .... ?!> C. 11111, b Llewellyn 09 n....
JUMPED OFF VIADUCT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
JUMPED OFF VIADUCT. _ A+, Manilla on Sunday, a rann -nnmed 1Cnjnnmfd off tlio raihvnv viaduct, n &lt;listnlin> o[ ti&lt;) foot-, into tlu> river, Avliiol) nt» present contains nlxint- two .feet of water. 'I'l)o unfortunate man's chest hone was lirolio.n, mid lie received nt'ier serious in juries. Tip was conveyed t» the hospital lor treatment.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
A ■WONDERFUL NEW PIU,. Gin has from time immeriiorial been imi vorsally recognised ns liavini: a (wuluirly beneficial effect on tlio kidneys, bladder, and tho urinary system generally, and is fre quently prescribed by medical men in the treatment of diseases u(farting t1ie.se organs. A great many people, owing to their having conscientious scruples against the use of that liquor, were debarred from its use, ami &lt;vm f;ei|Uentlv dolnuTcd from the curative treat ment they would otherwise liuve obi.:lined. Having regard to tlie.se considerations, Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills have been put on the market lor the treatment of all Kidney Troubles. They contain all the curativo niedicinul properties of gin without tho alcohol, ti| them arc> combined certain other powerful diuretics which to make tho finest pill of its kind over offered to the pub lic. All sufferers from Achinii Hack, llliou matisni, Gimt, Madder Troubles, Sn'mtiea, liumlmiro, Ividncv pomplaint, will find Br. Sheldon...
TEN MILES OF PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
TEN MILES OF PAPGn. The paper used in iivlutinp: (Uc Aval, Issue of "The Daily Observer" would, if placed in one strip, measure no less n distance than 10 miles.. This menus that many thousands of roiilos worn printed and circulated throu pliotn flip Slate, and it will bo readily seen that our new mathinory was christened "under hot lire." The printing of this hip iRsi'o proceeded without the slightest hitch, and when-the wheels commenced to revolve after midnight, up-to-date fac'llfles enabled one of the largest number of papers ever printed out of Sydney, in one issue, to be speedily completed and despatched.
TATTERSALL'S ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
TATTERSAU'S ANNUAL MEETING. Though cloudy, the weathor was fine for Tattersall's meeting at Randwick -on Satuf day last. There was an excellent attendance, nnd "a record in every way" was Mr. J. B. Oliffo's report at tlie conclusion of tho day. On account of the death of llr. T. S. Clib born, the flags were at half-mast, and tlio jockeys riding in tne various races woro black armbands. Tho racing was excellont throughout, and, tihanks to the success of Sunlike in tho Carrington Stakes, tho "books'' had a winning day. The stewards had an easy time of it, tho only matter call- . ing for their attention being J. S. McDonald's | behaviour in .connection with the Carrington Stakes, ad tho rider named was suspended for six months. Results:— HURDLE RACE. Mr. C. Collinwood's b g PHAliOS, by Ennistymon—Sphynx, aged, 9.2, inc. 21b. over (K. Moore) 1 Mr. J. McMniton's b g FARRELL, by Fucile—Venus, Byrs, 9.9 (P.House man) Mr. I). E. McKipuon's b g GAY HAMP TON, bv Jolly Hampton (imp.)— Hawthorn...
The Tamworlh Daily Observer TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1911. IMPROVED POSTAL FACILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
The Tamworlh Daily Observer TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1911. IMPROVED POSTAL FACILITIES. Tt Is .1 vnrj' pertinenl fact that there ia j •i.?;-! of ru-ro cohesion between the postal i ;..i:i!ioriiii!!V and the Railway Department, j iir.O present Jay arrangements point to the ! rime■I'.iiiion that many disabilities arc being I Miifforert. particularly by country districts, ar. consequence. A case in point is the | prcsent'railwny and posl.il arrangements of I the north aiiil norlli-wor.t. Under existing ] conditions, llin people of the north are | hanOicappf-il in the direction of postal com- '■ raunication with tl:* north-western distrii&lt;ts. fl position ilia! Is brought about through the , practice of the railways not carrying the j mails from tlio north by a train whlijh leaves Werris Creek after the arrival ot i the Hrisbnue express. The elfect of this j inexplicable net is to debar the people o£ j the northern centres using ;i convenient i train for postal communication, so far...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
White Star Line 1 ;LONDON AND LIVBRPQOKjYlA DUR ■ BAN AND CAPETOWN. ' >U EGULAR fcur-weokly sailings of 12,000 X|j tons Twin-screw Stuamors, "APRIC," "MEDIC," "PERSIC," "RUNIC," and "SUEVIC." FARES—Capetown or Durban, '£15/15 to V £84 8a. London, £19 to £30. - y . New York, Boston.. oto., £26/6 to / £30/6. '-,i DNLY ONE CLASS OF, ACCOMMODA J TION, . Cargo of all descriptions carried at lowest Through bookings to ' Continental Ports* English Manufacturing'Centres, und Amenca on most favorable, terms,„ . .. ■— Blie highest class of insolation is installed for the satisfactory carriage and outturn of tWeen Meat, Dairy Produce, Fruit, etc. For Rate* of freight, Pamphlet*/ ifc. ■ apply to-^ DALGETY 4 CO., LTD., Agents at Newcastle, and all Australian Ports. Aberdeen Line. NATAL, CAPETOWN, and LONDON, ji» 'PLYMOUTH, EGUL'AR. First and Third Class Pas sengers carried. TARES.'—Saloon—London, from. '£57&lt; Brd Class—£16 to £20. " Saloon—Cape and Natal, £31/10; : 8rd Class—£13/13 ...
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
BOXING. , Al. 'Kaufman has Issued a challenge to I Jnclf Johnson to tight. within six months. j •j no. champion ' slates Ik- is willing tho i sjiatch should talco place, lmf. stipulates that j it must 'ho for a piir.se of not less than £r,000. Los. T.ofiite. of Orange, stales lie Is will- I hip In box Jacobs nt tho lialety in five | week's time for £10 aside. and cut the Winso 1'iiy way Jacob". should like, llis nvm, which lie intured some time a;v&lt;>. LoKue ;>&lt;«n says. is well again; and as so on as he 1 through his contest with Jacobs, he '.villi be nrepared to box any second-rate wel lor-we'slit, in Australia. .T. Murphy says ho will accept Yomik Notson'R challenge to meet any boy* in ' Visfrajju' at. S*t 41b. lie will bet a tenner; ; !,u house to be cut any way Nelson likes.
NOTES. A WEATHER PARADOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
NOTES. A WEATHER PARADOX. ileat, in ils time, has been responsible^ for many wonderful things, including; lan guage ol' .variegated tints, expressed sotto voce, when the weather is warm. But now it has produced a paradox, which has raised the question, when is heat hot? Some peo ple who went to Armidalc from Tamworth and Manilla on Boxing Day, to shoot kill ing bullets and glances, have composed a mejital memorial on their stay In the Cathe dral city, which throws much light on an interesting study. It is calmly asserted that the noted salubrious climate of New Kugland is anything from 50 to 100 degrfees hotter than Tamworth and Manilla. This, too, in face of the barometer's readings, which plainly showed that on Boxing Day the heat hereabouts was some degrees in excess of Armidale. Point the deficiency out, apd you are told that figures do not Vomit. there is just "something" of a dif ference which cannot he aptly described, it m>.ist be felt to be fully realised. Was it the cha...
NEWCASTLE RACES. (By wire.) NEWCASTLE, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
NEWCASTLE RACES. (From our Sporting Reporter.) (By wire.) • NEWCASTLE, Monday Night. The new year meeting of the Newcastle Jockey Club was held to-day, and passed off successfully. There was a large ntteud Rttcc. Results:— Opening Handicap.—Winsome 1, Tinga roo 2, Glaze 3. Other starters: Murlowan. Combination, Plum, Murcla, Lord Hautboy. Netting: t; to 4 against Winsome, 2 to 1 Olnze, C to 1 to 10 others. Lord Hautboy led to the turn from Plum and Kcarsarge. At the distance Winsome came through, and won easily by three lengths from Tingaroo, with Glaze third. | Time, lmln. 15%sec. Welter Handicap.—pompfrey 1, Kear sdrge 2, Lady-in-Blue 3. Other starters: Forge, Lady Fucile, Mount Terrell, Dorenia, Rifle Boy. Betting: Even. ' Pompfrey, 3 to 1 Fucile, 6 to 1 Forge, 10 to 1 others. Lady-in-BIue made the pace to the turn, j where Pompfrey came through and won by I two lengths from Kearsarge, Lady-In-Blue, half a length away being third. Time. lmln. 31'^sec. Holiday Handicap.—Bridesman ...
SECOND DAY. Second Hurdle Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
RECON'D DAY. Second Hurdle Race. Handspike, (lute Hero), 9,0 .. .. l| Fnrr'oll, 10.0 ,, .. .. 2 Boobah, 9.12 r 3 Butting: 10 to 1 Handshake,. 2 to 1 Far- ! roll, 7 to 1 lioohah. AVon bv length in 4.5J. Gay Humntoii and Phhrps fell. ] Flying Handicap. J Pni Dance. 10.4 .. 1 Adjacent, 8.12 2 i Buddhist, 8.7 .. .. .. -3 1 Hotting: 0 to 4 against Poi Danoe, 7 to 1 I BwldhiRt, 10 ot 20 to 1 others. ! The favorite wont to tho front at the half mile, and 1&lt;h1 into the straight, winning ft) groat race by a nock. Four lengths, sepfirt ted second find third. Time. 1.13J. . 1 Now Year's ,6ift. 1 Nanga, 6.12 ., 1 Irishman .. .. .. .. 2 Lenron, 8.10 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3 Bottine: 2 to 1 Lauren, 4 to 1 Irishman, 10 to 1 Nati'ear. Passing the G furlong post, Irishman and NiviiKa went to the Front, th0 latter loading by two laiiRths at the half milo. and also leuj into the straight by the sumo distance,' ramping homo an easy Winner bv sis len«ths. Hall' a length separated second nnd thi...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
PERSONAL Miss Yora Poarce, of ■ "Our Misr. Gihbs" Company, is leading In West's beauty compe tion. Up to Saturday night she had receiv ed 2.172 voter., the totals 01 her two nearest rivals bcin^ 1074 and lti-13. Mr. Leslie C. Will ams, of Wollongong, has boon appointed organist at St: John's Chnreh ot England and will lake up duties about .January 15: Mr: Williams is a music teacher, and it his intention to practice his profession in Tamwortli. The Curator of intestate Estates has been authorised to administer the following es tates:—Stuart Murray Smith, (of Torring ton. near Deepwater). Charles Ellis (of Tamwortli), Richard Caslicl; (of Page's (Jreelti near Scone). .Tolm Norton, of Sydney "Truth,'' has piarted a newspaper up at the Hulilinc.h gold field, where lie lias just been nn a visit. Mr. Ncirtrm abo publishes in "Truth'' a lonji re port. on the tii'ld, in which lm ptrou^ly ad vises miners not to rush the place, as no rush is warranted. Tin* "no en; inf?r serves both the Kvnm...
FATAL ACCIDENT AT APPLEBY. MAN CRUSHED BETWEEN WAGGON AND POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
FATAL ACCIDENT AT ' APPLEBY. MAN CRUSHED 'HUTWHEN WAGGON AND POST. An accident, attended by fatal results, oc curred at Appleby, Tumwortli, on Friday Inst. The victim was Joseph Harold liarling, wlui wns crushed by a Waggon against a gate, and l>v which ho fovfeited his lilc. On Saturday morning, at thu Court House, Mr. 0. A. Kdwards, JJistriet Coroner, con ducted mi inquiry. liobci't Albert Hall deposed: I am a far mer, residing at Woodlmrn, (iidley. I have seen the dead body of Joseph Harold liar ling, who resided on u iann of his own, dis tant; about live miles from my place. The farm is a closer suttlement block. Yesterday 1 was in town, and on returning 1 met de ceased on the road. He was accompanied by n young man in illy employ, named .Mc'l.eod, who was taking deceased to Appleby Siding in a spring cart. Deceased was lying in the iHittom of the cart. 1 sooko to liini. He could only speak'in a very low tone. I said. "How did it happen'.'" and he said, "1 got jammed against ...
SPORTING NOTES. HORSE-RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911
SPORTING NOTES. HORSE-RACING. The victory of .Tolly Beggar In the Perth Cup on Wednesday makes the sixth occa sion on which Mr. P. A. Connolly has an nexed that important event during the last seven years. A sequence of successes by Blue Spec, Czarovitch, May King, Post Town, and Scorch was last year broken hy Loch Shiel, who accounted for this year's winner hy half a head. As Loch Shiel has since failed to show any form whatever, the defeat of Mr. Connolly's colt last'year; when he started at 2 to 1 favor ite, appears to have been somewhat fluky. uonma.inUulist. who was purchased speci ally to win this year's race, does not ap pear to have ever been dangerous. Flavinia, who was recently taken to West Australia, ran dead heat with Wliee larra for second place in, the Midland Han dicap at the AV.A.T.C. aunual meeting on Wednesday, the race being won by Corzil, who also annexed the ITighweight Handicap 011 the opening clay of the meeting. Corzil. who was bred in this State by Mr. H. S...