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Cohen's Team. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

I Cohen's Team. ; 1. ■ Doust, c Hyman, b -Leatliley-: 10 Evans. run out •. .... .. .. • 0 Senilall, c Robertson, b Leathley-....-... 12 Sexty, o Kortlang, b Robertson -.. .. 48 Steele, c Page, b Robertson .... .. ... 29 Raclcliam, c Thompson, b Condon-.. 10 Leak, c Fitzgerald, b Condon .. .. .. 0 ,Scolt, b.Kortlang ;*.... 18 P. Butler, c and b Leathley .. ..• 0 Cohen, not out in 13. Butler, o Robertson, b Thompson ..■ l Sundries ... .. .. ... .. ,, .. .35. Total .. .. ... •... v.- 169,

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - ANNUAL HEPOHT. TroHo, !onvS tavn0r A«ric,llt»re, Mr. nii.il report of the T, " ,esume of tho uii •"'■iiU',1 to Pavu' moM? ' T?,{t' ';cce"tlv pro ■'"'(I siitisfactarv \,ror"r'« W- lmvs stoady 'U tho llawki^hu v {',!* "'"'"".V directions. }'"> various Um» %ha%?^rnl Ci°1U":° undergoinga r."„, " st»<Sents have extendi,^ over ttra ' "thr™ >"strl"' aliout 150 others hiv.l I ^ • ° -ve!ire) -'tiici vtruetion at one o, Y.tl, sis months' in One lmiitlred tochers 1 ° 0 S(-,10°!s. fining ill rt, , ? ,, !,lsH received College, and over 'l<>) r H,,w[ivsl>iir.v ] '""I :i month's tru,,,,J")""- ,'u'rs jiavo i't'Oio s!i„„. t-',e winter; sent Iwoii of : '-v c,on'nion con-j ■l\ nrromnLht nn J"'.'1 ' tended t0 i.raA f,,7m r"? !s I,Cl"2 tho utmost m ,,, ,c, l, ,'? st,,,|™t-\ which theoretical at"|'^ction, '1 r'^iv<) of tJiat size' a* ln-st»'uctiou on Of school'.'l<'4»!"l',|i11.!!i1S\Sta,'tt'A " floss I ^ auco, Cowra cVift...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

CRICKET. A practice game of cricket was played on the local pitch on Saturday, between teams chosen by Cohen and Ilyman. The form er's side won by 114 runs. Scores:— Hyman's Team.- . T.eathley, b Steele • 6 Condon, b Steele ...... . . .-. .. .. 6 Page, b Sexty .. .. .. .. 1 Hyman, 1) Sexly •..• .2 Fitzgerald, c Butler, b St(jele 0 Smith, c Butler, b Steele ... .. ..v4 Kortlaug, I) Steele 3 Thompson, b Sexly .. .. .. .;l:l liobertson, c Lealc, b Sendall -v;;wv:'.. 38 Reinhard, c and b Evans I-., n Stevenson, not out .. „. 0 Sundries ... 8 Total .

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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TWO RAILWAY MEN KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

YWO RAILWAY MEN;KILLED,'-. | A double • fatality iiMCjsciirrod/ .< on Sunday morning about.,' !J.3(j|,iT o'clock; just * piist Bronclalbaiie, on i.:.tho main Southern railway line, whemJSat i rick Horan and Richard Flood met their ' deaths' under shocking circumstanecs. Both men were railway employees, Horan who Is aged 59, being a ganger, and Plpod,xaged 30, a laborer. The men lind, it seems, been attending a soelAl, and were returning to Breadalbane on a trleyclo when they were met by a special goods train and run over. The result ot tho collision was ghastly. The tricycle was smashed to pieoes, and the un fortunate men were so. horribly mutilated that it is doubtful whether the bodies could havo been iden(|fled but for the clothing. Flood's body was practically severed. Ho l-au's bead was .so awfully mangled that the features could not be recognised. Both men resided at Breadalbane. Tho accident occurred within a Bhort distance of Horan's home. Horan was p. widower wit...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA OUTBREAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

PLEUROPNEUMONIA OUTBREAK. \ I An outbreak of plemu-piiciiiiionia has been ' reported ill the Wuuga district by Stock-in spector l.yno. It appears that a number, of i cattle in a iucl> ot 700 Queenslanders sold | through tin; local yards is ailected. Mr. LyJie i lolllul that the cuttle, wbicJi were depastur-. 1 ed at nliindo\iey, had been divideu Into 'seven inobs, eiicli buini; placed in different | paddocks. The cnttlc v>ere thoroughly ovor nauled, hut the disease was only traceable J in one of the mobs. The affected beasts were at oneo destroyed, ^and tlio remainder aro beini; innoculatcd. It is over two months since t!io cattle were brought into tlio district, and it is ovident that tlio incubation of the disease germs lias extended oyer that period. About 2000 head of the same lot of cattle wei'o sent.to. Albury, and about »0 head of these also had to bo destroyed. Fortunately the .lot left at AVagga liavo not been allowed to come into contact with other cattle, and it is ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEENSLAND RAINFALLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

QUEENSLAND RAINFALLS. ] A wiro from Cairns on Saturday stated that rain poured In torrents all the previous night. The downpour was; accompanied by a strong breeze from the north-east. Heavy rain caused tli reo fresh- falls of.earth oir.thfr rail-., way line, ulonj; the .... Nine inches of rain Were recorded .011 Saturday night at Redlyneh, and 7.75 at Kamernnga State Nursery. The Mulgrave River rose six feet on Sat urday night, and is still rising.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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MINING FATALITY. VIRGINIA, Sunday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

MINING FATALITY. ~ VIRGINIA, Sunday Afternoon. Two Americans and six Italians wore kill ed at. Lickfork mine, near., Mntlewnn. A cable parted nnd five loaded cars shooting down an incline, clashed into the eai; In which' tlie men were ascending.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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LOS ANGELES, Sunday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

* ... LOS ANGELT3S; Sunday Afternoon. * Tloxsey, descending Irom ilnrlriE spiral j dips, essayed another feat and was twice | overturned by n vortex of treacherous air j currents, and plunged earthward, being crushed to death under his jnotor. j

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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Our Special Cablegrams. BY THE INDEPENDENT GABLE SERVICE THE TOLL OF THE AIR. NEW ORLEANS, Sunday, 10. a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

Our Special Cablegrams. BY THE INDEPENDENT GABLE SERVICE f ' THE TOLL OF THE AIR. L" NEW ORLEANS, Sunday, 10. a.m. J.Ioissant, with Uls machine overloaded. ; with petrol, ninety an attempt for th#" [ Mlchelln long • distance cup. 1-le' ascended"; t 200 feet.At Ilarahan, during preliminary | evolutions, lie met conflicting air currents'; ft and the machine behaved like a buoklag.i; horse. He w-as thrown from tho seat, and landed 30 feet from the shattered aeroplane S with a broken neck. i

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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TEN YEARS OF FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

TEN YEARS OF FEDERATION. Saturday completed the first 10 yenrs of Australian federation, ami in commenting. 011 the fact yesterday the Federal Attorney-. General, Mi'. Hughes, made the following re marks : "It is difficult," lie Iiegan, "to compress into u few lilies uuytliiu:; like ft criticism of the first decade of federation. But at-least it may be fairly said that federation lias certainly not failed in the chief object for which it was established X refer to the creation of a national sentiment: , .Nothing is more to be remarked than .the 'fundamen tal change In public opinion 011 this ques tion. Provincialism,'.rampant In 190p, ex cept in regard to lip service nationalism, has now died out, save with the. few. Ten years ago men spoke and thought of them selves ub VlctorianB, New South'Welshmen," Queenslanders, §outh Australians, Western Australians, *nd Tasmanlans, and rarely If ever as Australians. To-day there exists •a volume of healthy Australian sentiment. The Judgment o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

"Her system wns wasted by Anaeini«> lmt NEMIA TONIC brought her .baclc to beaUfe51*. \ w All run down, easily x'.iied, nerv ous? And do not know what to take ? Tiien go direct to yotfr doctor. Ask his opinion of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. > It con tains no cilcoliol, no stimulation, and is a blood purifier, a nerve tonic, a strong alterative, aw aid to digestio?i. i Ask your doctor ab6ut Ayer's non-alcoholic Sar saparilla as a strong tonic for the weak. . , Ayer's Sarsaparilla I —~ - . I Pr«p*rld by Dr. J. C. Aydr k C?., : "mi., U.S.A. Just the Piano Tor the cottage home; 'fine tone,= g'ood touc&v and excellent value/ 1 The' Paling Piano is fit ted with 3 pedals. Old Pianos t&Kan in exchange. Calk>o|{au trmm Sold Sellers Paling"s 338 Georgo St. 60 Sydney 8k .Mwajw;» Notice ANY PERSONS found SHOOTING, SNARING or otherwise trespassing in any of my paddocks will be prosecuted. KEITH GILL, Noonby. Waggons, Drays, Spring Carts. HAVING a well seasoned stock of felloes a...

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THE LAST DESCENDANT OF COLUMBUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

THE LAST DESCENDANT OF COLUMBUS. 'rtiore recently, (Ilea in Madrid the ,Duke of Veragua, the last descendant of Chris topher Columbus. He was known in Spi^in as the Admiral of the Indies, a tijile which had descended to him from his Illustrious ancestor. He possessed all the titles that a Spanish nobleman could hold. He was a man of ability, and had served his country in many ways. His tastes were simple and' he was noted for his courtesy and liberality. The peasants-about, his domains, it might almost be said, worshipped their feudal lord, and for miles around he knew the rustics by name. He was the greatest breeder of bulls in Spain. ' ■

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MELBOURNE RACES. (By Wire.) MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

MELBOURNE RACES. (By Wire.) A'tfJLBOURNTC, Monday. Hurdles.—Royal 'Fleet 1; Silverv Port 2, Corntax 3. Steeplechase.—37igel 1, Charlmagne 2, Southerly 3. criterion Hoiydlcap.—Stabbs 1, Cartaway 2, Stvano 8. Welter Harrfacap.—Barm 1, Prince Graf ton 2, Aurolfjf'mia 3. Bagot Handicap.—Iliad 1, Prizefighter 2, Bolnn 3. Betting: . 3 to 1 Prizefighter, 8 to X Iliad and Bolan,.. io to-20 others. ThlstleV/J-ook did most of' the Tunning, leading 1'rfto the straight. Bolan, Tlald and PrizefiRh-'ier coming strongly. At tile half distance^ iiaid appeared to cross Prize fighter. and a good finish ended in Iliad winnirte bv three-quarters of a length away. Boran;, hei'ng third. Time: 2min. 25%secs. A protest was made, but dismissed.

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BRISBANE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

BRISBANE &ACES. Tlio Iirisliane r.i"os lu-ld to-day, resulted:' AVoltor-i Hniulfrai): Suspension, Huellnn, I.iii'd Hadon. QocdwcnU H atul lean: jloou-. sliino Lady 01^.1, 'Lord Xe!:;m.'' ' Mid summer Handicap: Porrari .leivell, mid Palm dead lieut for first1 'nliclf'f Problem nns third. Two-Year Huhdican itfT^tisavine, Kn linnt, Oova .Qiicoii. Hl^lnveiVllt Handicap:', i''irl;lo Lad, Miss Ayr, Twister.— •'' •*

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COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY WEATHER BUREAU, SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

'COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY WEATHER BUREAU, SYDNEY , "New South , Wales weather conditions dur I In g the week ended 9 am. Friday (30-12-10). I Since last Saturday scattered light to mod iterate .rainfall, associated in parts with thuu [ der, lias been recorded in^ north-eastern and (coastal and highland districts, also an isolat ed heavy amount at Millio, where Hi) j>oints worn received.Tenterfield had 73 ^points, Boomi 72, Glen Innes 52, Armidulo 47, Gun ning 45, Mun;;indi 42, Gloucester -10, Kiama 39, Jervis Bay 30. Kunopin. and OrookwoU, cacli 3D. and Paterson 30; the remainder were all less than 30 points. The weather generally during the period lias been rather dry, with squally West to southerly winds, due to the passage over the State of portions ol' an extensive Antarctic low T>ressurx> wave. The force of tJio winds' over various parts reached that of gales. At Sydney tlio greatest. velocity at tail tod on Tuesday w\\s 043 miles lier hour at 10 p.m., from south. No r...

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DROPPED DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

DROPPED DEAD. Mrs. A. W. Harry, the wifo of a woli known Itandwirii trainer, dronned dead whalo proceeding to tho llniulwtrk races to-day.

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KING BILLY. CROWNED AT BREWARRINA. BREWARRINA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

KING BILLY. CROWNED AT BREWARRINA. BREWARRINA, Thursday. A' very interesting cereinony took place at the Bre'warrina Aborigine Mission Sta tion on "Monday last. Billy M'Cann, aged 70, a full-blooded aborigine, was crowned king of the Barwon blacks before an audi ence of about 200 persons, composed for the mo3t part of aborigines, with their gins and picanninles. Immediately after the coronatfon King Billy was presented with knives, tobacco and many other articles dear to the aborigine. The newly-crowned King afterwards took part in the ''Old JJen's Race," securing ,a very good second. Dur ing the afternoon, sports were' held, and thoroughly enjoyed by young and' old. In the evening a concert was held in the school, when Mr. Scott, the manager, gave a gramaphone recital, assisted by several I residents of the . station,, who sang and re cited. At the termination of the day's pro ceedings'three hearty cheers were given for the King,' afterwards followed by three for ■ 1 King Billy. Th...

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VICTORIAN BUSINESS BOOMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

VICTORIAN BUSINESS BOOMING. The year which closed on Saturday was in most branches or the distributing busi ness in Melbourne, ? period of unbroken activity, atul It Is expected that when a bal ance is struck results of a very gratifying character will be disclosed. It is safe to assert that the turnover will prove consider ably in excess of_.thnt of the immediately antecedent twelve "months, and in some cr.ses the increase represents not less than ">0 per cent.

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. Prescott, Limited, report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

MARKET RF/PORTS. TAMWfVliTH. Preseott, Limited, i'tport:— Jjntter.—J he pncoy ol' choicest butter was reduced to 90/ on M'ediie*d;i.v, but outsidr» local business there /'has not been much salo for lnrge parcels, 'Cno quality of this, week's arrivals snows thi* effects of hot-, weather, and interrupted deliveries, Production con tinues to increase, and is now estimated at 26,000 boxes per-'ween. • Melbourne.—'Vno local market is quiet, oporations beiiVjr only from hand to mouth. Quotations ar«, unchanged from last week, but lower prices are anticipated. Arrivals for the week er^ting December 23 were 33,084 boxes buttor.ij nnd 100 tons of cream. Brisbane..-'-Tlio mnrkot was reduccd to 90/ on Wednesday, and Bliice, there hata been a little more buying for London, Last week's productlcj, ig estimated at 14,428 boxes'. LondoijThe holidays have interfered with liua.noss. Thorn is mi easier feeling in tho ma/Ket, and prices arc nominally un changed.. It is hopfcd that thore will be an imp...

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MEEGHAN DEFEATS BRONSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 3 January 1911

M EEGHAf^/ DEFEATS BRONSON. I Hugh Meeglian dofended the Australian lightweight championship against Ray Bron son, of America, at the Stadium to-night. Bronson seempd weak from overtraining, while'Meeghan "was-superior throughout and repeatedly, had. Biorison In difficulties. The latter showed clever ring tnctics, and avoid ed the knockout. Meeghan won on points in 20 rounds. ■

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