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SPORTING NOTES. BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

SPORPWC NOTES. 7JOXING. "Ovclone" Jolrniiy Thompson met Jerry •Toroine nt lii'isV ano on Monday Jast, in th0 pl-oflelion of tf.iree thousand spectator. Thompson's in- fip;htint: and short punches to the body inlcl »;hest nonplussed the aborigine who went <Wnvn breathless in the third round, anil, Vras counted out. Mr. Hu'ijh Mcintosh (who is at present in London) st/ ites that Hill I.nnii, the Australian champion,' will fijrlib Petty Officer Curran on January hfi, and Sam Laiigford, at Olympia, probably' on February 15. Tlio lattor match is for a./ jntrfle of £3-500. Tile-'fmnl lients of the Gaiety Hall's toiirna merit/.werd witnessed by a lar^e crowd on Sat/jfday night. Kesultg:— ' •>. I'ft the lOst 711) division, W. Daler (f.st OMV) bent' Lane (lOst 21b) on points in 10 r^j/anris. , Tlie flf,t division wont to n youngster nam . ed Smith (snid to bo a nenhew of that onco well-known boxer, Dinriey Moloney), who beat Pinktm—a man fully a stone heavier— !in every round o...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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MR. CHURCHILL. STUDY IN PERSONALITIES, The Home Secretary, in a speech at Lambeth, said:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

MR. CHURCHILL. STUDY IN PERSONALITIES, The Homo Secretary, in a smooch at Lam beth. said-:— <*■ " ■ * I Mr. JJalfour is an amiable dilettante philo i sophur \vh» 's content to br^od noronely and r.edAt-'ly over the perversity of the world which lie no longer attempts effectively to mfhienee. Mr. Aus-ton Chain berluin is 'a very honorable ajid 'admirable voun^ gentleman, but aft'ir all, with all his fnuHa. I woulvT rather have ''old .foe." (Laughter.) I would Inhvavs- rather have the man himself than a wooden' efik'v, even though he is made up /to look the part—(laughter)—and has learnt by he»rL« to s^cak th<-. same yntter. j 'And then there i:> Mr. K. K. Smith, ((▼rn.v's). He was terribly shocked hv the wicked lanirua^ of Mr, Lloyd-George— (laughter)—because Mr. Lloyd-George reveal ed to him heights to which lie was confident he could never attain. He lias been running about eve hmico endeavouring to snv tfoinirs which he hd'eves will Ik? ax effective for hi...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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EARTH AS SEEN FROM THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

EARTH AS SEEN FROM THE MOON. M. Camille Fiammarioi), the astronomer, discusses the aspect of the terrestrial globe to an imaginary spectator in the moon in the "New York Herald" (Paris' edition). "The geographical configuration of our planet could not be distinguished," M. Flam marion says, "because, unlike Mars, or even the moon, it does not always have a clear sky." M. Flammarlon shows that, seen as it is, the terrestrial globe suspended in the ever dark lunar sky, studded with stars by day as by night, may to the possible Inhabi | tants of the moon be as celestial clock placed there by nature to enable them to have a perpetual timekeeper and io regu late their calendar. "Seen from the centre of the lunar hemisphere, which is known to us." he says, "the terrestrial planet hangs like a ball ready to fall from the heavens. The diameter of this ball is nearly four times greater than that of the full moon as we see it, and with a surface fourteen times more extensive and more luminous...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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WEE WAA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

WEE V.'AA. i Mrs. Harry Taylor. of Vino Waa, r.dmin | isf'»rcd n dose of ovo drop? to lu»r two-y«?:ir | old d-uvOvtw in roistn^o for crviy*h imxiurt*. j At th<» uujunt, a verdict of accidental death | was returned. \

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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THE NEW INSPECTOR-GENERAL THE DAYS OF ANGEL AND THURSTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

THE NEW INSPECTOR-GENER AL ! THE DAYS OP ANGEL AND THURSTON. Tlve appointment of Supt. Day as In epect or-Goneral of Police, is one that meet 3 with the universal approval ot ranlc and .file of the police force and the general pub'/ic. The j new Superintendent, who is a Cp.tnliridge scholar,, came to this State In Not. finding the employment he sought, he joined the ,police force as constable, In: order to i bide his time.: He was sent tn Gulgong, | and serving a few months uncter Sub-In specto Carter, he was on the p.oint of re signing, when an incident came, into his life I which altered all Ills plans frjr the future. About August of that year tvra men named Thurston and Angel escaped from the Coon amble lock-up after murdering a warder nnd took to the bush. Thr.-y went to Mud gee district, and for some t/.me evaded cap ture. Constable Day was one of those who »"e sent to run them ckown. One Satur day night,v about a month, later, from infor ■ation alleged to have lyeen received ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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GLEN INNES. SAVED BY A DOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

GLEX INX1CS. SAVED l!Y A DOG. j On the 10th instant, three sons of Mr. W. Parker, of Newton Nryd, went to the ; Hoiirv lliver. The two older boys wont nt 1 for a huthe, leaving the littlo thrce-ycur-olil boy with a coolie dog. Without any warning j i a ^reat «»nir*o hawk, measuring. 0 to 8 foot | from tip to tip of tlic win^s, swooixwl down | on tl,o ohild with talons ready hooked, It hit the hoy on the huad. and returned with the evident intrntum of taking him off. \v^«?w the dog into t<ho air and t tin* hird bv the dnw<. TIip hoy's a/reams brought tho brothers hastily on tho F:*eno. hut st-Vks and stones had no effect o« the monster. and the eldest hoy hastily dressing rushed to tho 1 house for the gun. hut when ho ».V>t b*iek tho entcle was soaring away over tK» rivor. Hut ' for tho plucUv action of the do«' tho ehiM I would most likely have been carried

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GUYRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

GUYItA. At Mv. T. X. R:\e's rcrmlenr'c, "Kocvnl byn," on Y/ednes'doy ovenimr. at p.m.. the ir»rri'Mr0 <»f Mr. R. C. McKay, C'oouamblo, and Miss Funny R,ic was soleintiiacd in tho | nrcscnco of a iar^o number <»f frends, tlio ; Uov. AW H. UrtulW •'orfcrnunf the c»mo- i monv. Tho h~:de. who was droKs;xl in white j crystalline.* tin'mmcd with not and ajirliv(ue, ftml wove the custoimrv wreath ami veil, was piven nw;iv In' her .father. ^f.r. Stani'V Hji'.r 1 s'ft-rd :is best num. and !Vlijs Ma- Rao aa bridesmaid. The hnppv couple left bv tlio p:Ls.«»njf«»r train for the metropolis, where i the honeymoon will bo Rp^r.t. j

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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NOTES. THE CRICKET TEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

NOTES. THR CRICKET TOST. The South Africans have justified the re- | mttttlon that preceded them, und whether j ui<;y win the second Test match or not, It ; ho. admitted that their first innings' j r.iy'fnrmnnc^ stamps them as worthy to i-i-op* blades R-irh the Australians for the •mythical usher-. Tn the first Teat match the '-'m ingboks had anything but good luck, for '•::on rain fell, after the Australians had ■ ■ nplled. a bis score, the whole aspect of gamo, from the visitors' point of view, *"as changed. The task sot them was no "".ay one to accomplish under fair condi ':ons, but with the \vlcket bearing the ef forts of rain, they were battling against ^ilils burdensome enough to make any bat ting combination fairly easy quarry for express bowlers. The second Test finds the Africans more favorably circumstanced, and ihftt, they have appreciated the improved conditions is marked by the figures'.on the Igcof-e board. They have exceeded the first inuingp' score of the ...

Publication Title: Tamworth Daily Observer, The
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LECTURE AT YARRIE LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

LKCTRtK AT YAHUIE T.AKli, | Mr. W. U. Fry, Invwetor of Agriculture, delivered :i lantern lecture on aizrieiiltuni . ' .subjects at tile ivsidwicc of Mr. 1'. 0. Ison. • Ynvrie Iiiiko, mi Saturday evening, under Hin ! ntiFmccs of the local Progress Association, i | .Mr. Kry'.s remarks *fre listened to with I preat •>.11ent i11. Tlu> lecturer considered tho-.i Birnli iaiul-i of th'.'v (list-rift cuial. if not «jM ponov, to tho famous Coolanum anil GrenfeU tends ant! ottotod tfuures to support his con Unliotw He considered fallowing neccwuy to yet the luwt results in hot distrioks, as* tho hcaw, though patcVhv, rainfall is thereby , ] conserved. H.v' thru dealt with the molt, suitable varieties of si\xl, and f.ave valuable* ! ■ hint;* on tlu* making of e-nsilsu.^. i I,'Green fodder, frnit, and vegetables were! | dealt with in their turn, and at the crmelus- \ ion Mr. Fry answered soir.o forty question*. |

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THE OLD AND THE NEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

THE OLD AND TIIB NEW. In tlio good old days, in grandpa's m'imo, vised to work startlinu eluimres in tlio hours between 12 p.m. on -Yew Year's Kve and tbo early Now Your mora. To find your D6tjf\il cob painted a hideous color whs a common incident, while Ula substitution of an undertaker's sign for your own wns dis tressing, particularly if you followed tihe p^a^eful calling of a bootmaker, or such like, Hid it. was. your pleasure to attend to t)tp. MrQments of your clients' soles, while >llr declining to deal with other soulful tern, however important. Those were '-"djen a man felt hard things, hut the ftob^nson repressed tJie utlrrtmc<<' ' R'-Jt -11i^ lips. And now it in ill) ,i: Whore before u .jovial spirit would .• youv milking unimal over a cliff, . jiirisfor your front utile to the roof of / nel£fh1>QUj-'s .Towl-house, lliere now exists /arfloetinf; semblance of tlio old order. ,• surreptitious blowing of a penny whistle, '/Hie:Jndlor6u» imitntion ...

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INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. NARRABRI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

INTER-DISTPICT NEWS. * .-or* NAlIKAimi." IA very largo number ot pcoplu froiil' the north-west spoilt their holdays in Sydney. It is likely that a record number will tftko part in tho b:illot lor tho Tibhereenah Clos or Settlement areas. Some complain that the capital values are too hiijh. Anyway, the i luckv ones have ttS years to pay off their ! liabilities. i Mr. P. J. 'iliorley, who was » readout of Xarruhri for ninny ywirs, and recently of j Lightning Uid^o, died at tho residents of | Mrs. K. \Y;tU. of 171 Oxfonl-strect. Padding | ton, on Tuesday. December 20. f The nmter of the erection of tho now Oddfellows' Hall Inn been deterred for months. The committee appointed to deal with Ihu r.ole'jtion e<{' a s'tw recommended duo at the rear"of Thurhnv's Hc.ttd, This wnn • onsidored .unsatisfactory hy a majority of 1 members, hence the matter being liung up I W the time stated. j Poultry was fairly cheap this vein* at the local KarmoiV t'nion, and also plentiful. '\7\&...

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AUCTIONEERS AND EARLY CLOSING. NOMINAL FINES INFLICTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

AUCTIONEERS AND EARLY CLOSING, . nominal' fines inflicted. At the Dublio Court last week before Mr. t;. 13, Oslear, P.M., tlio cases regarding sell ing In auction mprts on ha'f-holldays came up. • Joseph Field was chargod with keeping his. shop open, to wit, an auction mart, on a Wednesday afternoon, and with selling fur niture and effects hy auction. The epitome of the Early Closing Acts, unoor which the information was brought, is of Interest:—"Auctioneers who soil furni ture or other goods arc* shopkeepers, and auction mart Is a shop. Auctioneers of real estnte. stno'vnnd the like do not come tt-ilhln ,t!in movisfons of the Act," Mr. Field allied that Ills Worship should p:ve a rnllns as to whether they could sell • n-"!* of other persons brought Into the mirt for the sale. The present case was a (Verity one. but fhfl auctioneer wished for a f'lroot'on. > Mr. 0-i)enr srt'il defendant could sell In a nr'vate lio'ise. but ho could not sell furni ture In the i""rt.on a Wednesday ...

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COONOO COONOO CREEK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

COONOO COONOO CREEK NEWS. (I'rum uu. Jurrospon'dent.) Timbumburi School,—Mr. Acheson, the contractor ol" tho local scliopl, finished the won: last weolc. Tliu "buildim; is creditably done and admirably adds to the homely ap pearance of its na>^hbourhopd. Wo exjxsct our school to be oponed sit the ei!d of Uhrist nias vacation. . A Treat.—Our Church of England congre gation was von,' pleased with the violin music on Now Year's Way, which was. ablv supplied by Miss Wobb, of GconOo Goonoo. We will be glad to have her with us regularly. picnic.—Our Christmas holidays have been passing off very quietly, but the monotony was pleasantly broken on the 2nd instant1 by an enjoyable' picnic on Air. Ncsbit'is farm From there the pleasure-seekers wont to Mr. H.' Socomb's house at sunset for a few hours' of social enjoyment, ' r Farmers'' Meeting.—Mr. A, J. Brid^o is holding a nicotian for new settlors ii~ his residence on 10th Inst. Tho object is to get a collective appeal for Government aid t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

Po vnn W'1'0 with ' a languid feoliiif;? SV',\<l'A Tr>vlf' will b'.'.i'ish weariness from /our =yatem.*

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AUSTRALIA'S SECOND INNINGS. HILL OUT FIRST BALL. SHERWELL WICKET KEEPS BRILLIANTLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

AUSTRALIA'S SKCOXD IXXIXGS. hiul out first ball. siierwell wicket keeps brilliantly. | TnuiiiX'i- and linrdslry opened tile second inning.-.. Nourse and hrlir.inn bowling. A; ~7 l;arc!sley mijsed "Si'luvarss und lost Ills wicket, cJ.itn.eli bavin;; tlio bails oil liuo lujiitiiuit;. liiil niU d the.vacancy, and walked out to bang the* first ball Iroin Schwnrz. but the £ou;:lev beat him, and shattered his stumj ii)i:i(lsb tsreat cheering. | Gums lonowed, and tile half-con tury was posted ill 13 minutes, Llewellyn relieving Sno'jke. jiotli batsmen were playing cure fully. Trumper registered 01) against his nnmo within an liour. At 8i) Cielus was clevcrly stumped by Sherweil, Schwarz'. average beinv; 3 for 2$. Macartney filled the vacancy, but again failed, skying a ball from Llewellyn behind the wickets, was easily caught by Snooke. Ransfnrd joined Trunper, and the century appeared after 7-i minutes' batting. Peeler and Schwarz again took charge of tile bowl ing, but Trumper continued'...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. ' VITAL STATISTICS. liie vital statistics for Tamworth for. t-ho quarter ending December !U, aro:—Uirtlia, 124, mal&s (55, females o9; deaths, 39, males «-3, feinal|*8 1(3; marriages, 2^. #i

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SCOTTISH MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

SCOTTISH MARRIAGES. Dr. Poarson;Muir, Moderator of the • Gen eral Assembly of tUe Church ot Scotland,. pjiviiifr • eVidenpo before the Divorce Commis sion,, said the, idea that.in Scotland marriage was more lightly esteemed than elsewhere was in fiat contradiction to. all liis observa tions. Irregulnr marriages—marriages with out tho benediction of the Church—were not regarded with general approval. The fact that in Scotland the mere ac knowledfjment of each other before witnesses its man and wife constituted a legal union imulo it remarkable that such marriages wore i.-wixlinnlv /uncommon Ho was inclined to think that the recognition of such marriages, contrary to what might be supposed, was an evidence of the reverence with which mar riage was regarded.

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

SUMMARY. A new scJiool'has been erected at Tim bum bUri Creek, and it is expected it will ~b» opened after the Christmas vacatuon. A meeting of the new settlers is to t&k« place'at the residence of Mr. A. J, (Bridge, Goonbo Goonoo Creek, on llilli instant, witu^ the object of discussing tl'ie best means of placing before tho Minister tlioir claims tot postponement of the instalment duo in JUnie next. This action is found necessary on aficolint of the ravages done by the disastrous i'rost. • : i A large number of applicants are BXpwJt" ! cd to apply f°r settlement lease farms at t Tibbereemaii, near Narrabri. I ..At the dinner hour adjournment Tester- | Oay, the Springboks hud increased their to tal to 439 for G iwlcfcets. Faulkner scored \ 201. . j " Otfia Spit to Manly tramway extension Will ' be opened on Alondav next. The louiiu. trip 1 will be a-favorite tour during the- summer months* j • More street and building ]mpr°vemGnti* j were dealt with by the City Council in IS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

== thss is tjto© , Time ofVth© Year To look to your CUTLERY NEEDS; and smart en up the table. . Wo have just opened up a number of special line:! in Tiilile and "Dessert Knives; they are beauti fully made, whiie the quality more.than satisfies— ^that's the kiiul tlmt brings the trade here. ' Wn are also offering lor the Christmas Trade, some excellent Triple-plated Teal, Dessct, Table Spoor.1:, and Forks, which we guarantee to keep their color, or money refunded. WE CORDIALLY INVITE A .VISIT 0? INSPECTION. 1'pol Street, TAMWORTH. Tlie SMrt Hoiisel Shirts that, lit mid wear at prices to suit nil pockots. Our Colored Shirt with stiff cuffs and neckband, all the- newest stripes, at'Is 6d, cannot bobcat.. - . A bi^' rnn^e at other prices from 2s Gil to 14s 9il. THE NOKBY OUTFITTER, J;..W;.ROGERS,. •"Where Men 'Dross Better,'' Peel-street, Tamworth. fief Goed Prlees For yop? W&GL1 Our experts jjive small lo'.s and l.irje lots the same carefiil, Xo sale is iiir.de unless full valu...

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Tamworth Daily Observer WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1911. STRALIA'S DEFENCE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 4 January 1911

|e Tamworth Daily Observer WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1911. STRALIA'S DEFENCE SCHEME. Clio Now Defence Act. I hough nominally oi'co, will take some time before its real cts r.io shown in (ho training of our son force?. Tlio sentiment which gave h to a national ambition lor compulsory | itary tmilling hat. nol been long in evolV aml it cannot be forgotten that geo- ' [>!iical circumstances have helped largely ards this end. Whiio lj. ;.u i,;irr of that, plie, which has successfully maintained j ascendant in the nice for supremacy by rival powers, it ha:; hitherto been this ntry's lot to regard Its safety as one of .richest possessions tinder the aegis of ; t'sli rule, am!, conditions had never ai'is- | to change this feeling of security. How- ; ir, events which have transpired within : last decade, not only had ih« effccl of itiring into activity national desire for ire .cio3cr means of defence, but qulck -otiiimrin has made us; look in -itlier eciions, to wuere there an. s'gns of ah r...

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