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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
5c!dotn do we advertise our Men's Fais in ihcsc colunlirts. There is absolutely no need tc—the,.demand. Jtfeping: right up to our supply,- .--.'.i.ia.r But to-day we make an exception, : In fact we IViUST tell you ot the splendid values' we ate offering ta our FtLT AND STRAW HATS. Gash buying has done it. • Manufacturers will do almost anything—any discounts in order tc hancle Cash cn the r.ail, and acling on this fact we offered the ready money fcr a huge parcel of Hat Stock' that we knew .a manu facturer had on his hands. r ' ' 1,; Here's the result—r.o need to talk fui;tl;,ei — Jhcsc, Hat values should strongly appeal to ycur bus'r.ess acumcn.'t,,.,. .y,% Men's Frame Felt Hats, in Slate, Cuba and Drab :hade, tctr.d edges, 5s 6d. Men's Felt Hats, in Lcur.ge or Alpine jhap^.Vj ith .boyr.d edges,in Sage, I\y and Drab shades, 5s J Id. M Men's Lounge Felt Hats, bound or unbound edges, in Cuba, Drab, Laguna, Reseda, Ivy and Sage, 8s 1 Id, ?s, 6d,-,)0s 6d. The New Lounge Felt, Drab with...
SHIRE ELECTIONS. SEE NOMINATIONS. Nominations for the Peel and Cockburn Shire elections closed yesterday. The nominations are:- PEEL SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
SHIRE ELECTIONS, SEE NOMINATIONS. Nominations for the Peel and Cockbnrn Shire elections closed yesterday. The nomin ations are:— PEEL SHIRE COUNCIL. A Riding, Thou. Phillips, PiallEiway; David Orman, Bective; Wm. Smith, Currabubula. B Riding, W. J. Peek, Gldley; Seth. Forge, Oxley; George Bielefeld, Duri; Wm. Evans,1 Gidley. C Riding, W. G. Chaffey, Nemingha; A. B. Smith, Duri,- Geo. H. Dunn, Calala.
POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5/1911. (Before Mr. O. A. Edwards, P.M.). [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
POLICE COURT. ''-THURSDAY, JANUARY 5/1911. (Before Mr. 0. A'. Edwards, P.M.). Thus, Curtwright mid Micliael Hogau were charged wltii stealing in company one suit of clothes, value, £2/12/6, on December 10 liUt. ' Mr. A. J. Creagh appeared for accused, who were arrested in Annulate and remand ed to Tainvrortli. The depositions taken at A'rmidaJv were then read over. 'Va$. f^ong, a groom at the Tamwortli. Hotel, deposed that ho occupied a room in tiro hotel. ' Ou the 10th of last month lie had certain clothes which he missed on the 11th. Theso Here a coat, trousers, and vest, shirt, | collar, and tie. and watch. These were kept in the hotel stable, just inside the door. 3rue clothes, coal, vest, and trousers, pro duced lie identified as his property. They were the clothes he missed from the stable. He valued them now at £!?/12/6. *'lhe P.M. :lf they . cost you. that new, what do you value them at- nowP About i'i/10! Mr. I rehgh: He allows nothing for wear and tear. HoWinrr un the c0at...
PLUCKY RESCUE. SYDNEY, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
T PLUCKY RESCUE. I * SYDNEY, Thursday Niglit. I Agnes Montgomery, ap,ed 33, was seen standing on the ferry wharf at Balmain this morning with a baby in her arms, A few seconds later' she was observed struggling in the water with the Infant. A man nam ed Aurisch. pluckily jumped in and hold both up until rescued. The baby, who is only a few weeks old. Is- not expected to recover. The mother is in a semi-cotiscious state, and is quite unable to give any ac count of the occurence.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. February 3 is tlio date of next regular monthly visit to Tamworth of GIBB & BEEMAN, LTD.. the well-known Opticians of 6 Hunter-street, 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 ua. One of the principals personally visits Tam worth (Ohas. Qibb, late principal of Charles Gibb and Co., and J. W. Beeman, late Man ager and Sight Specialist for H. A. Barra I'lough), who have been visiting this town for some years, are the principals, so clients can rely on the most expert Bye service in con sulting us. Next visit: Friday, February 3. A GREAT LAW SUIT DECIDED. The Supreme Court, the People, have &lt;lo- j cided that Dr. Sheldon's New Discoverv wins . against Coughs and Colds. Pricp. Is 6d anil ' 3s. Obtainable at all stores, and Pullman's, Pharmacy.*
SPORTING NOTES. HORSERACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
SPORTING NOTES. HORSERACING. The Lochlel horse. Great Scott, was tak en to the December sales at Newmarket (ftng.) last month, in order that breeders' should have a chance of seeing, him without having to go out o£ their way. Pink 'Un has again been put into work in Melbourne. A little time ago D. Price (his owner) was very doubtful as to whether it woiild be worth while attempting to put ! him through another operation. J 71 in expected by many London critics j that the Sydney lad, W. Huxley, will prove 1 hiljiself one or the best light-weight appren tices in England next season. As generally Known, he is attached ■ to R. Wooton's stable. ■ The Summer meeting of the Inveroll .lockey Club is fixed for January 11 and 12, when £200 will be distributed In prize money. Nominations for the New Year's Gift and lnverell J.C. Handicap closed with the secretary, Mr. A. Bloore last Wednes day. For all other events entries close on the lOlh Inst. Boabdle II, the Victorian bred horse, won the D...
COCKBURN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
COCKBURN SHIRE COUNCIL. A Riding, Reg. Johnston, A. T. Rodgers, and Win. Walker. B Riding, P. 0. Murray. C. Riding, Thos. Heaiery, Daniel Malier, and W. A. Wilson. There being only one nomination for B riding, the Governor will have to appoint a1 councillor for that riding. , Nominations for both shires will be of ficially declared at the shire office at noon to-day.
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
BOXING. I After an interesting contest of 20 rounds, ("Snowy" Malone (.Tasmania), beat Charlie ! Murphy • (Winto), at Townsville, for the i heavy-weight championship of North Queensland. The light-weights Geo. Collier (Pyrmont), and Tim Richards ("Ultimo), will meet at the Gaiety on Saturday night. The one-time great little boxer Ned Mur I»hy, now only 25 years of age, intends coming back to the game once more, and will meet any second-rate light-weight in Sydney; or will journey to Queensland, Tas mania, .or New Zealand, and face "the best of-them" in any-of the places mentioned. Arthur Cripps says he will box Smith or Papke for £50 aside; weigh in middle weight limit. Larry Gaffney states he has been match ed to box Peter Cook, who recently fought a draw with Tommy Jones at Bundaberg. He feels well and is conildent he can win. The. fight is to take" place on the 14th inst., at Cessnock. , Next. Tuesday night's battle at the Gaiety will be between George Unholz (Rudie's ! brother) ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
CRICKET.* "Four trophies were presented lor com petition to. Tasmanlans by Mr. E. E. Gvant, an old Tasraanlan residing in Syd ney. One was for the highest individual score; one for the best batting; one for the best bowling in the match; and one for the most deserving field; no player to take more than one trophy, and Mr. R. Hawson to, decide the matter, if neces sary. The batting trophies fall to J. Hud son and K. Eltham, bowling to D. Patou, and the fielding to II. Parkinson. South Avistralia has beaten New South i Wales in the last three matches, but New South Wales has beaten South Australia ; in 15 out o£ the last 19. When the South Africans were at Ben digo, the Mayor entertained them at lun cheon. Mr. P. W. Sherwell, in respond ing to the team's health, said ho did not wish to reflect upon anyone, but could not refrain from saying, that better cric ket might be expected at' places like Bendigo ■ and Newcastle. Though Doth cities were only three or four hours by rail from the ...
INDIAN TEAM FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
INDIAN TEAM FOR ENGLAND? Interest in the forthcoming visit of the I; Indian cricket team to England-Increases ; as the time draws near for the trial ,, matches in Bombay, preparatory to the |; selection of the team. It has been de- t cided to play a series, of trial games in February, and already the •■.selection ' commlttce' are busy in picking out the ' men who are to take part in these "pre- i llminary canters." I It would be a" capital idea If arrangements could be made lo get together a team con-. : sibling purely of English amateurs and 1 professionals now in India to meet tile pro bable Indian team for England. There are half-a-dozen English professionals at pre:. ; sent in India, three of them coaching the Maharajah of Patiala's team, and.' the' ; others at Kathiawar, and with so many well-known English amateurs at Bombay and Poona it would not be difllclilt to bring :: about such a game. It is yet doubtful whether II.H. the Jam Sahib will he able to undertake the trip. It w...
SPAIN AND PORTUGAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
SPAIN AND PORTUGAL. The annexation of Portugal by Spain Is far more probable than the restoration of monarchy, is the oHlclal opinion founded on private advices. Spanish troops arc massing on the Portugese frontier. Cannle .fas apparently considers the seizure of Portugal will awaken British patriotism, and check the republican wave which has arisen since the adoption of the anti-Clerical Po licy.'
MAITLAND DROWNING CASE. COMMENTS BY THE CORONER. WEST MAITLAND Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
MAITLAND DROWNING CASE. COMMENTS BY THE CORONER. WEST MAITLAND Thursday Night. At the inquest on Patrick Joseph Fltz Patrick, 12 years and !) months old, who was accidentally drowned while bathing in Wallis Creok, the Coroner (Mr. J. McKen zie) made some strong .comments on the action of two men who were called to ren der assistance to ihe lad, but who did not do so. They saw two of the deceased's companions making ineffectual attempts to rescue the drowning lad, and did not offer any assistance. The Coroner said that the ccni'uct of the men was heartless in the extreme, and they would have to answer to their consciences. It was a wondefr they did not make some effort to save the hoy; they could tell the other hoys to save htm, but made no effort, to assist them.
MARKET REPORTS. NEWCASTLE FAT STOCK SALES. Hawkins, Limited (successors to Waddell and Co.) report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
MARKET REPORTS. NEWCASTLE FAT STOCK SALES. Hawkins, Limited (successors to AYaddell and Co.) report:— ■ ... , , ' ..Fat Cattle.—Light supplies yarded to • n good attendance of the trade. Competition was keen, nud prices higher, all round; No heavy cattlo forward. •AVe sold: T. H. Fleming's steers £7/5; ! Knight's heifers "to £5/4, voalers £2/10; | O'ltourke'a light steal's £5/15, vealers £2/ ' 11, heifers" £5/4; H. Dunstor's ateers' to £7/ ' 2- ' | Fat Sheep.—Light supply penned, to a | good muster of buyers, who competed keenlv i for all qualities, with the result that tlie market was muclj dearer. We sold: J. Gray's crossbred hoggets 13/. merino ewes 10/11; J.. F. Perfrement's me rino wetihers liy5. January 4, 1911,
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of East Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 6 January 1911
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OP ENGLAND. Parish of East Tamvrarth. Friday, January G.—Epiphany of our Lord. Tamworth.—St. John's. 7.30 a.m. (H.C.). January S.—First Sunday after, Epiphany. Tamworth.—St. John's, 8 a.m. (H.C.); 10.30 a.m., Matins; 11 a.m., (H.C.j; 7.30 p.m., Rev. Arthur Johnstone. Moor Creek—St. Luke's, 11 a.m. (H.C.), Rev. Clive Dickens. Upper Moor Creek.—(Mr. Warner's) 3 p.m., Rev. Clive Dickens. Attunga.—7.30 p.m., Rev. Clive Dickens. Old Moonbi.—Sunday School, 11 a.m. Moonbl.—St. Andrew's, Sunday School,' 3 p.m. Nemlngha.—AU Saints', 7.30 p.m., Mr. Os borne Brown.