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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
SYDNEY. .folio Ilridj/e ;;nd Company, l.imit«•«!, re port : -- After mii int--rv.ll of throe weeks. pn auction sales of butchers' produce wore iv Mimed on Thursday, when large catalogues of tallow sum! sundries wore disposed jif. Pro-holiday rates formed the basis, on which mod of ihn commodities which cnine under the heading c»i* sundruv. wore quilted, hut horsehair, sh»uU&lt;. and snwn bones were svniewnafi easier. Tallow opened 10/ lower lor ordinary and 20/ cheaper for prime de scriptions, bur. closed 10/ easier nil round, the better qualities partially recovering dur ing the nrngro-s ol business Sheepskin ami hide auctions wore held &lt;m Friday. Some of the usual buyer* of the former are mark ing time nondim'. the resumption of wool sales, and the ahsowv of their competition was severely felt in connection with jkdts ami uu«oitnd wnalled -'.kins, values &lt;*f which were Ud. lower, host full-wools, however, maintaining t'heir position. Ordinary light an...
PRODUCE SALES, SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
PRODUCE SALES, »SY1)XR\\ Mondav. The produce market was largely attend ed. All commodities met with keen com petition, and prices ruling ai the end or last week wore well maintained. Of &lt;»7 consign ments offered, 10 fnilod to attract purchasers, j Choice wheaten chaff made 1/8 to i/10. prime 4/ to J/3: medium 3/tj u> 3/7, prime oaten 2/9 to 3/U, prime lucerne hay, small I bales, 3/3 and 11/6. good 2/6 to 3/. Prime i large hales 3/, good 2/tf, inferior 2/; prime | half bales 3/0 per cwt. Good rye straw, [o/y; medium wheaten hay 2/0,. medium brown Spanish onions 3/0 per ewt. Choice lucerne chaff 4/tf, good 3/10, medium 3/f., good chickwheat li/nlu, prime Algerian oats 2/ and 2/2, pood to prime yellow Queens land maize. 2/S to 2/9 per bushel. Prime potatoes ti/2 to ti/3. good G/2 to fi/6, mo* dium l/S. inferior at 2/ti. Wheat, 3/7 K* to 3/S'i, barley 2/G to 3/-. Northern Sales.—Lucerne hay from Geo. Laidlaw, Moonbi. brought 2/: I"). II. Sage, 3'. lucerne chaff, Ilrownscom...
FIRE IN PAWNSHOP. ESCAPE OF INMATES, SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
FIRE !ft PAWNSHOP. ESCAPE OF INMATES, SVPXKY, Monday. An ol' lire urcurrod curly this ini»rnin^ at a pawnbroker's .shop in Gun! hurn-ilreet, due to a liuht hein^ dropped oj» tile Tho fhmeo, however, were soon suhdued hy the tin* l>ri£ad;?s. The in mates, including sevotal cUidlrcn, t'SvajMnl through tin? windows of the first floor, and Hiinho&lt;l on to the verandah rooi. Iron) which «'levatii:it, thi»y wore hron^la to the ground by means of ladder*.
A.J.C. ANNIVERSARY MEETING, WEIGHTS FOR CHIEF RACES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
UC. ANNIVERSARY MEETING, WEIGHTS FOR CHIEF RACES. SYDXKY, Monday. rollowlns weights have heen issued for the A.J.C. Anniversary Meeting:— Challenge Stakes, ti furlongs. January 21: Svlvander. Pol Dance, Savoir, Faire, and Samlhatli (imp.). 8.i»: Hhie (Jem. S,-j; Grisb and Sir Lawrence. 7.1:5: Sunlike, Terra* Kong. La P;-.nh\ KuneHa and Nangar. 7.10; Miss Corelli and Snov.-foot. 7.^; Malster Maid. 7.7; Uoval Merv. Poinard, Ilarley Water and rnlimit^d Loo. 7.1: Heliotrope, rtoseon. Goldpan and Adjacent. 7.2: Budd hist. 7.U: Mtindie.. 0.1:5; Nancy Stair. Hdna .May. itvi'lirorn. and Ki^litimx Sr.nlt, n.Iii; Hop and John Porter. tJ.W; The Mn/o, tf.H; Lady Malst»>r. .Marnshi. Chaste. Queeu Foot p. Torquay, Something Irish. Horamhil. Kootlaee. Lady Polly, Mullonp'on, Hot Air, Hypo, 0.7. Anniversary Handicap, li« mile. January 2G.—Son or iht» Marsh. !».S: The A&lt;;olvie. 8.12; Jinnee, s.li; Flaxen. Byplay. and Ar tillone. S.1U; Kler:lrie Who. s.U: Lady Hue naif. SJ5; Leurnn, S.l...
Latest News by Telegram. PRESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. WAGES BOARD AWARD. NEWSPAPERS AND PRINTERS. SYDNEY, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
j «— : PRESS TEM3GKA.PIUC ASSOCIATION. NEWSPAPERS AND PRINTERS. SYD.MCY. Monday Afternoon. Machine type setters new Wages Hoard award -provides tJitil paynumt in Iresiwt of piecework sUnll Ik* threepence halfpenny jioi* thousand ens ft»r linot.vpe openitinn, :• ii«I Id per thousand «*nr% f,»r unmolinp n:t&lt;t typo^raph operating. It also rftipulatus that on nil newspaper wort; nil headings and leads not used itt make tip sh;>M be included in ' cast- up. Tho award relating to li.uul com- j position has been varied In the effect that , a compositor during the fir*t- year after he has completed hi:; term of apprenticeship mny lu> employed in the esriblifdiment whore lie has served or completed his approntice ?ihip sit a minimuiti rate ut C!2/l(i per weok »it IS hours.
RUM AND MILK, FRESH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
;jr*' RUM AND MILK, FRESH. r 'H Queec little drama was witnessed In ft Well-known township, not HO miles from Camworth post o/lice, on the morning of the ttay succeeding Ni«w Year's Day. The races On the holiday were "topped" by a ball, fead the following morning the "boys" were at for onytJuncr. 'Htoy woro hungry, too, Kind the fact that the hotel had run out of provisions, and it was necessary to send to neighbouring towns for "tucker/' did not €end to curb the daring spirits of the crowd. Waiting for breakfast, just primed the boys tor anything and everything, and when they £spled the groom driving two cows into the hotel yard, n daring deed was inspired. S*ifteen stalwart sons of the bush rushed •he silent and stately procession, and se« lectins a brindle row for operations, in a fetr brief minutes ihuv. animal was iasonod, toer legs secured, and a terrified milker was btiYnd carried, or dragged, towards the bar. An eye^witneas describes the Bight of morn than a dozen men carryi...
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
| SUiwiYiAi-iY. Tiu* r.-ui-i'tr. for ;. ; i r.v?« to bo :',r.i in mm:: iiici w-Ci m - .1.*-.:)irer :nry AJct'tiil".*.. • •• .r:-.-, i.-it -J^t. iiLsUUJt, \u;i' i-sijivt c i f.l. y. 1 In? Onmri'ij mi AM-»ttj*l;--ijnti Associ* tio.j tor il.o auvj-.mof o'-ioiiVv c»jipn«l :it thf SvriiK-v l:Mi/«'.• sUv v»M«niav. There U;,s forgo ;.l! v..nts oi* tUe (.'aiisniMiwc.iiiii and New: z.-i-i ihi. -■j'-Vuiml u> 1 uiiit iliu various *irjjo3is W be CGBsid* T'if sit, make to tbe i"nct uut Northern A**-.1:«ii» I, Ijw . .. • .. A i.viu^cr '>i Aiuevirr,!! jmnnale; commonc on t!w» *u.ul>i'iry of tii&lt;- country for rubber u. AL. II. 0. M'l-.ir.sh contemplates bring* in: .iirv.a.v ChV-.y • roti Au&lt;-:nilia to Lon don :im&lt;1 li'rv.'Mn.. him Harry Lowis I v \ ..« v.vi: c t&lt; Iv.ui^ioH&hip of th* 1 '-f Cl:*l)hy nnfl Papk* • ' • "• «l i; u? other, boxera ■- ^ .Vt's nn.-l Mr. Mo A., , . Iw" m-.'-'.lo (or - the -M.r Jrinv.uc^i I)r**id : i! &lt;m ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
lite Star Line AND I.HT.KPOOI., VIA DUB BAN AM) CAPKTOWN*. |TAK Sunr-wtwMr failings nf 12,000 'i v;ir.-';'T.*\v fc-toanu«rs, IRICV "MKDIC," llPF.H81C,M l"KUNie," ami "SCEVIC." I—Cnpotovrn or Durban, £15/15 to 1 £;*; :u. J.DJi'laii, £ii# to .can. I New York,. Huston, etc., &25i5 t© ilUC.'O. fr ONE Cl.A.-\; OF ACCOMMODA TION*. of nil duscnptions carried At lowest Iiph V.oo\in^« tn Continental Ports, Manufacturing CVntn;?, and America t fnr»trn!»|,« (highest claw uf insulation is installed Meat, Dairy^Vodiire, Fruit, etc. [jRntoa at /roi^hr, eio, DAl.OKTY A CO., LTD., .V.y:its :it^ NYtvn.istlH, and nil /•usiraiian i'orty. ffoersSeen Lane. i .. . ..• v Natal. £.11/10; ' Srd CM—to £37,17. Kou;ri :h«» '.Vovlci Tirkota from £126 I 1(1?. : t! Hftmn Ti.-i !ivn»InU« for oat isj-ii^o hy Gi;V:»r C.jrso. gb* to u\\ F.-.t'g f; cur: --.t rruos. his Imvi? In-come noted of Loth General it(.-9 of Freight, Pami;hlot3» etc., apply its, an Ports. C 3lit Line of Royal Mail 8 Learners. ! I'J.VMOr'...
WALCHA [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
W'AUffiA Wliilo from tlM.'i :ors jutA tlu1 w.'thiinn i lui% iia-i bftii .Mr. k iiid M itk'iut mad nts and &lt;• mtiuo ■ l.ntz were absent ■:.» nocturnal vlsi* vi*. rsv, anil entering >fi >-ltU a bagful of cl. fc valuables. The hand. One arrest iiMoron Tm by ai ■ man linmDil 11- hosi>llul;;lii was burled ; iss S. Mann were IL—Davios last unnghan, wlio was week, died on Sun . ih« R.C. cemetery s s residence, Yarro^ : » pretty weildlng Rev. W. C. Moul ■ onds ol matrimony, .. A. A. h. Chandler. »ll -Mv. \ a. h. Oliand! ■vile] llUS me scent "ii .It!, lury 2. when i i.v.wd in *l>° A"I''..", eldest son w v„„ :l,"l Alias K. WVllui'tl. daughter of Mr. S. Misses s. chandler. E. Hogno, and i"llard were Hie bridesmaids,-while Mr. I-1"!. Chandler fulfilled the dudes of best x The bride, who waa becomingly IrooU "• was plven awny by lier father. After ceremony all those present sat down to sumptuous breakfast, when tho usual ' .ists were proposed ana honored. - At the Shire Co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
A WONPERKEL NEW PILL. Gin has from time immemorial been uni vor.'stjlr ivcoyji»se&lt;] as having n poruJjurJy beneficial effect on tho kidneys, bladder, aitf tho urinary system generally, und is fre quently prescribed hv medical men in the treatment of diseases nftVeVing these organs. A groat many people, owing to thoir having conscientious scruples against the use of that liquor, vrero debarred from its.use, and oon. .soquontlv debarred from tlio curative tireat* mont they would otherwise Jmvo obtained. Having regard to those considerations, Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills hnvo boon xuit OQ. tho market for the treatment of all Kidney Troubles. They contain ull tho curative medicinal properties of gin without tho alcohol. In them am combined certain other powerful diuretics which go to mako tho iiuest pill of it« kind over offered to the pub lic. All sufferers from Aching Bock, Rheu matism, Gunt, Bladder Troubles, Sciatica, Taimhiicn. Kirlnov Complaint, will tint! Or. Sheldon's Gin ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
Sas1 to Paper Tour Own Wji ,1 , EVER TRIED? 7 ' Yo^'C111'^- a fccm in a night or two. Wp'fcl!St fcccivcd a new shipment cf 1911 designs and color ings, dircct1 ''lc manufacturer, and can offer you beautiful' original paUern$|t cr.e email profit. Ther(Wcs!th of satisfaction in chccring your Wall-papers in our 6pccial.£fertfn^ The 1'" °f selection. The (cners ot the colorings. Tfyc;.ii"s rf patterns, 1 h6;c-n'crit lighting ot our Store to choose in. And,''C all, the economical prices made pcssible by our large frusiness^ us ahead of all competitions. WE riSl'5,000 ROLLS OF WALL-PAPER TO CHOOSE ^|Vf-THE LARGEST IN THE DISTRICT. «|d PATTERS, from 8i per roll COLORED DRS1GNS, from 3|d per roll ,:|iZES, from 3s 6d per roll AN INsklON WILL CONVINCE YOU OF OUR WALL .-?• PAPER'S EXCELLENCE. i. STORE/7 f MAT (/J SCLL5 TOR CASH AUf. V-^iAVES YQU^MnNEY ^ 7 - ^ ^ ^ ^ Of /f TRADE -^-.TAMWORl
POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. O. A. Edwards, P.M.). MONDAY, JANUARY 9. ALLEGED VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
POLICE COURT. (uuloro mr. 0. a. Edwards, p.m.). monday, j anl'All y 9. ar,r.kgi:i) vagrancy. John Clttm* wa> charged will) hnring in sufficient lawful moim« of support-. Defend suit stated thai he had been looking for work, hut he could not get it, and was graduallv making his way out of the State. Constable Gilchrist stated that compl*** had bLMjn received trom many residents-of fci*c town about defendant. Ho had W'cn ffaiulvr ing l'rom house to house, and had J'rightenei several women. "When arrested he had a loaded revolver oh him. II«s complained he could not get work, owing to being boy cotted by the unions. In reply to the I\M., defendant said ho came from Kngland, U.ul been all his life in iihi» colony, and had travelled up the line. The P.M. indicted a sentence of 7 days, and expressed the opinion that there was tio excuse lor any uble-l>odied man in the country not working. If on defend ant's release ho did,not geb work or move ojj he would be sent to .Maitland for a ...
SITING NOTES. USE RACING. [?]XTURES January. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
SITIHC NOTES. ISE RACING. • XTIUKS .fanunr.v. lft—Wari'e^srriiiiiun Meeting II—Rosfebeaces. 11—Wojlart's. 11. 12—Cot i rah ran J.O. Races. 11. 12-friv .1. C. Unies. 11—nerrign.'. Races. 11— Obe&IT. Races. 31?. 13—TirVail'iciiic li.C. Annual Meeting i 14—llcdaoi'. Races. )\—Races 14—Wurwilrarm Races ,t 14—Hc&lt;U^Woia Races. 17. is—ltflr.1 H.o Meeting. 17. IS—Hpm .I.e. 17—Wollongpl.O. Races. 15—Victofhrk Races. IS. lit—Hib| ftaces. l!\ 20—Rda.-ing I'icnie Races. 21. 20—AjJjvnnlversary .Meeting. 2}—Krawftr Races. 2tt. 24—B&l T.&lt;\ Meeting. Races. 2r.—DoniliavV.Meeting. 2.*i—Ken.cfnfc Kaces. r>. 2r»—Uufehinction Amateur Races. 2.*. 2ti~tto&lt;VHospirat Benefit Meeting. f». 20—Rat® T.C. Races. 2ti—RellirigA.-or J.C. Races. '•rruik\ Races. -Marens«J'. Rac»*s. Races. Meeting. 1!&lt;;— Reel ton MHImiIoi; 20—Lenilvilh] 20— CoTuiolio 20—Major 2(1—Roohnoo 20—QuirituR Meet hi. 2fl—Da'isety .l|r 20—Roniai R.wlleiin 20. 27—(Hon R« 2S—Waltsoml ...
BOXING [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
Tommy Hun:ey lias lodged n tennt'f in ' support of a challenge on belmlf of .Itf.k lliivard. lo Tim l.aml or Colin Bell for £2.", aside. ) Tlbby Watts' backer has lodged £2/10 as earnest of bona fides la connection with a challenge to young ilanle.v for aside. Tommy Hanley has posted the full amount of the side-bet for his pupil. in the presence of a good crowd at the Sydney Stadium on Saturday night, Ray r.i.uivm D(iUi*lii.s in ihu Uih round. I j A very fair crowd turned up nt the tialety ion Saturday night to witness the battle be iween Richards and Collier, whose weights were announced at iOst. and'tot, 101b. re spectively. From the start, it was clearly seen that It was to be no iove affair. The pair swopped punch lor punch In rare style. Illchards had the heller of the first three • rounds, and looked like beating tils man in the next, but the hitter's pluck enabled him to conned Willi u few lieav.v riKhts to tile jaw, making Uielmrds KiagKcr to his chair at tiie end of tile ro...
INTER-DISTRIC[?]S. INVERELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
INTER-DISTRICTTS. £ INVERELL. St. Andrew'* Presbyterian ircl foyer oil, was i r-opcncd for publ voi iip) on Sunday. 1st January, by spe sorvlces. tin* minister of Rev. J. Keiili Miller official morning service Mr. Miller ?e ci^Tht: Parting of the Way." and In tn'eijgfjliis subject was, "An Ideal. and t«attain It." Dnrinj; the winter montlf lt»ye;it a fine Bangor slate roof replacihe ffiigle roof, which had stood the Btv*an&lt;| of over years. In the latU'ar'jf] De cember the chnrrli was put lh«t of the painters, and the result, a b^ church. ot which the members y b j prnml. The roollnij u u« com t»'d \ Mr. U. M. Wilde, and the paint Thorns, and l>«:h »vorI;n>«» h themselves most creditably. •.items have cost about £2.ri0. According to the Warialda "fidn ( CI. A. Join-.:, M.L.A., has recoiv a from the Mlntstor for Works fc; u * vey for a ra'hvay lino Yet n, point on the WuviaUla-Invovell tt.
DUNCAN'S CREEK NEWS. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
DUNCAN'S CREEK NEWS. ' (From our Correspondent,). 'Hie rainfall for Duncan's Crook for tho year (milium Decenibor 31 was 3-V«i!>l point*. January was tho wet. month, while* April was tho dry one. Tho former had a rorord of 1)15 points, and the latter only iK>3 points. Only one lower record has beon noted here in iho last six years, ami that was in Sep U»Mher, 1005, when only |) points of rain wore measured. The rainfall last year is slightly ubnro tho average; Tho full return, showing eaoli monthly record, is worth studying:—January points, February 103, March 252, April 20}. May 76, Juiitt l-l'ij, July MO, August mOi, September 02, October 201ft. November 210. December oOOJ. The rainfall for the last five years allows: Vf.ar 1000, 282H points: 1!>07,' H237; 1908, •110!: WOP, 3110: 1910, . fn to dnto this year tho fall ha.'? boon points, whivh 'ro«i a ihandorjtorm t'nv
MANILLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
MAXILLA. I Arord....-, ft report. .Mr. S. W'.fo take Mr. McDonald's place on • * hands Commission. Another MM took Mr. Moore's place fn Parli.'-n Vital statisiu-s for the (|uari« n« eember :•«»—Itfrths *J2 112 femal »«. deaths *1 unab* children. ntid^r y marriages. An urgent telegram sent h. ?*; months, nearly two (ears ago. | d within the last fortnight i" Upper Manilla. Th«« telegram him! a box ;ii the t'pper Man. : '1' was found ih&lt;* othor day \ .&lt; i; was removed. [lev. W. I'. n.-Mt was huh; u a of the Anglican parish on l*i.. i. by Itev. T. K. Abhult. It.A. : ■ i> iVred with tin* attendance. u. dneiion ceremony. .Mr. Abbo;. t appropriate address. full of e.&lt;jirii&lt; practical thoughts. Mr. Hes- l-ik ministry on Sunday. when :*uio held in Manilla ami at ilall - evensong there was a huge cu-n ami a full choir rendered splt-mi i: IV latest r 12 ered »• U»t n be and box Ivicar it last inter He In ert ao iB and ! his were At nation, isle. ...