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QUIRINDI AMATEUR RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
QUIBINDI AMATEUR'RACE CLUB. Th&lt;> following Imrsott have boon paddock ed lo take part in the fneWinjj ul Hie (jnirin (II Aii.ilraiinit H»>rs&lt;* iJace Club lo b«» held uti . 1 ;i 1111 fti"v 2(J. Cnllanbilla. t-Ii. in.. S year.s, Iteniorie-Caril in. .Joe, In* /, a, Anionomy Mnry May. iUaeU UU1. h\\i i*. year.i, Sir William-Metal in. I.oni; .lack. b. g.. a. pedi gree unknown. .I.T., b. g. (J year*. Pedi gree unknown. Carrig. eh jr., a Kipper Melbourne marc*. Ocarina, eh. g.. 4 yearn. Tho Arch-Jean. Sir Kedvers. br. g„ ♦; year:*. Hnntboy-Merle. Sir Hilton. br. h., U years. Sir WilUanvUoauehnmp mare. Lady Com panion. cli. m., 'i years. Henrorie-Compan ton. nr. r., n years, Sardon-Lady. l.onl Arch, ch. 7 years. Tho AMi-l'nknown. (jooilie. b. in.. "• year.*. Sir W'illinin-Meial mare. Ma. br. ni.. .*■ y»*aiv, The Areh-M\H eatel mare. Smart, br. i\. J years. Killing Master-Malva, Sinn Pan, l». e.. 4 year*. Koo pan-Lady (>, ivniries, br. K-. ;; year*. Hol« brook'C...
QUIRINDI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
QVIU1ND1. At Pino llidge roromlv. Mr. Combo IllonihnHtl, a full blooded QunslanJ. abori gine. wuh married lo .Miss ilsblrc. a full blooded white r.ii'l. and a na.-e of Kngland* The bridi'Krooui ^uv«. his iv as about 30, and the bride mi v.* tier's > 31. It was Combo who, u ti'w yeavg ba«, won a £1060 share in TatU'isall*^ sweeiiand we under stand ihai that sum wag aiae time placed ai interest, which returns initially to the owner. £10. ('nml.o lias h»n, and still is, in the employ «.r Mr. it H don, of Bloom llold. niamlt'oni. if,- intelligent, of Kood characu-.-. -..ml £ hi ily valued em jdoyee. The i;-v. u, £ i: nes* vicar, con ducted ih&lt;* .■-■> !i:(niy. Endtfr. Alt. Adams acted aw ho.-: nun. Ilfiht-Moon at Wnrrah nidge, wh«*iv1!».♦ itridejfroH. resides on one I »f Mr. Ipi erties. -Qulrindi Herald/'
AMUSEMENTS, "A MESSAGE FROM MARS." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
AMUSEMENTS, "A MRSSAG'H FIIO.M M AUK." A strong attraet.'eu w'i" '>lk presented at tin* CVutral Hull on Thursday and Friday next, when tlio Alton Hamilton Comedy Company, direct from iliu l'alaee Thoatre, Sydno.v, will produce two famous plays, bath new to us. Tlit' opening piece on Thursday, '•A .Messa^o from Msin," is one of the nu>'»t widely known mirrors of tlio ICn^lisli stajje, ami since its fii>t introduction to Australia 10 year* ago lias hoen revived more often in Melohnnm mid Sydney than any other success of tin's generation. With a splendid plot, and bright couiedv bristling through each act, it never fails to please all classes, fts mcrita appeal alike to rich and imor, to young and old, nnd lending itself in the me* ehanieal an&lt;| electrical elfeets to the mnsfc startling situations, ''.Mars" has proved it self a play to draw Mio same people over and over attain. The second production—uTho Two .Mr. Wetherhvs"—is a more recent Lon don succcc; than "Ala...
"WINDSOR MAGAZINE." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
"WINDSOR MAGAZINE." For sheer vah.o &lt;u«l liff " t 3, :/!iii;r, uml include: Kie "'""'•I 1)0 &lt;lif"C"11 Uful iiif'.urca ty Mkam..u„.u m-i . . • • • „ • ninrfcu :;rc :' ;:.o wnrlc nf tl»o following high rla*s authors:— A. IS. AV. .Mnsmi. Robert- Hnrr, Muuruv Hewlett, Kilifii INiilpoMs, Cutf'liffu llynf, H. A. Vui'lio!!/ &lt;ind Miirrv Pain, will In* met wit It til it»s jKU'.es. A H» nrlirl.', &lt;\Slml»espeiire',« lfrr«»itH»s," by KIImi Tony, the great KmkIhIi aetre.«w, "The eluinjiinn moods of imwoV," "Our letters." by 11»»lt .Sclidnlin^, jir,. among the tunny tVnttire* of litis very attractive ami readable iiiitnbiM*. Our ro|»y mines from Green's H'*>k Arcade.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
CRICKET. fii the Svilw.v tirst-grmln rainpolitinii ' on Saiurclay lasl, lilgh scoring was uviili'iil ill ii £&lt;>|>|I many nmti'lios. The prin cipal scorers wi'ic li. 'V. Jliiuiet (North! Sydney) 181. A. K. .lolinstnn (N'nrth Sydney); 108, P. \V. Docker (nut-wood) 78. D. O. Reid IIliinvuod) S(i, \V. S. Prentice (Bur- j «n„d) ~>J. Ci. Ilnlly (liuliniiinl TO, A. Vin- | j (•(•■it, (lii'ilf.'i ii I "i!i. 1'- -loliiislon (Gordon) 7(i, 1 0. a. niacl; (Gordon) SS, E. Newton (Peter- I Is'inni) •">!, I''. !'• Harbour (University) 71, j not „nt, Hev. H. K. Waddy (Central (-'mil- ; livrlmid) li7 wit out. mid 0. K. Hnzlitt (CVn i trill OumliPilaiid) (i".
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
SWIMMING. I On Sal unlay night Cecil Henly proved that was one of the Ijeat long-distance swim mers 111 Australia. ff. tic was a competitor in the /Inal of the \S;o 'Turds President's Clip Handicap at the Municipal Oaths, Domain, and considerable inUrest was taken in Iho contest, ns ho had s'Siiiled Ills inlontion of attempting to lower tlfe figures put up by P. E. Beaurepalre In the same baths on January 20, 1900. The latfer's figures—1 Sill. 4s.—were established in tl,o Mile Australasian Handicap, and no doubt |f be had been confined to the distance he wiould have reduced the figures still fur therA Mealy, however, easily eclipsed iiib Victorian's figures, the timekeepers duell ing lliti. 48s, ThoWiartei'S were: R. Ilolllnps (Sydney), 2A08.ilCecily. lloaly (East Sydney), ser.; 'and^fcrosso iHechabite), tSOs. Tlia limit man led throughout* eventually winning by 2ft yards from lloaly, with Grosnc «oi!»« /its* Inncc behind. Il«*a1y. who used the crawl, put. tip a rn niavlcublc cvon n...
MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
MARKET REPORTS. TAM WORTH. AV. T. C'Mlcott mid *C&lt;». report last Friday's 6»lc as under: — Krosli butter. 7d io S)d por lb. ! 8d t/» lOJcl per do/.. Hacoti, 5)d per Ik Dripping, 2d to :id per U>. Honey, V2j to Ity por milk t:». Honey, *2jt\ por 7H» tin. Unionis, t>n I/Jf each. Tea, -I/O per ">lb tin. Appl'-'S, .1/ to «7 l"'1* r.wo. Apples, I'D to 2/ pov «|t:i*rLi-r rase. Pears. per half raso. 1 .onion*. \\l l&lt;» ",:t nor ,->kp. l.entnus. I.-VI to -/ sjjkjIi ho.«c. Mandarins. 11} «mal1 box. Ornii^e>, 1;U to 2. sm;tlj box. Tomatoes. 2' to -1/ por quarter ca^o. P.iwunn -Fruit, •V1' i>«*r bo*. Nootnrinos, 1/ to •"! per quarter easo. Pluirs. *l.i to -lyy por ipiarter cafe. Pe.»ebe.«\ to *!'» per *»r rase. 'AjnVots. ir:} per rjnarter e^o. Grapes, o/'' P*'r &lt;|uarter ease. Melons, 7/ to 11; pi'r ill?::. Pumpkin1*, S.'t t&lt;» 11. per do/.. .Si|U;»sJj, Id. ti» 2 •* per dos. Ma:rn\v.«, 1/ to per do/.. Cucumbers. I id t>;» l/;l por d...
AUSTRALIANS BATTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
AUSTRALIANS BATTING. Shortly buforo G o'clock the Australians begun tliolr first innings, Hill sending Macartney and Kolloway in. 'Hie little play, or failed once a^nin, for with only 7 runs on fclio brxml l»o was bowled by Llewellyn, llanrfoi'd then joined Kolloway and tho /pivii played ^ut time. Scores:'— &lt; ' I SOUTH AFKJOA.—First Innings.-^ 1\ \V. Shenvell. ibv.*. b Armstrong J. W. Z:Uch. l' .Macartney.* b Whltty . (.1. a. Fivslkiicr, »!M1. b Arnr.it rong .& !: a. !» r,:y, 1/.' Mowellyn, nin out " " V Sinclair. &lt;• Armstrong, u " ' :■ Simoki'. r Ki'ltwvay,1 li C y Strieker. c Krll«w«yf (f Sctiwnri. h Arnwitron); '•••• •' &lt;!• Peeler. not Sundrii'.s Total * .* J* nowliuii: Cotlor 2 for 1A 11-1, Armstrong -I for 103, ^Ul I; Al\STKAUA.—rir»'"l-3. Mnriirtni-y, li IJcwcllyti KMlewsiy, not out .. .♦ •••• llnusfoto, not out .. •• •••* • '•'» -% Total, 1 tvfekct for - Vs
Third Test Match. SOUTH AFRICANS' GOOD SCORE, (By Wire.) ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
Third Test Hatch. SOUTH AFRICANS' GOOD SCORE, (By Wire.) ^DKI.AIDK, Mnmlnv. T!ii» 'IVst mutch was continued to-day. Ktu'.;>i;o u«&lt;l l«le\vi»U> n resumed t-inji. and ilie pair went alone slowly. add in:; vims :u tlii* rate of about one run per "lin* nit', until Llewellyn ivik run out. Tin* total bad t)n Ji been increased by 1.W, Snooke Ih'iny, responsible for I*». The partnership was ;i useful uiio. Iiiivin:; added H" rims. Tlit* >ixth wicket fell ssf. JJU!?. •Snooke ojj" of Cotter's express deliv eries prettily ihrossyh the .slips to she boundary. anil brought Jhe total to within i -&lt;>oee of the third r'Mitury. A couple of balls later Llewellyn made a tins oft' drive to the ropes. When ilie total wa«: 2yH the saint batsman cut WhiUy hard to Trumper. who, .however, sent in an exceptionally rapid return. ami no runs wore registered. £nooke ; coruvrrt tfcc nerocsavy single a few mo moms later. With the addition of two runs Llewcdlyu attempted to cat th...
ANARCHISTS IN LONDON. MORE DISCOVERIES. LONDON, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
MORE DISCOVERIES. LONDON, Smulsiv Ni^ht. The police to«iiij:'»i found »»ix additional dinned hi>;lit.*> in the ruins of tlio house destroyed in Sidney-street. •Scotland has ntios*rthotl the com coining plant* ever j>een, as many of tlu* dies wore for foreign coins. Continental police Invo notified that in terchange of cables indicates tlio men wore connected with nil international hand of counterfeiters. 'I'll, polhv an* of oninion that- evidence lias boon discovered in the ruins that the inen were connected with an earlier Totten }>ain outrage, notorious bank robberies hi Scotland, and other during crimes, which waro untraced. T*i addition to other para phernalia the |x>tivo discovered « number of inyoiiiously wmstrueted time bomb* unex plodc.l. Groat euro was cxi'iciied in the manufacture of the b^mbs, u fact which tends to strengthen the belief that the in«n were really anmohists. Some officials declare evidence lins been secured which toud&lt; to seroit^lh...