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SPORTING NOTES. HORSE RACING. FIXTURES. January. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
SPORTING NOTES. HORSE RACING. FIXTURES. January. 10—Warren Subscription Meeting. 11—ltosebery Races. 11—Wollar Races. 12—Coonabarabran J.C. Races. 11, 12—Inverell J. C. Races. 11—Berrigan J.C. Races. 11—Oberon J.C. Races. 12,13—Tlrranna Picnic R.C. Annual Meeting 14—Heddon J.C. Races. 14—Victoria; Park Races. 14—Warwick Farm Races. • 14—Hedcion Greta Races. 17,18—Biirrowa R.C Meeting. 17, IS—Bombala J.C. Races. 17—Woliongong J.C. Races. 15—Victoria Park Races. , .. . 18, 19—Bingara Races. 19, 20—Bong Bong Picnic Races.. 21, 26—A. J.C. Anniversary Meeting. 21—Krawarree Races. 23, 2-i—Barraba T.C. Meeting. 25—Wallsond J.C. Races. : .' 25—Denlllquin v.L.J.C. Meeting. 25—Kensington Races. 25, 26 Burren Junction Amateur Races, 25; 2G—Bourke Hospital Benefit Meeting. 25, 26—Bathurst T.C. Races. 26—Bellinger River J.C. Races. 26—Lawrence J.C. Races.' 26—Marengo J.C. Races. 26—Reerton Races. 26—.Miibulong .I.e. Races. iC—LeaOtville R.C. Meeting. 26—Condobolin J.C. Races. 26—.Major's Creek T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
A WONDERFUL NEW PILL. Gin lias from time immemorial been uni versally recognised us hnving a peculiarly beneficial effect on tho kidtioys, bladder, and tho urinary system generally, and is fre quently prescribed by medical men in tlie ti'eatmont of disease.; affecting these organs. A -great many people, owing to their having conscientious scruples 'against the use of that liquor, were debarred from its use, and con. I sequontlv debarred from tho curative treat- j ment they would ofcherwiso have obtained. j Having regard to tliese considerations, Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills have boon put on tbo market for the treatment of all Kidney Troubles. They contain -ill tho curative medicinal properties of gin without tho alcohol. In them arc combined certain other powerful diuretics .which no to make tho finest pill of its kind ever offered to the pub I lie. All sufferers from Aching Bacl;, Rlieu ' m'atism, Gnjit. Bladder Troubles; Sciatica, j Lurnlmco, Kfdncv Oomplniiit, will il'id Dr. i Sheldon...
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
BOXING. • • Tommy lHaniey has lodged n tenner in 'support*.or'..a challenge on behalf of .lack Havardi'.tO Tim Land or Colin Bell for £25 .aside. Tibby. Watts' backer has lodged £2/10 as eavnest^of bona fides in connection with a. challenge! to young Hanley for £5 aside. Tommy: Hanley has posted the full amount pJV.the. side-bet for his pupil. ; ,Ini-the ^presence of a'good crowd at the Sydney ■ Stadium on Saturday night, Ray Branson defeated Douglas in the 11th round.. ■ -> ' j A very fair crowd turned up at the Gaiety ,oni Saturday, flight to witness the battle be lt ween Richards and Collier, whose weights were announced at lOst. and 9st. 101b. re spectively. > From the start it n-as clearly seen that it was to be no love r.ffalr. The pair swopped punch for punch in rare style. ] Richards had &lt;:h,> better of the nrst three ' 'rounds, and/looked like beating his man in the next,! but the latter's pluck enabled him to connect. wlt)i a few heavy rights to the jaw...
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. (Before Mr. 0. A. K&lt;]»ni'&lt;ls, P.M.). MONDAV, JANUARY 9. ' i' ' AIjTjKGEI) VAGRANCY; John Clinic.? was chared with having in sufficient lawful inrans of support'. Defend ant stated that ho li'id been looking for work, but ho could not net it, and was gradually making bis way out of the State. Constable Gilchrist .stated that complaints li.id iMiiii rf-'.'v-iv.'.l [rum liianv residents ol the town about dtfendaut. 11 o lia l been wander ; from house to house, uild had i sevei'ul women. "When arrested bp had a loaded revolver 011 liini. He complained lit' could not get work, owing to beinji ' boy cotted by tlie unions. In reply to tilie P.M., defendant said lie came from England, had been all his lifo in the colony, and had travelled up the lino. Tiie P.M. inflictcd a sentence of days, and expressed the opinion that there was 110 excuse for any able-bodied man in the country not working. If on defend ant's release ho did not get work or move on lie w...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
I: T11/-the;I Sydney firstrgrade competition j on , Saturday last, high scoring was cvidoiit,;in .ft go0d many matchos. The prin cipal, wero R. V. rtlinnet (North* Svfjwny.) .,1.81, A. E. Johnston (North Sydney) 108,. j. P/jiW.. Docker (Burwood) 78, D. C. i Heid(, (Bm\\yood) 86, W. S. Prentice (Bur- i \vood) ;53it.,G. Holly (Bnlmain) 70, A. Vin cent, .(IJfldftrn) 53, P. Johnston (Gordon) 715, G. G. B|ack (Gordon) 88, E. Newton (Peter sham) ,>4,., E. P. Barbour (University) 71, not out-,, Iiov. E. I1'. Wnddy (Central Cum berland) 67 not out, and Q, R. Hazlitt (Cen tral Cumberland) 157.
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
SWIMMING. ; &lt;uji saturuay mgnt uecu Healy proved that I lie was ono of the best long-distance swim mers in Australia. He was a competitor in the final of . the 1320 Yards President's Cup Handicap at the ^Municipal Baths, Domain, and considerable ■ iilferest'Avds taken in the contest, as he had signified his intention of attempting to lower the flgiires put up by P. E. Beaurepaire in tlftj-same'baths on January 20, 1909. The latter's .'figures—-18m. 4s.—were established iti'the'ftlile Australasian Handicap, and no .doubt if he had ieen confined to the distance he would have reduced the figures still fur itligr. Healy, however, easily eclipsed ii\t Victorian's figures, the timekeepers clock ing'17m.;4Ss. ! 'The"starters were: R. Hellings (Sydney), 2?0s.;"J3ecl!y Healy (East Sydney), scr.; ' and P. Grosse (Rochablte), 180s. The limit V man led throughout, eventually wlntilns by 1 20 yards from Healy, with Grosse some &lt;its tanco behind. Healy, who used the crawl, p...
DUNCAN'S CREEK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
DUNCAN'S CREEK NEWS. (Prom our Correspondent). Tile rainfall for Duncan's Creek for llio year end inn December 31 was 317-1! points. January was the ivet. month, while April was llio dry one. Tlte former had a record of 9-to points, and the latter only 20J points. (Tnl.v oiio lower record has been noted here ill Uio last six years, :uid t)iat was in Sep toniber, 1905. when only 9 points of rain were measured. The raiitial 1 lust year is .slightly above the average. The full return, showing each monthly record, is \worth studying:—January 945 points, February 10(5, March 252, April 20A, May 76, Ju.no ■145-5, July 31t), August 1!)0'5, September 02, October 2015, November 210, December -">90). Tito rainfall for the last five years shows: Year 190&lt;>, 28215 points; 1907, 3237; 1S03, 1101;'1909, 3310: 1910, 3475J. Un to d^ito this year tho i'oJl has been UJ points, which were recorded from a thunderstorm dur ine Friday night.
QUIRINDI. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
QUIRINDI. At Pine Ridge recently, Mr. Combo iBloomfield, n full blooded Queensland abori gine, was married to Miss Wilshire, a fall jblooded white girl, and a native of England. jThe bridegroom gave his age as about 30, land the bride gave her's as 31. It wa» | Combo who, a few years back, won a £1004 ishare in Tattoi'sall's sweep, and we- unde^ stand that that sum was at the time placed •at interest, which returns annually to th» jo'wner, £40. Combo has been, and still is, ,in the employ of Mr. B. Haydon, of Bloom field, Blandford. He is very Intelligent, ol good character, and a highly valued em jployee. The Rev. II. C. Barnes, vicar, cop ducted the ceremony, and Mr. Alf. Adams acted as best man. Honeymoon at Warrali Ridge, where the bridegroom resides on one of Mr. Haydon's properties. —Quiricdi "Herald."
MOONBI NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
MOONBI NEWS. (From our Correspondent). Young Mr. Willie Mcllveen's friends will bo sorry to hear that his condition lias taken a great change. ^Ho was in hopes of being ablo to got up in about throe weeks, but now ;t- transpires the bone is not pro perly knitted, anil it will bo necessary for liim to^go to Sydney for mi operation. It Is to be hoped that the operation wii'i be sue-, cessful; he lias the best wishes of every one who knows him. ; The weather is very hot. There was a nice shower on Saturday ovening, nbout 30 points of rain falling, but today is just as hot as before the rain.
WALCHA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
WALCHA. ; While Mr. and Mrs. Lentz were absent • from their residence some nocturnal visi tors prized open the window, and entering 'the premises, made off with a bagful of , wedding presents and choice valuables. The ,police have the matter In hand. One arrest jh^s been made. Mr. R. Cameron and Mls3 S. Mann were jmarried> at Tia by Rev. G. H. Davies last iweek. : ,'A young man named Monaghan, who was tpken to the hospital last week, died on Sun iday, and was burled in the R.C. cemetery on Monday. ,,Mi\ A .A. L. Chandler's residence, Yarro witch, was the scene of a pretty wedding on, January 2, when the Rev. W. C. Moul ton united in the holy bonds of matrimony, •Arthur, eldest son of Mr. A. A. L. Chandler, and Miss E. Wellard, daughter of Mr. S. jWellard. Misses S. Chandler, E. Hogno, and ^G. Wellard were the bridesmaids, while Mr. Fried. Chandler fulfilled the duties of best .man. The bride, who was becomingly frock i eiV,, was given away by her father. After I the ceremony ail ...
QUIRINDI AMATEUR RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
QUIR1NB1 AMATEUR RAGE CLUB. The following liorscs lmvo been paddock cil lo tiiko part in Hie meeting or the Quirin (li Australian Horse Rnee Club lo bo held on January 2li. Collanhilln, ch. in., S years. Rem 01 ie-Card id. Joe, 1 >r g, a, Autonomy Mary May. Black mil, blk g. 3 years, Sir William-Metal ni. Long Jack, b. g., a. pedi Kioo unknown. .T.T., b. g. C. years. Pedi gree unknown. Carrip, ch g„ a Kipper Melbourne mare. Ocarina, ch. g., •! years, The Arch-Jean. Sir Rod vers. br. g„ fi years, Hautboy-Merle. Sir Hilton, br. h„ C years. Sir William-Beanehamp mare. Lady Com panion. ch. ni., ,1 years. Renrorie-Coinpan ion. Br. g., 5 years, Sardoii-I.ady. Lord Arch. ch. g„ 7 years. The Arch-Unknown. Goodie, li. m„ !i years. Sir William-Metal mare. Ida. br. m„ 5 years. The Arch-Mus catel mare. Smart, br. c., 4 years. Riding Mastor-Malva. Sine Pan, b. c„ 4 years, Koo pan-T.ady 0. Entries, br. g., 3 years, llol brook-Crystona. Sir Arch. ch. g.. -1 years, The Arch-Woodstock mare. Venus...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
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AMUSEMENTS. "A MESSAGE FROM MARS." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
"A MESSAGE KFtOM MARS." I A strong attraction will he presented nt I tlio Central Hall on Thursday and Friday next, when ilto Allan Hamilton Comedy Company, direct- from the Pnlnco Thcvvtiv, Sydney, will produce two famous plays, b*>tb now to its. Tiu> opening pioco on Thursday, "A Message from Mars," is one of the niniit widely known successes of the English stage, and sinco its first introduction to Australia tG years ago has been revived more often in Metoburne aud Sydney than any other success of this generation. With a splendid plot and bright comedy bristling through I ••ach act, it never fails ti> please nil classes. Its merits appeal aliUo to rich and poor, to young and old, and lending itself in the me chanical and electrical cffects to the most startling situations., "Mars" has proved it self a play to draw the same people over and over again. The second production—"Tho Two Mr. Wcthevhys"—is a move veeenl Ten don success than "Mars," hut its luiroo acts of comedy ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
DEATH OF MR. JAMES SNEDDEN. ' Our Ilalslville correspondent writes:—Mr. •Tamos Sneddon, familiarly known as Jimmy Sneddon, died at. 0.H0 o'clock on Sunday last. 1 at. his ltno residence, " Jiurnliead," 5 miles 011 tlio Manilla road, death being duo to senile decay. The Into Mr. Sneddon was a typical ' Scotch farmer, and was in his Slst year when he passed away. He was a native of Kdinborougli, and came to this country in lSfi4. directing slops lo the Hanging Kocis gold rush. In tile early seventies the late Sir. Sneddon purchased his late home "Hun: head," from Mr. Conlton. whose daughter lie married. The late Mrs. Sneddon pre docoased her husband and died some six years ago. The late Mr. Sneddon left a family of 11 children to mourn their loss. The rYildren an. as follows:—Sons: George, William. James, John, Isaac, Richard, Al fred. Daughters: Mrs. J. Hamilton. I-Ialls ville; Mrs. \V. Quick, Gidle.v; Mrs. Clark, Bingara; Mrs. Alby Wise. Manilla. The de ceased also left, one brother...
"WINDSOR MAGAZINE." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
"WINDSOR MAGAZINE." l«or shoor v.;hio, and variety, i-lio latent of rlo:ti)io number:-: of ''The Windsor Mugn ' t*!u» Clis'islma.s is.>uo would lj&lt;? difficult sii;'pniN>. It* comprises lioO pagra of beau* w\ V'wtr.vos by acknowledged masters, Iho '•(' nm;::iKUic reading, and includes 23 •->;111.•:!i'*:y adored ))lates, each of which is il. r.f art. Tha best of short stories aro . louinl in "Tho "Windsor;" and tho work" of tho followiiiR high class authors:— A. 13. W. Miison, llobert linrr, Mmirioo Hewlett, Kden Philpotts, G'utclifTc Hyne, H. A. Vnchcll, ami Harry l'ain, will bp rout with in its jingo.*. A Hi pa^o article, "Shakespeare's Homines,'' by KU011 Tony, tho great Knglish nctrcss, "Tho ch:in;;iliL; moods of music," "Our letters," by J. Holt Schooling, iiv,. among tl»> many Venture:! of this vul'v attractive a.:id readalilo number. Our copy comes from Green's Hook Arcade.
NUNDLE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
NUNDLE NEWS. .(From our Correspondent.) Sliiro Council.—The Nundle Shire Council held its monthly meeting on Saturday. .All the councillors were present. A letter was received from tlwi department, stating that n.s tin; proposed road over Crawney could not ho regarded as a national worU, no sub sidy could he granted. A communication from tile New Lamb ton Municipality, requesting concurrence iu obtaining power for councils to establish in surance liinds. brickworks, wood ami coal depots, etc., did not meet with the approval of councillors. Tho engineer announced that lie had made a now distribution of tlio gangs, which should work for greater economy and effi ciency. Tho President, Cr. Payne, gavo a vale dictory address, stating that he would not. seek re-election on this occasion, and con- j gra tula ting councillors on tho good work iucninplished, anil also for their hearty co-operation. (.'ouni.illar Oriehlon followed. He thanked the President for the good work he had done, and h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. February 3 is the dnto of nest, regular monthly visit to Tnmwnrth of GTBU it H12EMAN, LTD . tho trell-linotvn Optjcinns of 6 Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Caledonian Hotel. Honrs: fl am. to 6 p.m. All sufferers from nny oyo irouble, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. One of the principals personally visits Turn worth (Clias. Gibb, late principal of Charles Gibb and Co., and ,T AV. Roemnn, Into Man ager and Sight Specialist for H. A. Barra elough), who hare been visiting this town for snrao years, are the principals, so clients can rely on tho most nxpert- Kyo service in con- i suiting us. Next visit: Friday, February 3. [ I "very dose does its ivorl;—creatos new blood, builds up the nerves—NE.M1A TONIC."
MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. W. T. Callcott and Co. report last Friday's sale as under:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. . "VV. T. Cnlleott and Co. report last Friday s salo iw under: —1 Ftasii butter, 7&lt;1 to 9(1 per lb. Eggs, 8(1 to 10J(1 per doz. Bacon, 9d per lb. Dripping, 2d to 8tl por lb. Honey, 121 to 13/ per 601b. tin. • Honey, 2/3 por 71b tin. Brooms, 1/3 to 1/9 each. Ten, 4/9 per Bib tin. Apples, 3/ to 7/ per case. Apples, 1/9 to 2j per quarter caso. Pears, (i/S por bnlf ease'. ■ Tiomons, 3/ to 7/3 per ease. Lemons, 1/i'i to small box. Mandarins, 2/ small box. Oranges, 1/0 to 2/ small box. Tomatoes, 2/ to &lt;1/ per quarter caso. Pasr.ion Fruit. i>/G per box. Nectarines, &lt;1/ to 5/ per quarter caso. Plum;, 3/3 to 4/9 per quarter caso. Peaches, 2/ to 3/0 ner quarter caso. Apricots, 3/3 per quarter caso. ° Grapes, o/G per quarter case. Melons, 7/ to 11/ per doz. Pumpkins, 8/3 to 11/ per doz. ' Squash, 4(1. to 2/3 per doz. Marrows, 1/ to 2/ per doz. Cucumbers, Gd to 1/3 por doz. Cabbage, 1/ to 3/9 per doz. Beans, 1/9 i^er bushel. Beans, 3...