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GUNNEDAH. Hawke and Treloar, Limited, Gunnedah, report their union sales Friday, January 6, as under:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
GUNNEDAH. Hawke and Treloar, Limited, Gunnedah, report thoir imioii sales Friday, January G, as under:— Egt;s, lid and 1/ per tloz. Fowls, 1/0, 2/10, 2/9 por pair. Apples, 2/ and 2/7 quarter case. Grapes, 2/6, 3/4 quarter case. Lemons, 2/7 per quarter case. Tomatoes, I/S, 2/, 3/ per quarter case, Wine, 1/ and 1/3 nor bottle.
SYDNEY. John Bridge and Company, Limited; report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
SYDNEY. •Tolm Bridge ami Company, Limited; re port:— " After an interval of three weeks, public auction sales of Initcliers' produce wore re sumed on Thursday, when large catalogues of tallow and sundries were disposed of. Pro-holiday rates formed tho basis, on which most of tlio commodities which come under the heading of sundries were quitted, but horsehair, shanks, and sawn bones were somewhat easier. Tnllow openc-d 10/ lower for ordinary and 20/ cheaper for prime de scriptions, bub closed 10/ easier all round, tho better qualities partially recovering dur ing the progress of business. Sheepskin anil hide mictions were held on Friday. Seme of tho usual buyers of the former are mark ing time pending tho resumption of wool sales, and tho absence of their competition whs severely f&lt;'lt in connection with pelts and unsound woolled skins, values of wliioh were %d. lower, best full-wools, however, maintaining their position. Ordinary light and light medium hides fell l-8d., ...
MANILLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
MANILLA. A cording to a report, Mr. S. W. Moore will take Mr. McDonald's place on the Western '^'ands Commission. Another Mr. McDonald look Mr. Moore's place in Parliament. Vital statistics for the Quarter ending De cember 30—Births 22 (12 females, 10 males) deaths 4 (male children, under 3 years), 3 marriages. An urgent \elegram sent last Easter 12 'lAionlha, nearly two years ago. was delivered ,]!vithin' the last fortnight to a resident of tJpper Manilla. The telegram had fallen be hind a box at the Upper Manilla office, ani jwas found the other day when the hoi jwas removed. Rev. W. P. Best was inducted as vicar 'of the Anglican parish on Friday night last ,by Rev. T. K. Abbott, B.A. A storm Inter fered with the attendance. After the in duction ceremony, Mr. Abbott delivered an appropriate address, full of earnestness and ipractical thoughts. Mr. Best opened his ministry on Sunday, when services were [held in Manilla and at Mali's Creek. At 'evensong there was a large congregatio...
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. INVERELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. I INVekelL. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Inver ell, was re opened for public worship on Sunday, 1st January, by special New Year services, the minister of the church, the Ilev., Keith Miller officiating. In the morning service.Mr, Miller spoke on "The Parting of the AVay," and in the evening his 'subject was, "An Ideal, and how to attain it." During the winter months of last year a line Bangor slate roof replaced the shingio rtiof, which had stood the stress and strain of over 30 years. In the latter part of De cember the church was put in the hands qC- the painters, and the result Is a beautiful church, of which Iho members may be justly proud. The roofing was contracted for by MY. 15. M. Wade, and the painting by Mr. F. 1 Thomas, and both workmen have acquitted themselves most creditably. The improve ments have cost about £2'>0. .'According to the Warialda "Standard" Mr. G. A. .Tones, M.UA., lias received a promise from the Minister for Works for a tri...
AUSTRALIANS BATTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
AUSTRALIANS BATTING-'n;7 -vr.i Shortly before 5 o'clock the Aqgt£n]i&lt;w/)j kejjuu their fust, innings, HiH'.. pending Macartney nnd Kolleuay in. The iit-fja play, or failed onco a^nin, for with only.|17,..rwp: on tlio board lie was bowled b,v JULoweilvii,; Hansford then joined Kellewuy and ^h^jiai^j played out time. . ' Scorer.:— . , . SOUTH AFRICA.—First Inningf^'"^,'] P. W. Sherwell, lbw, b Armstrong .. [,3,1. ■I. \V. Zuleh, c Macartney, b Whitty ' IQ'jj G. .A. Faulkner, c Hill, b Armstrong1'!V f,St>' A. D. Nourse, b Cotter .. ,. .. . ,M. H.athorn, b lyhltty , ^S" r Armstrong, b KeHott'iiy .... zQ 'SfionUi;, r IvoHoway, b Cotter ltXj sAicU'cr, c KolW.'iy, b Armstron;; .. 48 JK&Yiir/.; I> Arm-it-riiiiR 10 Pepfc'r, nut «"t •• •• .*• •• •• •• 'M /j Sundries 33 J™ /"Jtnwlin: Cotter 12 for 100, Whitty 2 for Ijl iv Armstrong 'I for 103, Kellewny 1 for AUSTItAIiTA.—First Iiininas. b T,W»\v&lt;»llyn 2 Krlli'nay. int out- .. 39 Knnsforcl, not out 31 i>" T...
Third Test Match. SOUTH AFRICANS' GOOD SCORE. (By Wire.) ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
Third Test Utah. SOUTH AFRICANS' GOOD SCORE, (By Wiro.) •* V"""' ADELAIDE, Monday. The Test match was eontimicd"~tf)-dayv •Snooke and Llewellyn resumed i..iibnt-: tuns, and the pair wont along slowly adding: runs at the rate of' about one r.un ,pqr .,min ute, until Llewellyn was run out.,,,:; 'Jibe; total had then boon increased by. 23, SnooU«i being resjjonsiblo for 15. The .n^rtnorship1 was a useful one, havin;; added 97 runs. The sixth wicket fell ab 302. , 4 vSnoolio goii one of Cotter's express .deliv-; cries prettily through the slips to the boundary, and brought the totallrto within cooee of the third century. A couple, of balls.. later Llewellyn made a fine off.driyoi to the1, ropes. When the total was 299..the,K, samei' bntsraan cut Wlutty hard to Tvuwper,. who.' however, sent in an exceptionally ,u -rapid- • veturn, and no runs wore registered;,Soooko ■; secured Ilia necessary single a .few.imo ments later. With the addition of. two runs Llewellyn attempted to cut things t...
ANARCHISTS IN LONDON. MORE DISCOVERIES. LONDON, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
ANARCHISTSJN LONDON. MORE DISCOVERIES. LGXDONj Sunday Night. The police to-night found six Additional charred bodies in tho ruins 01 tho house destroyed in Sidney-street. Scotland Yard has unearthed the com pleirst coining n'.anU over seen, as many of tho dies xvero for foreign coins. Continental police havo notified that in terchange of cables indicates the men wove connected witli an international band of counterfeiters. The police are of opinion that evidence has been discovered in tho ruins that tho men were connected with an earlier Totten ham outrage, notorious bnnl; robberies in Scotland, and other daring crimes, which were untraced. Tn addition to other para ph en alia the police discovered a number of ingeniously constructed time bombs ">mes plodod. Great caro was exercised in the manufacture of the bombs, a fact winch tends to strengthen tho belief that tho men were really anarchists. Some officials declare evidenco lias been sccurod which tends to serengtlien tho repor...
GERMAN PRECAUTIONS FAILED. BERLIN, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 10 January 1911
GERMAN PRECAUTIONS FAILED. BERLIN, Sunday Night. Alarm is felt at tlio fact Hint the system of espionage lias boen mioovered. Tile Kaiser has ordered fytabrirato precautionary mea sures to be taken in future, and lias also demanded un extensive report from tlio naval and inilitiirv authorities, showing in | what directions present precautions have • failed. I "Excuso me, madam," said a polite scribe. | with note-book and pencil read/, "but 1'vo I forgotten your name." ' Deal Lady: "Oh, crushed strawberry, trimmed with lace, and chiffon.