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SUICIDE'S OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
SUICIDE'S OBITUARY. WRITTEN BY HIMSELF JUST BEFORE DEATH. John Percy Nicholas Scolt, ageil fifty* nine, London agent for a Belgian mctiri company, who committed suicide by shoot ing himself at the Grosvenor Hotel, left the following .obituary notice, which he de sired should be inserted In several news papers, it was stated at the Inquest yester day:— On November 20. suddenly. In London, John P. N. Scott, of St. Patrick's, Worth ing. last surviving son of the late John Scott, formerly of County Clare, Ireland, aged 59. Mr. Troubeck, who conducted the inquest afc Westminster, road letters which had been written by Mr. Scott. In one addressed to him (the coroner) Mr. Scott said his wife i knew nothing about the troubles which had oppressed him for years. He implored the coroner not to call'her as a witness, as the ordeal, coupled with the fact of his death, would kill her. The letter proceeded: My friend. Mr. Smith, knows very little of my condition, lie knows I have often been hard u...
FELL OVER A CLIFF. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
FELL OVER A GUFF. g\DNEY. Tuesday Afternoon. Thonus Hushes, aged 30, toll over the cliffs at Mnnly, nnd was picked up in uu uueonsciou.s condition, suffering from frac tured skull and broken collar bone. His condition is critical. Evidence was given that whenever the parties had a row, Dunning need to threat en to do for his wite. Tie had tol«J a friend ho would Cf> to Manly to do for the lot, add ing his life was not worth liviuu without lies wife
Third Test Match. AUSTRALIANS BATTING. TRUMEPR COMES BACK AND MAKES A DOUBLE CENTURY. (By Wire.) ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
Third Test Match. AUSTRALIAN^ BATTING. TUUMEPR COMES BACK AND MAKES A DOUBLE CEN'TUKY. The-test match wa« resumed thin morn ing. The weather wag considerably warmer than on Monday, but the pitch did not ^how any signs of wear, and if anything placed faster than before. Ransford and Kelleway resumed tbe..Aus» tralians' first innings to the bowling of Llew* ellyn and Sinclair. For the first couple-; of overs both batsmen felt their way/ A few singles by Hansford were the only runs scored. In about 40 minutes' play the bats men added 22 runs. , ^ * / SLOW SCORING. Kelleway, scoring slowly, hnd put on only three runs to RnnsfoftTs 39, when the latter was bowled by Llewellyn. With Bardsley in, Kelleway continued his steady game, and is one hour his contribution to the total was only 8 runs. The cent..ry was hoisted for two hours' play, and 11 runs later Llewellyn was credited with his third victim, Kelle* way being caught behind the stumps by Sherwell. Bardsley was joined by Trumper. and...
AMUSEMENTS. "A MESSAGE FROM MARS." [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
AMUSEMENTS, "A MESSAGE FHOM MARS." Bishop Barlow, formerly of Norfh Queens laud, and now Bishop of Goulbarn, New South Wales, in an interview recently with regard to "A Message from Mars, which is to be staged hero tomorrow evening, said: "If I lmd gono to se© this play last Satur day night instead of the last night of its production, I would havo heeu better pleas ed. Having had a good deal of experience in London in earlier years, and some idea ot artistic things, I can safely say that the play has a really strong, edifying, healthy influence. It is truly artistic. A visit to the theatre on suoh an occasion is calculated to send' men back in a strong moral and elevated spirit. When I think of the com paratively small population of Townsviile, tii© fact that the theatre has been attended night after night by lurgo and appreciative audiences, I feel gratified; for it all shows refinement and taste. I said to myself n Saturday night I would not have hesitated to introduce & c...
THE JOHNSON-JEFFRIES PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
THE JOHNSON-JEFFRIES PICTURES. The Central Hall wus patronised on Monday uigbt by ti gathering that-taxed it almost) to the limit of its rapacity, the oc casion being tlie exhibition of the much talked-of Johnson-Jeffries moving pictures. Prior to the "staging" of tho famous fight pictures several interesting dramatic scenes wero shown and those served to whet the appetite of the audience for what was to follow. The situations wero thrilling in the extreme, of the lore and murder order, and claimed the interested and appreciative attention of the largo audience, tho pictures being distinct and life-liko ''The light" pictures were by no means confined to the depicting of tho act/ual battle between John- I son and Jeffries for tho world's supremacy in heavy weight boxing, but'included many interesting scenes connected with that grefcb event, including street scenes in Reno and a view'of tho imniouse stadium that was speci ally built there, in thirteen days, at a cost of £8,000. An imp...
Latest News by Telegram. PRESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 11 January 1911
Latest News by Telegram. PRESS TELEGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION. PRODUCE SALES. SYDKEY. Tuesdav Afternoon. A moderate supply of varied produce was submitted at auction in Sydney to*day at the goods yards before a large attendance of buyers. Competition was keen, and satis* factory values were realised. Potatoes showed an improvement of 10/, and chaff 3/4 per ton. Rye straw and derrick straw showed a weakness of 3/4 per ton, while other commodities maintained late values. Choice wheaten chaff was sold at 4/10. prime 4/ to 4/3. good 3/8 to 3/10. choice oaten 4/7, prime 4/10 to D/3 per cwt.; prime lu« cerno bay in Bmall hales realised from 3/5 to 3/6. primp bales 2/8 to 2/9. medium l/U to 2/3 per cwt.; medium vyo straw 3/7, prime derrick straw 2/4 to 2/7 per cwt. prime dry yellow maize 2/SVi and 2/9. Good chickwlieat was sold at 3/4 per bushel. Primt? potatoes went under the hammer at from G/7 to G/9, good 6/ to G/5, medium fi/A to ft/a per cwt. Wheat was quoted at 3/ to 3/8, barley 2/G to 3/. ...