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ISON'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
ISON'S 'PICTURES. At the above picture palace to-day at 3 p.m., also to-night silt 8.45 (town clock time), a, mo6t engroissing film subject will be subsequent in the pieturised1 version it Geo. Ban- McOutcheon's popular 110 I'el,' 'Nedra,7' the- production being one of the iPatihe Gold Rooster features. A most original plot has .been consft-udted h'- McCutcheon on very novtr uncs. Graco' Ar«rnon and Hugh Ridgway tiro of tlie round of soirees given to mark their approaching union, and fearing further^ embarrassing social prominence on their marriage day, they decide to slope early one morning, but, being mis taken for house thieves they have many stirring adventures before reaching the vessel on which they have booked their passages. JM10. voyage proves oventlul mid they are. wrecked. The lovers being divided', reach different ' destinations, Sugli. with a lady passenger (Lady Jen :iy of former acquaintance), are ma^oqn jd oil an islandwith savages, and read ly l'econcilo themselves ...
COUNTRY TENNIS WEEK. Tamworth Team. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
y.OUNTRY TENNIS WEEK. ? V Tamworth Team. _, flowing team will represent' lamwom ln tne country versus Tea ^iers ^gt Tennis carnival to begin at uoiLDle Bt (Sydney) on Saturday next, 6th Januav__ S. G. B%n a'n(1 G Kmblen, A. Emb len and A.^yor. All of tliiLyents at ti,is carnivai are being well Poised by the above team as-will be seij^ Country Op^sin!;Ies: A_ Emblen and Pryor. \ Men's Double. Han(jicap; A. Embien and Pryor. V Teachers' Ope60ollbies. Bldwell and Partner. % Men's Singles ^,1(jiCap: Pryor and A.-Emblen. ^ Country Open Dtoies. A. Rniblen and ' Pryor. \ Mixed Doubles HaVan. A. Pryor and Miss Halley. % . '? - \ - ?
EVILS OF [?]NSTIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
EVII1S OF'cl§NSTlPATJON. TUpse troubled with cpnstrpaticn have little relish for tliear food. Their stom ach becomes disordered, they have piles, often kidney disease. No one can hope Cor good ftealtih umoss his bowels move once a day. If t\- -y do not move natur ally they should b' helped, and for this purpose you will Inid no better niedi olne than: Chaiwbe Iain's Tablets. Cham berlain's Tablets 'iU not only iinmedi ateiliy relieve the r Joist obstinate case of constipation but f'M stren;?theu the towels to act na| urally witliout assis tance. Sold by G* MaUuby, cliomlst.* I
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS WALCHA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
INTER-DISTRICT ? HEWS I 1^ ? WALCHA. Tlie Chfiatimaa holidays passecf off vory quietly here. 'lino district was lull ot visitors frcaiii other parts, and the wea .fchjpv, ibeing all that could bo desired, numerous picnic parties visited the var ious picnic resorts. The business people all reported a reaord trade. A day's horse-raeinig was held at Or andumiby on Boxing Day in aid of a pa triotic fund, and was a financial success, over £30 being raised. iMr. P. Cougihlin, employed ait Bianga Park, was driving a horse and dray on AA'ednesdny, when the animal holted and Mr. Coughlin 'was thrown out, injurim his arm, shoulder and leig. Ho was brought to town and placed in the lit s pital. Tho, annual social 'in. aid of the II. U. ? Ohurt-h, Wakiha Road, was held in the Scttiool of Arts there on Boxing NlRht, when there. was a large attendance. Several heavy storms passed over the district' in the early part of the week, resulting in 103 points being recorded. The annual conor«-t of the C...
MAITLAND RACES. Delorium Wins Chief Event. WEST MAITLAND, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
MAITLAND RACES. i Delorium Wins. Chief Event. '''.-. AVE&T MAITLAND. 3'nday. Maitland races took place on Satur day afternoon to a large atitendnn.ee. The weather uas fine and cloudy. ? ?' RcsuHs: — ' ^ , FLYING HAiNDIUAP, 6 furlongs. S. Gordon Clift'jSi ibr h Spillway, 7.5 (all. 3lb.). (Mnbonoy) ? i I. Borthlwiek's b h Trigonj 8.11, all. 31b. (Hourigan) ? 2 G. A'. AVhito's ib sm Lonou 7.5 (Rey nolds) ? 3 Other stau-ters: Lord Garde 9.7, Mer sina 9.0, Timber 6.7, all. 7ft. Betting: Evens Tnigon, 5 to 1 Lord, Garde and! Mersina, 6 to 1 Spillway, 8 to 1 Timber, 10 ,to. 1 Eonou. -^»At itlie home turn Trigon and Spillway were on terms. After a great race ?Jpiliivay won by a. head, half a length between second and third. Time, 1.15. WELTER. HANDICAP, 7 fur*. A. F. AAralters' 'oh |g Dickman. 8.8 (Foloy)'v ? '. ? J W. Fairleiy's h p; King Hampton,- 8.8 (Davis) ? 'f ? ' ? 1 C ? AViltpn's b .111 Simeai, 8.8 (Cleaver) b Other startere: Chiel Boy, 819 (inc 31b. over), Duke Chester 8.C,...
"THE DAILY OBSERVER." Completes, its Sixth Year. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
'THE DAILY OBSERVER.' .' Completes its Sixth Year. Six yonrs agfl tho 'T-aily Observer' was stnrtcd. nit Taiwvorth as n morning papnr for the whole- of the north and north-west. To-'dny- tl'10 pnper begins its soventh year wit'h every prospect of further 'growth as tho only daily nnws imd advertising medium of ...this largo and important portion of the State. Tho 'Daily Ooserver' has had a re mnirkiiiblct career in many ways. In tho short spat^ ol'.six years its circulation has more than trebled. It has never looked -ihnctk. . From 1.1 10 very first it :cauRht.o.n;.as a...new .provide^,,,, and |its circulation Ims 'increased daily.. It has i-pcoivpd persistent and gratifying recog- | million of its vail uo as the oniy mormnig daily in t-hi.s part of the State. During tho last quarter ending; December 31 the iig-ipse was over 300. Tl^-^,is hardly a '-town or village of any importance in th« north and north-west which is not a oircnilntinfr centre (for the paper, showing conclusively ...
[?] VALLEY RACES. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
MOONEt^f Y RACES' [?] ? Si\Vn'PWl *' Bai'widSee 2- ihvdh Rilop. IK t 4 AYon ))V »ooiomrool. .A ^wm^ \kWh.. Tm,«K: Trillion 1, Vo-year-o,,, fljaHgwep 3. Winner, . Wou^..il nuai-fSW. „. o.i.- i incrht. 2 AVon J, °hu WHS; Time, 1.16. Welte* tu,^.11 Mffifeasor and Carriole J dead boat tn.°l «W'B«Jtowina ' thud. Time.,1.15. ^Hf ? . ' In the iua ojj' S^?riole won by two lengths and a. lin\f^S Winner, 2 to 1.
DOMAIN PROTEST. HUGHES SHOULD ASK THE PEOPLE. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
DOMAIN PROTEST. HUGHES SHOULD ASK THE PEOPLE. SYDNEY, Sunday. A meeting in the Domain this after noon carried a resolution emiphaticaHy protesting against. Mr. Hughes or any politician going to. England to represent Australia at the imperial conference, without a direct mandate from the peo ple. After the fullest consideration .of the questions involved, which' :consider ation is at present prevented by tho 1 operations of the War Precautions Act limiting the freedom of the press and public 'discussion. /
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
piiEsisir ; GOTJJTTLE SLEEP ? Healed by Cuticura j \ Trial Free : 'When I. started to shave my face i broke out in one mass of festered pim §ples. Each pimple was mat tered and had a red ring the sue ol a sixpence round it and at nights the pimples became so irritating- and sore that I KOt little sleep. 'I saw the. Cuticura ad vertisement and I decided to try the Cuticura Soap and .Ointment. In two months my lace was smooth and not the sign of a pimple on it.' (Signed) A.Wilson, 2 LeicesterSt., FfUioy. Vic, Sept. 2,.*15. ? _.f re.6 sample 'each by post wiih'32-p. ' , Skin Book.' :(Sb'a*p j,o cleanse and Oint ment to heal.) Address postcard- ' R. -i'owns & Co., Sydney, ft. S. W., Sold throughout the world. MAKE YOUR OWN COUGH1' ' -; MIXTURE. '--?^ A pint of the finest quality remedy for coughs, colds and throat troubles —equal to 12s. worth of ordinary mix tures—may be made in a few minutes ?? by adding 2s. worth of HEAN'S ES SENCE -to water and sweetening. Sir\Bider Haggard,...
FEDERAL POSITION. IMPERIAL CONFERENCE. Liberals Say Hughes Should Go. Laborites Also Agreeable. But Want Cook as Acting-Prime Minister. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
FEDERAL POSITION. ' ? w IMPERIAL CONFERENCE. Liberals Say Hughes Should Go. Lahoriles Also Agreeable. But Want Cook as Acting-Prime Minister. ' SYDNEY, Sunday. ft is understood' that, Liberals are quite prepared to let, Mr. Hughes go to England to attend the Imperial Confer ence with full responsibility as Prime Minister -and as speaking for Australia. ? The party led by Mr. Tudor agrees' that Australia should be represented at the Conference, and by Mr. Hughes, pro vided that he is able to obta.in the offi cial support of a larger party than that Avhich. he. now leads. . It is understood that Mr. Tudor will be agreeable to Mr. Hughes going, and would be disposed to make working ar rangements by .which supply could be granted, and the war policy continued, upon condition that Mr. Hughes makes a combination with' the Liberals who aue keeping h'im office. If Mr. Cook remains as Acting-Prime Minister during Mr. Hughes' absence, and the Liberals t&ke a share of the re sponsibili...
SATURDAY'S RAC[?] TATTERSALL'S CLUB RACES Balarang Wins Carrington. And Breaks Australian Record. Lady Isoit Takes Cheimsford Handicap. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
SATURDAYS RAG«' Pi TATTERSALL'S CLUB RACES: Hi Balarang VVins. Carrington. ')v\i .And Breaks Australian Record. : Lady Isolt Takes Chelmsford Handicap. SYDXJSY, Sunday. I ha voathcM- iva-, dull but t.:io tor 'Jak ? tensall's Olub annual meeting :.r. l\arid viek yestarday. The at'oiilinc'.1 wa: good. Rcsnilts : — HURDLE RACE, about 2 milfcs. V. M. Benson's 1- m Ycllowhoc, a. 9.10 (Baker) ? '. .... 1 J. Stephens' ibr g Fitzmack, a., 9.7 (Clifton) ? .' ? i 'J. Birk's' 1) ly.St. ^tedoc, a., 9.5 (Coleman) ? 5- Other starters: Kongopai 32. 1y Gar thowpn 11.0, jVlay JTusic 9.7, ]-ul)bt 9.7, Hampden. Lad 9.0, Knni&imna U.O, Charlie Mac 9.0.' '.Betting: 2 to 1 ltangopai. 6 to 1 ¥el Ipmboc, 7 to ] Pitzmnc, 8 to 1 St. Medoo, Garthonvon, or Charlie Mac, '12 to 20 to 1 others. St. Medoo soon' took charge, and led over till© first jump, ifolloived by Charlie Mac and Gnrthowen. St. Medocv jump ing well, led right round to the li milo '?post, ?where Ohnrlio Mac ran 10 the front, and witli f...
DRINK TRADE NATIONALISATION. Will Cost £300,000,000. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
DRINK TRADE NATIONALISATION. Will Cost £300,000,000. (Neuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Saturday. ?The ''Daily Express' states that the purchase of the drink trade by the State is believed la be imlnent, as the simpl est and easiest method of handling a complicated problem, and of. preventing i'h'd- over-consumption of intoxicants by the men^engaged in vita) national work. It would also divert large quantities of grain and stear to other purposes. It is believ«d that nationalisatino of the drink tradSfcwould cost, in England and Wales fJone^300,000_000.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
('ADVERTISEMENTS accompanied 'by I cash for this column, are iusartad at the rate of 18 ^vorda for 1/, and Cd for each additional 9 words, or l art thereof. An additional charge o£ Od. Is made for booking. WANTED.— To buy good Second-hand j Waggon, (! tons, state width or lyres ?and price. A. J. Ison, Currabubula. WANTED. — Good Man roiY Lucerne' Farm at. once. Apply, \V. Nott, .Nemingha Flat. WAT^TI'iD.'— SuTk'y~Tur'nout~~or~' Village Cart Turnout, suitable lav rabblter. _ Apply, 'XD.^JThis Office. WANTED'— Teacher 'r,or SUbsTdise'd ? School. Music. A.pply, with Tefer ences to A. Jones, .funr., St. Leonards, Walcha. WANTED — A Snwf7joTf6r'ouirCk-t[f- ing and Morcory Department, learn trade. T. J. Treloar and Co., The Popular Stores. WXNTTsTJ^^eTr'Toi-'^jrakini^ Lucerne Hay, from January 2nd. Must be ex perienced. Apply by 'Phone No. 3, Dungowan. L. Sprague. , WANTED ' ~Kno w n7 '~oml3af go lit teT~6Tf ?Sheepskins. Mflher and Gibson are .buyers of large or small quantities. Don't fo...
HUNGARIAN CORONATION. Hard Day's Work for King. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
HUNGARIAN CORONATION. Hard Day's Work for King. (Renter's Telegram). LONDON, Saturday. I Itouter'/s Amsterdam correspondent I says that telegrams from Budapest state that preparations are complete for to day's Hungarian coronation . After the religious ceremony and oath-taking, the King, on horseback,- will ascend the coronation mound, made of earth from the eiglnty-four counties of. Hungary, and drawing his sword, will swear to defend Hungary against the enemy. He must wear a crown weighing! pounds during the entire day.
THE ARROW THAT FLIETH BY GUY THORNE. Author of "Mantrap Manor," "When it Was Dark," "Made in His Image," "First It Was Ordained," "A Lost Cause," &c., &c. (COPYRIGHT.) , CHAPTER VI.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
! THE ARROW THAT FLIETH ? ? ~*&* ? — \ BY GUY THORNE, Author of 'Mantrap Manor,' 'W'hen it Was Dark,' 'Made in His Image,' 'First It Was Ordained,' 'A Lost Cause,' &c, &o '.(COPYRIGHT.)/' CHAPTER VI.— Continued. 'Bog-in with the 'first item,' his part ner said. 'Very. well. There is the car. Did un3'one ever see such an invention be fore? Think what it could do in the hands of! an unpvinoiplcd scoundrel'. IK very siilcnce, coupled with its speed, sho\v» (hero is something1 mysterious. Second item. You remmbcr the group ' of four we saw in the lobby the night Sir Alfred made his great speeh?1' 'Ye;, I remember; go on.'' ''Well, of the four two were foreign ers, an American, and the Italian. Noth ing' in that, of course, but 1 own to a sharp twinge of suspicion when I saw flint red-painted, Ttahan turn up in the light of a chauffeur. The man is no ordinary 'One, I can assure you. You ought to have scon the way he handled the car. Then comes this sudden flighty ...
FIGHTING ON THE MEUSE. Further German Attacks Expected. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
I ? ! FIGHTING ON THE MEUSE. Further German Attacks Expected. (H outer's TeJogrnim.) LONDON, Saturday. H outer's Paris correspondent suys that it is semi-oflicially reported that yester day's German a-ttaok on tho MeiiiSc pro duced trivial results, nevertheless it is expected that the. enemy will continue the attacks on tho lnft bank in order it) compensate liis siKicessive dofeTUs on tht right. The French are thoroughly prepared, indeed they have boon accu mulating material in this region for ten months.
MURDER ON HIGH SEAS. German Submarine Frightfulness. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
MURDER ON HIGH SEAS. German Submarine Frightftilness. (Renter's Telegram.) LONDON, Saturday. jwi .'kunni-aiiy communique narrates an outrage in which the German savagery :n torpedoing merchantmen appears to , have reached its climax. It describes how the Birtish steamer Westminster, proceeding to Port Said, was twice struck without warning by a submarine wlfen'tyW mil&niFbTn laindv Four men were killed; The Westminster sank in four min utes, and the submarine proceeded to, shell the officers and crew while they were escaping from the ship in the boats. The master and chief engineer were killed outright, and their boat sunk with live other occupants, who, it is presumed were drowned. The communique scathingly denounces the submarine captain's act as & murder carried out in cold blood.