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SYDNEY'S HOLIDAY SPIRIT. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

SYDNEY'S HOLIDAY SPIRIT. SYDNEY, Monday. The weiither in Sydney to-day was fine and hot. Large crowds went holiday mailing. The trams and trains were crowded. Thn holiday resorts around the metro polis were thronged. / ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

-' BUSINESS NOTICES. 'wrciAM SKIN TROUBLES '*' '' ' ' ' ? ' Th Q ' i w^^k$k ^ Cleanse \^W S)j) Ointment w'VvCh^^'fX Nothing JflTOftfeJk^ q u iVker \ **f'^§_--\s^f\ safer- surer i » \.¥^3f TV \ at any price. 1 V- ' -T^OfK. ' J f o r skin' troubles of young or 'old that itch, bum, crust, scale, torture or disfig ure. Besides, you may -try them before you buy them. ' | ; Sample Each Free by Post - ' 'With 32-p. Skin Book. \Address post card: 'R. Towns & Co., Sydney N. S. VV.'! Sold throughout the world! '? ? CAUSE. AND EFFECT,. 'One tesujt of tbe high pressure im pose'd by modern conditions is shown in the over-increasing number of high strung, overwrought and nervy people that abpund. Nerve trouble is the most painful and exacting of all physical weaknesses. Aspiiin is what medical then prescribe for such nerve manifesta tions as neuialgia, neuritis, The imatiisin, headache, 'sleeplessness and certain form* of indigestion. It is the one panacc* for such maladies. But it should...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

,' ' BUSINESS NOTICES. ' 8 'Dcchek' Tea , Costs No Mote Pet Cup Thaa Ordinary Tea. .* - u T?Y A PACKET TO-DAY ! ASK YOUR GROCER TO. BRING YOU A PACKET' Save the Coupons and share in the Cash pViS ! f'o rd ? - 1 THE UIVERSAL GAB. ' - r H DESIGNED TO GIVE UNIVERSAL SERVICE. SIMPLE, ECONOMICAL. I RELIABLE. . ? «t. ? I Not a cheap Imitation of an 'ostentatious automibile. B ? Buj^a Serviceable, Light and Absolutely Standardised Utility and 'loirrjng 9 Car. Accepted as such by over 33 per cent, of the World's motorists who B nave purchased' Fords on their merits as a serviceable proposition. B TOURING CAR, £210. RUNABOUT £195 I Get Catalogue ahd Particulars frojn^ ? ' , . RUNABOUT, £195. | Tamtrvorth Motor Company, I I HILL, CHARK & CO., S I have stilS the best 1 .' PADDOCKS at FBemio^ton I for FAT STOCK. I Consignments large or small have equal supervision i by experts in drafting and selling-. SOL, G'BEEJV, . - LEVIATHAN COMMISSION AGENT, Commissions Executed on all Government ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPAIN'S REJECTION OF WILSON BAIT. Government's Consistent Neutrality. MADRID, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

SPAIN'S REJECTION OF WILSON BAIT. Government's Consistent Neutrality. (Published ' iii 'The Times.') , MADRID, Monday. Spain's reply to President ''Wilton's proposals wa*- miado despite an unscru pulous press, campaign and tho Germau ophiles seeking tto terrorise mdni&ters. The principal Liberal and 'Conserva tive ne-vvspa.perh agree that tlio Govern ment action is consistent with tho na tional dignity und liow&t nutrality. It has onhanced the country's prcstjgc and improved tho ehaucos ol MKuessful nic di;ition.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HIGHLAND GATHERING. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

HIGHLAND GATHERING. SYDNEY, Monday. The Highland Society's annual ga'Mor ing on : the Agricultural Ground atUMj ted a great attendance. The net proceeds of the gathering will be divided among the vBattalion comforts Funds and tlie . l^und for the widows and orphans of Australian sol diers. I -A successful sports programme was curried out.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY MUST DOMINATE BELGIUM. "Paper Agreements Useless. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

GERMANY MUST DOMINATE BEL GIUM. ?'Paper Agreements Useless. (Published in 'The Times.' ' LO-.woX. Monday. lu a secret '.lnonioruud'uin the German Navy Iioague states tho military and political doniinaition of Germany over Belgium is compelling and necessary. Paper agreements are useless. Nothing can securo tho freedom of tlio seas ox ci'))t a JJoligium over which iloate llit- Gorman flag.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY PORTER'S DEATH. Fell Under Moving Train. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

RAILWAY PORTER'S DEATH, Fell Under Moving Train. SYDNEY, Monday. Through falling \inder a train „ lit Mortdale railway station at night, Joha Alexander Forbes, GO, of Unwiu U-'fiO Road.'Undercliffe, was killed. He attempted to get olt a roovug train and slipped and fell. Night Officer Mansfield attempluU :n vain to save him.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRANCE'S 1916 BAG OF PRISONERS LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

FRANCE'S 1916 BAG OF PRISONERS (Roijler's Telegraan. ) .. LONDON. Monday. 'Ihe* French . at Verdun and on the Sonime during- .T91G captured 78,500 Gennans. '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORGED FIVE POUND NOTES. Again in Circulation. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

FORGED FIVE POUND NOTES. Again in Circulation. SYDNEY, Monday. Gorged Commonwealth live pound notes are again in circulation A number were successfully passed at the races. TJioy are described as ex ceptionally good imitations.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

BUSINESS NOTICE ; Life's Battle. ?J , ?. ? :??'?- . ??,. Yuii can alwiay*. bit the target at the Palace. i ' When you are clear oJ'1 the cinukf. you will find that you struck the risrlit .spot — it you shop at. the PuJacu of Trade — the .-:to:'e of' ,ev cry tiling Our good values are real good _hoU for economy _cckur-.t *? ' ^ Jf you can't get it elsewhere you can 'yet it here. ?? If you wajit it in a lainy, it's here. It' you want it at a lower 'price you'll find it here, be- '? cause dial's our .business policy. We want you to prove it. Begin XOW and you'll be richer by a lou» way every week end: , ' CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, 284, 286, 288, 290 PEEL STREET, TAM WORTH. STOCK AND PROPERTY. CHEAP Leasehold, Teuterfield. — 2533 acres, good sheep country, waterdd by crcelts, good house, yards, etc., 40 years' tenure can be converted into O.V. and C.b. Price, 4/6 per acre. ! , .Further particulars, Ware and Co., Tamworth. CHEAP SHEEP. UAHRABA. 7UU Kwes, l-tooth, 2 'marks,' sh...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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MR. HUGHES RETICENT. Intentions Regarding War Conference. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

MR. HUGHES RETICENT. Intentions Regarding War Conference. SYDNEY, Monday. Mr. HughCb to-day declined to discuss any matter in connection with the Im perial conference. He would not say what was in his mind about Australia's representation, nor would ho vouchsafe any indication I of his intentions. It is freely reported that Mr. Cook will confer with Mr. Hughes to-night.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMPIRE MESSAGES. Newfoundland and India to Australia. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

EMPIRE MESSAGES. Newfoundland and India to Australia. S'VDXKY, Monday. The ''Governor of Newfoundland, in u tiiessago to Mr. Hughes, says: Tile old Colony of Newfoundland is proud of a. ir.essage from tlio Commonwealth of Australia. No soldier of the King is a liner fighter than the -long, lea.n Austra n. The sturdy Newfoundlander is o.£ L'-e same race. It is the best breed in the world. Victory for our cause in 1.. 17. x The Viceroy of India, in reply to a message of good will said: The Princes ip.d people of Indi;i have shown them . elves eager to share in the Empire's ???crilices. This whui tribute from Aus tralia will be deeply appreciated through out the land.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOWN THE SEEDS OF VICTORY. Not to be Robbed of the Fruits. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

SOWN THE SEEDS. OF VICTORY. Not to be Robbed of the Fruits. SYDNEY, Monday. The Governor, speaking ot ihe High land gathering to-day, said General Haig had told thefcn in an unceusored message that the Einpire was not prepared to ? light at the beginning ot' the wnr, not even until a few months ago. Now it v as prepared: to do so, taking ' forty months to do what Germany 'had been c oing for forty years. Xow the seeds c.' victory had -been sown .were 'they to bo robbed of the fruits? Cries of 'No.' That, said the Governor, was the Scot tish spirit which he was glad to hear. Ke hoped the English, Irish a.nd Scot tish would continue united to bring vic li ry soon .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GAOL ESCAPE. Assistance from Outside. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

GAOL ESCAPE. Assistance from Outside. SYDNEY, Monday. Arthur Goodsell, wno had been miner . remand at Molong lockup on oha'rges of forgery and larceny, escaped last night, assisted hy someone from ouCSide, who forced opeii the iron grill over the exor cise yardi arid then broke the lock on the cell door. Thei prisoner was then able to get away without any . difficulty. The escapee is a half-caste 'aboriginal.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAM COLLISION. Thirteen People Injured. SYDNEY, Monthly. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

TRAM COLLISION. Thirteen People Injured. SYDNEY, .Monday. A. collision between trams at La Per --nse resulted in six passengers receiv ing1, injuries. 'Although the impact', was' not particularly severe it was sufficient ^o throw 'a number of passengers'1' in. m- th trains from their seats. They wore treated at the Coast Hospital. Later. It now transpires that 13 persons were injured. Many sustained a, severe .dialling. The majority received private medical attention.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TATTERSALL'S RACES. Royal Laddies Wins Gift. Chantemerle the Cup. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

TATTERSAUL'S RACES. .- Royal Laddies Wins Gift. Chantemerle the Cup. SYDNEY, Monday. Tho weather Tor the firsi. day's racing in tho Xqw Year turned out hot and hrighb; tho attendance at Randfrick be tas large. Results: — TsT0VTOK HAXDIOAf, 6 furs. 'Walla, 7.13 (Bracken) ? 3 Palmitic-, ti.7 (Hutcliirngs) ? 2 Bonne Chande, 7.10 (Ddbbic ? 3 Other sinners: Karl. San 7^1:}. Goon ,iinwii 7.12, I/iiicsnian 7.12, Hippasia 7.11, Basuto 7.10 Bcrcalda 7.7, Say homo 7.7, War Tax 7.7. Tressadia, 7.7. Moyce 7.C, Maid of Seville 7.A, N.G.Ili. 7.2.' Kenileia 7.2, Valcomen 6.12, TJie Knot^S.12, Powdal 6.7, Tiepid C.7. Bolting: 3 to 1 Gooriananva, 5 to 1 Sayhome, 6 to 1 Maid of Seville, 8 to 1 Llncimiaii, 10 to 1 Bonne OKance, 20 to 1 'Watta. Aifter a blight dolay AVatta from the outside got first away. Passing the five furlongs Saylioralnio and BeriiaMa held the le:uj trom lanesanan, liarl isan anu Gooriiinawn. At the hailii-mile Sayhom'o and BfBi-nalda liold! a length's, lead fi'om X.G 15.. ryine.s...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE RACES. Aneurism Wins Chief Event. NEWCASTLE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

NEWCASTLE RACES. Aneurism Wins Chief Event. ™1^i?'^^3T«'Mond;r Tho Newcastle races were held in fine weather to a. lai'ge attendance. Re sults: — OPENING HANDICAP, 6 furs. Grey Sleeves. 8.7 (Evans)' ? 1 Lonou, 7.0 (Orrcll) ? 2 Trigon1, 8.11, all. 31b. (Honrigan) .... 3 Otlier starters: General Bridges, Mer sinn, Spillway, Prudent Spite. . Belting: 2 to 1 Gi-ey Sleeves, 3 -to ]' . Triigon, 4 lo 1 General Bridges, 6 to 1 Lonou. 8 to 1 Mersina, 12 to 1 Spillway, 25 to 1 Pmdent Spite. Won by two longtlis, a head between second and third. Time, 1.MJ. AATitr.'MDR BDAiNDlOAP. Saona, 8.2 (Qudgley) /. ? %.. 1 Te AVharo, 9.8 (Foley) ? / . . 2 Lihintre, 8.'o (Davies,) ? 3 Other starters : Dickmaa, Duke Ches ter. Iriwilliin, Farallone. ? Jingo Joss,. Sadalena. Bottinig: 5 to 4 Saona, 9 to-2 Faral lone, 6 to 1' Triwilbin, 8 lo 1 Linistro, 10 to 1 Diokman, Tewihare and Duke Ches ter. 20 to 1 others. Won by a length and a .half, a he between second an- third. Time. l.lf). ' ' ' NURSERY 'HANDICAP.'...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.R.C. RACES. Aleconner Wins Standish Handicap. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

V.R.C. RACES. ' Aleboriner Wins Stantlish Handicap. SYDNEY, Monday. Following are the tpsuHs' of tho V.R C Xew Year meeting: — Hurdles: Sir 'Pnim 1. Coronotus 2, Caiibye 3. Betting: 9 to 4 AVonder ljvnpli. 9 lo 2 Cofonntiis, 7 *o 1 Sir Prim or Riveraook, 10 to 1 Ca.ib.vo or Mun day, 12 to 1 Lady Sunderland, 15 to 20 to ] otHers. Sir Pi'im went to the front at the dis tance and won by a length and a lialf- with a similar' diistande separating sec ond ami itliird. Time 3.37-2. Stanilis-h', H'andiea.p: Aleconner 1, ITigMeld 2, Ludoritch 3. Betting: A to I Aleconner, 6 lo 1 Ludoritch and Rari Locin, 8 to 1 Etteifrcd. 12 to 1 High field. 'Aleconner led all the way, win ning by a Tieck, with Ihrcequarters of a lengtli between second and third; Iliime, l.^. Steeplechase: Flash Bob 1. Oanadium 2, Kucla 3. Betting: 4 to 1 Kuda, 9 to 2 Canadium, 6 to 1 Londonderry, 7 to 1 Mooiibai-rn, Artillery Bill and A^en. Er ror, 8 to 1 FlaJi Bob, 10 to 1 Pinion, 15 to 1' Zephuron. AVon by two lengWis wit...

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HINDENBURG'S ONE FINAL EFFORT. To Cleave a Path to Calais. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

HINDENBURGS ONE FINAL ' EFFORT. r To Cleave a Path to Calais. '; (United Sen-ice;) i LONDON. Monday. The 'Daily ilail' correspondent at ' Amsterdam s-ays it is reported from the frontier that Germany is trans porting- gun? and material through Bel gium westward. German spies in Holland arc spread ing1 the report that mow -the winter campaign hafe exhausted ftus.s'ia's re serves of men and ammunition. Hindcu lnu-g1 is preparing for one iinal effort to cleave a path to Calais. -

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HORRORS OF SUBMARINE WAR. Heaving Ship in Heavy Sea. COPENHAGEN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

HORRORS OF SUBMARINE WAR. ? Heaving Ship in Heavy Sea. ' ' j (Heuter's Telegram.) ' COPENHAGEN. iMondav. Siiivivurs of ihc crew of 'the Danish steamer Hroptifctyr. whicli wasj torpedood. .... l-y the U18 off U&hant cui December '22, ^ive htti-ron'ing details. T/horo was a heavy sea. The crew were Ordered to leave t]ic ship. The boats were lowered with diifhaulty.gr Q»e irosi nipped between tJie submarine land the steamer. 'Hio cfaptaiu was crushed to death and his head severed from his , 'body.. Another was killed. Tho submarine 'took tlio re&t of the ereiw aboard. A French destroyer rushe up and tlio suibmanino submerged and es caped a. bIioII by inches. Th© submarine ultimately arrived at Zoebniggo.

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