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RECRUITING CAMPAIGN. Successful Opening at Maitland. WEST MAITLAND, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

RECRUITING CAMPAIGN. Successful Opening at Maitland. WEST MA.ITLAND, Sunday. The opening meeting in the Hunter electorate of the new recruiting cam paign was held in West Maitland on Friday evening, when a large crowd was I addressed from a platform la front of | the Pictoria Picture Palace by Mr. M. I Charlton, M.H.R., Staff Sergt. Major Clark, and Sergeant R. ,T. Kverson, and Mr. Herron, organisers for the elector ate. The Mayor, Alderman McLauchlin, presided. A 'satisfactory response was made, eight men of flrie^type coming on. to the platform, whilst a number of others pro misecj to consider the- matter.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHRISTMAS AT THE FRONT. Red Cross Presents Warmly Appreciated. LONDON, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

CHRISTMAS AT THE FRONT. Red Cross Presents. IVarmly Appreciated. , (From Australian War Correspondent', 1 ? Captain C. E. -JV. Bean). ? LONDON, January '11. British Headquarters in Prance, Jan uary 9. ? ? ' Despite wild weather, and bleak and' blasted surroundings, the Christmas and New Year for -most of the Australians here has been 'hot without some sparks of brightness^ Conditions have been vastly improved, largely by enormous work on the part of the troops. The health Js in many respects incom parably 'better, chiefly owing to inces sant care on the part of the officers. Beyond this some actual brightness was brought into many soldiers lives,hy the work of the Australian Comforts Fund, whereof it .is Impossible to speak' too warmly. Without humbug it may be aaid that this fund played the part of Father Christmas to many thousands of Australians, even In the very front of tho Somme battle. .The mean pilfering it soldiers parcels,- which was such aft [modifying feature of the Boer...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

ROLL OF HONOR. Private Edgar Woodford, of Middle     Creek, near Gilgai, has been killed in   action in France. The parents received   word to that effect on Thursday, and   that the sad event took place a few days before Christmas. Private Woodford was among the Inverell Kurrajongs     who left in January last, and was at-   tached to the 33rd Battalion. A brother of the deceased soldier was killed in action in July of last year.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

BUCINESS NOTICEC 11URAW - ' ,-*#?* ir^v&j \c, ^ Jdst Bailee - ; ^ \S ?/£' V with the . ?'? '' ' *5pj Z~~^?& Cnlicrira A^^^Oll^v I I Coiiciira - y\ \M,..\-' I Ointment, ' ? ? j For eczemas, rashes, itchings, irri ? ,- , tations, .pirnples, dandruff,1, sore , ' ? '.bands and /baby' humors, Cuti r -- ' cura Soap and Ointment .ar'e -. ' supremely effectiya. , \- -Sample, Each Free by. Post ' «' jtWhhS&p. Skin Book. Address post card: 'R. Towns & Co., Sydney, ? N. S. W.' Sold thrpughout the world-. the BOYD FREE BOOKLET puts / Money into your Pocket It i» jffRIJEU ,'ShoWb,alao how you ' ' _ can - ' ' * ' f *' ' ' -' - '-- *? LliBH BOYD' SEOSTEANS BT KAIL IN 30 SATS. V s It explains ' the Boyd System fully.: / grlves all facts to piove 'that Boyd Shorthand is the Lostdal 'Shorthand ._ , to Learn and to use Over 2000 BOTH ' - SIDSEKTE now in sood positions testify to Boyd's many merits. The Book will be sent FREE on re _»- eeipt of the Coupon below. Till it ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

MARKET REPORTS. . ,- TAMWORT^. W\ T. Caljeott and Co. report last Friday's sale: — '' : - '.Pastry Butter, 9d lb. '' Eggs, 9%'d to l6d per dozen.' Dripping, 4d to 3-%d lb. Brooms, 1/6 to 2/ each -'Tea, 6/9 per 51b. tin. Pines, 8/3 *to:'8/6 case - Passion Pruit, 4/3 per % case. Oranges, 7/6 ca'se. Cj -Oranges, 3/ per y2 case. Apples, 9/ per bus case. vApples, 2/ to 3/ per % case. Pears, 3/ per % case. , ' iPeaches, 2/9 to 6/9 per % case. Nectarines, S/ft,to7/ per, % case. - .Apricots, 2'/ 'to 4/6 per y2 case. . Plums, 3/ to 5/ per % case. ? ' Plums, 2/ ta 2/9 % box - ? .' . Cherry Plums, 2/3 per % box. . ; Tomatoes, 5/6 to '6/9 per %- case. ?Tomatoes, 3/9 to 4/3 per % toox. Cucumbers, 2/ to 4/9 bus case. ( ? Cacum'ibers, 1/ to 1/9 per'%.N- Oniotis, l/'to 1/6, per %.:' ' Potatoes, 2/3 to; 3/ Ter-^.' ' - Potatoes, 10/6 to 11/ p&r bag. ? - \ 'iSquash,- 9djto 1/ per' dozen. '7 .Vegetable Marrows,, j/ to 2/ dozen.. Pumpkins, good, 4/6 to 12/6 dozen ' Pumpkins, small and green, 1/6...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

I WALCHA.— 2600 Ewes, 3, 6 years, guar ? anteed sound mouths, shornNov., well S bred, champion line of, breeders, have S been dry IS months, Coote's 4% H guinea Lincoln Rams joined' middle ? Jan, delivery 1st March. 27/6. Rams m at cost. Offer ( from Ware and Co., Wt Tamworth, ? M BARRABA— 1000 Merino Ewes, 300 3 H years, 700 5 years, 2 earmarks, ages H correct in good condition, shorn Oct,, H delivery end FebP. 23/6. Offer from B Ware and Co., Tamworth. ' 1 HANDY TAMWORTH. v ? 1160 Ewes, 2-tooth to full-anouth, B mostly 4 and 6-tooth, nothing faulty, ? bliorn September, dipped, Uardry ? blood, a tip-top lot, Boonooke blood, ? Rams joined 1st November, and , B worked well. 32/6. ' ' R 900 Bwes, 4, 5 and 61-* years, .mostly 4 H and 5 years, may be a few fjvulty B mouths, shorn October, dipped, good B frames, good condition, 140 marked ? Lincoln Cross Lambs, 2 to 3 months ( B old at foot, fat, given In. 21/. B 430 Mixed Sexes, 2-tooth and rising, H one mark, Uardry blood, shorn early,...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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PROPOSED IMPERIAL CONFERENCE. British Statesman Abuses Australia. Smutts Will Work, Not Talk. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

PROPOSED IMPERIAL CONFER-* ; enc£. ? ? .Brjtrsh Statesman Abus.es Australia. Smutts Will Work/ Not Talk. , : I ™ a 5 (Houlev1.; TeleKRiiu). LONDON,1 Sunday. A distinguished statesman appeals to Australia not 10 wreck the jmuprlul con ference. , He declares il. is the biggest reform ! ever attempted in imperial relations, re cognising (he, freedom, rights, power, and destiny of the Dominions as never before; but when this point it; at last. rea.'.ihe!fK!: AiiRtrfiliiL-'. mwp'lv :': «fhapir« ;ilip ' mother, .country in ? tho face, declaring that she cannol 'adjust her domestic poli tics at! the most critical moment of the war. I ., , II ia believed that flic Covcrnme/it has strongly represented to t.'e Domin ions th'e difference btween the proposed Empire war council and past Imperial conferences. This poinl if evidently now impressing South Africa. (3eneral Smuts', who ha« been invited to, the eon terencb, is «-tionc,ly aversefo giving up the campaign in Africa uiiTil victory is comp...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

, SuCh of the cable news pn this page, so headed has appeared in 'The Times/' and is cabled to Australia' by special permission. It should be understood that the opinions are not those of 'The! Times,'.1 unless expressly stated to ? be SO. . ??.'-. .-.- ? '? .-?;??/ '?'

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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GENERAL WAR CABLES. GERMANS ROUSED TO FURY. Allies' Peace Terms. At Least Half "Sheer Madness." "The Most Stupid Bluff." LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

GENERAL WAR CABLES. ??',; ? fi::;-,;:,,, ~- 'i» .... .,: ..y,'.':Uy^-(;/'*?:} GERMANS ROUSED: TO, FURY. ? .Allies' Peace Terms. At Least Hp.lf 'Sheer Madness.' 'The Most Stupid Bluff.' ? (Reuter's Telegram.) ? , I.ON'DON, Sunday. KollowinK the diplomatic Notes tho London, Pari ,inrt Rome prp' ,nc point ing out tho clumsy mendacity and hypo cricy of Germany's Note; to neutrals Th,e 'Times' correspondent al Amster dtmi sayw the German press virulently reply to the Allies! No.te. . The .rich Stock of exnlOSives in t.h« RArninn Inn. puoge is iirovinft insufllclent / * A typical corrfment is in the 'Volks Zeitung' w,hich says: The Entente No'to h-is lei fall th(- vizoi behind -which we recosrnise the face of the hyena with the. Intention of predatory murder. An Amsterdn.m message from Berlin ' states the Emperors e.f Austria, and Hul gavi'a and the heir apparent io the Turk ish' throne are coining; io Berlin fo cele brate the KtiiHf-r'K birthday when a manifesto will lie issued to the nv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

I , [ ? ? A Line of Pillow Slips At Very Special Values Every now and again we drop across a line wlhich we are able io get at a, speeiail price, especially when the seller wants ;tbo ready cash. ' This ij& a fnse like that. ? ' j&i^fcr^. PILLOW SLIPS AT SAVING /sBK™\ '- ' PmcES- ' '*' ' / iw! 5^\ A , Made of strong1 jbJllow' irpttton, ^inost lf= !W'\/»' durable. ? - 1? \ / ^^ Priced at 10y2d, l'.i^d, 1/G, 1/0. t J %dp - Two olher'lines, but frilled, at 1/3 and t-T= ^oT ' Vii CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, 284, 286, 288, 290 PEEL STREET, TAMWORTH. COCKBURN SHIRE. j ? - r j I TENDERS will bo received at this ; [Office up to noon on Wednesday, 17th I instant, for Contract 8/16 Main Nor Itbern Road. Specification at Shire [Office. I ,A. C. McL-EOD, ' I Shire Clerk. GOOD LINES OF CROSSBREDS. HANDY GTJNNEDAH. 3000 Lincoln Crossbred Lambs, over 2000 are Three-quarter Tared, mixed sexes as dropped, July/ August drop, , well-grown .shorn December, splen did quality and...

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IRON MOULDERS GOING BACK. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

IRON MOULDERS GOING BACK. SYDNEY, Monday. ? ? , ? . ;.;-. '-»- ??-' ^ '?'?.?;, ??' -'??,??;? --?, ?.-??? ?-- :-,.,;' . ?'. '.?? This mornlni? a.bout KW raouldnri, puj ployed by private nrms resumed work.

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MENINGITIS AT MAITLAND. WEST MAITLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

MENINGITIS AT MAITLAND. ? WEST MAI TL AND. Monday.' Anothe.r death from ?meningitis has oocurred; James, Gibson) '.aged; 13 years, eucoivnibedl ' to nliT attack' of that fatal, ooniplaint.in the Maitland' Hospital, on SuiKlay; evening! last, Deceased had only; been ill; alboiit a week. '. \ '. . ? ? ? v

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STAMP AND PROBATE DUTY. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

STAMP AND PROBATE DUTY. ' SYDNEY,' Monday. The amount of stamp' duty' received in/ Sydney last .week in tPRneol of probate and letters of administration was -C8203.

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ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

ROLL OF HONOR. ?Mrs. P. Oarey; 'Kia-Ora,' Limbri, has been notiJied that her son, Pi-ivate 'R: Oarey,.' has- -been admitted' to the-3ra Australian General Bospital, suffering . from trench feet (mild). '-

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MORE TROUBLE IN BAKING TRADE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

MORE TROUBLE IN BAKING TRADE. - ' . .SYDNEY,, Monday. Tt iSvKQpq/stedj tluil^thc. trouble in the baking' trade over ili('- action oL an em ployee, who i', 'alleged to have refused to pay his arrears of contributions Ik likely to involve the whole industry.;'!

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SUNDAY WORK DISPUTE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

SUNDAY WORK DISPUTE. ' ' KYJ)NJ-JY, Monday. ,The steel works dispute a; Newcastle was referred 10 Judge KQniuiiils thin morning. ? 1-Hs Honor recommended that Ihn par tioa should: confer in private. Jt i;i ho-' lieved tin.1 dolguli'H will recommend the men to work on Sundays.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

? i VISIONS OF WEALTH visit us, all, at times, but are' not likely to come true without the good health which will, enable us.to.grasp tho wealth that continual striving brings. Nothing Js ,so sure to ,pull down the vitality as tne constant Colds, Coughs, and Catar rh, which, afflict so many people, and nothjng will -.so surely prevent those weakening diseasos as Dr. Sheldon's New ?Discovery for Coughs and Colds, that 're- markably curative medicine for all, dis orders of the Nose, Throat, and Lungs. roniB\,new scientific specific is unsur passed, it will', quickly relievo the most obstinate Coughs, tho, worst cases, of ?Hoarseness, Sore, Throat, or Catarrhal discharge from the eyes or nose, it is OTarantaed. Try It. Price,' X./C and 3/. Obtainable at Q. S. Dalton *

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NO EARLY STATE ELECTION. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

NO EARLY STATE ELECTION. N r ? ' SYDNEY, Monday. ??Ministers, are ?- lnshly amiibed at the report thai an early election hy^ been rendered 'necessary because of ,'. tho straighteneJ finanoial circumstances! One Minister said if wat, jusf Ihn very reason that would cause, any (3overn ment rto try in avoid ah eleetion; s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

BACKACHE AND KIDNEY TROUBLE MY KIDNEYS WOULD TUROB. AND ,'..\S0ME NIGiHTiS I COULD NOT ,J SLEEP, AT ALL.' I suffered terribly from Backache and Kidney Troublo for about six years, and at times the pain was so ,bad' that I would groan with it,'-' writes Mrs. H. Burmeister,' 12 Channel-street,' Ballarat* B.,,Vic. '(At times ,my\ Kidneys w.o il'l chrob for tho^ were the weakest part ui my, body. I was .so bad at times that i 2ould not lie, on myback, and som higius could not sleep at all, 1 felt so weak. I tried all kinds of advertised remedies ftnd .pills, but none seemod to help me In the leasts and I wa sreally run down. A kind friend recommended* me to try Dr. Sheldon's (Jin Pills, jvn'lolf I dia, and after the first few doses' I feltMey were going to do me good. I have only taken a small courso of them, andfeel excel lent, I can sleep well^ eat well, and do my household duties without a bit of trouble or pain, and I foel as happy as the days are long.' Pr. Sheldon^s Gin Pills are ...

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FANTAN AND PAKAPU. Chinese Den Raided. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

FANTAN AND PAKAPU. Chinese Dnn Raided. SYDNEY, Monday. ' Twenty Chinese fan Ian and pnluipu players were arrested uti premises in Sussex-street ' on, Saturday together with fivo while men. All 'appeared a( the police courl lo Jay. 'I he doorkeeper was fined '£3 0, md 1 110 olhtr defendants £2,-each.

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