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LATEST CABLE NEWS. Sixty New Divisions. URGENTLY WANTED BY ALLIES IN WEST. Only Way to Win War. German System Must be Copied. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917
LATEST CABLE NEWS. Sixty New Divisions. urgently wanted /by allies in ;?- west. , , Only Way to Win War. V German System Must lie Copied. (Published in 'The Timer,.') LONDON, Monday. CoUnM'l Kcping-ton, imlHury correspon dent on ,the 'Timfi'-s,' eti-ikingly de clares the necessity lor securing sixty new divisions -Mt the WfWh front. llf) says Lhi' ibelligcrent* are bbill far nlparfa in blu-ir views as to Lhn bunih (-£ conditions for peace, therefore the eiroi-d aione can decide.,! ' 'lhj' number ol Ji*hiic1i__ lhilisb and Hi Igi.in' (liMjions i' msumeieni Io win a decisive offensive. Supposing we JiaVe 1 two million ami the Prencb three million : we mmst debit the, non-lighters. lU'li»'-) | tiifl war mo supposetl that a 8 io 1 su- j ?perioiji.ty-.was not'too .greab for the at- j taakor. Wo havo notHiinp; like this su-v periority. ' | Victorv c1ot-pih1« upon obtaining it. I Frequently the Nelsonian inaxim that j numbers alonq can annihilate TS 'jbinvTi to ibo correct. Presh divisrons...
SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917
' SORATCHINGS. SYDXT5Y.'1 Monday. ? \ ,1 O. Anniversary meeting: — ; Challenge. Staked 1-oid Malt. Palmi tic. Catania. Tony. ' '. .''.- .Aiinivci'S'ii-y Handicap: CloRorio.. : ..;,.,, :} Phill in Stakes: .Lady ;Egale, , Mehrwln. * First Nursery nnndienp: .Lady ^aaio. A..TO. Ghampagno Stakes: BoWnna, CnA'iinii'cnKaf!oments'. Wweet Slumhora, Bruck 'and Qigantea.
THE CHILDREN'S RESTAURANT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917
T'HE CHILDREN'S . RESTAURANT. 'The members, of the Ladies' Benevo ienf Society, wish ^to- acknowledge with thanks' ' ,the ' ^donations .received: — Red- Crp'Ss fita'Jl^per ,'Mesdames Chaffiey and GodboW, -Vegetables; Mr.-.piider, scones; members -,of the Masonic bodge, cakes and^sai^dw'lcheis^Mrs. Euston King, ve ge't^ibjes'; tMrs: Donaldson !(Duri), ? fruit; Mr8.,-H6race Berry,' fruit.' Prom-the 20th instant' 'until , further notice the ' child ren's 'dtftner .will be 'discontinued on ac count o%_ 'the Salvation 'Army requiring the 'barrack's 'for their own .work. - I
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Fine with Moderate Temperatures. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Fini! with Moderate Tem|jeratures. Wr-:\TEY_ Monday. \ ruUier acute form of the 'col' was o tunti'd over the xN.K. qiiaiter ol Now South 'Wale* on Saturday, and the «n-' -.UKiuil conditions' assdeiated , with this t.vpp o| itvl)itivel.\ 1(JW pressuro tieUveun | i\v two contingupus 'highs' have, been sul UnUally leiliscd \m v- 1 v /-cyclonic thiiwdwstnrniK wore oxporienced al l-n.- inotn-, Gasino and Grafton. Td-dny 'in iriterastino: feature of - tbo prosRuro'-distriibution vdopicted on y.tlu chart. *one '.cries od' dips in the isobars Ikmiik shown oilr the oast coast continont, where .squally thundery conditions should be experienced, «hi!sl, n'Hilihpj» series has f(,rnu-d 'oveir 1ho eastern inland districts..1 iSF Qiieuiisliinrl ami New Month Wales: Theso dovoloimi«iits together with tho Mlii.ifioii this morning.; and Hie ipiiuw of tho bisr 'hicli' pr.esVn-re orei the east ern I' oht poinl in Hip tiisl cusp- to fur ther fihowp'-s on tho co ? r, and hip,hlj...
EMPLOYERS OF LABOR. Workmen's Compensation Act. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917
. -EMPtflYERS.OF^ LABOR. .Workmen's- Compensation Act. ' In pufsuance T$f' our; regular practice of interesting ourselves in any matter of clo|e concern., to producers, it wjll be remembered ihat.^e^ few months ago, and . at the ttme that the Workmen's a-mpensation,,Bill was.- passing through' he Legislature, endeavored to indicate the chief points^ of that measure ' and their .-probable .effect- 'u&ri' country em h ir.,. ? e PUD?lsaed tliat information, tne BIJlhas been' . amended in certain respects, and, fio th'a't'a clear -idea of .the provisions' -of the Act (which comes into force on .Hie -1st July next) -mayfoe at -the disposals of those interested,.^ we now give Driefly, sdme of the provisions, .insofar as they particularly affectwtfol growers.aud othorg cduneoted-'witB-ithe industry. v ' *?' , , ~ . ; (1) Ail employers'.of laibor, are liable. ,' i(a)»If A^empIoys'jB.iand-A'dies wftile B is under compensation 3-rotection.from him, the liability of A 'owisses to -his ...
WHEAT PAYMENTS. START MADE WITH FIRST INSTALMENT. Minimum Should be Raised. Farmers Want 4/, for Next Three Years. Contrast in Treatment of Woll Growers SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917
WHEAT PAYMENTS. -?:'?(?.;- ?y^i:.;.-;-' ,. .. .'-?.??-.. T^!..- ,-..;..'. ... ] '? ' '? ':^y''^' S.TART MADE! WITH FIRST INSTAL MENT. Minimum Should he .Raised. Farmers Want 4/, for Next Three Years. Contrast in Treatment of Woul Growprs SYDNEY. Monday. Uiik ?ruirninjjj 11 licftiuiiinft was made ?rtilb bhe payment bv the wnoat pool ol tbn jiisu instalment of the two shillings nnd sixpence a bushel .All-hough thousands of baj_i,t; -ij wheat' b.ive been delivered .it country railway stations there has 'been apparently no dclinilri arrangement made fm its 10 ouipi/, 101 its -jiat ;i icai.iou, or n-r iii« ifnin of certificates. Mr; Uampbell. secretary of the Kariri 01, and S 111 ii' A sooiation, claims i,hiv uiilc.?B l.lio miminurh i;; raised wh'eat far mers will bo forced out u\ business owinp; to inability to m-ei t expniscs. ' ,. ' Rofcn-ing \,i- the nunitmuirt payment for wheat Mr. Oampbel slays ihiil at lea 1 '1/ .1 bu-liol liould hp guaranteed for the. noxt throe yenih. Tho Cainic...
BOGGABRI PASTORALIST. Death of Mr. W. T. Penrose. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917
BOGGABRI.PASTORALIST. , heath of Mr. W. T. Penrose. Mr.- William Thomas' Ponrosc, an oW , 'thI lilvhl' re.=i-ectorl resident of the BoKgahri district, who was also1 wclKh l.-now'ii in Cun'ie'l.ih -died at Ins resi-' donpo, 'TJetrcat,-' :W-*n. on Thureday week 'Ith in:,t., a^cil 82 years, after a', ?ii'-trncled illriTs-. Tibp funeral, which look place al Bopcnbri, wni. very laipc ly altewl«l Ilin Rot. O. K. Reid ofli c'ii'tinp; -il lh'- 'prrnvo. ' Tho lulu Afr- Penrose , came Io Flofy.',.ri Vi'ri 'district^ fro™* V-ictoi:irt.::il8 ryearsiagovi and was one yif Hi., iir-,6 Io realise tlio great value. : for. astrionjtui'o -of tho : hi,nd ;- thr. dist-'ct. WIh'ti lip purchased the TTopotown 'Park at fJIJ/'IO poi aero 1h-i pi-i-io was regarded i!-} 11 rcmnrkniblo i'o T-lftwcvoiM \n . a. few years bo sold flu- Siiriw-, property for (J0/(! per acre. TTo hod' always1: ;'px^at; fait'v: in :t1io 'fanninK; potentivlit'ies of, thp soil,on the Livpinpol (Plains, and' wus one ol tho earlipft ?'ln...
ADVANCE ON PALESTINE. Anzacs May Take Jerusalem. Is it Worth While? LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917
ADVANCE ON PALESTINE: Anzacs Mdy Take Jerusalem. : Is It Worth While? . 1 ; (Reuter's Telegram). ??.'-.' ''? '. LONDON, Sunday. ?The' possibilities 't an advance on Pale'sthie are .discussed. \ w'eir-iniformed correspondent ol the ''Manchester Guardian' says he expects another quick .march will' bring the lUisawg' to Zazos, which is Urn ley to the coast road. IV (ho, campaign 111 Syri:) cpntih^esMtjwillMJe -necessary u- rai u.» railways to Alexandretto.'- ? ? IU Jjovfti. Prazer, the 'Uully Mnil' cor respondent, say^ the splendid exploits of the Anzacs and territorials are valu able- Ijmjusc they are worrying (ho Turks: but they have neither tho time nor (he streength for vasf adventures in ' 'id Fraz'er .itlds: 1 believe General Alurray will eventually Aake'Merusalem; hul Ilio dreams of °:- united sweep through Asia Minor and Northern Ara bia are mere moonshine.
WEST FRONT. Daily and Nightly Raids by Allies. No Rest for Germans. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917
WEST FRONT. . Daily and Niijhtly Raids by Allies'. ' '; No Rest for Germans. ? ; v ( Dili tod Service)1. '. »i . LONDON, .Sunday. \ ? (Jiuted Service correspondent says. Hint the two d«t.vsi iishiins;' nortli/of -.tlio ?? Ancn 'at the end.'ot' lafal week was not an offensive, -.tout merely a raid, probably the culminating poinl oi a series of coups' de^ main, in which on the .Ypres, and Soinme fronts Hie BritUili ilfinon strated a determined offensives^ spirit, pressing without relaxation dsiy or night, clp,i-rivinig the enemy of repose, learning hiii secrets, and wearing, him out. , 'Phese local combats oocur m the mosl unexpected localities, whilst tln\ artil lery and infanlry keep up offensive war fan, on tho whole front. A. I'Trench correspondent states thaf the Bocli'es' redoubts north of tlie Ahcre arc invulnerable. - ' ? \ ?
SHARPER SUBMARINE WARFARE. Germans Harassing Neutrals. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917
SHARPER SUBMARINE WARFARE. ' - ? Germans Harassiny Neutrals. V ''(Router's Telegram). , ? UJNUON, Sunday. A Copenhagen ' correspondent'. t.uy» shlrpened submarine wan is, evident In the Norih' Sea, where three Germans with revolve™ boarded the Swedish steamer Inc&bqrg, and compelled the jettisoning of the Allies mails and ordei 3d the' steamer to proceed to Gothen .???Th'e-'suibmarine also ? captured a l')an- rt steamer inside Swedish wa tera Another su-Dmarine pursued and captur ed' a Danish-steamer after shelling it.
DEAR BUTTER. FURTHER INCREASE ASKED FOR. Alleged Loss on Dairying Industry. Unsympathetic Federal-Minister. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917
DEAR BUTTER. FURTHER INCREASE ASKED FOR. Alleged Loss on Dairyiny Industry. Unsympathetic Federal- Minister. '. WYRNKV* Mondnv. 'V'i' Ui'ttcr Advisory -t-tijimittpo of nifctorin, required tlie Minister in charge of fooftebuffs, arid commodities (,o V'lniii(. Mm in, to int;icnw- the pi ieev oi butlor to ,1)10 extent of n penny hnlfpon ny per il). .?Oho sppdkor, Mr. A. G. Wilson, sta ted lihnib at the pruiont price . ol* niiltrr' 111 Viijt'r.ilM \ daii.vincu woro losing C.'»aCO(|l-r Week. ll,j gdded that, m \r- weeks' time they would ha.vo torfeitod C-19.5,000. 'llio committop now nslrod tlinO tho price in ''Aiiotrstliji. should be 163/4, whi-'li was considerably helow the fiOiidoil parity nnd nas a fair oompro tni'.c undor (.h« cirMiAtstanbcs. ' 'Spnntor' RViswll' in reply' said lie thouRliti ifc prottv solid in wmr time Uial,' tho. pervplo of ', 'Australia should ha* asked to pay- a lii;',her pii(M« for a commodity produced in ailiundntifp in their own countiiv. The Ilwbtor producer...
LATE TELEGRAMS. BLUE MOUNTAIN TRAGEDY. Two Women Drowned While Bathing. One Tries to Save the Other. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917
LATE TELEGRAMS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BLUE MOUNTAIN TRAGEDY. Two Women Drowned While Bathing. One Tries to Save the Other. SYDNEY, Monday. Two married women, Edith Myers and [Eveline] Ellis, sisters, were drowned in the Fairy Dells swimming bath at the rear of the big boarding establishment in Mount Victoria yesterday afternoon. Nobody actually witnessed the acci- &nbsp; dent, but it is surmised that one wo- man went in for a bathe, and got into difficulties, when the other went to &nbsp; &nbsp; her assistance, both losing their lives. &nbsp; The discovery was made by two men who also went for a swim. The dam &nbsp; contains 20 feet of water in the deep- est part. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mrs. Myers was the mother of four children.
LATEST CASUALTY LIST. Dead 55, Wounded 244, Missing 22. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917
LATEST CASUALTY LIST. ' . Dead 5^ Wnuiidcd 241J , Missing 22. 1 ' . '' \. ? \rJ ' ' ..... ,,./ ''SYONI'lV. Monday . The 264 th .casualty list gives the total for all slates .-as: Killed in .ji.'.tion 8 woimdi'd 244. missing 2a, ? sick 53fi. ?in- died ol wounds 01 other causes 47, iured 2X, prisoners ol war /i. TSSKW SOUTH WALES. , Killert in action: Corpl. .1. Struthers (Mnifjdl luy). Privates J ll.mrocli (Fnmore), VV. Cavanagh (Gunnodah). T)u'd -jf wounds 01 other causeb lJn vn.tt* ,iT?^'^'Rnali :.lv ^.MiivT«ni«nTi/m.- i*^-.n«i ???:r\ ? 'anirlli w.i He (XJilmmdiM), rrivjle-, C H Smith1-- (Tambar Springs), (\. Seal '(England); B- I-pyle ' (Moree),1 P. Lyle (llamilion), A. Maynard «iol»pie)y B- Morrison (Pyrmont), Serfft. T. O'Con nor (Sydney), Privates II Edwardson (Norwav), S Maclainp (Scotland), Uri ver S: Franks (Grenfell)'. Wounded: Driver A Thompson (NTun dle), Privates- --A. Oox ? (D^enman, also iniiiHiiig), K. Smith - (Glen , tnnes), 0. Muller, (SomertoD), ^, Brown (Lamb ton)...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917
DEATH. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MATHEW BIZANT.— At his daughter's residence, Mrs. Oliver Mason, Marius &nbsp; street, on 26th December., Aged 87 &nbsp; years. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; IN MEMORIAM. . &nbsp; &nbsp; MUGIVEN.— In fond and loving memory &nbsp; of Martin Mugiven, who departed this &nbsp; life on the 16th January, 1915. &nbsp; Deeply regretted. R.I.P. &nbsp; Inserted by his loving wife and family &nbsp;
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS WALCHA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917
INTEK-DISTRICT . -TEWS ? : ? + ? u , ? WALCHA. fFrom our Coi respondent ) Mi. P. Dunn, of Dunnvillo, was rid ing after cattle a few' days aco when his horse tell. Ho ivas cut about the face and bad to havo five stitches put in his lip. Mi B Sweeney was yarding a. fat cow at Mr T Bath's slaughter yaiets, Gola, when the. animal lipped his hoise with hci hom& and the nder was also knock ed dtown bv the infuriated ' beast and bruised about) tho arm He was very lucky that he' did not leceave moro ser-- ious injuries , The vital statistics for the quarter ended December 30, 1916, were Birth* 18 ' deaths 5, marriages 3, while theito tils foi tho year were Births 93, doo/ths 27. and marriages 19 PiiVat© Ben M'ann, w«s 'give'n a send off by tho Tia 'Soldiers League and pte' sented ? with . n handsome- g6lS ?wristlet' watch, suitably inisciibed The presenta tion was madp by Mr; Carney. The quarterly revenue leturns for the past quarto-] foi tho Lands Office Bhow cd lands £3693/8/4 , '...
WOOLOMIN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917
' wooLowiin'.'' ''''''' (Fi om i oui i Coj i esTK-nd«ut ) The monthly rainfallifor the year 1916 v as as follows —Jnmrary 312, February 187 Much 3C3, April s242, May 45,' .Tune o3a. July 2Sft' August 370,. Sep tomboi- 230' Ooiobet 35-2 November 292, December -93a- total, 4094 This is one oi the best jeu'j ia,infalli that has fall on to om lot for quite a. number of } (Sirs _ v The wheat ciojis wei'e a failure. Tlie coin what has been sciwn is looking well, w Into * the potato ei op is a heavy ono Lvcoine Ins gjowii' to perfection, but theie has been great difficulty immaking hay owing to the lam falling so often lho local dany men tiro having 'a good time, as t.tr as cream 'retuilis are 'con cerned, but a good 'deal 'of difficulty has been caused 'owing to the-e being no^ In idgo at Bi adys lano and the bdd- r lVer -ios-sing I imay mention that the- cieain \an fr'om the head W D'unean's Orcek, pisses through AVoolamih and ciosses the nvei ab Buidy's liwie and Picks up down - thiough...
P.P. BOARD CASE. Drover Fined. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917
PtP. BOARD CASE. Drover Fined At the CJifnmdi Pol'tp Couit, Morta mo Considme^ diWei, -nils pioceoded against by thVlUnwoith Stock Inspei toi (ifi WoolUtt) ioi tailmcr to pi'ci luco i,a. -onect -ti avening statement ! Deiendant iSleidod gujity On being asiied by th6 Uenoh to state i i,1ig iact, nt i/ho case the Stock 'Inspector stated that the deiendant had a nipb cf Mttlo in h's iiosicssion, and his tiavol mii statemput state'l theie «eio 82 ^teeis, but a hoitd i\-is amongbt thejn uid, on bf ny coiiiiterl, then; ^\gio 83 m the mob. The defendant a\.is iinnk in .insueimi; questions, and' the l-oason ioi fining the heifei A\as, £-iihstnntiatpd on inqum and show eft that riio* statement was. mado out two da-s- bcioio delivery, nnd in tho meantime tho o^nei puii chnscd the lioilci, nnd the ^i^ents nofj ^cte-l to have paituuluis msc'iti^d in tho tiavellmg gtatoment. 'l*lw Inspector, a*-ked foi a fcinall, fine, undep tho cncuHi&tancee, -but lie took action as a raining to otheis ...
TAMWORTH HEROES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917
TAMWORTH HEROES . i Tianco-Obrporal Ctaience G-^ P^e, j B A , of Headqiinitei'b Signallers,' son ol , Mi and Mis T Page, of West Tartl v\oith killed m aotion. in France The 'South Ooast Times.' of Dccom-11 ber 10 publishes the folloAnug account ci a meTnoual seivice held at Helens biugh — 'J'ho locil Piesbvteiian Chuvth, Helcsng bulgb, -was crowded on Sunday night ast when a memorial sea vice m connec tion, -n ith the death of It-ev C G Page, B. 1 , w as hold Mi Page filled the pul I It ot the chinch foi nearly two years tie enlisted shortly aftei the war start jd and went thiough tti9 CRblbpoli cam p^ioin, being killed ul Fianee las-t July rfev -Mi liouiie cotd,uctod the seivice, luknbqis. ot the lecal1 Opango lodges weie n attondancp in their legaria rIhe Town Band played -selected hymns befoie the commencement a-nd at thp concluSuon cf the* se-iv ce in the chinch placed tho Dead Maich, ^liile the congiegation tootl The Helensbuig Til ale Vbiee CJlion also a&sistcd Mi^? In...