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LATEST CASUALTY LIST. Dead 106, Wounded 239, Missing 61. SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
LATEST. CASUALTY LIST/ Dead 106, Wounded- 239, Missing 61. ' ? ? SYDNEY. Wfedmesdav. a.1/'* ?PooU' casualty list total for all states is: Killed in action 79: Died of oiS [m«s or 'other cifuses 27; Wounded ^39; Missing 61'; Sick 510; 'Injured 25 Prisoners of war 9. i ' ? Knied in action, N.S.W:: Gunner -13. (v. Jlcy^lpn. (Drummoyne), L. Last (Mos Pte G Willard (Cheltenham), J2. AVood^ ford (Iiivcrell), Sappev W.-Macyuarie ffiucom.be). Corpl. O: Bi-,i.ce .(Adnmstown Stoveusozi (England), B. A. Bradbury (Tnimworth) W. Price (Stanford MertyiO ??- ^^/W^-ialdiO. Saat-Mhjor W.'lLil hor (Cook's Hill). p,o. jg. T. Hall (AVar lalda), SelW. H. Finch (MarAekvillc), Lnijeo Corporal W. Urquharfc (Summer i 'w . LB- '? iior (suinmoro), T Bow t^y^**0?1' Ml)J°r tt- Harrison, Lind SfE^n^.^^11^^^^ Dicdl nf Wounds or otlipr crfiises: Lanco Corporal H. Lillyn-liito (England Pte. E Lance (Penriy.), W. It. fctnith (Noith Sydney) .Lieut. E. CShappera (Blaynoy), to- »? G. Mills (Parrama,tta- E. Buck tend (C...
STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
3T0CK MOVEMENTS. 1947 Ewes, 35 Rams, Gunriedah to' vn lS-eF- c- Kater' owner: A-e°l H W w^' ^'nsowan; to Emmaville: b^' Twran,uel» »per and in charge. 886- l«nbBt Ta-mwortli - to Boggabri cliaie^'01'1' - 0Wn'r'; - H' ' K^Cl^d »° . 170 Ewes, Tarn worth .^o/Looirierah ? ?p?nT °'' ™n°r'' H' ^se ln charge 210 Ewes, Tamworth to Werris Creek a. A .Black, owner, .per ra-il 108 Wethers, Tamworth 'to Goonoo aoonoo: E. Wilkinson,, owner, in charge 80 Ewes, Tamworth to Duri- Hales and csihin. o.wners; B . Moxon' in clrt.ren i. Phillips, owner,: per; rail: °, i 2214' UunlbsC aoomtSha.ra.hvan -?- ^i.._ lewis: A. w. Everett, owner s Wight man in charge. ' ? - - -B u 100 Mixed Sheep,- Curraibubula to Flom ington: M.*K. Campbell, ^owner, per rail W ftes teabub* to Fleming ton: T. Presland .owner; per rail 7 126 Cattle, Currabuhula to Tamworth J. P. Dennis, owner; . N. Whitten. in ciiarge, 516 Mixed Sheep, Tamworth to Win ton Road: E.' Jowett, owner- w-a Paul in charge. ' 170 Wethers, Tamworth to Ma...
ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
ARM1DALE. ' .-- (From our Correspondent). Itescrmting- is still falling at' the Armi dale depot. Last week only three men wore forward, and since-'' Friday onlv one. The now recruiting staff have not Had a proper opportunity of testing the district yet for further recruits but it is recognised they have an up-hill task, ahead of them; ' ' ? A' sensational motor accident happen ed on the HillKTOVe ttnarl In wliioh- m. P. P. Capper,, of 'Brockstcajl,1.' Armi'' da .6: haa a- very' narrow escape from death'. Mr. Capper was returning home aiDouf midnight in a heavy storm, when suddenly 'a fire-ball struck the ground immediately in front' o£ the car, causing\ it to swerve into the railing-/ of a cul vert. The railing was torn off and all Hie left hand side nf Hid n,v woe « ? tically wrecked. Mr. Capper himself was for' a' while rendered unconscious ' and when hevexamined bhe/'car be/found it just- balanced-' on thei edge- of the em bankment. Mr.' Capper ' had to* walk home— a distance-- o...
ISONS PICTURES. "THE SECRET ORCHARD." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
? , fSON^S PICTURES. . 'THE SEORaM1' ORCEDA^B.' This T-lay ndds to the record of the Ti-»-?fey Comirany. l*lie themo is umis ually strong, tho' situations are often te-ise nnct pnthotio m'tlm extreme, tho nctin-» is 3)oyond. all vraiso.^ tlio plioto ??rapliy nnd tl»'ol sheen beiitity of the film '*, «w»rthy.of tho very i-^fc efforts of this ambitious company. The characterisat ions arc exceptionally fine and Uio por trayal of tlio ch'nf char.iftor has revealed --»?«? ^lot('-^^in tho emotional register of Blanche _Siwpet. Tlioi-o is a tremendously wson in tho play, but it ri-op's out of *»' fncfcs naturally nnd 'losripally, and Miprp is not a trace of piotorial sennonis- 1 ?trj:. Tho interoBt of tho. sDoctator is leld taut from tho first seen© to the very last, i
Fame of Anzac Horsemen. EGYPTIAN GENERAL'S TRIBUTE. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
Fame of Anzac Horsemen* EGYPTIAN GENERAL'S TRIBUTE. (United Son-ice:) LONDON, Wednesday. Tlie Came of the .Anzfic monnlCMl divi-1. ion ib extending. An. Egyptian General writes of the; ilfih ))hysi((uo of the men. lie says: They are aa hard as nails. These aro born horsemen who can stand any am- ? ount o,f arduous campaigning. : They arc keen, cool and resourceful, with an cyo for country uud fine lnnrksmansWp. ?' Thny shine in attuck, and defence, trid when dismounted are iirm believers' in the bayonet. ...
QUIRINDI DISTRICT TROTTING CLUB. Summer Meeting. Whymper Wins Chief Event. QUIRINDI, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
QUIRIN&I DISTRKJT TROTTING CLUB. Summer Meeting. WBymper Wins Chief Event, '' ..,'? QUIRlNDi; Wednesday. ' DikVrL -r ui!,r mee»ns- or the Quirindi District. TrotUng .Club was. held today ResultB^-l ' t0 a ^'y.^^-attendanc. MAIDEN HANDrCAP, 1 mile.' - ^ Bonds b h Airien, Claredo^-Flight, Luu^a A-- scr.1 (W. ..Smith)',; 2;, J. ^.V3' .Other starters: Nancy Huon. AiiJ-.^o.Huon-scr' Betting: Evens othp«''-i,to 1Carin'ia Lass', any price otders,- The, race was a procession, the' tavorite winning- easily^. - Time. 2.4V ?JNHOPPLED1 HANDICAP,,' 1^, miles ' n,'-2; Cameron's b m Bonho.mie, Bon-' mL ^lef-La-3yBm'ith, ,4 years,- 12 be r, hj(n,er,euson)- 1; -E- Cr Langworthy's 2-t ^xi?,rH-' 9 behind ' (LangWorthy) rv.i/?- yorke's- blk. m Gift,.10 behind hinrt #' 3l Other st'artPrs'= EHc 12 be RnA f tah 15 behlind- Betting: Evens RnJi' .to X Keotah- After a great race Bonhomie won by two lengths'. Time, ,,. ^ONY'-HANDrCAPVa Vudle:1 - m^- ? Hall's ch m IIaPPy Medium ^hruArPir?ct-Unk'no^n', ...
LATE SPORT TAMWORTH JOCKEY CLUB. Weights and Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
late/sfort. , ? ^ ? TAMWORTH. JOCICEY CLUB|. r — — ' ' '* \ Weights and Nominations. ?- .Following- are the- weights for the first day of the January meeting of 'the Tarn- 1 worth Jockey Club meeting en Tuesday j next: — ' ' '' \' ' ' I Opening Handicap, 6 furlorigsr Admiral Beatty 9.4, Odd Gun 9.2, Persian Girl 8.10, Iionou. '8.8, Bra,w 'Que'ert 8:5, /My Prospect 8.5f Sir Mostyn 8.4, Flaxman 7.12, After Twelve 7.7, Posida 7.7 Baz etta 7.6, Miss Portland- 1.5, Powlight 7.4, Rose of Redfield'7.4, Yetcot 7.0 Attunga Handicap, 6' furlongs: Khana mckn 9.0, Happy Smile 8.12, Hadleigh 8.9, Teroona .6 Mimer King, 8. '5,' Famous Pet .4. Lyn Lassie 8.2. LarizM n- Mnoir_ away 7.12, Bromide' 7.12, Jolly- Hero 7.10, Malt ' love 7.10, ' Ktpbadol 7 7 Koroal 7.7, Milr.Test 7.7 Watermark: 7.7,.-Coongewai 7.7, Gunada1' 7.7, Rose borough' 7.7. ? , Maiden Handicap, 5 furlongs:' Malt Love. 9.0, Cccbham- Lad -8.7, Phasf Bay .4, S&tinfelt 8.4, Hurdle .Girl 8.3 'Miss. Hyman .0. Namoi Queen 8.0', E...
VICTORIA PARK RACES. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
VICTORIA PARK RACES. '*._,.'?. SYDNEY, Wednesday. ; lunuwmg are cue results of the Vic toria; Park raoes: — , Miaden Handicap: First Division- The Wilner4 Ao parr6reaSh' *- Inwkip 3, Second' division1: Master Poppet 1 Pride-of Lancaster 2 Miss ? Francis 3 Wminer, 6 to 1. ' . thos 1, Ida Jarvis VBaIiosv3. Winner 0 to 1. ' Second division: Miss1 Moi'l, Clovelly 2, Ayrina. 3. Winner, 6 to 1 U. 2 'Maiden Handicap: First division: Warspite 1. Rophoe 2, Molly Medwdth 3 Winner; 5 to 4-. - ' ' Second division: Lord Maryborough 1 CfuilHeld 2, Dardanelles '-3: Winner, 10 w?v°S)lra^ fakes: Ethel Baylnold 1, Why Why 2; Annie H. 3. Winner, 5 to Fl^arr3nai^nner7To.41/SllPerb 2' 14 .2 Handicap: Madam, Rorie 1, Care not «, Close Ca.il 3: Winneiv 10 to L.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
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