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PATRIOTIC PICTURE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

PATRIOTIC PICTURE SHOW. Next Tuesday the first night of tho races tho public is invited1 to a Patriotic picture show at Isons Open- Am- Picture Palace. An unusual and interesting piograraine is to be provided..-, A speak ers coming from Sydney io explain -tho purpose^ of tho Win, tho War, League, the Town Band will, give a rocHal. Mr. vom-tnoy-iHood has kindly promised to sing a patriotic song, while- the' films have 'been specially chosen, from a pat riotic point 'of view. ' Tho. purpose of tho Patiiotio picture show 'is to make neoplo think of the war, and fco show them some ways of helping to win the war. It is, hoped that everyone will try to attend and by doing bo h'oip to warm tho -pulse of patriotic fooling* in Tmn worth. The members of tho Ctrl'-- As sociation propose to «iell lofrcshiiients to assist in defraying tbe~\}xper.,»os of ire* nicture show which is open io tho public fieo of hcarge. ? *

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL-TRADE ECONOMY. Endorsement of "John Bridge" Policy. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

, WOOL-TRADE ECONOMY. Endorsement of 'John Bridge' Policy. early twelve months £go, the firm of John Bridge and Co.,- Ltd. inaugurated, jn the interests of woolgrowers,' their campaign of economy in' the wooltrade, this campaign^ being primarily Jntended as a definite barrier against 'the ? threa tened increase' in. the ''selling charges, antf prompted, also,1' by- the requirements of the, war period, with its attendant, drastic* taxation. There were not, a few at the. time, ?who,' loss far-seeing and' enterprising, perhaps, than John Bridge and Co., pre dicted, as the result of the withdrawal of their wool canvassers, a serious set ba'ck for the firm. ^' _- , ., These critics appeared to ibe of the opinion that the great wool trade of this State could not be satisfactorily carried on -without the intervention of1 a costly, wooksnyassing 'system,' - mairitaine'd, chiefly! it would seem, fpr the purpose of endeavouring to influence growers as to the channel through which their pro du...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRUELLY ILL-TREATING A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

I CRUELLY ILL-TREATING A :H0RSE. H At. tlie Police Court .on Thursday, bo H fore Mr. H. F. Roberts. P.M.. the- pol ? ice proceeded against John Ma gill for H (.-molly nltre.jting) a hovso by working it H ulul&t suffering from &or© shoulders. H Defondant pleaded Ruilty. B '&gt Doian stated that defendant was I ™t)Ioyed by A. Bbolan. storekeeper, at, | Attunga. and! witness met him about, 5 | 'nilos from Tamworth driving a Uorso I w-lnoh had three sores on its shoulders I hiReor than half, a crown; AVitnejs not I jced blood oozing from un'dor tho cbl I lar. -, t I on?1'* ,boill!r tlie fil'^ '6fferice a fino of I 20/ w!tli 6/ costs was imp osed.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ISON'S PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

ISON'S PIcfURES At the above picture-palace to-night, will be screened the first of the Red j Feather Photo-plays, a five-part drama | tic production entitled 'The' Path of Happiness,' featuring Violet Mersereau. In addition to the special feature, a full I supporting programme will be scree'ned.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
German Raider PROLONGED CRUISE UNLIKELY. (Published in "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

Ge man Raider PROLONfe.ED, CRUISE OWLIKELY. -- (Pulilisdied in rt'j'Jie j'imcK.') .**. I /I VIM. IV Tlini-sjlav. 'The 'Times1'.' foaval, correspondent sayi : Tho toider is probably iihins the St. Theodon, au a supply scout. It is, unlilcily ihi- cornair will bo able to (prolong the crulso; ' She 'niu&t constant ly sihitt he.r ' sphere Cot- activity. Her : destruction' is largely .-{I'matter of time, patience and luck. ? ? ' Such tiie cn'ile news on this p^ sb headed has appeared in 'The Times,' and is cabled -to -Australia by special permission. It should lie understood th|t the Qpihfons are not those of 'The, Times,' unless ^cxprfesiy stated to be t SO. ????..- ???? ' ????. ' ???,-? .-:? .-?: ' ??';- - .'?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRICE OF MELBOURNE TRAMWAYS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

' PRICE OF MELBOURNE % :-' tramways. : '. -y -\ N- ?? v ._ ' ??NY-UXKY- TliniMlav' Til Melbourne to-day Mr: Justice Cus seii »nrnrd(-l £335i000A;compensation to tin Mi'ibouriK ,Ti .j in w.i y, Omnibus v('ov , vh'ose tnimway f,yKt( rn was recently Uik-n over by the Government.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

BIG RUN ON BOYS' ..PANAMAS.. 1£ you -\vaut your. -son to lie ultra smart and well dressed- got ihiln oue of tlieso Panamas. ? ,' , , ' ? '»'?./'.'. i ., Tlicy'rc great. ? , ' , .' ^ ? ?/' , ? _ - You'll never g-ct one so cheap again.' \ ' ' You'll « over get .one, so g-o-od, in quality as so low a price. ' ' -' , There's a run -on lliein already1 and they're only just unpacked. ' '- '' iSuiarl in sliu.pei /'?'.?'' \- ' -/T~ '). ,''''?? Durable hi quality. ''-',,,, , , ' , All -sizes. ' ' ' ''.„' ' -^ ' ?' . . . ,' Boys' Panama Hats, 2in. Brinis, Strap Bandsv6/ll, 7/11, 8/6, CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, , 284, 286, 288, 290 PEEL STREET, TAMWORTH. . SOUTHBROOK. . CliEAP Slieep Country, / near Tenter ficld. *2533 acres, 'hilly- country, 900 acres ringbarked, '?securely fenced with netting. Permanently watered' by creeks. Good cottage 5 rooms,, sheds, yards, etc. ' Title, 40 . years' lease. Price, 4/6 per acre for & quick sale.' Ware and' Co., Agents, Tam wortli. i , CHE...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAVERLEY COUNCIL SCANDAL. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

WAVERLEY COUNCIL SCANDAL. ' SYDNEY. 'Thm-dav, The decisiQn 6f Iluf Wavorley Council not 1o undertake , further proHccutions ill conne*ction with the recent scandal ha: been considered by the i ocul (Jov e'rnmeut' Department. Presh ilovi lopmoiits are possible,

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

? BU3INESS NOTICES. I \Z ^, For Infants* invalids. 'di.^fei ' ^H ^^H ^BjB^ ^?IBr r JBd &^k ^%t MFtb -J^flPI ^^ 'Admirabl7 adapted to the wants nfinfanls.' M ££ CjBT B» « - ~ ? — Sir Cha*. A. Cameron. Ca.MJ-. A ^^ Wr *??*, , . _ A Mother's _TestimonT : Mrs, J. Kais. 6l Kocklnfiham Road. Doncastcr. writes :' DOCTOR ? . ADVISED ME TO GIVE MY TWIN BOYS OF SIX WEEKS OLD YOUR NEAVES FOOD. - , I have reason to be grateful to my Doctor for his advice, because I have never lost a riaOifs rest : , wilh any of my children, and they have cut their teeth without any trouble. Your Food also does , away with all need of medicine and castor oil.'— 22nd August 1912. ' Britith Medical Journal t 'Well adapted fof the use of children and aded people . '*; . . . much used by mothers nursing and by invalids.' Has for many years been used In the Russian Imperial Family. Btoarly BO YaarV Reputation. COLD MEDA18 London, 1900 & 1906, qfto-Partg. I ',«., NEAVE'S MILK FOOD. ~~L - SWRTHOSE'REQUI...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russo-Roumanian Front. GERMANS ADMIT ENEMY SUCCESS. Tall Tale About Aeroplane Fights. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

Russo-Rouraanian Front. GERMANS ADMIT ENEMY SUCCESS. Jf.ll Talc About. Aeroplane Figlits. ' -. (Reuter's Tcieeraiu.1 . - .LONDON. .TliiiKiini. Auermu official says: Tho artillery liatllo has increased in violence, at sev eral poinlH on (lie West. The fJua'so:Roumanians fiercely ni linuotl attacks east of (he O.irpiilMans with heavy masses of men against the .UniKht positions we recently 'snatched'* and . succeeded in ga-iping a footing uu one himmriit, Iml were, roiiuKcd eke where. The advanced Turkish posts new Vadeni weroi witudwwu boioio tuporlor forces. It elnijtiH tliat- during an . unspecified period sixteen*;: German^ aeroplanes wore iosf-. m. fight as.'comparedwjth (!8 of tlio Allies, of which 22 wore, captured. .-Roumanian communiques, which'-. were tonpoMirily suspended resumed on Jan nary J8. They state e.ncniy counter attacks wor-j repulse'd 'wit.li great lohi;. We maintain our posoilkmi Mine is ire eiprocal bombardment on the f^unulir, the Russo-Uou,manian llcci partici...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED THEFT OF STAMPS Over £700 Involved. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

' ALLEGED THEFT OF STAMPS Over £700 involved. - SYDNEY. .Tl/u.-Mii'.v. , .At the police -'OBu\'t to-day Henry aiorow was remanded on a chargo ol liiiving stolen postage, and duty stamps, valued at £742! Sergeant Mitchell explained thnl ui1 c'us.ed had bciin employed as a r'lrrlc in t.h(i.\country orde'r^JdeJiarlment ol Ant lion.i Hordern a\id* Sons Ltd. The ullr ijetl th oft extended over ?' period of two yWrs. . t ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pro-German Chinese, NEWSPAPER SUPPLY FANCIFUL WAR NEWS. Huns Trying to Capture Chinese After War Trade. (Published in "The Times.") PEKING, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

Pro-German Chinese, NEWSPAPERS (SUPPLY FANCIFUL WAR NEWS. Huns, Tryiim 'to ? Capture-Chinese Alter War\ Trade. (Publisiied iu ''The Times.') ? IMilKlWG. Tihur-ilav. The Germans luivc jiiviuircd two scur rilous newspapers in North China, l'e king is'- supplied with columns daily (if fanciful war iiewsj, largely concootnd locally. The propaganda ha& h»d burnt !tuceos-s uj) country, hut lho ma&b of Chinese are Mndifferent? and nro not pro (Jerman. ?-:.?:? ????'?: The prestige of Germany is liigk among tho military leaders, -who 'virtu ally control rho'uoVGriiinent. Germans nru -preparing to osplolt China aftor tlio war and largo funtw ,iru uvHilyhle Ut offer l'uvor.ilile term! in future enterprises. .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DELUDED-SETTLERS. [?]uaranteed Railway Not Forthcoming. SYDNEY, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

DELUDED . 'SETTLERS. guaranteed Ryilway N^it Forthcoming. SYDNF.Y. Thur^lav: ?; 'I bo Minister for Worics admitted thai t, deputation, made, out a ^it\t} o.iw lor tin;1 completion of the railway from Nim ui'-f;i,bel to Bomibala; but ;exp'lained tha.t the work had been suspended owing to the stringency ol the money market. ' tie added the settlers who had taken 'up la'nd on (he. guarantee of Uic rfiilwuy dieServed every, consideration.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russian Reactionaries. ATTEMPT TO DEFY PUBLIC OPINION. (Published in "The Times.") PETROGRAD, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

\ ^ Russian Reactionaries. ATTEMPT TO DEFY PUBLIC . OfHNION. - (Puhditthedin 'The Time .') - PETROfi-RiAn. Thuisiki. Tliore ih: a reactionary majority 'M tho TCii'i|-iro fjouuell. Consequent on frosli nontlnatlona twelve -Rtoscow munl cipiil elections worn quashed, owingvto : the result ibeing overwhelmingly; indlcaV, tive of -opposition 1 to .the Goyernment. * The '.Rusay Y.'ivolya' ways: The limiililiiK is evidence of! blind resent ment agsiin.,! public opinion. UiJjprws dented \demonsstrations are Occurring i» sjnnpathy with. IiidunliofC. (Renter's.; Telegram.) PETltbGhAD, T'mr day. H is uudorhtood rex-Foreign Jliaister, Sazonoffi has ?succeeded M. BeckendorB, of the London. Embassy.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STILL WANT 16,500 A MONTH. Recruits in Australia SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

STILL WANT 16,500 A MONTH. Recruits in Australia. . SVDNKY. ThurVduv. Iforthe week ended .litnuiiry 13th,' 929 iiwi enlisted in Australia unde'r Hip auspices ot' tljo new recruiting cajn paign. ?Mr. Miickinnon, dire-otor of recruiting, says the'' War Office request i.s si ill for Ki.EiOO men ;- month. We wanted rein-' forcements for 1*00,000 men »t Iho front.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
British Shell Makers Beat American. SECURE UNITED STATES NAVY CONTRACTS. WASHINGTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

British Shell Makers Beat American. SECURE UNITED STATES NAVY . , ' C9NTRACTS. (Reutur'6, Telegram.) !-5t;.V^:^5;.^sffll^T^^^::mim-siay^ he«rf)t,iiy Dunioly 'hsi' )i«iirtlcU --0'l- tracts to Hadfields ? -Liml,tod, Englftrid, for shells for thousirof the.' navy to the viilim of IS.1 00,000 dollara. The bid:j, of American linns ivcro more thmi' two hundred dollars li-r s In 11 Ui oxd'Htt of tho British firm. The poriiid of delivery' 'was ^nearly douhlo.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIER'S AWKWARD FIX. Unable to Climb up Cliff. SYDNEY, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

SttLDlER'S AWKWARD FIX. v ' ? Unable to Clinjli up Cliff. ' .. .: '.SYDNEY. Thur«(l.iT. Gteorge ' Alt;K;i.y.. fv'.returned ^qldier. icioonded the clfli between Hen Bucker and, South Head on Tuesday morning for the'j purpose of fishing, hut 'through one it' vj-jis , arms having', been rcuilcrodi prac ije:iLlv useless at the front he w»a un able to climb up. 'again %and was not res '.?ucd until this morning/ none the worse f,or his adventure. % I '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING FOR MOLYBDENITE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

MININCi FOR MOLYBDENITE. At 'tlio TiiiH'viorfcli AVurdeitis Cuurt on 'I'hursduy Alfred 3£rlwmd Taylor &|-]-Iic-d lor permifcsioii U) miiieifoi jrolydenite on land occupied- -li.v An'diww Syisiux. - Ap t-li«uii stilted tlint: occupied was agree- . tuble; .tovhis working'1 the ;l.inid jou '';? f-prtaiu I 'tui'ins arranged hot-Hcon them. The ap- i l)lic!it:on wn,s granted foV 1-' months.. '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHY THERE ARE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

WHY THERE ARE UNEMPLOYED. Tluee tirade ' tuiiowilits who fougi'st the' rcferenUuin upon1.: the ground priii\ cipally that Australia1 required sill her,1 reuwiinkfg' iiion to carry on lioimc indus ? tries must find it hard to reconcile the;' prcfeCii.t position. There urr thousands? of niou oul -of work in Hvilnev alone. Tli.cre' are ,1 pOO nuernber^ of the United Laborers' I~iwiiii s=aid t-- be idle, and the various unions connected with the mil-way*. -J.ite that their unemployed aggregu'te ubout 2000. There arc. other | unions similarly cifcuinfetaiKicd. The pfeition is very bad 'indeed for- a. coun- i try which i.-i not invaded, and h;i.v all its i \.\~l undeveloped resources at it.V'orn uiiuid. The war ha Liken Cully 300,000 iiion from Vusiraliu. all of whom ave of the class' engaged in peace time in ; ' .iteeful 'occupations. The places of liicse iiien hiive been filled; -yet iiij evers capital city in the Common-wealth - to day tiieixj,-ave anaiies of ummiploycd, and the riMiks...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S REMARKABLE STORY. Drugged and Robbed. Magistrate Says "Peculiar and Unconvincing. SYDNEY, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

WOMEN'S REMARKABLE STORY. Drtujpd and Robbed. . Magistrate Says ''Peculiar and 1 :- Unconvincing.' ' A young woman, Arnolia Daw'son, charged John Towers at the police court lo-day with .^having stolen: » dift jrond ring, -.and sold bangle valued at Prpsecutrix lolrt an extraordinary ,3Uj'y. She stated that whiler she whs 'looking vafter d hi.ill nt ,thc Crystal Pal I ^p Amusement H»1I accused, and :m--- (iher inuri apked if j-ho was s-iclt. Kho 'icpii'.'d in Iho affirmative, whereupon one hiindod her some;medicine which s'le drank. The next she rememberetl -M:; waking '-iip and (finding herself in at dark ro-»n jn a house whose locality she «rlid uot. know. A; woman and man pl» rcd lier in a motor cat and drove her to Oxford-Jitreeiu She 'discovered her jiirsc and jewellers were koiki. The magistrate remarked that the rtvl ?]-iti^o was too peculiar and unconvinc ing for him to f^rid (he case to the iurj. Towers was thereupon discharged:

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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