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ONE DAY FOR RECRUITING APPEAL. State Committee's Idea. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

ONE DAY FOR RECRUITING APPEAL. State Committee's Idea. SYDNEY, Friday. Tlic State neciuiuns uominuiuo is 3onsiderins the advisability of arrang ing to sot apart a definite date, when the whole State will be asked to devote Itself to recruiting for one day, but uo .inality has yet been reached. One; of the features of the campaign is the large number of women who are ilforinq their services to the Recruiting Committee.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prussian Sophistry. EXCUSING THE MARCH THROUGH BELGIUM. AMSTERDAM, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

Prussian Sophistry. EXCUSING THE MARCH THROUGH BELGIUM. . (Reuter's. Telegram.) AMSTERDAM, Fridav One of the Prussjan Diet speakers said: Only brazen inpudonce can des cribe our march through Belgium as un just, after the British preparing for de cades to attack lis. Ho urged the mill tary ? leaders to ruthlessly pursue sub maHnism.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROCKDALE OUTRAGE. Accused Charged and Remanded. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

ROCKDALE OUTRAGE. Accused Charged and Remanded. SYDNEY. Friday. Christian ncnzini; was charged at. the jiolice court with the murder of Dorothy Small, at ? Rochdale. Accused was 're- maaded until JSTouday, on which day the inquest will bo held.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Swiss Fears of Invasion. GERMAN CONCENTRATION NEAR BASLE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

Swiss Fears of Invasion. GERMAN CONCENTRATION NEAR BASLE. (United Service.) LONDON. Fridav. 'i lie Swiss 'i press states that the Ger man concentrations are rapidly contliiu Injr near Basle. ' ?'' ? The Swiss Army Staff fear that an invasion :. Is' contemplated:

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHERY ACHIEVEMENT. Murray Cod Fry Artificially Stripped. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

FISHERY ACHIEVEMENT. Murray Cod Fry Artificially Stripped. SYDNEY. Friday. ?J'iie duel' secretary nas juswoceiveu a report from one of his officers to the effect that for the first time in the his torv of the State the cga;s of the Mur ray cod have been artificially stripped from' the tish. fertilised and hatched, and the rr.y reared until fit for libera tion.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAY HAVE WAR LOAN MONEY BACK. If Unable to Meet Payments. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

MAY HAVE WAR LOAN MONEY BACK. . .If Unable to Meet Payments. SYDNEY. Friday. The Federal Treasurer stated to-day ,hat it was the policy '? of the Govern ne-:t to relieve the subscribers to the War Loan of any hardship incurred by 'inability to' pay the full amounts as ULt'.V LB11 ULIU. If through unemployment or other, :-ea .sonable excuse any person could not continue his payments to the War Loan, arrangements could ''now be made with lie Treasury for the return of the money paid.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARENTS MAKE ALLEGATIONS. C[?]roner Says Hospital Staff Free from Blame. SYDENEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

PARENTS MAKE ALLEGATIONS. Ccroner Says Hospital Staff Free frolm Blame. * ] ' SYDNEY, l'Yidnv. -A t the iiHiuest into the death of Maria Mirablt, aged four years and nine mon ths, at Prince Alfred Hospital,: allega ioiis were made against the hospital Haft' by the child's parents. The coroner after hearing the evii ilence returned a verdict of accidental Icaih from burns, adding that no blame whatever was attachable to the hospital, j svhlch bore a reputation- for good treat- j ne it and administration.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRAISED THE KAISER. I.W.W. Member Fined for Disloyal Utterances. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

PRAISED THE KAISER. j.W.W. Member Fjnecl for Disloyal Utterances. SYDNEY.- Friday. ? Daniel Murpiiy was lined ai-, anu was also ordered to enter into sureties .'or his good behavior at the police soiu-t. tq-uay for using insulting aud seditious words in a public park. He said, among other things, 'The Kaiser is a better man than your King George.' Defendant said that' he was a mem ber of the I.W.W., and was proud of it.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITAIN WANTS MUNITION MAKERS. Asks for Australia's Biggest Supply. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

BRITAIN WANTS MUNITION i MAKERS, Asks for Australia's Biggest Suppjy.^ SYDNEY, JjYiduv. It was stated to-day by ilie Minister for Defence that further drafts of skil ej men would be sent to Great Britain for the purpose of assisting- in the manufacture of munitions. TiTis decision was arrived, at as the result of ,a request from the British Government that as many men as could je spared from Australia would bo made available for this work. The . demand ;or trained men is unlimited, and the need is niost urgent. The great need is for engineering litters, turners, boilermakers and ship workers.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"TURNED US DOWN!" Soldiers in the Trenches. Very Disgusted INVERELL, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

'TURNED US DOWN!' Soldiers ih the Trenches. Very Disgusted .LNT'ERELL, Friday. Jiajor 'Spencer l-awiy, lato of lnreroa, in a letter from (tho front saj&: AVo are | all very uj&guiteil at tlio retult of Uw volo on conscription, as we feel otir oini i people have lumuU iii down very bacllj, liikI X.S. .AValos, s-eemb to have bcui tlio woivst. It is a wicked tiling io think ci' nil tlitfeo -;ood fellow,*, who bavo yoiio under for tlio sika of those who aro loll bchr'nd., who nvhr won t .^tand behind

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAMWORTH DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

TAMW0RTH DISTRICT HOSPITAL. ,,The annual meeting of the hospital oontivbutions will be bold in -the 3Iechim ics' Institute on AVednesday eveuius next, at halt-past 8 o'clock. The report and balance sheot for the past year will be submitted for adoption, and noniina uons tor uie . comnu tee tor jai.7, also for .the position of lion, auditors, will bo presented. The hospital, £.s an institu tion, interests the public of the Tfljn worth and district to an Increasing ox tent each year, and no doubt the meet ing will be attended by a large number of those concerne-l Such of the cable news on this page, so headed has appeared in 'The Times,' and is cabled to Australia by special permission, ft should be understood that the opinions are not those of 'The Times,' unless expressly stated' .to- be so.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. (By "Wakeful."), FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

^ SPORTING NOTES. , (By 'Wakeful.'). .. FIXTURES. JANUARY. .tf'l 23 ^—Tamiworth. . . ??. 26^-Moor Creek. » ?* -^ - 26_lGlen! Innes. # - ? r '? or 27— A.L.H. Qmnndi. , 294iMu3W«llbrook. FEBRUARY. ,. ' i— Worris Creek Amateurs. jX 2, '3— Walcha. 3— Warwick Farm. 8— Uralta. ' ? 10— Canterbury Park. 14,, 15, l(i— Armidale. 17— Rosobill. 21, 22— :QuLriiidi. 24— Jlooreficld. 26— MusTvellbrook. (

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEEL RIVER EROSION. Proposal to Build Retaining Walls. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

PEEL RIVER EROSION. Proposal to Build Retaining Walls, Tho reci'iit heavy floods in the Peel lliver c.uijuii much erobiou nt. vnrioin sput.s, pni't'oiilarly near Piirad'se liridge in the town. The Municipal Council is now considering a scheme to guard ii{;'iiiiiM lurthor era-ion, , At Tuesday night's, meeting Mr. 0. Vk. Wikncr (Jockhurii Shhe. eiiK'ncct' tor warded a .sketch iilan ol norktt Lo pre v-Mit fuithcr erosion «)' the bank of the Uivor at Parndifco .Bridge, lie bliggos ti-d that the 'ranifo ))l(jck.s now in the river nip strewn bo picked up, and a rj.v .Random Hubble ' retaining wall built .ioiniiifi the' end of the present ex l)06ed winy; and brought up to the same level. That during the ljuiidmir of the wall the pi osion at the back to bo filled with clav .'?hale' thoroughly rammed. This class of filling would act as a pud dle and prevent wastage through tho in lerstilcs during any vubseriucnt floods. For .the erosion bolow the bridge he recommended 'tli'at -l\w portion o...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWIMMING IN TAMWORTH. Council to Erect Dressing Sheds. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

?SWIMMING IN TAMWORTH. Council to Erect Dressing Sheds, i Sinco daylight saving came iii swim ming in 'the evening has become very popular in Tanworth. Numhors of- peo ple availing themselves of the suitable state of the river near, the viaduct. At {Tuesday night's meeting of the Municipal Council Aid. Dooley moved: 'That a dressing shod be erected near the viaduct, at an estimated cost oC £3; for the convenience of ladies.' He said that this was an absolute necessity as at the present time there were from two to three hundred people who went bathing every^day near the viaduct. Aldermen seemed inclined to ques tion- this statement, 'but Aid.' Dooley stuck to his guns and added that any night they could see from SO, to 100, and that these were, mostly females, whoso ages ranged from eight to adult ago. ?Some one laughed, and Aid. Dooley said, he- could assure them he was seri ,ous,when he- put this motion, and he would ask the question why the ladies should not be allowed to go in fo...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Western Front. HEAVY ARTILLERY DUELS. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

Western Front. HEAVY ARTILLERY DUELS. (Router's Telegram). .LONDON, Fridav. I'leuj-.uarsliai liatg says: Wo pro gressed at nisht time northward or !36a'uoaui-t and .bombarded the defences eastward .of Boisgronier, and eastward if Ploegsdort. The onemv's art.iljcry is active south ward pr.sauiy saimsei and eastward of Be t.h ii ne. ' '? A Froucli commuiiique says: There is an artillery duel of considerable inten sity m the A'osgcs. Lorraine and Sois sons sectors. The. rest of the front is ?luiet. * ? it»

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

BUSINESS NOTICE.' -here's a special offer — a pair of genuine Stockport Khaki working *?*//* _ Trousers for — I/O I H l 1 ? j XT-OR 'riding, walking, working ^^8^ x or general knockabout wear ^'Sfeiw you'll find the 'The Birdwood' ' ^^fev ' ; Khaki Trousers hard to beat. . ^^^ \ Tht material is sturdy arid the garments ? |ffl j themselves arc well cut and strongly sewn, 'i ? I tm \ RliADY TO lax Fitted with buttons and belt loop*; waist WEAR Iff | lined; usual pockets. If you will fill in «b-m/^-» Kn '? and send us the form below, we will post ' J \5r^ rag I ' you a pair on approval. You incur no m J\J vJuLj !i obligation to purchase. POST I'REE l&St I TEAK OFF ALONG THIS LINE H ' l| ^ ro 1'ikb n nor nuns, limited, ? . i ?ettlSBANJJ. , Data ? ? '. ? I Vlcu*M itost me, as advertised, on approval, one pair , of ready-lo-wcar ' U1HD- I ?WOOO' Stockpoit Khaki Trousers. I enclose 7/G whivh is to Ve refunded to me in full if I decide io return the garments. It is understood that I...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
German Uneasiness. GREAT ANGLO-FRENCH OFFENSIVE LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

German Uneasiness. GREAT ANGLO-FRENCH OFFENSIVE) LONDON, Friday. ?i-iie corrusponueiH :ot tlie 'vossiche ZcituiiK' says .the violent British artil loryihg and the continued ? patrol fights on the West Front are intended to con ceal a vast concentration of troops, in dicating: that the Anglo-French are pre paring- for a great offensive.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

? BUSINESS NOTICES. I ^J$J -^r^^fJ* ? V^^^^^- I Asfaton & Parsons' \j^SJj} /'^S.'v^i) nrw/y ? I Inlanls' Powders ^^?ayfi»**^ ailments common to infancy West Australian Finds Powders Indispensable. ??Whit we would do without Matrican.i Infants' Powders for the babies \ 'I do not know, and we are always recommendinpr thorn to our friends.'— Mr FR4NK. W. FOKWOOU, P.O. Box 26, Kalgoorlie, V/est Australia. ashtqn & parsons' Infants' powders Are intended to ease pain and soothe the child ; check stomach disorders; correct the motions, relieve fever, restlessness, fretfulftess, and similar troubles incidental to the teething period;, and are useful in delayed ot unduly prolonged dentition. Supplied by Royal Command to— ' « H.I. M. THE DOWAGER EMPRESS OF RUSSIA f*Z*&~\ Gafr&Sb »«?'? THE DUCHESS OF FIFE Wmfflg W&mB H R H. THE CROWN PRINCESS OF ROUMANIA W^3T XjSgSff H.I H. THE GRAND DUCHESS OLGA OF RUSSIA ffiEgg BBSS H.RH. PRINCE CAROL OF ROUMANIA H.R.H...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Imperial War Council. DISTINCT CONSULTATIVE BODY MAY ARISE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

Imperial War Council. DISTINCT- CONSULTATIVE BODY MAY ARISE. (United Service). LONDON, Fridav. Mr. Massey, Prime Miuister o£ New Zealand, states that any permanent con sultative body arising from the war | conference will be distinct from the i i-ngn.'. commissioners, uecause the Dom- ' inion Parliaments would desire direct responsibility. Mr. Massey consented to the postpone ment of the conference, till mid March, at South Africa's and Canada's request. It is understood the elections may' prevent Sir Robert Bordcn attending. '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

? IJIPORTAXT TO MOTHERS. ; Every mother who values tho health and cleanliness of bnr child should use Nitoltne. ' One implication kills Xits and Vormin. Beautifies and ctrenethp'tjp the bair. Used extensively nnd successfully for 2» vears., Sold by chemists in larc'p .tins 1/, or nostfd in plain wrapper 1/2. from Tho Nil H Inn P'Oprlr»tnry Co., M l)alley-«treat, Sydney.*

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