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THE ENGLISH MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917
THE ENGLISH MAIL. M'iiils for the United Kingdom and lOuropo w.ill oloso «t the (^.l'.O. at 5.80 p.in.on Tuesday n-vxt. Such of the oable news on 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 'Th« Times,' unless expressly stated to to so.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917
The Great Summer Fair , At The Palace of Trade Will commence Thursday, January 25th A Most Fascinating Event. Keeii a Jiglit lianil on your purse till this grand' economy event eventuate.:.. Then' come mid siiiilo- ?while } ok- gather tho, richest h.itrvest'*£ money fetiv. iu'3, that' over you reaped in your lljfe, iu spite oj'. t'lie^gTcat-.advaiiec in price* owing to the war.^- :|,' _ ,.,„-, ': ! Wo u'i'c busy as bees in u hive cutting down the prices to the bone'. -/ Wu 'ucver carry over our slocks to the next season. - IT WILL BE YOUR MOVE NEXT ? ? '}[ AVaifuulil you see (ho colossal values ivc me going- to 'offer. Look out for some gi'dai bargains in. Alii I hi cry and' Showroom Wear.,; ' ' Ladies, — Don't i'nil to .see the .Millinery and Costume Bargains in' our ?windows winch will be lighted up, -i'or your benefit to-night and every night this week. , ' ' CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, 284, 286, 288, 290 PEEL STREET, TAMWORTH. FOR SALE.— Three Llgkt Draught Hor ses, 4 y...
FORGED MILITARY PAPERS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917
FORGED MILITARY PAPERS. Every effort is to be made by the De fonce Department to trace the persons guilty ot forginj* or. altering- certificates of discharge, nnd trafficking in them. Bach certificate ? before issue wilt be numbered to correspond with the num erical record. Official forms will be kept by responsible o)flcers under lock and key.
PROTEST AGAINST DAYLIGHT SAVING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917
PROTEST AGAINST DAYLIGHT SAVING. At a hu-sely attended mvut'in' of tho Tnniworth I'. L. League, tho following resolution was luiuininiously carried. . , 'That tin's league enter an emphatic protest again.-.* the Daylight Saving scheme, and consider same inimical to fche best interests of tho coimnunitv nvirl iirees upon the K«dernl Goveraniant an imni|ediate cesbatiou of such a faicial 'lic-ihure.' It was decided to u.sk th& co-opwatioil of all leagues and unioiib iji tho mutter, and make a uuilud u.ppu-il a»ahiit tho ai ensure. ?
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917
PERSONAL. ,'V'ivj, lia.s just been received that . LieutenauC \Y. Jj. 'J'reunery at one time oi' the Commercial IBank, Tounvortli hab boon awarded the uMihtary Cross. A farewell evening was tendered Mr. R Downey, by_ a number of his friends at Sands' cafe. Sergt. W. T. ,Doran, who presided over the gathering, presen ted Mr. Downey with a smoker's outfit on behalf of those present, and spoke of his many good qualities, and his re marks were supported by all present. .Mr. Downey in responding said though leaving Tamworth ho 'hoped to again meet the many good 'friends he had made during 1US stay .here. Tho even Ing terminated with a number of musi cal Hems.
RUSSIAN POLITICAL CRISIS. Unpopular New Ministers. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917
RUSSIAN POLITICAL CRISIS. ? Unpopular New Ministers. (Kentcr'a Telegram.) LONDON. S.ifmrdiiv.. Router's correspondent at Petroaiivul slules that the arliournment- of Hie Dunn on the eve -of its. re-assombling caused nn surprise in viiew of :the recent changer' wliicn mil'ifled the lio.'ies Mint Parliament niirt Ministers would cordially cooper ta». Tn connection with, hip r^-iKir-iuim -n the Minister for War. M Shuvaieff. dt lii's ben recalled Umt it wa.s he whose flompfnor and patriotic sueech in No vember aroused an outburst of enthusi asm. The- la-test developments Ulsn conn ]wise the )-€sif?naitlon of.Prinfe Volkonv sVv. the Assistant M^n'pter fov tlie Tn 1-erJor. wiho 1? exceedingly popular with members of the Duma.
ANNUAL MEETING OF TAMWORTH P.L.L. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917
ANNUAL MEETING OF, TAMWORTH j , P.L.L. '.U tlie A'liiimil uici'tiiiK of the Tain uorlh branch of tho I'.L.li. there was n largo attendance of members, and much interest was evidenced in the proceed ings.' A lengthy Report and Balance .Slieot wore road and adopted. The IU1 port showed the leayuo to be a very active body -with a membership in tho vicinity of 300 with every evidence of a largo iiicrense in moinbei-'-liip in the* iiu.u- future'. ' The election of ofhc-cj's for tlu- ensuing year resulted us follows: President Mr. '\V- -T- Sculley (ro-elclcted) V'co-Pi-esidouts : Mcs-m-.s. Sloraari, Rae, P. Scully, Hilton. Dooley. Coffey nnd Mellon. . ' (secretary: Mr J. Par ton. Pie«- Secretaries: .Messrs. Mollon and !P. Scully. IDelegates to TClec-tornte Coim cill : Messrs. ^tcllon' and' CoffeV.' It was docidcyl to hold tho meetings of tho. league iHirtiii^litly in tlie- intuits i« active steps aie benny taken in con nection with tho oominjj Federal Cam paign.
TAMWORTH J.C. RACES. Prospects of Good Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917
TAMW0RTH J.C. RACES. . Prospects of Good Meeting. To-morrow , the Tamworth'- Jockey Club will commence its two day,s' Jan uary meeting, and judging by the splen did entries received, especially for the principal handicaps, it will be the best meeting from a racing point of view held for a long time. The weather at present looks unsettled,' and 'any further falls of rain will make ? the track very much on the heavy, side, though the Tamworth -track is noted for its excel lent drying capacity. At all events only exceptionally wet weather can spoil the prospects of the meeting. A very large number of horses trom every part of the north and 'north-west look like being present. Already many are- at work, on the local training tracks. Besides the usual strong local contin gent there is a good muster from Mus wellbrook, Scone and Singleton, Includ ing most of the well-known performers in those, parts. Newcastle and Maitland will also be strongly represented. The newcomers, will not be so n...
WINTER IN THE WEST. Slushy trenches. Overseas Troops Bearing Up Well. Life in the Trenches. Improved Conditions. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917
, WINTER ,IN THE WEST. Slushy Trenches. Overseas Troops Bearing Up Well. Life in the Trenches. Improved Conditions. (Kculer's Telegram.) LONDON. Saturday.. llcutcr's correspondent at British ?u.-.dquarters in France, describing the renditions, writes: — 'A white mantle covers the semi I'ro/.en ground. Prophets, whom the gunners alternately praise and curse, oredict that the' weather will not get worse. But the trenches are already slushy and a, dep'or&ble mess is inevit able when the thaw really sets an. Nevertheless 'conditions 'in the perman ent trenches are better than they were -ast winter. If we are uncomfortable, Mie Germans are far worse. Everything 's done to mitigate our hardships. Heavy -;oats, .wading boots, mufflers, mittens, slid good, hot meals are serv.ed to the ?'rent-liners, consequently sickness and 'Tench feet are reduced to a. minimum. '3-.-cn the southern oversea troops admit that thev can weather it all right. 1 mi dwelling ,c.n this subject in order to...
GENERAL WAR CABLES. GERMAN FOOD SITUATION. Beer Shortage in Berlin. Sausayes Made of Offal. (Published in "The Times.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917
GENERAL WAR CABLES, i GERMAN FOOD SITUATION. ? - - m Beer Shortage in Berlin. Sausayes Made of Offal. , (I'liiblUhcd in 'The Times.') LONDON, Saturday..' The 'Times' prints an Amsterdam re port to the effect that the. beer scarcity at Merlin is £4. serious issue. The- supply of barley to breweries has been reduced, and 'the Government is rtstricting bot dled beer to the physical workers Milk 's unobtainable. For several weeks far mers have refused- to risk their horses ;-n the frozen roads taking milk to the ?station because ,of the ' scarcitr ' of uo.rses. The bread shortage is increasing, and the bakers are soon sold out. The wo ?nen run vainly to the shop and w&it in long queues. The Government is issuing cards next veek for a new sausage containing olucks, tripes, lungs, and intestines (prcatically offal), with 12 per cent, of lour. Another correspondent' mentions ?hat the farmers are selling sucking, jigs,' ow.ing to the lack of potato peel . ngs, resulting 'in the wipi...
WORLD PEACE COURT. President Wilson's Latest Idea. German Submarine Menace. WASHINGTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917
WORLD PEACE COURT., President Wilson's Latest Idea. German Submarine Menace. WASHINGTON' Saturday. 11 wisa stated in administrative circles on Friday that President Wilson may move for a world court, with the object of securing a lasting peace, on tho .plan of Tho Hague Conference. It is believ ed that he is preparing to sound neutrals and belligerents, and to. test Germany's sincerity with this proposal. According to information which is be lieved to be reliable. Dr. Wilson is faced with the menace of a German blockade of the, American coast in the coming spuing at the-lfctpst. Germany is said to have a big fleet of super-submarines. The Deutschland, with a mysterious sis ter, is believed to be ott the coast. Tho hitter is said 'to have four torpedo tubes, and four collapsible r&pM-fire guns, wliile it is -sa.id that she1 can sow mines while submerged. Fishermen off the' coast of Maine re port that they have seen a U hoat try ing 'to elude a British b&ittleship. .
RUSSIANS IN THE WEST. Proving Splendid Fighters. "Death is Nothing." LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917
RUSSIANS IN THE WEST. ; Proving Splendid Fighters. 'Death is Nothing.' , . -' ' (Renter's Telegram.) LOXUOK. Saturday.. IImi tor's ' correspondent at French headquarters, who has visited the Itus s'ian sector, says: — 'Tlie Russians,' who ire mostly eastern front veterans, arc finding tho weather 'mild ' The Germans ureatly .resent the presence of 'the Rus sians,' and send across gas at every op portunity, but the Russian precautions igainst it are effective.' ( Published in .'The Times.''), LONDON. Saturday.. The ?'Times' correspondent at the French lront in France reports ' that he has visited the Russian troops. He round ithem wonderfully fit and cheerful. Tho men are attired in French uniforms, and wear helmets. They are proving themselves splendid fishters. better than Una Germans opposed1 to them. They 'lave made several successful raids iigiiust odds. Tihe officers talk French lluemtly. Tlie utmost camaraderie is dis played between the Russian and French soldiers. i . ' Behin...