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IS THE BREMEN AT WORK? VANCOUVER, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

IS THE BREMEN AT WORK? ( Renter's? Teleyra in. ) ? ' ?? ? YAJNCOUVEK. Saturday. The Doutschland is expected to arrive tit New London within 4S iiours. , , German naval officials no. longer re gard tire Bremen, which sailod in Aug ust; as'Oost. -.-? ,,','. '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO MEATLESS DAYS IN BRITAIN. (Published in "The Times.") LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

NO MEATLESS DAYS IN BRITAIN. (l-'uhli-hed'in 'The Time;.') 'I.ON'IJOX. Saiurdnv.. Lord Devonj)ort has abandoned ihe Idea of a meatless day and .Is endeavor ing otherwise to reduce the consumption.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLLIERY MECHANICS' DISPUTE. A Grave Position. Men May Take Extreme Action. "WEST MAITLAND, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

COLLIERY MECHANICS' DISPUTE. A Grave Position. ? - Men May Take Extreme Action. . 'WEST ilAITLAXD. Sunday. An iiiii'iortant a-{{;i--e«iite meeting ol the 'member!* of the 'Federated IVLining M« jiiiiiic-s' ' aiiVI ' Wurfauemeii e 3luiu«l Pro twtivo Av.oci«tion of Aut-tralui- was held in fatsmus' H«ll ycfiterday uit^rnoou foi they ousideiratidn of the report ol the delegates from , the conference with the proprietor*, .hekl in Xencsitle on Jan u-.iry IX itnil JW. uMr. Pendlelniry (PrcAident). ' was hi tlm olmir, ; and there was a Ihi'ko attoiu d.'.iu-.i} of incmbcis', fu'.ly 500 being pres ejit. ' * ' ? Tho following motion whs 'carried un animouily: 'That this Hjigregatii ineet ,iu'{ of mechanics i;ejects the vroprivtors, offer, uncl that we ask for a tiirthea- ad justment in overtime iiiw-'.'i and' aftci-noon shift a,'j-ertontagt' of 'the hours worked by miners to bo ^rivon to members of ouv ifnion and that Hcxbam and Kiitt Greta sliups como into np-eeiiMsnt'. It was also-decided t...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALCHA WEDDINGS. Dunn-Usback. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

WALCHA WEDDINGS. Dunn-Usback. A quiett wedding took place at St. An- drew's Church on Tuesday night, when Rev. G. H. Davies united Mr. Chas. Joseph Dunn, son of Mr. T. Dunn, Tia, and Miss Ellen Bridget Usback daugh- ter of Mr. H. Usback, of Tia. The bride, who was driven away by her father, was attended by her sister, Mrs. Case, while Mr. C. Case, was bestman.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

MARKET. REPORTS. .TAMWORTH. W. T. Callcott and Co. report last Friday's sale as under: — B.uUer, 1/6 per 1b. Butter, pastry, l/^(per lb. Eggs, 10^d to 1/0% dozen. Dripping, 4d to 7%d per lb. Honey, 3/6 per 71b. tin.1 .Tea, 6/9 per' 51b. tin. Brooms, 1/6 to 2/ each. . Pines, 6/6 to 7/6 case. Oranges, 7/6 .to 9/ case. Lemons, 4/3 per % case. Bananas, grgen, 12/6 case. Peaches, 2/ to 3/6 % case. Peaches, choice, 4/ to 6/. Breaches, 1/9 to 2/6 per % cwt bo^. Nectarines, choice, 6/6 to 9/ per % case. Nectarins, 2/6 per ys case. . - iNeetarins, 1/6 'per '4 box. Apricots, 2/9 to 3/6 per % 'case. Apricots, 2/ per ]A box. i iPilums, 1/9' to 4/3 per % case. Plums, 1/6 to 2/ rper % b,oxl ' Apples, eating, 7/ to* 8/ case. AiPptes, eating, small, 2/3 per case. Apples, eating, 1/9 to ,2/ per \'2 case. Aip'ples, cooking, 4/ to 4/6 case. Apples, cooking, 2/6 per' % case. Pears, 2/3 to 3/6 per % case. Grapes, 3/6 to 4/3 per ^.ca'se. ' Grapes, 3/3 to 4/3 per %, box. ', (Tomatoes, 1/6 to 3/9' per % ca...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT GERMAN FLEET IS FOR. Not to be Sunk by the British. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

WHAT GERMAN FLEET. IS FOR. Not to be Sunk by the British. ' (Router's Telegram.) . LONDON. Sunday. The inactivity of the German fleet is exciting bitterness. The Admiral and Dr. Hollweg have published an apology pamphlet in Berlin, stating- that a naval offensive against the -British fleet would o heroic madness. They added: Ger many's naval task consists in harassing the British fleet and keeping it alert, m'akins submarine' warfare possible and safeguarding German-Scandinavian com merce.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

The Palace of Trade BIG SUMMER FAIR / Commencing Thursday, January 25th r i ' - ! ' , ,' Wc'luwl a price-reducing excursion through the Showroom yesterday and' llie 'blue pencil was , particularly heavy om every line. ', ?- ' ' ' ' Alkr'to i,e (?leaved at 'i'Viir' Prices thai will -scud ;i tin-ill of dcliglit to thc-heai-ls of economists. ? Noiv,-, Iadica, get ready for this soiir-ationtil evenf, in order that you may avail- 3 ourselves oi' (the nmuimotli bargains \v'''ich will bo offered. X«''goo(ls ?will be earned over to next season — that was never our policy!' WINDOWS LIGHTED UP TO-NIGHT TO DISPLAY THE BARGAINSIN « * MILLINERY, COSTUMES, ETC. CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, 284, 286, 288, 290 PEEL STREET, TAMWORTH. TOR SALE.— -Throo Lieut Draught Hor ses, 4 years, 'broken in and ready for ?work. Price £15 each. Apply, Ware and Co., Fitzroy-streot. , - TKNTJiRFIliLD. , HO Cows, Durham ami Durham Cros- t scs, an odd Hereford, few colors, 4 to 8 years, principally 4 to 6 year...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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SPIRIT OF BRITISH UNIONISTS. No Premature Inconclusive Peace. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

SPIRIT OF BRITISH UNIONISTS. No Premature Inconclusive Peace. (Kuuter's Xelcuraiu.) LONDON. SiinrLiv. Mr. Hodge, speaking at Rotherliam, asserted unhesitatingly that the over whelming majority of trade unionists liad expressed tho opinion that a (pre mature and inconclusive peace would be a greater disaster than the war itself. TIC; UUUUU . YVU ULUSI -IIBIM IU U;nU13M, however great the sacrifice. Wie will have no more German steel wliilo there is a single idle furnace in Great Britain.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

.j*- BUgJNESS-NOT.wES. . RED HANDS RED SCALP j fa* **~*~\ And other 'r vxilr'\\ ?' J disfiguring %T. \*8jKsdt' skin., troubles \ ' r'*v\ '3y baths with' * ' * anointings' WithtoifcuraQipiment (Sample E^cH.Frep by Post. , ' *With 32-p. Skin Bonk. Addioss post : card;- 'R- Towns & Co., Sydney, N^. %)' -J3old$%pugb.out the w.prld. K E R O L THE GUARANTEED DISINFECTANT , , ? NON POISONOUS ! NON CORROSIVE ?One, Bottle of Kero| does the work of 20 f'Bqttles of 'Carbolic Acid. . . 4-s as preventive to the spread J of all kinds of infection, Kerol has an established reputation. It's' ever-increasing popularity . confirms its. sterling worth. Kerol-ismot only.useful-for the '' disinfection of drains, sinks, etc., and in cases of infectious ] ^and contagious diseases, but it * can 'be -used with confidence .'for ' all kinds of personal purposes. It contains no Carbolic or Cresylic 'Acids and consequently it is NON CORROSIVE' and' NON-POISONOUS, and it. hasUhe additional 'advantage of ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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ROUMANIAN HARDSHIPS. Terrible Sufferings of Refugees. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

ROUMANIAN HARDSHIPS. Terrible Sufferings of Refugees. (Renter's Telegram.) . LONDON. Suuilav. the terrible sufferings of the Kou manian refugees, a hundred of whom are now in London, were illustrated at an inquest at Westminster on the infant daughter of an Italian, who with -his wife and six children fled from Itou mania wlien the Germans invaded the country. After, six mouths' wandering and hard ships in Russia, Finland, . Sweden, and Norway, lie reached England, and came to London, and finally sank exhausted on Charing Cross' Station, whore the baby died of pneumonia. ' '

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General War Items. PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

General War Items. (Published in 'The Times.') PARIS, Monday. The Anssacs' in1 their match against Paris made- a lively game, and had tlie upper liana at the 'commencement and ui) to half time tho 'score was 3 points all. Tn tho second half the Anzacs had no cohession and Paris won by three tries to two. The deposits in the London banks in creased in 1916 from 779 million to. 900 million, showing a vast surplus avail able for the loan. (Reuter's Telegram.) AMSTERDAM', Monday. The Austrian Kmperor and Krapress vUItod the Italian front in the Trontlno. Envoi- Pasha proceeded to Uib Gor 'mm bnsidoimrters.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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KAISER SHOULD ABDICATE. Suggestion in German Pamphlet. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

KAISER SHOULD' ABDICATE!'' Suggestion in German Pamphlet. (Kcuter't, Telegram.) LONDON, Sunday. a pampniet is widely circulating in Germany, declaring that victory ' is im possible and the exiUuclion of Germany certain unless the ilolienzollenis are re uoved, and calling on the Kaiser to ab dicate in order to save the nation. The writer urges that steps be taken to incorporate the Austrians and Ger mans into one Empire, when Austria's death, rattle shall have ended.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Friends in Camp. MEN CAN JOIN EACH OTHER IF THEY WISH. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

Friends in Camp. MEN CAN. JOIN EACH OTHER IF THEY WISH. SYDNEY. Moiulav. Ea«li soldier at present in camp in New South Wales is being provided with a card on which he is boing asked to set out the names of those of his friends whom he would like to join him in lighting, - ' .« On receiving such names tho erec tor-General of Recruiting intends to write to each person ? advising him of the. wish of his friend in camp and in vitiue him to join the reinforcement of the . friend's unit with a view to uoth men ultimately fighting side by side. ?

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ATLANTIC RAIDERS. Two Auxiliary Cruisers Sighted off Hip Grand. Submarines as Food Carriers. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

ATLANTIC RAIDERS. Two Auxiliary Cruisers Sighted off - - Kio Grand. Submarines as Food Carriers. (Renter's Telegram.) LONDON, Sundav. The captain of a Brazilian steamer, reports encountering near the Rio Grand two cargo vessels, accompanied by two auxiliary ships, Hying American flags. It .is supposed that tho German ?aptaiin learned that two German inter ied vessels were preparing to put to sea It, is believed that, they were endeavor ing to reinforce the raiders. A Christiana message, says the crows cf submarined vessels state German sub marines arc now systematically remov ing ships foodstuffs to submarines.

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GREEK REMOVAL OF ARMY. Allies Satisfied. May Soon Slacken the Blockade. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

GREEK REMOVAL OF ARMY. Allies Satisfied. May Soon Slacken the Blockade. ( I'lvblishcd iii 'The Times.') LONDON, Sunday. -in Aincns corrcscpondent. slates the Entente has notified the General Stalt tliait a fontniglit lias been allowed from January 20 tor the removal of the Greek g\ins at Peloponosus. ilr. Jeffries. 'Times'' fiorrfis.nonrlp.nt. says the Allies' precautions are' render ing an attack against General Sarra.il impossible., Only 3000 troops will be permitted to remain north of the lsilms. Aill the artillery and machine guns have been removed, and even old can non used for training purposes convoy ed southward. If the Government shows equal good will in dissolving the reservists leagues tho Allies will slacken the blockade in a week,- regarding the crisis as over.

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MAITLAND MARKETS. MAITLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

.1AAITLAI\3D MARKETS. feEAiTTLiAim. Mond'ay. 1 Fat CUtle: At Campbell's Hill to-day a fairly heavy supply was yarded, good | to prime quality, light weight bullocks ' making up the bulk of the yarding. There was about an average number, ol cows and a few yards of prime ami weighty bullocks. Buyers were in good attendance and competition was well i sustained. Values were about on a par with last week's reduced -.rates. Quotations :\Best bullocks £17 to £21 to/, good to '£15/15, medium to £J4, best cows £13/10 to £lb, good to £11, medium to £9/10. Sales: G. Russell, bullocks £15/10 to £20/2/6; Ji McDonald, cows £10/6 to £11/10; A. Harris, Tjullocks £12/17/6 to £17/9/6; J. Logan, cows £1Q/G to £11/10. Fat Calves: Fairly heavy supply, the j bulk being heavy weights. ? Light calves I and bobbies wero in somcwJiat light sup- ! P,Iy. Competition was well sustained : tor all lots. Values shewed no quotable I change. Best' 160'/ to 195/, extra to 289/, , good to 120/, medium 95/, bobbies to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL WAR CABLES. PRISONERS IN FIRING ZONE. German Complaint. France. Complies with Demand. But Enemy Persists in Reprisals. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

GENERAL WAR CABLES. ? ««» ? : ? PRISONERS IN FIRING ZONE. German Complaint. France. Complies with Demand. But Enemy Persists in Reprisals. (lieutcr'sj Telegram.) T' _ . . LONDON, Sunday.' ? Kuiuers Amslcrdum correspondent says a Berlin official Note with a time limit was recently sent to the French complaining that German war prisoners were quartered in the fire zone and re questing the withdrawal of ? war prison ers at least nineteen miles behind the line of fire, otherwise similar reprisals would be applied. In consequence of the French ignor i»S. the Note the Germans say several thousand French prisoners of war are now similarly subject to fire. A semi-official statement made in Paris says tho Frenah accepted the- pro- posal before the official Note was issued. Evidence existed that the Ger ;mans were prepared to carry out the | threatened reprisals prior to transmit ting Uyjir earliest complaint.

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PATRIOTIC PICTURE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

PATRIOTIC PICTURE SHOW,. I To-night Llm Tamworth Public is invi ,ted to be present' 'at the free patriotic picture -show at Ispnte o^en-air picture show. While a rteally g'ood enitortiun ment is proniised the object of the aifair is to get every one thmkinr hartl, and working hard each in his or her' in- dividual manner to help win the war. ?The fllms to bo1 shown, are topica}. 'The IJero of The Dardanelles' and 'Will They Never Come?' each of which should not' fail Jn making a clear appeal. A speaker from tho Recruiting' Com mittees headquartprs will address th'o meeting, Mr, Qourjtnoy Iloood lias pro mised' 'to sing 'Tho Death of ifolson' and 'Mothorland.' The Town Band will open and qlose the, prpcocdngs' with a programme of music. Returned soldi ers are specially invited to bo prebeiit, Ullll HID tlUIlOl J tV 1.11 tMKJ 1 UiJ^l V \J\.l 1.UL ladies. CorislcIcraL)ons of space oblige the admission to' refuso1 '. admission to . children with tho exception of basics, 'carried in their...

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WHARFIES WANT MORE PAY. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

WHARFIES WANT MORE PAY. SYDNKY. Mondav. 'The wharf laborers engaged in .loading Hour into whips in Sydney harbor are rlniniing an advance of threepence per TJio matter will be decided by the con iliatiou board.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

' 'business nqtic.e. ' ', TOILET HINTS. Ilore are four good hints on tho toilet. I Grey Hair:— Lithono Fluid rubbed | Ipto the hair roots, quiqkjy brings grey 1 h,alr back to its natural color. It is not a dyef price 3/9 (pos|Uige.9d). To Grow Hair:-;]?lu}d Uyasol stops h*vh', falling, 'banlsluio dandruff and 'Itch and makes the hair grow thick and long. ? Prico 3/!) (postage 9d). '' A Now Skin: — Thormol Paste romov ob freckles, tan, sajlow dark brown liverish marks, and all ' skin Blemishes 'causod by age, the woathnr, or ill-health [;t loaves tho ukin clear, fresh, fair and youtliful. It mnk.es n plajn aged face young and lovely. Pripe 3/9 (postage 3d). Wrlnkes: — Vatflunl Skin Balm banish qa wrinkles and crow's feot. Big jar 3/9 (postage 3d). You get the above from GOODSELL. BLACK & CO . 283 Clareace-stroet, Sydney, Agents. CASUAL COLUMN ADyBRTIS,53MENTS ^ccompanTe°d~ by cash for this column are inserted at the rate of. 18 words for 1/,' and 6d for each additional 9 wor,...

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