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SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY. Moiuliiv.' V.R.C. Sires' Produce and Ascot \'u\c Stakes: Rod Cardinal,' Terragongula, Silver Medallist, Rosa Bonheur, AValli, AA'on'teagle, Cluylcrcine, Charivari, La France, Colt. - St. Leger: .Hiron, J3ob Acre, Palmitic, Kilmarnock, Prin'-essa, King's Ale, Sir Padd^ngton, Strypa, Fungi.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE SPORT. GLEN INNES J.C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

LATE SPORT. GLEN INNES J.C. RACES. The following wtMgliU ha've been de- j clarcd lor tlio above club's races on Aii n.verii.u-y Day;-— Opening iiKiulicap, 0 fiwlon g-i. — \Yon- ! fe.ibindi y.-3, Conost U.3, hocli J'lame 0, ] U'liuxnian 8.W, JUadloigh 7.1U, l''oideil T.S Odol 7.5, Malt Love 7.0. Maiden Stakes., (5 furloilys. — Nor ^lay 9, XooJ-jgonau i), houov uum i), J'la vonno 9, Wh.it Knot 9, J3un Olaf 9, St. Kdith 9, ]'7ann,y l-urack D, Oleido S.'i. Aniiiiverbaii'y Handicap, 7 furlongs. — Loch Flame 9.0, Flaxman. 8.9, l'ostollic 8.!J, Gravcuia 8.7, Lady Una i.d, llom-i Uoori 7.7, Ilotortus 7.0. Welter Handicip, O iurlonKS. — AYon- Igubindi 30.9, ConestJO.7. Hadleigh 9.0, udol b.JO, J{ot'ortus 8.9, U-cot b.O, Cnn mel 8.-I,. JPo-jwil 8, Jollv Uei'o 8, Mill Test 8.' TJatteisall's Cup, 7 furlongs. — Lock l'liynio 9.0, Flaxuwn 8.9, 1'ostellil 8.9, Gravenia 8.7. Lady I'na 7.9, h'ordcll 7.8, Uotortus 7, 'Unrragawalb.vu 6,7. Novice 'Handicap, -5 iurlongs. — Con- tested 9, Ycctot 9, Glen ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROLL OF HONOR. LATEST CASUALTY LISTS. Dead 206, Wounded 262, Missing 23. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

ROLL OF HTGNOR. at ? LATEST CASUALTY LISTS. Dead 206, Wounded 262, -Missing 23: .... ' ' riYJXXKY. MchkLiv. I ho 20(-tli casualty l'u-l gives the total W r nil Sliilcs. ik.: Killul in action 31, oicd ol -nouixl.s or othor enures 77. woun ded 108, missing 13. ,sick I'M, injured II' returned to duty 508. XJ0W SOUTH WAMiS. hilled in action: Sor»t.-mnjor G. Shepherd (Sin^loton), Driver 'W. - Mur ray (I3c«iO. Lieut. S. Howl-otlin.m O-l ali- eriiold). Pts. A. Smith (Hnlmnin), I. l(ib-Simnions (Mudpoe), H. Kolirrtxon OVniTci^ (' Lovo (Manly). G. T,r»nsui (Lidcomho). U. Ash ton (J-Liv), 1-1. Liver* safce (Kurri Kurri). G. Bond (Mujtujh buriia.li). Lanee-O»rpl. B. Cupples (Palla malla.wii) ' Pts. ,.]'. Coohrnno' (Scotland), Died of woui'ds or other causes: Gnn nor 1?. Dnnneliff (XcwcasHe). Sai'ivv ~S\ DovU' (l/nkemba) Pis. -V.' 'Youl O^o^o n.iy) V. llobertson (irudnee). '\V. Mar tyn (Arfcririnon), Corpl. j. aicf.ougliry (1-Ioni.sby). Pts. R. Bums '(Ohatswood), .'-?.luooCpl. G. S. Smith ('Woo...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HUNGER IN BERLIN. Official Explanations Regarded as Lies. AMSTERDAM, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

HUNGER IN BERLIN. Official Explanations Regarded as 1 ' ' Lies. ' ' '' Micul.cr'.s Tel an rain.) AMSTBKO.UL. PuiKlnv. .' TJio Berlin Council lias issued uu explanaiton that owing to tho shortage of potatoes there Is a run on breud. People are not only forging tickets, but arc asking for advances on next week's allowances. The' 'LokhI Anziegor' desires . t.ne ex planation as a lie, and says that the plain fact is that jr large number of women have been, and are, unable to obtain bread. ' '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TAMWORTH ENLISTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

TAMWORTH ENLISTMENTS. The following recruits .enlisted and passed tho medical test -at' Tanvworth during the past 'fortnight: — Harry Wil liam Starr, Tamwortli; AVilliam Han nousli. West Maitland; Clyde Thompson, South Maitland: Reg. Peel AVoolaston, ramworth; John Garrety, 'Tamwortli; Corpl. 'Snowy' Robson, Tam worth; Thomas Ifldward, AVall, Tamwortli; and joorae Henry Redmond, Ballarat, Vic toria. ? The following enlisted, but failed to pass the doctor: — J. D. Roche, Graf ton; C. H. AVoou, Sydney; A. .1. Hi,cks, Tam wortli; M. D. llason, Tamwortli; and H. 11. Austin, Tamwortli. ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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237th CASUALTY LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

2;-7th CASUALTY 1,1 ST. Total all States: Killed in action 53, led of wound,--, or other c;ui-'e.x Io. woun ded lo-l. missing 10. sick 188. injured C. nrisoners of war 3. returned to duty -L i XilOW SQV'Yti WALKS. ICillutl i.ii iu.tiou : Gunner A. .Smull (Sydnev), Ptos. S McClelland Olurwi!I mub&li) AV. Olinstvnsen (Tweed Hoatis). (.1. ^H.Mi-on (.Mo.i'tdai'u), A. GrooWord '(.'. opsic), H. Dean.s (Paddington), AY. f.oanard (Camjxsie). Sent. AY. Newton Pi-irates l'\ Adams (Leiohardt), ~F. Bra ?'?'. (Kriinci)^ G. Cox (Willonwhby). J. Walker (Queeiiislnnd). A. Raxter (Scot l.nuO A. ICdma.n (Kinland), Corporal A. Killyiir (Sydney), Captodn G. Smith 'Bi^rrinjibnr). Dic^l of wounds or ftlier cau.ice-: Pis. D. Stowarfc (South Keusui^lon), A. .-/n.i-iD (Nyniiigeo), I'\ AVatson U-urk), H. Madell (ISngliitid), Lnnw -,'pl. ,) . fcj^hei t)ol (Moulib A'icteria). Pts. J . Metcalt (WVstoii). A. Kodgws (Braidwuod), A. C.-Jio (.(Jliatsuocxl), ' N. Butts (Bowna), ;!. Moyla.il (Manly), AY. Addi...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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DIRTY FISH SHOP. Magistrate's Severe Comment. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

DIRTY FISH SHOP. Magistrate's Severe Comment. SYDNEY, Monday. Anthony RanUubs. and Oeoryo 1 apas wcit-c. «iuh. 1'm.wl Jto lit tlio Ua.thuit-t f'olico Court for having 'allowed filth and reliiso to remain scattered 'in tJieir business prciniwa; Defendants conduc ted a fish iu|-l oyster saloon and green The iiinf£it.U'iite dh'e-cribed tho cnj-e a.s tho woa-fet t.luit had over coino ui^dw his notice. , %

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GENERAL RAIN AGAIN. Many Heavy Falls. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

GENERAL RAIN AGAIN. . Many Heavy Falls. ? Very, haavy andi general Sain t hau again fallen tlironjilioiit th-e Norllh and Sorth-AVeat. Tilio , following, falls wero .?os'-stej-ed ii)- to 9 a.m. yesterday. Xiirrabri 22C, AVeo AVim Io7, AVulgett ?31 Bclatta, 230, Movco 101, lioomi 55, Garah 78, MilUy, 368. Mungiudi 132, Coilarcndabri ~u , UjtM-reii Junction 3o4, Moyil M'ogil 38, Tannvorbh 132-, Manilla ?--?- liingaiii 1J0, BaMmba 81. AVarialda ^0 A'otman 220, yundlo -1-2, Boiulcmeer 200. 'Werris Creek 28. Boggabri 123, Gunncdaili. 310 Armidalo 115, Coonamblo US

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FAILED TO FURNISH RETURN. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 23 January 1917

FAILED. TO FURNISH RETURN. SYDNEY, Monday. Joseph Alfred Smith was fined £10 in default a month's imprisonment for fail ing to furnish the Federal Land Tax re turn.

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"YOU COLD-FOOTER." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

. 'YOU COLD-FOOTER.' Eveiywheie theie aie indications of 1 deep looted diffcicnce ol feeling. Mr. Anstey, the High Pucst of jAnticon ,oription, visited Peith to ious~e official uabonteb theie to action, lite lemaiks vei;e applauded by one socti'on of his uidience and excited fetoims of boo wosi from anothei. 'You cojd-iooter,' piaied s.ome, whilst pooi» An&tey, In15 nmbus in. dangei, essayed to explain why he was mot at the front He said: 'T --r-iilrl T-le-,id that I am over 50 ,'eai-. of age, but, I could be-accepte to-momonv jf L enlisted but I won't go, mless along witli the eon&ciiption oi auman life goe^- the eonscuption oi .vealth' or, 111 0 flier woid', equality oi acufiee.' Theie wasi mom applause, noie disoidei, and the nieoting was -i ought to cm, abrupt close at= a inem -er oi the audieJice wanted to flog An -tey, and fiee fights on the floor1 of the lorn of the hdjj, weie becoming so marsv is to 'alainrthe -chauman:^

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BINGARA PROGRESSIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

BINGARA PROGRESSIVES. A meetiug- ofs the Bingdra District Jounoil ot the F and S Association was leld an Bair^ba on Wednesday, Januaiy 7, thp following delegates being pie eat. — Messrs W. ',E Wiearne/, J. John tpn Bmgara), JE O. T,, Bowman (i\lan lUv), (R, J Smith, iA. n. Daly (DinogaJ, J Hartog (Elcombe), A S. Cameron Caioda), F. X#, Osborne (organiser^, ind C AVilshire'(hon. sec) x Apologies weie received from Messrs S G Ratlin! (Manilla) and H Stoddart Manilla, president). ,, , Mr W B. AVearne (Executive. Coun jil) was mvitpd to take the chair ^ 'ine hon treasurer (Mr E Q. T. Bow nan, Manilla) piesented his 'bafance heet, which, had been held -over from he annyal meeting in October last, jtnd I'hicTi in the meantime 'has been duly .uditpd \ ,i , , A It was leceived and adopted K- Mr. Bowman also presented a state nent made Up to. date, which showed a, glance in hand of £iganislng funds am mnting to about £35 Tilie, following re the amounts contributed by ttye vatri us urancnes —...

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COALITION OR CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

COALTfTION OR CO-OPERATION. Ministeiu\hsts met ,on AATedtaesday to consider the veiy, difficult Paihamen t«.\iy positton. The moie thoughtful oi them, like the mioae thoughtful Lib cial&, want co-operation, lather tl\au co.)lition. Th«y lealise that- if Minis teuahsts, Liberals and official L/aboi itc& go to the polls Without any under standing bet,vveen the two fu'ot men koned, official Labor must -win it it ^ia's any cons-ideMble strength m the elec toiat.es. The split ^ole has toi be, con sidoied Ori Thursday we weie inform ed that, in oidei- J;o ayo;d that, Minis tenalists weie piepared to give a. lAlm ber o'f pdififolios to Libeials. As to oiienng them to official Labor, theie v\eie two difficulties — one- that Mi. Tudioi'b followers -a& a whole do not bupport ,1 wm-tha-war policy; seoond, 'doubtful But, .whilst they aie anxious to eieatc a joint Ministry, Mimsteiial lsts aie opposed to a, coalition in the oidinaiy har&e of the woid. Each pnity i...

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ON THIN ICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

ON TIHN ICE. ,lt must be confessed that tho politi cians who. seek % sort of s«mi-coalition aie on veiy, thin ice. The Libeial paper Which claims a ciiculation of L50 000 denounced the shaung of portfolios. Many Libenal members icgard it fatal n^ the diffienlties in the way aie count less For example— my eye fell a mo ment ao.0 qmte casually ton the opening Ime of a sub-loader in -our 'modeiatp' Liber.il dn.h— 'Pnw fixing „ ftin(la. mentally wiong.' ^0 'be it; but every nodcrate Laboiitc, e-eiyt 'advanced' , Liberal thinks it absolutely essential. If i,hej-* is a scmi-eoiahtioiv the elector ivill want to know what Hughes, what Jook is going to do $-out ,tlus, and ibout many other matters which closely concern the winning ©dE tho wai,? Un eas Mr. lliighes can satisfy the model - ate Labontes in the constituencies on this and similar points- they willj.sim oty vote for official Labor candidates. 'It's- no good ibhniking thwt ibefoie the poll and being- sony aflei,' exclaim hose Libcia...

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FLOOD AT GLEN INNES. BIGGEST EVER KNOWN. Streets Covered and Houses Inundated. Great Damage to Crops. GLEN INNES, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

FLOOD AT GLEN INNES. BIGGEST iEVER KNOWN. Streets Covered- wid Houses Inundated. Great Damage to Crops. ? .CJ-Ll'LM, TNTCVK. TniwL-iv. Tlio li'ijrge&t 'flood vwr known in the O.«iu I mife oGQUiTecl to-diify. K4u.11 H-li siib nifghfc without inlermibsion. At noon fjb canie down in tf.n-rcnt*- antl in a ahorb time ? tlio water w-is running everywhere-. : -Th» streets and gutters now tmnible to cna'ry it away. The s'.rcotn wove flooded. Wator 'mn into th© liQi:ses and fihops.1 'llio creek tlivici in,o; the town rosa rapidly. In half s\n liour it was ov«r the 'banks .'ind spread over th 9 piirlw andi roonmon. Vne w«ioi ' oamo down aJid liy 3 o'clock there waf over six feei of_w«.tca- in .Rotunda and Central 1 arks. , Xotlning lice it was cvei soeni ,licn-© before. Seats wore wsished a way. -)ne hridcjo ivas ipn-tinlly ibroken All tli© bcaiiiti'ful1 flower 1h--1s were des troyed nnd tlie young trees washed down Hci,ips ot dtaihris were wanlictl up afnamst the fences. vIn tJi© Nor...

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P.L.C. AND RECRUITING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

P.L.C. A$t- RECRUITING. A'ftei, due con&idei.atiion the Vietoiian Political Labor Council has giaciouslj decided that tho^e Lahor members who choose loi take part m thei^reermting campaign may do sol That any oigani satioji shou|4 deenX it .woith. while fej mdke.siich an anno.uicement ib extra oulinary. Some Labor members have decided to assist, and Mt. E. W. Hol low ay, piesident of the PL.0.» says: — ''Theje is no- ioai oii them bemg, \ic timi^ed for any pait they may take 111 the matter.' The pio-llun section in tho official Laboi- p'aity muat Ibe far stionger th'aiii most of us thought, when a leading toigantsation ha& to tell the M P. that he mil not be scrapped if he \entures to advise the physically fit to fight foi tlieir countiy. Is it anj wonder that Ifughes, Pearee, and the icet had toi part company with politi cians. icOntiolled by the P.L.C., the I AV AAr., and other organisations 111 which 'the parasites of Laboi' make hen influence felt.

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RUSSIAN SUBMARINE BAG. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

RUSSIAN SUBMARINE BAG. M?f.nlr»vV Teles'i-am.) LONDON. Moii'dnv. '\ nunqlan 'lihi'mrlne sank »ne steam ej* and five schooners in the Bosphorus.

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THE IMPERIAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

TIIE IMPERIAL CONll-^EENCE. Thotie in the political' arena always hn-H their gieatest delight 111 endless talk en /petty personal details. So. speculation as to whether Hughes, Oook' Fisher, Keid, 01 some ob^eurei person will aepie^ent fhe Commonwealth .it the Imperial, Confeienee has given them an unfailing holiday job. On JVodnc&clay Mr. llughes in,timated that he w'ould be,wrjllmg to spealc at We&lej Chinch on Febiuaiy 4 instead, of on J'aiiuaiy «14, the date first airanged. Straightway the psvpeis tofd us that he must have abandoned all thought oi _ . _i _ i. .. t ? n ? mi. -i ? 1 . l ? i__ _ _ i_ . i_ going 10 .uoiiaoii. xiiai, is niveiy emragii, oj seeoild visit would only serve to bhow 'haw tar he has fallen, fiom the unique position ihe. avon. last year. As to Mi. Fisher he, like Sir G,eorge Eoid, has passed out oJE the mmds of men. as AustDdhans lemaimng in London al waysi do. AA^g know they aie not dead, because their obituanes have not ^.p peaied, and, tha...

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BOMBS ON BAGHDAD. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

BOMBS ON BAGHDAD. (Renter's Telesram.i LONDON. Mondav. A 'Mesopotamia message says: Our aeroplanes dropped s'x 101 1--. bombs on 1 munition factory at Baghdad.

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TINGHA. ([?]) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

tlNGHA. (F.iffljiBHuiVvQoiTpsH9iid^Bli!|| RUfl' ?^Woid Ji.us been ldcoived that All J uiinefe (nunagui ol tdie lingua Uuu«oil aaitei l){odgaj-^ i\Jio wlont to i*jUglflir d .an LOinieetdoii witn ma-ttois w'lucli aitect the lUtiuc de\ olopnicnt or fchs piato lias «u ined - -l ' ' -H bt Aiidiaw's Chuidi of England jil \\cunes.day Jast the wedding was eele ol a ted ot Mibs JKisie Oaaby, tiaugtitei 'ol ..li fc'id Daibj, of 'J,lngiiw, and All. -.'cucj Buitonahaw, ot Aiiuuin Vale '.Uie Rev '1 J}' Tuowei-i^ojan w.c the ot aciauns; cleigyman. 'Imgh.i Jockey Club as oui w4tli'*'a £155 puogiaiAmo Ioi its, annual meetJiig on ^ai.Dea Sa.fruid.i} and iVionday (Apul (i, and1 Otli). TJ10 chibih.m mata.lled four ot Giaj s patent ataiiting gates, uncl a lepotition ovf the starts at the last an nual moetintr, wluch somewhat ,piiHta ted igtimst the fc-ucce s ol that -meotina . hiuUl itltus b« avoided. AVe had quito a 'iield daj' at the l-olce comt on Thmsday last T-wp cas js. a\oio sent to the Inieiell...

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ROUMANIAN REFUGEES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

ROUMANIAN REFUGEES. ' (Renter's Telegram.) LONDON. Monday. , Tens of thousands of refugees ,are | pouring into Bessarabia from Roumania , Including 12A)00 boy scouts whom Ger many regards asv guerillas.

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