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(Reuter's Telegram.) LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

(Rpii'lci'-. TelegTam.) LOMIOV. Mond,av. It is understoofl the electoral commit '.flo a.K'reedbv a laree majority to recom mend restricted female suffrage.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN MASS LEVY. Volunteers Sufficient for Present. LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

GERMAN MASS LEVY. Volunteers Sufficient for Present. (Renter's Telegram.) LONDON. Monday. ? 'Vorwaerts' states that, at a meeting of the mass levy committee, General Croener stated that owing to the num ber- of volunteers and civilians offering (heir services compulsion was unneces sary for some time. He admitted the transport ''difficulties were serious, but 'said they would soon be overcome. He hoped the coal sup plies would soon be normal. He attribu ted the lack or meat and salt to the dis tribution.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAMWORTH J.C. RACES. Flaxman Wins Opening. Gaucho the Tamworth J.C. Handicap. Merry Trick the Borough. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

TAliwbW J.C. RACES. ''FlaxmanJlW^Op''!';; i : *-?iLvTn*»ieB«WU|li. _ Scits occifrica im,n,av-victoiies, ?'md E mces'in -sueecrs-°n bem Wncl Llcasant me d e'tsV'late ^ik lined £1 Seined m tho I »* ™ c t ,h,io Mi. & foi tafw^Mi toi ianB wionK $?*»*? if iHlolton for th« -vtc iK'of Jdb H016 » fl» '*#»» ittE tfei'o * I°?£*i , fn.lon*,' i 77 (Quigloj) 77 !-ow light '^'f -Id or Aft« Twelve 4 'to ft [Fl^»ni^not- of Keafleia Ate tw ri»i lwVng ''* ' Gln moved up fotelpadei- , «™^' ono tuin, but took to leid a0''1 ;',nou «nd won .1 gpoi if» *V T^o of Ttcdteld fbinth, /o o nVlnnmhclu) _ . -mr ? , fc'to »* .^..{K Mta eh l°me . by Hero last I Time 1 194 „ HANDICAP, 7 fm 9 Jolnrton's oh. g Jleisma, o g , rVshlu'^l. m Loch La^s, % aged 8 0 (Bad) ? /{t Othc. -*»tc.s PostelU (12, Attox »**? .7.7v051SeAL°,,nt,. 4 to 1 Pos teCToi, no, 3tfl4f« ^ i«, iftMfls '10 to1 1 lioth Lads amt to bonk tho lino, with Lodi Uwto lU,d Oinmo nev-t arensina, lod - long Cho bu.k and iwuid 'the -tain but at j the.l...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CHILDREN'S RESTAURANT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

J .1 fflF JULPBEH'S RESTAURANT. i^T™ of the LadleB- BeTievo nk! ?^yf ^'Sh t0 acknowledge with «BK8 the following donations leceivca st™ tri°ndlns 20th i»stant —Mrs S Lt r' ve(5etables; Mrs Craw ch ol and ^setables, Mis Ward tn'tnrn T e lcstaurant Is closed 'i furtlior notice

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Testing the Lines in the West. PRIOR TO GREAT TRIAL OF STRENGTH. Similar to Somme Battle. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

Testing the Lines in the West. PRIOR TO GREAT TRIAL OF ' STRENGTH. Similar to Somme Battle. (Reuter's Telegram.) ? LONDON, Tuesday. Tn- a m,o«t interesting- article Colonel X!, in the Paris 'Journal,' says: A-1- vcr--arie'?' on. the western fi^ont have been O'litimually testing- their respective ^rengths on tlie whole line, especially iw the regtons' of the former 'battles on tbe Somme ami Meuse and in the Champagne and Argonne. , Other fronts in the Vosges and . Woevre and on the Aisne are also wak in» up. The writer points -out that similar tri a ns_. &f _ strength, prpeeded the battle n'f~-he Somme 'The British execnted nn. fewer than 70 raids from Ypres to the Somme between June 24 to July 1. The present -ptiNition is greatly similar,

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russian Popular Revolt. REFORMS WANTED BEFORE END OF THE WAR. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

Russian Popular Revolt. REFORMS WANTED BEFORE ENO OF THE WAR... f, '-?? (Published in 'Tlie Timps.'') LONDON, Tuesday. The 'Times' correspondent at Pet rng'iia.d says a majority in the Dnrn-yrill continue to demand responsible Cro veiniTneni. Prince Golitiznn's new progrnmme does' ivot divclude nolitienl refo;im=;. PiiiTce G-oliliziin persists in holdi'iig.uii the Czar's 1910 statement. Tlie'r^wjll be no refonns (ill {after the war. ',!'' The rescript h'ns re-.1ored «'0mc puh liip confidence 'iiv .ftmt the Duma will peacefully re-nsemb'le, l)mt it is rine« tinnable whother the Duma and the Go vernment arc able to wcifc tosether.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPROVED ENLISTMENTS. Satisfactory Total for Six Weeks. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

IMPROVED ENLISTMENTS. Satisfactory Total for Six Weeks. SVONEV. Tnes-Inv. Dur'Ti0' the nast six weefcs the volun tary enlistment in New Oou*'i Wales for -,o«..,-.--p oJirrxH were 2089,. which w con-. Mrtered hiehly satisfnetory and evfden'-e that tlie new recruiting campaign is be rihning' to bear good fruit.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Western Activity. BRITISH SECURE PRISONERS. LONDON. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

Western Activity. BRITISH SECURE PRISONERS. LONDON. Tuesday. General ITaie1 jrepo'i^: The enemy at,te)mpted midst nointilnvtarA. of Arrns and ? norfh-eaistward of Ploegstemt were unsuccessful. We secured prisoners ns the res.ult of .poiin'ters iin t;he neio.hbnrhod of Gi.'ai:i.ilcourt, Neuville, Vaai^t, Fnuquis ??iirt and Whtzchae-te. Our heavy 'artillery caused nn explo sion on the lines .opposite Arras. APVencli cominu,nique says: On. rhe iiislvt of fihe,]\reu.se 'there Is violent a,rfil lei-y nteivity in the sectors of Donnu ffiont, Cnimeres'Wooil and in the Vos- , »c^ region o-? Olwipeloilc.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUSTICE THE CENTRAL IDEA. French Socialist Party's War Lesson. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

JUSTICE THE CENTRAL IDEA. French Socialist Party's War Lesson. (Renter's Telegram.) LONDON, Monday. M. Thomas, the French ? Minister for Munitions, declared that the Socialist party,' which ^labored' before the war to organise society was now ' faced with tlie ruin of their efforts. They were powerless to prevent the war because they had not justice as the basic princi ple of , the future of Socialism. Thev must include the idea of justice, which wag Impossible until justice appeared in Germany's offers.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Want the Bookmakers. DISORDERLY MEETING IN PERTH. Clergyman's Denunciation. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

Want the Bookmakers. DISORDERLY MEETING IN PERTH. Clergyman's Denunciation. SYDNEY. Tuesday. There was a disorderly meeting at the Penh Town Hall, called for the pur .pose of assuring the 'Government of pub lit; support in Us efforts to abolish book makers and red ucev racing. The ' Rev. s. Cox received a warm time , from Interruptions. He 'declared they had robbed the laborer of his re ward and fattened on his misery. They never earned an hones* shilling in their lives. - . , An amendment was submitted recom mending- that bookmakers be legalised to act on all racecourses where the :otalisator is in operation and that a tax be levied on all tickets issued. Disorder followed, and the chairman closed the meeting. Subsequently another meeting carried the amendment.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL WAR CABLES. GERMANY'S "HOLY ANGER." Kiaser's Reply to Public Clamor. War of Frightfulness. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

GENERAL WAR CABLES, GERMANY'S 'HOLY ANGER.' Kiaser's Reply to Public Clamor. War of Frightf ulness. - (Pu1j'liis..])e-l in 'The Times.') ni imi LONDOX, Momky. me iimes says tlie German public bodies, responded to the Kaiser's appeal on January 13 by perfervid protesta tions of loyalty and determination, de manding unlimited frightfulness against Britain. The Kaiser replying stated: Germany will continue a defensive war filled by determination and holy anger, because her efforts have, been repulsed. The German people and princes stand strong together with God's help for protection asaihst the furious attacks of their blinded foes.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIGHER COST OF LIVING. Heavy Increase Since the War. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

HIGHER COST OF LIVING. Heavy Increase Since the War. SYDNEY, Tuesilav. The Government Statistician states hat nt the end of December last the ?r'ce of .meat in Sydney was 63 per ent. '.higher than in July 1914. Other 'iqd and groceries were 19 per cent. Mertier, and lhe prices for the two com bined were 31 per cent, higher. \

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAXI COLLIDES WITH POST. Soldier Killed. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

TAXI COLLIDES WITH POST. , Soldier Killed. ... SYDNEY, Tuesday. - Owing to a taxi cab, in which he was ?seated, colliding with) the verandah post '?-] Flinders-street 'this morning Arthur Patrick 'Murray, a soldier who was in ?aimp; at Liverpool, and was1 to have left tor the front shortly had his skull frac ? ured and died almost immediately. The driver of the (axi, Henry Step hens- was arrested ' and brought before lhe court and cliargedi with- the m'an n'nushter of Murray. He was remand ed for eight days. . ' '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAWLER TROUBLE MAY FIXED UP. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

TRAWLER TROUBLE MAY BE FIXED UP. SYDNEY. Tuesday. There is a likelihood of the trawler troube being patched up. At any rate there will be no -extension of the dis pute at present. The whole question will be discussed bv Mr. Beeby on his return 'from Adelaide.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEPLORABLE ROADS NEAR SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

DEPLORABLE ROADS NEAR SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Tuesday. , During a -recent tour of inspection in which the Inspector-General of Police ??overed 1600 miles in a motor car he round the roads generally in the coun frv in excellent order, but within 80 ?niles of Sydney, in a deplorable condi tion. ? '?' ,

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

v , CROUP. M\L' Ute sllould be lost w»en a Irhin- «8 svmptoms of croup Cham, I the nhW Remedv slvon na soon lor tL d I)Gcon'es hoarse, or even Innif °f?Upy cough anPears, SUll pro fnt l»e ««w*. SOW by qep. Malljby,

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEAVES FROM A WEEK'S DIARY. Social and Unsocial Life in Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

LEAVES FROM A WEEK'S DIARY. Social and Unsocial Life in Tamworth. '- (Bj? Uibania.)1 \Vluit a. '-trangfi-inlndba' entity is a Governifaeut! Oiir Q-oi'e'inment is pur suading,1 oidcun'g:, cajoling, 'bulljing ovoijono to be economical, and ?while cortecientJous-inin.fl^d people like our »ehes- Avalic a'bioad in latt ydai's gai m§nts, and abstaan '-iiAm e\peiibi\e plea&uica, and geneidlly go along in that depletion oi spirits bom oi the vennrient goes to woik mefiilj, tears up liiileb of, Stieets and pavements, \\astes t.inlvstul of keio&ene llluminat' ing the deadly pitfalls it pays men to make at ,the Government stioke, and while it tluo^vi money aiound malving a homd ine&s of oveiyllung enjoins economy. ' It's wonderful |\\ht a 16t o£ talking is going on. K\ery puibhfe speakei gets up aiVd tells1 the w-orld to piactice economy but tlie one who will tell us how he the countiy i& benefited thqieby has yetfto be found. 'We cannot pi.vctiac Economy 111 ou...

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A HARD TIME. THE WILLING MAN. Putting a Face On It. (Copyright reserved by te Crown). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

' A HARD TIME. ? ^, ? THE WILLING MAN. Putting a Face On It. (Aii&tialian AA .n OiiBspondent C i5 \S Be^n, BiiibiiJi Headqiuuteis, Fianic ) (Oopyiiglit lesoived by the Cio\wi). November 28 IIo is having a haid tirnci I do not tee that theie is any 'loason to make light1 oi it If jou do jou nob him of tho cicdit wluoh if evoi man deceived it lio ought to begetting now — tho ciedit ioi putting a good fate upon it undoi the '- oiKlitions wluoh to him at hist woic eheca- undiluted nnsoij fcome people tliink th.it to toil the tiuth m those mat tors would lundei ieciiutai1g Well, if It did, it would only mean th.it the jo'ung Australians u-ho stjy .it home aie Suilty or ^ieatei 'meanness wan one lias 2\ei thought Foi^ tho Ansti.ili.in hoi' has plunged into an existence mdie like that oi a duck m a fmmyaid diairt than to anyothoi condition known oi dioam 3J oi m lrg own sunnj land Ho is re ?? .sting it not only passably, but well, and ii you wsant to know tlie lea&on — as f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

The Fair startsTo-morrow It's mighty important Mini you should know ihU, in order thnl yon may ?concentrate your -*a«h f'ciVes oti tlie *pol where Jhey will 'be most elTee tive. jl FAIRINGS ALL OVER THE HOUSE! BIG SAVINGS YOU'LL fM ' APPRECIATE. XeVer have we hnd stich n slashing- of prices ns wo had in all depart mC'fS' ? COME TO-MORROW! Esfra \nssT=tnnts engn«e'd' — and remember the big ,. bargains in Millinery, Costumes,' Blonds Underclothing, Etc. ', . OUR WINDOWS WILL BE LIGHTED' UP AGAIN TO-NIGHT. Here fli'e'.i ft™1 l'Llles! taken pnoinisc'iiouwly from ea'ch department. ! There ,Vc 'hundreds of other bargains - -, SHOW ROOM ^AIRINGS. . Lndies' Blpn?cs, in Floral Vo-iie, Spot Voile, Cream Lace, White lLac«, ? u-snnl Price 5/11 to 17/6; Pair Price, 2/l£? - ^ — Lndie»' .Linen Dress Slcirts, UsnaJ Price 8/11 to' Jo/ Pair Price, 3/0. Ladies' 'White Muslin One-Piece Costumes, U&uail Price' 10/6; Fair Prioe. l 1 2/1L ' *: ' Lndie^'CcCored Crepe or Floral Voile One-Piece Costu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

' ' BUSINESS NOT'.wcS. | Healed by Cuticura * ; Trial Free. . ; s %_ ? - 'My, little girl iuffefed with dry itch- . big rash o»-er her lxxly. 'Hie rash first t broke out in little pirn- ' pies with watery top-. |j - The cliild scratched \ thpra until they turr.cd 'i, into one red, paw, V inflamed mass, i 'Seeing hema mother ' healed' her child wish -' ^ - Cuticara Soap and Oint ment I sent for- then. In : i-i weeks' time' the' sUn was clear and healthy.' ' - '(Slimed) Mn. Anfriis MfcDonald. Spnnsf St., Young, N.'S'. W., October 26, 1915. Free sample each by po3twithj32-p.r Skin.Eppk,. (Soap to cleanse and Oint ment to' heal.) ' Address posr-card: . R., Tojvn?. & Co., Sydney, N. S. VV. Sold throughout the world. ' RELIEVE THAT 'l 'ACHING BACK DR. SHELDON'S GIN PILLS ! ' r Fir BACKACHE u- Prloe ' i KIDNEY TROUBLES 1 6*2/6 Best *nd Sorest Remedy far BACKACHE, LUMBAGO, an* ail ,-* KIDNEY TROUBLES;- *. ;- tiOfcD BY G. S. DALTON. J .' SPLENDID REMEDY FOR '' ? CHIL.DREWS COUGHS. ; ...

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