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NARRABRI NEWS. NARRABRI, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917
NARRABRI NEWS. NAR-RABRI- Tuesday. . Tho West Narrabri M:li._.O._\ lieW its sixth annual sports in Dangar Park yesterday. Tho weather was exception ally hoi, ibnt tho aitendanco was vi-r.v large. The principal results were an lollows: — ? ' Horrit race, 3 'furs:: O'.d .In ok 11.0, 1; J;ad.y, -.9.0, ? 2. Tho .second horsei pro tected on the- grounds that tho winner cut out a post. Tho pn.tra. was dis missed. Pony 1','ico. 14,2 -iiiid: .^iiiulei-: '.Hod Wing and Miss Drown dead heat, Vol unteer 3. M.H. Handicap, 1 furlong,: ruhlicinti, 0.7, I ; Quick .March, .12.7, 2. A 'woll-attondcd 'ball was lield at night time. Tlie function was a suoi'oss. The rainfall lor the year ju«l- ended was 24 indicvi, fA) points liciiv^ Hip ure.it pr.t I ail for many years. Vital statistics lor tho. quarter ended December were: Mnmsi|;n; Id, births 83 (males ,'!8, females ?ifJ)- deaths K-, .males 9, ft incites tj). ?__?___________ ?
DEATH OF RAILWAY OFFICIAL. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917
DEATH OF RAILWAY OFFICIAL. RYDNRV. Ti\p«r1nv: . Oeorge Saunders/a r^ilwfly Inspector, ?Veil .s'uddenly 'at' the Bat hurst railway Tfation' when. proceeding from, Forbe'S'to Sydney to undergo an operation \for ^an 'nternal Injury received botoo years' ago. SYDNEY. Tnesdav.' ' Tho Oli airman of the State RecruIti'nB ^p.'nmlltpe gays he Is satisfied1 with the way the campaign, is progressing. , ? V ;
THE ARROW THAT FLEITH (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER. VI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917
THE ARROW Til AX J. LJLETH ? «a» . . : BY ' ' ''- GUY THORNE, Author of 'Mantrap Manor,' 'When it Was Dark,' 'Made in His Image','' 'First It Was Ordained,' ''£'''' Lost Cause,' &c, &oy|'';s (COPYRIGHT.) ' .,' CHAPTER VI.— (Continued') , ? 'You had. better ask him to come '.in here,' Lady Leaf said, ''unless, . ,o£ course, you wish lo have a private. in- terview. In that case, your man. could be shown into Sir Alfred's sitting vooin.' 'With your permission, Lady Leaf,' the other said with a bow, 'I should ' iprefer to interview him heue. 1 have a feeling1 that. his visit is connected in some way with this* -terrible my.ste.ry.'.' ''Vary well .well,' she answered, 'pei*- haps you may be right. Show., him in, Brown. It must be something very ur gent to have, taken your excellent fore man away so early from the works..' . 'It must, indeed,' the young men agreed. , ..,»!- 'Well MacVittie, this is a great sur prise,' exclaimed .Michael Dundas, as the figure of their most ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917
'—CASUAL COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS accompanied by cash for this column are insert3d at,1 the rate of 18 words for 1/, and Cd for each additional 9' words, or l.irt thereof. An additional charge o£ (id. is made .for booking. ? W ANT E 6. AVANfED^Men for ~SlaTting~Lucirne Hay, .from January 2nd. Must be ex perienced. Apply 'by 'Phone No ' 3 Dungowan. L.. Sprague. WANTED.— .Bread~~Carter'for a 'few weeks. Wages, £2/17/0 week. Av 'Ply, G. I-L Sands. WAN/TE'D.— A Young'' Man' to~work' at Saw.mill. Apply, K. a. Stanfield, Great jcNortliern Sawmill. ?WiAiNTEEi — iLaiige PurnTsh~ed~Biif~eiF« 'ting Room, all conveniences. .Handy ?T^e'-street. Apply, 'Moderate,' This Office. WANTED.— A c'ompetenTcobk. Vjfply, .Town and Country Hotel. WANTED'— \Ma'n, with team,' wint's Wheat to cart. ApTJTy.^G.C, 'Obser ver' Office. WiAiNTED.^aV 'Respectable Youtlij' gen erally useful, sleep at home. Apply, Dr. Harris. WANTED.— Smart, CleHn'''Girl7~a'ssiit House work half day. Mrs. Sullivan, ? A.B.C. Bank._ ,' ^_ ...
THEFT AT RAILWAY STATION. Over £50 Stolen. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917
THEFT AT RAILWAY STATION. . Over, £50 Stolen. . - A tljeft was xeoontly^coonimittod'at tho Tainm'orthx Railway iboobing office when over- £50 Was taken from tho cash-ibox during tho early hours of the morning. Tho matter was. at on-fe reported 'to' tne police.. ' ' iA!t tho Tamworth Polic%' Uouvf on Tuesday Oecil James Gilbert (25) was charged with,, having 'at Tamworth stojej) JC50/X0, tho -property 'of- the' Chief Com mossioner of Railways. Accused was r*mnwl«l for oigbt days. Bail)wnn allowed, s^lf in £80, with two sui-otics in JC40f ov one in ^§0. HHBnn
LATE SPORT. MANILLA HOSPITAL WEIGHTS. MANILLA Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917
LATE SPORT. j ? -^p- ? i MANILLA HOSPITAL WEIGHTS. ! JMLVNilLLA -Tuesday. Following are the, weiglits lor tho Manilla J.O. meeting on January U, 1017:— .Opening Handicap, fl I'urlonss: iliiuly Lofc^i' 11.5, Afnsonn yll.2, 1'hngocyte lO.fs, Ycultah. 10.10, Ciimdoon 10.6, Hay j Hampton 10.3, Miss Vanadium 10.0, Syl vanmore 10.0, ?Goodloaf 10.0, Bora Hill !-.12, Baa. Jligle 9.10, Wild Girl 9.7, H.arrigan 9.7, Pickio ,Bpc 9.7,. Marvoe 0,.7. ' x Ma . don Stnkra, f- furs. : _'nlido .10.7, Misn Yonlhali 10.7, Your Silver 10.4, Borepne 10.0, Yeulsppc .10.0, Planet \i. 10.0, Urnnl-nh 10.0, Yciilspni- 10.0, Miss iU.-v.-ieo 10.0, Koomloi- JO.0, Jvonig.in 10.0, Brown .Girl 10.0. Pine Knrosti 10.0. Ladies' Braoo.ot.j5 furs.: ._..clr«l- 11.10 ?1/uly -[iWgli 11.7, You I tali 10.10, Caro clooii. 10.6, T.ornda.10.3, ^peiulall \fl.0, Morborloy 10.0, Mora Hill O.lti, 'I aiiRo Tim 9.10, Falido 9.7, ALonlin 9.7, Ditlkio Bpe 9.7, Harrigan 9.7, Planet M. 9.7, Mnrvno..f).r. Matron's ITnndira.p, (5 furs. : ...
LATE MARKETS PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917
LATE MARKETS .PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY. Tiip.sd.iv. ?Values were flrm at Alexandria to-day. .Quotations: .Wheat.en. chaff choice 5/3, good 4/ to 4/3, inferior 3/2 to 3/3, new chaff 2/ to 2/3, oaten chafC prime !'-/, good 4/6 to 4/8, good, 4/1, inferior 3/ - to ,-3/9i; lucerne chaff inferior 3/to 3/i), lucerne, chaff ..inferior 3/c-to .3/9, lucerne -'' 'Kay inferior '2/9 to' 3/6, potatoes yi'hne 9/» Norther Sales:- Lucerne chaff from Crawford, West Tamworth, 3/; Sims, Nemingha, no offer; Reid, Morneth, 3/9.
ISON'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917
\ !S(|,N-s/p||pTURES. i At th«^ above pipture j-alacp to-day 'atv3 p.m., 'also to-nig}it at 8.45^ Williaii. Fox presents -in five reels a piofriirisat'on oJ.jtiho' grippipg stage success by pvn-n K.il8are', ''Tlio1 Regeneration,' 'a vivid pjcturisation.'1 of: Nei'v York's, slum HV, f«aturinig Anna Q. Nalsson und l'ock- .cliffe Follows? prod*iced l-y I* V \ya!sh, rwho malie 'Blue' Blood iand Red:'1.' In addition a (Dull '?supposing pi-c.ji-vnune will .be soreened. On' Thursday night .the management announce Daiiii.! 1'ioh mah will present two speaial 'dramit'c fea)-iji^s being .'So.ld,' ip ,five reels, iea tiirininj Pauline Frpfloi'ick. 'The Str-nifsht Road,' in four rp^l^^lcntm-ing'. (jllft/I.VR Hanson, ?
FEDERAL ARENA WHAT THE PARTIES ARE DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917
FERIAL i^tf^A WHAT THE PARTIES ARE DOING. (From our'Mjlboura-i Correspondent) ' t5*-^O '-;*? ? =«ns;:jffi33-S- . t ' After the liong spell of rainy woatiief. jVMbourn©' holiday folk' revelled in t'h.e sunshine of tihe Christmas holiday period.- There swas plenty of money to: spend and it was scattered pretty freely; but on the beaches, ta- numbpf -oi whioh I visited on iioxing iJ.ayj u'tJi'' ' was an unusually subdued ton'e^ ;j.Many homes are' in mourning. Then, too, there is a pretty general .conviction that peace is not very distant, and some are sorry they 'did not remain in eaanp and get. credit for heroism without.-tfa-cing.. any undue peril. The politician was unwontedly silent; he is 'hopelessly out | of !his d^ptihs, ijvhieh is not unusual and realises the fact, which is unique. A much debated question amongst the few, who did not give public affairs 'a rest' .was : 'Will Hughes attend the Imperial Conference as the representa tive io'£ Australia?' . HUGHES AND COOK.;.. The ...