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GAMBLING RAID. keeper of Premises Fined £100. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

GAMBLING RAID. Keeper of Premises Fined £100. SYDNEY, Thursday. Kikht men wore '?.before Kb_o l'ol.'co Court to-day in connection wtth a raid m sin alleged betting house in, the oily [ on Saturday night. ' ,' \ IV\j kwper oi tue prenuseb wus lined £10-5; in default., wine monUi» impris oiunent, aaid tlie remainder £~- eaiih or ;wo months' ''gaol. '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

SAY, FAIR IS ON COME NOW-NOW-NOW IginpraJico J ' m a y be blis.s — 'but it is wiio ' to have knowledge o'f ' a big ccouoiny event like this. Careful housewives who Hvaul, to 'make every' Shilling county' will bq de jigibtwl with 1'lic monster reductions in all lines, 'but CnpeciaJly in , . .; MILLINERY, COSTUMES, BLOUSES, ETC. . ?- - Wo 'have liad a merry lime culling down prices in every direction. Xow it's your turn ! ? ? , , . ? Now, ye mothers and daughters, prepare for mug-uifiueiil bargain*, in these goods'.' You'll Jiot be disappointed., . , All departments have shared in tli.ia big event. Come expecting' to save money. ' \ [ CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, ; 284, 286, 288, 290 PEEL STREET, TAMWORTH. CHEAP Collage, East Tanwortli, i -- rooms, with 2 acres of land. 40 iruit trees. Electric light and water. Price £250.: Ware and Co., Agents. CllMp' WTfeat~Farm, TaTnworTlf ~Dis'- trlct, 320 acres, well improved, 300 acres cultivation. Good cottage 7 rooms, orchard, sheds, y...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANOTHER OIL PROPOSAL. "Fishy" Legislative Opposition. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

. ANOTHER OIL PROPOSAL. 'Fishy' Leyisiative Opposition. . SYDNEY) Thursday. The Latrobe Shale Oil Purchase juiu In connection' with which the Tasman ian Government proposed to supply the Commonwealth Government with fuel Cor naval purposes, is having a stormy jmssago in tho State Legislative Council. Tho Premier romarked- that it almost Looked as it the Standard Oil Campany.'s Influence was at work: '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Further Rain and Thunderstorms. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY, ?Further Rain and Thunderstorms. 1 ' '' ' SYDNEY. .Thursday. K. general .surge Southwards of tu« different piks&urc systems is shown on ? tho chi»-i +.W.s nifTnuiir. rho.h.ijh J»ru-- iW, whkli is. fctill centrally s.tuattd ov er '-t'li* B'.-i'-t miiuitaii-- a.boub bw 4.U110 ure.-AJU.ro vchics. Tlo nioiiSDODnJ -l^re|- - K;oii.over-Que-3ni.laiia' l)4ii worked eost i\'ard (Mid is now oeimrru m- ?.nwiii u. .^-. ban© '»aid 'Xcn- Oak-don ia. where it ap iwnrs'to he trir\y oiicr-rotio. The An Lurobio.dirturlwiice ovor-iJw Tasanan &ea :s rii'ailii'Klly pulling up, whale the \n'£ uwv No'' Zealand is irainuu' e»«'gy. 'WdilL these condiVons. laithcr rain i,.nd -Miui'deivtorms reuy ba -?xpettcd in ? iho North-Kirt. qii'ir+ev. nix J ? uliowr* i-t- on-? 'the const, with ' -qnnlly J.«mtJiei ij; nvr.d^. .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

ROLL OF HONOR. Mrs. T. ' Carroll, Bolmore-street, West TaniAvortli, lias received a notification to' the effect that her son, Private J. T, Carroll, 36th Battalion, is reported woun ded. Trooper C. ,,11. Mathoivs, son of M'r. anil Jlrs. W. Jlathews, Armldal'e Hoad, has been invalided, homo suffering from It sprained spine, and is, now in Rand wick Hospital,.* Trooper Mathews* was despatch riding in Egypt in ,the Camel ? Corps when he was injured. -, Our Manilla correspondent wires:— Private James DoaU Has been wounded in. hie head in France. , He is a married man with a wife and family., -He fought in the Doer War.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAVERLEY COUNCIL SCANDAL. Government No Power to Prosecute. Law Will Be Amended. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

WAVERLEY COUNCIL SCANDAL. Government No Power to Prosecute. Law Will Be Amended. SYDN'IOY. ThurpdMV. It transpires that the Local Govern ment Department hits no power to pro *ecute those aldermen oV the fWavcrley Council, against whom the Council re used to take proceedings Jn connection vith the recent report of the Depart liental examiner. ' The Solicitor-General has expressed he opinion that proceedings can only jc taken by the Mayor o^ a, person ap poialed by the Council, And that in his belief the Local Government Depart ment has no legal authority to inter vene. It is believed an early- opportunity will be taken to amend the law and ;ive the Minister for Local Government 'ho right1 to initiate prosecutions in oates where Councils fail, to firry out the'r duty, or have not completely ful filled it.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE TELEGRAMS. DRUNKEN FATHER BEATS WIFE. Son Uses Rifle. Magistrate Discharges Accused. No Jury Would Convict. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. DRUNKEN FATHER BEATS WIFE. ? I . Son Uses Rifle. ' Magistrate Discharges Accused. / No Jiiry Would Convict. SYDNEY, Thursdiiv. ? Frank Toombs- was charged \at the Paddington police court to-day with shooting his father, Alfred John Toombs Constable McPherson deposed that ac cused sai,d: 'I shot, my father to-night up at our place. He was drinking and knocking my mother about. I went to fake her part. He came at me. I went' and got a rifle and fired at him.' In another statement accused said: '1 sang out to my father let my mother go or I will put a bullet through you. I did not actually aim at him. 1 simply fired.' ^ ! Alfred John Toombs said he had a disturbance with his wife. He had been drinking. He felt a shot but could not say who fired it.' He had a hazy recol lection of what happened. The magistrate (to accused): I am sorry to see you at your early years placed in this position, but 1 think it is x greater misfortune to be the son of a. man wTio in a drunken c...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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MANILLA HOSPITAL. MANILLA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

MANILLA HOSPITAL ' MANILLA, Thursdiiy. At the annual meeting of the hospital this aCternoon Messrs. R. 'If. Hudson, D. McDonald, P. Donnelly, T. Hlscox, J. B. FiPtzgerald, J. T. Bjrnes, A. It. Me Leod, A. C. Veness, D. Mackenzie, T. N. Jolmstone, W. Grantham, 'H. Bakor, W. Kemp, W. M. Tronerry, X- D. Kennedy, and H. Stoddart were elected conunU tee unopposed. The annual report stated that in the oarly part of the year it seemed that the committee would be compelled to draw upon the reserve fuud In order to carry on, but an appeal ti tho public re ceived a magnificent response, and tlic year closed with the finances on a finj1 footing, the credit balance being £31a The number of patients treated dur ing the year was 148.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAITLAND HOSPITAL. Ex-Minister's Promise Not Yet Redeemed. Dissatisfaction of Members. MAITLAND, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

MAITLAND HOSPITAL. Ex-Minister's Promise Not Yet ' Redeemed. Dissatisfaction of Members. M-AJTLA'm ' Thursday.' Considerable dissatisfaction was ex pressed at tlie annual meeting of the llaitland hospital last evening at the i'alluro of ,the Government to redeem the promise o£ Mr. Flowers, former Chief Secretary and' Minister of Health, with regartl 'to making available any bal ance required in connection with the erection of new isolation, wards. The dissatisfaction culriiinated in the rcfussl of members of the committee- to accept nomination for another term. Only' the trustees- and auditors were elected, so that the institution is at present with out a committee of management. Tliis action was taken as a protest against the treatment meted out to the hosnial committee by the Government. Mr. W. JIcLanehan said that the Gov ernment seemed to treat the committee like a lot of schoolboys. lie was pleas ed at the stand that the committee had taken in refusing to nominations. The) had ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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German Naval Adventure. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

German Naval Adventure. (United Service). LONDON'. Thursday. Experts agree that the Germans iu tended an extensive enterprise against Anglo-Dutch shipping communications, The theory that the' German left Zee brugge because' it 'was ice-covered is discarded owing to information 'that Zeebrii2;ge is not seriously frozen. The 'Daily Mail' naval correspondent suggests* that the flotilla was going to Emden for repairs.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Wilson's Third and Last Move. SENATE SPEECH CRITICISED IN AMERICA. WASHINGTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

Wilsons Third and Last Move; SENATE SPEECH CRITICISED IN AMERICA. , (Renter's Telegram.) ' ' AYAS1NNG-TON, TliurMlay. ! President Wilson is planniug a' fJnrd ; move, belie%'im; in diplomatic circles to i be his last. Its purpost it undibclosed. ' j The Senate debate vovives on Friday | aud 'it is loxnccted will partly endor.se j President Wilson . j TJio President expects tJiei Allies to re- , piy- . .. . ' ? I Piross comments oontinuo to vary, i Many declare . there is iucreawng eyi- i deuce tluit idio Wilson move is in the in Dt're&ts of C«i-many. . . ~ .' ,| ^fii1. Wood, a fornioJ' member* of tbe. .' N'-'val Cont-uJ'tiinji l?oard. telograplieid i Wi!son : '''For God's sake bo- Ameri ca n.' Ho f-hiims tbs President is play- j irg the-esBevlin game and has heen , in- | timddated by Bernitarff's subinn'rino i tbroate. ' ! Mr. GJfford said, .Wijspn's speeoli was ' 1 l-'ow at jrsic'ee. ' ' - | General Bcckf addiietsinc; tho cheer- | in Pilgjt'ijiis' Club at Xew York, said | Hi...

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LATEST CABLE NEWS. No Peace Without Victory, BRITISH ANSWER TO WILSON. German Military Machine Must be Broken. Allies Fighting for Wilson's Longed-for Result. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

LATEST CABLE NEWS. No Peace Without Victory, BRITISH ANSWER1 TO WILSON. German Military Machine Must he Broken. Allies. Fightiny for Wilson's Longed-for / Result. ? -(Renter's Telegram.) . i — ^— — — . ' LONDOX. .Thursday. ! Ml'. Uonar La.w, at Bristol,, replyinj,' j to Pj-esidont Wibon't speech, deearcd: j 'The GormaJii' io-callcd peace off or was ' i-osoLved by i.be Allies in t.Iic- only pos- I siblo' way. Wo believe the essence ol , this conflict is a question which is a*- old , n.s time, namely, tbe d'ffevence ijetween rii;ht and wrong. We know this is a f 1 tt-jir ol naked 'asl4ro.ssioii 'and that the i K-nini«-. wliiub Jiavc accompanied tbe con- | dwA ol t1h- 'war «nd wbich have been | nnkiipiMi in the world, for centuries aro an all compared with tho initial crime of p'.uiiKincr thn world~into a war by cold bl'ooded calculation because those re- j sponsible tliouglit it would pay. Our i aim , coincides -vrith the Wilson effort to p secure present and hitnic peace and it i wou...

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RECRUITING AT MAITLAND. MAITLAND, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

RECRUITING AT MAITLAND. MATTUVXIX Wi d ncbday . «:...,. 4llo r''''1'''1'^ 'Illlll'lip1! SHirttfl in jraltland district C8 men have vol ii'+cer-.vd. C7 lvihis clashed a.s fit. Tn ad ,l'i,:«.i m'^i' °O rniln-nv itt'i 'li-ivp hwn' to Sydney, the' maiority of whom were accepted for the railway units.

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British Labor Congress. ANGRY SCENES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

British Labor Congress. ANGRY SCENES. (United 'Service). . ' , , ' LONDON, Thursday. There were angry scenes at the Labor Congress. Kirkwood, a deportee from the Clyde, attacked the Henderson sec tibn. The deljegat,es were demoiistrat ing ironically and cheering Lloyd George ' Kirkwoo'd stated that every man ob jecting to Lloyd George's policy was deported from. Glasgow. i' Mr. Henderson moved a committee of inquiry. ' The -debate was closured amid howling and jeering. The motion \yaa i carried, the 'society of engineers sup porting Mr. Henderson.

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British Man Hunt. AGRICULTURE MUST GIVE UP ELIGIBLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

British Man Hunt. AGRICULTURE MUST GIVE Up' . ELIGIBLES. (Router's Telegram.) . . LONDON. Tlnutiinv. . Lord Derby and Mr. Prollieio ' btuU that the urgent military situation ti quiircs tho taking of men undor 2o even in an industry so essential as agriculture. On tlie other hand agriculture asks to retain a.11 Us skilled labor. Tho con fliouim ciliiiiins are only reconcilable if t'ii- fcoldior and , farmer each yields .some thing. Only'30.0CO would bo called up' without the 'War OaibinfttS {.auction. Tha nuilita.ry authorities ba.vc arranged substiutes who include, a proportion of tlioso skilled in tlie management of horses. Also tlie return Iroin tlie. colors of men accustomed -to .steam cultivators and will send other men to a.ssiit in pioufdiinj; and sowing, assuring a volume of labor exceeding that for the pust cicjlit' months. ? , ,'' j

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Latest War Items. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

Latest War Items. (HoiiWv Telegram.-) LONDON. Thursday. The food controller has decided wltlr a view of augmenting the supply of barley aud sugar for the purposes of food, also economising transport, labor and fuel that the fceer output from April 1 shall bo seventy per cent, of the out put for the current financial year. Tho Government correspondingly restricts tlie 'release of wines and spirits in bond. , The Press Bureau says that on the occasion of the reopening of Parlia ment as the country is at war the King and Que«n and suite will arrive in plain carriages attended besides , the house hold cavalry, by an Imperial escort of the officers of the Oversea and Indian forces. The procession -within the House will be of a naval and military character. The 'Tyd's',' Berlin correspondent ; says it is believed that a new submarine ' campaign will shortly be started in the I hops' of cutting, off Great BTitain from ' her vital resources. A German i official says considerable territory w...

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German Disapproval. WILSON AS "LEADER OF NEW MANKIND." Published in "The Times.") LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

German Disapproval. WILSON AS 'LEADER OF NEW MANKIND.' (l'ti'l-!i.-,lied in' 'The Time*.'') ' LOXUOX. Thursday. ine -Koemisciio voiks Zeftung' says: Tlio' quadruple alliance lias the right to consider Itself tlie victor, nevertheless it was pre-paTCd for a peace agreement, with neither side dictating terms. The Kntente does not wish this. Germany now flatlv refuses Wilson's solution. It regards AVilson's deuiajjMl for tlje inde pendency of Poland as^&n intolnrahle suggestion. I£ tlie President values our friendship he should, not mention the question again. One would lie struck with blindness if one did not know that Wilson lias a burning ambition to step forward as the leader of a new man kind, incidentally creating a authorita tive influence for the United States In world questions, Manv German newspapers comment that tho Munroe doctrine is crumbling and accuse Wilson of inflated egotism.

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LATEST SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

LATEST SCRATCHINQS. KVHXF.Y. Tlnnvdav. Kcratliuingb, A.J.C Races: \ l»iiiillij- Stafcefc.: Ul-.ick AVallace, 13tz lt. Petovyn. . , ' ' Xui-er.v Hundicax-: Biacl. WaHjcc, \shiiii-, Pontormo. I'uyui^ lInnd.-Mi-: Colngo, AVooiak. Ufclfcrn. ? A.J.O. St. Loger: (jloucosloi- C^tlc. A.J.O. Hac-%: N ? ' '. -i.t,. Le^ar: lloatUorW'a«. Linctman, B(d AMioat. Tiiitometw. Jri«h Comedy.' Tlie True Blue, O.u-scrole Colt, Gabes, Xo«-tor Knic'lrt. ' Aacofc Vale Stakes: The BardoTpl]— Eola colt., ^fount Kinfe,- Malt Maid. RomiI Oh^l AmaKoiHii. Queen lX-\va,'-'e I.o.Vjim. Apple Blo--&oin. bady Itog-'i. fv)uco:i CainiPii. '; '?_ SAros Produce Stnkc&: Queen Domigei Loloma, Apple B!os.V)i') l--ad.v Heg1;-. )noen O-irmen. Muorileld Itacos: . ' JiivonMe Handiicjij) : Mininora, Goimbla r'.nck Thfbtle, ^Kidolia, Ooolriff, WiUoira. All ISiMragemeirtfr : Petrilla. Diptydi, Sir Doimlai Limpcc. (Jotorgc Bush, 1/01 li'.ui, 'nir'fit3isst;od.

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WYONG PARK RACES. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

WYONG PARK RACES. Sn-XRY. Thur-.ujiy. Wyons I'mk pony rates resulted: 1-(.2 JhiHlcn II-.mdicMi-: Vin-eficld 1. Afastcr Wully 2, GWfieM 3. AVimicr '1 'ul. Won by (i luiiistli. Tr'iiuo oOJ sees. Fouirioen IiaikIs llandicim: &wn--~tikn ] Giiven 2, Mnnxinan 3. Wiiinr 3 to 1 Won by n lenffth and a half. Time 30 14.1 Xoviw Hiind:fni-: ' Olareficld 1. Koijie R 2 Vrljiceiidd ?'$. AVinmr 7 lo 1. Won by tinier long-tlis. Tiine oOJ. ' 1-1.2 Xovico Hniidr'cnp :? Plain Iris 1, \ 'a!.- tor ^lai'l 2. Flrs'i Alice ii AVin ?ior evens. Won by J 'le'nsrtlis. Time ol M.3 Handicap: Florrie iloore 1. T/find ? ?-)(} i. Tattle Jaok 3. Winner .6 to 1. Won by n long neck. 'IVano 37^ sees. 11.2 Handicap: Doughboy 1, Bonne Prudence 2. Only two t-itarters. Bet ^iiifi 3 lo I o.n t.l'o Avinncr. Won by 8 'cngtlis. Time l.-l.

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RECRUITING CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

RECRUITING CAMPAIGN. TJiic conditions of enlistment in the lCxpeditionary Vorw togotlicr witb plher u.'ol'iil information for ]-oRSons enlitting .u-i- Mippr.ed by tlio War Service Com iiit+ec. i, Ii'jiious deiiiing to enlv.t should ap ??'-' urfc tbn l-rill Mm 11 MniTUS-su-Mt, \rhere preliminary arrangements wul be ?'-irl(» tor enlib+'iicnt. The- recruit on Drill Hall can fix .his owii timp for on toriin' camp, so'tliat ample opportunity pi-ttsentiiip: hiin-v.rif fw cn'lii.tmcnt at the is nfToi-dod far «iii[ilciu£i aTTai/Stcments ni'otteM'v before beginiiing 'braining. In the moantMKfl it i« ivell to point out that it is advisable for. a person to bo at once mcdioallv examined in order tluit 'he may. know definitely whether he will h;- accepted. Jfiaelb rewuit «-lien vo^niitoonii' may express Iips prolVrence ioi' blwi arm of tho tan-vice tluit he nialwi.s to join, cr to t\). p.iiuoular unit to ^hictli he desire*, to bt; allotted, und hib -v\ i»U in thit. le&pcct will be acced...

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