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P.P. BOARD PROSECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
P.P. BOARD PROSECUTIONS. At the Tremwortih. Police 'Court ou J ?'iii-irt.'a-iv Ui6 Tdiiynortli P.I*'. ?' Hoard proceeded against ' Danial By an fw nllownK stock to drpabturo on bho - Moor Crook reserve which was L'ened tor truvell'iig stock. Mr. A. J. Croagh of' Messrs.- Crcagh ii.d Creayh a.ppeared for tbe P.P. Board Defendant pl«idcd guil-tir and w.is fin -l :.'0/ with 20/ costs. Tho Board also proceeded airjin'-t Fred rick Motes Bvxon loy 'tr.ivellnii'i sbcep ,i:-it legibly branded witili tlie letter T. ^Ir. Or*ea«li stated' thci-u wore about 'mC sheep in tli-» mob only about 230 of nli k'li boro tho T brand. Dof-\iid»Tit ii-iu) uloaded guilty wa.s fiu -?d 10/ i\Ltli 20/ costs.
GERMAN OFFICER'S STORY. Accurate British Marksmanship. (Published in "The Times.") LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
GERMAN OFFICER'S STORY. Accurate British Marks-manship. ? , (I'uiblia'hcd in 'j'Bho 'IMmetj.1') LONDON, Wednesday. Tho 'Times' correspondent at Yinui Jen su.ys: Nine 'depressed .German petty allicers landed and are staying djt a lictel. With the aid of the Dutch beer they recovered v their spirits aud sang lymnt,, Tibey are convinced that num erous German destroyers were sunk, but oeing in the rearguard could not see their actual late. A petty officer says the night was clear. The alarm bell rang at 3 o'clock in the morning. _ He went on deck to supervise the 'aiumundtfon supply and says', 'I' saw the enemy abeam at long ?a'uge They were apparently two Brit ish1 squadrons ,c.f four to six moderate sized ships each. Their marksmanship ,vas very accurate. We- were soon hit. We tried to niake for &. German port and would have reached Emden but s'ighted British destroyers near Ymuiden and de cided sto run ashore, 'hut a Dutch trawler explained we were close to Ymuiden. The main ...
BATTLE IN FIERCE BLIZZARD. Corpses Frozen te the Decks. Ten German Vessels Reported Sunk. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
. BATTLE IN FIERCE BLIZZARD. ? Corpses Frozen te the Decks. Ten German Vessels Reported Sunk. (R-euler's ~ Telegram.) .' ' j LONDON, Wednesday. ,' A correspondent at Amsterdam says lhat the sea light was lought in a fierce olizzard, tae wounded, being frozen to .he deck. The battle greatly excited' Holland, ^wiplo flocking to I'miMden. The cold added to xJio horrors of the conflict, a -errible spectacle being the removing ol Jie frozen wounded and chopping out ot .he iimeu dead. ?? Three Dutch tugs towed in V69, whose torpedo tubes were knocked sideways, o.giuil tower, searchlight, tunnel and judge destroyed. ;. She- had also a deep iidenta*km in ill© s-do, whoie a British lestroyer liammecl ner. i'our omcers ,\ere lulled, and SO of a' crew of 160 are missing. '? ' . ' Jt is reported that the German we.unded jdnors -adhut that ten German vessolSL ivere sunkcv ^-.. -. «-ii^;». , r -V correspondent at The Hague says that V69 'presented '«? grisly spectacle , coming in 'to Ymuiden harb...
LATE SPORT. RANDWICK RACES. Tips for To-day. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
LATE SPORT. | RANDWICK GRACES. .Tips for To-day. SYDXJOV. TlraiMljiv. 'ICiirly liii-dV tips Tor to-inoriow : Klying: Colugo, Quinn's Pasfc, La '? piujjp. Phillip Stakes: Ottadeni, Kiuucr, Tal voon. Amiiveibary Hiaudicap: T.bo l'orlun« Hunter. Xniivo, b'antaiie, or tlic ClirJs cian Braibhei*. Novice: Crney, AbiM-lady. Kcnvcrno. Xur-sery: I..idy Comely, JJronzito; Bvz nnt. tlia!iwo'ip;bt Haiulicap : Cariiie, Lon;; irre. Tlireo Star. * '?luck Hpur' fancies:' ? '? Klying: Itoyal Laddie, Hofcedoll, Coi ugo. Pli'llip .Stakes: Khmer. Oltadini. Bcx ivnt. N*vi--o: Dick Vcdgcwood. Urivoy', Ab erlady. Aiiniviir.»:iry tf;iudi;'iip: Tlip Koi'tiine rliiintor. QnniMik-. Fa.iiturie or Xnrjvo. , Xurswy: T/f-dy Ccmelj. Prince, 15il!:in !-.--» Princo Marsyas; Hiahweif^lit: Cariiie, Clydt'ydo, Hop J'S-it.
A. COMING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
A .COMING- CMUOMOXY. Tlio decision ol the Municipal Author ities to ou.ee more kiy the loundation s-iono at tho pi'ooosed new City Hall in Market Square, has fallen decidedly flat, so iar at- the general public ore concern ed. Ihe ottieaal nnnoiiDicc»ncnt certainly oanio as a-'eurpmo and the consensus of public opinion f-cean-s to be that the cere mony winch *s to take place ucxt mouth, ii. -|uii.te out ol joint with the times. Wiliab with valuable land resumptions and cost of construction, tho complete scheme is Ulcely to involve an outlay of anything up to I141II a million sterling. Of cmir.se bho expenditure will be spread over a number of years and this is being offered a,-- the ojioiise for proccedng wth th pro iecb a.b tho prfseiit moment.' Xo offic ial announcement however has been ?mado as to exactly what at is proposed to do, though generally it i.s token for grauiteil that -hhore is no intention of proceeding with ihp complnte scheme. In laot it i.'- doubtful when the isto...
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
UOXTXG. T.wo very clever lads in Bobby Gki li-'in (8.3) nnd '.lianmy Tnylor 7.131) met n\ the Brisbane stadium' on Saturday, ii'whl. and so evenly contested wais the I11 Iw thjit T,lu- roforp-\ couW not fepar- ' '*?- 1-lrnm. blip dnmsion nijeotiiig with eoi !1;il npnrovnl. Tho two had mut prov wusly just wliear Graham had ' le.f t the amateur ranks, and on that occasion the More anigged Taylor wore Iris opponent down and so got the verdict 111 Jus fav otiir. Since that time Graham has im-. proved a lot. On Saturday he boxed with fjrea.t ' confidence, and delivered his Wows with considerably mote ]xreo!&ion. Taylor opened very slow ly, - leaving Gra ham to do most of tho 'leading, but al ter tho second round he ^oke. up and tried to get under Graham's defence. The ex-am a-tour was alive to tho move li.«!i-,vi-.rt». .mirl c-limvorl irlinf. n oln.vnr lnd lie is by constantly making Taylor miss and then stepping quickly in with n snappy l-isht and lelt. Taj lor perhaps wfi,v tli...
AN IRRITATED TREASURER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
AV IIUUTATED TR.KASC1M311. ?? 'I'reaMner Theodore doesn't ofben lot-e hit. temper 'nlie'i the homy handed .sons oi toil ijer,-onally approach him. Hut he went very new to it last week. The Treasury chest on. ?which the Treasurer^ iv proverbially suppo'-ctl to sit is not' as full as it 'was wont to be and the keeper ol the kcys» .is much more inclin ed to be inn table than he would be were bho chest overflowing. A depuitation -f aboiit 70 unemployed waited on the Min ister lat-t week and at-ke-1 for work. Tliey nore gouuuio unemployetl too, quite wil ling to «jo anywhere and do anything to earn aji kouest crust* at union ratts ; but Mr. Theodore, found hiniselt coustruiiucd liko many a Minister bctorc liim.'to cut ias coat a^eordnig to.lus cloth. The only piomUe& he was ablo to give vtib thiiD he i-ould &te 'if ihe oould do some thing to urfs'st tliom'. 'Wiq appareiitly populai' (among the deimtatiomsfe) siik gestion that the. Got eminent bUouW ai rans« for a reductio...
A NEW ELEMENT IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
A XEW NLEMTiNT IX I'OTilTICS. 'Ihe Ilyiin Government may live to rue tho day 'its Assistant. Minisber for Jus tiiti* mads his notorious^- speech, before the lri-ih Association some few months n.go. It i^ a «pceoh that has never bden. forgotten, not is it likely to be. while t/he Etcnitloman Who made ib remains a Cabinet Minister. Certain happenings sinco 'have served to iurther arouse feelings which iuive 'lain dormant for yeius with fcho result that tho oommuni.ty l-ii ow nppau'ently on the threshold of a .icutarian s»ti-uggle. JS'ot only luib the subject received, eonsideiaible attention lrom piactica-Uy every church pulpit. It has* had special retcience 4it a number ot 7jublic and .sejni-public fnuctions and lias also, contrary to the usual order of blungs been 'given, a Very large amount ot s.paco in the public press. So much prominence was in fact awarded it — oven in one ol tlio great, dailies whose coluinas have, been taboo to sectarian questions for upwards of half a century...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
O'TRE FOR STOMACH niSORDBRR. ?Disorders of fho stomach may be avoi-' led l)v the use of Chamberlain's Tablets For llio stomncli and liver. Many were rpmnrknlilp (-im-s havf n»oi- offptf .-*?,? hv tlieso tablets. Sold by Goo, Mallaby.* ' BUSINESS NOTICES. . PIMPLES USED TO ' IRRITA1IAND BURN Healed by Cuticura Trial Free ' 'My face was very itchy and red and after a day or so it was full of little pimples, which got bigg'er. .The skin lound the pimples was red and inflamed. They used to irritate'and burn! me and I scratched them and caused, them to bleed, then most of them festered; The', pimples caused me great disfigurement. '1 had the pimples three months..' -I ' obtained Cuticura Soap and Giintment. I used to 'wash my face with ': Cuticura , So.ip and apply the Ointmer#. In a fortnight the pimples weie flic-led.' (Signed) C. H. Cabrie, 134 Stefcvart St., ?- ' K. Brunswick, Vic, November. IS, 1915. Free sample each by post v.ivtli 32-p. Skin Book. (Soap to cleanse alnd Oint ment t...
BRISBANE NOTES PRESIDENCY OF THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
BKISJJA^K NOTES (b'loni Our Oimi Conespoudout.) JL'lllflfc.IDJOXCY OK 'iilli COUNCIL. Atteii- the lotiicnU:cl deaili oi the late Sii- Artdiur ^lorgiin, ilie quidnuncs qiuck Jy nob to iioik iukI x)i'i-.'Li«ilIy unaiii mously tipped fcho Jloii. '\V. , llainjllon, liOudci' ol tli« GorciDinenti in tho Upper House as tho new JL'rcgident/ ot the i^cg iblutiyc Council. tJ would bo a popular appoijitnicnb too wjnoufj, the ineani-eis ot tlic Upper Oiiiimber «s 5fr. Hamilton, by hi.s big-hoarbcdiie-s, diploinntio liandliuj; ol Government busine^ and astute bxit Kumi.y uuiiuvi:*ii::p, ovcu wnvn icciiny; rail liijsli, luus f^ijupd the rcr^-cc.t and' csitccm ol member.':. 'But Mr.1 Hamilton is nob in ? bporiiiiiK parlnnco 'a suro tiling for the 'Prwsitkiicy, at. it is- by no means* certain thait ho iviants the appointment. AnotJicr niimo thab of ]lon. l-\ McDonnell M..L.C. hn,3 been anontioned 'in a quarter that j.s usually \\c\\ infoimc-l in regard to the onbsnl'ions of the; Government. 'In pol...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
' BUSINESS NOTICES. I ^t^^W//-' \ MotSllcrs Y jMl- ~*\'^ki* ?'^Wm^ 1 AsWon * Parsons' ^^f(.'C^J^!//^^P'/. J flams' Powders ^M^Jm^^^^^^^^^m time Prlnces and I West Australian Finds Powders Indispensable. I 'What we would do without Malncaiia Infants' Powders for the babies I I do not know, and wo arc always lecorn mending them to our friends.' ? I Mr. FRANK W. FORWOOD, P.O. Bo\ 26, Kalgocrlie, V/est Australia ASHTQN& PARSONS' INFANTS' POWDERS Are intended to ease pain and soothe the child ; check stomach disorders; correct the motions, relieve fever, restlessnebs, fretfulness, and similar 1 troubles incidental to the teething period; and are useful in delayed 01 unduly prolonged dentition. Supplied by Royal Command to— a H.I.M. THE DOWAGER EMPRESS OF RUSSIA J~»j--V dSslSb H.n.H. THE DUCHESS OF FIFE feSMflfeg WKmll? H RH THE CROWN PRINCESS OF ROUMANIA WM&! 7 Wi&W H.I H THE GRAND DUCHESS OLGA OF RUSSIA HElS WSES9 H.R H. PRINCE CAROL OF ROUMANIA H.R.H. PRINCESS A...