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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

RIFLE SHOOTING. Wr^a ifclu)ot ior tlxo ^a-^' quarter, |f|fcv.v.v.S S 1? k % Upjolm .... 31 .7 og U- IolK« ? 23 3 20.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

AFSIVHDALE. , lieoruibing art. Ah& A-rmiclalc depot, cliorvs no signis of livening up. Business ? can be reported for every day of the puesent -week to date. Ptes. Bunowob and Bower, who were, {afKw^lled- in -Uie Town ,iH«ll were eacli 'piiet-pcntetL with,.' a ' fountain pen. The \ SlfJJorjn-esidcd. Coi^ppr^il Piikes, of tlio; X.B. Convalescent House, deliveTed a. hnc and stirring adthe=s, praising me yoiuifi isoidieils for the patriotic 'deci-sion Jind desciii,lniig liow the Australians 3i«d iouglift at Po'ziercs.- ' . ''Speaking, of the coming groiub offen-1 slve -on vtlie .paait of -bhe Allies, particular ly on the Western front, the Corpora.! said the nniversnl ibelipf was that the Gerauans i\x-uld he defeated before the munnier was ended and -ovei-v man. pos sible should cnli.st now to hplp with the great final overthrow of the foe. ',' Heavy rain has a-gain fallen at Ai;mi-i dale tivice since I last wrote. 189 points in all have bepn recorded. On Tuesday tho ci-eek ove...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

'THE TURF. Tunworth races Were responsible for one or two 'big. surprises, *he . .biggest of which was the- -success ot Coonge wai in tho Flying Handicaip. Though startling at 10 to 1 there was.no. groat inclination to back ilunii, and most ol those who took fli© chance vwer© able to got from fifteens to twenty-fives. Datioona's win on 'fclio, (Second day look ed like a reversal of form oil Jior fin-t day's run, brnt per.haps &h'e was short of a gallop. In any case there was a vast ditterence in the couir&o on the two days ana iiei- owner did not win enough on the second day to pay ior Jiis Oois on Qior fiist run. , ? rifurilo Girl, stable mate to Teioona. I won', with, marvellous case, in the- Tinai Hji'tdicajf, ;ah'd with «i. little more luck at die start, might easily have uiared a r.ice on the opening day as well. She is a bit flighty a't tho bjn'idr, but pos sesses, imdbubted pace w*icn f airly go ing. 'Talking about stavting, Mr. O'Connor is a iVondea-lully pai...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

' * SOLDIERS RETURN. Bringing a New Viewpoint in the Hatter of J^lty Protection. For many reasons now ordinary medi ,-, cines aie being disx-lneed as the standby remedy for constipnt'on. biliousness, indi .^ast'on. sick Jieadnohes, und other liver .troubles,' by .Cookie's Antibilious Pills, j and chemists in this vicinitv.are, ejtRCJ'i- ? enaing a tmuoji' gi;earter 3nd icemarkably - ? .inskitont /dertifind i,qn. tljenij One groat. ^'ejflspju.jior t,lns (the re-twn of so »m-any of ..,^^u^^Qldjet^»„3l^hoV,,in,Eilg^uld...ha,y^ loar- , ned honv much' importance' persons of ... ,,djpw:kuuiati,on,,a(ttaeh..to.tlie difference in j the effect and quality of the numerous ', .pills; in ihow much, firtcem- Ah© ga'eator f refineinent of Dr. Cockle's Pills is lield. i Tho difference cannot be described. It 5 must be experienced. The more thorough j piroinipjt .ijind -painleas effect must.be com-' ' garad.-ratly that pi pills formerly used. t CcgK'lejRj , jPills *!Ji;o. vjn -f iic,t, .found, to b...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. (By "Wakeful.") FIXTURES. JANURAY, [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

SPORTING NOTES. 1 (By 'Wakeful.') _ J.T ? ? nxTuftEk. y ^* JANUAftY, Af 29— MuBwellbrooK. FEBRUARY. ^y ^ ?|_-Wcrris Creek Amateurs,. -( ' ., * 2, S—Waleha. - «,i ? 3— Warwick Farm. , * 8— Uralta. ,»?' _t--.i 10— Canterbury Park. . | ,;-i(j, 17— Epsehill. .i _ |, 21, 22— Quirindi. ..j ? , 24— liooi'efi'eld. - 26— -Jiuswellbro ok.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

RIFLE SHOOTING. The Tamworth Rifle Club held their'' annual prize meeting on the local range yesterday. The following are the prize winners: — 'THE ENDEAVOUR,' 500 yards. J. Colmer, Tamworth, £3' ? 34, P. George, Quirindi, £2 ? 35 H. W. Worms, Singleton, £ , ? 33 G. Forge, Tamworth, 10/ ' ? 32 J. A. Bartrop, Singleton, 10/ ...... 32 G. Pearce,*A.N'.A., Newcastle, 10/ .*. 32 T. Taylor, A.N.A, 5/ .' ? 32 W Chalmers, Tamworth, 5/ ? 32 ' F. S. 'Hoddle, Murnirundi, 5/ .... 32 F. Rowland, ,Quifi(idi, 5/ ? 32 T. Dorrjngtoil, Tamworth, 5/ .... 31 T. H. Rix.on, Quirindi, ja'/ ? 31 F. Hamilton, 'Quirindi, 5/ ? 31 G. E^ Darby, Jgpri'ng Ridge, 5/ .... 31 T. Davidson, Murrurundi, 5/ ? 30 B. Rixon. iunr.,' Quirindi, '5/ ? 30 J. HassaH, T^mjKorthV'B/ ? 30 F,ive .scores of ,30' counted out. . 'THE .CAiPTAIN COOK,' 600 yards. H. W. Worms; Singleton, £3 '. . . . 33 ex. jl . jrjLuif.uic^; jviuiiuiuJlul, 3J& .. 00 S. Mannjx, Quirindi,, £1 ? 32 A. potts', Tamwqrtl^JlO/' ? '.. 32 P. Hamilton, Qui...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPECIAL STORE CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

SPECIAL STORE CATTLE SALE. Attention is dra,w.n to readers of this paper, to a special store cattle, gale lijiat jvtll be Jield,,at the Tamwor,th Municipal Yards on Wednesday next, the 31st, in stant, commencing at 2 o'clock sharp. Over 1400 head of cattle will be yanjed, including one consignment of 600 head, of cows and heifers, which are an extra good quality ,lot. The balance will com prise' of 'mixed cattle, 'bullocks, steers, cows, cows and calves, and young cat tle. All the cattle are In the pink' of condition 'and 'good quality, so buyers will have a good lot to chpose frpm. A. L. Stewart and Co., Tamworth, are the auctioneers, and they advise buyers to attend. jRemember date, Wednesday next, the 3»t instant.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

ROLL OF HONOR. M',r. ;yv. Nicjinfl, of W.estdal'e. Jias been informed' 'fry' thg -Dfifence ^Department that iiis son, .Private A. R.' JOcholl dipd on 22nd 'January, '^917^ 'in the 14th Aus tralian .Qenerai. Hospital, frqin gun shot wounds, . in .the head. 'Private Nicholl enlisted at Tamworth ' aibout 18 , montns a,go and vas drafted into tne jjignt Horse. He was well-known in the Qulr indi district, where he was a prominent footballer. T.his/ is , the, .second ,?on tiytt Mr. Nicholl has lost, his oi, Private John Nicholl, -having -.been ^posted miss-, ing in France about July last.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
German Socialists. BRITISH LABOR CONGRESS DISCUSSION. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

ierman Socialists. BRITISH LABOR CONGRESS DISCUSSION. (Published in 'The Times.1),' LONDON. Fridav. The International' Conference motion I at. the Labor Congress was discussed bit terly. . ? ... Mr. GlRsier, M. P.,- stated that the German Socialists before the war admit ted -they would not refuse'' to mobilise II Russia invaded Germany,' therefore t!hey mm 'not nusieu the tsntisii. -Mr. Thome, M.P., said the Socialists of the Central I'owers could in future meet ale.ne. ? ' I Mr. Clynes, M.P., said the Coufercncs I would be a- most dreadful bear garden. Mr. McDonald claimed that the Ger mau Socialist minority ,was true to tho gospel of internationalism. I Captiiin Smith, M.P., in a dramatic speech, said unionists iu the t.roncliqs said they would fight Prussian m'iUtarisii until it was killed for ever. Tiliore were most enthusiastic scciies. I

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hungarian View of Peace. AUSTRIAN-HUNGARIAN DOMINATION ESSENTIAL. To Free Development of South-Eastern Europe. AMSTERDAM, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

Hungarian View of Peace. AUSTRIAN-HUNGARIAN DOMINA TION ESSENTIAL. I ? i.To Free Development of South-Eastern ' Europe. i i (lieuter'.s Toleg-rum.) AMSTERDAM. Friday, In the Hungarian Parliament Count Tif.za. referring to President Wilson's sjieech, sympathetically greeted every effort to restore peace. He was therefore inclined to continue the exchange of \iews on peace with the United States, ? but. the Entente -war aims which meant the disenteg,ration of AustrUi'ITuogaryci thft Ottoman Emmifi wer« ' irreconcilaWs with Wilson's aims. . I He: asserted that Hungary, had -honor- I ed t)he principle c.t nationalities. Indeed the free development of. the nations oi I Soutih-Eastern Europe was only com pletely realisable by. the existence of the domination of Ausria-Huiigary; 'there- I fore,1' he adiled,- 'we aro completely in I agreement with Presid'erit Wilson.'' I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATEST. Losses in Naval Action. GERMANS SAY V69 ONLY ONE. But British Lose Two Destroyers. British Admiralty Says Only One. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

THE LATEST. Losses in Naval Action. GERMANS SAY V69 ONLY ONE. But British Lose Two Destroyers, British Admiralty Says, Only One. (Published in ''The Times.') LONDON. Krtdav. The Dutch correspondent of (he 'Petit Parisien' states that VG9 'arrived at Ymuiden a shaipeless carcase, the deck encumbered with de&d and debris, the German flag drooi^ng defiectedly, tjio funnels and mast gone. T+ lirod ''!', n n' ,i tin t'il|ifacci'Lri*i' ' cunnl nJ« . * Britain's sea power. V69 received only four shells, but was ? mocked out in live minutes. The Brit ish searchlights helped to confuse tlio Germans, who were demoralised Mid sur prised. A wireless German official says: YC9 received a direct hit on the bridge. Cap tain Max Schultz, commanding, the flo tilla, s'ince t.he beginning of the' war, -was killed1 with two officers and a. few others, The steering gear was damaged, eaus- . ing the vessel to collide with another I ship. V69, seriously damaged, ran to J Ymuiden unmolested. ? Tic s...

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Greece to Eat the Leek. ATHENS, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

Greece to Eat the Leek. (Renter's Teleirram.) . I ' ' A/rmWS. iTiUtf'. I Tlie ceremonial of jsnlntiuK tlie Au» f-ies in oc-cii-diinoe w.it,h ihc v^f^Z -1«mund will opcur on ZTiiimai-y 27t]i. 'e I ?Mli('«l niinisU'm. tli« Admiral !i»« ^''j j niii.noVr in cliicf mkI1 i-ejiresentflt-iTO j tlio Allied Navies will attend. ,? J

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German Satisfaction. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

German Satisfaction. (Published in 'The Times.' I LONDON, Fndaj. I The 'Cologne Gazetto' says: ib« u' minions fooling towards England MJ chaiiKCd visibly since the beginuinso the war, and is latterly showing signs of independence. .. Canadian recruiting is at a standstill Australia has refused compulsion °»0 is making mild protests against ti« radical shrioker Hughes, that colon* Lloyd George. South Africa has a colored problem'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russian Riga Offensive, PRELUDE TO COURLAND CAMPAIGN. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

Russian Riga Offensive, PRELUDE TO COURLAND CAMPAIGN. (Published iu 'The Times.') ? LONDON, Friday. ?i uo Russian Riga offensive is direc ted at the important- rail centres ot Mltau and Sukkum, to secure a bettor jumping off ground for tlie Court* offensive later. The ,Aa and Tirul quagmire swamps and morasses are impossible for sprins operations. Now they are frozen nail «'e excellent for lighting, whk-h sluWwro continues:

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Allies' Naval Policy CHANGES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

Allies' Naval Policy CHANGES IN THE MEDITERRAWEAH (KeiiterV Teles'rani.) ' LONDON, Friday. 1 lie Admiralty the last few days lias been the scene of an important' uaval conference between the British, French and, Italian Admiralties, discussing tin uaval policy in the Mediterranean. Mr. Lloyd George indicated the pro posals which in the British Gpvcrmiitut 6'pinlo'n would tend to closer cO'Ordlna1 uuu anu more oiteciive uiniy ophcuuh of the Allied forces in the Mediterran ean. The results were entirely satisfactory and the decisions important, affecting besides the naval .operations the use ot shipping the control trade routes and other cognate problems.

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AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

1 AMUSEMENTS. Bessie JBarriscalo doesi all burrs of un-j conventional tilling;? an her mterpratat ion of tho jiart oJf Bessie 'Whcaton .-in 'Home,'' the Triangle comedy-dritiM to be shown at Iaons P.jotua-o Palac© to-day, at iii p.m., jiI&o ; fco-mgjnt at 8.30, in wi|iibh she appears with Charles Jt«y. The lole of Bfcssie AWioaton is that oi a. airl who ' dwpites 'her efforts to saving Shea1 family from tlio evils oi' a itoo-suddenly acquired wealth, and s)he nearly sacrifices her o«n liio's happonei-ji, in &ncce,edjng. Kei\tur ing .that ' highly amusing Jaugh-mjiker, ^lbLrk Sw-ain,. 'j\[ad-jiai3 Ambiose'' -niild Ibu, ttiis week's. Keystone, ' contribution to the above special feature, showting Ijo^day a,t !i p.m.. nlsj to-ri^gliit iit 8..Sa. ''* Also screening 'Morence Eo&e .Elash ions'. 'Manufacture of -Irtice' . ''Pabfio Austmlian, Gazette. No. 319', 30 photo-' graphs of Tamwonth and District heioes.

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LOWER-STREET WORK. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

LOWER-STREET WORK. (Tn t.hn Plriitnrl ' 'Srr.-^Hefne 'worlc in Eower-'itreet, J. 3eei that at last Council mieMng, the . Rfa.ypr made 'mention .of my tiams |In ^nnnect.ion with same.' IJ'oei'ali'y rt:d show .the Works Committee wliftt I in tended to do, and I also took levels for, ;he work. I am not going to criticise the job, or say whether it is right pr wrong. 'I may have made blunders my-- self while. employed by the Council, but1 I am 'not g'oing to parry tho blunders, made by the Mayor or others. Yours, etc., ,- . , JAMES WHITE. ,Tamw,orth, 25th January ',.^1917.

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FATAL SHOOTING ACCIDENT. INVERELL, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

FATAL SHOOTING ACCIDENT. 'iNVERELiL, Friday. A distressing accident occurred ,at the home of Mr. H. Ct Parker,' at Little Plain, resulting in the' death of his young son, Walter William, aged 'f-% years. ? . It appears that for some time -crows have made inroads on the poultry yard, and early in ..the morning the deceased lad noticed some of the birds .again molesting the, chickens, He at once informed ,his ..father, '-who'. went to ano ther room and procurer! ,'a doublebarrel led .breach-loader, lne'erting a cartridge as he moved out of the room. By some means the charge exploded, the unfor tunate lad, who happened to be in the line of fire, receiving the shot . in the upper portion of the thigh. .Mrs. Parker jdressed the wound, and the lad was brought to' town, and admit ted to a private hospital. The wound, however, was severe, one of the majin arteri.es being .severed, while the loss of blood during the 18-mile journey ito tow-jn was heavy, so much so that the sufferer succumbed...

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COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA WAR LOAN. Fourth Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

COMMON WEALTH OF AUSTRALIA WAR LOAN. Fourth isSue. 1. A it .moments 'havo'1)-*eii aniiae by 'me, as Treasurer of the Commonwealth, with, the -Direesor-GeiierJiL for Iteciiu-bing for 'the assistance o'f Uio Recruiting Com mittee in raising ?bhe\ fourth War Loan of the Connnbnwiea.lth. 2. There can tie 'no doubt that a per eoual canvass made by tlie local1 eomimnt- I Lees m eaoli district van result in a geu moiis response, and. I feel euro 'that till© lieaa'ty suppoit ot your committee Km be, relied upon. 3. If you, will coxftrnVnifento ?roitlr''1fc'lie manager '6f tlie ?Com'inoihvealtli Bank in blue -'a/pitnl cuty of you,r WUite, you trill be'siip-plded watli fimither copies of this; circular, also with prospectuses and ap plication forms. Plea'sfe indicate to tlie Rani the number of sucih, forms re'quir 8d. '4. -line -canvassers m'ighV '-assist- in. filling an the forms,, which should 'tlien be'iseuL by tlte Subscribei^ 'with thwr 'de posits, to any ' .branch, of tile Cbittmon syfe...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

PERSONAL. Mr. '\V. Milton.' local manager of the \.M.1\. hiis received notice of removal. Mr. Kumeis from Annidnlo' comes to tilu- 'lVmwortli office.

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