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THE WAR LOAN EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

THE WAR LbAN EXPLAINED. ' 'In 'Si-dei- tbab the conditions; of loc al 'Ccoilmonwtialt.li Loan may be^oasily un derstodd dt is- ex]-laiined that subscribeas 'fatiV - tfsfltV bonds* wibich 'ai-6 is&iied in amoiints from £10 xo £1K)OO, or. inscrib- ed ertbck'vlMoh is assued' in amounts of sdl0O;*and Tiip\vna-d&. j. ? 1 . Faymeiib ii. made ai -tili6 rate of XI 'deposit and-.Cl pel- month for 'each £10 an'bsciribed. Bonds «ra piiyablo to boar w,v ViWfl' mnv lio +,ranslorreid from one per 'So'frV) 'a'lib'ther in exactly the'same man 'tiei- as a £10 *6ank nota ,«nd could be 1accepted in .settlement 6f accounts or a&bts wjiere hoth parties agreed to this ?gbuirse, of they may bo sold .at 'any ttrne oii the Stock Exchange. ' Inscribed stork must, however, be inscribed in 'the name of tho person to iMhorn ft is tnih&feaTed. In both'- in-stanees the interest is the Kwnoj. viz £-1/10 pen- «.im\im for every £KX)' taken, smaller amounts in propor biJMi.- ' , „ '-P!...

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NORTON GRIFFITHS SCHEME. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

NORTON GRIFFITHS SCHEME. SY'DNKY. Fridav. Mr.' Tlo!nian stated that; the Norton (riillliths contract was not discussed at today's Cabinet. He added: It will not be discouraged. You ca.n state that expressly. If is probable the firm itself has de clined to fall in with the course propos ed. It is believed tlbe Cabinet also discuss ed the industrial situation'.

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BUSINESS ECONOMIES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

BUSINESS ECONOMIES. ?-iT^Jfe commencement bf New_ Year is i surely the most fitting r 'opportunity to review, our, position, and thereby ascer t^h'-'Mvetlter-'or no it is 'possible- to b'reerft. any fe'ebnomises or improvement lh Hh'e' cKf ryliife on of out. busin'ess. At the^ ptesent itime there is undoubtedly a Scarcity of labour in the. country dis tricts, but this can be largely-overcome by availing ourselves tof -the- use of motive power, and mechanical' aids. For inWS.WBV'td milk a largo dairy herd twice- 'a 'day -is undoubtedly a vfery tire isome --&hd expensive task, whereas, to milk tto'clierd by the aid^bfLrK-G Milk fng 'Machines is child's play by .compari son. ' ' O'f 'c'duT'se, the motive power which operates the L-K-G Minririg Plant Vould. t eilso^ ^operate thfe 'Alfa-Laval' bream Separator. i '?A-'li&nd power separator operated by a 'Crossley' or 'Standard' Oil. Engine is a happy combination, but, where wood and water are plentiful; the.'Alfa'-Laval' T...

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(Reuter's Telegram.) THE HAGUE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

(Tieuler's TeWram.) TM.W HAGUE Ku'day. T.Hf Foreign Minister BxprcsBed tho opinion that it would 'bo unwise for the Xetliei'lands policy to oxorcr'so economic n nd ^r-iil'itai-y rowruljivin against other powers ;is outlined in Wilsonr.' fpePch.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

h~:ZM Murdoch's ? f^KI^^^^^^^. ind *& 'su®W.-'i§ 'WM into ybiir hatids^-md W^MM^^MW^S^ ^ Bargam fliU of Powerifo put money into i^jWf^l^P^S^f|E||EEffl Get on the economy Waggon-iyou'll enjoy the. ride I 'lil fcM it I rL^ jj f^\ ? ? B»jB — every department v offers worth-while savirigsi ''? ?i^^^^ffl^H RED SPOT REDUCTIONS ^^r'^*^* *v*^m will linger Up $oitr Purse, ! 1 MOWS YOUR « I - CHANCE TQ, ? For goodness, sahe don't miss this money-saving ?' ' SAVE.ffldtfEY.\ chafice. J ^ : fl' '' 'm- -; *a r~ ^ -See our R$A &PQt tailoring offers^silver | . 'Desk 18 , „ . r , ,*. ,» savings on MrdbcTi's SUits-tomeamre: '^ - ' 'MeYsrs. Murdoch's ' . ? w - ?. in Park-st Ltd., Sydney. . SPECIAL SHIPMENT OF SUIWNGS FOR Please forward patterns of .T///s RED SPOT SALE AT , , Red Spot Suitings at-., ? GO I 'Q TO JtiEASURfi. - , Suit-to-measure, with tape and , . . . ' ' ' A ' seWmeasufemefit form. 'OUR '631- 3M 70f- 'SUITINGS J&J. i&AJiMfr ' ' Reduced to - ?- ? ». - ?&am...

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A.J.G RACES. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. Rushford Takes Big Race. Desert Malt Phillip Stakes. Three Star Highweight Event. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

A.J.C. RACES. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. Rushforu1, Takes Big Race. Desert Malt Phillip Stakes. Three Star Highweigh't Event. SYDNEY, Friday. Tibe weather turned cut finevand cool tor the second day of the Anniversary meeting, the attendance being good. Results: — . Flving Handicap, 6 fur: Dam Acre, TIMLIllvman). I; Inia, 7.12 (BM-den), ?V- Roval' Laddie, 8.4 3. Other starters: Spurn'9.7, Quiim's Post S.G.Hopoast 7.2, Ickle Lass 7.1, Luxor 6.12, Bernalda 6.9. Oetting: 7 to 4 Royal l.adilie 5 to 1 Quinn's Post or Dame Acre. 6 to 1 1-unoi, in to 1 Inia. Hopoast, Ickle Lass. The field went off to a fair start, Dame Acre showing out. Passing tlio 5'4 furlong uost Dame Acre was in the lead, but Luxor took charge \-t the five tuvlong post and led Dame Acre by half a length then followed Inia and Tckle Lass with the favorite, Royal Ladd'ie, second last. Luxor increased .his lead by two. lengths entering tl'.ie straight from Dame Acre, Inia, Ickle Lass, Hopoast and Qiunn s Post At the distance In...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

BUSINESS NOTICE8. ? ' ' \ ? - ;?? ? . lea.. ? .. ';;. ; ¥&t your healths sake! ^pVofaeirly^made Tea is distinctly beneficial, both as a pkasihg means of carrying water through the system, arid as a tome ior wearied brain and muscle. Aild idbct^rs insist that few of us consume liquid enough ; to teep vyke body in good working order. '^ In most Teas there Ss a certain amount 6t ^ Tannin Dost, which remains in suspension in the liquor when you drink it 'J &* '?- Bushells Tea is multi-refined by a special ^ro= ''* reessi ^n-d injurious Dust eliminated, so that Bushells is the purest and rilost healthful Tea you can drink. .: ? ; ;Buy Bushells BLUE LABEL — The best tea yoiir Grocer sells ! ? v / . ? ,' *...' ^;v; x : «\ ' ? ' Further Big Reduction in Price. Totiniig %m £195 fiifit -Sr 1185 '&}?' ' -?/ ? ' ..i^-ti ? ,,.q ? - . ? Tamworth Motor Co., ftjfcjftg; :::r'-; : '..'IT.'!' ? 'ftwe 2oO ?li'OK HWAIMIShES, i\El)HAL,GiA. NSWilTlS, SI/BEPJJi!SgNESS, n, ' - ,.. AN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

SUMMER SKIN TI^OUBLE-S. Sodtlied and Healed by Zam-Buk. The bea? check on -Summer 'skfn 'trod-^ bles Is ' Zaob.i'Buk,- -^hich is bea-utifully soothing alnd -HeaKn-g. lfIt'fs -a fine tMn'g when going a\vay cm 'a' lrollflay 'to 'fa'hfe a tot or two of Zam-Buk with Vou. -Yon neyer Ka&\y wliat 'ctian^e 'of'Uir a'rfd' drinking water, -may . cause to 'your' skin, but w.ith' 'Zam-Buk within reach skin.dis-, comforts- can be reduced to the absqlute mihtauni -and finally banished. ? Zam Buk Medicinal Soap is a 'fine help-mate £or the -Zam-Buk, balm, too. , , . -\ Miss -Doris Wells, 'of 271 -Brisbane' St, Laiinceston, ? 'fas., says: — 'I suffere'd' from skin blemishes, such as . 'freckles,' and having -heard of Zam-Buk's 'great value for .skm, , complaints ,4, ..tiyjugnp,,^,! wo\i}d -try the Balm. I -'purchased a_ pot oi . 2am-Buk and v'massag'ed th'e ??Balm well into the glrin twice daily. ^ it was, vefy noticeable that in a short time' these blemishes -disappeared leaving my 3kin pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

Just Give a Minute's Thought to the Money-saving Possibilities which The Great Summer Fair at The Palace of Trade jOpens up to you. We have cut down prices to the lowest limit — and marked ridiculous prices on Sale Tickets in order to make tbc bargains the Uncut values ihat ever bore the Palace 'label. t MILLINERY, BLOUSES, COSTUMES, SKIRTS, UNDERWEAR! ETC., ETC., ALL MARKED, AT FASCINATING PRICES. AlaJic a uote of this so that you. won't forget. , . ' ' TJic.barjj-.uu bell u- ringing men-ilj- — listen1 to its cull. Scores of ladies come every day. It will pay you lo do the same and oee our 'freafi Failings daily. i . CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, 1 284, 286. 288, 290 PEEL STREET, TAMWORTH. ?; AUCTION SALES. I ? FURNITURE SALE. ?i V, T. CALLCOTT and CO. have re^ ?Jsmcd Instructions from Mr. John M. ?j Uinuuds (who is leaving Cor Broken ?J Hill) to scll t-y auction at their Market ?j.oi Tuesday, January 30th, at 2 v clock. ?j He vrliolc of Ms Household Furniture ? ani Effects,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

HANDY URALLA. SiO Cows, Vk to 6 years, few outer, over 100 pure' Herefords, . balance Durhanis and Crosses, good condi tion, many fat, about 70, to 80 cabns at foot, up to 5 months old, hy Hereford Bulls, balance calviag to same Bulls, 7 Hereford Bulls have ton rnnniuff with them for some ttaKhBnd are still with them, good lot. Price, with calres given in. £12/10/. GRAFTON. SOO'Covt,' 3 and 4 years, all Roans, neds, and Spotted (Durhams), no dairy 'sorts, in calf and with a few calves at foot, hy 'Dyrabba' Here ford/and Devon Bulls, a splendid lot, four months free grass given till finished calving. £12 ?\VALLANGRA. 1000 Merino Lambs, sept/Oct drop, lay Dcepwater' Station Rams, good cond 17/8. . i -£# I JOHNSTON & FLETCHER, I . 'TAMWORTH. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

i Such of the cable news on this page. ! so headed has anpeared in 'The Times,' I and is cabled to Australia by special permission: It should be understood that the opinions are not those of 'The Times,' unless expressly stated to be S0- '? . ,..,..!?

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NEW WORLD AFTER WAR. MR. LLOYD GEORGE'S IDEAL. Empire to be Reorganised. War Council to Play Big Part. Great Britain's New Dream. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

NEW WORLD AFTER WAR. ^p '?— — — MR. LLOYD GEORGE'S IDEAL. Empire to be Reorganised. War Council to Play Big Part. . Great Britain's New Dream. (Keuterte Telegram.) LONDON, Thursday. mv. uoyd George In an important- in- ' torviciv on the subject of the fortlicom Ing Imperial War Council with tlie London correspondent of the Australian United Cable Service, said: I don't wish to interfere in any way -witli the affairs of a jjreat self-governing dominion, but we took the s'te,p of urgently inviting the Dominions' Premiers to London des pite the fact that it miaht cause lnnnii inconvenience locally, because we de sired their advice and assistance when I rominar to a decision about tlie conduct of the war ' and the negotiations for peao^e. Australia knows 1 am no jingo. My reword contains no journeyings into flamboyant Imperialism. Yet I regard this Council as marking the beginning of a new epoch in the history of the Em pire. The war has changed us. Heaven knows it has taught us more th...

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MOOREFIELD RACES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

M00REFIELD RACES. SYDXKY. I'YMav. 'Ksjrly Bird's' ,tips: Msiuli+i Hnndibap: 1'asnpo, Indian KIiio;, Cuntouin. 'KlyiiiL-; Htuulicap : . 'St . 'Rosaline, lX'lura Apiarist. - IviMonri'11! Shu l--n: T.inalbin, Bonne Chance, Bunny Hug .1 uvonilo H-iiid;'™.p- Mountain Tiat&'c. C'.mi Lass. Mail Mii.id. iMbrdfiald Handicaip: Xarjvo, ^Yill-nv Gr-en Medley. Clan-lton Mile : L:i. Balfour, Urney, Tony 'TjvIc fi'-iMJ«' faiif'Vs: Maiden Handicap: Luclor Indian King o,..:f], I'Myhis Handicap: Sir Uubadil, Vibu'r ihi'-'i. Oir-ilm. Knccoroli Stake*: .Ttaiine Oliance. li'atli v Flint Bunny Husi. Juvpiiiln Tiand'c-ip: Oool Law, Ottu do'n'. Mountain Ls'sw. MnorefipM Handicap : Willow Tree. M,.-11.- -Wii-rillo, Orlton Mile: Tony, Loved One, Clinl- 'i 'oii'»o Cross. I

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LATE SPORT. HEDDON J.C. RACES. Alright Wins Chief Event. MAITLAND, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

LATE SPORT. HEDDON J.C. RACES. Alricjht Wins Chief Event. MAJTLANU. Fridav. Ihe Ileddon Jockey Club's anniver sary meeting took place 'to-day. The ivcather was fine and tlie racing; good. There was a very large attendance. Results: — Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs 100 yds. —A. .T. Waiters' ch g Dickmaji, ' 8.8 d^olejv), 1; j. p. Nolan's- br m Flying Feather, 8.4 (Osborne), 2; R. .Thomas' ch g Pagoda, G.7 (Nicholson), 3. Also started:- Lady Prudelle G.7. Betting: 5 to 4 on Flying Feather, 5 to 2 Lady Pru dolla, 4 .to 1 Dickman, '6 to 1 .Pagoda. Lady Prudelle was left at the post and took no part 'in the race. Diekmau led into the straight and won by six len gths, two lengths between second and third. Time, I.22J4. \yelter Handicap, 6 furlongs' WO yards —A. G. Porter's b. g Gold Finn, 7.7 (Quigley)', 1; ^v. L. smith and E. Xol son's b c Persian Boy, 7.7 (Orrell), 2; W. D. Glynn's br m Miss Rino, 7.7 (Nicholson), 3. Other starters: Flower Post 7.7, Realee 7.7, Ruenette 7.7, Bur uiio /.y, ...

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JAM FOR THE TAMWORTH HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

JAM FOR THE TAMWORTH HOSPITAL. Tho 1'iv.sident oi' t'lio Tamwoitii 1):« ????kt Hospital1 lii;ii- acc'Pirtwl an offer from f'e membei-s of tlie Taimwoi-tli Red Orof,« lViincli to nvikc ono liundrod weipilit of i- fi for tho Tauiwoi-th 'District Hospital. 'I iinvicrt^'v of tlio Hospital doa're to 'i«'- ilonwii/ioiii of f.ruit -'lav be loi't ibis P.-tirrdiiy morniiiff 'at tine Rod Orc-a rooms in Pep] stireeft not latw limn 11 -.m. The Red Cross Socvety ui'dov Mrs. 'iuinloy'v eupca-visJon 3w.ve ju.st finished ?'?ikina two thouKiud pounds of lain for c-otisigumo-nt to the Rod Oros* Cohmik&- ?ii oners in T;ondon. .

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LADIES' SCULLING. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

LADIES' SCULLING. SYDNEY. Friday. At tbo Niwca&tlo reirattii. tbo ,'id:p*. s'-vile Willis Clinmp'onsliit) was won by JIiV.-; MoKsiv, with Mis« Lily lVju-co sec ond and- llits Greenwood third.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

i IS IT YOUR KIDNEYS? Bon't Mistake the Cause of Your Troubles. 'Many people never suspect their kid neys. If suii'eiing from a JamelVcak' be aching back they think it u ill. soon cqr ,rect itself. And so vi$ is with nil other symptoms of kidney disorders. ' Thai is where the danger often lies. You'should Realise that these troubles of,len lead 1jO dropsy or Bright's disease. An. ,eilectiv« remedy for -weak or diseased kidneys 'is Uoan's Backache Kidney Pills. Read this experience: — ? ? Mrs. ,A. Burgess, Baxney Street, Aimi dale, says: — 'I have proved that Doan's Bacliaehe Kidney 'Pills are a' 'line kidioy medicine ,and will do what is claimed for them. For a long time I suffered with backache, headaches, dizziness, and felt so tired-out that everything; was a trouble to mo.- J used a great ,mnny remedies, -md, as they did me ,no good. I 'thought I sh&uld never be able to get a cure. However, four bottles of Doan's Backache Kidney Pill's cured me. Kvevy distress ing- .symp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

*X;»,, BUSINESS NOTIC.E. [ DodgeBrothehs I MOTORCAR .LOW PRICES OF REPAIR PARTS ' ILLUSTRATE THE VALUE t-F ' STANDARDISATION. r ?fce- tallowing .ara .Sydney prices for some of. the' Dodge Brothers Spare Earts:— ? ' ' ..Stu^Axle .? ? £0 18 3 'Frttnt^Axle Centre . .'.V. ? 2-15 0 1st Speed Gear (32 Teeth) ..100. 2nd Speed Gear (23 Teeth) .. 0 18 3 jtfrd!«peec!,Gear.(16-,Tee.th) ..0 14 $ -, ©riving -$haft ? .' ? - 1 9 3 Driving Axle ? 1'5 V Cr.6wn Wheel ? 2 3 9 -j£ran ? :. D 18 3 ? ?Complete Set Cylinders' :...., 9.15. .0 Crankshaft ? 5 16 9 I Piston* ? .- ? 0 11 6 C.prry-lete Chassis ,Fr*m« .... 8 10 .0 -SilsCEIT « CO. LTD., 136-138 Phillip St.. SVDNEf ' ? 8«le Afenh tar Hew South Wain

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

BIRTH.   PERFREMENT.— On 20th, at ''St. Clair,'   Brisbane-street, the wife of Arthur J.   Perfrement, of Echo Hills, Kootingal   —a daughter.   MARRIAGE.       TINDAL - TRAVERS.— On January 16th at Eversley Church, Hampshire, Eng-     land., Phyllis Theodosia Grant, second     daughter of John and Mary Tindal, of   'Tatlara,' Glen lnnes, to Captain L. E. Travers, 98rd Field Company Royal     Engineers, England, eldest son of   Laurence and Blanche Travers, of   'Linton,' Metung, Gippsland Lakes,   Victoria.   DEATH.   LE QUESNE— January 14th, accideen-   tally killed In motor car accident,   Harry George Le Quesne, The Ranch,   Kootingal.       ROLL ...

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GREECE NOW COMPLIANT. [?]THENS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

GREECE NOW COMPLIANT. (li-cntcr's Telegram.) V'i'llUN'S. SaLurdav. Tbo1 Government handed the Entente diplomats ft written apology for the ovcuts of 'December 1. aud is taking stops to dissolve the reservists' leagues

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