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MOSQUITO MENACE. Dr. Paton's Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

MOSQUITO MENACE. .. , . Dr. paton's Advice. . '; - - ? , fA paupphlot dealing with tlw- destruct ion- oi mosquitoes has been itsu-ed bv Dr. raton, Director-General of Public Health ' iiie pamphlet states that mosquitoes, | oesutai causing nnnoynnco, are m sunt- , instances ihc- means or 'conveying chs wee trom ono human1 being to- another. 'JUosquitoes cannot 'breed except in water; and bofor© a, foniale mosquito can ;»j «sss it, jnust Jiave fed on tnio sur W»or stagnant water, in pools in wut tr tanks,- or opon drains, an choked rcof fn 'J0 ™ w i'ainspoulo, in di&caided tins and .bottles iu the yard, in flowoi- vases water-pots,-' etc. , ? , It is -tho iomulo mosquito that bites. tLt 'J. tho fomul° mosquito lives for m ' £ ° ma|o'Perisllesi in a, tew day*. *« ti Del)aj;tm«nt of Public Hoalth ur- I h,- Vlwi Publw to prsvent mosquitoes I oieecuuH by removing their .breeding pla- i «*-?? londs. and other collections of wai- ' f tliat cannot, Imj got rid1 of should bo S , 1-' s...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 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. W'q Jiavo cut .down prices to r the lowest liiiiil — and .marked .'ridiculous pnecs.oji {jalo Tickets in ordet to make the bargain;; the lines t values thai ever bore, tlio Palace 'label. ? ' MILLINERY, BLOUSES, COSTUMES, SKIRTS, UNDERWEAR, ETC, ETC., ALL MARKED AT FASCINATING PRICES. Make a' liuic of this so that you won't forget. Tlio;lKti'guin bell is ringing merrily — listen, to its cull. ' ' ; Scores Of ladies come every day. It will pay' you to do the same' and see our teli Faii-ings daily. ' '-.'.' . CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, 284, 286, 288, 290 PEEL STREET, TAMW0R1H. ' . - ! LUCERNE Seed Bags, once used for 1 sals ilieap. Apply, Ware and Co., Produce' Department, Tamworth. IIANDY TJRALLA. ' 310 Cows, 3% to 6 years, few ower,' o\cr 100 pure Herefords, balance Durlianis and Crosses, good condi tion', many fat, about 70 to 80 calvis at ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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RECRUITING CAMPAIGN. Falling Flat in Tasmania. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

RECRUITING CAMPAIGN. Falling. Flat in Tasmania. SYDXHY.' Snndav. The voluntary reoruitlnu c.imnaieiri is fall'-is yory flat, in Tasmania There i' ?Jt'.l-j cnthusifisnu . The fact that 'Sena; ,thr .Ready, is! being appointed chairman rf ilie State Recruiting 'Committee is ptUl occasioning a lot of comment sinonsi those -who voted 'yes.' J'rofcssor JMntyrc will address nioct iusrs in Tasmania shortly.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

m 1- ? — — -/ - — ? — ''- BUSINESS NOTICES. _ »CEPTIONALUY Good for COLDS . -- MK John W. Doyle, Secretary 6f Jha Eight Hour and Labor D.empns'trati,o,n Committee, Sydney, writing' on July 1, .19»6, said : ' it gives me much plea sure to -state I Jiave found HEAN'S ESSENCE: an exceptionally good' re- ' rnedy for colds. Its moderate ,prica | and rapidity of 'action should 'make a special appeal to workers with largo ? families. . . HEAN'S ESSENCE sup plies a long-felt want in the liom.e.' HEAft'S' ESSENCE' is obtainable from ?Chemists 'and Stores.® -Two Shillings' worth makes one pint of I finest c(uality-C'6ug»v arid Sore Throat' [ ?remedy — as much as you^can get of ? Ordinary mixtures for 12s. '. K 16 ' 1 ? DONIT YOU -BEIJEVE IT. ? ' Some say that chronic constipation cannot be cured. Don't you believe it. Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach and - liver have cured others — why not yo'ii?~'Give'theih'a trial.. They cost only £ighteenpence. Sold by Geo. Mallaby, chemist.* . ^ BUSI...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TAKING OVER ONION CROP. Commonwealth May Not Interfere. SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

' TAKING OVER ONION CROP... j . ? ? ( Commonwealth May Not Interfere. | ? SYDNEY. Sunday. It -has been stated that the Federal lOcvernmojit would- take charge oC the jonion crop of the Commonwealth in the i Fame way as It has taken charge of otnor commodities. P''nator Russell, Minister in charge of roo(Wuffs. statea, however, that it was piol the intention of the Government to ? iMife-fere with the export of onions if I'lio 'rop was sufficient for local require , incuts and the normal export trade.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

BUSINESS NOTICES. ???? ?oap and Ointment on baby's itching, burning skin; * „ Sample Each Free by Post ' ? Wjtb 32-p Skin Book.- Address post card; 'R. Towns & Co., Sydney, ,N.S...\V.' Sold^hroughout tht world. THE HORSE SHOE FREE COOK BOOK ... will show you ' r' ??.'?. how tt-i serve-; Horse Shoe Brand Karh.sk Red Salmon .^ in the most appetizing ways. / jHo'.v to plan all your Summer menus tp best a(J\antase. Hoiv to prepaie dainty meals for all occasions ? — Br.eakl'asts, Luncheons, Suppors, etc How to economize on your household bills. '? For It contains scores of dainty ' recipes, any of which can be prc . paioJ in .a few minutes — at low cost. ' Horse Shoe ? Brana HTarlnk Salmon are the choice Reel Alaskan Salmon pa^Kpd and cooked by a process In whic-h none of the fine flavor of the flrii is lost. Always moist— ;always acceptaWe. Fili in the Coupon and mail to-doy rdr yoilr'PREK Copy of the'HoVse1 Slioe Cook Book. MAIL THIS COUPON! Horso Shoe', Box 540, G.P.O., SYDNEY...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

Printed and pubUflhed -by _iLBEJ^ JOSEPH, of mite Street. Tnmworth. for the Tnmworth Newspaper CnmP»' I Limited, at the office of the Company Pool Street, TwSirtortli. -J BUSINESS NOTICES. Anthony Horderns' HALF-YEARLY SALE First Day - Monday, January 22, 1917 Last Day - Wednesday, Feb. 14, 1917 Genuine Reductions in every Department Write for Sale Catalogue :: Post free on request And Reap the Full. Benefit, of Anthony Horderns' Famous Sale Prices BUSINESS NOTICES.' - Motor Accessories at Unheard of Prices. { . ; ? ? ? _?.,?', ,. ? | '''.'- . ' ' ~£ s d Marbhum Spark Plug for Fords, each' ? - ? 0 16/ Uko Spark Plugs for Fords, each . : ? 0 3 0 Eajah Spark Plugs for Fords, each . . . . tt.' -. . . . . ' fl 4 6 Master Vibrators.'for' Fords, each... ........... 220 Anti Battlers 'for Radius Eods of 'Fords, each ....'030 Water Circulators for Fords, ea-ch . . .*. ? 2 10 0 - '.Wiring Assemb'lys for Fiords, eaoh ? 6 a 0 Tail Lamps, each ? ....,.,......' 0 12 6' 'Stewart Speedometre Cogs ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
French Activity. GUYNEMER'S 30th AEROPLANE. LONDON. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

French Activity. GUYNEMER'S 30th AEROPLANE. (Renter'^ .Tclegiram.) . LOKDOK. SunJav. A French .communique says: We, de- structively bombarded the German works im'a sec-tor of Hill 304. Five enemy aeroplanes were' 'brought doTni,'1 including Lieutenant Guyiicnier's 30th. Two of- our' aeroplanes bombed tbc railway station and- military workshops at I Bam, causing a flre und a big explo sion. ' ? ?A French official says : There is lively, artiHerydng on' both banks of ' the Jleiiic, ,but nothing elsewhere.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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LATE TELEGRAMS. STATE CABINET. Important Deliberations. Wheat Growers' Delegate on Board. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. i STATE CABINET. , Important Dclihcrations. Wheat Growers' Delegate on Board. SYDNKY, Sunday. , Tlio State Cabinet will meet again to incrrow, when a number o£ important questions will be discussed. The affairs ol' the Wheat board will bo reviewed. Mr. Trethowan, M.L..C., is most likely to be appointed to watch the interests of the wheat growers. - Financial matters will engage special attention. All tins Ministers are now in town and there will be a full gathering at the: Cabinet;

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Australian Hero. MILITARY CROSS FOR FINE EXPLOIT. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

Australian Hero. MILITARY CROSS FOR FINE EXPLOIT. .(Keillor's Telegram.) . , ? , LONDON, Sunday. ? A\ alter Kilroy Harris, Naval Voluu teoi' Reserve,' an' Australian, has been awarded Uho Military Cross for leading a raid against an eneiny machine gun. AY'ith. gireat gallantry he captured tlio gun. using- it against tihe enemy, aud ' la tor led a 'bombing party and captured , 102 prisoners.

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UNQUALIFIED PRACTITIONERS SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

UNQUALIFIED PRACTITIONERS STDN10Y. Sunday. 1 ? A1 bill is being prepared to safeguard the people of Now South Wales against the unqualified medical practitioner.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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WAR TIME ECONOMY. Federal Treasurer's Advice. People Who Waste Money. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

WAR TIME ECONOMY. Federal Treasurer's Advice. People Who Waste Money. .Mr. A. Poynton, Federal Traisunu, , Iiua observed tho freedom' with wlucli people spend money ' dn soino divootious und appear almost miterly in others. ? 'Take, for instance,' lio' remarked _0U Suturday 'th« racccouree habitue. You will ice him soniebimos. dusty. &.lia.bby, and down at th-a heols, yet were you ? close enougli to him when ho is betting I you would seo liun handing out 'his 111011- I e-.v to the- bookmaker without tlio t-liglit- 'I est ro«iwd for tho fact tliat he iu baxlly I in nocd of clothes to cover liini&elf da- I ceii'tlly. , -i I 'li-icii ?ngajii,'' tbc JliuWcr .saiUi I 'there is -tlie linil-fellmv-wcll-inet catizcii I II(- will iiniploro you to go intp a bar I to have tlu) drink -that you do not need, I lrtit ho wiill patiently wait i'or 11 penny , I changd wkeu buying a ncra'bpaper iioib I an urcliin. ? ' I '.'AnotQiei- case that is not - uiiooramon ? is that of tlio sweep...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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COOPERS ON STRIKE. Victorian Wharf Laborers Dispute. SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

COOPERS ON STRIKE. Victorian Wharf Laborers' Dispute.' j SYDXEY. Runclav. Owing to the refusal of the Victorian Harbor Trust, to employ certain coopers, who are without licenses, all the coop or-! employed on the wharf, 70 or §\), cearcd work yesterday. All packages reqnirinV the attention r-f '-harf coopers have been declared Iblao'c'. making the extension of the trou jblc likely. .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHEAT BOARD'S DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

, , WHEAT BOARD'S DEBT. According to the official report issued on Saturday, -tko net indebtedness of tu« Ausaralian Wheat Board io the of™ and tho Imperial Government 011 Ja» nary 22 .for advances for last reason* crop was £5,815.000, whicli represents a a. substantial rBAnction compared witu » mon-tili ago. Cash received' from overew wid Australian sales up to the wmo d»w amounted to £16,320.000, and th*1™^ of sTiiipnVent?' not diwvn for was set -«»'» '^Vp' tm'°Monday last 10,430,000 ftf lwd been shipped, n-nd 19^01,00 eoldia Aiisbiiilin. Stocks then -held by duPP^g f gents amounted to 23 326,00 *jgB»^J by inillws, on stoi-ago, to l,471,0UW wb» ,

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WATERSIDE DISPUTE. Premier to Have Conference. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

WATERSIDE DISPUTE. Premier to Have Conference. : - SYDNK.Y. Simduv. In connection with the dispute bet ween the watersiders and shipping com panies brought about, by the demand of the former for an increase in the rates for handling coal and payment by the hour instead or so much per ton for handling coal it lias been agreed to hold a conference on Monday between the 1 Premier and Mr. Cremer, secretary of (he Waterside Workers' Federation.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ARROW THAT' FLIETH (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER X —(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

THE AKliOW THAT' FLXETH ' ? BY GUY THORNE, ijithnr of 'Mantrap Manor,' 'When it ' ? Was Dark,' 'Made ill His Image,'. 'First It Was Ordained,' 'A . iiost Cause,' &e.,, &c {COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER X.— (Continued.) 4 'Jiibt this, my lord,' the- ftommiiss'ary answered, 'that you- 'need take no fur ther notice of I'hc 'incident whatever. We hold the whole m'a.fter in the .hollow yf our 'hands) and1 we only -await cer tain developments' lo 'be able to arrest (Jhe gang. Meanwhile -the public will hear nobbing of it, and your are per- ? foctly free tot remiain.in Florence, to !eave Florence, or to do exactly as you will. I know,' the commissary com 'hidcd, wj'th a soinewhat cynical smile, 'that it is the custom among the Eng. 'lsh, and the American*; to say that -we tvlw serve the ends of justice in -the Oatiii' countries do so with an unneces sary amount of what I believe you call 'Jho rilban rouge — red tape, I believe,* is Mie English. Penhaps t'hat is so-^in irdinavy ciases...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

__CAglJAL TOJjggj^ aDVEIiTISBMENTS accompanied by .cash for this column are insertoci at the rate oils words for 1/, and 6d tor each additional 9 words, or part . thereof. An additional charge ol 6d is made for booking. . ' WANTED. WANifEl'37-^-GOTd Sewing Wo'man7~for fortnight. Must understand adults' dresses. ? Apply, Mrs. G. McArthur King, Goonoo ,Goonoo. WANTED^-At'the'NFw England Gifls7 School, Armidalo, Two Housemaids. Apply, with' references to the Matroi. WiANTEDi—AT^Good Bricklayer 'about 10 or 12 days' work. Ap!ply, J. A. .Morgan, 'Woolb'rook. , . , WANTED.— Cook ' Genc'ral7~N6~waiiT'ffig or ironing. Also Housemaid. Apply, A'ubrey A. Cohen, c/o. i\^rs. Nathan Cohen, Brighton, CarUiase-slrcet. WANTED.— ^~Girr~ai~Castiier'. Apply', H. Fleming, Peol-B'trect', West Tam worth. WANTED. — Situation by very~Respect~ able Person as Housekeeper, Apply, This Office. J WANTTSD^-Tiio rough ly~PracTicar~inarm Hand (married) seeks position. First ?class local references. 'George,' c/o. W...

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BERLIN BAGHDAD RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

-BEUJLlX-liAGHDAD KAJLAVAY. - If the German.- aic uucortiiin of their abililtv lu remain musters uf the Middle Ea»t'thcy do nvt show it. They have ?steadily -pursued the great project of the iiofliu-Baglidad railway, liy pierc iug- a tunnel through the Taurus AJoiw fjiins. in ftnaillierii Asia Minor, tlie Ger mans have conquered the la-jt natural o'bolaule'onih'e l'ailway rortte from Ber lin to-'liaglidad-.'-'Some months will pa»s before tiie- tunnel ib tit to take traffic' lmt'w.heai at is complete .the journey lVran Berlin to Baghdad- will 'be greatly .shortened. Tlii* is the 'last of the big tunnels to be made on ,the lint'. The total leng'Ui vt the Baghdad railway in 1 Asia Minor, from Ilaidur Pasha, oppo- 1 site Constantinople, to- Bitg'hdad, is^JSlO j miles. The exact mileage that has yet to. ibe , completed— 'between Ras-el-Ain. cast o't .Aleppo, and Baghdad — i= not known. Tuq Cneuiy^ hab ijeon very active in prcssiisj;'; id'ii- the construction of the line, .and it Improbab...

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THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

THE WEATHER. ? M^» ? LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. Sultry r.'nc! unsettled with scattered1 raih :-ml tluinderstonns; variable winds. ' . j THE DAILY OBSERVER. MONDAY. .JANUARY '29. 1917

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SATURDAY'S RACING. ! MOOREFIELD RACES. Delara Wins Flying. Wirilla the the Handicap. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

SATURDAY'S RACING — -V ? — ? — MOOREFIELD RACES. -Delara Wins Plying. Wirilla the Handicap. . SYDNEY, Sunday. field races ycstoulay, but tho_ attendance lUto weaithor was hot for the Moore was fair. ? ' *' Rostrlts : MAIDEN* HAXDIOAP. 6 furlongs, AV. Kelso's b g Oriode, 3 jirs. '7.6, (Pike) .. ..... .... :. .. ... ..i 'A Urevelyn' .and. A. W. Wliitney's 1- g Bnsuto, '3 yre, '8.3, (Council), 2 B.' jX/Iilen's 'br o Cmmp Out. 3 yre. '7.8. (Foley) ...:.:.... ,. . '.. 3 Other staa-ten-s: Tho Knot 8.7, Parsona 7.9. Wianlienst 7.8, CSrannel 7.5, Maid of Ayr 7.5. l^a'st Tnimf)ct 7.3, Pai Rue 6.12' ,iBebfcing : 6 to 4 o.n /Mie Knot, 5* to 1 Ganrjil out, 6 to 1 Busuto. 10 to 1 Oio ids or -Warherst, 12 to 20 to 1 oth©it-. Qo-'oide, Bnsuito. iind 'JThe Knot 'wre sm artiest airay. Fassing tlio five flirlbn'gs Tko Knot -ind Bisuto -\veire out two l«mg tha in fj-ont of Oroide and Maid of Ayr. G»ing ii d tfl)© iill Ifcisuto ftot a sliglit lead .?and entered; Jtihe straight a'llengUi ? in front, of ...

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