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NARRABRI NEWS. NARRABRI, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

NARRABRI* NEWS. - - NATtRABRI, Mondav. ? Somo -time ago tlie Nnrrnbri AVest Municipal Council decided to collect san itiiry rates tlireo montlis in advance.' Tlii's action was deemed necessary 'owinj- U- tlie nommidic habits of tlio popiiila'tion, ?nit the'Comncil decided to givo a rebate to a.pu-llicants ilf leading before ©xpirj ation .of wnne for wihich the service was piid in advance. Rntorcement of tliis rlr«ision caused con,«iidcraible friction, so the Cbuncil decided to make a tesC The oase came beforo tlio Petty Sessions Count to-dny when tho Council m'oceod- ed ap;aiiiKt Daniel Muirphy to .recover ''^no due on Ginitarv. rates, in advance. ~i Tlie Bench1 gave a decision1, for the am ouilt claimed togetlier, with ono^guinea professional costs, in default one month's 'jT-r;-risonment i\ith Vutrd labor.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANILLA CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. MANILLA, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

MANILLA CALEDONIAN SOCCETY. i MANILLA, Monday. At, .tlio nnnuail meetma; of tho Oale doniai). Society Mr. Acbim Park was r-3-- »lecte'd Pnt'-on.-and 'My. 'V'. N. Johnstone re-elected Oii«f. MoB^rs'. W. Baird and W. McKessar were elected ViiceProsi lents. Mr. W. Ci-aig Son. See., and Mr.' If. Riudd Troasmreo1. - :' . A eonvivial eveninp; l.\ias spent* on the .ocwflioii of 'the Burns Anniversary.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEVEN WEEKS' ENLISTMENTS. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

SEVEN WEEKS' ENLISTMENTS. SYDNEY. Monday.' The total numiber of men who enlisted in New South Wales during -the past t-even weeks -for services, abroad,' was 24S1. Last weeks total was 245, show ing a considerable drop &s compared tfith the previous week., '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CUTTING UP RESERVE. Protest Meeting at Manilla. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

(cutting up reserveV Protest Meeting aj Manilla. A .meeting of h the .sto^l:.ojvners, dro vers and agents -watf. held at' Manilla on Saturday afternoon to protest against the cutting up of Ryan's or Crotty's- re- serve on 'tjie Attunga road. - - Mr.-E. .V. Kremer.was in- tlie, chair;'' ' It -Was moved by Mr. B. G. Satclifte, an,d seconded by Mr.. E. O. T. Bowman That .this meeting of stock-owners drovers and agents, whilst in siny,pathy with the raovement for tho . ooHia-morw o£ returned soldiers, on the' land gener ally emphatically protests against vthe alienation of about 100 acres, of water and comping reserye -1508, Hnojfn -as Crotty's reserve, on the Tamworth 'Manilla Koad, ^the whole of the reserve* being urgen'tly required for the 'use of' travelling jstock.' -:The resolution, was ' carried unanim ously. . It was moved -y- Mr. H. V. Dowe, and. seconded by Mr.- -J. T.iSi'sson 'That representetion be made to the Hon. the Minister for Lands asking that the pro posed revocation ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STARVATION IN GERMANY. Population Terrorised by Military. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

STARVATION IN GERMANY., Population Terrorised' by Military. (Renter's Telegram). ' - - ^ LONDON, Sunday.^ Sixteen civilians, who have arrived from Ruhleben camp, state that the Ger nans are on the absolute limit line oj starvation. The people- are pinched and thin, and are only half supplied under the- ticket' system. The docile popula tion are absolutely cowed by the mili 'arists, but are longing for, and expect ing, peace.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

'AMUSEMENTS. ' ,-' .. Douglas Faii'baoaks, who . .j's almost every sort of atlilete, finds new chances for ncrabo-tics in 'The Good Bad Man,'- the fourtlli of lia'o Triangle pliotoplays. Ke went to the desert with director Al lan Dwan,\ and several 1 scores of, real Western, cowboys, a virtual 'tenderfoot. He came back ten days later having not only, learned' every-tiic'k of'^horsemanshTp the cowboys coulld ahbnr him but 'having used metst -of them in the picture. .These fine'effects will-be seen at Ison's-1 Picture Pidlace to-night. 'His .Bread /and But ter' is tlho 'title of an aniiusing'PQriangle Keystone that is to be included ?in'.^he snecial iprograinme to-night. ? 'Hank Maim as a wa-ier- in a cafe learns that hit 'boss' ongoing to engage, a new cash- . ier. flnd -ho .telephones has jwjto to apply for the position. Mrs. Hank gets ,/wie billet alright, ibut does not. disclose 'the fact , that .she is. married and when the 'ihoss' takes too much notice of her Hank starts a. riot...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRAVE RUSSIAN PRIEST. Blesses Dying Under Fire. LONDON. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

/-BRAVE RUSSIAN PRIEST. . Blesses Dying Under Fire.'. (Renter's Telegram). '. ' v LONDON. SundnvJ' s a yetrogr&a message reports that* a chaplain, Father Kh'olmagorov. with a cross and holy water, toured the frgnt line trenches, blessing,the troops under artillery ,flre. He 'did not - hesitate in his ministrations, and he and a priest ?V'.'om^anying him were mortally woun ded v Father Kholmogorov refused attenfion 'intil he -had nron'ounced the blessing on a dying soldier. ITe died tlie game evening.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WERRIS CREEK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

WERR1S CREEK RACES. Following are the,weights; for the'Wer riis Creek A.R. Oub 'on Wednesday, jan va-ry 31st. : ' . Maiden Handicap, 5 dhisrilongs ;. Queen' Avondale 10.8, Tai-get .10.5, -Kooiewang. 10.4. John Worth 10.0, Rapid. Boy 100, GoldeA Opening 10.O, Rapid Glea 9.13/ Miss Sea 9.12. AJpine liOss 9.11, Alice T-- -9.11. Hopanvay jane 9.U, -Dolly -Fern' 9.11, Miss-Nijn,ble'9.11. ? . . '-?« ' ; Summer Handicap. 6 furlongs: Master Archie 11.7. Late Edition 11.5, McFord 11.5. -Silencer ,11:0. (Bnyal Step7- 10.6, Tijmin. Lad 1OS, 'Lanetti 10.0.1 Rapid Bov-9.12. . / ? New Year Handicap,. 6 furlongs: Late ?Edition 11.5, Kerraas Daughter' 11.3, ' Silencer 11.0, Lady SinS 10.12. Oanna 10.3, Tjonely Laiss 9.13, Queen. Avondale 9.12, Koolewang 9.11, Golden Openinc 9jll -Dolly -Fern '9.11. ' ' W.C.K.A.R. Cl^^b Handicap, 7 fur longs : Majstor Aaicliie 11 6 ,Latee Edition 11.4, Royal, Step -10.5VTimia Lad 10.1. Lajietfci 8.15 M'ks Jftmible 9.11. , Bracelet Handicap. '6 furlongs: Timia Lad 11...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRUISER LAURENTIC LOST. LONDON, Sunday, [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

CRUIS'ER LAURENTIC LOST. , 1 ' LONDON, Sunday. The Admiralty,- announces that the auxiliary cruiser' Lauren tic was submar ined or mined on January- 25. Tbe captain, cdmmander, 12. -officers, 'and 10!) men wore saved.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW MINE FIELD. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

NEW MINE FIELD?. ' (Published in 'The Times.') LONDON, Sunday. ' - A 'Times' message from Scandana via says that/ Britain is lading a mine field along the coapt o* .Ttfifland. Ship pers agree that this -will, render 'traffic

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WARRAH SHIRE ELECTIONS. Only One Contest. MURRURUNDI, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

! WARRAH SHIRE, ELECTIONS., \ Only -One* Contest., -'' ? l- ' irUR'BURUNDI.'SKniclav.' The WTiwali Shii'o election' took plnee o'i , Ratuixlny hpit. -'Onlv C Riding wnVs contested by three Candidates 'and resnl- . ted : - - ?«- W.'iliiivm Greor, 136.'. '? ,, John Joseph Porkiris 127. , , Rollout Palmer -'Abbott 77. - v For tho A irt'd H Ridings respectively,' Richard .Mohtague Odgen, Edward Hus ??nl, Seivil Henry Ttaill and James Henry //oro elcotixl unopposed. __, ' y

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NUNDLE SHIRE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

BUNDLE SHIRE .ELECTION. .Following iiro t)ho 'r#stilts of the Nun-. cKu Sim e election lietd on Saturday last: '(A. RII-IN{J. ' ' IajA. ftn/il«;, pu; J. AV. Newman, 79; ,D. G.. Brighton, 3l; Informal, 4. Brigllt amPiSAu-iiunn «lecited. A' ' B MMNG. A. Fisbcir, 20; W. MeCkilltuid, 15; &- S. King, 9; rni'oVnwl' il. li'isliej- nnd Meaelland-tfccted.- ' ^ Mr. J-. ,G. Creighton; wlio was de feiited, has 'Ifeonssi mnnnber of, the Nun dlo fehiro Oonncil, over muco the iniopt ?lon ol Locinjl.. Government, anct wos,Pres-, id6i^t a goocl -portion ot tlio tiune, ' -

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOUND SHOT. Well Known Paterson Resident's Death. WEST MAITLAND. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

' .-- ? FOUND SHOT. .! '* Well Known Paterson Resident's. Death. ' . ' W1DST JfAiXTtt/AND. Monday. I V.fiieo}- T,(v- Doyle a'well-known .resi- j dent of Dotorson/.Vho' carried o»i n;hu.t- i cJi'ei'iiiR business, ',«'as found dend in tied | bv -n*a wife, .on - Sunday morning about | 3. o'clock, 'i , , ' ' '?-Deeoased hnd tihe top. of Ms ,head and portion of his face blown' away by a i^iot fmpi sinKltHbim-relled broeoh-loading 'gun, whiftii' wae'ifouncl-'between his leas, nni-1 wlvch he, was's'ra'spins' tightly with ^ecease4 ^e't with an .accident some ?niontlw aro, and ljsid never seemed*, to bo ri«Eliit since.^ He 'leaves n widow, hirt ,'nn fam'lv. ' . '?' .'.- ?*-? ??' .' , An inquest will beVKeld. /,'?? ?;' y

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANDOWA SHIRE ELECTIONS. MANILA, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

? MAND0WA SHIRE ELECTIONS., \ '?' ' i MANILA, Monday. The/ slurb elections iresulted : A Rjiding: D. M«Don«W nnd -Tlios. Garland' (re-elected). -^*A , - »? T) Riding: John Cooto, iunrf, and deo. .Wlfilo .(cilected unopposed^, -. .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL WAR CABLES. "SCARCITY 'MIDST PLENTY. Hardships of Russian people. Result of Government Inefficiency. (Published in "The Times") LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

GENERAL. WAR CABLES, ^ — 'SCARCITY 'MIDST PLENTY.' Hardships of Russian People. Result' of Government Inefficiency^/ . '(Published in 'The' Times.') f JTiTTi , .LONDON. Sunday. ' me limes' refemng to the tremen-' dons rise in prices of foodstuffs In' Rus sia says: No wonder the people are an«p(v at the Government's, inefficiency, to deal with the 'situation. The ecar ?2lty of food .. midst plenty' -Ts. the sole tou-ie everywhere. * ' ' ' - J » , Long queues of people wait hours in temperatures twenty ^degrees below #zero Tor necessaries at municipal meat mark Lots and other places. ? ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. HUGHES FOR LONDON. To Sail Early In February. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

MR.' HUGHES FOR LONDON. 1 To Sail 'Early In February. SYDNEY. Montiav. Tho 'Sun' to-day snys it,h»s good an-, thonitv for str-tlnc: that Mr.-HuisliP« .ex necls to ptII for T/Oi don onVly In Febru nrv nnd that lie 'is recnstincr mi h'p ar rangements to.Idmit bf a sudden dasli to citch tho first available steamer.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLEN INNES. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

GLEN' INNES. (Fiom our Con\espondont. On Fnday n little -Umi&htcr of JUi Jnines Ray ot Ecd liange was bitten on tho knee by 11 biovn snako First aid was londoiod by a, neighbour (Mi. i\Vom s«lo-), and Dr. MoKonsiio was telephoned ( ioi. He mot the fciiffeioi v.ho wa-s being' bioniftht-into t««n and successfully tiea tod *ho bite. The child js now out of danger. TJio Qliup of Soveni elections, which, v-oie earned out under th© postal yoting system, lcsulted as follloms. — A Riding J 'iMiiiSgrov.e and F. BioacKient (unop vnsod) IB Riding W. Hoss 145. W A Ciamsio 89 A. h Vivois 87, W J&eiy 59 C Riding J F Wlnto 1j8, W Pottot 114, John WoUionspoon 1CM. On TSmisday night Mi R A Giant, lato ^aifc piopnetor of tho Glen Inne& 'Guaidian' was. tendcied .1 public faie ?uell in the Town Hall wihsn tlio Mayoi, on behalf of the citizens, piescnted him w(iUi a piuse of saveieigns Mr. Grant Ifift foi Armidale on Fnd»iy to take up the cditoi&hip of tlie Armidale 'Ohio...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INVERELL'S HONOR ROLL. Three More Soldiers Added. INVERELL, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

iNVERELL'S HONOR ROLL. Three More Soldiers Atlded. INYERiE'LL, Tuesday, Tlie Rov. T 1? Johnson has received -vord trom the llei;enoo Department an ?louncms that Bombardiei Duncan lie Lean, son ot Mr. and Mis John McLean, of Ilenderson-sti cet, inveiell, has been ttilled in action 111 France The stncXen patents have now given their second sot in the cause of King and country Private Duea,ld McLean having been killed in action last year The late Bombardier McLean was a iiv tive of Inverell, and prior to enlisting v^as employed in ' Queensland at h:^ trade of bladksrcitlnng. Advice has been received of the loath 111 action -»t Private Harold F Dix, son of Jlr' H. Dix, ot Glen Innes, formerly of Imorell Private DiX1, who, \-as single and 22 years of age, -was well-known, having served his appren tideshjp in- the printing trade. He vvas the eldest ot three sons and left Imer ell in January last with the first detach ment of! ' KUrrajongs ' After under ^o.ng training at Salibbury Plaiins ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

INTER-DISTRICT )NEWS i — ?—-? ? ^^ ? i ARMIDALE. (Fuam our Coiiespondent). I lcgiet to hdivo to lopoit that dosipito vigoiou*. cftoiiti on tlio part ot the now loci'iuting s-tafE, little piogicss is ensti jng 1/ast weeK teiitainly was an un piovement on the pioceding week but even then only 4 men 111 all wcie ion\aid a-nd or tlwso 3 pas&ed. Th'iby-0110 men 111 all have offieaeu at tho Ainndalo clement since 'tno now le ci Huang c-ampajgn began, and of that uumbei 35 liavo boon a--,epted. Vnotlioi Ammdale soldiei has made the supieme sacuhco foi hus countiy 111 Franco, in the poison of' Pbe. A. G Uoit) Collinfc Tho young soldiw v, as only SI ycais of ago. feeigt. liarlej, ol Aimidale. -niioso death i\as leccntly lapoited fiom France t.is killed instantaneously by a snipei's bullet -wihilo feting in tho trenches. Ho was detailing lus sontnes toi the nigjlit wlien tho mishap oixsuned. V^i ious deeply' iympathotic lett«is ha.ve been received by Ins, motilici fiom oom ladps m Jt'...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WALCHA NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

WALCHA NEWS. (Fiom 0111 C01 Mihixmdent ^ Woid hat. boon ictoived that bcigcant Oliffioid Love, who wai- 22 jeaii ot age, and .1 son ot the Lite Mi J. Love, ot Waldia, and Mas Love ot Manly, was killed 111 action in Fiance on 21th Dec ombei, 1916 Deceased who had seen 2 \uare and 0 month1? seivice, was twice wounded at GaUipoh. (!llio) annual nieetiing of the Faimcis and i°ettloi.v' Association \.iae held on riatnnday, flhen Mi h\ \i. Fleming A.ai le-olocted Pieiidont; Mossis. Ja&. Steel and W J. MoGuiflftiy as Vice-Piesidento; -Wi A D Muioluo a& Tieasurei , Ml J. A, aits as Secietary; ana Mis-ses. F. Mc Kae and 11 Dank Aiiditois. The bs.l'mce ^ilioet bhowed .1 cicdit balance ot £5/13/1 Tlio mamljoish-p ieo was iix«d at 10/ p^i nnuuni A most suceesorul carnival took place at Tin, River, on Annivei-saiy Day 111 perfect woathor, The function was or ??.aiiispd b v tlie, Tn Hiver Sewing cntle an aid of the Red Ciosfe funds, and the lesult was .1 Alulondid one iintlncially...

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