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CHRISTMAS ON A TROOPSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

. CHRISTMAS ON A 'TROOPSHIP. 1'mvates W Stephens, wilting to I11& iathoi, Mi W. H .Ktepiiens, ot Mainis s,tieqt. 'ITammoith, drom on hoaid the tiooipslii]- on. Xinius Day, desciibqs the Xmas- testivKnes on boaid. He was awfftk oned 111 tho eaily hdhs ot die morning by Homo ol tho itioops smging Xma& cJiiols For ineaUfas* they got eggs, the fnsrt- since comnng aiboaid. 'I --J.i.n tell you they ueio ailught,' he says, 'only o-no c'tlap siting oi'iposit-e to me got a ohiuken in one ol hn-, bu* tlh.it is nothing ' Aifitei bieakfast the Olinst mab boxes weie de-ilt out. They conast ed mostly of vei- welcomo eataiblqs and u.nok.nbles Dninci consisted of loast pork^ ca.bbage, potiitoes, beoi, and pjutm jjoianio, 'It wasn't bad,' sajs Pli vate Stephens, 'buit I am afiawl some of tho boys lost itheiis over the sido of tli& boat. He c-onjtanues, 'wo got our tea at Jialt i-iat-hve. and 1 th-nk tilinn- w*as tlie bost ol aill. Wo gat cake, a-nd lollies, choco lates, and m...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ISON'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

ISDN'S PICTURES. 'At' the .libove piotuie .palace to-fnifChit, Willijian Foi. jf-i,eients 'tificdia B«nv.i tho emotionail arasto supiemo, in tho iivo- ' rarfc diaiinatx; photo-play 'Galley Slave.' Tho other /diMimatio offoiing Msrooning is a one pait Victor piod'uotion entitled 'A Sti.uipe Confos?ion\' In the comddy list 'The l\tarnuffe of Aitlmr', 'All ior Lovo'. 'Jjiie in Ihdlii' a Pi 101 r interest, will mlso ho M.-L«onod 'lllie managen\on,t announce thnt to-moi-iow night, ITlmi.s clav. Austivin&win Filmsn, Svdncy, i-ie- «ent the -pretty heroine of 'Tho Milliau Dollar Mystery,' (liloronce La. Badie), in a fivo-ioel Pa'tho-'Pliamihouser pi,odu(;it ion, 'Tlio Fugitive,' a powerful story o! » woman's l^dcmption, a stoiy ol in tense interest ,

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TROTTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

TROTTING NOTES. JTebiuaiy, 2itih, TamwoiiUi Dif*tiict Tr-ottmg Cauib. Mai till. 17, Tanrwoifch Hibeinian bpoilft j Oluib. Man oil. -AS, 29, Tanworth Agucultiu.il Ataroli, iil. Tamiwontii Distuct Tiot ting Oluih. .111 Cuvneis and1 ti.vners aie leminuecl bj v advei-tisomeni m this wsuo that on,tnes Ioi' tlie TomwoitJi Distnot riottang Cl nib's meeting on tlio 24th ot nest month c-oso on Wednesday, li'eln-u.wy l^th. This .shiouild he'^veiy yitei esiting mcet 111s;, us a laige nuimibor of hoi&es aie bcuig got lcady for tlio hig cai nival to bo held in Maicfli m -connection with the Tamwoith Shmv. ' l)ho Q\\nin(k DistiKt Ti'otting CJUib announco their intention of following, up thoir iccont suwes*, by holding a meet-, ing on Jiietei Satuiday. 'Bhis appeals, td bo a. wi^o ^election of ja, date, theic bo'Biff so t.u, no othex ineetings likely to cladi. witih iit. ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Britain's Mass Labor Levy. MEN FIRST AND THEN WOMEN. (Published in "The Times.") LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

Britain's Mass Labor Levy. MEN FIRST AND THEN WOMEN, (Published in. 'The Times.') LONDON, Tuesday. Mr. Austin Ohamfoerl'ain will an nounce hi« women's employment pit'1 fhis week. lie says Mat men will he chosen lift, nocnnl'e they are mo=t needed. 'M sipheme will be lnuno'hpd at a preat London meeting aimio«t immediately.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Allies' Flags Saluted. GREECE DISSOLVES RESERVIST LEAGUE. ATTORNS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

Allies' Flags Saluted. GREECE DISSnLVFS RESERVIST LEAGUE. (Center's. Telegram.) ATHENS. Tuesday. The All.ic,s'^(las^- were .peremlnnioiW7 =5aHuted, 'on Xrondfly afternoon at Zap nei'mni in confo'imiitv -wiili the nMiiWitiW in. the .presftiwo. of the 'All'ied'Ministeis, the Cabinet, niwi the fiomnTOnoer & w first a.rmv corn-. There wpre no ineir deh.ts. ' , The Greek Foreian Minister announ ces that t.he judicial authorities W been, .rrderwlNto. dissolve Cbe Resewists Lean-iies. the -members of which are al' ready disarmed. .'

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Thames Frozen. (Published in "The Times.") LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

Thames Frozen. (PnlMished iw 'The Times.') LONDON, Tue=day. The upper reaches of the Thames a« frozen. There are Works of ice in «? Uwpi Thames. Pai-fips-o-r k-nw* '™ piursps httve takwi to skalimr on t™ London ponds. , |

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Incorrect Statement. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

? i. Incorrect Statement. ' ('Rpntpi-'s TelpQTnin.1 LONDON. Tuesday. Tt. i« offieifli'iv 'intoil Uin+ Mr. Anuer ^on.'s cinitpmont Hint Kiifilnnd will nr- 'hortlv be nn+ioned i« luiaulhori'Pd »»« ill'POlTPCt.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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A Good Record. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

A Good Record, (Renter's Telegram.) LONDON, Tuesday. Mr. Woil'lcr Long's son has been. men- tioned in dispatches. -He has several times gnine-l the D.S.O. Ue is. a fine spoilsman, cricketer, poloiot, and Meopleebaspr, and was champion mid (V,eweiR'ht boxer (if the Urilish amiy for two year*. Such of the cable news on this page, so headed has anperred in 'The Times,' j 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 so. .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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THE LATEST. New German Raider. DESCRIBED BY YARROWDALE'S CREW. Plenty of Guns and Munitions. COPENHAGEN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

THE UTEST. New German Raider. DESCRIBED BY YARROWDALE'S CREW. Plenty of Guns and Munitions. (Reuter's Telegram.) COPENHAGEN, Tuesday. Twen.ty-5'ix Swedish, Norwegian and American seamen belonging to tlic crew of the YaTroiwdflle arrived aifter a' momilh's internment ait.-Neust-r.idtz. They describe the new German raider «r a 12,000 toroner so disgiiieed that it - was impossiible to discover anything extraordinary tiill the poits were opened dip'pnap.inij: fhe glins. , S-he Oiften. cari-ied s-ails hiding the de3-?k. She is armed with four lai»e and rmo1 small gains' and four torpedo tubes awl! ,miinitioni=? and provisioned snffl pietit by to keep her at sea until April. The ship nww- ibeflrs the name of \foowe. She frequently feigns distress. Tihe Yarrciwda'le was. broug'h't to Ger many around the Foroes .alone the NTor weR'ia'n, coasit to tlhp Skan, thence I'hroivg-h. Tvarteorat and So.und to Swine mnndp.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Germans in the Dark. UNABLE TO SEE FRENCH PREPARATIONS. (Published in "The Times.") PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

Germans in the Dark. UNABLE TO SEE FRENCH PREPAR ATIONS. (PrtWifihed in 'The Time*.'-) ? PARTS. Tue=-lav. The Gcrmamfi fa^ce tihe mn«t difficult problem on the PrenolL front. The en emy =ww tlie preparations for the Chain.' pai-rne, Li-os, and Sbmime offensives, hut the coming1 PreiVr-lh offensive will hp kept comnp-letely dflric. Tihe French staff have now a wcavlcr fnl aystem of now rail line-? aii-l roads behimd '-ilhe line n-nd have aopunuilated amlmunition and materials to enable them to. prepare for a bin- attack while not showing a hand till Hip last mo ment.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Home Cabinet Wanted. TO DEAL WITH POST WAR AND IMPERIAL PROBLEMS. (Published in "The Times.") "LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

Home Cabinet Wanted. TO DEAL WITH POST WAR AND IMPERIAL PROBLEMS. (Publisihedi in 'The Times.') 'LONDON. Tnes'dav. The 'Times-'' «ays,it i=; indent tbnt t.he Government should prevent the overl'atvphig; nnd confusion due to a, sin Q'le Cafeinet ilesislnture pmntrolling home nnd Imperial .affoi^s, by cfltistituting a se.n'irate Iloino .Oaihinet. The paper suggests a conterence to cojisWt of the lie.Td^ of the Admiralty. W-nr. Colonial, India, Fnreian, and MHmrAion. Beparl'ment, and. 'Dommiou) reiprescntative1?, givinisr thpjwhole time for tihe furfheran.ee of the'waf'ana Jm^ perinl po'lreie* anfl' the po=t war enn stitutional reoc'ii-sfruc-tion of t'he Em pire. . The 'Times' say« ihe Committee of Imperial Dftvplopment has ?ihown the vast potentialities of the Empire's re sources. The Imperial Government must support the scheme, (.preparing the tony for pioneers.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] FROM A WEEK'S DIARY. [?] and Unsocial Life in Tamworth [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

VES FROM' A WEEK'S DIARY.*' .''and Unsocial Life in Tamworth. ' ' (By Uibnnia.) « n th&t the end of Janu ,snot ofteu th-tj^ d as mat 'r0VlfPSn ^ K^iu/ S0CiBty I* y^the celebiation of Anmver t!lVV?Sttogs lie does under un lblVUVdren fenced, and hopped, little children, «» anougli the «rws. a'dtlf g eat eiyoyment o£ f^riK^Ualspiendor. '* e o£ 'lie peoulianties o£ Tarn ;' ,ctu?e sll last week was born ,cfan / and .ice-creams Presented nnlv foim of attraction. By the t'2ttopiotuie show the weather dMidedly alteiod, and hot coffee deXl Pea-nut* offeied inflmtoly Saims than cool diinks^or ices. . a natnotic meeting/' thev ' pictuie I ^generally thought to be highly Lful' The too- films showa ought amH +o have stnied the desire to among those who could help , and speech of Lieut- Doyle should not ? been without effect. Lieut. Doyle rued on Chiisfcmas 3-ay mounded T-o/aeres alter having gone thiough rooh He spoke aa an Australian to, tor Austiahans whom he believed to goring under s...

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[?] HOSPITAL BENEFIT PONY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

IGQABRI HOSPITAL BENEFIT PONY RACES. iy. ? ? art I, tie T''S -no Iho levulfe of the Bo'g Z T^'1 Benefit i.icw: ik M?SOll)i' J- !5ai1. 1Oa' (U-raood), Mgyiivih bo, (Roid). 3. Hotting 1 lZi ' G ^ Simmotta 3 to 1 -? »nni\' lRel^- Is. Wni^-n, 10.-), f)l n\ DotHllvs »'»'Klitei, 8 7 m 1 °?'\l st'utel- Miss and , 1 (Oclantci) ' T 7$TT™ 'Bna''«P. 3 fuilonss: (ler. s 8 0, (West), 1 , Ladv Bolvillo 8 7, verv '? .7 Piomise 1 8 7, (H.u^ood), 3. nnd , 01- M«lgyJ-w-li 80, (Jo-.k- ?ti oil's Handiaip, d fan longs: Zeal (Hai^ood) I ? Oocoalmc 8 12, ami -»ei3 (Nolsou), 2; SUul.glit 9 13, ' F^ll Handitap, 4 furlonKs: , j9,2. ffox), 1, Ladv Delvdio 8 7, iMttioi's Handicap 4 fu'i longs- De f. »«HRl.t6r 8 4, (lU^l), 1, Wsuw :,\' o™mott'i 8 7, and lOllis ovpi, '??k „ Otllcr ^''tfis- Keal 8 7, P«a). TJw Bai1,er 8.0, (JatWu).

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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MARKET REPORTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

MARKET REPORTS. ' SYDXE5T. 'J'ho Sydney AVool ycllmtr Brokers' As- ' sociation, repoiit January 27. ? ' WOOL. 'Illio past weolc lias been a. quiot one but during tho coming week appraise ments will ibo resumed in tho Sydney storps, when large and representative catalogues will bo submitted. It ifi an ticipated that matters will now work moi-o smootjgy, and this .will allow tho large stock on hand to'be cleared more axpecfrtiously. Proceeds for wools al ready appraised are now available. Slioop Skins: Jfarket firm, with short wools in better demand, crossbred full wools 9d to 12^ per lb, medium wools id to Old, short -wools od to 7d, pelts -I'1 tp 5Jd, merino, full wools Ud to loid, medium wools 9}d to 12d, short wool to,8}d, ,polts 3idi to 43d, lambs, crossbred id to lid, merino 5d to 8d. TOdes : JIa.nkpt imohanged. ? Extra stout heavy weights 12d to 16d extra h-?avy weights (GOlbs and up) lOd to lid. heavy (o4 to 58Lbs) lOd +0 11 Jd,. medium H'eiprhts (-1-1 to 5211)s) lOjci'to 11 U...

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WEEKLY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

AVEEfKLY BKODUOJ5 REPORT. - A.M.L. ond F. Co, Ltd., report 27th January, 1917. RaiMwit fcilcins: 30 tons were catalogued Ehero iwas an-excellent shipping demand ind values were qanto up to tlioso of tho previous sales. Quotations: Best bucks 29d to 31 id; good 'bucks 26d to 28d'; incdMusin .bucks aid to 2od; anixed soiits L7d to 20d ; small and racks 16d to 19d ; best does 21d to 23d; average does 17d W 19id ; gutted bucks, best \9}d to 23d ; ??utited does, best, 9Jd to 13d. Kangaroo. l''ox, 'Wallaby and Opossum 31tiiis: Kangaroo, AV,allai-oo, and Goat Skins ruled firm at laterates. Fox skins ivero firm at last auction values. Sheep Skins: Catalogues were lai'ge mid representative 103,840 being offer ed, wiiieh was 5,931 more. than tho pre i-lous week. Strong competition was met , with for all woolled linos at last iveok's , values, but short wools and pelts were again rather dull of sale although tihiipipers compcited /or these 'lines at times value? for which show a decline of Id ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

- . BUSINESS NOTICES. | V ' ' ^^^^^^v ' CutldiraSoap ;^^^^^^®«^ shampoos pro , , S^/j^^^f \ coded bylieilit tn ' / if . -. \ touches qfCu '' I yy \ ^5\ tlcuraOint I ' j^Z? x~') '* \ mont to tho fi$£ ^X ,0 scalp skin aro ' I I t \ ,J- most effective \ visv* i *C i Thcy tend t0 ,,; ; - ' ? Vs- VJ' I ?- ? ) arrest falling jl^ * y '' ? halp and pro- ? y'~'^w ^_~A a woto a lieal ?« -«? - ' . /N. ? fPSi^ y thy scalp. ; S. ?V l\ ^\. Samples Free by _,,.., *? everywhere. «=.-__£:« ' - ~~ ' ~ ? ' ? ____-A_^^B_Hb_n_~'_eHiffinr_ssn ' ?^^ Panacea rWm : - ^__» - ? for all ? ^i» ? «f Stomach Troubles «5j i ? DrSheldon's ' m H DIGESTIVE TABULESK m'lfoea/ what you eat: wk ,'v f'. 'J_* The Only Curb r JJ1 / V^k Indigestion &-__3ll 4. - Wi ? II lip v , ' SOLD BY (8. S. DALTONi I » ' ? SPLENDID REMEDY FOR fl)M' '? .if _ i! „? '.CHILDREN'S COUGHS ' , _ Mothers all over Australia are mal-- l * ingf/in their own homes as good a 1«— - . ^. , ,,,, ,/ remedy as money can buy for Coughs, * #? j '.''?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

?'. | OTOE FOR STOMACH DISORDERS.. Disorders of the stomach may be ayoi led by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach and liver. Many -were remarkable cures have been effecl3C! by these tablets. Sold by Geo. Mallaby.* BACKACHE? , WHY? ? - Do you rise in tlie morning with a groan? Dp you l'eel that you are .geU ting old? 'Having made up your mind that you arc a martyr, do you vent' your Ill-humour o'n thejamily? .After a, while the pain an'd stiff ness. 'leave you, and you forget' your troubles until the 'next morning, when Iho.samo dull pain in the small of your back, the difliculty of bracing your nerves., brings back all the 3ire forebodings of the day before. This s tho way. Kidney. Trouble creeps on ts ? victim, and you are starting- on , a ong journey- towards illJiealth ah.dl in lrmity. The Kidneys are overtaxe'd .vith the -work of -cleansing out the im purities from your blood.- Each day ;here is an accumulation of waste' which mist upset the body. It forms Uric U:i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

A Thousand Fairings at fhe Palace of Trade Fair! Wo are koepimq; tlio iron Ihot 1-y stifikin'1 nl our Fins'.* Prices every now and ag'ain. ' The Ml'llinwy Fairings' To-dny are bigger Minn ever. ' The=-? are 'OpeciaW in every ceruse of the wo id. Money, savers of. the very best kind for onr lady friends. ' ? , Amazing Bargains in Millinery, Blouses, Costumes, Skirts Underwear, and1 in every Department. CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, 284, 286, 288, 290 PEEL STREET, TAMWORTH. FDR SALE.— A Livery Stable Business, with a good connection in a northern railway town. Takings over £800 ' 'yearly and Increasing guaranteed. A good safe investment-.' Owner retir ing. For price, full particulars, apply to Ware and Co., Tamworth. _ LUOERNE Seea Baas,' 'once Miiell for sale cheap. Apply, Ware and Co., .Produce Department, Tamworth. CHEAP' Property. — HouseUj rooms, kit chen, facing Upper-street', one house 4 'rooms, kitchen,: etc., facing Denning Lane, water laid- on. £425, for the two. Term...

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OUR ARMY'S PROPERTY. A Gigantic Wardrobe. The Kit Stores of the Australian imperial Forces. (Copyright reserved by the Crown). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

* OUR ARMY'S PROPERTY., , , A Gigantic Wardrobe. t . The Kit Stores of the Australian ' Imperial Forces.* (By Australian War C&rrespoli'dent Bean, London). (Copyright reserved by the Crown). There is in London a certain ihugo depot. To-day it is crammed to the roof with the private property of tho Australian Army. You walk* past moun tains of brown ? and black kit bags stacked j.ike the wllieat-fb'ag's on the wharves* of a big port. The property of many thousand men is there at this moment'; and th'erei will be ,' more- there before long. t It just shows how much we know about. war and the organisation' oi' modern armies. .Who would 'have dreamed1 in Australia three years ago that the eare of the private property oif an army was a military detail worth ?worrying; about. And yet here is what it means. - * At the beginning of this war men, when they left their las't training camp for the actual front, left behind the a kit bug with a spart set of kit in it. The ' idea was that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 31 January 1917

YOUR' LIVER CAN'T READ. Special Arguments, and Catchy Adver tisements Have No Effect on It. _____ Once you swallow a dose of medicine all the clever arguments that lead you to believe in it. count for naught. The medicine is subjected to quite another kind of judgment, the only judgment that . really counts: Your livor, your bowels, your bile, your stomach, are the judges. Nor matter what lias been said in ndvertisorncn-ts, They know what agrees with them and helps them; they' know what irritates them and weakons them; they know what causes them to set up resistance so that in time a me' diciue loses its. effect; they know what medicine is so welcome to them that no resistance is set up. Experience, not words; comparison, not arguments; are the real tests of what medicine is best for' sick' hpa'daches. liverishness, bilious ness, indigestion or constipation; what medicine strengthens the natural forces Instead of weakening them. So bear in_ mind that no amount of argument 'about med...

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