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AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL NOTES. For the Man on the Land. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

AGRICULTUhAL AND PASTORAL ' NOTES. ' For the Man on the Land. i These Notes are issued 'every 'week under the personal supervision of the Zfi' ^ *-C' Grahwn«, M.L.A., Minister or Agriculture, and are based mainly on th| experience of the Department. ' .Should any farmer dosire information relevant to his work on the land not referred to in these Notes at the time a query addresser! t.n t.im tt,wiq» o^ ? tary of Agriculture, Sydney, will be to swered by letter as quickly as possible. When points of general interest are rai sed, the reply will, as far as' possible be repeated in these nninmni '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE AT LUNATIC ASYLUM. 46 Women Burned to Death. MONTTREAL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

FIRE AT LUNATIC ASYLUM. . 46 Women. Burned to Death. (?Renter's Telegram.) ?'£ MONTRML, 'Momlny. Forty-six women ? were burned to death in the destruction of af,female lunatic asylum at Ferdinand .during the, night There 'was £»n uncontrollable i panic1 Many leaped irom the h.'gh windows. Others crouched in terror near tho win dows until incinerated. -* Tho temperature was 20 below zero. The hydrants were frozen . , '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLLIERY MECHANICS' DISPUTE. Union Officials Pleased with Agreement [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

COLLIERY MECHANICS' DISPUTE. Union Officials Pleased with Agreement Mi-. Walter, secretary of the Colliery Mechaniifc' Association, interviewed on Saturday rogardinig the conferen.00 be tween the colliery proprietor and lnem Txm's of his Association, said that-, bear ing in 'mind -the conditions under which members of the 'Association ha'tl been working, the proposed agreement v. as, in his opinion, ' very fair. 'TJ10 agreement,' ho added, 'will be drafted, anil we will submit it to mom bore next weak, and recommend its ac ceptance. It wilh apply to members of 0111 Association only. Tho proposed agreement, if1 accepted.1 i«- 'in. men, will come^ into force as from January 1.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INDIVIDUAL TESTING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

INDIVIDUAL TESTJNG. 1 ' ? \ Profits Compared. Some facts given by the testing- offi cer of a cow testing association in Ten nessee, U.S.A., afford such striking ovi 'dence of the value of the herd-testing method, that there seems to be no nee-d to apologise for their repetition at this ,distanco. Many facts with regard to American associations no doulbt read tameiy in Australia, but in this lase we get down to bedrock, and can, there fore, .afford to pay attention. Six months after this particular asso ciation was formed a picnic was held at which tho testing officer gave a brief summary of the work done in that short time. First he showed that the mem bers had made a net profit of £316/17/6 more in the sixth month than in the first month, _tho increase ibeing due al most entirely to better feeding and man agement. The^average price received for butterfat was 2%d less in the sixth month than ttt the first. During tho period ' 31 unprofitable cows were sold, and the average mon thly ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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MARKET REPORT TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

MARKET REPORT* TAMWORTH.^ ' ' W. T. Callcott and Co. report las Friday's sale: — Butter, '1/2 to 1/-1 lb. ' Eggs, lid. to 1/ dozen. ' s Do.j settings, 1/3 set. Dropping, 4d. to 6d. \h. Honey, 3/6 per 71b. tin. Tea, 6/9 per 71b. tin. Brooms, 1/3 to 2/ each. Pines. 2/ per case. ' , Do. (soft), 4/C case. ' ' Orangos, 6/9 to 7/6 ea&e. . ' 1 Cherries, 1 2/ to (4/6 pei- i-box. T-o., 4/ ttf 5/3 per 1-bushel case Gooseberries, 8/6 to 3/ per J-box. Strawberries, 6d. pint. -Apricots, 1/9 to 3/, per i-case. Peaches, 1/6 to 4/9 per J-case. Noetarins, 5/3 per ^i -case. - Plums,, 2/3 to 4/3 per i-oaso. Cherry Plums, 2/i -t'o 2/9 per i-case. - Do.j do.,' 2/ per' j'-toox. ,' , ? ' Apples, 2/ to 2/3 per ^ase. Do., 7/6 por gin .case. , ' Pours, 2/ per i-btisliol case. Tomatoes, 3/ to 6/9 per J-oase. ' Do.',-. 2/3'to 4/6 'per' J-bos. 'Cabbage', l/--tO' 3/9 per 'dozen. Cucu-niibors,-9d.- to 1/9 per dozen .- ,-Lettuco, 1/3 per dozen. - - Bumpkins, lOd. each. Vegetable Marrows, 2/ to' 3/6 tfoz. r...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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NEW NOTE TO GREECE. FRESH CRISIS. Drastic Demands by the Allies. "Salute the Allied Flags." LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

NEW NOTE TO GREECE. FRESH CRISIS. Drastic Demands by the Allies. 'Salute the Allied Flags.' LONDON. Monday. The Triple Entente's Now to Greece has been presented. - , It demands the) reduction of the Greek forces outside Peloponnesus to the, num ber absolutely necessary to maintain or der, the ..immediate release of political prisoners, indemnification of those who Buffered unjustly, aav apology by the Greek Government bo the Entente and tho public saluto of tho Allied flags. French! newspapers regard the All-.ed landing at Phocis as natural' as it en sures the. protection of, mon nnd sup plies from exibmarines. ? \The Note .intimates that the 'Alllled troops may shorblyOand at Itea and be conveyed towards the Salonika-T.arn.ssa railway. , -w/, ' , ' The Allies rq«w,iss!tf pll'liberty of action in the event of ^tW. Greek Government Riving further cause- ''for complaint. The Entente will not permit tho Veni sielist. forces to cross ''the neutral zone nnd 'declare* tho hlo'ckarfa will...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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GENERAL WAR ITEMS: (Published in "The Times.") LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

GENERAL WAR ITEMS. (Published in 'The Times.') _ ''LOJNDOiN. Tiicsdnv. 'l*hc Red Cross Order of S-t. John has arranged a joint, selioniei to administer I skilled treatmca't near bhe homes of ' numerous casts for i-aralysis as the le pult of -war, wounds, and js arranging umiliii treatment ior noilir.iRihomics anil epileptics. Tho Nation has placidly accepted the standardised bread, which is a compound Government ble-nd of Manitoba, Indian and Australian wheat. The Bakcis' As sociation advised the. Government to abo lish 'now bread and fancy loaves. The recruiting offices were crowded in the Nej\y Year -ouimg to e\pired exemp LonSj neflEfisitfttijig augumentpd^tafls ior dealing with th© day long rush. Tho sinkings are reported of the Bri tish &tea-re©r Protector, 'Kussian schopner fioedonis, Nomvegian Rva Morn, :«id uieok' Dometucs Iugl-issis. The JJritieh Apsley Jlall is also repprt etl sunk. rt Replying! bo tho London oitizcns^'New Year's message. King Oopj-go sa^s-r he ear...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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BULGARIA SATISFIED: "WORK SUCCESSFULLY CONCLUDED." AMSTERDAM, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

BULGARIA SATISFIED. 'work Successfully con cluded.' - (Renter's Telegram.) -? 'AMS'rWHJ-A^r, Tuesday. A ruessago from Soils says the Bul garian Premier in the Sobranje declar ^'1 that tho Bulgarians' work had hern , nceessfully conclu-led. He replied to criticisms against the T/iilgnrinn oi-a^ing of the Dnmlbo, niul states that all tho Anstro-Germans in flulfinria were^tKiibiprt to tho Rulgniinn chief comitiand.

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SERBIAN PRISONERS IN BULGAR UNIFORM. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

SERBIAN PRISONERS IN BULGAR UNIFORM. (Renter's Telegram.) ',-' ^liU-,- — Mondav-.,' ' The Bulgarians are oompelling^tliou sands of Sorbian prisoners to wear Bul garian uniforms and ivoi-k 'in the Bill; garian aimy. ''/;-

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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"AGAIN DEFEATED THE RUSSIANS." German Report from Roumania. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

'AGAIN DEFEATED THE RUSSIANS.' German Report from Roumania^ (Routci's Telegram.) LO.N~— v -Monday. J A Goiinan wiioless states: We storm ed several Russo-Roumanian hill, ''posi- tions between Uz and Putna va'lleys, and | 1-o.puIsed fierce counter attaclcs. Wo again defeated th© R.ussians on tho northern Iront in. Gieat A\allachia and drove back the enemy ,hali-way between T?imni«iilsarat and Bocuy. Tho Bulgo-Germans took- a thousand prisoners eastward of Macin.

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MOST SERIOUS CRISIS. Constantine Waiting for German Aid. Allies Increasing Pressure. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

MOST SERIOUS CRISIS. Constantine Waiting for German Aid. , Allies Increasing Pressure. (United 'Service.) *' _ .LONDON j'tMondny. The position in G reece is, approaching n, most -serious crisis. '-/-'.. 'iho Allies Jlinifrt-ers aio sii]r,.aboard flip- waraKir^. t - - \ ^,'i;.f. - Kiag Oonstantine is endfrjavdririg to ovade the. .movemenfe, of ' trdoj|ivlroni Thosselay hoping that .tho Germnn'rUil g,ir offensive against General' '-fSarrjitl will break through and establigQwn- | noctiom with .the Givok rfiiny and bring s food'supi-ly.r ' f- ;-. 4 Meanwhile the blockade is tightening. The Vonizelists are languishing'. jn pV: sun/ Their fate is amknown. ''''4' Pi-o-Ge-rmans have parrfmouncy in- i^d Greece. - ? ? ' '?''-? ' It aw presumed /Baron Scbenck leit; ample 'funds. It is known1 that be 'ic^ cplved 1-£.300,OCK) ishortljv beioi-e ^his' il.S'lu. ' ' 'I A strong Allietl flotilla has arrived in , e Gulf of Corinth. 'Le Matin' states tho A.ncs wiii notify 'iGreeco that thoy intend the ...

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AERIAL POSTAL SERVICE. Athens Suffering from Blockade. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

-:, -AERIAL POSTAL SERVICE. / - Athens Sufferiii0'|[rom Blockade. 1 (Rcutor'at 'i'eipsrnm.)- I ' , ,\: '' ' JfJONDON, Tuesday. 'Rqiiter's. Salonika 'correspondent says en^rny aeroplanes have-been passing over Jhe.town daily. -. ItNs supposed thatybe sides spying they aro engaged in tho 'postal service with Ajbhens, which _ except ' for ?« lifeless, is completely isolated. There are indications that the block ade is most effective. .The scarcity oi cereals is ibegininiiiw: to 'bo seriously iolt in Southern Greece.

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EVILS OF CONSTIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

EVILS OP CONSTIPATION. ' Th.oso'ftroublea'with consitiva'ticn have1 little relish for their .food. Their stom aoh becomes disordered, they liave' piles, often,kldney disease. No one can- hope for good health u.nless his bowels riiqv^ once a day. If 'they do' not move natur ally they should be helped, and for -this purpose 'you' rwill 'find no better medi cine than Chamberlain's -Tablets. 'Cham berlain's Tablets will not only, immedi ately relieve the-mo&t obstinate case of constipation but will' strengthen the bowels to act naturally without- assis tance. Sold :by .Geo. 'Mallaby;.,chemi'st.g

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MORE COFFINS THAN CRADLES!" [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

'MORE COFFINS THAN CRADLES!'- -In a little book hearing the ' title 'More Coffins- than. Cradles I', Pastor Edmund Krensch, of Karlsruhe, mourn fully laments: 'Will the great Death make solemn 'entry intoi Germany? , Are -we one of the dying- nut fans, perishing from loss of vitality? A Llhisli of shame comes o'Ver our 'faces at 'having* to ask such questioms while our armies are gal lantly fighting ~ a 'iain si 'overwhelming hostile forces! These questions ought wot to be necessary at a moment. v hen hundreds of thousands of. oiir son.s are dying the hero's death in the bloom of their youth for the sake of the Father land! And just at a momeint^whci^we are baking our place as a. world-power of the first magnitude! But it isjslatis-' tics-w,hich force these questions npon_ our un\villing cars, and the 'answer' must run: 'Our doom is approaching; th^sdanger hukjs at our door and sh«me is already within our gates. ' ' 'Ereuseh gives some interesting1^ fig- ures 'to show that Germany r...

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INTER-DISTRICT NEWS GLEN INNES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

INTER-BISTRIQT ? -mm , - QLEN. INNES. (From, our ' Corresnondent.'i At the Shiro iCouncjl meeting on Sat urday last a long discussion took place a* to lir.w Mr. AViknor, the shire «ngi i neer, stood witlvUi© -council; ' To cte.1,1' tha matter up legal .advice ivn\ 'sought, ?u hen -Mr. Legh, after reading the agree-. ?renuj sindjptteiis, stated that Mr. Wik nrv \sxs a,bsent^vithout' leave, and his fl^Sl'GGmGntfc IVl'tli +Sin /.nninni \-inA ~\\n.±-n cunt-died according to law. .Eventually Or. Farlow moved: 'That Mr.' AVikner w not;fip.d that Ms agreement with the council was can«illed by law, though his being a.bsont without, leave from October 2, .1916; Jmb' under the circumstances 'tho countH would no* go to extremes, and that he be given sovon.. days' notice to,, return to duty, pay , to commence iionj Midi date.' ; This 'was' socoided by tlio president and carried. ' ' - On Monday the town/ irns ur:: -.-. i:ili« deserted, all -the people, liaving. gone 'to , Dce.pwa.ter races, whi...

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SOLDIERS AND SETTLEMENT ON THE LAND. The Progress of Settlement. (Published by British Empire Land Settlement Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

S0L1)l£RS ,AND ,SE,T,TLEMLENT ,0N ^THE'LA-ND/' ' ? The Progress of Settlement. ,_ (Published -by British Empire Ijand I Settlement Commiapsi -When this .war is ended, and our great Armies are disbanded, ' countless thou sands of men will ask themselves what they are to do with their lives, what occupations they are to follow? Many -of, -our soldiers have the promise that their old positions will be kept open for' them. Eut will they all desire 'to go back to them? .Again; with the best ?will in the world; it may be impossible -«. u*w.u.j uiiijjjivj'cr;3--cu [iiKti ineir old hands back,- -war taxation and bad trade may so 'cripple them that Cor years to come, they wilJN .have to , reduce the number of their employees. ?At will be most astonishing if after the .war there is not a period of groat slackness .of work, particularly in our towns. As after all former wars, the rate of emigration has risen far above ' the average, so ^after the war we shall | - »rpbably ' see a. large mimibe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

- STOCK AND PROPERTY. ?' , Situated 10 -.miles from Ben Lomonil, ?0 miles ,from Glen Innes. 13521/t acres O.P. and C.L. All well fenced; and , subdivided, good house of G , rooms arid kitchen, 40 acres of growing crop, . wooliihed, machines, 'wool ' prfess; .chaffcutter and cbrnsiieller. All ringbarked, close ,to school, .basalt -oountry, heavjr carrying. £2/35/ per acre. £1500 can re main .on the property for, 2V£ y~ears at 6V^ per cent.' interest. , ,, 1 This is'oneol^tlie best grazing proper ties offering in. the Ben Xiomontl. dis trict, .and we feel -'confldent the tfirst genuine buyer, to inspect- is, sure tp do business. 3QN0QN & SNOW.. ' ? ? - GLEN INNES.;' ? . 3E£Spit-BLE;lIlfigS. ICE CHESTS AND, ICE BOXES1. FLY SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS. LATTICE. WORK ' !' Our- Ice Chests .stand for^economy and . affective 'cooling, being -insulated ^with ' (li;sl.:class .material. ' ?Our Ply Screens are wel'. made j and 'i stronger jthah'' usual. . '- - *\ '^TJje .Lattice is of good...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

\ A . I i- J — h — - , -,; ? ? r-r-H- — - S'i- ° ' J '??''\.';'-''-. It ifl a Vim-food for the Summer Season and s*ffi' * ' ' ?''! ?S-i? v»«' '?{ -? a** t^e .year rounS. ? /\X ' ' ' ?'? 1 $--&', V. --v^- TTou cau open it and ssi-Ve while tlie 'Xettlo lfaL*^*v' ? ? ' *-i£o''f/ / % l»oila. ana riia meal in l-eaay booaus* / ^§H&M*'S |§7 \# ' Horse -JShoe ' ; 'iP^ ? ? ml A-\ -Red i^alnioir . ^Sjj0 sB Mi - ** cooked immediately afifcr 'canning1-' Ihk^'^J' ML I ** ia an'o'mei'g'eacy aiBh to r]csep' on lssr.a for - - W~-$b;-2bt Irak ' I *'*** v**i'1-orB wlio pop in without waruiiis. ';;^MS^]?!if.; E9Pi I Mt'miiy toe Tjs served in a hundred aainty.-wr,ys, ; (Jv'mSSs; ESffil I maoy.of wliloh ara set out m the 'Horse-Shoe ^''^fts-ii MEaSI I -Salmon free Cookery ,Eock.' ''^X.KS'* jKISEm J .^Send this coupon, and receive, a copy. toy roturn '^^H^i R^H F.REE ' Box 5l9'G'P-°- SYDNliW. '-? , ^Ss^^^^^l WBSaSf^wL '?*'-»' ? Kindly enclose One Penny ffl&IDcP CHfrfSfti ?WSsfw -^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

BUSINESS NOTICE- . ' __ ] The Palace of Trade [ Display of Summer Dress Fabrics is Superb. ========== II u^ ^3)& ' Onv Dress Department reveals n wealth || ^WW'Sl ' ' oC'the most ehnrming1 fabrics for the II Mill I \\\\ We Riinnot rto .i»s*ice to Ihi-. display II /fllllili l\\l ii VW '' eo^ ''^l10' h'*' we ns^ ^'ou *° f!Ome SI 1 lillil ///I/I I* v\V\ -;|nf1 see tlll(- S'00(1:5 ifor y°.urdelve3 I IJi'tJ /rl!-ba*l Never have ,we invited you to n more I f^jJJiJ^^C^^^K ' iltt)'nellve assortment — the-4 pretty de I Om^r^j^jPZ vfiil signs — 'he charming' coloring's — the I hlMwtf ll STiST' I \1\ daiaty textures nnrt the superb (]uali I II ia a ///?/lil If \l -I tlica — ''? m!lke an fPPeti1' tn!it is irre \ffi\~4-*J''fllts-'f*''^ All those fabrics that will be popular \J , C-'Vw/ and. attractive for Ihe warm day;?. *^^Hl(//J* , A WELCOME AWAITS YOU. W^jf ' ' ' Yoftr inspection' will foe deemed a court- '* &* ? osy — not an obligation to purchase. CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE ...

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TAMWORTH COURT BUSINESS. C.P.S. Transactions. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

TAMWORTH. COURT BUSINESS. ' fi.P.S. Trahsactioiis. Following aro e^tra,cts bulled _fi,om tho , ^: returns of1 business transacted by , the -^.^ Tamwonth Olofk of Petty Sessions:— _ v Number 'of; cases luiiflar Vagrancy Act ;„ and Dnunkards' Punishment Provisions , __ ,of tho Police Offences Act, 344;, Petty Session Court cases, where accused had ^ been arrested, M; summons' -cases, 470; ^mrmniUnd'for trial, 24; diirc and ,mu- 7 aicipal appeals, bo ; applictotions for auc- . tioneers and, other licenses, 83; sum- _ mone'and charge cases 'in -Children's Court, 72; applications' to Licensing Court', 106 ; casesjjtried in .Quarter Ses sions' 17; 'bankruptcy oases. 3; plaints entered in Distriot .Oonrb, 65; execution issued 14; interpleader ca/^B,'. l;-.ca -so applications, 1'; application for new trial I ; judgement transferred- from Small - ftehte Court, 2 ;' plaints entered m' Small Debits Court, 342j exepution. iasued,-44i ? aarnishep applio^np, ,8j WS-fiP ^ registered, '1(7 ; applic...

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