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HEAVY STORM NEAR SYDNEY Parramatta Streets Flooded. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

HEAVY STORM NEAR SYDNEY Pa'rramatta Streets Flooded. SYDNEY, Wednesday. A heavy--, storm' broke over ramt natta IhiH aCternoon. Heavy rain, ac oinpanied Uy hail, fell and KfudUHlly ic-'.amo worse. ' TTie-. lightning was very ,cvprp. The main t-,tr-?p( was in-actic-' ally iloodert: Nrt damage is so far re ported. * ,' - The kpvo'o lightning was responsible 'or telephonic and v: telegraphic ? trouble.' Several cables were rendered useless. \ few hoavy showers 'fell in tins city mi!- suburb^. .«--,,,'

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

. BUSINESS NOTICE- , , ? ._ ECONOMICAL SUITS! ^7 '^ /!r * ' ' ' Tfiose men. who insist on having their ffl/'L-i &y ' suits taileredJ to measure, yet wish, to v &&j*' mj save money, should get acquainted / w. \«*4$MP\ ' wj,tih. our Ready-£pr-Servi-3e Suit ^P^VjI^BlERr^ Department. ' y - /A ? V^vSw 1 ' 'THESE SUITS' ARE TAILORED A vk V V? '7 -nl T0 ACTUAL MEASUREMENTS OF l-\ \- VI '§' 'J 1 * ' ' MEN YOUR SIZE. I' ! \ ? , ? ? ?-\ 'ft ', .)' fr Men of every possible variation from f^frJBjj. im; ? ,„ , :v -*j^j$ !'n the normal, as well as the .nomal, fjL&!f? , jff ' jWV «3»j5 M Wave been measured! and fitted' and w'^ ^i^mtimu^Wm, lH t'1c measurements recorded by the ? ^^^^^^^^^^1 manufacturers of thepe suits. v MiSP^ j| 'Wi ft, | ' Thusi the great variety in. size's is not j!r ? ?$' ' iia--.-1 M I '1 obtained! haphazard1, bnt with scienti fC w'-- II ?? « H the best of 'materials, F ? '? 4' '' IT-1 '811 MOST EXPERIENCED CUTTERS,, 1 / % HI 3 S? HIGH-GRADE WO...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TROOPSHIP IN A CYCLONE. Three Seamen Washed Overboard. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

TROOPSHIP IN A CYCLONE. Three, Seamen ..Washed Overboard. ' - ' HY1VNKV, Wednesday: The sick- and wounded soldiers, who ritiiinod to Sydney this morning by (he ,ei oiuJ troopship bud .jh cxcitmn tiriK1 A ffw days after ieavine the) nort of 0Tiv')arkation the ship ran into a storm. The, .wind was blovviiiK with cyclonic force and the sea wan running moun tains 'high and crashed, on the deck; irWv tremendous force. While the storm wa's at. its height three seamen who were on the .deck were iwashed ovenlioard and two disa-p-; oearedx One was washed on board suraln. , Otherwise therp were no »cel ler.tsi ' '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

'?' .? ? ' BUSINESS NOTICES i An Appreciation. It is 'one© again our privilege and - ' pleasure to thank our many 'customers }, for Ihe favors slibivered! upon us clin1 ; ' ing the past year. ? , The marked imjproremenib in 'business .' during the past 12. months urges \is- to 1 ' ' ' ' put forth, strenuousi efforts during: 1917, to weM closer the ties that bind your trade to , ' ' , , Francis' Famous Footwear. iWo will -leave no st'one unturned) to ' ' ? '. ? retain your good! will and favors ttur ', ' ' ing- the coming year. - ' ' ?Jni the meantime we have pleasure in wishing all '.- . ' A HAPPY NEW YEAH. A. E. Francis, FRANCIS' FAMOUS FOOTWEAR, TAMWORTH. j - ? ? . ? Commonwealth Bank of Australia .The Bank is now in occupation' of the ne^t. Head- Office Premises — , PITT AND MOORE STREETS, SYDNEY, ' , where all ' « GENERAL AND SAVINGS BANK BUSINESS , , . will be transacted. THE PUBLIC SAFE DEPOSIT CHAMBER, ? Insures absolute safety against fire, burg-laxy, or other accident. Open...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REPLY TO WILSON. ALLIES TO STATE AIMS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

REPLY TO WILSON. , ALLIES TO STATE AIMS. (Published in 'The Times.') LONDON, WfttoPMloy. Tin* .AUicKl GoveVnments an3 considev ing their re.ply.ovto Piresidcnt Wilson, which' tbtiy are forwarding next week. It is expected1 -they .will frankly . fttatt* i,V Allie'-i' aiihjs, 'defining :themi Iirnii^ly and unjiiistakeablyiafii ihe- only iN»sqibl4- pi'a-«i condition. -~ , '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE TELEGRAMS. FILM CENSORSHIP. Deputation to Chief Secretary. Federal Control Probable. Aim to Protect Merals of the Young. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. FILM CENSORSHIP. Deputation to Chief Se«relary. Federal Control Prohahlc. Aim to Protect Mcrals of the Young. ' ' HY'1-NRV. Wedu'esdav. A iloimt ;illoM Jriiru the federated Mcttire Showmen's Association inter viewed tho Chief S«w-3tary juni expres sed the' hop- thai whatever censorship wan ultimately decided upon, it would bu national in character, and conceived dri1 broad democratic line.a. Mr. h'lillpr explained^ that he favored » Federal censorship, bu) until one was established, State action was necessary. ?il-, r(jnit a minute setting out thai the censorship should apply mainly to films likely to affee.r the morals of the young. lie bad no dntsiro to harass show keepers', lie was asking the I'riini' Min ister to- establish u Federal board of censors, although he. did not know if the ItVdeial Government had Unit power

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE GENERAL ITEMS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

LATE GENERAL ITEMS. '(Published in ''vTI)e Times.') fiOTSUftUN. W-'-liiPMlay. The' forthcoming war loan, has buoy antly, uifotfLud nil war tbnek nhnn'rv. Sfcoekbrokers forec/tst th^ mw iwu« at &i jie-- cenrt.., subjectcto income, tax and portion at tij tax free. : . , , ?'-: The'?Briti9Kfist^mcrs;*N«toriaii 'nnd Lennox were stranded and wrecked iliu1 iun week-end '1'og.s.' The ci-^ivs wore saved. The captain and crew of U10 t emiox were' t««ii«1 fiHtm a bleak rock in the JrjsjL Channel. They weio iinob .'I'rved'for three ilayn i*wiii|i, to the iIpjiho fog. The British.- steamer Thistlehsn was wrecked oil' Alexandria. .The Inquiry Bno.nl exonerate? the Canadian, war medical services ol (.'-olonel Bruce's charges 'in connection wilh ttliieh Sir Sum HrU!fi|lw-3J Canadian 'War ^ihiisW, resigned. 1 iit,», itussians Jiavt; lvtoctUNi Lno beretn line, 'wh-ore a great and important bat tle is imminent. Mir Ainu Johnstone, British Minister at The Hague, hn. ; resigned. ? The Control B...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GOOD AND BAD IN THE TURK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

THE GOOD AND BAD IN THE TURK. . The fact that the Turk h'«f, proved himself by comparison with his less ^ex cusable Una ally ii genii emanl^ fighter lifir, in .'i in '.'i -3i i re overclouded ou* - ijuxigment of his real character. Tlv Tnric is-. essentiality.-' anpApiatiivand si1 sued is a'.'striinge.niixturi oi senii mentality and savagery. When his : 16'frestr. instincts .arc not nronsed' lie can** be as peaee-lovini', humanitarian and grateful sit- the ibest while r;icu=,. He is generally found! in: this frame -of mind! when on fche defensive a^ains! n superior nation? The war ,-with Rnssin forty years agw brougM out nil his finer, qualities and- jyainedi for him ;t re puitation mm n brave, dogfced and nlmo~.1 chivah'onq fishier. \i\n defence of Plevna under TKimfiiti I'ii'Mfl' '-itatid . on) as one of:'f.hft vMrldV -rrftat. military feats.'' '-\ - { ''. _, v ?On' that 6cca4ion- (lie Turk had nr. chance; lip was up against- a stronger and'.better enemy, andi knew it. /'As n c6ns...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUNG WOMAN SHOT. WOUNDED CHAFFEUR IN HER ROOM. Early Morning Sensation. "Had a Nark on Him." SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

YOUNG WOMAN SHOT. WOUNDED CHAFFEUR IN HER ' ROOM. Early Morning Sensation. \ 'Had a Nark on Him.' .','..- ':'? ' . .SYDNEV Wftrtnadrloi T-licre viufj a sensational affa'r at Sutii aer; Hill 'this, r morning. As the result iobiha McLeod- 23, is1 in k critical cpn dHion with a fiul(el wound in her left shoulder, wlulf John Henry Taylor, 24,' s ia hospital . with- three revolver shot wounds in 'the chest and one in the nouth. '?:.?'. It appears that about 1 n'-»luck Frank dcLeod was ^wakened, by -scream's: and ales' tor 'help, ?; He recognised 'his daugh er's voic4-. fluiryinK to her room he was shocked to find her sitting In bed with bloodi: streaming from a wound in' ;he shoulder, whUe on.' the floor a few feet away Taylor was found lying, in a 3emi-conscious condition with a seveh Bhambered: revolver lying near by. -s . ?;.' It is believed s6ven shots were fired. A small lantern was also found -in the . room.' , ' ' Taylor hurt been employccl by McLeod is chaff eur for th©: past ; f...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WIFE MURDER CASE. To Come Before the High Court. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

WIPE MURDER CASE. To Cnme'Before tlifi.Hicjh Court. / ^SYDNEY. Wednesday. Tn the High Court ro-ilay the --ase cf William G^Blrame'rEyles was revived. Mr. Kuox; for the Crowii, urged that 'In- convection hud' not been quashed, or it if were a.aiejw,.,Eriaj.vshould have1. 'been ordered. - Bpecial leave \yas , granted and. the ?ji« « wiU conioHu due course before th-v Hi'h Court. Replying to Mi-. Justice latun'K M»v JCrox said hfsj cjise v,.is Ihiit there was icfnun in thP cijtuin tan eT inconsist-1 enl with the gii\lt of,,, lUyles. fie con 'ei-ded that no wrong would-- lie done Ry^es by u now trial. .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

STOCK MOVEMENTS. l'ollqwing an th.- stocic movements in he P.P. dix^t-Hct of Tnm worth :— ? 2,if- lii-ualih, Tamworth. to JVopt Tam vorth j G. Dwwney, owner, W. Reid in harge. ?:.?.:... ??,-? - ' 188 wres, Ileclive to 'Newcastle. Trus --'»»!- lato ,1. W. Vickery, ownei-R, p-r rail. 2o cows and calves, Curlewis to Nar abri... H.-h. Harris owner,, per rail. 15 rams Millridffe' Cnvlfiwici fw Rii»il. )one Siding, y Harris, owner ;' per raal I :? 20 rams,; Millridg«, ourlewis to Mount liisseU/ -R.-' ?Maillymont, owner, per rail. 300, ewes, Tamworth to Baan ,, Baa. V. Ji'Rdcle, owner:' ? 289 wethers, Goonoo Goonoo Road to ioomberah. S. Bourko owner; ®\V. J-. )rman in charge. ' 560 ewes, Mnllii Creek tn Currabubula. 1 B.7Pro«teiv owner; T. McShane in lia-ge.- . ? - ' x;250Q eAves and wethea-s, Leura, Onr fflv-is -to- 'WooSstock; Curlewis. -???'?; Ii. ?- Jfi.-; Chapman owner; J. McCarthy in eharge.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARMERS SHOULD GROW WHEAT. Government Anxious to Assist and Encourage. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

FARMERS SHOULD GROW WHEAT. Government Anxious to Assist and Encourage. WYDNTCV, Wednesday. Mr. Graham, Minister for, ??Agriculture, n connection with a suggestion,, by Mr. JniiipliPl), secretary of the farmers anil settlers, that-, many- farmers are con emiplating '» rbduction ' ot wheat areas, jmpliasises ,11io, necessity for tin pro liittlion of every possible iounce of food; t -ts. ... llu says the ? Gov,epmnent v; unxiouu to assist and encpuragp' formers to dit. shafgf this liupiTUiiJ/dury. Overslshts 'n reKard'-tq adimihlstr4tion will.'lx re medied if brought Under the' notice of ltie (JoverniiK'ul. , , . '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

STOCK AND PROPERTY;. FRESH LINES DIRECT FROM . OWNERS. ______ TRAVELLING AKMIDALE TO 'MANILLA. 220 Heifers, ,16- months to 2 years old, buyer can have a pick of 150, which should throw out all bad colors tat £7/10/. 160 Steers, same owner. Same parttcu 'lars, .will sell pick out of these of -100,.at same price. £7/10/. 100 Hoggets, mixed sex, one mark, May vale 'blood, Sept shorn, good cond. 22/6. For offer please apply to: G. D. THOMAS. 'Phone No. 119. ? MANILLA. Situated 10 miles from Ben Lomond, 20 ?miles from Glen Innes. 1352% acres O.P. and C.L. All well fenced and subdivided, .good house' of 6 rooms and kitchen, 40 acres of growing crop, woolshed, machines, wool- 1 press, chaffcutter and cornsheller. j All ringbarked, close to school, , basalt country, heavy carrying. £2/15/ per acre. £1500 can re main on the property {or. 2% years at '6% per cent, interest. . | 1 This is one of the best grazing proper- 1 ties offering in the Ben Lomond dis totot, and we feel confident the flr...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY Heavy Rainstorms Likely. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY Heavy Rainstorms Likely. SYDNEY,, Wednesday. The- various pressure 'systems 'operat- ing .over Australia during the past few days, which wei'o ' responsible for cyclo nic thunder storing in parts of Queens land and1 Now South Wales have made about 400 miles .easting in the past 24 hour?. -They have. a\sp 'lost somewhat in energy and several closed curve de pressions shown on td-day^s flliart wcj-o it, 9 a.m. remarkably quiescent. .One of theso -small pressure bodies of cyclonic formation, is sibilated' in Central Queens land, ono off the) central coast, and -a third aibotit the central-western slopes of New' South Wales. ' __ ; Tn Queensland fui-tiher light to heavy | rains have been recorded fairly general ly north-west from tho lines,- joining j fto'dkhampton; Winton and Bt. George. Except in tho 'far' north-west in ' New South, Wales light and heavy amounts with thunder havo also been received generally, , except in tho north-east and south-west corners. ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. Unsullied ami \ thundery over eastern half; storms likely in north. . THE DAILY OBSERVER. ' ? i ' THURSDAY, - ; JANUARY 4, 1017.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ARROW THAT FLIETH (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER VII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

THE ARROW THAT FLIETH ___ ' .' BY ? . ? GUY THORNE, iuthor of. 'Mantrap Manor,' 'When it Was Dark,' 'Made in His Image,' - 'First It Was Ordained,' '-A ' Lost Cause,' &c, &o. (COPYRIGHT.) ?CI-IAiPT!ER VaT.— lOombinuedl. f . Despite all his effloirfcs, jieither -lie lov .Michael Dnndas had been able, to suggest the slightest solution or 'throw fie least light upon the affair in which hey had become «o strangely involved. ?he siK't'Cftsioti of extraordinary --inci- lents which began on the morning when he sauve and dapper Mr. Archer called ipon the viscount in Jelrmyn ? Stree.t nd .which had ceased now ^vith the ilna'l . disappearance of [Ajrcheir, Ins 'daughter, Francis Dalton, ,the Labour leader, the girl at Miteham, .and the one or t.wo other minor -characters in this mysterious drama, were an im penetrable mystery. ' And the motor itself had disappeared ' also, vanished a's .if -it had never been carefully' and 'laboriously built, iwith its. strangely high, sides, ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ONE MAN SHOPS. CARRIED ON WHILE OWNERS FIGHTING. LONDON. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

ONE MAN SHOPS. CARRIED ON WHILE; OWNERS FIGHTING. (Published in 'The. Times.') LONDON. Weil'iu'bcTHv. Han\|mersmith it. carrying, on by volun tary tsilmi1- 327 one-man , kIuijis ?whose owners are iinhrlli|n'H. 'i'ho system \u lili*'ly to spread to otnet London ttnibnrbn. - , ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTERN FRONT. LONDON, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

WESTERN FRONT. (Rcriter's'.Teiegrnin ;) LONDON, Wednesday Genorrfl Hnig i«poitf.: A small hos tile jwitrol renohod the' trenches east ward of Veimelles, but was driven back losing hnlf the. number. / ' ? . ' . 'AVo ejected portion- of a -strong pa: ti:ol entering the tronclipii northiward of Ypms. T.hoir losses w«'o lipnvy. A FrarieW oorom'uniqu© ' says.: , There ?w a somewhat lively '''h-r^iliery duel be tween -Hnrdaumpnt hnd'Beionva'ux. It is intermittent ? elsewKere.' :: ?''?? ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHORTAGE OF TONNAGE. SPEEDING UP LOADING IN BRITAIN. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

SHORTAGE OF TONNAGE. SPEEDING UP LOADING IN , BRITAIN. (Published1 in 'The Times.') LONDON, Wednesday. The Government lias brought up, the tija,nai»ii workers' battalions to ten thousand as- Che outcome of the port fci-aiiisit eoiMmiifeo's report stating- the nrgent need Jor speeding up ^hjp load ing- and1 unloading. - _'T.he available tonnn-ge is now insuffi eiont for the national neocl's.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF NEWSPAPER PROPRIETOR. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

DEATH OF NEWSPAPER PRO PRIETOR. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Mr. Christopher Bennett; managing jroprletor of the ''Evening, News' and 'Town and 'Country journal,' died this mor'aing, aged 60.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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