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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

' THE TUEF. Entries close to-day at 5 pvm. for the Inverell .J.C. meeting on January 12 and 13. There are Jlve'racesi on each day,, and' the (prize money amounts to £50. This meeting should be worth the seri ous attention of. owners and of the pulblic, who should' make a note of 'the d'ates. A1 good! deal -of discussion has been' caused toy the amusement tax, and' by the way in which, it hits followers of racing, boxing, and othei\ sports. The proprietors, as might have 'been ex pected, have pa'ssed the whole lot on to the public. A genuine ' sporting body might possibly be justified in passing it on, bnt miost^proprietrtTy, race clubland' boxing 'establishments are business con cerns pure and simple. The 'public make the existence ' of these places pos sible, 'andi 'now the proprietors come out, and demand' 'that the public shall, also pay the taxes, for them. 'If they had- been satisfied!' with asking their patron^ to pay !h;al.f the tax, it ''would, have looked! a little Vbetter,...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CHILDREN'S RESTAURANT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

THE/CHILDREN'S RESTAURANT. The members of tho Ladie.31 Benovo lcnt Soaiety wish to acknowledge, with thanks ? iho donations received for two wboks :— Mrs'. 'Eiiston 'King, ''vegetables ; ?Sirs. 'Walker/ finiit; Mr. Brueo, iruit; 'Mrs. Donaldson', rbiVtterr and fruit j Mrs. Bowlett, vegetables; -Mrs. MeRitchie, fruit; Mrs. Horace, fruit; Mre. Fred. Lambert, plum pudding; Mrs. Crawl'ord, produco. Address: Sulvntion Army Ij.irrnoks Brisbane-street.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STOPS THE PAIN INSTANTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

STOPS THE PAIN INSTANT'Ly . ' The pain caused by a burn or scald will -be 'instantly relieved if Dr. Shel 'don's Magnetic Liniment is applied. .A most useful housohold remedy Uo al ways have on hand, price t/0 ^asid 3/. Obtainable at -g;-i;4.--n^gn.* -rt \

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SOMME. A MORNING ATTACK. How the Line Went Out. (COPYRIGHT RESERVED BY THE CROWN.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

THE SOMME. A MORNING ATTACK. How the Line Went Out. (By Australian War Correspondent, (lOOPiYTOQIIjT ^RESERVED BY THE CROW.). t ? ' British Headquarters, France, Nov. ,13. 'Down the long muddy h'ilfslope — half of it' brawn shelllioles 'nnd the other hal£' patches of wet 'g-reen grass — near, where the knuckles of it dipped out of sight into' the bottom of the valley, one could see a line of. heads. r Jn some places they were clear and in others they' could not be seen. , But we guessed that it was -the line ready to go out. ?At the top of. the opposite unslopc — which is German andi green, the'battle not yet having properly reached it, the tower of Eapaume town hall showed' up behind the trees. We made out that hands were at the hour — tout I. b.ave heard others say that they were per manently at half -past five,, and others a quarter past four — it is one, of. those matters 'which become 'very important on these long dark evenings and friend ships are apt to be broken over it. The...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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JUSTIFIABLE MURDER. Immoral Russian Hypnotist Removed. Hideous Nightmare Ended. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

JUSTIFIABLE MURDER. Immoral Russian Hypnotist Removed. -- Hideous Nightmare Ended. '?' t '(Router's Telegram.) LONDON, Thursday. ,; Petrograd correspondents s»tatQ that three bullet wounds ^ were found in Ras putin's head, chest, and, side. It is no exaggeration to say that the whole oi Russia breathes, freer for the removal oi a most) baneful influence. Rasputin was recognised as one of the pivots of the Germanophile force. A hideous nightmare, full of immoral hor rors has. now ended. -.History will -marvel at the power yielded by this uneducated and deprav ed Siberian oeasant and his unlimited stray over -ortain ^personalities, especi ally women, which is ascribed 'to hypnot 'ism. Gregory Rasputin, the peasant monk who yielded such great influence at the 'Russian. Court, -was found murdered a few days ago in 'the Nevrf River1 cloee to 'the Palacei. of. Prince Yusupoff, a weak ling who is supposed to have had a verj strong- motive for thTe crime,' of whicE he is acbujsed. Rasputin ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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ENGLAND'S TASK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

; , ENGLAND'S TASK. 'In an article on the philosophy of war the 'News Pester Journal' (of Budapest), gives the following- advice io .England : — ' - 'England chatters about the destruc Hqni of; .Pirussinn militarism being her shief war aim. But how is- she going^ to 4thrt the] task o£ forcing Germany down ( toj the level' of a srafill .State? As long i as there are aainies -Geraiany will al woys have a huge one. .But what i-=. iSng'Jand's real object? No doubt the Instruction' ot' Germany's world com ?norce. - Yes, but before anything else England would :first 'of all have to de port .German sehoolraastei-s and' uni-' ersity ]-t-ofess6rs, ^ leviy Germany's ?soh'ools with' the grrouiwl.'and annihilate Owrman literature .and iibra'ries; To 'My there is no other way ' of driving German world-wide commence- ont'% of this world.' ' , ,' '.'* '*

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

, ARE YOU MJN DOWN? Weakened Kidneys. , Awakeh to the Danger and Aid the Kidney sickness often runs you down o the verge of collapse before you know ?he cause. When you seem unable to -m your . thoughts to any task, your Hick aches and you cannot do an ordin ?ri£ xl3: s Work. it is time to ask your jolf this, jjuestion: 'Are my kidneys working right?'- The answer may be ?£-y Jound- - Weak ' kidneys slacken ineir filtering work and uric acid cdrcu ates with the blood, and in many cases ittooking brain, nerves, muscles, aad 'ltal organs. ' Don't wait for the serious iipuble-Jbeein using Dbau's Backache kidney Pills when you first1 feel the i backache, or first notic* urinary duor- t j' .Th« J«nedy has given new life and strength to thousands! R«ad this pases : — Mrs Charles Wake, Marsh 'Street, Anmdal» says:— 'For years I wa« a' martyr to -weakness of the kidneys. I was treated for this complaint by seTeral doctors ; some said that my liver was at ?ault, others that it was due to weak...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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TAMWORTH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Fortnightly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

. TAMWORTH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Fortnightly Meeting. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Tarn worth Municipal Council 'was* held 0:1 Tuesday u-ight; and those present Were:, Alderman A. O. Mctbeod (Mayor), Wi Thi'baultj H. C. Ison,.AV~ A. Bourne, W. Green, J. Booley, K. E. .'Upjohn,, ID. A. IBrileyj H. 'E. Britz, A. Mathe^on, and A. Madden. An aj-ology for nonattend ance was received from Aid, C. ,\V. ?Vi ane, - . , OORKiBSPONiDENOE. From E. J3. Henderson iomvarding a plan of the sub-diviaion of allotment S), section o3. Tho approval of the council to the sob-division was* sought. The re (jupsb was acceded, to. . . 'j'rom J. Orant, ' bidcombe, stating th«t he was 'unable to accept the ap poinicncnt of overseer of works. It was decided to call for fresh ap plications. .From the Picton Town Clerk, thanking thti council for courtesy extended to Aid A. Prior, during his visit to Tamworth. — Received. From the Concord Municipality op posiwg the postponement of the munici pal elections fro...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

^'-. ? , , , * ? ' '. ? - ' ''BUSINESS'NOTICES.,? ^ - '. , ' , s .' ! ' ^T ~~' ,-' M^^.^.if/'^'i-^^W' T/i'e BEST 7ea ' '.?.-'' ? '?-? t^^ff^v, j^'- ' vour Grq'er Sells ! ! - J| V,';-:9 ':i ''.;' ^-,/' ''' ,Lm f , 5S . ? 3 ? : ? ^ ? : ? ^ ? «pJi -? j}H Vice-Regal and Consulting- Opticians, -S-S ? jS. ? : ? s ? n- ? -?!] ,| 385 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. 1 flfll T-MOSE in nee3 of correctly 'm !P * 'r '' 'i -l i is i 'l ' '? 'i£ !? nttf rig ? glasses should rridke -a -point ;?&?$ I df *'ciwaitmg 'the ?' opportunity of ; m I Gohjulting r4a\1 qualified -optician, . ; ffi - i TKe members. :df. the family of Sf | H. . A.l Barraclough are fully quali- |C ! , fied opticians . by' ^British e^cam- i|| I. ina'tibns arid. Will ''-ivisit, this town, on s|i | the undermentioned .dates,: — — f | ; Mm Illi January || ! ; ;. when he;may'e(I;comsulted :|| ; I i %lBilonian Hotel | Dodge Brother's Motor Gar ;/ -I . ^_^ ? t ? .' : Not merely a ;few refinements but the- hiflliest form of refinement at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

(-'?-, BUSINESS NOr ? ' ? — — ? ; ? . ? , ? _^ _J ''' --.p^ --*- ? ~ ? ? BUSINESS NOTICES. ? - - ' ] yj, ' poniLet tbeHeaiWtim Ybul ? ) m* ?, '' ' A ' * .Jr&s ' ' ' ' Why shoiild you swelter in Heavy Glbihihtj x * pff'' ; t**mBMmi//Jjrt£ z*^ during the hot Summer dam when uou- can, be -? |'|i; ' * ^LAvin C°°/fl5 a, cucumber Hn sensible, serviceable J W ? ^W^mlf'Bul 5A are -ideal [for: hot- weather wear. ? St£phtito,s '??' If* * % -'4 '?'? «f ? '/I m\ ihese Tu)prpiece Suits a){d*,you feel cool and Ifm ?'? ? ? I ?? -IK -^J -MJ\ comfortable on the hottest - day. They are ,, fil*-- 4 tL-Jiti5 ^ -fffllL^ ™de up in light-weight washing* fabrics^ i jg£ £,m' prfTto -ST71i ' U 5™ar/t' sty/fcA and u-e// finished. / I.? ??' -Vs 4'^\ l/^/l i Here are Three GYandValtiesx: I y\ '-' ' ~k ? lv / '\ '?// T M Special line in'Fawn and Repp Sports Suits, : L),. P' /Al \ ml f l! I smartly cut with 4 patch pockets ' ?.. ? '^ ; } 'AfcA \Sls m I and ytike, 2 box pleats, half 'belt ^1' cy I /* \ J. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

WeLIEVE THAT^lj ?ACHING BACK 3-lfc SHELDON'* ^ am pfiLLs^ FlrWOKACHE aii /Prl» ..' KIDNEY TROUBLES 1/6^2/6 Bcitiifd Surest Bemedyftr, .' BACKACHE, LUMBA60, sod' ilrK ?- » * -glPJliv TROUBLES. , -: »,J ^tiWj^BT^GT S. DAiiTONs .-- -' v' v\ '^K FpODS ?//?hsy '^sJysr 'jJv^pfelicioua/\'U * ^^ ,'? It ,-?«/ wrong lo'belKve 'that to .f\^ I, i\ krfain ,-llw best you SnUsl-lheAli^l.. 'i\^ V',;3y ' buy an imfiorled brand of Essence. \jr . s ^\f t fa'iilding'&'po. have produced ?,'^jt J,n''AiislraJia' (or the' pasl 70 years /\ ' y\^ the' very'JRnest quality Flavoring / \ (, 'i\- Ei'sencfsi* which-, are, prepared I .y ^?iiw from ' choitesl' frejh fruits,- under Vji/ ^yr 'ihe mpsl sanitary conclilionV. ?'. *iifty ., Q,i Fajitdingi Essences 'are mide %f , ^Jj ' lea .very )iigh' standard J and have.^T t^jj ttpod the severe' test of time and fo.r '? \?£r j ^ P'i)RITV;^TRENOTH& FLAVOR -\ , ^v4-'^'i' ' »re lO'day.uniurpassedi . ? /? \ ' '?„ '' -H^s^ssences'Jare U':' The Tamit Puxflv .....

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DON'T YOU BELIEVE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

DOXT, ?6V*$!IBUEVQ. IT. . -Some»-8air thai, -chronic/ constipation cannot ? be ? cured. - TsDon't/you1 believe it. 'Chamberlain's Tablefts Jfor the stomach land liver have ? curevfothers— why not ^7' Glvenh'em- a-tri|c| '-.They cost.only ^iteenrj^^^li^oileM^1*^^!^ I'atUr the war? -. ^ t 'X3S-

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AMERICAN-MEXICAN CRISIS. Carranza Demands Withdrawal of Troops. WASHINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

: /AtatocAN-MEViQAir-. crisis. ' 'Carranza Demands -Withdrawal of Troops.- , '? . ? ? _ ? h.=— - ' ^x ' ; '(Router's Telegram.) ' 1 WASHiliNiOrrON, 'Wednesday. ' 'The ' situation with-'McKJeo is rapidly (assuming -'a graver '' aspectt. Cnrranza- 1 'hasi fin Ally; refused: to 'resume conforenccs with^America imtil' the 'American troops are- withdrawn, from Mexico uncondi ' tipnally. / '

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PUBLIC HEALTH. TAMWORTH RECORD FOR 1916. Big Drop in Typhoid. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

PUBLIC HEALTH. TAMWORTH 'RECORD FOR 1 9 1 6. Big Drop in TVnhoid. A c6mpreliensive- report, for the year i 1916uponune -public health' in the Muni- ! cipality,'o£ Tamworth v.«as ' submitted at i 'Tues''day_riightJs' meeting of the Munici-'1 pal Council/ by -the, sanitary inspector' ('Mr. Jas. Sanders) who' said: — i ' - - 'TYPHOID. ' ? \I 'have''pleasure-i'n reporting that the year 1916, with; my' department, closes' 'well, with a big drop 'in \he tyiphoid recoiii '(or'tli'e 'Municipality. In 1914 28. cases ''Were i-eiported, a-'brg drop on pre v-ioiis records, ^lillS gave 39 cases, and this -year, 1916, only 15, jwhich is a re cord: ? Otlier and -'rural 'districts have contributed 'outside! this ? number to our,; district, hospital. ' -Very '.careful enquiry is'ma'de 'aiter'each notification, and the local authority for( the district, where' infection has. 'occurred, has been noti fied so helping to -stop 'the disease. All infected premises have be'pn disinfected and 'every precaut...

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BUSINESS NOTICES. MANLY IN THE BOOM. AS HOLIDAY AND HEALTH RESORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

1- . ? BUSINESS NOVICES. I. i.Vrt. 'i- , ? _ . -_ |., -;MaJTLY*iNJ-,THE BOOM. ' ' % , AS%'6LlbAY-ANl? 'HEALTH « ?' - C-- -.kesobt: ' ? ' '« ? ' Tbat^Manly is booming as a holiday j| tnd 'health 'resort is evidenced by -ih.; ?§ dffieial '_recbra of absent votes at,vMan $L ly on Heferendum Day^ , 'verging 'on ' & 3,000,fand every electorate in the State i ybeingl represented except' Broken, Hill . ^i Aamitteiily ' Manly, is ' ' The Quepn ot Tj*he Southern ' Seus, ''' and' yet strange. ' Dutrirue, no holiday and- health-resort is less ' announced to the .public than this popular, seaside -suburb. -. As a h'e'alth \ resort'' it is unique, in -the fact thatsum iner' or winter it is equally beneficial , '-. aiTd agreeable, and 'which is pxplaiTied 6yi reason of Manly being 'built 'o'a the '?Tb'ry ocean fringe, thus enjoying 'to tha . fullest extent the equalising effect of 'lie' sea on the temperature, with the , Result of' a warmer atmosphere in 'win- . ,tef,vthan inland places, ...

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HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

HOUSE SAJjE. ' ' - Attention is drawn to a special horse salo which takes ;plaeo at Tnimvorth on Monday, January lo. , Tho auctioneers are A. L. iStew.art ? and Co., Tamworth, who advise that there -will bo a splen did yarding r of heavy 'and ' medium draughts, and light? ho'rsos/ all good use ful' sorts}. ' Albout 200 head aro already hooked 'and f urther entries are now - be ing token. (Buyers should not fail to at 'tend the sale,' as they will have a rare opportunity of purchasing ^somo splen did horses. ' . ? '

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TAMWORTH CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

ffiAiMiWiORTH dATOLiiJ' SAJUtf. - Attention id drawn to a'speoial tiattlo salo whioU takes placo at Turiuvorth on Friday, 12tli inst. A\ -L. Stewart and Co./ who am 'tiho /selling agents, advise that aibo'ut '750 will- bo yardo'd, includ mg a oonsignment of 250 station-lirod ^Durhmm and Hereford cn'ttle, miIso oxtra good lilies of Inilloclcs, (|toiJ1 steers iTJlfji

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NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

NEWSy0F THE CHURCHESk- '// (By Urbania.V . ' !'?-''. Tho request of King George , ?trnns- mittod by ..Mr. Hugho|i to ,tho headsjiW tho differont.denomina'tlions that thn^.law*, Sunday of 191C js!i.,iiild )-^-f$ffi!& throughout the Jfl.-np.r^/r.)', n' day ])J^g^' tencpo and intercession' caused ^I'W^f'f amount of confusion as \tho li 'Sulwii day in 1917 had been the date Jfeifsfp for. However every ' Church mALV?^ exception of tho Presbyterian, ?'jblV,'*'!' to- fall into line, and special ;|»ekij? wero held in every qlniroh. ' Th'e.'lijl'.iiJ Catholic Church had already nnJiU'^-; rangemolits for '.a threo days' iiW.Kj. sion, which incfuded the last Sunu fj'jf December. At .Kb. Mary's C!atlj$Ui *'/£ jSydney +he Governor, Sir Gornm?lL 1,^, ln.nd, in -uniform,' attended tho'jcol',lag- ing Mass on Sunday morning, trai mt from Moss Vale, in order to be pij- W Tho Archbishop of 'Sydney, D,r. \t\ prcachQdi, making, an ^rnpstfappe^aK unity of purposo, among all claas'o^l creedi.1' ' ...

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MARKET REPORTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

il MARKET REPORTS. E\ j&, SYDNRv: PP-.M:i&Hrnnd V. Co.; -Ltd., lopnil; jgknary 2, 1917 :- - . fait ' Catalogues are now being piopared ffltffl' assessment, wh.ch, assuming all' t-p- Hfrfe-ary- arransemonts con be completed ffi|n time., .will ;be made, on Jimuniy 3 and ll^Weedrngf days', 'it being so arranged Sthat^c'aivMi'Vi'-»Iiit-y only such ns slia' Ipfe. possible ' for the assessors to go rfv.ift'n/vii rrVi «-«,«?. t\rt P til It* rtii ntt rill /?'!??»»? ctiflll llO KSjibmittecl. IIK^As at 'present airangpd' tho appraise-1 1 ffintent will extend ovoi two days and on jflilr seconc^ ol '''h cl1 tnc deeis.on nl the 2L*Swpi-ra ifii'SAW ill probably he made avail- I I uTrtVi^JSie cjirtinittcc in ordei to en 1 sure., that q^Siliicss 'prevails on the bhc,\ , 1 flcr..^ and'thiit tlic ii£--os-,oi s may pro I ccedyjiviih th-tf'r work without any niter 1 mptSn 'have intimated their desire tbar | on the second day the show floor l.o ic j ' s.erved entirely for their use. jj i...

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STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

''? STOCK MOVEMENTS. Following nrc the. stock mo*, cinema in - the IM'.'^district of . I'arinvortli ? — , 723', mixed\shee.p, Clctirny, Willow Tj ee, . to Mumirundi. 'Mi*. L. O'JJrien, - wnsirP. O.MI'ina'n in rhnreo. '' ?i lb lambs, Tanvworbh to Woolmin. A. Mai'un. ipter; R. Jeffrey in ehnige. 100 irixltf sheen. Willow xice- to New castle, if. h. O'Brien, owner, per rail. 100 lamjis, 'Willow Tree to Newcastle. ^ J. Jl. Ktfvjman, owner, pei rail. s 'XuljJoO' e,w£s, 30 ramsj Abbotslea, Qin \SmMrSo^Hcverlpy, Yairaman. O. U. ' Mxgiit, owner. 1-. fteddon, in ohm-go, j f 44 buiiiSaKs, Gunncdah to Flemington. 53 E. Meehan, owner, per rail. , ?, N ' fL ' 22 btiiloc-ks, ' Kmeralc- Jlill to Klem ^'li i»gton.'§ K. Williams '-owner, - per mil. ' i , S-i v/elhers, B^sgalui to Plommgton i '; J. J.'CWipbell, owner, per raill j *|' '30, ewea and wothe-i,*.' T.imworth to -.' BoggabrL. / S. 'J. Donaldson, owner, J. i' j\ nlwr'.i-,, in charge. 'I C'Ji ft'^ed fihppp. BogRabn to OranK-? ;1 Crovo fSovinn...

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