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

JJHPAQfeACIIE AND KIDNEY TROUBLE. W9»4fy KIDNEYS -WOULD THROB/AND 7*V,'S SOME- NIGHTS I COULO NOTs _y, \ , ' SLEEP AT A-LL' t-/r - ''Tf suffered terribly from Backache and l/-^t Kidney Trouble for-about six years, and f Y'lftt /times the pain was so bad that 1 1 -??, wo\j.ld groan- with it,' writes Mrs. H. / Burmeister, '12 - Channel-street, Ballarat ';i- E., Vic. *'At times my Kidneys- jo il'l ? '*' throb for they were the weakest 'parr, ur j (my body. Iowa's 'so bad at times that; l / v could not lie on myiback, and som m?ii'is could not sleep, at all. 1 felt so weak. I h . tried, all kinds' or advertised - remedies, ' ??v' - aud 'pills, but none seemed 'to help mo .- .--In the least, and'I'wa sreally nun down. , . A kind friend 'recoinmended mo to try v'' Dr.' Sheldon's. Gin* 'Pills, which 1 did, aud 7 ,' after 'the flrst; few -doses I felt they were Kohig to do me good. I have only taken ' /£u small course, pi them, andfeel excel ' .'lent,' I can sleep well, eat well, and do ^-f...

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

£}' ' BUJSINESS NOTICE. 4%l '^vrkMinii to jm ' WOIOTE BELL 'i %',- : &£°lt24ss f iry j -The Firm That I V-mA Thinks R«9My V I fcf/ /Und Ads Rightly %flj // By Its Const Huenfs I'/yl // Personal Attention '' lUVf - ToEver9 Wh0?&^ Consignment °

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

*\ . ^_* -^ . ^.-*.-:-.. --' ? ^ -- ? ^ ' ' . l ? ? § ^ '*' -B^^^J:^^^^^ This is the 'AUSTRAL^ KEROSENE QlLENgJNg ) % ^S^^SLs »? ^^^'MTnT7! T~ running on \)ne 1 in 01 Kerosene to 14 1 ons or ^'?'' r\jlML^^^ Chaff, CUt and bagged. , It will cut and elevate 20 tons of chaff v - | , -^^^^^^O^'kH^-SBS^S at the «ame small cost. Will drive 10 Shearing Machines for eight hours ? ^^^^^^Wjh^^=^M^^^^^^^^^^^ for, 2/6 ; and there are so many uses you can put it to at such small cost. J^^^^^^^-^^^^^^^^^zZlZ- ^ Yes, the ' AUSTRAL ' holds the record for lowest in fuel consumption! and ' --?:.'? '~^-^^--^-~-':^^^'- tl-i-rj^:*T —.*' it wins outright pn lowest first cost for engine value. But there are plenty' . j '.'A, ''p!usrRP' ' Kcro,™ on Engine puiiing up a Record. of other rc&rons why the '. AUSTRAL ' is the ejigine you should buy. ; 'Kjl. It-is a big powerfully built engine, suitable for general use, with large bearing surfaces and slow running parts case hardened where necessary, whic...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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SMUGGLING FOOD INTO GERMANY. How it is Done. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

SMUGGLING FOOD INTO GERMANY. How It Is Done. _, ? Clinrlc-; Tower } '-'ppe,!!! Con p pondent tin' IJolfintl nf xhp l.ondnn 'D.iily Mail,' f jives an kIpii (^1 1h-«- Gonn.iiiy hns lioen Uccjiiiig the wolf oi stnrvnt'on from tho iloor : — | Ncu'Iy Sivo itinnbhs -ig» J wi'ote in tins pa-ie :\ uc-r'r.ptic.a oi n f-inrl idling ?\-ilinKo on tho Dutch-Gcrniftn irontiev as st loote from the l-mtch sLdp. An nccidcntnl ibut not. qmto unint--ii- lion.il aofiuarntancp lisns enabled nu* to o'ltain at iirt.1 hand a de.sonption of a Minil.ii* v!'l!ap,o as it looks irom tho othgv &ido. .My Rtoiy liesins a.h Dusseldorf on a Siitnnlny morning. Tho .stalion is pack ed 'with pooplo of both sexes and almost a. 1 cla.'6O.J except th'o ivoaltiiy, and along til.- pl-iUcm i.-s dniwn up .i..lonft- tiam -( nposcd almost entirely of those louitli fi is.s so-(-a!lod 'carrinKos' which arc m -?' '-?(i, «-inar-» boxes on wheels, with plank -cuts usually alons two sides. Already. fclion»h Uioi'c- is yet hal...

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

? ' - BUSINESS NOTICES. ^Ji^wi' *^^ki** 'i^Wm^ 1 Ashton 4 Parsons' W&SH ' ' 'fll *Y$] 1 Wj&ir/ I ' ln(Iants' Powders f^S^L^^^isl^-^^^fe^^ Kittle Princes and ^^^^SS^^- ailments commonto infancy West Australian Finds Powders Indispensable. 'What we would do without Matricana Infants' Powders for the babies I do not know, and we are always recommending them to our friends.'— ? 'Mr. FRANK W. FORWOOD. P.O. Box 26, Kalgoorlie, V/est Australia. ASHTON & PARSONS' INFANTS' POWDERS Are intended to ease pain and soothe the child ; check stomach disorders; correct the motions; relieve fever, restlessness, fretfulness, and similar troubles incidental to the teething period; and are useful in delayed or unduly prolonged dentition. . Supplied by Royal Command to— _ 9 _ H.I.M. THE DOWAGER EMPRESS OF RUSSIA -P-|S-S tT-jMJ^ H.R.H. THE DUCHESS OF FIFE ' WH» ??? H.R H. THE CROWN PRINCESS OF ROUMANIA VflWV W§8a H.I.H. THE GRAND DUCHESS OLGA OF RUSSIA BEggf ?Bail H.R H. PRINCE CAR...

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

POISONED WITH RUSTY NAIL. Festered - Hand and Foot Healed !)y Zam-Buk. For everyday accidents Zam-Buk is the worker's best frie*h-l. it soot,lies and heals as nothing else will, because t is so powerfully aritiseptic and medicinal Zam-iBuk is not merely a quick healer, but it cleanses and purifies a woun 1 thoroughly before l;oaling it up. -it decs not lock bad matter up in a sore, but draws it all out. Mr. Peier Arann, of jto wniiam street, Sydney, says: — %'l burl my hand with a nail, which poisoned it 'The place was extremely painful, and my arm became so'inflamnd that I was laid up. I quite thought 1 was in for a very- bad lime, but after I had applied Zam-Buk, the inflammation went down and -the pain was * easier. Zam-Buk cooled the' angry place, drew out the^ poison, and set up thorough natural 'healing. ' '-?'?'' ?'Another time I, .fell and knocked my foot against ^sorriethins sharp, which pier-ed my, boot and set up inflamma tion. My foot was so had that I could only wear a ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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AMSTERDAM, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

AMSTERDAM, Friday.       The German press is indignant at the Allies' Note to Greece, realising that Greece's future usefulness as a pawn in Germany's game is rapidly vanish- ing.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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SATURDAY'S RAGING CANTERBURY PARK RACES. My Palm Wins New Year's Gift. Foil the Handicap. SYDNEY Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

SATURDAY'S RACING CANTERBURY PARK RACES. My. Palm Wins New Year's Gift , - Foil the Handicap. WYlKS'tEY _ , feimJ-iv. ,Tlio . woflthoi ^vmr, hofc ami biiltry )oi Ilio Oaiitoibuiy 1'nrk rat-c,, 1ml, Bid a I tendance %v,u. good. Results:— ; ..MAIPISN HAND|IOA.P, 6 furs. A', tlolljn', 1-.ru I!«nrtnfi°iiy, -i vus ' 7.12 (Woorl) ? .' l- i'E. J. Watt and.L. K. S. atadiiri non's b g IikIuiii' Kinf, .'t via., 7.32 OrcLndilaa) ? 7. . . a A. .Williams'; :bg:KoketI)uty.v 4 yrs.V '; 7.5 (P. Friley)..' ..... '...... a ;: .Other starters: Itebtiij 8.5 Motor Hike .8.0, Paisona 7.12 Jloctoi- 7.8. , 1.7, liynloH 7.5. Blasfeeyforan 7.5, AV.u Manistor-7.3..Valcomen 7.3,Par Hue 7ip; Vjou-oDont 7 0 -!J« rbiiu/K 01'' Uand isome- Ii(u,;.i-( fi.10.' JVM bin- t- to A Vvkrt, l-uly fi to I Barrenfenrry, G .lo 'I War Minister 7 In 1 Indian King or Si-otcli lii^lib. 10 to 1 Handsome 'Lassie. ' . When tin' (i«M settled dowJ) Indian Ivinp; lield the lesid from linm-)i;-,firiy; fllas^eyfofrn. tiuil , I'lcrropiml. ...

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BOOLAROO RACES. Timber Wins Flying. Old Dad the Chief Event. NEWCASTLE. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

BOOLA'ROO RACES. Timber Wins Flying. ' v , , Old pad tiie Chief Event. . NEWOASTLiB. Sunday. fc'in- Pf(i(v)iiroi- ractes tho weather wiu- 'fill© arid.' 'the ' jittehdaiioe .aood. ; Kwults': , WilOi/L'Kl}. .MILiO. I Valient King, 8.6 (Owlmnif) 1 lifter Twelve, 7.5 (Orrell) 2 !MeB.:i7:.3(€51ark'o) , ,3 Other- starters: .Pbtstick 7.0, So Shy 7.0.'-'.. '? - : ?' ';'-:- ' - - ?-??-- : '?- .??1;'.:;- ' ': Bettin-; 6 to 4 Afl«r Twelve, 2 to 1 Valient Kijig 4 to 1 Melt, 8 to 1 Pot stok, ISMISp Shy., Won by threequarters of ,i Im^th two length'. betiW(-en second and third. TJme. 1.44. , K1YINU TIAATi)K?AP, (, turs. TiuilKT, (i.7 '(Alahorw'v) 1 Eosedell, 9.5 (llanw) !1 Oflil KJun, H 10 (Ji\,m ) J , Other (starters:' 'Trtgon S.JO, Mersina 8.10 J''lyin-j; Neither H.0, Dickman 7.o, Lou I begation -J.7#i ?Ji^ttiiio,: o k- 4' iKu&oib'H, Odd Gun; anil 'J'ugoni, 7 i-- t MdMifn 10 hf J Tini'jK-r, ao' Ui I others. Won ,'liyi a nepk, four, lengths bebweaii secoild and 'Ibird. Tiun't L.14i. NOVr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

. ? , .. BUSINESS NOTICES. ' PmS6 Glad I Wrote ~~ For ? i ? ? ? ???»j j ? ». The Scrdll Salmon* ffiee Cook Book I thought I knew how to serve '-i'*»««^_ v ' \ i Salmon, but after trying If^^^i'yi 'Scroll' Brand I ?^^1 SOCKEYE H §m /WDvG sS SALMON I Iw fc i f served A La Scroll Free Cook Book, I' ?& /;-^j»jfaffjB'i^^ Sj ?.'-.'i , realised ;\the ??wonderful '.possibilities 'of ' , H '-'* *'''TEEl ' ?'?SB - - Scroll S.1I111011 hi n» -tU yen 'ouna KM Sn?,^ ? r^fsJgsjSS , ' ? vim food.' ' ' M- 'j^CKYe: Sjl&M-rtJ' ' ' 1- i Send for your FREE Copy lo-dsiy. The Iff H3-7~~r'- ?? ??— ^J''*** Book contains 36/ pages of .vDalnty . HB * ' '.;, ^rr— —?? -'p- --? ;?. Recipes — all or them economical. Hj fVipv ^ ' - -^/i Scroll Brand Sockeye . Salmon are Hi, r V-VjQK ftorJT^ i,.nKht in Ihcii )-inn- in th« Icy Cold HE ?Ufc,_.. . UVRJIT, v ; A\.\-Mj\\ Waicrs — iMCkucl riml cookiM) ttg| ''I* IQ Eft-r .*.„?? ~v immediately to retain their aullrhtful WU ? V-*'WEO Stitip,,^ fresh fUv.ir. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

.'BUSINESS NOTICES. Healed by Cuticura i Trial Free f became larger anil itchy and I codld not aleqv, Tlir pimples came to a head and'r ?»cmci«di They stiiitud- to ? ' .spr-fiJ all over my Uce and. pamed'very much 'I »aw an ailif ilisement . ?orCuncura Soap arid Oml nient to s jllc,| them-and hplcur idp month w.is out ?ywi skin: ^ quite clear.' (Sigurd) , bold tliion^'liout the- world MAKE YOJu'r OWN COUGH' ' MIXTURE. vA pint- of. the finest quality remedy for coughs, colds anrl thi oat troubles —equal to IHs.rWorth of ordinar-yi mix- tures— may be made in a few minutes by adding- 2s* worth «I',HEAN'S ES SENCE to water .: and swefetening. ,.Siri Rider Haggardl.the.Jarnpus.iipye list, who rpcen-Hy' visited' Australia! , wrote, on Ihe eve of his departure : ?. ?!. ' You will be interested;to.ktiow.;that I am taKingf' ;v su()ply.'of HEAN'S' ES-' ^ENCE away With me. Upon my re turn to England' r shall foe pleased \o ??,', .bHng-jts' merits, under the notice' of my friend'.!' HEAN'S ESSE...

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HEAVY FIGHTING IN WEST. Enemy Raids Repelled. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

HEAVY FIGHTING IN WEST. Enemy Raids Repelled. ? ' .LONDON, Saturday. ? ? ?... .,%?:?.. — ? ? -; . . ;? ..- . ?.-.-. ??.-'. ..-?'?? . ?..-. \ EVondil connnuniquo says': Tliereis eonsiderabl© reciprocal .utillvi- actiyitj o»i Iho Woevre front.* Genera! Haifi rcpoi-t«: Ail «neiuj. raiding- party entered the -lines . south ward of Lps's. Tliei'o was heavy tisht out, leaving a .number, of dead. Some British arc missing. We. successfully tr»xplwltvl ;i nm-i ltortlvward of GivencUy and ,';bqoabard«a. trcnclies opposite Lesboeufe andGuezue coua-t trestm-ai'd of Gonjcttjurt ' in the uMgliborliood of Hill 60.

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CAPTAIN BLAIKIE WELL. LONDON Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

CAPTAIN BLAIKIE WELL. LON'DOX-. Satiirffev. '?-?' Captain James Blaikie from. Jlayenco. in. -i. letter t-o his .wife. says, he is quite ' Such of 'the cable news on this uaoe. so headed has appeared In 'The Times,' 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.

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BRITAIN HAS TOO MANY SHELLS. Supplies for U.S. Navy. VANCOUVER. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

BRITAIN HAS TOO MANY SHELLS. Supplies for U.S. Navy. - VAYOOnYKR Friday. Considerable surprise ]i»» tallowed, the statement made in Washington by Mr. Daniels (Secretary for the 1F.S. Navy) that England has contracted to furnish larse consignments of shells for the United State:; Navy. - ? ' Mr. Danipls announced that Hie Uri tihli munition resources were f»r above requirements for war purjioses. There is .consternation -..amongst the niiitcd States munition-makers; A tum ble in war stocks i:; feared. ' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

All that a Lady needs for Holiday Wear ; Gloves, Hosiery, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, Neck wear, Haberdashery. ' It's the little things that count in a lady's attire — there i\ve so many needs— especially at Holiday , time. . , But the Palace of Trade lias provided some excellent values -which, will make glad the hearts of shoppers. - . ' ' ' . . Sueli lovely goods and such' little prices will make- your shopping pleasing1. ' You'd better come along and make and early .selection, while the. var iety is complete. ' ' '. , . It needs no 'push' on our part to enabel you to. realise that these are real money saving oilers. ( I _ _ . Every lady needs these attractive goods for \tlie completion of her summer toilet. - ' Su«.U an opportunity should not be missed— it is a splendid chance to secure goods for your holiday wear at saving- prices. ? x CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, 284, 286, 288, 290 PEEL STREET,, TAMWORTH. 1IANDY Tamworth.— ISO Steers, lS mon-,. Uis to 3 years, average...

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BIG WAR CONFERENCE AT ROME. Lloyd George's Surprise. LONDON. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

BIG WAR' CONFERENCE AT ROME. Lloyd George's Surprise. .LONDON. Saturday. Lloyd George's arrival at Rome was a bip surprise; ? The French party includes M. Briand. sr. Lyouter and 31. Thomas, while Ge.i eralPaiitzina represents Russia. '-? The fact that Rome lias been selected for what- is likely to be jjie' biggest war conferenee has aroused great enthusi asm in* Rome where Liloyd : George is already popular. ??.-??' ;?.'?.?.?. v ?:??? ,???????,??'.??? Tt^is .regarded as the :inost tangible proof (o fli-! whole world of'tlio stbso lute accord i:»f the- Allies. : ~

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GERMANY SAVED BY SUBMARINES LONDON. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

GERMANY SAVED BY SUBMARINES LONDON. Friday Nisht. Keut-er s correspondent at : Anisterdaui states thajb Captain Persins- in the 1'Bor- liner Tagoblattv' reviewing the -naval results of the year, attributes the safety ot the Gennan, coasts, to. Germany's: siib ?inarmes. and^'belieyes that this 's^eapon ?will be aatiye in 1917,- thus hastening the process of wearing doirri tlio enemy more economically. . ; , ? .:? ? -' ..

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ROUMANIAN GRAIN CENTRE FALLS Braila in German Hands. But Corn Stocks Probably Destroyed. LONDON. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

ROUMANIAN GRAIN CENTRE FALLS Braila in German Haniis. But Corn Stocks Probably Destroyed. (British Admiralty Intercept.-:, ollect etj by tin; Wireless Press.) ' LOXDON.' SaMn-ilnv. A wireless German official states the German-Buleaxs: have captured Braila, and adds 'Dobrudja i:- now cleared of the enemy.' . ?-. . ? ??.??*?? -?.?.? ? -..^.:,.1 ?? ? ? ? ?????? /??? (Renter's Telegram.) _ - 1 ' LONDON. Riiturday. The capture t-f Braila is another empty .victory: The ' place is a great ' m tin depot in noriii.il times, Itnl the :tt-r«n h:t\ ii probably b'een idestroyed tis the German communique tiocs- not men tion' booty, which it always does' with the .;liKli+eK(. reason, especially nowa djivii when the German people are hun grily awaiting the promised corn, . , -v (Renter's JTelegram.) LONDON, .Siiutrdav. ' A Russian official says: ^\'c bayonet ted many Austrians vintl took prisoner the remainder, of a reconnoitring - party northward of Zelotvin., We repulsed j five strong enemy uitji...

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FERDINAND PUSHES HIMSELF IN. LONDON. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

FERDINAND PUSHES HIMSELF IN. LONiDON.' Prid-av Ni-rht. Tlio vuiiinrited attohdance of Ferdin '?» ? i of ^''garia ???? at thb Coronation at liudapesfc has caused much .surprise and trouble, in view of questions of prece dence, Ferdinand iiY3istius on standing near the Royal couple. The population received liim with icy politeness, .o ?bpdy except the Bulgaa-ian Jlinister at \ leuna , and . -two minor Court officials siiw him off. . . ?

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GENERAL WAR CABLES. GREECE WILL GO TO WAR. Against the Entente. Constantine At Lest Shows His Hand. Allies' Note Rejected. LONDON. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

GENERAL WAR CABLES. ,.?....?. — ? ? ^p ? ? ?? - .'?'.-'?? ? GREECE WILL GO TO WAR. Against the Entente. . Constantino At Lost Shows His Hand. , ? s \ Allies' Note Rpjedted. ( Kcuter'y. Te!e.a ram.s. ) l.O.VDOX. Friday Xisrht. r:ie cpiiierence or . former ; Premiers consulted by the King: has unanimously decided that; the -Entente's Note cannot; lie accosted, .-. as acceptance would be equivalent to an. admission that Greece contemplated attacking General Sarrail's rear. .The: ^Government ???-.? and '--? Constantine have; therefore, .decided to - reject cer tsiin clauses- and 'suhniil to the consequ ences. ? ? -': '?' '? . ? '.??? ?? .'-.?..??.?? ?? ? : '.?' -''??'' ? .'?'? Germaii )-«pers say that Constantine is - still exp&ctirig- aid. from, Germany, be sides a sreat offensive at Salonlca, and hopes thaJ- ?ierraan submarines will hresilf Uic -bU-ckade. .' ' LONDON. S.'iturday. ' Vccording to ihe t.ir«-',L information from Athens tliere ia littl'e ' room to doubt that Consta...

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