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AUSTRALIA'S CONSCRIPTION VOTE. Its True Meaning. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

AUSTRALIA'S .CONSCRIPTION VOTE. Its True Meaning. IhSlnW,',11' hea*d Ot tUe AUStra' 1 an United Cable service in England i-. he nrost modem and. authentic expon ent of Australian opinioa in this coun ?ry. .says the London 'Daily ]uaNil ' which published .the following article a ew days after the referendum-— Peace intriguers and faint-hearts will try to make so much, of the heavv vote is«uust conscription in Australia that if is well to. choke their clamour at once Vn examination of the arguments used ?ind feelings rouseS in the conscription -ampaign shows' that; there is no peace party in Australia. Pacifists are less numerous than thev ire in this coumtry, where their influ ence is greater than their minute num bers warrant. It is really a' simple mat ter to. prove that not one in a thousand if those who voted ?'No'' on Saturday jyoujd agree to, the Anzacs laying down -«.'h a^'^ WUh0Ut C01'Plete victory-a SaHa eVerywllere throughout xo oegin will,, the Irish vote accounts or a lar...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY RECRUITING CRIMINALS LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

GERMANY RECRUITING CRIMINALS Vltuuti'i-'s, Teleanmi.) I.0NU0X, Sunday. An .Vmsterdain cori-Cipondeut non» I'jrlin siiys tlio Gfiu'i-ninent h considor u-^ a M-heini' lor rc-jnuithig i;ii&dcime;ui- iiiitb who voluntarily aipply for udmis,; -ion to ilu- army. e.\cluding prolessioiinl and habitual criminals.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN FOOD DICTATORSHIP. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

GERMAN FOOD DICTATORSHIP. (Renter's Telegram.) LONDON', Sunday. Tlii' Cimnm l''ood Dictator is ehang in;i in the Xpw Year the cbntralibation bciicnie of distribution to one of exten li\ p UcL-i'iitrnlUation. The. ik-w order i. regarded .ih i-videiic-o of iho dictaloi-' failure -to cope with l.iot year1.-* situation.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ARROW THAT FLIETH (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER VI.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

THE ARROW THAT FLIETH BY 'y GUY THORNE, Author of 'Mantrap- Manor,' ''When it Was Dark,' 'Made in His Image,' 'First It Was Ordained,' -lA '? ' Lost Cause.' &c, &c ..(COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER VI.— Continued.. As soon as they were alone, Lady Leaf invited the young men to the con sei'vatory, where they could talk1 ''in safety, with no fear -ol' prying- eyes be yond Montezuma, the vividly-coloured [)arrot, -who dozed and dreamed away liis hours with visions -jf a longvan ished splendour. Indeed, the old lady's anxiety to have i. confidential talk .with the two young Men was just as keen as their -own. iler curiosity had been greatly excited .U the strange disappearance of the ' imoriciiii magnate and his daughter. Wie suddenness of the w'hoje affair, to ?ether with, the omission of leaving iards, had raised a certain amount of ?cseiitinent. ' '. - . ? ''Indeed, young men,' she remarked is soon'iis they were comfortably seat id on a divan in front, of a small mar )le founLai...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN COMMANDS CHANGED. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

AUSTRALIAK COMMANDS CHANGED. (l*liit-?d Service. LONDON .Monday. Oi-m-ral MiuCiy has arrived in Lon don ami is, win,:; to Australia oHJiijf.to lil-healtli. -lajor-Cenoral llcbbs is tem porarily tiikin-; ovir --oimniind. General Cox owing to ill-HiCrtlth is taking up a inrst in London. Genoral Holmes h«s takeii over ithe coiiimand and been pro moted.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

THE WEATHER. Sultry and unsettled; scattered rains : ? and thunderstorms; variable winds. | THE DAILY OBSERVER. T U KS1JAY. JANTAKY 2. UJ17.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"NEW YEAR WILL BRING THE END." LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

?NEW YEAR WILL BRING THE END.' (Reiitcr's Telegram.') LONDON. Sunday. S:r Gcorne/Koiil sends. l1'' following message to iihe AusU-;ilimi people:— 'llortrtl..-lt greetings anxl £?°oil wishet,. A. the strain tf war iiicreii.se-, the Uri iVn'riifOs'lio'.ooio more uml more resol ved. The Xcw Your v. ill living tlio end. ' Whu'i ,\'A i.» over our Ivnp'.ro « ill ring i hi- jojbolL-:.'

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARMERS' PROSPECTS FOR 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

FARMERS' PROSPECTS FOR 1917. Thu fanner- of New «' 'll1 ^llli~ and for thai matter, of the whole ol Australia, cannot well be blamed il' they cuter upon the present yeur in » pessi mistic frame ol1 mind. The ruin ?-»' ..' ? ,l»111.;.«,i,i t,, i»i» :- ---lnnous har vest wus a, bitter disappointment, whi.-h i- made more cruel l-.v the rellcction thai a little of the rain which de-t roved the wheat ou thi». occasion would_ have saved the crops which died in the drought two years earlier. L'ho fann ers' dis.gu.st, under the eiieumslniH-o-. i- easily understood, and i.- shared by the geueial public, who-i: pro-perity entirely depend- upon Unit --!' the pro ducer. Still, the diiikent cloud ha- its silver lining-, and though there in no Mich thing' as a certainty in wheat-growing. there is good reason to hope that bel ter, timer, are dawning for the fanner. We have now had two years of plenti ful rainfall, and -past experience shows llnat it in reasonable to look for a, run of wet or moder...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRENCH BATTLESHIP SUNK. Submarine in the Mediterranean. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

FRENCH BATTLESHIP SUNK. Submarine in the Mediterranean. (Renter's Telegram). LONDON, Sunday. A varls 'correspondent says: A naval communique reports that 'a French bat tleship was torepdoed by a submarine 'n the .Medeterranean on the 27th De i/ember, and sank in lialf-an-hour. Owin'i to the discipline and coolness of all aboard and the rapid arrival of natrol boats only tew of the crew were lost, including .two lulled by Uie explo sion.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

PERSONAL. Mr. YV. n. Alexander, who .has been appointed to act as maneger of the Tarn. Worth brunch of tlio Commonwealth Bank .during1, the absence In London of Mr. J. IS. ?Kewman, has arrived and j taken up duties. He lifvs been with the j Commonwealth Bank since its inception i and was previously jn the bank of New I South Wales, ffe.com.es from New- 1 ?'?'.:? castle where lie has been for 2K- years. '''?'' wi'tli the Commonwealth Bank. |

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUNGARIAN CORONATION. Ancient Ceremony at Budapest. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

HUNGARIAN CORONATION. Ancient Ceremony at Budapest. (Router's Telegrainl. LONDON', Sundav. The coronation of the King and Queen of Hungary was accomplished at Buda pest with ancient pomp and solemnities. An Amsterdam correspondent says 'heir 'Majesties were received at1' the Cathedral by the cardinal, primate and clergy and conducted to . the chapel where the Kins: was robed in a mantle and girdle, and he proceeded to the High Altar, where lie was enthroned amidst the barons of the Empire.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE TELEGRAMS. DESTITUTE RETURNED SOLDIERS. Mr. Hughes Asks for Particulars. Will Provide Remedy. Commonwealth Will Look After Men. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. pESTITUTE RETURNED SOLDIERS. Mr. Hughes Asks for Particulars. \ Will Provide Remedy. Commonwealth Will Look After Men. 1 ? SYDNEY. Monday. !\f\r. Hughes, interviewed regarding the published statement that, liundreds of t. eturned soldiers were walking Syd licy . streets destitute and hopelessly snelcins;. work, siiid lie did not know of any r-:ase of destitution, hardship of in justit'e from which any returned soldier miprlif-. be suffering. ? II. L'-iti lullin; Him t.Jl cuillBt.«ui;us w ui u placed before 'him he would take imme diate i steps to remedy such, a case. He s -.tided that it was obvious the res ponslui Hty for the welfare and comfort of the : men who had fought for their country- rested upon the community as a whole. The Commonwealth Govern ment 4 -as» the .instrumentality through which fthe responsibility of the commun ity lnufe t be discharged. Clearly it was ii duty whiv'b could not be left to spor 'io or', even systematised voluntary elfort. - At UhV...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE RACES. Aneurism Wins Chief Event. NEWCASTLE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

, NEWCASTLE RACES. Aneurism Wins Chief Event. TflRi l*A^i'?' 'MTr-f^?nT ? ' i ? - i^TiT 1L ? ' , J NEfWOAfellLiB,- Monday. Tho Newcastle races were held in fine weather to a large attendance. Re sults: — OPENING HANDICAP, 6 furs. Grey Sleeves. 8.7 C®vans)' ....'.. 1 Lonou, 7.0 (Orreill) ? 2 Trigpn, 8.11, all/ 31b. (Honrigan) .... 3 Other starters: General Bridges, Mer sina, Spillway, Prudent Spite. , Betting: ' 2 to' 1 Grey Sleeves, H-ol . Triigon, i to .1 General Bridges, 6 to 1 fjonou, 8 to- 1 Mei'sina, 12 to 1 Spillway, 25 to 1 PViuIent Spite. Won by two longttis, «. head between second and third. Time. 1.T4J. A^Tiir/rEiR BiA/NDlOAP. Saona, 8.2 (Qmgley) ? % . . 1 'Te Whare, 9.8 (Foley) ? './..' 2 Iiiniatr©* S.-o (DWiei) ? 3 Otiior starters: Dickman, Duke Ches ter. Iriwilliin, Parallone, - Jingo Joss, Sa'dale'na. Botting: 5 to 4. Saona, 9 to. 2 Faral lone, '6 to 1' Triiwillliin, 8 to 1 Linistro, 10 to. 1 Dickinan, TewJiaro and Diike Ches ter. 20' to 1 others. Won by a length and a...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

MITCHELL'S Special Vinegar, Mlt-' pholl r Special Sauce and Blue Ribbon Coffee E?spn'n nrnpqunl tonnv impor ted, and cbrippr *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

IMPORTANT TO MOTIIISRS. Rvory ''moUior who values the health1, and cloanllness of her clulld should use Nitolino. One application UMls Nits and Vermin. Beautifies and strengthens tho hair. Used extensively ami successfully for 20 years. Sold by chemists in large tins 1/, or posted in plain wrapper 1/2, from Tho Nitolino Proprietary Co., 11 Dalley-slroet, Sydney.* irflTCHEUVS Special 'vinegar, Mit chell's Special Sauce and -Hive Ribtoon Corfee Essence aro equal to any Impor ted, and cheaper.* JgASUAL COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS accompanied- by casih for this column are insertsd at ..the rate of 18. words for '1/. and 6d for (iach additional !) words, or (art tliereof. An additional charge of Gel. is made for booking. ? wanted! ~' WANTED.— -A~Competpnt'Waitrois',~aT _ once. _ Mrs._.lan son, Railway Hotel. WANTED.— A~FaTm~Trarid~. AiiisFhavc experience with horses. Apply, J. II. _ Payne, Duri. WANTED.— Sulky Turnout or Village ?Cart Turnout, suitable for rabiMter. __Api)ly, 'J.D.' This Offic...

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REPRISALS WIN. French Way with Prisoners. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

REPRISALS WIN. French Way with Prisoners. A grim record oi' German, cruelty U- French prisoners is contained in t the official report, prepared by M1. Louis Ko naulb for the Fronoh Government, on the treatment of prisoners in. Kramie nn-I Germany, which will shortly be publish es. I under tho title of 'I*- Regime des Pi'innnniinra rln Oiinire.' Ih is of special value, as it .slhows how in instants alter ir&Lnnco reprisals by the, French Gov ernment Ecpui'cd a' mitigation of tho brutalities practised on tho ..French by the German, bully. German prisoners at tho outset were lavishly fed by tho Frencn, hut wjien de tailed roponts of tho masorablo conditions iii the Gorman prison camps arrived 'vho German Government was officially informed that, if in a fortnight it did not comply with tlio French demand' for 'better treatment, Franco would al to- her methods. As tho German Government did no thing, tho allowance of oncat to German prisoners was reduced from 12 ounces to 8} and t...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BENDEMEER RACES. Jolly Hero a Double. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

?'? — ? ? ? BENDEMEER RACES. Jolly Hera a Double. - The Bendenioer. J.C\ held' its annual Sw yr^r m «ne'. but ^ Th'n £;, &%e crowd wa» Present. was JKftnSMr ' bUt the racin« Results:— OPENING HANDICAP, 6 fur. 94. yards. ^??fnn-)-s ch m Powllght, 8.0 (M'CKjnnon) ? ?. V. Hojtqri's b g Jolly ' Hero,' ' 7.0 (iSCOtt) ? ; _ - „ A. Martin's b m Cocotte, '7.6' 'm \fh Granham) ... , Only starters. . ' ', ? ^ A Betting: 2 to 1 on Powlight, 3 to i Tolly Hero, 4 to 1 Cocotte. ? %. J^ltl^J^^^ ™y'. and won Time, 1.25%. ^ NOVICE HANDICAP, 6fur. 94 yards 4«We Mac, 9.0 (C. Osborne) . * Athordon, -7.7 (McKinnon) .. ' « Hnrsf, 9.7 (B. Osborne) ..' ' ' ' -- *Deatl beat. - ;'??-?? s Betting: Evens , Athordon, T to 1 Ar- ! chie^ Mac and Thirst 'I eVehs the run'off A^'ie Mac -won; at - Timie,, 1.27^. ? .' ' BEN'DEMEER J.G.. HANDICAP.,' 1 mile. L.- Helton's b g Jolly Herb, 8.0 -(Me-7 ? Kinixon)- ? j B: Page's 'to g Voladri, .8.12 (Blatcli) 2 &. Martin's ,b m Cocotte, 8.6 (Jic ? Gnanham) ? ,...

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V.R.C. RACES. Aleconner Wins Standish Handicap. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

ViR.C. RACES.' ' ' Ale'cotiner Wins Stahdish Handicap. SYDNEY, Monday. Foll6wing-are the results of tho V.H C New Year meeting: — Hurdles: Sir 'Prim '1, , CoronoUis 2, .Caiibyo 3.- Botting:, 9 to 4 Wonder ??riiph. 9 to 2 Co'ronatius, 7 (to 1 Sir Prim pi\ Rivernook, 10 to 1 Caibye or Mun day, 12 -to 1 Lady Sunderlarid, 15 to ^0 to '3 otKei-s. 'Sir Prim went to the front at the dis tance and won by a length arid a half; with a similar' diiu'Stande separating sec 'ona ari'd ttHiird. Time, 3.37?,. Stttlitlish', 'Handicap: Aleconner 3, Higliiiold 2, Lud'ovitch 3. Betting: 4 to I' Aleconner, 6 Id' 'I Ludovitch and Rael Locin, 8 to 1 EtteVfred, 12 tV 1 High field. Aleconner led all the way, win niiigi by a Tnebk, with threequarters of n len^tli between second and third: Time, 1.13J. Steepleifcase : Flash Bob 1. Lanadnun 2, Euda 3. Betting: 4 to 1 Kuda, 9 to 2 Canadium, 6 to 3 Londonderry, ' 7 to 1 Mooiibarra, Artillery Bill' and Vcn 'Jir r'o'r, 8'lo 3 Flash' 'Bab, 10 to 1 Pinion, 15 to 1' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

PUBLIC NOTICES. PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. \VK have this day admitted .Mr. Edwin Duncan Stewart, of Taniworth, Solici tor, as a partner in our firm, -which will j continue to carry 'oh business unclor ' the same lirm name and at the same addresses as heretofore. Uater this 1st. da'y of January; 19.17. I CREAGH & CREAGH, I Solicitors, j J'eel-st. Tamworth, and 17 Bridge-st., I Sydney. I PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT. ? ' i I BKG to advise the Pubiic of Tam worth that 1 Have tins' day severed my connection with the Firm, lately carried ou under the name. and' style ofihglis and Stewart, Auctioneers, and Stock and j Station Agents, and 1 now wish to sin- j eerely thank all those who have so very generously , and liberally favoured the Firm with their patronage. 'Che partner ship has been mutually dissolved. My ! hile partner, Mr. A. L. Stewart, will con- 1 Unue to carry .on the business, and 1 would respectfully ask all our old clients to still support him with a 'continuation of their favours,...

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GENERAL WAR CABLES. SERBIAN PRISONERS. Badly Treated in Austria and Germany. Overworked and Half Fed. Many Forced to Fight Against the Russians. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917

GENERAL WAR CABLES. SERBIAN PRISONERS. Badly Treated in Austria ami Germany: Overworked and Half Fed. Many Forced to Fight Against the Russians. (Router's Telegram). LONDON. Sunday. Escaped Serbian prisoners Ironi Ger many and ? Austria .tell of the shameful treatment, meted out to thorn. They were not only put to the hardest tasks, but were insufficiently fed and clad. There is corroborative and 'trustwor thy evidence that the Austrians em ployed them as combatants against the Russians. Many , of these succeeded in surren dering and thus escaping.

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