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GENERAL WAR CABLES. ALLIES' SUPERIORITY. Can Advance in West Any Time. Australian Artillery Deadly. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
GENERAL WAR CABLES. ' ?.'.:. ? ?.? ^ ? i. .-. -. ..??.?.??..'? . ALLIES' SUPERIORITY. Can Advance in West Any Time; ' Australian Artillery Deadly. (Renter's Telegram,) LONDON Tlmrsd-ay. . Vu-'»,«» Jjegise, wno ,, nas been invalid ed .from the West Front,1 says 'that when he H-a wo wnro i\ibl-- to oblitorjito the German linns and advance til any time, but (ho iilfi-uHlliuH of brJrigln'g up guns arid provisions render' if Tir.i-- r 'wnrth while. . - ', ? .? The Germans are 'surrendering freely to the Australians, but mostly- only when faced with death.. . v Every Australian longs; to return home; hut ia dotcnmiiu il 10 Kflclf to the end. The Australian nrtllli ry is re markably accurate. The Australians' think that Germany blundered in making peace uroposula ] wllich revealed her fear of the next] offensive. - |
VISIONS OF WEALTH [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
. VISIONS OF WEAIjTH' '. ' ' 1 visit us all, al times, but are not likely to come true without the good health which will enablo us to grasp tho wealth that continual striving brings. Nothing Is so sure to pull down the vitality as the constant Colds, Coughs, and Catar rh, which afflict1 so many people, and nouiing will so aurolv. prevent thoso weakening dlseasos as Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery^ for Coughs and Colds, that re markably curative medicine for all dis orders of tho Nose, Throat, and Lungs. This new scientific specific Is unsur passed, it will quickly relieve the most obstinate Coughs, the worst casos of I-Icarseness, Sore Throat, or Catarrhal discharge from the eyes or nose it is Ruarantec.d. Try it. Price, 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at G, S. Dalton,*
Next Seasons Wheat. Farmers Guaranteed 3/ at Railway Station. Advance for New Season on Monday. Wheat Shipped by Pool Value £15,908,000. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
Next Season's Wheat. Farmers Guaranteed 3/ at Railway Station. ; 2/6 Advance fer.Ncw Season on Monday. Wheat Shipped hy Pool Value I £15,90,8,000. ??. ? SYDNKY, Friday Mr, ,Aslif-v4 says bh-- Premiers' Con ference .arranged .'that- tlio' Common-: wealth .should advaiice the money ,- in orV dpr tha t they »;mifth fc gu arantee ' farmers; 3/ a bushel, rot railwa-y stations for their ivK-wt noix-f .-sonson,. ?.,?'??? Mr. Hughes says aprangernijents .ha'ye: )0Bn Tna.de for the adyivrioe on; Monday or nsi ir a iWTirn _ n. oiisnei on tne . new nason's wheat. ? ? , The quantity of wheat- Bhipp'cifcjliy tlie: Vustrnlinn Wheat Pool to tha 8th inst., V'lw 15.420,000 bags,; wlxile the sales in Australia: aniountect to/12,071,'000 bivpcs. llie iotal cash receipts were filS^OS^OOO.
MILITARY WEDDING. Grayston-Roser. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
MILITARY WEDDING. Grayston-Roscr. ^ A very pretty but quiet military wed cJJ*iy-f was celobraLod recently at St. Mark's Church Islington, Ncwcaslle^-by the Rector, Rev. W. F. James, whqn Miss Ettie A. .Roser, daughter vof the late Co-plain Richard JRoser (late assistant berthing master at Carrington) and iui-s. mrnara Jtcsei , oi vuamDi^, loung Street, Carrington, was married to Lieut. William A. Grays ton (kite. 2nd BattaJion A.I.F. , only son- of Mr, and Mrs'. W. E. Graystou, of Tamworth. The bride, who was oscorted lo. tho altar by her brother Mr. Richard Roser (AVeston), who subsequently gave her awxay, wa3 at tired in a becoming, white lingerie frock With a- white crepe-do-chene hat, trim med-witli an ostrich feather1. Slie car ried a shower bouqitct of white arum lillics * tied with purple, and green streamers', the colors of the bridegroom's battalion, which with' a diamond cluster ring, were the girts of the bridegroom. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Ruby -Rosor....
WEDDING. Stace-Fisher. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
- WEDDING. Stace-Fishcr. On AVednesday, January 10, a large Ol'unibei- of relatives assembled m.t St. -John's Churuh, Tamworlh, for tho nlar riago of Blr. Henry Staoe, of Moonbi, with llisg Adeline May Fisher, -oldest daughter of Mr, }Y. Fislier of Pialla .|moro. -T-ho ibrido who Was civen away by hen father, were a pretty gown of whito pailelte silk, made, in pinafore stylo over shadow lace blouse veiled with ninon and finished with pearls and or ange 'blossom, truc-lovcis' knots and pipiirls ornamented tho train. A tulle veil and bridal wreath completed tho costi'mo, tho bridal bouquet and \ aqua marine pendant and chain iboing tho gifts of the bridegroom. Two .bridesmaids at tended tilie ibridc, her .,sis-tei-s tlio Misses A lab ol and Mosdal-cno Fishei'. 'Iliov wore bocomingi drospcs of soft' white sillc i^ith hats lo match. Tlie bridegroom presented thorn with bouquets' a I L-orothy( Perkins' roses and gold Nellie Stewart bangles. The bridegroom's best man was JMr. AY. ,1 .- Fi...
GLEN INNES WEDDINGS. Logue-Risby. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
GLEN INNE^S WEDDINGS. Loguc-Risby. On Wednesday afternoon St. Patrick's Church was the scene of a pretty wed ding, Hip contracting parties being Suso mah, eldest danghter of Mr. and Mrs. A. 1-1. Risby, of Victoria Farm, Glen Innes, and William John, 'second son or Mr. and Mrs. A.- J. Loguc, e.f Clairville, ^lUJJl Alintra. nlgUL XVOV. JUUUS1£I1O1 Tobin was the celebrant. The 'bri'de who was given away toy her father, look ed most becoming in a dress of taffeta silk, trimmed with guipure lace vest, and daintily finished with pa.le pink ninon rones and French knots She also wore the customary wreatll and veil and caiv ried u- shower bouquet of roses, carna tions, sweet peas and asparagus fern, and wore' a gold bangle, the gift of the bridegroom. The bride's gift to the bridegroom was an ivory bound prayer book. Tho bridesmaids were Miss Vio let Risby and Miss Annie. Logue. They euch wore dresEes of white cre.pede chene, trimmed with all-oved lace and neatly finished .with pink ribbon,'...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
I IN MEMORIAM. v OA'RLINGTON.-nln foving memory of our/dear mother,' Emma Darlington, who died January 13th, 1916. Gone but not 'forgotten. ' Inserted ibjT her sons, j. H and H Darlington.. ? ____! ? IN MEMORIAM. DARLINGTON.— In remenibranc of om1 loying mother, Emma Darlington, who I departed thia life,1 13th January, 1916. ! We saw he'r suffering- day toy day, j It caused us bitter grief, To see her slowly pine away, And could not give relief. * Not ~dead to us, we loved h^r dear, Not lost, but' gone before; She lives with us in memory still, I And will for evermore. \ ' I Inserted by her laving son and daugh [ ter, -Mrs. E Miller and Mr. J. Darling I ton, of Barraba. ' .' .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
Auction and ' Casual Advertisements Continued from Page 7. -n '* 'n' * * ? , ' * ' AUCTION SALES. CflfofifoUBULV STOCK SALES/' SATURDAY^ JANUARY 13, I9J7, ' Commencing at 2 o'clock. ]i DENNIS and JJE-NNIS^will hold their ' next Stock gale as 'above', when1 they will ward 150 ($EAD £AT -AND STORE CATTLE, Cbmprising Cows arid Cows and Cal ves, Heifers and Steers; also 6 HEAD, LIGHT SADDLE and * HARNESS HORSES. t! Further, ,entries ; invited. , Trucks will a be, on fi&d' to' load sttfck'puf chased' at' n this Sale. , - J; . DENNIS &. DENNIS,,,,, si , ^Jttt , ? _ ' Auctioneer's/' . d 'ffi ' ; '?' / ' Cilrratiubula. 0 1 ' . ' ' . .-? ? '? ? ; — T-rrzzrr. ? f* HORSES. . HORSES. c _______ . o ?- 200 ? HEAD ? 200 jq , M61li_KV ^NEXt'. JANUARY?I6* ' TAMWORTk' YARDS'. ? ' ,A.' Lr STEWART & O/., Tamworth,. w?H - sell - as -above,, and will yard 200 hfead of first-class Horses. .Intending Sellers please advise j /?? A.; L.-: SIEWAB/T '& JCO:.,, i (Late ' Inglis a...
THE WAR LOAN AND RECRUITING COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
| ™E WAR LOM AND.RltCRUltltfG I COMfoYtTEES'. Acting on tlie request of tlie Com monwealth' Treasurer, suppiehierilod- by circulars from' the organising' secretar ies pr the recruiting' movement in each trtate, the local recruiting committees throughout thd country are now, in' ad dition, devoting their energies' to' socur ng subscribers to tho War T_rian. Tli'nv' have been supplied with copies of the prospectus, and application forms, and the opportunity is being, taken by the recruiting officers', or other authorised person on' behalf of the committee, to intorvlew likely subscribers to the1 Loan, and forward information that may be required. It is recognised that the success of Hie War Loan is just', as important as the keeping up the strength of the Aus tralian Forces In the Field, and It is ex pected that as a result of the efforts of the local recruiting1 committees the num ber of individual applications to tho War Loan will show a considerable increase over previous loans. As...
IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS. *, .Every motdior who values the health aud- cleanltaess of her cMld should use Nitoline. Onw application kills Nits and Vermin. Beautifies1 and strengthens the hair. Used extensively and supcessfully for 20. years. Sold by chemists In large, tins i/, or posted In plain wrapper 1/2, from The Nitoline Proprietary Co., 14 baltey-street, Sydney.*
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
THE' TURF.. ' Monday wilKbe the' last .day for re-, * ceiving nominations for the Glen Innes J.C. Anniversary 'meeting'. ? ?Entries for the /Eamwoi'th meeting on 'the 23rd and 24tli inst. close on Tuesday a day later 'tnan tnose oi Gleii1 Alii'es'. Th'e'' success 6il Taimtf orth meetings has now ioecbjrie so regular a thing' that iKerd' is eVery' reason. 1?o sup pose' 'tliat* , the coming .'meeting will be andffier, link? in' a long chain of suc cesses'. . Owners1' and the public should make a- note. of tile, date's — entries on Tuesday, meeting- the following Tues day and Wednesday. ., A Sydney sporting- -writer, referring to ith'e number of 'forged' notes circulat ed ion1 racecourses lately, says- that wheh-orie considers, the quality of some of the1 Horses 'now-racing, it is easy to understand' that 'some-' people prefer to back 'the'ih wiUn-iDad- money. ?Ro'sedelb again let her ba'ckers down badly at' Booiardo/ on Saturday. The mare looked well,, and was backed down to 1 td I1. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
Balbriggan Wear t^ For thin men, ordinary men, stout men No firm cnri offer you such a splendid assortment, of Balbriggan Shirts and Pants ns we show to-day. Such --a variety thnt we can fit any figure and, satisfy the most critical num. , , Best of all the quality is first clnss and up to^ our usual standard, and what's . 'Of- equal importance, you'll pay ?le'is if - you buy at the Palace 'of Tradel' MIEN'S NATURAL pALBRJGGAN SHIRTS AND PANTS. ALSO NAT URAL WOOL IN SUMMER WEIGHTS, UNSHRINKABLE, IN ALL SIZES. s' ?Men's Natural, Balbriggan Undershirts, Half Sleeves, iSlender -Men's, 2/6; Men's, 2/11; Ov& Men's, 36. * ? Men's Nntural'Ba.lbriggan Underpants, 3/6; O.8. Men's, 3/11. ? Men's Natural Merinos-Undershirts, Half Sleeves, 3/11, 4/6, 4/11, 5/6. ' Men's Natural Wool Undershirts, Half Sleeves, 5/11, 6/6, 6/11, 7/\\, 8/6. Men's Natural Wool1 Underpants, -6/6, 6/11, 7/6; 8/6, 8/11, 9/6, 11/6, 12/6. ? ? - ? ? - CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, 284, 286, 288, 290 PEEL STR...
SPORTING NOTES. (By "Wakeful.") FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
SPORTING NOTES. ' « i'' (By, 'Wakeful.')- , f. \: MXTOBES. _jr*/T , JANUARY. *? 17— Quirindi Trotting. . ; ? 23, 24— Tamiworth. .: ' _. i. 26— Moor -Creek. ? „, „ ?,!). «o -, 26=--CH'eni Lines1. J ^ 26. 27— A.L.H. Q'uirindi. '? FJEBEUAEY. . l_\Vems Creek Amateurs. . , 2, 3— Waloha. , i#. „ :,; „ 3 — \Vanwiek Farm. , , ^ », .. 8-^TJralla1. ' ' ,. 10 — Canterbury Park. i ., 14, 15, 16 — Armidale. ... ' ' . 17 — Bosenill. ' (, - v.. 21, 22— Quirindi., , ? ' '.' 24— Mooefueld. ' X : ,;.'?' i
Greece Still Evasive. BUT MAKES ALL CONCESSIONS. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
Greece Still Evasive. . BUT MAKES ALL CONCESSIONS. (Published in 'The Times.') ., ^ , T^ONJLtON, Vriday. -.i(.p-'e'« lojily is not entuely aaU1 inetory. Ti, o-|u'ivoi\iteH on uiinoi is sues . ..*?*-, . ? General Sarrail h:is tull liberty to do cidp. .'jjt, Ms riot likely tu tolwatB any -uuiv'oc»tion oJ evasions. ..V :? ?/?*: ???-.-:?;;.; :' :;...- .,-.. ? — ?-...-, ' .'.'.^f ?-'' : .; ?, .? \'- (Renter's 'Teleg-ram.) . , ATHJ3NS, Friday.' j- The Greek . rwjily to tlie nlUmatmn makes all concessions accompanied .by conditions .Including, 'Hip raising of -the blooka.de. ? „. ' - ?' . ?
Belgian Deportees SENT HOME IN FRIGHTFUL CONDITION. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
Belgian Deportees. 'sent home in f'rjghtful con dition. (Pub!ished:?n 'The Timps.') , -, . ' LONDON,' Friday .'V ,A Knlgiun ' deportees -. contingent sre-i turned K6m,e ?from , Germany. in- a shook Ing .condition. They wm-- thin, emaciated, consump five, and scrofulous: They had lived on a 'diet ;of bran ft'oup, ' .turnips,.' carrots, shrimps und mouldy black ' bread and WJ|(I There won uiiini rous deaths fond caw? of ii)*5!inity. ' f ?
No More Waste of tonnage. ALLIED CO-ORDINATION. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
No Mqre Waste of tonnage. ALLIED COORDINATION. (Router's Telegram.)' ' !' - T,bNDOtST Friday. a imw regulation; under the Defence ; of'Um Realm-Act relates lo chartering to arid from British] porl«. / Witli a viuw td closer co-ordinatibii aijipng the Ailies, in the empioyment of tcinnage : sirnliaf * reguiations are --being adopted In Kranon and Italy. .Permission kOI' Mm national, authority in -Hch -'ountry ia lioncpforlh n(*oPBsary ' liefotii fiu-clKii tonnage can De charter-'