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NARRABRI. NARRABRI, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

NASRABRI. . NAR'RABRI, Saturday. An inquest into the circumstances sur rounding' tlie death' of tlie lad Rey, who was drowned in t}ie creek last Sunday, was held yesterday, a verdict of acciden tal death being recorded. The first swimming carnival or tue year in connection with the Narrabri Swimming Club, was held yesterday, and proved mostsuccessfui\ A. Madden won the principal event. ' The winding-up1 meeting of the Wal laby, route march- was jheld last' night, arid it was' decided to bank tlie balance of £65 with the local' Savings Bank for the use of returned soldiers'. Mr. R. Cameron was appointed to represent Narrabri at the unveiling of a memorial to the Rev. Wilkinson, -at 'an eadly date. A child named' Davis, six months of age, died here 'yesterday from heat' apoplexy. . . ,.!__ __„

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY MEN FOR THE WAR. METHODISTS OBJECT TO MINISTER Urgent Appeal from Britain. SYDNEY, Sunday. Latter's Alleged Disloyal Utterances. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

RAILWAY MEN FOR THE WAR. Urgent Appeal from Britain. SYDNEY. Sundav. ' Senator Pearce announced that the Orvern.ment on an urgent appeal from , the British .''War Office for the despatch rf railway men to the war, has decided ' to raise four railway sections. A gratifying response has been maae' to this demand in New South Wales,' Victoria,' and West Austral'ia. 1 fnSTHODISTS OBJECT TO MINISTER iatter's Alleged Disloyal Utterances. SYDNEY Knnrinv. I The connexion^ committee pf the Methodist Church 'in Queenslaiidj-has ''peed on .record . its objection to the I intention in the Cabinet of Mr. Fihelly, Assistant Minister for Justice, after his refusal to apologise for or withdraw the alleged disloyal statements made byhim some months ago.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

' CATTLE SALE. Garvin and Coflsens,' Ltd., are holding 6) special cattle sale on Friday next, 19th inst, and will now yard 2000 head of cattle, full particulars of which can be seen in advertising columns. They ad vise that ,the yarding will be,' one d the best ever seen in Tamworth and the cat tie will be classed and sold in lots to suit all buyers.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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PLAGUE OF FROGS. Ground Appears to be Alive. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

PLAGUE OF FROGS. Ground Appears to he Alive'. ' ' '' SYDNEY./ Sundav. t Is reported from Melbourne that; hrndreds of thousands of green frogs, re ''nbliner a plague of grasshoppers ' on tljo move, have appeared in and .around thn town of TJosedale in Gippsland. The ground appears alive. Motor and ofier vehicular traffic crushed thou sands. Thev have, however, been the moans, of destroying such things as slugs, snails and mosquitoes.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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LOOK TO YOUR PLUMBING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

LOOK' TO' YOUR- PLUMBING. ' You know what happens in a house in which the plumbing is in poor condition' — everybody in the house is' liable to contract typhoid or some, other fever. The digestive organs perform the same function in the human body as the plum bing does for the house, and they should be kept in first-class condition all the time. If you have anytrouble with your digestion take Chamberlain's ? Tablets for the' stomach and live'r atid you aro certain to got quick relief. Sold by Qeo. Mallaby, chemist.*

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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QUEENSLAND FLOODS. Railway Service Interrupted. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

QUEENSLAND FLOODS. Railway Service. Interrupted. . ' ' ' ' ?' ? 'SYDNEY, Sundav. ? v teiepmm. ?-. from Townsvuie states thattpne.-Oilrd tofis,yie Inkerainan bridge oy4r. the Burd'ekTn' river, the , longest brldgei rn Queensland, was washed away by the- recent flood's. . ' ' 7n consequence of the damage to thP railway lines thorn will be, no train from Rc-klvanrnton to the west 'on Monday. The Mayoral relief fund for the Cler mont. sufferers now amounts to over £10,000.

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STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

STOCK MOVEMENTS. 20 bullocks, Ourlewi , to ' Tamworth. W. MtNntnara, owner; per rail. 7 bullocks, Curlewis to Narrabri. '\V. O. Ouelt;V-wnCir; per rail. 30 heifers' and stews, Curlewis to Cur-' rn'tmmiln. J. P. Domiis owner, per rail. ; 21 heifers. C .bulls, Quirindi to War rah. W. Alcooh, owner arid in charge. [-0 bullocks, Beetivc'tp Flemington. Est. J,. S. .Vickory, owners, per mil. ()00 withers, JVhiuvniTn to Barrabn. J. ;T. Costignin wner, C. Jones, in charge. 120 mixed sheep, Quipolly to Quirindi. W. Sehofield owner and in charge. 1000 lambs. Quirindi to'Gunnednh. P. O. Nieliolls owner; R. Datggtin nil charge. 20*2 mixed sheen% Breeza, to Flpmirtg Lon. F. .T. Lenora, owner, por rail. 666 laiiibs, Quirindi Ho Gunncdali1.. F. 3. Nicholls, awner'; 'W. Blake1 in Charge. 1000 ewes nnd lambs, Fairviov, Quir indi to Saleyards. R. Kirliwood mvner' inrl in charge. 780 lambs. Quipolly to Giunneda.h. F. O. Nicholls Oiwnw ; W. .Blake in charge. 120 .biillooke, Manilla to Ourlewis. B. .F. ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

Australian Oak Bedsteads. - ?Some exports 'say 'that Australian Oak is eqn.il' to anything in the world. Be that as it, mmy, we have unpacked a. feiw,ve»y fine' bedsteads, inade » from some very''ha.ri'dsoinely grained Austm'lian Oak. - ' ' ' v \ ' The Oa'k Bedstead has come, to 'stay. *? , ^ ; ' It is artistic. It is, durable. It is inexpensive — if you buy yours at the Palace .of Trade. , ..-? ? - . - , FULL~ SIZE, 6ft. 6in. x 4ft. 6in. , -' - ? : ? No. I, £3/3. - . ? ' ' No. 2, £3/5. ? , . ; -. . ' No. 3, £3/10. - ?'-.'. ' . ' No.- 4, £4/5. ? , ' '' STEP INSIDE WHEN YOU'RE NEAR US AND SEE THEM. YOU CAN BUY ONE WHEN YOU'RE READY! CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, 284, 286, 288, 290 PEEL STREET, TAMWORTH. . GBEENMOUINT, Q.— 153 Cows and Hei fers, 2, 3, i years, few older and younger, all in calf or with young ' calves at foot by first-class bulls, good quality, mostly Reds and Roans. Price £9 per head for pick of- '125. £7/10/ per head for balance. Calves s given in, delivered a...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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GLEN INNES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

6L.EN INNES., ,' (From our, Correspondent.) R'ev. P. A. Wesjt.brc.ok, who -has been confined 'to his bed' for over,a week, was i-ble to get out' for the first1 '-time on Thursday. - The action of the show committee 'In raising the price of admission to the showground! ,at next shew is meeting with adverse' criticism, and' the action is not likely to increase the attendance at the* show; 'Tlie poorer class, of- people, with families, wiirfeerit'most. Hitherto school children were admitted free, but now they wHl have, to pay 6d. Many o.t the show members are of opinion' that it is a dangerous experiment1. The hospital 'finances are ? getting down to a low ebb., The , current ac count is1 now down to £18/14/11; but there is still a'sum/at £300 at lixed da posit. E. A. Small conducted a, most suc cessful sale at the local yards- on Wed nesday, when over 1500' head were sold ut top prices. There was a. big attend ance of buyer's and bidding wa's spirited throughout. ? ' The takings at th...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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INTER-DISTRICT NEWS SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

INTER-DISTRICT -jews . ; SINGLETON. ? (From our'- Correspondent.) One of the most extraordinary vege Cable growths ever seen in this district has been raised by Mr. George Ernst, of Mltfcliell's F'at- It !s a sijuash,' arid is ? very appropriately named the' 'Mam- moth' Whale' variety, ffhe1 vegetable, vblch; is of beautiful color , and forma tion, turns the scale at 661bs and': its circumference is just on 5ft.' It was grown in a sandy loam' soil, near the river., which had been'1 under lucerne. All farmers who have seen-thisspecimen declare it to be' unequalled .'?? Mr. J. M. GateEL of Duriolly, has been informed ,by the Base' Records Office, Melbourne, that his'son,' Private Ray R. pates, 30-th Australian'Infantry, was ad mitted to Graylingwell War Hospital on December 5_ suffering; from' ,tren''/a fe'e't in a' mild form. Mr.' J. Campey, the local postmaster, left t°wn °n Wednesday on his 'annual leave, which will expire at the end of the month ,v During his absence the duties of...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

ARM I DALE. (Prom our Coweshnndoht.4 One or two men continue to come forward , daily' af th'e ' Armidale Recruit ing Depot. On Wednesday and Thurs day an Armidale man and a resident of wiyra respectively passed' the' doctor, i^ast week in all 23 nie'n enlisted from tne New England district.. Lieut. Whiitefcrd reports a very en thusiastic meeting 'at Glen Innes. The Mayor ' (Aid. Cramsie) presided over a jarge attendance. ' Speeches were .de livered by Lieutenants Whiteford and Morris, Dr. Mackenzie, Major White, and others. 'Though th'e ' speakers' re marks apparently found full favor' with the meeting, unfortunately no recruits Presented themselves. However, it is Wnw i, some move Practical' result will follow later' on. ho?ePortlnS on Ms district for Decem ber, the local Stock Inspe6tor say's: lastUres— abundance of feed generally, water supply abundaht; condition' or enrSr.^?'8 to fats;' T-s ?*'«-?. carrying mial^M :Aat6r,8Upp?y- aJflPle! d^ease, alnPB^ i ?d for. pleuro durln&...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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GUNNEDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

C.UNNEDAH. (Prom onr' OnriWsnnnflmit..^ Father Reeve, is now making good Progress, and every hope is entertained ior his sure and speedy recovery. A fine' reception' was tendered to Pte . Allan by the residents of Carroll. Pte.' Allan was the first Carroll boy to enlist and the- first to return. He has an in Jury to his left arm, but except for this' is well and' anxious to return to the front. The G'unnedah Band was in attend ance and led the parade of motor cars ?hat had come ?,fromi Guhnedah 'up ,the main street; and subsequently played' far the dance held1- at 'the Carroll Hall. Speeches of welcome .were made by Councillor. Weakeley, the Mayor, of Gun nedah, (Aid. G.1 R.1 lAcDoriagh)' , Aid. Wragge, and Mr. Lohgmuir, following which Private Allen1 replied and spoke most ^interestingly of his experiences' at the front. Following the speeches the dance was held and continued' until the small hours, concluding one of the best nights Carroll has had for many-years.

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SATURDAY'S RACING ROSEHILL RACES. Dame Acre Wins Flying Handicap La Penna the Chief Event. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

SATURDAY'S RACING ? 1^ ROSEHILL RACES. Dame Acre Wins Flying Handicap. , La Pertria the Chief Event, SYDNEY Riin^nv The weather was hot, and tlio attend indd good for the- Koseliill January neeting, yesyterday. Results. 4 HiUB0-IJ5 BiACE, 2 miles. F. Step hen's br a Fitzmack aged, a. 12 (Moon) . -. ? I . 1 iV. V. Laiwlor's ch g Old Mimgind'i 6 yrs., 9.0 (Slbore) ? 2 7. 6. Ueynon's b m Yellom'boc, aged, 10.7 (Baker) . . . . V . r. '. 3' Other starters: A.J.I. 10.4, Ennis ixina- 9.0, ~Bzura 9.O, Sir Lidoff 6.0. iSsttingj 5 to 4 Fitzmac, 3 to 1 Yel lomboo or^ A'.J.T., 7 to 1 Old Mungiridi;' 20 to 1 otihers. Old, Mungindi, Yellowboc, and Sir Li-' ion'' we're' close together at the' first hur dle from Bzura and A.J.I. Passing' the1 stand1 Old Mungindi and Bzura were to gether 11. length, in front of Fitzmao and YeH'owiHoc, then camfe A'.J'.I. Biiirh, took' charge, and with' a.1 two' length's1' lead, showed the way along the iback. Passing the four, and a half furlongs Ii'iltlzriiacl'elos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

? business -notice;;. HOW SHALL I SERVE HORSE SHOE SALMON? : A problem, eh? It Is not to ,, th« housewife who has ' her . ? \ FREE' Copy of the Horse' Shoe' ' 'Salmon. Cook Book. .'Will you. ' send* for a jFKEE Copy? Learn' .economical, tempting ways of serving; {Horse Shoe Brand Karluk Red Salmon ' 'Biitoy!* The Free'Book' contains scores of dainty Horse 'Shoe Salmon Recipes l . — dl»hs9 that' are' so' inexpensive, so 'a^'petlkl'ris'. ? . I iIOMI'WOI SUMOIT are packed ; and cooked to preserve all the fresh- ' 1 ness : of the choice Karluk Bod Sol \ MAIL THIS COUPON NOW: Horse* Slioe, ? Box 649, G.P.O., . , STDNEY. 5 ' Serid' FREE Copy of the Horse i * i Shoe ' Cook Book. One Penny stamp is enclosed to cover cost of mailing1. '? ^ NAME ? ^ ? ADDRESS ._ ? ' ? | C.P. I I .. ? ' C3RE FOR STOMACH1 DISORDERS. ? Disorders of the stomach may be avoi ded' by the use of Chamberlain's'Tablets for the stomach and4 liver. Many were remarkable1 cures have been effected' by ? these tablets. Sold ...

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SUNDAY WORK TROUBLE. May Cause Steel Works to Close. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

SUNDAY WORK TROUBLE. May Cause Steel Works to Close. SYDNEY, .Sunday. Serious trouble threatens the steel works at Newcastle, ..owing to the deci ^i'i of the stfiej works branch of 'the federated Ironworkers not to work on Sunday. ' Tf is stated that If the men persist in Ilieir attitude the works will have to be closed down. It is hoped better coun sels will prevail^ , A. meeting will be held lo-morrow when the men will be asked to decide to continue the Sunday shifts.

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MELBOURNE MELEE. Police and People in Holts. Constable Injured. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

MELBOURNE MELEE. Police and People in Holts. Constables Injured. . MELBOURNE,, Sunday. . 'A sensatiwifll melee took place in the city* last night between {-he police and public. ' ? ' . , ? A ponsftn.ble had occasion to arrest a man for 'offensive t-eha'vi'qur nnd about a 'score .of others nittneked, and' women took part. Mlnny urged others to 'use the boot.' ' - ' ? Police reinforcements , arrived and also the -military police assisted. Three men, wore arrested. Con stables Black and Shields were cut aibout the f'n'ee and' sustained' other albrasJons. ' They were (rented nt the ho'spifal.

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LATE TELEGRAMS. FIERCE STORMS. Cyclonic Force at Grafton. Roofs Blown Away. SYDNEY, Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. ! ? «» ? FIERCE STORMS. Cyclonic Fqrce at Graf ton. -' Roofs Blown Away. SYDNEY Rnnrtftv The .terrific lieat last week culminated in a fierce thunderstorm at Grafton on Friday night and yesterday afternoon, both storms doing considerable damage. The verandah of the Crown Hotel was pnrtJy torn away and the roof of Gerard Coy's stores was partly blown off, and fell on the roof of a cottage, causing .damage. . Branches were torn from trees in the streets and telegraph poles were wreck ed.

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German Statesman in Switzerland. BERNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

German Statesman in Switzerland. (Published in 'The Times.') 1 ' ' .BERNE, Sunday.'' v. T-Torr von- .Tajrow, German Foreign Minister, dins joined Count Bn'low in Switzerland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

Such of the cable news on this page, sa 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. , l 1 ' ?

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VICTORIAN RACING. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917

VICTORIAN RACING. r SYDNEY 'Sunday. , ' Following are the results of the Ep som (Victoria) races: — , Hurdles: Lady 3underland 1, Nicka jack 2. Wild George 3. Winner 7 to 2. Won by a length. Time, 3.49. - ' , first Division Handicap: Lost Time 1, fi.aheen 2, Dhul Dhul 3. Winner, 5 to 4., Won, iby twa lengths. Time, 1.15. ' Second Division :, Golden Shot 1, Loom be 2, Milloo 8. Winner, 5 to 1. AVon hy a neck. Time, 1.42. Third Division Handicap: Mr.' Sim 1, Babalong 2. 'Bardol 3. Winner, 4 to' 1. Won by -a length and a half. Time, 1.29. , Jumpers' Flat Ratio: 'Capricious 1, Caoique 2'. My King 3: Winner 7 to 2. Won by a, length. Time, 2.12.

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