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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

CASUAL COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS accompanied by cash for this column are inserted 'at the rate of 18 words for 1/, and 6d for each' additional 9 words, or .part thereof. An additional charge, ot 6d .Is made for booking.' ? ? WANTED. WANTED. — Gpod .Woman Cook. Apply, ?with reference to Mrs. Nivison, Ohio, Walcha. WANTED.—: At the. New England Girls' School, Armidale, Two 'Housemaids.' Aipply, with references__to the Matron. WANTED.^-Middle'-aged' Gi5ieraTr~~uied to country life. No washing. Apply, -?by, letter to Mrs. Allan' King, Kings ?wood, Goonoo Goonoo Road. ' WANTED.— A Good General, Woman with .child over three years old, pre ferred. Mrs. A. G. Crowley, Myralla, Barraba. WANTED^Good 'Housekeeper, or Mar - ried Couple for Station. Man under , stands stock. Woman good Cook. Ap ply,-Sisson, Glendon, Manilla. ( WA'NTED^Gbod^Housemaid 'Waftreis'. Wages 15/ ' per weeS'. ' Apply,- Mrs: Swain, Royal Hotel,' Manilla. WANTED.— -At 'once' a~Competent House ?maid. Apply^Royal' Hotel. WANTED^...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOY CAUSES MINE HOLD UP. Matter of Money. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

. BOY CAUSES MINE H0.LD UP. ' Matter of Money. ? , 'S'VJDNKY, Monday. ?I he-; Scarborough iunne) mini' was idle tc-day1 because' one of tlie~c,lippers con sidered he had not been paid .mi in Gfease duo to ihim last pay. Thy manager Vupon being requested to nak.e uji the amount refused, whereupon ? hi! lads declined io giV to worlc. f All hands, numbering ;0ioul 2(10; vvorc' l.horefore compelled to r'eturn homo. ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WILLOW TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

?» ~ WILLOW TREE:' - (Fnom our 'Tna.ve'llinff Corresnandent.) -In coming .here the writer passed through Giinned&.h, ..Curlewis, ,? Werris, Creek and Quirindl'/'1 ?, ''*'?' , ,The Werris ? Creek refreshment rooms have been taken over by the Government and. a man has-been sent to ta.ke charge. Mr. Guy Galloway is settled in the Loco-, mc.tive Hotel at .the Creek, having sold out of his ho'tel at Croydon where he re ceived an illuminated address. Mr. J. E. Upton, of'-the Royal .Hotel, in Quirindi, is a brother of Mr. R. 'Upton, of the. Railway Hotel here . The country and stock all looks well- many farmers are harvesting wheat, the, yields being from 2%' to 7 bags to the acre. ,'*''.' 'The Warrah siib-divisipn is th'e busiest part o£ this country. *There are many stalwart- settlers on the land, which is prolific. They l-reed £-nd deal in stock, in addition to dairying and cultivating. The numbers of stock trackings, to.--* gether with the large quantities of /cream which are s...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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RETRENCHMENT ON RAILWAYS. Discontent Growing. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

RETRENCHMENT ON RAILWAYS. Discontent Growing. ' SYB.NEY. Monday. '1 lie unrest in the Railway Depart ment in consequence of many men lteinn i-ui 'ol( is steadily growing'. One' prominent industrial official ex im ? j--t( the opinion thai unless the re trtnchmenl scheme1 could be arranged ,irn( carried out on «. more - iinrt UjR basis than was flic case at present; I rouble .night (jiiKue, .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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THE FARMER AND WHEAT GROWING. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

THE FARMER AND .WHEAT GROW ING. v(To the IMitor.) Sir, — t'Dio question 'whether tho farmer will riw as iimich. lvlient us usual 'tins year can be settled by tho Government in n very simple mnxinpr. What tlie 'farmer wants to' know' is ?when lio wu! get the .one shilling and two ^lence bal ance promised, to him on his last ? yonr's lvli«at. arid when tho Government will fix tlioe 'i'.a.q. for thijj season's wheat, so that. li-* c^m frfth IWk anrnlnft cpriyifittAtc and' convert it into cash. iJot the Go VOTnraont giv--i him this lirformntion and ho will go on ngrowitig as much wheat as ever Jioidid with or without a.guaran to'e*d' price for noxt year. At tlio pre sent fun© tii^ fanner does not know how ho stands. What ho* wants' to do is to Ret hold of somo of the promiscv. cash from last year's wheat; got tho advance on wlr-at ho hast now clolivcrod at the mill or .station, and off he wall go again ?growing wliont as merrily as ever. 1'he Government need noi; hp afraid of Mie farmor...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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DEATH OF OLD MAITLAND RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

DEATH OF* OLD MAITLAND -'.RESIDENT.,. - ?- Mi-. 'J. G. Rignoy; on-S of the.oldcist. residents '.ot tho Maitland' .di&trict, died W his residence. East Maitland;. on W€4-t. nesay. Deceased ? -whs 77 years of age, a.nd.-was, a native .of oBelmont, Kraft s Coimty, Ireland, and tamo to Jlaitland .with.Ais parents, when rery.'.youiig. Jie conducted 'a business, as -a 6addle ana harness maker -? ''imd, importer joi- ovui 30 years in»-JVIaitland, retiring from busi ness' ^ littW over 30 years, ago. .De ceased was of a most charitable ana benevolent disposition.- fle-wne » pro minent member of the RomAn.vCatholic community, and n. very liberal coiftriibu tor to church -and school funds and. to all cliaritablo organisations. 'A' - few years a«o he donated i)ie handsori)© sum of £10^000 to tlie* Biphpp of Maitland fo- the purpose of furtliering denomin ational education* in the' Maitland dio ceso. He hndt u (env years ago 1 ft ono&t distinguished ftitle conferred . upon. 1-™ ....

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. , '-. i . V '', ;,-SYDNfcy/Mondnv.' ' t The wholesale -trade, in1 'Sussex-street to-day was animated. ' Big ,'hiisiness Tvas dono, in all1 departments.. -Eggs ',were pnsi'pr in consequence of heavy arrivals from all1 producing centres. Agents re port that mos* .of thp ease descriptions from the- Northern .TWVws and railway di^tricti arrived1 in a, had' condition.' But-' tor was in abundance, 'especially from ? the coastal factories.^ - Ttfeorly' 11,000 bhxci hrriyed frc'n' the -Northern dis trict. Thpve -Vas an-^oxcoUpn-t demand for cheese. Bacon was scarce. Potatoes wore plentiful, j Olarence Jtivjer arrivals totalled 3000-l-ag9. ,1000 ih'aca were lan ded irom Tasmania. The -market- open- ed steady. Onions- increased in' price. Derrick straw was lWor. Cereals were firmer, especially, onts. CHL_2000 baas of ' , maize , froni ,'.tliK. Northern -Rivers only ? ^iwen wore, -white ,£rain.- ?- , -' Quotations: - Maize 3/9 .h-ushel : oats, 2/10 to 3/ biishV-lj'mill©£...

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LATE MARKETS PRODUCE MARKETS SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

1 vLATE MARKETS - * fRODUCEL- MARKETS. 1 L - .i-':-\;- '-SIDNEY, -Monday. Values worts easier at Alexandria to day owing- to tjifl '(Jftnlity of tlio yiu-dinf? nof. being Us goocUfls -l'Vjdny's. Quotations; .Whenijen chaff/ prime, 4/6 to 4/8, good, 4/3j medium. 3/6; oaten ? chaff choice.- 5/1, good 4/ to 4/3, medium 3/6; lucerne, chaff, metficm,, 4/6; lucerne hay inferior, 3/ j'onions prime, 8/ ,to 9/, mpdinm -WG; potatoes', inferior, ]/ to 3/10. ', - - IiiicerW chaff from 'Chaff ey, Tam wortli, 4/G. - ' ' I

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NEXT WHEAT CROP. Proposed State Guarantee. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

1 NEXV WHEAT CROP. Proposed State Guarantee. An important -statement .wag made by JMr. Grahame,' 'Minister -for Agricul ture on Saturday -last in regard to the' next wheat crop. In. order to encourage former? to exert themselves to the- ut 'itiost in 'the! growing of wheat which the Government impresses now- as an a.l)&o- luto duty to tho Empire and our Allies. it is proposed tp guaranteo that no i ar- mor will: .lose, money iby working, to dis charge Uiis duty. -The Minister-explained thntiat tlio re cent Premier's conference in Melbourne, it was suggested! ,that .concerted action should bo takeoi. ,l-y all' the States of the Commonwealth. /'This may or.-m.ny not lie done,'.' said, Mr.1 Grahamo, 'but whe ther it is or not', we propose to do it in N.S. .Wales, My scheme,' . he wont on, '.'which will in all 'probability .re ceive the endorsement oi' the Cabin'et noxt week, is ,th'a't wo- n-naranteo every wheat-grower' a minimum 'net return of 3/, peiv bushel,' free 'of all ha...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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MAITLAND MARKETS. WEST MAITLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

MAITLAND MARKETS. WEST MAITLAND, Monday. Fat cattle .were, an ran- supply, con sisting of nice ^resh quality bullocks and cow.s. ,'Cctrnipetition was brisk, 'the mar ket 'boing' firm 'at last week's rates. Prime and weighty bullocks mad© £17 ?IQI to £,19/6,\prhn« £16 to £17, good ' £14/10 to £15/10 moiYram. £12 to, £14, prime «ws £14/10 to £16 good £11 to - £13,. medium £9_to .£10/10, .inferior £7 to £8/10. . ' Sales: Northerns Agents, 'bullocks; £16/10 to £19/6, cows £10/6; 1\. W. Wallace, cows.. '£10/16 to £13A2/6; I-.' I'Yaser bullocks £7/19 to £19/6; J. Thomas cows £10/18 ,to £13/1. 'Faf'Calves: 'AJ lar.ge supply, and good attendance of buyers. AH lots mot brisk convoetition at 'last week's rates. , Quo tations :, Priiji« and weighty 220/ to 28!)/, bnimo 180/ to 210/, good .120/ to 170/, medium 80/ to 110/, inferior CO/ to 75/, ))obhies 20/ to ,65/. Fat Sheep: A fair supply, .principally prime to good' quality wethers. There was a stpotl .attendance of buyers, the demand being b...

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ISON'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

ISON'S'PICTURES. f-. ' ? : ' To-night,1 Metro ',Pjctufes' Corporation present:. ,Qlga Tetrova -in- ''.the five-part* Jramatic 'success 'Playing with FireT' to.the topical- department ''Die Defence -' .?'Verdun',' ia.^£wp-part production teern in'g. Vith -stir.ring incidents which -? words cannair-.-'deserilJe ; '.n'lso- 'Eclair \ Journal, ?No.' Tiff In the. comedy lists is 'Tho 'Opera. ,-SMngerJs xRomance,' -and. 'iDupin King 'of ''Okina?''- Tho management ,an ?lounn*'. Wia* 'to-monw at 3 P-m;, also at'nigjlt at .8.3Q,'' 'William Fox presents L'.3ttv., Nansen- in^ie great New York Itaffe ^eucpqss. 'Shoft'ld -a '-Mother Teli,' a ^five-part--.Fox- -photo-play, by Rex. In. gr»mi. 'J-t is.'a -bic; question. Miss. Nau 'Sqn^haSj!oPe- solution ;/or -it: -j:

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STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

? .rJi&TO£Km MOVEMENTS. ,\ *?$ mothers, -Junnedali tiy Homelnisli 1-. 'AlcKae. oAt-ner, per' mil 219 lambs. , Bogga.bri to -Wee Waa.. i^n P?116**- owner nnd in. charge. 190 nuxed sheep.. Bogga,bii,to Bome mieh \V. K. Ponrose' 'owner, per rail 2^5 ewes, Boggabri to Baan Baa. M. BS«fli. owner ; fr. Vine in charge. . 2S6 lambs, Boggabri to Gunncdah. E. .1. isowhuid owner and in charge »* ? IT0 ***% ant1 1arnbs- Bogga'bri to Flem msrton. S. K. Read Owner, per rail 4G0 mixeU sheepj Boggabri to' Barni Baa-.- -S. ,W. Quest, -owner and- in charge.- '- t'1^ fwos- boggabri to Baan Baa. .W J. Tickle, -owner. S. Grattan, and in enarge r t ? .700 ewes 200 lambs. Manilla to &e- imngha. Cha.ffey-Bros., owners; T Bev non in cluirge. ^ - 230 ewes,.Hcanilla; to Upper Manilla. ' WSf OI1 owner; L- Wliliard in charge v.;230 ewes, 270 wethers, Hillside to' ?Mailia. T. '\V 'Roberts, owner and in' cl;nrge. ,' ? 43 ibullocks, Cnrlewis to Gunnedali. A. 'aaKen 'F71^ *?? ^'S'in charge. .,-&...

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Big Russian Railway. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

Big Russian Railway. (Beuter's- Telegiraim.) LONDON, Monday. U, Ls rcpiirttM] at Washington tliat u Potrograd lyniliciitn plans the t onfibiuc -ui in ot 11 tliousnri-d rmlo railroad from the Smith Manchairiaii {line at Omsk in 1o Southern Siberia.

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"LARGELY A GAMBLE." Governor on Taking Out of Patents. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

'LARGELY A GAMBLE!' Governor on Taking Out of Patents. - ' — — — KY1.JNI0V \Tnnr1',v' Thf Klal-! Governe.r officially opened the industrial Models and HoWbies exhi -it en at thevltajlway Inslitulo to-day. Me pointed out':6he importance' of the railways and tramways in Australia, and said that. taHing out patents was largely 1 ? -miiI)1i-. Atlarge number of tlio-tc pliued on the market wei'e absolutely useiess.

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Hindenburg Seriously Ill. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

Hindi Seriously III ? ? (United Sei-vice.') LONDON, Monday. ft its reported at .Rome, frorii Berns that Hindeii'burg is seriously ill.

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FLANNEL AND BLANKETS. Federal Government Releasing Supplies. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

FLANNEL AND- BLANKETS. Federal Government Releasing Supplies. SYDNEY, Monday. 1 lie Minister for Defence announced thai the federal Government would ahcrtly be in a iio';ilion to release to the public further quantities of* flannel and .jl-i ikets from the woollen mills '1 lie output had been for two yea.rs iioii trolled by. the Defence authorities. T(!io Minister Htal^il that' there was rio\/ sninclent stock Io meet military needs. '

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Japan Agreed to Allied Terms. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

Japan j to Allied Terms. (R-eu tor's TelegTam.) TjO'NRON, Mondiay. Tho Nr-nv York 'Tribame's'.' Pans cor rcspondent says Japan sanctioned thi^ .Allied 'Note, though sbe 'is not mention ed in tho document.

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Admiral Dewey Ill, WASHINGTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

Admiral Dewey HL (Reuter's lJV.lfij''(raf|'') WASIMNGTON, Monday. __ Admiral Dwey is ill.

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Russian Political Changes, PETROGRAD, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

Russian Political Changes, (Jfenler's Tele«jrnim'..) PETROGRAD, Monday.. Tlie : react ipnary 'ex-Minister for ' Juf t!c«i. Wtoheplovitoff. has-been apnointed Prpsidont 'of .'t]y- Oauncil of ithe Empire. Thero1 worn a.^nnijnil^r of , retirements ? and frpfih nppointmonts 1o tho Cminoil, replacing: Progressives ?' by, the. extreme right majority.

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Belgium's Note. "BRIEF AND PASSIONATE." No Peace Without Reparation and Guarantees. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

Belgium's Note. 'BRIEF AND PASSIONATE.' , No Peace Without Reparation and ? ? , 'Guarantees. (Puiblished in 'The Times.') LONDON. Monday. ? .iMigiuin «, i-Noto u-» 1 ?res-yimti ?? . Wilson is a. brief -hnf-J passionate document; pom-hiif, out that she 11 tho innocent victim of German ambition and greed. The document Buys: 'Overnight with out plausible warrant our iio.iif.iiility wan invaded. Tho (.{-erin.ii^ h.iv« exhausted our resources, deliberately ruined our in dustries, destroyed our towns and killed and imprifionicd Iho inhabitants.' It passionately ^lesiryr. the cm! of Uio iinhMird »i sufferings of tho population; but peaoc is only acceptable if Belgium is assured of reparation ^nd guarantees are. seen red i

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