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WHAT ABOUT THE FISH FOR THE COUNTRY? (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917
WHAT ABOUT' THE FISH FOR, THE COUNTRY? (To the Editor.') . gjT__The' State trawling' trouble in-' pfears, to' be settled-; at1 any rato the Government is obtaining fish which^ is I being placed on the Sydney mirlipt. ?\V.hat about the' country towns? Some months ago niuch capital 'was madb hy the Government out of its great schera»' to provide tire country people with che_p trawled, fish- It was said that the Go vernment considered the triwling indus try' wliich 'bolongcd to tlie whole State should ,bo a benefit to the 'people of the whole State, &.nd not,' those of Sydney only. This view was universally ap p'auded. fash was sent to seyeial coun try* towns, including Tamwc.rth. , On 'two occasions -supplies were auctioned here and. brought good prices. The towns: 'ppqple regarded it, as a great boon. Now liio' country supply scheme lias apparcni ^.'fellen'dead. The- people inland still 'hu'pger for good' cheap fish, but they cannot- get 'it. Sydney, of course has been' recei...
TRUCKINGS AHEAD [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917
?i71' ?'- l-RUCKlNOS AHEiAD. ^ ? Following are the fcruekiiiKS compiled ' to-, Monday, 'Jaiiutiry 15, 'to 0 a.m. for too markets --f thp 18th : 2CT sheep vans. 154 cattlo wa^nQiiis : for the 22rd : P.G I oi?iet- ?££*, 77 cattl« w«8B°«s 5 for tlie ' *jth : 108 n*MP vans, 22 cattli* wapnon-. j ! Vor tho 2i)ll-- r, slioop vans., 21 eattlo lwnir™nliS; fn,- ..!,„ ls(, (! sllP(v vm R rnttl(v \\: ntij.
MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917
. MARKET REPORT. The Sydney Wool. Selling 'Brokers'; .Association report .January, 13 : — ', 'Wool:— The first' appraisement pr.icep 'wilder tlie scheme of' dealing with the galan.ee1 of 'the wol clip' 'wore made Known durlnc tho nn.st. wp.ru ? t« Hm grease the ..highest price obtained so far was 27V_d,.se_urod for 10 ba-les sup coin -, .''.of '. Spring ;. 'Gully/Jiv^agga,, while scoured sold to 39d for a line of skin wool: . Shoeu'sldns'.T-^The first sheepskin sales undor- the-- alterpu-.conditions was held' during, the, week. Woollcd sorts realis ed' prices quite equal to the, best, rates ruling before ther- cessation of* sales, 1)111 pelts and short wools d^cli-'ied Vi'd ? to V_d per lb. Quotations: Crossbred full-, wools 9d to_12%d per, lib, medirv' 7d to S^d, short, wools 5V_d to 7d, pelts _d to' 5V_d, merino full wools lOd to ]4d, me1 dium wools 9d \q ild^hprt PMsd .to 9dlV pelts, 4d to 514,d'*'-,la.m,bs''to 9%d. '' 'Hides. — Values' improved 'l-8d to Vid] per lb. Bscra'heavy ...
TINGHA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917
TINGHA: (Prom oilr Corresjj6ndertt.) Tingha Post Office is, being renovated' and improved, and 'tile contractor is now engaged iri p\tttmg in a pioper system, of clrainage, readjusting the letter bpxCs, etc, ^ , ,,' Private Errc Arentz, while, home* rn' Tinghff on1 final lesJve/was presented' by congregation of the Church ot Ehgland' with a gold-mounted self-fllhng fountain pen. Prror to enlisting Private Arenta.i had acted as lay 'reader at'St Andrew's. Mr E C Walker, our local builder hit 'irother Eartti' rather peremptorrly during tlife holidays Whilst jumping out of a sulky he sustained a rather bad1 sprain of the1' rrght 'anklet whrch wHl' necessitate the use of crutches for somd- time Private Mervvn Cox, ot this town,1 is at present i in 'hospital m 'London ' surfer ing; from' trench feet . Another Tingha, boy,1- Private Clawie Fletcher^ is also in hospital in London. A young follow named Bh.ker (a resi dent of Bunddrrtt) vas broright'intd tojwn this (Satiird^y) 'afternoon suf...
CARROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917
? t. CARROLL. -? (Vi om our C?oi l osTiondent.) ' Plivrtte A. H Allen, 'who was woun ded 'm France last July 23 was accOid ed' a hearty welcome home The pioces sion, which started at 8 o'clock filom Mr.' Fulton's store, was a sight nover seen 'in Ciuroll beior-e. ^ ft 'was headed' by the Gunnedfth' band,l which played1 nnplopTiDte tunes for the occasion and contained five- nrotor cais, a numbcii of1 suljocs, hoi semen and pedestrians' Fully1 15ft people took part When' th«)- hall, which was decorated for the i occasion,' was leached Councijloi ' Wea-kloy, president ot the Oarioll Sol diers' Farowell and Presentation Fund, made a sterling addicsd -and' was follow ed i by Messrs Lints, MoDonagh. and [jongmivir all of whom' spoke of ithe 'ac tion Private^ Allen 'had .taken. 'Pnvate Allon suitably responded. Dancing w as ? indulged! in until the-i.small hours of tho morning, tLo music being supplied 1 bv the Gunnodah. band, qxtras being played by Messrs. Ix 'Fordham (piano), F lT- Bi'ad...
China's Reply. CHEERING NEWS FOR GERMANY. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917
China's Jleply, CHEERING NEWS FOR GERMANY. (Renter's Teleisrain.1 i,n\rnnv Tn«.j«r With a xitsvr to cheering' up Berlin at the adhesion of another neutral to Pre oiuent Wilson's Note. Count 'Bern&lorff wirelessed Germany the text of China's reply, which venture's lo declare that (he war has pro'hably affected China's interests jnoro seriously . than other neutrals. China is- prepared after the war to join, in assuriing respect for the prin ciple of the equality of .nations nnd re lieve them of Mie peril oC wrong and violence.
LARGE ESTATES FOR PROBATE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917
LARGE ESTATES FOR PROBATE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. The estate of the late James Black wood, engineer, of Sydney, was valued for probate at £56.762. The' estate of the late Robert' Osborne. ? grazier, of Bmigendore, at £22,134. a.-.id tbe estate of the late John Whiteman, grazier, at £21,395.
THE LATEST. Internal Germany, PEOPLE SUFFERING FROM FOOD SHORTAGE. Middle-Class. Ruined. Anti-Prussianisn. Steadily Growing. Revolution Predicted. (Published in "The Times.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917
THE LATEST. ————— ? Internal Germany. PEOPLE SUFFERING FROM FOOD SHORTAGE. N Middle-Class. Ruined. Anti-Prussianisn; Steadily Growing. Revolution Predicted. (KibLis'iicd iu 'Tilie Times.') LONDON, tuesduv. An American scientist' from Ger many states .that jjuind'ice. diarroliea. &tomacl!i and dental complaints ai-c epi demic . Owing to tlie ' saccharine nauseous artificial coffee and tea Hie chemical food substitutes everybody i= looking jaundiced ivith yellowish skins and eyo«. Vegetable fibre lias replaced cotton ? Woollens the scarce. The suffering people are sullen and dissatisfied. The rm thor-j tics imprison g-rninWers. The National' Sen-ice Bill 'is killing small businesses. Tlio middle class are already rnkiekl. Titumoralily is rife. Anti-Berliniftm and anti-PmssianisUi arc steadily growing' iu the remainder of Germany. The Prussian uutliorities have taken steps- fo maintain their pre dominancy after the -war. They are keeping young Prussians Du'ine and sending'non-P...
CLAIMS FOR WAR PENSIONS. To be Decided Within One Week. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 17 January 1917
CLAIMS FOR WAR PENSIONS. To be Decided Within One Week. SYDNEY. Tuesday. The Federal Treasurer is endeavoring ?to... arrange. ..that in future claims for Avar pensions by widows of deceased soldi er.? 'and tlie widowed mothers of decea sed soldiers shall be decided within one wcvk of their ' receipt by the Deputy Co.mmissioner. V.'ulle he admitted tliat there were eases of hardship, inquiry had shown thai owing to carelessness or wilfulness imspeetive pensioners brought ahout ideli'v themselves by omitting to take Uu- necessary action until after they had been discharged.