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Germany's Grumbles and Complaints. GENERAL STAFF APPEAL. Wonder is Conditions Not Worse! LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

Germany's Grumbles and Complaints. GENERAL STAFF APPEAL. ' Wonder is' Conditions Not Worse! (Published in- J'TIie, Times.1') . .LONDON; Wednesday. ,Tlie German General stulT i»viilently fearing , an acute - economic Crisis ap peals to tlie mition l-» boar the internal difficulties and cure Uie, discontent. TI admits iho internal conditions are bad and says the.- wonder' is thoy are not worse. Everything depends? on keep ri(? up the national spirits; otherwise fierniiiny itself is endangered; (I recalls what, t.licir forefather's on lured pi tho Napoleonic wars and urges ,he nation to show equal fortitude, aban lon^ complaints, grumbles aim' siuspi cions. - ? -

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Times" Red Cross Fund. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

'Times'' Red Cross Fund. (Published in 'The Times.') LONDON, Wednesday. fho 'Times' ltod Cross Fund exceeds Is million! sterling. King (jMi'fin liaa Ibinlwd the ''J'iiiKb' for its special ef ortb aj. home- and overseas. __ _____ ._ ? a

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRODUCE MARKETS. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

PRODUCE MARKETS / , SYDNEY, Wednesday. Values were firm til Alexandria to-day. Chaff mi: firm, sales lining made at good values. Quotations: Wheateu chaff jniinc 5/H to 5/G, good 3/J t to 4/, medium 3/6 to :(/!-» inferior a/, oaten fchaff prime 5/2, good 4/ to 4/(J, inferior 3/3* lucerne chaff good 5/6, lucerne hay, meflium :4/; i'j o straw ii/B, wheat luouiuin 'i/1%, onions (?,ood ?&/'/ to fl/, potatoes piime 11/ to 11/6, kooiI S/2 inferior 2/7 lo 4/8, lucorne liny from Wiltshire, West Maitlahd, passed 2/7; 1'ylco, West Mait laud 4/' , Hob'an, 'Scone, passed- 2/1.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE MARKETS SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

LATE MARKETS SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. , *\ healthy tone .tgain ruled in all de partuunls in Sussex-street to-day, and excellent lm'mus^ was done, particu larly in dairy produce, which* was firm in values. Heavy supplies were avail able from all centres. -Hunter River district contributed 3 0110 bags of pota- , toes to the market. A;- these arrived m f.oou condition, good business was done. There was no movement in tjo tations tor cereals, but 'good business via- done in oats .mil derrick straw, which wan easier. . Quotations: Maine 8/9, oatri ii/f lo a/ barley nominal; potatoes 4/10 to 8/. onions inactive 10/, eggs !)d to JOd, poul try unchanged.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

.\) ISLBOURNE, VVednc sday. A meeting of the MinlHtcriul party Was hold at Parliament House to-day. Mr. Hughes presided. AilUie -conclusion ol u four hours' sittinK^Mr. IIiihTkjs stated tho proposals formulated liy Mr, Cook and liiuitiuli' had been discus'sed,.and (he- party deci ded to leave the matter in his hands with power to act The party and he were in - ntirtj agreement :is to the course to ibe pursued. The Imperial conference was discussed; but nothing w.iR (ioH-idi d in connection with the Aus tralian representation. He was- -iui1« satisfied with iho result of the meeting. It. approved of the formation of a new political organisa tion. An soon as Mr. Cook had submit ted the proposals lo hln. party- lie would incut that gentleman again.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Anstey and Conscriptionist. SCENE IN WEST AUSTRALIA. Free Fight in Hall. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

Mr. Anstey and iptionist SCENE IN WEST AUSTRALIA. -. Free Fiylit in Hall. i ' SYDNEY, AVednesday. 1 While Mr. Anstey, a member of the House of Representatives was address^ iua y rii(,otinp; ? at.. '.'Midland Junction, W- at Australia, on behalf of the offi cial Federal Lsvbor-'; party ; Mr. Norman, iij aocaJu.Laibqmte andi/.a* conscripti,9i\ist tackled him. ti ?He challenged -Mr. Anstey to swear sin affidavit :ih. to the (ruth of stsile ments made' by ? him in y matter which Cor Htate reasons .cannot b« puhHuhod. later Mr Norman shaped up »l the chairman. Mr.'Anstey ilimtr his coat oil' to llyht Mr.' Norman, 1 When the two were;, dragged apart I lie two opposing Cactions in the hall star ted a free tight. . . ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIRECTOR OF REPATRIATION. Homes for Mental and Consumptive Cases. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

DIRECTOR OF REPATRIATION. Homes for Mental rntl Consumptive '' peases. ? SYr»NfCY, Wednesday. Tho Federal Cabinet' is still consider ing the recommendation lh.it .i direc tor of repatriation, be appointed to co ordinate the;.. work'. ; connected with- re turned soldiers. The Minister for Defence has pro mised Federal action fo deal with three' classes, of persons diKcliari;ed from the A J.F..; najnely, mental cases, consumptives mid persons physically iiiKsi-me.(i. The Minister explained that it would be obviously insufficient to nivo thorn merely ;i pension iind turn them jidrift to : Iii Ti lor themselves, ire considered it the duty of tli-! pensions board .branch r-L the Treasury to assist these unfor tunate inon.. , I'lio Treasurer. will endeavour to ci-nif to some arrangements with the States that they w^ll cover mental unil tuber culosis ease', while homos will be es tablished for Iho accommodation of the men who iir-i incapacitated from further military ,-lnly. and who have n...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL SITUATION. WILL MR. HUGHES GO TO LONDON? National Cabinet Likely. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

FEDERAL SITUATION. WILL MR. HUGHES GO TO LONDON? National Cabinet Likely. . ' , SYDNEY, Wednesday. Mr. Hrughes said to-day that H would be Tvroug to assume that the statement that ho w:w to speak at Wesley Church on February -), necessarily meant that it Inid been definitely decided that he would lie in Australia on that date. Tfo declined to say ^v!iat wac the na i^ue ?ui-.tiiH ;rpyiy: .to ,tafcH;apie^jneSSage, TO/ tho Impcrhil Uovornmcnt bmnn dnyf. ago. ' ?Mr. Hughes mot the members of his -arty in conference, to-day wlion ho iu 'ormed hU colleagues of Iho nature of his Accent, interview with Sir. Cook. The latter's party will meet to-morrow It is hoped the Hughes ;and Ooolr groups in Parliament will come to a decision to form a, national party to-morrow.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW PRINCIPAL FOR TAMWORTH SCHOOL NARRABRI. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

NEW PRINCIPAL FOR TAMWORTH SCHOOL. NARRA'DRI. UVdue-.diiy. .\Jr. 1C 0. Arnold, prineimil 'f the Disr trict ''school, lias received inifoiniatioin, that lie has been apBointedto tlve charge': of tho Taimvorlh district school. I ? .': ? ?: '? ?'?????? : ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALLEGED SHEEP STEALING. NARRABRI, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

ALLEGED SHEEP STEALING. NARiBABRl, Wednesday. Vt today's court/ Samuel. Grnyson wns d-'iscliurgod.'Oti tho information alleg inc lluit. ho stole k1vm-]- liolonginjr to Steolien I)bo'h-j«va- --f AVe»+. Nnrrahri.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAILING TO DESTROY RABBITS. MURRURUNDI, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

FAILING TO DESTROY RABBITS. ? MUIlRURUN'pi, AVednesday. M Iho police court yesterday before i Mr. Flncham; relieving I'.AI., \V. Uipjohn, secretary 'to the',Ta,mworth-P.P, Board, proceeded afiitinbt I?. J. O'Brien, a resi dent of 'Murrurundi; for neglecting lo destroy ralilbits un his holding, known afs ]!»luia, nour Quirindi. Mr. A. J. j 'CreaghJ tiollvilodi Tamuworth;: :./apvear.e'd'i ! to prosoento ? for I ho Tiun worth P.P. Board, and ,Mr. G. ]!. Ayiiilti, solicitor, Mflrrurundi, appeared for the defendant, who pleaded guilty. After the solicitors JwU addressed the court, the 3ii»niMtrato said it wan » very b«id case. Defendant appeared (o have ioim very leniently v dealt with bithorlo ty t-hn Board, who had given him sever al warning; before prosecuting. Defendant was. lined £3, with costs £12/4/ Tho magistrate »ddcd that he vould hiwe Inflicted a very much heav er penalty but for Ilio amount of Lho costs.'- ? ' ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

IN MEMORIAM. ? DONALDSON.— -in loving remembrance of Ida Donaldson, who died 18th Janu- I ary, 1916. Aged 21 years. One bright star is taken from us, And we now in sadness roam, Is she gone for ever from us. Or only gone to lead us home. GoodJbye then, darling Ida, We shall surely meet again, In that world so bright and glorious Whore all is free from sin and pain. Inserted try her loving father, mother and' sisters. IN MEMORIAM, iKING, — in loving memory of our' dear father, Charles. King, who departed this life, January 18th, 1916. inserted by his loving daughters, Liz zie, Nancy, Adeline and Alice.

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SINKING OF THE CORNWALLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

SINKING OF THE CORNWALLIS. Malta reports state that tho crew of tho Corniwallis arrived in destroyers and 'that; the Oormvallis* floated fdr'two: hours !'\ All were taken oif in tlie boats. Some were killed by the explosion.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

PUBLIC NOTICES. HARES. '*~ WANTED to Buy Hares, any quantity (sound and healthy for coursing). Twen ty Shillings per pair and freight. ? j Apply, F. G. CASTLE, Secretary, , - NaniQi Coursing Club, Narrabra. PEEL SHIRE. To the Ratepayers of B Riding. ' ^_ _____ \ Ladies, and Gentlemen,T-I have to uiank you for a renewal of your trust In returning me unopposed, and though I do not expect to be able to please everyone, it will always ,be my aim to uo what is right and in the interests 'of the Shire generally and B Riding in particular. * Tours faithfully, ALEX. DONALDSON. CROSSBREDS. GUNGNBDAH, CARiHOLL & KELVIN. ?415 Line. Xbred Wrs, 270 % ,bred, s Jan, ?well-grown, ford con. 24/6 ' 500 % bred Line. Xbreds, 4, 7 months, s Nov. gd. con, spld lot. 24/. -'90 Line. Xbred Wrs, 2-t, s early Sep. ford, con, spld lot. 26/6. BACON & COMPANY, ? Gunnedah. CHEAP WOOLGROWING PROPERTY. T AM WORT HDI STRICT. 2560 Acres F.H., C.P. and C.L., 8 miles rail, undulating to hilly, splendidl...

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BELGIAN DEPORTATIONS. Swedish Public Very Incensed. German Methods Denounced. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

BELGIAN DEPORTATIONS. Swedish Public Very Incensed. German Methods. Denounced. (Iteuter's Tclegi-aiii.) LONDON, ' Tuesday. lltntcii'i ytocJchown ;'? correspondent: .ays tuat 100 -well knyvu Swedish inou ind ?women have issued a manifesto, iharacterising tln- deportations «i» LIm- ieadliest and «iiost 'crushing bfow ' tliat i«(i fallen on Belgium. i 'hoy add: altnough neutral we .ap-. ►reeiate tho view that Germany should lot. bo iiidired hv a noac-- standard.'i icvertheless ni- nation oven Avhoit ro .uced Ui tho direct necessity is uhovo lie duties of civilisation. Hopes aro t»xpr-»M*ed I hat Iho better tlio elements in Gennany will do Lhoir utmost to modify fchoa* evils. Tho Germani oftioially Mato Unit uL-; tades between tho Oasnu and Susiitti Wnllovg »-.'iv- unsuccessful. A counter thrust drove liai-lc tho Roumanians who penetrating ono point. Wo prif»ouored iXfi. , Our curtain of fire .broke down' l.lm strong Jlnussian masses repeatedly attackinfc on'botili sides of Fundeni. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

£ ' '-' ' BU3INESS NOTICES. I. ? . * .*« - ,. I*'' Be prepared for the iw Coming Drought ? ,- . . - ? ^ . 6( A Dry Time . , v to look forward to. ? ?« Your orders will be esteemed and will be executed with dispatch. ? The Children are catered for in the shape of Fancy Drinks, Aerated' 14 Waters, Ginger Beer, Hop Beer, Etc. 1 - — —— — — v ' (. '- ' l.y 7' . l' ~ ? A word to the Wise— Please Order Early ' - 'There is only one brand 'THE BEST. /' ,- 'BFilTrEK'S.' 'Phone 19. Tamworth. '? ? '. i Ford Cars! ...;?; Further iBig Reduction in Price. Touring Car £195 ' ' ' .' - ?'- v V -\ ? ?- t Runabout Ca* £185 tamworth Motor Co:, ; Agents, v Peel Street Phone 280 ; Commonwealth Bank of Australia , t The-Bank is now in occupation of the now tlead OfBee Premises — , ; 4 ? , PITT AND MOORE STREETS, SYDNEY, '?'.', . iwliere'all - ' -? ' ; ! , GENERAL AND SAVINGS BANK BUSINESS ?? ? , , will be transacted.^ ,', , - ' - THE PUBLIC SAFE DEPOSIT CHAMBER., ? Insures, absolute safety against fire, bu...

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FUTURE OF SOLDIERS. STATE SCHEME OF ASSISTANCE. Settlers to Receive Wages. Government Canneries a rid Cold Storage Depots. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

FUTURE OF SOLDIERS. STATE SCHEME OF ASSISTANCE. .! Settlers to Receive Wayes. ' . Government Canneries and Cold ' ' Storage Depots. SYDNEY, Wednesday. :5:*™-*.s ?aHiMora, .-., nas -^ubnalttert an un usual bchemc to tlio Cabinet for Uiu bct uniiionl of returned noldiers. Under the Minister'.-, ],ian a soldi) r '?ouW enter into possession ol the land whieh ho uropohod w Ulie up without . hnviiiK tli» full, responsibility tor malt 1-ib it a success .durinu th« llrHi twelve monuis or two yeaw,. Dmhm that per iod he would lie paid wages by tho Gw crnmont and rfvc- ive hi-; Loop . This would represent an ' advance made, on- account of improvements from Iho £500 which the. Conumonwealth is arranging. SoMiora would also work under the direct sup- vvinlon o£ a.man experienced in Hiat particular branch of industry; such as cereals; orcharding, etc. ' Mr. Ashford haw also a plan for a co operative ayaiein of-buying and aolliim. This would probably Icul to the eaUb liahmont of cold storage depo...

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DEATH OF ADMIRAL DEWEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

DEATH OF ADMIRAL DEWEY. Admiral Dewey who commanded tho; American nnvy. in the. war with Spain, is dead. , - '

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GENERAL WAR CABLES. ROUMANIAN FRONT. Unexpected Strong Defence Against Mackensen. Enemy Troops Worn Out. West Front May Compel Halt. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

GENERAL WAR CABLES. — t — hip ? Roumanian front. Unexpected Stiong Defence Aijaiusl Mackcnscn. Enemy Troops Worn Out. West Front May Compel Halt: (./{outer's Telegram.) LONDON. Tuesday.' Iho Bulgaiiiini, dab) Lo have liotn luitli-il (,1k) railway n lili1\.limenU ioum( Galatz. A Hussiaii rcjiort Hay;;: , The llus.so RoumaJiians advanced slightly south wards oi Pralea. The Koumaniuns heat back two night attacks soutlnvard. of l?«lcosii. on.tlio Sufiitza. We; liave bom bed ves »els jti the J),mulio In the region oi Bruilov. iino ol oui --uhm nine' . .inlt Lno Jnps near tJio Bosphoi'ous. - | Mackonsen's ' advance on Oahitz it, jib I present -the inost conspicuous feature oi ' bno fiii.ht.injt-, an all, l.lu- theatres. , A Uerman communique wtatts1* that the villago oi Vadena vv.it. the bit i-lacc m fclio Hands i-i IiIki Kii.,',o Jioiiitianiuiis south ol i\\o SkM'eth, linii the notahlo successes achieved) by the latter on bn Moldavian luaniaiKis ho^: lh,xt they arc. still \iu\bi, active ...

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ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

ROLL, OF HONOR. .Information hag' boon received from tho Defence, Department to tho cgect that Private' J'. Kildey; of Lhe 85lh Aus tralian Infantry,, was admitted to the Devonport Military Hospital,' on Janu ary 1st, suffering from sevoro pneu monia. ' ' i

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