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HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917
HORSE SALE. Messrs. Win. Inglis and Son and Lan ders and Cantrell advertise in this iasuo that, their annual horse salo at Tam worlh is definitely fixed for .Monday, ' Tuesday, and Wednesday, mtli, 20th arid I 21st February, and they ask intending ( sellers 10 oe good euougn to comrnuni- , cato with them ot once and book their consignments. SOIJTHBROOK,
SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917
SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. SYDNEY. Friday. The Su'SL-x-fitrcet) ^farkets wore brsy Ui-day. Pi nil rates wero maintained. A'- oilier l-i rgo .supply of butter was avail ii'ilo. Cicn egijs arc still n drag on the niai'kol. Maize was dull, i/ocal potat o-« sold well. Chaff and lucerne hay re mained steady at yertorday's rates. Quotations: Maize 3/8 to 3/9 Inix. o-uts 2/7 to :j/l bus.. on;oiis £9/10 to £10 tun. potatoes Jt-l/10 to £7 ton, egg* 9U to TOd doz.. poultry oaiier.
IN MEMORY OF TWO FINE SOLDIERS. General Glasfurd and Colonel Howell Price. (Australian War Correspondent, C. E. W. Bean, British Headquarters), (Copyright reserved by fhe Crown). France. Novemlber 21. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917
IN MEMORY OF TWO FINE SOLDIERS. ? -^9^ — — — General Glosfunl and Colonel Howell Price. (Australian War Correspondent, C. E. W. Bean, British Headquarters), '(Copyright reteelrvea 'by t'he drown). ?Prance. Novcnibor 21. ProkAly few men even of -those who wero tliere knew how much they owed to Major Glas'furd during fho critical clays of the landing «il Anzae. He was second General Staff Officer on the o'tnff of tho old first Austra'liian divis ion which was «rs torillian-t ari that of any Britiish unit which ever went 'to war. But it is not tlie usual role of any' staff to travel the firing line cease lessly from end io end during battle, 'hopping over the scrub' from one little rifle pit to «vnothcr--Hto take (new units up lo it, lead: old uxi'Vls forward where they -aTc'too far 'back -and set them down nearer io .the enemy — to rally ro ?liring men and put 'them down on the line which, they must , hold. Glasfurd did not talk ab'out the things he did; he simply did them because ho ...
PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917
PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY. Fridav. At Aloxuudna to-day wht-aton and ..Jen hcaff sold fairly well. (Quotations: Aniontt'ii choice o/G, prime I 0. good inferior 3/ to 3/3, oaten good I' to il/8 lucerne dust choice 10/9. tr»od ^ j. nicdifii -l/.'J. lucerne hay mcdiuin ?'! G to -I Id. rye straw medium 3/5, po trttres 7/2 inferior -I /I to 4/S. .Vortliorn Silo«: l.uoenm chaff from Strntlon. XemJnjjba 5/6; AVallacc, Mus «?!?-! lb rook I/B: Nott. Tannvorth j)a«sc-l '8. 'balance dust .8/0: Norman. Tam wuitIi MS: Homb-.fli, Tamworbh 4/. bal ance 5 ba-rs dust 4/3 :' lueerno (hist, from Hogarth. Nemninlia 10' bags 10/9; luc eri'o hay. LawreiK-e Uros.. AVest Tam il oi-tli. piusscd 2/8: Coxbead. Nomiufrha . p i'.-fd 3'i; fctmtToii Nomiin.'lia 3/6: Rvo olraw from Rourke. AVost Maitland 3/5.
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. By Urbania. The Bishop of Armdaale, Dr. O'Connor, was amongst those who took part in the obsequies of the- late Venerable t Arch bishop of Brisbane, Dr. Dunne. ' The Rev. C. F. Armstrong, of South Gratton, who so lortunale'ly es caped injury in the motor car accident which caused ? the death of Mr. Le yuesne, is a brother-in-law -of the Rev. Canon Fbirbrother, of Tamworth, ? .* * \ The annual meeting of the parish af Quirindi was held last ? week .in the School of Aits, and cuiisitltrable, iiileieut »'a& bhown in tlio lepoit p.'cseiitecl by .iiu viuii', the Kuv. li. (J. liiiines, who ?ei'ei-red lo ,tho i-uriuiii-. lotsus sustained jy iho puri«-h by the deaths at homp ana 3L gallant men at the front T.he election ii ulncers ro.r the enauing year resulted u the appoliiinieui of the i'iirich Coun .-il 01 Aiessrs. H. C Carter, J. H. \Vil -.011,-0. Jones, 'ii. A. Allen, W. K. '^uuge, W. H. Elibank-Murray, C. P. Thomas, O. S. Wilkanson, A. Wansey, T. '.'. ybu...
FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917
FIUS3. ? ? E-very woman whose ', health is caus ing hor anxiety is invited to write for a copy of 'Health Cor Women,' a 'Dook of valuable information which should be in ovory home. Enclose 2d.. for postage. Address all letters to 'Dept. O, Ladles' College of Health, 64 O,xford ^treet, Sydnoy.* ?
MARKET REPORTS. SYDNEY, WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917
MARKET REPORTS. SYDNEY, 1 WOOb KiKl'OltT. A.JM.Ii. :iml r. vo., 1AU., ivporl Itnn January, 1017: 'I ho iippraixoinoiits oi' lour ol tho eut iilo^uos 'which were Mib-witled ii loi't Jiiijlit fi^o -n-cro nmcle known laf-t Tu'r. 1 ly and Wednesday, tho work having been found by tlio final iippituscis lo '?il-« lousier than iias anticipntt'd. i.lio first day's catalogues having taken tlireo d_v* i'- -;i-l tlivouuli. A-s time got* on however, the work of typing and yielding 'tlio various qu.il iii''- i«-''l tlou'ir'os bi'toino t|Uii'k«'r. This Company's wool was on view o» Tliur-diir and l'-dav Dili and -tli in fttcnti, when -I 0C0 bales, wore siibm'tted tlie result of wli'cli ?will bo pulil'bhuii a ? t toil as kiiov n HtlmU'. Uoll .in-l Co.. Ltd.. riput un dii- cl-atc l-'-th January: ?-luraupinl Skins: A jf/iad demand pic- I railod and prices l ulcd linn 1ov '11 dc- ' , urirtioi's.. N'--xt auction. 2-1 tli iiu.c. Uabbit, Skins: Auction sales were ic- 1 .sM.^od this, wo.lc, wlwji 30 tns ...
LATE SPORT. A.J.C. RACES. Tips for Randwick To-day. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917
LATE SPORT. / A.J.C. RACES. Tips for Randwick To-tlay. SYDXKY l-'rid«v. 'Itai-ly U-id'.s. tips for .to-nK-i-nnv : Trial Stakes: Cariine. Dave Whitton, INilimrtic. First Nursery: Princess Path. Uobkin, Lady Comely. Ccutonary Stakes : 'Woornk or Colugo. C'r.].i]iV.i4uK- Stafoji: Itcdferu, i Koyal l-:iddie, h;i Stcppo. Jnnuaiy Hmnclioap: Koil, Niirivo. Mcd loy. 'Welter Unndicnp: l^a Balfour, St. Ko^ilinc, Fii-ft Vr'nciple. ?'.Tiit'lc Scjir' fiincics: fIVJil lSt^kos: Davo AVliitton. Satin IV: nl Alx-rl-uly. First NursL-ry: T.ady Comely, Uobkjn. Mbuntnin Ha'.-io. , . I CcntPiiary 8^-ke-. : 'Wooialc. The For tll'n H'Ulltl'1- O'llllSiO Cliallons'e Htakce: La Stopuo. Hodfom I);.'i!e Ai'ie or Corralia. .lanuiiiv T-Taudiciip: Faiitaric, 1iJ U-.nv,,. Mcdloy. Wrltpr: Ag'ncoui't. Wntta. Oiivcy '??.ihcanaii. I ? _^ !
CHALLENGE STAKES AND HANDICAP. Order of Public Fancies. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917
CHALLENGE STAKES AND HANDICAP. Order of Public Fancies. ! SYDNKY. Friday. ItoUlorn-i'- still a urni luvorjto lor tlie t 'iiilienm' Sti'lces at- a short, ouote. with D.inie Aero. La Steppo aud' Koyal Lad fl'-» nil ioii-.o -second favorites, white' l?o«-- d :ll. 'C'crcalia, Hcatlicrbrao Quinn'fe Posit and: liria. are all at much moro lib eral rii\-p«. Tlio outsiders arc Toiclicy ? lui \^ouuiup; x/ay. Kin- \h' (ViiMiVLM'sary Handicap the l^ci-tnno Hunter heads tlio list with Can zmio and Tliishfoi-d second favorites. Fan r-ii'n. Xarivo and Qua] ale being next, in demand.
TIPS BY "WAKEFUL." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917
TIPS BY 'WAKEFUL.' I' ? _ . Trial Stal-e-: Ulazing Hot. Dave. AVhit- i ton. Oariho. First N'liivcrv: PriiK-ess Path, Nancy Mv'.-,^. l^ohki'.' | Centenary Stakes: AVoorak, tlio For- i tuim Hunter. Column. j Oliallciao Stokes : Dain« Aero, T-a Su'-po. Koscdoll. January Handicap: ' Foil, Narivo, Cl'-rl^villo. ?AYelter: First Principle, AValla. I .a Ralfour.
QUFRINDI. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917
Qunuxor. J fabler and King report, Hiavinn held their special stock fcalo this date (16th) when they yarded 1122 shoep and 309 iiead of cattle to n good attendance ol 'myors. Uidding was at times quiet and' j I'Oii.sequently sales wore a little hard to j I'ttoct. The. whole of th©. sheep wojc ; clearer at satisf actoi y prices while J-C3 head of cattle were sold includina; a few , 'ote sold privately before leaving the I ,\ard,s, Ous sales v-~cro as follows: Ac- I oiDi t KoLso and Ppngilley 162 crcfisbred I I.unbs 20/. CO merino ewes 20/, Go ewe lS't-t 40 heifers £9/26. 1 cow nnd calf ! i;16/7 1 bally cow £8/12. 1 yellow ccw ' C7: A'c ]-. S. York 163 !-+ crossbred 'ws 100 r-rr' cent lambs 44/1 : A/c II. 'Wilson 113 civf.s 16/, 14-1 ivothejs 16/9. ' 13 owe-'' 10/7; a/c A. J PeiKjilley 1 fat i cow £14/J.7/G. 1 vealer £11. 4 do £7/14. 1 '- bullocks £11/11 2 rcalers £^/o. 1 cow I £10 3 fat. cows C8/17; a/c .7. Soaiilon I cow £12/12/6 black cow £8/1 7/G; a/c, riutton 8 steqis £8: a/o J. ...
CROUP. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917
CROUP. ? .Not 'a niinuto should bo lost when -a oliikl ..shows symptoms of croup. Cham berlain's Cough Remedy Riven as soon as tho, child becomes hoarse, or even '?after tlio croupv cough appears, will pro vont- the attack. Soltf by Ooo. Alallaby, Tlcxona, tliQ, Rapid Healer, is specially designed to meet tho needs of suffer srs from Eczema and other Skin '-is-'j ibs.' If used in the early stages it prom ptly heals and even the most obstiivir cases 'will yield to persevering treatment with 7iexona. Price. I/O and 3/. .Ob tainable everywhere '
PATRIOTIC PICTURE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917
PATRIOTIC PICTURE SHOW. The public ' of ' Tamworth are invited on Tuesday fto-morrow) evening to a patriotic-'picture show at'lsori's open-air pictures. This entertainment has been arranged as offering a pleasant and en joyable opportunity of discussing patrjo tio matters chiefly in connection with the establishment -of a branch 'in Tam I worth of the Win The War League. ITiwo films ?will be screened, p viz.,- ''The ? Hero of Thc'Dardaneliles' and 'Will | They Never Come?' 'Mr.- Courtney 'Hood hag'kftrdry*T-roiniSed' to sing-a patriotic song, and the -Tpwn Band, under Band master ^Brunell. -will play a selection of music. , The Tamworth 4 Girls , Associa tion ' will sell ' cool1 'drinks. 'The' 'pro- gramme opens at 8 p.m. -Children, ex capt balbies in arms, will not be admit ted. It is hoped that every nerson in terested i^ national topiqs wtlUmake an effort to be present. . . ?
Bell-Harris. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917
:. Bell-Harris. The Union Church! Walchn. Road, was tlip soen^ of si pretty wedd-ing 'on Wed nesday, afternoon, wh'en Mr., A. S. Bell, of Toatejvticld, and Miss Alice Irene Har ris, ?were married by VLev. HineSj 'of Tenterfield. Miss Rita. Harris was bridesmaid, and Mr. Jolly., of Tflllfe'i1 fiold. best' man. After the ceremony n numbor of friends adjourned to the res idence, of Mr. H..J. 'Roberts, where re freshment? s.WjOi'e partaken o£.,_-Mr and Mijs. Bell' afteiiwards'left per motor for Anaid'aLe.i .... - , -. t -. _. .
MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917
, MARKET REPORTS. A. L. Stewrat C Co. Auctioneers, Tam worth, report having held their usual 'weekly fat and store stock' sale on Thurs day .last,' the X8t.li inst.' The' attendance of buyers w,as not too large, no outsiders being, in. Attendance. Fat stock ? sho-wed a slight decrease on la.te values, likc wis'e store sheep, but store cattle held very flrm and1 ?there was a very good de mand for same. A-. Ii, Stewart and Co,, auctioneers, Tamworth, report having held a very successful store cattle sale at the Tam worth yards on Friday last, the 12th inst. A very good attendance of local and other district buyers were present, who bid very freely 'right throughout the sale. ' The yarding was well over 1000 head and the quality was the, best, that has been yarded in Tamworth for a long time, All lines were quitted at very sat isfactory. -prices. Bullocks from ,-£ 11/10 id '£12/11/0, $teers to £10, cows and calves to £14710, cows to £9/13, heifers to £10/10, yearlings 'to £6/6, and pod...