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THE LATEST. Wilson s Latest Notion. SCHEME TO SECURE FUTURE PEACE. Present War Must Leave No Sting. Must be Peace Between Equals. WASHINGTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

THE LATEST. Wilson s Latest Notion. SCHEME TO SECURE FUTURE PEACE. Present War Must Leave No Sting. Must be- Peace Between Equals.. (?.Renter Vs Telegram.) WASHINGTON, Tuesday. While the President spnke in Che Senate t)o-diay tihe addiress. was in the hwiiids, oC all foreign Governments; or on the way. Wihile President .Wil«on' devoted his ntte-ii'ticin principnlfly .to a league to en il'oree peace the baekgiroimd' proposi tion Iny. in the posiibildty that the ont eome. of such fin inlernntibinal league mii-'ht be the growth of .1 scheme tn end the present war. ITe .said peaiee ,to endure mnst be se cured toy t'he or.gW'nised major forces of m.ankind. America coivld joiti, the s'uar atiitee only if tlie elements of pea^o wnuld -win co'nfid'enee and satisfy tho principles of/American traditions. Am erica won I'd not have n voice in deter mining, t.he terms, but he believed stie would, have n, voice in the detevmininp; wriether thene should be a guarnn.tee to make .the teiimS' lasting...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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AN APPEAL TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

AN APPEAL TO AUSTRALIA. » AVo appeal to all citizens for a yet fuller response' to the cajl of dutv and patriotism. AA'c believe that the hour is critical. AVe are convinced that Austral ia, which has done great tilings, is yet capable of arising to oven greater saori- 1 fiee, if the; need is understood. The I call came to us at tho beginning of the I AVai* to 'bei true to those ideals of civil isation an '^international iustice- for wJiioh our nation has stood amon' the world powers. AA'o cast in our sword with Groat Britain unhesitatingly. AVe should have lost our soul if wo had fal tered. uiut during the progress of the \\ ai we understand better than we did that wo are fighting for our -healths' and liomes .tlie honour of our women, tho liv-?-3 of our children, and the fubuio of our race. Our. men have gone forth i their- thousands to defend .these a.nd miuiv havo died for them.* The battles ml' tKB'-JKtiW-1sidb d^Wb^world 'are as' iiuly defensive of ourselves as if fought on th...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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ROLL OF HONOR. MAITLAND, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

ROLL OF HONOR. ' MAT.TLAND. Tuead.rv'. Tho Defence autliorit(',es have informe/l Mr. B. Rateliffo, of Anpc-street, AVest Miitl'nd. of tb.c- death of b.'s youngest Ron, C'nirpoi-iil Sydney Ratelifl'e. neeea-?- ed whs 20 yenrs of age, and was a mem ber of thw 13th (la,t« l,*t Baittalion. He was previously reported mi'sing in Aug ust, but was then found,, to be wounded and a .i-i.soner cf war at Gotengen, Germanv. ifiiirie^'lien hV'parents. hnve reoeiived several letters from him, in wl-;oh ho sti+rd -thnt bo fl'is doing all rigliit;' iconsijquontly thfi news of h-'.s ?'catb fin'P, as «' cr,roa,t *hiv\ to' the fam- ' ilv. Tho late Corporal Ra,teliff-v wns an o''l 'Miitlami Hioj'i Krhool bov, and p-r-?-' vrciis to enlistment w.^s employed in the ?1lc.re.s-Briineli of if.w Publ-'c Pjniviw, hav ina; attaind tiliipi.1ii,o,lM*»t i-ass in tho Oomnionweialth in the l'ublic Se.rviVe nxa.ni'inni.ion of 191S. Anothe.r brother, Corpopil Jamc-- P.-iitcli'ffs. was killed i't Lone Pinei, and his eld...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

I , . BUSINESS NOTICES. I The 'Scroll' Salmon ? ; — -i Cook Book is FREE! i Bend' for' your Free Copy, TO-DAY. * ' ? . Learn ^iow ' ' j ^ . . . v ' SCROLL BRAND jffekk SOCKEYE If^^^ll ; SALMON ? iji^l , can, lie seived in scores of dainty s.ppo- ,' Ml II J XOWX ^^ tislng: ways at a trifliujr cost. 'I 'SI [j ^3 V«v^ I ' - . ' Ask yb'flr;srocer for a tin of 'SCROLL,' § ml II . /P^^S^^^ ' ? SALMON* to-day. H'o has the now sea- 5 ml |J - -^ *'-?'?'' '^jjK^JH'' son's pack of the choice Sockeye Salmon. I H (l ^OCKVPc '''^ V 'We recommend the Jib. fiat tins. ' B Jl~~*— ---Z^J^'-MON {' ? v 'SCROLL', BRAND SOCKB YE SALMON H ^^^aSa=S=aa==5=-~^ ' ? ? ' are the' piok of the Seiners' Nets. They Egj -»CJD(f R/TnT^53^ , ,', ' are cnuffht in their, prime, packed imme- Bl HOW To P '^vOK' r diately, and cooked by art exclusive Hi ^T CflriNpn ' procosa, which retains the natural EsS''''''fcfcfc^ s'UMoit', Juices of the fresh Slhh. ^ ^^^SSs^SSSS^-^yr---. ? No , preservatives are used — no -waste. ^^^~~...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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People Spending too Freely. PERIOD OF STRESS APPROACHING. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

People Spending too Freely. PERIOD OF STRESS APPROACHING. ' SYDXEV, Tuesday. Sir Albert Gould .speakinft at tho ?lmlf-yoaily meeting ol tJie shareholder -ff t,be O.ty liank fiaid )-eople 'had been spending freely and money in circulation bad bean' plentiful, but the public should be warned tlnait a period of extravagant expenditure could not be long contin ued in facei of the largely inoronsiHj; dprnnndis for financing tho War. At ^th'e liall-yearly meeting of tlio Coi:»rrjoi'oml 15an.kin,g Co. of Sydney, the position w/as stated to bo satisfactory.

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MENANGLE PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

MENANGLE PARK RACES. KVDNiRY, Tuesdiv.' Following are tlio results of the Men anste Park races y Maiden Handwap: gobnna 1. Oroide 2 Daffodil Gueein .1. Winner 12 to 1 . Won by n len.-rth. Timo '1.19. ' Glen TiCe Handicap: Baracondn 1, Gulabi 2, TJninall 3. Winner o to 4. Wron ,by a, length. Time.- 1.1 7 1-5. Nursery Handicap: Brian 1, Mialt An nie 2 Ar-T-le Bloesmn 3. Winner 20 to 1. Won by a length. Time 51 fees. Oamden Handicap: Bonnie Clianoe 1, C^-elW-ti 2 Beauobevnl 3. W'iniifi- 4 to 1. Won bv two lengths. Time 1 17. ' Meuanelo Handvap: Sobrina 1. Kff an'-h*am 3 Barraconcb 3. -Winner 2 .to 1 Wcltor Hamliican; Ruenalf M.nid 1, Li P-lfouir 2,' Detroiit 3, '.Winner 12 +o--. Won bv a length and a half. Time 1.30 2-5.

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LATE SPORT. TAMWORTH J.C. RACES. Second Day's Weights. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

LATE SPORT. TAMW0RTH J.C. RACES. ,/ Second Day's Weights. [ Tho folio-wing are t/he weiahte for to dij'.s lam,H-oritii ^ices: Ji'iyina, Handicap, o furlongs: Odd C-um's'.a, Meisinn d.lU, Persian Girl 8.10 ijnnou ».8, '.My Prs]:ect 8.5. Sir Mostyi\ 8.4, 'Klaxiwuii 8.2, Loch, kadis 7.10, Kiianamoku -7.7, Mi«s Portland 7.5, Had-' loV'$!i 7.2, Bromide '7.0, Ro«e oi R«d lield 6.12, Lyn. Lassie 6.7, Mimer King 6.7 i'lamoufl' .Pet fi 7, JMalt Love 6.7, Coongewai 0.7, My Son 6.7. Mconbi Handicap, 7 furlongp: Alaltaco 9.0, Ha'pnv Smile 8.13,' Powlight 8.4, Tcroona 8.0, Niokaw.ay 7.10, Watermark 7.10, J?oi5©boro,ug.li 7.4, Gunada 7.0, Yet 1111111 R'Ose 7.0, ICoroaL 7.0. January HantViwip. 1 mile 1 ninonfi: Nvara, 9.0, Ganc'lio 8.12, Jferainn. 8.10, fti'errv Tr rf; 8.7 iVlaxman 8.0, Gravema 8.O''Por-tellic. 7.12, After Twelve 7.9, iN.K. (./ pwo niep o.s. ? .Second AVeltcr Handicap, 6 furlongs: Lonout 10.8. My Pirotpecvt 10.5, Sir Mok tyn 10.4 Wongabindi 10.4, Loch Kids 9.10. Tvhanamcku 9.7, ^l...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Situation. ELECTION POSSIBLY IN MAY OR JUNE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

Federal Situation. ELECTION1 POSSIBLY IN MAY OR JUNE. SYDNEY, Tuestlav. ' There was no alteration in the Pedei al political situation to-day. It Is. not expected the meeting of ]\Ir. I Tudor's party 'will be held until just , prior to the re-assembling of Parlla- 1 ment. Prohably the Senate elections will be held in May 6r June, when the Liberal ?virt Minieter'al parties will possibly pomjblne -thPlr efforts to wipe out the Iyhor candidates. 1 tlntil then it is ev.nectP'l the Tjiberal Dnrty will support the Ministry in its war n&lky. '

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ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. SYDNEY, Tuesday. The Fortune Hunter is favorite for the Anniversary Handicap at an extre mely short quote. His nearest attend ant beinsr Quarale, with Canzone close handy. Then three points away come Fantarie ana Narivo followed by The Christian Brother, Wedding Day, and Lady Minnie. The absolute outsiders are Dave Whitton. and Karanaud King.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

PRODUCE MARKETS. ?SYDO&KY. Trcsday. Quotations: Wilieaten oh a it. prime, 5/. g(ff»d Al, med'um 3/(i, inl€Tior 2/ to 2/J0~; oaten chaft, medium, 3/9, inferior 2/11 to 'il ; lucerne c-nah, uupr'or. .)/H ; lucerne, hay medium 'I/, inferior 3/3 to -,/i pumpkins, inferior 2/. Lucerne chaff from Nnitt. Tamwcrlli, 3/3. e=ss==!;=s=s-!S!^^

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SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. SYDNEY. Tuesday. In the dairy produce market butter, oggs, cheese, bacon ,and' ihoney were firm, l.lifiro was a heavy drc.p in yeillnw maize. H.unte-r River luocn-n© hay receded 5/ rer ton. Prjno dry gicen birought £2/15 to £3. dry stacked £2/5 to £2flMi rain washed interior from £1/10. Potatoes, nvire dull and price* lowm-. brst Clav cinca £4 a ton. Othcis were Vwird to quit from £1/10 to C3. Vic+orinn p!nk eyes £5 a ton. Onions fell. 10/. Vic torian globes £9 to C9/10 a ton. Arriv als totalled 1200 hasp. Poultry was cheapen-. Roosters 2/0 to (-/ pair, bens 3- +0 \\l ptn'r. ducks 2/o +0 .')/(- pair, drakes 6/ to 8/0 pair. nw,zo 3/fl p.iir, oat.- 2/7 Uj 3/1 per bushell.

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SCRATCHINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

SCRATCHINGS. ?SYDoran, Tuesday.. A..I.C. Races: A..J.U. 'Kb. Leger: Gol den Sihoe. Garottear (dea-l), Journal, Belgian M,aid, Fixed Bayonet

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MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH. SPECIAL SATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

MARKET REPORTS. ' 'JTAMWORTH. ?- ^ /' SPECIAL SAfm4.E SAXE s Gaiviu. .uid Coufccns Lmintedj. »(iepoit '' h.ivinof hold tJior Special Cattle Sale on , Flniday Just J9tllii jnabant/i when they r^, yarded over -tno-j thousand Jiead; com,- ' , pnsirt^ all descriptions. Taking the yaiding 41s iy whodoitho qualitty w'as well abovd tho average tliat have vbeen dffeir- ?? - ing, and'Jt ntfciidled buyeis an excel lcpfc oppoibunity of filling thoir-ieq\4rements \, Tito nJulotionoeas als'o th© T-Ttjeii- -Amis at -v bile; disadvantage owing to [heavy rain ' ' .ill day, and buyois wete'loatli -boi;tiamp through the mud iahd elusli Howevdr they sold (1^00) nftaen htm&i ed- ihfead -at places quite in 'keeping with' late' latcs, '? and the &ale mjis gonsideicd a giWt ,' ' SllClCCSS i 1 l ' 3 yeai olds W 5611/10, 2 yoate to £ll, ' weaiuas, to £7, cows and calves to £1:1/10 ' ' ^V my c«»lf to -fiia.1 -ink cow? to £1,0, - heifais (Hfeiofoids) to £12/2 t, , , Tliey isoW ,6n acewunt1 of ...

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WORLD'S PEACE IDEALS FORMULATED BY PRESIDENT WILSON. Historic Speech to Senate. Jancert of Powers to Enforce Peace. LONDON, Morning [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

WORLD'S PEACE IDEALS FORMULATED BY PRESIDENT WILSON. ' Historic Speech to Senate. ~ Jancert of Powers to Enforce Peace. LONDON*' Moiidav. A AYa.-.hin-r,tiii 111 « l..i«e.' ^.ites iho President e«pios.sed a waH to address utie jslcnatc on the qin'slion of foreign relations. Ararngomi'in* are being matie -iL'cordinglj'. No I'rot. di'iit since. Wasih inirtcm has nddrease the Somite. '1'he P,K'iiident'.--) purpose is unknown. It i.s believed it has some- legation to niteir natonal acton to onfrree inteniat.onal law -. and treaties. Lnter. IVesidon.t Wilson addressing the Arapr 'flm senate re-viowcd the internationjll situ«tion since tlio seeding of the p caco m.te. antl ^.t ittd tint ps, wo result ot the Entcnto reply the definite discusjion 01 peace al o disc uvs;ow ol an inierniilion al concert to prevent future wnr was no^iible. Ho declared tlie tciitnnt'on ot some ..iipIi roncort lnu^t follow1 tiio «ar. Tt was inconceivable tint the Unitpd States t.honld not tnke part in the -y-eat ...

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CLEARANCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

* CLEARANCE SALE.j !' [?]

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ISON'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

ISON'S PICTURES. At the above Picture Pala/-o today at 3 p.m. ateo to'-l-'ght at 8.-°-0 WilVam Fox rrmei^s Nnnoe.'0'N«ill in t'he- five-part dramntio .photo-pJav h' Fnn,k Powell, ptifile'l 'A' Woman's T*i-i?-t'/: Tno cm prcw of ,«,niQHon, in a. ««?.?' ft — strcne — vivid poiiraya'l of,t?'^ li,nVjih+.« rf Ar tvitu-y. In Sedition -i full supposing p'l'o gramtne will ho (Viit.'b?-«-'1 cf cn-''lv. drn -'',+ ic nnd toiv'c-al oubi«'ts. The mnn ''oiwt ai''fflinrn ti'flt io imii'i-ow nijrlii Tbmisday. Jiinu/ivv ''.'Jtb. Wlliam A. p, H.i ? ^«..H ]-M,V1 f'Vivton pud C'l1 IvIp P.'no'.-ivo1! in 'I'1' .linmmi nlav i'f the ri-v ;-i fiv-»''»— ? ---nt'Vnal -li auntie .ii'ts, 'A Wc^r.nn'fi AVav.' ?' . «vr\\P'Y Tiii«a-.v Tho fJiive-nment l''s wrtiolJy dpf'i I ???'.'lnl. Xvdnr.y j---tfl;l'rs innv keep Ibc'i ? \nn-i fv'c^i ini T'i'vfrlnv 'ic1^ npvt nv *',-fi «f Friday wJiieh will be a public holidaj^^

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FARMING & MINING INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

FARMING & MINING INVENTIONS. - 'Messrs. Griffith and Hassel, l'atent A--torneys(i of. 77 Castlereagh-street Sydney report that, the following appli cations for patents connected with the farming, and' mining industries have T. M. Yoimgherry:' 'Itnwovcmenf.s in .^aa-vesting -machines,'' . Filed 3rd Jan uary*' i - ?«.'. G. Ayluier: 'An 'improved aufco inatic gear for the raisins and lowcriiir' ot harvester 'combs.' Filed 4th Jan 1:1 fry. ?Rmlge-Wliitworfch U-i.' and J. V. I Put'lu 'Improvement1? in vehicle wheel covering discs and tho method of at -u.H-uuiu siiino. I'.iica aid Jnnuuuv. ' , '? 1-J- .timber: 'Improved apparatus for a-tomiainp: liquids, especially applic able for supplying water wider presume ift.Vsprnr form for use with rock drills,' Jnlod 3j-d January. ' ?'?\V. T. AVcstone: 'An improved elec tive- or, mechanical horse or poultry fee ttor.' Filed 9th January. .A Tliii'sell: 'Improvements relating to Wio ,coiistniction and lining of {.lmfi walls- to obviate leaka...

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German Raider Sunk. BY BRITISH CRUISER GLASGOW. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

German Raider Sunk. BY BRITISH CRUISER GLASGOW. (Renter's Telegram.) ^ LONDON, Mondiiy. ' a 1'ei'namiviu'ca. mtsbago says tnat a German j-aider believed to bo tlie Vin fvta wliicli wrought such havoc to allied sh'pping in the South Atlantic has been sunk by tho .British cru'eer Glasgow a hundred and tlnVty m'.lo.s off Para. 1 According to .the generally laccepted-ro- j j-ort received nt Pernambucco' altliougli vie. report i.s not officially confirmed th© .previous reports of tho raideir's position indicate that tlio news i.s authentic. Router's R.io de Janicro correspondent ? siys: Jiesides -the battleship Deodoro the C-ivornment is pending out; a scout ves sel to Kio Grand© to pa.trol tho Nortih «irn sea board afiaini-t the activities' of the raider An unconfirmed, report states tlnat in t'bo Gulf of Afex co fiennfln vessels lujve been using, tbo Britirfi and United States flag. Two German fih.ips which arp in terned at Rio de .Taniero were discover ed to be preparing -to escapo. T...

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MARKET REPORTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

/market reports.; SYDNEY. , t . ty.ai.ii. ana y. -jc-., J-.DU., vcek.lv pro diieo report, 20th January, 1917.— .Rabbit Skins : In1 the ab&anoc of wlea tins week, previous aiiction values are repeated: 30 tpnp were catalogued which roimywmW an accumulation of, 3 -neeks , . Th'ere was an excellent shippind donancl 'and. rallies were quite up to 'those* rul HiK before tlie nirr----s- Quotations- — Bret bucks 29d to 31Jd : rrPod bucks 2Gd W 28d: modi-urn 'bucks 21d to 2.3d; mixed sorts, 17d to 20d'; small's and racks. lCd to-19d; 'best doe.s 21d to 23d; average ? iW,-: l'd to 19'd; gutted bucks best IJU'l to 23d; gutted does best 0*d to 13d. . Kangaroo. I-V;c, AVallaby and' Opossum S'.-ins: Tu-tlie absence of sales Ibis week. Kangaroo,. AValalroo. AVallaby, and Goat ', Skins — The best sorts were doarer, whilst other grades were without inaicilal change.. , » . , ^heep Skins: 97,889 were offered as compared with 50,017 the previous 'week. Stronir competition wae-'met with for a]...

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Russian Political Crisis. PEOPLE BOILING WITH INDIGNATION. Responsible Government Demanded. LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 24 January 1917

Russian Political Crisis. PEOPLE BOILING WITH INDIGNA TION. Responsible Government Demanded. ' (Renter's Telegram.) r,OXDON. Monday. A Petrograd messa^o «ayh the effect o the Czair's rescript i.s doubtful, because b'io conntiy ie boiling with indigna.t!on Kiranst the. Government. One paper comments that the rescript offers no respon«» to the demands of the l-i-ma, tlio public «nd tho army for a responsible Government. The time for *.nppirnciil concessions such as the. 111m ouredi alleviation of the Jewish restrict ions 'lira passed. 'IM10 internal crisis l1© 11''1 :ns unalayed. The, 'Rmsskoe Slovo1' says the people everywhere are strongly in favor of rad ical changes in tho system of Govern n-ent, pointing out that Kngland, and Vranco have not vsniffored by the reform during the war. The In-each beitwpen '.ho nation and its rulers hns widened de 1'lnraUy. A Peti'OEiiad me«pa-re- (jtntrs seventeen cf the most important personages pre- I n-nted a petition to tlie highest quarters draw...

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