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BRITISH LABOR PARTY AND THE WAR. Lloyd George's Congratulations. Conference and After War Problems. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
BRITISH LABOR PARTY AND THE WAR. Lloyd. George's Congratulations. Conference and After War Problems! i ' : LONDON, Wednesday. The British Labor conference loudly cheered a message from Lloyd- George congratulating Mr. Henderson on the decision of Labor to share the respon sibility of directing, the war. ? The .conference passed a resolution urging that the1 work ot re-settling dis banded soldiers and 'munition workers should be handed over to the National, Tvndns Unions instead of philanthrop ists 'or recruiting authorities. i he Labor Minister, Mr. HodRO, as sured tho conference that -the Govern ment would use the trade unions to the utmost in connection with tho matter. - The conference also passed n resolu tion urging the Government to make, all airaiiRomcnts in anticipation of demobi lisation.
CLEARANCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
CLE'ARANfcE' SAtE. Attention' is di,wn to . a clearance 'lo ivhiQlr takes ,-,liMvj ,& Mr.' P.. Moon- Js farm. Wiirton, about 12 nulca. la-ai\i anraortli,- on: Snturd«y, J«muw''y 27th_. Je hoises will be found a koc-1 1«V «'-l »e liU-nnng inncdimpry is in tip'-to'i\ ™ftmg older. - On account -of Mr. Hun 1,1-f1ul(luis-hiinlK fanning, evory »ng vjiU'lwfoi-riijlit ouit' bomv fide »rt ic U^'ctioneeis arc A. L. Ste «'ni - y^° Wltt 1)c vei'y. pleased 10 wpply any information.
GENERAL WAR CABLES. WILSON'S SPEECH. Interference Resented in Britain. "Peace Without Victory" a Farce. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
GENERAL WAR CABLES: WILSON'S SPEECH. Interference Resented in Britain. ''Peace Without Victory' a Farce. k (Keuter's Telegram). LONDON, Wednesday. A London paper declares that Presi dent Wilson's rei'ereu-je to peace with' out. victory is absolutely bewildering, in view of the German crimes. The 'Morning Post,'' in a criticism, sajs; 'A Cter .listening most interestedly to President Wilson's instructive essay on the art of re-constructing the world, we respectfully beg leave to continue the war.'' The Solicitor-General, referring to the Allies' reiuso.1 ot the insolent iier mau peace offering, asked did any man of sense or spirit on this side ot the water, or any side ot any water, imagine it prudeai, piacticabie, or even toier aole to contemplate a future wherein presumptuous pride and unscrupulous brutality were not deteatedand over-' thrown. We would win lor Europe and humanity the countless blessings of an enduring peace. Kalian newspapers unanimously con domn the speech as high...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
^HAT^SOUTH BROOK? i ?oVlet^himts. SS ^r ?hT1 hlnts bn *n°'t-j'et: Into thA i I Iji0l°n9 Fluid rubbed 5 tack t7,?t8 qulcMy ' M w RfRy I»0Udye-; v$* onatural --coJor- K-b ? tar fiiihi '^r:— Fuid Hyasol stops ? ?Wrn&W1?1 **'«'«' and' itch' ? We Tvl *t the,halr grow thick 'and lon'g. Iltleawth!t'w0 w?aUler, or ill-health ?M«thW.^? !S,B cfear.'^h, fc£lr'aiiti I ftnng 'and in f Ces a ' pla!n ' W* faoe I M? ' y ? lovoly- Price 3/9 - ( postage I^Sif^™1.^^'1 Balm batitWK-' I Y»ugef Hie' above from' .; CAfilJAIj ...GOLTOfflj (ADVERTISEMENTS ? accompanied by I ' cash for this column, aro inserted at the jato of 18 words for 1/, and -6d * for each additional 9 words, or part - thereof. An additional charge of 6d „ is, made for booking. j ? WANTED.^ ? . WANTED.'— Good Womin Cook. Apply, with 'reference 'to Mrs. Nivison Ohio JWalcha. ^NTEDT^-At tli6 New England Girls7 School;, Armidale, Two Housemaids. Apply, with! references to the Matroi. WANTED. — A 099k General. 'No wasV -ing 'or. iro...
PRESIDENT WILSON'S NEWEST NOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
PRESIDENT WILSON'S NEWEST NOTION. Thwo f-ecuin tu lie cunetliiiig of the vaudeville urti-t wbout President Wi'l rson. r lie is always' breaking ou1 in a now place. ,' He appears to be pafesion atety. loud of .the limelight, and when one 'j'i' 'his' felav 'turns'' r-hows figiih of paKirfg produces another cuicnUifed to make him the subject of thfc worlds taik. ?! Lie . jVIHcs must lie geking very -?weary of President \Yilsoii. He will t-vjii become a problem 'with t'lievn. No Sooner do they politely answer his Motes wild explain to him Iwiv impossible it is fo forego their vital national inspira tions 'from a spirit of ehivalric devotion lo high 'idealism, than 'lie diverts their iit'fccniiun fi'vin the g'rini business of the war by tonic fresh and r-tarfling an nonucenicni. His speech to the Ameri can S'c'nute' ha 3 set the world asi'Oii again. There is a great danger that it (liu.Aliics d.J- nut effectually ^quolch j'ro^deut 'WiKun lie will siu-cei'd in haimperJig llieir actions tu...
SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
sDBfitfstftfitf wfAftkE*r's? '' SYDNEY,. .Thursday.',.. I ''Hough shipment® of batter, from By I pra B»yrvflnd the' CUtronoe River,, arriv 1 ed too kite' tq-day there was plenty on I tie m'arkoCCase eggs weie entirely ncaT } lected ancfit'Sras almost fenpossible' to' I obtaiii bscon oi ihains for prompt tleliv-' I ery. Hie Hunter .River' contributed -t»o ? onyl 00 bags, of , potatoes , on, the m&rkat^ |-wWisoliat'9/. Onions were unh&ihg.- I ol at 9/ to 10/. Oats i\eie firm at an I adrance on the puices lecoidcdj earlier I a thb week. Panne dry' yellow maize ? to dull «* 2/6; eggs 8-A to 9id doz; I ponlirj SjB'.und drikts 3/ to 4/,
LATE MARKETS PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
0ATE MARKETS PRODUCE' MARKETS: ! ! ' \ i ' SYDNEY,'1 Thursday. fWitlitioAs'tfeien ot lo hnn «t Alex-' W'trfW and values' weakened.' °'to«!tW 'Wh^ton'oliaft ^ood 4/6;. £ 8/9, infciior 3/2; oaten duff S'% ii 4/6, medium 3/9,- inferior 3/ 1 Si/Si looMpe-aff -mcdrani 4/0,*. 6/ ;? tarn h&b&.W to, 5/, anfcdiW4/, Kr 3/3 to 3/6; pumpkms medium 2/b to 2/7; potatoes prune) 9/ .to 9/2, med 1 Sales' Lucerne chaff faom Sims Bros. Ncmwgiia 4/9; Suns, N«ninglw,- w*. 3/11 ? Juosrne liny iiom Moitib, bcon-- m' Otaffey,.,Nemingho. passed 1/10; liioonll'' Bridle}* Tamworth, no offer: KMhiiP, pSoct 1/11; potaWs car j (jlen'Irafiki'O/j'p ba«$B (atasfaCtiuHt 6/6.'
TAMWORTH POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
I TAMWORTH POLICE COURT.' ? At llit 'Police Coul;t yesteu'day before ? Mr. H F. Roberts P.MTTnoi'G-ncly on B remand ivas cliuigcd -with -t,-\i!i 12 :i set ? oi knKSS.ofitlie1 van* 'of £2/10' at 1 HalMlo. B Mr England appeared on behalf of ar il lusedtovMi^O'HuJtoran nnd'appliod foz ? n remand* foi; j8' days. H Sergt^ Sinclitir ' who comcl m-tecl tlio'! B preeMo'n' opposed. ' Ho said.' he had'! Hkdhrofefrt all his witnesses? there 'and I ? it no«H1caWa''good deal of meonveri- ? H ience. -, '!'? ? Tlio'P.JI/Scailed thqf witnessed1 in.} told'' H them 'difcMtlant's solicitor was ' away; H/iouiftf-jt-tliilt defendant should' have B» drtnco'to 'defend 'ihwmsplf;' and- 'asked. Hj tlie lire witnes6cs if tJiey could attend ? sgtim irithnut muoli inconvenience. , ;i four saw^bey could and dw-n'fth.&aid ho Ho'uld, bo^put to considerable trouble but unlev tile circimuftanccs ?« as -willinp to attend. Hio'defcifdant was remanded till 'next llninsfe' „, , ! , ;ipiEGBI- 'ASSAULT! , ' . .— ...
HOMEBUSH MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
I HOWEBtlSH MARKETS. I ' sV,h\rir.v 'it,..,.vio^ I (MWavded 1160. The in :r!:jr, u.is, i flnn. Bost Ixiefbi bug.' . 35/ , «c-S 'iud «£? |infeiior,45/W10Olbs. Bullocks £13 to I £2fi, cmt.B to £18. I Sheep i&iMd'loOO,) ' Tro n'n-lsfc va-' 1 1/ toXtetiei^- 'Wether*, if 'to'^r, »? Hs * 1 20/ to 35/.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
. ^-.o. „,,,.„ ..„,.. „,,„ -BU8INE88- NOTICES. - ?' *' - ,1 fy^ — : — » — ^ — ?- — - — --?* *'^iiiirrr~*~iii'i' ? '~ ?? '.''71' v-'-' For INFANTS*. INVALIDS; ^^S^S|' ^^^^^ —Sir Ch»i. A. Cameron, C.B., M.D. mUs' ^l& ^0^ '?^?0 Sfr '- A Motiir'«,Te^mony:,Mrs J;Kai-j,'6, RocWngham Road. Donca-iler. writes'-' DOCTOR ? , - ' „, ADVISED; If E TOM31VE .MY TWIN BOYS OF SIX WEEKS OLD YOUR N EAVES FOOD.'' ? 9 ? ? I have reason' to be grateful to my 'Doctor for his, advice. jxcausc I have never 'lost a night's rest with any of my children, and they have cut their teeth without any trouble. Your, lfaod also does / Zr away with all need of medicine and castor -jil. '— 2Z«rf Aug^sl, 1912. a „.»,,,„., ?,! 5^ .British MedicAl Journal; ' Well adapted'foi the usi'of children and 'aged people' ? V r much used by 'mothers nursing and by invalids ' ' / ' '.'' Has for many years boon used In tho Russian Imperial Famjly. , , _,.„ ! . .Hearly 00 Years' Reputation. COLD HEOALS-^ondon, tOQO'jUpoa; qjs...
P.P. BOARD INSPECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
P.P.' BOARD INSPECTORS. 'In tho published report of tbo law worth P.P. iBoar'd inspectors for I)*®?' bor it whs stated 'that t.ho assistant ui speofcors travelled .in the uffrcgat-) 1-U' It should lubve been 1188 miles. , , Such of the cable news on this page. so headed has appeared in 'The Times, and is cabled to Australia by special permission. It should be understood that the opinions, arc not those of !'Pe ?Times,' unless expressly stated to w so. - ' . i
TAMWORTH HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
TAMW0RTH HORSE SALE. Messrs. Landers and Gautrcll ngJ'' advei tr.--.e- in tli's- issue t.hat tlic-i.r noxi lioi'io fc.ilo a.t Tarn-worth tukia- pww ? f Monday, Tuesday find AVedn-.bdjy 1» 2Gtih and 21tt . February. -Owners »re now booking 'up freely and they e^P'1' to yard 000 Jieud at tho very least- lll0) ask intending iselleis, to kindly coni««uu ca to, with, them a.t onco 'and secure a I fjoud position 'on /bho sale. I
FEDERAL SITUATION. Three Obstacles to Coalition. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917
FEDERAL SITUATION. ? Three Obstacles to Coalition. SYJ3XEY, Thursday. A wire from Melbourne says that throe things that are considered to have further complicated the already mixed Federal position are the emphatic state nicu'ts ol' Mr. Cook that the Liberals could not ioin Mr. Hughes' new parry. Sir William 'Irvine's condemnation at Caudenong of ' the proposed three-party coalition, and Senator Gardiner's, asser tion that if Mr. Hughes expected to got into recess again as leader of a minor ity party he was making -a big mistake.