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SHUTTING OUT AMERICAN PACIFISTS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

SHUTTING OUT AFRICAN PACIFISTS. ([{.outer's. TolegRuu.) LONDOX, Thur.sdav. Tret-idcut 'Wilion'h ucooo programmo U' .bofor© tho Cinadijin Pai-liamcnt. StMuutur Popo gave notice of a resolut ion that only eoimtrrcs pni-ticipating m tho war are entitled to panticipate in tlie .peaco negotiations.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMINWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Fine and Sultry Inland. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. - ' Fine and Sultry Inland. -' '' ' ' ' ' .SYDXKY. t'ridav. -IJi^li pressure uilucli. 'has -bocn centered . ., owxl- -tilio Kvglifc for 'the pa^st' two days has extended ejit-wai'd and joined forces w&iAi ouo over New Zealand. The nion ??biooiial depJ'-te»:on v'l-.;t'li covers tlie {jreu ',tw* 'part of Avsti-ailia. .Gws al.?o movfd further on&bfa-rd. At 9 a.m. tiiis morn hi'g it did not show the ,%'aan-» amount of eiKyJ »i.y 'til rv 'luio -.*o;ii»ij ?'.$ on 1^10 i-revi«us ? day.' A suiaJl centre Iwa. formed in the «-Cj4U-rn dic-t.r.'icts of Quuiiiishuid.'- S«it . t«i'ed .showers may be expected alont; tlie coii'-t with moderate tompcratuifs. Jfjue t,n'-try -H-eatlier inland hud ensterly

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUBMARINE SHELLS BARQUE. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

SUBMARINE SHELLS BARQUE. (Keutor'a Telegram.) L0X.D0X. Tliursdav. Tho Xonvt'jyau barque Jvaiitcn liom Lfj.irre to Xow York 'wai» alioJled twice by a Gorman .submarine in tin; English Oiiauncl. T.he galley was shot .sway, 'lilio submarine ceased finng on t-ho »p prGiioh of a Britiali' patrol vessel.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAMWORTH CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Continental on the Oval. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

TAMWORTH CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Continental on the Oval. ? ' Tho tV-ys. sports jcouchided with an ojidii-mar WcMwe Show and Ooiit'n-enUiJ of ,tJie oval in the evening, attended by j it r- i * 4 ?? iui pP-v' of ''jpactiitors. 'nic*1 J*i|-e-baud opened -the progj-ainnie witli an inspiriting psi-fvnnauce -which was fol lowed liv ii n exIi'K+'ion of d«ncuig by tlio Tfisjo-'winn'ei-s *\f the 'principal events. These m'et w'Wi hearty upplnure. iiinildr o.»iyi-»-:i«tiioii .being atenrded to 1'lnei1 l|Vn)dlays«n o'i his iv.petit'on -f iW pcr fonn-.aiics. vrli-'h i'fljnod -''i» n^i-.u' '('',-? which vras duly presented io 'him. Tlie - ufrtws included T.he I'iim.-i -.-i' H-.j-ls H,u«l Sparks, mid iho olfia'dl \\-n- 1'J.in sTio'HiiJK-JJrH.ir'h 4«ldi«.i's x«mii 'n ?;''ve I fvoiii Frnn-A..'CiCoa-t-'] .:(;.-t.» ''?-? U^i'- , uel. Ky. dAi-Urbyiars.1 ami .ie.ro »tJ.U'2i. -Uf , $To4vm-»'+i w^re sold 'V '!?'.- ni.'i'1- '- _- j of Uio ^'est. T-in.,iv6rv:i AVinii'.-i.-f A:«-/--.- at',(iu. 'IIIkj wli/'le ir...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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KAISER'S BIRTHDAY FESTIVITIES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

KAISER'S BIRTHDAY FESTIVITIES. LOXDOX. Thursday. An Amsterdam message &ayi- t-Jie yov eiimieuti is 'booming tlio Kilmer's biith day ai-rangciuioat on Saturday. Tlio Kai .v i- ihas ordered a contort on tlio rool of tli« palaico for the ou'tahAiicut rui the u]-ow-te below. ' ' \'om\ a«M'.Us' retnsu'ks: Tiiii is very u'.'jo. but it is not food.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE TELEGRAMS. WAY TO WIN THE WAR. Drop Strong Party Feeling. National Ministry Wanted. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. \ WAY TO WIN THE WAR. ' ^,J j Drop Strong Party Feeling, y j ^ Natioral Ministry Wanted. ! . j SYDXIvV. I'VnJav. Speaking at. tho lunclioon in ccuinec lion with tho (inniversary regatta^ Sir Gerald Strickland, referring to Austra lia's part in the war, said sho had -lone .p'entlidly as far as voluntary recruritiug was concerned. The kceuest and besl. men in the country had answered l.hc Empire's- call.- It behoved those who had net. done so to consider at one© trie cry for men. !Mr. David Storey said there was no anxiety with the State Government at .present because they had got a. National party. He believed the hearts ? exf the public would be gladdened if Air. Cook would consent to 'the early formation of a National party in the Kederfll Parlia ment. If this could be brought about it .vould do fi lot to assist Australia in win. ?.ling, the war and also do away -with t'he '.irons party feelings that existed to |day.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON THE WESTERN FRONT. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

6N THE WESTERN FRONT. (.Renter's Telegram.) LOXDOX. Thursdav. A FrtaicJi communique buys: A Cror uuiu eoup dii uuiiii atier a Sijoavy bom .l»0JT.lnit3ai- tiirt-o luIoin,icti'-!S- souitli east oi Bori-p AuLkic 1 aided. Tlio enemy loft tie id on the field. Two enemy aeroplanes woro brought down, includiiiig Lieut. Gur utnier'fc twenty-se-ven-tih.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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"SICK AND TIRED OF IT." Federal Minister at Constant Labor Trouble. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

'SICK AND TIR£D OF IT.' Federal Minister at Constant Labor Trouble. . ' SYDNFA7. Kridav. In the course of a reply to & tfepnta ion of carpenters' Senator Lynch, Fed iral -Minister for 'Works and Railways, said he was 'becom'inK weary of what ap ?jesred to bo the interminable strife in i Bounection with ?Government undertai ng;-.. Jleu were clamoring for w,ork on he ono band and were carping I critics on the ottoer. 'We are building cars for the trans continental railway,' ine remarked, wihich hre etiual if not superior to. aay ?;ar* built in Australia. It is not desired _o extend the, works. It is a. fact theh-a 's Q'ardly a ttuug t fie' Government takes uiv w-hich does not brine on trouble. 1 l.m r.,etting sick and Wred of it.'

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAR COUNCIL. Definite Answer Wanted from Dominions. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

WAR COUNCIL. Definite Answer Wanted from Dominions. (l'libU-'lu'd inn 'The TJmes'.) -LONTJOX. 'I'hur^clav. Tim ''J'hiies' aay-! iuuhorit-ativelv that tlia Govormnent telegraphed the IXhuii in:i:» irqucstiiig thoni io name tho ear liest date dn wlilcA tlieir rcyresoiitatives cm 'arrive in 'London. Ti is bclipvod t-ir Hobcj'i- Honlen is coming. ^lr. HiurIicr is rcgimX'd at sinionu: tho nncevtainties

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWSPAPER WILL NOT APOLOGISE Tasmanian Assembly Incident. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

NEWSPAPER WILL NOT APOLOGISE Tasmanian Assembly Incident. SYDNJiY. Fridav. There, is as yet no sign or an apology 1-ro.'n th.e Hobart 'Mercury'' to the Ho 'w.rt Legislative Assembly for the al ea^d insinuations in a leader on the sa t robe , shale oil purchase proposition. Commenting on t-ho situation the '5R-rcury' Imitests aga.inst Uie extiwi -rdinary hig-h-handed procedure, fend tdds: \\'e are offered a chance of re itoro.tic.n to favor if we make an apology wt cli would mean that we ii&d1 surrejn 'eii:d our right of free comment on M\ ir.uters which may come before Parlta ncnt. Such a surrender would bo a grave betrayal of the trust we hold. .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

PRODUOIiI MAJUO0TS. The Tioma Station iMarke-tg were again puaotically glutted las-t week, supplies of potatoes, hioerno chafE and nuvizo in pa.r ticnlar being far 'in excess of require ments. Owing to the verv low rates ruling for even the primest potatoes it is probable tlrat faiiiiers will quickly see the wisdom of restricting their consign ments ; if they take this stem the mark et will shortly regain a more healthy tone. J/iioOT)io chaff is but little in do- j maud, although for specially choice lots there is a faiirly good market. Not much of this class comes to hand. Maize still reniiaiucd very weak, and, the tendency it, for values to go lower. A little new seat-oil's grain arrived on Wednesday. 'ljlji(o.u yh out the week supplres of potat ors wfero very heavy, and values ranged fiojn 1/6 to 'I/O. The latter price «as l-aid- for one of the choicest lines of tub ers ever offered m Roma Street, these b:-ing grown at Memerambi. The major ity oi auwchants are hob- hill-- stocked...

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THE ARROW THAT FLIETH (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER X.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

THE ARROW THAT FLIETH ? BY ' GUY THORNE, Author df 'Mantrap Manor,' 'When it Was Dark,' 'Made in His Image,' 'First It Was Ordained,?' 'A Lost Cause.' &c. &c ' - (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER X.— Continued. The commissary knew that Paleotti was oibviousHy going in fear of his, as sociates, whoever they nrigiht 'be. ^ jo wns ira,tuiial, therefore, in the police man's eyes, that the man, recognising l,he Englib'b peei' — and it 'must be ae membca-ed that upon the Continent an .ndubitable English peer is a very ^reat panaon indeed — should have avail id himself of the services of the acci dent to ensure Lord' Ballima's protec tio'n. 'You don't know, my'lord,' the com missary siaid, 'indeed, you cannot know, how dangerous it is to have anything to do with these people. It id fortun ate for you, though I say it with nil de t'eron'cc, that we have discovered cer tain .marks upon ,this man, and, indeed, dint he is already known to us by sig-ht a& i&ne of the group of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

CASUAL OOLIJOT ADVERTISEMENTS accompanied by qash ,for this column are inserted at jtlie'jato of 18 words -for ?!/, .and s6d fpr ,each additional ft words, or part thereof! An additional .charge o£ 6d is made for booking. ? ^ ? 'WANT.ED. ? WANTKD— Good Woman .Cook. Apply, Vith'' reference to Mrs. Nivison, Ohio, Walcha. ? ' ? \V;A^.TED.— Good ,Se\vinp; Woman, for -iprtnjght. Must understand adults' 'dosses. Apply, Mrs. .G. McArthur King, ;Goonoo .Goonoo. , WANTBD/—At~th e New 'England Girls' ' School; Armldale,' Two ' Housemaids. 'Apply, with references to the Matroi., WANTED.— A Cook General. No wash .ing, or ironing. Apply, Aubrey A. Cohen, Dentist, Peel-str,eet. WANTED.— A Farm on' the Share's. , pwner find everything .and take half. ? Apply, A.M., care ,of iTliis Office. WANT^D^A^Gooa BricMayer7~~about 10,pr 12 days' work. Appli J. A. Morgan, AVoolbrook. ? _ ? WANiTED.— To Buy 10 Bags Lucerne. Seed. Apply, with samples, , statiag . $rlce to A. Brownscoin.be, West Tarn worth. ? HM...

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THE FEDERAL INTRIGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

'JHlic Federal political siliiutiuii socins \-j have , developed iutj a. sordid intrigue. For works, now the public has bc.cn aai- j xiousiy ix waiting- the solution of a. posi- I lion -which Ols. daily bringing1 Australia int.? deeper discredit in t.bc eye= of Britain and the Allied. The party .spirit is burning at -white heat. The alleged disposition of all parties to place national ir.t events first is not being re vealed by events. Vfliot is clear is that : noifo of t'he three parties is anxious i» make any sacrifice of it= own particular j interests- For the -sake of the country- i The Liberal1;- and llug'heaites came to ji j s-urt of understanding for t-he f :rmution of 'a national x Government, to embrace the official Labor part y,v which holds a m-a|jori(y in the Senate. Official Labor. Lhougi'.i its leader Mr. Tudor, has rather contemptuously turned down the pno posal. The rank and file have let it he known that l.hey will h'ave nothing1 to do-wibli any Government which con...

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THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. Fine and s.'ltry inland; becoming hot a 11 (I unsettled. ' THE DAILY OBSERVER. t SATURDAY. JaNUaUY 27. 1917. THE FEDERAL INTRIGUE.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTHERN CROSS TOBACCO FUND [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

SOUTHERN CROSS TOBACCO FUND The Honorary Corresponding . Secre tary of tho Over-seas Olub, Mr. G. A. D Simpson, gratefully acknowledges contributions to tho Tobacco Fund for soldiers and sailors-.as follow: — .Mr. H.1 S.. Secomb; Fannei-s and Gra ziea-s' ofiiW 1/ ; Dr. Sexton, Tamworth 2/ ?v[iis.s Hinehiings, Tainwoith' .3/; Mis. Northmore Westdale 1/; Mr. J. H. Wood Abbeylonds. Tamworth 2/; Miss B. Hut ch ings, Tamworth 3/; Mrs. Trim, Cale donian Hotel, Tamworth 6/; Mjs. Liston Tarn worth 3/; Mr. G. A. D. Simpson, -Taiiiworth 2/; Mr. Eu Wyndham, I-ar- uka. Tamworth 4/ ; Miss Wyndham, Cad1 tlijii^eiJstreet, Tamworth 2/; Miss A. King. Post Office Hotel, Tain-worth £1/0/6 ; Mrs. Geo, Lo-wer-*treot, Tam w-xhh. -2/ ; AfJss Pagett, Marius-street Tamwoi-tli 2/; Mre. 14iiston Kng, 'Hie l'.irk', Goouoo Goonoo 5/; Miss Nina thf;, Ba«n Baa Uotel, Baan Baa, 1/; Miss Alice Loe Baan Baa Hotel,' Baan B'ia 1/ ; Miss Elfreda Lee. Baan Baa Ho'- t«J. Baan Baal/; Mis. M. Koroe, -Post OBice. Tamworth 4...

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ENOGGERA STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

' KXOGGBltA. STOCK SALES. Supplies of sheep and lambs at the Kn ogUei-u, sale yards last week were on the light and with competition somewhat krton values .roso bj- about 2/ por head, 'nio number of sheep penned was 3200. And. the quality of the animals wero rather higher than at the two previous sales. Buyers wore active throughout', and tbo whole of the pens were cloarDd w'tlhouf difficulty. Prime mutton sold at , 54*1 'per Ib, and in places n Uttlo hnchcr. j CroJbbred ?« ethers ' from Moiut jRussell 1 cairyiiie: good fleeces topped »hi' marKct witli '33/6 ]-er bead.'' '-jln the lamb pens flifero warp 439 animal's, mostly well grown, and values .about ruled about 2/ hughe* than the previous week. Woolly ciostbrcds -realised 17/6 to 27/6, mer inos 21/6 to 23/. Thie-re was a much ho.ivier supply of cattle in consequence oi wihic-ir--v«lii«is--tl«|»i'eejated:'--l)y'-f(bont- 2Ci per hond. Hie yarding comprised 301 bullocks and steers and 20 1 cows and hoifei.s, the qtiality of the ani...

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STOCK MOVEMENTS. TAMWORTH RED CROSS SOCIETY. Farmers' Day. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

STOCK MOVEMENTS. 20 Bams, Gouttnirn to Bofrgabrij F. S. L. Floib oivner. per rail. 237 E-H-cs. Ouwabubula to Wep Waa, H. B. Proafcor on-nei', H. Campbell m aharge :-li9 Oattle, Dunhy to Quinndi, A. Turn bull owner, B. Carpenter in charge. ICo Ifiwcs, Mores to liaraaba, D. Kolahei owner, K. Baktn- in cihn.i-g3. 600 wethers More© to Ban-aba J. Smith „..,!' ts t r*' _in ? ? r (-i pji ana ir. j. jveny owiior, ,). Kmitn. iii aharge. 14 .Fat Outtle, More© to Flemingtoii, J . .- tl. 'Snv.fch ottner, ptir rail. 15 3£ixpc1 Cattle, .Cunrabubula to Tam \vbrtili, W. ITowlett owner and in charge. 75 Oc-hs, 61 calves, Tiamworfch to Win lon, H. J. Moxon^ owner, C. Walker in | charKO. j 200 lambs, Ldonnberaili to Tamwortli, i P. J . Cox owner and in chai-ge. 037 Ewes,, 13 Kr-ois Tainww-tli to Wil- I lo'.v .-Tree., W. II. Up ton owner, A. 3.\' \\ oiT'id in charge. 98 Mixed sheep. Currabubula to ITloni- | ..iigton, Jcs. I-f. JIncICay owner, pea- rail j 4.80 Wctuhoi-s, Upper Ilorton to Biui- ' ilarra,...

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BRITISH LABOR CONGRESS. Demands After the War Socialism. Not Faverable to Immediate Peace. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

BRITISH LABOR CONGRESS. Demands After the War Socialism, j Not Favorable to Immediate Peace, j LONDOX. TImr«d«v. 1 THio Hritjs.iria.lMM1 confereuco passed a rcjoiutioni in favor of n tax of not loss than fifteen sliilluigri in tlio pound on un (?nm«l 'nconuj to lnwit tlie cost- of the wur: also for tlio. nationalisation of the bunks, direct taxation on land values, adult, suffrage, -.uitl ..negotiations bo twt-on tho trade -unions qnd employees in «;ao'u iiidu.Mtryi n view of the settlement of mdiif.-fcrinl post war problems. T»_ ',nlon j\ Ain't* ii /It: -il^iirVv^wi1- iv*i* i* i-£ii)4:W)iiK'. T.Ue tionfercnco c«~.rr;«u. a resolution b^ U98.000 to 696.000 again^ lioldiug an ititorna'tionail socialist -.-oiiforcuco Miuul urjcoiijly t\ii-li iho jisjicc conierence. but a 'notion For si conrorence of Allied soc ialists wa6 carried .by 1.030,000 to 4.(51. 000. A itosoluitiou ivai al-o tMirricd iiga.iaisi an. immediate peace offer by 1.097,000 t^) .'02,(XX).

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NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917

NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. (By Urbania.) Bishop AVcnbwoi-th-ShciLlds of Armidale with Mrs. Wentworth-Sho:ldi9 and their lamily arc .spend n,g a holiday at Nowra on the SouUi Oons.t. previous xo taking up residence at Araiidalc. * * - * To'-moiTPow night men aa-e specially in vitee! to +,hn Gvoniriir sfti-vim^ -'-'Ht. 'St. j Joihn'e Church of England, when tdie Rev. II. E. Taylor will preach. Mr. Courtney Hood, who has recently taken over -the conductorship cf tlio choir, will I give a. solo. ! ' * * ? Tilie Rev. P. T. Perkins, 'head-master of Uio Anmidale School has been visir ip,-; InverciU for tlie puaiprso of obtain ing yuhecnirctions to tho Bishop Cooper Memorial Eund ? * * ? Tho Ronwui Catholic diocese of Armi- ' dalo has suffered Joss in the death of the Rev. Father Ryan, a recently ordained priest who was about to sail from Ire land in order to work .in the Armidale dilocose. e -i- * * Last wook tho priests of the diocese of, Armidale were holding their anniual rcfcronib an th'&am...

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