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GENERAL WAR CABLES. WILSON'S LEAGUE OF PEACE. World-Wide Press Condemnation. "When Men are Angels." German Ideas. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
GENERAL WAR CABLES. WILSON'S LEAGUE OF PEACE. World-Wide Press Condemnation. 1 ''When Men are .Angels.'' ? German Ideas. l.ON'IXW. Thurftdav. '' Oojiwuents on the Wik-oii ])ojico spceuh aro world wcd«. It meets with general ivpiidiaibion. Tdio Sp-.uiibJi ]-reNS runsidors it ideal i.~fciu iiiwl ui)rw\sona,bk'. Tbo Miidrid ''Kpcca' n i'lWjpaippr kuvs:. 'When tlio Kiiprfiiie power is purged oi' p;\i«W0Ti can '?\ iiui'osc world wide .authority. When inen tiro angels tlio 'Wilson idealism will 1ki possible. 'llio 'TaglebhiW agrees with an in -t ♦i-iiat'oi)'i! lAirclaaisljf^, providing lor l'''u ?uec, rtinal and. Giibrnililar, and adds: I Tlio Kiit-eiite has undoviuiued and blown ! up sill |K'.i-'o. and the possibilities of ! peace is visible only on. the. mystic horJz- i on .-bC'ros-* the swi of blcod. j 'Mi& German press genornlly is con- ' iioniiiiitwy. , I l\-trofrii.id is sceptical, but praise i lJrcb;'l-»n-t. AYilnin'«. lo-f.fcy lnimanitaivjinisin | i)':cifis:n is illogical....
FROM WILLOW TREE TO MUSWELLBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
FROM WILLOW TREE TD MUS . WELLfiROOK. (From ouo' TravelHnjr OorrEGnonripnti': .AlK.hough.-Uio jvcatlreir ..has been 'both ?hot ;uu 1, flindjr ..thc.couhtiy a;id stock look well About 2flOO.ilM.ad of cattlo wore yarded jn, Miusw«llbii:ook last Tues day lor auction, , when fat bullocks ^l§hto -C16/?' Fltm'es £U'6-- fat c'^s *- 14/ 2 working bullocks hroun-ht £17 «;ieli, and 3 othei-s biwi&hifc £lo esich (raw. In passing tlirouis'i Blajidford 'the wi-rtcii- mot both Mr. John Perkins iiin , and Mr. J. E. Piu-eoll. Tlio latter is a na ti vie ot tho locality, «,ho 6peonlatos m stock ocnasaionnily jls well as being a sport. Tlio fornior d-?als lorjroly in stock v'dl,w,,y'e11 known in the North 'and iSorth-AVef.t Mr. Perkins, .reside.'! at ?I 'ok g CJreok. ho nb'o has ia property at V\'a.rar,h and is n mom.ber ol the Warl-ah aisa-o at wJiidi Oauncil iho is looked upon as m hvo man. Mr. Perkins both' breeds stook andi cultivates 'his: bind, which is r'™- B'wndford is a good ini-ming ...
MARKET REPORTS. SCONE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
MARKET REPORTS. '' , SCOXJ3. J. A.- Simpson and Co., report under date', 22»d instant: — We ', held a most successful store sheep and cattle sale in the Scone jards on Friday last, when we submitted to auction,' 3200 sheep, selling from this! uunjbcr 2300 head. ? 1229 cattle selling I 1138 head. , 'Sheep.— A good representative iittcn daii.ee oV sheep men from all parts, bid ding freely for al lots. Merino wethers made to 28/. ewes to 28/1, ewes in lamb to Lincoln rams 30/5, xbred Iambs to 2t/9. Cattle. — A big yarding of well-bred cattle' forward, principally locally bred, T.ost store bullocks made to £13/16/. sfcers to £12, cows to £0 /J«A cows and calves to £15/2/. poddies to £4/13/ Thorp v/i)s a good attendance of cattle buyer.s, and all lots with the exception ofa.'neu of Hereford steers were, sold at' most satisfactory figures.
TAMWORTH DISTRICT HOSPITAL. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
TAMWORTH DISTRICT HOSPITAL ? «tt£_ ? Annual Meeting. The aainual general meeting oE tho subscribers, wte iliiold at tho lUcctianios' Institute on Wednesday night. Mr. J. G. Grayston, (irresidontj was in tho chair. , TJhc -annual report was as follows: — It is' with much pleasure 'that, ano ther year having passed away, your com mittee now present you with a report on ?uiiu. wui^ajti maintenance or tlie Hospi tal for Hhe twelve months 'e'nded. Bocem. bon 31, 191G. Remembering that our Em pire is still engaged in what is practt cally^ a. 'world-war' we believe t'hat the progress we are able to record 'will meet with your approval, since in this time of stress; and strain, financial' and' othor wiso, the Tamworth District Hospital hi^s maintained its higjtu level of efficient service to the sick and suffering of this wide Tamworth district. 'Fill P.- ? .tntfll !niimiV»-VI» . «P nnilnntli ^i.nni-!n,l during the year '(including 2G males and 11 females jrffmaining 'in from the pre vious ...
FEDERAL POLITICS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
FEDERAL POLITICS. (To .the Editor.) Sir,— The present un'&iiibisfac'tory pos iili on in .Federal Politics is one which tiroaites no suirprjse to anyonu v,iiio has studied ad- all itho uiu-opre&cntat- i\ j cnuruct«r oir out l^odornl P.irMamont. Ooacllocks in 1'aa-lianiont «.ie very olten tho ouit/cvnu) ol laulry olcctoi'.il methods. Ib W only upon occasions suoh^as tlio present one -u'jien majorities seek to davo ,i uoiniinauiii|j, 'iniiuence, - ami when' 'minor- ities btuvo U) tibiain. iUs tuile-st, tharo oi lcprcoentnibton, that uouto politicnl cn i-cj iiinso. Wo have boon iraitching -tJie in.iiiociuviiiiig in the Federal House, and :1m moio ?«« &eo of it, the more -ho aio convinced that nothing except iihoA, gen oral cleotio'n hold under tlio sjstein of Proportional Representation which will scuuro roprfisont4iibion to all partios, ?uull over freo our Federal Parliament of tho psirty 4ii;uiceuvie& i-o well known. there. England with all its traditio...
HIGHLAND GATHERING. SUCCESSFUL DAY IN TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
HIGHLAND GATHERING. SUCCESSFUL DAY IN TAMWORTH. A perfect summer day invited all the world out of doors to celebrate the an niversary of fho foundation of New South Waloa. The Tamworth Caledon ian Society olfcred every inducement for an outing. JSarly in the day tho b'oun'd of the bag-pipes tuning in various directions announced that Scotsmen had taken the celebration of the holiday in hand, and tho &ight of the splendid Armi dalo Pipe Band 'marching through *he streets Was worth turning out to aao. At the Oval during the 'morning the attendance was not( large, though the programme was carefully carried i-at. In the afternoon, however, th'e wowd of v'isit'ors must have provod highly gra tifying tq| the commit'teo oi' the Calidon ian Societ'y who had worked so hnrJ to make tho entertainment attractive. Mo tor 'cars made a cir.clo ot the ring. All the seatr wore 'occupied, and the sraiKl sta'rid was well patronised. The Piping competition for the hand some Dewar Cup aroused co...
DARCY MATCHED. 30.000 Dollars for First Fight. Al. McCoy his Opponent. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
DARCY foATCHED. . 30;000 Dollars for First Fight. . Al. McCoy his Opponent. SY.DXJ5Y. Friday. ? il.r. K. it. linker rcccLved a oa.ble -tJus iitrniiiK from an American repiieBeiiturt. v-i -stating th'at Los Darcy has been ?in'Vjlied to figjlit Al McOoy who is called L.h^ middle-weight uhiimpion of America, ''liia cont-;st, will he of teu rounoV, no dc ;i--'«n, taking pluco in 'Madcl'ison Stjuaro ?.lrdens. Xcw York. Da rev will receive ? VCrX) dollars. Mr. iljjker -mhen a»-:ked -i- opinion of McOoy said ho was a very i-ioi' iighter. Djii-cy t-hould win. easily -if 'u T.'.ie same fonn .is out there. He should .in in four rounds.'
ROBBERY FROM BANK. Roll of Notes Taken from Counter. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
ROBBERY FROM BANK. Roll of Notes Taken from Counter. SYDiVJSY, Fridav. .in audaciou.s thott was coimnJfftcu in ho Castlereagh-Hb Branch of. the Union f! ??-k ye&torddy afternoon. ? Two mcir w.e.re J-een in 'the banking jl-'mnber. but^as they wcro thei1© on cr limiry busino% no notice- was taken of t,h--m. Sudeuly they dicai-pcarcd and a ' few -io'iient» Inter a roM contaiii'iis £?0-iu ten shilling notes was miiiGd fioui th« .ot nter. The ]-obbeo- was reported 1o the police who are making investigations.
CURLEWIS SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
. . CUIUXWJS SAUSS. Koiilb I5rq«. T-epoit having held their I fortni'ktly Stcclc Salt; at Cuileuu. on i Tuesxlaj-, 'JaJiuar.v 'Ii. 1017. when lliey yarded ZjOU eiheop- tiad 820 cattle to a rcprcseuuu'^i; iittomUuieo ol local mid I outs do Uuyeiu. j iwieep: 'i'Jio yarding was mostly young : civestjrtd.s, iiud mciMioa, wiUi.a- pen or Uco or n-^ud iiicnnu orte^. Tliu ck-iniiud for all elates t% very keen, and w-i ci (t:i'.jj\ m taii.i.1 pW_ji.r:uice at ouotatioli^, ?t-^f,: ICO Jfat, xbrotl ewes. 30/ 1 ; 207 f\il. xlnred wethers 30,' 1 ; 12S moiinu .c-nts ; aiid wethers 23/11; o-A merino wutliois J '22,'; 190 mw'rino e\vi& a.nd wethers '?!? -mc( ! ?J-k '22/7 ; OSK) lnorinu -jwos F.M. 21/; | S^o Lincoln ? oixjn* lainbs- in wool -2/8; . vbrod auh/js. 2-2/(5 i Ul liicnno Iambi lo',/3; j . 1-53 .merino ewes aged 10/8. OiS'.e: A'ji , :iver«ge_ ,va»-diji^_ I'onvaul, j-rhic.'',yj 11 y igtore foY.v.i yud licilei!- with mi' add y:u-d of nice quality bullocks and a. f«w, odd lots of 'fat*...
SYDNEY, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
,-? SYUNM. ? ' Sc-hule.ljell and Co., Ltd. report uuder j dale 20th' -January: — .' , j Marsupial: Skins. — 'No sales this woclc. [ The next] auctions will be held on the! 24th instant. | Sheepskins. — Sales were held on Tues- I day, IGth. instant, catalogues ? being '- limited to, ,100,000 alcins. N A strong -de- 1 inand prevailed throughout the sale for] aunstt to wooiied stuns, ana recora ? prices wore 'realised for woT)lled mer- , iiios. We topped the market, obtaining lCd per Ib for a parcel of merino lull vools. Pelts and, short wools were not of favor ,and values declined a half penny per pouud, many lines failing to elicit a bid. Consequently withdrawals I wore heavy. ?'' - .' . ] -Hides. — O-ood demand for all weights - at l-8d to M-1 per pound advance, light ' wotahta being in most request. Tallow. — Good to prime quality advan- ' cod 5/ per ton; other grades firm* at - late rate3. I fv'huto. Bell and Co., Ltd, report uuder I dale 22nd January: — The appraisers, arc at pre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
TRUOK1XG-S AT-LBAD. ('?unpilrd to Tbur.srlay, 25th .lauuary. M)17. 9 a.m. For the markets of: — | 21 tli. Shcepvai'-sj ordc.vcd 57, cattlei wag- i ^ons ordered 124; 1st. sheep vivns order rl 118. ca.ttlo wagsyms ordered 92; 6th -'ieep v-iins ordered 37. ca.ttle \ia.agons or dcr«d IS: 8th. sheep vans ordered 33. - :tilw w«5ca;-)ns oidered 8. l | . «r ?' ? ? ? Mt OLD AGE. Old age. as it conies in the orderly process of. Nature is a .beaultiful aud, ma- jestic tiring. It stands for experience, knowledge, wisdom, counsel. That is old age as it should' be, but old age as It often is means poor digestion, torpid bowels, a' sluggish liver and a general feeling of ill health, despondency and misery. This, in almost every instance is wholly unnecessary. One ofv Cham berlains Tablets for the stomach and liver taken immediately after supper will improve the -digestion, tono up llic liver, an dreguldte the bowels. That feeling of despondency will give way to oriet of good cheer. Sold by Gco. Ma...
MUSWELLBROOK CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
I ? 'PT l! I' ) i ? ? ' ? ! MUSWELLBR00K CATTL£.MARKET. i ' * * i ^_«.— , , ^ i P«roy Uoss 'reports Jiolding a sale on' ' 23rd 'The jmxditi« comprised prinMpal f Iy touii« cattle, coaVb tuidupoddies. Oows . . nnd cilvcs sold equal to late hiph 1'iites ' but srtteois and Jieita-s H to * y^ars wlere etisita1. Prices obtained1 ivi»re: S |Sto 3%X* £6/5, £7/2, iJSflS; \**i £Cro to £7/18, cows £11/7/6 to £11/12/0. poudi-35 £3/4 to £3/17/6.
TRUCKINGS AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 27 January 1917
fTRUCKINGS AHEAD. ' Compiled to Monday, 22nd January, 1917, 9 a.m.:— For the markets of 2£th-, Sheep va.ns .ordered, 1G6; cattle wag gon's ordered, '92. For the markets of. 29th: SHeej van? ordered^ 30; , cattle waggons' ordered, '76. For the marK|Ot;f- of jst: Sheep vans ordered, G5; cattle waggons ordered, 45. For the markets at 5tli: Sheep vans ordered, 25; cattle (V&ggong ordered, 5, y