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GWYDIR ELECTORATE RECRUITING COMMITTEES. Conference at Narrabri. NARRBRI, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917
GWYDIR ELECTORATE RECRUIT ING COMMITTEES. 'Conference at Narrabri. XAUttABlt], Saturday. A conference of recruiting - commit- 1 toes' delegates- wlUiln Gwydlr electorate was held m tlie Town Hall, Narrabri, last night, ilajor. Crane, police magis trate, -r.oreo,. presided, aud delegates from Jloree, Narrabri, West Narrabri, Walgett, Gunnedal'i, Collareneliri, and I Bellata' were present. Others from ln verell. Wee Waa, Qnlrtndl, Coonabara bran, aud Wanalda- wore unable to bo present, owing to' the btul state of the roads. ' ' . An executive committee of seven was appointed as i'oljows: Major Crane i (Moree), Dale (Narrabri), Bussell (Gun- 1 nedah), Cameron' (Wee Waa), Ilannan | (Walgett), Bucknell (Inveroll)i'and Hig- 1 gins (Inverell).. A motion advocating relaxation of the censorship was defeated. H was decided to' approach the Cen tral Executive with regard to assisting returned soldiers to obtain work, also to report to the various branches what work waa available, and the natur...
VOICE OF THE SOLDIERS. EXPRESSED BY CORRESPONDENT BEAN. Australian Party Struggle. "Such a situation Almost Beyond Belief. Missing Great Opportunity. (Copyright Reserved by the Crown.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917
VOICE OF THE SOLDIERS. EXPRESSED., BY CORRESPONDENT BEAN. Australian Party Struggle. '?Such a Situation Almost Beyond Belief.' ., - ? /' Missing Great Opportunity. ( Per Au^I'mUhii 'War Correspondent Bean.) (Cop.V'rigilil TJeserved by the Crowli.j, Aiistralilans may, wish to know licw the party -lifl!cronces- in Australia at the preseuit juncture appear to Austra lians wiho wateh'tlicm rl'roin the' centre of tne world's struggle. I have, the menus to ''?ocak'Poi1 -the w'joIo i\u«1i'i- Han force.4 but' if t]ie =ontinu!iiis O'C tiliose who liave watched, the snlili.--is oC Australia fig-htijis1, 'b'eing' sljatlorcl imd dying- Tor two long years is any guide then t:i 'these the existence o£ such a ftiftua.tioti 'at Micili a moment h almost Uoyoud beTicr. To them it i» iuconieeivable that Aus tralia's parties ami iplarty, politicians 'liould be so iniinitessimaily .small and incapable oi. grasping- the meaning- of '?urvent evcoit« and o£ j-layinjr Austra lia's 'big' panrt in them — -tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917
'--1'' ' ''? ? '_=1 -BUSINESS NOTICES. Healed by Cuticura -' tfrial free , - /'About 12 trionth3 ago my head was admass of scalyeraptions. brst startine with little pimples.-andl also had a Imlc dandruff. The eruptions caused much irritation, thus making me-scratch them which made ihem,worse, 'Th; eruptions -,were about -the size o( a' sixpence -but were beginning to spread larger, ' 'A (nend advised me to wrjte'fpr ,sarnples,6f Cuticura Spap-and Ointment. 1 qijly had to.buy ope, cake of Cuticura 1 Soap and one tin' of Cuticura Oint ment and the eruptions were, healed ' (Signed) Miss Moore-, Station Read, ? A,ub.urn,,N. S. 4W., Oct. 27. 1915 ' » -t i j Free ,sample,eacli«t|y posi wiib-32-p.' , . 'JyanjBook.' fSoap tO',--Jeanse,andi'Oiiil- ? znenttlo heal.) Address -post-card: R. Towns & Co., Sydney, N. S.'W. ?JMd throughout the worjd. QUIBEUL'S ** ft- SHEEP DIPS PRACTICAtf'AINtP' EFFECTIVE?* ' RENDER Ar; SaTJIONA.C; SERVICE. ' THESE WEEL'kNOWN DIPS . ) SERVE A THREEFOLD PURP...
MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH MARKET REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917
————— 111 1 MARKET REPORTS. TAMVV1OE/HH MARKET rJETOIMS Mahony and Co. 'jepoiib having held their i^uail weekly sple of fat aad' stare stock in.' the Municipal Yards on- Thurs day lasib 25th instant. J'\it Carttle. A fair yanddng comprising one draft of prime, quality bullocks, some fair to good steers, odd prime cowb, bal anoD mediiun cows and heifers. The us ual local butchore were present, and a couple of outiside imen, and the merket v/as ibnisk only for the prime quality, oth er sorte suffered a slight fall in values. Heist buliteoks made .£16/10 .to £17/10, stoers £10/1 to £12/15, host cowe £11/7/6 to £14/4, .best beef madei 45/ to48/..med iium 40/ ,to 45/, per lOOlihs. . Wo sold: a./o A. -Hynn 1 oow £14/4, 1 co\r £14/1, 1 heifer £14 ;t a/c T. -Hales 1 steer .and 1 heifer -£9 ; ,a/c ;Mcplelland iBros 2 cows £11/17/6. 2 cows £10/5 ; a/c owner 2 cows £11/10, 1 cow £11/7/6, 1 steer £10/1. ? Pat .Sheep :» Only a kmall yarding, .and very little '.good quality. ;B,uyers were in 'fai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917
I Fairings in the Show Room that are Really Too Good to v , Miss! (ThesPnre still1 further exnimples'of Efese honest straightforward Price ?Reductions which exist in every department, of , our Store. It's your money fchafyou are spending' — therefore ' be frugal. ' and spend, it at onr Popnlar 'FAIR.' .' - , _ ' . eBtter come early: Isn't it better to be g'lad- you came than sorry you didn't? \ ' '... BIG SNAPS IN MILLINERY, BLOUSES, COSTUMES, SKIRTS, UNDERCLOTHING. ' -' ' i CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, 284, 286, 288, 290~PEEL STREET, TAMWORTHL ', - v ' - ? K/ tUOERNE Seea Bags, once '-used for . sale -cheap. Apply, , Ware -and Co., Produce Department, Tanvworth. CHEAP Property.— House~lf 'rooms',' kit- ] chen, facing Upper-street, one house 4 rooms, kitchen, etc., facing Denning Lane,- frater laid on. . £425, for the two. .Terms if required.. Ware and Co., .Agents. . - LUCERNE - Farjn. — 9% acres, 2 miles , Tamwprtll,* Cottage 4 rooms, etc., wa tered Iry;1, river and tanks,...
"Let Us Do Our Duty." AUSTRALIA AND THE WAR. Mr. Hughes Still has Confidence. Mr. Cook Does Not Favor Peace Now. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917
'Let Us Do Our Dut}.' AUSTRALIA AND THE WAR. Mr. Hughes Still Has Confidence. Mr. Cook Docs, Not Favor Peace, Now. V ' SYDNEY, 'Monday. Mr. Hughes,' responding ' to. the toast of Purliameht at the Australian Natives' Association's Foundation Day dinner In Melbourne, said: .'Let us do our duty as Australians,, shutting put all thought ol class and1 p&rty. Great difficulties and tremendous responsibilities rest u.pon the people of. this country, hut T have never wavered in my 'faith that' Austra- lia wilUprpve'iher'self worthy,, and up lifted by that fail.h We'inay look into the face of the future with cMm 'and reso lute eyes.' ''-.'. „ , Mr. Joseph*., Cook expressed tho hope thfct we would be able dur.'ng the war' to modify the party spirit 'and 'devote our selves unitedly to- these pokt-war prob lems which would, demand such a 'large c-ontrrbution from our intelligence. - It fhould not be forgotten that Australia still stood in 'deadly perfl on t'he battle field. When certai...
CABINET POLICY. LOAN SHORTAGE CHIEF TROUBLE. Minimising Unemployment. NEW arbitration Court Judges. Changes in School Syllabus. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917
CABINET POLICY. — ? ^- ? , — * LOAN SHORTAGE CHIEF TROUBLE. Minimising -Unemployment. New Arbitration' Court Judges. Changes, in School Syllabus. '. ...SYDNEY. Momlav. ' At to--l-iys 'ind 'Recent cabinet meet inp^ important .-matteis were discussed. AVit.li regard ''to tho /position of -the n-r.iH rol'it-v a-5 ti'i-- outcome of tlie sbort .oned loan fumlS' it, wins agreed thnt the Premier «-boan'tl receive- a1 (lepntntion from till a Trades nncl J.nJior Council, nnd ex pkiin tbo -|-p^ition fully. Some measure otC shrinkuee* in tlrfe vol}itno of pnlilic norks 's ini'iyoKliibU'. The nnnunj^iata of «oapen-litiiiio fliias ibeon £8,000,000, wihlcli is now being rotlucetl to £5,000,000 mis is. t.i]-e» outcome, ol Mio conditions on , the London money- 'market. A great re- | thietion is unavoidaible, in duplication I work. Pmblic workijiayp also Blackened j down, including' irrigation, which,, is I bmind to oi^ato a ceitam amount* ol I ha'FdWhip and local djosaTKMJitment. I 'IThe oa.binet l...
WILSON'S PEACE SCHEME. Germany Still Hopeful of Result. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917
WILSON'S PEACE SCHEME. - Germany Still Hopeful cf Resiilt. 1 . (Reuters Telegram) ,' ' ', ' '- LONDON, Sunday. ? An ? Amsterdam , correspondent sava, tli at Herr Harden, writing in the 'Zuk- unl't,' opines that Wilson's address will bo fruitful, despite the coldness of Its reception . . He foresees France preserved from exhaustion, Belgium restored, Germany paying half andJBritain and France eacn a quarter, Britain a.nd Germany recon ciled Germany receiving coaling sta Jions and ea'onie.-- AuXtrjamhnA'ary transformed into a Federation slimier lo. Germany inclnd'.,irfe an independent Ser bia, and possibly other Balkan States.
THE COMING BLOW. All Allies Feverishly Preparing. "France's Last Man Ready.? LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917
THE COMING BLOW. All Allies Feverishly Preparing. 'France's Last Man Ready.' v - ' (Router's Telegram.) »-. V - 1 ' LONDON, Sunday. , ' -A Paris message refers to the feverish preparations -of the Allied countries, de claring that France's last man' is ready. Italy has brought up the army, to' the maximum. Meanwhile raids on a large scale on the west front are securing tactical advantages, and shaking our en emies' nervev , , sporting character of the British, raids.. -Lord Syderiham says a simultaneous offensive ma.f be unattainable, owing to the varying degrees of- readiness,' and to army differences and local conditions. The 'London Observer' emp'liasise's the speeding up of the production,' of munitions and ships, which is just'- as important as military success.
TURN OF THE TIDE. Russo-Roumanian Line Unshaken. Roumanians Reorganised. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917
TURN OF THE TIDE. ' b ? Russo-Roumanian Line Unshaken. - . Roumanians Reorganised. (Published in 'The Times.') , , LONDON, Sunday. '' The 'Times' correspondent at Rou manian Headquarters says that stalemate ha« been ^reached. The enemy efforts-of' Jh' past -fortni&ht have been checked with great losses. The line towards the, Trotus and Sereth proved impregnable. MMiy German 'dlivisions 'ha-e been with drawn and onlv four or five' remain. T.he others have been' replaced by Turko-Austrians. . . ? Rough weather prevpnts .any la.rge ?ci]f- of operations. The Gefmans\ re- cently taken prisoner -were^. wearing Mimime.r clo'thing, and state tliat'the army wai unprepared foV winter. Many ,are freefing. , -? , - Roujnanian Generals state that the re organisation of the army -s already well advanced. Several divisions are ready, while the whole ai;my is re-equipped (ind well seasoned.
DOMINIONS' RIGHT. Importance of Empire War Council.' "First Duty to Win." LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917
DOMINIONS' RIGHTS. .Importance bf Empire War Council.' 'First Duty to' Win.' ' ' . (Renter's Telegram.) LONDON. Sundaj. ?General Smuts, speaking at Johannes burg, slid that he felt -that mankind was in the gravest crisis, with which the Em p'irn Council was importantly concerned. Tlie 'Yorkshire Observer' says: 'The Dominions' sacrifices is not in proportion tcr ouis. This should be steadfastly re itombered ,w4fen fthrfj afe ,adfoiiUe*-JPinto tlve Ilc.ly of Holies from' which. Mr. Balfour a'n'd Sir Edward Carson are ex cluded.'' Tihe 'Liverpool Courier' ,says that1 the Dominions are fighting because t'le^ cause is just, not because the Mother Country is involved in war. ? The Council's first duty is to w,in the war, the second to'appily the lessons la.'-D-ht. The 'Liverpool Post' says that the Dominions' summon to attend the. Ooun o'l is t'he first request which Biiltain; hits made lo 'the Dominions during tnje war.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917
PZRS,0NAL. Mrs. J. Shn,w, of Mntqitowe-st, Tam woMli has received a_'cable from her son Pi'Tato Fied SliaV that Ke h«s arrived in Ijondon and is safexind sound. . 'The vonly fquliith year ,» pupil' in -tilie ,^nnTOrtih DLstrict gchool Xo successfully pass tiio leaving oeufcificate oxaminntioihg ?u +»ooemDor tos I,. Hi .W«raei\ ^iot inomas Warner, as previously stated. He gained an A in Mathematics. I, , ana R's in French, English, Chemistry1,-, Hista3'1' ^tI?'Mec!}a!U?-s''«H?nd-?1 B'in List Saturday the members met at ' «-« Iwnw'crth Tonnis Olub!« courts to\ wd farewell to Mr. *JV H.' Borry, tlio Hon. feoorotnry o,f the Club, who has boon / trtinsferred to Dmilxbo ibl tak6 up -duties1 at tho High School there. Ih'-tho Vjn WoidaWo aibsenoo' of tli© President (Dr. ? StaiUoy) Mr. w. j_ Hilton, Vice-P.resi, (lent ami Captain of tho Glu'b, expr'esse-l to Mr. Berry tho regret pf plno members nf tf^.^^l'art}''0 a'd *beir appr0otation; of^nis capa'ole services^ -Mr.E.-F. Pat ' ^°».o»c't-i-s...
(Published in "The Times.") LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917
. (Published in 'The Times ') LONDON, Sunday. The 'Times,' 'in a leader, says: The idea behind the Empire Resources. Com mittee is that the war will leave \ the Empire' a huge d^bt. The problem will be how to pay it without crushing out the l'ife of the British nation. Tbe an swer of the sponsors of the scheme is by the development of the resources of the I3mpire. The people of'these small for t-worn islands licve hardly an inkling of the vast territories awaiting develop ment. They knew nothing an dcared less for tho possibilities of food' produc tion, mineral development, and 'human expansion, latent in these -lands. Wlfen they realise thaMn the fostering of this Imperialist State'lay the 'way of lighten ing the financial burden, they would b'e Sin to seek' and properly develqp the Empre. ' '
STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917
. * STOCK 'MOVEMENTS. \. .- 204 -Mixed Cattle, Tamworth' to ,Avop dale, avierrywelnborie: , W. .P. Bo'ydell, owjier; G. Brown in charge. .. ,,83 tBullocl^s,', Mopki, ggrings to .Plerri ingtonVH. C'.- Carter', ownef; per ran. ' ,,199 Mixed; Cattle,' 'Tulcumbah' to CaW roll: -A. W. and -F. 'H. ,Alford, owner; W. Coward ^n change. \ . 200 Aethers', Boggabri to Newcastle':1 EatWer and . Tebbutt, owners; per rail. aou Mixed .Sheep, Boggabri*' to Flem ington: S. ;?.'Read,-pwner; per rail. .34 Mixed Oattfe, , Dungowan to Tam worth:-C. E. Cardow, 'owner, and in charge. _ n ^ ; .'??:' ? }l 42 Mixed Cattle, Moor Creek to Somer ton:v ,J. J. P.ie-p, . oVoier; '-S.'Piper in' charge' ??*',? n „ 156 Mixed Cattle, Quirindi to Burrem Junction: p'. J. O'Mullane, owner; iH.'i ?Jones^n.cliarge. . ' ' i| ?33 , Horses, Warrah- lliage' to1 Bland-' lord: B. Haydon, 'owner; C. ,R,egig inj charge.' '' ' ' | 95 Wethers, Glasston to' Flemijigton:| |W. M.,Sevil, owner; per rail. ' ' j 142' Ewes, Ta_m,worth to D...
THE WAR. BRITISH RESOURCES. Scheme for Voluntary Industrial Organisation. All Fit Men Must Fight. Great Effort to Win This Year. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917
THE WAR. - ? ^ ? . , BRITISH RESOURCES. Scheme for Voluntary Industrial ' Organisation. / All Fit Men Must fcight. -? Great Effort to -Win This Year. ' (Renter's Telegram.) LONDON, ,Siinday. The British Government's schemes for overcoming the crucial diculty of findjng labor for shipbuilding, army, munitions, and agriculture is based on .voluntary offer from men of all ages to place them selves at the disposal of the nation. Every man will soon be asked to fill up a letter-card, stating h'is present em-* P'.oyment. caDacitv.* and desires O.m irissioners,, presiding over the seven re cruiting arears, will distribute -the volun teers, paying a subsistence allowance of 17/0 weekly while the men a*e absent from home, thus securing the,, maximum output, 'aid releasing juniors for the army. A . Mr. Chamberlain later intends calling upon women. Meanwhile a. section of the press ^denounces ''the scheme .as a. case of playing with voluntaryism, and pointing out that the German compulsory civ...