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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

,; CRICKET.*:. ? riie foillowinfc ^Invars have .beon ?el«c *fl3f V- Ay rAVlednrsdtty 31st on #w I Ovni:startinpiftt'2f307p.m.' ' Oar 'flijd ''Piis Drivers: A.' Ppst T. ! 'W'oodardr -3. ArAjstroTiEn J. 'Post' »C. Y,nte« W.,,YaAe!S 'V.( Omodi. F.' Smith, T..'ponal(lstoii, '^y. Gjaude.' O. Bai\ov, ]?mer,o;eive,iD9 : G.'Lenoh,-P. Donaldson. J ' Smith'. '?'*„?', , ,- '.-» S-tqres: G. Lambert, '3tsllw, jjosphettii, J,rj,Ij©foe.- (Jviokbiinuj Pifrrett; Rogejrs,,

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPPORT FOB MR. HUGHES. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

SUPPORT FOR MR. HUGHES. SYDNEV.' Monday. Thn Federal Minister for Works has '?'ce'ved a telegram from the Kalgoorlie Enrr'neers' Societv statim? Ui«it by 79 votes lr\ 4f- the Society hns decided to leave the Australian Federation to sup port Mr. IIughe3 and his party. '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

/\' SA-FEp-UARDS; THE HOME.' ', \ In thousands ' pf hojnes, Dr. Sheldon's. Ne^v .Discovery Is-a household' name,1' known and. liked'' by all, -from, father down to baby. It is an unequalled re-- medy for . ? relievlhe; cougjis and ^oldsj bronchitis, and, all throat- and chest troubles. Dont forget 'to take a bottle home to-night. Price, l/c and 3/. Ob tainable at G.-.S. ualton's.* -.CASUAL, COLUMN. \.' ADVERTISEMENTS^ accompanied byi cash ,fprv. this, .column ,are ? inserted at the rate of 18'words for 1/, and 6d' fpr each additional 9 words, or part , thereof. An , additional charge of 'Gd ' 'is made for booking.' . : .' ' ' WANTED. .' ' ... WANiTED.— Good ^Sewing W.oman, for. fort'n'ight. Must , understand 'adults' dresses. .Apply) Mi's. Gf McArthur ^King, Goonoo Goonoo. ' WANTED.— At' th.e New England . Girls' School, Armidale, Two, 'Housemaids/ Apply, with references to.'the^Matroi. WANTED~Cook Generir No' washing pv ironing. ,Also ^Housemaid. Aiiply, Aubrey 'A. .Qohen.'c/o. Mrs...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DECREASE IN RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY REVENUE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

DECREASE IN RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY REVENUE. SIDNEY. Mondav Tho Railway- Commissioners' report for the past quarter discloses a decrease ( 'n the revenue on railways amounting to £117,000, whdle the tramway revenue 1''j also 'd-ecreaeed to an extent rf £t850. Tho coal strike was responsible for this big deficit, '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ARROW THAT FLIETH (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER X.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

THE ARROW THAT / FLI^TH ' , ' , — ? ^ » s ?V''iv--' -BY GUY THORNE, Author, o£ .'Man.trap Manor,'1 'When'it Was Dark,' 'Made, in His Image,'' ? 'First' It Was 'Ordained;' ''£ ' ' .Lbst Cause,' &b., &o. --, , - ^ ''. jfCOPYRIGHT.) . '',;-' '. ClivPTER X.— (Continued.)* ,, ' '? ''Yes,'' he sadd, dveamily,, 'it .is p\ ?.yays 'that, it is aU'waysi thewomaiT.'' , iTjhen he pulted out Ivis watch. It was fiye minutes to twelve. \ _ 'Would you mind' driving nie,' .-.lie oadd, 'fco Roberts, . the Engli.s'h' eheraiat, iiii the 'Via Ticamflibu«ni9';- r . : 'CertiiinJy,' the doctor ' answered, ?/?they are excellent people... They 'have a pila'ee here and1 a place in Rome*. ? But if! you want i a. prescription do'n't ta.ke - the nsuaj sal volatile, pf anything. Four iieWes, of c'ourse, must be very_ ^ strained, but the Jaj'.man ;so often takes N '' , the wrong thing under such conditions. Let me come intoi the elieariist's with you — they make up all my medicines for me — anil I ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BIG CLEARANCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

A BIG CLEARANCE SALE. ' A. L. 'Stewart and Co.-, Tamworth, re-, port having iheld a very ?successful clear ance sole -at Mr. G. Blenoowe'e farm, Ldtcniborah, on Wednesday, last'tihe 24rtJi ihst. iMiero 'was a' very 'good 'attendance,', of buyers and everything was quitted at very satisfactory prices. One consign-, menit of 130 pigs averaged the- record prooq of £5/10 per head, included in this average was a number of small. suck-, ers,'1'- the'' cattle 'sold -very well,, milking cows to ,-£14710, .-'bullocks Uoi£17{ ^horses' dragged a, litUe the best price 'b-eing £21 for broken in draugjit lwrses. Ttho ma-, chinery was aill disposed of ait very sat-' isfaotory prices,' likewise tlie sheep. The, -auwtLoneers have no' hesj.ta.tion in stating tliat it-^iras-one of. the bejst sales that »ha« Ween held in Taimwortihfor a num-l bei' of-years^ * .* \*''-K',\' !-

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. , -!-v ' SYDNEY, Monday. , ?Conditions were 'brighter in Sussex-] street ,li»jtoy. -New, ..season's potatoes Viamajteh- consignments were increas-i $-$Wper t6n, making' Redsldiis} 'M/W- '?WhitesWns 'made £10, and Hunter-lliver varieties advanced '20/ ftfl /£ii-?iiid ibest Clarence River .-by, .£3, uhich brought, the prLce up to £7. jMfi lumfou'Jlity from Jocal centres sold at £4, wHJUe lots infected 'with blight werei obilalnablo1 at as, low as 1/ per bag.; Sffedftfturnlps receded £1 to ,£3, while Onions {remained ^steady at ,£9/10/ to, filOer tori.' 'Maize was dull owing toj heavy, stocks on wharves, which werej. tnp^ented by, ,the Receipt ,of , 3000i tags -from' the jiorthern rivers. Prices( were further 'reduced. ''Prime ., yellow; sold at 3/3, white at' 3/4 to 3/5, and| weavii/ -was 'offered at 3/ per bushel.j There was a run on oats.; white giants, 1 made^/ to 3/l,,mUli4g Algerian to 2/10,; ' fe& 2/7' to 2'/8.' Steady 'business was; done fn chaff,...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE MARKETS PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

'\|&E MABKETS; J '-,'i'1|r- ? ♦ ? ^ — ' ' ^ -I ^PRODUCE MARKETS. ' j 1 ' l-'uM'-' SYDNEY,' Monday.' ,' --Tiere was 'a large yarding at Alexan-, driaHO'tey. Values remained ,kw.ettk. ' Quotations :-Wh eaten .chaff, good, 4/ to, 4/riawlfum 3/9, inferior , 2/6 tp .3/,' 2& chaff gopd and meaium V/\ . In ferior';2/iT lucerne chaff good and me-, dlum 4/6, lucerne hay good 4/7' to 4/9,| Medium and inferior 3/3 to 3/6, onion*! fllwMWMl.^WVM™. nied urn 8/8; poffisijnedium 6/ .to 6/fif. -, ' - Lucerno chaff- from 'Roberts, Tain worth'.^is passed. at. 2/10 per cwt.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAITLAND MARKETS. MATTLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

Y' 'iMAITLAND MARKETS. .'''-.S' 'v MATTLAND,-' Monday. -1 -* ^'Cattle: ?At'Oampbell^JElill'' to-day a'modercite supply- was yaiiatedj--Srin-nipa- ? -'fly^good'-'to''^^^' tiuiiirit5f''-^ghtnv«(ight Aitu^'ahouib an average number' of (!ows ita'-ra/1feW- yards 'of prime' fifid -weilgM-y bulldd*. ' iBuyers wore in '-full ntten- ' tace.^ The 'park'et opened^.to ' very . strong competition at values showing art' improf«ment of fully '£1 per head on last i ireek's .quotations. '' -' ' ' ,'f ' ' - Quotations- Bost 'bullocks'- £17/10 'to, £22/15, , cood £16 to £17; .'.ntetfiium'.to: fittfl&iKest «nvs £13/15:t---.£lGA6, 'Rood to;£12/10. medium to £10.,- ' . , -Sales: OJift Tiros. ?buMooks ? £10/1' to ? «16/I8,.'coW-C12/5 +o £15,-G-. vV. Mnelcny1 taitooln £15/8 to Q18 MJ6: J. O. Hudson JrolioHr £18/4 to £22/15. ( - „ ? j Fflt.CJalves: Jjiesht . supply. Mi© bulk good, 'finality medium' weights. ' Heavy ' dewrfotions and poddies «$onj.cnvhat. £car oe.'yThcre was a Rood1 attendance1'' -Wt...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMEBUSH MARKETS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

,. HOMEBJJSH MARKETS.1 . i 'yfX' ^-.;, -gYDNEY,' Monday, 'f 'Cattle: 1500 penned. Values- firm.' ! Staegt-W, second' ,50/, inferior i45/.; ? Bullocks '£i2 to £25, cows £9 to' £18. f Sheep:' 43,000 penned . Values flrm,., ) Wether's W to 36?, ewes -20/ to, 34/. ' .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPECIAL STORE CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

SPECIAL STO RE. CATTLE SALE. ,, ' Attention of 'readers -of. ?this^paper is drawn to a special store cattle sale that will 'he -held at -the Tamworth -Municipal .Yards on .Wednesday next the 31st in stant commencing at 2.io'olook' sharp Over 1400;head of cattle will be yarded, inrftitding one consignment of 600 head of oowte and heifers. iWiioh are an .exti-a good quality lot. Tbo balance -will com prise of mixed cattle, bullocks, steers, -vx\vs, cows and calves, «nd' youiig cat tle. All -tli© cattle are in the pink of condition and good quality, so buyers will have .a good lot to ohooee from. A. L. Stewart and Co, .Ttamworth. are tho auctioneers, and -they advise buyers to attend. R^momiior dmto, ^Vpdnesday next, the 31st instant.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUEA[?]RANCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

nrjTOAH,ANOE S'ALiB. A. li.- Stewart., and Co., Tamworth, re- j port Juaving Qield'a.' veryWsuccessful clear- j anoe sale a£ Mi-.'lP. Mooneys fairm Win-v. I ton on Saturday last the 27th inst. There: was ^ very fair attendance of buyers and all. lines .were disposed, of ., horses mak bJK'tof£29n.O, cows and calves to £14/10, idiy^oawsito £12, crossbred lambs to 25/3. ?merino ewes to 30/,' tihe machinery and plant was also disposed of at very, sat isfactory pa-ices.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARMIDALE HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

5 ' ARMTBATjE- HORSE -SAT/T5. In -tihti ad.vwtisinjs cohiimns of this i-5- «'»» will '«» found ,ih nnnqitncement of Messrs'.. AV^lter HiawKo ?& Co.'s liorso .«ale.- which is fo take iMnce in Armidnle tA'vmoir. - Over 2oO first-class horses will 'bo yarded, from some of) the .be^t know.i bi-eeders'-n the. Stat'e-V' '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
'PRESENT WAR A TRADE WAR." Alleged Statement by Archbishop. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

'PRESENT WAR, A, TRADE WAR.', Alleged Statement by Archbishop. SYDNEY. Monday. ' Mr. Hplman stated today 'that he saw with profound- regret a' Btatement attri buted to Archbishop Mannix that tho present Avar, in spite of all disgu:isevs, was ft,, trade war. If the Archbishop dvid say j this -the, sooner he advanced reasons for =mch a statement the better. . ; .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

Such of the cable news on this page, l so headed has appeared in 'The Times,' and is cabled to Australia by special1 permission. It should be understood that the opinions are not those of 'The Times,'' unless expressly stated to be so. .,-?.,.. » J. .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW N.S.W. LOAN. British Government May Not Sanction. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

NEW N.S.W. LOAN.. British Government May Not Sanction. i ' . . SYDNEY. Monday. As~a result of New South Wales' stand 'ng out of the recent financial agree nent arrived at ibetween the other States and the Commonwealth Government ,Mr -llolman. is experiencing some* difflciilty , n obtaining t'he- necessary cc.nsent-tb a 'oan as^the Common weaHlv Government has the financial ear of vthe British Go vornment. ' '

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THE LATEST. British Advance. ON STRONGHOLD OF BAPAUME. Important Operation. PARKS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

THE LATEST. ? ? — x British Advance. ON STRONGHOLD OF BAPAUME. ~'' Important (Operation. , , :,. ' (Renter's -Telegram.) '- ? \ PARIS, Monflflv. i-''PieW M^n-psh'aJ -iraig's success, waa achieved in the populous district of ? Botre.'of -whicJi Tranisloy is a scattered borough bordering' the PeronneBap aiime Road, four miles from Bapaume. 'The_ cnomy was strongly .entrenched in the approaches to the boronglh -whose homses were fortified. 'As Field Marshal ITaig ,spoke of the region, of Trjinsloy tne French experts are ignorant of the exact locality o£ the, yworkte captured on Saturdy, but cimphasfee Hie importance nif t'he opera tion as a further advance on the strong- ' holrti'of Bapanine.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ill- Fated Cruiser Captain. TWICE LOSES HIS SHIP. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

Ill-Fated Cruiser Captain. TWICE LOSES HIS SHIP. (United Service.) LONDON, Monday. Cniptain Notion, of tlh-e -5iin'keft omis er'.Laiurenrto was 'serving as commanded of tlie Hogue when she was sunk.. He was waslhed off the llogue ami twice picked up dinging1 to wreokage. 'tie CJOjiiqhided. his-1 report to the Ad miralty,1' 'I 'Tiave --tlie' honor to submit that I may be appointed1 to another ' ^'hii- as woii us I can get a. fcit.'

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Rebellious Unions. SHARP REMARKS BY JUDGE. Not to Receive Benefits of Act. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

. Rebellious Unions. SHARP REMARKS BY JUDGE. Not. to Receive Benefits of Act. \ SYDNEY. Mondav. In the Industrial_ Court application was made to discharge ,a rule nigi which fiad been granted calling upon the Syd ney and suburban Bread Carters' 'Union 'o show ''ause why its registration should not be cancelled. -Mr. Chubb', counsel for tho Minister for Labor, explained that ,the matter ?vas in resnect of tlie non-jpayment bv a member of the; Union of his contribu 1 ion, and the master was practically 'ailed upop to pav tlle,mon^v. Since then the Union had given an undertak 'ng to take1 the_ proper , legal course of applying to the Industrial magistrate to «-er-ovpr the amount of the contribution. The Minister, desired him to say that where threats .like ' this, were made to -trike he would always, have recourse to this court for the purpose of procuring in industrial decision. 1 His Honor in discharging the -rule -?a'd he did not think tbe court could shut its. eyes to the fact that...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MASTER BUTCHERS BLACKLISTED. By Meat Employees. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 30 January 1917

MASTER BUTCHERS BLACKLISTED By |VI^at Employees. . ' SYDNEY, Monday. Application was mace to Judge TCd %ii'ji'ls in the- Industrial Court to-day on hchalf of the Minister for Labor and In 'ustrv for a, rule nisi calliing upon the *urfra1ian Meat Industry- Emple.yees' ?Tri:rn, New South Wales branch, to 'hew cause why the 'registration of the inirn should not be cancelled on the 'round that it endeavored to compel cer ain master butchers tovdose their shops t .'- p.m. instead of 5.30 p.m. as al 'oived by an award governing t'he .Indus ^ry': ? '' - , ? F1 was alleged that the union had ^li'-ced 'upon the black list ten master bu'rhere who had refuged to com'ply ,'vitli the demand. A rule nis'i was granted.

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