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LATE MARKETS PRODUCE' MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

LATE MARKETS. PRODUCE '.MARKETS. SYDNEY. Th'ursdffv. Although only' a small quantity, o£ chaff was offered at Alexandria to-day prices did not improve.' r Quotations: Wheaten chaff prime 5/ to 5/3, good 4/6, medium 3/6, oaten chaff medium 3/6 to 3/9, inferior .2/9,, ? oaten straw medium 3/, potatoes choice' t 10/9. Wheaten chaff from Fulljames, Tam . worth, 6/.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE SPORT. A.J.C ANNIVERSARY MEETING. Weights for Chief Events. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

LATE SPORT. A.J.C. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. Weights for Chief Events. SYDNEY, Thursday. Following are the weights for the Challenge Stakes, 6 furlongs:— Woorak 10.4, Redfern 9.11,' Panacre 9:9, Colugo 9.8, Spurn 9.7, La Steppe 9.2, Boureorig 9.0, Merimee 8.9, Sydian 8.6, Royal Laddie 8.4, Rosedell 7.13, Inia 7.12, Eul Bcre 7.12, Diamo Atere 7.11, My Palm '7.10, Wedding Oay 7.10, _ Quinn's Post 7.10, Three Star 7.10, St. Rosaline 7.10, 'Fend ' 7.9, Dave Whitton 7.8, Coat o' Mail 7.8, I Sir Pa'ddingcon v, 7.7, Heatherbrae ,7.6, Trigori 7.6,'Dolara 7.6, Linist're 7.6, Tony 7.6, Lord Malt 7.6, Obvious 7.6, Clyde side 7.5, Ickle Lass 7.4, Lord Rcpton 7.3, Chantry 1.3, iSatin Bird 7.1, Cataiwa 7.0', Cerealia 6.12, Lady ,Isolt 6.12\ Luxor 6.12, Sweet Slumbers 6.12, Htppasia 6.12, Bulbo 6.12, Obligation 6.10, Coeur De , Moineau 6.9,' Long Reef 6.9, Linesman ' 6.9, Kilmarnock 6.9, Palmitic 6.9, Ber nalda 6.9, Aberlady C.9, . Treadwell 6.7, Florae H. 6.7, Maid of Seville 6.7, Maid of -Ayr 6.7; To...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOMEBUSH MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

H0MEBUSH MARKETS. ?SYDNEY. . Thursday. .Cattle.— 1900 yarded. The market was unaltered. Bes't toeef 55/, second 50/, inferior 45/, bullocks '£12/10/ to £'25, cows £10 to. £19. Sheep.— 126,000 penned. The market was a little easier.. Wethers- 20/ to 37/, owes 18/ to 35/. ' , -

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. 'SYDNEY, Thursday, Not much trade was done in Sussex street to-day. Stocks were short. New arrivals are awaited. ' Very little oaten chaff was available. There was vgood sale for oats. Maize was steady at 3/8. Quotations: Oats 2/7 to 3/ bus, pota toes £8 to £10 ton, onions £8/10/ to £9 ton, eggs 9d dozqn, poultry was in fair demand at recent rat«^s.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

CUiRB FOR STOMAGH DISORDERS. Disorders of the stomach may be. avoi- ded by the use of Chamberlalnjs Tablets - for ithe stomach .and liver. Many were' remar-kable cures have been effected' by these tablets. Sold by-Geo'. Mallaby.* - STOCK AND PROPERTY. , ' { F. J. BISHOP, v » v Architect, s - CENTRAL CHAMBERS . , ? TAMWdWSM. ? STOCK AND PROPERTY. HANDY' QUIRINDI; 372 Merino Ewes, f.m., few broken, good cond, about 40 per cent, Line. Cross Uambs, Sept drop at foot given in. 18/6. 400 Merino Ewes, sound moutlis; few Q tooth, Line. Ram's joined 1st Nov. ? 21/. ROURKE & KENNEDY. QUHONDI. \ Printed and published by ALBERT JOSEPH, of White Street, Torowortn, for the Tamworth Newspaper Company, Limited, at tho office of the Company Peei Street. Tamifortb. STOCK AND PROPERTY. » I WOOLiBROOK. ? - 70 Bullocks, pick .of 86, 40 are 3 to 4 years, 40 vof, -these are goo.d colors, balance -good dairy colors, good con dition to fat. £10/15/. . TAMWORTH. , . 50 Cows, 3 to 7, 14 calves at foot...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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ATTUNGA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

ATTUNGA RACES. (From oiir Correspondent.) The Attun'gii Pony - Kncef Cluli hjild tho annual meeting on Nw Year's I-ay on the Byrnes' Estate, 'Known ? as the .Melon I Hole Padddclc.' The meeting ?was a great success on the ideal 4J fur long, nearly straight course. The wea ther 'was intensely hot, there'., b'e'ing 'no shade anywhere, and Mr. William Carey, of ,tho Attunga. Hotal, consequently did a roaring trade. The attendance \yn6 very good, including, crowds of local farmers, than whom .none knows better ?the qualities of a good horse. ' ' Tho par tial failure of thei harvest did not seum to trouble them, yo't'there seemed plenty of money about, while the few 'books' who were there must have scored welt.^ The races were keenly^ contestedj and ivero very interesting. Some good and well-known ' performers - competed,, and some exciting ^finishes took place. 1m following committee .worked, -well to maJvo the meeting a success :—Aj udge, Mr. J.1 MoShanei,- ' starter, Mr. 'Tom. Phelan ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(Published in "The Times.") AMSTERDAM, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

(Published1 in 'The Times.1'). AMSTERDAM. Thursdav. The 'Frankfurter .Zeitung' accuses the Allies of declining1, a peace confer ence from fear of being compelled to disclose the real war aims of the re spective .Entente Powers. Germany and her allies must break open the door of peace with the sword.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAVERLEY COUNCIL CHARGES. Heavy Fines Imposed. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

WAVERLEY COUNCIL CHARGES. Heavy Fines Imposed. SYD.N1-A. Thursday.' The proceedings, 'arising out of the re ce'it developments' ' in 'the \Vaverley Council c,diTJ,menoed Vf tho Paddingtou Poiic© C'o\u;fe'r»td-dayJ - when Leslie ' Lam ro- k,« John- Cox and William- ( Donald wire. tho defendants.' '??? , '? ,, 'Rio ch(irke- against Lamrock was.' that viliilt'i being' Mayor of 'Waverley- he ivai diiLctly and -indirectly on gaged Snd in tvicsted in a c'onti-atL with tho Bondi J£s tuuo Company,. Ltd., for tho' sale ot .lands to the council. ''j'lio magistrate alter hearing the- evi di'-ice said there had been a breach of bin- Actj' hut the believed Doctor Lain iti'Ii thought ho 'as acting well within In- rights and doing his best alike; for tlu-- ujumcil inid tho Vendors of the land. 'Hi- imposed a fine of £55. Cos pleaded /guilty to acting as agent for an insurance company which had d lings,,.w.jth xlio council and was .fined .C,V-. Hefivas also- -fined £55 on a- similar c!i:ii-ge to., ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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BRAILA MUST FALL. HEROIC, RESISTANCE IN DODRUDJA. Roumanian Granaries Empty Husks. No Corn for the Germans. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

BRAILA MUST FALL. HEROIC RESISTANCE IN ~ , DODRUDJA. Roumanian Granaries Empty Husks. No Corn for the Germans. (Published in 'The Times.'') 'LONDON, Thursday. The capture of Macin virtually cuds the defence o-f Dobradga. The 'Russians having evacuated the rest of that territory had' held on to Macin ibrid'gehead in order to protect Braila from the rear. It has now been whittled down undter the pressure of reiterated, '.attacks until all remaining to the Russians is a nar-row belt of land between the'marshes carrying- the high way to the Danube and1 Braila. ' Tims' -the Bulgo-Germans are enabled to bring up guns within eight miles east of Braila. - The enemy's advance has'been so re tarded thai, it is safe to assume that the contents of the granaries have bee,n removed.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE TELEGRAMS. HELPING RETURNED SOLDIERS. Mr. Hughes Says Matter in Hand. National Organisation. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. HELPING RETURNED SOLDIERS. Mr. Hughes Says Matter in Hand. National Organisation. ^..uNliY 'i'lmibUay. Mr. ]luj-lu-a :-.t.itou tu.s iiltcrliouH thilt tile- wliol-i subject of distress among re tinned soldiers would be gone into at llio Premiers' Conterenco to-morrow and ii definite- decision would be arrived at i),v the li'ederiil (jovi-nmnt- iit- to its pint. Any returned soldier who 'felt in :my w.iy. aggrieved should npply to the Stilt*, \\ sir Councils. 'luio (statement that ilr. . HugUes it- giving consideration to. tlio creation of a National organisation which oould oft'ee t:\oly uissi&fc returned soldiers with mon ey grants or. securing them' employment lui.s been received with pleasure by those connected wiih the Returned Soldiers' Association Dean Talbot stilted lie was very glad lo see that the Prime Minister acknow ledged' tJie pi'c&cit unsatisfactory condi-1 lions. He thought som'e Miieine ot cen tralising the 'administration of all funds...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRIA'S NEW RULER. WANTS TO BE FREE OF GERMANY. After Separate Peace. BERNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

AUSTRIA'S NEW RULER. WANTS TO BE FREE OF GERMANY. After Separate Peace. (United1 -Sen-ice.) BERNE, Thursday. It is reported/ from Zurich from offi cial circleb al Vienna tliat the Emperor Karl is preparing .to iree the army from the humiliating German control. Count Goluchotwefci has returned to Vienna from Switzerland! where the peace mission failed. It is reported German agents shadowed1 him while on Swiss soil. The Germans apprehend that Austria is' seeking a separate peace, This is regarded as highly 'significant of the relations between Berlin and Vienna.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO MILLION BRITISH TROOPS. NOW ON 100 MILE WEST FRONT. LONDON, Thursduy. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

TWO MILLION BRITISH TROOPS. NOW ON 100 MILE WEST FRONT. (Renter's Telegram:) LONDON, Thursday. 'A Pans communique says : There is ' nothing except the usual' cannonade ut 'different parts of the front. 'Reuler's .correspondent at headquart ers says : The British front in the west is now nearly a hundred miles, whereon we have massed about two million troops.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORPHANAGE CHILD DROWNED. MAITLAND, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

ORPHANAGE CHILD DROWNED. MA1TLAND, Thursday. A sad drowning1 fatality occurred yes terday afternoon lat Spier's Point. A large number of children, inmates of the Dr. Murray Memorial Orphanage at CaiapiheH's Hill, were taken for. a pic nic to Spier's Point in charge of three priests and a number of ladies. In the atternoon the children were bathing when Alice Blaclcort is believed to have had a fit In the water. She was removed as quickly as possible, but the doctor pronounced life extinct. Where the child was 'at the time the water was very shallow. Deceased was 10 years of age and had' beeh' at the Orphanage for G years.

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THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. Sultry tliuiitierstorms in N.E. quart er; fliic and cool elsewhere with show ers shortly on the coast wit!1, strong winds. . THE DAILY OBSERVER. FRIDAY, JANUARY -5, 1917.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALLEGED SERIOUS ASSAULT. Young Man Charged. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

ALLEGED SERIOUS ASSAULT. Young Man Charged. Vincent Charles Condvon (2o) on re mand, appeared at the Tamworth Police Court on Thursday with having assault ed Albert Jtaybury thereby occasioning him actual ibodily harm. Ho was further remanded till tin- 11th insfc. 13ail was allowed, self in £-10, with one surety in £40( or 'bwo in £20 eaoh.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

DON'T you BELIEVE IT.- ' Sqine say that chronic constipation cannot be .cured. Don't you 'beljevie 'l^'. Chamberlain's Tablets for the '.'stomach' land liver have cured others— why not [you? Give them a trial. ^They cost only elghteenpence. Sold by1 Geo. Mallaby chemist,*

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST GABLE NEWS. CONGESTED GRAVES. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION PROTESTS. Proper Burial for Anzac Dead. Military Difficulties. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

LATEST CABLE NEWS. CONGESTEDGRAVES. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIA TION PROTESTS. - Proper Burial for Anzac Dead. Military Difficulties. (United Service.), LONDON, Thursday. The A.N\A. -in a deputation to Mr. Fisher, High Commissioner, protested against the practice of' burying as many as nine Australians in one grave and! £-pecifled cases at Nunheid. and Kensali'ise cemeteries. At the funerals there , was no sign of Australian recog nition. They urged that provision should -be made for gun carriages and, Australian' firing- parties and for a sin gle grave which 'would enable relatives to erect head&tones and remove the re mains' to Australia if. desired. The military said single graves were too costly and firing parties would take soldiers from the duties of war. Mr. Fisher said he recognised that collective burying was' revolting to rela tives. The congestion in London caus ed difficulties that did1 not arise in Aus tralia, lie was impressed with -the strength of the ease and...

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WAR SERVICE COMMITTEE. Meeting To-night. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

WAR SERVICE COMMITTEE. Meeting1 To-night. Attention., is drawn- ,to , an ? uuvert.i*o ' m-eub Mi our 'advertising columns, culling u aneeting'of the .AVer Sorvico Coniniit . -tcov'iii'the Mechanics' Institute at 8 '.o'clock' thv- evening. The- mooting, is in uonn-eetioii with' the now recruiting cam paign,, and it is purticnlnrly desired that all wembt'rs should iittonel, :is tin- bxisi n-ess is important.

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GERMAN PEACE THUNDER. WHAT THE ALLIES MUST DO. Huns' Gentle Intention. "Break Open Peace Door with Sword." AMSTERDAM, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

GERMAN PEACE THUNDER. WHAT' THE ALLIES MUST DO. Huns' Gentle Intention. 'Break Open Peace Door with Sword.' (B outer's Telegram.) AMSTERDAM. Thursday. The 'Frankfurter. Zeitung' says: If peace were conclud'edi to-day the En tente must renounce all plans of con quest and! agree to furnish guarantees to rectify the frontiers of Gemianay and her allies, especially in the east andi south-east. ^ IBritaiu must perhaps even grant »the freedom of the seas._

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WHY MR. HUGHES SHOULD GO. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

WHY MR. HUGHES SHOULD GO. * ifsouie oi' tho more sor'eh'eadedi members oi' the Federal' Labor party are dis playing u mischievous inclination to further discredit the Commonwealth by '.stirring up an agitation' against the de parture oi Mr. Hughes, to attend the special War Council. They claim that us he is the leader of a minority in Parliament he bus no right to pos=e as pie 'representative olt the Australian people. Naturally Mr. Hughes, -would hot and could not go upon so import ant a mission unless he were assured of the support of a- majority in the House ol Representatives. The Lib orals, -who have all t'hrough the war displayed! a much more national spirit than au inilueu-Ual section of the Labor party, are willing to allow Mr. Hughes to so as Prime Minister provided he admits them to a share in the Govern ment. Mr. llughes^iuunt accept or write bi= own political .'death warrant. He will accept, and1 ' Australia will have u de cent, strong National Ministry compos ed oi' the...

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