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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
v11TCHEL.L:b Special Vinegar, Mit chell's Special sauce and Blue iUbljou . Coffee Essence are equal^ to any impor ted, and cheaper.* N ?„? CASUAL COLUMN WANTED. 'WANT50D': Applications arc invited from I educated youths, aiot under 17 years, for position as cadet reporter on ''I'll© Daily Observer.'7' Good1 prospects lor one' with taste for journalism, .bull particulars on application to this ^office. ? WANTED.— .A Good General Servant; also a Woman to do laundry work ?weekly. 'Apply, Mrs. J. E. Adams, _ Carthage-street,! Tanrworth. ? WAN.TE'dT-j-A Maii~6i;'B6y'; for Dairy Farm. Gooi 'wages. Apply, T. Sip pell, Dungowan. .WANTEDT^^oo'd^Sinart MaF^oF~DaiFy Farm. Wages 30/ a week. Apply,' H. ?Maher, Dungowan'. - WANTED.— Cook! . Apply, MriTG.' R. Gill, Emu Creek, Wa'igTia. ? ? ' WANTKD l'or Small School, Armidale. Cook, General and Two Housemaids. Very simple cooking. Full wages paid during 'school holidays. Apply, with references. Miss Tendall, Dan gar Street, Armidale. ? WANTED. — A...
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS GLEN INNES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS -* ? «. — : — ^ / GLEN INNES. (From our Correspondent.) v The vital statistics for tlic q^lal?to^ en ding 31st December, are as .follows: — Birtlifc: 49 males, 34 females; total, 83; deaths: 12 males, 12 fcjmales; total, 24; marriages, 21. .-3yv foi. «« /inn Kft nsnm*taincd. tile 7TUI1-. ing returns for th-o past, year for Noi'th- crn New England arc well up to the average of previous years, although the industry has been somewhat hampered by scarcity of labor,, owing to so many of the' young, men who-, followed 'mining having enlisted. A .garden fete was hold in aid of thi MothodUt Church. '-The ,fot-v (which was 'well attended in 'thto aiternoon, wab opened by our member, Mr. I*1. J Thomas. )Several fancy goods and flow er stalls were on. the ground. In the evening 'the -attendance -was much largei evening the attendance ,wns much larger, tho night 'being 'fino and warm, people turned -.out in large numbers. During the evening. » number, of our local; ama teurs...
SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY, -Monday. - Pnallenge .Stakes: Sir Paddington. A.J.C. Sires Produce Stakes:' Skyscape Earlstine, Maxpopple FiUy, Udorie.' ' CHampagne Stakes: Skyscape, Earl sUneH-Maxpopiple Eilty,'S'unibrigliit and. Udorie. Anniversary handicap: Par West. V\R.-S St. 'Leger: Vauntres^', Certes' and Sumach. . *. . Sires Produce ' Stakes : Davia 'Henry. Ascot Vale Stakes: David Henry.
TOWN SALE YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
r ' TOWN SALE YARDS. Maiumy and Co., report . naymg . neiu their usual weekly sale^of Dairy Cattle, 'horses, vehicles, etc., at .Uieir-Town -Sale Yards on Friaay last'.5tu dnst., tea good attendance of farmers and town buyers. Only, a few head of dairy cattle yarded, and a number of horsss, vehicles , and sundries ' We sold: A/c W. Bruyn, 1 jersey heifer and calf £14/2/6, 1 do l£1.2/10, 1 springing heifer, *1J/M, 1 [draught mare £26/10, 1 mare and toal £10 1 pony £8/10, 1 bay gelding $2/10 (also a quantity -of vehicles, Jiarjaesst and 'suudries at satisfactory prices.
TAMWORTH MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
TAMWORTH MARKET REPORTS. Mahony and -Co. report having held .their usual weekly sale o£ Pat and ?Store stock 'in the Municipal Yards on Thursday, last 4th. inst.: Fat Cattle. — A fair yarding compris ing a few weighty bullocks and some good steers, balance cows and 'heifers with an odd vealer, and all round the quality was good to prime. There was .a good attendance, of buyers including a few outside men, and the market was brisk, in some cases a shade lower than the extreme values of the last sales. Best bullocksWade £15 to £17, steers £9/16 to £13, cows £8/14 to £13/2/6, heifers .£7/1 to '£810, vealers £4 to £7/5. Best beef made 45/ to 48/, med ium 40/ :to 44/ per 100 lbs. We sold:— A/c Estate W. J: Smith,- jersey' bullock £17, a/c C: H. .Erratt, Esq. 2 bullocks a't 4J5/7/6, 2 do at £15, 3 do at £14/S/6 2 do at' £13, 2 steers at £9/7, 4..do-at £8/10,' a/c Owner 1 cow £13/2/6, a/c A. Davidson, i bullock £12, 2' do ' at £9/1% 1 cow £12/14, 1 do at £11/5, 2 heifers at £7/11, 1 do at ...
Greek Army of 75,000 Waiting GERMAN ORDER TO ATTACK. How the Allies Have Been Hoodwinked. PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
Greek Army of 75,000 Waiting GERMAN ORDER TO ATTACK. How the (Allies H?ve Been Hoodwinked. \ ' (1'iiUished in 'Tli-! Times.'') ' - ., PARIS, Monday. 'Llh« 'Temp-,' iuterriewed M. Diomo des, aai ex-Minister in Ihe Venizelos ! Cabinet, who declares, that Major -Von' Falkenhoseu, t.ierrrj,'iify',s agent, directs ! the actions and! policy of the King and' General .Staff. . Constantino is in daily communica tion with, lierhn tiinl is waiting l.ho, or der to attack the Allies. Only ifour thousand troops have been I withdrawn to the Pelophon&jus. No guns or sholls have been removed. ? ? Constantine comma'nds 75,000 bay onets and1 his, olKicurs ;irc plentiful..
WRECK OF THE MATAI. Union Boat Drifts on to Reet. Passengers Escape to Island. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
WRECK OF THE MATAI.. ?, Union Boat Drifts on to Reet. Passengers Escape to Island. SYDXKY. Mondav. Details «oi the loss, of the Union (H:n liany'h steamer Maitai wore recei/cd ;.t \u'kland to-day. The vessel \vu,; bound from '-')'! v -d. nut il appears that early on Xiinas iv.ii ing she steamed into 'anchorage at Ra u ton^a. While the cargo was being h'-'i i erecl the vessel began lo -lrilt and '.as sar'ried bv the .tioug tide Jim -i ni^h v,n\l on Ui Hie reet and subsoir-ieu'ly 'ie-fime hard and fast. The engines 1'iiv eel to ahili nc.w The Captain realising Ihe dans.'- ct l.h-! position, of his vessel, dlr'ecte'l -tlita the passengers b(- '.enl ashore 'in light ers. This work was, difficult, o-vi i.'S io a heavy swell and the steamer's Mk r. !l. i?h'e passengers and crew were 'conti.i usiltv (brown on to Ihe decks. \t t o'clock ihe following morning ;i-P vffa^i'! had made so much water 111 it t.- nremen were forced oin of (ho onsine room and attempts' at refloating were, \,hfi i do...
Economic Pincers. NOT THE ALLIES' MAIN WEAPON. Enemies Must Be Beaten in the Field. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
. Economic Pincers. , NOT THE ALLIES' MAIN WEAPON. Enemies Must Be Beaten in the Field. (Published in 'Tlie .Tunes.!*,) l : LONDON', Mondav. The.- 'Times,' in a leader says: The economic, pincers are undouWcsdly Jiip ping Austria and Germany sharply but, those are only an uuxiliaray. weapon. Their armies must he defeated in the fieMi. Tho, decision must come on the west front.' General Nivellc's' victory , proved thai telling iWows may be de livered at comparatively light cost. (Praiico.-British co-operation ii closer j than ewr Tor the corning campaign. No I p'ains will be spared to make Hie. blow] smashing and' decisive.
LATE TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. Wharf Laborers Demand More Wages. State Trawlers. Koraaga's Catch Not Handled. Mortake Gas Strike. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
LATE TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. Wharf Laborers Demand More Wages. State. Trawlers. \ ? Koraaga's Catch Not HantllciJ. Mortlakc Gas Strike. KYPXUY. Monday. -\ mop worK meeting ot mo. WlnirC I aborers Ifnion lias bebn convened lot Wednesday nisUf to discuss a proposal for an increase in the rate of wages. The movement was, started hy ''R(ed daggers,-' jnU ia receiving i.troim ,ujj port in certain quarters, but is unlikely to succeed,1, altliough Ilio mluoritv &n,. exipected to do their utmost to pracioit ate trouble. ' The in nf ton slaushlermen liave re'iiim u(J work at G-lebe Island Abattoirs! (nor demand for increased rates having i ci-n j conceded. ? TIih State Trawler Koraaga returned | to Port to tie discharged. The clenors, i however, declined to handle 1li-- fhii os the result of whicli^a-'serious extension jf ihe recent trouble is. anticipated. -rr. Stead, manager of the Htate I lf.h er'ie's Department is optimsjtic about; th v Derartments ability to defea...
German Prize Crew. FIRED ON BY OWN COAST GUARDS LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
German Prize Crew. FIRED ON BY OWN COAST GUARDS' (United Men ice.) t ! ' LONDOX, Monday. A ''DaiJy Mail' report from The Hague stains that thfe s-teonior Pldamlti left Iktitei'dum for London on Decem ber 27. A German dostiioyer intercepted he; and despatched1 a wize crew. A foi' , caused the new cominiui'dur lo go astray. Lift found himself in the mom ing off the French coast. ' lift ondeavor ed to return. The German count guard at Ostend fired on and damaged (he ship, and sunk a lifelwat containing thu escaping crew, a fourth ol' whom were drowned or wounded. , Tin* Pldaittbt. Imdly damaged, was1 convoyed to Zeebrngse. .'' -
Belgian Deportations. PASSIONATE PROTEST TO NEUTRALS. PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
Belgian Deportations. . PASSIONATE PROTEST TO NEUTRALS. (Published in 'Tho Times.') I 'A 111, S, Monday. IYi a public protest against the Bel fiiiin deportations, Maurice Matter! ink. the famos.iv dramatist, j-cbuked neu trals for their 'apathy. ' ' ,. He declared, in a passionate apostro phe: You who bear the nam'e «J' neu trals are' aknie'; able to hinder' und pun ish Wits «rijrrt-'i.' \V-- iiro powerless. Be tween these 'criminals and humanity tin' giilf is uncrossable till after long years of penitence; suffering, ;md humil iation.
EVERYBODY A VOLUNTEER. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
EVERYBODY A VOLUNTEER. Men and women—old or young— city or counbiy; you are requested xn enrol your nawet :i'.' members «L the recruiting wmnuittw tin '.your district. To di- fao , Jill in this: — To the Jlrtn. -Donsikl Aladkumon, DirectoMlouoral ol Recruiting. l I volunteer; to bo ii member nj the Itu ' cruitiug Oominitteo in my district,' Niuno ? ?' ? ?' ? .?' ? ? AddiJw-s ? ? ? ? ? ? Out mil/ Ihu above im-l )J(tf-fc 'to, Diixictor-Gener.il --[ Recruiting, i ' Mooro-street, % i ? -Sydney. a u Every niiiu or woman answering Uiifi cull Will do u Jbiirvifla to Lho ' Kin pirn. 'WJiint you' will Ik- usked to do: — Ibh, Attend! a meeting in youi dis,t 1 f j-«^, ' ' ' ' t j , and. Intorni the chairman ol the clist ? rict conunittoo bow you van liolp to 'win. bho w»r. : ? i ' ' 3rd. ' Work heartily to , obtiuti (?--?? ^oruits . '
WHAT DOES MR. HUGHES WANT? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
WHAT DOES MR. HUGHES WANT? ? 'Pile impenetrable air of my.-tery .?ibjcml the 1'Vdenil political situation is deepening daily. . Mr. Hughes remains tlio Sphinx. He will s-nj nothing, an. I apparently lu- will do iiulhiii» ,lo clear .way the clouds and- allow the dccuIc o£ Australia 'to see\\vh;il i-- undcuneusji Iho obscurity. There seems little doubt | that the real cKflieuUy is over the al lolincni of portfolios in iho proposed new National Ministry.' The Liberals i -unwonted ? to Mr. Hughe m»in-^ to, London lo represent Australia al the-i \V7ir Council provided' he handed over to the party which is keeping him in power a majority of the Ministerial positions. MV. Cook i.-- asking for -six portfolios, leaving the Hughes party four, Evidently this doer- not niiit cither Mr. Hughes or hit- follower;. They want an equal or .-i; preponderatr ing share (it ine spoils. Mow tney can demand even an equal 'hare \a ditticjull to understand. They arc Hie smallest party in the House of Represe...
LATEST CABLE NEWS. Allied Leaders in Rome. MOMENTOUS CONFERENCE. "Definite and Complete Victory." Speedy Actions to Follow the Decisions. ROME, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
LATEST CABLE NEWS. ??:,':,-?:?; .;?(?????-;, .'-.-. -.r-o^'- ' ? '? ~: ??- — ^ ? - — :— — '?—— — . .-'.:? ?'-????.-. Allied Leaders in Romev MOMENTOUS CONFERENCE. 'Definite and Complete Victory.' Speedy Actions to Follow, the Decisions. - (JJcirter's Telegram.) - ItOJIE, Monduy. Siguor Boselli, tho Premier, gyve, ,i luncheon to (he Allied Conference dole gates.' - ' ,In toast in« the Allies he prophesied deilnite and' complete yi'etory .wliich would resul-t from their closely con certcd action .and determin'ation'.i. B. Briund, Fren'eli Premier, in reply- ' ing, associated himself with Siguor Bos elli's prophesy. The crowd1 outside owated the depart ing- deleo-fftes, C5i-ecially Lloyd George, M. Briand. and General Cadorna. Tho last-nam'e'd's motor ear was compelled to iwoceed1 at walking- puce, as the streets wore packed wilh ii continu ously cheering populace. Tho 'Gibrnal I'liili/i' emphasises the importance of the phrase 'deii?iit« and oom-olote vietorv.' which it, swivs SiOTior...
"Most Important and Happy." RESULT OF THE CONFERENCE. Complete Reserve Maintained. ROME, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
'Most Important and Happy.' RESULT OF THE CONFERENCE. Complete Reserve Maintained. (Published in 'The' Times.') . R03IE, Monday. The Conference official meetings were' supplemented by various private con- | versations between the statesmen of! different countries. , The 'Giornale d'ltiilia' says: The \ Go-nfer-oimo h.is . fcirn -?fifi):ionc; — milibi rv I und political. 'Several joint meetings have already bee.ri.held with, results most' important und! happy. The Conference will proceed daily; until (he discussions are finalised: The^ 'Times' Borne correspondent says complete leserve i. ) maintained regarding the iIhuu sibu of the AUiej' Ministers und military leadters. A note worthy feature is the almost complete absence of the usual ceremonial Eunuc
TAMWORTH FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
I TAMWORTH FIRE. During Ibis -»urly houvs of ycbteraay ?mofuirig u, tun l-iol-e out in lho i»it»n)«-«i .it. lh(* rear ot All Fred Hassan's resi donoe, in Marius-strect, Tnm^oiHi. I'Jio ?,1ip-1, flinch finiUumi'] a nuanliLy ot h.iy, m-iis dU.lioyed. loncdK'.r ^v j bli tlm coi.'i/onls. At c;nn b\n%« th» house war. ..threatened by the . flames, ' which how ever 'W«ro soon got . under by the ui-oj brigade.