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TRUCKINGS' AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
/. „ ; TR.UO1CIINGS' AHEAD. follwHiig ni-o tho trucks compiled to Mpnd,ay January 8, 1917, 9 a.m., for tlin . manltels of 11th-: 2-i7 &h«op van:, 1M cattle1 ?TOggons; 'for the 15ih: '^5 shcop ?' Tm18!00 catt^ wri&gon,s; for tho loin: '?Joj1 vans, 41 ctittlo waggons: for tho 22nd: 13th ,-ihe?» vnns : 14 cattle wnrawmn; iar n10. Qr.Ui: lfi slioop vims,
THE FEDERAL TANGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
THE FEDERAL TANGLE. ' 'Mi. Hughes is not going 'to London after aU: ? -Something lias happened wliicU 'tlwTpoli'tieal leaders do not think it.vrbrth while to tell the public, and the mystery- ' of the Federal political . Situation is' deeper than , ever. All' that j .can ''be gathered v&'oin s*the vejled 'hints; mid-' evasive ans,-\vcrs of .Mr. Uu&hes | aud'-Mr. Cook is thai tlte ditlicully of I Amalgamating- the un-oflieial Labo rites Und the Liberal* proved insuperable. | There is little 'doubt that the grave error cf judgment which led Mr. Hughes to form his own .minority Ministry- after the 'break with -the bulk of the' Labor I party has continued with him through the^e; negotiations. He appears-, to thipk his dgmhiafiiig- personality is suf- I licieht ,to overawe the claims of the large Liberal party to a preponderat ing , yoice in. ihe government. ' What * motive is inducing slrongvmiii'ded Lib »ral^- like Sir William Irvine alul Mr. Watt, the1 nearest approach...
Y.M.C.A. LEADER'S FAREWELL MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
Y.M.C.A. LEADER'S FAREWELL MESSAGE. Mr. J. J. Virgo, ? National Field Sec retary of the Young Men's Christian As sociation,- in- leaving -Adelaide for India iff 'c'onimiation of a world tour in cun necton with the Association, said ho was delighted with' the result of Y.M.C.A. » vu». iiiiui-.- i, me \_.umuiuiiwt;cwui. ? In a 'farewell message to the Nation al Committee of the 'Association, Mr. Virgo said: — 'A great -future is ahead of the Y.M.C.A.' 'all over 'the world. Ev 6ry effort must be 'made to welcome '1 ho bbys after the war, 'to' help them in get ting back to civilian life, and to secure their permanent interest in the Associ ation of wliich, they have spoken so highly during Ch'e:'war. It behoves every existing member to be loyal to all that the Association stands for, -to make the buildings in ' the truest sense ' a 'Home from Home.'1' 'Tlie Citizens, loo, will need to con tinue the splendid support which they are' now giving in order that the Associ- j atioh- in' every ...
NO DENOMINATIONALISM IN M.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
NO DENOMINATIONALISM IN 7.M.&A. The absence of denominationalism in tlwwork of the Young' Men's Christian Association' is again' indicated toy a re port just to hand at the Australian Nat ional) headgliarfers1 from 'Mr. W. S. Row an, one ot the military secretaries' 'of the Association with the troops in France-. *The Roman Catholic chap lains,' he says, 'have mass in our hut orf 'Sunday mornings at' 9 o'clock and occasionally the Church of England has communion' services between 10 and 11 o'clock. We have a song service every. Sunday evening. ' The brigade hanus practice under our roof, and the hut has been 'used for offigers lectures;' 'Our 'canteen,' adds 'Mr.1. Rowan, 'is perhaps one of our biggest services for the men. ,This will be better understood when' it is known that we arc in tu« country- where stores are hard to pro cure except at abnormal prices. ' We sell fruit at a third of the cost deman ded- by civilians. We sell tobacco cheap er' than 'It -is sold in Engla...
THE ARROW THAT FLIETH (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER VII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
THE Ai^ROW; THAT FLIETH ''-'??'' °, BY. GUY TH0RNE, ,.,'.._! Author of 'Mantrap Manor,'. '-Wien.it Was Dark,' 'Made in His Image/' ? . 'First It' Was Ordained,' i'Aoi, Lost Cause,' &e., &e.; . (COPYRIGHT.)- '. . ,.:,,.„„ 'CHAPTER VII. — Oontanuedi.'. And it was at Pisa that he ? realised once more how hot' he was upon the scent of ' all he so.ugh.ff , and how'' Strange was the 'chance -which had brought him to this sunlit 'land/ and how 'i'ulf the dreaming afternoon was of - ? mystery for him. ' ' At Pisa the train was shunted npon another line, arid all the1 pasesiig'ers got down. There was an' hour a«d'''a 'half to wait before the journey tb^FLorerice was resumed. A few tourists' rushed but of the staiiony entered a vettura, and were driven off for a hurrie'd 'in- spoctiow of the famous Leaning- Tower. The older and more seasoned 'travel lers Remained under the glass-'roof-'of the cool' station, walked, up 'an'd-dowu the platform, smoking cigarettes ' -'or buying g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
CASUAL COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS accompanied by' ?cash for this -column are inserted at tho rate of 18 'words for 1/, and (id' for each additional fl words, or part Uipreof.' An additional charge of. Gd is made for booking. . ? , , ? WANTED.' WANTED : Applications a'i-c~i7-vitcd~from educated youths, not under 17 yeais, lor position as cadet reporter on 'Tne -Daily Observer.' Good prospects ror one wiih taste lor journalism. l«'ull particulars on application to' thin ofhec. ? ? ? . . VVANTED^A~¥mnro7'i)oy7~fo'r'DaTr'y Farm. Good wages. Apply, rr. Sip _pell, Dungowan. *- ' *| WANTED.— Gb'o'd~SmaFt'l\iSrToT'l5ai7y ' marni'. ? Wages 30/ a week.' Apply H I Maher, Dungowan. WANTED.-Cook. Apply,' Mrs. G. R - Gill, Emu Creek. Wa'^ia. . , ? n [WANimu wr small- acnoolj ArmTdale' Cook, General and Two Housemaids Very simple cooking. Full wages paid during school holidays. Apply, with references. Miss Tendall, Dan gar Srroet,_Armldale. WANTED— ifwcTmcn, -to -press fromHFo to- 50 tons new lucerne h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
Y! JRE FOR STOMACH DISORDERS. Disorders of the stomach may lie avoi ded by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets for the stohiach and liver. 'Many werte remarkable cures have been effected by these tablets. . Sold by Geo. Mallaby.* STOPS THE PAIN INSTANTLY . ? The pain' caused by a burn or scald w.ill be instantly ( relieved if Dr. Shel don's Magnetic 'Liniment is applied. A most( useful household remedy -io al ways- have, on hand. Price 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at G. S. Dalton.'*1 / 'ALSTON Latest Patent (1912) GEARLESS WINDMILL The last word in Mills- _ \ , qb\™ 'x^^/' Has fewer 'working parts than y^JJIk'L^rV any other Windmill , / ' t^Cflwl^^ v ^No'geat^heel^. _ ?. No H|^ : Alt working 4»rts enclosed , 'sas^^^^i ** Stewart and ., Oompan^ ; Agents5 PHoilE, 252. A ' ?, MARiuS STREET, TAMW0BTH. :;-;So'l.''g reejs, . ,V;.' , LEVIATHAN COMMISSION AGENT. - -; ' - Commissions Executed on all Government Licensed Racecourses. STARTING PRICES OBTAINED ON ALL WlilSKLY EVENTS IN THE /?'??'' 'SikTE...
MARKET REPORTS. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
MARKET REPORTS. 'SYDNEY. ' 'Australian ''Mercantile, Land and fari ance Company, Limited, ' report 6th' January, 191-7:— ' Rabbit SJtins.— As ,no sales liave been held -since the Xmas' recess, jirefaous ^uuiations are repeated. The offerings were again' small.. , A very good demand prevailed and catalogues were cleared at prices l,d t,o 2d per lb, above flgur.es ruling^ at,the previous auction's. Quota tions: Best bircks, 29d to' 'iifyd; good bucks, 26d to 28d; medium bucks, 2lu to 25d; ,piixed sorts, ;t7d to 20d; smalls and' racks, lBd' to 19d; best does, 21d to 23d; average docs, I7d to I9%d; gutted bucks, bes.t, 19Vad to. 23d;, gutted does, ^ bost, 9%'d1 to T3d. , Kangaroo, F.ox, Wallaby an,h Opos sum Skins.1— A's uo ..sales ' hay.e ,been\heia since* the Xmas re'sess, 'previous' quota tions are repeated. Kangaroo, wallaroo wallaby, and goatskins ruled firm at vl£to rajiesv , Fox, Skins ;c T^lie best sortr yrffef deader, ^vhilst qtli.etf grades ,_ were -? -without' , w&ter...
BIAS TOWARDS CATHOLICS. Clarge Against Queensland Government. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
BIAS TOWARDS CATHOLICS. CUrge' Against Queensland Govern ment. SYDXEY, Tuesday. Tiie Brisbane 'Courier ' openly cliar ges the Government with bias towards ^auolics andNvery strongly condemns tUc selection of an untried man lor the irto.dentship of the Arbitration , Court 'inu the humiliation , imposed on Judge' .\)c:-'augliton, a man oC proved integrity ana ability on the bench. j 'x .ie Minister for Justice points out tlhM two Catholics have been appoinicd lo .itgli positions in the Justice Dopart oic-i. as against eight Protestants.