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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. SYDNIiY', Tuesday. \\ mchcoiubc, Cai%ou, X/td., reporc: — l'licP.1* io lour iirbt appraifecnient of the wool catalogue of OtLO bales were avail in le to-day. -\k-. and .J. II. fjoc-kett'« ileeco from AVagga, was apspraised at 27Jd. ; .\. d. MtfKealinie, Qucanbeyaii, i'..id/; Allaii' Mull' h?iiio i^ju. : 'Llibfc. Annslrong, Ya's^, 24 Jd. ; '\V. T. Merri mnn \ n«s 2-H.'; \V. T. KdwaitU, Goul lnii-n, ,2-lJd. ; H. 1-. AVWeman, Inverell, 21id. :' scoui-ed fleece, 39d.
SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. ;.-} D- ? . luefctlay. Many .stocks ot produce aro getting low consequently prices m iiusocx-strecc to-day liardenea. Onion,s wore in tuuill bttupiy. lho,. demand wad iiood. Homo houses reiK.ii-' « good dcninud ior micon aud .an' exceptional one ior hums and tliiccso. The demand unproved lor pota i toete and pi-nno quality acivtiuced. ^niistc luu-d'ened very httlo. Good quality was on t.ho market. (Juotaitiou*i: iMaize 3/8 to 3/9 bushel; millot £23 to £32 ton; barley, nominal, ?1/ to 5/ bushol; oats 2/7 to '3/ busbfcl; onions £' to £10 ton; potatoes, £O to tit ton; eggs, I'd. to 10d. doz. ; poult »y, unchanged. l
AMERICAN PEACE SCANDAL. LEAKAGE OF PEACE NOTE TO WALL STREET. Great Profits Made. Author of "Frenzied Finance" Exposes Swindle. LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
jAMERICAN PEACE SCANDAL. LEAKAGE OF PEACE NOTE TO WALLSTREET. , Great .Profits' Made. Author cf 'Frenzied Finance' 'Exposes i .Swindle. (Neuter's 'telegram-.) LONDON-. -Monduv. The Somite Committee at Washington is iuvestifviting t'be alleged leak of offi cial information regarding lh' peace note by which great profits were- made in Wall fetreet, and held h heated session. The Pres.den.tls secretary and Mr. Lansing, Foreign Secretary, sweepingly denied any .fault of the State Depart ment or White House. Mr. 'Lawson_ author of 'Frenzied Finance,' who 'is the chief witness, de clared that all the charges made in the press and by. the public wcro certainly true He added: It is one of tiie commonest tbings in Wall Street. The leakage of Government and Court affairs which af fect securities' is premeditated and. delib erate robbery of the A'mericui people through stock gamble'rs. 1 came here to give 'honest testimony only to have hell lambasted out of me as soon as Con gress is convened ...
FEELING IN GERMANY. Depressed but Still Determined. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
FEELING IN GERMANY. - Depressed but StHI Determined. ? * *? . LONDON, Monday. (Reulbr's Telesii-uui. ) women n-om;,i3erun confirm the lack of essenUal foodstuffs. 13-veryone is longing for . v«ace, but they understand tliac they must, .continue to fight. The people, are hopeful that the conquest of Bessarabia and entry into Odessa will ensure victory. The Austro-Mungirian ex-Foreign Mii^ ister, Coluohowski, has arrived at Vevey, ostensibly on a family visit, but be is in vcHlity inquiring tor King Charles into thg views and ntentions ol' the Allies.
DEATH FROM MENINGITIS. MAITLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
DEATH FROM MENINGITIS. MAITLAND Monday. « saci tteath occuned at Moipeth on Jmday night, when Mary Balgleish, aged V p ? llle youngest Uaughter or ivn . .,,?*,? Da'sleish, postmaster at that I-wce, succumbed to an attack nr mflnin t'Z' ^arly m the week she appeared W? ?, her usual healln. and on the waT™ !e beach on New Year's Dav was h!f- *nl'larIy brleht and cheerful, It «Uh»L w«aneBday morning that she tae „} Many slgns of Illness- complain hoin J n'?i in her head- deceased was ffi. a L^0,1 afenebri, andi was' a particu wraiy blight young gul. ' '
LEAVES FROM A WEEK'S. DIARY. Social and Unsocial Life in Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
LEAVES FROM A WEEK'S DIARY/' Social and Unsocial Life in TamWortli. (By Urbania.) F.vfchor Beiiviid Vaughan, v\iha mostly occupies himself with, upbiaiding so ciety for its 'sins and follies, -ha& been cracking jokes And cracking them in Glasgow ot all places. , \m Jijme jokb ,vas that he had heard' the Government ivas going to charge 9d for every dozen words a mother-in-law uttered m hei son-in-law's house. Daughters-in-law, it may be remarked, in passing were to have no redress. The good lather went on to remaik that if only the Govern ment taxed every dozen words uttered against it it would raise quite a consid erable revenue.. One might pass the joke on to Australia. If the Commonwealth Government raised 9d &? dozen for every do?en words uttered against the Day light Saving Act there would be no need for the Conference of Piemlers to lie awake o' nights thinking where they can raise the next loan. In the opinion of most people it is the most benighted torm of ann...
SPORTING NOTES. (By "Wakeful.") FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
SPORTING NOTES. .(By 'Wakeful.') FIXTURES. JANUARY. ll— Manilla Grass-Fed. 12, 13— Inverell. 17— Quirindi Trotting. 23, 24 — Tamiworth. ' 26 27— A.L.H. Quirindi. 11 (and Feb. 1)— Werris Greek A.R.C. FEBRUARY. ]__\Verris Creek Amateurs. 2, 3— Waloha. ' 3__\Varwick Farm. 1t 8 — Uralla. ' ' 10— Canterbury Park. 14, 15, 10— Awnidale. 17 — Rosohill. 21, 22 — Quirindi. 24 — Mooefield. , THE TURF. Owners and others interest ed_ should bear in mind ithat entmes close on Janu ary 16 for the Tamivorth J.C races,, on Tncsd'ay and Wednesday, January 23 and 24. The programme is, as usual, a. very good, one, including races of from five to nine' furlongs, and is e\ ' peeted to be a. great success. ''The trotting horses Tommy 'Tidlei and Phil May and the pony Cape'Bar ley were sold, at the Campei'dovvii sale yards on Monday. Tommy Tidier teul ised 90, guineas, 'Phil May 33 guineas, nnd-.Cape Bar.ley.17 guineas. One of the-ioklesfc rafe^iclubs in New South Wales, Biandford, has practi cally committ...
TAMWORTH LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
TAMWORTH LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. The usual meeting of the above So ciety was held in the Presbyterian School Hal' en December 28. Pie&ent Mrs. Fletcher vice-president, in the chair, Mesdafnes Johnson, Bielefeld, ? .», uicpji, o'ueuiiieiuii, .ijuaaers, iNew nian, Walker, Misses Settatiee and li ving, and the secretary Mrs. Blitz. An apology vras received from Mrs. Chan man, The visitors, Mesdames Newman a.nd zanders, reported that all the inmates or tire Cottage Home were well and were grateful for Xmas cheer SeVeral re tee Were acoedcd t0 by the commit fhe sectary. Mis. Bnitz, reported on »coupie of cases, which weie granted Accounts were passed for payment on tue motion of Mrs. Johnson, seconded by mis. Walker. Visitors (or, the incoming fortnight are Mesdames Fletcher and Shoclileton
MR. COOK'S VIEW. 'The In-Between Party." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
MR. COOK'S VIEW. 'The Ih-Between Party.' X see in bohvo quarters an , aittean.pt is boing made to ibring into existence an other purty — an 'in-between'' 4 party — which they call tho National , .party,' said the Liberal loader,. Mr. Cook, in a speeeob. to the .Executive, of --the- Stata Liberal Council on Monday -niglit. ' '1 ?iun not much, concerned as to. its naoie, but I am more concerned as' to- the-mcu CQinpos:.mf it. - TJioy call' it the National party and delegates arc already. ?' meet- in « in Alelbourner; -.but when I. look. at tho ,namu3 of tJiecie-. delegates I, find' only th« names cf ? ljuibpr . nif-n. By no cod c-eivablo accidontf have t-liey been able to sluiublo on a Li'bei-al delegate. The three m«-n 'from this State nre Liubor lrlen, and I am al)lo to say that there are two \Lnihor .moil from. Western Australia, and that the delegates -from South Australia and -from Queensland are also Labor men. ? Tihis of course, may be only a coincidence oiiifc at a^iy rato I w...
BOMBERS HOW THEY PLAY WITH SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
BOMBERS. HOW THEY PLAY WITH SUDDEN DEATH. Bombers really carry their lives m * Lhoir hands, (writes 'R W.' in the Lon aon 'Daily Mail'), 'me Mills bomb, with its pineapple-like exterior, is. a dan gerous weapon. To use it suacessfully against an enemy, and at the same time guard, against mishaps, requires special knowledge and training. The British soldier takes naturally to bomibing— that is, the offensive part, of attacking and hurling the missies At lirst, however, when he joins a bombing school, he evinces considerable shyness of these little, waspish weapons of war. This shyness is prompted by ignorance, and quickly gives place to enthusiastic keenness, when once he has^learned how to manipulate the by no means intricate weapon. It can easily be understood that from the nature of the»r work bombers run a considerable amount ot daily risk before they are fitted, to get on business terms with the enemy. Far 'behind the lines, and out of danger of hostile shells, many incidents of...
COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA WAR LOAN. Fourth Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA WAR LOAN. 1 Fourth Issue. Attention is invited to the fact that the Commonwealth is now askmft roi subscriptions to A fouith ivar loan It is the; dirty of every pel son. in Aus tiaha to do all ?tlhat is possible to speed ily bnmi victoiy to Bn-tish uinis Al icady tlieio aio hundreds ot theusancis of Austialians who aie living but to One end— victory -which will result in the ovoithiow of tho aggiessior, the mam tenanco 0* the rights of the smaller na tions and freedom from military despot ism. ' Eveiythmg that -wo hold dear is involved in the straggle. Tho light to govern oui selves, oni means of liveli hood, and oui p'ei-sonal hl^eity aio thi eatenecl.. In view' of tho slave, laids ot membeis of oui own families may we at ibtalte Pawiotiaai and s'elf-uiterest alike demand that we maintain the fight vwth all our strength. Tho provision of funds is just as nc cessaiy as the piovision of men, and most in gently arc you appealed to lor assistance. you aie aske...
NO STRIKE Of WHEAT GROWERS. TAMWORTH FARMERS AND SETTLERS. Meeting of District Council. "Farmers insulted, Slighted, and Humiliated." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917
NO STRIKE OF WHEAT ,, GROWERS. TAMWORTH-FARMEtoS'' AND SETTLERS. _____ i ijk i i Meeting of District Council. 'Farmers Insulted, Slighted, and Humiliated.' The usual quai terry meeting of the District Council ot the Farmers 'and Sct tleiis.' Association was held on 'Jiiesday morning ?wheni a. Jiumbef- of impoitant matteis affecting larmeis. ,' paibicujaily wheat mo'Wpis, woie discfasbeh. Those pn-esent woro Mesras. W! 'J'. fcsl. (l-iesdont), Walter Cn.iffetf, 'W. Pottei, G. H Dium JJuckett, Donaldson, ? Scth Forge, JCoech and Whitehouse. fl'Jio Tic&idont said that, they must hn\e noticed tho ooi respond e-iiLo m the pi ess legarding tho question ?whether the iaimeis oi naiy of thorn had the mten t-on of giovving legs wheat than during piovious yonis It appealed the Min ister ifor Agriculturer took some excep t nn, to iemai,ks made by Mr. T. I. Campbell, the, gpneial secietaiy, in ie gaid to somo faimere saying they would not jtictv as ninth wheat dining the com ma: season' a...