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LATE MARKETS PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
LATE MARj£ETS ' PRODUCE MARK€TS.V , SYDNEY, Wednesday. Tlija quality of tho yarding at Alex andria to-day -wns a«ain. inediuin. Values fell. Quotations: WKeateri chaff prime 4/6 to 4/9, good 4/, medium. 3/6, inferior 2/3 to 3/? . oaten chait prime 4/6 to 4/9, good 4/ to 4/4, inferior 3/1,' lucornb chaff inferior 3/1, oaten, hay good 4/9, pota toes medium 5/6, inferior 4/6. Lucerne chaff, Andrews, Singleton, 3/1
WOMEN'S SUPPORT FOR WAR LOAN LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
W0MEN-S SUPPORT FOR WAR LOAN (Reuter's . Teleeram). LONDON. Tuesdav. A; special appeal ia made to wiram to. suhscrlbe to the new British -war loan Such of the cable news on this page, so headed has appeared in 'The Times,' and is cabled to Australia by special permission. It should be understood that-the opinions are not those of 'The Times,' unless expressly stated to be so. ' . ? ? ???'?'?'?'/?'
WAVERLEY COUNCIL CASES. Ex-Alderman Donald Fined £200. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
WAVERLEY COUNCIL CASES. Ex-Aldcnman. Donaki Fined £200. - WYDN'^, Wednesnav. :;. The. .case , against, ..WiHiaim, :j 'Oohald, who is alleged to linvo ofOeinted as an alderman of the \Viuv-rloy t'ounrll, while interested 1n the Port Kembla Metal Syndicate; with whom Iho Uiiun cil had contracts, was concluded lo-dciy. ( Vie magistrate decided to' convict, ittid fined *he defendant. ,c 200 with' -:ost? Tn 'the third -'as- a fine of £2 was imposed.
LATE TELEGRAMS. NEW RECRUITING METHODS. "Enlist Together, Train Together, Fight Together." Friends May Occupy Same Tent. Electorate Distribution. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
LATE TELEGRAMS. NEW RECRUITING METHODS. 'Enlist Together, Train Together, Fight Together.' Friends May Occupy Same Tent. v Electorate Distribution. KYPNJW. Wcdnesdav. ; Circulars were issued by tlie Refence pQpaSrtimont-i; to-day to all ?District '?'-'pb'tn'-'. .manderits in the Commonwealth ?? giving particulars of the methods to Iju follow ed in encouraging recruiting. Men from particular: districts are to enlist together, train together, arid fight together sir far an possible. Whenever vacancies will )i- rmit e'aih recruit is io bo allotle,-l to the arm or unit he prefers. The wishes of- friends to be allotted to the same tent will be complied w.ith. 'v To provide 'for reinforcements on a te.rritorial Imrh each Federal eledoral committee is to be informed or Its mon thly quota needed to maintain the infan try reinforcements. As far a' possible recruits irom. a par ticulai electorate will In jllovled va re inforcements for the unit already repre senting Lbfit electorate. In this ...
GERMAN FOOD SITUATION SERIOUS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
GERMAN FOOD SITUATION SERIOUS. (Pnhlishcd-.in 'The Times.') LONDON. Tuesday. ? The ''Times'.' sfiyw there wan an migry ' mPctuiK oi the Berlin Council. It was (llheloHud that there w.it, a Bcrinus food siiuniiin in ill* large towim. The chief ;purg^aster.ra'nd^ot^e^':'--ar^dilnSunSing' Ilie liinh. prices, and the shortage of ne cessitiesJ ;particularly,. potatoes and 'milk and are lilhminjj thi^ iiulhoriiies' for the serious' disorganisation; and unequal ilirt tribution. . ' Other reports slHltVTVrHu i^ suffering a potato famine The last fortnight's Mipply wsk Inauillcioni for the require ments, for --? K'nfcle day.
SPECIAL STORE CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
SPECIAL STORE CATTLE SALE. Special attention is drawn to a special 1 store cattle sale, to ho. held at Tannvorth I on Friday next, the 12th inst. -800 head of high-class tmttlo will bo yarded, including! a. cbiisignrnent of 250 head of w«lUbved cuttle, irom Messrs. Bowman and Sons, of Circular Bend. Included' in this ctonsignmont are 100 pure-Ved | Durham bulloolts, 3 and 4 years, in for- 1 ward condition. A. L. Stewart and Co. ! aro tho auctioneers, and1 they advise that tho full number will 'bo yurded', and I that tho cattle are superior quality. Buyers may .attend wijtli confidence and should fill the.ii- requirements.
FIERCE STRUGGLE AT RIGA. Russians Attack in Snowstorm. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
FIERCE STRUGGLE. AT RIGA. Russians Attack in Snowstorm. (Router's Telegram-.1) ? - L ON DON, Tuesday; ?V The: flghting ., at ?; Riga' continues; most | vio'lciitly. Thft Russians havn lnifre stcres of shellH nnd g,uns.. ' . Tho ituHsiajis wearing white overnllw attacked in a violent snowstorm. The Germans prevented Hip- cutting; , of the Mltau-Riga Road by 'sending all available reserves. Pii rec hand to hand fisMint; ensued. , A wireless Austrian hic-Hage says; The enomy Iimh taken. back the south western part of Pocsani to Moeth Mid Urnrlc Sara.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
-T',..; PERSONAL ? A. onliln of Ohristmns and New Your greetings wns.sen} to Jjicut.-Oolonel Ab bott?, Federal member lor N*'w ?RtiRliind, from' fclio Now- Bngia.nd' Women's branch es — bho Annidftlo mad Tuiuwni-t-h Libe ra(,.jA.ssooin.iions: Air. iJf . W. Lane, J M.T-. A. Arrriidalo, also TnHWortli bnmch'1 of, 'the Farmers nnd Settlers! Assoeia i.ton Oml Miss Prunier, -orennisor. On the 2nd i'jnst:, Mr. VA.. Piirkiss, lion. H-«»rn- fciu-y' N« Knglnnd f il)'.r«l Council, rn iwlrwl it --nhlo [ritm Cblonol Ahbotl-, ns follows: — 'Best wishes to Now J4nglund (ilofyfcnn-(--»ll welh'V -The Tnmwor™ 1 jj barala iiud Farnlens' rind Bottlers filsn uniied in 'i similar ciiWc l« Lieut: I'1. A: ' Ohnffey. Ar.L.A. ? . ? Mr! Athol Johnstonv^fosmaui who l\au ? :been sfaylng for the la'st month at Ros'e ; dale, Gidley, and who has just-recovered from ;'a aovero attack of apnendleitls. Is ?'returning .liome by to-night's mail, .:?:, Mr. H. Hull' ivf Westdnlfl Uv Jm'pji nntifiVd -h«t his.^n,, Pi''vnt...
USEFUL AUSTRALIANS. Good Work on Somme Front. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
USEFUL AUSTRALIANS. Good Work on Sornme Front. (Kenier's Tnlogram.) LONDON. Tuesday. The Australians - ontinun to do excel lent work in the hou-I hern, portion of the Sorame sector. ' . They reconstructed a dyko arid hayo boarded many uiilcss of trenches. Light railways have, been coimtructed. : 'InfliionzalB fairlv Ereneral; but;the siCk returns ha,v- vafctly improved hince No .vombor. Tho A'us'tralian division hsi:i the low-^t percentage of nick men on the west front.
THE NEW WAR BEGINS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
THE NEW, WAR BEGINS. Realising bhe [utility of hoodwinking the Allies into agreeing fo a pefiee con ference Germany has dropped1 all fur ther pretence of anxiety Tor the wel fare of sulTcring humanity find is pre paring for :j new ?wfii- of frightfulness which will miikr. the old appear mild. The .bluiunft- Teutonic nonsense about the responsibility J'or the fiulher ulood shiyll being now upon tho Entente is not likely to -deceive 'neutrals, who- will very soon lifivc reason to examine criti cally the German pretensions upon Lliis sce,re. The new submarine warfare will hit, neutrals harder than Great Britain, against whom it, is aimed and who it. ? well prepa.red to counter it. ? -' [Germany is ^'depending- for success in thjis direction -upon the disregard of the rights of neutrals, whose shipping is to l--; — is at present being — ruthlessly dc stiroyedy especially the shipping of-Tveak nqutraLsvIike Norway,' Sweden »nd Den mark. Those nations arc not likely ti- tie' goaded into r...
THE SHADOW OF THE CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
THE 'SHADOW OF THE CROSS. In eoite of tho trying weather, condi tions thoro has been' a good attendance f !?° Vl6 cnriolls picture 'The Shadow vf 'MS^osSi' now being exhibited ^by -Ur. Jidwin Jami-« Kilpatrictlc, opposite tho Caledonian Hotel. As a peculiar and so ta-r wiexplained phenomenon^tlio pic ture is decidedly worth inspection ami allows food for speculation as to' tho -*ar-B?8 of a very umisunl and uncflnny ertort. ?
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
IOTER-DISTKICT ? ? **EWS ARMIDALE. (Pram our Correspondent) Recruiting at the Armidale depot con-' tinues distinctly on -the low side. On Friday a man from Dorrigo offered and was successful. Saturday and Sunday were blanks. On Monday a volunteer of rather .doubtful age presented himself and was rejected. ? T-he new 'recruiting ' campaign' com menced in the New 'England district on ?Tuesday night, when Lieutenants White Cord' and Morris addressed' a public meeting'at Glen Innes. On Thursday a war 'service .meeting will be held-at Ar .m'idale, and on Monday next a, public recruiting .rally .will be iheld, at Hjllgrove. Qn Wednesday, January 17, a big re cruiting conference, of. delegates from all thg War Service Committees in the New England district will be held at Armi dale. The principal object .of -.the meet ing is to formulate further details of the campaign. r' An impressive and . largely-attended memorial service, in -connection . wjth -Us death of , the late Sergt. S. ISarie ...