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COSTLY ASSAULT. Punched Man On Jaw. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

COSTLY ASSAULT. Punched Man-On Jaw. Vincent Charles , Condren (25) on .re mand charged with an'' assault on Al bert May.bur'y, occasioning, actual bodily, harm,' appeared at the Tamworth police cqurt on Thursday -before- Mr. H. F. Mr. R. J. o'Halloran -appeared, for Wie acci/sed. The charge. ,was reduced , to one of common, assault,' and theT accused plead ed guilty. Dr. Buckley said he -had been attend ing Maybury, who was- -suffering- from a severe scalp wound. He was better now and was not likely, to suffer any after effects. iMaybury said the assault rhappened on Boxing Day. Accused came up and hlf him 'and he felli down. He had no quarrel with Condren. ?Percival Harold ?Petherick said he was walking down .Peel-street, and. he saw Mayibury standing in front of the Royal Hotel. Condren came out and gave Mayibuvy ono ^lnd©r the jaw. Mayjbury fell and the injuries were caused by the fall. Accused, who said he had taken the pledge, and would keep off the drink in future, was fined £...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PREMIER'S CONFERENCE. Preference to Returned Soldiers. Repatriation Scheme. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

PREMIER'S CONFERENCE. Proffirence to Returned Soldiers. Repatriation Scheme. SYDNEY. Thursday. Air. Hugnesjsjates; me premiers', ctn rence de. ulril 1Hai the lnathinerv i'r.i 3i3eral. and: State wxation should be flfilKia.taated so Hint onp scheduli woiilil b lor both'-Federal uiid Ktfit'v imrpoien. It Wiis nlao decided that one electoral oil should.Tbe utilised (oi the' Coininou ealth and ytuto. ?Mr. Hu'ghes rtu1(is (ho conference also miniiunniOv approved of preference in rijjloyiiieni to 80l(liisr« in Jill H1a1e and ederal ' Departments. The ; .repatriation scheme included irovisioii for the settlement In Ausl.'i ia of British soldiers. -,

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Unsettled Conditions Coming. SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Unsettled Conditions. Coming. SYDNEY. 'Thursday. Since 9 a.m. on Wednesday the Jiief point of iriteresF in- the^-pressure aUt*i butiou has been the elimination' b[ the central high 'portion-, wfitch lias proba bly worked eastward and coalesced with the big eastern high ? over the south Pacific Ocean. This is now remarkably extensive and formidable, and is in a. favorable position -to control the in j draft1. o£ moisture laden air to the east coast-as well as to govern the flow of' hot northerly winds, from northern to central Australia. Over the latter area Is an extensive closed curve 'depression which sh'ould 'maintain the prevailing heat sultriness,' out also in conjunction with a big antarctic depression over the south-eastern States should be respon sible for the development of more scat tered rain, with thunder, iri-New South Wales. -^ iThe- antarctic activity is represented by a. succession of' isobars of irregular wavy, formation and the- winds .ass...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE TELEGRAMS. "SEE HOW GERMANY IN WINNING." Kaiser Will Soon Be On Top. German's Boastful Utterances. Gaol-and a Fine. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. 'SEE HOW GERMANY IS WINNING.' Kaiser Will Soon Be On Top. German's Boastful Utterances. Gaol and a Fine. SYDNEY, Thursday. wttcnr jNPiiHiin wa,ii (truu-gua at 'ne police court today wilh frilllni; lo repovt himself at intervals of not more than seven days. ' ? Mabel Oain|-1jell deposed that accused who It a German:; accused liei ol iioi.inn ihg has dog, ? rfemarking :'you dirty Bri tish dogs. LoulcOat your dirty papers. See hmv Germany^ is. -winning. She's cm top. You don't likfi the Kaiser, but 'ie'11 ride over y-m all. Your property will lie -.mrH Mion. You and your huhiwnd will be workiing for four bob a week.' TI^ magistrate remarked: The only jilacu for you is behind a hwrbed wire fence or under lock and koy. You aiO not safe to be at large. . You will xo io, gaol for six months, and arts' fined £25, or do another two months' cumulative on 1)-e iir.sl aix.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

CASUAL COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS accompanied- by .cash for this column are- inserted at the rate, of 18 wqrds for 1/, and 6d for each additional 9 words, or part, thereof. An additional charge of Gd is .made for booking. , ' ? WANTED. WANTED.— Cook. Apply, 'Mrs.1 G7TT Gill, Emu Creek, Wa'MIia. WANTED for Small School, ArmidaieT 'Cook,, Qe'neral and Two Housemaids. Very - simple cooking. Full wages paid during school holidays. Apply, with' references. Miss Tendall, Dan gar Street, Arrnidale. WANTED. — Gpod~Woman Cook] Apply', with reference to Mrs. Nivison; . Ohio, Walcha. WANTED.— Smart Girl, left school, to mind child, just walking; also to ?help, with -little housework. Wages 8/6 to start.. Good place. Apply, Mrs. _i£acy, Piallamore Store. WANTED. — A~Respectable~Ymrth7~geh~ erally useful. Sleep at home. Apply, _Dr. Harm's. ' , SfOUNG Housemaid~'waiitid for Doc ?tor's House. Apply, Mrs. Ritchie, Kapunda, Dangar-street, Armidale. __ FOR SALE. ? FOK SALE.— In any ' Quantity,' v Plain Wh...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRAMWAY TROUBLE AT ADELAIDE SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

TRAMWAY TROUBLE AT ADELAIDE SYDNEY, Thursday. Grave developments are feared among the tramway men -of Adelaide as j th result of the presentation by the tr'H of.th* new Sunday roster. -? _' | %r.u_ L^ i,qv» issued an ultimatum.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ARROW THAT FLIETH (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER VIII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

THE ARROW THAT FLIETH Y GUYTH0RNE,;; Luthor of 'Mantrap Manor,' 'When -it Was Dark,' 'Made in- His- Image,' / 'First It Was ? Ordained,'' 'A- ?'. , - Lost Cause,' &c., &o..' (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER VITI.-T-Continued. 'Well, sor, I' went to- the ? kitchens ; half- an hour back, 'and I asked for a- drop of- Oirish wiiiskyC The - cop V he speaks a. little - English, and he says that whisky -was not upon the train, '?jut would' I do .him the pleasure, of bildmv a -lroi- of brandy, with- him. ? I lid, sor, and it was just like coloured water, no heart in it all, my lord.' ? Lord Bnllina laug-hed and as he did io he saw that Francis Dalton and his eompariiion ,had .aiot yet entered 'the. irain, and .were still standing talking. . jarnestly together upon Ijhe platform.' 'O'Malley,' Lord Ballina said, 'you' iee those two men?' ' 'Yes, m'lord.'. ? ' . _ 'Well, it is just to find out who and' svhat those twoi men are and where they are going that I have come to ftaly. W-e shall b...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEW NATIONAL PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

THE NEW NATIONAL PARTY. The chief virtue of |the now National .party formed .by Mr. Hughes is' its 'non-patity character. If it were to, be merely an additional party it would fall dead at tlio first, appeal to the elec tors'. Under the ipresent electoral sys tem triangular contests nre out of the, question. Mr. Hughe.? has 'behind' him' i some very good' men w'lio ?will appeal . strongly to the imagination of the im aVtached democratic section of the people. Mr. J. C Watson i n tqwer of strength in -himself. Mr. Adamson, the yuco.nsl.uiKl Labor Minister' ??wh'o sacrificed his seal, in the Cabinet Coi 'tlit. sake of his conscription principles, 'represents the type of Laborite thai has come lies) out of the fiery ordeal iof national exigency. He placed coun try before parly, and braved the full 1 ,* f uxy of 'P.li.L. vengeance. Oilier Lab 'Tasmania, and Mr. Vaughan, Premier , ol' Souili Australia; who preferred to ?.smash machines rather --htrn principles, 'arc behind the movement, ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ISON'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

ISON'S PICTURES. The special. pictures .screening to-nigrit at the abovo will ibo 'Muoiste,' a six-' part Itala dramatic - production, featu-'.. niR ,Maoisto 'the giaivfc of Cabiria' fame; -omi of tho strongest and most pqwwful athletes in tho world'. It is a master, etory of .pulso and' power. It is ?i 'Play ,of sonsn'tional fights and'super liuman feats of strength and! daring. A giants fight for a woman's honor. Tho comedy special is 'Tho Clubman,' a IiU i s,c,^amor- A1- special cartoon com iy (,oMutt antl Jeft in an Aeroplane,' also 'Some Birds of Foreign Lands' will also he screened.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Reply to Wilson. PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

Reply to Wilson. /.(Reuter's .Telecrara.) PARIS, Thnrsday. -? ?\ iM; Bria-nd, French' Premier, this af- ' ternoon handed the American Aiobas sn'dor the Allies' reply 'to President Wilson's pence note'. ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

SUSSEX STREET MARKETS: SYDNEY, Thursday. In- Sussex-street to-day fousinesg' was quiet in all. lines of farm produce. There was very little change in the quota tions. Tasmanian steamers due- to-day did not bring many supplies/ fcac.cn was scarce. Merchants were not able to supply more than two-thirds- of- the orders forward. . It looks 'if ' there- will be. short supplies^in a few weeks; time.' Onions rose to £10 per ton. The mar ket was practically bare' of, cheese, which, is coming forward in Jieavy sup plies, but an improved demand has. prac tically cleared some' stores.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE MARKETS PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

LATE MARKETS PRODUCE MARKETS. . - . - , SYDNEY, Thursday. A smaller yarding was offered' at Alexandria to-day. The quality was much better and prices, improved. ?? Quotations: Wheaten chaff- choice ?/B to. 5/10, good 4/2, medium- ?./3 to ii/.O, Inferior 3/1, oaten chaff prime 5/, good 4/, 'inferior 2/9, lucerne hay good, 4/S. Jjucerne hay, ex Mount Frome, -t/Z.

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METAL MARKETS. LONDON, Wesdesday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

METAL MARKETS.. UONDON, Wesdesday Standard copper on. spot £181/5/, three months^ delivery £127/5/. Elec trolyitc copper' £139/10/. Liead on spot £30/10/, three months' delivery £29/10. Spelter on sp.ot £49/10/ per ton, three months' delivery £45/10/. Tin on spot £181/17/6, three months' delivery £1S3 7/P. .l- ? '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOMEBUSH MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

HOMEBUSH MARKETS. SYDNEY, - Thursday. Cattle.— Yarded 1450.* The market -?as 10/ to 14// better. Best beef 52/, second 48/, inferior 44/. Bullocks £12 to £25, cows £10 to £18. Sheep.-'Penned 23,000.- The market was lower. WetlTers 20/ to 27/, ewes 17/ to 33/.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WELCOME STORM. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

WELCOME STORM: . After a weok- of the. heat wave condi tions which ihad beoome almost intoler ablo, ; especinlly owing to the -hot, 'muggy ; nighte, a heavy thiinderstorm broke over. Tamiwortli last' night riiboiit 9 o'clock ana lasted .for an 'how, during which rain fell steadily. Th'e lightning was especi ally severe. : ?' THe--im.m«dliate chanja;e to coolness was most welcome and reiresn ing.-._- ? ??''.*??-??? ': ': { -_\ Such of the cable news on this pager 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 'Th«\ Times,' unless expressly stated to be so.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

PERSONAL: Yesterday afternoon a largo number of the residents of Tnanworth assembled to bid Mr. J.B. Newman farewell upon his important mission to London in the in terests of the Common;wnaH,h Rnnk. AH hoped that he wojild soon return. The Mayor (Aid. !;A; O. -MdLeod) on behalf of tnoso .present, presented ^Xx\ Nen^nan with a leather suit case, suitably ' in scribed and ', 'ft travelling mg, ? A welcome was ; also extended . tov'- Mr. ^Alexander, 5fr. ; Newman's successor, ae manager of tho TamwOrth, branch of . the Oommon WeaVth Bank. Itr,: Newman left last night . for Sydney, : nn3 expecits to sail '?;. next week. ????. - .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEAT WAVE CONTINUES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

HEAT WAVE CONTINUES. ?The. heat wave still continued throu ghout yesterday- when- the ' maximum shade temperature in Tamworth ^waa 100 degrees^ ,;

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THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. Hot, sultry and unsettled with more scattered rains and thunderstorms; N. winds; cooler southerly winds ap pro^hing the far west. THE DAILY OBSERVER. ' FMDAY, JlANIJA'KY 12, 1017.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATEST. Australia's Political Muddle. BRITISH VIEW. "Forego Private Quarrels." Mr. Hughes Should Attend War Conference. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

THE LATEST. ?-. . ?. ?-'*? ???? ??? -? ~ ' -*? ? '?'?-? Australia's Political Muddle. BRITISH VIEW. 'Forego Private Quarrels.' Mr. Hughes Should Attend War Conference. (Published in 'The. Times.') ?LONDON, 'Thursdny. The 'Times,' in a ileader, referring to i the proposed1 Australian National] party, says: — 'The obvious tionreo whs an sv^mo ment between Mr, Hughes and tho Lib erals. Britain has ii]-poulR-l to Aust.ra- i lifi to arrange her internal ntifuirs in j order lo send the bi^i representative Lo I the Wur Conference. i Australia's grea I. sacrifices mtci en- j shrined in the heart.-. oC the British people. She is now asked another sac rifice-- -to forego private quarrels for a few months, fl, may be that Mr. Hughes is not t'he heat representative ioT Australia; but as Prime Minister he should comjev ; : ' .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS. ' her 30, 10 a.m.T|T!Wy. erTBm Mechanics' Institute, Saturday, Janu ary 13, 10 a.m., Sabbath Stohool; 11 a.m., (Service; 3 p.m., 'Young ?People's Meeting. Sunday, January 14—7.30 p.m., Bible ' Study.

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