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TRUCKINGS AHEAD [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

TIUTCKIN'OS AHIS\J-. Follow i n uc nro' tin- tiueViifjs compiled ( - TJiurMlny Jnmiarv II. 191', l-; 0 a.m. fir the markets, of loth : 137 sheen- raivs, 101 onttlo unu&ons; for the markets cf 18th: 25G sheep vans. 129 cattle wag s:oi-s; for, tlio market of 22nd : 36 sheep vans 37 cattle w»K-r»i-s; for the market -.-f 2ot.li : (4-1 ,she-*- vans. 12 rattle wag gons, for the 29tti: 23 cattle, waggons. OljtATJESiElNil) OAXTTyK &A],lfi. Attejition is drawn to ' the .speoial cat tle s-ale. as advertised els-ow,hore in tins iss.uo wliidh is to be. heild by Messrs. Uey uon. AVaussh and Dooiiii. at Gravesenil, on Tuesday next, lGth inst. -Already KOO head 'have been booked and the auctioneers expect to yard 1200 head. J ho cattle coming forward comprise niuo lines of young quality biillockiy and ste-ers, also some very good lines of io m alo cattle, in- tip-top condition, and1 they will be carefully classed and, sold in iocs to suit 'buyers.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

BUSINESS NOTICE. J , C\ I SE£D YOuTH ' ? y \ SCHOTE BELL / / , ' ff TO !T0 44BBIDGES' \ I i i - &k »-- SYUHEY r^y The' Firm That ? iSiis^ Thinks Righfly ? 'f/'T And Ads Righfly // / // By Its Constituents '// /, Personal Attention - s'l ' To Every £ijm^&&*z Consignment

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET REPORTS. SYDNEY. WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

MARKET REPORTS. ? SYDNEY. | 'WOOL, REPORT. ^' ' A.M-L./'aud F. Co., Ltd., report un . dor dale,. January ,9, -1917: — ' , ! , ,TUp exchange of wool under the Im perial Government purchase scheme was inaugurated last week the first two catalogues were available on Wednesday when some attractive wools were Includ ed. Tlie wool was catalogued and shown in 'the usual way, and with the same faces present on the show floor — now in the capacity c.f appraisers but formerly on behalf of ' individual buyers — one - . would li&ve thought that, the wool was ' being sold in the usual way, in fact, ex cept to 'those directly in the trade the mode of procedure except for the auc tions, seems identical. Under the new system it was hoped that the final, appraisement would be completed on the second day, but delays which were not forseeable have arisen, and at least for the present it seems doubtful if this important work can be completed in .the time anticipated. Two further catalogues were...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Further Rainstorms Likely. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Further Rainstorms Likely. * '' ' SYDNEY, Friday. i During the past SJ'I flours llm eastern )«?- Mure, and -low pressure areas over Quouni.lu.nH, New South Wales 'and Vic toria, ihav.e co-operated, to a 'remarkaible degree bul. -ibu-ily in S-tiw Roiilb Wales 'whore a fine rainstonm. lias hem exper ienced. Muriv Uinudorslurinn yieldijij'. ; heavy falls in various^distrjets' occurred iniandf'.^Tbe^losed :cur.y« depression., is: stilli'ehowni ibut is now mainly in. Queens- land, whero :it; has -sommvlhat intensified. ; :T!he Ahta-rctic. loAv: has; also assumed' the closed -su-rve:cbaraobe.r' with, thp small contro off bbo south coast. xJJnder. these CMrciiimstnnces bhimdei-.v weather should nirnuij .-nrevail .-. in :? ' the. south-eastorn Slates: lather good falls should h© -eac- pi-riencgdi''i)ut mostly : in; the eastern and I north-ensterly in oaf, of New South Wales. T.h©'' temporary .southerly wind fiircujation slionld 'be controlled byVthe western isobai*...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSINESS NOTICES. "A PEARL AMONGST PEARLS." MANLY, THE HEALTH RESORT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

BUSINESS NOTICES. . ? N 'A PEARL AMONGST PEAKLS.' '. . MANLY, TIITC HEALTH TtESOET'OF NEW SOUTH AVALES. i ? ' - AVhcn weary, careworn ar sad, 'tist % well to remember that life, waa not meant for this; and also 'tig well to keep in mind that Manly, 'the pearl amongst pearls,' tlio health resort of ? New South AVales; beckons you to sip (ho cup of tho gladder sido of life, and hf '; Tfifif.fnT-nnKH. .. n.n(7 -nn.rfn.Tcf- nf fTin tonical effects of il^k-incomparablo cli mate. Of tho gladder sido of life in Manly there abound some of tho finest entertainments in tlio Commonwealth' — picturo or otherwise — while, within 35 minutes, one may T:oach Sydney itself. Tram, motor 'bus, taxi car, pony car 'riago or cab are ever available to reach i ho outlying beauties of the district. ' ' The exhilarating indulgence of the surf (a .la Continental) lures young and old alike; ladies' and gentlemen's salt' water baths (the largest in the Com monwealth, and . tho latter open for mixed bathing at n...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST CASUALTY LIST. Killed in Action 66; Wounded 191. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

-? LATEST/CASUALTY LIST.' Killed in Action 66; Wounded Of. ''- SYDNUY, Friday. 'r,l«» 2fi:jnl casualty ;list shows ? total all States: Killoil in. notion (-ii, diwd ol wmuids and otlior causes VIZ, \y-unded 'I!JI, rnjasjjig I4,,fciok 4a2.)injnred HO, (»ri soners til wnr 7. Nfew S'outh Wales- killodi in :ict,ii«i : I'Les. 1!. Hell ((llmydon), Park W.,Lnhey (Tin). C Killaloa (-Paddinpjton), Tt. Da vidson (BdenX H:.- R-odgers (Jiom/'ibiiB.b), Unarhurst) T. Majiby '(Eh»t Hills), W. (5iillinph,irn (Alud^wv), 1! I'V^hwi^k, J Morrison (I'udilinnlun),, '\V Reardbn (Cootairiundra). VV'. l\Ioor«\ (Rozelte), II. McDonnld (I'lilnmin) T SlnU-i (Qrn^ns iiml), A. Richards (Rimy fhllf.), Werftl. T. Kiwli -(JCnfj|l»nd) 'Ptefi. H. McRae: (Wollonhiiribi), M^ l*i!li)r (Tejitorfield), J .). Hrnith ?(Olan-ncotown). A. Gjcenfteld (KillinK-worth), Sergt. .1. Veitdh (HnmilV ton), Ptes: Jj.- Lover (Bur wood.).. E. Lux ftjVd' (Uralla), Coi-pl. Knrrio (Tocuamval) Ptes'.i'..'R..(.Smith:(Onn.tiepb'iiiriv), fjie....

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

-AcumG backv .; DB. SHELDON'S - dN ' PILLS' '?? -- j' Fsr BACKACHE a&d P'°» ' x I KIDNEY TROUBLES 1/6*2/6 '/ ; Best and Surest Remedy far ' I BACKACHE, LUMBAGO, and all '? .** KIDNEY TROUBLES. r / 3$ Imowa how linbla the sldn ia to H ? . JK tuffer from disfiguring blotches sa , P and eruptions ; and how liable it h) gjj iB, also, to get cut and hurt m EnK ffl all conditions of life — at horn*, Eg h| at work and at play. There H / (ij , isn't a woman -in the home, fl |^ or a Inun In tho stroeti but CB faT ZAM.BUH BAJEjii to^B » : iluy or to-niorr'ow. It may be to B S ' * chock a sudden onslaught of II $j skin disea3o, to soothe and heal II § a nasty cut or burn, to remove H | an uniightly pimple or sore, to I i Ettrengthen a sprained joint, or Bj ' fl a these things there's nothing like M SPLENDID, 'REMEDY FOR CHILDREN'S COUGHS *' Mo. hers all over Australia are mak ing in Hieir own homes as good a rcmcciyns money can buy for Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cougli, C-c-v-o, In fluenz...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT AUSTRALIA IS LOSING. Unenviable Outside Reputation. Business Slipping Through Our Fingers. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

WHAT AUSTRALIA IS 'LOSING. Unenviable Outside Reputation, v Business Slipnimj i Our -_.,.-, . . Fingers. , ' ' SYDNKY, Friday. \1i. Sul.iui. '- omnieti'i.u i/ou'TiiiiM mej in Olio East, in tU report to, tlio premier, estimates thaL- as the res in t.T tinivvs in Australia bhia country UKj-ina the last If'-vv years haw lost L--n luiili 1 1 t:oiu:ti&, which fiad gone -o H. ? ---.ml' s 1 01 paiyMicnf'-for coal. ??' Hq f oared 'It would '.Mite ii 1 )'?« time Am itralia and Now SoHtli '{Vales in par bicular hud1 gnined as blie solo 'result of labor quires) in lli-% CommoiiweaWh. J N't-0 only Ii id stt-ikcs killed our coal trade 'but -theyVisftnilrl equally cripple other brandies 9P commerce. Kd long as Aii-n-)-iliun exporters hurl lo rondiiioij.. bhoii » a notations or contracts witbjthe sti-ik«,telffiisp, so lmig inui.b wo ho onlooker,; at' others renijiiiK bho har vest o-i' lib« markets that eoiuld nnd should be 1,-ontrollcd frmn Australia.

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Freak-Mountain. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

'Frcak-M'Ountain. A pretty wedding took place at Holy Trinity Church on Wednesday afternoon when .Rov. E. Boston joined in' wedlock' Bertie Lithgow, third son ' ot' the late John and Mrs.. Freak, of- Mossmoh streot. Glen Iune '-'and Annie, second daughter of Mr. y.tid Mrs. T Mountain of Mountain View,1 Glen. Innes'. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. G. E. Mountain, and- was prettily al tired in a' dress of cream silk trimmed with- Valenciennes' lace a.nd* insertion. Sho also wore the orthodox wreath and veil, and a .handsome' dress ring, gift of the bridegroom. The, bride's gift to, tho bridegroom waB_ a gold watch.. Miss l'l-eak attended ^is bridesambigmlcffo a, J'reak attended as bridesmaid, and Mr D. .Watts acted as best man. The. bride groom's gift1 to the bridesmalad was1 a gold brooch. After 'the ceremony the bridal party adjourned to tho residence of Mr. 3: Freak, where the wedding hreaklast was partakon of. Mr and Mrs; Froak left by the passenger train for Sydney ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRIKE DISEASE. WHAT IT IS COSTING THE STEEL INDUSTRY. Refusal to Work on Sundays. Hindering Output of Steel for Munitions. Judge Edmunds' Sharp Criticism. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

STRIKE DISEASE, WHAT IT IS COSTING THE STEEL , . , INDUSTRY.1 . Refusal to Work on Sundays. ; Hindering Output of. Steel for Munitions.- ? Judge Edmunds' Sharp Criticism. .. ' - \'. SYDNEY, Friday; in the innmsLiiiil Oourl Ui-diiy n, was stated that, U«- men ;it dm Newcastle S'tael Works lwici IIum-ii notified of the company's intention U- work on Sundays. The men bold n inoolino Jind decided to refusoto wor.lc on .Sundays , with the «x ? - im.jwii in inns nui'pniR in duo oiasii inr nnoe. and providing .tVw ^w-x or throe men. required ti- work the 3 ! - ?-;! plant. , fl. vrm, explained tbat-tlio works at present were engagncl in supplying muni tions steeli Joi-'Uus Rritiab (juv-'riiTnon'L Itjwms absolutely essential Uiul, the work ,ftliould be oa.rried on continiiumsily. /A stoppago o'f work mennfc a. loss of tbous ands of pmirnfe. Mr. J^ustirt? Edmunds suggested Mint Mr. ' Raiiikin . nliould apply/ for. an in ^unctionvresfcraininp; bhe rnwi from doing anyl.luing in tlie' nature of ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITALY'S THOROUSH PREPARATIONS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

ITALY'S TH0R0USH- PREPARA TIONS. (Rouotr',s Telegram.) , T,o,,. ,. ? /^^OX/AVeane.sdayj -™.j .... raiica up tne. 187i5 - class Italian, traders aro warned that .thb mili tary' mmy- requisition all necessities

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HONOR ROLL. Private Bert Bradbery Killed. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

' HONOR ROLL. t Private Bert Bradbery Killed. News was received ,lii Tamwbrtb yes-, ;erday' that Private Bert Bradbery ' had ee;n' kllleiV while: in action- in France. ,-? The ? deceased soldier was wel!-krjdwni n Tamwbrth, and was a prominent foot orth Rugby 'Union 'and' League, on imerous occasions. ; I^e was a mem-bv3r the East .Tamwbrtli Football ClUV e i'-waa ' a-sploridld' physical speclnien ot inhood, and was a general favourite. \

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY TENNIS CARNIVAL. Orange Wins the Final. SYDNEY," Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

COUNTRY TENNIS CARNIVAL. , . Orange Wins the Final. . - SYDNEY,' Friday: ,' - lluiiliurhti v. Jainwitrth. , StCTvnrt mid YiiKJ-»v (U.) v. RmWeii and I'ryor ('I'.) 5-6, 3-6. Stewart und Yaibolry v: Uidwoll and Vmhlen (i-fj, «?(-. , Edwards arid NoLtiriK v: R. HMw-'ll anil PinWo,, 1 0, C-a. Kdiwnrii'! und Notlinj/ v. KinWen nnd l'rvor'4-0 46. Tamiworth won1 by six sots 43 games U) ;wo sots 31 fruncH Ladies' l-onibbi Handlonp, Semi-Final: 'Mrs . ; jyjlkihs an d;J\f is-s --zehs bR-a t Mrsi; :fite}ia.rdjnp:e ariti1 Miss MnloR (i-a.'O-S;' 'Mrs; ?IJifahardi^ne : and firs. 'Oneo beat; Mi*3. Doyle and lliiw, Tiloyd -i-2 6-2. (Stuntrv fi'nl: Oihuk,' v Tnmworth: — hker'hnd' Underwood: (OrnngeV v. Bni )le'n and f*iyor (Tinnnvortii), T-(J, fi-M; ?'?'\ylay and Bayley.y. -Bidivell; antl .Em-' -;»vi (j-2 6-V. ' ' N W-m .by Orange by i\w ixW.r tt(! frnmof. o tliree 'l|ui 30 mimes.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT IS A WIN-THE-WAB POLICY? [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

, WHAT IS A WIN-THE-WAB POLICY? The adoption of a. platform by 1.h-- new Australia'!! National party is either (hi! first step to success --f the lnul to .ruination. -The ;n©w- movement ,wil:l ibo jmlgt'il ]iy wba'l, it proposes to do. 'The winning 'of the war and maintenance o(' Empire solidarity' is the first plank, and the/ principal. Thi? /.?is l.hc one ?which will make or rnnr tTie^new party. The other plunks look well enough, bul limy a re ''only subsidiary; and arc prac tically common to each party at pre i;cnl in exwlenco. This new movement ha'-- boon forced forward by the riee.os. iiity o'f winning; the war. If. 'has 'iio justification outside that main motive, which is;the excuse Cor dropping parly foiitenitions a.nd uniting upon ;t 'broad national issue. Tire win -1 he-war plank wijTl'ibe the one upon which Mr. Hughes iirfd his supporters! will go to {he coun try within ji J'cw months. Ft will be the one 'round which all the contro versy will -'arise. The people.Vwill ask...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH NAVAL LOSSES. Battleship and Seaplane Carrier Sunk. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

\british naval losses. Battleship -:-id Seaplane Carrier Sunk. (Renter's Telegram.) bONDON. Thursdav. Tlio Admiiiiliy lcuorth ihtit ihe bjUle ulilp (iornwalllH, of 14,000 Ions, was' wub tnarined mid sunk In tlio Mediterranean. Th'Wen men -ire miecslng. The Sftaplane carrier Hon-Ma-Chree 'is pnnu by ''ui-iiri' at Kastelorvzo, Asia Minor.. One qfficer and' four men were wounded. „ . ., ? ?, ' iv

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HALF INCH RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

? ! ...HALF fNCH RAIN. A9 thft Result of ? tlio heavy thunder itonn which i-'i»f.ert over Tauiwnrth on Phursday nlp,H| ri'JjiininlH of rain were eglltered Cat? Woolbmin. : ' : .. ,.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JELLICOE'S WARNING. Submarine Menace Greater Than Ever. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

JELLICOE'S WARNING. Submarine Menace -Greater Than Ever. 1 ? (Renter's .Telegram.) -' . ' LONDON, Thursday. Adinir-hl Jelllcoe,. First Rfa Lord, ac Imowli (Hns the rec- ipt o£ the freedom of the fihsmongers' coiniiany, Hixid 'the submarine menace wfiK far greater than at any period of the war ^requiring (Uis utmost' .energy to overcome \i must^ and ^coiild li-' dealt with. ? The nation oould .depend on the navy whicli was over resourceful and reliable;

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE TELEGRAMS. EGG INDUSTRY MAY BE RUINED. Big Chinese and Japanese Imports. Rapid Growth of Trade. Poultry Breeders Ask for Protection. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. EGG INDUSTRY MAY BE RUINED. Big Chinese and Japanese Imports;, Rapid Growth of Track. Poultry Breeders Ask lor Protection. ?' . . ; - SYDNEY, Friday. yMepvy-mg ? to ; poultry ;:,;'-breede.rs' ivho.de-' clnred Uiui the inijiort of j!ip;ines« »«d CUilveso eij'jip would soon nun thp egg prodiicing . industry! unless a .prohibitive duty ^ was imposed, 'U10 Ministei- for Gostams stated L'liaL the. reijuest would hu considered together '.'With bhe inter ests ol tho consumer. ? If the Government thought more pro vi.-wi.iwjv rjixoyiiitcuj ? jiy l/l.mt;.' WUU1U': .UtJ ;JUB1J'. in granting it. . . ? .. The doi-uta.tion stated that half a mil lion.- people in Australia, were engaged in poultry breeding and ejjf, distribution. In :'a..i yeur the -imports of egas^ from China and Japnii Juul ktohii horn 152000 to t, w,0!!0. - 'Ibe Minister also staled that after the war the Government, would have rto look vtiry serioucly into blio question1 of ipi orsasing A us trali n s proclucti...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SALONIKA FRONT. Fresh German Offensive Suggested. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

:: SALONIKA FRONT, * Fresh German Offensive Suggested. . '*? i.dfteii.-lerV -Tclr^raiii.) ?': ?. LONDON. Thursdav. The? Germans claim Uuit AustcoGer tn ni forces won successes between Utz ami, tlio Susita vullny, and that they storaned heiglitfi north of i\w Oltuz road and 'captured 800t? prisoners. ? ' ' Germaji communiques are 'iu(?Kestlnp an organised attack against General Sarrail. . '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELIGIBLE FOR ACTIVE SERVICE. Only. 23 Per Cent, in Defence Department. Official Statement. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917

ELIGIBLE FOR ACTIVE SERVICE. . Ot.ly 23 Per Cent, in Defence Dep'art \ rnent.-^ Official Statement. ' ' SYDNEY, Friday. i.enator rearcfo has issued 11 return showing that i49*per cent, of persons cm j)li.yod Hy the I-epartment i-l Defence, incniding tJie civil, military arid home sKivicO; are noi; eh&ibUi for active ser ?Mee. with the A.I.'F. 'on account of age 01 unfitness. . , . ' iieventeon per oent. of fcli'e employees fll-M' l'At.nvno/1 «nl*1i-prsi V.nnrl :1 1/nftiv riatit.* . f ci- ' '.riiilfs, making 77 per eon. unfit for ac ti\e service. _\ i(1oin-teen per cent, ol the employees apparently -?.?'. cjigible tor active service h.i .'e not volunteered. _ 1 ???:S'ino.per cent, of thoso who have vol-.: ii.'iteered have benn debarred b,y superior: iiiuiuirnly, tlnia «-?- him ring for 23 per. o^.iir. apparently eligible tor active ser v\:-z. : :..'.. :. ???, ?:?- ? ;. ... ?? ; .;??» ?.?,.- . ? ?

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