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CURLEWIS SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
' CCRiLEAYIS SALES. Ilttrtli Bros i-pport having held their fortniglitly Stock 4-al© on Tuesday, Janu ni v 9th. wlieu they yarded 500 oattlo to a lair attendance ' of local and outside buyns. Pats: About oO head forward, most ly odd. lots. The demand was -*ood, and W(- cieare all lots at quotations: — 1 bul lock £14/11, 10 bullocks £13/10. ] cow £11/11 7 cows £11/7 28 cows £9/2/6 to £10/6 20 steel's, lieifers and vcalors, £7/1.5 to £10. -iw-rcs: An average yaraing coiux-ns- ui'i store cows, steers and heifers, and tb- usual odd lots. Tho demand for all curses was well up to late sales, pi.urt.i c.illy a. total clearance 'being; effected at quotations: — lo bullocks., 2 and 2- years, £10/10/0, l(j. steers '2 years. £9/4, 2 steeVs, 2 iird 3-1 years, hard colors £8/16 2o sv-ie. li to 2 years, C8/14, J8 steers, 1} l,o 2- years ' £7/15. 110 steers, 11 yearts, tC/2/6 to £6/16, 25 steers, li years hard n^-ns £o/J0, 2o heifers, li years, £8 16- LI lieifei-s £6/7/6, 13 heifers hard colors -C...
GRAINGER & FALKINER, LTD., SINGLETON, N.S.W., [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
grainger & falkjner, ltd., singleton; n.s.w., ' Grainger and Falkiner, Ltd.,' report having effected the following private sales of rcattfe during' the last three, months direct, and in conjunction with other agents: — ' Account A. H. .Wood, Singleton, ' 115, steer's and K2 bulloekst TO. nnrl IT Mnn™ ' Singleton, 149 steers; Mrs. M .' P. Dan 'gar, Singleton, 50 fat bullocks; A. L. Stacy; Singleton, 51 young cattle;, A.'-'J. Thompson, Victoria, 603 steers;' .a/a* Richmond River Owners, 44 lieifers, ,220 shelters, 55 heifers, 63 heifers, '168 hei fers, 196 steers, 150 heifers, 67 steers, 206 heifers; P. X Timbs, Glen Innes, [? 457 bullocks; J. Smith, 'Singleton', 334, I mixed cattle; Hon. .T 'Morrissey, 'Singl-/ ton, 155, ??bullocks; 'T. arid\;H. Martin,' I Singleton, 324 steers and heifers; E. and I H. Moore, Singleton,- £6 heifers; Plas I liett Pastoral' ' Co., Singleton,' 107 'bul- I locks; W. T. Moore, Singleton, 2*81 mix-, I- ed cattle'; E. -Lloyd ^JOnes; Singleton,- 24' ...
CLAIMS OF HAIRDRESSERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
CLAIMS OF HAIRDRESSERS. ;_, flUKE notice that, alpiplicatidn ' jias'. been made to the Hairdressers' ('Domes tic Group) No. 5 Board;' by -tile- Hair-' dressers and . Wigmajiers: ,- Employe's Union, Industrial Union of ,* Employees for the determination by the Board of which, may be , obtained from Mr. Ti W.' Kelsey secretary, Trades Hall, sVdne^, without charge. TMe Boarfl will meet at University Cham'be'rs, Phillip 'Stre'et', Sydney, on Thursday, the 25th- day 'of, ' January, 1917, a.t the hour of 2.15 p.m./ and. 'at such other places and on, such, -other subsequent day as the -Board may' appoint to consider the said application. Take notice also that if. you desire' to' be exempted from any Award made by the Board or to make any objection to; i the application, you should ,do so' -by lodging application for such exemption' or any objection with the 'Chairman oC tne ooaru ai; .university ? ?xjivi.m.aprs, Jrnii lip-street, Sydney, on 'or' (before ,'tho above-mentioned date of meetin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
1 STOCK AND' PROPERTY/; I HAWKINS; LIMITED. I Fat and' Store Stock Salesmen' ami B Property Agents, I NEWCASTLE AND , NIOREE. B Have pleasure in announcing that a H Branch of their business has been es H tablished^t- WILLOW TREE. B Owners having stock for sale br,,de ? siroiis 'of purchasing' are requested to H communicate with this office, and may 1 be assured of prompt' and efficient ser S vice. H ' All classes -of Agency, Commission B and Trucking Work will be undertaken, ? and .Regular Sales of Pat and Store ? Stock will be conducted at the Willow ? Tree Sale Yards.. ' - ? H HAWKINS LIMITED, ' ? (Pioneers of the Newcastle Fat Stock ? Markets), , I ? Newcastle, Moree, and' Willow ;Tree. | I BULYEROI. B 1400 English Leicester Crossbred Lumbs ? a pick of 1450, Aug-Sept drop, run- 1 H nlng on' splendid * feed, to be shorn I ? 12th, Dec, delivery' 14th Feb', on ?B 1 1*1 -i iilr.al _-*_*'»#«»-,.«. ' Of) it* I , 3RAWLEY & CO.,'. I Auctioneers, tWerris Crook. ' C. E. GLENNIE &am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
Ford Cars! '- * i i Further iBig Reduction in Price. ; Touring Car £195 f Runabout Car £185 Taraworth Motor Co., Peel Street Phone 280 The AUSTRAL KEROSENE OIL ENGINE '^^S^^f. :? IS DCSt lOr Irrigating. irrigation Pays— so does , ^^^^^^^^k^^^^^^^^^ the ' Austral ' in many ways. Its a big, powerfully built ? ^^^^^^Sfc^^^^^^^ engine, suitable for general use, that dpes not require -^W^^^^^^^^^^^^n^^^Ml duplicates, nor call for engineers' fees for repairs. - .- ^V^f ^^^^^jyw jV^M^ r~^M& '''' ' The saving in running cost alone is about £50 a year. ^^^^^^^^'^^^ ^M^i^^^^is - ' Is built to last, and has some exclusive advantages ;3ggtg3gsPs^«»rir'. . ._ _ ^|^m. ^ . *£%v^- ^^ '' - Overall Others. 1,500 'AUStrals' Were bOUght in' th^ The.. AUSTRAL -- Kero2e O« Engine Mn'g at a ,ao:n- ? quickest time on record for one engine. And dependa- „, mnning cosl 0/ £50 « year'. . bilfty, lasting quality, and low running cost is spoken ; . \ /of tHem by every purchaser, including the. Commonwea...
QUIRINDI. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
' '? ' QUIRINDI. Ilasler and King, j-eport having held their usual' weekly sale fct Quirindi yards on Friday last, when there was only a smill yarding to a small attendance of buvers, due to the holidays. 'We sold: Account T. Considine, 1 cow and calf £12/7/6, 1 do. £10; account J. C. Pengilley, 3 0 cows £10/8, 9 do. £10 5/, 7 cows £9, 1 cow £S; account L. Scr.nlon, 1 cow, £11 1 steer £7/6/G. Our next skle will be on the 12tfi inst., and our special sa.le on the 16th inst. Entries invited.,
TAMWORTH DISTRICT HOSPITAL. Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
TAMW0RTH DISTRICT HOSPITAL. Committee Meeting. i , ~ » - . The usual monthly meeting or the committee of the Tannvortli District Hospital was held\in tlie Mechanic?,' iiisxi Lute oil Monday night. Those pre sent were Messrs. J. -Ja. Grayston (pre sident), C. W. Wane, W. HodgUins, K. A. Scanneld,' 'H. T. Adiams, H. J. King, A. J. Johnston, P. H. Petherick, IS. 3. Collins, Rov. Mills-Robson, T. M. New man, Doctors Buckley and Harris. CALiBDONIAN SPORTS. A notification w.as received from the j Tamworth Women's Association to the j effect that that body could not under take to, run the' tea font at' the forth coming Caledonian spoiTs in Tamworth, owing'to the absence of so many of the Jadies from town, and further that the Girls' Association could not undertake the work., iThe president said he would, see what could be done, as he did not1 like to see the hospital lose the proceeds from this, source. ? It meant about £21 to wards the funds of the institution. . HOUSE COMMITTEE. The Hous...
GIVE AND TAKE FIGHTING. Heavy Engagements on East Front. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
GIVE AND'TAKE FIGHTING. Heavy ECngagetnents on East Front. (Renter's Telegram.) l,()NlK)k Thnrsday. - A Russian oflitiia) message stzites tbat fighting Continues soutlij '; of 'take Babit.) We captured a vill;iK-' east of Ka.lneem. . . The enemy cajJtured two heights northi of the CJtuz aiver. . ? ' The Roumanians foil back ^outh-i iial ot Mokeslirkn and t0iu-h.lin.il, Uso nortli ea.st of KempulJedesus. 'I'lui enemy crossed the tJutii!t north of Foscahi, but our counter, attack threw him back with heavy losses';
OUIRINDI DISTRICT TROTTING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
QUIfllNDI DISTRICT TROTTING CLUB. . ; Following are tlio -handicaps for Wed nesday noxb, 17th inst.: — ? Maiden .Handicap, 1 mile. 3.10 basis : Nancy Huon, Trio, Masio Huon. Tilda A., Arion. Awodas, and Vennor, scratch, C.i nin.ia. 1-riif-s, 3 Mid. Unhoppled Handicap, Jri males. 2.50 'basis: Aniea , scr. Dixie ill. 9 bhd'., Gift 10'hhdt, Erie 12 bhd. Bonhomio 32 bhd Kectah 15 bhd., Monti 'Maid 16 bhd, Moombi 32 bhd. Pony Handicap, 1 mile. 3 min. basis: Nancy Huon, Joy, Dolly, scr.. Belgian Kitty1 Mascot and Jerry, 3 bhd., Happy Medium 3 bhd.'. Viking Ohiol 10 bhd., Mnmibriim's- Pridio 13 bhd., Dixie 11. 15 bhd. \ v ' ' , Quirindi District Handicap. 1J miio. 2. '18 'basis.: While Australia, scr., Ren-ri Direct, spr., AY'bymiper. 3 bhd1., Tho Snob 5 bhd., Vandess 5 Mid., Dixi© H. 5 bhd, Bonhomio 7 bhd., Eric 7 blid., Delight 11 Mid. Mona Maid 14 bhd.,' Pickwick 17 (bhd. Gifeii 20 bhd., Lucid 23 bhd., Moon'bi'27 'bhd. Hilda. May 27, bhd., Sil ver Pic 28,jbhd. . Novice Handi'ca.p, 1 'mi...
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. , (By Urbania.) In tho January is-.sne of the Armidal6 Diocesan -News (Anglican), Mia; 31. Blaxland ' gives' an -interesting account of tho Parish c.f Armidale, the Cathedral parish as it has now become. The story dates from the time the New England district was part of the new diocese of Australia, which had only recently 'been, entio i»o f arl ? Tfrtm ? f li a, ' ?'. Qaa . . /^P. f.a lnilt f £»? Such an account gives some insight inLo the Herculean labors , c.f' the pioneer clergy of Australia. The^ first incum bent of ArmidMc, Mr. Tingcom.be, ad ministered a parish which extended from Tenterfield, to Bendemeer, and Bundarra to the Dorrigo, and which contained no church.. Tho foundation stone of St. P.cter's Cathedral was laid in 1873, 'the architect being Mr. J. H'crbury Hunt,, who designed some of the finest eccles-' iastical. buildings in Australia. The Rev. W\ Holmes, Th.L. who was recently ordained iby tlio Bishop of Ar miciaie, -oiis-oeen appointed assi...
THE POSITION OF WHEAT FARMERS. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
THE POSITION OF WHEAT ' I FARMERS. ' (To the Editor). - Sir, — It seems to meVthat the time is opportune to say a few words in connect ion with this wheat p/oduei/ion business. A\re ayo urged by politicians, ' Ministers of Agriculture, leader writers and others moro or less prominently connected with public affairs, that it is our duty to try' -aild m'odlTfln n/R lnilC'll \vhr-n+. nc \vr* r\n^ sibly can -turing the. coming year, and ^liose would-ibo .instruators tell the farm el's that if they do not produce wheat, they are either wucked or foolish,- and some even go as tar as to assert that they must Whether they like, it or not. 1' urUierinoro it is asserted that tho only real grievance that' vhc, .farmer has, is' being donied his 'undoubted night of' being raprcuented on the Wheat Board, but, eiiS that is only a part of their umovan/s). Now what is th© position oi'i the 'wheat tanners.' AVe who aro at tlio gieme and who have gone through tho null should surely know something abou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
'DON'T YOU BELIEVE IT. Some say that chronic constipation j cannot bo cured. Don't you believe it. I Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach and liver have cured others — why not you? Give them a trial. They cost only elijhtoenpenco. Sold by Geo. Mallaby, ^hemtat.*
Hughes and Cook Meet. Parties Called Together for Next Week. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
Hughes and Cook Meet.' Parties Called Together for Next' Week HYDNKY, Fiudav. Mr. Muslim, Senator fearoe, noil Mr. (!o(k, WK'i^ in conference jii Mvlbouino to-diiy. Rumor whs ,'busy concerning import-, ant developinonli: as b^infe lik--l.v. ' It ivas stated; liownir«r, lhat these would' ruM- bnlfii pla«» until after tlio ^feeting or 'the Xifperar pa'rt^ next-week. ,'' Mr. Hiighes said: il have seen Mr. 'Cook. 'We -have agreed to; call our^ res ppotave parties together next ?week lo dismiss certain ?uige;«f» lions, d-'aliii(; with the .political .situation. ?
HAND-SPINNING. WELCOME WAR INDUSTRY FOR WOMEN. Making Socks for Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
HAND-SPINNING. WELCOME WAR INDUSTr/fOR WOMEN. , / Making Socks for Soldiers. (By Urbania.), To T-eoP.le of the present day hand spinning is a l'olic of the past exhibited in grand opera by lovely damsels in pret ty dresses with 'thick pig-tails hanging ? on either shoulder, to the accompani ment of a whirring chorus. But tho hand-spinning that has been vrovoiyi/ui* ;uuj U'^ UJL0S 1 i«S(y ? yvibl .ill JILUts 'tralia is something quite diiferenL to those Tvhon^ it does fascinate. Its practice is enchanting, ibut whatever else it is, iit is not tho spinning of grand opera, i Fifteen months ngo, and to para-' phrase Tennyson'.' fifteen months of war jLs longer than a oydlo of calm peace, Australia, the land of sheep and elrep herd kings, could get no wool, or not enough to speak of 'to clothe the feet of its- soldiers. What Tras even worse there was more than a horrid suspicion that what wool could ho got cam© from Austria, via America. At this critical time a certain Sydney store adver...
BUNDARRA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 13 January 1917
BUNDARRA. NEWS. (From Our Correspondent'-) .. , The Christmas 'season has cpmo an'd gone iwlitli -.the -usual-. Little ? festivities -oi former years, when' friends meet friends witili common greetings and good wishes for the New A* ear. Rojiieiwing tho past it| might be truly said that the district lias | held n« own, andl tho-sotfelrs may fee] well pleased with the returns. lhe slicar-iiig.ooasoni iwas-a lengthy one on aci counti of tlie constant rams (the. yearly total being i'orby-four inches). buD tho clip was highly satisfactory, and tho pri ces realised' l\v those who sold passed expectations, thus ipraetitfaily proving' the value of the district as a iwool-producing one. A goodr deal of trouble was cx l-erieiloe'd by tho carriers on, account ot tlia boggy conditions of the roads, and tho rainfal generally. With sudli draw backs it is surprising how the.motor mail from Arniidalo kept up its running, and great credit is due to jfcho excellent dri ver, Mr. Wells. Since thei Nen...