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MAITLAND RECRUITING. WEST MAITLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

MAITLAND RECRUITIWG. . - WUST jrAJTI'AKD'. Monday. ?- Six '«--ir'v.i -j rtit^wi M'l' T-titMiisclves to day and all wera accepted.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Hungry German Children. NO LONGER INSOLENT. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

Hungry German Children, ;. NO LONGER INSOLENT. (PiiblUliefl in 'Tfne Times.') LONDON, Monday. ? Nine civilians from Germany arrived at-'.-Qravesend;:.,1 .They, «iy' the ronditions at OJ-uhlc-htii havo .improved. Tho (!oi v'--nfi a'ro no longei; arrogant and boiist^ ful. - . Geiiiiany's poverty j'? strikingly rc vealed by the elniiijW attitude of th-- children, ^Formerly. lh-'- we're inhiilont. .l^it now linger outside the compound and eagerly snatch particles oi food llu- T'ltiL'li'-b throw onfceoff M10 pai-eels. .On leaving . Buhteben' they .(.aw lonp; queues ol women ?ivailinfj; for food.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MURDER AND SUICIDE. Chaffeur Who Had a Set on a Girl. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

MURDER AND SUICIDE/ Chaffeur Who Had & Set on a Girl. . ... . . r SYDNEY ?? .Mondav. Ai the inquest concerning the Hummer Hi. I shooting case, Sergt. Paine ',ai-l l()ioi rem# llifil, 1 did il I went to All:-'! McLeod's* room crepl in and fired at her. I had' a se'l on her. 1 al'ter n'-ards tired three shots into my 'chest *n-i one into my mouth.' '1 lie Coronur recorded a. verdict of murder ;md suicide respectively.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Still Rush for Loan. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

Still Rush for Loan. (United Ser\'iee.) LokboN,* Monday. v ITicn» ?«!»« u ^steady Huh' ot lunn appli iMins U- IjoinbiJiil -3Uc-'l. yesterday, m ?amlmji many AiistralnsianBj Suutb Ain oans, Canadians niul Indians.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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RUNAWAY COACH AND FOUR. Boy Thrown Out and Killed. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

RUNAWAY, COACH AND FOUR.' ;Bny Thrown Out and Killed. KYUNKY .Monday. 1 he coach from Mount Wilson to- uith- go\v, jtf charge of .1. T. Sheplierd, was travelling, ale.ng the road to Mount Vic toria, yesterday afternoon' when the lea'd nift horses took fright M » iiaKHinn motor car. The driver kept control of Uie four, animals, bu( the vehicle ran over a large stuie, and the pole snapped; J'ourteen passengers won- jolted about, cn.l received a- shaking. A five-year-oju hoy named Jjonji1 was thrown nul, and Rinded ou his .head. ( The vehicle went over him, and he died' in a few minutes; A little girl was also badly injured.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

?? - ... ??-??? ** THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. Generally fine with S. to E. winds, but cloudy along the coast and high lands with some showers N. of Sydney; squally at sea. ' . ' ? THE DAILY OBSERVER. TUESDAY, JANUARY 36, 103 7.

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THE ARROW THAT FLIETH (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER VIII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

THE ARROW THAT FLIETH__ BY GUY THORNE, luthor of 'Mantrap Manor,' 'When it Was Dark,' 'Made in His Image,' ?? 'First It Was Ordained,' 'A Lost Cause,' &c.j &o. . (COPYBIGHT.) ?CHAPTiER VIII.— Continiued. Turning' into th'o Via Tornabiioni he jnte/ed -a 'cafe, ordeved a cognac, and na'de a few inquiries from the waiter ?vile Drought' it to him. From the man he'lenrncd that'the Palazzo- Biccioli was et out in boarding houses, a fact which _; .?avc hum a tnccinet idea of the course ?ae should pursue. Finishing his- flrink le turned imlo the em'banlcmeht. A bright moon hung1 over the rnftid .?iver, ' wWh its marvellous anedievaL / bridges. The great houses threw purple ha'dows upon the jw'hiito roads. . The vhole secne was redolent of mystery, aid instinct' with' all the spirit cf the nifldle .Ages. '' . f'l will go and as'k a'bout apartments.' 3allina isaid to himself, 'thus 1 shall loutrtless be able to discover sometlijiig. Ju.st as the peer -\vas turning1 on to he Lu...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

,. PERSONAL. , A very old and highly respected n«i dfuii ot Camwortn, iir t-iie jxi.dii oi VI i JttiatJK-w Hjzan), Wen., 'ptiSbecl away re ? eontlj1 at tho residence (-1 h.s dausihtcV, \llS. Ojvo .Miuuii, Alai'mir, firiTct, ;-\, the ugti -iJ K7 years. Uo ihad lived in Tam wuith 1ol- 'do years, ami w.n . engaged in tbu Jli(iol) business, ' .from which Ii© Jiarl to lotiiv twelve -«'io', i-i(jvnm^iy. IIo iiti\ou -\ v, iUi ' iml nv- clntriit'ii, thieo -1.niH,lilci-, and liwi ?.OiS, \m. Ah,-., wme Alawm, JJ.Vs. \V. -1. SwioJieid, and Mrs. D. H. V^lltr, and Messrs. AVathcw »ad Petei L»nant, 17 gi-iind-ehildrcn- . and thi'fe 6,1-pat H,rnndchiklreh. 'lho remains, wort* tulir'ii io i'Jfc. S'ichofas' Ciiiirc^ and tlifflico l« llio Roman Catholic portion; nl tho Wc.'.t Tamwoith tX-jn*teij.- Tne lU-v. Pother Mull ins officiated at the graveside. - ' . ' ' Mr. 'E. lhiwuoy, w)in has for. the la&t nvf- yoiir?, been upon dm rt'iiorting, staft of the 'Jfeily Observer,': 'recently resig ned h...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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AUSTRALIA'S INTEREST IN THE PEACE TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

AUSTRALIA'S INTEREST IN THE PEACE TERMS. There is wonkl-wide comment upon t'hft omiosioii I'rarn Iho Mies' reply to the German peace overtures, of any re ference to British lernitoriul aims. American papers, are excitedly declar ing/that it means that Britain is fight ing xoi iiiiuiiiiriLyv ii mi uiviii.-5«i-ujii -vn;ii- out ivny flesirq for reward oilier Ihan the' triumph of- right,..'. There ft to pointed references' 'io' Uie German colonies, which It w inferred may bo given back toi Germany ;us a eorapiele answer to llho general notion thai, Britain is not malting her tremendous 'sacrifices upon ptirefly ethical grounds. -. Australians )-!hoiild bit up aindvtake notice of 1 his matter, it' ?*» (' no other.1 ' v. It seems athstml o& -.the-' fae-? of 'it that the AMies after waging long and coistly campaigns to wrerfch Germany's colonie-' lnorrifhei should Cipm idealistic motives soinply' b*nnd llfeni ''back to the country which made sudh poor use.' of them. Still dt irf qu...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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GERMAN SUCCESSES IN EAST. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

GERMAN SUCCESSES IN EAST. (lleutor's Telegram.) \LONDON, Sunday. ;.v I'he Uennans claim that German Gren ;nli(-ri-: entered tho Russian iwiwitions at several .points north of Goldenbystritza, inflicting severe losses. ? They add: We stormed iinrt , ouptuied Iho bii'ininii, southward of Oituz Itond, and also repulsed an advance on the SjereUi. noi-rh-west of Ifila and hostile attacks /between, tin'. Vardiv and t Lake Doiran.- ' '? ' ?? , A German official message claims tho capture ol Vjdiw on lh« Braila-Galatz railway. - ',:,--- :?

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ON WESTERN FRONT. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

ON WESTERN FRONT. nVeiiter'n Telecram.V : '??:?' '-?'; LONDON. Sunday. Menerai tnaig reports: ; we drove on al raid north-tfest; of Guedecourt : and car ried out successful patrol- enterprises -at ?N-eiiye GHapell©'' aiid!' Arnieritieres. Reu.ter's : Paris corresipondent ,! states 'there' is the custocttai-y cannonade south of tho Soinme and in the region of Ver diin and; enemy -recorijiaisances south of Beri'yaiu.bac~lwerevrepulsed. ,!;, .; , ? ..:'

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Big Sheepskin Deal. BRITAIN TO BUY 40,000 BALES A MONTH. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

Big Sheepskin Deal. BRITAIN TO BUY 40,000 BALES A MONTH. 3V) ELBOUENE. Monday. Arnmi;ementH have boon concluded by the- Cpinmoniwealth and: Imperial Govern ments for the latter to purchase 40,000 bttli-B of sheepskins monthly ut a price fixed iby-the ^ Connmonwealth sheepskin appraisers: plus the charges from the appraisins; wuiflionsu to i'.o.b, steamer. Tbo balance will b-! sold by public ton-' der. Buvitk have to prove Unit the ex ports are to the Empire or to the Al liOS/ ?' ?? ??? . ??? ; '??? ?-.'??.? ' ??-?:??'?? -,? .?:..? '. ?:? ^ .

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Greek Anger. "STRANGLING EFFECTS OF THE BLOCKADE." PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

Greek Anger. 'STRANGLING EFFECTS OF THE v BLOCKADE,' (.Renter's Telegram.) ' ' ' TATMK. Monday. ? According, to the7 'Teinps' the-Greek Government's reply Ho1 President Wil /3011's Notn is violently louuiiinativo afjainst Ihe. Ententoi It declares that no country has suf fored like Greece, although r.h-' i« a. non Itolhfti'iwil fbo dn oil m ti mglincr cf fi'ct« of tho iblfM-kado. ,

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German Silliness. DEGENERATE BRITISH DOMINIONS LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

German Silliness. DEGENERATE BRITISH DOMINIONS '(ruiblhhyd in 'The Times.') LONDON'. Mondnv. lien Kiliuni. -i'c-(V)rtMil al, Hyduey, lec tiirinir -it Munich on tho ooloniVi' ways they' hi-v-j fiontributed practicnJly nothing to- VBneland'e intelWetual; development. i - Tt i«* a, remarkable ftu*\i thai, the Eng-; lish population in Lho colonies degene rates and requires- v now blood f 10111 tho iXfothprlnnrl which' no 'longer .produces suitable colonists.; England h living in turroi- of the collapse -«f tho Bmpiro..

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Germans Will Submit Terms. AS COMPREHENSIVE AS THOSE OF ALLIES. Wilson Must Keep Peace Pot Boiling. WASHINGTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

Germans Will Submit Terms. AS COMPREHENSIVE AS THtfSE OF ALLIES. Wilson Must Keep Peace Pot Boiling, j .', 'WASHINGTON, Momtov.. 1 -'J; fVdmmastr a ti.ye^ circles, expect;.- Germany 1 imH -Iransinit 1t- President Wik.on terms | )i-s comprehensive as those of the. En- , i«nte, The price of (Herman friendship is. that Wilson will continue 'his -peace agitation,; say Teuton diplomats. Wileon is consid orinc; his next- movo. , . .-? . :: PreskTent 'Wilson has received :i peti tion frc'ii Massachusetts with inOO names Atnandina the severance of relations with Qwm.uiv iihiess ihc ltelfiian dopor lations cense.

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RECRUITING. Men Wanted for Light Horse and Camel Corps. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

RECRUiTING. : Men Wanted for Light Hnrsft and 1 ' - Camel Corps.. Recruits are urgently needed , l'or Light Horse Corps -nwl Camel Corps. Applicants forlJght Horse must be first cltibB riders anil ibavi In en broutihl up hi the. country or have llvurt' in tho coun try for a 'considerable time. Recruits i'nr Oamel Corps should h!m- b-^ Rood dders, and should, if possible; be abbs to show liny nave nad koiho nine ex experience with camels. Following ih Iho liKt'of men who hnve enlisted in 'Iho A.l.F. from Tamwcrth district recently:—- ' Robert Gaimer Tamworth; John Hun ter, Tarn worth,; '.lolni Adams; Now Zea land; John BpiJumonl. West, 'Sydney; Aloysius Culla, Tainworlh; Joseph O'Sullivan, Perth, W.A.; William Krnest Harris, Boggabri; Frank Bronspn, Tain worth;: William- Bryant;- Tamwortn;;iiiai ward' Burke,' Barra.ba; Williimii David Sf-iCanil 'Barruba; .lames Davis, 't'oiv woomba'; Clifford Ainbrn«- arickel borough Tuinworlh; Harry William Starr Tamworth; William- Hannoush,. \Vesf ...

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Horse Falls on Motor Car. ACCIDENT ON GLEN INNESGRAFTON ROAD. Mr. H. G. Le Quesne Killed. GLEN INNES, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

Horse Falls o» Motor Car. ACCIDENT ON GLEN INNES GRAFTON ROAD. . . Mr. H. G. Le Qiiesne. Killed. GLEN 1NNES, Alond.iv. 1 --\ latai aoeiaent occurred oJt the Glen Innes-Graftoii ?Rom] to-dav. V man wfl:, riding a young horser and leading- ano Uicr, when ;t motor eafycame ul/nns con ta-inl.n-g jtlie driver named lludder, a 'lady I and child, and Mr. H. G. I e Quesne, of Kootingal. The horse shied, reared up and fell info the cur, killing air. be. Quesne instantly. The other occupants oi the car escaped, but the r.ider was badly hurty-jand is now in GraCton Uosi pitaU Rl-, Ariathei report states that Ihc cur collider] wjtli (Ik horse iind overturned, Mr. Le Quesne having his heck -broken, and the driver of Ihe cat being seriously injured, while the lady and child escap ed unhurt. / .'';:The acc.udent look place about 20 'liilles i-'lii!5 side ot'Grafton.^ -. ' ' Prior to, ihn receipt otthe above inus ga:;e by telephone iroTfi Glen .Iiines :tl tins office hiaL night, several conflicting...

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FARMERS AND WHEAT PAYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

\- , — ? ' - FARMERS AND WHEAT PAYMENT. The announcement; recently 'made by air. Hughes that farmers' would receive ;- lir&f payment of 2/fi l'or new seoson's wheat on Monday , caused- a1' number of d;sf.ricj wheatrgrowers to make inquiriot. ai'/lhf. banks yest.erda.Vi They were in'; formed (bsif ut-. .ertHicutes were! avail able, and ihur no valuations were( being made or any standard weight defined II is not known when the necessary docu ments will arrive.

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Greeks Have Food. HIDDEN SUPPLY FOR THREE MONTHS. Brave British Minister. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

Greeks Have Food. . HIDDEN SUPPLY FOB THREE MONTHS. Brave British Minister. ? ' ? (DtiRed.'' Service.) , r ? ? ? ' - ?? LONDON, Mondnv.' Tlio British colony at Athens has ar rived in England. . ^ They state that as ib-p. result of tho V'Vx-kadu (foqd tickets were issued Tn Athens, 'but tho Greeks still have food for three months' bidden in caves and dugouts. - They praise Ihc courage of Minister Elliot duriuK Iho disturbances. When {ho reson,Msts «-c,rc fusiladinsr people in the court-yard of the [legation, Mr. El liolt tonfionted and cowed xhe gunmen The, colonists wore a month aboard a ship at tho Piraeus',' their maiii.tennnotf* costing; the Allies n thousand sterling daily. t

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Russia's New Year. "CONFIDENT ANTICIPATION." Decisive Victory in 1917. PETROGRAD, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 16 January 1917

Russia's New Year. , 'CONFIDENT ANTICIPATION.' ' '; Decisive Victory in 1917. (Renter's TAlegiram.) PETROGBAD, Monday. . Russian Ne\y' rears JJay ne.WRp'apers :j are lull of mililaiy and) (political ic yi^s^nndj greetings r tt- the Allies; ?. ? ' '. ' ? .- ; * Tlio general note 1 innfuVnt1 antici pation 'of ji decisive victory in 1M7. | The frankness anil dignity of tho Al- - lies' reply n- Wjlspn-, contrasted with the I .\.u.stro--Ji'rri»ui running amok among , facts ^, the (.nu- ol much amused -mn- ment lvhe German reference i-u the I Boers has. impressed Iho Russians -wiUi the British policy in South Africa. ' i The 'Novoe' Vremya' snys paper ; guarantees are useless against Germany j and her ntpaejoiiH claim,'.. . j

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