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SUBMARINE PIRACY POLICY. German Rejoinder. Retaliation Against Blockade. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
SUBMARINE, PIRACY POLICY. German Rejoinder. Retaliation Against 'Blockade. - (Ueuto.r's -Telegram.) - 1 ?'' - LONDOK, Tuesd'ay. ? An Anibtordam corrospondout j-ays. tliafc » honn-oflwial Heilm ina.s»iKil ? n-i'li'»R to ? -Router's .statement ?,rogaraing- the ' G ei-irian.- noto; of Jariuary 13, asserts that.; Gunnanv was ioieed 'to mobilise' since R.K8?a!i offered the ;Hasrue Ti-ibxinal ^the very day that' she '? mobilised against Aus tro-HuiiKary. : ? n ^ ' file' : message points but. that , Gennany , riade a proposal for England's neutral; tv. ; and . asks ip not Vthp : submarine ' w n orel : a reprisal ; for Wib English policy of stti'i-vation P ? ? .
LATEST CABLE NEWS. Greek Plot Exposed. GERMAN GENERAL WEETS CONSTANTINE. Allies Demands Being Sidestepped. Hostilities More Imminent. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
LATEST CABLE NEWS, Greek Plot Exposed. GERMAN GENERAL MEETS CON \t STANTINE. Allies' Demands Doing Sidestepped. Hostilities More Imminent. (Published in' 'The Time's.') LONDON, Wednesday. .The FalUenliayn myHtcry has bo.(!n deepened by -\Vwrd Tritio ? r-tutinjj that Palkenhayn iiaa suddenly appeared in Thessaly; stressing the sinister connec tion between his 'appearance and the Greek troop/.' northward movements, which are diruc.tly contrary to Uountan line.'fj jiromise, and nion'ovcr violate the;; neutral zone from Katerina, whore the Anglo-French troop' are Ktationed keep ing the peace, between Coustuutini 'a and Venizeios' troops. ,lic thiillcs hostilities are mom immin ent, Palkenhayn's arrival husgejtinf? that Conntanlinu has successfully plac ed for lime. The (i|rr'eo-ti(3rxnan pluiiK tor comibined action ;iro matured. The., new Greek wireless station continues in constant communication with JSerlin.
German Food Allowances. TWO OUNCES FAT A MONTH FIELD RATION. People Told to Eat Turnips Instead of Potatoes. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
German Food Allowances. TWO OUNCES FAT A MONTH FIELD RATION. People Told to Eat Turnips liibtcrid of Potatoes. (Unik'd Service.) U-N1)ON, Wednesday. Germany's food shortage irt stildition ally lnanite'tcil by the official announce ment of the new field (rations, showing a -:oriKirtor.'i.ble reduction, particularly in f.tt -which Ih now two ounces monthly. 1 Suiter, pork and alcohol are reduced to ZV- ounces daily, t The TVIuhichautliorities;are also en deavoring to compel Germans to t at turnips instead of potatoes. Official notices are widely posted eulogising the / healthful turnips giving recipes and de- 1 nouuomj-'- fond giumhlois as traitors lo Prussia. There aie increased turnips and decreased pot.tfo allowances. Munich urges other States to imitate.
Western Front. HEAVY SHELLING AT YPRES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
Western Front, HEAVY SHELLING AT YPRES. \, . ' (R-euter's Telegram;) LONDON, Wcdneidav. i Field-Marshall lljii^ reports: The dneimv^s attempted rai-li noHh-east of Gueudecourt watt repulsed. Hostile wr llllery ii; uctive in the Beaumont; Hamel mid Arras areas! Our trench lnoiUirs destructively bombarded the front line nortlnvard^of 'Mouchyaubois. We, heav ily shelleil and greatly ( d,imin;ed the nositions.;iii tlie neighbourhood of the ypres-Coinmes canal. A French! communique says: The ar tillery struggle continued fairly briskly ,1ft the.reKion-of the Soitime on the north eastern front of Verdun. j In-X.orra.ine -i successful couprde-main was carried out in trenches cost; of Vic suraisne.
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. ?- HYJDiMJilV, AVednesday. ' i /J'lio hufto high'; pressure h^jlem which for .cvt'ul dny. ju'/fc has Iwcn the ohi--J wWfcher cpnw'ol in Aurtralm, hiif. grad uliiilly. i uiiunied .t)u- olmpo and iMttabion favorablo r to ntou^utmal developments ovjbr a considerable urea ol tli« i'M tern hulf ol- iJk- continent. The weaknesses r»pj-esented by Uhj di]K^ in itij N'orthern ieobnn1 hiiv« since t Wti'dnv hcjcouio if anything mo*o significant; This int-'iit.i- fieatiou in the weather condib;on.s lials bttvine possibk, bj tho KrmUiu.ud surge of.,'the jnainbody of, s 'High' and the i;ain in tho , CSpUjtral Nbaroinctrio value1 over the Soutliern ' Ocean w hero -a- .'JO.il web isoh.ir is s-Kuated. Cons-idoraW-j cloud ureos bin a fontc-ed m Queeneland, N.S.AV., nud scattered ruin with bhunder-' stor.nu iiioj.,U- lijihl .and modcratb in vharacler lu*s ocoiuiod ovoi N.'/.. 'he Antnrtif) activity has alf-ct increawd. -. W. ,to K.W. winds of gain foice a»e 1m-, ing1 uxiMrien...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
PERSONAL, Mv. .1 . Ediininds, headmaster of- Uio Paiiiv orch Diatnct Schoor, bar. lecened n'tii,M' of his promotron u- 15i:oken Hill/ Mr. Edmunds is in TaniHorth for n few days makina arningenients for his ro nKival to hJf msw sphere oi work. Ho will ho greatly missed in Tasniworth, n'herts ;\r. master of the District Ri-liool he was unsparing ol him.--'ll and ot hi energy. As a citizen, he tool: a great iri bei'cefc in all matters 'of public biinctil. During Iii'. c.iay liere Mr. Edmunds wiit. keenly enthusiastic in ail patriotic move incut!). Ho saw with, pride tho depart ure to the. front lof a ^ great mimber o h's p»sb pu|-ite and watched tlmir doings with' interest. Tlio many friends, of Mr and Mrs. Edmunds made in Tmnwortl will .w:h1i thcon continued success aiu hn i-i-iuer-H in tln'ir new hom-\ Corporal '?Snowy' IKobsou. I^.C.if., wlio returned .wounded From Gallipoli and has now re-enlisted for further ac tive, service left. Tsunwortli l-y the Bris l-!Ui« mail -for Sydney. u...
LICENSING CASES AT NARRABRI. NARRABRI, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
LICENSING CASES AT NARRABR1/ ' NitRiBA.BRi; \Vednesd'ay. , A I. t.li-v lucail court to-day 'W. Ander son, Liconseo i-f the Telegraphic (lotol, \vas fined Cl for usiiiji, insulting wordb to dm police. 'Hie ivordt; ^ consisted of 'Wh\ don't you follows Hatch tho cor n'cr x-lace aft or houis. * Another i-putlican .- named; Bus ttm . . h as fined C:J and casts for sen ing a man after hooirs nHhoiit a medical certificate II. was ©Incited iit evidence tlml Iho man went i-- Buxtoti and informed him -that h - s ?uifo was ?in™ imdj required lirandy. Ou the doctor's order,' Buxtou, knowing tlie'iiiriii; suppliciditlie liquor.
LATE TELEGRAMS. FIVE ATTACK ONE. Man Knocks Four Others Down. Fifth Uses Blue Metal. Verdict of Manslaughter at Inquest. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
LATE TELEGRAMS. .'???'' .? ?-?-''-! ^m^, ' ' ' ' '''?' ; ' ' :'- ' ' ?. '' ?-'?'?'. y: ? FIVE ATTACK ON,E. . Man Knocks Fo-.-r' Others Down. Fiftli Ukcs Blue Metal. Verdict of Manslaughter at Inquest. SYDNEY, Wednesday. jiu uiquesi whb Hold lo-rtfty conoo-mliiK ho death of Francis McCave, who was )il with ii piece of metal during a street irawl at Paddington last month. I )oc--um'rt'b widow deposed that her lUKband tr.id her five s-trange men at Vcu-kou him mi the front steps of his of Ilioin down, when the lifth hit him vifh a piece of blue' metal 'iuliicling a leriouH wound. ' A verdict of manslaughter against some -er=i(-n or per' on, linltnown wm , ictum 3d. Wiliilj* deceased's sister was giving ovi lencc Mrs. McGave burst into, team Aoutlng, 'Vn\i are tlu ouc- i want. vVhen I }-(M you ouiKide I'll knoelr your head off.' ' When »ibli-!(] to aitfti u -jr depositions Mrs. McCavo said: 'Leave ine alone. I'll do as f )il-»:un!. I don't 'care if you ?i(!/id inf* to sail.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
CASUAL'. COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS accompanied' by ? cash, for this column are inserted at . the rate of ,18-.words for- 1/, -and 6d' folveaeh additional '9 words, or part ' thereof. !An additional cliarge- of 6d is' made, for booking.' ' - ? ? ? wanted; WANTED.— Good Woman Cook. AppTy^ with reforence to Mrs. NivisonAOnio, Walcha. ? ' WANTED— At..the Now England Girli1 School, Armidale, Two Housoniaids Apply,, with -references to tha Mat.mn' WANTED.— General. Farm Hand, young and saber/ seeks . position, thoroughly experienced. -'H.B.G.' care ' W A Bourne, Glydo's ' Chambers WANTED.— Buyers fo'r~Furniturernew nnd second-hand. .Cheapest Storo in %T?n- p- v- piPer, Brisbane-street. JL6I, 329. - ? -4 ' WANTED.^To cureTad~hiadTof~Siw Jng -Machines, run down Talking Ma chines, Broken Ribs, Female' and Male Umbrellas all parts supplied. Jack Bird-, next No-Buz Depot, West 'Tam worth:. w.a'« l.jiijj.— uood , Cooks, Laundresses, Generals, Housemaids, Waitresses Waiting Engagement Married Couple...
PROBABLE FEDERAL DEVELOPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
PROBABLE FEDERAL DEVELOP MENTS. Tlici-c are nol wanting signu oi' a tem porary settilenieni oi' the Ped'eraf yi'lua tion. Mr. Hughes hats not yet burnt his boats behind him, and 'still has^an oppoiluuity oi' going1 to London n? Aus tiiJia'ti deleyute l-- the War Council. The probability *io he' will go1, for it is obvious thai the keen, disappointment expressed iiu iucm, umniiii at uie up parent indifference ol' Auslnalia. to the motherland's 'bold effort to , take Hie d'Oininions info hut- confidence hus had ij.iiKnili.ed effect upon public opinion in this _ count rj. It it a'hnobt -.file to pre dict a compromise between the Liberals anil Hug'hesites in order that the Prime Minister wa^ leave -at once for Londoi I't ,suvo Australia's fwc. There is lit t,e d'oubt tho't ('dulling on top of the referendum failure, the refusal ol! th (?!iiiiiiiiMii-wut)!'tli .to. sink personal partj difference-) even to the eifcnl ftf joining in v,Tiole-heartedly in Mr. ' Uoy- , George's conference, up...
Voice of Dominions. TO BE HEARD DURING THE WAR. Is Australia to be Silent? LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917
Voice of Dominions. TO BE HEARD DURING THE WAR. Is Australia to be. Silent? (Uniled Service..) LONDON, Wednesday. The 'l'all Mall Gazette.' says the war confereiiico will proliybly arrange for continued ^Dominions' ? repreKentation during:: the war. :::??: : . The (labinct is 'favorable. It ia sugges ted that each Dominion appoint a repre sentative aviiilaliln for consultation and attoiulamio at. the Cabinet, thus secur ing continuity or policy. The sippoint ment of h Dominions' secretariat Is urged. Knvfirsil rx'WfipaipoiT. iiro contending fchat Australia is th(- only Dominion that has xi ot. selected a representative.