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(Reuter's Telegram). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

(lleuter's Telegram). ? LOKDON, Tuesday. ? j I t«i liters fc/.uonika eonv.vipoiutii'iit, re port:: that the Greeks are moving north vfuvds from .Tfealy. ..,a iiu I* alk-\nhoyn liiiulcd Ironi a submarine somewhere oii the Greek ((iif-t, whence' lie proceeded to Uirissa, jiossibly to the Creek headquarters, ciml'erring . u itJi, -V1 ai oi-;; :JPa!k&iihii.iifisenv; ; :tlie- iGeirmari .mili tary .iLhieho at Alhenti. Tli-* lattoi ice rnU.v leih, but hiift notoriously tit^-n ill communication with King Constantino; It i\as --\ielessly indeed, lecently lepoit ed that he hud' returned to Athens. The 'Daily 'JVlegrapli'' diplomatic cor i-cispondcnt !'|l-o that tins Allies aro again negotiatinig -vviUi Tino, insisting on 'fiur fchcr pledges, iiml reining, t-i raise t.bo blockade, but-, leaving the door open for lurthcr disoussion.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUDAS CONSTANTINE. Fresh Greek Treachery Expected. Salonika Troops Endangered. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

JUDAS CONSTANTINE. Fresh Greek Treachery Expected. Salonika Troops Endangered. ? (Itcuter's Telegram.) ! LONDON, Tuesday. I'iU'iw opinion accepts Constantino at. ,i, v-iiigetui enemy and demands that he prooL-nt. tho ceremony ol salute t° The .\iu({.' ftafi'. ' 'J'lie '.'Jnnt-'f.' correspondent at Amh.ii&n says tnat a iW'tnigui.nvju snQ\K'w:;iioyiBi; Gewnony is' .powerless lo'li-M|- Constaiir iiiiio. or if ive are inj'olvod .-,- against, tlie Greek army. . Constantino pleads that snowstorms HIV) delaying l)i« transfei o) troops hoin liitissaly. 'Jliiesfi -'.&:M'.v rtfliousar-d.- \(!i-cel-£, \mi\ff appofir at any time against us.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Published in "The Times.") LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

(Published in, ''The 'J!irnes.') 11C)MJJON, Tuesday. /'Tlio Tunes states Vidt, I lie i«*unip Lion of the offensive ou tho main front i.. imminent. Tho German.', attacked Verdun too (oori, last year, lmi that risk will 'be run on every main front in jHi/ beenuso tbo belligerents cannot wait All aro feeling the increasingly severe itrain. ' . ' . '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INCREASING ACTIVITY. Lively Times Along Western Front. Other Offensives Expected. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

INCREASING ACTIVITY. , Lively Times Along Western Front. Other .Offensives Expected. (Reuters Telegram.) , ^ J.OiN'DOM. Tue&day. KicliJ Maisli.il lljif1, reports: i\o raid ed line: eastward nf Loos iiLJljoliuj^ many casualties. A French mt'ssage reports that an al wjnpted enemy coup jto main in the rionnne region, under cover of air tor [Midoes and gas shell fire iva-', easily io pu'lsed. The Uennaiis also attacked, our advanced pot/1*, between the A-»n» and Argoiliie from. Iniu were Lhrowu inu-k.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROMINENT MURRURUNDI RESI­DENT DEAD. Mr. Alf. Fleming. MURRURUNDI, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 18 January 1917

PROMINENT MURRURUNDI RESI DENT DEAD. Mr. Alf Fleming.   MURRURUNDI, Wednesday   The death occured at his residence Murrurundi of a well-known Northern district resident in Mr. Alf. Fleming, son of Mrs. A. Fleming also of this town at the age of 46years. The deceased had   been ailing forsome time and his death was not unexpected. He was for a number of years the proprietor of the local paper, and was largely concerned in public matters for   the welfare of the town and district, be ing at the time of his demise president of the School of Arts, Trustee of the Hospital and the oldest secretary of the M. U. . Oddfellows of which order he was credited being the youngest- D.P.P.G. of t i's other matter's. In his youth he was a prominent foot baller inthe Hunter district, and a       first rate all-round athlete. He took a deal of interest in sport at the time of his death when he was secretary to t...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHY MACKENSEN WAS CHECKED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

WHY MACKENSEN, WAS CHECKED (Renter's Telegram.) ?? ~ NON'.DON, Weduesdav. A Uotliji mcsaiRO a--cnbee Aim Iceiifcn t, check to tlio arrival of plentiful mun itions in llomuamn.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWEDEN'S' WAR AFFLICTIONS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

SWEDEN'S' WAR AFFLICTIONS. LOXD'OiX. AVcdncfctlay At tlnv »6peiwng o'P Ihe Swedish Par linincnt tho Kings' speech Klatod tha '?.vtraortlinarv nioasures -\vere necessitat od bv, tho increased vrar operations ii Swedish territorial waters.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLIES CANNOT OBLIGE PEACEMAKERS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

ALLIES CANNOT OBLIGE PEACE MAKERS. 1 (Reuicr'.s Telegrum.) ? ' I I.ONJJ0N. AVedncf-dov. V Paris correspondent} blsiles. -Ihiit Iho \llu-fc replied to the Si\iw, and Seartdin .vi.in peace notes backing lip President Wilson - Th'a Allie. defl.ned then inaJiiUtA to meet wish for the reasons contained in the reply to l.lu» despatch of President AVil&on.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUD ON WEST FRONT. But Guns and Munitions Behind. (Published in "The Times.") LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

MUD ON /WEST FRONT. But Guns and Munitions. Behind. ' (lUihl.i-.hed in 'The, Time-.'') , - _.. . ' -I (-N,I)O\\ W'cdni^dav. J.oitl Isorthcliffe says on tho occasion r)l' his most i-eeont visit lit the''- front he V;'s particularly impressed by th» ex b'.-iit ,cf the. mud; but, behind -the mud' .him was an accumulation ni artillerj ,i'tl inunitioiib th»b was « mosi cheering portnub. . / -. - ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRANCE'S NEW GENERAL Knows What He Wants and Does It. The Douaumont Attack. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

FRANCE'S NEW GENERAL V Knows What' He Wants anil Does It. The Douauiiiuht Attack. (Router's TClcgrani.) ' JK.)jS!J)OM.,AYcdne=-li)j. On t.he e\-- ol Lhe attack :-t?;iin* i Dou auinont General Neville,' submitted three plans and recommended one -which Al. |iri(iii4 appiovod and .Marshal Joffio adopted. - ' General N'evillo told llr. Hriand' ho would receive a telegram at i! o'clock in; the afternoon (li'tiiiliu-t tho , acocinpusli- ; .neiiUj. - '- .' ' M. ' Rriand wn', addressing a difficult, ,icici spision ao 3 o'clock when tiro tolp grarti arrived in' the exact language Al. Smile h xl loreu \od a v ng Uic pumU rcivc'hed,, the ti«i« occupied, and the cas ualties, .and prisoners the. next day the -i'.««ners 'were increased to-5 twelve chovi -saud'.' : ? ? ? ' . -

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONSTANTINE NOT GAME FOR WAR. Back Down at Last. Saved His Army from Destruction. (Published in "The Times.") LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

CONSTANTINE NOT GAME FOR. WAR. ' Back Down at Last. Saved His Army. from Destruction.' y'ulili heu1 in 'the Time'*.') \ ? LODNON. Wed'uc-dav. iMr. .feflrich ^\ai , couespondont, fc.'iys tlioro it; witisfaet.iuirnt Athens of the ii-;- ccptanco of the' ultimatum; 'I'ho AVni keiiRts.' ni1o''overjorcd. 'l'lu- Kino; prob ably accepted anything rather 'jJhiui em bark on ?military adventure. ? Gene-ral iSarrail was prepared to entir ol\ destrov tho Greet; arnnvvfor ^hich he Jiad iiiinJo nil plans. 'oven loi cut rj of the Greeks against tho AHief, in co opeylition -«itli tli« Germans. ff Miickciison had lieon iii-; A' -«' a.'jt u; bh^ reply Would penhnps perhaps have -. i-n different. ' ? ' ,K\--'ir th-i Arch-German Gounarij. counselled the acceptance. E\ t lUhnu;' is ncmin :i -l!ilc ni Liyuistt.ion. Tho ev-, acuation of the troops seems Iri Ihflvo hu gun. - ' -, ., . .i . ' - - ',

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL APPRAISEMENTS. Som "John Bridge" Figures. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

WOOL APPRAISEMENTS. Som 'John Bridge' Figures. We. publish horeunder some figures in connection With John Bridge and Co.s' nrst wool appraisement. .' A. Baker (Bundarra) : 8 bales sup com w 26%d, 31 bales 1st com w 26%d, 100 bales 1st com yr 25%d, 36 bales 1st com e 25%d, 7 bales aa com ,e 25%d,- 7 bales 2nd com w 2£&d; 13 bales 1st pw 20d, 52 bales 1st pw 19%d. - C. D. Judge (Bon Lomond) tv 15 bales aaa 1st com e 24%d,, 23 bales1 af -1st com w 241% d, 21 bales aaaa 1st com e 24d, 40 bales aaa 1st com w 23%d/ 10 b'ales aa 1st com o 22%d, 11. bales' aa' 1st com w 22d, 16 bales a7-lst pw 20%d, 15 bales 14%d. ' , i W. p. Cregah (Bon Lomond):,; 9 bales' 1st com 24%d. ' ' „ * B. J. Barnos (Limlbrl)': ls'b'ales 1st W -i3%d, 9 bales aw liM/id. '?--». ? ? W. A. and A. Ha'rtmann (Dundoe)- 24 bales ow and h 23%d, . ' E. A. Barnes (ODimbrD: 19 bales 1st e and w 18V4d, 22'.bales 1st x o and-h' 16%d. ' , - ',

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAR. GERMANY'S ECONOMIC SITUATION Downhill Pace Increasing. Military Spirit Dead. But People's Delusions Still Intact. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

THE WAR, GERMANY'S ECONOMIC SITUATION ? i ?? Dnwnhill Pace Incroasini/. - ' Military Spirit Deatl. -'?., But People's Delusions Still Intact. j ' (Keuler'-- Te'egraui.) ? ' . ? 'LONDON, Wednesday. ': A letter from Cologne Says tho oconff ni ic situation lia yawing worse and .tho ds.wnliill jjaeo j1- uifreasing. Deterior ation is visible. The people private'.y confess Ucrinanj' is faced with the pros pect of ;j,ivins up the su-u^gle niulfw. Gwiiiflnv: raidas Denmark iuid Holland for food. ' v lionls \wcro mosl d'flicidt to obtain.' There jtxrk soniotini'cs gi^ea-t l'i& his out1 side the;* bootsho'is. »Soldiers from, tho Soinme. coinplained of not getting oily ubstances. , 'T,h« miliL.iM --jjuiI j(., dead n Iho city. Tile people's onl tcninfort ).s- the belief thai pice-' and csircty ate 'AMiibe m KViii'co, Ijrtuin and Russia than in Ger many.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED THEFT OF HARNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

ALLEGED THEFT OF HARNESS. At the Tamworth, police court on Thur sday. Thomas Oatoly, 64,, was charged v ith stealing at HallsviUo oho set of har ness of the value of £2/10, the property fwV'' nlsPxi.on °F. ohout'tho 30th' October. On tho application of tho pol orii ef?,ndnnt was I'Pinaiuled till tho

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO HUNDRED LOST WITH JAPANESE WARSHIP. TOKIO, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

TWO- HUNDRED LOST WITH JAPANESE WARSHIP. -( Iteiiter'.-: Telegrivni.)' , TOKK). Wednesday. . It is now; estnuated that 200 were let In- the oxpl'osiori of tb-e. Japanese- battle sUfp, which Kfinlc in S'O minues. : s

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ARROW THAT FLIETH (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER IX.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

THE ARROW. THAT / ELIETH GUY THORNE', Uithor of 'Mantrap Manor,' 'When it , Was Dark,' 'Made in His Image,' v 'First It Was Ordained,' 'A Lost Cause,' ',&-;., &c (COPYRIGHT.) ? . ' CHAPTER IX.— Continued. . ' ' *? -'It ds quite your own affair, Lord Sallina,' the proprietor answered— limsell! an o'Ul personal friend of the peer's, 'and' I have ;no,t ithe .slightest jibjectkm.' 'That's ali right, and I thank'' you. /cry much,' the viscount a-eplied, and is he did so t'he doctor entered the iifcfci.ng1 room. t IJe proceecjed .at once to examine the Italian. Lord Balliua remained, in his ?oom a quarter of .an hour,, pacing, an xiously up and down in uncontrollable mpatience and anxiety, yet impatience cor whiclh there was no remedy. Then, -for the nig-tot was hot, and the ile'etrie lig'Wt dazzled his eyes, he went mt into the great open ^loggia, and stroled heneaith the high marble arches . is'lening' to the tinkle ,of a little foun tain among the oirange iti'ees1, Tvhi...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAWLER TROUBLE GRAVER. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

I TRAWLER TROUBLE GRAVER. '' ^YI)\l-'Y_ 'Nniv.-.rln.v.. ^ The trawler trouble is .assuming » prraA'or a'micct 'I'TTere --? (ivf.rv prospect of its sPrua-l*»*s' io' other branches of the. harbour industry. 1 -

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

CASUAL COLUMN ? ADVERTISEMENTS ' accompanied by ', cash £or this column are inserted at the rate ot 18 words for 1/, and 6d for each additional 9,, words, or part thereof. '?An additional cliargo at 6d is mado for booking. ? ' i. ? Wanted. ' ' ? WANTED.-7-Good Woman Cook. Apply, with reference '-to- Mrs. ,Nivison, Ohio, Walelia.', t ' . ??' ? ' WANTED^ATThe~l^yr5^gIanid~'Glrls1 ?r School, Arinidalo, Two Housemaids. Arpply, with references 'to the Matroa. ^VANTED.— A Woman as Cook/ - Aip-ply)' Mrs. 'G-Jt;_GilIL Emu Creek, Walcha.' ? WANTED.— Quote~'foF~50'~or~60~Tons of 'Prime Wheaten Chaff, delivered on _ nearest , railway. Hawkins Limited, .Willow Tree. WiANTED.-^By. Married- Couple, well' - furnished Bearoom,- every convenience Good 'rent for -suitable room. Apply,-' '_S:H., This_ Office. WANTED.— to Rent 5 roomed Brick 1 Cottage, in nice 'locality. Apply, Mrs. A. V. Doyle, c/o. ' Observer' Office. WANTED. — Office Boy7''at^once^ Tribe and Prentice, Solicitors, Tamworth. WANTED.— ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL PARTIES CONFERRING. SYDNEY, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

FEDERAL PARTIES; CONFERRING. - *' ' ' - SY'»\KV TIiim— l-iv. The inemberfi'of tho federal Lilioial parly met. 'to-day, to discuss the political situation. v ' i , J After the me,oting Mr. Hugh'es and Mr. Cook will aiivalji confer whon il is ex I Ipectea a filial Slecision will be reached. I

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

THE WITHER. . LATEST OFFICIAL1 FORECAST. , Hot ar.d sultry .with thunderstorms and n»rthrrly winds; THE DAILY OBSERVES. SUNDAY. JAXUAKY 19. 1917.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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