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ANOTHER GERMAN RAIDER. ENORMOUS DAMAGE IN SOUTH ATLANTIC Merchant Vessels Sunk or Captured. Great Loss of Life. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 19 January 1917

ANOTHER GERMAN RAIDER; . ENORMOUS DAMAGE IN SOUTH i ; ATLANTIC. ^'lyicrrhanl Vessels Sunk or Captured. '\ ' .Great Loss of llife. j (Renter's 'Telegram.) __. LONDON. Wodne,iliiv The Ailitm .ilty announce' th.K it is believed lhat a German nailer hank ten I anil uiptuiul two merchantmen in Iho South Aflantii . 240 oi the ciews'ha've arrived at Pernambuco. v jK is reported tiiat the ilitf'sh steamer Varrnwdalo v,a\ icaptured imtl sent away with 400 mciJ fioni the buuken ve seh . Anothur report says that tho raider sank or Cfvptured -fwenty-two vessels. .Ano ther report gives .tin numbers uk seven ?junlc, nine' cantm-edi The .British .Admiral'ty assumes , that, the following ship's were sunk by -'the, AtUntic''raider:~Dramatisl (5415 tonw), Radnbrhire ^ (4310 ' tonft) Nythburyhill (44«-t tons), Mount , Temple (D'iOe limn), ICing George (3xna loiih) Voltiuro '(M-V& tons), Georgip (10 077 tons) and Mln)nh, i.11 British y.esso'lsj {jnrt the BVench' bar- que Nanles' (2679' tons); a...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

SINGLETON. Mfiom our Correspondent.) Mr. Ohas. A. lUoiris, rdceivqu. wo iex, teii, by tho lest mail lroin lr.s tbiotliev uordou, -who is now a soa-geant mtu tne Australian forces in J'riiuco. i-eiKe;mt Motns tett hore over 18 monthb ago lor ligypt and -was two montlis on uallip on J/cninusla, talcing part in. tho ovacu m.ifin. 1I« -was mmit- xo the Suez Ganal, .and arrived in TjVancc last, J une.. her goant Morris «-as'ieporl-?d as mounded iu,« Sopfcember, bin;, acooidmg to letters rcoEMvod ' by his 'brother, somo mistake hue, boon miide, as when ire was reported in .hospital in, Jinghuid, letters, -utio be ing received from him in France. ±io tt.tl hod mention being wounded oil ill. In hlJj ?Uohtiht) -x-muiuniiCi)..ioiis) Jijrgouni. iM orris said ho oxpeeted to hav « 10 a.iy'8 lurlough in luigLmd, and mentton ud that ho hud &cjn a, number 'or Smgjc ain f-oy.-». -They were all having a rou^n time lii tlie mud tuid snow, etc. Plenu.y tt-.irni clothing was is&nod, but ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUIRINDI. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

QUIRINDI. (l(1iom our Coi respondent.) A man jutmcrt Fi-ank Orogor was Iound doad in a but. at Greenhills, on ^ uuly Station, !J0 miles rait, -ind mioi in.ion Jinvjup; beoui seiil to (juuindi. Con-~ si dbio Oouk naai, to bho place lianmd on 1 ((CR'tiiy. It. ii{)peii,i« tliab doeon&ecl, .! liibbiter omployotl' on AVindy. returned lit the oncl of the week irom oydiwy. ilo u.illod at, billow 'J'lee, on hi& way homo on Saturday, and' appeal ed 'Ihein to Ixj in' | his iDiiul'^ood hoaliJi.. An mquesi. v.ill be Held by Mr. Ilungerford, Coroner, on Si. tui'day afternoun ;ioit, ab tlio oihoj ol tlia lowil Sliiru C'ounoil. Tlie body wre. iiiteriod noiir dweawid'b late, rcsideuco on Windy estate, on AVoclnesd.iy last A requisition mns signed by a largo nuinbor ol local residents this veek in fivvoi of oonven'ino; i». niceiting foi- the formation ol a O.ik'doui.m Society in ^?uh-indi, Ao thore if. a oironj; body ui Scotchmen and Scottish natives in tint. di-jtivb, tho local High...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

. ARMIDALE. ? (From our Correspondent). So far this week there has been no recruiting at all at the Armidale depot. .Lieut. Whiteford, of Armidale, addres sed' a. public meeting at Hillgrovc on Monday evening and succeeded in get ting two recruits. -The Mayor (Aid. Jones) was in the chair. Mr. P. P. Capper, of ''Brookstcaf,' Anmidale, has, received word from his managers that his Queensland proper ties 'Nyora' and 'Neyuna,' which are situated in the Clermont district luckily escaped serious damage in the recent floods. At a meeting of the Armidale War Service Committee it wan decided to refer a list of areas suitable and avail able for returned soldiers in the Armi dale district to a s'\sciar committee for report. It was also decided to write to tho State War Council asking permis sion to make a few collections for re turned soldiers (necessitous cases) so, thai tlio \ifiinds could bo kept up to a certain tiling. His Lordship, Dr. O'Connor, of Armi dale, played an important part in ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLACK SWAMP. Frowell and Presentation to Miss Woolaston. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

BLACK SWAMP. Frowell and Presentation to miss Woolaston. (From a Correspondent). ?\&\ large num-Der oi : menus gatnerea in the Black Swamp hall to bid farewell to their worthy teacher who is leaving Black Swamp to take up duties at Grosewold. Dancing ? ibegan at 9 p.m. and was kept going until 12 o'clock, when there was an interval to allow Aid. Stewart (Mayor of Tenterfield) to perform a pleasant duty — the making of a presentation to Miss Woollaston.on behalf of the residents of Black Swamp. Aid. Stewart expressed the great plea suro it gavo him to be present on such an occasion. He liad been to many send-offs to soldiers at Black Swamp, but none afforded him so much pleasure, as this function. Ho had known Miss VVoollaston for the past; two years and could say sho was loved by all her ac auaintances. .'She was a good teacher, would 'be missed from Black Swamp, but what would be Black Swamp's loss would be- Grosewold's gain. Handing Miss Woollaston a handsome hot water ket...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARTY CONFERENCES. Liberals FaVor a National Government. Direct Representation at War Conference. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

PARTY CONFERENCES. Liberals FaVor a National Govern ment. Direct Representation at War ?'. Conference. MELBOURNE, Friday. At the tonclu.vio:i ol the paity nieol iuj^s to-day 3!r. Hughes amt Mr. Ciok made statements 'regarding tlie busJie b transacted. Mr. Hughos explained that his party and tlio Liberals bad each agreed that in tlio prencut cireunistances it was de sjrabio that/ a National Gorernmont bo foKu'ed. He had tlicrcforo asked 5tr. Tudor' to attend a ' conference of the three loaders. Mr. Tudor had tusked until Monday to consider the matter. ? ^ - Mr. Cook, uf^or , detailing 'the reso- i lui ion in lavi-r of a- National Govcrii ?neut, .said that a resolution bad also been carried ini'avcr of tlio direct rep resentation of Australia at the Imxx-'i'ial Conference. In the '-opinion of the party, nothing that could bo possibly avoided should gtiind in the way of tlii,s.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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HIGHLAND GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

HIGHLAND GATHERING. dhl» annual gathering or tho Calo ?°$an , Society of Tamworth, which ? sttrv8rS, ^° On 1!-riclav next (Anniver otZ ^v0 Vromi™s to bo a huso sue ^y?- En,Wc3 for the different events ? PetnrTCtotl t0 1)0 a record,, and the k?Z, 6war C'P Competition viirbtt. Keenly contested. A baby competition ' '-o uuen placed on the programme for bwi »'n t0 12 lilonthB old- Boys Have fnn.« H caterpd for with bicycle races, wotrace^ am, ,v ^^ ^.^ bbywUh ?l°5. -race- Entries will be ,-ecelved «n C. V ?f th0 eathorin? tor all events, too' somo oI tl10 evouts bcllie S0UTHBR00K.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Federal Coalition. TO BE FORMED BY COOK AND HUGHES. Laborites Invited to Join. Mr. Tudor Does Not Think his Party Will. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

Federal Coalition. TO BE FORMED BY COOK AND HUGHES. Lahorites Invited to Join. Mr. tu'cloi* Does Not Think hi?. Party Will. 'fiYDNKY. l-Vidav. The Federal Liberal party met- in secret session this morning .and further discussed 'the proposal to form a War Cabinet, comprising the followers of Mr. Hughes and the Liberals. Mr. Cook subsequently saw Mr. Hug lies, who stated ?, the. position arrived at, which was in the form of a resolution. He had summoned the members of his party ; and the resolution was agreed to unarrimously. \\. later message states that the- joint meeting of .the .Ministerial and Liberal parties is being ' held to discuss the political situation. '^Important develop ments are likely. A coalition 'is regar ded, as certain.' ??'? ? Mr. Tudor stated this afternoon, in reply to a question that he had not been officially approached by the leader of either parties in ' connection ; with the proposal to form a National Govern ment, in which three parties would be represen...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS GLEN INNES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

INTER-DISTRICT 'NEWS GLEN INNES. (From our Correspondent). jjaou muuui supplies to the Glen Innes butter factory wero paid over £2000. Mr. H. A. C. Grant, who has been part proprietor of the Glen Innes 'Guar- dian,' has disposed of his interest in that paper, and leaves next week to tako up a position on tho Armidalo i ttf^.\% t»r»»* inin 'J ( Will VlilVjl^, The mining report for New England division, for last year, which :iss been compiled by Mr. perry, mining warden, shows there has been a big increaso in the mineral product as compared with last year. The Emmavillo division was. tlio largest contributor, tho tin yielding £128,406. The committee of the. Glen Innes Joc key Club is well satisfiod with tho en tries for the Anniversary meeting. Had the' meeting nSt clashud with Tamworth 'next' week, no doubt tho nominations would ha,vc been much largpr. Mr. G. Kirkup, 36,. a native of North umberland .(England-), died at the local hospital on Wednesday night, after a lingering illness...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISMAL GERMANY. NATION OF FORCED VEGETARIANS West Army in Disgrace. People Believe Submarines Will Win. War a Starvation Match. LOXDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

DISMAL GERMANY. NATION OF FORCED VEGETARIANS West Army in Disgrace. People Believe^ Submarines Will Win. War a» Starvation Match. (Heuter's Telegram.) LONDON. Thursday. a neutral traveller who recently tour ! oil 12 German cities b:l eves that 'o 1 reserves ot. food exists in the countvy. Although the Germans are gluttonous meat-eaters everybody is looking for ward to supplies of early vegetables. The absence of nutritious food is pro ducing, nwaaie-ciass -critjeism of the. lead ers. ;Even the great. old.- Hindenburg as bitterly abused. I.t is noif'knowa -that Hindenburg re cently returned- from a second visit to. the west front and profoundly impressed the necessity on politicians to secure peace. The- whole west front is a night mare. Whilst the western army is in bad odor owing to its failures, every influ ence social, financial and political is used to prevent the return c.f the men, al though tlio authorities effor superior supplies of food, shorter intervals in the trenches, a...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

THE TUJRF. Splendid entries have been received for the Tamwcrth J.C. meeting on tfiiestJay and Wednesday, and big fields should be the order ot the day The p^ent rain should bo no drawback, but Sther the opposite, and the track | should'be fct its best 'by the nrst day of th'i rnojya. This meetinK shouUr-bo one oitheibest ever hold in Tarn-worth. Eritries close on Monday fo.v the Janu ary' meeting of the Mus-wellhrook Race dub1 on -January 29 . The programme will be the same as th&t of the Decem jer 'meeting, and should attract good fields. ' Mr James, Minister for Education, lias been inquiring into tho' question of cheap Itotafisator m&chin°s, And says that'the 'jam tin tote\' as usedi on country courses 'in Tasmania, would be juijt the thing, for the country -clubs of New South Wales. These machines are worked '.by hand and can be installed at!a cost of about £30. But judging 'by'the'hashthatthe Minister h&s made otftlfo .question so far, it might be as we...

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SPECIAL INDIAN WAR LOANS. LOXDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

SPECIAL INDIAN WAR LOANS. (Heuter's Telegram.) LONDON. Thursday. The Indian omce announces mat it is ra'liiing' a. special war loan in India in 1917 and 1918 for an unlimited amount which will be handed over to Ilie British Government for war purposes.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEAT PAYMENTS. Further Particulars. Certificates Not Yet to Hand. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

, WHEAT PAYMENTS. .: Further Particulars. ' ____ '' Certificates, flot Yet to Hand.. ;Jlt is tmd-erstood that the following decision 'has been uiriwd at jn connect ion -nith the deductions -i,o be mado for. light wheat for ,tho «caw 1910-17. Sound -wheat of shipping quality. Clirondrciinetor Weights. ? lbbpor bus. and over per 'bus. off , 58 ? No reduction. 57 ? No i eduction 5« ? id. 65 ? lid. oil ? aid. I 5» ? ., ? 3J-d. 52 ? did. 51'.' ? jJfi. 50 ? ejd. W ? 71d. 46 ? ; .. .. «ji. Below 481bs per bii&holl down to and including 4-3Lbs per bus. 1/-. Below 4511)5, pui- bushcll ? 1/3. The above deductions only apply ,to iound wheat, and therefore any s-miit ' tipped ivho.it or very -badly bleached I gram, or wheat that is sprouting, must bo stacked separately. , Dccku^e and othci charges will not 'e deducted from tho amount of tho certificate tor advance and' the certifi cate lor vsurplus. . , , 3 lie ceitifioafce i» not transferable. ( 'lieu vendor has completed liis dolu'cr-...

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POLAND MUST FIGHT FOR GERMANY. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

POLAND MUST FIGHT FOR GERMANY. (Renter's Telegram.) . LONDON', Thursday. A Warsaw correspondent states the Ctvmcl] of the State of Poland has issued a proclamation stating that it is neces sary to create a large Polish army ready l-o iight for us. Such air 'army: represents the princi pal condition of an independent State.

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RUSSIAN ASSURANCES. New Premier Loyal to Allies. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

RUSSIAN ASSURANCES. New Premier Loyal to Allies. / (Heuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Thursday. me new missian ..premier toiegrapneu tssurinig ilr. Lloyd George c.f the loyal co-operation which; would be rendered moro intimate by the Anglo-Russian union, ensuring tlie triumph and honor of right. Mr. Lloyd George replied that he was iiappy to feel that he could rely e.n the Premier's support.

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RAINFALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

RAINFALLS. , _Tko f '1~f)\y\ug falls were rugiui'ruil hi ih© JViw:li and North AVcvt. up to 9 a.m. vws»uerUay mcruii-{t: Tiiniworih 27. Man illa -o, l)ji-rabiL Jo. Bingara. 20. AVurial da. L(i, Vctinau J2. lioggabilla !1, Jjuu darra 03. IJjiideuujcr oO', Xundle 103, (iunucduli 110. Mog.go.bri 73. AVerria Crock -'?---, AjiTidale 10, Quirlmli 17, jfo roi- Ho .AVee AVna 715 , Wai get I 98. Jiv\ Jatta. -IS. ' Millio Go, Narrabri 94/ Pilliga 73; 07-ui'ton 110; JJungiudi 101, Gkn : Innes 2. ? . ? . II. win, sf.ll raiuMijt at all ilwte places- I willi . th-o exception of Binyara. Uotr^ii I oIHa Oraftoa, uctl Glen luuea.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY'S "GOD" GIVES A HINT. Sink Australian and Indian Wheat Ships. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

GERMANY'S 'GOD' GIVES A HINT. Sink Australian and Indian Wheat Ships. (lleuter's .Telegram.) LONDON, Thursday. JieiT iiossicKe, a mender ot tue Ueicu stag, fin a speech, said: Our dear God nas given us a hint. lie has caused a bad world harvest 'to starve England ; but if we do.n't prevent tilie Australian and Indian wheatships from reaching- Kng and the Almighty will not give us ano ther such opportunity; so let us beize his outstretched . hand aud sink the wheat ships.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAIN AT BUNDARRA. BUNDARRA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

: ' BAIN AT BUNDARRA. ' '' ?:? ' V,USDMK\l\. Friday.' As th« 1-es.ulfc of ilie stouns yrstorany 53 points of Tain fill which i\a-f i'oilowc'J by ybwidy v»iii tjfi-day. 77 paints liu'u;,' recorded' fytill Jivo o'clock. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHAT OF THE GERMAN COLONIES? South Africa Wants Answer. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

WHAT OF THE GERMAN COLONIES? South Africa Wants Answer. (Jiculcr's Telegram.) LONDON', Thursday. J here are strong comments in bouth Atrica that no reference was made to the German colonies in the Allies' reply to President ' Wilson. It 'is understood, the question will be decided at the Imperial Conference . 4 The Cape 'Times'' says: The Domin ions w-iu, consent to uieir restoration only if the war situation leaves them practically no , alternative. Even then the consent will be reluctant, ft would be folly to gratuitously, re-establish the German menace to demonstrate Britain's uuacquisitiveness .

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RAIN IN NORTH-WEST. NARRABRI, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

RAIN IN NORTH-WEST. NAUltABHI, Friday. ? Niuc-ty-four yoiuts of rain fell, last night. ' *TUe rain -is still falling. SYDNEY. Kri^.v. Melbourne this afternoon registered 100. L' in the shade.

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