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WHY GREECE BACKED DOWN. Kindenburg Could Not Send Army. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

WHY GREECE- BACKED DOWN. Hintlcnburg Could Not Send Army. (It culer's Telegram.) ' LONDON', Thursday. — Paris newspapers attribute the Greek acceptance of the Alines' demands to Hiudenburg's inability to send reinforce ments to the Balkans dn view of the ac tiwty of the Russians and the praba bility of an Allied offensive. I j,ii& nuuiutuiiHji. pcsiuon nas consiaer ably improved. The Foreign QtUce says there is no news of the reported arrival of F'alken hayn in Greece. An Athens message states all the a.r i-et£6d Venizelists have been released.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE TELEGRAMS. FIGHT IN COURT. Solicitors, Fhied for Contempt. One Called the Other a Liar. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. FIGHT IN COURT. \ 1 Solicitors, Ftiicu for Contempt. One Called ihc Other a Liar; SYDXFA'. Friday. ia me .Mciuourne uis'.rict court to day two solicitors .came to' blows. . Mr. Mark Lazarus, during the hearing oi' a case in which he was appearing, said suddenly.- that he. would, allow in o man to call him a liar, lie invited tjhe opposing counsel, Mr. Manchester, to :au mm a liar again. The invitation vns accepted and Mr. Lazarus gave Mr. Manchester a blow on the head, knocking him against tie table. | The court officials separated the meii], who were each fined £2 for contemlpt of court.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUSSIANS ATTACKING STRONGLY. Penetrate German Position. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

RUSSIANS ATTACKING STRONGLY. Penetrate German Position. (Keutci-'s Telegram.') LONDON. Thursday. -:v uussiau wireless reports: We ar rested attempts ? at the offensive south ward of Cituz. The Roumanians repuls ed the Germans southward of Monostrika and surrounded the height south-west ot Pralea, taking many prisoners. A German official says: The Russians itibbUKiug in ven ioiu superior numo.ers penetrated our advanced poistioii at Crashin, but were driven out. It adas: -A strong Russian attack south of the Ouituz Koad was repulsed. The Russians are boinbardinig. , Tulcea ? and Isaccea.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT ENOUGH WATTLE BARK. Tanners Ask for Abolition of Duty. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

NOT ENOUGH WATTLE BARK. Tanners Ask for Abolition of Duty. SYDNEY, IViduv. tor Tanners' Association of Australia told the Minister lor Customs that the sui'ply of wattle bark in the Gorambn vc-i.l'th was insufficient to meet the re quirements of the industry. They asked for the abolition of the thirty per cent. .duty. [ Mr. Archibald promised to place the representations before the Cabinet. He ?oc.ognised . that the industry played an important part '.in' .supplying''' .the wiar requirements of Britain and her Allies. For this reason' he was sympathetically 'inclined towards it. I ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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PEEL SHIRE. WORK FOR TRIENNIAL PERIOD. Dissatisfied Ratepayers. Councillors Defend Their Record. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

PEEL SHIRE. WORK FOR TRIENNIAL PERIOD. Dissatisfied .Ratepayers. Councillors Defend Their Record. The Prel Shir© Council met for the In-st timo in the Triennial period on Fii day, and bho Pioiidoiib ami C-ciineillois book bho oitportuniby to- defend tlioii bln-po yc'ir'a record. ,'ri;o JTrekfcnb (Or. T. I'liiHiiw), read bho jollowinir minulo: Tliis iboios tlio' fin.il moclinj? of iny borin of office as Prosidciii . I tako tho opportimity. t,T c:cprc.'o my ai-j:reciabion for tlio consideration slxown me by all thu Cci'nci|Jor&. O»i aocapting tlio. --f- fico ol Piosiflonl T pj-presrort .n doubt bhab Iho I'uited biiuo at iin.y_ disposal to mobher wibh thn 'Iot-t distpiu-i ssei-;n-at- ing: mo from tho , Sliiro Hw-dquarbcira. would militalo agninst, my .cim-yinpf out fho duties .in a bhoiough mcniier T psj»reb to piy th:s lias been to rnme ex trnb realisrd. Tlowevoa- with blip very 'smm-ous assiplnpop Ypnjlprod' mej liy Cr. Pock witlii the diiticc ooourinp*fr6m tinie lo ti'inoi a...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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THE ARROW THAT FLIETH (COPYRIGHT.) [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

THE ARROW THAT FliIETH BY , '' GUY THORNE, iuthor df 'Mantrap Manor,' 'When it Was Dark,' 'Made in His Image,' 'First -It Was Ordained,' 'A Lost Cause.' &c., &o (COPYRIGHT.) 'Tliis man,' Ballina continued, 'is associated with people -wUioin I have reason to' believe aro meditating- soine Mnspiraey of grave import, df the lature of which I can only guess, and srhieh quite uniwibtingly I and a partner, -f mine in a commercial enterprise .vhicli wo control have become more' or less involved. This man hag something U- tell me and imploi-ed me w'hen -he ?ecogniibcd me after the accident, for he had seen me before in ,Engl'and, t« 'wing him to wlherever I was staying, ind n.ot to take him b'ack to the ho.use Ciiom which he emerged, apparently in a jreat hurry, a few moments before the accident. He 'promised me that he .wmld give me certain information ivhMi I_much desired 'to have.' 'T,hc Lung- Arno,' said the doctor r;houghbFulIy. Then he locked up quick 'y at his host. '...

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

.„ T^-i ' ? 1 ? 1 — ? - CASUAL CQLUMN 4 .ADVERTISEMENTS accompanied by '? cash for this column are inserted att'; ,,,'th.e rate df 18 words'Tor 1/,* and $d ' ,'fbr each additional 9 words, or part, thereof. An additional charge of 6u ? is mado for booking. -; ? WANTED. - ? . ?WANTED.— Good Woman Cook. Apply, - ',{wlth reference to Mrs. ,IJivison, Ohio, ?'l Walcha. ., , , , WANTED.— At the -New England ? Girls' i] - ' School, Armidalo, Two Housemaids. \ Apply, wlth_references_to _tho Jlatroi. ' ? .WANTED.— A Womanjas-CobK7~Applyn Mrj^ J}#; R. Gill, Emu Creek', Walclia. ' WANTED.— Clean Wheat Farm to work , on, shares, good plant- Apply by let- i te'r, Farmer, This Office. |] ? , WANTEDT^A Smart Junior^ witiTa jcty'pje' of years' exipesrience, for the i$tanc.hoster and Dress Departments. t.'Ai»ply to, 'Charles Regan Limited. \V^NTpD^Dalry~Farming on ?? Shares. Apply, A.B.C., This 'Office. WANTED. — Quote~~for 50 or 60 Tons,, of I Prime Wlieaton,. Chaff, delivered dn, flj^rtept railway...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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DEALING WITH THE MOSQUITO PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

DEALING WITH THE MOSO.UITO PLAGUE. -.The campaign commenced by the Board oi1 Health against the inooquito league, fchould receive the earnest con sidcraticu of ' every inland municipality and slrlte. Dr. Paten, Director-General of Public Health, bats ju^t issued a liiunnh'Ip.t. rlmlnis- -with the destruction of this -widespread summer pest, and a. regulation has been .Trained under the Local Government Act empowering every 'municipality to apply the terms of an ordinance approved oi' by the Jioard of Health. lUh quite clear, from llio uiljrniaiiou -supplied by Dr. Paten1 that (he uiu&quilo can .be suppressed wHh'uul juuch trouble and expense, in every country town during the loug summer the nigiu-s are wade iulo'lei-able by these 'buzzing, biting- insects. Some places- iire worse oil than others. Taiu ' wort'ii for instance is a particularly bad mosquito- cen.tre. No doubt there is hardly a. 'town in Hie north and north weit lliat Ujcs njl s-uaer scvere'iy ironi (his plague....

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. . Hot and sultry, more rain and thun- ? tlcrstorms: N. winds; cool S. change slfortly in the far S.W. THE DAILY OBSERVER. SATURDAY. JANUARY 20, 1917.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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TAMWORTH LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

TAMWORTH. LADIES' BENEVOLENT ' 'SOCIETY. 1 Tho -usual meeting of the abovo so ciety -was lield iii the Presbyterian School Hail on Thursday, January 11th, 1917 Present, : Sirs. Fletcher. Vice-President, 111 chair), .IMcsdaiiKs Beck, Landers, Ohapnviiik Qhoklrtun, Newman, Grtten J. K. Walker, and secretary, Mrs. Bntz An apology was received from Mrs John son. Tlio visitors. jMcrdames Fletcher and ShoLieLon, reported having visited the Cctlago lloilies All tlio inmates -were I quito .woil. j Tlie secretary reported having granted li-liof in bhreq fresh cases. It -ras d-scided bhat relief bo conbin ued, oil the motion of Airs. Newman mc and Mrs. Beck. Mrs. (Britx reported Lhc resignation of M:ss Hibehinga irom 'the committee. Tho rcoigiiation was accepted with rcgiVt. X\s. Blorniieid van elected to the vac ancy on the motion of Mrs,. Shokleion. sec,, and Mrs. Walker. Visilc-j/s for incomng- forbnight are Mesdairf& Ada'ns and Ba'jkhou&e.. Ab a special iivje-t-ins hold on...

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STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

STOCK MOVEMENTS. 46 Rams, Manilla to Walcha Road: C. W. Coote, owner, per rail. 38G0 Ewes, 98 Rams, Quirindi to Hay: I J.- L. Holland, owner; p. Couglilln in charge. ' 400 Bwci3, Quirindi to .Tcridgorie: W Burns, owner: J. Considine in charge I 257 Wethors, Worris Creole to Flem-1 ington: C. II. and B. Doyle, owners, per rail. . , , 241 Lambs, Qu'ipolly to Burilda: R. F. DoyJc, owner, and in charge. (51 Mixed Cattle, Somorton to Gunno dah: G. R. Urquhart, owner; II. Grim wood in charge. 12 Cows, 2 Calves, Taimvortii to Woo lornin: R. lloran, owner; M. lHhz in charge. 2G0 .Bwes, Dungowan to Tamv/orth: II. M. Barnes, owner; C. AJ-re in charge. 2?, Mixed Cattle, Mossvale to Manilla : S. ;G. Roberts, owner; H, O'Mullane in charge. 240 Wethers, Borah Crossing to Yar raimaWbullo: J. V. Thorn, owner; G. Thom in charge. 200 Wetheers, Manilla to Upper Man illa: E. O. T. Bowman', -owner; H. O'Mul lane in charge. 300 Mixed Sheep, Manilla to Tam worth: C. Berry, owner; H. O'Mullane in charge. 4...

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Venizelists Released. ATHENS, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

Venizelists Released. (Published, in 'The Times. '( ATHENS, Fridav. une hundred and sixty Venizelists were released in, a body and driven off i in motor cars. There were no demon strations, the Chief of^ Police, guaran- . toeing flieir security.' ?

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GERMANS EVACUATE POSITION. Result of Strong British Attacks. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

GERMANS EVACUATE POSITION. Result of Strong British Attacks.. (Keuter'b Telegram.) LONDON, Thursday. iiiu: vycuiiiuitui. xitius in me snow yes terday were interesting because the as sailants wero in proper battle order. The Germans were expecting the attack and their resistance was theiai'.r measure of their powers of defence. The enemy surrendered freely. Their Icssos wore A French communique s&ys: After a heavy bombardment the enemy made a series of . reconnaisances - at Hois des Chevaliers on the heights o£ the Mouse which were repulsed with loss. The Germans officially report that they evacuated an advanced positi.on at Serrc, but added the British attacking ? there yesterday sustained 'heavy losses.

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Germans Quitting Braila. PETROGRAD, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

Germans Quitting Braila. j ' (United Service). PETKOGRAD. Fridav. The cuemy is evacuating Vraila,- llio recently captured RoiuiiTTiRan wheat centre.

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GENERAL WAR CABLES. NEW SUBMARINE WAR. Germans Claim Heavy Toll. Hardships of Crews. Hun People Favor Greater Ruthlessness LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

GENERAL WAR CABLES. ' ? O' ? — — J ?? I NEW SUBMARINE WAR. i Germans Claim Heavy Toll. i ? Hardships of Crews. ' \ Hun People Favor Greater Ruthlcssncss i (Heuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Tlwrsdav. j\.u -. 'Amsterdam ' messag.e ? says a re turned submarine claims to have sunk IC vessels, of a total tonnage of 36,000. Stockholm reports that 200 were lost when the steamer Skifed was torpodoed in the Gulf c.f Bothnia-. A steamer landed 84 members of the urews oi wo sumoarinett steamers ?Aucli- encrag and Kinpurney (British.)., and Omsk (Danish). Four of the Auolien crag's crew were drowned. The steam er was forced to throw over the cargo and follow the submarine for four days. Demonstrations . in favor *c.f a more ruthless' submarine campaign arc be coming widespread in Germany. A large number of additional steamers of .various ' nationalities' are reported missing at Lloyds.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest War Items. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

Latest War Items. (Published in 'Tlie Times.') LONDON, Friday. me siiiKings are reported ot tlie Bri tish steamers Manchester, inventor and Wragby. ~ | t . The Australian Government's conspir acy action against Graban, 'cx-chainuan of; the Haigs Graban Company was ad journed, pending Graban's action for damages against Handel Booth, who is no wchainiKi'n of the Company. France initiates daylight saving on February 15. The annual meeting of tlio bar over wholmingly rejected a motion for wo men barristers. (United ?' Service). Unmarrieds ' -under twenty -six haie been released froni_jrr. Fisher's staff. ;Harry Lajider has taken up £50,000 in the AA'ar Loan.' (Renter's Telegram). Republican Kepreseiilativc Dodeiiburg, of Illinois, introduced a resolution, de signed' to make illegal the purchase ot Government supplies from foreign firms, especially for the army and navy., This is aimed at Hadfield's contract. The debate was deferred. The Canadian Government is plan ning to operate the c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NARRABRI LABOR BREAK-AWAY. New L[?]e Formed. Why Mr. Black was Expelled. NARRABRI, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

NARRABRI LABOR BREAK-AWAY. New Lc Me Formed. Why Mr. Black was Expelled. ? NARRABRI, Friday. J-ast night .Mr. O'lirien, yice-presideut of the P.L.L. executive, formed a new branch of the P.L.L. here. The bra.ucii was formed with 7j members. The offi cers are: Messrs. AV. J. Anderson (pre sident), AV. Allison (secretary), T. Quiim (treasurer), committee, Messrs. Page, W. Ciuiui. I'ullon G. and AV. Parker AV. New combe. In addressing the 'eague Mr. O'Brien dealt with 'the misunderstanding which possibly led to the break taway from the old league. He explained that under rule 6 Mr. Cameron, whoso nomination had been endorsed by the executive, was ((ualilied to stand for selection aud. was uot ineligible as contended by Secretary Curroy, . The speaker also pointed out that Mr, Black's expulsion was occasioned by hia action in voting for the prolongation 'of Parliament when' the caucus' ! decided against it. Mr. Black had signed a pledge to abide, by majority rule in tlio caucus. AAHien ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Moewe Again Loose. MONTH'S SHIPPING LOSSES TWENTY MILLION DOLLARS. RIO JANIERO, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

Moewe Again Loose. MONTH'S SHIPPING LOSSES TWENTY MILLION DOLLARS. Uveulers Telegram).1 RIO JANIERO, Friday. U is. consioerou almost certain here | that the .German sea raider, which has I created havoc among- Entente shipping in tlie South Atlantic, is the Moewe, which captured the Appaiu and sank numerous ships in the Atlantic a year ago. ' ?? -?(. The total losses of ships and cargoes' in the past month arc estimated at twenty million dollars.

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GANG OF FETTLERS RUN DOWN. Caught in Woy Woy Tunnel. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

GANG OF FETTLERS RUN DOWN. Caught in Woy Woy Tunnel.. SYDNEY Fridav. -A sang- of fettlers were run down by a train in the tunnel near 'SVoy AVoy, yesterday. One J'uyus Christiansen was killed al most instantaneously, while another was slightly injured. The others es caped. The accident was due to the victims mistaking which rails the train was tra velling on. '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Compulsory War Loan. IF VOLUNTARY DOES NOT SUCCEED. GLASGOW, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 20 January 1917

Compulsory War Loan. IF VOLUNTARY DOES NOT SUCCEED. (Published in 'The Times.') . GLASGOW, Friday. At a war loan meeting Mr. Bonar Law referring to his Guild Hall state ment that there ' were other ways of obtaining money said a State which had asked its citizens to risk thoir lives would not hesitate to make any other call, hut he was sure a voluntary loan would succeed.

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