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WHAT THE HUN IS DESTROYING. Valuable British Cargoes. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

WHAT THE HUN IS DESTROYING. Valuable British Cargoes.. - (Keillor's Telegram.) . :LOS!DO-r. R.-itiii-rl.-.v/ A 'German official message says: The cargoes of the vessels captured by the auxiliary cruiser in the Atlantic includ ed 6000 tons of wheat, 2000 tons of flour, ancl 1900 horses. The JYarrowdale's cargo included 117 motor lorries, 6300 cases of rifl.e car tridges, 30.000 reels of barked 'wire, 33C0 tons of steel; bars, and much meat, bacon and sausages. c

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
URALLA WEDDING. Seckold-Leamon. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

' URALLA WEDDING. , ( Seckold-Leamon. A ^rettv wpprl-3i*ip; iris * pplebratpf1 :-t tho Chun*, of Kengc'io-nd. Uvnila. o- Wnfi 'n^orTiv '!»ft'irT'Nnn.' .when 'Mr. Hu'''!! Serkhnid' of M^Ryfi-eTji. 'only, Wi of M'r. nn'l ^Vrs C. &°*koTd r-{ Walclin. ni-l JUi-v: Be' th' Mildred Tiean^on donqhter if Mr ,J. T^e-TnioTi, Shire Olerlr TJra1!'' irprs the contractiiitr -n'aities. The br'do who ?i'Ti-a -vivfiTi atray ilw Iiot father', wnp att'^tidcid1 bv her 'two little sixers iJ«in ?'ikT, Tw. 'tis .Iw'f'lpjn.nids. anoVMv. I/fnTn on ]vt.. was bo«+. man. A' the Tnide oi+cireri fhp- fi'urpli thp oiio'r rp^dpvp^ 'Tlie ^o'V^d tint' Breathed o'er T5'7«'».' H't. T1'. 'H. ^l-nmii'm1 was the offioint'jT^ mjuistfji'.' After tlie ceremony an ad imirnn'n«-f i'.ni afd1* to tli« hv'fle'« v\r ot-+ s vesidfnee, where thr breakfast was 'mlcl-in-*' Ini'ae mirmip^ in , 'their trTrr1c« An-.' M-wl ATv? Rofklnif1! rf----wnrds loft on tlie'r honovmcon for S-^dney Thov rooeived n Ijii-rp number of useful and...

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BELIEVED TO BE ESCAPED TINTO. Warships Searching for Commerce Destroyer. Capture Expected Soon. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

BELIEVED TO BE 'ESCAPED THVTO Warships Searching for Commerce Dej.troyer. Capture Expected Soon. ' (Keillor's Telegram.) .' LONDON. Saturday. it is now recalled tliat a month ago the Chilian German-owned' barque Tinto, of 477 tons,' escaped from the little port- of Calbuco,' in Chili, after loading a con siderable supply of provisions and live stock. It was then suspected that she was intended for nrivat.p.nrlnir The raider is stated to be a vessel, of the Aloewe type. It is now known that the British steamer St. Theodore was converted by ' the Germans into a com merce raider. « A despatch to the 'U.S. State Depart ment from Rio dc Janeiro says that the St. Theodore is now armed with two guns, and is' maimed by a German crew. The vesb'ol displaces 4902 tons.

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THREE GERMAN RAIDERS. BELIEVED TO BE DESTROYING COMMERCE. Captured Prizes Utilised. Brazil Guarding Against Coastal Bases. (Published in "The Times.") LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

THREE GERMAN RAIDERS. — , ? _ ? ' BELIEVED TO BE DESTROYING COMMERCE. . ? Captured Prizes. Utilised. Brazil Guarding Agninst Coastal Bases. (Pu'blUicd iu'The Times.') i .nvnnv a»i ,...n.... New York and Washington despatch es to the 'Times' say information is at hand indicating , that there arc th.-se German raiders destroying commerce. It is .believed one (German raider pierced the 'blockade, carrying several outfits of armament which wore tiaiis terred to captured prizes, probaoly 11. e Theodore and1 the, Yarrowdale, which the British Admiralty reports are aris ing. ' ' -' - . Rio Junei.ro despatches report that portion of the. -Brazilian navy is manoeu vring off ,the coast to prevent raiders from iisinpf LBrazilian territory as a base of operations. »!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

' , ; , , BUSINESS NOTICES. lit ''li:'^? . soc-EYr. a * ready t'o 'son'' sP.iijr!ii.'!i-Hu the tin. Thoii--j. no wi«t' Ask your Grocer for Vn- now ^ i ,/ , mon Ste.il; ' TkK SCIKMWi' SASiTKO'S' 'TBtlS i COOK BOOK cdiiliii. di/'M-T T; of-dnnfy rr-eli-r~ ??fur- «:« nni; I .3?-p!U W^na^Six-Uoyc Salmon, i 'Jijlitltl.y anil lnorniei'^jv rl^F ' * ( \«enU--fpr if. FRA P'.CClPY - * ? ' 'Mail the Coupon bfln«, anil ? the book will -5f- ni.-waid at '. ? earliest t The T'J opi letoi s, ' Scroll Salmnn - ' i . 41-30 Claxcnce-stie't, ; C ^- — '— ~^L ? ' S/dnoy. ' y. ' ' ' i ?.OBE2»£L '' \ - , SOUTHBRGOK. ~' ''? BUSINESS- NOT. JES. IIjMKZBl Healed by Cuticujra Trial Free 'I was suffering from eczema for about six weeks. It bioke oui on my nctk and ears M tirsi ,ir was red and ' s-,aiy and was itrnbly lichy.1' When?X fitfi s'.artcd i-; sciStch u ierupnons Jcrriicd J liad id keop-my face covered as'it was terrible m look at. '1 saw the Cuticura 'advertisement and wrote for a sample oli Cuticura ,bf...

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EXPLOSION IN LONDON MUNITIONS FACTORY. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

EXPLOSION IN LONDON MUNITIONS FACTORY. ( K oirl er'h Tolegrn m. ) LOXDON'. Saturday.. It is officially stated that there was an explosion in a munitions factory in tlie neighborhood of London in the eevning. It is feared there was considerable loss of Jlfe and damage.

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GLEN INNES WEDDING. Collins-O'Connor. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

GLEN INNES WEDDING. Collins-O'Connor. / ?On .Wednesday afternoon ^says the 'Cflon. Indies Guardian,' ), ?.t' Holy Trinity Churcl). tlio wedding Avas celebrated bv tho llov., IVii Barotow, of lCdw'ard 'Ru'p'erfc second youngest son of Mr. and Mis. _ Alexander Collins, of Sydney, and Mary' li,-on:e -F3onmc)j yoiuiges-fc dar.glitter of tho latb H. A. '!-. alid' Mrs. O'Connor, Mal icAv, Glon Inn cs.' Tlie' bride, -Vho wao i£iven atekv bV'her brother. Mr. W. 15 . 35. ' O'Cojincv, ' yor© her -bravellingi ccs 'tVi-me of Aredcte^-odd bltio crepe-de-ehine, witli a silver grey hat. lined with, pale pink. SW oan-i-cd a 'sheaf of ' pink hea tTi-?ir, irnicli. ivixh' n diamond ring, «w fclio gifts of the hridegroom. Thb hrido wa« attended by her 'siiter, Mifte Kilcen O'Connor and her little nieos Mia? E.Bei tv Li.Viill. lTh.B_ ; f armor wore 'ft, gpry, molo or(*rv« Me. olloh©^ co?tiiinei. with tou clieso -fired, and earned a1 lod and white i-bsr-yf — thi irep;fcn|8r.itnl icolors of the bridegi-oo...

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FURTHER PEACE EFFORTS HORELESS. (Published in "The Times.") NEW YORK, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

FURTHER PEACE EFFORTS HOPE-, ? LESS. (Published in 'The Times.') \ NEW YORK, Saturday! Americans are limpressekl iwith Mr. Balfour's uncompromlsiiiR tone, which Is expected to make Pr.es'ident Wilson real ise the hopelessness of further peaeo ef forts,

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ON THE WESTERN FRONT. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

ON THE WESTERN FRONT. (Hunter's Telegram.). LONDON. Saturday., Field Marshal 1-Iaig reports: we dis persed enemy working- parties in the I Ancre area and shelled positions in the i neighborhood of the La Basseo , canal satisfactorily. , , ? ? A French communique says: There is reciprocal a.rtilleryiug in 'tho sectors east of Suberive, Hill 304, and Lascham brette.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

l'mrCASlIAL.'C(^Ogf_ ADVERTISEMENTS accom'])an~ied T)y , cash for this column arc' inserted tit ?the rato ot 18 iwordo for 1/, and Gd for each additional ? 9 -words, or part thereof. An additional charge of W is made for booking. ' ?*? ?? I ,, '/?, - ? ,i- y/ANTED.- .. . . .WANTEDT^^oIjcI VVomaif 'Goolc! AppIjT -with reference , to , Mrs. Nivisonj Ohio, Walcha: ' ' ^ ? ' ' - WANTEDT=-Xt the' Nffw 'England Girls7 School, Armidale, Two Ilousemaids. A'pply, with' references to tii'e Matro-i. WANTED. — A Woman as Cook. Apply, Mrs. G. R. Gill,_Emu Creek, Walcha. WANTED.— Dairy FarmIne~on~Sliares. Apply, A.B.C., This Office. _ VVANTED7-;:;?A''Cook~G'oneral7 No waslf ing or ironing. Apply, Aubrey A, l^iCohon, Dentist, Peel-strcot. WAl^TED.^By'lUiarried Maiv~'onrp7oy oment on Station or Farm. Apply, J., ? 'Observer' Office. ; __ ^ WiANTED^A 1 Io'uicmaid ' WaitressT Apply to Mrs. W.- J. Coyne, Carthagc strcet. '-? ' '? J WANTED'T^Man of Woman' Cool~ Fe'l- ruar.y. Adamson;_Nniiiingha. ? _! ? ...

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GERMAN PROGRESS IN ROUMANIA. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

GERMAN PROGRESS |S R0UMANIA. (Renter's Telegram.) ' ' ' LONDON, Saturday., A wireless German official says: Rou manian desperate attacks ne.rth.ward of the -Susita valley were iive times san guinarily repulsed. 'We to»k pWsoucr .400. iMackenseu has captured Manesti, on the Sereth, de spite .the snowstorms.

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THE ARROW THAT FLIETH CHAPTER IX.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

THE AREOW THAT FLIETH - ? —? ? «?- ? r~ ' BY ? . ' ? ? ; GUY THORNE, Author of 'Mantrap Manor,' 'When it ? Wasi'Dark,' 'Made in) His Image,'', .'First It -Was Ordained,'' 'A Lost Cause,' &o., &e , (COPYRIGHT.)1 CHAPTER IX;-— Continiied. 'And probatoly you never will again,' Lord Ballina lanswered. . 'I must tell /on .that, together with -a' friend, I am 1 proprietor of a motor .works in Lon lon. It is a successful enterprise and re turn out eu good many cars yearly. lHio designs for t'his ca-r, which 'has ,ome unique features, were brought *to ne iby a certain man some months ago.., ?he reabcn for a deviation from the' '?orrnial pattern was .not divulged, but'it nis no business' of ours, and a«i th'e Di'ice offered m-as very' high, we made -he car. Tt wlas delivered to tne pepple rho boug'ht it, and this Italian wh'01 lies iero now was actually the person 'who Irove it away from my .works m West*-1 onnstcr. Since ithen .many strange ivent's 'have occurred, which I ne...

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GREEK SITUATION IMPROVING. Allies More Satisfied. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

GREEK SITUATION IMPROVING. Allies More Satisfied. (1{oiiIim''k Telegram.) LONDON. Saturday., Keillor's correspondent at Athens re ports that the situation is improving j daily. Negotiations' in . , regard to the application of the Entente's demands bosran yesterday. The rowd'.esN are ac cepting the situation with 'good grace, and are bowing to the Kinc's decision. Keuter learns that the Allies arc. thor- oughly satisfied \vilh the present atti tude of the Greek Governenrtnt. , .'If it. continues to loyally carry out the re mainder of the obliasatio-is it has under taken a speedy return to normal rela tions wW.li the Entente may be expected.

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THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

THE WEATHER. _ ? — ? . ? . LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. i More rain and thunderstorms chiefly dVcr tf-c northern half; sultry generally, THE DAILY OBSERVER. ' MONDAY.' JAX'UAHY 22, 1917.

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GERMAN TRUTH-TELLER. "Stabbing the Nation in the Back." AMSTERDAM, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

GERMAN TRUTH-TELLER. 'Stabbing the Nation in the Back.' (Router's Telegram.) ? iMWTEROAJf, Sta inday The Berlin 'Cologne Gazette' m a wrathful article headed 'Unanimity' d':?closes a remarkable .protest from Hoffmann,, of .the Socialist minority party, in Thursday's Prussian Diet de bate, which has not appeared , in the newspapers. ? ' Evidently Hottmann accepted the Al lies' statements as proof of 'the German guilt of deliberate aggression; where-' upon the 'Cologne Gazette' described. Hoffmann as making &. daring abuse fffi* his privileges as the people's representa tive to stab the nation in the back in the hour of peril. /,

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GERMANY'S LAST PLAN TO WIN THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

GERMANY'S LAST PLAN TO WIN THE WAR. Uormuny ,ia concentrating i-ractiejilly every atom ol lici' hhipbui.ldi.iig capacity on u-oustnK't'i'UiJ ? oi' bupcr-sulmiarines. Tier uiuiu plun.uf campaign I'or the win icr eons'iR'ta of .-tarviug- Britain into sin Ig'iwminjoui ' peace by, U-boai warfare. Jl'i-1 not a .new plan, butjt^vus uovcv .su- i'orvciit'iy cbcri-ihed ivo at the pro - edit' hour. ' To that, eird her iniiiuuor abXcdockvuixlrf. Guvcnimout unU private' imd all' auxiliary iiulifotrico. are apply . ing tliciu&clvus to illiu turning' out, oi submarines: ,ut* Wio most powerful type id the rapidest po^ible rale. Ksliublc iiii'ormutiou ha* beer. g'uLh orod -by Frederick William Wile, late 'Daily ATuif correnpoudci-l in Bcrliij, th'al super. U-'boal« a.re being commis sioned' aondy for -eu. at the late ui two to lliree a week. They aie exclu sively oi' the type capable ol ocean- i Wide radius of 'action mid Jilted with torpedo -lube;, of the largest calibre. lu.1 general cons...

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INVASION OF SWITZERLAND. New German Offensive Expected. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

INVASION OF SWITZERLAND. New German Offensive Expected? (Reuter's Telegram.) LONDON. Saliuday.. , Major Moraht, wriwng in the Berlin ?'Tageblatt,' states that a French offen sive is expected to be made from Bel fort. He adds that Gorman precautions will result in General Poch butting his head against a brick .wall. M. Marcel Hutin, writing in the 'Echo dc Paris' and commenting , upon Major Jtoraht's assertion, states that it is a fact that Germany has especially stren gthened 'her -effectives and materials along the Swiss frontier and in Alsace. He inquires why the Germans have con structed a strategic railway to Basle (on the Swiss, frontier), costing .15,000, 000 marks (a-bout £600,000).

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LATE TELEGRAMS. RAILWAY COLLISION. Broken Hill Express and Goods Train. 35 People Injured. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. RAILWAY COLLISION. Broken Hill Express and' Goods Train. I 35' People Injured. SVIIWV Wiiiwl.i, A sensational railway collision occur red at Stockport, 50 miles from Adelaide. The Broken Hill express, which left tlic ei!y at 4.50 on Friday afternoon, collid ed With a goods train at that-station at1 ii.45. So far as can be ascertained 35 people were injured', some seriously, but no deaths have been reported yet. The engines interlocked, and several cavriages were smashed. . - - It is slated that the accident was caused through the passenger train run ning on the wrong line. It is oCVsvcd that the engine jumped the points. 1 The noise of the impact was heard a considerable distance. Most of the passengers are suffering from shock. The injured were conveyed J-y a relief train to Hamley Bridge Hos pital. Others wailed at the station, and will continue their journey at the first opportunity. The townspeople attend- I ed to their comforts, and provided thcni.j vvit'.i refr...

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SATURDAY'S RACING RANDWICK RAGES. Colugo Wins Centenary Stakes. Wedding Day the Challenge. First Principle the Welter. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

SATURDAY'S KACING RANDWICK RACES. Ooiugo Wins Centenary .'Stakes: '.Veddiiwj Day thc.Chaircnge.' ' First Principle the Welter. ^ SYDNEY, Sunday. ia?, waatJier was very Jiot for the ppou.mgj.day of t-lie Auniveisni-, moel 'i« tmt tlie attendance was lar«e Re-' &U11.9: : , ' ,r ,nTJWAr; FANBIOAP,, 1 n,,le. \v. P. Nrowlan,'s .}jh-0 Satin Diixl, 3 I yoars.faS, (Wood) ? ] ». M. Hoii'ncsy'o oh m, Cbrino '-l I years. 8.5, (Dobic) ... ' 2 blik -:, 7-almito, 3 yrs, 7 5, al. 7 'lbs.. (G. Baa-den) ? 3 ?Qyioi- startws: Dav© 'Whitton 8.10 ?-n?' ^IJj'8-10- I'''*™ 8.5. LinosMiuwn 1. 12; Willoma 7.9, Promised Land' 7.5, '- Pottmcc: 5 to 2 l)av-, 'WHiitton, 3 to ] bafan Bird or'Oar.ino, 8 to 1 Kpnvomo Wn%° 1-B'iy Illnn- 12 to 1 l'nlmitio 15' to' 20 to 1 ofcHors. ^- 'As't.ho ffeld'-gofc nway, Sa tin Bird Pi-omisefl'-LniKl and 'DavV Whitk-ii ivcre fffiia'rt^ifc «(T, passim; tlio & furlongs Pj-omi*ied-'T,Hudi heTrl a Icrestl) load frrfn Satan Bird,' Palmitic. 'Pavo Wliittcm, and 1/mesni...

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PEEL SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 22 January 1917

. PEEL SHIRE COUNCIL. ? «rKie ordinary monthly meeting of the Peel Shire Council was held &.t the, Shire Office on. Friday. Present:, Councillors Phillips (president), reek, Smith, 'Cain p beW'Do.iialdS0'1' aTl(1 Scott. ? ( ?»Tfte presidents minute' and. the .clerk's repbrt -of the three years' work appear ed under separate heading. The inspectors of siaugnter yards ai Werris Creek and Cun'abubula reported thit'the slaughter yards were in a satis factory condition.— Received: - , ? JTrom'a number of Curr-abubula resi dents asking the ooiinnl to erect' a fcot brid^e1 over the o i©c'c'dividinfr Ourra tiubuia;froni the farms 'and holding's oni the-Duri side. It was stated that during , heavy, rain the creek was impassable and children', &t, present Wero _ una.ble to 'at tend school. ' '',' I ?-lt was pointed out 'by counciUois that the creek was too wide for a- temporary | Btructuro and the cost of, a permanent one 'would1 be high, also tK'afc it was. only occasionally ...

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