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BRITISH LABOR PARTY. Not Unanimous on War Questions. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

- BRITISH LABOR P*ARTY. Not Unanimous on War Questions. (Neuter's Telegram). KOXDON. 'J'ii(.'.s(lay. A so'Jtioii of tho^ T/ubor Party loudly lIi cored President WrKon duiann ^lv. Wi'i-dle's iptn-oli in fclfc Commons. Pot!) 2\Ij\ .Wai die and ilr. Henderson vcre subjected to sC«'i:C''iinto]Tuptioiis, but it will bo impctsibjc to o.vtnnate U10 dron^th of the iioih~-- opposition to of lici'-al labor uutil Uv© vote is taken. t

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 — 25 January 1917

THE AKROW THAT FLIETH BY , , GUY TH0RNE, Author of 'Mantrap Manor,' 'When it Was Dark,' 'Made in His Image,' 'First/lt Was Ordained,'- 'A Host Cause,' &c, ,&e (COPYRIGHT.) ' CHAPTER- IX.— Continued. - ' Tho miam coughed amd' choked' over his words. His face, which had'heaoiuo Qushed with excitement, faded to- a deadly pa'llor, and he faiintod dead away upon his pillow. Lord Biilliiva slooked wildly round the room. He lost his head 'for a moment, ind instead of i-inging- the bell lushed jut mLo t'ho cornidor. Tlie' corridor was ,iuite silent, though brilliantly lit. There was ni'olbody there at all. Jle hurried 'Jowni it into filie hall. In the 'hall the jiai'fornied j-orter was sitting reading t'he Mihht evening paper. 1/ord Ballima told him in a few wioads what had occurred. 'Take me -to flic nurse ai once. The j-enMercvan has fainted.' ' v , iTho 'man put down the paper and hu'iipieil away /down another passage followed toy 'the viscount. They . looked into various...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRIA FAR FROM BEATEN. Still Working for Final Victory. LONDON. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

AUSTRIA FAR FROM BEATEN. Still Working for Final Victory. ' (It outer's IV-legram). TX)XD0N. Tuesdiiv. \ii Ainsk'i-d-.iTn hips qpi Ntntf-s that tiiu Kmiuctci- of Avi:l-ria-HiiiiiiaiT confer red Aviitli the Auiti-o-rlmif'ai'iian Socialist leaders oouceiTOng tlie wcikers' vlewa of l':-co. - Till''. Austrian T.iibor 'Pavrv iliavc resol ved .+0 diMotc itheir ttrcuKth lo victory, bcfni.'s Oo-fpnt menus the disgraceful 'iilijuK'-'-t-ion of +1k* nntioii. mid inwinplov mont. liungfcr, and nrVery for the work ei-.s/ — — '?

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 — 25 January 1917

THE WEATHER. LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. Unsettled to showery or the coast ami ImjhloiHls.; nmrc thunder and flood falls in the extreme N.E. and sqtlally on the N. Coast; south to easterly winds; fine inland. THE DAILY OBSERVER. ?THURSDAY, JANTAltY 2.3, 1017.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL WAR CABLES. WOES OF THE CONQUERED. How Germany Treats Belgian Workers. Brutal Uhlans. Men Paraded Off Work Daily. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

GENERAL WAR CABLES. WOES. OF THE^CONQUERED. How Germany Treats Belgian Workers. Brutal Uhlans. i Men Paraded Off Work Daily. B.ONDOX. Tuesday. A Inifctwoi-tliy ji'jvjw itiiu-s dcolai-u^ that, 'Jo,000 i---i!-oiag )ivn-- been ti-.poi'To-l lr^-ni tJic ugiuniltUj.'nl provinee* of IJel ?{liun wilne.li have suflcretl severely (lining t'.'.ii invasion. ?Several villn^os li«v-- been doploted ol their maiLliood. aud the men compelled lo appear in the market places whore G-^innui ollicers examined- Uicui. -Ml t-ho --«unip; u*ti-] all ihe skilled have been commandeered without question. TJio women work a.t night and jweparo clothes and provisions nud then uccoin l-ai)y Uie men i\aiiliuk and protesting till si Uittor cry riV-es as the voiuen and men pn.i-t a.t xhc railway stations. The Laiulsturmers arc -=oi't-honi ted, and are not entrusted with the job, t- n-clo-'V t''» CiiUms are brought from the fr.ont. They are worthy servants of thi? twiorisei's, treating nil like cattle und UiriiMiiH i-o...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITAIN'S HEAVY WAR TOLL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

BRITAIN'S HEAVY WAR TOLL T.ku terrible disaster in ' London in ?which, the ?ilonlh 'iv-ll is reliably o=li matcd ul oOW- iind. the injured -U very unwli higher .-h'-.'ukl make Australians relied upon the really heavy esusviftcoi' Great, liritniu i» making fur us as well ii=- for hciaf'.C dn Uik war. We in lhi- war- free i-oiKilry uve immune from such a.wfu'l tukijiiilics because oi' our aecur ily under the protecting- wjng- of Krit'uin. S'he h-a-j every right to look to her priv ileged children overseas to lend her every ounce u[ their help m the alrng ylo w.hieli in a* much for them a- for her. W'bi'lo =-ho has had to bear the iiiuiaeial burden vf not virly her own war prcpiirii'liious' but u fonnidwalble portion of those of her Allies she has alfO had , to briny into- existence a mighty urmy from a man's of untrained civilians, in udditk'n k- more than doubling- (ho effective fighting strength ol' her navy iu two tind -a kali' ycui's. lie i- ticiuciidoiis ellprt In. -supplying the...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FURTHER LIGHT TO HEAVY RAINS SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

FURTHER LIGHT TO HEAVY RAINS SYDNEY, Wednesday. li'iirtherM'ijht to heavy rains were re corded in1 'the ?.north-east, quarter of the Sfnto yesterdav, and at scatterod places on h),- South Coast.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
268th CASUALTY LIST. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

! 268tli CASUALTY LIST. ; ' SYDNKY, Wednesday. The 2(iSlli casualty list shows: Totul ? all States:; Killed hi action 22, died of ivouuds aud other ca.uses I, wounded 1G3, 'nusains 13, s.ick 229, injurod 15, , nrifcouers of 'war 1, returned to duty- 501. 'NEW SOUTH WALES. Died -of wounds' aud other causes: Pri vate A. 'Morrow '(Ityde). Wounded: -l'te. J. Moiranus (Uralla), Scrgt. AV. -fayers (Buiifirwahl). It. Kon ney (New I^inbton), rrivate J. Carroll 111: lJi'lver C. 13. Webster (WaratalO, I'i-iA-atc ' .V. Rlcli«rds (A.ruiidale), J. B. Dawson' (Glon Innes). Lance-Corpl. It. ltardup (Paterson), Private C. Davles (lluinilton). J. IJndpay (Kiirri Kurrl). Sorgt. 4. lliintrlss (Islington), Corpl. J. A.very (QcssnoclO, Scrgt. G. Bremmell flslinRton), Privates W. Carter (Invor oll-. T». Or^hnrd (T'lngluO. ' ? Rolurdoa to duty: Privates 'A. lllch arils (CcfesnoeTi'), Saddler VI. Kox (Quir iudn. K. Tyler fWopt Maitlaudl, A. Burlto (UraUa-. 10. Ttailov ,(Glou Innes). Hrivatp P Oiiiodfti (Wa...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR PARTY STANDS ALOOF. SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

LABOR PARTY STANDS ALOOF. SYDNEY. Wediie=ilav. It is understood that the proposal that the Federal cflldal Labor party should loin the proposed National Government is ratibcr eWitehipUiously received by the firstuamed.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE TELEGRAMS. Norton Griffiths scheme. New Proposal. To Hand Over Contracts to Government SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. ? ,p ? , ? „ ? , Norton Griffiths scheme. New Proposal. To Hand Over Contracts to Government SYDNF.Y. 'Wednesday. There is considerable speculation as to what action the Cabinet will take in re *]ject w'th. the NoiUn (Jrifliciis au.'ic, nieu*. It 'o beiievcl in «o 'io y nailers ttiRi it t.lw Inn: \\ould consent t-t ham' ovoi- ilie aAM-y.njr out of its l vi tracts to the \Vu-.-ks Department and make -ivif:n')!o '.1 two years instead 0!! live ycJi'ii ll.e woo! 3 ft the ten million pounjs win', li it iv(l!r to raise for thfi Uovm-nmci-.-.. tl.e li liinciiil situation ccu'd bo oasol (.r.n siderably.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAYLIGHT SAVING UNPOPULAR. MAITLAND, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

DAYLIGHT SAVING UNPOPULAR MATTLANiD, Wednesday. Ata meeting of tlito West Maitland Municipal Couiicil Qnsb niaht a motion Si x°aSucd Kotosting against tlus Day SL tTlns. Aot- fls 'nneocssavy «nd Si. *!'?. 1?osfc. i«-*ore9t9 of tho, ,r«si ''nns, ana inimioablb to industries: it «iS,1£fid-itl tojonvard tlwj11prate6t to tn-e-l^ederal Gmiemmeriit.'1

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COCKBURN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

, COGKBURN SHIRE COUNCIL. . '-.'Hie ordinary- monthly, meeting of tiho . Cockbiu-n Shire Council was held at the ' gbird office,' on BVldfty- last^ V™*»*- 05* Walker (Brcsidemrb), Crs. Wynd-i . Hani, Donning Mahor, Fisher , and . Bfm-7-' ooerespondencJe.' '''From Mr. G. T. Sims re deputation meetina the Council inr reference- to the | Nemingha- Road. - The(©l«rk istatcd'tlwt tlip meeting , was aiufcnged f6r,'that day.-bnU owing 'to, tho heavy rain it was postponed till the ^omHtfr.2 A«. O. Jobson ? complaining that he was prevented from appealing against' his valuation' through the clerk representing tlto da.tc for1 appeal :m) i April tho 19th. He also refused to pay ihis .rates' amtiil' life road' was improved! It was moved by Cr. Wyiidham, isec otided toy Cr. I-ennms,,tbat Mr. Jobson ..be infonnod that th© Council strongly, re- j s'eiiSd'liis imputations' against tho Cleric i inv'Vefeilenee to thb1 daibo' of appe'nl, us i tKe- olerk 'clearly pointed' out that; the | ' date- ivas' ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

: CASUAL. COLUMN 'AiDVBIlTlSEMENTS' accompanied' by cash for this column are!- inserted at tho' rate of 18 words for 1'/, and qid '. for each additional 9 Words, or part thereof. An additional' charge of 6d is made for booking'. ? -? WANTED. WANTED.— Good Woman' Cook. Apply, with* reforence to. Mrs. Nivison, Ohio, Walcha;. WANTED. — ^At tho Now England Girl's7 School, Armidalc, Two ( Housemaids. Apply, with reterencos to tho^Matroi. WANTED.— -A Cook General. No washT ing- or ironing. Apply, Aubrey A. Cohon, Dentist/ Poel-streot. AVAl^TED.:^Smarr~Strmig~Laar''for B'ut- -ter Department/ Apply, Prescott's Ljtd. WANTED. — At 'Once, ^ Good Smart Housemaid. Apply, McFarland's Clivb House Hotel. WANTED Kno-wn.^-Fortnlghtly Sales of Stoclt held at' Federal1 Hotel Yards, Behdemeer, star'ting* .3rd1, Fforuary. Smith, Auctlonoer. ? J ? W-AjNTIED.— Strong Girl for tlie country, ?willing to assist' with all' Household Duties. Apply,. Mrs. W. Waddell, 'Blllsland,' Singleton. ? WAT^TED^AT~bnce, Ho...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THUCKINGS AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

TRUCKINGS AHEAD. ' MwTtod ° Monday. 22nd January, whi.. a-ra.:— For tho markets of .25th 1 Mn\PnTSJordored''16e: caftlo'Vag. 29th. ^er°dl 92' F^r '10 markets of wmLJ 7 p* vtllis oriol-rt, 30; cattle R8B?'er6d' 75' For tne ™rket3 meMn ^P !,ans ordel'ed. G5; cattle nzlL ,ep vnns or(1(11-e-l, 25; cnttlo

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
British Socialist Leader. HOWLED DOWN BY LABOR CONFERENCE. . LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

British Socialist Leader. HOWLED DOWN BY LABOR CONFERENCE. (Publshed in 'The Tunes.'') LONDON, Wednesday. 'At the Labor Conference Mr. Phillip; Snowdeu said Labor Minister had g-iveii away Labor privileges, resulting . in a. legislative ininjieal to the workers. Tlie conference refused to listen and lie was howled down, delegates', yelling, '''What have you .done for the coun try?'

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BETTING TAX YIELDS £100,000. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

BETTING TAX YIELDS £100,000. ' . , SYDNEY. Wednesday. ' The New. 'South Wales rovenue lias benefited by newly £100,000 during the operation of the betting tax since it was [ Introduced twelve months ago. . 1

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wilson's 'Peace Without Victory Plan.' AUSTRIAN APPROVAL. AMSTERDAM, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

Wilson's 'Peace Without Victory Plan.' AUSTRIAN APPROVAL. (Router's' Telearrani.) ?AMSTERDAM, Wednesday. the Austrian press agrees with Pre sident AYflson'to main contentious, es pecially t'ho freedom of tho seas, birt points out that peace without victory is opposed''to the Entente's demands.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT A SINGLE BID. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

NOT A SINGLE BID. . SYDNEY. Weduiesd'av. A property in Phillip-street, City, for merly known as the Germafi* Club, was offered for sale by audtlo-u to-day. Al though there was a large attendance 'the auctioneer was unable to obtaJ.n a single bid.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

PERSONAL. Mr. w. m. -Kennedy, Inspector of Schools, has been transferred from Tarn-worth to Blackhcath. During his stay of about. three years in Tamwotrli, Mr. Kennedy has taken a prominent and useful part in patriotic affairs (es pecially in tlie recruiting movement, and has delivered forceful speeches at public gatherings both in and out ot doors. Such of the cable news .on this page, so headed has appeared in 'The Times,' and is cabled to Australia by special permission. It should be understood that the opinions are not those of 'The Times,' unless expressly stated to bt so. ___^ ? —

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

The Day of Days ! The Fair is Open ! -&cry thrift housewife will be interested iu thi^, announcement. . Our Summer Fair irill literally teem with 'opportunities for iliosc who . toiI% iave money. N ,-.',?'? *'' Great Big Money Savers *? In Show-room Goods and Millinery Jlakc'a-Iiat «if -yoiu- needs and come oarly'ns' boon as tub bargain bell coimneuccs to ring. ' 'Altbbugli the war has been tho cause of 'sonic' ,big- price advances, you'll be gladly surprised when you note the 'bargains.. CHINA AND GLASSWARE FAIRINGS. Cups and Saucers, White and Gold, thin diiua, Usual Price, 7/(5; it'air Price, 5/6 pci- dcason. I'riiited Soup Plates, lOiii., assoa-ted colors, Usual Price) 8/0 ; 'Fair 'Vn)ee?J~ ~ o/f per 'dozen. ?, ? Priiiicd Vegetable Dishes, assorted , patterns,,' Usual Price, 3/G; 'l-Viiv Price, 2/ each. ' ' -CJiiua Salads, Fancy Decorations, Usual Price, 2/;- Pair Price, 1/8 each. ! Glass 'Tumblers, ,1 pint, Usual Price, 7/; Fair Price, 5/6 per dozen. Glass Sugars and Co...

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