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Only One End to the War. VICTORY OF THE ALLIES. No League of Peace Without Force. NEW YORK, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

Only One End to the War.1 VICTORY- OF THE ALLIES. No League of Peace Without Force. (Renter's Telegram.) NEW YORK, Wednesday. ' -Sir Gilbert Parker, the novelist, in terviewed here said there could 'be no end to the war wft'hout the victory 'of the Allies. ' England -was' fully aroused and could 'last longer tliMi any 'Other country. -lie poiutedj lo Canada and Aiustralia ind their unlimited resources. 1 A League of Peace is practicable, but the ' members of the league must have tlie necessary force to ' be effec tive. He sees .difficulties in reorganising the inilifcarv status of the nations.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
German Raiding Fleet DISCOVERED AND DRIVEN BACK. Sixth Division of German Home Fleet. AMSTERDAM, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

German Raiding Fleet. DISCOVERED AND DRIVEN BACK. Sixth Division of German Home Fleet. ? ? (Reuter's Teles-ram-) , t ? AMSTERDAM. 'Wcdncfediiy1. According- to, the 'Tyd' the Geiinau destroyer's belong to the sixth division of Ihe home ileet from Heligoland which apparently1 intended a raid but was dis covered and the greater pa.rt driven back to the base, 'wiiile' portion of the sn u ad von, was forced back 'ag'aiust -llic Flemish coast. it is Tcpo-rted that -vvfrrsuips wcro -unk, but particivla.113 are lacking. 'Some d'amiagetl . Gcxwnnn vessels re Cuged at Zcobrnggc.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIRED OF LIFE. Laborer's Suicide in Park. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

TIRED OF LIFE. Laborer's Suicide in Park. SYDNEY, Wedne^-d'ay. , ? The- bcvly of Ed\vard Williams, an ?sli'erly laborer, -was found in the. Uni versity Grounds . Ibis- morning 'with two ^pshes in the throat. , . tn one of deceased's pockets was a mole stating that he was tired of life. Hank. notes for £31 and a baiik book showing (?. credit balance of' JC-77-'were nlsm fo«n-l iu his possession.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Japan to Help Practically. RELIEF OF SICK AND WOUNDED. TOKIO. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

Japan to Help Practically, RELIEF OF SICK AND WOUNDED. (Router's Telegram.) TOKia, Wediiesday;, An a-jsoeaition. for the relief of al ied sick and1 wounded has been efttali li?hed. ? v ? , 'A nrillionarire speaker urged that at least TW'oi niLllion sterling bhbuld bo ?suibserilbDd nationaUy. Premier Terauehi said it was1 lime Japla.11 demonstrated, her sympathy tactically. ? . Aa'aWH'

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

CYCLONE AT MILVALE. SYDNEY, Wedmesduy. The cyclone at Milvale', in the 'Young district, damaged a wheat stack of 21,000 bags, causing a loss of £200. Twenty tcivts in a nearby navvies' camp were overturned and sw&mped.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Canada's Enlistments. TOTAL OF NEARLY HALF MILLION. OTTAWA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

Canada's Enlistments. TOTAL OF NEARLY HALF MILLION. * / r ' (Reuters Tclegi'am.) OTTAWA, AVeduesday. 'lMie- Parlaiineiitaii-y session will cou tijiue for a month, and then. adjourn for six feeks to allo^v Sir Robert Bordcn to attend the- Impeiial Conference. Sir Robert Bordeii' auuouueed that the tctal enlistments to date iu iCauadiv for the anny aud .navy were 434,500.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO OVERTIME FOR THURSDAY NIGHT. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

NO OVERTIME FOR THURSDAY .NIGHT. SYDNEY, Wedaiebd'ay. . At a meeting of City and Suburban Shopkeeper's' Association it was decom -nended that shopkeepers should uot pay overtime for Thursday night, as under Uie terms of the award they were not bound, to do so, they being entitled' to one late shopping night each week. .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED BRUTAL ASSAULT. Part of, Man's Ear Torn Off. SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

ALLEGED BRUTAL ASSAULT. Part of, Man's* Ear Torn Off. ?SYDNEY. ?Wwlnesduv. 1 Private Charles Clifton, who is in ;arap a.t Raudwick, walked 'into the'Dar inifhurst Police SUtion to-day, and stated thart he had been assaulted in a 'wise in the city. Part of^one-'ear was orn off, and he was bleeding from a. wound in tbe head. Subsequently, Alexander Walker was irnested and remanded e.u a charge ofc having assaulted Clifton.'

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED ATTEMPTED ENEMY TRADING. Heavy Fine Imposed. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

ALLEGED ATTEMPTED- ENEMY TRADING. Heavy Fine. Imposed. ? I SYDNEY, Wednesday. 1 1 nree cuarges of attempting to trade ' with Uie enemy linns were preferred I against Robertson -said Young, Limited, 1 merchants, in the Summons Court to- ( day. .\ftcr evidence for the prosecution had boon, given, Frank Reudall, secretary to the defendant firm, slateid that a.t the !.imc tbe letters produced were .-written, j the firm hftd no knowledge tliat the fii-ms written to had been placed upon the list of enemy 'firms. A fine of £30 in each case was im posed.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONSTABLE ROUGHLY HANDLED Rescued from River. SYDNEY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

CONSTABLE ROUGHLY HANDLED Rescued from River. . SYDNEY. Wedn'esdav. I CcMistabto- llarvev -when near the Cus-' Loms House in ^Melbourne .ordered two -nrn who were using bad language to move on. ' ? ' ' One- on reaClrns the wharf opposite 'brew rosd metal. Harvey arrested him and a struggle followed1, during which 'bo. constable fell into the river and was ccs-.cucd by a. watchman.- The men es caped .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNCLEAN LODGING HOUSE. Proprietor Heavily Fined. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

UNCLEAN LODGING HOUSE. Proprietor Heaviiy Fined. , SYDNEY. Wednesduv... Kritz Newman vt\s fined £2o fit New vi?tle for being '.the proprietor of, au njciean lodg'ng house. , , ' N Fvidence was given that there were !0 bedroms, in some, of which the ucd !te:ids and mattresses were' lined with ?nrniln and the blankets and sheets were liriy and stained and some of the mat ros'ses half rotten The magistrate expressed th-- opinion' -I'iit the place should be .closed up.

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

(SON'S PICTURES. ''Tlio i^iantom' in wliioli, tlio leading prate, are portivayed Kv lr-i'?nk Keeriaw und iLnid Markey is promised by the ubovcyia ,nageinent for screening on. ,14i© Owil on ]'\idiiy iw^ht, .January 26tli. 'llhi^. piliatoplay is desorib6d as the b'ost deteotiivt}- story wrii/teji 's.inco 'R'affles'. 'Th© Phnatoni' is -a notorious eerffclc rn'aa thiof, using the card of tho detect tiro who ihas called' on Mm to advise inni tx» xeav* tm© -aiby, ili«cgoes- to tll«' Bdn»tou- summor liome for the week end to try and istpal tho famous Bcreton jMieklacei. Bue ho falls in. love witdi hca,iitiful Avipo .B-ei'cton; ,tlio daugjlitter ot his Jiost. Anotihter Tnembei- of the house party, a supposed doctor, also 'has plan ned to steal the jewels. Par love of Avice the. Phantom., does ?? not take the necklace when,' he lias a ^{inoe, and tilie '?'doctor.' gets' it. TJien the- Bhantom acts ont^his {©sumed piafl-t, and,, by clev er sloutliina, gets the jewels back in a .stairtl/ing fa...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATEST. Calling up Coal Miners. BRITAIN'S HUNT FOR MEN. No Exemption for Shirkers or Time Losers. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

THE LATEST. .. ? -^ ? Calling up Coal. Miners. BRITAIN'S HUNT FOR MEN. No Exemption for Shirkers or Time Losers. ' ; ' (ltoutcr's Telegram.) ' ' ' , LONDON', Wednesday. It i* stated' that the 'collieries' have been notilied o£ -tlie 'tailing up of. cer tain classes oi' coal miners i!or military service. The ela&seb include tbooo Who have -eiftered ? tlie ? wines siiico'lAiugUst li, 19 J 5, Mi-race workers, officials sup arvio-Uig1 a'ueb. cxccpt,',cngiue .and pump ineii, -we'ig-bmei'i, electricians, fitters!, and meciianics; furthermore mine' workers o£ military age who during' the past three monblis have ?on the average lost a 'minimum of two shifts -weekly from avoidaWc causes.

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

PALACE OF TRADE FAIR. The Palace of Trade announce in our business cohitnhs that ' the Fair starts to-day (Thursday! with large reductions In all departments.

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

TAMW0RTH POLICE COURT. 1 — .— — [ At! '-the Tain-worth .police court on Tuesday, before Mr.' II. F. Roberts, P.M., the police proceeded by summons again st Arthur Max Cooper for a breach of the Motor TraU'ic Act, viz., not keeping to tho left hand side of the street when turning the corner. The bench inflicted a tine of 10/, with' 6/ 'costs. Robertson N'ichol was charged with cruelly ill using a horse by working it with a sore shoulder, and -was fined 20/. and 6/ v.'osts. 'Milton Eastwood was also fined 20/, with 6/ costs for causing the same liorse to be worked. For driving a motor car without a light, contrary to tho provisions of the Motor Traffic Act, Jo-soph Panll was fined 5/. with 6/ costs

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

KENSINGTON RACES. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Keiihiiiglon pony races resulted: — . Maiden Handicap: Hughesiller 1, Naroama 2,'CoUetc 3. Winner G to 4. 14.1 'Handicap :.-Gool. Jim. 1, Courtfield' 2, 'Roy Queen 3. Winner 5( to 2. laying Handicap, 1st division: Tho Tuck 1, Cruesot 2, Lady Dominant 3. Winner 5 to 1. r 2nd division: Schottis* die 1. Devantine 2, Harbour 3. Winner 4 to 1, , Approved Stakes: Waughola 1, with in the Law 2, Twizel 3. Winner 20 to 1. 14.2 Handicap: Why Why 1, Real Silk 2, My Peggy 3. Winner 6 to 1. , 14 Hands Handicap: Flflying Arrow 1, Footprint 2, Flamingo 3. Winner 3 to 1. Handicap :? Lord Hurst 1, Swanker 2, Mlrzan 3. Winner 15 to 1.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUIRINDI AUSTRALIAN HORSE A.R. CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

QUIRINDI AUSTRALIAN HORSE A.R. CLUB. Following are the weights for January ^Opening Handicap, (J furlongs:, Yeralba 11.9, MeFord 11.5, Late Edition 11.4, Master Archie 10.11, Miss Ragtime 10.2, .Lonely Lass 9.12. Maiden Handicap, 0 furlongs: Spring Heel 10.10, Booby Bill 10.4, Target 3 0.4, Queen Avon'dale 10.3, Jack's Worth 10.0, Abbeystone 10.0, -Dorcile 9.12, Glass Bub'ble 0.12, Miss Tile ,9.11. A.H. Handicap, 7 furlongs: Lady Seal 31.13, MeFord 11.5, 'Zanefcti 10.4, Spring Heel 10.2, Royal Steps- 9.11. Summer Handicap, 6 furlongs: Mc Ford 31.7, Late' Edition 13.6, Kerna's Daughter 11.4, Zanetti 10.5,' Silence 9.12, Lonely Lass 9.12» Archindi .9.11. Bracelet, 5 furlongs: MeFord 12.0, Kerna's Daui?hter 11.12, Lady Song 10.12, Zanetti 10.11, .Miss Raytime 10.9, Lone ly Lass 10.5, Queen A^ondalo 10.0, Booby Bill-ip.0, Miss Tile 9.11. Visitors' Handicap, ' G furlongs: Yer alba 12.0, Late Edition 11.9, Spring Heel 10.7, Booby Bill' 10.5, Silencer 10.3, Ab bcystoue 10.0, Glass Bubble 9...

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

BOGGABRI RACE WEIGHTS. JJOGG.VBJtl, Wednesday.' J''ollowiiifi .'i/i-e tJie ireiglitu Sov tlie Uog ?-'.» Iji-l Hospital raccb : '' OliarLty StaJvt's: Zeal 10.2, Coke- 9.7. SJumetU 9.7, I,iidy L'UviUo 9.0, Madg kmi 8.0. X-ur&es' Handicap: ilis& C'avcl 10.10, Wiuv..inv 10.5, Jilerry IJiiish 10.1, Jjai rino 9.1, Mniiubrook 8.7, l-ecides Daugh ter 8.7, JJarboi- 8.5, A\«ctilibah 8.3. IMuti oil's Handicap: Zeno 10.10, I.ex aiiii 30.10 Seai-ohliglit 9.13, Cocontina 3.12. Zeiil 8.0.

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

SUSSEX STREET MARKETS. SYDNEY. Wedneidav. Subunban new laid eggs were extre mely scarce and case descriptions- plen- tiful to-day, but wore regarded as not of choice quality. Poultry was depressed at easier prices. There was a big run on bacon, cheese, butter aud honey, at recent prices. Of 3000 bags of pota toes from the Clarence River district early in the -week, 70 per cent, were infected with blight, and .were sold as' pig feed, ranging from l/C to 3/C ii bag. Choicest quality £4 ton. ' New seasons Hunter River consignments sold briskly at £S ton. Onions were said to be a drug on the1 market at prices' from £9 to £10 ton. There was plenty of maize oven at the reduced rate of 3/6. The grain infected with weevil was freely offered at 3/2 to 3/4. Oats were again firmer at 2/10 to 3/1.

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

PRODUCE MARKETS. . SYDNEY, Wednesday. yuotations: Wheaten chaff prime 5/ to 5/3, good 4/4 to 4/(i, inferior 3/3 to, 3/4, oaten chaff ' prime 4/9, good 4'/ to 4/3, medium 3/8 to 3/10, inferior 3/3, lucerne chaff good 5/, lucorno hay good 4/, potatoes prime 9/2_to 9/S, good S/S to S/10, medium 6/9. Lucerne chaff from Grog-dif.-, -Yt|ico, 5/

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