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GLEN INNES RACES ABANDONED. GLEN LINES, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

GLEN INNES RACES ABANDONED. GIJOX IXXES. Wednesday. Owing to the' 'heavy raiui it will be quito iuipon&ible to proceed .wiUi the Oleu limes A nnivor&ary meetiiifr wliidi was to liiavo taken placo on l'Viday. The club has therefore docidbd lo abaudou the fixtua-o. 'buit ivill wibstituto smother 'iu-o.ti.il}; on t]io --nn-licst sm'table Uu.re tluit can bo allotted by the X. and X.W. D.J'. Associiiiion.

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

NEW ZEALAND RACING. SYDNEY, Wednesday. The Xew Zealand Cup resulted: Oxen hope 1, Sudd El Bahr 2, Beltana 3.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAMWORTH J. C. RACES. CONCLUDING DAY. Coongewai Wins the Opening. N.K. January Handicap. Bazetta the Final. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

TAMWORTHlC. RACES. ? -♦- ? CONCLUDING DAY. Coonyewai' Wins the Opcniny. N.K. January Handicap. Bazetta the Filial. Tlu- Tamn oj tli J.U. January 'jimeting whs concluding yct»l- 1 day, in cool anu pleasant weather to a largo attendance. 1'ho courio Iuid dried up u goocT de«l siiic-o the piuviioui- d-iyj tlioiij^li 'it 'was still Kithci- dead. . Times were fastei th-.ui on the tiit-t day, though .vtill 011 t.io iloiw s'ule. ' ? '. ? -V-ltiiotigiL uvu outsiders 'Were suoccvj- I I ul. ba.ida.is-' luul ratlior tlio better of I Ulio dny'b oxjeratione, most of the book- , niiiikors Ssliowniii a eonsiitcrable lo^s. 'J'ae nieobiiig if.ghit through wiib lruc- la-oni pi-otcstb. or su&picious, riding, -though one ci- two ot the jot-keys wei-e s-iiokeu to 1 by the'' Stipendiiu-y iSt&ward lor minor j offenctb. ' ' ' 'Pile tiuishos were not &o close a& on ' t'io first day, but the raoin», on tlio whole. wa.s liu^hly . inU-noating, moot ol, tin; events beln,s' in dom...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISS PHELPS' CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

MISS.PHELPS' CONCERT. Miss Gladys. l*holps, who has been selected for further honors at the Con servatorium of. Music', -lias dcelded to remove to Sydney in order that she may be ab)p to devote the wholo of her time to studies. She has arranged for 11 pom cert to -be giver-,, on the 28th Fe'hrvm and ims been fortunate enough to havo heon granted assistance »v ''-* loartliiK nrtists at the Svdney Oonservatorlum. inoludinK iron's. Albert Goosaons. princi pal barltonp qf the Grand Opera- lloube Brussels. Tho box i.lnn *;'» bo t Horns. Fuller particulars will bo .?'? uounced later. „*$$&&&

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

LATE SPORT. MUSWELLBR00K WEIGHTS. A1 i:Ci\VKT.l,HIlfi(-lv . ?Wwlniw.duv. '' Following are the 'Weights lor tho .Musivellbrouk racos on Monday next. Opening' Handicap, 6 furlongs: 5ler» hina 9.5. Mount Alt' 9.0, Wonuailmsdi 8.9, I'osida 8.0. Prying l^aasio 8.0, M.iis, liiiuo 7.12, Prul Mt slnt0 '-?'-- Jj-vn ^K siu 7.~). lioso or' llediicld 7.3. l'\imous- Pet 7.0. 8]-t'tlrogo 7.0. Trial Hiiii*ca.p,'5'tur:omis: it:ss Ken foin^tou 9.0, Ohire liawn 8.7,- Korio Queen 8.0 ' PriKjiuU 8.0, . Congenva,i 8.0. Jfarl boy 7.10, Lsirinodeen 7.6. Moolamon 7.3, Pf-nip:uiKa 7.U. TLidinj^ School 7.3, But fcinsky 7.0, Shindy Boy 7.0, Viuioious 1,-ehi 7.0. lluswellbrook-Handioaii. 7 furlong.* : Siincmi 9.0 Araudinc 9'0. Muter 8.2.' Gra,veiiia 7.9, Miss Ilino 7.5, Prying Lassie 7.5, So Sly 7.0,, Goodgar 7.0, &|-otiuegc 7.0. , ,'.? Park' lf'jjidieap, C fiirloiigs: TIajip.v .S'.vila i-'.O. ri-yir{£ .L'ii..:«' 8.9, lloriu King 8.2 Kaiiiors Pet 7.9. C-enarmsii 7.1), Lai1 incdecii 7.3 XoL'|- Knight 7....

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

WHEAT STRIKE ENDED. SYDNEY. Wednesday. The Junee wheat dispute has ended, lie m«ii having resumed work at the i-e-iitcb-t of the A.W.U. Executive.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPANISH STRIKE RIOTS., LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

SPANISH STRIKE RIOTS., CRoutBi-'i. ? Telem-um 1 LONDON', Tnobdnv. liie llradoa Union strikere at Sara goi.sa, S|Kiin, ccllided with the nrl-'taj-.v and several were killed or wounded. Soldiers aro ivorlduc the trams.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRITISH LABOR TRUE. LONDON. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

BRITISH LABOR TRUE. (llcuitea-'s TeJejfram.) J/OXUOX. Tr.esdav. Tiho Uritifc.li L-ibcn- conlerence eudoi&cd tlio action of L-iboiites in ioim-aifr the Government by 1,840,000 to 307,000.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FARMERS TAKING ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

FARMERS TAKING ACTION. At. the regular fortnightly meeting- of tho New South Wales Farmers' Union committee held last Friday, the chair man, Mr. A. Jlatheson, broughC forward the matter of the Union calling the far mers of the distriet together for the pur pose of discussing the ouestion relative to the pooling of next harvest's wheat. Considerable disensstoh took place and arguments wore brought forward by which the present position of tho far mers could be bettered.. It was finally resolved that the Union call a nubile meetinc of the farmers «f the district to be held a.1 the O'ldfellows' Hull on Frtdny, 2nd March, for the mirpose of diFC.ussiivr tho oeustion nrni formulating some' scheme for ootion for the better ment of the farmeiis. ?—

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPAIN NOW BEING HURT. (Reuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

SPAIN NOW BEING HURT. (HeivtcM-'s Teleorani.) T.nxnnv thm,i«v SpaJn has ad-lre--&ed a new and eiur ^otie -prote.st to Berlin regarding the torpedcf'nt; of gipanigli steamers'.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW ENGLAND ODDFELLOWS. Annual M.U.I.O.O.F. Conference. Flourishing Order. GLEN INNES, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

NF.W ENGLAND ODDFELLOWS. Annual M.U.I.O.O.F. Conference. Flourishing Order. ? G-L.T5N' INNES. Wednesday. The seventh ''annual conference of the Xew 'King-land' District Manchester Uuity t.O.O.F. opened this'morning. The 'Grand Master Bro- .1-J. T. Bull presided. The following delegates were present: Bros 15. T. Bull, D.M.G. (Deepwater), C. !'\ Barnett, D.D.G.M. (Ting-lia), M: Step hens, D.S. OHMgrove), W. K. Coughlan. -V.S. (GJen Itines), A. B. Howard- (Armi- dale-',|P: E. Jobson (Glen Inues), Wt«S. Syrrett (Inverejl),. B. J. Baker (Tenter field). li\ \V. norRiicli n-!minn\nllp. (-' A Putler (Drake), W. A. Martin and A. E. Orabsch (Guyral. G. S. Barnett (Tin ?ha). AV. Finlayson ' (Wollomombi),1 H. ^r. Youns (D.cep-wator). W. J. Carney died Rangei/C. J.Dakers (Dundee), V. Gannon- (.Elsmox-jj) , .G:,.H.. Herbert j.Tor- -ingto'n). E. P. Palmer (Ben Lomond), W. P. Goodwin (Gle-ncoe), C. F. Clark (Bundarra). ' * Bro. Stephens, introduced the follow in? visitors: The -Grand -Master, the M...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NAVAL ACTION: BRITISH AND GERMAN DESTROYERS. Enemy Roughly Handled. One British and Eight German Vessels Sunk. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

NAVAL ACTION/ ? ? ? -» CRITISH AND GERMAN DESTROYERS. Enemy Roughly Handleil. . ' One British and Eight German V.esscls Sunk. ? ' , (Reuters /relegra.m.) , ? x t ? LONDON, Tuesday^ The Admiralty, reports: Our light j forces patrolling the North Sea not far from tho Dutch coast on Monday night met n division' of enemy destroyers! ' ' After a short engagement .one of the latter was sunk and the 'rest scattered, after being- considerably punished. The darkness , prevented observation of the full results of the action During the same night a sharp en gagement took place between enemy de stroyers and ours in the vicinity of j. Sehouwenbank. One of our torpedoes I had an explosion, itilJing 3 officers and 44 men. Our ships subsequently sunk a« enemy torpedoer. We had no other cas ualties. Reuter's 'correspondent at Ynwiden states thfit -particulars of the naval en gagement indicate that the Gorman de 5tro^ ers attempted to leave Zeebrugge to avoid the ice which was very thick. They- were ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO EXTRAVAGANCE. In A.I.F. Headquarters in London. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 25 January 1917

NO EXTRAVAGANCE. In A.I.F. Headquarters in London. SYDNEY, Wednesday.       The Minister for Defence said to-day that he received word from London which completely refuted the allegations if extravagance in the administration of the A.T.F. headquarters at Horseferry Road, London, also the statements that many men fit for the front were being kept back.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NAVAL ENGAGEMENT. RUNNING FIGHT LASTS FIVE HOURS. Some of the Enemy Escape. V69 Interned in Dutch Harbor. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

NAVAL ENGAGEMENT. — ? RUNNING FIGHT LASTS FIVE \ HOURS. Some of the. Enemy Escape. , V69 Interned in Dutch Harbor. (L'nited Service.) ' - '- - LOXDOX, Wednesday. The 'Dkily Mail' correspondent at Ymuiden says that a wounded sergeant, of niiu-im-s. Btatcd. 'We don't want to light, but have- to.' - V69, of 1200 tons, was in the thickest of the fight trom the outset, early shells killing Captain Schultz on the bridge, wounding the helmsman, .and killing an officer alongside .him, besides destroying the steering -gear. The vessel, steering by 'her screws, attempted to escape north wards, but other i snelis crippled her. Then a British destroyer dasned up full tiLt at 4 o'clock, and attempted to ram her, bringing down .the- funnel, tilting V69 at iin angle of 45 degrees, causing her to. make -winter i'a(,t, 'flooding the offi cers' cabins. Great efforts enabled her tc. keep alloat though deep in the water. Tllio crew oi' V69 believed that part of the squadron managed to crawl back to Zee...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FATAL FALL FROM TRAM. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

FATAL FALL FROM TRAM. SYDN'IOY. 'J'liui'i-d-iv. An unknown woman, who fell from a n-mi 'nrvr Al-i''Oiihv,n. l^v 'ii.v niffH. had her slcull fractured, and died In the hos pital tU:.s morning.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NARRABRI PATRIOTIC MOVEMENTS NARRABRI, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

NARRABRI PATRIOTIC MOVEMENTS; NATtllABIir. Thursday.1 Messrs. Hulbcrt, Pepper and uurroj were1 elected trustees of the Voluntary Workers' Association. . . . . ' The conference of delegates from the Win tho War Leagues of the Gwydir electorate will' meet here to-morrow night.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GERMANY'S "IRON WILL." Will Hew Way to Victory. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

IgERMANY'S 'IRON WILL.' ; Will Hew Way to Victory. , (Reuler'rf Telegram.) LONDON^ Wednesday. An Amsterdam correspondent says a telegram from Berlin says the Parlia mentary Presidents of the Central Pow ers and their Allies have issued a mani festo to the effect that all the sacrifices demanded from the people' will be readily made. At the opening or tne rrussum upijui House' the President expressed the hope that,- despite the disappointing begin ning' 1917 would bi-ing peace. lie added: .The fateful hour for Ger many is approaching. We are to-day a more serious-matnred people. Our iron will .shall hew a -way to a prosperous conclusion. , ? , .

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GERMAN AND BRITISH RAIDS. French Aviator's Great Record. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

GERMAN AND BRITISH RAIDS. French Aviator's Great Record. i ? 1 (Ueulcr'-b Telegram.) LONDON. Wednesday. Field Marshal Haig reports: A suc cessful raid was made, and prisoners taken, north-eastward of.Neuville St. Vaast, We repulsed an enemy raid bet ween Armcntieres and Ploegsteert. The enemy, in a sec'ond raid, reached our ?trenches, but were ejected, leaving a number of dead. A French communique says: We made several successful coup de mains in the night south ot Chilly on tlhe Sonime, near Itegneville Woevre. Four enemy aeroplanes were brought down, includ ing Lieut. Guynemer's 26th. Sixteen British aeroplanes boniubd the blast fur naces at Burbach, near Serre, apparen tly damaging them. considerably. ? -

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STRONG GERMAN ATTACKS. In Vicinity of Verdun. Repulsed with Heavy Loss. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

. STRONG GERMAN ATTACKS. '? In Vicinity- of Verdun. ; Repulsed with Heavy Loss. (Renter's. Telejyram.) '? ' LONDON, 'Wednesday. Tho Paris 'Libertc' correspondent at Verdun says that the German efforts north, of Carrieres wood were not mere ly a raid, but a strong attack by three regiments on a front o£ a kilometre, following an intense all-day bombard ment. Our seventy-lives' murderous precision checked alid rolled back tho assailants in disorder. A 'second attack, preceded by liquid fire, was equally costly to~the Germans. One company alone lost' 140. ' , (Published in 'The Times/') ! LONDON, Wednesday. Tho 'frankfurter .Zcitung' -warns Germany, that tlic Allies are preparing for a gigantic spring offensive .

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SON'S PICTURES ON THE OVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 26 January 1917

? »&PICTURES{ON'TKE- OVALl ? 'The Phantom,' which 'is to bo scroen V on the Oval to-night, is a Triangle ?'Ma, featuring Frank, KennanJ 'nb'bert1 ?HcKin, and Enid Markey. It is a de'te'e ?jive drama of exceptional merit, with »c story so , cleverjy handled 'that the nO8t enthllsiaSMo 'mmlo'fan' ninn't Ho 'We to, foroteir the rtn'al en'dirig. 'A loycl invention Is introduced in' the wangle, Keystone comedy ''Hearts- and' -parks' to be screened also1' oh'-the' ml to-night. The chief 'fumriafcefa in ms laughable production are Hank Mann, BoWie' Vefnon,''and Gloria' Swan- iOD. :

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