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CESSNOCK RACES. Rose of Redfield Wins Flying. Melt the Handicap. WEST MAITLAND. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

CESSNOCK RACES. Rose of Redfieid Wins Flying! Melt the Handicap. AA1EST MAITiLANiD. Saturday. Cessnoek racep'too-k place this after noon. The weather was fine and there, was «. Large attendance. Results: JANUARY HANDICAP, 1 andle. ' St A. .Oas&y's blk m A*ter Twelve, 7.7, (Qnigley) ? ?. . . . 1 J. Jewell's b in Melt, 7.7, (Orrell) . . 2 E. O. Davis,' oln g Lord Clarit, 6.7, .(Evans) ? ? .. .'. .... .'. 3 These -we.ro the only starters. Betting:' Evens Lord Clarit. 7 to 4 After lVelve, 2 to 1 Melt. Won by 2 lengthfe, six leaigtlis 'Between, second and third. Time 1.43J. FLYiUNQ HANDICAP 6 fmlongs. C. O. B, Lamb's br f Rose of Red ?fi,eJc$6.7. (Orrell) ? 1 A. Mplnnes' br m Lady Pa-udelo, l-li (A Shannon) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? '? 2 4 . A. FopW b g Timber, 7.4, all. | Otlier starters:' Padoga, 6.7, Sada'lena J 6.7: ' ' Bottling: G to 4 Timber. 9 to 4 Lady P.rivTWto. 4 to 1 Rose of Redricld. 10 to 1 others. AVon by half a, length, a lenrrtli between second and third. . NOVICE HANDICA...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SANDOWN PARK RACES. SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

SAND0WN PARK RACES. ?SYDNEY. Sunday. Sandown Park Races resulted: Hurdles : TQialetas. 1 ; Glorig Maid 2 ; Kfsig, 3. 'Woniwr 15 to 1. Won' by a, neck. Tlnne 1.46}. ?Firf't Dij'ision -Handicap: Golden Shot 1: ' Oitus, SVWkidmi.. 3. Winner 7' to I1. AVon iby half n length. Tani© l.i}. I Second 'Division Hnndicnw: M,r. Sim, 1 ' Pondnle, 2; PAlenfc. 3. Wanrter 7 to 2. AA'on by ,i nerik. Time 1 .16. ? ~ Pank- Handicao-: Chaihnidor, 1; Sir Howard, '2; Lon-d Antony, 3. 'Winner 9 to 2. ' ? ? '- Woai'bv a. neck. Time 1.43). ' Tibird Division Handicap: Manneoruin, 1: Marahnde 2; Thurfagunyafo, 3. Win ner 3- to 1. ' Won. 'by o, lengtii and three qwirter*. Tian© 1J6. Jumper's Flat Race : Lflnrus, I ; Nit ohevo 2; Naroiese 3. Winner »10 to- 1 Won by a. neck. Time 2.11J.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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German Attack. FRENCH RECOVER ALL GROUND. LONDON. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

German Attack. FRENCH RECOVER ALL GROUND, 1- , (Renter's Telegram.) TX)NDOX. Suuduv. 'j\. French communique says: I'rcsh report^ ahow that the enemy attack 011 Ui« loft oC the Meus-e ycdicrday was paiticullarly violent. , Several German' rogiinc'nts ]-articipated in hand to hand fighting at. pome point*. 'We, couuter iiituckcd tJliis morning and retook tlie region of I till 30J, and the greater por tion of the elements wijlhin whieli the euciuiy penetrated. Inhere i-j a fairly lively artillery strugg-le on (lie rig'lU of tlie Jleuse in 'the region of Cezjii vaux, ljouvjoy, and Woevre. aud tdic -eotorh.of .R-cg'iiiivdlc and Velio.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATEST. Western War. BRITISH OPERATiONS SUCCESSFUL. Harassed Germans. Many Casualties Inflicted. LONDON. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

THE LATEST. ? _«a» ? . . Western War. BRiTISH^ OPERATIONS SUCCESS FUL. Harassed Germans. Many .Casualties Inflicted. ' .? (Renter's TelcgTuan.) LONDON. Sunday. Meld ITarsihal llaig reports: Succcss Cul operations were carried out this morning in the nuighboiHiood oi' Letran bToy.* The whole 6T iltie objectives were gained, and' a C'Ganuianding1 portion o£ the, enemy's position captured. AVc look prisoner 350.. AVe drove back with heavy losses vigorous counter attacks Our casualties were very slight. We raided -positions' ' north-eastwards of Xeuville Sit. Vaaot, took priooucrs- ami dcstixjyed dug-outs containing 50 Qer niaiis. 'We had no casualties. Our patrols entered trenches and in jlicted' casualties north-eastward of Vermelloa. We bombarded positions iu the neig'hborhood cKC Serrc, greatly dam aging^the defences and liortth-caot of Arras dispensed working; parties. Our lire noi'Llvwards ,of Ilulluclh caught Hie enemy infantry, inflicting many cn^ual ilje.-.. -, ? . ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROBBERY AT HOTEL. Lady Visitor's Heavy Loss. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

ROBBERY AT HOTEL. Lady Visitor's Heavy Loss. SYDNEY, Sunday. , When Mrs. Alice Pongally, a visitor from Queensland, who is staying at the Crescent Hotel, George-street, Had occa sion to leave her room for a few minu tes a thief entered and stole bank notes of the value of £200, and several other articles worth £30. Such of the cable news on tms 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 be SO. , , , . , J I !

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLLISION OFF SOUTH REEF. SYDNEY. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

COLLISION OFF SOUTH REEF. SVDXBY. Saturday. ^ rolWMon o«aiPi-oci this afternoon off SimUi.Heef between the steamer Vic toria, wind, was lnnkinB vT ^fc^' and the American schooner Annie, Cnmp i/ell. Noitber of tho veflsols sustained Bewous damago. .^^...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOTOR CYCLE CONTEST. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

MOTOR CYCLE CONTEST. SYDNEY. Kiir-duv. i The huudrod miles motor cycic r*™ , at Utheovv last nUlH resulted: Skelvan , Ghallensor 2, Orchard . 3. Time, 2.28

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWCASTLE BEATS PETERSHAM. SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

NEWCASTLE BEATS ( PETERSHAM. SYDNEY. Rundiiv. ^A .petersham cricket team visited ^ Newcastle yesterday an'd the match re sulted in a win for' the local performers. Andrews, for Petersham, scored 107. Tlie scores were Newcastle 21-1, Peter sham 142.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRAINING OF MAIMED SOLDIERS. Australia's Problem. LONDON, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

TRAINING OF MAIMED SOLDIERS. Australia's Problem. (l-'rc»n Uiipt. O. K. W. 13oan, Cupyriglii (by the Crown.) I/OXDOX, (Friday Night. - The pressing question of training for usciul citiizeuE'liip tlioso Aus-tralians-^ ho are blinded^ or inauncd by the war, and who are tsunipoiurJly detiuued in linghuid j wai- grappled with by a meeting of Ayis tralians iu London ye&terday, wiio decid ed to diiiw u\- a, bchome. This partial miMsiuo, nhicli merely touches the. cor uoi- hole 01 tlio big problem 01 Aus tralia's maimed soldiers, will be entirely iiiclesa withouitsoino iar bigger organis ation, to whose hands these men who have iuftered by war can be passed on arrival in Australia. Australia, has to iaoe- tlio fact t-hiit jiuiless sucli an urganibation is in existence; equipped to receive men, iho anjontilus of idlouesb whicli will elapse liijy s|X-il many a valuablo citizen who otherwise might enjoy Me, happy and beneficial to liinibcli' 'and othea-e. It is a,Ho lieoassai-y to rea...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRITISH COAST SHELLED. German Night Raider. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

BRITISH COAST SHELLED. ^German Night Raider. (Ucuter'o TclcgiMin.) LONDON, Su'turday. It i-, oHicially an 11011 m«d that a small uiiidentilled German vessel approached* the Suffolk coast on Thursday night and fired shells. Thero were not any cas ualties, and iho damage .inflicted wa,i iu MguiJieant. , . The attack was mado botween 11 and TJ o'clock, ana.sliblls . wero urea tor three oninntcts.' -' Apparently the raider w«s in too great a Imrry to 'get Ui© 'proper .range. The nig'lit was pi'teh black. The gunfi created no alarm owing to the belief that it was a 'Zeppelin passing over the coast. Two star shells, which lit mp tho landscape for miles, preceded the bombardment. 'J'hcre is mho bpcculation concerning. (ih-j raiders' base. It is suggested tka.t it may possibly have been Zeebrugge, \vlu..-ro there are probalily still one or two dcstroyoKS.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VERDUN OFFENSIVE. Germans Claim Mile of Trenches and 500 Prisoners. French Denial. (Admiralty Intercepts—Wireless Press) LONDON Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

VERDUN OFFENSIVE. Germans Claim Mile of Trenches and 500 Prisoners. French Denial. (I'ubii-iicd in 'Tilie. Tinier') (Admiralty Intercept ?; — Wirele^ l'rc-s) 1.0NDOX. Fridav Night. A Gcrnmii ofiiciai inetsage wi.v-: — Ttio WV(,tj-haiiians iind Badenevs .siui-mcd tho trenches on Height 30-1, on a .mile front on tlie west bank of the Muv.se, inflicting wingxiiiiiivy ioj,-t(S and j tab'uiE 500 piKonei-s. A French nisrht counter attack fuJod. A J''roncJi communique states: — 'I'lio Germans last evening attacked at four points from Avocourt AVood to the ea.sV or Movt lloinino. Our iire drove then back to their trenches. Only .some of the enemy parties succeeded in penc Lra.ting the advanced trenches one the fcot,or of Hill 304. Tho enomy sustained very heavy losses, and lelt numerous bodies beti-re our Him*., especially at Avocourt AVobd. Seven enemy aero planes word brought down, including Jiicuu-naiib Gnyncmer's 28th and Lieu U'naiit IJeiirtaiix's H-lh. Our air &qnad- rons hea-...

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GENERAL WAR CABLES. ROUMANIAN SITUATION. Cold Stops Operations. Russians Holding Danube. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

GENERAL, WAR CABLES. ! ? ^ ROUMANIAN SITUATION. Cold Stops Operations. .Russians Holding Danube. (I'u'blL-hetl in 'The Times.') LOKUON,- Saturday. Mr. Boureluer, 'Uie ?'Iuim.-s' cones ])oudcut at Jassi', sytiitci. that the»inteiiMj cold has stoi-ped: military operations in lloumania, and Has increased the suifer ingi9 of tho wounded aud the refugees. ? 'illio eoiTe&poiideiit says tliat great m diguation is felt at Germany's removal ot neutial Miinivt-ers from Biicha.rest. He ) reraui-la that it was doubtless due to the American Legation sanctioning an uives t'sation ircfturding the diecovory of. ex plosives and iiiierolxw of dangerous dis eases bniiied ? at tho German Leation. 'J'Jio prespnee oi the representatives of nt-uiralh is al,-o ?undcsinibjo when tke KnUer meet his alljes. . . (Honters TclegiMin.) U outer's corre-spondent at Pcta-ograd sayo tihat experts- describe the Mtuation on the Danube, delta sis satisfactory. Tlio Hu.-Kia7i« arc dofondiuc; the Sufina canal, whi...

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SIR JOHN FORREST'S VIEW. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

SIR JOHN FORREST'S VIEW. .SV.DXRY Siwdnv. . Sir .Tohn Forrn-t arnved in Svdnoy vp -toi-day. and interviewed stated be did net approve rf Tinpeiial intervention vo ?jco rrting the- I'Vdural coalition being nsk Xl tnr. 'Wo onsrht *i be :il-V to worlc --ut nnr ov.u affairs witho'ifc it.' ho said. 'It mi -iv be nrjjiied that the i-eriod of th*1 ; vr ?Vs not the time for elections.- and nh-.it would ho indefensible in other c;r c'lHs+ianeos, niiigbt l-o ' jusf fiable xliirhij{ lib? war.1'

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMPIRE WAR COUNCIL. TO DEAL WITH MATTERS VITAL TO AUSTRALIA. Attitude, of Parties. Labor Caucus to Meet Shortly. Mr. Hughes Disappointed at Delay. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

EMPIRE WAR COUNCIL. TO D;EAL WITH MATTERS VITAL TO AUSTRALIA: Attitude of Parties. Labor Caucus to Meet Shortly. Mr. Hughes Disappointed at Delay. SVSDNEY, Sunday. .Mr. Hughes, interviewed yesterday w.'frli iT.lVrenco to an Australian rcpro ?-?ciiUiUvo's interview with Mr. ' Lloyd Gixn-^o. said that ow.inu; to some doii'bt jh to wliat the conference was to deal with, and tlie difficulty 'presented by the pwvsont mod'fted politdcal conditions in. tlio Commonwealth, be lvad hitherto pur posely rfeiramod From expressing any op- 1 inioiA's as to the1 iifccs*-it.y ior thtrdiject. | representation of AustiTal.^a- on thc^lSni- , vnro AVar Council', but 'Mr. Llnyd j George's speech now made it quito clear j tint the r«pr-5.entalivts of tho Domin ion-- on the caln'iKib would deal with mat- | tors absolutely vital to tite Welfare of j \T-!trali-i. and to the TCnpiio. _ | ^Fr. Tudor, Mhen intciTiewed.' *«.id that ho kno\v oF no prfra tiis^d attomnt | U- nrevent j\fr. Hii{?hc^ or any one else '...

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FIRST GRADE CRICKET. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

FIRST GRADE CRICKET. I SYDNEY, Suiiiliiv. The seventh round, of first grade eric-, ke-t ended yesterday. Results: — ' Sydney beat - Waverley on ? the first Innings 'bv 161 runs. In the second innings Kippax made 102 tor Waverley ,not out. ^. ' ? ' i '\Vestcrn*SubuPbs defeated North Syd ncv by four wickets. Western Suburbs 103; North Sydney 99. Vaddingion beat Middle Harbour -on tlie first Innings by 89 runs. -? University beat Gordon outright by six wickets. For the latter Shortland made 80. ? ? Balmain defealeri Cilebc by five runs o-i the first innings. Rateliffo made 85 for the former. ' ,

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Late Sport. BOXING. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

Late Sport. BOXING. SYDNEY, Sunday. Llcw Edwards knocked out Jimmy | Hill in the most convincing manner at ! the Stadium last night. He lauded a terri- ' li-c left on the solar plexus . and Hill j dropped to the boards, rolled over twice and then lay on his back and was coun itsd out. Tho fight lasted two rounds. Jimmy Clabby has consented to box I Tommy Uren on February 37th. / I At the Melbourne Stadium Spargo was i declared tlie -vviuncr over Enck in the flUecntli round. Tlie referee stopped tlio contest when Enclc was very qrojiacy. At Brisbane Cairns received the ver dict over Qucndreux on points. The de-'ision met with a mixed reception.

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PREMATURE PROMISE. THE[?}, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

PREMATURE PROMISE. (TJenler'is Tele-ram.) ' ' ? ' 'IMIK'TIAGUH. Saturday. General Huone, Governor of Antworp, j lins boon dismissed for promising in 1!)14 not to deport BMsian refugees. He lias been replaced by General ?SwihUl, Governor of Mauber&e.

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ROUMANIAN SUCCESS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

ROUMANIAN SUCCESS.,. ' (Reutoi's Telegram'.') . ??? ' LONDON, Saturday. A Roumanian official says: Despite the snow we attacked aud repulsed the enomv southward of the valleys * o Catbin and Sushitra after plovcn\ hours desperate lighting.

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NEW RUSSIAN AMBASSADOR. PETROGRAD, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

NEW RUSSIAN AMBASSADOR. (K.euter',s Telegram.) PETROGTU D. Satu i'dn y. The anpointniont of M. ^f''^ -T ? Ambassador to London is official!} an nounced.

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CANADA'S EXAMPLE. OTTAWA, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 29 January 1917

CANADA'S EXAMPLE. ( Renter'*; Telegram.) OTTAWA, Saturday. 'Parllaniont is ailiournintr till .Vobnmry 7, enabllnc Sir Robort Bordou to at tend tlio War Council.

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