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BRITAIN STANDS TRUE TO RUSSIA. AGREES TO CONSTANTINOPLE PLAN. Wishes Permanent Alliance. PETROGRAD, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

BRITAIN STANDS TRUE TO .RUSSIA. AGREES TO CONSTANTINOPLE ' PLAN. , Wishes. Permanent Alliance. (Reuter's Telegram.) l . ' PETJROGHAD, Tuesday. The British' Ambasaadbr' speaking- at 1 the Nqw -Year's banquet, said peace with Germany, whosc'hands were red with the blood of- non-combatants; was imx-ossib}c 'unitil , GeTman.y'& spjirit of niilitari.sm wafe exoreis^d. ? - , 1 Tbn1 A7Yi*hn«;=:nfInv vpfntpri iTio insinu ation that Jiritain w:i 9 trying to thwart Russia- ' ' - ' Jle delelares thni Britain whole heartedly assented to Russia's.. aims' rc g'aa-ding- Constan|;ino]ile and''x wished permanently to consolidate the Anglp Russian '.Alliance. , ' , '-''v'. ?He pointed out that Britain had ad)7 vancedi six hnn^-iVdrniillinn-, tptihe A\:;\ lies, for the -purcliasc of, wnrj inn ferial,' b«si(lesi'what she snjpplied diripct.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"RIGHT ROYAL TIN-KETTLING." Assaulted with Dirty Water. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

'BIGHT ROYAL TIN-KETTJLJNG.' ,, Assaulted with Dirty Water: As the ou.tcomo of the tm-ket^ling ot '?'» 'a young mai-ri.ed! coupje-ait North- Tarn- i worth recently, six ~def endamte Wftre pro- -jT 'oeeded against at the .Tamw,or,th Police - f Court, 5ind another in the .Ch.ijdren's '?( ' 'Court' oni Tuesday by Constabilo .Ohal- . , lander, for having; lbeha.vedi in a riotous, ?? manner. - ,- - . - »??** TJi© police stated! it yas ^ho .occasion of ai we^djng and) the ojpnejers. gaye -urn rJ, parties to the weddling ,a pgljt royal tin- u ketiling. However' no'' 'bad '^language -.,-,, was used. - , . J; 'it appears that a number of those who .. ,f participated, in the^wedding festivities -s ; tj oibjected' '(to tho proceedure of tin-ket- r, , tling and' reported the, matter 'to' ^ho po- ;i|' lite. ._ s . '' ' ' - v' 'Agnes Ann Barnes,1 Mrs. Ross M and _,' 'Rone Jahns pleaded 'guilty and sw'ere' each - ' fined! 5/, together ' with' 6/9 costs. ' 'l'' . The cases against Polly Lysaght^ Mr...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEAR BRAILA. GERMAN ADVANCE IN ROUMANIA. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

V :; fNEflfijBRAILA: GERMAN 'AbVANCE^iM ROU MANIA. ,,7- *? ?'*''?* - -, ^ -, ..(Heut^Vs^ Telegram.) \*y y'\*-'n ,oNl)Ou\ . Tuesday. A wireless Austriiip ofliWal says: The ^Hstro'-Gerjnnns- Jir&.'fishting their way forward, in 'the'iipp'or' valleys of Zabnla hX«ruha and Nutnnl ; ' 'Our bnttnl.ioiifi stormed several.' auc opssivD posifitins in tho Nnrja region. 'Tho onPi^y 's ,dofenrlin(5 ^wry font- oi growid. - -; ,' (i-ui)lif*hed in 'The Timos.') _. '?''?'? , ' LONDON,' Tuesdav. The. Germans are ten miles fl'om Draila. , ,, | jiiii.%'

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLEN INNES RIFFLE SHOOTING. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

GLEN INNES RIFLE SHOOTING. .«', -^From our 'Corres.pondent)y ,'' .The annual rifle shooting in connec- .*' tion with the ,GJen Innes Rifle T3Iub took '-' -? place on Monday, under favorable wea-1''1 ther condition's. ' The ' chief ' 'event was ,. the Glen Innes Cup, whic'h was won by , , Apmidale, and Jthe Cup was .presented to the captain of the'Artnidale-team'on the l '* '* range, by Captajn Nunn. . ? '. , . ' 'r Following are'' tffe resujts: — ' ? ? .v 'The' Glericos,''^ 600 'yards.?-.)'. Os borne (Red Range),, 34; C. Kuhl (Armi- '... ' dale), 34; E. ,J. Hodder (Ben Domond), ' * 34; C. Veyep (Uralla), ,34;- A. G. Good- -MV hew (Glen Innes), 34; ,C. Fallici:' (Arini.:''' dale), 33; W. Carney (Reef Range), 33; .1JL . A. Bower (Armidale), 3^; ' 3'. Mcllveen ? - (In.v'erell),- 33. . /'?'?' 'The Red Range,'. 300 yaras'.— -W. J. 'v!' Hodfler (Ben . Lomond), 33; J. Mcllveen .' (Iav.erell), 33;'' F.' JV'arsh~ (fenierfield), »-'f 31; A.'G. Gobdhew ^tG'le'n Innes), 31; C. - -, Kuhl (Armida...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTERN FRONT. GERMAN PATROLS ACTIVE. Enemy Artillery Livens Up on Ancre LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

WESTERN FRONT. [I GERMAN PATROLS ACTIVE. Enemy Artillery Livens Up on Ancre. (Router's Tetegram. 'LONRON, Tuesday. 7 Gfencral Haig ie.pcn-tsi;,,P'ntrol8 entered the enemy's ticnchos at spvoral places .. ,i-»tward of Armentieres. An enemy pntrol reached the lines southward of Pilken and was imm'edi;' ~-r,Lc,ly drjvieiii, ,.pub. ,„ ,„ ?,-, , „ '. , ' Enemy arbilkrv is somewhat more af t!vo^ northward of the Anoro. Theio is brisk reciprocal artillerying in the Tvoos) salient in the Tiei'gihborho'od of 'Fauguisharti-and, Ypres. A French {fomrnuniquo says: On the light, of tho Meuso b strong enemy coup di- main en?t of J-oshambrottes complete ly failed. ' 'It is ^ relatively quiet else ir hero.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE. Tho maximum shade temperature ? 1ri Tamworthi yesterday was 91- degrees, and ''^ tho -maximum temperature oil ' New''' Year's Day yas aJs'o 91 .degrees.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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"VERBOSE FIRST REFUSAL." GERMAN VIEW OF ENTENTE'S REPLY. Pity for Suffering Neutrals. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

'VERBOSE FIRST REFUSAL:' GERMAN. VIEW OF^ENTENTE'S REPLY. .'* ,' £ . Pity for Suffering Neutrals. (Renter's Telegram.) \ , LOXDO.N, Tuesday. .V wireless addresvsod \o the German Aniibassy uu Washington, says 'tlfc gene ral impression in Ge'i-many is that, the Entente's answer is n vorbrso first' re; tiwal t'o end the war..' ~ '^ It is especially regretted for tho sake of neutrals who aro sufferings from +ho v.-.ir's consequences. ' '^yX Tho message pointsi out' that, ib 'is re markable that tho answer mentions the rights of nationalities, despite tho con quest of Constantinople and tho Dard lamliles being one r-f th'e Ententes & vowed objects.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

ROLL OF HONOR. ? Mr/ W.iWise, ;vManilia Road, ' lias -re- VI, ceived', a- notification ' to. tho, ©faeiot that , '^ ?his: spn/ Sergeant. J. '-p. %1\V5sq,\'^a9 ad- '' mittedt -to , the , 5#h p^i+hern General * ,''( Hospital, ont 3rd;Deeenvber. . - ''' i . «1- ' , ' * * ' ?* ** ,» -? *. » 'i

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

, VIJAL SfATI^TicS. /'K -?''''' Following, -^i-o the. Tamworth vital ' statistics, -rov tho quarter, jiist!-: ended' ??— 1'''' Mai-rr,,R(is, 22; birth?, 12?, ((ft: mniw. Wr\\ ' foinalM); -lonfclls ]8 (ls mal - fife Jfe mains). - ,???''',

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUTLOOK FOR THE ALLIES CHANGED. Results of Somme Battle. German Invincibility Myth Destroyed. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

OUTLOOK FOR THE ALLIES CHANGED. I ' ' -Results of Somme Battle. German Invincibility Myth Destroyed. The war of 1917 promises1 well for the Allies, whose position is morally . ' inuch stronger than recent military events woulld lead one to ( suppose. For ?this advantage -we have' to thank the now, British Army at the battle of the iSomlnc. This is tfrc opinion of Lovat rFrascr, the famous British war publi cist, who, reviewing the the position, says: The whole outlook for- the Allies - changed between dawji and sunset on' ithiat unforgettable, day, the First of July. Ever since then we have gone on from strength to strength. When , -Sir Douglas Haig and' General Foch struck home on the Somme they did far more than pile up the German- eas- ? uality lists and smash liue after, line , -of ^he German': defences, Tflicy in *' -fiietcd a mortal wound upon the'Ger'nian cdaims' to military invincibility! They produced in the Allied Amies an in creased confidence and a moral exal tation whic...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

A TREACHEROUS TROUBLE. Kidney diseases are very dangerous. They come- on-' silently, gain ' ground rapidly, and cause thousands of deaths that; could have been prevented by [Proper treatment in the' beginning. Nature gives early warnings of kid ney disease — backache, twinges of pain when stooping or lifting, head aches and urinary- disorders. If these symptoms are unheeded, there is grave danger of dropsy or fatal Brlght's dis ease. Doan's Backache. Kidney Pills have earend a reputation for their effectiveness . in kidney troubles, and are known and recommended the world over. Here is a case. Mr. Clias. H. Irwin, who is employed at the Royal Hotel, Tamworth, says:1 'I had marked symptoms of kidney trouble for- some time. The secretions were thick and cloudy, arid my back ?never ceased aching. I also had bad headaches, dizziness, a dull tired feel ing, and, no energy for anything. 1 had great difficulty to get about, and my rest at 'night was u disturbed. I went on suffering, .for n...

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IRON MOULDERS STILL OUT. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

.'» IRON MOULDERS STILL OUT. . /- ' ' '? ? 1 ? - ? ? ' Jl ' ' . 'KVnXrrcV. Tiine'dnv. - Though -all the moulders employed by tie, + Railway ' Cpmmigsioners, refused wiark -to-dfry the conditions 'regarding jirivate employers are unch'angpd. Inhere airo no immediate prospects of a settle ment.

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FOUR MEN DROWNED YACHT OVERTURNS AT ADELAIDE. Two Men Reach the Shore. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

four men dr6wned5: ? ^ ? r^r- ? ?' YA.CHT OVERTURNS AT- ADELAIDE. Two Men'Redch thc':Shore. \ ' -'The outer.'-h6.rbpiv;at.i]i(lelftide;'wfi^ the siosne of a~ sensational!', -boating'1., falallty' yoster,day ^wfien ' through^t^e^oyertiirning. of -^ yacht; fdlir yo\-n*g men jwerei. ijrowi^ ed, vjz.-: Steven Luke . Artnur'''TJuK€,, Otto; Surman,''' a'^d Alfred 'AndeJgpn', j' V'-*1*^ ?' A bigfsea1 rolled in updiu,'w6-'c«:Hrt-irom, ait -ana,' swampea' it. ',surn»n-fCiunE- w th-- -upturned vessel.'. 'Stev'enjlliiike, 'h.ow- erer/Jet-'go and, struck put fdrljie north bVjik;, but sank. A-l'ttle'Jater'twp^ther mefnJbe'r^-of 'the party.'sW^im to 'the/.jihore' w.'ilfih- they reached .'in.1 an Exhausted oojndltlon1. » Search' t was -made for 'the inisslng men, but .was ? unavailing. '?r'; '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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CONSTANTINE CAST OFF. GREEK ISLANDS SUPPORT NATIONALISTS. Allies Recognise Venizelos. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

CONSTANTS CAST OFF. , GREEK ISLANDS SUPPORT NATIONALISTS. Allies Recognise Venizelos. 1 ' (T? enter's Telegram.) « ' LONDON, Tuesday. ? Tt, is officially stated that the Efin of Qranvillo- lias been appointed the Rrit ishi|Government's , representative^ with the i, Ve'nizelosi Provisional. Government at Salonika w-ith/fhe, title, of diplomatic affenfc. ' ' - Italy has- presented a Note to, the AlhenS' Government endorsing the Triple Entente's Jfote. TJenteri learns ^that. the islands of Peara and Irebros ,have Ihrpwn off al legiance to Con^tnnfjinc. '.* (Published m 'The Times.') '? - . LONDON,' Tnesdav. 1 The 'Times,' in a leader, says : The. Allies'. will blockade until .their demands are carried out. This- means lhc'Allie= won't stand1 further- nensense from Greece. The Bfilish Governmont realise? the necessity .for prompt jind firm 'action.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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LATEST CABLE NEWS. GERMANY'S LAST COLONY LOST. ALLIES ENTER TOBORA. After Hard Fight. Natives Rejoice at End of Brutal Rule. "They Who Have Flogged Us Have Gene." LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

LATEST CABLE NEWS. GERMANY'S LAST-COLONY LOST. ALLIES ENTER T0B0RA. After Hard Fight. Natives Rejoice at End of Brutal Rule. 'They Who Have Flogged-Us Have . Gone.' . (United Service. ) IjONDON, Tuesday. Details have arrived , of (he w entry I into Tobora,- German East Africa, of. the Belgian nanny and 35,000 Ugnndns } direct edi Tiy British transport officers f after a month's most, difilcu If fightinjr in the most dense bush, wherein mnny sol diers were lost., - . ' Finally the Germans hoisted the white ifag and commenced to evacuate' the tciwn, but a qow'ran amok at Uve railway' station- upsetting' trucks and en using rail stoppage, compelling1 the j GerananK' to return and fight on. for four, days when the position was finally un tenable, leaving 150 hospital onsps* and numbers of civilian's. The Belgians mnrehed in singing (heir national songs. The town wns beflagged with the Allies' colors. -There wns- trenien'dou? enthnsinsm. 'Thous ands' of Africans and Arab's welcomed the A...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"ENGLAND'S SATELLITIES." GERMANY TAKES COMFORT FROM AUSTRALIA. (Published in "The Times.") LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

'ENGLAND'S SATELLITES.' GERMANY TAKES COMFORT FROM. ;. ; . AUSTRALIA.^ ''' (Pnblis.hfld i' 'The Times.') f-V '.f ' ' LONDON, Tuesday. . Genmany is1 greatly interested. Jn the Imperial Conference. , , , - Tho 'Loknl Anzieg-er' bitterly refers to 'Summ'oning'-iOng-land's. Satellites,' 'Australia, .has already indicated that there aro'berffnin limits toJher rendincftS to miiilie saorificcs, ospecially as Gor niany does, not ^thr^n ten Australia.'

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ON TIGRIS FRONT. SPLENDID WORK OF THE AIRMEN. Rain Pouring Down (Published in "The Times.") LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

ON TIGRIS FRONT. . | SPLENDID WORK OF THE AIRMEN. . Rain' Pouring Down, ►/., * . ' (l'iiblished- in^ ',The Times.1') , Is LONDON, Tnesdav. Air. Candlor, tho war correspondent on ?tiheiTigris froii'ii'rsaxs'yi'o.FlyinE' Corps is putting up splendid' work - in 'raiding .'Turkish supply^'.cont'reg .and -engagin1? x«nd downing albatrosses.' , ? , '-; An 'airman rf-:oived 'the D.S'.O. ' I)ur %mg a night flight ho dlKcovered a 'JHir Jtwh onmboat towin':* a TJontoon. Ho flow baak\yard.-; nnd, toiwnrds to the aerodrome, the night long' getting bombs ?till lie stranded and shattered the giin iboat and pontoon? ^ , t Tho weather has lirokon and rain is jionrinf; down . ' -, -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

? BAD TASTE IN THE MOUTH. If you wake in the morning with a bad taste in yiior mouth you .may know that your livor is sluggish and your stomach disordered. A dose of Chamberlain's Tablets will oulckly relieve you. Make a practice of taking an occasional dose of Chamberlain's Tablets and you will never be troubled with sluggish livor or disordered stomach: Sold by Geo. Mai lal-y, chamiA* ? - ? BUSINESS NOTICES. B TSprsfijI Healed JbyGuticura I , 'Tria^Free' 'My son broke out on the foiehcad like ringworms which spread over the face and iindertliecliin. Theskinaround them became very much inflamed and itched very much so that he scratched them and they cracked and would bleed and became, very painful. The irritation kept him awake at night. His iace was disngured for the lime. -I thought 1 would try the Cuticura Soap and Ointment:- After usinn one tin of Cuticura Ointment besides the sample my boy's lace is clear again ' m'^VIVk'-' ^'fterg, 204 Batman if, W Melbourne, Vic, Oct. 28 191...

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WAR WORDS AND PHRASES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

? -? WAR WORDS AND PHRASES. A eoirrespondeii't in the London 'Daily Hail' recently drew attention to the coaumon use in the Army of the word 'Na-poo' coined by Tomony Atkins Irom, the French 'N'y a plus,' and ap plied by him to aihuio'st anything — -a, vil lage s'hop or its proprietor; as a sub stitute JGor the expres^on. 'Nothing do wgl ('I went to tlhe Wai Office— 'but narpoo'); a polite refusal ('I asked her to marry me, but got the narpoo)' or a false alarm ('We were all ready, tor them witJh fixed' ba-yoniets — but nar poo'). , ( Not only hats this Entente-Gallicism been, freely adopted by the men' at the front: it has fouud its way into com m'on use over herej and is often heard in' general convei-saiion among those who keep pace with the .times. In fact, f'Nai'poo' shares faith Dh'e German word 'sirafe' the distinetiom of being among the more popular of the many words and phrases associated with the Great War. , ' ' When Germany found that were not soing to stand aside while ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 3 January 1917

SOLD BY a. s''M?ALTON.'

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