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RUSSIAN REPORT. Enemy Not Having it All His Own Way LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917
RUSSIAN REPORT. Enemy Not Having It All His. Own Way (IteutPr's Hjplegrnm.) IX-.NDON, Tuesday. , Thfl \Riuwiflns import that ?prio'iny groups advancing altoi ,' fierce rifle -md nuioMno p,na fire, saiith-wesbward ol lirody-tw-ere driven ib'aok: An enemy of fensive nu Um Moldavian frontier ws'k dispersed, also enemy,, attacks north and south ol th©:.Citivss 'Valley were repulsed. Roumanian counter attacks xyuinpd positions on the K-iver Kazina. Despite conthwious tierco attacks ,0)11- Dobrudju def-aWliriientii wi'Midrenv to new posj.tiong'.
ENEMY CLAIMS. Fresh Successes Almost Everywhere. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917
ENEMY CLAIMS. Fresh Successes Almost Everywhere: Ofieuter's Tolegi'ami-) M-WJ)ON, Tuesday. A wireless German official message sn^-i: \Vo''ropailsediEnglish hand greiir lido attacks at. Vpws, raided trenches in -Argonno and on tho Menisc, and stormed several 'liill positions i-i tlio v/iLuzi . .v uiLvy . . i ...... ...... . . ........ ? Maokemsen forced tlio Russians lii Fur ther retreat: 'J'ho Austro-Germans are y.-ipproarihin's Uu* Pocsany-lhidnes bridge head positions. ? Bulgar-Geiunan forces captured positions eastward of Braila,' and drovo back' tduj enemy towards Ma cin. . ' ' ' . . An \ustrinn official n-ireless says: The Ausbro-Germans arc before, tho dnfen j-ivo lines sit, Brailla and! Focsay. The Archduko. Joseph progressed soufchieast ward of Mio Poailesci and Soveja re r'oiis. \V-* stoiDned several positions m nth-eastward of Harja.1
REPLY TO AMERICAN NOTE. In Few Days. South America Will Not Interfere. American Anti-Peace Propaganda. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917
REPLY TO AMERICAN NOTE. In Few Days. .South America Will Not Interfere,, American Arti~Pe?.ce Propaganda. (Khutor's Telegram;) IXXNUO.N. TuRAdny*.. Renter ? lcarna that .although tht- jVI liec! reply i-v President Wilson Iium been 'lialiod it- is' imprabaible that it will bo pi -evented for a.' i&\\ days. Jt is expedited uliaL the MethwliUwls hup, associated il seli ivibhi tbo United; States, while at tein.nts in' sci'-iii-ri Lhe co-onnration.; af Sr/ii:tili Amrica have not hwu with much success. Certainly ????^Brazil; tli-- Argent tiiiOj :ind ateoi''iserornl smalloi- States -t-i nol intend to take action; . s , (l^)ibli'.huil in 'Thts Ti'm-':,.'-) Tho 'Times' cbn-esf-oiideni; iiL N«w foi'lc,-' says : Many .-ilergymen arid eclii cationalists have appeakdi Lu American Christians against a. premature peace, quoting bho conclusion nj Jeremiah, (Jbli chapter 1 Ibh verse') and enumerating blio Gertma)i ouitrafces .atguinst .oivili'ifi fcioni, concludfiitg: 'If the war concludes v...
GENERAL WAR CABLES. DISCORD IN GERMANY. Peace Proposals Cause Split. Noisy Press Fight. Hindenburg May Surpass Napoleon. (LONDON. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917
GENERAL WAR CABLES. . DISCORD IN GERMANY. Peace Proposals Cause Split. Noisy Press Fight. Hindenliiinj May Surpass. Napoleon. (Published'..)!) ''Tho Times.'.') [LONDON, 'fuesdav. Thn ''Times'' says that bho peat© pro posals have mtenwiicd ihft s.]-lit between, t'lirt .rini-^Jenriiiniri nnd Ilio Mbdoirates. The IbittcresV feeling prevails among Rwentlow's .followers, iiicluiliri}!; Lli-e rem nioifc of tho Grown Prince's party,' who demand! Tirpitsi or bVlkenhayn ':ik Chnri cel'lor. (Hii-vcrul I'linccs an; supporting i.h;.' Or-hvn Prince.^ . - . A noisy press fight in proceeding. Some ^an-Glerman League branches til ^ claim thiit.n hu&h indemnity itnd thfe'jiiinoxfition. «.( bhe Kleimsh const ait CHiCiibhd,' Tiut tho JMod-?rates -(cs'(»'ili(\ L}h'.)ii as fanatics iih-) fools. t Hen; Sfhediieinnim's uUiUWKml,- that each «iili» should bear j'Ut invn costs has become ilie Moderates' formula.. - . Aleoiiwhile hamger among the working classes') is steadily incroasinfl: 'J'hn 'KolnL...
"THE SHADOW OF THE CROSS." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917
'THE SHADOW OF THE CROSS.' Mr. IDctwari 'Kflpatrick will open. a short season in Wamiworth, on S.itui-day, with the mysterious and fascinating oil painting 'Tho Shadow of the Cross. ' The 'studio ?will be in Peel-street, in a. central'. position, inJ-ordcr to permit 'all religious denominations to view the mys tery and ipossibly benefit from a study of a representation' of Christ, which has puzzled the'most eminent artists- and art critics throughout the world. Mr.' ! ICil -ipatriok will hold continuous 'receptions andi deliver explanatory lectures trom 11 to 1 and 2 to' 6 o'clock throughout the season. A small' chargo will ho made to defray ? expenses.
ISON'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917
ISON'S PICTURES. At . the ? above picture 'palace 'to-night Daniel Frohman will , present two Fam ous Players special productions entitled, 'Sold,' a five-part* photo' drama: ithat reaches the climax of womans devotion, featuring Pauline Frederick, the emo tional artiste, and 'The Straight Road,' ;the po.werful-drama-byCly.de Fitch, .-with ixiaays Hanson in four parts of motion ? pictures. In -adition.,to the two above special dramatic features a full .support ? . ing programme will be screened. ?' The management announce that another ] grand change of star pictures will ' be ] tscreenedi to.TOor.row night (Friday) to be- advertised in Friday morning's 'ftally Observer.' i
PEEL RIVER RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917
PEEL RIVER RAINFALL Following -waso* tho rainfall for 1191(3 on farm 48, ? P.R.O.S. area: — January; 307 points ; .eight wot days. February, 17p points; '7 wet days. March, -18G1 points; 4 wet days. ?'April, 251 , points; 8 Wl days. May, 14 points ; 2 wot days. June, 350 -points ; 13 wot days. ' July, 265 .points ; ll wet days. . - ?August, 259 .points;' i) wet days. September, 213 points; 5 wet days. . October, 297 points; 7 wot days. . ?November, 337 ipbints; 10 wet days. - ?December, 421 -points; 12 wefc days. V Total, 30.70 inches. ?
WALKING ON THE RAILS. Old Man Killed by Tram. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917
WALKING ON THE RAILS. Old Man Killed by Tram. HY1-N1'2Y, Wednesday.' An old mini, whose name ' has nol Been ascertained, whs Killed- by, ii train near Doonside railway h»uUoii thin inorn Inrr - Thi) face' Wi)H smashed iilmoKl hoyonil recognition unrl Din si'Iiki bro ken. .'.-?..?.- ?.....?. ? Tim driver on ~ki«-3I))k ii man walking' alonK the line in front b£,' ' the; engine blew his whistle, but the pedestrian'; evidently lost his -head as he leapt back on' the ryils immediately in front of the lo'omot lvn.' _ ,
MOTOR CYCLE AND CAR COLLIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917
'MOTOR CYCLE AND CAR COLLIDE. A collision lx'tween, a motor car and motor cyclo with sidecar occurred attho corner of'Peol andi Fitzroy' streets, Tam worth, just at dusk on Wednesday eve ning. ' Mr. W. - Robinson, who was as . tride tho eye}©, and 'his 'wife, who was seated, in liho side car, -were precipita ted to- tho ground. They both suffered considerably f rum . shock'', but' fortunately escaped serious injury. Tile motor cyclo was damaged.
FIREMAN'S DREADFUL DEATH. Dragged Off Engine. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917
FIREMAN'S DREADFUL. DEATM. Drayged Off. Engine. ! KY1-N1-JY, Wedncndny. A^ Ba'thurst locomotive fireman, nam; ?d Xlbert James Jamiesoni was killed ji a remarltaible martner. He was tlrint? an, the Sydney-JFIathurRt train.' Alter passing' Hartley Vale, ii ?hull, lia a on ,i passing goods train struck a flrn iron Jamieson wria using' ininKitm the1 tireiiia-n uif the engine; tie fell beneath itbe:. goods.! train. I'll h 'Ii'hm were severed iind the head an^l body frightfully laperated.
LATE SPORT. ASCOT RACES. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917
LATE SPORT. ASCOT RACES. SYDNEY, Avednosclay. Following are the results of the Ascot races : — Maiden .Handicap, 1st division: Jnnd '..amero 1, Orn'roreaRli 2, Baldcrodgory 3. Winner, 6 'to 4. -Second Division: Zolos 1, - lUlcctric -tight 2, Ayr Patrick 3. iVinncr, 10 to 1- I ? ,. Flying; Handicap: -Cerise' Colors l,1 v Cnnley 2, Benrohan 3. .Winner, 4 to 1. 'R.I .-Handicap, first - division : llumet liBon,' Accord 2, Cool Jim' 3. Winner, 4'to 1. Second Division: Ommolly 1, Green Strip© 2, Ca'rey Moore 3. Winner) 5 to '1. ' ? ' Approved! Stakes: Phyllis May 1, De , vntine. 2, 'lVizel' 3. 'Winner, 5 to 1. _ -14' Hands' :Handieap: Iola. 1, Inlying ?Arrow'2, Oiwit'3. Wanner,' 5 to 1. Ascot' Handicap: Fl'ambard 1, iienro ' him 2, Flamboyant 3. - Winner, 7 to 2. ?14-.2 Handicap: Melton. -unid 1-, Har trona 3, Madam Borio 3. A\ inner, 3 to 1.
PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917
PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, -Wednesday. . Tho small yarding-' at Alexandria to day was responsible for a fur.thor rise m values. Quotations: Wlieaten ' chaff, choice, 5/6 to 5/7,' -good' 4/l,-,medium'3/6 to 3/9; oaten ohaff,, prime .4/10,- good 4/3 to 4/C, medium 3/0', inferior 2/6; oaten li.ay, in ferior 2/9. Xo local sales.