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DAYLIGHT-SAVING UNPOPULAR SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

DAYLIGHT-SAVING UNPOPULAR SYDNEY, Woilnesdiiv. \Tlre secretary of ;the;Federated Min evs states that, the miners at Cobar re 'used to rail into line with tho itiiyllrht laying; scheme, . and , yesterday, 'started work an hour behiml clock, time. v

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPERIAL WOOL CLIP PURCHASE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

IMPERIAL WOOL CLIP PURCHASE. SYDNEY. Wednesday; Tho ili'*t wale under th.o Imperial (4o vommeui hchowie for tho purchase ot the. balance or this year's Auatraliun wool clip coin.men.ced in Sydney this moriiinK. v Tho lirst appraisements of the N.S.W. wool clip were made to-day. ,. It is anti Bipated the prices will' be about equal to last October's rates. ? . ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROUMANIA RESOLUTE. WILL FIGHT ON TILL VICTORY. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

ROUMANIA RESOLUTE. WILL FIGHT ON TILL VICTORY., (Published in 'The Times.') LONiDON-, Wednesday. Jfr. Bourchicr, Hie correspondent a Tassy, says the Kin»' - ispeech voices Joumama's determination to continue .he war till victory. 'The nation is resolute nnd confident Hie politician'- have closed, up Iht ?nnks nml duoppodi party polities. Al we supporting Ilie. Coalition Govern npntj except an insignificant minority.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"HONEST AND SINCERE ATTEMPT." GERMANY WANTS TO PREVENT USELESS BLOODSHED. "Allies Forego Nothing." VANCOUVER, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

'HONEST AND SINCERE ATTEMPT.' /GERMANY WANTS TO PREVENT USELESS BLOODSHED. 'Allies Forego Nothing.' Renter's Telegram.) VANOOTlVMIt; Wednesday. A Berlin wireless via. the Rayvill -vtuLf-i that Geiinany entertained tli icToa of an hone.st andi sincere iittmnp' to prevent Burther nsoless bloodshed. ' hislPiidl of lukinir nlaco round Hi peace tn.ble the Entente deliberation took i/iliicc id the Judge's chair. A.p parently (the Allior Forego nothing. T'os sibly th-'y will i)rfli'i(»n-'e neutrals ag'ains GeiTnany. It. is stated that, no nation has beei forced1 to' stniggle' so greatly because of the dtanger of bein'g siipprossed. fair dismembered! by neigtluboring' races.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN PRESS COMMENTS ALLIES' REPLY CLEAR AND ROUGH. No Possibility of Negotiations. AMSTERDAM Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

GERMAN PRESS COMMENTS ALLIES' REPLY CLEAR AND ROUGH. No Possibility of Negotiations. (Renter's Telegram.) AMiOTRKIDAM- ' Wednesday. ' This Germain press' Ciomments vitrioli I'nlly on the Allies' reply to the peace note - ' , The papers drt not dasg-nise that ii. is clear, . roiig-h, and1 not misinter|)ret p.ble. Tlie Allies refuse to consider tho Herman advances. ' ; - Astonishment is stimulated at the reason justiifying1 the rejection. The opinion is expressed' th'at all ik-s- sibility of further negotiations has di1; njppeared and at lust Uhc enemy plea oj' ii) diligence has fallen ten (he [round. ' The paper-, profess i^- be offended at the 'alleged! lone of presumption and. iu hiilt ctharucterkinig tho mply. The Austrian ^ressi Views arc couch cd in ihc Mime, strain. v The 'Loknl A.ngieger' Kays the. A lies' answer to the Gennan overtures, characterised! by shallo-wness1, levity «nc!' lying'.., Every German hand; Jo the very last imt.«l help to strike d'own Uip (iiiemv.. ?:?? ? ...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST CABLE NEWS. GERMANY INTENDED AGGRESSION. BUT PLAN COLLAPSED AT THE MARNE. Remarkable Admissions. Warning to the Small Nations. "Deadly Electric Wire of Central Europe." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

LATEST CABLE NEWS. GERMANY MENDED AGGRESSION. BUT PLAN COLLAPSED AT THE MARNE. Remarkable Admissions. / v Warning to the Small Nations. 'Deadly Electric Wire of Central . \Europe.' (Published in 'The Times.') Professor Meineeke, n foremost his torian, writing in- the 'Frankfurter Zeituiig,' arlimits tot Geimany intend etll'/miKtary'.1 aggression, but the bril i'ifinlly begun campaign, -collapsetl at Ihe Marne; which was' a strnt.esionl Fr.e'rocli success.1 . s- ? He also ndmit=, that the attacks u1 Verdun were -failures. v , He warns smwll' nations lo Uikc the example of the fate of Belgium, Serbia, Montenegro amd Bouimania. They im peril' tiheir. lives iJ' they attempt, to l.mteh the deadly electric wire of Cen tral Europe. The 'Time-.' re'-iircU this -h the most remarkable German war article yet pnlt lihlicili iind. is. tho firM, free ad'mission of the truth.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

Such of the cable ney/s on this page, so headed has appeared in 'The Times,1' aqd Is cabled to Australia by special pertnissioin; It should be understood that the opinions are not those of 'The Times,' unless txpressty stated to br so. ..??'? ' : ?'?.': ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAMWORTH MUNICIPAL OPERATIONS. Profits of Enterprises. Good Record for 1916. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

TAMW0RTH MUNICIPAL OPERA TIONS. ? Profits of Enterprises. Good Record for 1916. ?The efficiency' -of the mamigement-'Ol the various., !l'annn'ortli Municipal enter pj-iseiv'ds iii{/4iiu demonstrated; by the re port (if the Tamwortli Clerk (Mr. (-ny Ka.ble) «u the past year's operations. Tho report ?was submitted to tho Conn The Town Olork stated: 'Tlie collic ?tion -i»f rat os eloctriciCy- accounts, and sanitary fees lor the .year, 1916, shows an improvement, on tho previous year's figures! 'Hhe nmountf at present out .standinj; are 'as follows: — General rates current iitlOo/.'!/ ; gene ral rntofe; arrears, .£433/1-1/4 ; sanitary fees; oiirront. £JI78/!)/fi; sanitary fees, arrears, £4(j/4/(i;' electricity account!., thi) profit of working l.ho 'quarry whs e-'W2/17Af-, as against £986/2/ in 1915; tlio pn-iit of the. shale pit was £'Jffl/lJ)/.'!, as, against £295/4/10 in 1915. - vTho comparison of the quarrying costs i'. nlt follows: — Ij-'iniesto'ne, 1915, 4174} cubic yards, -5/3 ik...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAMWORTH TELEPHONE SERVICE. IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENTS. Underground Cable System. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

TAMWORTH TELEPHONE SERVICE. IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENTS. ?' Under) Gable System. In order to- provides for greater effi ciency, redtice tho cost of maintenrxnee, escape the dangi r of damage and dialo nation ot traffic owing to fires,: and pro vide it line equipment which vvill meet the teleiiho.no requirements at Tam wtn-lh for many years, the Poatmaster Oeneral's Department fa installing -iu underground cable system along IHp lti.-iin W'h'))hoiii- routes an'd aerial' cables from the end of undefgroimdsecUoha.to points where distribution will ' be moal effective. The sch©me providi h ' for four-way earthenware ducts from tlie l( lenhane exchange to the intersi ction of Peef and Kltzroy Hlrtvil', three way ducts from that lioiEt. along Fit?.roy-street to the east Mde of rail-way line, hence two w«y duots to C&nthage-street. From the iii tersection c.f J eel anil Pitzroy HIi-ppIh to f!u- intersection of Peel and Brisbane Streets (south-west corner) two why earthenware duels will b...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL SITUATION. LIBERALS TO ENTER THE MINISTRY. Laborites Want Mr. Hughes to Stay in England. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

FEDERAL SITUATION. LIBERALS TO ENTER THE' MINISTRY, Labwites Want Mr. Hughes to Stay in x .; Etiglarid. S'YDiStRY. Wmlnestlny. \ Melbourno wire Mtalfts that matters iu connection with Federal politics liuvc developed 1o » definite M;-j»e. Messrs. BomCord, Poynton, Spence .'-nil Archibald vvill jn'obiibly retire from the Miiiiatry' and be ronlnced by Messrs. Watt, Cook, Irvine, Groom, and Sena tor -evniiou. Places will also, bp tound for Mir John Porres) and Mr. r,nird Smith. It 'is expected thai on frlu Prime Mln Iiit-i r'H return from the. seaside to-night he will conic) with Air. t'ooR on tho subject of an. j).rrangement;for f.lm ku]) port of ih( Government while tlio Prime Minister goes .to England- lo,'atl,en-l ilie. Imperial Conference, . ? ? Same of Mr. Tudor's' purly - believe Mr. Hughes would remain permanently in England sifter the business of the Iio per'i&l Conference was concluded-'. \Ti . WiiliODy, M.U It , s.iy h(- i«. pif pared to lot Mr llugiiea tin In Englan...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEENSLAND FLOODS. ONLY HALF CLERMONT BODIES RECOVERED. Rockhampton in Peril. Enormous Damage to Railways. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

QUEENSLAND FLOODS. ,«?.'?.': ?.'?-? :;. — ?--?'?'? -? ijjL;' ? ? ? - - ?? - ..,-..,...,: ONLY HALF CLERMONT BODIES . RECOVERED. Ronkhanipton in Peril. Enormous Damage to Railways. £' YDNEY,, Wouncsfiny. Jlie lateht reports concern iu;- tho 'iueoji'iUindJloyd-i, hliyw thai 10 0(10 toui of sugar were lo^t. Thi Hood water© are pouring into, 'the upuoi MftVhpf, of ihi Praiser River. Vco. pli- lu lh-' low-lyijijj parta ol Uockhamn ton hay© been worried,' and gooda ftnd merchandise h&ve Jieou' rapidly rptnnvcd' to safety. ... The Iowa of Hvo stoclo l«- reported 10 l)f- tremendous. ' Lat- lasft nightjtelegraph commiunica ion wai re established, and eVe'ry avail able railway worker was on effecting repairs to (lie railway. There siro some hiid wasliaways. At plaeea the line h.ia been swe pi com pletely off '?its1' formation, and whole span-. of- bndn- s hiivc been wwb'ViPd away. ' It is J)-licw-) thit( eiily luili a-c l)6diies have, yet 'boon recovered. 'J'ho General :Trafflc Manage...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROUMANIAN PHILOSOPHY. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

ROUMANIAN PHILOSOPHY. ( R out er'« Telegi-am .) LONDOiN , ? Tuesday. M. Jonesou, in » stirring spufoU'iu th-'' Houmanian Parlinw«nt.-''snid: We- are confident- of victory. We. accept all the, p.iin.9 and all the sufl[o.rings'.since il will ?ho given- to 'oia -to vrite the epio.of Tloumaiiia. ?' .???'?? -

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
1200 TURKISH PRISONERS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

1200 TURKISH PRISONER^. (RpnWr'3 Telpff)-arn.) UKVTKI.n; Tuesday. A Cairo message --.( :t('--^ twelve hun dred Tiirlni.li prisoner arrived :md mur ched through the streets. They were badly clothed and mostly , barefooted. Their nges wre'frojn. ']« to 30.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCHEME FOR IRISH SETTLEMENT. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

SCHEME FOR viR'iSH. SETTLEMENT. (Renter's TeleRrnm.) -.-'LONIHLN Tuesday. 1 The 'Manchester; -.GnardJan-' , eays linid AVi'inboiirne has initiated » scheme for an Irish, settlement which fjlnyd George vmII tfii.bmit tn f,hp, Dominion Primp Mm ;'.ler-!. ^ _ '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONSTABLE FIRES REVOLVER. One Man Stops, but Two Escape. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

CONSTABLE FIRES REVOLVER. One Man Stops, but Two Escape. SYDNEY, Wednesday. ( imslnblc Power saw ihiue won Ito having iu a suspicious manner in Ciih tlereagh:street early this morning. Upon seeing the officer they made off. An they refused to jitop when called upon the constable discharged his re volver. One man: then stopped and held up hu hands. He fffopped two odcj^i new boots. The man whs secured. 'The others succeeded in getting away.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOLEN LETTERS. Taken from Kiama Military Camp. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 4 January 1917

STOtEW LETTERS:' Taken from Kiama' Military Camp. KYf-NI0Y, Wednesday. .inveHi lemony estabush tlio 1'nel that Hie letters found' .it the Gap, WdlMon's O;iy, »n Ni^w Yesir'K Eve, were all deli vered to Kiama mllitury camp by Uip postal authorities.-'* ' ' They had apparently boon stolen from the'eanvp/f by someone, who after opening them, 'discarded the letters at the Gap. ' ,.,.!-,-. .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

Such of the cable news on this 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.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

Special January Offers at the Palace of Trade. Costumes, Blouses and Skirts at Special Prices. \ , - ' . , /jS«*fVR?& I*!? At this holiday Season lathes arc 'de i WWvi MWs. Urn - birous '&E economising and we offer /MmnO \i *wfl/! splendid opportunities. /'//Am^JJMh . We arc showing- special vulucs'iiv Itches Uff/tiVl UUYu ' and' Costumos— Blouses and Holiday ? I till ill \ I v\' ' ''' ' '^h15130 oOCK's ompliusibe Hie fact .that the / ///! tin v\» VS. Palace oi' Trade cater for the' .public in / \\ ' \W \ \\Vv\ ' an cxco^cn' way. ///ilil V HftWVtt'N.vJ ^*ov' ladies, come along1' and 'see these ?? w^ilu \\ W U/ \l'^ charming' goods — quality, style and y\y W£y*!J0*-tJ ? ? price are alike pleasing'. jl *' Yoiu- selection cannot fail to prove l\ I ? ? ' satisfactory. CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, 284, 286, 288, 290 PEEL STREET, TAMWORTH. STOCK AND PROPERTY. FiUlM to Lease. — 1176 acres, 3 miles ^ from railway station, mostly red soil, first-class wheat and sheep ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(Reuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

(Renter's Telegram.) LOMiDON, Thursday. A Deli con-espondent says tho pre-ss aiid public opinion unanimously applauds ?the Allies' reply to Germany. It is reported that 'four wore- killed nad 25 injured in a collision between a ti-ain of holiday-makers and a light en gine between Edinburgh' and Glasgow. . Tlwo Zfirvnftiins were rlr«trnv-vl. hv tiro in tho shed at Tondorn, Schlcswig. The fire was due to a short circuit. Dutch papers commenting on tli« Naval Estimates say they -show that no incroaso of the DutcOi fleet is possible for some years. A Homo message says a- violent eartll quiiko occurred at Abruzzi. '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P.L.L. AND RECRUITING PRESIDENT TO JUSTIFY RECENT ALLEGATIONS. SYDNEY, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

P.L.L. AND RECRUITING PRESIDENT TO JUSTIFY RECENT , ALLEGATIONS. SYDNEY'. Thursday .Night. At the Labor .Council to-night &ir. Judd, municipal employee's delegate, charged tho President, Mr. Cahill, with having accused tho P.L.L. oxecutivo ot carrying a resolution debarring Labor ites from taking part in the recruiting campaign. !Mr. Oahill reuled the matter out of order as a' specially summoned meetio was necessary to consider it. Eventually it was decided to hold a, meeting on Thursday next to (teal with Mr. Caihill's conduct.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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