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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

- CRICKET. 1A' match' will be played; on the Oval on Saturday next, starting- ni 2.30 p.m., bebweori the banks and Mr. G. M. Mc Donald's team. Following is' the Bank's team : — Gay, Roberts, FiVizeV, McGregor, Ilev. Taylor, Alcorn. Adams' E^Iick, Chamberlain, Finn. Parker, Wiseman. ?Following: is McDonald's team: — Smith, Read, Sleel. Le Blnno', Kelso, MntlieRon. oMorc, Swan, Sonny Ion, McDonald, Stewart, Kennedy,

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

ARMIDALE. ' (From our Correspondent.) ' Another week's, poor recruiting must bo reported for the ATmldale' .'depot, (hough, now the holidays are over, it is expected there will be a .substantial in crease in the number of men coming foiiward. The present week began on I Monday with one man^offoring: He was' successful. The new recruiting staff in- 1 tends making a start with the ensuing campajgn straight away. . The recruiting figures for' December leave Armidale easily in the lead with' 10. Then fallow Walcha 3, Tamworth 3, Dorr'igo 2, Sydney 2', Tenterfield 2, Walcha Road 2, and other centres only I each. K ^ Mrs. George Cooper died at her resi dence Mount McDonald, Castle Doyle, on Sfiturday' night, at the early age of 31 years'. Death resulted from pneu monia. In addition to her husband she leaves seven young children, the young est being only about a month old. The funeral took place on Monday in the Methodist cemetery. His Lordship Dr. O'Connor Celebrated two Masses and preach...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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THE ARROW THAT FLIETH (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER VII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

THE ARROW THAT FLIETH GUY THORNE, Author of 'Mantrap Manor,' 'When it Was Dark,' 'Made in His Image,' ''First. J.t Was Ordained,' 'A Lost Cause,' &c, &o (COPYRIGHT.) , ? CJ-IAiPTER VII.T— Oontihuedi. Ballina started. 'I am sure I do, not want a doctor,' he s-aid/ a little crossly once more. 'It's mental worry that is troubling me, but, well, there, if you have done it I suppose I had better see him.' 'The doctor is in- the dining-room, my lord,' O'Mailley .answered. 'Then show; him in,' the peer replied and in a moment more , a thick-set, clean-shaven, Middlerafreid -.mail' iu ; in grey frock coat and a large black pearl in Ms silk cravat « came briskly into the room. * '?Well, Doctor!' Lord Ballina said, getting up from his seat an'd shaking hands, 'my man has brought you here without telling me anything about it, though I don't think there is anything the mutter. I have been very worried lately, that's all.' 'That, Lord Ballina,' tho doctor an swered, 'is quite as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

CASUAL COLUMN .ADVERTISEMENTS accompanied by cash for this column are insertad ot the rate of 18 words for 1/, and 6d 1 for each additional 9 words, or iart ' thereof. ' An additlbnal'charge of'Cd. is made for booking. - ' ? WANTED? WANTED.— A Good General Servant; also a Woman to do laundry work , -weekly.' Apply, Mrs. J. E. Adams, Carthage-street, Tamworth. WA7NTED.:::;XlJeTerair~App'fy) Mrs ,A. ' Doolah, Attunga. , ' -- \ WATNTEDT^Good^Hbusckeeper or Mar riecl Couple. Man understand stock and do general station work. Ap'ply, 'oisson, tjienaen, Manilla. WANTED.— To Purchase Two or Three Good Well-bred Durham Bulls; or will exchange, mine are 6 years old. ' Sis son G-Ienden, Manilla. WANTED.'— Winding' Engine.~Drivor7 competent man. Apply, Manager Bell's Creek Copper Mine, via Bar raba. ~s WANTED.-^Good reliable GfooirTand 'igeneral -work about hotel. Apply, ?Belmore Hotel, Scone. WA'NTED7=:Glf l'~to' 'do~Gonera[ ~Work'. _Apply, at once, Commercial Hotel. WANTED— Houscmaid~~i8/,,, ...

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BRITAIN NOT LAYING MINES AMSTERDAM, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

BRITAIN NOT LAYING MINES (Router's Telegram.) AMSTERDAM, Thnrsdayr Dutch papers scout the German ac cusations that the British are laying mines and point out that.no sane per son 'believed Britain would lay mines on British &en routes where cnomy ships .re non-existent.

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HOODWINKED POLES. GERMANY QUALIFIES FREEDOM. No Exemption from War Burdens. AMSTERDAM, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

HOODWINKED POLES. GERMANY QUALIFIES FREEDOM. No Exemption from War Burdens. (Renter's Telegram.) . AMSTERDAM, Thursday. - A Konig:=berg;le'legrunvsays Von Boss ier, Governor-General of Poland, has warned' the Poles that the German pro mise of independence does' not mean that Poland) is completely independent andi exempt i'rom war contributions. He appeals for/ready obed!ience,.to the re gulations of the Germans, who are at present 'representing; the Polish au thorities.' '- '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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GREECE' YIELDS. LATEST ALLIED DEMANDS. Blockade Too Strong. PIRAEUS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

GREECE'YIELDS. LATEST ALLIED DEMANDS. ' \ Blockade Too Strong. (Published in 'The Times.') PIRAEUS, Thursday. Everything points to the Greek Go vernment's acceptance of the Allies' Note with the usual mental reservation. Greece is severely feeling the blockade. The working and strug-g-linc: masses de sire the granting of .guarantees and reparation as.sooiT as possible. ? v Some officers talk excitedly of' the impossibility of the Allied demands.

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KAISER STILL TALKING. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

KAISER STILL TALKING! (Router's Telegram.) LONDON ' Wednesday. . Router's . Amsterdam correspondent ,!?iiys that replying in the .ueiehstag to the ? President's Now Year congratula tions, 'the Kaiser remarked: 'I a.m at ouo with the 'patriotic Germans iu wi ihakehible resolve to make every sacri fice for victory.

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EMBARGO ON COAL FOR NORWAY. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

EMBARGO ON COAL FOR NORWAY. (Renter's T-elejrraiii.) LONDON, Thursday. - Great 'Britain ha* proliibited the ex port of coal to Norway. 'llie British l^egation at Christiana ex plains that this step was due to the un satisfactory ?'Winner in which Norway carried out certain obligations. , The Norwegian press is perturbed. *

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GREETINGS BETWEEN BRITISH FORCES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

GREETINGS BETWEEN BRITISH FORCES. (Router's Telegram.) LONDON, .Wednesday. Gouera.1 Haig telegraphed to ? General Murray his congratulations on the .great -ucccss at El Arish. ' General Murray replied: 'The troops, are most grateful for our big brother's congratulations.' ? Hopeful New Year wires -wore exclian ged between all tho expeditionary for ce's.

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NEW KING ARISES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

NEW KING ARISES. (Router's Telegram.) LONDON', Wednesday. ' 'Plui Grand Sheriff of Mtoja has been notified that liis assumption of tlie title of King of Hedbaz hns been deiinitely recognised by Britain^ France and Italy

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMERICAN LINERS OVERDUE. LONDON. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

AMERICAN LINERS OVERDUE. (Router's ?Telea-ram.1 LONDON. AVednesdlav. ? lliore is anxiety in New York in re ?spect to the ^overdue steamer Georgie. Another liner Voltaire has about been given up for -lost. It was probably min ed. ? - ' * v.

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GREEK ROYALISTS DEMANDING WAR. Hatrel of Britain. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

GREEK ROYALISTS. DEMANDING WAR. Hatrel of. Britain. (Publibhed'-in 'The Times.') LONDON, Wednesday. Ihc Greek League ot lteservists is at tempting to excite feeeung against i-ho Kntenta by sei*vices of thanksgiving yi provincial: towns of Old Greece for the preservation of Consto-ntine from the bombardment of tho -Allies' fleet. Royalist papers at Athens are uioit violent Jin their, attacks, ion the lin-tento, especially Britain', An immediate de claration of wa-r' against the, En lento is even demanded. ? \

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REPLACING SUBMARINE LOSSES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

REPLACING SUBMARINE LOSSES. (Published in 'The Ti-mei..') LONDON. Weduesday The- 'Times' ' Ametcrdam correspon dent says that a neutral resident oi *Koil suites* that the fopd difiitunbane'es 'are not serious. The workmen in the Gev liiaiuo. dockyards . who struck, were sent to the front. The principal shipbuilding activity is replacing the submarine loss es, whidh it is admitted- have hecn enor mous. .

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ALLIES NOT POLITE. Germany Must Use Every Weapon. "The Killing of England." LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

ALLIES NOT POLITE. Germany. Must Use Every Weapon. . 'The Killing of England.' (Router's .Telegram.) .' LONDON, i.cdiiiesday. 'L'he bulk of tlito Gdnnan.,pross has fallen into line,' and is now- rattylng the public to tlie utmost efforts. __ . A typical coanment l-y the 'ltbeyii^Jio Wotraeliscso Zeitung' .stat'es: '' HJur anemies' decision means war to the bit tor end. They do not even use -polite language &o we must- now turn every sliiirp weapon towards tho killing of Jingliuid. , ' ?

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GERMAN CLAIMS. Successes on Both Fronts. Mackensen Advancing. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

, ' .GERMAN CLAIMS. . Successes on Both Fronts. Mackensen Advancing. '(Router's Telegram.) (British Admiralty Intercepts. ' Col lected' by the Wireless Press.) LONDON, Thursday. A wireless German official report says : The Archduke Josef repulsed with heavy losses strong attacks against Mount Fal-eascan. We stormed several hills be tween the Susita Valley and the Putna Valley. . '-' We repulsed a 'flusso-Itoumanian coun Iim-' nl.+.nfik-. nud occupied Barsceci and Topezof after a battle. 'Mackeiusen. is further progressingj and .stormed three positions in the Focsany region. We pushed back the Russians in Dobnidju despite stubborn resistance.

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GENERAL WAR CABLES. HUNGARIAN GOVERNMENT DOOMED. Opposition Success Due to Food Shortage. Wholesale Starvation Threatened. New Emperor Determined on Peace. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

GENERAL WAR CABLES. HUNGARIAN GOVERNMENT DOOMED. Opposition Success Due to Food Shortage. Wholesale Starvation threatened. New Emperor Determined on Peace. -(Router's Telegram.) ? LONDON. Wednesday. v .An Italian senii-'offidal message de clares, that Count Tirza's fall iu Hun gary is imminent.. The Emperor, Charles gave an audience to the Opposition leaders, Counts 'Aud- rn&?y and Aupunyi, conferring the. high est distinction upon thoin. Tlie Opposi tion -success is due to the food 'shortage, which threatens ^-holesalo starvation by June. - A largo number of disaffected persons wcro arrested on the eve of the Corona-, tion. - - . ? Numerous correspondents in Switzer land and Italy assert tliat the Au&tro-- Hungarian' distress --is Critical, and that the Emperor Oha-rlos is determined - to .eocuro peace. ' ' ,

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THE WAR. ALLIES' REPLY TO WILSON. Will Indicate Preliminary Procedure. Germany Discloses Her Terms. Sent to U.S. President. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

THE WAR. ' ALLIES' REPLY TO WILSON. Will Indicate Preliminary Procedure. Germany Discloses Her Terms. Sent to U.S. President. (Iteute'rs 'Telegram.) LONDON. Wednesday. Hunter s correspondent states tho .-illics' reply, .to President AVil&on it, still being drnltcd. , . ? ANnoioas, tiie^reply to - Germany - whs purposely negative 'regarding terms, it r- cxpeuted tho answer towards 'Wilson will indicate, inoro precisely' the only pre liminaries wherem the Allies are prepar ed to negotiate. , ? Tlie, 'ITraiikrurter Zeibuug' . says Counv Aiidnssy has announced bhat tho Central Powcrfe' peace terms have been communicated to President AVilson. '' in tho 'American Senate the debate on the subject 'oi support for the Presi dent's Note. was on party lines,. Senator Lodge- caused a real stir when ho attached Count Bernstorff for voic ing approval of the. Note -in his public iiurrvicw. ?Senator Lodge added that -svith suoli a st'otconent as that it was hardly to be flouderod at that th...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

PERSONAL. Mr. G. W. Miller has received inlor mation that his -son, No. 5137. Private A. G. Miller, who has been lighting-, in France since August 7. has been admit teil to No. 4 General Hospital, suffering from an injured ankle, and 'that holms been transferred to England Hospital.

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STRUGGLE FOR RODMANIA. Various Wireless Reports. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

' STRUGGLE FOR R0UMANIA. Various Wireless Reports. (lleuter's' Tolegrain.) (British ,Armirulty Intercepts. Col lected by the Wireless Press.) ;'L0XI-0N,- Wednesday. A . lUissiali ' otticia-l bays: aiie, enemy in ^he . Zalagor region entered a trench and were ejected.' ? The e-neuiy on the - Moldavian frontier twice darried out an offensive at lCotuiniba on the fculeha Iliver Valley,' and were everywhere re pulsed. ' ' Wo regained .portion of the trenches , on' tho heights*1 of tho Itoumanian fron tier, conducting an attack 'northwards ot the- Kaxino river'. Tho Roumanians drove fhuck tbo enemy eastward of Sop chan and the Upper Sucliiza, river. Cav alry pursued' them.- The oiHHiuyj who were reiuf onfcd, pressed , back the llou nianiansj to the former positions. A Kus sian rifle regiment took by assault the village of Dilianku, taking prisoner 213. A German official bays: Maciu and Jayita were captured. An Austrian official says ; The Austro Germaiib expelled tho enemy 'lrom, Miora, ...

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