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GERMAN TALE. Exposed by British, Admiralty. A Balkan Incident. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

GERMAN TALE. Exposed by British Admiralty. ? ' A Balkan Incident. (llcutcr'b Telegram.) (Britibh Admiralty ?Intercepts': Col lected -by t.lic Wireless- Press. ) ' LONDON, Wednesday. ? A German wireless alleges that Pre sident Wilson is- protesting against Bri tish airmen 'bpmbarding DL-acna station before the departure of ejected dele gates and Consuls. ' ' ' ? 'Hie wireless alleges, that the ninnon were aware ?tOia-t tho delegates had to bo mot at the stations. - The Ul-iiibh Admiralty replying quotes tho official report showing that_ alter tho Austi-o-German and other represen tatives with their families and servants had landed1 at Kavalla, the air com mandant, at ? Xha&os, learning ot the German Minister's .request not' to bomb -Draana and Kavalla road for 'I hours I run tho morning of the 25th November a*j women laiidichildron ibolonging-to »the« |jtf-rations- were u's-iii-i the road complied and refrained from operations until the 28th. Tho onlj' attack on the 25th wa&a...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STREET COLLECTIONS. Only Those Recognised Before the War SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

STREET COLLECTIONS. , Only Those Recognised Before the War SYDNEY, Thursday. The Cabinet's decision to prohibit in future all, street collections, excepting those 'carried' out and recognised before the war will apply to the whole State; 'The annual hospital' collections in local centres would not be prohibited, but each case would be .dealt with on its ^merits.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTHER FOUND WITH THROAT CUT. Son Also Gashed. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

MOTHER FOUND WITH THROAT 1. ,'' ...-/.CUT-,-^,; ,r,,r;rrr Son Also Gashed. SYDNEY, Thursday. , Mrs. 'Callt, o£ Horseshoe Creek, Kyo gle,-was found dead in a paddock this jn6rhing with her throat cut so that the head. was almost severed. A 'razor was near by. Aibout'.the same time Mrs. Allt's son was found in an adjoining paddock. His throat was also gashed. He was weak from' loss of blood. ' The boy is in the hospital- in a critical condition.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MURRAY WATERS ACT TO COMMENCE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

MURRAY WATERS ACT TO. COM MENCE. SYDNEY, Thursday. ' - By Federal proclamation issued to day, January, 81 has been fixed as a day on which' the Murray AVuters Act of 1915, shall, commence. The Commonwealth Government is to contribute £1,000,000, and* each of the three States £1,123,000.

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

APPRAISING THE WOOL. ' SYDNEY, .Thursday. rue work oi appraising me wool pur chase by the- Inieprial Government was continued to-day, 'when two more cata logues were submitted. . These will be inspected by the appraisers to-morrow. The prices for 'the first catalogues submitted will be available to-morrow.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF SUMMER HILL VICTIM. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

DEATH OF SUMMER HILL VICTIM. SYDNEY. Thursday. Miss McLeod. one of the victims of tho Summer Hill shooting affray, died, last night. Tile other victim, Taylor, is in a cri-.i tiear condition. SYDNEY, Thursday. The slaughtermen's strike at River stone is over. The men jwill resume work to-night. Some terms' have been agreed to.' Others have yet to be ap proved. , ? ^^

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
5000 UNEMPLOYED IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 5 January 1917

5000 UNEMPLOYED IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Thursday. ,, ? It is reported that over ,5000 unem ployed men are in Sydney, due mainly to the closing down of many public and private works; also, to the inability to procure material on account of the war. More lnfensare idle to-day than in 1902

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRUCKINGS AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

, ' '' iTRTioj&TNUS MlLlAil). lljoinpili'd to'- Tbliu''yday, ? anuary 4, 1917 ^r'V. -'.'-?- ? ,- ' JiJqiy.tlife'TiuHriieU' ol'.Wh: Kid she.ep vans ordered, 75 euttle waggons or der«il\,.'-' ., ,'-«,,i ' ' . . it . i ' foe i'be jmaykets of 11th: 256 sheep ' yahs' orUere'(l,'-i'84. 'eti'tllo waggons, oi1 deretl. -' ? - ' ' ' .' ' -{For .'the' markets (vt 15th: 55 sheeji van11, ordered1, 17 csUlu waggons or dered. fc ..'.,, M ii' f -? I |,4||#j !Poii.;tli'e.-.m'aTkets.of-'18th: , 72 sheep ,vans'-:'ord'eredi L7- cattle waggons '(---'-r dered. ' ' '* . ,

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE SPORT. CANTERBURY PARK RACES. Tips for To-day. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

LATE SPORTS CANTERBURY PARK, RACES. Tips for To-day. SYDNEY' :Frida'v. 'Ifarly Bird's' tijw: — ' jMiudon Haudicnp: - Cowdal, Luxor, Hem. ' '/?/,.'' New Year's Uifb: TArd MuW, My Valm, )-avy Btiohanan. -/ ' ^ Nursery Handkhp: Mnnfvf, Fironsiit--, 'jady Bayard. | 'Park Stakes : Kagal Jncdniond, Chain Lightning. ' . ,jl , Canterbury; Handicap: Eirst Lessons 'Medley, PetrilLia. L Stewards' Mile-: /Aiilierie, ? Kwt-rf Slumboirs, Im lhilfeiur/ 'J»(;Ic Spur's' tij^i: Maiden' Eandicapj' I/uxor, Km hire, Picket Duty. / 'Sow Year's (Hfi/J I-avy Buchanan, | lnisi, dord Malt. ) i ? Nursery Haiuli^p, fCirinor, Hronzite, Oupoii Oarmon -I .'...' Park Stakes: ^/Oliain' Lightning, Red mond, Kagal. | Gantertniry Ffandieap: Mwlley, Jfm?fc lA=son; Challeii£e Ctosse. - Stewards' \lile: La Balfour, Auberic, Biaffcaorfl. (;/

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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WAR SERVICE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

WAR SERVICE COMMITTEE. ? A meeting of (he loctnl Wnr Service committee1 took place last nierlir at .the Mocllanics'! -Institute: Tile Mayor, Aid, af^Ijt'oii, presided. Mr (iuy Kable. the hori.'.'.'B'ec'reto:ry, road theivcorresipondence riK'.tJve(l from f-Jvxliif'., Three -lel(-f-ileH wero iipiiolnreit to u,H0«« 'no ueerultins conference in - ? Armldale — the, Mnyor, Alii. Green, ami Mr^Knhli*. , It was (linn unanimously deciclod 'to tulfe,n--1ivo »{aw io (.'ilnhllnh a local brunch of Tho Win The War League. ? '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANDOWA SHIRE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

MAND0WA SHIRE NOMINATIONS.. Tho following nominations huvo booi ?etto.ivcxl jn .connection' with . th-i ' forth cflininfi Mando-vii Shire elections: — A Riilins: T Garland, I'1 Ilaywobd, l(! Cveni(-r, uutl -*. McDoiu^d. , 1} Riding: ,\V. Blanch, iw. O. Bowman mil .Inlin Coote. * f! Ridinii;: -E.» G ?llutcllffo, mid floorgo Vhlio. There being pn\y ,two noininnllons for 1 Riding, th-' two nominees, tuivo been levcbired clontwl. - ?? - - J0x-i(!r. .T.'T. Byrnes after a record of I rood service ;dld not seek ro-election.; '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RESTRICTED WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

RESTRICTED WATER SUPPLY. ' / N- *.' ' '* ' ? , /', Mr. Bloirifleld, the Tamworth ltoliic Engineer, has iHsuort u warning to Turn woHh l'esiilenrK lo be care.fnl in the ukc iif/tho wiiteriBupiilj's ' ' : /Sprinklers and Khund-lield hoses will nozzles on will be^ permitted, but any Other means of ^mechanical distrib'utlor of woler will nol be ullenveil.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

/PERSONAL. ? Mr. A,',' M... Carter, of Tamworth, haw onli'ilcil in 'die' A.I. b\, as' a motot trac tion driv-!K! ami aop.b Into camp'imme diiifely.1 / i , I Mr. (Jhff Mickle burgh, of the Tam worlh Hlot(v Stores, has enlisted lor ae tivis gerv/eo abroad. Yesterday ufler noon'-Mr/ C.P.Keeble, mmuifter, on be Imlf of me bi,in, pre-sonicrt Mr, Miekle Imrp.Ii v/Hh-a handsome wriKtlut watoh as ti ratrk of th^ir esteem. Mr. Keeble wiSlu d'the youiiK soldier every succi t,H and. good' fortune; and expressed Uie hope /luir he would return with honors

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAND MUSIC AT NORTH TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

: BAND MUSIC AT NORTH TAMWORTH. ' Tho -Tamworth , Town Band will, wen ' th«r 'porraitlinB, roudw !i ]-rogrMnmo ol aacvtMl a»iill other vmw on 'the Vuifluot I?.esprv-»( Nculh TumworUi', on -Snnday ' nielli w\t, f hmnfenVing \t S.SO. There ? will bp no collection,' --\ (

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY BLAMES ENGLAND. For Peace Rebuff. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

GERMANY BLAMES ENGLAND. ,Fop Peai'H Rfthuff. x fPublished in 'The Times.') LONDON, Thursday. 1 Ho 'UJtll|y -ivlinr: roueHpomtent, at Amsterdam says'rrtipst of Lho German nowspapers nm bupy discussing how to punish Englundj wljo is solely to blame lor the-peaoe rcbuiff. ' ' . llerr Zimmermlip KUKgP'ilij that Qor Soudan, admittine that Am tralaeia i not hiildiililo. /-'/ Dr. Karl 1'iyl^rn in^the 'Taegiisch Rundschau ? Kiif;g-fil« r'a great' oxpedi tion a!i,'n«(jl. EMJ'pt, iilsu a ileet oi Zop polin.; lo blow at the Admiralty anc House ol Coronions. where poisonou spoochos . and libtilfe resound. ,

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

, .,; MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE. V; TusUmiiivnm sh.ide lr»iiperntiii-o ' in . Tami^wtli'Vyeslerdnj-. was 95 degrees. -.

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WILL 1917 SEE PEACE? Only Possible Way. Defeat of Germany in the Field. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

WILL 1917 SEE PEACE?, Only Pussilile Way. Defeat of Germany in the Field. L()NJM)N; Thursday. lior/1 Selhoin^ in si -.jHXfllh declnret that \\i wau erroneojvs and misciiinvcu lo prophecy early peace. II was a' pui delusion U» suppose that liw) ,-r.eni would accept h-rii«. favorable; to iln- i'lii tente. A correspondent of tho '?Westminstf OiiMotto1' .sL(liml/;'1ihtii- tho c-m:'-i''1 hotK1, that llio warvis likely to cnd'iii IU'-7 is not unreasonaihle but warns/i'S i'mjii-e ,%atiTJ,hj! real pfflvcr Jxnrm&m is i;r.'i »:uy. Oonsiderarbion of fnpalmly smd economic question^' -1d tiol; enter- 'nitii th« question. ' Tho iood conditions «)'e oertainly acute; l|ut unless/ the Allies secure a, decisive victory /in' the ^iolil . a lon;r war will stretch akfaii 'because the Prussian, military castor retains contro of (Jfli-many. /

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE TELEGRAMS. IS MR. HUGHES TO GO? Federal Situation Still Obscure. Parties Meet Next Week. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. - - ♦ ? ? T ? IS MR. HUGSHES TO GO? Fuderal Situation jStiSl , Obscure^ Parties. Meet Next Weok. ' SYDNEY, Friday. .V special meeting of Ihp federal Cab inet waa' held lo itay for Iho nurpoau of considering the'Imperial Conference arid the positicui of tho Government. ? At (lift conalusfon of Hib meeting Mr; ?Hughes declined to (say anything about it more in an Uiut tlu Government had reviewed; the noslt ion. ' ? H« added1 that any^ negotiation s be tween Uio Ministerial party and the Jjil-- erals lm-l onthiny, to do 'with' his going to London or his staying here. ffi admitted liowevtr, that --the politi cal situation would be affected. V, A meeting of the Liberal psirty to con sider the position will bo huld on Tues day or Thursday msx-l if all the members are not able to reach Melbourne earlier.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORE PEACE TALK. GERMANY AND AUSTRIA PERSISTENT. Pope's Ald Sought. America Warns Germany. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

MORE PPCE TALK. GERMANY -AND AUSTRIA PERSISTENT. Pope's Aid Sought. America Warns Germany. .. f Renter's Telpfirnm ^ IjONDOM, Thursday. Tho German public h;is xeceived with mixed feelings 'Gourit 'Au-lriiAsy'-i &l^io- mrai.ts Chilli poaoe oanditions will be imiiii nuinicuted to I'rm idenb WlImhi. One, piiper states (!(nmb ATi'dr'assy lmi- ii. reliables sourco -of information. ll-i irequ--ul.ly act6 as cuudiduntiiiil agent, ne ivieen Ueilin and Budapest. Tins 'tTagoblatf asserts that (icrmnri.) Iiiih already comunicnted peace fct'rni!-. U President Wilson. A ]{-wne i«(X^f«gn asserts that th( Popo has l)r-i! informed oi Germany's twnis. - Swiss advices 'state thai Oermany i1. prex-aring im'am'bitious propcsals najv !ul)liv of becoming the ba.siu of negotia tions. ' ' ? Berlin denies Lho rumors. , A c.]K-cinl oourior brouglvfc the JOin-' peror mid Empross of Austria's letters: urgently asking fcbo Popfi's intervention. Zurich reiwrts ihat iho German J'1'!- roi(»n Ministei has a...

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ARISTOCRATS OF LABOR. Coal Lumpers Earn £7 a Week. Strike at Mortlake. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

ARISTOCRATS OF LABOR. Coal Lumpers Earn £7 a Wfifik. Strikij at Mlbrtlake. . '. SYDNEY, Friday. The Industrial law i.'t to ho put into 'nil operation as regards 'fho strike of ;oal lumpers tu Mortlake gas-works; 'lv]ie Minister f6rsilndustry points out i that the dumpers V/h'o work in sshhk of ive average about ,u7 p'or w- ok lor man or Uiirly hours' actual work. If men who woilscd nnrtfr such good 'orditiony could Hitddonly take action which might wain deprive the public' of; ^a., supplies then the community w«is ul the . mercy of ihi, highly ortjautHod ininnH. ' ' Tfiiw was a csise in which the-' law mist lift strictly enforced and tlie ne 'o 'utrv nl-v to thiH 1'iul was being i:il-on'-'lo meet It.

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