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"NOT RUSTING, BUT RUSTING." LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

,' ? ; ? ? — 71' , I' ' 'NOT RUSTING, BUT RATING.' (Kt'ntt'T1^ TelegrniJ) . ' 1,ONir-ONJ'hur';dn%-, ? A Berlin, poper deelar^ Unit U«^ it only n^: It »das: flVho .h«p» o pnM^ Ihe UtoJi menif* in «WPPmS 'after the war? .* r

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEENSLAND FLOODS. Heavy Losses of Stock. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

QUEENSLAND FLOODS. Huavy Losses of Stor.k. ? SYDNEY. Fridav.. A roleflrani fjoin iMchuioiiil in / Iho North^West of Qur unhand «1atiPfls 'the Itooii waters aro sixteen miles widis at Nc.'da. ' ?' '- All stock, 'including 10,000 slieep.ihave been drowned fit Majuba Station. A trolly service is coming into opera tion lo-duy between Capella tmd Cler niont. ?. ? The northern railway is several fne1 under watw. ' In places passenger mails and passen gers yro bi inK1 transferred in ihi lxwts a,t Cape River; - All services are greatly disorganised .

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH TRANSPORT SUNK Nearly 150 Missing. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

BRITISH TRANSPORT SUNK. Nearly 150 Missing. (Renter's Telegrnm.) ' ti ......... ' :'... L0NDQX. Thursday.! ?Tim traiiKport. ivcrniii,. ii.zvk .:-pe was sunk by u submarine In tha Mf1'' terrcunmm Over J5I) nro -iH.lm:. to The Inv'ornitt wwa Bivbmarined, Uiti'w] \veather; Pour lnilitary officers wan Hfi1 -nen are misslnft Tlie ships1' fwajwl tiea are not ye| known. It in hoptft \no only officer^ miHsinf? are Iho sfW'' and chiei' englnee'r. ? / ' Tho Admirally -Uuies Iho uie* xam ing 'from Urn lnvornlu nmnb«r XW, wnllo H8 members of Ihe crew are n/accaun toil for. ' / v

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ARROW THAT FLIETH (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER VII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

THE ARROW THAT FLIETH ^ . — — — «» ,. — — . , BY GUY THORNE, iuthor of 'Mantrap Manor,' 'When it Was Dark,' 'Made in His jlmage,' - 'First It. Was' Ordained,'' 'l£ ' ? Lost Cause,' &c, &o. (COPYRIGHT.) 'QHAPT3BR V-Tt.— Cbntinuedi. Lord1' Balliiva lit ^a cigarette again. - .This time he did not throw, it. away. He was thinking deeply. 'Florence,' 'he saidi to himself,1 'it was to Florence that the people at the bqnk said Ar 3her andl Muriel' mig!ht possibly be go ing, though they were very doubtful .tpon the- subject. And then again, there .9 t'hat mysterions Italian' who drove the motor-car away frtoin our own yard, and' dirove it very well- too, tliough I bet my life the man is not a chauf feur. It is a strange coincidence the d'ootor s'hpuidl (have '^mentioned Flo'r eaiice, but it is a good omen. And.' I selieve in omens, alt Irishmen do, and 1 we of Balldna, jriore esperially. I -.will ^0 -to 'Florence to-morrow, as the doc tor said.' lie pressed the electric butt...

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

CASUAL COLUMN ' ADVERTISEMENTS accompanied by ' ?'' cash' for tfiis- column' are ihsertsd at ? the rate, of 18 words tor 1/, -and fid ' f-ir each additional 9 .words,- or, i art thereof. An additional charge of- Cd. Is 'made for boohing. - ? ? ' wanted: ' ~ WANTED.— ^A Good General' Servantf also a Woman, to 'do' laundry work weekly. Apply, Mrs. J. E. Adams, Carthage-street,. Tamworth;; ' , WANTED.— A General.-- Apply, Mrs. A. Doolan, Attunga. ? ' ? WANTJfll). — Good reliable - Groom and . general work about hotel. Apply, 'Belmore Hotel, Scone. WANTED. — Housemaid IS/',, LaVm?.ress 25/. Apply at once- to Matron, D:s -trict Hospital, ?.Tamworth. WAKIIED7— ?& ~AianTor~Boy, tor' Dairy Farm. Good \y,ages. Apply, T. Sip pell, Pungowan! WANTED' — Good Smart Man for Dairy Farm. Wages 30/ a week. Apply, H. ??Maher, Dungowan. WANTED.— General. Three in fain il y , no children; also Woman to wash and iron. Mrs. H. A. Blomfteld, Carthage street. Tel. 210. ' ? WANTED.— 200 Tons of' Kiln...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FARMERS MUST GROW WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

THE FARMERS MUST GROW WHEAT ' OC sill the, foolish iigilaUnrifo started '; in, this lnnd of chronic s» jiril stt ion that '- ' l.o induce farmers to cut their own , throats by refraining Prom growing wheat tlii-i year is ahoui the be^t iain ' ,j-]e. Lt is' incredible that a usually hard-headed man like Mr. T. 1. Canvp-.| bo'll, general secretary of tiro J-'iP'n'ei'- 1 %and Settlers' 'Association, should seri-' ou^slj attempt to frighten (he Govern ment ,.,ii(i the public with thi« threat of it wheaf'strskc. The pi-opo-..:! winch iV -said to have been made lo Mr. Camp bell t-y various farmers; is preposter ous enough in itself, h-ul, the motive for the absurdity is out of all proportion, i-» the method proposed for obtaining1 satisfaction, if Hie farmers were being, scandalously plundered or driven off. the land by the ruthlessi exploitation of t.hi- taxgntherer then1 would be possibly some excuse for war to iho knife against the community and the Empire. VVhnt is the grievance?' The...

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

THE WEATHER. ; ' ' — ? L ? ♦ LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. ' Fine except for isolated thunder . storms in extreme north-east; variable , .iwlnds; warm to moderate temperatures., , THE DAILY OBSERVER., , SATURDAY, JANUARY fi, 1917.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRISONERS TAKEN IN 1916. Allies' Total Over Half a Million. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

PRISONERS TAKEN IN 1916. Allies' Tutal Over H?lf a Million. (T?enter's Telegram.) ? — i. TjO'NTJON', Thnrsd'ay.V llentor 9 l-Tonn|i Headquarter*, ;:cqrres,«, n^ndenl biiV'S: Tlui Allii31? in 391C took prisoner 582,423, ptcIhhIvo of the' Rou rmniim i-iinfureq in TritiiHylvJiiiia and British: TC:wt Afrieo. The Vrnnoli took, 78 fiOd. 'I1 whoin 2C.660 were captured at .Verttun uml 51 840 in Ui(( Souwne. - rriio;; :nrlHQii tnnlr /in snn - the Ttflliaiis': 58 250, i Russians 40Q.OOO, and Macedon ian nniiy ]1,17I{. Tho poi'rnsponUuul. p'stimates the ene-iny'M total casualties in Pninco In laid ni u million. , '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH GUNS IN THE WEST. Battering the Germans. Meaning of British Concentration. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

BRITISH GUNS IN THE WEST. Battering the Germans. Meaning of British Concentration. / .. 'CR enter's Telcsrram.) LONDON'. Thursday. a tton-Rsponncnt ropr.rls ceaseless ac t'lvity on the British front in the west. Tho guns are constantly destroying the i!ii'my defences .hilting » big human toll. Vrttv. im perseverinigly repairing these, but the eternal fciHwir in making good Hi-- torn wire, breached naranets. and obliterated trenches must dishearten him.. - i - ' -? , , , Thu correspondent emphasises the illusion ?'thai because Uie British hold a fourth; of the. we.Ht' front their Bhr^n of th-; struggle wan presfi(-d in thai ratio. Iff) adds: 11 it a question of. density, nol mileage. In other words it is a ouestion of the number of enemy illvt siotm hold in d particular area by the oomcentration within (Tint area. II 1h quite conceivable the war will bo won upon » forty mile front.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE PROMOTIONS. New System of Examination. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

POLICE PROMOTIONS. - New System of Examination. HYDNKY, Fridav. The Inspector-Geneal of police Han innouiii'O'l n lurro number of promo tions in force aflor written examination of candidati s under 1ho now regulations: The' 'rosiiltw proved move (bun satis factory, Iho fivrsrnc'o , standard being high.', Tim prom'ollona all tuku effect as from January I. ' ? - ? ' ? SYD.NFjY. Fr!dnv. ; Tho l^ederal PriocH Commissioner hfslel an inquiry into the applied I ion for uu Innn use i» the prlco of condensed milk. ? , | Tlu. Commissioner roservf d his docl plon pending oxflnnimifiou of the various applicants' balancesheets. /* _ s . ..'' ? ,

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN FAIL TO RESPOND. To Agricultural Training Scheme. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

WOMEN FAIL TO RESPOND. To Agricultural Training Scheme. Tho Minister for I/ubor, and Tmlun'ry af'er vlKitlnff -tho 'farm ftt 1'itiown which is now boing used for the our post's of traininK women In all branches of agrlcultiiral woi'k, exprosHod himHOlf us rather ilisanpuhitcrt «l iiu responsn made by women in connection with tho fVKperhiHml. , ' - . i -~ 'i'ho ?nuni'lipr of suilabln women apply ing lor admission to thu farm isi very limited. - - '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATE OF ROUMANIA. Decisive Battle of Sereth. Russians Fighting Well. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

FATE OF ROUMANIA. Decisive Battle of Sereth. Russians Fighting Well. ('Renter's Telegram.) - ..' LONDON. Thursdav. A Russian iiincial message says: We attacked th« heights.von the Roumanian i'ront BoutHwiird of Mount Boioch, taking 600 prisoners, three cannons; and 16 machine guns. A French militaiy expert's opinion is that the hottlo or Seret'hi wliirh imss now begun will determine the issue of the whole Rouma,r\an caJtiiwijiRn. AJmoa.t everything depands upon tho resistance A Idler oIIk \,\\ Russian message s-t tl( a A.n or (he artillery fire we attacked Iloloeh and broke through stubborn re sistance, repulsing «ix persistent attacks. At the Falruch viillpy .iIko surprised and annihilated Bulgarian field posts. Thi^ Jiobrudja attficks-' at Matchin pressed' back our detachments which commenced ro withdraw towards Braila. There 'irf a severe snowstorm and cold on Iho Caucasian front. The Hnow is deeper .than tho, height of the men: The Germans claim ihui. Mackensen lias conquered tl...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL WAR CABLES. DARING RAIDING EXPLOITS. New Zealanders Smash the Enemy. Sergeant's Tight Corner. How He Hoodwinked the Germans. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

GENERAL WAR CABLES. DARING RAIDING EXPLOITS. New Zealanders Smash the Enemy. ' Seraeant's Tinht Cflrner. How He Hoodwinked the Germans. (Published in 'The Times.') ? - . L0ND.0N, Thursday. , The 'Times' North «.-f V'runcu corres mndonf relates » recent thrilling ©Xipioit. An exprnn raiding, detachment of New Zealanders under cover of barrage pene-, trated th( enemy's positions as f&.r as the support 'trench:;'and readhed the first lino along a length'of 400 metres. Many Germans' were klliod and (!0 prisoners, three machine Runs, 'and a trench mor tar X.UKX 11. The machine nun emplacement find imiterhil 'wore destroyed, parapets diM appeai'ed txiul'' dug-outs wens blown to pieces, 'i'hp trench o.nly.remains theor etically. They returned to the'ir own linen srter 33 minutes. ? ' .-An English- aviator reports that .a hur ried attempt by an enemy working psirfy'io repair t'he damage was prompt ly dispwod. wtmn tint, nudpra were getting ?ready to lcwcv tin, trench h Nrw Zealand s...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAWLERS MANNED. Unions May Declare Fish "Black." SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

TRAWLERS MANNED. Unions May Declare Fish 'Black.' SYDNEY. Fridav. ' wan M«vjin up on the SU'te trawlerE tho inaiistKer of Hip- industry is hopeful he will Rot one o.f the vessels away to snu to-night. ' ' The whole --r thp ships have been manned wil'h union crews, birl there it, still some foar of trouble from ' other unions who are discussing tho quwfion ni d-el!uln^ )h;- trawlers and their catches black, i* ' The ico 'carters have declined lo sup ply ice lo. the vessels.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PREMIERS IN CONFERENCE. Finding Loan Money for the States. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

PREMIERS IN CONFERENCE. Finding -Loan Money for the States. ? SYDNEY. Fridav. Representatives; of Ihe States and Commonwealth assembled in Melbourne fo-;lav to consider Ihp. furUher qucHtimi ol advances ol lo&n-money to the Ktat%. by lh« Commonwealth and schemes for 'lie repatriation of returned soldiers. U is understood Ihe liral business' was ?) statemi nl by Mr. Hughes as to the In lo, lions of Um Commonwealth i»-rega«d^ to the finances Mid repatriation. - ? i No official statement was marie. ,

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEATRICAL TROUBLE. Conference Discussing the Dispute. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

THEATRICAL TROUBLE. Conference Discussing the Disjiute. . . ' . SYDNEY. .Fridny.. As flio lemilt ol the eonfonnce bet vee,i the secretary of tins Tlit«trJoaI Employees' Ifnion and Iho induHtrliil Registrar, a meetiny; of the union offici ally representative of .'the «uiffn of the vjirioup Ihotilres and tho Rojilstrav is 'leiiiK Jjolii this' afternoon. They 'arc discussing tho threatened ?essation of work, and the matters In lispjite.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INEVITABLE MUDDLE. Wool Ships Not Properly Used. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

INEVITABLE MUDDLE. Wool Ships Not Properly Used. \ ' RYD-NFY. Prid.Tv. ^rr. CU'OKory has written IIuRhos jit o 'erlinft- against tlu- arraneement of the vool coiiimllton under which ho stales i vessel which would lake CROOO wordi if wool from the North-west , 'coast of ? \u?t'ralia' is '' allowed . !to leave with ilenty of empty space while 'wool is to 'ic, conveyed at a aller iluU from Fre mantle by special steamer.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REPATRIATION SCHEMES. SIX UNDER CONSIDERATION. Uniformity Desired. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

REPATRIATION SCHEMES? SIX UNDER CONSIDERATION. ' Uniformity Desired. ' KYDNTflY. Friday. The Premlorn' conference di«onss8d the repatriation schemes ni thn various Rtotea ynrt lluanieliil assitance to *-e Kivun. tSix schi mes were considered and the 1'rime ftfini.'-tor was j-use/.lud how lo ap ply thp Commonwealth hi*lp to thu var ious jjtilieineH. Eventually il was decided that the Ministers of Ijuuls should meet tnm'or ro«v' an'd evolve one Hcuenio roinmon -'to Australia. Vlr. Hughes hold that Uiiw warn, neces sary because tho Commonwealth l«?lp c-ould not be differenlifltod hetwpen thu Siaieti, nor wiih il wibe that rttluruid soldiers in one Htiite phould be trenteil dirferently from 'those m .another. ' .' ??The, Ministers will KUbinJl tli« recriiu mentlatlons to \ftu conference on Mon day.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kaiser the Peace Angel LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

7Kaiser the Peace Angel „„ (Published in. 'The Times.'-) '' - i . J.vjNL«-.N, .Lfnrlay. . i'jkj urui-iuan |-r««H «ru(Ki time -u» Kaiser vrim tho antihoi- of the peace OWl lUT«VS.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Dark for the Moment." JASSY, [?]day. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 6 January 1917

''Dark for the Moment.' (Published in 'Tho Times.') . .. . ....... JiASStfJtara Tho Roumanian omtloolc it ^^fei-jv moment, though there if iijP^jfgS^irf-'1-' (-1 rpgard/ttihe future wil.li ?l-,lpiS@SwS-';' ? 'I

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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