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Fighting in the West. BRITISH RAID A WIDE FRONT. Enemy Places Bombed. LONDON. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

Fighting in the West, BRITISH RAID A WIDE FRONT. Enemy Places Bombed. (Router's Telegram.) LONDCKST. Sim/liiv. General Ilaig reports: We repulsed counter attacks 'and consolidated two posts northwards-; of Beaumont Hamel. .We successfully raiderd in daytime a. wide front south-east of. Arras' and penetrated' as far ml- the third line, de stroying many dug-out; iind much damaging the enemy's deefnees. . '.-. We have takeir-pisoner 240 in .minor actions since CUristmas. Our aero plant', bombed :t number of places of military importance behind the lines with good. results. ?'??: ','?.??

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY GRADE CRICKET. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

SYDNEY GRADE CRICKET. „ SYDNEY, Sunday. Tlie Bixtit rouiid of first-grade cricket IV ikj begun on Saturday. - Glebe onado 37U against ^fiddlti Har bor 107. liOf-berp; for Olobo did some bit; hitting,- and made 21- out: of one ;over. ljnivejoitv vi aed i:M- against h-dnej Ift3. Paddington madki -Ji)-J u^iiiiut. Peter sham lit. Western Suburb's 170, Gor don- '9o.'' ?????? ' ???'?; ??-?? ? ? -.- ??? .-??? .-'.???.': - ??? '?. ' Balinaiii ,132, bea.t North Sydney 122.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNLUCKY RACE DAY. For Horses, Riders, and Bookmakers. SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

UNLUCKY RACE DAY. For Horses, Riders,' and Buokmakers. ' SYDNEY; Sunday. Through one of bbe l-n«(k tyr-t?s of :- niufcor car blowing oufc when the. car sworved to avoid a collision. b-'\--n bpok ?-injilcors wero throvni on to the road at 1 Iwlt-eitli'ain- Victoria; yesterday Jiltoi ooon. They were on 'their way to As-' 'pr.nda.lo races.. ?*-.r. Sotomon , and. p. SKiuner susxaiueu bi-wkeii'1 collarbones iind AV. l^tkins a fractured lib. wliilo wo otli-ors were »:? t-.vclv bruised. Wliile taking i-iivt- in tho second di vision oi the Flying Handicap at Vio tcia Park bho'liorso Ordinal broke a .-l--ukk'r and had 1o in* destroyed. ! At the simia meeting iho jocked H. A I iloohn- wate' suspended- for six ? aiiontlis , :o also was H. Means for suspicious l,i » tin- 'Ihe jockey \\ Thompson, i iif-pr of Piipshiro, w:ii, disqualified f«r 12 ni-tni.hs. ? ,

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORLD'S MOTOR CYCLE RECORDS BROKEN. SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

WORLD'S MOTOR CYCLE RECORDS BROKEN. ' SYDNEY. (Sunday. H. W. Parsons lowered Ihn world's motor cycling record for 1(1^, 2-j anil fit) miles -ni Sutiuduy on tho llortlako course , Vri(itt.i-ijj.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE TRAM SMASH. Failure of the Brakes. Boy Killed and Several Persons Injured. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

LATE TELEGRAMS. :^:-\?V, '?.',?'?' -.' ? '..?**'... ??? ? ? \ MELBOURNE TRAM SMASH. :1 Failure of the Brakes. \ Boy Killwl and Several Persons Injured. - . *..,; M K.I..L. it K,\ K. Suudav. Au' electric li im -ui accident, ies.ut.i ing in -one person being killed and seve riil injured, otssurred th:s afternoon m Xorwood-road, Burwood. When descending si lull -lw brakes tfiil bd ? and the .tram, which , was -crowded, '. slowed round on reaching- tho loop and ? i:-'».she into a trvo which- 'wn.* uprooted, 'liift force of Ihe *m\-;u% lifted I he oar. ':? There was: a soeate or tvigiit and con ?fiicon. v Ambulances were brought, by telephone and tho injured were co'hveyod to tho liosoital. . \ Clnrnca Handson. JO. of Kurwood. die-l | oil the way to the hospital. About m- ? otliw passengers 'wore, injured, the most [ ?oiitm 1\ Inn i, beiiiR Florence Delauey, , ofSo.utli Huilunond. who sustained con cussion ;ind the rtiptufe of internal or triviis. .?.-???? ?.-? ? . .? ? ???.. ...- ??.'::...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING. Uren Defeats Kay. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

BOXING, Uren Defeats Kay. ? ' SYDNEY. .Sunday. Tommy (Jreu was declared a winnei over Fred. Kaj in lh--ir return Ijatlle lor tht- middleweight cliainpionship. The dwsion -win a ]ii-iml.ir -me. Jack Janasso defeated Locke on ix-ints in l$ri,sl-anij. '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEENSLAND MEAT RESTRICTIONS. Victorian Government Considers Ridiculous. SYDNEY. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

QUEENSLAND MEAT RESTRIC TIONS. Victorian Government Considers Ridiculous. - - SYDNEY. Sunday.1 ? Mr. Adamson, Victorian Minister for Wtjrks, referring to H'' statement ol Mr Ryan, Premier 1-t Queensland, lliai. j.1 -lie! Yniinujit Government «-»uW .i- cent' the ofter-of Ciueensland^- thoAMntor iiin peoplt uoultl ,otun Ueapei meat, said- that in onel ? meat deal -with the; Queensland Government iJiKt year si shjiMiieni t-t tripe had to be refused; - If Mr. Ryan would take oil' the, ridicu lous embargo restrictions the othei Stu les would j^et cattle and meal through Iho ordinary channels-. l I

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COLLIERY MECHANICS. Reject Coal Proprietors' Offer. Fresh Conference Wanted. WEST MAILAND, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

v COLLIERY MECHANICS. '; Reject Coal Proprietors' Offer. ? Fresh Conferencp. Wanted. WEST .UAFTLAXJ). Suudav. he Colliery Mechanics' Association hem an. aggregate meeting, on Saturday Mflcriioon to consider the offer made by the Colliery Proprietors' A sociation a) tlie confereu--o in . Sydney recenUv There was a large attendance. -The pronoKJil was rejected ivy -a Vote 'l,yvcl ?«WP ,(., and/ the following re solution carried: 'Thai this meeting of members or the «'-,lherj Nrechanics' Association refuses ; to.;, accept the col liery proprietors' offer on the following grounds: Tliat His Honor. Mr. Justice Eflmunds. stipulated tluit an increase of twenty per cent should be applicable to all employees .at collieries-, and -^ruther made, it 'applicable ta members of the Coal and Shale Workers' Association' therefore, should a further conference fail to serve these ends, there will be rio option but to seek admission in a bbdy with the Colliery Employees' Federa tion.' ? ? ?-.. : ??'? ?...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SERIOUS BUSH FIRE. Great Destruction in Forbes District. SYDNEY Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

— ? ? 1 SERIOUS BUSH FIRE. Great Destruction in Forbes District. _ : RYBXHE-Y. Sundav.. A serious bush lire broke out yester day morning on tue boundary or Inch giuver and Oarrawobit-t.y Stations, t30 mi'es from Forbes. The wind Canned the flames, which spread with alarming rigidity, anil at nightfall Jwd ;i froul ol Unco miles, sweeping everything before them ....'. \*w fnehgowei hoincst-cad e.verj pro caution was taken to save tho house: \ U\'o quuntiiy t-l wheal and bi uiding on i-f., the property of C. G. Golding, were destroyed. Jt is feared thaftlie lire will spread to other' properties. Many car loads' of fn-e-nghters left town during the after ?nccn. . . . ??

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEACE IN GERMAN AND BRITISH EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

PEACE IN GERMAN AND BRITISH EYES. ? ??The. last thought in Germany's mind is u peace which will Iea\p her without'; military strength: She eannc-t imagine -herself minus her national army. All doubts on this point are s-et at rest by Pa'ineo Von Bnlow: German Chancellor froni JJMW to 1909, whose book 'Im- perial Germany.' has jusl appeared in :i 'new and revised edition. This book i.-i a. demand for \U:-,1 annexations of territory in' eVcrj possible direction, ?Holland and Switzerland being: alone exempted. Its author, once suspected of moderation, now shows' that he can sbout for violence louder even than Count' ReveuUow cr Admiral Tirpitz. The origami edition of the book ap peared earlj in 10] I. on the. very eve of 'w.ar. The new edition contains nuin ' croija additions. J'oiu- fresh ^chapters, and stfme striking omissions. The one vital passage in the book i-, that which declares that after Ihiii war there can be no more real peace. Hay1 Von .liulow : 'The .national h'atrcd whic...

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 — 8 January 1917

THE WEATHER. --' ?'- . ? .' . ? - ???.---?-?'??? -^ ? - ?-?_.. .^ ??-/?_.- ?: ; LATEST OFFICIAL FORECAST. ' Rising temperatures inland;' sultry , and thunderstorms. , ! THE DAILY OBSERVER. . '..MONDAY. JANUARY'S. 1917.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

??) PERSONAL. ???The friends of Sir. J. B. Newman are reciuesietl to attend a meerins. to be Weld at the Exchange Hotel at -1 p.ui. to-dar. to tube steps to arrange a suit- j able-^furewoH.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY'S LAST COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

,-? GERMANY'S LAST COLONY. T4ie report of the. entry of the Allies . iirto- Tulmivi, Gentian Weal Africa, and ? their .'enthusiastic reception by the natives; who hated; German rule, draws ^''attention to the conquesf-of the largest be-^t developed, and fno.-l valuable ol Germany's colonies. It. ha-^ ybceii well said of the Germans that they pro duced 'no tangible, results save battle, murder, and sudden death.' The. Ger man oil'rcials treated the natives as the German Staffs-treats Iho Belgians the J-'iench. the Pole.-, and the British pris^ one.rs — with, sheer savagery. They produced elaborate treaties on native anthropology, after killing the natives to measure their .skull-. They drove ( the' Herreros otvSouth-West Africa info the desert; and deliberately starved them iA death. They murdered women 'and- children precisely as (hey have murdered them in Europe. ' Tt is not the, standard' of. civilisation that van ishes from the map but the black flai? (}f a' nation- of spies' and...

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German East Africa. ENEMY STILL RETREATING INTO INTERIOR. LONDON. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

German East Africa. ENEMY STILL RETREATING INTO ?- INTERIOR. fRcntcr' Telegrasu.) ' LOXDOX. Sundav -An East African, official ^ays:' We are pursuing the retreating enemy in the Jfufiji valley. We occupied tlie camp on the Taihogowali River arid reached Kibaonbawe. ? on the north 'bauk ? of the Ruiiji. The, enemy is holding the south b'ank. The enemv was '-' severely ?? handled in. ATgeta valley. Our Mtaei ineo force attacked small appoaching parties, taking prisoners ami consider able supplies. .We engaged eastward of iEfirika. The enemy i, retreating to ITahenge.

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Artillery Duel on the Somme. PARIS. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

Artillery Duel on the Somtne, (Renter's1 Telegram.) PARIS. Sundav. A eoimuuiu(|ue says: There wjis vio lent artillery duels in tho afternoon in (he region of Paschendsel. Our ;n|il ler- .-.in ee- - fully bombarded, the eu any oig-anisations un tfic .Somuie front. An enemy coup -de main at liuteit Mos nil MaisoiiSjiu Hie Cliauipagne, and at A rracourit was frustrated by bur* fire:

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Balkans Bridge Wrecked. LONDON. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

Balkans Bridge Wrecked. (Renter's Telegram.) , i LON'J)OX. Sundav. The- Admiralty naval aeroplanes at» acked anil weejeed one span' of tlie '.'ulelibiirgiif, railway bridge over the-. Varitza River. . ??- ?'?'.'???

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE SPORT. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

LATE SPORT. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. SYDNEY, .Sunday. Al peiidalo t'suk ra«*s restated : — Maiden lf!mtlit--a)-: Palena, 1, .Sweet Cxmtody if, King. Kenneth 3.' Winner, ;5';:t6'.'-4;a^inst.^'-'-'i.'W6jii\tyla1'lerig^li;.a^^a half. Time, 1.3. ItrusU Steeple: K.unoth I 1. Halter Utiy V. Bsneditinuer 3 WTo'n hy i\mx- oi four, lengths. '14m«, 3.57. v ' Aspeiiaate 'Plate :? J^psKet ly' Dhul Dhiii 2, Lmass :t. 'Winueij 7 to 1. 'Won by two leturtho. Time, I L '',-{. ' Park Handicap: Lady Blac.ksnad 1, Polydamus 2. Mo third horso placed. Winner. .'- jm i on. A\ou by two and a hall' lengths. Time. SIOJ. ? ? Pur. e: Hukowina L, ilVudnlo 2 Loom bes'; 3. Winner, 3 to 1 . Won by :two leuntliK. Thnc. 1.15. - -, Jumpers' sFlab Jiaco: Capricious 1, llubyatta 2. Campinile ii. Winner (5 tn 4. Won by JiiiH' a )iead. Time, 2.?J.

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TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

TEMPERATURE. . .-The maxknuni official shade tempera- - {lire, rat the Tamwortli- Post ?' Office , yes- tcrdiay was 9(5 degrees.

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NARRABRI NEWS. NARRABRI. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

NARRABRI NEWS. ?:???? \'AI?iR.ABRL-Sat.urdav. k ; VWilliam Percy;Curry,: son Of Inspector Curry, of 'the Narrabri ; police, has en listed and gone to camp, ' ? 'A half-caste Chinese, Harry IJames, was to-day sentenced; to three months^ hard labor for stealing from the person. The, police are now making a strenu ous endeavour to clear the town of un deslrables., ? . .-

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RASPUTIN'S DEATH SENTENCE. Handed Revolver to Shoot Himselt. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

RASPUTIN'S DEATH SENTENCE. Handed Revolver tn1 Shoot Himselt. (KcnterV Teleg-nim.) v;-..ia';^.-.--:;:*^-;r #i, ;-,V. ?;,. ??',?;' --;.--..^: v:), ?;--,.-? I .ON DON, Saturday. Further tlist-iiil.'j ol the Russian niur dci slwtt that the nibnk, lUputin ? when brought Lo the house wherein tho tragedj occurred, met ji party of young aristocrats. . , : ' : ; After drinkiiia Rasputin was told i/hat h« had been cuud-niinp-t to death. A revolver was given him and he was told 'to shoot :h«nself.- \' :'?}te H1? '?^.'??0^^-- ?' Rasputin lired at -tl»w_--man who gave. him the revolver, and missed him. The revolver, was knocked out of lii6 hand and another man .'-.hot him dead un tho spot. The body, when found in the Neva hiid to be thawed before the postmor teni. ? : -.?? ??????, . -. ?': '? ?'?:''.' .. ??- ?????-' . ????.?

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