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LITTLE GIRL KILLED. Motor Accident at Newtown. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

LITTLE GIRL KILLED. Motor Accident at Newtown. . Ak the result e.f -i motor aceid- nl on Saturday morning in King-street New lown, a five-year-old girl 'bus, killed in jtantlyj while 'another child; a little girl ot nine year old jtcenjf't] uch m juries thai she now liw, in tht» Jtoyitl Prince Alfred llospitfil in ,a serious con (lition.'

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MALTESE. Not Part of the Anzac Army. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

, ^THE MALTESE. /? . Not Part of the Anzac Army. .' ?. . .'; ? ????.?? ? ? - ? ? , : ?. ? . | ? ? Mr. Trumble, secretary to the Defeuce 'D^pirtment, stated : pn Saturday, that the, ixcluded Maltese ditt not form a. pan ttt thu Australian ar(my ;it, Ga.llipoli. He does not know whether they were smployed there by llie Imperial' authori ties or not.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DINNER FOR POOR CHILDREN. LONDON. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

DINNER FOR POOR CHILDREN. (United Service.)' LONDON.. Saturday. - ::. Sir Thomas Robinson on .behalf ,ol the' people . of ; Queensland^ entertained sii dinner at tho Cfuilrl Hull yesterday, a- n umber of poor children.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NARRABRI RECRUITING. Strong Committee Formed. NARRABRI. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

NARRABRI RECRUITING. Strong Committee Formed. NARRABRI. Saturday. Organiser Schofield and Liieut. \Vilson, Lho officers stationed here under tho new' recruiting; scheme, formed a very strong recruiting . committee , at 'West Narrahri last night. The Mayor (Aid. Adams) was elected president,' Mr. : Ken Hughes secretary, and Aid. O'Brien and Bates, and: Mes srs. Denshire, J. O'Brien, and Dowd the committee.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"READY FOR EARLY PEACE." German Firms Hunting Up Customers. BERNE. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

'READY FOR EARLY PEACE.' German Firms Hunting Up Customers. (TJnilcd' Service.) BEIRNE. ' Saturday.* : Suioe tlie iiiitiaj.ion of ipeace overtAire ftemiiin linns shave distributed vast mini )-i-.r:; «f bracfe circulars, -, outlining to former and possible fiioure customers' plans for the period immediately -.lihyr the .war. ..'? , .?..??? . ?.-.??.?.,?.? -.. ? ?-.. ? ???'.: ? ?? -?,?. - iSwii,1; JirniK Jirt» notified to he ready for au: early, peace..: .???? ? .. :

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOLLAR PEACE TRICKERY. Wall-Street Wire Pulling. WASHINGTON, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

DOLLAR PEACE TRICKERY. Wall-Street Wire Pulling. (Reuler's Telcsrram.l , WASIENGTON. Friday Nislitv The ,-«indul i-egarding Iho alleged ?-?ireat stock protitis by riic-ajtu of inside foreknowledge «f President Wilson's Note is assuming larger, jn'oportions hourly. The ?: latest names dragged C/before . the House Rules CwiMnittee this morning were those of Mr. Tumulty (secretary of the : President-)1 :antl: Mr. Boiling; j a Wall-street broker. - Tin? brother of the President's: wife (Mr.; Tom. Iiawson): has I notified the 'committee that Jie would ap- 1 pear, on Mqnday and relato what :io| kii^w V concerning the leak: ? ? |

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"WITH GOD'S HELP. Kaiser Will Enforce Peace Terms. AMSTERDAM. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

'WITH GOD'S HELP. Kaiser Will Enforce Peace Terms. (Renter's Telegram.) A-iSTERDAM. Saturday. rt is officially stated that the Kaiser in aii order ,lt- the. 'Army and Navy, 'Our enemies Jiave refused my oifer ot peace. They xti^iro Germany ,i destruc '?tif'T-. ; ? ? ?.?'?; ? '? ?..?'? ?';? .' ?' - -.??..??? -?_ ?? ?1;'Belfor'e1'i.X*o.d:.-aud:l-''lmjjiaTiitiy I desire that tlie heavy responsibility for- the further, tew'iblfcsacrifices roste on ourj ('.neiwes. who do' not want the auider-j standing offered by me. * J With God's lielp our -inns will outorcej H,: ????-? --:--: ?..??..??'.-? '?? - ? ?' -\:..:\

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY WANTS SELFISH PEACE Demon of Militarism Still Rampant. (Published ill "The Times.") LONDON, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

GERMANY WANTS SELFISH PEACE Demon of Militarism Still Rampant. (Published' hi 'The Time*,.') LONDON, I'rniay Night. 'TluT Times' iiiiint« out ihe remark ablo activity of the German machinery for the fabrication of opinion. AH over the -wind thi- is workmg nt- the highest pressure to create an.;: atmespherb favor able %- -a ?prompt- a.od patcheu-iip peace. At the. Siuno Ume it .-i«ol-'.s the recent utteiauce of (ho Pan-tlermans is pio wni? that the demon of militarism i.'- still rampant in IIkj hearts of the l'rr.s siau rulers. ... Tho 'Matin' says that- Germany HiiiiL^ a selfish jH'iiee, even iiioie than shu wnnl-orf war. Th''r« in no reason to believe that she if;' ready to accept the Allies' teinis, lull the old megalomaniac infatuation fc weakening.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROLL OF HONOR. Death of P[?]ate Powell. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

ROLL OF HONOR. Death of P' ate Powell. ??- .» #?? ? :??? . ?? ' ?:??.?? ? ' ' ?.??...?? ,.- ;'? ? ' OtRoial notification was received in Taniworth yesterday to l-\w eiEect that Private John -Thoiiun- J?tj\vell of Tain itoi 111 h.id ht*i-ii killed ftbile, in action m i Prance on. about November M. llo was ' o\rlv '2-i, years of .iu,t- .m-l wan a. nathe I Of Barraba. Tho, young soldier, who was a step-son o£, Mr. W. Bourke, of I'ainwoith. .tnd.ji nephew ot -Mri,. T. Beard, of Sydney, was :i. aiianly and popular young, fellow: IH-uv. b'afchci LUiiHins made reference in St. Nicholas Church yesterday to the death of lVi yate Powell, and stated that his prom isinjr. career hsitj btM'ii nipped.in the 'bud. Ife tenderwl his sympathy tri the bo reayied relatives, sinrt asked Uk- congre q.ition to pray for Iho repose of* his joul:1' Another brother of . Private, I'ltm'll.is nt. present. -m aHive boivm' '

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUGHES MYSTERY. FEDERAL COALITION SCHEME. Been Under Consideration Some Time. Proposals Now Withdrawn. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

HUGHES MYSTERY. FEDERAL COALITION SCHEME, j Been Under Consideration Some Time. Proposals' Nnw Withdrawn. 1 SYDNEY. Sundav. . uespite :-tlie assertion to the contrary, t is true thai a scheme for the forma ion of a Federal Coalition Ministry has )een under tho notice of the . Federal )olitical leaders, hut the disclosure of. the fact*, caused the withdrawal of the proposals. It is now a mutter entirely in tlie lands of Mr. Hughes.- It -is understood;, hat Itr. Cook liar,' made certain pro posals lo Mr. Hughes. It now remains Cor the latter, to decide what he will do. Mr. Tudor, when questioned an to the attitude of the Labor parly upon the proposed visit of -Mr. Hughes: to Lon^ iont said Hurt there would lio.no objec tions on the part, o[ his colleagues, as long as the extent of Mr. Hughes' re persentation and power were well de fined. Mr. Tudor would no! comment on the mestion of a coalitic.iv Ministy.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOTEL CECIL TAKEN OVER. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

-HOTEL/CECIL TAKEN OVER. (Renter's Telegram.) LOXDON', Saturday. Tlio. Govei-uutMi+. has taken ' oyer the Hotel Cecil Tor 'the -use. of tlie Air JJ.ui

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH ENTERPRISE IN EGYPT. Railway to El Arish. LONDON Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

BRITISH ENTERPRISE IN EGYPT. ? Railway to ElArish. ' ' LONDON. Friday Ni^lit. Tho bvoad gauge railway from -t-lit- -?? -'cz O»-ni- 1 ypsfcerdn v reached El ,? Ar ish . Iho last I.' miles boing eonsti-ucted in 15 days. ? ? : : -.s. - -. ?.-...? - - . :?:?? ? ?.-'' li, vnn; :i romnrkable i)ei'foi-manc6, con siderina; Unit, tlio material had to be .brought- a- liiiindrcd niiles. -nd ,tbousands of inen., lio'rsos, and caniete hud ? to bo provasioned. - - *.'

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN PRESS IN CHASTENED MOOD. Disastrous "Scrap of Paper" Phrase. LONDON. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

GERMAN PRESS IN CHASTENED s MOOD. Disastrous 'Scrap of Paper' Phrase. (llcutcr's 'J'clcgi'iiin.)- ^ 1 ? ? LONDON. Saturday. Tho Herlin 'i.okal .Vnzeiger' protest against the publication ol tho Gorman pe.uit terms as imdignilied and UM'li :.s byt aus/t ol ilio. Krenuh Senate's resolu tiou declaring, thai- Franco will not- nc Kot-iat-o while tht.' cne.mj i-. on iiencl soil. I »!-. 'JL-OUtSCll /iCltUUg' illtaCKS Jieili malm llollweg, .declaring that. Lho plutnsi 'a scrap -^f paper' has been Uh harmful as L0 lost battles. -\-ujil. Tisztv ,(Jlim guviau l'routior), sjxAvking at Uudapest. oomplaliitxl that tiio Austrian ncaKiics had luagiuiicd the Hungarian task ami i he increase oi Hungarian sacrifiews. llungai.\ «ill not be i^pifx-nt-ed at lho Central Alliance's I'arliamentarj Conjfercn-« on .lanary 10. Tho Vienna 'Arbeltei /.eiking' uigei the instant- evacuation ol Uie west trout it iJi.-- I5utent-i,- is willing to negotiate ror peace afterwards.^ Geneva reports that the Austrian ho --i...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEACE PLANNERS. NEW AUSTRIAN EMPEROR THE PRINCIPAL. Rooting Out the Pro-Germans. Unmuzzled Socialists Demanding Evacuation. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

PEACE PLANNERS. ?»-/ ?- ? -?» ? ? s NEW AUSTRIAN EMPEROR THE PRINCIPAL. Rootimj Out the Pro-Gprmans. Unmuzzled .Socialists Demanding ' Evacuation. (Hunter's Telegram.) LONDON, S'aturduv. ?ihero IK, ...much ..^speculation1 as to the attitude 'ol the ISmpcroi Kail, who has displayed ;,un£xpet-t€d tlujtiernnuution in iho' wcedhi' mil, of officials, oi the cilii regiuio. . , s A rtuiaikiible fact' is. that most oJ thosto dismissed ;iru notorious proGer inans. Tho latest dismissals are Baron Mue kic,' principal Departmental Chiei' of tlic lAu'vign. -)tliw;; . ami-' Count Korgach. bC'foiKt 'chief to whoso machinations ilie war was largely duo. It. is; reported from Budapest Ihat tbc Emperor is travelling to T-lie Hungarian capital to supervise tjio ro-orjjanisation ol tli« G-ovornmcnt and the ' rooting 'out ot pro-German:*. Another significant' move is the uu iimzzlinjj of Vu 4 ii.ui Sooifilists who -H- ' nt-»\- porinit'ted, even to demands tin.1 ovaquatiou ol bht \llied berntones wesv au...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILSON TO DROP NOTE-SENDING. Peace Efforts to Pause. VANCOUVER, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

«/ILS0N TO bROP NOTE-SENDING. ? Peace Efforts to Pause. (K-euter'o Tclogi'ani.) .- VANCOUVElt.- Friday Night. Tho Wsisliington State Department has authoi-iml ihe publication of the .??talemt-uK tlmt Pivsident 'Wilson ie not coiMMnplating Ihe fcoiuliiip: of another ]-p'--;e -Kot-e. ?? ::- ? ?? It is understood Athat tb-e reason for -he niui'oiuicenien-t iwas tho apprehension by Preiideut Wilson I hat reports that aiiother Xnte -hsj:-, in preparation would affect Entente replies t-- the President which aro shortly expeeted. 'riie'Sena+o iii Uk* afternoon passed, a resolution approvincj of President Wil son's! request U- lb-» Allies for peace terms. i\itlum£ endorsing ihe t-crms --1 the Note itheir. Washington despatc'ijes declare . that the the- confidential Note «»itaining the German terms is n6,w at tin.- i--.-r- f House.

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AUSTRIA STARVING. Hungaray. Refuses to Export Grain. LONDON. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 8 January 1917

AUSTRIA STARVING. Hiimjar ay. Refuses to Export Grain. ','. ' . (Ucuter's Telegram.) ' ' ' LOSDdS1, Saturday. 'The '.'Woitltiiiistei Gazette' suite fhiic ili noultl be unwiso t-i attach much iniuortanco U» Hungary's demand to) I uitce. hut it. i. b«»min« cMf»''l- I-115'' fVustria-Hunaai-v sincerely denies rlie viid of lh-- w:n-; and freedom ..-tronv tlu Cleiman yoke ' t'*Th'6'''fe5fzettf!'-wi-tat--s -tiiiat-'th-y-.fooi bhurtace is pressing with t-xtiemc »^e 1-ifc.y upon Austro-Hungary. compelling llie aiagyars Lo .ido agaius) lh-- '?-?! mans. Hungary ie,solutelj ie uses w 'export grain, to' Austria, although Xn.v tria declares herself starving. Austria threatens to rciuso renewal of the -'-'.oni)- ? ric agreeuient wlieiftm ili«* IJ«al -Uon* aichy rt-i.i.-,. The Midden departure o ii^ ^-?.serfi-oni Vienna on the eye ot the late Emperprjs funeral is now believec1 urcb'c-inosi signiticaiit. \lthoiigh the: public ? opinion ..of ' : tin1 AUied countries will '^whole-heartedly, en doiee t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917

Take your Feet in charge now at The Palace of Trade. Y ? ? ; ? / _»*'***«. .^df^fHSsii^-'1^ ^ou cou'-^11''' have a better lime — nor rC-rf') ^SIllBiilP^ a Metier slock °£ fo'olweur to select ^ ^imj^T-_ ^^MjjjtifK Lot us help you fit your -feet with our ?H^^^^H nr^*m^l sterling footwear values. I flR U/A I QUALITY FOOTWEAR / 'SHw //1\ /u economy prices. raffiaS /!-» / \ \ ^e wan^ ^° ^x that on your, mind atM / I Ii A1 — no^ ^^ a r-buor stamp; — -but with ffliU? V' V J ^le lSa^s£ac^01) °^ our good values. SKI -^s^iSC^*'^ We'll show ytou all the latest styles ; I li 2o^ ' ^or mcn» women', and children — the Sf 'Oi gf reliable kind that ?will wear 'well. ! CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, 284, 286, 288, 290 PEEL STREET, TAMWORTH. CHEAP FARM. Area: 952^ acres, Closer Settlement Purchase, . selected June, 1909. Up set price £3/8/6 per acre. Situated 12 miles from Tamwortli, and 7 milesvfrom Duri Railway Siding. 1 Watered permanently by.Goonoo Goonoo ; Creek well and springs. Fenced an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917

I' - ? BUSINESS NOTICES. - I -v ?— , — . ? ! ? I ].'.,'? TOILET HINTS. s j7 ; Heie are four good hints on tlie toilet.1 1 -\Grey Hair:— -JLithone Fluid rubbed lrito'.the hair roots quickly brings grey (hair back to its natural color, it is not a dye. Price 3/9 (postage 9d). vTo Grow Hair:— Fluid Hyasol stops ihair falling, ^banishes dandruff and itch apd makes the hair grow thick and long. Iftlcie *3/§ -postage -9d-. , A New Skin: — yhermol Paste remov es , freckles, tan, sallow dark ' brown liverish '.marks, and , all skin blemishes caused by age, the weather, or ill-health It leaves the skin clear, fresh, fair and youtMul. . It 'makes a .plain . .aged 'face young and. lovely. ? Price 3/9 (postage 3d). Wrinkes: — Vathmi Skin Balm /banish es ^wrinkles and crow's feet. Big jar . 2??9- (postage 3d). -You get the above' -from - - ' . fc-- — iu GOODSELL, BLACK & CO., - . 283 Clarence-street, Sydney, Agents. Victor Pianos ;^are. made to -mr own design and -will stand years of har...

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STURT LABOR SELECTION. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917

STURT LABOR SELECTION. ...,,'.' SYCKEY. ..Afnnilnv. -/V(.l lio locii.1 Labor selection for Sturt ;ffiroken.;Hdl): vacancy wns won by Mr. ,-:V Brookfiold.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917

Such of the cable news oh this page, so jieaded 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. . ;\ ; '? '. : '. ?/ : «??'?.? , ... ,? i ,i ! ? ?'

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