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HUGE GERMAN OFFENSIVE. Against South-Western Russia. Odessa the Object. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
HUGE GERMAN OFFENSIVE. ? Against South-Western Russia. Odessa iho Object. (Reuter's Telegram..) . LOXiDOX. Sunduy. dent, does not hirther rtoubti ttml tim-j 0enndiis,ar^.makmg;':afionverguig'inove^ ment in ordei- lo crush tho Hn so li-)u miinian right wing and roach Hamismail. They are using the strongest artillery,. ,uid havo won climoiill uid fanftuni.uy struggles iu bhe last --iv: kilometres ol^ UMiir adsniKn towards lho Seioth. Ho believes tho continuance oi J'tuucJi hayn's .mil Maokensen's movement! in Uo'wnaiiia. mea'ns th:i.t a colossal phm Iiuk boon elaborated agiunst Bessarabia, in ?cluding liitchenill and Odessa.
COUNTRY TENNIS WEEK. Bathurst Defeats Tamworth. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
* COUNTRY TENNIS WEEK. ? Bathurst Defeats Tamworth. SYDN'EY. Aluudtfiv. Following av-jjvi Ihe results oi' ''the ina£oh- , in vlw Ocnmtiy Town tennis cu.rni.val ;to-day:— ??:;'??? . . Men's teams -miiitoli€B — second round. Tiuiworth v Uaihu.rst. ? ; -\ ?i A. Einblon and Pryor (T.), v. Ddwards (MiiJ Moocliel (U.). 5-*i-. «-l. ?A.. JOinblcR mid Pryor (T.). v. Xuh slev and' Stewart (Ii.), :i-(i. fj-:t. S. Bidwll iuid G. Emblen (T.), t. Yiibsl«- iinrl Stetvaii| (l».) 0-0, 0-0. fc-. BidiB-dll and -!. Emblem (T.), r. '? Edteirds'.and AtoorlV (I!.), 2-C; IMi. l}.jthuu.li -won by hix ,sc4« Aii games to two sets 22 games. -? ? Junior Open iSingks. ! Horace Boleigln beat E. Oarr, 6-3. 8-6 ; ClMirltoii IxMt Smith fi-7. C-4, 0-3. Men's Singleis Han.-icau. Oibson boat C'oo|x:r 6-5, (J-5. ? Country Open Singles. - A. H. B.aloigh'beat 6os[-or. (A irnlk oevr). , J. Andorson ibeat A. Emblen d-'-i, Teachers' Open1 Doublet;. '1 . and J. Malhitt bea.f Jtoin and Al l«n, (walkover). ?' ' Rombks'.ilandioa...
GREECE HAS NOT MUCH TIME. Allies Will Not Brook Delay. Blockade Will Be More Severe. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
GREECE HAS NOT MUCH TIME. Allies Will N.ot Brunk Delay. Bluckade Will Be More Severe. ?(Renter',; Telegram.) ' .' ' LOX'DON. Sunday. The Greek Government's answer In llw Vlliofe.' last Kiilo is expected in two oc three days. it i-: iinderetood to bo iiicouchisi.ve and cvaiiyo in lej^iiva to tho apologies and' salutation ol ohe Allied (h-rs and will doubtless expatiate on Urn difficulty --l the removal of tlie. troop*. U- .Pcliionoesiis . aiid . tlie ; ulJerawpn or, ; t-'o Vcnizel&ts because 'i bbe pressura of public opinion. .?,,'. ?:-. :??.?_.. ?.,.?'..? ?:.:. „?..???.. ? ??. The Allies.' l-epresfentati.vcs wil not brook unnecessary delay and- aro ex])©ot ed to Jix the bimb limit foj acceptance oi refusal's. It i:. uncertain whether lhc» military will 'be used 'iigninst Constaditine. --e blockade might -be luoie JJO-veie. rlho Greek press 6-baU'f, Lho iN«fo may be ii«-f-]-le(l if tlio Entente separated j limn l.be VeimeliBts. 1 Uentw's cou+spondent nb \Uion- re- 1 ports a. ...
GENERAL WAR CABLES. PORTUGUESE IN FRANCE. German Activity Daily Increasing. Sharp Attacks Repulsed. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
GENERAL WAR CABLES. PORTUGUESE IN FRANCE. German Activity Daily Increasing. Sharp Attacks Repulsed. . (.Kent er'.i Telegram.) LOXDOX, Sunday. Ll-eutw's oorresponueii-o. at tioadquar lei-i sJi ? lui m«l «atillii\ oiticeio ol tlio L'ortugueso l&p«di.tionary I'oice in France and was particularly impressed by their soldierly smartnees1, reiriii-ricable real (iiul excoUcjii physique. x General lfdijv reports: AV(i coinplet.e ?iv.U?ewulsed?^to^^a^)tabk'?k.:at.?.Jseaumon:t.'';Jb^.a^? me! and successiully raided soxith ol Aitncutieres. A short heavy bombard ment preceded an attempt to enter our trcnoli s(/ut)i-ncht ol liypschaete; Hie attack v-iv-; driven oil' , in disorder and oonsideraible lotmei jvare inflicted -m tlie enemy. Uur lire also drove- oTT an iiL tempt noo.-th of Mores under cover of an intense bontbarduient. A Freiicb communique) reports: niere wero bombing encount/ers west oi tin. ' Meuiso, ' where ? icmr ^artillery ; is' ''irequently * k^T-vii.VwlirTfv ? t:lio ^'nrj...
ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
''ARMIDALE. , . . ^ (From our' Correspondent.) Kqcruiting at' Armidalo lijst week cpn-= turned to be on the slew side.' ' On© yol- 1 untocr presented, himself at tho depot on, .luesday, nn,d was s.\ipcS6sf.ul, . ,ono patsed out of tliree- on' Wednesday and one passed on Thuisay out of one offered. 11m wganisor is now at work and bet tro'i.c/Wts »ro looked for. ,'. .111 all somo £250 was taken. 'at \the uuvs dplobration and concert imder the auRpioes of the Amnklale Caledonian So wety.. ;Tho Hcd Q,.oss Societv should finally |benefit to tho extent' of well over A/1U0. , ' ' ' ' nTho.hnlf-yonrly report of the. Northern 'awnlion Comforts' Fond shows t!iat in iiil 1.1 ell wns received clni-inK tlio per iod and £1,-191 expende. The chief item of cxpondituro was- a basil vest, ~-jl-1. Tho ropprt wont on to say tho fund had t)iud lo rfclio Jiattalioii liand (.-C24), had aeut five consignments or comlorls away and given tho -O.C..£200 for immediate ?iiecoEBitics. To date there' had been loi...
PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
PRODUCE MARKETS. OVTWTITlV HTnminv The market was slightly dull. Al though there was a much'larger yarding at Alexandria to-day. Values remained firm. Quotations : prime' ' chaff, wheaten ex tra, choice, 5/10 to 5/11,- prime 4/9 to' 5/1, good 4/6, medium 3/6 to 3/9, in ferior 3/3, lucerne hay good 4/6, onions prime 8/6, good 7/6; potatoes, good 7/ to 7/4, .medium 6/ to 6/9. ^ Potatoes ex Maitland 39 bags Satis1 factions 7/4. '? ??-*,'
MAITLAND MARKETS. WEST MAITLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
MAITLAND MARKETS. WEST MATTLAND, Monday. Onttlo: A moderate supply,' chiolly bullocks and cows. There was a good attendance), of ibuyers. The market for bullcclfe' was 'slightly easier.' Cows brought impravecT rates. Quotations : Prioie 'bullocks £18/12/6 to £22/10 good £15 to £17: prime co-ws £14 to *-i7, good £12 to £13, inferior £9 to £10. Salos: 0- Thomas, bullocks, £15 to £18/12/6; Clift 'Bros., hulloctks, £10 to £17/17, hoitors £13 to £16, Wvs £1-1/10; N'orthern Agents, bullocks. £16/12/6 to £22/J0 cows £13 HI to .C15/14. Calves: A moderate supply. ' Tho de 'uiind m'is good and the market firm at la-to .raids. Prime calves' made £8 to £8/19 good £6 to £7/10, small £3/10 to £4/10 bobbies .£1/5/6 to £2/16. Sheep: A very light supply to a good attendance of buyers. The market was firm at improved rates. Quotations: Merino wcthqrs 32/2 to ,30/4 ; merino owes 25/0 to 38/Q, crossbreds 36/1, cross bred 'owes 31/6 to 35/; H. Clark, lambs 23/10 to 24/ti; G-. Stratford, merino ewes 25/6...
MARKET REPORTS TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917
MARKET REPORT* TAMWORTH. . . /? ? ^ j W. T.- Oallcptt and Co. report last Friday's sale as under: — Butter, ,1/3% to i/4.% lb. Eggs, lOV&d to 1/ per dozen. .v Drippjng, 4d to 5d. per lb. Tea, 6/0 -per 51b tin. Brooms, 1/6 to 1/9 each. Pines, 6/ per case. ,. Passion Fruit, 4/3 per % case Oranges, 7/3 to 7/6 case. Peaches, 2/6 to 5/9 per y, case. Peaches, 3/ per % box. Nectarines, 2/3 to 5/ per % ,case. Apricots, 1/6 to 3/3 per */- case. Apricots, 1/ to .1/6 per % box. tPluins, 2/6 to 5/3 per */?- case. Plums, l/'to 2/,9 per % box. Cherry PlumsTl/b tp 2/9 per % case. Cherry plums, 1/3 ,t'o 1/9 per % box. 'Apples, 7/6 to .-9/3 per bush case. Apples, 1/9 to 3/ per % bush. case. Apples 2/3 j?er % fcox. Pears, 3/ per % bush case. ? Tomatoes, 3/6 to 6/6 per ^ case. Cucumbers, 3/ per bush case. Cucumbers, 6/6 per (Jin case. Cucumbers, lOd to 2/2 per doz. ?Squash, '8d .to l/'per doz. Veg. Marrows, 6d to 2/ per doz. '* Pumpkins, 2/ to 12/ per doz. ,„ Cabbage, 1/ to 3/ per doz. ?Potato...