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KILLED WHILE YARDING HORSES. Fatality at Wee Waa. WEE WAA, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917

KILLED WHILE YARDING' HCRSES. ' Fatality. at Wee Waa.' , , '-? . -.% .WEB WAA - Monday. Tho loiulowJ year-old -son ol Mr. Ueo. AVillia.'iif Urn local Commwcial Hotel, di-vli last evening fl''!n i'Jlll-iiJ« reccivecl whilstf yarding horses with :i couplo ol M-i(»-oi male., Voung yVillih puny was knocked over bv a 'draught inaro, .md i oiled on him, (hen got U|- ill)l1 dragged lho hoy about '20' yards with his foot in .tho stirrup. -\lu-';li synipiithy in felt for tho parents.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNDER OR OVER THE AGE. Soldiers Claimed on Eve of Sailing. Courtmartial in Future. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917

UNDER OR OVER THE AGE. Soldiert. Claimed on Eve of Sailing. Courtmartial, in Future. ' - . . SVnVRY. i\Cond'av. There lui(-v lately been sit many »i fi a of youths under and men over the mil itary ago enlisting and on the eve of embarkation for active servi'i'S being claimed for discharge bv park's or wives' on linn gFouiids lhat n has been decided by Districl [lcad-ri'irl -th Hint in Puture such discharges will not '». gran ted until the soldiers eon ? - ? i ?! i.avo been deolt amIIi by |f ourl irwitul l'n 'niaKinK false statemnts and aittestatious. In one case now .Minder consideration, a soldier being claimed' for the third time, actually spent in all !) months in camp under K separate nanis and drew pay for that period.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALONIKA A HINDRANCE. Britain Urged to Withdraw. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917

SALONIKA A HINDRANCE. Britain Urged to Withdraw. (Published in 'The Times.'1) LONDON, Sunday. The 'Uailj Mail' further questions (h« advJsabihty ot the contiiiiiianc© of th« balonikii expedition which absorbs cnoi liious tounase oi shipping, meaning scar city of food jji Britain. II j, estimaited lb.),(- iiboub thice tons in --lnj puif.1 pci man is undid to kcop the force in l.ho liold. Tlu- distant b»hc uml lon^ 'ims 'i coinanunications at sea must bo protected. Tim serious, de mands cm lho Nnvy have hampered il jn dealing wilih submarines. In other directions Salonika weakens Uio All«-'/' \V-v,L I'lont.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN REPORTS. Enemy Repulsed in West and East. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917

GERMAN REPORTS. Enemy Repulsed in West and East. (lteuter'» Telegram.) LONDON, Suudiiy. Tho Germans caini' iliul. lho Englisii aluio-c south«urd (il Arras broke donn under their gunfire. The- weather re btiicted bho figliti.ng. . It adds: Strong Ltussian attacks Uulod sil Mitau wlK'io wo took ?-.«» prison-: .-?!'.. We pushed hack the IIu&so-jaou- ' niiiniaiis ibouwcon tho Oifcuz Valley and (he Ihihui. Valley and stormed tho sum mit oi Odobcsti. A Russian attack (fc currcd oil a. 25 kilometres front between JWsini and L'Hmden. Wi- advanced in ihn direction oi' Oblt-i.sti. . \ . Knglkli attempts on Bulgarian ad vance pasts north cast ol Doiran iailed.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DROWNING FATALITY. NARRABRI, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917

DROWNING FATALITY. ? ' \ lVAllltAliHI, Monday'. Between A and ?'- o'clock yesterday nftoriibott a luM l-J yuan- of ago named Anthony Rey, Vas dron-nodm tho Nar rtvbi'i Crook.. TBc lad was warned not to ao near the wivtor,' btit: tho great Jjeat tripled him lo d-V'- AVlth Lho u':'u''' that h© w'as 'drowneli. ?? ? ? , .. lA : . Tlio ;:J5ody ;AVas in- Wf&; wator .for fully 20 minutes, :befpre;,;-reWVered.,.'.'-'-l'h«rP-o:l ?lire tried'- to ^^v restore 'at\iiiiiit{on.. Initiall ed. An inaiKih-t 'will -\\ held, on Hmrsi d«y. - \ ,\

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN LOOTERS. Shops and Safes Ransacked at Lille. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917

GERMAN LOOTERS. Shoos r-nd Safes Ransacked, at Lille. (Pii'blLbhed in 'The Times.') LONDON, Sundiiy. The. 'Daily Mail' Parjs correspondent rctjorts that -- tiador liom i/illo Hj.iIi^-i lluii. ihe Goriiiaus burglariously opened tho municipal .safes and removed 'bul lion .'wid; seized saitins and Kilka, etc., from tho.'shops aiird warohoulsos^for tho purpose ol malcing sandbiigs. Th(»' offiooi-s Iroqik'iilly tuwd wn^gon loads -rf .Anile U- Holftium to bo sold

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO COALITION. Merely Understanding Between Hughes and Cook. No Clashing at Election. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917

. NO, COALITION. Merely Understanding Between Hwg'hos aiid Cook. . ' . ^ No Clashing at Election. According to influential Liberals, the I indications wro Ihul a general election of -both Houses ol Parliament will be imW about Ajnil next. Thin if, stated to be the only, feasible way of avoiding (h-! holding of separate elections for the two HouseH, respectively, within a few th'onths of each other. ' ? Jt it, stated that arrangements will be made bolweeu (he two piiilie;- (.o avoid the clashing. ol (.nuiid.iio' Tlu general idea Jk I1ih('h)1 sitting members should be sunponed by both ; parties; and that ji conference consisting of two represen tatives from each side should determine the teats now held hv members of tho Tudor parly that should be contested bv flu Liberals, smil those lo tie contested by -the TMiniKi eruilial s. 1'iberals will/unrcc to support Mr. Hughes, personally, for any seat now held 'by a memiber of the caucus party which he might select. 'Thn iin(l(3rstand in? \...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. HUGHES NOT TO GO. POLITICAL SITUATION TOO DIFFICULT. Mr. Fisher to Represent Australia at War Council. Federal Election in April. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 9 January 1917

MR. HUGHES NOT TO GO. . . .. . ~—~ — ?«**? — . — ...., _ - ; POLITICAL SITUATION TOO ' DIFFICULT. Mr. Fisher to Represent Australia at War Council. . , Federal Elcctiun in April. . . _???'. ? SYDNEY. Monday. j. jiujhbhkp irom Melliounm lo ihe ef X-c| ih at it inay be now stated wilh certainty Huh Mr. Hughes will no( no lo London. It. is understood a cable, lo Ibis effect hijK been, sent, to the imperial authorities. .?''--,-? wlien asked whcilu-r Australian repre sentation had.bene decided upon al the Imperial conference, that he had cabled to ljoiido'i .i mil statement ot the polili (--1 position in An Ii Ui i mrt the dilfi eitll,}- i xperienced iu sending a delegate, in yiew of this il is, believed .Ur. wish er will represent the Commonwealth nl Ihe conference.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECRUITING CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

RaDORUTTING CAMPAIGN. In Victoria the recreiting caimpaign oj»nis languidly. Mr. Tudor says lie will | do whatt ho can to promote recruiting in his constituency. On the other hand hs follower. Mr. Matthews, told a meeting of . his Port Melbourne electors that as the returned soldier is not treated as he should be. the Government must be taught a lesson. By way oi' , teaching that lesson. Mr.: JMathews 6tanas out or the campaign. Those keenly interested in recruiting complain that at meetings organised to draw_ men. to the oolors, some official Laborites talto tho i pportu nify to deliver party tirades, x^owa/er, speculation on what will follow ;s iflls. for a week or two will shosv vhiif sort of response men of military age aia ''im posed to make.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

? ? — t I Combining Quality with Low Price. ? ' ? i - , 1 A ' . I . 1 You ha^e .probably .been imprefa&ed when reading our uiherlisoiuoiil with the fact lliat our prices are at all times uuusuallj low, and to-day 'we ?want to add tj the imprebsioii of low .prices anoUher — quality. You know 'price ia no! all there is to the game of bnjiug1 — it's tbe-iie.il vuluo you get for your money that count-. - Every article offered 'for- sale a.t the Palace of Tiude ;= u gocid article worth twenty^shillings t'er pupIi jioirid of its price. hi no, other way could wo stand at the (back of (.v,;ry purchase with our unc-jnditi' iiiii , guarantee of 'satisfaction or your money back.' We invite the most careful compansDiis of prices and 'quality, knowing1 that y/-n can do better at Ibe Palace of Trade llian aujwlicie eKe. Let us show you. CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, 284, 286, 288, 290 PEEL STREET, TAMWORTH. TISNTISRFIELD — IMO acres C.IJ. and | , CROSSBRED LAMBS (? C.L., bos and ir...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORGANISING VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

ORGANISING VOLUNTEERS. The readiness witQi which, hundreds ot owners lend their motor cars whenever a transport lands 'invalided soldiers, shows that there is no lack of enthusiasts* ready to work for the boys. For some insdrutable reason these enthusiasts are not properly organised1. reriiaps the rqason is that Labor is suspicious of ton volunteer and believes that 'Mv so-ldier., best friend is the State paid one. v'lio uas a pieasano/ way or aeyowng ins ener gy to tho discussion of ine-oJi.ePC' .ma grievances. In country di-,1ricts th-vJe should1 .be little difficulty .n f,ei,t.n^ the ablest men on the land to iutcrtst them selves, and so it should l»e joss-ilile to avoid the terrible scandals iknijli lia,v-= made tho purchase of land tor closer settlement such a failure. Mr. Hughes promises that something snail lip. cuo: it_ is late, but let us live Jn hopo.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATES AS BORROWERS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

? STATES AS BORROWERk ' The Premiers of -the diffe.ent Statft are in Melbourne considering -wl.tt ihi'j can paiwn. There is a yretfcy gerer..! feeling that the pawnbrokers ot li/mope are tired of Holman, Peacook nad Co., and that advances will grow U'.^ni'Tuilj less, the rate of interest Hideously mGre. At,! oriXr Australia tl^aro ia sv ^l-oally sincei^e- desire that, at this vrisi-a m oiu history, 'the other fellow' -vhoii'.d ciono mise' and! make real sax-rifices in the in tfil'ftat. ni ftrftnt,Ar Rri+.nnn !tni. t!.^ .m*i.i-_ clianit wani»3 more profit, the xorku. moVe ?wages, the primary producer \vi'i;ts hio-Iv pncea and' low freights.- the i-ireo with' few acres and large -income wants a loud ta-s:,*'the Croesus with nanv ncrpB anct little cassh wants income to bear the 'burden. Mr. Hugnes has told the- Premiers they should retrench ; they will exactly -to the_ extent they needs must. In the meantime, -waste goes mer rily on. rtthe'J'-frraiter part of many an unmarried soldiers...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIGHTING IN THE WEST. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

FIGHTING IN THE WEST. (neuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Monday. General Haig reporis: tv'e drove back three attempts to approach south-east o£ Sjuchez and effectively bomb »rded' eusl wnrd of Lesbouffs poth sides of the Ancrc, eastward 'or Neuve Chapeile. 'Tiie Crcrmaiis lieavily shelled Ypres,, A French communique says: On the right bank of the Meuse there is a fairly inoly artillery duel.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GREECE CONTINUES TO SHUFFLE. Allies Give 48 Hours. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

GREECE CONTINUES TO SHUFFLE. Allies Give 48 Hours. LONDON, Monday. ( Router's Telegram . ) me ureeK uovernment is reported -'to Lu.ve handed the Allies a statement, po.nting cut the diflicuities of complying with certain demands.' The Allies are preparing a reply. ? Later. The Allies Jiave sent a new Note to Greece which as practically a -ib houib' ultimatum. (Published in 'The Times.') | ? i ^ I LONDON, Mouduy. | The 'Times'' understands ttiat the Al- i liel Ministers' fresh Note to 'Athens de- i mands tho prompt compliance with all the previous demands.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAMMOTH BRITISH WAR LOAN. Campaign to Ensure Success. LONDON, Monday, [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

MAMMOTH BRITISH WAR LOAN. Campaign to Ensure Success. L.ONJ3OK, UowUy;. (Reuters Telegram.) Reuters message, says there is enorm ous interest particularly in 'the city in Thursday's mammoth war loan issue. .Measures have been taken to enlist the support of sailers and soldiers in all fie;ds of operations . A meeting in furtherance of the suc cess of the loan will be held at the Guildhall on the t-lth inst. Mr. Bonar La -v and JJr. McKenna will Ue'^the speakers. Cabinet Ministers will also Si oak in leading provincial centres. ? -u

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMANY'S AIM. New Kingdom in Roumania. Sereth Struggle Important. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

GERMANY'S AIM. New Kingdom in Roumania. Sereth Struggle Important. LONDON^ Monday. (Reuter'si Telegram.) The Roumanian Government, believes that Germany aims at the occupation o£ the whole ol' Roumauia. The offensive will be conttuuecl without relaxation. New troops have been brought up aud are :U la^Kiujj .aaji ami nigiii. uespixe me in clemency of the season. Germany intends to initiate a new King and Government when the realm is overrun. Marcel ITutin, tbe correspondent, says tire Russian offensive on th'ij Sereth is important. General LudendorJI calls '..'t an extricating offensive but the Austrian Marshal Hofer admits it is on a great scale.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUSSIANS FIGHTING GAMELY. Repulse Enemy Attacks. Reserves Save the Roumanians. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

RUSSIANS FIGHTING GAMELY. Repulse Enemy Attacks. / Reserves' Save the Roumanians. ' LONDON, Monday. (lleuter's Telegram.) .V Rusbian official says: \\ e captured a village north-west of Pirul Swamp and trenches south-west of Bab it Lake. We have taken prisoner S00. since January C. we itJiJuisea nerue couumi c^bLat-Ks, . yjuv troops show extraordinary endurance and unrestrained braverey. We drove back column's southward of KrcVo. Following an enemy bombardment and1 three gas waves the enemy pressed back the Roumanians south-west of Fokshant until the1* arrival of our reserves. Tbc onqmy attacks on the Sei-c'h positions completely 'failed. '.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

T.IAPTER VIII.. As Lord Balliiia, struck with aston ishineni^ ai)d realising that' he was at length up on the track of those mys terious happenings which made for him tjis whole, life and happiness ,to. dis sover, saw the Labor leader 'who ,was missing from the House of 1 Commons upffn 'the platform of Pisq, Station, With an involuntary' movement, he turn ed and .walked; in the opposite.^direct ion. / '(' It was not because the viscount. had any fear that Francis Dalt'on would rec ognise him. The 'two men. had never met. Lord. Balllinu't. fa'e-e- aftd., figure were' not in any wiay known to^lie .gon ei-al public, w'hile Francis Dalton,, was prominent in all the'iiewspapevsj-'-and wajS ludicrrously cai-icatured., ,-? -.almost every week, in. 'JPnneh.' Lord Ballina turned away,*no,t because.' he 'wish'wl,, to avoid reeog-niti'on, but iu' ordei* to ool Jeiet his thoughts. - *. ., « „. What did, this mean? Whiaif4id*all this mean? Certainly there cpuld'be-no douDt at. all 'that he had s...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL WAR CABLES. BIRDWOOD PRAISES HIS MEN. Exemplary Conduct. "Many Germans Still Need Killing." LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

GENERAL WAR CABLES. BIRDWOOD PRAISES HIS MEN. Exemplary Conduct. , 'Many Germans Still Need Killing.' LONDON. Monday. „ f lleuter's Tdegram.) uenerai uiruwoou says t-uat. the re cords in France reveal the remarkable and 'significant tact that no instance has occurred of an Australian committing an offence against a woman. His reputa viuii m hub le-HiJcui, is oi me uignesi. i Sir New ten Moore said the experience at Salisbury had been the same.1 He had boen congratulated by leading residents of the district on the splendid behaviour* of the men. General Birdwood inspected ten of, the principal camps at Salisbury, and con versed with, numerous GalHpolites. lie said that he was gratified to see then example followed in France. Be felt tho samel confidence in the newest re cruits, and. would welcome every man that Australia cc.uld, send, for there were many Germans yet who needed killing..

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

MARKET REPORT^ Schute. Boll and Co., Ltd., report un der dafe January 6: — jfr'urslcins: jiNOAt -sale will be held ou the lObh inst. ' ' ' iiheopskins: AVo. hope to have somo Ad iinito news ill tile course ot a few days, 1 aud will notify pur clients- aojordingly. No salejS wore li'bld to'-dny, mid will be biispondcd untjl' lufthtM* notice. ' Hides: ,Tho' bc&t sortij advancrd nn eighth ot tv penny per pound. Upliois | firm at lato ratps. Quotations: l'ickod lieiivy. 'to 16a.; heavy, 'heU 10';d. to1 Hid., ordinary 93d. to T.O.\d. ; .medium, ' bust 104d. to HJ.d.. firrlinm-v HJrl t.o JOJd.. light, ibost. 10id. to lid., orilini.ry ' 93J11. to lOd. j. 'Sry begt 12d. lo 13d.',, oruiai-y M. to' lldr, rough 7.d to 8d. ;' bulls to lOi., laulty, bo-.D 8id. to L'jit., | seconds ,5jd. to 8A. . Tajlo«r: The best sorts advanced JO/ to lo/ pe;;,ton. . Other grades slioued no' qjiange tfi;om liuJt- ? auction. Quotations . t Jixcept vua] . to,' £-12/5 per ton ; pruno m'ixect £'40/10 to £41/...

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