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GENERAL CABLES. FIGHTING IN ROUMANIA. Germans Still Advance. New Roumanian Ministry Formed. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
GENERAL CABLES. ? r«» ? FIGHTING IN R0UMANIA. Germans ^Still Advance. New Roumanian Ministry Formed. ? (Renter's Telegram.) LONDON, Siitnrdny. ^v i^uhsiuh ouiciui message says: — The enemy advance continues in the Oitiiz Valley, where battles are pro ceeding for the domination of the heights east, of Sesgzo. The enemy ' pressed bafife the Roumanians' a verst north, and south of Kasino River s,nd west of Govesha. We repulsed attacks north of Rimn'lkserat, on the left o.f the Rimnik railway, near Rimnikserat, and as far as Boklu, neM- the Filipeshti station. a uerman message says: — We stormed positions on the Transyl vanian front and ; took 1400 prisoners, three guns and 18 machine guns, I Wei advanced as fru- as Dunitresti 20 kilometres north-west of Rimnik Sarat, and captured positions between Rimnik and the Buzeu R'iver. We captured Rachul,' in the Dobrudja. Reuter's correspendent at .lussy, the temporary capital of Roumania, reports that there were enthusiastic scenes in the Cham...
PEACE DISCUSSION. Scandinavians Send Notes. French Socialist Attitude. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
PEACE DISCUSSION. Scandinavians Send Notes. French Socialist Attitude. (Renter's Telegram.) LUNUON. Snf.ni-flnv An official message from Scandinavian countries states UiiU each has sent a Note to the belligerents supporting Pre sident Wilson's proposals. lleutor's correspondent at Copenhagen says that opinions have been expressed that the Governments would be wanting in duty to their peoples' humanity if they failed to support any action contribut ing towards the end of the sufferings :ind losses' entailed by the war At the Nationalist Socialist' Congress held in Paris a motion was carried to uib enect mat uermany's reply to Pre sident Wilson showed the offer of the peace negotiations to. be only a bait A motion was also carried declining to resume international Socialist relations unt.il the German Socialists defined their pence attitude. ? -??- ? AI. Bouillon, President of the French Socialist Radical party, in the course of an interview, said it was impossible that I victory shou...
END NOT YET. LORD CURZON ON PATCHED-UP PEACE. "War Will Last Well Into Another Year," LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
END NOT YET. ? ^ LORD CURZON ON PATCHED-UP PEACE. 'War Will Last Well Into Another Year.' (Neuter's Tolofnram.) liOiNDON, Saturday. Jjorcl Our/on, in the couP.se of a letter to tho 'Primrose League, snid: 'We all pray .tJiat this, war will .he the last,- but the end is not in sijght. Although there, arc signs nf exhaustion in many quar ters and peace kites 'a.re' flying, neither side has obtained a preponderating de cision . 'lfc Mcras liikely tlint the wrir will last well into another year, but i»-c must not falter, since n. pntched-np peace will mean our , immediate, morn I humHiation and ultimate destruction.
GERMAN METHODS. TREATMENT OF SMALL NATIONS. Contrasted with Those of Allies. Gigantic Robbery of the Belgians. VANCOUVER, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
GERMAN METHODS. TREATMENT OF SMALL NATIONS. Contrasted with Those of Allies. ______ 1 Gigantic Robbery of the Belgians. (Tfeuter's Telegram.) VANCOUVER, Friday. Field-Marshall Lord French, in nn ,'iut.horised intcrvimv with American pa pers, said that ho ceria/nly thought small neaitral conmtrics adjacent to Ger many were- in danger of being overrun by the Teutons, and treated the same aii Belgium. 'Arc Holland, Denmark ? Norway, and Sweden in -tlhe nature of lifebuoys that Germany niighjt seize if she were- sink ins?' he was asked. 'Yes, I think so,' said Lord French, who addressed* himself to the mMghmi questions ns follows: — Loa.vins out of acnount all questions ot ...mimibmty, tho stnqn military inter ests of the Allies would have been to apply the hlockado to Belgium in tho same way as to Germany. This right was clearly recognised by the Hague Convention. Instead, Britain nnd France- 'had contributed £22,000,000 sterling to the Be-liief Commission in Belgium. Secondly, the. Al...
"BELLIGERENTS' OBJECTS THE SAME." Wilson's Remark Bitterly Resented. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
'BELLIGERENTS' OBJECTS THE SAME.' Wilson's Remark Bitterly Resented. I CRenter'fi Telegram.) ** ? LONDON, Saturday. The passage of Wilson's Note to which the grontent. e-xtpptinn, is taken here is tiho nflsorbion that the declared objects of the /belligerents on both sides were virtually the same, 'each side desires to innike the, l-i^hts and privileges, of weak people and small states as secure again st aggression and against denial in fu ture, as. tho nilghts and privileges of the qrent and po-wei'iful belliRercnt -States.' Tt is everywhere asked, 'When has Germany shown any regard, to weaker Stntpp?' . ' v Tt is pointed out liluvt the actual e\i denne is . nhsoliiWy Contrary, rresident Wilson's ignorinp; of this is koen.ly felt.
EAST FRONT. Russo-Roumanians Still Retreating. Enemy Repulsed on Danube. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 1 January 1917
EAST FRONT. Russo-Roumanians Still Retreating. Enemy Repulsed on Danube. (Reute's Telegram.) LONDON, Saturday. A w'ireless ofTlcial message says': On the Transylvanian frontier mountains we entered the enemy's positions despite strong counter attacks,' and pnshfitl ahead, taking GGO prisoners. Mackensen is pursuing the retreating enemy on the whole front between the mountains. A wireless Kussian oinciai message says: The enemy occupied several heights in the OitiiK valley. Wo are con solidating ourselves northward of Horsha and east and south of Aosmezo. The enemy continued1 obstinate attacks nortli-east - oC 1 Remmirco(eralte# imalnly along the railway. They captured Bor dostshi and pressed us back near Zaies tai. We heavily repulsed an attack southward of tlie Danube.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917
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TATTERSALL'S RACES. Royal Laddies Wins Gift. Chantemerle the Cup. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917
TATTERSALL'S RACES. ^ Royal Laddies Wins Gift. - Chantemerle the Cup. SYDNliY, Monday. Tho wcatliei' tor the first day's racing in tli© Now Year turned oirt hot and bright; tho attendance at Randfrick be iiV-S large. Results: — NOVTCE HAXB1OAP, G furs. . Yn'Wa, 7.13 (Bracken) ? 1 Pnlnritic-. C.7 (Hiitchiings) ? 2 Bonne Cliande, 7.10 (DoiV-lnc ? 'I Other starters: Earl. San 7.'13. Goori ^anam-a 7.12, Linesman 7.12, Hippasia 1 '7.11, Basuto 7.10! Bernalda 7.7, Say home 7.7, Wai' Tax 7.7. Trcssadia. 7.7, Moyco 7.6, Maid of Seville 7.A, N.U.li. 7.2. Kenilera 7.2, Valcomen 6.12, The lvnot/i.12, Powdal 6.7, Tropid 6.7. .Betting: 3 to 1 Gooriananva., 5 to 1 Sayhorae) 6 to 1 Maid of Seville, 8 to 1 I/iiiewliian, 10 to 1 Bonne Clianc'e, 20 to 1 'Wattn. A'fter a sliglit drfay Watta from the oiifeide got first away. Pasising the five furlongs Sayhomlnio and Bernalda held the loacj from Lincfiaiian, Earl' San and Goori:ina.va. At the half-mile Sayhomb and .Bornal'da liold a length's, ltod from ...
ISON'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917
ISOX'S PICTURES. To-night ib to be screened the 'Wall Hetm-een,' featuring Francis Bushman in 'tho leading role. Tho Metro films are abovo tlio ordinary run of pictures. They havo more depth. ' of meaning. Tues day is always Metro nilcjlit. On this one to-niyht the picture outrivals all pre vioiih pinduutaons. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917
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TAMWORTH CRICKET. Hospital Benefit Match. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917
TAMWORTH CRICKET. Hosnital Benefit Match. A cricket match in aid of the Tam lyorlh District Hospital was held on the Ov-U yesterday afternon ebtwecn teams )iek'ed by Mr. Rogers and Mr. McDon ild. Following were the scores: — Mr. Rogers' Team: — Parker, b Mc Gregor, ,0; Smith, c and b Stewart, 11; Rogers c Alcdrri, b Wilson, 28; Hood, ') Wilson, 33; Adams, c Alcorn, b' Stew Vrt; 9; Kelso,- c. Rev.' Taylor, b Wilson, 1; Bo&chetti, c McGregor, b Wilson 1; Vtalligan, b .McGregor, 4; Scanlon, 'not 'Hit, 7; Lowey, b McGregor, 0; Molloy, 'j Wilson, 1 ; Kennedy, c Alcorn, b Mc Gregor, 1; sundries /8. Total, 110. Mr. McDonald's Team: — Rev. Taylor,] 'j Hood/6; Wilson, c, *b Hood, 13; Cum mins, c, b Kelso, 10; McGregor c, b Hood, 10;. Stewart, c, b Rogers, 30; Me- 1 ,Donald, h.o.w., b Kennedy, 17; Le ' 31anc,'b Kennedy 0; Alcorn, b 'Kennedy, 7; Prior, c, b Kelso, 0; White, not out, [ 15; Phillips, c, b Smith, 2; Woodard c, ,'j Kelso, 6; sundries, G. Total, 132. Mr. McDonald's team won...
SHIRE ELECTIONS. Cockburn and Peel Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917
SHIRE ELECTIONS. Cockburn and Peel Candidates. The triennial elect'idns of councillors 11 connection with the shire councils of New S^ufh Wales will be helj on Janu iry 2n. The lif'\ ot tue .municipal coun cils have -been extended to June .next. T.he following,;: candidates have been nominated for the Cockburn Shire: — A Riding: Harry Claude Denning, At tunga, farmer-; William Walker, Apple by, farmer. B Riding: Marcus Ernest Fisher, Ben 'lemeer, auctioneer; Peter Oliver Mur ??ay, Moonbi, agent; Egbert Wyndham, Daruka Tamworth, wine grower. , C Riding: John Stu&yt Noel Brown, Swamp Oak, grazier; Daniel Maher, Woolbrook, grazier; Alexander Mitchell, Danglemah, grazier; George Alfred Row iison, Ogunbil, farmer. . ' 11. C. Denning .and William Walker wore the only candidates nominated for \ riding, and they are therefore elected unopposed. f In connection with the other two rid !ngs a poll will be taken by postal bal lot. 1 All, the outgoing, councillors have been nominated and...
BENDEMEER RACES. Jolly Hero a Double. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 2 January 1917
BENDEMEER RACES. Jolly Hera a Double. The Bendomeer. J.C. held its annual weatne? yAestfr^ -«» Una, but warm Thf flJn A lar?e Crowd was Pres°it. l he fields were small, but the racing ttas very interesting. - 'ni- ORcsu^ts:^ OPENING HANDICAP, 6 fur. 94 yards, ^'nnon-s ch m Powlight, 8.0 (MoKinnon) ? ^ V. Holton's b g Jolly ' kero.' ' 7.0 l&cott; ? - 9 A. Martin's b ni Cocotte, 7.6 (H mV Granham) ? ' o Only starters. ? Betting: 2 to 1 on Powlight, 3 to i Tolly Hero, 4 to 1 Cocotte. ' - The favorite led al?' the way and won very easily by three lengths Time, 1.25y-. NOVICE HANDICAP, 6fur. 94 yards Archie Mac, 9.0 (C. Osborne) '* Athordon, 7.7 (McRinnon) .. ' ' 1 Thirst, 9.7 (B Osbornei ..' ' ' o *Dead heat. ? Betting: Evens Athordon, T to 1 Ar chie Mac and Thirst. - - . W the' run-off Archie Mac won -at evens. TimB,,].27^. ' . BENDEMEER J.C. HANDICAP, 1 mile I?. Helton s- b g Jolly Herb, 8 0 (Me-' Kinnon)- ? _ j B.' Page's ib g Voladri, 8.12 (Blatcli) 2 iS.. Martin's h m Cocot...