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British Wool for Army. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

Briti»h Wool for Army, (Published in 'The Times.') The British 'army has -requisitioned .11 home grown wool stocks.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Spanish Military Mission. VISIT TO BRITISH ON WEST FRONT. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

Spanish Military Mission. VISIT TO BRITISH ON WEST FRONT. LONDOX. Tuesday. (Uouter's Telegram.') lleuter's corregucuucnV at lfeadquar tsrs Abates: A 'ISpanis.li. military m:6aion has- been touring tho Briti&ui n-ont and witnessed, a daylight raid against enemy posit.ons in tiie region oj' Arras. It was received, iby Field Mnr&bal llaig and --ivea a- luncheon by Uenei-alb ilawlin son and Uough, aua the officers of tho 16th l^ancors, -oi whom King Alionso' is Oolo'nel. Tho visitors greatly admired the snag ni'.tudo of the BriUhh organisation.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russian War Cabinet. FURTHER CHANGES. Poles Remain Loyal to Russia. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

Russian War Cabinet. . FURTHER CHANGES. Poles Remain Loyal to Russia. (Published in 'The Times.') liOMXJN. Tuesday. The 'Timeu' correspondent at i'etro gi-ad forecaiite further political changes, includiiig the Preiniersliii) in connection ivit-lu Mm. l'okrovsky and Bo-brinks are mentioned in order to ensure- a- stable war Cabinet. The Austro-Goranan, ciiorts to enrol the Poles as fighters were a' fiasco. The vast majority in the occupied provinces aro unshako.ibly loyal to Russia.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Audacious Airmen. SPOTTING FOR THE BIG GUNS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

Audacious Airmen. SPOTTING FOR THE BIG GUNS. (Published in 'The Times.'') TiON'DON. Tuesday. The 'Times' correspondent at liead quarteri, says: 'The Anglo-Scottish troops P-iTtfoipated. in the Arras raid, on a 2OL0 Yards front. Airmen convoys flew to the German lines before tho advance audac iously landing in, exposed positions and wonderfully t:pottiucr tor the big guns.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
German Success. ANOTHER ROUMANIAN POSITION GONE. Focsani Captured. (British Admiralty Intercept. Collected by the Wireless Press.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

German Succers ANOTHER ROUMANIAN POSITION j GONE. I v Focsani Captured. (British Admiralty Intercepts'. Col lected by the Wireless Press.) LONDON. Tuebdav. (Reuter's Telesram.) A -German otheia! says: The Russians strongly attacked west of the Riga Mit'au Road and extended their gains cf January 5 as far as the river. We pushed h-ack the enemy between the Putna and Ovud valleys and drove out the Russo-Rounianians from fortified mountain positions at Odobesti towards j Putria. We stormed1 the, Milcova posi Lion and pierced' the enemy second line between Foscani and Jaresleu and crossed the Focsani-Bolotesli Road, 2!ipturing- Focsani and .taking prisoner 3910 men and three guns.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bessarabia to be Attacked. RUSSIAN SERETH LINE TURNED. Mackensen's Next Blow. LONDON. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

Bessarabia to be Attacked. RUSSIAN SERETH LINE TURNED. Mackensens Next Blow. (Published in 'The Times.') I.OKDON. Tue-.-luv. I lie capture ol Toesnm turns the western 'extremity of tho Sereth lines which run eastward from Focsani. The Pruth River is the next Russian line past Sereth. Mackciiaeu 'apparent- ly intends attacking 'Bessarabia but must first force Hie Deuube from TJob rudja or the Serelh-Pruth lines, . . The Russians arc now bearing the brunt of Hie fighting, The Roumanians arc reorganising in tlic rear.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Italians Near Trieste. (British Admiralty Intercepts. Collected by the Wireless Press.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

Italians Near Trieste. (British Admiralty Intercepts. Col Jocled by tho Wireless Prtiss.) LONDOX, Tuesday. (Router'* Telegram.) An Italian cllicial says: There ib vigorous artillerydng- on the whole front. An aeroplane llcw over Trieste and dropped: 200 .kilogram^ of explosives oh the Nabresona station, in the r-egiou oi Montqucrcoto.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
War Stocks Advancing. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

War Stocks Advancing. (Published in 'Tho'Times.'1) LONDON. Tuesdav. .All fclocka are buoyant us the result uf thu impendiug loan. Wur s-iockri are udvancaiig-. i

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rome Conference. "CAME AT THE RIGHT MOMENT.' PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

Roma Conference. 'CAME AT THE RIGHT MOMENT.' (PJnblioJicd in. 'The Times.') RUMS, Tuesday. , .M.'Jintmd, tdiei l'reneli rwnuer, says the (Iouk* coii'ference was O'f the great e-ifc ?utility- and camo at the right mo ment, for iirrimging difficulties and difc 5 (-nfcin^ niany attempt * to cloud the Al ii, .i' relations.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Allies Tired. NO FURTHER TRIFLING WITH GREECE. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

Allies Tired, NO FURTHER TRIFLING WITH GREECE. (Pn'oli&hed in 'Tho .'Junes.') - . .. LOXDON, Tuesday. Plio, Junes m a leader says: ilia Allies are tired of tho continiiod Gre c'-.ni menace, outraged and indignities. ? Tiie fresh Xote .indicates that the} ,linve finally 'decided on .vigorotis action if there is further procrastination and shiftiness. . .' t

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"National and Non-Party." OBJECT OF MR. HUGHES' NEW MOVEMENT. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

'National and Non-Party.' OBJECT OF MR. HUGHES' NEW MOVEMENT. . . SVDNJfiV. 'lut&day. lu official -Labor cirtiles it is strongly Ijtsld that Mr. Fisher should represent Australia a+, the Imperial Conference. Sir. Uughes dopreca-tes the -tat--meiit that the object of ito-night's ireetiiig m JMelbouruo is to form a Najio-ial l/a-'boi pjirtj. Ho thought lie lad m.-i/Je it clear that tho object of tha organ sation was nation and non-party. JNo .I'Vileml Politician would lie preeenn »t- xbe m-ct- - ing.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLEN INNES WEDDINGS. Ross-Voss. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

GLEN INNES WEDDINGS. Ross-Voss. The residence, of Mr. jr. H. Steward, 'Linwod,'1 .was the scene of a pretty wedding on Wednesday of last week, the contracting parties be'ing Arthur, ' se cond sen of Mr. and Mrs. Ross, of f lainneia, ana .himuy May, youngest aau: ghter of Mr; and, Mrs. O. Voss.. The Rev. A.. P. Cameron performed , the ceremony.' The bride, who was given fuway. by 'her b|other--in-,law; Mr. H. Steward', wore a white flake dress, with court ' train trimmed with shadow lace, orange, blossoms, and true lovers' knots, with the usual wreath and veil. The bride carried a . bouquet of 'weet peas and roses, .and wore a gold brooch, gift of . the bridegroom . The bride's gift to the bridegroom was a pair of gold sleeve links. Miss Ivy Hutchcliff attended as bridesmaid, and wore cream voile, trim med white lace with hat to match; she also wore a gold brpoch, gift of the bridegroom.' Mr. Herbert Voss acted as best man. The bride's train bearers were the little Misses N. and L. S...

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

HIGHLAND GATHERING, The Caledonian Society .of ^ Tamworth' ' ana District have arranged to hold their,.,., , j annual gathering; on Anniversary Day ,--..,-, 26th Instant. Everything in connection'-'') with the gathering is well In hand and*' -lJ- the committee expect this gathering to be the most successful yet helfl. The Peter Devvar Cup competition (Piping), motor car ( and cyiole events, ' bicycla ' races, including' one 'for boys, rilghland -... carries ami a competition 'Jor^he best'! ^ looKlfig girl on the ground, are among the events of a large programme.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL ARENA WHAT THE PARTIES ARE DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

FEDERAL AKENA WHAT THE PARTIES ARE DOING. -From our Melbourne Correspondent.) 11 .'We have, 'had a few days' experience «i£*-the effect of the -Duylight Saving Act one of the few measures which, the 'recant' sitting of the Ffederal Parlia ment gave Australia. When questioned about ite results .as seen, na chiton Springs, -where he spent the holiday, Mr Hughes -said jocularly: '0, they were ewsauent. everybody came flown an nour ,late.' At the particular seaside resorts where 1 ' spent New 'Year's Day, hun dreds remained on. the beaches far later thin they meant, and the fights for seats ill char-a-banc, 'ibus or cab running to ?ttfe -tail-ly distant train were very amus ing 'to those of us who were staying over night. 'No doubt mothers with infants and- Juiletfe with stem, parents tound the fights 'and the repeated disappoint ?ments tragic. It -was 'really hard to re . member ' exactly at the right tnomeatti that?, though the sun was shining bright lj', it was 20 minutes to 9. But s...

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

- * MAMLLA iSAUE. V. J. Byrnes (auctioneers), Manilla, is holding -a special -sheep and cattle sale at the Manilla yards on Saturday, 13th instant, when some choice lines will be offered for sale right out. rihe cattle comprise principally steers and bullocks, tat. there is a. line of 11 Bangheet Sta tion bred heiferd, principally with calves whioh should command attention, they are only 4 years* old. Intending buyers will not bo disappointed if they come along. Some very choice lines are offer ing. BACKACHE AND KIDNEY TROUBLE. 'MY KIDNEYS WOULD THROB, AND SOME NIGHTS I COULD NOT , x ?SLEEP AT ALL.' 'I suffered terribly from Backache and Kidney Trouble for about six years, and it, times the pain was so bad that I would groan with it,' writes. Mrs..H. Burmeister, 12 Channel-street, Ballarat E., Vic. 'At times my Kidneys wul'l thVob for they were: the weakest part or my body. I was s6 bad at times that l could not lie onmyiback, and som nigms could not sleep at all, I felt so weak. I ...

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

Susfaes-Whlteman. A quiet wedding took place at Shan non Vale on Wednesday week, when Ralph Nicholson only son of Mr. J. Sustees, .school teacher at Jerrawa and late of whannum marnea Aaa ireue, youngest daughter of M. and Mrs White man. The. ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Smiers. The bride, who given away by her father, wore a robe of ivory crepe-de-chene, draped with ninon, hat to match, and carried a bou quet of flannel flowers and asparagus fern. Miss M. Whiteman, sister of the bride, attended as bridesmaid, and Mr. J. P. Marne (Guyra) and Mr. C. Mor ton were in attendance on the , bride groom. ? After the ceremony a. recep tion was held1, at. which; a few intimate friends were' entertained . Mr. and Mrs. Sustees left, for Sydney by the Brisbane mail on their honeymoon. The bride's travelling' dress was' of assam silk, with black hat' trimmed with1 white plume. The presents were numerous and costly. Including several cheques. ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REMOVE MOTHER-IN-LAW. A Mesopotamia Court. "Empire in the Egg." [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

REMOVE MOTHER-IN-LAW. . A Mesopotamia Court. 'Empire in the Egg.'.' - Nlasiriynh when we first occupied it' during the flood season last year (writes the British war correspondent Edmund Oand'ler) was more than a iphysical island; it was an island in an abstract sense, a small cosmos isolated in chaos, but a cosmos that was al ways extending its bounds. Outside the walls of the town the anarchy that had ruled for geenrations was rife; inside was peace'and1 content. - , The' merchant, land'owner, shopkeep er, the artisan appreciate a settled go-, vernment, and the Arab as a rule, with all his failings, -has a saving common se'ase which tumbles to expediency as soon as it becomes apparent. A stu;, dent of British methods could not do better Mian pass a day in a town like Nasiriyah. a year after occupation. Spend a morning in the court of the military governor. In the seat of ou thority you will probably find a very young officer — one of the type 'who has been in the habit of spending...

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

THE GARDEN. The Double Stock: A garden of any protection without this flouer is almost unthinkable. /Sto-dks are splendid plants and a vast amount of time, care arid skill have been expended upon their se iectioni and improvement. Many Con tinental and several English ipecial.sts have done Rood work in this direction, and to them wo owe, the magmheent types of stocks of to-day. The gay col oring andl the spicy odour ot the, flow ers would ensure popularity im tne plant in its loast improved form, and these qualities have ensured constant at tention, to its merits, so that even rash ion, .whifllh puts its toot on beautiful flowers tor no good reason whatever, lias not succeeded, at any time in deprecia ting this line favorite. There are about 30 species of stocks kntfwn to botanists, and all aie1 natives of the countries bor dering on th© Mediterran».n. Only 3 species,- however, have obtained th© at tention of the specialist, viz.t Math o.a Annua, the ton-week stock with its in numer...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HINDENBURG. As the Huns see Him. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

HINDENBURG. As the Huns' see Him. One of 'The Daily Mail' Eyewit nesses writing from somewhere in Ger many, gives some interesting' inside in formation: /'Hmdenburgl Hindenburg I' 'jKIbfWi you'll1 see a change I' It was the dlay on which, Hindenburg was appointed and1 Germany had gone mad with joy: or was it relief? With alt the faith in the 'Hanover Dug-out' and with all their pride in the 'Sav- iour of East Prussia,' there was mixed in this new access of Hindenburg worship 'a kind! of childish relief. One could! measure the depth, of the de pression before by the degree of relief afterwards. Yet it would1 be unwise to attempt to depreciate eibheir|HJindenburg'a military talent or his personal influence. It is cf the latter that I am most convinced because I met and) spoke with people who had come from his immediate en tourage; I met soldiers- who had fought as near him as 'it is given to German soldiers to fight, and I met also an of ficer, maimed1 for life, who had helped to win ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 10 January 1917

. LOOK TO YOUR 'PLUMBING; \ You know what happens In a house la which the plumbing Is in poor condition — everyiboar'i'ri'the house is liable to contract typhoid or some other fever. The digestive organs perform the same function in the human bo.dy as,1 the plum bing does tor the house, and they should be ..kept 1n flrst-class condition all the time.' If you have any trouble with your digestion* take Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach and liver and you are certain to get quick rellet'. Sold- by Oeo. Mallaby, chemist.* _ ,

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