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TAMWORTH RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

— ? ..— .. . . ? — J=5J TAMWORTH RED CROSS SOCIETY. r»H^ TT of tho spinning com blaok floeoes irom Mr. W Davidson, ? wnolbrook, and Mrs. F. Bell.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST CABLE NEWS. Germany Capable of Great Efforts. PROGRAMME FOR 1917. Hindenburg Hopes to Crush Russia. Merely Holding West Front. East Will Be Theatre This Year. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

LATEST CABLE NEWS. Germany Capable of Great Efforts. , PROGRAMME FOR 1917. Hintienlwrg Hopes, to Crush Russia. Merely Holding West Front. East Will Be Theatre This Year. X (Published in 'The Times.')' LONDON, ?We.dncMlay. Colonel Repingiqn, the 'Times' mili tary expevl, t ays. there are changed oonditions LW Ww 3 917 campaign, and thon'gh the Allies are now greatly hiip erior in numbers and resources,- and there is -weakened German morale, lower manpower, and- a 'complicated oeonomio situation, Germany is still cnipy'hle of a long military resistance iuid further successes. , ' , ilindenlburg will probably adopt the defensive on the. we^t front, where there are now 1W German divisions, not iiskirig a repetition o£ ibe gruelling of 1916, lessening- his iniferiority by massing vast supplies of heavy -guns, shells and men. Germany has- J.'tt divisions on .the e,i I front. Ifmuenlturn still aims at crushing Russia and wants to continue | the campaifi-n broken off in 1015.-' His?j presen...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Russians Rolling Forward. GREAT OFFENSIVE NEAR RIGA. Mitau Menaced. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

Russians Rolling Forward. GREAT OFFENSIVE NEAR RIGA. Mitau Menaced. (({enter's Telegram.) ' , . IjOMDON, Wednesday. IK'inw Island, captured by the Rus sians, is about ii hundred miles south east! of Riga-. A. rGerman communique (speaks of Rnssian raidis in the .vicinity of Fried rieh'ji.'Jilt, fift, miles ea'-t of Mitan, hence the apparent renewed Russian activity 'north- oxtends- on' a front of ap proximately H-0 mile«, including im portant strategic, positions', which is the most, important, as ' it is; the depot tor stores and the junction for many railway* :m-l road,,-, situated on the, navigable river. . ' j The German attack developed aii/im portant Russian counter offensive which h,)* aliead,y brought the Russians within it doyen mile-, of the Milan poni 1 ions'. ' They captured pos.it ions be tween thr western extremity of Luke Habit and the village oflKalnzemj north - wi st oiL' Mitau, whii'h were ci1rongly for tifled with i'mrn of considerable, height. | above (he flat cou...

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Germany Admits Peace Failure AMERICAN MOVES. Berlin Ambassador Indiscreet. WASHINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

Germany Admits Peace Failure AMERICAN MOVES. Berlin Ambassador Indiscreet. (Renter'!; Telegram.) WASH I WITON', \V winobittj y. The Qennims udmit the failure of the peace move but hope President WiKon will continue his efforts.. ' Leading Government officials agree that Mr. Gerard lot the eat out of tho bag. Sonic urgie' Mir. Gerard's recall.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMERICAN AMBASSADOR'S SPEECH. Count Reventlow Infuriated. AMSTERDAM, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

, AMERICAN AMBASSADOR'S SPEECH. Count Reventlow Infuriated. (Renter's Telegram). AMSTEUDA.M. Tuesday. Count Reventlow in inruriatnl at H'.r. Gerard's rcjnorlia at 1ho Amcrlmn I mi quet in Berlin, in whieli ho wild th-vt l,e was eonndent 1hat Urn best' of relations botwfif.n lho United Stains and. Gnrmnny would continue, ^vhlle such ; excellint leaders a's Hollweg, I ^Sindenburg. or. d; others remained iir iheir posts. Count RfiVfintlmv declares ihnt it ii unprecedented in war time Tor a n=)n;al Ambassador Io 'Ihu;; single ou) names. Itr sflvs that there i«? an uninistakaWe menaee in the implication of what .nay happen in ths e,v«iU, of olhnr uion com Injf; wliom the TTniiuil Stylos do int l.l:e.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL WAR CABLES. AMERICAN SYMPATHY FOR ALLIES. German Bitterness. Chancellor to Make Another Speech. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

GENERAL WAR CABLES. AMERICAN SYMPATHY FOR ALLIES. . German Bitterness. ChancRllur to Make Another Speech. (Renter's Tolearaiih'i LONDON. Tuesday. A Geriniin paper article skys: Ameri cans have, every reason to entertain tUo friendlie'jT. feelings towards' lis since ihey have done everything to oblige Great, Britain and nothinff to1 oblige Germany. ' ' 'j #ll|9ff| It r-ndon-ed HhvuiiU(iw'r viewn in re gard to' the sinking' of- shipping, and added: If America Ih really earnest aViouf the restoration, of. peace ' sho should state the condirionr, of her friendship nat to Berlin but to London. An Amsterdam correspondent nays tttlo rthe lSnlonln rejily to l^rc»M-.nt Wilson's Note Holhmiuiu TJollwegg in tlie Rpichstag will lurl!iei- defiue the position of (ierini.ny anrt.iier allies. Ger many will simultaneously ? make repre sentations to tho neutrals who support e.d Wilson's proposals.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
More Awards. AUSTRALIAN ACT OF HEROISM. (Reuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

More Awards. AUSTRALIAN ACT OF HEROISM. (Rent'er's Telegram.) LONDON, Wednesday. The following Australians have been awarded the Distinguished Service Or der: — '^ ICaptain William John S'cotfc, who saved a critical situation by judicious machine gunning and kept off several attacks. ' ?' - ' ' Militaa-v rosses: Onptain Jiarry Cum ng, Lieutenants ' ? Hastings,1 .- a'Beckett, Leo Owythcr, Jjcslin Kemmis, Charles Somerset, Lionel Loveday. , Distinguished' Conduct Mpdala : Lanee-Corp; 14. Weger, Private H. I'1. VTenker, and a N'f-w Zealander, Sei'gt. F. Holder.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANILLA GRASS-FED RACES. MANILLA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

MANILLA GRASS-FED RACES. MANILLA, AV-?dncsday. _ As (i result -il Wi-i grass-fed races in :tiil of lho lioNpiLnl, ii\m bpuciiL will iim mint Lr- over &Wi- in-fvlit. Uv the. hospital. 'Mr K. l!iwi«) «'«,s the movinjr .spirit. in tlie meeting. Tlin racing rr-.tulted: — :;v 'Nurses' lliimliicnip 0 'lure.: H. .1. Vick e.r.s' fJood Leaf ]O.2. 1; *A. JJalwin's ---iiltah 2.' Tliero were, four starters. ' .Sfco-nd Maidon, Handica.p: Ii. Bich 'i-'--oii'4 Bpri»Mio.''l;'Tininogai] 2, Koo Color 3. Bi-x starters. ?; Public!in''i Pnrjoe-.: l-\ 1 arker's Ooroo tumk -1, -Jiipta.ii) Diive 2, MinUiyjf Prince 't. Four starters. . ? ]?nehp.'ors' Itnp?: N-. Stevens' Mcrlier loy 1, Fnbulo 2, Lnrdo !J. |i*i.ve stni-tcrs. Finnl FTandiicap: ,1. J. R.. Nelson's Dec T['mp.t--n l! Moulin ii. Five starters. l.oeiil ]{»)v : 0. Tl. Tfail'4 Marvoc I'.'.' Tiiiifvi rlim !i Planot JO .'I. Four starters.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE SPORT. ROSEBERY RACES. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

LATE SPORT. ROSEBERY RACES. ? ' ''''' HYDNh'Y, Wednesday. RosGiben-y pony, raws i«-,uJl(-d: — :W!yi^vfiantlica'p-;t;;' Parthos 1 Elsie Phsist i-, Annex ;t. Winner, fl Ui 1. 11.1 EnndJcnp : iltiui AifcorA I, Frith fiold 2. Cain-Wield -tt. Winner, 3 to 1. \lni-{--u Hnndicn.p-:NAnniie JJ. ], Miss 1'(si«-iHt» 2, Sir ft'iii, 3. Winner, a to t. ;: _. H osphcrxy,, Hando'cip : ??? ? Parthos 1 , ; Po-' meroo 2, Mirzhn !5. Winner, ovonr:. - II 1 1 and; s Handicap; Plying Arrow 1 Rod fii[^y 'j!, Gn'ci'i ,rt. ,-Mi.ii lrta-iiiHcoi»: I0t«8(i''effi'l '^Tfiying L-; Fail-field ;j. Wiinnei-. tl tn 1. I Knoonrnicro Ktfikfts: Rniiit-L Oiillnppr 1, Some l.uy. 2. /olrt-j .'(. Winner, 3 to 1.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
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MR. COOK HAS NOTHING TO SAY. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

MR. COOK HAS NOTHING TO SAY. . .SYDNEY. Wodensdnv ' Mr. Cook, interviewed to-day, said Hint he had nothing' to report, regarding Ilie. suggested National Government; find tin) meeting Twlil lac.L night in Alel honrne. ' ?

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL APPRAISEMENTS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

WOOL APPRAISEMENTS. RYHMEY. Woiln-v.dar. ?Wiriohcoimiboi Onirsoh ;? Ltd;, roport ;the follo.Ving '(aipiirniseinents of district _woo1s wore vninde ; .in -diir ' -latnlogue i-—W. Hi Cone Woolomin, y 234d'. ; .y'A.. V: EinRl Barrabn 23jd. ; 'Jnolr F. ?..?PwfrcmenV Lithibri; Slid- !- ifJ-': .Hall, Manilla.. 191d . ; : W Cr.' .Dmvdell .Tflmwarth. 19(1. ; Geo. F. Carey, Limhri, 19d. ; I-. Shorrettj DungtHvah, X7|d. i . '.

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No English Princes for Germans THE HAGUE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

No English Princes for Germans (M outer1:) THl*-({raw-.) ''l:vTHiB HAGUJ5. Wednesday. The Snxo (Joburu awl thrlha diet &: disoussinig a* ij^ilV e^cliidingi the possibil-: ity of ;fo-reign. princes euctoeeding to the Ducal Tin mio. It. is chiefly aimed iiKidm st any'En«liKh. prince succeeding in the ovont of the, reigning Duke' dyinij ?with-_ onh iiinJo ismi^.^w ?

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COUNTRY TENNIS WEEK. Win for Tamworth. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

COUNTRY TENNIS WEEK. Win for Tamwnrth. r ? .SYDNEY. Wefln'esilnv Following; are' the results uf to-day's Country Tonnas Carnival matches: — . , r'Puannvoi-Ui v. Parkes. l^-mhlon nnd Prior (')'.), v. Gai-son and rtodgeon (P.). C-O. 0-2. ISmblen mi-) Prior v. Wilkas and I e i naril, d-h, fi-.'!. Hidiwol'1 and TCmM-en (T.), v.- Wilk(« aiifl Leonard (P.), A-ti, 6-3. i .'?Bidwell' and KmWen v. fiirson and1 Godgeon C-2, 1-6., . Tiwnnrorlili wonv.by fi.Kete 41 game^ to 2 sets 27 kgamca. fn Countrv Ooon Binglea Todd. ImmiI. Prior 4-f-, «7-3. (1-3. Tn tho Singled KimdiOaiii; Ka^lo beat OolcltiiH.il 6-4, «-(). Junior Own i-Shi^lw, -Kitlhtoii lw»t C'b-rlt^n «-4 -«-2. Doiiibloa ITundirnp Gnr-r nnrl LoMriu be'* Fitzpatrick nnd1 - M'tihluii 6-5, 6-4. ? Ruilnirf-li bent (Similar by oiplil sets 48 warnies tn 2!1 R-aim1!!. We«l--vrn SuburKst htKii LitliOTw l)y fiix (Mil^ 42 $5ames iV- two ic-in 2-i games. Oimaitry Open T)oitfil-*s -'F,ml-loii nnd Prmi- .liea-fc -'). and1 H. KidHlono 0-3, 6-1.; . Tea...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLEN INNES RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

GLEN INNES RACES. - Kntales cloeo on 'Monday next for the (?Ion IniM'K JA\ Annivorsary mpoting -m '(VntiiversnyDiv Imiu.iry 2-j. The pro- I grnmme is.'inn interesting on«. rontiijiuina i-,ov-ii races. The ]-riz-- money amounts 16 £144. \u there are only a few days I lol't'i ownprs should lose no lirno im koI- I tin': in, their? 'nominations. /

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

This Grocery Opportunity Unquestionably your Greatest ! Ihrell on what it. means to you that this Is thejbnsiest grocery here abouts ! Best values to be had anywhere is the potent factor that is bringing us larger crowds' than yon'l find in most any two grocery 'Store*;, com bined. This immense trade makes necessary enormous stocks. Buying1 enoimons stocks' gives us gTeat price concessions, which places us in position to quote and give yon lower prices than any other store. Besides yon get fresher goods. CHARLES REGAN LTD., PALACE OF TRADE, 284, 286, 288; 290 PEEL STREET, TAMWORTH. TENTERPIELD.— ?440 acres C.P. and C.L., box and'ironbark country, water ed by creeks, good house, sheds, etc., ?well fenced. Cheap, 15/ per acre. Terms. Further particulars, Ware & Co., Tamworth. TAMWORTH.— 92 Steers, 2 to 2% yrs, nearly all good colors, good condition. £10/5/. , For offer, apply ? Ware and Co., Tamworth. MAiNILiLA. — 130 Steers, 18 months to 3 years. Price, £7/4/. Ashford: 950 We...

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HUNGARIAN PEACE AGITATOR WITHDRAWS. BERNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

HUNGARIAN PEACE AGITATOR WITHDRAWS. , * (Renter's Telegram.) BRRNT5, Tuesday. Oourit Andrassy, the Hungarian states man, ; has 'been '??compelled to make a1 pub- lic express' of regret for his recent peace at any'prlce speech. ' ?:,????.. .,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

BUSINESS NOTICES. iFAULDINffSl % HEALTH-GIVING # f fruitSaline I ? % Y* lb: tins - 1 lb. tins « ' f Is. 3d, 2$. I i for tk Hot Weather. 1 . W THE ''REGULAR USE OF ^L «# THIS FINE^REPARATION « i « STIMULATES THE LIVER C * CLEANSES THE STOMACH « ^F and generally Sr ' % INVIGORATES THE SYSTEM. « ^fc II makes a4*Ieasant Drink, and Is line ^f ' ' ^F (or the Children as well as Adults, ^b , '' J YOUR -STOREKEEPER AND CHEMIST € , 5 F. H. FAliLDIING & CO., LONDON. * 'J SYDNEY BRANCH: 6 O'Connell SI. .SYDNEY £ THE REASON WHY. 5 It is ?wonderful how quickly and offec ., tiyely truth silences a lie. A manifes-. . tation of the same great moral law is i the way the public dropped the use of i impure substitutes for Aspirin once they ! realised that absolutely pure Nicholas' - 'Aspirin could be obtained. Nicholas Aspirin 'is 'manufactured under .license from the Commonwealth Government and . -subject to regular test by the Oomrnon we41tfi -.Government .Analyst. Sufferers ' from all nervo...

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SINEWS OF WAR. Allies' Big Advantage in Gold. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

SINEWS OF WAR. . Allies.1 Bin Advantage in Gold. (Renter's Telegram.) LONDOW. Tuesday. Tho Allies' holding In Kold-firo oqriin aU-(,l at .i;Gf»7,7--2,000, compared with £125,954,000 announced by the German' Reichslbaiik. ? The BriiiMh ' Rmpiro holdings totnl «1fi4,!MC000.

Publication Title: Daily Observer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NATIONAL GOVERNMENT. Still. Probability of Formation. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

NATIONAL GOVERNMENT. Still Probability of Formation. SYDNEY, Wednesday. A. niGSHflRe trom Melibourne states limit apparentlyiaU hope of bringing the Federal Mini: tnrial and liberal parties into line with, ouch olhor-has not been abandoned. It was ptetf Ld to-iday fry a ! rnenvber of Uiis Np.w South Wales Ministry'that' it was intended: by Mr., Hughes to : re-open neirotiations with Mr. Cook for tho for mn.tion of a National Government, be fore the forthcninlnjr elections for the purpose of presenting a united front, at the elections on the war policy.

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NEW NATIONAL PARTY. COMMITTEE FRAMING THE POLICY. Labor Criticism. Preparing for General Elections. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917

NEW NATIONAL PARTY. COMMITTEE FRAMING THE , ., POLICY. - Labor Criticism. ?. Preparing for General Elections. . , SYDNEY;- Wednesday. : ; v,a m~ e?ecutive:.;cpmmit.tee:v of ' t.he^Na tionawaits of AuslwiHw niet in Melbourne to-day to 6r»w utf'the national platform. Mr. j. c. Watson presided. The meet ing wub hflrl ,,i private Mr lletby n f erring fo the formation of tho Federal National purjy, Hiiys: What seems to uu/ve escaped conaiileration are -11ic ee-ononiiie, industrial, and financial ques tions necessarily involved, even in n war policy. It is on thesi inalters that some definite announcement of policy is necessary before , anyone can say whether the proposed now party is one which can command general suppon Members belonging to the different parties showed little^' readiness to--i«y to [discuss openly the prospects of the Na |tioniU party, On-rs member ? of fcho oiRcial Labor iwrly remarked: 'Tin new imrty is dead already. ,ltwas prematurely for med.' . -icnmnlly speaking .t...

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