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(British Admiralty Intercepts. Collected by the Wireless Press). [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
(British Admiralty Intercepts. Collec ted liy (ho Wireless Press). A wireless German official message hov',: During ji heavy snowstorm the HuTOiunH recaptured (}luurtnn Island1, north of Illux. An attempt ana hist the west bank of the Dvina foiled. The, enemy is tenaciously -i( fending the valleys of tho Bereclca mountains into the Moldavia plain, but. we arci stup by ; step advancing. .We stormed posi tions on botli sides of the (lasinu and Susita vallp-VH1 nnrto roanVinii fha; Piilna 'actor. The enemy is holding new posi tions opposite ilie bend. We drove back the Russians to the Granzeni-Nanesti lino, and stormed Garleiiska. Yesterday's captures now amount to 99jOfficers :jiiid OdOO men. German correspondents claims that three hundred waggon loads ' of grain have bam captured at Braila. They confirm the destruction ol' the factories, and state that most of. tho. population remain. The 'Prussians captured a thousand prisoners and a score of kiihh soith west of Itiga.
GERMANY AND SPAIN. Submarining Intended as a Lesson. Sharp Spanish Reply. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
GERMANY AND SPAIN. Submarining Intended as a Lesson. Sharp Spanish Reply. ? '(Renter's Telegram.) LONDON, Tuesday. The Sipanish Government Iijik resign' d. The resignations ' followed a violent pro-German attack' on the Ministry, con sequent on its refusal to support the Wilson Note. It is, understood that the German Amibassadior at Muih'id recently declared that the suibniarining of Span ish shiDs was^a1 severe iessOri to: Snain- In view of the Government siding with tho AUies, and not taking the chance of mediating In the war, ' Ati Opposition organ .thereupon ne clared that^ Spain -could not accept les ions from foreigners.
PRO-GERMAN AMERICANS. Attempt to Compromise Ambassador. Mr. Gerard Wary. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
PRO-GERMAN AMERICANS. Attempt to Compromiss Ambassador. Mr. Gerard Wary. (JReiitcr's Telegram.) V hONDONr.Tncf.diiv. An Ani.-.lerilarn message, says Uuil. tho American Association of Commerce and Trade In Berlin is notoriously ProGer man. It was hoped to tr;ip Mr. Gerard Into a reckless statement condoning submarine friglntifulness after the failure of. the fjormon peace offering, but the Amlbassador was very vJigins, 'uiid spoke chiefly of the, Heil Cross Funds he had brought from America. A report ol his speech, emphasising the better relations passage, was semi officially circualted broadcast in Ger many. The State Department., in Washington Ivia cabled Mr. Gerrard, requesting it statement of his utterances at the re cent banquet In Berlin, especially that portion in which was alleged to have asserted that never since the beginning of .JJip war had-jlhfli-jBlfltloRB -ibriwoe.n 'the. llnileil States nnd Germany bean more cordial.'
ALLIES' NEW VIGOR. Rome Conference Considered Significant. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 11 January 1917
ALLIES' NEW VIGOR. Rome Conference Considered Significant. . (If enter's Telegram.)- ' '. . . . i. T,fVNrr)O'Nr:':TnfiSflav» ? A Rome message sU'ten thei^t1 'tho Allies' determination to act with great rapidity is evidenced by tho fact that the Conference^ which was undulitkcn on Mr. Lloyd George's hole iniative, was decided on. only' at the cud of the year, and arrarinemi itlq were completed In a few (lavs. Instructidiia' for carrying ' out. lho Rome .conference '? resolutionsi will- be Issued sit an early date. Hotifcfactory results (ire expected.
RECRUITING CAMPAIGN. Co-operation of Women Sought. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917
RECRUITING CAMPAIGN. Co-operation of Women Sought. . ! SYDNEY. Thursday. 'Mr. Mackinnon, Director-Geneirali, or Recruiting, nMyH he is quite enrtuin Unit ur far as: Victoria Ik concerned Llie peo ple are thoroughly in « urneHt in regard to cettin«, reinforcements. Th*, whole belligerent world wiik be ing ' organised. Au»trall«, could not af ford to stand: out of the general move ment. There wiw moIiim: lo -lio a big movement right throughout tho Com-, monwealth to get the co-operation- of women. ', \ ???.???..?? ..?.....-.? .?????;:? SYDNEY, Thuvsdav. Tinier the dlMiute In tho trflwllni? inriustrv \» settled before Tusday noxt H ;is' beliieved to be ' almost certain '.hat ( the trouble will extend. : , ,
REPATRIATION. STATE AND FEDERAL AMALGAMATION. Features of the Scheme. Placing Men on the Land. Commonwealth to Advance the Money. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917
REPATRIATION. STATE AND FEDERAL AMALGAMA TION. Features of the Scheme. Placing Men on the Land. ConHiwnwualth to Advance the Money, MH'!Ur«)TIUN15, Thursday. .ITlie, .repatriatiom sc^hetui! adopted bj the Premiers' Conference makes mem bers of ih( AiJibtruliun and British naval and1 military forces who have served in the .present war eligible as liind settlers. }X-b povines inar, uie. irmxniiuia aa-. ranee on improvement, whali ibe £500 at \y- pef t'csriL for the first..: year, rising ,o the cost price of money. The Prime Minister understood the CommoowcaMh would advance the money. It was decided (Queensland at pec sent withholding 'consent) in constitute a Board' composed' of Ktfttc. Ministers and one Commonwealth, called the Soldiers'1 Settlement Board of Austra lia to recommend in regard to advances and other matters1. It was agreed! tluit. the Common wed'Hh and Sinter .should *h»re equally the cost of training the soldier settler.' It was de'c.ide'd to abk the Whites lo agree to...
BOY'S FONDNESS FOR GIRL. Grief Causes Him to Suicide. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917
^OY'S FONDNESS FOR GIRL: \6rief Causes Him to Suicide. SYDNTCY-.Thnrsdnv. At the inqui'rtl on llui body of Ernest Murray, aged ]«,' tin1, evidence whowed that deceased hanged himself in a fit of grief over 1ho death of a Klrl a yean younger, who had been knocked down I and fa I ally injured by an unknown (;y--- I list, and to whom he was piissionately ( devoted. , On. th© day of Ui«) tragedy lie re ----!irifed lo. ) coiapiuitou 'whnt would it lir, like, if you cut,youi bhroat?' add ing 'I fenl ris 'if 1 wished to die.'
HAILSTORMS AND WHEAT. Insurnace Companies Very Hard Hit. Loss Totals £200,000. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917
HAILSTORMS AND WHEAT. Insurnace Compaiiius Very Hard Hit. Lnss Totals £200,000. ?'?'?'' SYD'NEY. Thursday.' Insurance companies operating in policies ngsHnst damage to win at crops -y hflll, bavo 'been particularly hard lilt diinln'gr'the season, the estimated lO(S*S' beliiiL: approximately: -C200,000. As a re nilt, tho bifr companies Jiflve decided not to issue this class of policy in future, (ml some of the smaller compan ies are still taking Hie rink at tin old premium. It is understood that a movement is on,.foot to bi-lnm all the companies into 1r,e.'
OLD GOLDFIELD WAKES UP. Rich Find Near Sunny Corner. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 12 January 1917
OLD G0LDFIE11D WAKES UP. Rich Find Near Sunny Corner. SYDNEY, Thursday.. A senssition way ca,used nt Sunny Cor oi- t.o-day by Iliu arrival of a prospector with a rich bunch of quartz, which was nore than half gold. The discovery was made ''. ' bv Alexander ?.': Gray and 'narty. who' had -beeiy' prospecting ;;an: area ;of wfi'nty acres ou Gray's private property at Coolafingal. ? , Riich allnvinl Mold wsi's ulso found in i-,ully bi livw Hiin area, some or the iu«Kctc, bPlnn up tu Lwtiilv ounces In Weight. The party succeeded In tracing lie reef over fifteen chains. ' 'i Ronie of Lin stone h\ going one hrtn rod ounces to lh-i ton.