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THE ARROW THAT FLIETH (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER VIII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917
THE ARROW THAT EL1ETH BY GUY THORNE, Author of 'Mantrap Manor,' 'Wien it Was' Dark,' 'Made -in His Image,' 'First It Was- Ordained,'. 'A Lost Cause,' &o.,. &a (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER VIII.— Continued. Lord Balliha' left the table, nnd, guided by the page boy, Went into the long loggia filled with tropical plants, .vhicli opens upon tlie orange garden. O'Malley was , there waiting, nnA , oaime hurriedly up- to his master. 'Well?' said the viscount. 0 'My lord, I 'know exactly where ;hoso two gentlemen are staying. I sow them 'go into a house, a great -ig marble palace S'ort of a house, on ,ho side of the river, Lung Arno, they 3all it, I believe. The cabman knew English, and he drove on for about a liiarter of a mile over # strange old bridge, my lord', with, little jewellers' .hops on each side of it. Then, m'lord le turned round to bring.'me back .here. Are passed the groat house again; it vas just like the Erribankment in Lon-' ion, sir, only on a smaller scale. As1 ,...
THE LIBERALS AT SIXES AND SEVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917
, TTHE LIBERALS AT SIXES AND , ). SEVENS. ?flrhe events of last, week make it fait-ly' clear, that the Federal Liberal party does not know where it is. ^ The party has spoken with at least half a ' dozen voices upon the mew national is sde; Mr. Cook at first queried the bona fldefe of the new party, and insisted ? that there was no need for it. TJien lie shifted ground ? a little,' taking up a grudgingly sympathetic 'altitude. Sir William irvine openly welcomed the ? new paily^ and practically announced ?liis'i'ntention of supporting it. Sir J,ohn Forrest is reported to have encouraged , it; ''Senator Milieu took up a soit ^of- 'yes-no' role, .lie liked Me i'dea of t'he' n,ewa jp_ri rly, and she did not like it. -B'umurs are 'a'bout that 'the party is tired 'of .Mr.' Cook' and seeks a new ? leader. The names of three or four are mentioned for it he leadership. The old Liberal pnriy appears to be breaking up 'beyond n doubt. -It- did duty right enough in 'pre-war times, when there - ...
ROCKDALE OUTRAGE. Playmates Witness Crime. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917
, ROCKDALE OUTRAGE. Playmates Witness. Crime. It' transpires that the mother of Doro thy Small, whp was outraged and strang led at Rockdale yesterday, sent the girl a message, andl on her return she started playing with some young friends.- They went about '400 yards from tho child's home, near to Sludmore s bridge. Later the_playmates Tushed to the cement works, where -the girl's father Was em ployed, and said, 'a man is struggling with Dorothy, and hurting her.' Small rushed to the bridge and found his daughter unconscious with marks on the neck, ne carried her home, and a doc tor was called. She died an hour later.
BIG CLEARANCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917
BIG CLEARANCE SALE. \ 'Special -attention is drawn to a big clearance £-alo ?which, will take place at Mr. Goo. Bleincowo's farm, Loomberah, aibout 15 miles from 'ram-worth, on'Sa,t-s urdaiy January 20. Tho auctioneers ad vi.50 that the farm horses aro represented. ns being an extra «oou lot. i\u om« stock, including: 850 slioep and 120 pigs, aro n. good quality lot, ,and in splendid condition. The famune implements hiid household furntburo will bo found in /ZireiAdass order. ? Tho' solo will start at 1.30 ip.-m. and buyers should make a special effort to attend ' as' on account of Mr. Blencowo liaving sold his form 'and' relinguishmc farming, everything will be for ibona-fide right-mit sale. Tho Wilina agents are A-. Jj. Stewart and Co., |.\|vici will bo T-lea.sied to supply any 'fur ther information.
LEND YOUR MONEY TO YOUR COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917
LEND YOUR MONEY TO YOUR COUNTRY. , AVhile the Recruiting Committees are making a strong; appeal to the manhood o£ the- country for reinforcements, they *re also taking the opportunity of im pressing on everybody the necessity 'for monev to* carry on the war as well. 'Lend your money to your. Country' is ' the request with the(Teminder at the same time that 'He .Serves who Saves.' The soldiers have' freely offered' their lives to their country, as their sacrifice may be price of victory, but to secure a complete victory your money is also' ne'eded. ' But while the ' soldier runs all the risks of battle, the investor in the AVar Loan, is in no danger himself, noivis his money, as repayment In full is , guaran teed by the Commonwealth with good interest and adiva'ntages — not' insignifi cant in themselves— -meanwhile., . Every War Bond you buy will help to bring 'victory nearer and perhaps help to ' save' the' unnecessary sacrifice of many Hv'ps.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917
| CASUAL, COLUMN ; ADVERTISEMENTS . accompanied' by J ,cash for this column are inserted at tlie rate of 18 words for 1/, and (id for each additional 9 words, or part' ? thereof. An' additional charge o£ Gd is made for booking. '- , j ? -' WANTED. ? ' I WANTED. — Gbod Woman Cook. Apply',1 I with reference to Mrs. Nivison,' Ohio, | AValcha. , / WANTED.— Smart Girl, left school, to mind child, just , walking; also to help witli little housework. AVages 8/6 to start. Good p'hice. Apply, Mrs. Uacy, Piallamore Sitore. AArA^ED7^ATlliTNTw'^n^iaHd~GTrTi1 School, Armidale;. Tw'o Housemaids. Aipply, -vvltli re£erences_to_the Matron. WANTED. — Middle-aged G-neral, lisea ,to country life. No' 'washing. Apply, iby letter to Mrs'. Allan King, Kings |wood,.Goonoo Goonoo Road. W1ANTED.~A G-ood iGeneral, Woman with child over three years old, pre ferred. Mrs. A. G. Crowley, Myralla, Barraba. WANTED.— Gool Housekeeper, or Mar ried Couple for Station. Man under stands stock. AAroman jgood Cook. Ap ply...
THE LATEST. 'Fine New Year's Gift to Russia. OFFENSIVE ON RIGA FRONT. "Awe-Inspiring Silence of the Bayonet." Effects Economy in Shells. General Dmitrieff's Message. PETROGRAD, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917
THE LATEST. *w ? . 'Fine New Year's Gift to Russia. ' OFFENSIVE ON RIGA FRONT. . 'Awe-Inspiring Silence of the Bayonet.' Effects Economy in Shells. General Dmitrieff's Message. (Renter's Telegram.) ~ s ' ? PETROGR.AD. Sundnv. General Dmit-rieff, in an order to the troops, participating -in the successful' offensive on the Rig'a front, says: ' The finknv, frost, and impassable mar shes did. not cheek your nrdonr. After long- hand to hand fighting; vtm pierced the enemy fortifications which he had been constructing1, for 15 months and despite the fire of hundreds of machine syuns clewed a passage, the aweinspir ing-silence of -the tynyonet economising ? thousands of shells. t s-alute you and^ humbly tljank yon for, the fine New Year's gift, to Rnssia. General Draitrieff, recapitulates the bfto'tyj ?including .flO- gnnns, 50,000 nni Corms, 15,000 rifles, 20 kitchens, and 10.000 b'ottles of brnnfly.
FIRST GRADE CRICKET. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917
- FIRST GRADE CRICKET. SYDNEY. Sunday. The sixth rotind of the first grade cric ket ended yesterday. - , Sydney defeated! . University on the first innings by .'JS guns. Paddington 'beat Petersham by 19 runs* 611 the first innings. Gordon beat Western Suburbs - on the; first innings ;by 102 run's. ? ? , . ? Balmain defeated North Sydney 'by an innings and1 22 runs. 1 AHddle Hnj-bor beat Glebe hy six wick ets and four runs. Top scores' for the day : 130 were made by Batcliffe for Balmain; Berry 107 for Glebe; E. L. -Waddy, Western . Suburbs, '91.
LATE SPORT. COUNTRY TENNIS CARNIVAL. Final Matches. Metropolitan Beats Country. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917
LATE SPORT. ? ; — r^i ? s ~COUNTRy JENNjS CARNIVAL. 1 Final Matches. Metropolitan Beats Country. ' ' SYDNEY, Sunday.' Following, nre^the results of tlie Lawn Tennis Country Carnival linals: — ' Metropolitan v. Country. Tho mntcli was won by) the former ny , 9 sets 72 games to 7 sets 71 gaanes. Ladies' mattki won by Metropolitan by 16 sets 105 games to 2 sets 47 games. Country Open, Singles' Final ;.' J. O. Anderson 'beat J. Lfcgnn 6^0, 6-3. 1 Country Open ^Doubles : Anderson and Baker beat Haleigh and Yule, 6-3, 6-2. Teachers' Open Singles: Edwards beat itfaiiet 6-4. 6-0. Junior Open Singles: Leslie Todd beat JUdersha.u' 7-5, 6-4. . s Doubles' Handicap: C. , and B. Kidson beat Goldfinch -and Baker 6-4, 5-6, 6-2. i Mixed Handicap: Yule nnd Miss Case 'beat Kirkpatrick and Miss Booth 6-5, 5-0 6-4. . Final Bound: Yule and -Miss Case, beat Peadi and Miss St. George 6-4, 6-3. Kinal Hound Singles' Handicap: A. Em'blen beat Carmichacl 3-45 6-3,- 6-3. 1' Exhibition match, H. B-ice and L. Tod...
RUSSIAN REPORT. Enemy Press Back Detachments. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917
RUSSIAN REPORT. Enemy Press Back Detachments. (Neuter's Telesram.) v I/ONDON: Safcurdav. ?A Russian official says: An enemy at-' *rHc in dense formation at 'Kalnce was braten- ba-ic. An enemy aerial squad s-on ibomibed 'tiiei station and town of T'adzivilov. Our, aeroplanes, machine ^uiuied at a hei.elit of 5,r)60 feet, ' a 1 lattery near Krulchov. 20 vertg east of Kolotoliev. \\ The enemy pressed ..back detachments northwards of the Sloniki Sliver. - The Roumanians attacked westwards of Monestirks, Kachinul, and threw back tho enemy and succeeded in occupying .tranches, capturing three machine Runs.'
FUTURE IMPERIAL RELATIONS. Bold Proposal Soon to be Published. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917
FUTURE nIMPERIAL RELATIONS. Bold Proposal Soon to be Published. (Renter's Telegram.) . UQNiDON Rfltnrdnv. . Tho Master of Balliel, addressing tho TTistorireil As«o«intion said, the time was vine, for thought on fntnrt- Tmperinl re lations. ' - Tho sp-ttlpment of iireat problems could1 not bo. left to drift. , Hpi lindeiujtriod n' nronosnl lrould soon lie jinblished for developing the present Parliament to an -Imperial House of Lords inchiding nominated' Indians and 1 new Commons including elected Bri ??onR arid ^representatives of the domin ion. Tn addition i.liere. would be a special P.ritish Pni'liTment- or several British Parliaments. .
GENERAL WAR CABLES. ALLIES' REJOINDER TO GERMANY. Sharp Reminder. Paris was Starved in 1870. Hollwegg's Chicken Comes Home to Roost. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Observer — 15 January 1917
GENERAL WAR CABLES. — , ^' ALLIES' REJOINDER TO GERMANY. Sharp Reminder. Paris was Starved in 1870. Hollwegg's Chicken Comes Home to Roost. (Renter's Telegram.) LOJSTDON. Saturdav. Reuter authoritatively issues a, state ment H'hic-li may ho lngarded as expres sing the vkws-of the Allies on the Ger man Note mentioned yesterday. It re-emphasises that it- was Germany who refused the c out erence in the critical di*ys of July, 1914. la releren.ee to (ilerinim.v s allusions to Ireland and South Africa, the statement says whatever1 were, the past differenoes in connection with -these Countries, Ger many knows to her cost that they are now united wiuh. the rest of thc'JSaipire in repelling Germany's aggression. Replying to the German assertion that our starvation poMcy is inhaimane the statement niik* i;f Germnny-wne of tho wine opinion in 1870 when she- ptnrved Paris. Regarding the attempted defence of the over-running of Belgium the state ment reminds Germany that- Dr. Von BeUwoann Holwe...