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SPORTING. Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
SPORTING. Cricket. The New State C.C. journeyed to Woolbrook on New Year's Day and af ter a very interesting game Woolbroolt won1 by 57 runs. For the home tea in Nivison played a magnificent innings Cor 79, and Hogno treated the specta tors to some very fine hitting, knocking up as in quick time, including two sixes. Kwing also played attractive cricket for 18. For Tamworth, Woollett tp.pi)ed the score with 51, the next best ibeirig | C. J. Evans with 39. .-Tho /visitors. ..were treated to luncheon and'yifternoon. tea; and dltogethei had .in cnjojablo day j Scores: — I NEW STATE PilnglL, c Heniy, b Cditon . 0 brans, b Carton . . . .... 39 Woollett. b Caiton . 51 Hobpitson, c Gaidner, b IIeni- J7 Scott, c Gardnei, b Dwmg 4 McGiegoi, b Ewing , , ll Dorahy, c Nivison, b Cation ,J Rj.in, c Xivison, b C-uton i I1 .nlej , i un out . . , 0 Stanley, b Eving . t McClehand, c Ewing, b Nivison . ., 5 Peaice, not out . . A Sundnes ... G Total ....'.. \ ~ Iii Bowling Cat ton, 5 foi H, lowing, i ...
DROWNING FATALITY. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
DROWNING FATALITY. SYDNEY. Sunday. Arthur Tteid, aged 12, was drowned while bathing in Cook's River yester day afternoon. He got into . difficulties and sank, and his brother dived for him many 'times, but unsuccessfully. The police were notified, and Con stable Wiblin succeeded, after he had dived several times, in catching hold of the boy. ' ?Efforts v/ere made to restore anima tion, ;? but without success.
MR. D. R. HALL RETURNS. INDIGNANT AT RECALL. Germany's Trade Recovery. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
MR. D. R. HALL RETURNS. INDIGNANT AT RECALL. Germany's Trade Recovery. SYDNil3Y:' Sunday. ,jMr. D. U, Hall has arrived at Pre ua'utle 'iby the steamer Orsova. Inter viewed, Mr. ,Hall- was- somewhat indig nant ^over the action of Mr. Storey and his colleagues, .which he declareri-ilo be without precedent in the history of Aus tralian politics. He was going to .In quire into the matter fully when ,lie returned to Sydney. Speaking of his travels, Mr. Hall said German trade with outside countries was increasing iii' a -remarkable man ner. ,. He Believed the only possible way in which to obtain reparation from Germany was to trade with her, ~'and bring the country back to normal. As far as. he could see Australia whs the only country that rose to the height of patrlotism,ancl refused lo trade with Germany. Much as lie applauded the spirit of patriotism be feared it wus misplaced, 'and should be discontinued. What other nations were doing Austra lia' could not and must not Ignore. Mr. Hal...
STRANDED DIGGERS. No Boats Available. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
STRANDED DIGGERS. _No Boats Available. ' : V (United Service.) ?':.'??.-..???? LONDON, 'Saturday. ?The repatriation of 2000 exDiggers, with 3000 dependents,, has been delayed owing to the failure of the military authorities, conjointly with the Western Australian Government, to charter a White Star Liner. It appears that the Colonial Office has taken uu all the available- vessels for Imperial ex-service men, under the over seas scheme, and it will be six months before the ex-Diggers situation is re lieved.
SERVANT PROBLEM IN BRITAIN. Foreign Help Urged. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
SERVANT PROBLEM IN BRITAIN. Foreign Help Urged. ' (Reuter's Telegram.) -?? . , : '.-.?' ?'-... LONDON, Saturday. 4 , .', In reference to the dearth of domesl. tic servants :the. Director' of the lnterl national 'Employment Bureau : : of the Y.W.C'.A., .says he is receiving 400 apf plications' ? monthly from 'Denmark! France,- Switzerland and Holland; ; If the GovernmetiF'Hvould.' realise that the English domestic has disappeared since, war activities turned - women's heads, and relax the restrictions upon foreign countries, they would solve the spivant problem.
WINNERS' "REMARKABLE TENNIS." Patterson's Failure. AUCKLAND, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
WINNERS'. 'REMARKABLE TENNIS.' Patterson's Failure. ' . .-.„.„, ? AUCKLAND, Sunday.' Yeslei day's Davis Cup play confirmee the''previous opinion that the Americans are the superior team. jfJrookQS jz maiked last night that they deserved toiwm ''They played remarkable ten nis ' This is no excuse for the Austra lian failure. ' The wertther conditions were perfect, and the court, could not have been improved. Biookes' shone in both the singles matches, only missing winning by a uanow margin. lie fought hard for e'veiy point. As to Patterson he was a bitter dis appointment to tho Aucklamlers. lie played' really wretched tennis, lending no, support to bis captain. He showed patches of brilliancy in his. match with' Tilden, but it -was obvious to the spec tators that neither player was taking tlie matter 'Seriously.' , It must be re corded that Patterson was the out standing failure of the contest. ' i 'The Cup will be handed over to tlie Americans -on1' Monday at a dinner at the Town* Ha...
SPIES AND THEIR WATCHERS. STORIES OF THE BRITISH SECRET SERVICE. Code Message Comedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
SPIES AND THEIR WATCHERS. STORIES OF THE BRITISH SECRET SERVICE. jgj!£jr : ??? --~ ??*? «-»???? ' '??wgitesi'ce. Code Message Comedy. Mysteries that save piquancy to our war news are slowly getting themselves unravelled, and in the process their thrill is recaptured. The latest addi tion to war mystery literature is a book of reminiscences of the Secret Service by Mr. Nicholas Evcritt. From professional journalism u\ir Bveritt turned to espionage and inven tion. In this volume he claims to have invented and carried out the arming Of trawlers with concealed guns, where by numbers of submarines were lured to destruction. Twice between- Christmas 1914 and midsummer l'Jl-5 (he writes) 1 entered German territory from Denmark and from the sea. After my second visit I was warned that a' head-hunter was looking diligently for me in the hope of a secret reward. This individual I sought out, and for a day and a halt helped him and another to hunt foi myself. ' ? ' A SCENE OF JEALOUSY. I was o...
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
Obituary. (Mr: Joseph Myers, an old resident of. Taniworth, died in the' local hospital on the 3ist ultVaged 60 -years. He was a native^ '; of Tamworlh; and lived in the. district- all .?his!, life:,; For. many 'years he was in the employ of Mr. II. E. Proctor. The ! ; deceased -was : a ?member ' : of :; the . Manchester Unity I.O.O.F., : arid ? many members : ?. of the order'- attended his funeral on Saturday last. . ; ' v:,
TRIBUTES TO AMERICANS. "Fine Sportsmen." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
TRIBUTES TO AMERICANS. ''Fine Sportsmen.' Tho Davis' Cup w'ill be handed to the Americans on Monday at a -dinner at the Town Hall. The Governor will at tend Replying to the toast of 'The Teams,' at a congratulatory gathering to the visitors at the hotel, Tilden lefeiied to the hospitality extended bv the Auckland people, which eclipsed even English hospitality. They had found their opponents wondertul spoits, ar-rt the spectators were very generous. Biookes said it had been a pleasure to; play such fine' sportsmen. Patteison said he regretted that lie had '-:-h'ot made a better showing, but if any or the spectators bad stood agiinst Johnston for a few minutes they would have realised what an Australian was up against. A silent toast to the memory of Wilding followed.
DAVIS CUP. REMAINING SINGLES. Americans Still Unbeatable. JOHNSTON BEATS BROOKES. AUCKLAND, N.Z.M Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
. DAIS CUP. REMAINING SINGLES. Americans Still Unbeatable. JOHNSTON BEATS BROOKES. AUCKLAND. N.Z.. Sunday. In the Davis Cup matches yesterday single-, wore continued. In the first set Biook.es (Australia) beat ' Johnston (America),' 7 — 5. ' In the second set, Tohnslon be'at Brookes, 7 — 5, and in the thud set Johnston beat Brookes, 6 — 3 la the fourth set Johnston beat Biookes ny 6 — 3, and won the match In the next event Patterson beat Til deri ? ill 'the -first set. Ivv 7 — 5. In tho second set Tilden beat Patterson G— 2. In tlie third set Tilden beat Patterson, t-— 3 , ( In the 'fourth set, Tilden beat Patter son, C— 3, and thus won the match.
THE NEW YEAR. VIEWS OF PUBLIC MEN. Optimistic Opinions. Confidence in Australia's Future. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
THE NEW YEAR. ♦VIEWS OF PUBLIC MEN. Optimistic Opinions. Confidence in Australia's Future. SYDNEY, Sunday. The Lord rtla.ior or Sydney. Alder man Lambert, referring to the N/ew year.said that so:far as the City Coun cil was concerned, tlie outlook' was \eiy blight indeed, he thought, but ho b.id heai-d that the 'workers of,, the metropolis would be faced with 'a* seri- ous unemplojment period owing- to 'the, sl.'rkening down ol industries. \ ' ? 'The enemies of Laboivrh'ad'had iore bodings ot teinble calamities' ' which j weie to happen under the Lab'ov ad muiistiation timing the .past year, but*1 the council actually -lid,unore' work or lasting benefit to the community in-1920 ? than in any othei jear of its history. The eiti/ens lme the satisfaction ot knowing that the whole of the municipal entcipiises condemned as socialistic schemes ^eie nevei in a more flourish- j ing condition than they are to-day.' i SIR DENISON MILLER. Su Denison Millei views the New Yoai witn confidence li...
SEVENTY YEARS ON GOLD FIELDS. LIFE OF "YANKEE JACK." First Photograph of Hanging Rock Recluse. HUMAN RELIC OF EARLY FIFTIES. THE OLD HERMIT SURPRISED. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
SESENIY YEARS; ON. GOLD FIELDS. LIFE OF 'YANKEE JACK.' - j - 'r, ' ? ' ? ' ' '* ,;!First Photograph of Easging Rock Recluse/ j . HUMAN RELIC OF EARLY FIFTIES * __ ? * ' / \THE''OLD''HERMIT SURPRISED. When I he icinaiK.ible story of 'Yan- kee Jack' appealed m this papei it was slated that, .tcco'iding to the opinion, ot Nundloites, no photogiaph o£ the stiange old man had cvei been taken and that, nulging bv his aloofness it -was doubtful itjje -\\ould allow an\one to take it Tho mow vns exposed lh.it it might be pos sible to 't,nip' him but that as he iisu ',-lly kept a shaip eve out for stiangerb in his haunts and kept out of then way till thoj had gone, it would only, he toy, good 'luck 01 tho latest accident that ho would bo caught ne.u enough for a good likeness to be taken , These pesbimists weie (light to a cer ryn extent 'Yanlcee' pioved veiy &liy it fiibt, but after a while he w.is piirsui ?led to came out of hiS\,(iuesr little dila jlidated dwelling and stand unclei...
JAPAN NOT AGGRESSIVE. Ambassador Ridicules War Rumors. "Faithful Member of League." LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
JAPAN NOT AGGRESSIVE. Ambassador Ridicules War Rumors. 'Faithful Member of League.'* (United Semce ) LONDON, Satmday Baton/ uaoasui, Japanese Amoassa doi in London, ^interviewed bj the 'Staiuldid,' said that tbeie was no tiuth in the goueial belief that Japan is prepaimg to ii^lit (lie USA' It must bo lemombeicd that she is a laithful niembei ol the League ol Na tions, he i cmailted, and cannot so to wai w lthout j.hpgLcague's consent Also, she is' ioo* poor n'counli) llei naval piogiamme i is~»designed -with tlie—sole objective ol dctence as peimitted by the Co'* enant ' 'I cannot find agiounds for the chaigo of aggicssion on (he pait- ot Japan iu ilie dnpction of temtoiial and econo mical expansion m Ameiica or the Pac.hc ibleb,' he deelaied adding; that ?.lie substantial le-establishment of trade with the continent of Euoiie was expected in .Tanuarv
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Pacific Problem. RUMORED ANGLO-AMERICAN Understanding. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
GENERAL GABLE NEWS. Pacific Problems. RUMORED ANGLQ-AMERIGANu ' Understanding. ' fUmted Service ) LONDON./ Saturday. The 'Daily News' conespondent wit es fiom New Yoik that the British Dominions unofficially discussed tho United States Republicans quobtions on ni\al delenco,and pioblems. in the Pa cihc, Canada suggesting a Canadian Pa cific na\y with a unified Canadian Am ciican command Tho correspondent adds that although communications wpip unofficial they wcie intimate and confidential, ending 111 poiiect accoid bttwen tilt future Ho publican administiatlon and the Biltish Dominions Although Amp ic 1 dons not anticipate an miniPdi'te- ciims ppitun aspects of TaDans picsent poli'A aip causing sppculation Republican sta.tes.men aic adopting pipnaiccTneso as a watchword
PROMINENT JOURNALIST DIES. Posthumous Article on Bulgaria. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
-PROMINENT JOURNALIST DIES. Posthumous Article on Bulgaria. (Published in 'The Times.') LONDON, Saturday The death is announced of 'Mr. Jajiies buid Bouichiei He ippiesented The 'Times' in the Balkans for 33 years. A posthumous article published-.: tOr dav depicts Bulgana as sinning in ad ?veifaitv and end(.d\onng to work out her salvation with honesty and common 'enbe Hver\bod\, King and peasant. is woikinR and hoping Young Kin^ Bo 11s is a lon°U and pithetc figuie and leads almost i monastc lite Ho w w tinted V-y a i.ole dtsuo to redeem Bul garia's past lustoij and ipvive her for tunes by a renewal of commercial ?? rela- tionfa with the Vrestprn Poweis, . Boris 1-, attempting to bring about 'friendly, relations with the neighboring Balkan State* His oveituies bo far have been 1 ejected because 'there 18 little chivaliy in the Dajkans '