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COMING EVENTS. Challenge and Anniversary Prospects. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
COMING EVENTS. Challenge and Anniversary Prospects. SYJ-NEY, Thursday. 'Glenacre lias hardened for tlie Chal lenge Stakes,' and is now favorite. White Phast and iFinmark are best fancied for the Anniversary Handicap, but uncertainty about likely starters is keeping backers shy. The following,, are the- leading positions: — ; '?' ''' ; ? CHALLENGE .STAKES. '' ' Glenacre. Maltgilla/Galteo- Maid. Warspite, Ready Aye Ready. King's Word. , ' . Battlewrack, Currawcen, Sweet Rosa leoh. Waitca, Cool Stimulants. Fib, Julia Grey, Myamlcy. ' ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP Finmark, White Phast. Ventrola, Varico. Golden Bronze. ' . Old Gold, Roniani. Olympic, King of the Forest, Milliemo Posiastre, Pay Day, The Fortune Hun ter. ' .'.',.
COUNTRY TENNIS WEEK. Sixth Day. DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP. Barraba Beats Dubbo. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
COUNTRY TENNIS WEEK. Sixth Day. ' DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP! , Barraba Beats Dubbo. 'SYDNEY, Thursday. The New South Wales Tennis Akso-, cidtipn's country week carnival was con tinued on. the Double Bay courts to-day. The star match of the forenoon was the Doubles Championship, in which R. and C. Spencer : (Barraba) accounted for Christie and D. Yeo (Dubbo), by two sets to one. The tennis was equal to any seen at any previous carnivals. 'All Tour were in splendid driving, smashing, and', volleying form. To-day's results were: MEN'S SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP. L. C. Terry lost to R. G. Spencer, 2— C, A. j. Borthwick lost to O. Hatter 3—6, S— 6, 6—8. E. Ashcroft beat L. G. Watson, 6—4, 6—3. A. Sieler beat C. A. Grogan 6—2, 6—4. C. S. Spencer forfeited to w. J. Brown, I a walk over. N. B. Walker lost to W. A. Christie 0—6, 2—6. X Logan beat C. Kidstdn G— 3, 6—2. J. Eldershaw Ijeat J. C. Bootle, 6—2, 2 — 6;, 8—6. '13. A. 'Busby beat S. E. Cooper -fi*—l, 4—6, 6—4. C. A. Grogan beat J. Logan 6—3, 6—...
LATEST SPORTING NEWS. MOOREFIELD RACES. Final Acceptances. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
LATEST SPORTING NEWS. ; MOOREFIELD RACES. Final Acceptances. S'V'DNEY, Thursday. The acceptances for Saturdays Mooicfield meeting aie: — ' MAIDEN HANDICAP, First Division. , ,»'«?'? '- ('Weights to be raided 71hs.) bt. lb. CLATTER '9: ? 8 6 HIS NIBS ? 8 6 WAR CRIER ? 8 4 GOLD JURE ? 8 2 AETES ? 8 0 DOLAUJIA ? 8 0 JLADYJVIVIE ? .8 0 ATHLIE ? 8 0 PEACH PIE ? 8 0 COOL CHAP ? 1 10 ADMIRAL ADVANCE .. 7 10 PENSIVE ? 1 6 v GOING UP ? ^ 4 COOL NELL .... .... V 4 PQPPODOR ? 1 0 CONNIE DORIS ? 7 0 KANEMATSU .. .. .,.. « 10 ItOSALYN . . ?? ....... 6 7 Second Division. (Weights to be raised 81bs.) st. lb f, EASTERN JOE ? 8 G PRINCESS 'A.LMISSA ..8 4 EARL LinDELL ? S 2 1DR.CILDOUNE ? 8 2 COTILLION ? 8 0 MAlRY MEDWIN ? S 0 TOBERCRANTOW .... 8 0 CA'RTLAN'D CRAGS ..8 0 LAJ-Y WELLINGTON ?? 7 1U AKRAN ? .'.... 7 8 UPSTART ? f.... 7 C FLUELLTIT ? 7 4 CASTAGAN'A ? 7 3 FASSILO .. ..*.'. ?'- ?? 7 0 ORIENTAL ? -» 10 GLENLOW1E ........ ? ? _U '' 1 FORDSHOP ? '? ?? 6 ' FLYING HANDICAP, 6 fur. bt. lb. FORTRA...
FATAL STABBING. Lower Campbell Street Tragedy. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
FATAL STABBING. Lower Campbell Street Tragedy. SYDNEY, Thursday. . The fatal stabbing of- William Collins 1» Lower Campbell Street last month was inquired into to-day by the City Coroner.' ? 'Mrs. Phyllis Cannier, who is on ' remand, charged with the murderj of- deceased,, was1 present in cus'tody:'.' Detective Matthews said that '. 'wlien lie saw Mrs. Cannier after the tragedy | she said her name was Elsie Williams. I When told Collins was in a critical I condition,- she said,'I Oidn't do it,' but on the way to the Police Station she1 declared, 'Oh, yes. I did it.'
BIG PERTH FIRE. DAMAGE OVER £100,000. Brigades' Hard Fight. PERTH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
BIG PERTH FIRE. DAMAGE OVER £100,000. Brigades' Hard Fight. PERTH, Thursday. Damage amounting to £100,000 was caused by a fire at the Perth Economic Stores, one of the chief general drapery and clothing establishments of Perth, which was completely destroyed by fire at an early hour this morning. The premises occupy a considerable frontage to two streets. There now re mains only blackened walls, the whole of the interior ^having been reduced to debris. The whole or the Perth fire brigades turned out, and were reinforced by bri gades from the suburbs. Already the fire had obtained a strong hold, and the flames were leaping out of every window along the entire front. Ten minute3 after the brigades commenced operations the root' fell in, and the blaze began to lick the adjoining building. But, for the fact that a strong east' wind was blowing, which kept the flames away from the surrounding buildings, the whoje of the' main city block would probably have been de S'troycd. Two adjoining...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
Cricket. J The following are the fixtures for the second grade competition matches, com mencing; on Saturday, January 22:— JANUARY 22. Council v'. Bithramere, at Bithra'rnere.'~ Soldiers v. Banks, at Council wicket. Wfest Tamworth v. Winton, at Winton. Phillip v. Buri,, at Phillip. Standards v. Attunga, at Attunga. Bective v. Somcrton, at Bective. ? ' JANUARY 29: « Standards v. Bective, at Bective; Soldiers' v/Durl; at Du'rI. 'Phillip' v. Attunga, at 'Attunga.- ? AVest Tamworth v. Council, at Coun cil wicket. Bithramere v. Winton, at' Bithramere. FEBRUARY'S.' ; West Tamworth ,v. Bective^ at West Tamworth. Banks v. Somerton, at Sqmerton. Soldiers v. Phillip, at 'Phillip'. Bithramere v. Duri, at;.' Bithramere. Standards v. Council, at Council wicket. Attunga v. Winton, at Winton. The following' have been selected to represent the Prince flf Wales against the Brewery, on the former's wicket, on Saturday next, play to commence at 2 p.m. sharp: J. Scott, A. Smites, J. Car michael, W. Dav...
NEW ZEALAND BALLOTS. Three Unions Involved. WELLINGTON, N.Z., Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
NEW ZEALAND BALLOTS. Three' Unions Involved. wrcr,T,INGTON.. N.Z., Thursday. Throe, ballots are proceeding through out the Dominion, the results of which will have an important bearing on the Immediate future Industrially. The waterside workers are waiting on tho employers' offer oT an additional pen ny an hour on a 3G .hour week. The seamen are considering tho ship ping companies' offer of a. bonus of hall a crown a week; and tho rallwi'v men are balloting on a proposal to authorise the executive to take extreme measures if the Government does not pay a bonus equivalent- to tho increased cost of living as disclosed by the Government Statis tician's figures.
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Local Governors VISCOUNT MILNER'S STATEMENT Farewell to Lord Stradbroke. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. ? .— — - . -a- — — . Local Governors VISCOUNT MILNER'S STATEMENT Farewell to Lord Stradhroke. (Published in 'Tho Times.') LONDON. AVednesday. Viscouat. Milner said, when presiding at Lord Stradbroke's farewell luncheon: 'The question that had fallen on me to decide during the past couple of years seems perfectly clear. The moment Australians make up their minds to provide local governors, nobody will make the slightest effort to force upon them men from here, but as long as they dosi:'e. the existing system, the British Government's duty ia to 'send out the best available supplies. They are limited, therefore it If most satis factory to find Lord Strndbroke ready to disvole his splendid qualities and ex pork-ncos to the position. Victoria will cordially welcome a great gentleman and sportsman and the Countess will be equally popular. ''Some opeople -lcclnro that the Gov ernor's responsibilities have lightened since the Dominions have claimed greater autonomy but ...
MILNER SEEKS REST. Will Visit Australia Later. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
MILNER SEEKS REST. Will Visit Australia Later. (United Service). LONDON, Wednesday. Viscount Milner informed the United Service agency that he expected to leave the Colo'nial Office at tho end of the month. He needed a rest and in tends to sojourn in the South of France and travel in North Africa. On his re turn he would do more work. Asked if he was going to Australia Lord Milner said: 'Certainly, before I die; but 1 can't manage it now.' Ho rogretted missing tho June conference; and agreed that one of the 'most im portant questions to be discussed would be the naval policy, and the ? distribu tion of 'naval power.
DETAINED IRISHMAN. Must Take Oath of Allegiance. MR. POYNTON'S STATEMENT SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
DETAINED IE2SHMAN. Must Take Oath of Allegiance. MR. POYNTON'S STATEMENT ?.. :%- SYDNEY, Thursdays Miv.Esmondc, this morning reiterated that -he would not take the oath of ,a' lcgiahce. He remarked: 'If the Makura is -unable to get away from this port within the. next two or three years be cause of the strike, I hope to be per mitted to charter a ferry steamer to go round iho harbor to see its very many beautiful views.' Ho added that all his needs were be ing met by the company. A Melbourne message says: As far as the Commonwealth Government is con cerned, Mr. Esmonde will remain on board the ilakura until he takes the oath of allegiance. Mr. Poynton, Minister for Home and Territories, said this morning' he had been informed that Esmonde had ' re fused to take the oath. There was no reason why any person who was a loyal subject of the King, should not take the oath. As to Esmonde having a pass jsort from Lord Curzon,- Mr. 5oynton said there had been cases where a pass nort 7iau'oee...