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IRELAND. DE VALERA RETURNS. To Resume Active Leadership. CIRCUMVENTING BLOCKADE. VANCOUVER, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
'IRELAND.. DE VALERA RETURNS. To Resume Active Leadership.1 * CIRCUMVENTING BLOCKADE. !$# CBfemel's Telcei am ) s s. 1 'S VANCOUVER, Silluidaj - It ib lepoited tiom New -Yoik that the Secietaiy toi State announces that De Valoia the so called Piesident of the Iiibli Republic, has leuined lo lie land Hi Bolc'nd, secietaiy to 'Ur De Valeia, announced that the lattei's ob jec in letuining to Iceland was to it-- sume the active leadeibhip of the lush Pio\'sionnl Government, and to prebs foi waul the caube of the lush mbui genls He baid that De Valeia has ac complished a maivellous feat jn en cam vent ing the Butisli blockade about Iio land -- v Since De Valeia's disappeaiance eaily in Decembei, beveuil blanches of the oiganisation ot the Friends of Iiish Ifieedbm passed lesolutions demanding that mono} collected m the U S tin ough the bale of Republican bantlb be sent to Ii eland immediately Boland a foitnlght ago told the news pipers that De Valeia bad gone into - elii ement' to lest h...
RAYMOND TERRACE TRAGEDY. Bodies Recovered. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
RAYMOND TERRACE TRAGEDY. 'Bodies Recovered. After dragging the river for 24 hours, the police on Friday afternoon recover ed the bodies of the two children, Ken neth Hampton, aged four, and Mollie Sheehan, ' 13, ? who were drowned with iMr, A. W.: Hampton when his car plung ed MriVo 'the Hunter Ilnei at ftajmond Terrace on Thursday. The boy's body was found in the river throe miles down stream from where the car disap peared. . It was recovered by Mr. David i Diver, a resident of the locality. The ' body of the little girl was found near the punt. The funerals of the victims took place to the Cessnock cemetery on Saturday afternoon and were attended by a very large crowd of. mourners and friends.
NEWCASTLE RACES. ALFORT WINS FLYING. Aneurism the Chief Effort. Hourigan in Form. NEWCASTLE, Sunday [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
NEWCASTLE RACES. ALFORT WINS FLYING. Aneurism the Chief Effort. Houngan in Form. « NEWCAgTLE*,- Sunday Following aie the lesults of tho New castle laocb held jebteiday — OPENING HANDICAP^ Six fui longs , * i ALFORT, br c, 3 yis, by Foitafix— Alcebtis, 711 (Mayo) - 3 TIM3ER, b g, aged, byJFlavus (imp) , Simmei Quoen, 812 me 71bpen (Houngan) -' , *'' '?' FRANK E, ch %, aged, by Piudent 'lung* (imp )— iniaaeiy^ 9 0 (Bubh) L Othei starte b Piation 8-8, Anclnllo 8 0, Ronalyn 7 41 inc 2ilbb ovei less 71L .all , Coor Sam 7 U me 551b ovei, Dance away 6 121 me 2Jlb ovei less 31b all , ojje.iigiabs 6 / Betting 2 to 1 ALrORT, 7M:o 2 Fianl E 5 to 1 Anclnllo -ind Piation, 7 to 1, Timfici, 20 to 1 otheis Tote dividends Fust 13/, second 8/ thud 1/b When thoy fotu'd then , legs' Alfoitj cook chaige Round the bend Alloit w-.=- leading fiom Speaigiasb and Ronaljii Altoit i plained hib lead and won with out effoit by a length and^half, wiU hplf a length botween second and thud Speaigiabb was fouith Ti...
LATEST SPORTING NEWS TATT'S RACES. FLUENCY WINS THE CUP. Beauford the Flying. King's Word and Amberdowh Score. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
[?] 7 TATT'S RACES. FLUENCY WINS THE CUP. ^ Beauford the Flying. King's Word and. Amberdown Score. SYDNEY, Sundav The annual lace luccling ot T.ittci s.ill's Club wa& concluded at ltandwitk jebterday ItCbUllSV.— NOVICE HANDICAP. One mile. PAGAN1NI, bl g, 6 M ? by L-'lno— Dame Quickly (imp ), I S lebb (ID all (Blown) J GOLDEN SCOT, ch g, 4yrtr, by Kenil woith (imp)— Golden^ Blown, 7 4 lebs 71b all (P Plnllipb) * ' JACK POT, bi g, 1 yifa. by- Hov.il Aitilleij—Diowsy, 81, less 7ID all (H Henney) - ?? Oihoi startcis Thuilow-3 0 lebs -lb all Admnal Flippant 8 2 leys 51b all j/nnce lsm&lajs 8 2 less 71b all, Kishmn 7 1-5 less 71b all, Dewdrop 8 0 less-71b all and me 21b ovei, Millie Giey lr 12, Loic. Pir/e 7 12 lebs 71b all, Robm Adaii s 7 12, Going Up 7 10 lebb 71b all, Birch gio\e 7 9 les-b 51b all, Buiianeeu / 4 lev 71b all, Tassilo 7 4 lebb 21b all, Alpean 7 4, Ballet Queen 7 4 less 71b all Belting .! to 1 Dewdiop, 5 to 1 Thui low, 10 to 1 Kcibta.mil, 12 to 1 Admua rli...
V.R.C. RACES. Amazonia Wins Bagot Handicap. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
\ , V.R.C.1 RACES. Amazonia Wins Bagot Handicap. MELBOURNE, Sunday. The NCw Year meeting of the Victoi i.in Racing Club was held at_Flemington ycsleiday Rebults — *' NEY YEAR HURDLES, i/ Two milcb l STAGEFRIGHT, 1010 (Boyd) .. ..1 RARE SCOT, 9.4 ((Robertson) ... 2 NICK-A-JACK 10 5 (Scobie) .. 3 Winner's pi ice 9 to 2 against Won by five lengths, wilh foui leng ths between second and third. -. vTime, 3.43. STANDISH HANDICAP. Siv fui longs i- * BLUE CROSS, 810 (G Hainson) .. 1 LISNAVkNE, 713 (P Kellv) .... 2 IPOH, 9.3 (Franklfta) . . . 3 Winnei ' puce 10 to 1 against Won by half a head, w ith two lengths between second and thud ' 1 I Ijmr ] 1J7 1 ^ JANUARY STEEPLEOHASE.^ BEERI3EE, 10 3 (W V Bum) . . -. 1 COBRAM, H 7 (Connolly) . . '2 JESTEN, ]0S (Spam) ? 3 Winner' puce 5 to 2 against , BAGOT HANDICAP. One mile and a quarter. AMAZONIA 7 6 (Eaton) » 1 LANCER PLUME 8 8 '(G Hniu&on) 2 GRINGALET, 8 1 (Lewis) . 3 Winnti'i. pi ice 10 to 1 against Cnteiion Handicap Rive- Stai 1 Eu lot...
KNIGHTHOOD GRANTED. Was Labor Government Responsible? SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
KNIGHTHOOD GRANTED. 'Was Labor Government Responsible? ' ?''. , A . SYDNEY. Sunday. une- of the first acts of the Storey I Government was -to publish to the world I a list of t names of public men: said to J have been recommended for titles by \ Mr. -Holman and . his colleagues, there by strengthening ' the long-standing. impression that Labor in office would hold out against the granting of such distinctions. Now it appears that it was upon the recommendation of the Labor Govern ment that a knighthood was conferred upon Sir Jarvie Hood.
EXPLOSION ON ENGINE. MELBOURNE EXPRESS ACCIDENT. Heroic Action of Driver. Disaster Averted. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
EXPLOSION ON ENGINE. MELBOURNE EXPRESS ACCIDENT. Heroic Action of Driver. Disaster Averted. ? '-: .?'?: ..'.'.: :.? ?; -Sydney, sundaj A tragedy was averted bj the engine crew-'ofithe; third division or the Mel bourne, express on Friday night. The engine; was of the N'N class, and it ran .without fault, .until, midway between Douglas ?Park and Maldon. Then there was -.-.t an. explosion, aau the driver. Deneenj and his fireman, were hurled by the force of it back on to the ten der/; ;M'/V .-..'.? ? © The'steam gear in the smoke box had got out of order and had given way completely: The steam and water in the box rushed backwards through the lower row of tubes into the fire. The driver and fireman, realising, the dan ger, pulled themselves together, and rushed to the controlling mechanism. Great clouds of steam aiill smoke were I issuing, and blinding them, while all '! the lights .In'-, the engine cabin were ex tinguished. ??; ; At last (Deheen got 'his hand on the controlling^ lever...
TOWN ROUSED BY BURGLAR ALARM. Bank Manager Presses the Button. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
TOWN ROUSED BY BURGLAR ALARM. Bank Manager Presses the Button. A band of armed robbers, who stole £10,000 from a' bank ? at Bedford, in Ohio, were themselves 'held up' be fore they could escape with the plun der. Eight men drove up in a motor car. Seven of them, armed with revolvex's, entered the bank and held up the staff of five officials and clerks, together wtih three depositors. No resistance was offered, and all the money in the vault was transferred to the automobile. With a cheery 'good- bye,' tUe'ast of the band went out. But as the intruder crossed the thres hold the bank manager pressed a but ton. This set going a burglar alarm in every shop and business office in the. town, and in ,an instant men with shot guns and revolvers came from all directions. . ? The first to arrive within range open ed fire on the bandit at the wheel of the motor car, ami killed him. ; The rest of the band, unable to start the car, leap ed out, abandoning their booty, and fled. . ? ? But three o...
MATCH MAY BE POSTPONED. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
MATCH: MAY BE POSTPONED. MELBOURNE, Sunday. Heavy, almost continuous, rain fell last night and to-day. It is considered that it will be impossible to resume the test crlnket match to-morrow. ? Such of the Cable News 'on this Page so headed has appeared In 'The Times.' nnd Is cabled to Australia by special permission, it should he under stood that the opinions are not thost of 'The Times' unless expressly stat «d to bo iity.
"THE VALLEY" AND "OLD COOLOOTAI" STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
'THE VALLEY' AND 'OLD C00L00TAI' STATIONS. Readers are reminded of the sale of the above valuable properties at the' School of. Arts. Warialda, on Wednes- ? day, January 19. As the terms are ex ceptionally liberal, and the country be ing most attractive for high class wool growing and fattening, with its complete improvements, an ideal opportunity pre sents itself to those interested in ^pas toral pursuits, to secure these splendid holdings. . ? '
LONDON COMMENTS. English Batsmen too Reckless. LONDON: Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
LONDON COMMENTS. English Batsmen too Reckless. : - ('United Scivice) LONDON, Satin day The 'Times' sajs the battting was uneventful, but. expenence has bbown that a safe policy is the best when matches are- plajed out England's chance depends on a big fust innings score. A repetition of the; second : day's disaster in Sydney nieansvdefeat News is eagerly awaited, but confidence in the Englishmen's liui getting pcwcis is somewhiit shaken. Tlie 'Daily News' says bad fielding and dropped catches robbed England of the chance of dismissing Australia for a .small total. U advises tho batsmen to emulate the methods of Armstrong' and his men, and their patience and skill, remembering that -time is no . obr ject. ? .
RATS CAPTURE LINER. AN ATTEMPT TO STARVE THEM OUT. Army of Cats Killed. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
RATS CAPTURE LINER. AN ATTEMPT TO STARVE THEM OUT. I Army of Cats Killed. Uiic of the revenges of the war llmt must, be sweet to the Germans is Uie possession by the United Slates of the Leviathan formerly the Vatqrland, the greatest of nil the great liners of which our late enemies were so boastfully The 55,000 ton vessel, with Its 11 decks, was among the ships seized in American ports ' by the United States before the country entered the war, am must therefore be paid fov at her lull appraised value at the time she^ was taken over. This was 15,000,000 dollars .'(normally £3,000,000). . ? . For 14 months she has been lying useless at her dock in the Hudson Riv er, a paradise for barnacles and rats, a I an expense to the nation' of £600 a day— to date, say. £250,000— and what to do with her, the Shipping Board au thorities have not- the least idea.. STARVING OUT THE INVADERS. Neither do they know what to do with her population of rodents, numbering many thousands, who render life fo...
STATE LOAN. Investors' Last Chance. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
'state loan.' Investors' Last Chance. . According to the last official advice the State Loan of £3,000,000 at 51 per cent, interest, closes on January 4. The State Treasurer has, however, received requests from some of the country wheat districts, asking that the time for subscribing to the loan should be exten ded. It is pointed out that harvesting operations are still in full swing in many of these districts, and that the fanners have not been paid for their wheat or even figured out how they stand on the season. The same posi tion applies to business men and others concerned in the country . It.Js urged that they should be given an opportu nity to invest in the loan, after deter mining their position on the year's ? ope rations. Mr. Lans has promised to make a de finite announcement in this regard later. In the meantime, those who have not invested in the loan, but desire to take advantage ot the good terms offer ed, should lodge their applications to day.
Newspaper Idealism. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
Newspaper Idealism. '.It should be .the aim of every man, great or inconspicuous, to do some good for the community. The best type ol! . citizen is always he who, while fulfilling the duties of a provider for himself ami o.thors, devotes hs surplus energy not wholly for his own recreation or idle enjoyment but for the good. o£ his town or district, or the nation at large. Al though such a man may not receive due recognition at onco, and by the selfish or narrow-visioned may always b.e re garded as a fool to himself, the time ponies when spontaneous approval oC his record is expressed by the people who realise the value of what he ban done. Whether in the small affairs of a; town or the large affairs of the nation tho man -who gives his time unstinling ly and his talents ungrudgingly is the only one who keeps the wheels of pro gress moving. ' It is much the same with newspap ers, ?which after all are the mere mcr dhanical instruments through which certain types of individuals show th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
» CHEAP LINES CATTLE. - I nn tr^T,T,r, HANDY TENTERPIELD. ' ''' 1 ° ERSRWESI' fo^4/6^ °ne brand' beautiful ^lity Here 100 HEREFORD HEIFFP ?l 9 Hereford Bulls. About 20 calves. ? £9. ed £10 ' 5 S' Very wel1 bred' pure Hereford Bulls join 350 HEREFORD STEERS, lj years, staUon bred, one brand, good condition. 150 'BTa°™^™«%™ D CROSS COWS, 3 and 4 years, good auality ... ,nvnTs QUEENSLAND BORDER.' ''? ~ ,80 BLACK P^LE^fr^P^0',018,1 b,6et breedS' gOOd COndition- £4/10/. i. GARVflJ & COUSENS, LTD, -_ |( ? , , TAMWORTH. CHEAP HOMES. Handy Positions. Reasonable terms. Situated in elected position Corner Block. Handy Railway, P.O., and School SltUatedabovSeame£500aeacn TW° NiCe BHck b°UageS' similar Ascription to Handy Position West Tamworth. Brick Cottage, of 4 rooms, kitchen; bath ;. AZ.W^jy^^r- * Acro Land- £'70' V\ ' APPLY :' - » IAHONY & CO., Property Salesmen, TanwortL r PHONE 161. ? j^j , j MOREE DISTRICT. !!22 MfR|NO WETHERS, 2 and 4-tooth, one mark, shorn October, fa...
SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
'SPECIAL FORECAST. ' nS£ °,NorUl0rn Tab'elands and bien,t0 ~T,he Northern Daily Leader' ?Dy the otato Meteorologist, 'from the latest figures available each afternoon. . At first sultry; but later becom ;ing cooler, with southerly winds; ,some scattered showers and thun der. THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. .! MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1921.
THE LAST KAISERS. Ex-Hungarian Minister on the Debacle. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921
THE LAST KAISERS. Ex-Hungarian Minister on the Debacle. .Prince Ludwig Windischgraetz, who during the last months of the war was Hungarian Food Minister, in 'Vom ?Rbten zura Schwarzen Prinzen,' just v published, gives a strange picture of Austrian incapacity and disorganisation, and throws some new light on the his tory of the war. He took part in the first invasion of Serbia anil describes the fighting at Shabatz, where he tells how,/- 'at the moment of' the Serbian assault, we saw an officer running towards us: from the ?town. He was on foot, without cap or sword. He was Lothar von Hortstein, commander of the 9th' Army .Corps. Losing his presence of mind,' he had abandoned his men in panic and run away; he Jumped into a boat! and cross ed to the other bank of the River Save —and was, of course, . removed from commana.' ? Thie prince blames the Austrian staff for intrigues and gross blunders, among ; the most serious the sacrifice of no fewer than 86,000 men out of ' a force ot - 9...