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GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Camouflaged Army. OPPOSITION IN PRUSSIAN PARLIAMENT. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Camouflaged Army. OPPOSITION IN PRUSSIAN PARLIAMENT. iReutPi s Id-lc^iam) LONDON1 Thuisdiv /Reulei j^iEoiIm coi 1 ebpondont sivs that dm ing tho. debate on the supple mentary citimites in the Puissian As serablv aten 1 1 udvvig (Independent Righl) cuticisctl the item of 1.000 000 000 mi ks foi the Shutepolue He de lared tl it this foice vs is composed of old 11 111 v officeis men who ictiinci: Uie old spmt Hug« buns \ei- spent to cieite,bil lets foi le action 11 v offices -wheicob acluillv theie was one officei lo ever} H men. , H011 Horn mn (Communist) concuri ed ind declared Ihe defence troops con.' stituted a new um} vvluch could be di rectpd , against Geiman} 01 a foieign power Thp esluuates weie lefcued to a ??cnmiUee
SLUMP IN BRITAIN. Big Glut of Coal Stocks. Woollen Goods Reduced. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
SLUMP IN BRITAIN Big Glut of Coal Stocks 'Woollen Goods Reduced - (Keulei s Teleci im) LONDON Thui sd iv Owing to the glut in coal stocks Hip Scottish coal misteis hive agieed to nb melon the fixed prices foi cxpoitmt, coil In futuio busine«s will be on pic wai competitive lines Tho industnal demand Ins diminished bv onethiid a. the steel vvoiks aie running, three Com thi of tho.ii capp^it} while the dis Mn bed condition rf Ii eland has curtiil ed expoit to that countn 5 Sixty ies els aie mdefinitelv laid' up on Tyneside owing to the shipping slump H is stated th it co il can now bo shipppd and 'deliv pied fiom Austi 1 lia a pdund 1 ton cheapei than fiom L,ne:l ind The Scottish woollen ' nianufaclurei'n 'have', circularised their customers 'Offer ing a reduction of 2/ a: yard on cloth? 'n order to dispose of their stocks. . The Scottish manufacturers have .received :payment-:of: their German debts through' Mie Cleaiing House Ihp amounts hous;h laigo were moip thin swallow ed up bv U...
NEW WOOL PROSPECTS. FURTHER DROP IN VALUES. Opinions of British Brokers. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
NEW WOOL PROSPECTS. FURTHER DROP IN VALUES .Opinions of British Brokers: (Rcutoi s Tele'oiam ) LONDON, Thuibdin Pionniient v oolbiokeis, In tlieh an nual' lepoif legal ding the'piospecls of the new /ustialian wool clip, sail it is likeiyl toTshow \ii'deci'ease lot 100000' bales owing to the drought There will be Bomeridlllng off fiom South Afiica, but no appieciablc vaiialion fiom La Plnta 1 ' p - Ii 1 1 Supplies will again be enounous, but Ihe demand. Is likely lo be stimulated by^a lo'\vei level' of values It (he Con ti til ISmopean coiintiics come 'to the nu'ikel the bhrlnkaqe^will^be lft'iided, IhoiitThi'dlie 'prospect'' 'of ' a 'vtempoiaiy Ameiican cmbaigo on foieitjn wools, followed latei Ii} 11 tnnfl, is a iactoi thaUinubt be taken into (onsldeialion On the whole the} coilamlv do not anticipate highei pilces, but look foi a fuithei shunkago of the value ol merino 'In' 'future.' '
IRISH PROBLEM. AWAITING EVENTS. De Valera and Reconciliation. COMMONER SENTENCED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
IRISH PROBLEM, AWAITING EVENTS. De Valera and Reconciliation. COMMONER SENTENCED. (Rputei s leletiam ) LONDON 1 hur^l tvS The Sin bitteb thit JDublin Cistlo has di-,coveicd tho wheieibputs o^^Ii - Do Aaieia in Irclan.i, ho\v lie landed,' and wt'h whom he is conlomng, and Ins instiuclcd th it he snail not be 11 lestcd unicss ho delheis a beditlous speech Ills piocl imit'on to the lush people is expected shortly, and Upon this the fate of the lccomlh ition movement laijpl} depends Aleinwlule the Go .vernment is waiting for the Sinn Fein Commoners to define their position. Ali Wai h lus been' othci illy infoim ed that ho has-been sentenced to five years' servitude for the seditious speech tor; which lie was court1 marliailed' the day: before escaping from Mounljoy in Maich, l'Jli
FINANCIAL TIGHTNESS. DUE TO DECREASED EXPORTS. Less Wool Sold. Position Should Improve Later. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
FINANCIAL TIGHTNESS. DUE TO DECREASED EXPORTS. Less Wool Sold. Position1 Should Improve Later. SYDNEY. Vndn rin.mci.il houses e\pl.un that onoUirv bio' lpason wh} the local monev nwiKPt is light is that supplied bv the wool sales ilcurcK for the Sydney centre, as the wool is not going out fieelv lo 0''' counties, so that monev is not connaS m fioeh, ant] tho bas,ip fact tint Iia- to lie faced is that the jiioup* is 'ot lioie Last seasons wool lotuin was i'1 250,000. For the six months of 'i° piesont season onlv SS 124 bales lnui been sold at roughly C2 000 000 Thh means I hat at. least £5,000,000 less mo nev tame 111I0 tho Svdnpv binlts nn account of the wool sales diuine |»n last six months ot 1920 as coinpainl 'nltli a sinul.ii penod of 1011 The now }eai makes this .uhersi' bii ance still worse, because no sales 01 wool will be held at, all in Sydney tms January. It is safo to nssuine Hint b-' thp end of February next there will do £7,000.000 to £S,000,000 worth Ipss wool sold in ...
THIRD TEST. DISASTROUS OPENING. Collins Saves Position. PELLEW AND RYDER PROVE USEFUL. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
THIRD TEST.' DISASTROUS OPENING, Collins Saves Position. PELLEW AND RYDER PROVE USEFUL, v ' AOBLAlDlfl, Fndai In ehul} wealhpr the thiid tost Oimmvvva'j.bcjunjOji .the Adalaide Oval The opposing captains met outside the Englishmen^ dressing room, and Armstiong spun the coin .Douglas cried 'Head,' but he was .Wrong. -All. he said was: ''What? A blessed tail again!' Armstrong -shrugged his shoulders, and walked away The teams were: — England : Douglas, Fender, 1 lobbs, Slrudw ek, Russell, Makepeace, How oil, iParWn, Hendrenj, Woodleyv I ifihodes, Hitch (12). Australia Aimstiong, Collins, Baids ley, Mailoy, Kelleway, Oldfteld, Gregoiy, Tayloi, ilcDonald, Rydei, Pelle\\,.PaiK (12). I Armblionpr sent Collins and Baulsley to open upon a wicket that looked to be perfect The former took strike to Hovveil, who bowled fiom the nver end Collins allowed the fiist three balls to pass untouched, and patted the fouith round leg for a single. Douglas opened the bowling at lne Calhcdial end, and Col...
LATE TELEGRAMS. Lindfield Tragedy. TEMPORARY COURT IN HOSPITAL. Accused Remanded. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
LATE TELEGRAMS. v Lindfield Tragedy. TEMPORARY COURT IN HOSPITAL. Accused Remanded. SYDNEY, Fridav. A further stage .was reached 'to-day inJ the matter of tlio. Lindfield tragedy, when Mr. Prior, Assistant Chamber Ma gistrate, established a temporary court' in the. hospital at the Keforma'toi'y for Women, Long Bay. The accused woman occupies a corner of the Reformatory Hospital, and, she ia at. present tho only ' patient. This morning she was seated in a chair, neatly (.lessed, and her appearance generally suggested, very great weakness. Mr. Prior acquainted her with the object of Hie visit, and Detective Ramsay read to liorthe ciiargo of having feloniously and maliciously murdered Dr. Tozer. Mrs. Mort made no reply, and when Mi. Hayes asked for a remand, Mr. Hynd :nan informed her that he was present on hor behalf. She said, 'Thank you very' much; I have no objection.' The magistrate accordingly granted a remand.
ALLEGED BURGLARY. Would-be Bridegroom Committed. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
ALLEGED BURGLARY. Would-be Bridegroom Committed. SYDNEY. Fridav: The; remanded^. case in , connection vv.th which a bndegioom was anetted -u his aiuval at a Redtein Chinch 'was he ud at the Cenlial Police Conn today whenvTames Giant, 22, v bookmakei, was cl arged with having bioken and onteied the shop ot r J Holle, 1AA , iu l,stolen a diamond scaif pin, a quan lit} of cloth s.uit cases, and othei ai teles, valued at £2jO i Detective James said Giant admitted to him that he had bioken into Holle'b premises and stolen four suli case% mil of goods , Giant, who lose ved his defence, was c~ Timitted fei trial
ATTUNGA MAGNESITE MINE. Probable Deposit of 100,000 Tons. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
ATTUNGA MAGNESITE MINE. Probable Deposit of 100,000 Tons. ?Mr. J. McMeoluui; superintendent of construction for the Broken Hill pro prietary Co., Ltd, .submitted a- proposi tion to the Cockburn. Shire Council yes terday, in respect to the road from the magnesite mine at Attiinga to the rail way station. Parts of the road were in a very bad state, which made tlie caVt ing of the ore difficult. M'.v McMoekan, in company witl-«, the' Shire Engineer, Mr. Gillies, recently inspected the road. At the' Council meeting yesterday, Mr. McMeekan said the Company would be prepared to devote £150 to wards renovating the road this' year. There was a large amount of stone at the quarry which would-- be suitable for repair work, and the Council was at liberty to use it free of cost. The President, Cr. Parkes. thought that the Company should supply more money for the. work, as that, amount would not go very far. air. McMeekan said the ' , Company would probably increase the amount it the inine prove...