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THE MAN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920
fHE MAN: ON THE LAND. Those Notos aro issued ««vory vtrook; under the porsonal nupcr ' ir.ijion- of "the HonoriDlo. th« Minister of Agriculture, aadt at* based' mainly ou tire oxporienci# of Dopartliiaht. 1 Should any farmer desire 'Inform*-, ilon relevant to Ills work oni tlis . land 'not roffeod to In these Notes iif the tlmo, a quiryi ad I dressed. to tho Under: Hbbritary of Agriculture, Sydney, will' bei> an-. , twerad vby , letter. as quickly «» possible. ? WUan potato of general . Interest are raised, the revly wH'i k. far tm possible, Vo rep'stad lh tt.ose columns.
LYRIC THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920
LYRIC THEATRE. Tho lilt; plctiifu for to-nlnht In "Tin Oopiwrlimui," fouturlni; Mono! Harry mow, tho (lrnt of tho I'nnunoiiiil Momm plutnroH. Tho Hiippiirl. M llry ant \ViiHliliiirii~nlwiiyH ho In unlor liilnliiK-In "Iiin'o liiHiiraiuto," which, pruHiiinnlily, niutinx n Hi'.homn lo pro vont fn 111 n i; In Invii (Wimlil II lin u hiiccohh ). Thorn In, In mlilltIon to Iho limia'l Incldnnttil plolnrcH, an Al St. John coinorty ontllloil "Hhlp Alloy."
THE MAILS At Sydney. TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920
THE MAILS At Sydnoy. TDDAY Richmond Illvur-Il.Ild a.m. (MuitIiik bur). I'ort Moiwiby, Yiilo Inland, Simmi'iil mid Uiilmul, via UHhImiiiu-Noon (Miii'hIiui) . C'dft'H Harbour (liarculH)- 5 p.m. (I'Mlzroyj, t'tiff'H I laI'lioiu1 Jully (pa rendu)-5 p.m. (Fluroy). llyron liny-fi pm. (WollmiRhar), Claronru lllvor-5 p.m. (PulKatiliar). South Solitary Island-5 p.m. (I'ul Kanlmr). TaBiimnla, via Molbourno-5 p.m. (LooiiKana) ? WoBt Amitrnlla-5 p.m. (overland). WEDNIOSIUY. TiiBinanla, via Molbourno-S p.m. (Uotomulmnn). TCNULISII MAILS, Outwardlrt,-KoiiIrIu LUIho, cIohIhk . Soptomhor 10, oxpoottjd to arrlvu London IJocombor 21!! ORtnrloy, oIohIiik Novombor 17. oxpontnd to nrrlvo London, liecombor 22, Inwarda,- Dated London, Soptonibor 23, ox, Ontorloy, via Suoz, . dun Sydnoy Oetobor 28; dnlod London ? Soptonibor !I0, ox Mnhvn, via SUOK, duo Sydney Novombor AMIOHICAN MAILS. MuIIh dalud Snn Francisco, Soptonibor 28, duo Sydnoy about Novombor, Lottor n.tOH,-Tlio piiHlni?o rato on .ottoi'H to tho U...
ECHO FROM PAST MR. C. R. STYLES LOOKS BACK [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920
ECHO FROM PAST Mil. ('. It. STVMvK I.OOKS HACK Mr. C. n. Stylos, J.P., of isunco nlii, !h ono of IIki olilust A ml most roKpoutod roslduntH of tlio dlHtrl«t, !lu wn.H pruHont at yoHtorda/H oolu- : linitlonn. In convocation lio rolnted ixporluiiCDH In tlio oiirly ihiys, mid how on iniiiiy ocoimlonsi lio anil othoi'x aiwlstod to unload Iriilloolc toams which ,;.V&lt;«lld liUL'omo ImnK'-'il In tlio now liuay /^iiUuni-slruot.' Ho svns tnlliliig In roforonoo t.i sovonty youi'H ago. Mo tdiowod n sllvor oiiKrnvod mor'iil iwardcd to IiIH lata mother In I8(ifi liy tlio i Atfi'loiiltni'iil 'and llortlmil mrnl fjooloty for Jlio hunt HHHortmont' if applUH, Tlia mudul. wiih miulu Uy Uio Into Mr. J-I. S. 01 uric, wl|p In tliuHO ' dny« ooouplod a llttlo Hliop VhM'o 'iip-tiA-dato promised'-aro now .jrootod anil In porsohhIoii of Mr. Ilnl lH. How npprnprlulo all llils Ih WIIOII .ivo aro oiiloliratliiK tlio oentonnryl /Mr. Stylus IH II.Iko In pohdcihhIOII nf V IIIIIIIOIKI, wliloh wVin prlnt"d...
(Published by arrangement.) POLITICAL HYPOCRISY CONGRESSMEN VOTE DRY. BUT THEY NEVER REFUSE LIQUOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920
(Published by arrangement.) POLITICAL HYPOCRISY CONGRESSMEN VOTE DRY. Bill' THEY NEVER. REFUSE LIQUOR. (By W. L. Clienory,, In "Now Yorlc TlmoH.")' Tho thirst oE the unrogeneratod 13 rldluiilouH. Man and women, too, are Joins queer things to got somothlng Jiat lcickB linrdor tlian ono-IiiilE ot 1 por cont, Tho future historian ot tho man nera'and customers of these yoai'B of tho race will have a lovoly story. Ne ver hoforo has an appetlto boon HO thoroughly frustrated by constitu tional amendment. Consequently, ne ver lioforo has a suppressed human desire broken out in so many strange places. Tho subtleties to which men ?o to slako dosiccatod throats com pose a mro chnptor In tho annals ot vanity. At first sight tho behaviour of cer tain dry politicians Is the funnlosl 3xhlhlt of tho tlmo. At tho Chicago and S'in Francisco conventions some of tho bosses and mumigoH of tho convontlon delegations hopt "open Iioiiho," Somo had storos of t'.io stuff that barkeepers wero regularly ro tnl...
BRITISH STRIKERS. BRIGHTER PROSPECTS. All Parties Seeking Settlement. CONFERENCE MEETS. LONDON, Octobor 24. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920
BRIGHTER PROSPECTS. | . ; ? : ;- ? ''"A All Parties Seeking Settlement. CONFERENCE MEETS. LONDON, Octobor 24. The conl confaronco sat for two hours. . Tho miners' loiulota aro re porting th« result of tho discussion to tho Exocr'.lvo this afternoon. Mr. L1c|y&lt;l George remains in town to rocelvo any further representations Tho Minors' Exocutivo lias adjoiirnod until to-morrow. Mi\ Lloyd George moots'tlie miners' loadors to-morvow. PA 11 IS, Octobor 21. The National Council of Minors Iiuh foirwilrdcd tho Mlnistor of Labor mid [Public Works now domands, chiefly for wngos incroases, bringing tho wage GOO por cont. abovo the pro-war lovol. NEWSPAPfcRS GUARDED London nowspapora havo guarded commonts on tho coal situation, en poclally ns both sides aro pledged to socrocy rogardlng tho latost propo sals. Tho vlow Is thut a moro pro Imslng position may bo oxpeotod. Tho Government will not proccod Im mediately with tho Hmorgoncy Bill, as It Is cortalu to arouso controversy. "DON'T ...
BRICKLAYERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920
HRlC!Kt,AY12US' UNION. Mr. .1. Kllburn, State organiser of .ho Koilnrntoil UrlultlnyorH' jsunocla*' linn, la InOunllnmi at tha proxoiit Inn), ami In Viuw of thin tact, It In ntomlod to hold u mooting of tho ocal branch at tho llrlrtgo Ilotol to light to illaciiHH wiiy.s nml moana of icnlltiK tlio broach hotwoon tho mlon nml Iho local branch of tho
SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920
SERVICE By PAUL BIOWSHKIl. I hnil business In tho country town of Pillows, So my ol&lt;l friend, Mortl mor Prldo, 'homing of my. advont, of ferod mo hospitality. Outside tho station I was mot by an anormous motoir car/ with bl-uo enamel, plate-glass windows,, silver Inmps, HlUt eurtnlns, and many com plluntod iinil dazzling horns and sl rons, Tho driver's" nsslstivnt, clad In a llvory of blue'and ollvo groon, al most: lifted mo Into tho Insldo of thin travolMng boudoir, .ami lot me-sink gontly Into doop - cusrlilons of mativo oordod volvot, Vast .rnes woro filing ovor mo, and I a 1 must swoonod with tho imwontod luxury as wo gilded, w It'll no perceptible vibration, out of tho station through tho little town and Into deep lanes jewelled with primroses and bluebells, and over hung by tho whfto snow of the haw thorns. I realised I was going to liavo a comfortable weok-ond. I roachod tho house. Sir 'Mortimer Prldo, K.13,15. (as I learnt ho was), mot me at tho front door, I felt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920
Sunraysed Birthday Stunt 10th April . 30th September £2000 IN CASH PRIZES ^DISTRIBUTED TO COMPETITORS. 'The last curtain' lias fallen on 'The SUNRAYSED BIRTHDAY STUNT,', and after a moso careful pystom of checking, and exhaustive* enquiries, we have pleasure in announcing that The Most Popular Birthday Date is 12T _ JTJIj-Z", *n3 11 THE FIRST PRIZE OF £1000 IS WON BY Miss A* FORT, a«h 844 Nicholson Street, , , NORTH FITZROY., JTHE SECOND PRIZE OF £250 goes to Mrs. D. J. Ham, 10 Wanda Road, OAULFIELD. THE THIRD PRIZE OF £100 goes to ,Mrs. John Lee, *? The Market Garden, GLANVILLE BLOCKS S, A, THE FOURTH PRIZE OF £50 goes to Mrs. F. . Cooper, . Thomson Street; . : A MAFFRA, ,Vi&lt;f. Thu 100 P.rhcs of 10/ oftuh havo boon won by entrants In tlio vurtoiiH RUitfts of tlio Commonwealth, nil of whom hnvo boon Informed of their buucorr, nml on roooipt of duly oomplotod atatirtory iloolunillons, ohoquos for tlio nmoiint of ttIZO monoy will bo forwardod. Printed Prlzo IJIhUj nro avnll...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. TO-DAY. TODAY [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920
LOCAL AND GENERAL. ' TODAY. TODAY Police court, 10 a,ni. Judging of window exhibits, Mr, W. T, Richardson, 10 a.m. Motor trips to beauty spots for visi tors, 10 a.m. Judging of cnltdren's competitions, Industrial Exhibition, 10 a.m. Trip to Chatsbury quarries, 10 a.m. Meeting at Crookwell, Mayor of Goul ' burn and Mr. E. L. Holmes. Carnival, afternoon and evening: Industrial Exhibition) 10 a.m. to 10 .......> . I Pictures,-Empire Theatre: "A Fool and His Money," "The Willow Tree," etc., 8 p.m. Lyric Theatre: "Copperhead," 'Love Insurance^" "8hlp Ahoy," e\c., 8 p.m. ' Meotlng, Bricklayers' Union, 8 p.m. i
Meeting the Pioneers GOVERNOR'S CHEERFULNESS: LADY WHO SAW A CENTURY [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920
Meeting the Pioneers GOVERNOR'S CHEERFULNESS: I;AI)Y WHO SAW A CENTURY At tlic- Showground tlio oldoBt resi dents wero seated to bo introduced to tho Govornor and Dame Margaret Davidson. Mr. Lamb, tho Governor's private secretary, arranged for thoir mooting. 'Ulie Governor Chnttod choorfully and IntorcBtedly with cucli of tho volorans, asking qiieatloim nlwut their llvos an&lt;l expressing ap preciation o£ their work for Austra lia. One old gcntlomnn raised a general laugh by wishing tho Governor "May you Hye nalong, as wo liavo!" Tho old resldonts thus introduced worei-^-Mrs. 8. Onrinleliaol (81), Mrs.'D. Sheohan (78), Mr. 13. Shee liiui (81), Mr. J. Stevenson (84), Mr. Colwell (03), Mrs. U. Mclmies (1)2), Mr. F. D. Badgory (70), Mrs. It. Lnnsdowne (100), Mr. J. Clinnnoll (80), MfH. Mary Harris (81), Mrs. Wators (01)., Mr. James Stiiwnrt (83), n'n&lt;l (Mr. Uoss (81). Tho Governor displayed particular interest In Mrs. Lansdowne, who Is still uprightly enough, in hpl...
The Southern Morning [?]erald TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1920. THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920
Ti nc-DAY, OCTOBER'20, 1920. THE DAY. /, . ''Goulburn was proud yesterday, mid with reason; It will lie proud all tllla week, when citizens and visitors alike will join In llie celebrations. Auburn-street was t-.-owclud yestorday morning, and, but tor tho threatening x»C't li.er, would have been packed. As the day wore on tho sky cleared and everything went with a JoyouB swing. All who have .worked to im,la these celebrations a success liuvo much reason to bo satisfied, und if tho spirit 'shown by tho citizens only* continues to llnd expression wheji lint iHy has liut off Us holiduy dress, wo noed not huvq any rear for the a.'i i". Tho time Is ripe for a new stop forward to bo taken, and perhaps ili'iuu who aro In a position to do so will look into tho matter of extending the r. umber of our factories. A short timo ugo it waa announced that tlij citizens 01' Orange had decldud to erect woollou mills, the machlnory for which would cost la tho region of £100,000. Ndjv, Orange lias no ...
Industrial Exhibition INTERESTING DISPLAYS OFFICIAL OPENING BY GOVERNOR [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920
Industrial Exhibition INTERESTING DISPLAYS OI'FICUr, OI'KNINO IIY ClOVKItNOlt Tho Imlur.trial Inhibition* 1n tho Arcadia Hall, was tho no.xt point to bo visited, t'ho (lovornor nnd. Dnmo Mnrgnrot, accompanied^)}' the Mayer nnd Mayoress, Aid. and Mrs. HogorH, proceeded thero directly from tho ShowKfound. Amid tho strnlnH of tho Nntloftial Anthem, they declared tho oxhltltloii open, and worn escorted romul by Messrs. Allan Turner and 0. Knopp, nccompnnlcd by Mrs. Knopp. Jt Is a wonderful exhibition, con sldorlnK how (illicitly It Jinn all been orwanlsoiK and reflects the utmost credit, llrst 'iipnn Mr. Allan Turnor for thn conception of the Idea nnd tho Hrst dollnUe stops towards Its cxceu Lion, nnd tfhon upon Manure. 0. Kn°PPj BcavJn nnd Howell, who Intor joinca lis committeemen. ObvicnBb'(.Ho at Iuih everywhere been to Pi'11"011''1' plays flrsh, giving next preference to Australian-mado articles. HEMARKABLK SUB-SOIIiKIt Taking tho oxhiblts in thei oid&lt;» | which thoy eamo....
RUNNING LOW. SINN FEIN FUNDS MANY REPUBLICANS RESIGN. LONDON, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920
RUNNING LOW. ' SINN HUN 1'UN 1)8 " MANY NWPUNTJIAANS' MOAICIN. .' ,TJI- I/>NOON, OULOLMR 21/ ' Tho ? DAIIJY/ CHHONICLM Htntop i)int,,thb'fiiii(li) of tlio TrlHh torI'op'l.stf itrg^riiiinltiK Rlwrt, nrul tiui uctlvltlof of'tlie Clovorlimont forcai) tiro CHUHIIIH , rofllKnntloiin / from tho "Itnpiiljllonn, nrmy^ nmiiy'of, wliosb loniloi'H uro on '..tlio run,,-'t'juilr m>kooi>, nml tho up-; hoop of thoiv^oponiloiUH, Ih Imiiofllni1 ,a stpiiln;;on;Roi>ut)Uoi»ii fuiulB',. ''^A^-fl|Kri'U|,fihr);l»6yodtt mavomont lr ".1}ojnpriiijpbd,TW«. a mask fur, trnlnltyr. ? liidH >jn jjho polloy of .nutrnRd. Tlit HC'oiijj'hnvn t'ommltlcil mniiy not# of liiodntllfirlsm^ 1 .
Official Luncheon [?] DISTINGUISHED GATHERING NOTABLE SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920
Official Luncheon IFL DISTINGUISHED GATHERING NOTABLE SPEECHES. Tlio official lunrlioon hold In St. Saviour's Jlall at jnldday yoatorday to uolobrnto the occasion ol tho open ing of tho Goulbum Centenary cele brations, wa» ,un epoch, In aoulburn'B htstoi'Vr Pjorhups ltovor boforo In t.'io annals of this city has BUcli a roproBontntlvo rissoinbly of distin guished porsontf-buon hold. Every Hliudo of Bocloty, every creed and class was represented to do honour to the grout occasion. &lt; Ills Exoolloney Sir Wultor'Davidson accompanied by liamo Margiirot Da vidson, occupied Die Boiitn of honour at tho ofllclal tablo, and surrounding tliom wore Mia Worship tho Mayor (Aid. Rogers), Von. Archdeacon Ward, Rov, Father Onhlll, lion. Mutch, Aid, A. 73. Notts, Mr. W, S. Arnott, P.M., and Mr. II. M. Oxloy, with their wlvos and lady frlonds. Tho Mayor occupied tho chair. . As HU Kxeellcncy and Dnmo Margaret otitoiic&lt;l tho l>n ]), tho company roso and stung Ocv.l Suvo tho Kin...