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TAMWORTH FINANCE. RESUME OF 1920 ACCOUNTS. Electricity Deficit. Big Increase in Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

v TAMWORTH FINANCE. JM . ? :o: ? , RESUME OF 1920 ACCOUNTS. Electricity Deficit. Big Increase in Stock Sales. s^| A report upon the , books, and accounts ||pf tlie Tamworth Municipal Council l'oi pihe year 1920 was submitted by the PjJ'owii Clerk (Miv Guy ;Kable) to: tht p§ieeting of the Council on Tuesday. , . fe| In tlie report Mr. Kable stat'ed that ali! MA lle accounts had been coihplcteu, with MM ie exception of the Water Supply Fund. pH rWch had to await the Tetii.'sV .i- m' the 1% 'ublfe Works Department of the inconu |?ggor the last halt year. p;3 The collection of rates :ia.l rlutrfvs g|fl)ail been quite up to the usual standard P? 'he amount outstanding lor rates show; pjj (1 a slight increase as comp'ai ed with * H m- bm on the °t»er huntl tho suij pjwing for electricity accounts, sanitary |aees arid common fees was much leas. , S| The /ollowirig figures were submit p3cil from the completed accounts, and M Iso corresponding figures for previous I. H ears— . . : ' »'| GENE...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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CATCHING FROGS. Children Drowned in Wafer Hole. Victim's Heroic Action. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

CATCHING FROGS. ! Children Drowned in Water Hole. ? I Victim's Heroic Action. ? SYDNEY.; Monday.'.: ' .The two children, Eileen Durand ,and ? Alfred Brennan, who wero drowned :-in ' a disused brick pit at St. Peters, were, ae- 1 cording to the evidence given' at the in-.' quest to-day, accompanied by other children looking for frogs. ' Ivy Jean Durand, aged 10, said she and her sister met some other children near the brick pit water hole. The gate was open, so they all went in. Some frogs were caught and Eileen then said, 'I am going home.' She started . off ami climbed up ilio bank, but ran back down the bank, and could net stop her self, so fell into the water. Alfred Brennan was catching frogs, and when I he saw her' floating in the wafer, he | threw off his coat and jumped in. Ho got . hold of her and nearly had her ashore, when they both sank. Witness screamed \ind raw heme, and told her mother. Mr. Jumiesbn, the Covonor, found, that the children were accidentally drowned.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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MARKET REPORT. TAMWORTH MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

jMAgmr fflPORTS. ???.::^Aiivf6^tB SiA'feii^T'ftBpoi^ ';: .^Melssrs. Colmore Williams, Tamworth, . _ Supplies were somewhat' short of re qirementsat our last Friday's market,, but prices were unaltered at hist week's lates with the exception of tohiatoes,' which. were: firmer. Poultry was 'for* ward; in- large huriibcrs and was slighUy l^peTbag279 '' *»'**???&, ^M ^Onions, 7/ to 9/ per bag;. 2/ to 3/ per ..'.Pumpkins, 5/ to 24/ per dozen. Cabbiisea, 2/ to 9/ per donen. . ; .Lettuce, ]/G to 2/ per'dozn ?Ithubarb, 1/ to 1/6; per: dozen tainches. Ciirrols. 2/6 ,lo;3/6 iper'doaeh bunches Parsnips, 2/ to 3/ per dozen bunches. Beijt'i V to 2/6- per dozea bunches. ',, Onions, 1/ to 3/ per dozen bunches. 1 'PiCkling onions, IVid per lb. Cucumbers,, 6d to 1/6 per dozen. ?Marrows1;, 2/ to 4/6 .per dozen. Wafer melons, 10/ to' 18/ per dozen. .' Rpcic melons, 9/ to 12/ per dozen. flerlis, 1/ per dozen bunches. French beans, 3/ per peck. ' P.eas.'S/ per peck. ?' -Tomatoes, 3/ to 8/ per 3A...

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LATE TELEGRAMS. Shooting Affray. MAN DEAD; WIFE WOUNDED. Tragedy at Gore Hill. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

LATE TELEGRAMS.. .Shooting Affray. ? MAN DEAD; WIFE WOUNDED ' Tragedy at Gore Hill. ' ' . SYDNEY. MimWhv. '- A shooting affray, which involved' the death, of Frank Barnes, aged 20, and' the wounding or his wife, Lily Barnes,' aged 27, occurred at Gore Hill til's afternoon, ? -| The police report states that .Mrs. Barnes, who had boon separated from .'\elju!s-ba,nd/ Wil's ,J(v!nS .with her ybuns ?eliatlren in.a .{l-.ousfe'.-in /fohich she rent ed rooms. Shortly after 2 o'clock the woman, who had been working all the mornirfg and. was on her way 'home, met. her husband. The police so far have not found any witnesses, but it is believed that when the couple met they engaged in conver sation Tor a time. They quarrelled and then Barnes struck his .wife a se vere blow. Immediately afterwards a shot was fired, and Mrs. Barnes fell to the road with two bullets in the left shoulder. Barnes it; is stated, j;an 'into tho bush, a distance of about 300 yards and shot himself in 'the centre of di...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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THURSDAY'S MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

r,ri!.; THlJ?IiS.DAY^S MAftkEt. ' f^rrWi S a very heavy yarding of imi'i»'S*^?i Iienn-!d' lhe owning sales bpng dull, but towards the end o'f thd .wile .-, previous rates iwero mairitadned: nS,.Wid',n,'a soI(1 **? hena -'at'quotal £14/r \ k1 ?Ck,S £W- 3 bullocks flf/8 \ ?' blI!IccICS li£1?. 5 bullocks f J to1 18C/?O: '^?«*'.;-t««itaw Sheep.— There was only a moderate supply of rai8 Which were., cleared 'at satisfactory pricps. ? . Store oheep; There wns a f-y.; vprd ln« o whiclf the market aa/wnl ',«. C^ili0 ll£™Ce m lust dai-H «Sle; ' U-ittle: TiiPre was about, aoo yavdeil «nd nearly all lines wore cleared at ud

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

;p GOOD LINE~STOCK. ~~~ ' ;£ '- HANDY TAM WORTH. ~ ' ? iS^f^V?^8/ 4 t0 ° monUls' Station bred, r. mark, splendid '?r,M wSS»l.™Ji „ ,wool- bftIance sl'-™ October, dipped. 22/6 5-M).jY?ETHiBRS, 3. and 4. years;, shorn ..Ocloebr,; splendid condition ' bi- 'frames Jun^SSj Sw™ ''*?- ''?'?.'-'''????I «--?-.'? 2i »iv« ,i root m y#lNrAND COUSENS, IjT^lWWnRTH -* ! ATTRACTIVE LINES OF SHEEP OFFERING./, .;;,;:\T ?: . ?- TAMWORTH. - ? ~ ? ' .'???/'. ?m1SCS?t^8Sffi^- 4i£^rn--Septemben: forward, 6ndl. 22WKr SSSt O^^'-^-S^-^eond,. . ''QUIRINDI. -? ? -».--., ....,-,-.. ? ? i-taU,,..'.'.' ,.. Foiwoffer or further particulars from: '.. ' ,; . MAHONY^ AND Ca, Property Salesmen^TMnwwlIt j CHOICE PROPERTY -Wms^jr&M:^ ? i : MOREE DISTRICT. ;; M$ ACRES SETTLEMENT LEASE, 20 Miles from Railway Well jmprorcd '* anu *afered by bore drains. Good Homestead: Country open biack uniifc f°l pl ns- nice|y shaded and splendidly grassed. Will.Rent for Term of 3 to 5 years, at 2/6 per acre per annum. : ? .'$'??...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

AUCTION SALES. 2Q(f STORE CATTLi7~~ 2t)0 : For Auction at tamworth. L THURSDAY, 20th JANUARY;,: 'v IJrougliton & Co. will auction, 200 Store. CaltlCA as. aibove,, jcomiirising Cows with calves. Dry Cows, } Heifers, Uiillccks, and Steers. , , . They will be drafted and sold in lots to suit_an_ buyers. . _ _-. ? _. ^?'~ ^''^JmoUGIlTON & CO., ?'''?;? '' Tamwortli. . PRELIMINARY NOTICE. OF SALE/s BY PUBLIC AUCTION. 'GLEN MORANGIE ESTATE,' ; ALSO STOCK. WEDNESDAY, 23rd FEBRUARY, at 2 o'clock sharp '',;- «90 ACRES, Freehold, C.P. and U.-t.. 600 MIXED SHEEP. . Situated 6 miles ? from Bendemeer, ami 10 miles' from Woolbrook.' ..;??' ::. To; fee Bold vight^out 'on account of winding, up, the estate. '. ?]??? -?? ;?,;? ??? .',.„, Kull particulars later issue.' ; A. h. STEWART & CO., '? . . . Auctioneers, | ,' ? ..; ., Tamwortli.. MAITLAND HORSE MARKET. | ,1, Wright reports selling 345 horses I at Maitland yards on Thursday last. The | yarding comprised mostly. active §...

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NEWCASTLE STEEL. GREAT GROWTH OF THE WORKS. Uses More Coal than the State Railways. Employs Over 5000 Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

I '^NEWCASTLE STEEL. ' || GREAT GROWTH OF THE WORKS. H| Uses More Coal than the State mi : Railways. mm Employs Over 5000 Men. gHU Some Interesting pai'Ucular.s of the H scope and operations of the B.H. Propty. rag Coy., Ltd., Iron and . Steel works at gig Newcastle, was given to a representa 9g|g tive ot 'The Northern Daily Leader,' by ?HI Mr. .1. McMeekan, 'superintendent of $||| construction .for the company. Mr. Mc-| l||| Jleekan is at present in Tamworth' in | HH connection with the company's magne P|? silo mine at Attunga. This mine :gives| *0?}t promise of becoming a great industry' |$,ij for the locality. It is estimated by Mr. 10M McMeekan that the mine contains !$&j 100,000 tons of magnesite, which is a Iff? vol'-v llseful ri«t. .mftterinJ'J.uscflJ.o line ilM lhe sleel furnaces' 'at the'' Newcastle atta works. WM A(. these wonderful works, which are mi situated on the Northern . side of the ||ra Newcastle harbor about three miles from MH.'Nobby's, over 5000 persons...

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COUNTRY WOMAN'S WOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

' COUNTRY-WOMAN'S ;WOES;-«- ,'/? ? A pitiable; letter vvas' received- by- ;the ;, Cockburh; Couiicil from a vyoraan in tfie. cpuntry, who asked to tie relieved' from paying rates for a little while.' The' letter read': 'Just a line to let you' know thai I cannot pay the shire rates. It is so hard to. get food and clothes. Me and'nvy. children are almost starved'and ragged.'' 'I would have paid it lon& Sgo if I ha'd'it'he ihbney to do so as- I have i not liet; f it ,r\\n over very often; Hop ing you will not take: proceedings against, nie.' Tne' Clerk vvas instructeii . to write1 s'tati'rfj; -that the Couh'cii was hot 'se'Vero'with pe'rsb'hs in'sucli a-1 posU ? tionand tha;t time to- pay would- be al lowed. .....-? ,- ??';,?' r

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QUARTERLY LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

QUART EFt.LY. .LiCEN^IN'6 C'OUR^T. The Quarterly Licensing ' Court for the district of Taniworlh was held; at. the' Court House yesterday, before Messrs. W. M. FiiicHam, P.M.', J,' Deii ning,' J.P1;; arid R.' A. .Stahfield, ' J.P: , The 'District' 'Ihsiiedtor's report,' which - stated: that all the houses in the district ? were well conducted; vvas, read and; re e'eiyed. Alfred George' Fldry ' made' ap', plicatibri for' a' transfer' of liib' iicehse of the' Central- HoteU TamvVorth, .io~ Richard V/iliiam Solomons. Mr. 'O'Hal-.. -.? loran lappeared; for the parties. The ? transfer was granted'. ??'...'?

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DISTRICT COURT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

DISTRICT COURT CASES. Si I The: following cases- have beenr listed- . for Uie' District Court tp 'b'p.'li.eW]'..ai , TariivvortlV Lon .Febriikry' i;' Wfbr'e' 'his Hon.or Jiidge While:— ^^^hitteri v. Hoff rnann; goods sold' and deliyeredi;(',thricei previously postponed), £11,;' .Barley. :y. , ? Wilibtt, damages for bodily : 'injury., £400; Cousens V. Doolej-,- moitey' leht and interest;1 £9S; 'Vates v.1 GaniptieTl1, damages to1 motor'car inicblIisldn-,-.'£ao 12/-9; MacKenzie and. Sons v. Hall, ca sa sumihphs (previously, postponed},.. £106/8/5- MacICe~nzie,.aii-I Sons v. Me-'. Donaldi garnisHee orders arid suTuinons- ' es (four); Workmen's Compensation1. Act, 1916,' application for order, fpiv , investment of mpney. p;vid into co^rt in. r'e the death of Arthur Charles 'MeUiclie',' £400. Re'initte'd Issues in divorce,1 - George O. Rixoh V. Violet May Rij^on, iMohty.Sing as coreapondent. Issues,, , marriage, and auiiltery. :

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COLLAPSED IN PEEL STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

COULAP&ED IN PEEll' STREET; - A nianj apparently about 26 years of age, collapsed in a. fit in Peel. Street, Tiimwortii, last night, at 0 o'clock'. Mr. Petherick iinci other passers-by restor ed liini to coriscibusnbssi and1 he was' sub-, sequently .conveyed to the' :Tamworth District Hospital by. Sergeant Sinclair. The man. stilted that his name was Percy Lewis.' He' said' he had' walked 'front ' Wci-ris Creek, and was- tramping Iiis way bagk to Brisbane, vvheroall his people resided. , He had not had a meal fortw.o days. The sum of £1/3/6 vv{is cbllect'ed from the orilookers by Mr. F. White, and' will' be given to him' wlien' he conies^ ' put' of the hospital to help him on. his. journey. ?

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SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

SPECIAL FORECAST. 'For Uie Northern Tablelands and North and North-Western Slopes, sup plied to 'The Northern Daily Loader' by the Stato Meteorologist, from the lateBt figures available each afternoon. Fine, but cloudy generally; some scat . ter-ed showers on Northern Tablelands; S.E. to N. winds; becoming warmer. THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. TUESDAY. JANUARY 18, 1921. ? ??' ??'?. ?;??- . '.-':'; bt-i: 'X

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THE NEW PARADISE SWIMMING BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

THE NEW PARADISE sWlMMINCT1 ? '?? ? - ' BATHS.-1 ?'?-.!. -i ? '('.'-? ? The meeting cpnvejied. to forin- a Tiimr worth Svyiniiriirig Club^ was Held, last' night.' It was decided to fbrnv; a-'cotft mittetj' of. 45 members' an&'tci' ripjtdint1 an-' attendant in tho ladle's' -dressing; room. ' A ' discussion took place on the possibility of holding a granfl' .swimrnihg. carnival on' the 2fith' inst. 'Tl'iis' matHJr was defbri-ed till next. Wediibsda'y'rii^lit. V resolution was, passed asking- the Council to make the ' following: improve-., nent.s: Provide n t:e'ssai*y sanitary y'ei--' .ice; provide twolighls for 'night tnvim' uing; construction of diving ''plittfbr'ni md spring boards; -ladder to .ranch-top Dt' bank on Paradise side of viynr; '? nof. lice board prohibiting bad laiigija'.ge.' 'it was also resolved to Invite trie' ald'e'r ineri to make an inKpnollon' of the b'ilTh' and to take an active internKt'inthblr. i'iii)i-oveih--iil and upkeep. A niopting of the committee ...

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RIOT IN GERMANY. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

, RIOT IN GERMANY. I (neuter's Telegrain). , 1 i.»,.,',-.. '..'?? LONDON, Sunday. ? ills. a 1W'Mn ^respondent mpoits 1 tn r°n at Koonigrteirf on till oc mm norr Liobknecht. ? lra,:,thousaml- Communist Oemoii'U. '

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

MARKET REPORTS. Sc'hute, Bell- and Co., Ltd., report ?un- derrate .January 15: .Ajdvices as to resulUs of the opening sales in London this week are far Xrom encouraging on the eve or resumption of auction sales 'in this centre' ?'Buyers were not prepared to operate at up 16 the reserves placed on most 6f:the wool by the Government represehtative;Yand consequently very small quantities wcrf: sold. Transactions here in passod-in lots have he-in of iair volume duvin.? the past week or so, but we are sorry to find that several sales have occurred at con siderably below the parity of closing auc tion rates. We, on the other, hand, have been steadily declining to reduce reserv es below such parity. Ratification by the British. Government of Sir John Higgins1 proposals for con trol of the held-over appraised wool- is now definitely announced, and the gene ral feeling is that such decision will tend towards -.t.t'^ilisation ot values. A de finite policy as regards disposal of such wool so a...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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THE TURF. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

THE TURF. ' .... ? FIXTURES. ?:.. ????- ?'v- !';',/.'. . ?? . ? ? ? ???('? ;'?:-::;? .?!-,, ,'. '-:.'.. JANUARY.'-: V-\ xv ? : IS '10.— Tamworth. 20.— N. and N. W. D. R. Association at i Tamworth. Z6, 27.— Glen Innea. 2G— -willala (Boggabri), All -Heights. 26— Barraba Hibernian All Heights. 2G.—Benclemeor All-Heights. 26( 27.— Werris Creek. Grassf,eds. , ., 29!— ;Guyra All-Heiglits. :??.,.?.:::. ' ' FEBRUARY,'-; $ fi. , ?? . 2. 3'.— Uralla. ? ' .\..':-'V t,Li. ....?? 2; S.— Mun-urundi (G.F.). ? ', '-' ? ?? A,- 5-Warialda All-heights. ?.. ^ . '5_AIexahdria Park (ATrfndaleT All . heights. ., K.,y, ?. ^ .,- ??. -???:??.' ^ '-VV 'S.-^Quirindl 'erasS-fcds:' ' ...??. -;??: ' ? .. 9 10.— Armidale Cup JleeUng. 12;— Warwick Turf Club. ? ..'yr; .y 12-Goodwood Park All-Fleights, .and; Trotting Jlceting. :'1.,-1' : .? - IG, :17. — Quirindi. : ' ? 24, 25.— Waloha Picnic. -?. '. ?: ' '.- ' , . 2S— V'alcha Jockey Club. v :-;??- ?.'?? ?: (By 'Poitrel.1^- -:v ;, ??;-.-?: TAMWORTH J. C RACES.; v.. ^ ...

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SPORTING. Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921

SPITING. Cricket. The following players, will ..represent Goonoo Goonb'o Road C.C. in their match against the Prince o fWales C.C. play to commence on the latter's wicket at 2 p. m. : Swadling, Cook, Clark, Cornish, Wilson, .Whitehouse, Phillips, Dunn, How let(, Scott (2), Fulwood (12), Whitehouse (K!), Secomb (14). All are requested to turn up to play. Woolomin plays the return match: igainst Loomberah on Saturday next, :2nd, play to commence at 11 a.m., and vill be represented, by 4.he followinp; layers: Starr, ' Pyrke, Westaway,; For ?y, Milles,' r: Ballantirie, J. H. Swap,' N.' rones, ,T. Brady, A. Yates,' R'. Mclntyre, P. Foster. ?'?'??. '..?'-,. '?''/:'? -. The following wiil . represent Bit!:ra- nero C.C. agair.st Council C.C. at Bith .-amere on Saturday ..next, ? at 2 . p.m. Oiarp: Simpson. Davidson, Evans, :.New ?\\. II Dobson, E. Dqbson, Kelso', Singer, Barnes, W. Vi'allerr., 'J. Roscr,. B.'-WaU- I'rs (12). 'Kicsclbivch (13).' . . ?',?'?.' J J. The folloftring players have...

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SERIOUS CHANCES Are Taken in Neglecting a Simple Case of Piles. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921

SERIOUS CHANCES Arc Taken in Neglecting a Simple Case of Piles., -r» Any person takes serious/chances in neglecting an. attack of piles. This ail ment has a. tendency to become chronic, ? and there is also danger of' ulceration ' and forming of fistula, both very difficult to cm-el The safest remedy for' any form of piles, whether itching or pro truding, ig Doan's Ointment. In usine it there is no detention from daily occu liaticm, arid tlie many cure? made by it :iave made it famous in e\ery corner of the world. It enjoys a greater demand ind more enthusiastic popularity than my other pile remedy ever placed on the market. -.-??? Mr. J. Mitchell, 26 Campbell-street, Glebe, Sydney, says: '1 was a sufferer with itching piles for over .5 years, and [ .cannot describe the agony of this ail ment. Scores, of times I hav.e lost my rest, and I have had to get up altogether, sleep being out of the question. I used 1 great many pile remedies, 'and had ilso been treated by a doctor, but got n...

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TO BOOST DOMINIONS. Churchill at Colonial Office. Mandated territories. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921

TO BOOST PPIWINIONS. ? a -.'.?; Churchill at Colopial Office. Mandated territories. : ;i| (Reuter's Teiegrain). LONDON. Tuesday. 'He will beat the big drum to adver tise the Dominions, and will . carry greater weight and attract more atten tion in representing their interests than anyone :.else wPUld,' said a promi nent Cabinet Cabinet Minister in . ex pianing Mr. Churchill's succession to Lord Milner. It appears . that 'Mr. Churchill sought Ihe Colcnia.1 Office because ho 'became convinced Ihat the most important event of the year' is the June Confer-] ence, and the general trend is to em-j r/aasise the Dominions' power and w'eight. in the Empire. -Moreover the War Office -had' tired him. There is no war on and the public tleiminds econo ' 'The Times'' says Mr. Churchill has demanded that the mandated territor ies be placed under an enlarged Colo nial Office. Lord CurzPji opposed the surrender or the Foreign Office control over Palestine and Mesopotamia, but by a very narrow majori...

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