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REDUCTION OF HOTELS. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921

REDUCTION OF HOTELS. MELBOURNE. Sunday. ihirteen hotels in Melbourne closed Iheir doors yesterday in accordance with the License Reduction Board'a or ^l ? , ? ,,.,.... ? , ?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATEST Barracking Fiasco. A TELLING CARTOON. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921

THE LATEST Barracking Fiasco. A TELLING CARTOON. (United Service.) ? LONDON,. Sunday. London, as well as Sydney and Jlel boui ne, id thoroughly enjoying the 'special constables' fiasco. Tom Web ster seized the opportunity in the 'Evening News' of cartooning a gath ering of elderly gentlemen selecting tho spectators for the next test match. Only, the deaf, Wind and dumb were allowed to pass. Counsel, vainly ap pealing .on behalf of a long-w.iskered client, said: '.My client has been in the' bush 42 years, and only spoke once under great provocation. He said 'bob to a.- .wallaby.' ' The press is adopting » moat fair sporting tone, explaining how sports man like impaitial, and frequently wil ly, so-called Australian barracking realiy is.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921

AUSTRALIA'S WONDER CAR After a non-stop engine-run of 4-9 hours. The car arrived in better condition than when it started from Melbourne, and was improving every day. -j . f\^^0t^^^^^M^^^^^^^-^^/(jP^~1'1 ''^^ The Engine delivered enough -*gftW-^- :^^^p-f--^'^^^~^^^-t^=~p^^t^^f, energy ' to lift the car, passengers ' '' {-*'£ *^-~~' - and luggage, 2S4 feet high in ,.., ?***/^ i (£j ? - one minute «S- 0 O , ' ' The following figures are baoad on a mileage total of 36O, and provision has been made for three mile» on second &e*r, and one mile on first gear: ? Engine Revolutions, 870,000. , Each 'Piston travelled 67 mileB, 808 yards— 725,000 - t E-ith Plug sparked (times), 435,000. feet. - ''?-*' Total Sparks (six cylinders), 2 RJ 0,100. A spot on edge of Flywheel travelled 864 miles 601 J Eacli Valve opened (times), 435,000. yards — ft. 4in. — 823i miles. ?- , , , Specifications of the 'AUSTRALIAN SIX' To tbooe conversant with the various units that go to the making of a first-c...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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INTERSTATE BASEBALL. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921

INTERSTATE BASEBALL. SYDNEY. Sunday. 'I He New South AVales baseballers again defeated Victoria at Melbourne yesterday after a woll-fouglit, 'contest by 10 rounds to !), .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921

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Fiume Surrender. CITIZENS MEET FE[?]ARIO. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921

Fiume Surrender. ? CITIZENS MEET FERRARI0. (Reuter's Telegrani.l LONDON, Sunday. . Reuter's Rome correspondent wiles: A meeting between the' Flume citizens and General Ferrario on January 1 ar ranged the final details of surrender, by which the authorities and citizens are .'? left to decide D'Annunzio's . fate. The Italian regulars, will be withdrawn to the frontiers when all: the conditions have. been fulfilled. There have been several fights be tween insuboidinate legionaries and the Italians. The latter were obliged to use artillery and machine guns.

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CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. (COPYRIGHT). [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921

; CHARIIAN'S LQVERr' ? By ANNIE .HAYNES. Author of 'Lady. Carew's Secret,' 'Cico ly Vibiirt's Love,' 'Footprints ol ? Fote,' etc., etc. (COPYRIGHT). f 'YdUv -dylns Wonldn't do . any gooa,' I/ifly Molatyro said sensibly. ? ?.'The.-, question 'is,. -what are you going to-do ?now that ho in alive?' ' . . ?? ?'Nothins,' Charcilnn said, shortly. ???'YoH.nro not goin-5 to tell Sir H:t\ islil Thiifs the straight thiiiE to do.' commented Lady iMcInlyro. 'X believe you would find it would pay best in the end, loo.' ''1 am not going to,' Channian sanl (lchantly. Two hot red spots were bliiMnB now on the pallor of her cheelts I will never toll him. And sooner than he should know I would ? drown myscif.' Lady Mclntyre looked hurt. 'Well 1 am not going to tell him. 1 am only givins you my advice. What I should like- to knew is, what is the other's lit tle game — Errington's?' All Charmlanrs fire seemed to have doserted her, she shrang back listlessly m her chair. . 'I don't know.' 'I don't eithe...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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De Valera Mystery. COMING MAY BRING PEACE. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921

De Valera Mystery. COMING MAY BRING PEACE. (United Service.) LONDON, Sunday. De \aleia's wheieabouts are not yet known. The only thing certain is tliat he has loft Now Yoik. If lie has actu ally arrived in Ireland the .secret is well kept. Ardent supporters and well-wishers profess ignorance: of his 'Whereabouts. and Dublin Castle knows nothing. The 'Sunday Times' thinks his com ing may bring peace. He is returning with' prestige and influence, surpassing that of jParnell, and could induce the Republicans to accept a compromise if he wished. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921

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LATE SPORT. WALLABADAH RACES. Sumach Takes Chief Event. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921

LATE SPORT. ? _ »» ? r-i— - WALLABADAH RACES. Sumacli Takes Chief Event. The Wallabadah New Year '.race meet ing was held on Saturday in hot weather ton good attendance. Results: — t OPENING HANDICAP. Six furlongs.' TRIMBfNELLA, b ns. (Cooltr.im— Lady: Albion), 5 yrs, 8.5 (Arbucide) . . 1 KING RUA, blk g, (Ruenalf— McAsll aged, 8.7 (Dries) A ? 2 Only starters. Betting: 6 to 4 on TRIMBINELLA, i C , to 4 against King Rua. Won easily. Time, 1.188. TRIAL STAKES. Five furlongs. PLAIN JACK, blk g. Form Fours, 6 yrs. 8.11 (Reid) ? 1 EL TIPOR, ch g, Billycan— Charge , mare, 4yrs, 7.11, (Arbuckle) :i ..' 2 SOME RIVER, b g, Rearorie— Missouri I Cyrs, 7.11 (Carpenter) ? 3 Other starters: Brittania Boy. Loch Mavis. Betting: 2 to 1 on PLAIN BLACK, evens El Tipor, 3 to 1 Some -River, 5 -to 1 others.. Won 'by a length. ' ' V .Time, 1.7. WALLABADAH HANDICAP. .', Ono mile. SUMACH, br g, Tressady (imp.)— ' k Arrowroot (imp.), aged, ,8.12 (Farlow) ? 'i KING RUA, -blk g, Ruenalf— .VcAsh k| aged, 8.7 (D...

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IMPERIAL CONFERENCE. COSTS AUSTRALIA £11,820. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921

IMPERIAL CONFERENCE. COSTS AUSTRALIA £11,820. SYiDNiKY, Sunday. The details or tlie expenses incurred by Ministers and officers in connection with the visit of Mr. Hughes and Sir Joseph Cook to the Imperial Conference show that each- spent £2750. Other expenses were: Sir Robert Gar ran £1151), Messrs. V. K..Uenn £1350, J. T. Latham £1150, R. Mimgovnii £1100, W. 15. Corrigan £1050. L. Dumas £520. Tho total wik £11.820.

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BRISBANE RACES. BRISBANE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921

BRISBANE RACES. BRISBANE, Sunday. Brisbane races resulted: Goodwood 'Handicap: Devona 1, ,Rap pell King 2, Eudorette .3.. Betting Evens Lord Syce, 2 ta 1 Eudorette, 5 to 1 Rappoll King, 6 to 1 Devona. Won by Iliree lengths. Time, 1.27. -: Trial Welter- Handicap: Sago Lily 1 Lady' Piper 2, Pickles 3. Betting: 7 to 2 Sago Lily, 6 to 'l Pickles and Lady Piper. Won, by two lengths. Time, 1j14J. ? ^ ' - ? ' '' 'HidHSuinmer/ llnndinn.n- 'Hnlni. 1 n,. clometer 2, Parmspec 3. Betting: *4 to 1 Galas, 5 to 1 Palmspec, 8 to 1 Cyclo meter. Won br a length. Time, 2.694. Heavyweight Handicap': Field Acre 1 Rava AvIs._2,_Cherry, Day ,3, .Betting- 2 to 1 Clferry^Day, 3 to 1 Field Acre, 4-to 1 ltara Avis. Won by, a. length and a quarter.' Time, 1.274.' Two-year-old Handicap: Owissa 1 Se razore 2,-Treig 3. Betting:' Evens Owissa, 4 to 1 Serazore, 10 to 1 Treig. Won by a length. Time 1.16%. Sera zore was first past the post, but a' pro- test by Owissa for interference was up held. 1 Second Novice Hand...

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INTERSTATE CRICKET. N.S.W. v. Queensland. Forsburg 143. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921

INTERSTATE CRICKET. ' N.S.W. v. Queensland. Forsburg 143. SYDNEY, Sunday. ?The cricket match, Queensland v. N.S.W.' was commenced at the Sydnej Cricket Ground yesterday in muggy wea ther. .The attendance was very sparse; but- increased to about 4000 during the afternoon. N.S.W. won the toss, and decided to bat. , . ' i Ratcliffo and Ashes opened the inis lugs. Tho batsmen played with confl uence, but with the 'score at 48 Rat cliffe hit one toxFenelly, who made no mistake. Punch followed, and survived nn appeal for.l.b.w. off Kay's , first ball. In life sixth over Kay bowled Asber and Prentice, having taken .three wickets for fifteen. Punch was next to Micounib, being stumped by Farqualuu off Rowe. Both O'Keefe and Trennery batted at trnctively after lunch. At S3, O'Keefe hit ono back to Kay, und was out. Wells did not last long, being clear, bowled by Kay when 4. Foissberg and Love, by forcing play, brought up 300 after three and a half hour's *play. N.S.W.— First Innings. Aslier. ...

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BOXING. Demsky Defeats Dupre. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921

BOXING. , D&tnsky Defeats Dupre. ? SYDNEY.' Sunday.. , Paul Duiusky, the Russian featlior uelsbt, defeated Andre Dupre, of France, on points at the Stadium labt night. The contest was keenly fouirlit, but Demsky was superior in impelling power.

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PERTH CUP. PERTH, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 3 January 1921

PERTH CUP. PERTH. Sunday. ' The Perth Cup was won by Seigneur, with I3.i rl Seafield second, and Jolly Cosy third. Winner's price, 14 to 1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

I CHILDREN'S COLORED READY-TO-WEAR DRESSES. || !i ? , .?.:':'?.??.. ' ! i Strong, Cool and Easy to Buy. You can always be certain of j li getting the fullest value for your money at Tile 'Palace of Trade. ; | ''Children's Navy Print Dresses.' Sizes 20in., 22in. 2/11. | ill Children's Dresses of Hoyle's Navy Cambric, Trimmed, Stripes or Ij II Spots, I8in., 6/6; 20in and 22in., 6/11. I l|i Children's Saxe or Brown Linen Dresses, Trimmed to Tone. Sizes ' ** | Ifiin., 20in., 22in. 6/(1. . ; ,,.',;, : ..,.. ,,.....,,. ? 1| children's Colored Crepe Dresses,. Embroidered -and Buttonholed ' jij Sizes I8in., 5/11; 20irt. arid 22in. 6/6. . ' ;. , Hi children's Colored Check Zephyr Dresses, Trimmed to Tone. Sizes ? | 30ih., 33in., 36in. 10/6. ' ' ?. ': j ill Girl's Colored Check Cambric Dresses, Trimmed to Tone. Sizes ', 1 36in., 39in. 9/11. ,.' . ..,-'. $ Children's Self Saxe or Brown Linine Dresses. Sizes 30in., 8/6; I 36in., 8/11. '?i| Girls' Two Tone. Self Cambric and Check Zephyr Dresses....

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ABANDONED INFANT. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

ABANDONED JNFANT. SYDNEY, -Moridav. rnii !''., !n^.nf-abpuf,flve- weeks, old. fully clothed,' was fount lying in1 nib ,.„,', ? ' '1C 'eu-er, n. mined- to the

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Poet's Last Manifesto. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

Poet's Last Manifesto. (Published in 'The Times.') LONDON, Monday. The' Times' Milan correspondent says, d'Annunzio has published his thousand th manifesto, which states that ho tt leaving in trust to Fiunie 'my dead, ray sorrow, my victory. The unknown be longs to me and my Arditi.'

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De Valera's Movements. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

De Valera's Movements.. (Published in 'The Times.') LONDON. Mondaj'. The 'Times' Dublin ' correspondent says tho latest theory is that De Vntora is .sheltering in Franco, awaiting develop ments to determine his further move ments.

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ROW IN A COOKSHOP. Woman Smashes Chinaman's Crockery. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

ROW IN A C00KSH0P. Woman Smashes Chfnaman's Crockery. ' -?- ' . — ? ' ' SYDNEY, Monday. At the Central Police Court May Rit chie appeared to answer several charges. Lussie Jan. a Chinese, said that Ritch ie visited his cook shop in Campbell Street on New Year's Day. While she was there she got. into an . argument, with a young man, and began to 'throw all the crockery in the shop at the young man's head. 'Within a 'few minu tes she had smashed all the Chinaman's crockery.' -iln' was finnfi1 in/, with 2S/ diiniagep', ancf for using bad language1 was fined ??C2.

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