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FIRE ENGINE CAPSISES. Two Firemen Killed, Four Injured. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
FIRE ENGINE CAPSISES. Two Firemen Killed, Four Injured. SYDNEY. Thursday. While dasiiirig to a fire at a speed of 40 miles ari hour -at Hamilton-, -New Zealand, a fire 'engine capsized. Two firemen, Herbert Ciraham arid: Geo. Price, were killed, and ifour others injured.' The remaiiider were severely shaken. The Brigade Superintendent was among tet the -in-jured;5 .;'? '. - '?; ?? : a ?_? ??? . ,\ , . ^ff * ? . It 'appears that vi'the. engine was '^en deavoring to avoid \ii col iikion with a vehicle. at:'ithoj timp of '-the, mishap. 1 1.; : , . . .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
STARTS 9 O'CLOCK THIS MORNING, ?:.! HERE ARE A FEW OF THE 'FAIRINGS' TO BE OFFERED BUT THERE ARE HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS MORE. Women's WHitc Cotton Under Vests. ' ;;1 Usual Price,1 'i/ii. ' ' . 1 ;Fah; . Fy U*, ?1/gl* -.; :,.-.r.vv Men' Cotton Tweed Trousers. Usual Price, 13/6. ' Fair Price, 11/6. 29Jn. Prints,' Butcher1' '? ? or Btack Spots* ' ? ;- and Florals. ? ' Usual Price, 1/6/ Fair Price,,, 1.1 id.C... . , Men's Straw v'-CV-Y f. / Boater Hats. '\ '-?'-!'? Usual Price, 6/11. . '.. ? Fair Price, 1/11. : 36lri.' White ?'?Calico: '?.???'- ' Usual Price, 16/6. Fair Price, 14/^ ; ' ?? ? . dozen.'1.; ''' '??; ?'? ' Men's Plain White ?: ?' Crepe Golf Shirts. Collar to; Match'; ''??? Usual Price, 13/6. Fair Price; 9/11.;; ': ' 36in. White '? ' ?'???'?? ' Madapolam. Usual Price. ?.16/6.'. .' Fair Price, ! 11/9. :. ? 36in. Cream Window Holland, Red and Green Floral Patterns. Usual Price, '2/, .' 1 ; Fair Price, 10|d. Sheets of Pins.' ' Usual Price, 1^d. . Fair Price, 10£d' ' dozen. ? 26in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
N.S.W. Protestant federation, MONSTER MEETING. Chief President, Aid. J. T. Ness, of Marrickville, and Serjjejant Clutton, will speak straight from the shoulder, in the Theatre Royal, on MONDAY, 24th JANUARY. Keep this date free, and get there somehow. Everybody come. . GEORGE HARGRAVE, President. ? J. H. FORD, Hon. Sec. MUNICIPALITY OF TAMWORTH. Fencing Posts. .Tenders are invited up to 12 o'clock noon of Tuesday 25th: January for 'the supply of 150 fencing posts. . Specification- at Council;. Chambers. .. Tile lowest or any tender notneces sarily nccepted.'-*L-.. s . ? . Council Chambers, .Tnniiary 10, 15)21 Y. CM/y. ivUlLli, Town Clork' ' Where business is. brisk and bargains plentiful, heavy reductions stilly ruling in all departments. 10 PEgSt DISCOUNT, 2/ IN THE £ OFF DRAPERY, BOOTS, MILLINERY, & FANCY GOODS. 100 Pairs Special Purchase Men's Trousers, 20 per cent, reduction, less, bonus. 12/11,16/6,16/11,17/11,19/6,25/6. Suecial Line Navy Serge Boys' Costwolri Suits, su...
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Reparations. HUNS' LAST OPPORTUNITY. Cuxhaven Incident. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Reparations. HUNS'. LAST OPPORTUNITY. Cuxiiaven Incident, (Router's Telegram). LONDON, /Wednesday, Reulou's Berlin correspondent wfres: N'nvnl Commander Heincks, 'Who com liiancled the fortress of Cuxhavea when the ? Allied1 olticers were recently insult-* ed there, and whoso rtismiF1'' wns^de manded by 'the inter- Allied Mav.U ^Com mission has been- p.-omoled to''captnin: It is semi-offjcially stated tlfnt the ia vostlgalion pi;oved Ileincks^ was in no way blameworthy. In connection with the ^arrival in Paris of .Herrcn Bergman .'and,. Herman! delegates -to ? Ihe Reparations — Commis sion, who are negotiating wilh the al lied representatives, 'and apparently endeavoring- lo- create n difference of opinion beLween tho ..Allies.,, it is au thorititively pointed out .that' this will be tho Gorman's last, opportunity .of submititing' their -jwn j-oparatlon [pro posals to. lhe Allies. , . t;. - ^ Tho Allies' demalds are In 'no 'way UTireaaonable. Already great conces...
BRITISH WOOL SALES. Resumption of Free Selling. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
' BRITISH WOOL SALES. Resumption of Free Selling. (United -Service;)' LONDON. Wednesday. The' 'Yorkslnie Observer' states that in response to piessure from the' Colo- nial Woolbuyers Association- the pre senl sales ot Government' wool areter niinating on Friday instead ol the fol lowing Thursday. Free wool will be substituted. The Association cairied a resolution that it..was- undesirable to continue -buy- ing unless prices diopppd - to world's parity/and criticised the Government's ,aclipn in withdrawing wool whon th'e reserve was not. reached.
FRENCH CABINET. NATION BACKS PREMIER. Huns Must Pay. Interesting Figure in Ministry. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
FRFNff-I f ARINFT 1 iVLiill'ii L/flDll\Ll, NATION BACKSi PREMIER, x Huns Must Pay. Interesting Figure in Ministry. (United Service.) L'ON'DON, Wednesday. A vigorous eliort io make Germany pay .is the,, keynote ,of M. Rriand's pol icy.'. The whole of Franco backs him, confident- now that il will not be*lliroum, lack of cleverness with him at the ho.ul ol French alfinre ;i bis policy is not en forced. A strango figure is that ,of M. Loii: chcur, who a low years a»o was pover ty-stricken, but who is now one of the, wealthiest men in France. He has al_- | tained to- great .'political power, and' is now regarded as a mystery millionaire whose hand is in everything. M. Lou chpur thinks Cormany has undertaken' lo avoid payment by asserting bunk; ruptcy.,. , , . \- , - 'I His policy ia'ihat the Allies 'should accept her word and assume control ol.' lier laxins and, spending depavtments. He proposes: (I) To take steps to give, Iho mark a^poiiitlvc value; (2) .increase' railway, .postal, tele...
IRISH REPUBLIC. U.S.A. War Veterans' Peittion. Request for Recognition. VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
IRISH REPUBLIC. U.S.A. War Veterans' Peittion, Request for Recognition. (Reutpr'H TMcgram.) VANCOUVER, Tlmrsilnc ,jy wasningion message says: A com mittee of Ihu Amoricnn Veterans1 Asso ciation, who soived in tho Civil, Spanish and World wars, havo sent ,a petition' 10 President Wilson, asking hini to rtcot nise the Irish Republic, 'DITicially anJ formally, in tlie name of the 'unite) States people, and to dissociate youwet and the people of our country from 'ite i'-ntlish iieo.oli.- who were our assorlatts in tlio recent war.'
German Machine Tools. ESSENTIAL TO BRITAIN. Traders Against Exclusion. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
Germasi Manchine Tools. ESSENTIAL TO BRITAIN. Traders Against Exclusion. (Renter's Telegram.) LONDON. Thursday. tiio annual -meeting ot tlio Machine Tool Traders' Association rejected tya largo majority a motion prohibiting members 'of-- 'the- Association from deaV ing in German machine tools. The proposal declared that the stats r. of exchange made it impossible for Bri- p lish nmmifiielurorn 10 pomppte with GerK man machine ? tools. E;: ',- Opponent's nrgtiPd that as they had M made peace wilh tho Germans they tSj should be prepared to trade wilh than, p One speaker said tho Germans vrauM Ei put the'-fear of God into the trade union m I leaders; and working men, wlio gavoonlt M j two-thirds of their legitimate output. ' §§ |^. Others argued that tho pxcluslon'-ol fe [ German machine .tools would increase thi M |..cost of -'production and the cost or living K and makp it more diflicult to comjieie K with tho Germans' nbi-on'd'in' articles for B the production of which machine tools...
PROTESTANT FEDERATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
PROTESTANT FEDERATION OF = NbW SOUTH WALES \Idc-raa-i J T ^oss, of Mirncic \''!« chlei picident ot Hip JTew Soi Ui \\ lies P j cst nt Federation s at pie sent tout r-g the liibmoie distuct in company with the Re\ I)1 Mono ilotn no uldip 'ins a, hcaVj list ot meet nib anc1 ic bilied to sptak at a bij, i ublic ,;ithpiing in Aimidalo to pioi ov, nicht Aftoiwauls iMi Nc&s ind Soim nt C'utton will comp on to Tarn \ oi tli \/hcie thej will ^conduct a meet n=; in tin rheatro'llo\al on Alondu n ght 2lti mst undei thp impicos of the local Li inch of the Tcdeiation The liblic ir1* n-\ tod to be pic ont
D. B. O'CONNOR COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
D B O'CONNOR COMPANY 1 hp D B O Connoi Comic OpeiaCom pany concluded its succp-.sful IliiPoniRlil ?season m the Theatic Kojal ramwoith list nifclit \^ith the comic open Oips\ Lo\p Ciowded lioiisc-^ Kippltd each nights peifoinmnce Miss Ida LPag-u j as the bpiutiful high hoi n Iinuin mi in I maiden Horn w as Uip m imst iv of the production and Mi D B O Connoi i To7si tho Gipsy lovei shaied the lionoi with hei The music oi the Gipst Lo\p has an opeiatic flavoi -and the duels sung b- Miss Leogitt nnd Mi I 0 Connoi were the featu^s vi thp pn duction Miss Leggatt w is at hpi best I in those duets and liei most appi eci iteel solo was the mnioi sonj, on hoi wed ding dv Miss Leslie \di mine and Mi 7 Haicouit in Hie ioIps of Lndj Babb\ an Lnghbh Kulj and Dntotin a Kou lninian nobleman pio\ided tile amut,inT situations Mi Joseph Scalrts ?, Shv Kitejan also helped m the Iiumoi of the dialogue.