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HOLIDAY TRAFFIC. Railway anil Tramway Figures. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
HOLIDAY TRAFFIC. Railway and Tramway Figures. SYDNEY, .Monday. ' The railway figures for . New;: Year's eye disclose a consider/able Increase both in passengers and revenue; The majority of the people travelled' to the country. The New Year's 'traffic' also ^showed an increase in receipts. ? On New Year's' live gvpi* a million passengers wave carried .on the tranis; the revenue being £10,600. On New Year's Day 840,000 passengers ? used .the trams, being a slight decrease compar ed with the previous Now .Year's Day.
NAVAL ARMAMENTS. Protest by Domain Meeting. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
NAVAL ARMAMENTS. Protest hy Dom.airi Meeting. ? SYDNEY; 'Monday. A meeting in the Domain under, the auspices of the United Laborers' So ciety and the Police Alliance Society carried the following resolution: — 'That- this meeting o! citizens of Syd ngy .favors the' limitation of armaments, and. strongly, condemns 'the jingo activi ties of interested , parties in creating na jVal rivalry 'between America, Japan, and Great. Britain; and Uwit it com missions- the. Premier, on* his visit to ,England, to Inform the K/ilish Govern ment that unwarranted war expenditure would be rit nuitual'udvantage if uite'd to subsidise' a selected number* or unem ployed 'to settle in Australia in commu nities en \ our ' hp.irsely populated rivers.'' ?' '
Bethmann-Hollweg. CRITICAL OBITUARY NOTICE. LONDON Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
, Bethmami-Hollweg. CRITICAL. OBITUARY NOTICE. (Published in 'The Times'.') LON-DON Jlonday. , ITerr Betbmann-IIollweg was seized witli Klness during the family Chiist mastido gathering at his estate near Bborwolde.,^Inflamnintion.of the IiinKS and lllglr fever followed. A' specialist vainly hurried from Berlin. The 'Times'.' obituary notico describ ed ?Bethmann-Hollweg as a weak and incapable man coping with tho greatest ^task. ever, laid on the shoulders of n leader' of .men. ?.'??'.He was whirled hope lessly around, the great cataract oC tlie war' for three yeaii? before ob/ivion overtook him. * lAlthough he meant well, It is doubt ful whether the verdict of posleilly «ill ?be more 'merciful than that of hid con temporaries.
GRANDSTAND ON FIRE. Crowd Unaware of Danger. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
GRANDSTAND ON FIRE. Crowd-Unaware of Danger. .? ??' S'Y'DNEY, Monday.* While the annual meeting of tho Bunnlngong'Turf Clul), Victoria, was in progress on Saturdaj; a tiro broke out in the southern end of .the grandstand, which was. packed with spectators. A strong southerly wind fanned the blazo, which was* gradually making its way up the wooden structure, when two men ob served the fire, which they cxtingmshr ed with buckets of. water. The occupants of the'' stand were not aware of. Iho outbreak. The prompti tude of the two men in question in ex tinguishing .the blaze ? averted what might have proved a catastrophe.
Bishops' Laments. DISMAL NEW YEAR MESSAGES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
Bishops' Laments. DISMAL NEW YEAR MESSAGES, (United Service.) LONDON, Jlonday. Tho bishops' Ne\v Year sermons and pastoral-- are not hopelul. Blsliop Wol doii says ' that only the. regenerating grace- of .Divine power can save tlio British .Empire from the fate of all othor empnes. Tifp Bishop o[ Durham considers Hint sinister symptoms of social disintegra tion are. apparent. The 'Bishop of Birmingham says Hie, social statp.' is disturbed, unemployment1 is rife,'. statesmen are puzzled, and i[w critics are noisy and unhelpful.
LATE TELEGRAMS. Strange Fatality. SUDDEN DEATH AT LISMORE SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
LATE TELEGRAMS. £-=- ? » ? -I ? r_ Strange Fatality. SUDDEN DEATH AT L1SM0RE SYDNEY. Monday. ' Frederick Alexander Curttn ? died in remarkable circumstances at Lismore ' on New Year's night; -A family' argil,-' ment is' alleged to 'have arisen; arid it' is : stated that Francis Cm-tin. Fred erick's brother, fired it; number of re volver allots. Fiedgi-icl^'/Cur'tin vms ?then round.lying dead: '-.',' VV'- ?' ,V A post mortem' examination, however, showed that he met his death through natural circumstances, owing lo tho Bursting of a blood vessel.' The po'.ice detained Francis Curlin in connection with the affair. Deceased was a. .married man, who loaves . a widow and two children. Francis .Curt in lived in the same- houso.
Are they Overrated Prospects? [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
Are They Overrated Prospects? The published opinions of various financial, business and industrial leiul cis in Sydney as to the prospects for 1021 might just as well' have boon printed at the beginning' of every year since 1900. It is the same story of tho iailuro ot the so-called 'big men' to * thiow their minds outside their own city environment and strike a note or hopefulness tor the whole State. 'The prospects weie never brighter,' 'the prospects aie,% in view of the world situation, very encouraging, ' 'the prospects in view of the good wool clip and tiio bumper harvest are most satisfactory,' are .typical samples of * Iho professional optimism with which city commercial and industrial mag nates begin the year. Even Mr. John Storey,' the Premier, who is going to London to see if he can 'boost' the State with a view to wheedling more ? Joans out. of the shy British, investor 'deems it his parting duty to assure ~ tne people that the' State is in a thor — oughly sound financial...
MENTONE RACES. MELBOURNE Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
MENTONE RACES. MnDBQURNC. Monday Montonoj l aces woio held tod.ij Re sults — Tila'i Handicap Tiaal Weedah 1, Baijlsoie'2, Vapoi S Winner, 2 to. 1 Won bj half a length Time, 1 15 Two yoai -old Handicap Nonosan l- Too^oofa Sunburst i Winnei, 7 lo 4 Won bv two lengths -Time 1 I Ms Mentone PI ite Giisette 1, Gpitex 2, Mollie Malt 3 Winnei, 5 to 2 Won by a head Time, 12 V. ' Rlentone Handicap Duntulm 1, Pon duio 2, Plelons 3 Winnoi, 5 to 2 Won bv halt 'a length Time, 2 8% i Pmse Robad 1 Mn/ux 2, Dinmflie 4 Winnei , 2 to I Won by a head Time, 1 28
SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
? — ? — — *? ~*******«**CT**1— I— SPECIAL .F9RECASL ' xt the N°ilhern Tablelands and I „,? i *and, North-W.estem Slopes, sup r £llef, to ' Tho Northern Daily Leader'.' 1 by the Otate Meteorologist, from the ' Jatesf flumes available each afternoon. J ?..?? 1 Hne and cool with southerly i ' winds. ; THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. I. «^ _____ M ___M_____n_ I ' TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1921.
LATEST SPORTING NEWS Maitland Races. ALFORT WINS FLYING. pillway New Year Handicap. MAITLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
LATEST SPORTING NEWS laitiand Races. ? ALFORT/WINS FLYING, pillway New Year Handicap. MAITLAN-D, Monday The Maitland JocKej Club held its meeting at Ituthoifoid this afteinoon The weathor.wns fine and cool, and there was i laige attendance Re&ults — NOVICE HANDICAP , Six furlongs MIMOUS,, 7 0 (Quigley) 1 HOCK RINO, 8.8 (James) ....... 2 RHAPSODY, 7.0 (J. Clarice) ...... 3 Other starters: King. Oweida: 0.0, 'Lady Taiee 8 3, Hollicie 8 3, Red Ruin 7 / The Sepiech.iun 7 4 (mc41bs ovei), T it vnde 7.0 (all 51bs), Eildon 7.0, Jhul Lada 7 0 (ill 71bs) Iuingon 7 0 (.ill -ib), Win mo \vlntton 7 0 (all 71b), Oveiurnrt 7 8 Cine 8 lb o\ei) Betting J -to 1 AinTOUS, 6 to 1 Ell don oi Kinj Oweida, 7 to 1 Red Ruin, Hock. Rino, oi llollacie, 10 to 20 to 1 ot'ieis Won by foui lengths, half a- length be tween second and thud Time, 1 18 * Tote dividends (for 5/) 15/, b/6. i FLYING HANDICAP Six furlongs uFORT, 7 10 inc 71b pen (C Mayo) 1 PTEROMYS, 7 0 (Shanalinn) ^ MAC JACK, 7 131 me 321b ovei ...
Tingha Hibernian Races SECOND DAY. Posady Wins New Year Bracelet. TINGHA, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
Tingha Hibernian Races SECOND DAY. Posaiiy Wins New Year Bracelet. TINGHA, Monday. Tot the second day of the Tingha ui befman race, the.o ws an wM*g attendance and Uio idoinn ^s ' st class The club expects to c|eai £/0 fiom tne meeting. ' ReSUUSF:Y.NG HAND.CAP, ? Six furlongs YETRIX, 9 7 (Kenn-) ? J BORABILL, 9 0 (Cunningham) ^ SOVERETTE, 10 0 (Millei) 6 Othea' staiters Phil Rice 12 0. Miss Hym«inlll2 Or mdumbie.9 7 Bolting Evens Oiandumbie Z to a. YLTRIX, 'i to 1 Soveiette, 4 to 1 others Won by a length. Time, 1 191 SECOND MAIDEN. Five furlongs. ' GRANITE ROCK 10 0 (Lawrence) 1 UBALITE, 9 0 (Millei) ' 3 N ANGARA, (Benyman) ^ -2 Only three s-taited Betting 2 to 1 on GRANITE ROCK. 2 (o 1 otheis Won by a head Time, 16 1-5 NEW YEAR BRACELET; ' Six furlongs POSADY, 10 2 (Cunningiiam/ 1 POSMOIL, 119 (Kenny) 2 KING RICE, 1010 (Millei) 3 Othei staiteis Misty Hue 1010, Cul walla 9.7, Betting 2 to 1 on POSADY 2 to 1 Posmoil, 4 to 1 King'Rice and Misty Hue, 5 to 1 Culwalla. Won by ,i length ....
WHAT WOOLBROOK WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
WHAT WOOLBROOK |MANT)S0 (Mr.. Jame-s Berriian, Woblbrbbk, wants to improve Woolbrook.aa a - holiday. 're- sort:— .'i'' .-.?.?. .': (?'??. ? '? -' We like to see crowds- of viBitbrs liere, but there is a class of visitor occasion ally arrives with pea rifle or giin '.: wi'lb appear to think it sport to sdioot every thing bearing, wings. A group pf; local residents will in future watch out. tor these, and report every instance ?to' the police. Another pest is the sp!brt wlio uses glass bottles for target shooting in ' the river. No less than five petfpie have received severe gashes ? in ?' feet from broken bottles while swimming of ' late. We want to make a safe* 'pleas- ant place of our river. We went also sanitary conveniences, both from' Rail way Commissioners ? and Shir;ei Cbuh'o'ils, and want thejn quickly. Their absence is a scandal. We want a weather- shod for the accommodation of the visitors foi' shelter from storms. This 'should be built by the Government. If wb 'can- not ge...
ASCOT RACES. Jane Grey Wins Ascot Cup. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
ASCOT RACES. Jane Grey Wins Ascot Cup. SYDNEY, Monday ?Ascot races resulted: i Maiden Handicap, flist division Ef ' foi oo 1 Mazoppo 2 Elbex 3 Winner, nve to one Won by foui lengths Time 49 sees. I Second Division Bona\ J., Even 2 ? Ballanform 3 Winnei 12 To 1 Won by a length and a half Time 50 se^s I Thud Division Queen Collar 1, Malt-i gum 2, Molly Dojle 3 Winfler 9 to 1 Won by a length and a half Time 4934 sees , rouith Division Countess Iiene 1,1 \femory 2, Bionucfto. S Winno 2 to 1 Won by a.lengjh Time, 19 sees ' 14 0 Handicap Lad} Bruce 1 Queen Ilmst 2, Loid Mac 3 Winner 9 to 2 I Won by tluee lengths Time 50 sees Loid Mac paid £12/2/6 on the tote Encourage Stakes Houn 1, Volpi'que 2, Prince Maivelock 3 li'inner 10 to 1 Won by a head Tune, 1 47 I Ascot Cup,''~fl st division Jane Gieyl 1, Lcrd Billantiae I Prince Liddell 3 Winnei 8 to'l Won by two and a haU lengths Time, 130i Second Division Locksley 1, Lord Dennian 2 B u engany 3 Winner 5 to 2 Won bv torn lengths Time, 130 Thud...
IS EUROPE DYING? The Sickness of the Nations. AND THE WAY BACK TO HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
IS EUROPE DYING? The Sickness of the Nations. AND THE WAY BACK TO HEALTH. (By Sir Philip Gibb's, the famous British -.-? . ,- . war. co-respondent.) = I have put the heading of this article in. the form of - a question— and it is.a shocking iiuestion— but an- old- man of, 2(-nliis. cvnical in Uis search of truth. and now despairing (Anatole France), has said lately as a simple statement: | 'Europe is dying.' j Np man unless he is blind or. drunk j with optimism can deny that Europe at the present time is very sick. , During the past year I have visited many countries of Europe, and in most of them, under the surface of a social gaiety an appearance of normal life, an apparent recovery from the wounds of war, I have i found a sense of impending ruin and dreadful anxiety of_ the future. , In some countries, of course, the ruin is not impending, but' present and en- I gulfing. Austria is one of them, so stric ken, so starving, so hopeless and hopeless, that she exists on charity alone ...
ALBION PARK RACES BRISBANE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
ALBION PARK RACES BRISBANE, Monday. 1 Albion Park races resulted: — Fouith Divison Hindicip Ajipoit 1 Bnluatine 2, Onward Way 3 Winnei , ri lo°l' 'Won by two lengths Timo 112'A ' Fiist division Handicap Daiginmo 1, Rappel' King 2, Joculator 3. Winner, 5 to 4 Won by tw o lengths 1 line, 1 24} .Second. Division Handicap: Losominni l,':Baby Humphroy 2, Holva 3. Winner, 3ito'l.' Won by a length. Time, 1.211. ? Third Division Handicap: Sandora 1, Perversity 2, Don Scorn 3. Winner, 9 to 2 Won bj thiee lengths Time 1 111 Pluto Tarante 1 Toculatoi 2 Devona -S Winnei 7 (o 4 Won b- hair a length Time, 1 48Vi
SHIPPING FREIGHTS SLUMP. Drop of 50 Per Cent. Since January, 1920. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
SHIPPING FREIGHTS SLUMP. Drop of 50 Per Cent. Since Januaiy, 1920. There has been a big diop m.fteiguev during the past few months A ship j ping authority in London lecently gavr a 'Dailv Chronicle' representative': tiii following comparative figmes — -. Pei Ton . Maich August Australia to U.K.. ...206 0 125 0 j ?Riyef; Plate 'to U.K. .. 200 0 &r- 0 .Cardiff to Port Said .,.: ,77 0 2S 0 ; 'On time charters ? there has been^n) drop, in thfe same period from 30/ lo 13/, a./ month,' said this . informant. 'Taking the' market all lound, fi eights thave fallen by about- 50 pei cent since .the beginning of the yeai j ''This situation is diieto the mcieise Vin the world's shipping tonnage, and the! : general, scarcity of gooils foi e\pou ' UVte just another aspect of low produc-( ilbn. 'Ships are leaving London ami other U.K. ports with pint caigoes I ? 'Before the war the United Kingdom was. the carrier for half the 'goods of the world.* Oiir share new is about one ' third. Our sh...