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DISARMAMENT PROPOSALS. Senator Harding's Position. VANCOUVER, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
DISARMAMENT, PROPOSALS. Senator Harding's Position. (Router's; Telegram), VANCOUVER. Satuiday The reports/that Senator Harding is planning a disaiiuament conference eaily in his atlmmistiation havn been gi\en additional credence to-aay. when Senatoi Elihu Root, who may be ap pointed secretaiy of State, wiotc a let ter strongly 11 'ging that the whole mat tei of disarmament be left to Senator i [aiding and his administianon Mi Uoot declined to e\piess an opinion ab to how other nations .would iGceivca disannament pioposal, uut he stated (I1.1t tho distributed conditions of 'Eastern Emope might make an agieement a difficult task lodav ? Mi. Root had been asked bv the Uni ted States naval authontles w'hethoi he had agiood to the piopcsal to ^jiend 100,000,000 dollai's'on additional wa,1 SlliDH. - . 1
PARK TRAGEDY. MURDERER STILL AT LARGE. Crooks Etiquette Broken. Help for Police from Unusual Quarter. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
PARK TRAGEDY. MURDERER STILL AT LARGE. ' Crooks Etiquette Broken. Kelp for Police from Unusual Quarter. - SYDNEY, Sun'day' ' ine Riayer 01 consiauie Wolgast'-has so lai not been located, noi jet has one. 01 the big mimbei of suspects gatheied in tinned out to he of any use to the de tectives. Thcu is an lnteiestmg fact in connec tion with the affair A number of mem beis of the undei world of Sydney ha%e called upon the detectives, and ghen then absuiance- that they will help in . nj wav thoj cm to bung (he murderer to eaith They hold Hint ihn pnmn iv. ie not 'Jan- ami snuaie,' and that the de I'bcinto and eowaidly shooting excludes the shooter from the piivilego of then association ? ? , ^' AccoHlin^ to sfoiies told to the police, I'io Wednesday night affair ^vas not the fitst in which aimed prowleis have been opqialmg 111 Cente11nu.1l Pail: A man called 'at Police 'Iloadquai lei % -esleidav, and saul llialrrnlj ji.'«onple of weeks aw ' In1 was sittirg in tjie paik with a ladj j fnc...
PROTESTANT RALLY TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
PROTESTANT RALLY TO-NIGHT. 1 Aid J T ' Ness, of Mai 1 lckvi'ile Chief ?Piesidenl -if-ilie New South Wales Pro testaut Pedcialion, and the llev David Moiso, of Duh.lcli Hill, aid at piesenl in Tnmwo.th and' will addiess a big public meetiiiB in the Theatie Ho-nl to night on '])l«]oj«ilty' Both aiQ Jlno platfoim 'peikeib. and will havo some Ihing most intoiebting and instmctive lo sa- Thoii meetiiiiSS in the Noitn have been veiy successful. Tiie pu'ojlc aio liearlilv invited to be present at & iini tonight Theie i\ill. be no chaige for admission, but a. collection will be U'ken u 'loli i- i.^peiii i's
STOCK AND CROPS. In North and North-West. PRIMARY PRODUCERS' UNION. Wheat Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
STOCK AND CROPS. § ? I In North and North-West. if 1 PRIMARY PRODUCERS' UNION. fflF*®^'- wheat Hatters. '? MjTho following- ..important, decisions of Rffie State Wheat .Board; are, of_: interest; Wo wlioat' growqra-, ' aridVuire Officially, Bgpplicd by tlie;PiU)Iicity:;;(3ffiJ^r;nC:vtno': Bhmary Produceri1 Union,v'foV vtlio.'in-, ?grmntion of growers :r-r-:V^ \^-,:^:-: ;--«-; j H wheat' cBR*mMcXTfes ''?':'' ?'?.?: ;: HtIic Slate Wheat ? Board at „ lla. 'siu.iig, il&t week considered the: matter oU.inei Blmsrers- of l.he'wheat certificates'- for, He 1020-21 season. They decided,; .that. Iffley will not consider: any. application Bgim brokers for a general commission H» effect a transfer of cerUflcate«.;;:I3ut ? jHev will consider applications .Jrom. amy prow ei- whore the rqfusai: to trans- 1 ij|- would involve him iii' financial hard: RHip. The transferee will, not',. be, allow- Kg] tn ti insfei his lights nndei thp'cei raggriio Wheat Mailating Act e\piessly Bffi)\jilps lot ...
ITALIAN SOCIALISTS. Moscow International Rejected. Revolt at Flume. LONDON, Saturday LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
ITALIAN SOCIALISTS. Moscow Internationale Rejected. Revolt at Fiume. _ v ', 1 (United Seiwce). ' 1 ^ LONDON, 'siturdav 1 The Italian Socialist 'Congiebs at Leghoin voted by ,1 largo 'mdjoifty in fnoi of the acceptance with leserva tions-( ol Moscow's 21 jcondllions, foi joining the Thi'd Internationale' jen 111, liowe\ei, ( insisLed ^on uncondiHonal acceptances.^ (Published 'in 'jThe ' Times'.') ** LONDON. S.ltuiday. 'The Times' Milan coiiespondent wiics M Lenin's ambitious dicam of captunng the Euiopean ^pioletanat 10 coned a setback 111 Italy, ivheio the Socialists' confeiencc liy a laige m.i joiily, turned down the Third Interna tionale, and lepudialcd Lenin. ,In ef fect they pledged themselves lo mode ration. , , l_J[, . *.-.!* The 'StnvV - 'Milan rorresuomlent wnes- Giavo anti-Bolbhevlk liots have b'olcen oiit at Castell unare and Dist asia, neai Naples Ten weie killed and 50 injmed Tl.o populace, -* o.iefl against the Bolshevik inunicipalitvv tl,o members ot which flsvd on the...
CONDITIONS AT WOOLOMIN. Dairy Herds Gone Back. Rabbit Pest Rapidly Increasing. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
Si CONDITIONS AT W00L0MIN. h| Dairy Herds Gone Back. . ra| Rabbit Pest Rapidly Increasing. ' |^pur Woolomin correspondent writes:: iSliTlift year just passed may be termed jfj|ie of records. In the month of Janu K«7 we had 317 point?, o[ rain, and i.on gaJBbruary G, 271 points, and then-- a re B$9rd dry spell as far as is remembered, mm further rain falling, until ,;;April:,2. HST&m then until the end'-OC IVIay-bnl^ |p|i points fell. The monthly falls have in «n:— January 347, February 271, Marcli p I! Appril 190, May 31. June .811,:; July, H i, August 423, Septeniber;4:l|i; 'October;; P 5, November .154/ December i342.'iSTo- Stfl| '3548 for the year. '^::^-:-%F*:M:St OT^he rainfall for the ?month': af-Jami-: 'afc has been:— 1916, 312 points :;:;i917, S.4IS; 191S, 604; 1919, 281; 1920, 347;. 19'2lV ,ft 38th, 37. ' ?:-':Mv.%::\-r-Wmi » The wheat crops reminded one of ^wha't Jatjiey wore in this district 50 .years ago, 'hayiiiR: a very dark and vigorous grow 7tu: and only for ...
NEWS OF THE NORTH. SINGLETON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
NEWS OF THE NORTH. QiMfiT.'RTfTO'. Rnntlav. Superintendent Whitneia, who Is in charge of the Tamworth Police Biatridt, has been in Singleton, during the\week visiting relatives and old acquaintances lie being ,on holiday leave. ' Mr. A. h. Fell, teller of the local branch of- the Commercial Bunking Conipariy of Sydney, Ltd., has, been- ap pointed manager of the now branch of the', bank- at Gosford. During his six and a half years .here Mr. Fell has tak en :a keen interest in snort, and-.he.was hon. treasurer of the Singleton ? Cricket iTenois, and ?. Croquet Clubs. We . Ayas al so Jin enthusiastic worker for the Dan gar.'Cp't.tage Hospital, and ..foiv. some y'me vPast '?? has been hon.. (.rpa'surer to the, Hospital committee. '? ', , -...-? - ?: , :, .'.','..... /.MANIIjbX'.Sunttay..;. i4 The; Municipal Oounici^atitsl nieeting last week; struck^ a': rate*o'f . Gjd in /the . £ ? on t.he unim-proveil .capital -.value. This is an;: increase ;ol! a.' penny/ The special' rate for lightin...
EXPLORING WITH A BICYCLE. AFRICAN CANNIBALS' FRIEND. Gift of Untold Worth. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
EXPLORING WITH A BICYCLE. AFRICAN CANNIBALS' FRIEND. Gift of Untold Worth. ',:The Rev. John' Roscoe's personal tri' umph in. East Africa,, .to. which country hie went on '''behalf of. the Jtbyal $bcie.ty and.the -Government with an expedition i financed -by Sir Peter MoKie, and spent 'fl. year among native ?' tribes, [ learning niueh ; of the... tribal. ,, customs '-. and super stitionsi i'has been r'atiief, lost in the i'n :tense''.intei'est in ;the. scientific resu'its. With \eliarming modesty 'he .§aj.d., ..in, an swer' to a- question' on the .'personal dan gersQpf, .the; journey;: :? ,.'.'Oh, ;: yes.i .'tliey; killed several before I' arrived and se'v-' efali rafter, I;.left;t but- they were WncK ,hcss itself to me.' His chief danger, he; ;:says;'-;-,c'ame - from the' -'wild excitement; jint'6, which the-. people worked ,-themsell-' j yes 'at ?'? certain .'.; ceremonies, marchiris. ?and.iSiriging in gangs, and knocking peo ',p'le'.,d'qwn promiscuously \ with clubs. I-te-v would ...
KILLED BY LIGHTNING. Stripper-Driver's Fatal Last Round. BATHURST, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
KILLED BY LIGHTNING. Stiipper-Driver's FalaJ Last Round. | BA.T1IURST, Sunday. I At an inquest jesteiday into the i'e..th of John Locke, aged 20, evidence was gi\en by dei.easeu~s fathei, and a iellow liiir\cstei to the effect -that locUe was engaged on a sliipper at a laiia at Biewongle When a thumlei aoim came up his father advised Iliat all the teams should be taken in, butj deceased lemaiked, 'I will -. do anotliei \ loiind' Almost immediately aflei-j wa-ds a blinding flash 'of lightning f truck tie stnnpei, and joung Locke was hulled fiom the seat , When picked ups he was dead There weio no bums about the body 01 1 clothes r u'1''' - I The medical opinion given was that, death was due to shock, caused-'by the' lightning flash, and that tho cuirent Iiassed through the machine to eaitli without touchinc; deceased A veidict was cnteiod accoidingly.
(United Service.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
(United SeiMee ) T.ic ncnding mooting of tho Supreme Council is ol the siavest nnpoitanco \ owinj pilnc.ii.illy to the cliff eience bo t\-ccn the Fiench and Gonnan. es-t.- malt, of the amount of the mdeuinitj j Tin 'Times' Pans coiiespondent states ih.at the Repniations Coinimlteo hab fi\ed five successne annuities 01 CtdO,000,000 as the host chance or get j Him 'omot'imsr out 01 Geiinnn^ Uut | Kiennh hones aie lunnmg extiavagantlv )ii%n, as is indicated, h. 'M BiwnJ'a c lblod speech, and the fact tint tho last Tiuuget was laigely based on tho expec- ' lalion oi compelinis; Gcunanv lo dib joi -o vast '?urns The- ' Daily Xews' Pans couespond- 1 ent fens th'u Fiench pubiic opinion is likoh to demand a total sum v Inch ths ( Gci''an Government will not dare lo | ! 1 e-M so 'iVr Gennan p'ess at'itudc is alioad\ iL'ontfJl, declaims lli.it lie French dc 1.1 mi1 aie in'iiossinle I
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Hot and Sultry, with Thunder. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Hot and Sultry, with Thunder. .SYDNEY, Sunday. I'liometiic values o\er Austialia sinca 1 a 111 on Pndav has somewhat lebsencd Ihe lelatlvo inten«itj of the vailous piissmo s-stoms; consefiuently the iiadionts and dibtances between the re . poctive isobais h.-ive lelaxed, so that, or the piebent at least theie ib not such I pionouncod susgestion of wind} con iitions With the centio of the 'high' till ol the eitiumo bouth-east coast of Histjalia, ,'iid tiop'cal dips, ovoi tho in land pailb of the eastern Slates again II evidence, but possessing llltlo chai irfrii. ho.if (,nl1i inn^c KhntiLl ho ihp out st Hiding leituies of tho weathei to-day, b'oken by Homo fuithei scattoied lam and thumlei The lattei condition is I l'koly to become moie pionouncud eaily in tho week, toi an extenshe tiopical depression, at piesent ovoi West Aus tialia, should lengthen, and come into 1 cooi elation with the 'high' on eithoi side of tho alight Antarctic activity lin guung 111 t...
AMBUSHERS AMBUSHED. Seven Prisoners Taken. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
AMBUSHERS AMBUSHED. Seven Prisoners Taken. (Published in 'The Times ' ) ' LONDON. Satuulav ' At Dnimcondia there was- a sensational affray A strong force of ambushors- dai1 jingly loopjioled the falls ot the busyA'ol I ka Bncjge within the ctj boundaiy, 111 I hope of ainbu&lung a laige ]).uty of .tioops The tiap was betiay,etl anil Ltlie I Black,-and Tans toolc'-i£' by surpiise in the reai Theie was somo lively^ shoot iing, which scatleiecrtlfe pe(lesij,iani', and ! exploding bombs Sent thu holies bolting in all diioclions Si\ Sum Feineib weis uujn.uieu „ .. ., ^ I , Pi\o alleged Smnsreineis,waio,captui ed and biought up at the South Western j police com t, London in connection ,with Ine Wandswoitli sensntlon One( was I bound o\ei and the lOthqis lemandecl for a ?week— .,? .N (Unitcd'Senice) Cadcl.s suipiised the paitv pf ambush eis at Volkabndro which is a tiaining eenlie foi the RIC After an ex change or. shots , the ambushei'rf bolte'd leaving seven pnsoneis, one of whom ...
WELCOME HOME TO BISHOP O'CONNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
t WjELCOMEVHOME TO BJSHOP ' ' ' ! O'CONNOR. . A large 'and enthusiastic meeting of parishioners was held in St. Nicholas' School Hall on Sunday morning last; to make arrangements for a fitting welcome nome to his Lordship Dr. O'Connor, Bis hop of the Diocese, who has been on an official visit to Rome, and Ireland. Fath er. Mullins presided. The meeting was unanimous in co-operating with- other centres of the Diocese to make a mone tary gift and illuminated address- to hla Lordship oh his return. Over one hun dred guineas' .were, subscribed in tlie hall. Mr. C. H. Mooney and Mr. A. Butler were appointed secretary and treasurer respectively for the men, and Mrs. T. Pullman arid Mrs. W. Fulljames, secre tary aiid .treasurer respectively for ?'. the ladies, and to these all donations 'inav he.'sent. Meetings have also been.-held in all the country centres and strong committees selected. The ?'?Taimvorl.li de legates for. Mio Arinidale reoootion will fie appointed at the nnxt meetim:.