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BRITISH COAL STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
BRITISH COAL STRIKE. ; Thc British coal miners are still I obdurate. A few hundred in various I districts signed on but the mineown : crs Association issued instructions j to keep the mines closed until a .vages understanding was reached. The miners leaders are urging the nen to stand firm pending the result , ol the appeal to other unions for support ^ X. ..i^^iim^.
CRICKET. AUSTRALIA DEFEATS SURREY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
CRICKET. AUSTRALIA DEFEATS SURREY Jeacocke c McDonald b Gregory 14; Ducat b McDonald 30; Shepherd c Oldfield b Gregory 4; Peach Old- field b Gregory 2; Crawford run out 28; Fender c Mailey b McDonald 17; Hitch b Armstrong o; Abel b Armstrong o; Sullivan b McDonald o; Harrigon.-uot out o; sundries II. x'otal II8. Australia won by 78 runs. The Austrians trened a raatctt against Nortnamplonshire. Australia, fir it innings: Mayne b Murdin o; Macartey c Bars well h Laywood 193; Pellew lbw Murdin 13; Andrews b thomas 58; Taylor c Knight b Murdin 63; Gregory .not out 106, Armstrong b Murdin 43; Ryder not out 44; sundries 18. To- tal 5 for 538.
ALL AUSTRALIAN CONGRESS. OPENED IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
¿LL AUSTRALIAN CONGRESS. OPENED, IN MELBOURNE. The All Australian j Trade Union Congress opened in 'Melbourne ott Monday, Mr. E. S. Hollway presid .d and after his opening speech' leal-.-with objects of the congress :ommittees were formed and gener .1 business entered upon. The All Australian Labor Confer- ence passed a resolution making the objective socialisation of industry and production. An exchange com- mittee was appointed to present a plan for the carrying of the object- ive, intp effect. Fraternal greetings were sent to the British Labor Con- ference now sitting at Brighton with hè hope that the miners will win through. Recommendations are tobe "ttbmittcd to Congress regarding the Labor press throughout Austral- ia.
EMPIRE CONFERENCE. LLOYD GEORGE'S OPENING SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
EMPIRE CONFERENCE. LLOYD GEORGE'S OPENING SPEECH. The Enîpire Conference opened on Monday. Downing Street is barri- caded against m the Sinn Fein men- ace. Lloyd George in his opening speech said thc conference falls ir? time bf great stress in many parts of the world. Never did statesman ship demand .more patience and wis- dom irç the deepening conviction that thc world must have peace to recover its health. There was ho quarter where it was more desirable to maintain peace and fair play for all nations and to avoid compctitior in the construction of armamento than in thc Pacific and Far East The Empires foreign policy car never arrange itself on difference« of race and . civilisation. Betwecr the East and West that would b« fatal to the Empire. _We look con fidently to the Government aw people of the United States- fo: sympathy and understanding and ii this respect wc are ready to discus with America any proposals for-lim itation of armaments. Meantime w cannot forget the Empire's...
MIXED DOUBLES—DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
MIXED DOUBLES-DRAW; I Miss Mansfield and Harris v. Miss i Croft_ and;^Carrington, Miss S»ñiíh~ and Daly'v. Miss G. Stylés and Mon- -, teith, Miss E: Styles and Yates v. Miss Millican and Partridge, Miss 1. Bell and Hof v. Miss G. Ward and Lemon, Miss Lyons and Gibson v. . Mrs. Barnes and Coulston. BYES. Mrs. Nixon and Nixon v. Miss L. Bell and Walker, Miss McLeod and . Ward v. Miss C. McLeod and Brown _ Mrsi Lampe and Story play winners of the Mansfield-Harris, v. Croft Carrington match, Miss L. Styles and Tragenza v. Miss Brown and R. Ed- wards, MTS. Bleezerand McKenzie v. Mrs: Cummings and Lawrie, Miss Nelson and E. Edwards v Mrs. Ku Ward and Dennis.
MIXED DOUBLES. HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
MIXED DOUBLES., HANDICAPS. Mrs. Bleeser and McKenzie owe 40, Mrs. Nixon and Nixon 15 4-6, . Mrs. Cummings and Lawrie 15 3-6, Miss Ward and Dennis 15 3-6, Miss Croft and Carrington 15 3--4>, MIsi Mansfield and Harris 15 3-6, Miss Bell and Walker 15 3-'6, Miss Ward« nnd Lemon 15, Miss Lyons and Gib- son 3-6, Miss McLeod and Brown 3-6, Mrs Mountford and Mountford 3-^6, Mrs. Lampe and Story 3-6, Miss Ross Smith and Daly 3-6» Miss Brown and Edwards 1-6 Miss Styles and Tregenza scratch, Miss Styles and Monteith scratch, Miss Bell and Hof scratch, Miss Millican and Partridge receive i-«6, Miss McLeod and Ward 2-6, Miss Nel- son and Edwards 2-6, Miss Styles -nd Yates 2-6, Mrs. Barnes and Coulston is 5-^..
HANDICAPS. GENTS SINGLES— "B" GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
HANDICAPS. GENTS SINGLES-"«." GRADE. Monteith owe 30, Henderson 30, Johnson 30, Ward 30, Mountford 30, Tregenza 15, Sherrin1 -í$, K Ed- wards 15, Coulston 3-6, Brown 3- 6, Foster 3-6, Partridge 3-6, Arnold a-6, Russell 2-6, Swinbourne 1-6, Yates i-»6, C>»;igrave scratch, Eo I wards E. scratch, R. Ward scratch.
LIBERTY For All the People SUSTENANCE FUND TO ASSIST WIVES AND CHILDREN OF MEN INTERNED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
LIBERTY Fer All the People SUSTENANCE FUND TO ASSIST WIVES AND CHIL- DREN OF MEN INTERNED. Cr; Cant £1, H. Goulder £1, D. -i O'Sullivan £i, Cr Pearse £i D. Mc Kinnon £if A. McDonald £i, J. } Campbell £i, J. Dooley £i, J. Ramariez £i, H. G. Nelson £i, A. H. Gibson £ i, R. Anthony £i, F. Southwell D. Atkinson £ i, N. Madsen £i, J. Clancy £i, R Illifte £i, F. Sutton £i, D. Finlayson £i, Gordon Bros. ns 6d. Tom Nelson los, À. McGuire los. M. McMillan los,, Mrs. Pearse ios. R. Wilmore los, lJ. W. Young ios. Fred Thomp- son los, E. Lee los, R. T. Riley los, . N. Edwards 6s, Alf. Hart ss, ^A Sympathiser" ss, J. J. Hanson ss, P. Hickey 4s 6d. G. McIntyre ,2s 6d, Jock Nelson 2s, Jack Johnson 2S* R: Grey 2s, A. Monge is, F. Johnson £1, S. Garvin ios. "W. Wright £2, Farrar and Sons £1, J. H. Kelly £t, W; Lee? ios, L. W. Bevilaqua 4s, F. . Cook £T. , . H. -G. Nelson, acknowledges the following munificence: J." Dooley £10, H. Hickey £10, F. ; Cook £20; A. Cant, £20, Ben Hur- ley £40. 'R.- Doling...