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Australia's Finance DEPENDS ON HARVEST. POSITION ONLY TEMPORARY MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920

Australia's Finance DEPENDS* ON HARVEST. ?" POSITION OpflJY^KMPOItAIlY \ ft MELBOURNE,' Monday. ;!ift la understood that lending bunk em of -theCommonwealth , Oioof at Melbourne on Wednesday to 'discuss with Mr. Hughes ami Sir Joseph Cook the_ means to be adopted to 11 n aneo the wheat harvest. Treasury officiate pointed out to day that the position outlined by.the Australian Trado Commissioner In Now York regarding ^he-AmerlcH'n Inquiries concerning 1 tho London branchos of Australian banks refus ing to negotiate drafts on Australia 'Is only temporary. .The balances held by those brnnches.(hayo been re duced.as a result of heavy Importa tions. Into -Australia during the prc tctit financial year,' thoMImports dur ing July and.-A'UgUBt being valued at 1:20,000,000 compared with £13,000,000 for the same porlod laHtiyear, During the presont year our ex ports of worl and wheat linvb greatly diminished but when the coming sea son's whoat and wool are roalisad on, ,tho position will readj...

Publication Title: Southern Morning Herald
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MISCELLANEOUS. NOT FOR THE GAMBLER. But for Farmers Tired of a Game of Chance. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920

MISCELLANEOUS. NOT FOR THE GAMBLER. But for Farmers Tired of a Game' of Chance; i Undoubtedly thoro ni'o tempera ments that prefor tho coi'.ijiotitivo Hcrnmhlo and th'o gambler's chance1 even with th'o knowlodgo that tbo cui'da miiy bo "i:tuckad'-to any well regulated systom whoroby n lull' re turn upon a given outlay can bo join ,od wlth ii rousonnble dogroo of cor tnlntyl ' Sp says a wrltor on eo-'uiibhi Hon: To rucIi tompdrnmonts co-opera Hon Will 'imUto little appeal'. But to all who subsci'lbo to tho llve-und-lot live philosophy, who profor conipet tenco with security tfi n hlt-or-mlns nrfluonco .with a harrowing tinoor triluty, tho. co-oporntlvo system offers every ndvantiigo. ' To tbo average fiirmor( nays the organising olllcor of tbo Now South Wales Agricultural Iluroau) this It probably tho strongest' CIIHO that could bo made for co-oporntlon-tho (.Jonient u{ ehanco Ih oxactly that elemont which bo finds altogothor too lironiln ent In his Job.' Twolvo ordinary months offor...

Publication Title: Southern Morning Herald
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THAT LONDON TRIP SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920

THAT LONDON TRIP SYDNMV, Monday. " Tlinro la n gonoral fooling In pollll cnl olruloH Hint tlio I'romlor,Miy Storey, will liIniBoif; ronpujid to tlio rdqiionl- ot tlio Acting Auont-Ooiiorul, to .Bond n Mlnltilor to London," ; : It In probublo that" tho Promlor will louvo In Muroli,'

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IMPORTED BEASTS. NEW QUARANTINE REGULATIONS CERTIFICATES OF HEALTH. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920

IMPORTED BEASTS. NEW QUARANTINE REGULATIONS CERTIFICATES, OF HEALTH. " " MELiDOUnNiS/Mon'dny. Amondod (limranUno regulations proclaimed to-nlglit, provldo tluit whora cattle, stiuop anil swlno aro Imported to Australia-for immediate slaughter from any country 'approved by tho Minister for Customs, tlioy sliujl bo accompanied by a cortlflcato from tho Govopmont, Vetorlnary In. Hpoofor of tJio country' of origin, stat ing that they liaVo beon ""inapocted Immediately prior ? to shtpmant and free from disease. The liuportor will bo required to make a declaration that tho animals will l-e slaughtered with in throo days of landing.

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DUNTROON OFFICERS TRIPS ABROAD PROMISED. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920

DUNTROON OFFICERS TRIPS ABROAD PROMISED. MELBOURNE, Monthly. Amomlod Cummoliwonltli . Military regulations guKultad to-night, provldo that on appointment lo tlio Stn ( Corps, oincors who have . griidmUml (it Dimtroon will bo nttnchad for a tour of duly to units of1 tlio British or Indian army, subject to the nceuH Bury funds being made uvullablo bv Parliament.

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WATERSIDE WAR. CONFERENCE FAILS. ABOLITION OF LOYALISTS. Refused by Ship Owners. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920

CONFERENCE FAILS. ? ABOLITION OF LOYALISTS. ; * . i Refjised by Ship Owners. Waterside war is probable in Sydney owing to the. ship owners refusing to accede to the demand of the Water side Workers' Federation and abolish the Labour Bur eaux and .thus the Loyalists of 1917. i SYDNEY, t Monday. A conference . \v;is iiolduto-day bo twoou tho shipowners and tho NVhavt Labourers'' Kedoraiion, whon the mat tor. of labour buriuux was discussed. | Sir Owen Cox, i>i'onlding,,. fluid tho eonforenco wub i nllod at tho sug gestion or Mr. J1II,')ioh. TOo ownpra bad idoua uh to vliat could bo dono If tho men would only work with th din. ' 1 "Wo have, ao.;f«r as possible, tried to cimcedo what tlio 111011 ask^d Tor," wild ho "Wo luivo no dcslro to re sist reasonable ilomandB, but tho owners are goYorned to a lnrge ex tent by condition's all over tho world. OVOI'hcuh ownortT nro Buffering from ovurlioail charges, which nro now 300 por cont. hlglior Hum before tho war. "The position has. reached...

Publication Title: Southern Morning Herald
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The Day UNOFFICIAL HAPPENINGS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920

The Day UNOFFICIAL HAPPENINGS Hlil Kor the chrlstonlnk'! Mr. \V. Splcer whs present with Ills new llud Mon Supur-Slx. Ilu brought a con tingent of folk from Tnrnlgii, May ye llvu another hundred years! * * >k * Rriilthvoori Hont Hn residents along all rltsht on Monday, but they will be nddod to as tho wooli'd festivities march on. . . * * . The young gentleman on a bicycle .who collided with a lady h. Auhurti Ktroot yesterday modestly apologised, 9lio replied, ."Mntiy, happy. returns, of tho dny," ,,Thon tlioy wheolod ofT to ward'. ' tlio ' station, converging - n.< though tho mishap will load to a better undorHtiiiidliig. .Such Js life. Great tlmvs. Stirring times, » # » » Thoi;<! wcro visitors from nil parts, and moro than one complained pint Ills hand was "siiueozcd to a Kcitmsh " almost. It was "Good day Jiorn" and "Hood day there," and "Mow aro you, everywhere." Hill, Mack, Ton". Jack, | Dlggors and Cobbers worn all at homo -quite at IKJIIIO. And llttlu...

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EMANUEL MYERSON A FARTHING DAMAGES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920

--pp~-r-.. EMANUEL MYERSON A FAIt'l'lIINO I)AMA«US. 1 ry . i" . '? " v7 i9v(syi3NHV5'Moni»ny. '.'! .'l'lio ohno In'jvliluhyiOrfi^hiiol Myor-' i 'non "clalinod'.yiO.OOO'^ronV SMITH'S < WI9BKLY, In, roapoot of nllogod llbol wan oono),ii.iloil'to.rtny. - Tlio Jury fptfrs^ftt 'sVlli nnd nftar 1 it twiiiplo.oMiKfirii tlbill>oriillo#i nwunioil 1 tlto plaintiff oiio farthing dnmngoa, '

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Railway Fares ANOTHER RISE. PASSING ON WAGE INCREASE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920

Railway Fares ANOTHER RISE. i I'ASSINU o^yivAdi; j,\citi:Asi:k SYDiVBV. Monday. Trmn nnd train Xaros and freights nro to bo Inopont'oil, Tlio now boslo \nigo firu!' 'the in oruiuiu In tlio pi'lco of coal lino upsot rnllw/iy Dimnoo, nii'l tlio Cotnnilwlon. ir» linvo pliuiod boforo Cn'blnut pro positi* for |«i lncrou.su In tdcwo, to bo uonnlilored '-(o-mnrnow. It Is propas. ed that nillwuy furw iio IncronBod by at Iwuit 10 pur oont, nnd freight* hllilior. Tram fn.r<m will ho liioronsoil, upon whnt, Hoo.t.luns . it htisnot yol boon dboldoil, ' ' .' <.

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Justice Higgins RESIGNING FROM COURT. "NEW BIL LEAVES NO OTHER COURSE." MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920

Justice Higgins RESIGNING FROM COURT. "m:w inm. I,KAVI:« no otiiku t'OUItSK." MMLHOURNR Alnnrlnv Tloforo rtonlltiK Willi llio llrnt o«ho llnlod In tlio Commonwealth Arbitra tion Court to-day, Air. JiiHtloo MIk kIiih, tliu 1'roHldoiU, iinnoiiMcuil bis in million of I'OHltjntnK wbon lho cnso on whloli lit) wiiH adJmlloalluK wmn com plotoil. Mo Halt! ho illd not liitom'l lo tnlui uny now IiunIIIOHH. Soli I iik out lila roiiHoim for rollii (ItilKliliiK tlio offlco, Mr. JiiHtloo1 HIk 1,'lllH KllltOll llllll lilt) lHIHHlllg of Iilll.4 Jn Iho Fodoral I'arllawout nffoutlu;? tlio Arbitration. Court luid nut nil) a position wbluh loft, him no cour«Q but to ronton. "I'arllamont cxnroHHpit Its wjll," said bo. "Tboro la no liopb of ? ro oouHldaratlon. ^ 1 rufralriod from com 'irfont on tlio Hill during Mia dcUbam tlonsl, but'I nm now froo,. I »oo mi otbor omir.no opon but to ronlim. Tho Prlmo Mlivtutor, by tlio Imhwlrlnl Pouuo Act, bn« unwlttlnfily uiitloi*/ mlno«l tho InlVuonuo nnrt umiftilhmm ...

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M. CLEMENCEAU. MAY VISIT AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920

' Mi pLEMENOEAp1. MAY frRIT ;AtJ8T»ALTA. i. ' ' .1 SVDNI3Y, MonHn Tlioro IA a poasSbllty of AT. Olom otioanu ox-Promlor of Frniioo, vlaltfn;j c Australia la tlio. noar. Ijituro.' j M, ,£ piomoiic'oiitiV Vfornlvoii ut 'Datuvln' to. '' dny, nmtl Bnjd1 to-dny Hint 1 hi> wiis onlhlinK 111"') linmslnu htin to visit 'tho CJomiu'jnworiltlr. > '

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 26 October 1920

FUNERAL.   THE Funeral of the late Miss Cath- erine F. MacDonald will leave   "Lloella," Rhoda St., Garfield, THIS (TUESDAY) MORNING at 11.30, for Presbyterian old cemetery per motor service. R. SIDNEY CRAIG, Funeral Director,   Telephone, 100. Sloane St.  

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A Bush Township. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

A Bush Township. But' flrnt. n woriV nlwnt l)u> town, Al most cx(icll,v- nun hundred yonrs ngo four young men, Hamilton Home, John Ken nedy llunw, JlitrWr, mid Wil liam. II, ftroughlnu, well-armed nndj woll-provisioned rmlo ncnisH tliu Yitss. Plains jo wltul !h now known us I'lsh j JllvorA ii , fojv" miles. from the modern ! town dunning, Tlie.v were nil | young ""(1 Ailed with the liljjli .spirit. of adventure,j I heir ago* II dug, nvpet I Ive ly 2'!,' 28, Jll nnil mi, They i'imiii'I hiiwi nil nroiini] tlioin a Inud ni' waving i;i-ii.'h J rIIIIII': tr(!i'H, mid mi Impressed wi'iv" they .II,V' III.'I,hI({III Unit nl'ler llirlr (?<.-j turn 1o I'lylllKiitlon two of tli"in, Utjntt"J iiikI Drought mi, I'i'turiii'il to Woolm wan-! dulln, situated iilioul three iiilliH tViui] where tint' present township, nf Gunnlngl now stands, nnd theru ai-ifiiroil n /jiani of Innd, Tills grant was ijanoltod on July fi,.1824, to John Kennedy Hume, thn youii^Pf .lnothor (if 11m man w|m l\nd...

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GUNNING—RICH IN HISTORIC MEMORIES CELEBRATES CENTENARY THE PIONEERS FOUR YOUNG ADVENTURERS [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

- . .THE M0NEERS\ , - FOUR Y6UNG ADVENTURERS (I}y. Our.-Spoclnl, Iloiiorter), trCttliy sit/uatod amonst woodod, amleontly undulating liills' lioa tho (junliit 6t:l towh of Gunning, 'which oil bkurda)' teal httitud by- n < arnlval ilo .?century; of oxistenco. Tho town is not-' largo,'' tof tli'o' cbuhtry' around is ihostfy'ph'storal; and'although a de cided improvement tootf. place when tho .railway' lino' %vaa laid, ono cannot help'' but thinking that the town has chringetl littio <1otI»i$' tho lust half co'ritii'ry. 'Tho housps n'ro mostly built of 'granite, auarriotl on tho Crookwoll road; rihout three; mltea from tho townslilfi, and thoro aro a, numbor of old buildings which dalo back to bushranglng days; and which, ' with tli'eir mottlod groy Avails, look as picturcsquo and rcposoPul as the bliuo hills tliaf'wall'tho town in. Buti'.'ovon' with' those:'' associations with tho'past, tho town has its newer arid brighter 'sido. . YasW-strcet, tho lftaln' stroot...

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Returned Soldiers' Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

Returned Soldiers' Dance. Tho Show Ground Pavilion was tho 8oono of a vory enjoyable danco on Saturday ovonlng, held under tho aus pices of tho noturned Soldlora' Loa euo. Tho basis of tho rooont Masonic danco docorntlona were loft in posi tion, mid nddod to with drapery and bunting, «ftvo ft Vory offeetivo appear ance to tho hall. About 70 couples dnncod to tho music supplied by Mrs, Summon)' orchostra. MosBrs, Tickner and Egan proved tholr offlolonoy as M'b.C. A splondld suppor was provi ded by tho lodloa auxiliary, and tho proceeds of this department will bo >handed ovor to tho hospital.

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The Cherniavskys. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

The Cherniavskyi. An event of more than ordinary musical importance 1b the visit to Qoulburn of the distinguished Russian instrumentalists, Leo, Jan utid Mlschol Cherniavsky, who arc giving a con cert in the Majostic Thoatro on Wed nesday afternoon, Octobor 26. They are sons of Abraham Cherniavsky, un eminent R/UBsian violinist and conduc tor. For 17 years these wonderful brothors have travelled together giv ing concorts throughout Russia, Eng land, Franco, United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India, China, Burma, Ceyilon, EJfvpt, etc., and so successful 'lavo they been that return visits and' oven socond return visits have been paid to most of these countries, thus establishing rocordrf yet to bo surpassod by any artist. In muslcali circles It is often a matter of interesting discussion aa to what aro the essential points that go to mako up a really flno trio ot musicians. The most important qua lity is sympathy. The individual'play ers who muko up the trio ...

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THE EVENING SERVICE THE RICH MAN'S FOLLY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

THE EVENING SERVICE THE RICH MAN'S FOLLY. There was a larger congrogntion last night, tlmn yeatordhy morning, when' tho concluding sorvico ol tho Sabbath's Jubilee of tho church was hold. The Rev. S. J. Hoban preach cd a most eloquent sormon, and was listened to with'rapt attention. "He linn a fund of humor, and uses It to great advantage, illustrating the points ho desires, to forco home, no that It is impossible to see any other moaning In tho words than that which ho wants them to convoy. In doed, tho words were lmposslblo of misconstruction. Ills ;text wns short, viz., "Rich townnd God," and it is to bo found in tho end of tho 21st verso of tho 12th Chapter of .St. Lulije. It is portion of the parable of Hio rich man, who was referred to as a foot. That story of tho parable said tho preachor, would. bo disap pointing to tho average Domain ora tor. .There was not a single instance whoro Christ had ever condemned a man for nothing olao than that he was rich; but Christ had warned ...

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The Choral Service. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

The Chora) Service. A Brand choral sorvlco was hold in tho church yesterday Afternoon, and ill It tho sonts In tho odllloo, Including tho Inrgo gallery, woro paclccd. The Hinging by tho choir of 50 voices was thoroughly onjoyod, Tho oholr was augmented for tho occasion, and In cludod tho MISBOS Dulclo Huxtahla (soprano), nnd Gladys Ileynault (con tralto), and Messrs, A. H, Chollow (bnrltono), and F. Proctor (tenor). Individual, as woll as concortod roumbors woro vory woll rondored, thoro» holng somo vory flno volcos, Tho programmo was as follows; Chorus; "Tho Heavens nro Tolling" (Ilndyn, Crontlon), Tlio Oholrj song: "Tho Lord Jb My Light" (A)lltsen), Mr. A, n. Chellcw; duot and chorus: "I Waited For tho Lord" (Mondol Bsohn), MISBOS Dulolo Huxtablo, Ulodys noynaiilt, nnd choir; orgnn solo; Mr. (I. 0. M. Coombor; aria: "With Vonduro Clad" (Hndyn, Orea. tlnn), Miss Dulolo Hiutablo; song: "yontlor','. (II. Ollvor), Miss Gladys tloynaiilt): anthom,' "Sing, 0 Hoavons'' (SulllVan), Choir,...

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METHODIST ANNUAL SYNOD. OPENS IN GOULBURN TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

METHODIST ANNUAL SYNOD. Ol'KNS IN (JOUMIUHN TO-MOItllOW TlicT twontlotli Annual Synod nf tho Mothoillsl Church of Australia In tho Qoulbui'n district will bo hold to morrow, WodnoHdny, and Thursday, In tho locture hull, In aoldsmlth utroot. Tho chairman will bo tho Ilov. J, W. Colllor. On Wodnocdiiy ovonlng a public \v«l (ioniu and social will ho tomlorod to t'no Synod mombufti Short addresses will bo dollvttrwl by tho Mayor (Aid. Ilolloway) ami reproHuntntlvon of other oliurchoa. On Thursday aflornoon a motor pic nic uxeiiv«lon will ha hold.

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50 YEARS' METHODISM IN GOULBURN Jubilee of Goldsmith Street Church SPECIAL CHURCH AND CHORAL SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 24 October 1921

50 YEARS! METHODISM IN GOULBURN Jubilee of Goldsmith Street Church ,» ? SPECIAL CHURCH AND CHORAL SERVICES » . Tlio activities of Methodism in Goiil burn dato farther back tlmn fiO years ago, but yesterday was observed as Iho Jubilee of tlio Goldsmith stroct Method ist Church, a large, Imndsomo cdillee, which was opened CO yours ago. There were largo congregations at the tipec.lal services, church and choral, and la tlio morning and evening the Nev. <T, C. Iloban, of the Melbourno Central Mission and formerly of Kydaey, preach ed most eloquent sermons, It la inter esting to note tlmt thero ttero present ma and womn who have been long and prominently associated with Ihe Method 1st. cmiso in thin old, historic city, M'.'tliodlsm in Australia reached Its eeateaary la 1012, as Mr. Thomas How den in 1812 commenced the ilrst Class Meeting ever held on Australian soil, That he did this within five weeks of the date of his own arrival in Sydney tpeaks much for the earnestness and...

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