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NEW ZEALAND TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP. AUCKLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

NEW ZEALAND TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP. AUCKLAND, Monday. The, Nev/ Zealand tennis; champion-, sh Pb were continued- -in. perfect wea thei to-day Tilden and' Washburn, of America, and O'Hara' Wood .and Patter son won theii matches in the singles.: In the doubles, Hardy and \Vashb\im 'America) beat.-' Gardner and Ellis; I \uckland), 0— 2',.G— 1, G— 2. . In a match between Brookes and Pat teison and Park and Edmundsen, the ViiBtta'ians won tlie first set.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PECULIAR ACCIDENT. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

PECULIAR ACCIDENT. SYDNEY, Monday. Charles Townsend, aged '75, of Bex ley, was wplljng. near the Carlton rail; way station to-day when he was blown ovei bj the wind, and in falling, he fractured hin thigh.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATEST Irish Outrages. REPRISAL AT MIDDLETON. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

THE LATEST — z — 'P ? — - Irish Outrages. REPRISAL AT MIDDLETON. (Reutor's Telegram.) LONDON. Monda-T. - It is tinomcially. repoi-led that after the burnin-js at Middleton on Saturday large parties of police and. military en tered the town in the evening Thpv burned a garage arid engineering works, and wrecked and looted several shops. ? '. i ? It was reported that some houses in the village of Sarrington Hill, the scene of another ambush, were, also bugned.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"FORMAL ACT OF WAR." Drastic Martial Law Provisions. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

'FORMAL ACT OF WAR.' Drastic Martial Law Provisions. (United Service.) LONDON. Jlondnv. ? Commenting, on the ofllcial burnings at Cork, ;the 'Daily Mail' describes them as a formal act of war. It is tho first occasion on whtch the Government has made itself directly responsible lor reprisals. , - Additional martin,; law provisions are being enforced m fhe south-west of Ireland from ' to-day. Assisting and countenancing labels is a capital or tpnee, and neutiality is forbidden as inconsistent, with loyalty. All house holders aro tn bn compelled to fix a list or~lnmat.es of I.Iip. houses to the doors.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Where Germany Failed. FOCH'S DISARMAMENT REPOST. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

Where Germany Failed. FOCH'S DISARMAMENT REPORT.' (Router's Telegram.) LONDON, Mondav. ?- Renter's Paris coi respondent wires: The 'Temps' says that '.Marshal Foch's report regarding Germany's ? fulliiment of the- disarmament, terms siiows that there have bPen surrendered ?11,000 guns with iniipr tubes, 70,000 mnchlne guns, l'G3,000 barrels, 2,800,000 small arms, ;25;O0O aoroplanp. enghies, Ki.OUO aero planes. ' ' -. The. l'eport -adds that Oprmnny had failed to mini the Tiealy terms regard ing thp dis.irmin-; of the civic guards in Bavaria. mid Bast Prussia, and tho de struction- nf^tho foriitssps ot Iho past and 'south frontiers. i The Gprmans asked to be allowed to Jcoep 3!iO\guns -at -Kocnlgabcrg and 'numerous amis in other places. But ho only allowed Kopnlgsber'g 36, and Pil iau -32. j'All tho other ronuPsls were re fused. , ' r

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Indian Viceroyalty. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

Indian Vicerqyafty. (PubliBhed iin'.'1Tlio: Times.') . LONDON,' '.'.MoniSa. The 'Times' confirms the report dial the;Vicpro.valty of India was dellnitely Offered to Lord Rending, -who is spj1 ?jiisly '.considering tho matter.'

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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OVERDUE BARQUE SAFE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

OVERDUE BARQUE SAFE. SYDNEY, Monday. After a long period of anxiety the American barque ?Muocoota was sighted in Rr.!!!t SI raits by Hip nioampr II111 moiiiis. In piisHliiiv, Uio ovc'i-dito vessel signalled 'All well.' ? ; ?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR PROPOSAL. "People" to Run Trains. Premier's Challenge. PERTH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

LABOR PROPOSAL. « 'People' to Run Trains. ? Premier's Challenge. ;: ' 'PERTH. .Monday. ;i \'Mr. Pantbn, President of the Austra liari ?Labar' Party . iind Chairman 'ot ftp Disputes Committee, addressing a 'pub' llCimp.et.ing on .the Bsplunade yesterday, said'it was just as well -for the Govern ment to ?k.no-.y that the engine driveis. and' the. railway 'men. under tho guid ance of,' the Dispute's Committee., would ?run 1'ooil.and. water. trains., 'We prr pose ta offer to tho people of tho St.alp a proiiosltion far the., running of the trains by the people, .insteail of in the 'darktown' fashion, ;,a's , at.'ipresont .by the Government.— !';;-.-';;.-j;;v;^J^;S^-;j^UV The Premier.- Mr.^tUcliiyii f interview'- ed on Mr. Pantoh's * ' ? proposition; , -said Hi t 'Mr., Panton's;;, renijtr.-lcs .'-'.'' indicated th it so farl^aVlip; was y concerned ,.tl\o .conflict :, was-'no- :;16nge'r * betweeni 'the union and . :-tlib; . Comhiisslonor, but } be l^pen the Disputes Convmittee andlthp. peo...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

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Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEST AUSTRALIAN STRIKE. TOWNS FACE STARVATION. Cabinet to Fight Union. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

WEST AUSTRALIAN STRIKE. TOWNS FACE STARVATION. Cabinet to Fight Union. SYDNEY, Monday. A Perth message states that sevon days', railway ..' dislocation will see scores of inland towns facing starvation, as they 'are dependent aimqst solely upon Perth for supplies. Kalgborlie alone has a population, of. 40,000,' arid is 400, miles from the coast, so the plight of the inhabitants there, should the 'strike be ; prolonged, can ,be better imagined than described.: . y ' ? ? , , The great' mines also- depend upon tUe weekly stores I'roni the coast;, and will, :be' faced with the alternative of closing if the hold-up lasts. ^ ?The- Cabinet is preparing to flsht tho ?union now the compulsory ? conference has failed. The seriousness' Of. the posi tion is expected to force one side or the other to' make overtures for pcuce.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MACARTNEY MUST REST. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

MACARTNEY MUST REST. SYDNEY MondTS A Melbourne message slates' that Drc Strong, has advised ' C. G. Macartney that six weeks' rest is csseiPtlal. Macart ney Is returning to Sydney to-morrow. , This 'means that Macartney will not he avall-ihlo for the third or tourni tcrfts. ' ?

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SEVEN YOUTHS ARRESTED. Attempt to Burgle Suspected SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

SEVEN YOUTHS ARRESTED? Attempt to Buryle Suspected ?? ' ?:-vS'Y;»N.12Y, .Monday. About throe o'clock yesterday morn ing d resident, of Bond!, named Bowers, sent. an urgent, telephone, message to Police Headtfuart eirs to the effect; that ? a numbpr pf'jiion wore trying to break in to Kelh s sioip ♦ A -strong, ij6s.ro -of- police left Sydney in motor cars.-- ? As the vehicles ap proachod- Kelly's place they saw live lads iiinning aw i- Two -neip ai tested and subsequently (hc*othe.-s \\e\c Ukcnl Into custody.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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DARK CLOUDS OF 1921. WAR AND ITS AFTERMATH. Disappointed Ideals. Eloquent Sermon by Bishop Long. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

DARK CLOUDS OF 1921. WAR AND ITS AFTERMATH. Disappointed Ideals. Eloquent .Sermon by Bishop Long. SYDNEY, Monday. Preacliins^at All Saints' Cathedial, Bathurst,.last,|night, Bishop Long said they had .been' assured everjone must be 'optimistic-. .on New Year's Day.- They Jiau been told they must,, see only the, clouds with a silver lining. That was all' very' well,, but the more , thoughtless form of, optimism shown was ot no value. ? -For his- part he could not but think there were many- dark clouds lowering on the horizon ot 1921, and they r'equiied' a manifestation of true spirit of optimism. The real optimist was he who' seijt his ^'lsion around the whole' horizon, Aind looked into the dark clouds with \sjeja/drastiies-s, determina tion and courage.. ' ' . v The uftermath of the wai1 was still to haveitt,1 final issue tm the'aftairs ot human', society. They -could see how disappointed was the spirit of. man, who, after blenift .swepi U- the heights with the great, hope, fine- en...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL SERVICE UNREST STRIKE POSSIBILITY. Tasmanian Reply to Senator Earle. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

FEDERAL SERVICE UNREST ' STRIKE POSSIBILITY Tasinanian Reply to Senator Earlc; . SYDN-1SY, Monday. Mr. 'Williams, secretary of the Tas manian branch of tho Commonwealth Public service organisation .replying to a criticism by Senator- Earlc, says that the council ot the branch is unanimously of opinion that the Tasmanian members of ihe Federal Parliament havo failed to exerclsa flieir influence towards secur ing them justice. A strike was a last, re sort, Imc after years of failure under eonslitiiUu-ial' means and shoals of pro misc^ l.i3liC2i by the Federal ministers, it was becoming increasingfy difficult t'o restrain the service from.making a direct appeal to the people. Should a strike eventuate it Viculd be a Federal.- one, with Tasmania.' owing to its geographical position, sintering 'nitre, than any. other place. ' Senator Karle had assumed superiority, and given -cheap advice, which would bo properiy ?valued by the Commpnwealth public servants, the majority had to qualify ;hy...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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MRS. DE VALERA SMILES. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

MRS. DE VALERA SMILES. (United Seivico) LONDON, Sunday. , Mi^'Do Wlle-a, intriviewed at her Iinmn ai Gioytonct., enigmatically ?wnil- pil 'v 'ir»n .-.skid nci husband's where lbtmts, and 'oMistd iO sa- any tiling. Dublin lepuls that thu stesimpi Pon ti.i is -,t.ill undischaiged 'and is closely -;uai(lp*i by the militaiy

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW YEAR SPIRIT. Civilians Dance with Troops. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

fJEW YEAR SPIRIT. Civilians Dance with Troops. (United SeiWco.) LONDON', Sunday. The nov yp.u 'wps ushered ill in Ire land rUth thp Jnppnsl incident 1 elated tor months Ar jfcai rickshannon. Hip locnl band turned out, and a lemark iible sight \ .is witnessed, tho popular 13as-t Yoikshiies and civilian* joining hands, aii(L dancing in Iho market squdio, while tho newlj ani\c-l Sut-. folks lookPd on in .im.uenieit ,

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UNHAPPY IRELAND. BURNING OF HOUSES. Reprisal for Ambush. ACTION BY MILITARY GOVERNOR LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

ONHAPPY IRELAND; BURNING OF, HOUSES. Reprisal for Ambush. / ...... .(??'.'? ACTION BY MILITARY GOVERNOR (Reuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Sunday. In .accordanc.e with the, order of jtlieji Military CTovernor seven houses ' at' Middiotbn, County Cork, were destroyed early this morning because tne inhabit ants, were bound to .have' known of a recent ambush and attack on military parties, and -neglected to inform tho police, and military authorities. Each householder ,was handed a no tice statin;; why the house was destroy ed. Each resident was given one hour to remove valuables, byt not furniture. Nothing except the houses and furni ture was destroyed. It is a also reported from Cork that houses'' were burned .near Middleton. A motor garage and engineering works at Middlelon wore - also destroyed last night

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

TAMWORTH_JOCKEY CLUB. SUMMER MEETING. £1100 — PRIZES — - £1100 TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18 and 19, 1921. ???'? FIRST DAY. ? . OPENING HAiNDIClAP, 100 sovs. 6 fur. MAIDEN HANDICAP, 50 sovs. 5 fur. }?or all' horses that have not .won a Ace at time of starting. FIRST WELTER HANDICAP,, 100 sovs. 7 fur. Minimum handicap weight 7.7. T.J.C. HANDICAP, 150' sovs. 7 fur ATTUNOA HANDICAP, 50 sovS. 6 fur. For all horses that have not won a prize exceeding 20 sovs. at time of starting. BOROUGH HANDICAP-, 100 sovs. ' 1 mile. : SECOND DAY. , [ WLYING- H/VNOICAiP, 100 sovs. 6 fur. [TRIAL HANDIOAIP; 50 soys; 6 fur. For ali horses that have not won a prize exceeding 10 sovs. at the time of entry. Minimum handicap weight, 7.7. ? SUMMER HANDICAP, 150 sovs, 1 mile ?1 fur.-. ? ? .--.., ..,.., SECOND 'WELTER HANDICAP, 100 sovs. 7 fur. ? Minimum, handicap weight, 7.7. MOONBI HANDICAP, Si so vs. For aU ' horses that have u i ' -. - :. a prize exceeding 20 sovs. hcuh.' ..f entry. ..-. Distance, 5 furlo...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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MELBOURNE PESSIMISTS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

MELBOURNE PESSIMISTS. SYDNEY, Monday. 'Melbourne interest in the stewards dispute is' still centred on the ni.i«s meeting ' of- .tht- Union to be held in Syd ney to-morrow.' - . . ?-: In .'.union circles it is. believed- that the. prime- Minister will not accede to the request , to.- .a tribunal under the In dustrial Peace Act unless thp applica tion is hiade by both sides. The, situation, is viewed with pessi mism. The officials stated tins morn ing; that they did not believe there was any likelihood : of a settlement unless 'the shipowners promised a conference.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

j V CHEAP LINES CATTLE. ' i '?'^?.t-U ' HANDY TENTERFIELD. , ... ? ' . ? ? /' 6£^ER«^0RD HEIP,ERS, 3 an.l 4 years, one brand, beautiful quality Here- ! ? iOff HPm%n«S°S™™inS t0 Heret0Td Bulls. About 20 calves. £9. ? . | i .^w.HE^BPq^HEIFERS, 2 years, very well bred, pure Hereford Bulls join l';; ; M HEREFORD STEERS, li years, .StaUon bred, one brand, good condition. I'!-., '?:???..'; £ 6/15/. ... ? . ? ? . . . ? , . ...:.. ?.- I :*56 PEREFORD and HEREFORD CROSS COWS, 3 and 4 years, good, quality \ ':i:i . and condition. £8/15/. : ' ?,lJi,: QUEENSLAND BORDER. : ' .. . * ' .'? ? ? i - ?«h w»IXED WEANERS. 6-15 months, beof breeds!' good condition. ?: £4/10/. !. ' ;' 'y/PLACK POLLED. HEIFERS, 1,. 2, 3 years, Station bred, one brand, splendid ! ? j; i quality, and condition. £7/5/. 200. BLACK POLLED MIXED WEAi% - US, 8 to;l2 months, splendid cond £5. ''?'?? ?^i €ARVIN & CODSENS, LTD, -\ ; ? tamwohth. ??-.?? '?;..-. . ' ;'; _ - ? . , ^^^mmmmBmmm'mKi ' . ' «?*'???????????» ^ .CHEAP...

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