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Colonising Palestine. SIR A MOND OPTIMISTIC. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
1 1 Colonising Palestine. SIR A. MOND OPTIMISTIC. ' ? (neuters Telegiam) LON'iDON, Thuisday Sir Alfied frond, who is going to Palestine on June il to discuss the de laiis of the new Palestine loan with Sir Het^bcjt,-! Samuel, A mlervlewe'd by Reu tej,,rs,pol5e, v^i YfipptimisticallyjabflUt the ViiituiqI.ror,oPalesin!,Or,iC Ho t emphasised1 the enormous amount' of work to be done. , The countiy must be piacticall- le-built He dwelt on the enthusiasm 01 the Jews, especially in Centi.il Europe,- for (Settlement In Palestine, llany weie actually walking fiom the Ukiaino, teaching Palestine via Constantinople. Sir Allied Mond did not anticipate, an- lellgious difficulties Theie was al- ' leady a ^ood deal ot Aiab and Jewish commercial co-operation) and tho popu lation would . improve as the country I advanced. - Such ot the Cable News on this Page so headed has appeared In 'The Times,' and Is cabled to Australia &y special permission. ? It should be under stood that the opinions ...
Advertising South Africa. ENQUIRIES POURING IN. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
Advertising South Africa. ENQUIRIES POURING IN. (Renters Tolejiam) , LONDON,' Tlun&day Notwithstanding that the South Afu can ,doveinnienl's new adveitismg cam paign has been in existence ^only eight woiking days, enquiries aio pouting in fiom ali parts of Bntain, and some also fiom the Continent The flood of enquuies allogethei pass ed expectations A sinking featme is that some SO pci cent of the cones pondenls fulfil the icquisite condition emphasised in the advertisements of the possession of a modicum oil capital A huge number weie atti acted by the fanning possibilities in South Atuca Othei ^eatmeb,of the campaign are being developed (^The publicity man agei. Mi 1 Tallow, has alieady booked a soiies of lectuies on'Soulh'-Aiiica m tho north 1
LIMITING THE NAVIES. POPULAR SUPPORT IN BRITAIN. Canada in Pacific. (United Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
LIMITING THE NAVIES. POPULAR SUPPORT IN BRITAIN. Canada in Pacific. (United Seivice) LONDON. Wednesday Populai suppoit of .the limitation of the naviw. does not flag Viscount fliev's epig-aui' at Glasgow that it is better to chance Utopia Ihan ccitain dcstiuction seome' to express a wide snioad view Ttft? siluat'on 'in' the Pa ciflc ib being distussed as the' most im poitant f.ictoi 'v ''' '' \ - The«3vriuicliostor 'Guaidian''say) it is folly to deny tlie_emergoncy m the Pa pific ^.Tapan^njftl A'menca one ag»unsl the otbei means a dange-ous position, and is thoxmoie leason whv (he gov, ?-laments and peoples, of the world should \ende.iv or to exorcise the evil spiut^befoie lt.gets to woik 'Peace, in tho Pacific will be best maintained bv a' umvei«al 'league of the people.1 determinwl to\onsure peace bv a i eduction ^oti the means of making war.' t'-o , The Butish authorities dislike Iho MUtgeblcd comminution of the Ameucan -nd Dominion5; -na\ IPs in -he Pacific They 'tlnow doubt ; o...
WAR SERVICE HOMES. PURCHASE OF HOUSES STOPPED Great Hardships Caused. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
WAR SERVICE HOMES. PURCHASE OF HOUSES STOPPED Great Hardships Caifsed. SYDNI3Y. Thuisday. Major Man. M II R , baid the eteinal want of a million slPiling is at the loot of the War'Seivice ll'omcs Comnusbion e*s' decision to buy no ,moie leady built homes foi soldieiB lie was ?veij indignant ovei the v nosl|ionj that had aiisen lie said the,', tieasurpr was not to blame, but he had'' been told that the Comnmbionei onljy'asked foi' £6,000,000 foi '?the year, .ind^'he undei stood th.it £5,500,000 had al.e'ady been o\iioncledj or allocated ( * *? Grave haiilship was now be'ng caused by the decision ot tho Commibslonpi, and»he had 40 .caseb in his own eleotoi ote, including those of .it least five wni Widows* who could not get homes He was sli ongly _ of opinion that the Com missionor should h ivo looked ahead, and given due nolicn of his, change of Pwlicy, so thai the soldieis might know how they stood ?
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. More Rain; Becoming Unsettled. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. More Rain; Becoming Unsettled. SYDNEY, Thuisday Dunng the past 24 ,110111s the distii bulioniof a'tmospheiic piessuie has been giadually changing 'to a loss in tense tipe, foi, as, the centi.il isoba-s,of the hijrh worked eastw.nd to the Soulh Tasnian Sea and towaids New Zealand, the moie effeclive i.iin-pioducing activi ties due to their co-opeialion with tlie liopical depiesslonb to tho noilhwaid began to lelax. Consequently, this moinniK considerable inipiovomont was in evidence, not oniy in the unsettled natuio ot the weather, but also in 'the state of the sea on our coast. The en ergetic Anlaictic disluibance ,tiavelling eastwaid fiom the southern goldilolds ot West Aifstialia' is -now in the Cen lial Bight, whcie a small clospd cmve centre developed fuithcr tropical acti vitv It is lpportPd fiom the north end of New Zealand lh.it a gale' is laglng, with !i velocitv of fiom 55 to 63 miles pel hour. - ' PiCbcnt indications favor fuithoi cloudy to sh'owe...
SHIPPING STRIKE. No Prospect of Settlement. LONG FIGHT LIEKLY. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
SHIPPING STRIKE. No Prospect of Settlement. ! LONG FIGHT LIKELY. / SYDNEY. Thursday. Mr. Moate to day expressed satisfac tion at the manner in which the strike of manne .stewaids was being' carried out. The expiessed intention of liio shipowners Lo lay up the vessels until the .stewaids lcsunic on the owners conditions was -not troubling them. He added: 'I never saw a more deter mined body of men than thr- miirinc stewards. They would sooner eat grass first Mian go back under present condi tions .For months past e\oiy member has been piep.mng 1 ho finances will, hold out-for six months. In addition, il in need of help, it lias been offered from ovmm'.is. oicunibalious
SEARCH OF CEMETERY. Troops Courteous and Considerate. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
SEARCH OF CEMETERY. Troops Courteous and Considerate. (Router's Telegram.1) LONDON, Wednesday. .'According . to the lodge-keepers- story of the laid on the Caimelite nunnery, at Ranalagh, lie ^as awakened, and oid ored to open the gates, whereupon four loriies diove in The occupants' 'woie courteous, and receiving a negative re ply to the query whether ' the! monks; weie piesont, piomibed to cause, the least possible trouble. - Aftei searching the convent, the paity lequesttd tho Pnoiess to pi.iy for them.. The lattoi shook hands and wished the intruders a happy New Year. M The Inspection ot the giave of a re cently buried nun was veiy supei fici.il, the seaichers not leaching the coffin Seaich ligh(s pl.ned on tlic giounds dm ing the laid. , t,,
THE TURF. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
THE TURF. ' FIXTURE8. - i ~ '» JANUARY. 7, 8. — Inverell. 11, 12. — Bingara. ' 18, 1 3.— Taniworth. 20.— N. and N. W. D. R. Association at Tamworth. 26, 27. — Glen Innes. 26 27. — Werris CreeK 26— Wlllala (BoRgabrO. All Heights. 2G— Barraba Hibernian All Heights, 26.— Bendemoer All-IieightH. 29.— Guyra All-Heights. FEBRUARY. 1, 2.— Werris Creek (G.F.). 2, .',.— Uralla. 2, !!.— Murrurundi (O.F). 9, lO.—Arinidale Cup Meeting. IB, 17. — Quirlndi. .-: 24. 25.— Walcha Picnic 2S— Walcha Jockey Club. (By 'Poitrel.' __. __ ! ' TAMWORTH J.C ENTRIES. Entries for the Tannvortli Jockey Club's big Summer Meeting closed on Wednesday when. 138 nominations were received for the first day, and 151 for. the second, including a number from Sydney and Newcastle. Given lino weather this should be one o£ the most successful meetings held by the Tannvorth Jockey Club. INVERELL RACES TO-DAY. The iirst day's racing of the Inverell, ' jocUev Club's Summer meeting will lake place to-day. The following should ...
ISON'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
ISON'S PICTURES. What is perhaps the' most awe-inspir ing scenery ever recorded by the motioi picture- camera is seen in 'Blind Hup bands,' the Universal photodrama of th- TIeyroan Alps, showing at Ison's Then tro, to-night The photodrama stars Eri- Stroheim, who besides directing anr' acting in the picture himself, vwrote th- stbrv. Sirohoim . deDicts the role o' Lieutenant Von Streuben, of the Auf trian army. '. He goes to a fashionabli* Alpine '-resort to prey upon all woman kind.; Through suave mock courtesy an- attention ;? to llho smallest detail he en deavors to ruin the life of a beautifu American woman, touring with her hus band. Failing in his purpose, he turns, his attention to the simple girls of tin village. His downfall comes in the Ire mendous climax at the very top of the highest peak in the lofty Alps;' It- is f stupendous scene,, fraught with dange; to both actors, the wronged husband ant tho human vulture as they struggle fo' tho possession of a letter on the vev»...
MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
MARKET REPORT. ..- The A.M.L. and : F. Co., Ltd., report, Tanuary 4, 1931 : — EYoni press reports it , would appear that the proposed formation of the'' Aus- tralian Wool Realisation Association or Assets Company to deal with the 1,800, 000» bales of wool now held by the Im perial Government is finding favor with those best able to express an opinion ?-n the master, viz: Sir Arthur Gold finch, Director of Raw Materials, and Lord Inverforth, Director of Munitions,, whose very creditable work during the | war is now so- favorably known.. Ad- 1 verse criticism still continues from the Yorkshire section of the Trade, which 's interesting, but. it could hardly be ex pected that their point o[ view would coincide with that of the holders of the! wool, and when it i« realised that so far is this market js concerned their pur-' chases in the season prior to the. war I only represented'' 7§,000 bales of the wool sold in Sydney, and further, as it 's known that much of tho accumulated wool is...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
*— ___ : — ? CHEAP FARM. EASY TERMS. 'rr , £600 REQUIRED. '' . 1200' ACRES CP. and C.L. Four miles from' Gunneduli. 800 acres Wheat Land ,j' of- which 400 acres have been cleared for plough. Balance low grazing ridges. All ringbarked except 300 acres. Boundary practically wtre . , , netted. Subdivided into six paddocks. Watered by good permanent , |» i wells, fitted with windmill and troiighing. Price, £2/7/6 per acre . .\,h present title. Terms, £600 Cash, balance can remain on mortgage on ' * . easy terms. £700 of which is secured to the Government Savings Bank n of N.SW. for 30 years.. We recommend this property to intending , ,* pui chasers of Wheat Growing Land. JGARY1N AND COUSENS, LTD., TAMWORlE A BARGAINi;FQR yCASH,; , , ; ? , I, I Nice, Home. ;, ?J™-':*™*^ Elevatetl jfositipn': v-ffi ..; SITUATED in nice elevated posiUon, Corner Block, containing 1 acre. Brick Cottage of four large rooms, Kitchen, ' Pantry, Laundi-y, Back and Front Verandahs. Water. Electric light. Nice Gar...
QUEENSLAND. The Northern State from Week to Week. IN RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
QUEENSLAND. __ ? ^_ ? The Northern State from Week to Week. (From Our Brisbane Correspondent.) 1 ' IN RECESS. The House is in recess and few mem bers are now seen haunting ? George street.; most of them being away for the lolidays. Although the adjournment is inly temporary, pending tho result of lie loan, it is quite unlikely that Parlia ment will be asked to re-assemble be 'ore July. Ali'eady some* of the Minis-. :ers are preparing the itinerary of pros icctive tours, some going North, some ;oing West and some going to the South. Several -of the rank and file of .he Labor members intend going South it a later' date to the A.W.U. Conven tion, and there is a suggestion that a few members of the. Opposition intend ;oing during the recess as far as the. ilildura irrigation- settlement. Whether hat will come about, however; may de jend on circumstances. Mention already ms been made in tho press of the Pros -ective Bills in the next session, but as he session's work will bo bounded by h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
FOR THE STOMACH AND THE BLOOD. ?^ ; Dr. Williams' Pink Pills* . Many who' suffer from indigestion be lieve that they have some serious or ganic disorder. They become melan choly and depressed and worry aggra vates their illness. . - '?? (There is a curious double relation be tween the blood and the stomach and few people, in treating indigestion, rea use the inter-dependence that exists Rich, red blood .is necessary to assist in the digestive processes. If the bloor is deficient the digestion suffers. On the other hand the blood is the agent by which nourishment is carried to all parts of the body. If the blood fails to jret enough food to distribute, the entire body, especially the nervous system suffers. It is important- in cases of in digestion to build up the blood _ To build up the blood there is nothing better than Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. They tone up the entire system, make the blood rich and rod strengthen tho nerves, Increase the ap petite, put color in th...