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HUGHES ON THE PILLORY. WEAK DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 April 1921
HUGHES ON THE PILLORY. WEAK DEFENCE. .The Prime Ministe r attémpts'" . to to Refend true. Commonwealth,. ; concerning th* wheat sales to Ger- many and states that much of "the . criticism against the* price.of local .?=.. consumption arises from a complete misunderstanding of thc facts. He '* explains that in view of the alarming fall in the price of Wheat meal and other products upon which Australia depended it was essential to financial and industrial stability that Australia make immediate arrangements for cf .fcctively marketing wheat. He owns that thc Australian consumer- ihas. > nothing to complain about. -
MINDING OUR BUSINESS. BIT OF STRING-PULLING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 April 1921
MINDING OUR BUSINESS. BIT OF STRING-PULLING. ^.Referring to thç , expectation in well-informed quarters that the Aus- tralian Exchange position ^ will be considerably easier in the next few months the London " Times " sounds a note of warning and expresses the hope tha*t trade revivial willi not be the signal for a fresh outburst of .unrestricted optimism and reckless -borrowing. It advises Australia to ^pursue a policy of rigid economy for j ?Jjhe next few years, restricting capí- ¡ .tal expenditu e to reproductive work.' j
PICKING A TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 April 1921
PICKING A TEAM. The -Times " states that Ihe prob i lem of picking a test team capable ol ocating Armstrong's eleven on tng I usn wickets is causing the M.C.C. great anxiety. Drastic alterations to I me Douglas unsuccessiul eleven are suggested. There is a possibility of om players, including try and spooner, participating.
WON'T WASH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 April 1921
- WON'T WASH. Lord Edmund Talbot has been ap- j pointed to succeed Lord French as I first Viceroy of Ireland under the aew regime. Talbot's appointment is significant as he is the leading lay Roman Catholic in the Kingdom and also the first Roman Catholic to be appointed Viceroy of Ireland.
ESMONDE SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 April 1921
ESMONDE SPEAKS. Mr. Esmonde was allowed to land i in Vancouver on the understanding rhat he would proceed direct to Eng- j land. He stated that there was. more ainn Fein flags in Sydney Harbour | than Union Jacks. He blames a drunken Viceroy and murderous pol- iticians for the Irish trouble.
CRISIS IMPENDING [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 April 1921
CRISI§ IMPENDING Great Britain is. on the verge of an industrial crisis'more serious than any yet- known. The Coalminers' Federation has resolved to strike, withdrawing, men from the coal min- es including some pump men. Rail- way men and transport workers are being summoned by the strikers, and the demand : is that if the minig in- dustry cant ««ff ord the wages .asked the Government should1 subsidise it.
THE GREAT STRIKE. FIGHT TO A FINISH. FIERY SPEECH. Later. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 April 1921
THÉ GREAT STRIKE. . FIGHT TO A FINISH. ^ FIERY SPEECH. . . « Later. The deadlock.regarding the coal- mining dispute continues. Mass ^meet- ings,are:: being held throughout the country with the object of instruc- ting delegates to the London Confer- ence as, to whether~the railwaymen ' and transport workers should come Cut in sympathy with the miners. Newcastle and Gateshead railwaymen pieagcti support to the miners to any tx cent. Tne Derby railwaymen car- ried a resolution standing solid with the miners, recognising thal upon j the issue of the struggle depends the i status of workers as a whole for gen- erations. Representative owners ad- dressed a meeting of North Staitord oiúrc miners explaining that unless volunteers manned the pumps many iiiues would be dosed .permanently, ^ooo volunteers offered to \nan thc ¿jumps. All principal district bran- dies of railwaymen have voted in favor oí a sympathetic strike carry- ing resolutions mostly in the same form declaring their determin...
ENGLISH INDUSTRIAL CRISIS. Later. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 April 1921
ENGLISH INDUSTRIAL CRISIS. Later. : The British Coal strike is in full swing. Pumping is being maintained in most mines. The Lords and Com- mons"" reassemble on "April 4 to dis- cuss the position.' Special constables are being- enrolled. Approximately ^1,200,000 men, women and boys are : out df work. ? The districts are quiet ^ and thereris*m> disorder.
GLOOMY OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 April 1921
GLOOMY OUTLOOK.. V: The management of the -Broken ,r - Hill .Associated Smelters. intimates"^ ; * there are no prospects of resumption . of smelting operations at Port Pirie ,t v , while working costs and metal ,values~ ~1 remain' as at present ; unless the cost of production can be reduced the ^ -, works will close down T permanently, t
GOOD BARGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 April 1921
GOOD BARGAIN. > Marconi-wireless has made an ar- rangement with the Peruvian Gov- ernment and acquired the right for 25 year's to operate the whole postal and telegraphic wireless services of Peru. The" Coy rece'ves 5 per' cent of the gross receipts ;arid 50 per cent of the-:annual profits.