ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Northern Daily Leader, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 11,150 items from Northern Daily Leader, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
11,150 results
A.W.U. AND I.W.W. Released Men Against Union. "Worker" Indignant. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

; AiW;Uc AND M.W'.W.' : Released' Men Against Union. : . . ? . '-.Worker' Indignant. ? ? svnwiiiv- Wri;iaw ;Th'e'; official- organ' of' the AfV^.Ui,' in ?an- article,'.;says:r 'fit. isi rather disoon concerting to ;? those \yho would like to believe in the innate decency of, human natui-b' to ieiirn tliat a'ni'bng the' 'peculiar gang' Vriio'''''are' st'riViiig- to seduce tho buslv workers froiir their, allegiance to t!he, jA.'W.U. are two released. I.W.W. prisoners . One would expect, them to refrain' from waging wanton war1 :'6n- the dnion that was so largely- instrumental in* securing tliein liberty. Without' the powerful advocacy of this paper, .they would still be on the' wrong aide pf the pi'-ison' ba'rs; arid' in any years of durance vile' wolild- be' beroi-e' them. Their ener gies ^oulU have no wider scope than that affprded'toy, inarching up' and down the g,aol yard, with a. warder's scowling '3j'b Upon' thenV.' ,'?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Swearing that Black is White. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

Swearing that Black is White. 41 Ocfrncurrently ? ?with the Treasurer's expected ?announcement that the . £3,0^0,000 loan lias been largely under subscribed by the people oi! this State comes the financial statement for the six months ended December 31, 1920, showing that in spite o£ an unprece dented increase in the revenue there is 'every prospect of an addition of another £1,000,000 to the deficit at the end of next June. The, addition of about £4,000,000 of' taxation for this ?yea»- -brought the Budget estimate oil expenditure to £34,000,000; but despite the buoyant revenue returns the llrst six months' figures indicate that unless ?0, miracle happens not more than £33,000,000 will be received to the end of tho financial-, year, leaving a defi diency which, added to last year's de ficit, will mean that New South Wales will about the middle of this year be over^X2,000,000 short of the amount neefleU to balance the ledger. ——In— face of this appalling .financial 'impasse it become...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

--SPECIAL FORicAST~ For tbe Northern . Tablelands and INorth and North-Western Slopes, sup plied to 'The Northern Daily Leader' ?by the State Meteorologist, from the latest figures available each afternoon. LiL- ?? Cloudy, with a few scattered show era,' in northern part; otherwise fine and warmer; east to north winds. the; northern daily leader. SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1921.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Oil Supplies. ANTI-BRITISH SPEECH IN AMERICA. VANCOUVER, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

Oil Supplies. ,ANTI-BR!TISH SPEECH IN AMERICA (Uei tei b lolegiam ) VANCOUVER Tridiy At Washington 111 the eouise of a speech to d 1/ Senitoi Maclvellar (Tennes'-ee) saiJ Biitaln should be ie tused Ameiicin oil until the United Stales was tiven an* e\en bieak in1 Mesopotimia Up ib-crled th it Biitain wis oObbling the woiids futuio oil fields while depending on Amei ica 'for eu rent suppl} He snd We have the powei lo foice in adjustment by cutting off Unglinds supply Uei mi) will bo heveiel- linn dicipped md many meichant shlpb 1 uu up Then she will bo foiced to come to terms Scnatoi 'NlacRellir uiged the pissa=e of a bill ictubin,j \1ne11cpn oil to anj nation' miint lining the closed dooi pohcj ' ( A1 fcicrimento message sijs a bill piohibltin'1 illens ' owning California land intioduced in the Stito Sonitoto d ij ' is b lid to be limed it the Pngllsh and Dutch oil compmies nii\ir 1 I. \i 1 — 1

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reds in Persia. BRITISH POST LOST AND REGAINED. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

^jUiSls; in v;Per3Ja. , BRITISH POST LOST AND REGAINED (Iteute r b Telegram ) . liON'BON, Friday. The1 Wai OK ce reports considerable actf\itj.in tbo iM iugobar.-Slahrud area 20 milos south of Resht, when the Reds aitlllcned 1 B Itlsh post on December '6 and 28 md Red infantry ' dro\e in tho po t Subsequently re nfoieemenls ucii Hired Iho position, and following up the .success drove off an enemy picket south of Siahrud. We 'osl two we ind d ind the 'tleds two. killed, 0110 wounded anil one prisoner/ A hostile foico, under cover of the ilancness, tooic up n position north-west ?it/ Maggobar_ on December 28. It .was' ?nit lo flight, by our troops, 'leaving- nine' 'tilloii and two prisoners. The captures Included a nushian officer, two machine guns antl 12 rifles.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Defiant De Valera. HUNT STILL CONTINUES. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

Defiant De Valera. HUNT STILL CONTINUES (?Reuters Telegi 1111) LONDON1 Tadiy Do vale 1 b nianiiciio says 11 ai when the lepiesent iti\es of Iho Kn= libh nition ue piepircd to meet the ie present itives ot the IiibJi 5n itiou upon 111 equil nilional j footing peiee tilk wiLl be ,posbible j , j { It f It, btated th't the Toices ot the Oiow 11 me \»iv issiduously seui thing ton De \ leu whonit,they lie finest anxious^to^aiiefet r ? t , 'Ihe ,t own of reimoy w is ipcentlj fined £100 bociuse, (he, niiiuil liw piocl ini itions we. e loin down As the fine w ib imp lid the ,U oops t jpsteid.iy ei/ed gooils \ilued il £25 e ich finm each of foui leiding tiadesmen The dneclois of .the TieoT-ans Jom nil h-y-p bden leleascd fioin puson on tho tiouid of ill lie vllli

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Viscount Milner Resigns. COLONIAL OFFICE PROBLEM. Control of Dominions' Business. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

Viscount iilner Resigns. COLONIAL OFFICE PROBLEM Control of Dominions' Business. (United Service). LOVDON T idi\ The ' Stii sns tint Viscount Mil ner's resignation is in the hands of the Premier. He is pressing for immediate release from office. (Published in 'The Times.') ?The. 'contemplated resignation of Vis fount 'Uilnei 1 ib iB nil 1 used the qucs tion of ' the future control of Dominions' matters In London. . The Dominions. ha\o bee foi some time uiging tint their affair's -.should no longer beacon trolled by the Colonial Office. It was uggested tint 1 new Domin ions Depiiiinont should be constituted, under the Lord President of the Conn-; cii 1 lough no decision his b(in gi\en there is c\eiy leison 10 bolieM. I'lat thp piopobil his been consideied though it piesent all sut^o^tioiib of this ni hue me in tlie malting pot owing to the considerable amount o£ Cabinet, re construction which is imminent; \ _,nve ic sponbioilltj iwtuts tho Premiei 111 d the nition is faced wllh the m...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

Such of tho Cable News on th!i Paije so nedileil has dpjjedrod In 'Tht Times,' arid Is cabled to Australia h- special permission, It should De unoer stood that the opinions are not thos or 'This Times' uvAm expressly s«at i4 18 iW W. ?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST CABLE NEWS Britain and Russia. DIFFICULTIES IN NEGOTIATIONS. Soviet Evasive. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

LATEST CABLE NEWS Britain and Russia. DIFFICULTIES IN NEGOTIATIONS. ..,? ,t 1 Soviet: Evasive: , ? (Router's Telegram)... ... ,' !JLOXD'6 n! ' Thursday. ; -The Foreign Office pubHslies. a tele gram received .frrmi M. Chicherin, pn D'dcciiiljtjrl 2l')v.'KPir5i)cila:t.lng!u1ieKiil)n'^lbilii y! for the ],rotraction of coimn'ercial ne^o t.iaiions, and 'declaring : readiness to. ac- cept the trade agreement concluded last summer, and to confer with the British Ooveriimeni with rc-ferciK'e to tlie hit ter's fiubseciuent action regarding poli tical clauses. Lord Curzon replied on Ja.nuary 6, re futing II. Ohicherin's assertions, and re c 'ling e-=pecnliv Ilie deli}-, laused by \I Kimenifls inlenentien ? 11 the in ternal politics oi' Britain, and. Russian ill-li'.'eatment -and detention or- British ers. He * declared ... that the present, do laj was due to Ihe ppibistenl cmti\oc 1 tion ot th° Soviet Govenimont with ie rud lo the conditiors lecep td in July wllh releidnco lo picpigmdi L011I ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PACIFIC POWERS JAPAN DENIES AGGRESSIVENESS. Friendship for America. LONDON Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

PACIFIC POWERS JAPAN DENIES AGGRESSIVENESS Friendship for Amei ica (United Service): T/mnriM TliuvorllMIV Biion Ilij-ishi mtei viewed b- the Stindiid give 1 pos tive assurance that Japan wis not cn^ited 111 a mv il piogi unine with the object ot being it giessive '01 e\en/fpiovoeiti\e She had no ide 1 oC becoming the iniiitime die t itoi of the Pacific 01 ot na\ il compe Hfrinii S w.lMi - A«im*ipf|. Miiiiut\ .n.iui.. «*.iu\*. . *.- 1 This.' he said .'would be directly op posed to the vei- old pohcj o£ fnend ship now uttuiling us townds Amen ct 11 vis giovs mibrepiesenlation to suggest that the. Anglo-Japanese Alli ance was ever, intended to be used bj Japan to menace 'Ame'ioa. Modern Japan was no longer .anima ted, by the purely militaristic spirit ol former years. A democratic spirit was 'awakening, governed by the principler it variance with militarism, ?lie added: 'Japan does not desire to absorb China oi1 abolish . (lie open deoi policy. , She has the same friendship foi Chun is...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH XI. Match Against Ballarat. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

' ENGLISH XI Match Against Ballarat. MELBOURNE; Friday. .Dallarat district cricketers set out to ld ij in an oideavoi to eclipse the per toimanccb of the 13 ill 11 it teim in 1012 ?when it scored 'IS 1 -,1111st the Liinlish team ind that of IS'7* when the Aus tialian team undei Muidoch ni ide onl- S) ao lin t the Bill 11 bowlei Dout, Srs Hendien Sti uh/ick ind llowell blood out ot tl e 1 nolish teun to da- Billai it won tho toss and decided to bit flist on 11 ,;ood \ lcket Scoies — BALLARAT. — ruhl Innings r Bilcei b Pukin * H Ileinng c llilch b Paikin j a Ken b Waddington a & Cuj b W iddin&ton ? ??????-?? ?-?^-J-r z- Philip c Jlukepeace b Tender j ' j 53 Wdodtul not out f ,' 50 Cuitis, b Parkin ' ' I \ 2i , Stibcinack b Wilson 'N , 01 Sticet 1 b w , b Wilson' ' f , 0 Nijle not out ' j 0 Simdiies '? u'^ - ,\ 25o 'lot,, 8 wickets Ar- '^ «»« $8? 1 V Litcis Eillni it \ eio ill out foi 211 Bowling Wilson 4 £01 1 2V Wadding- ton 2 101 il P u kin 3 foi 44, rendci, 1 for 11...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reduction of Navies. SUSPICION IN AMERICA Jap Ships in British Yards. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

Reduction of Navies. SUSPICION IN AMERICA **' ? ' — ? ! -.- Jap Ships in British Yards. . ,..(.UnH.od . Service.) ?-.',..- LONDON,' Friday. The American view of the proposed reduclioiv of armaments is not free oC ?iifi' 'undercurrent o£ more or le-ss pro nounced suspicion. . ,.' ? The 'Daily News' New York corres pondent says British statesmen cannot take too seriously the impression cre ated in America and the Dominions by the news, of which they; have now real ised tlie full significance, that tlireo Japanese warships ot the. latest 'type ue it piesmt build nL, in Bull li \ u-dB. Rightly or wrongly, this is taken as a threat against.' the English-speaking na tions of the Now World. Referring ;rto the recent report re specting the Pacific, naval station, the correspondent adds lhat it is sisnifl canl that the American Atlantic fleet lias been ordered to join the Pacific lleet at contests and manoeuvre:

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Olympic Games. BRITISH RESOLUTIONS. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

Olympic Games. BRITISH RESOLUTIONS (Reuter's Telegram), LONDON ;Friday. The Councils of Ihe British Olympic Association' adopted a resolution in fa :vo'f*bf- the ? creation of an international administrative committee al futUue Olympic games It. also paused a resolution demanding that, the full code of rules govprning the Olvmpic p^mes fonnulatpiT it Lau sanne, prior to the Olympic at Antwerp be ?? binding on the organisation com mittee. 1

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Empire Trade. SAMPLES FOR DOMINIONS. Prince of Wales' Views. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

Empire Trade. SAMPLES FOK DOMINIONS Prince of Wales' Views. (iu uioi s J 1 lcm un) LONDON fiidiy. Hip P incp of \\ lie-, ms ted the ex hibition ol lrid- *? unplps wh ch lie to lour the Dominions. He said that lio realised during his recent- tour thai we were in danger of losing our hold oncer tain markets in the Dominions, in which wo wg formerly supreme. But he was convinced the danger is only tern He; was confident, the exhibition would be warmly welcomed and do much to remove .the impression that. British! meichpnls did not hilly ieili--e Ihe im portance of tride with the 1 mpne and the e eit opportunities foi dp\ doping it

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARRAMATTA SMASH. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

PARRAMATTA SMASH. SYDNEY, Friday. Oliver Hemper, one of the victims of the .Parrnmatta smash, is now reported out of danger. -

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

PERSONAL. Mr. G. Tlray-Gnrilon has resigned ' from tho position as secretary to tho Tnm wortli District nepalriation Committee to accept an appointment on (he Admin istration Staff oC the Northern Teri'i lory. ? ...._?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERSTATE CRICKET. New South Wales Starts Badly. TAYLOR AND GREGORY SAVE COLLAPSE Great Fielding Display. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

INTERSTATE. CRICKET. New South Wales Starts Badly. TAYLOR AND GREGORY SAVE COLLAPSE Great Fielding Display. ADELAIDE. FridaT. The return Sheffield Shield match be tween. S.A. and N.S.W., was commenced at the Adelaide Oval 'to-day. The wick et ,w.iS hi' perfect order, and Collins, on winning the toss from Steele, elected to v ba't.'' 'Mailey and 'Olilfield stood out ol' the New South Walss side. There was oniy a moderate attend ance when Bardsley and Collins opened to tlie howling ' of Whilty and Fisher. When only 7 runs had foeen scored Col lins chased .a fairly wide ball from Whitly,' but failing 10 get' on to it pro perly, snicked it. 'into the . hands of \1nble1 1 Kellc\ \y followed ind opened quel 1 Hudslr\ shijim^ bLiiutitulh diove Fishei to the bound in Kcllcw y pushed -Whitty to'mid on, and called Uaidoloj foi in nnposiiblc 11111 Pishei picked up splendidly, and threw the nickel down BiuKicy bemt juds out | at U10 time. Two wickets had fallen lor .15 inns. Taylor opened-- wit...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Fine Weather Generally Indicated. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

COMiWONWEALrH METEOROLOGY Fine Weather Generally indicated SYDNEY Tndav Piessure 'Note Ihe dibtnbution ot ilmobpheiic piesstue is snnil 1 in mm} ie pectb to tint ol Jtlim day in deed some slight increase in the cen tral barometric values of tho .'high' lus. t iken pi lee between 1 isminl 1 ml tho South Island of New Zealand, whilst the seiic ol tiopitil dips is slnl in cm denee au^l off oui eoist It w is the co-operation of these iwo influences which hid hitheilo been ie pons bio to: vei-y heavy ralni' in tho coastal dis tricts.. Tho. .only -appaKnt alteration, and one by which the South Coastal areas are affected, is 11 slight tilting, of tho 'high,' which should result in a contraction of. the 'rain area' to the Northern Coast, that is, about north from' Newcastle, somo further heavy falls being likely. East to north-east winds are again indicated, with warm, Btfitry conditions generally, and except for some scattered rain on the Central and Northern Tablelands, the weather should...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Beyond All Reason." SEAMEN AND FIREMEN'S CLAIMS. Owners' Firm Stand. Not Anxious to Meet Stewards. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

'Beyond 111- 'Ream' SEAMEN AND FIREMEN'S CLAIMS -..??? Owners' Firm Stand Not Anxious to Meet Stewards SYDNEY rndiy In. shipping circles it lias been known 'or a long time that a big strike was to ie declared, but the shipowners wore mder the impression that the ' stand vould be made by the unions concerned vhen tlie Seamen's and Firemen s 131 -l ?ient expired this year. The slow uds have, however, upset calculation-. uul -.nfcrtunately brought, about an upheaval ' hree months sooner than -was expected Havint; reviewed the situation the own ms came to the. conclusion that even if. lie stewards decided immediately to 10 urn to work there would' -be -no k sump Jon .on their part. ?? : A new log prepared by the Seamen's uu! Firemen's Union is- ready, and 'the :luims put forward are said by the. own irs to' be beyond all reason.- In f icf it ?as been decided to make a fight, against, he ever- changing agreement* isked bv he men. H is said by others that the ? firemen ire asking for incr...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRIBUNAL REFUSED. Unless Shipowners Agreeable MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

TRIBUNAL REFUSED. Unless Shipowners Agreeable ., ,/ MELBOURNE, Tudiy Tho 1, ?30cret.11- of' Ihc Ti insporl \vtoiken' F(5deia(.ion mtci viewed 'Mi '?lushes iaud ' uiged that ) .1 tiibunil 'i'u!rt ha u.ppninied under -tnorlndiif tii.il Peace Act to settle the hlou 1 ds .1 Ke |. 1 . 1 ] Mr Hughes condemned the stuke is aus'ns much haidship to tho commun ty He lefused .i tubun.il, unless; the ihipowneni were agreeable.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x