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WORLD'S WOOL. BIG SUPPLIES ANTICIPATED. Values Lower. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921
WORLD'S WOQL. BIG SUPPLIES ANTICIPATED ?'?????;?_ Values Lower. (United Service) LONDON, Tiidaj 1 -'The- 'Yorkshire Observer' leviewing he wool prospects in Aus-trali 1 Iscw Zealand, South Africa and South Amrii in,-'' anticipates that; the supplies will, be anormouiS. The demand is likely to bo stimulated by a lower level oi \ ilui s ?esultinc in the liquidation of the vast listing stocks, though iC the Central European states enter the market in 1.921 the shrinkage of prices nny 1 e retarded. The prospect nf a temporal j Amei' ;an embargo of foreign wools must bo considered. The article does not anticipate high ?-r prices, but locks to a furihei shnnli ago in the value of merino wool. There may possibly shortly be 11 movement in favor, of rougher material, though the cost of manufacture is new an impovl anl. factor. ?
IRISH STRIFE. Archbishop Clune's Mission. PLOT IN LONDON. Smuggled Arms From Continent. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921
IRISH STRIFE. Archbishop Clune's Mission. PLOT IN LONDON. ? ' ? ' . ,.i!::!?M'. r Smuggled Arms From ; Continent, . v (Unjited Service.) LONDON. Thursday; ',' Archbishop Clune has postponed -liis ? departure at the Premier's request. Tho. Premier has undertaken to secure .* berth whenever Archbishop -decidcai to leave. ? A, Sinn Fein plot to blow up the jew-, ei house in the Tower bv time fuse bombs. was.. revealed by documents cap tured by ihe police in a raid. Special protective measures have boon taken. Cases marked 'ladies .'underwear' were confiscated by the Customs when con ^Ignetl from the Continent to .Irel^n/J When opened, they disclosed hundred!) of the' latest pattern revolvers
MANIFESTO PUZZLE. Unsatisfactory Explanations. Still Ray of Hope. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921
MANIfESTO PUZZLE Unsatisfactory Explanations Still Ray of Hope (Published in The limps ) LONDON Thin sday Tho limes Dubnn conespondenl 1wues an inteiesting commentary upon De Vileids nnnife'sto nhicn is legaid ed js 1'itLentic notwithstindina its ln^li handed tone at the olo e Students olVlreland are most unduly depressed, Tlieie- ii( thiee possible exp iitions of De \ lei is -attitude Tint, he is piepircd to nesotlite all An Lloyd George's terms, but. is waiting ...to ith'e1 1 ist in the possible hope ot making a better bargain. 'Second, as an irreconcilable, :republi- eri he vishcb to gne a stimulus to the1 campaign. lliml h& inteiuions ire piciiic ibut ire momeii* irilj oveiboino by the weight of the extremists. Ihe nisi ind thud expl mitions aie meconeilible the beeond ib inconbibl ent. 1 Iheie 1 1 univoi^il belief tint he .'could not' bo in Ireland without the Go vernment's knowledge. The : country theieroro desp tt the stitement waits hopefully upoi event ?It is -point...
ALLEGED MALICIOUS WOUNDING. Accused Committed. SYDNEY Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921
ALLEGED MALICIOUS WOUNDING. Accused Committed. At. the Redfern Police Court to-ilay, .WHlIani/., Judge, 32, was committed ' for li'iijjjj-on a charge of maliciously .wound - it-g™,ohii-i!|i!tolV':\v-l?6v'«a;fd .flMt 'Judge, at tacf^jd hiitfU'lUi'but aily irroW&'tjon, and ? he tfanded'tt 'fetiirn5 punch', 'which knock nd:, accused over. Witness then tried to *;-aclfy hhn, but. some minutes later Judg-b came -to' .his hbu.se, and slabbed witness on' the head with a- knife. 'Wit-, ness -'.o'scaijpd-, an'd paid1, a visit to the. hospital, where he had twelve to fifteen wounds dressed.
LIVING ONLY FOR LOVE. VANISHING IDEAL. Mr. Arnold Bennett on Wives who Work [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921
Wm ONLY FOR LOVE, :^ 1 J ; VVANlSHING IDEAL. Mr' A'rnoJtl: Bennett' on Wives wlio Work ' . ..That the basis of love is undergoing a: change is ^one of the conclusions'* to' which- Mr. Arnold Bennett, gives expres sion '.in his latest book, 'Our Womein.' ...'Let. us. examine one aspect of the re ,latiQU!i.,betweciu..men and women,'- ho ;s!ays. 'in' fh'e p'criqd \v'hiclv~by common; qcais.pnf. h.ys Just^c'lbsefi.^ ,3j\ the,.;., top Icias^, -tliej.-cljiss', ?^ni;-cli-./^Jiau('ov^ucc^eded laiict; which KGt,. the ti-'ne, .wiiyi.iiUid'.K'-tlH: average niaii' miijf ry ? . ? , Wd fllrrive a£ the conclusion that man must have married largely in order to have a companion. ] And' girls, v/ero; brought1. up; tpr.be 'com- i panions to men, ..though in-. a far less' de- '] sree, and Avilh I'ar less se.riousness than, i say, the Japanese mousniee. ? ! . 'Thus the destiny and- honor of wo-i. man was to be; parasitic. : Amon;; ] women there was always a competitio::' for men. In this competition gene...
IN THE BOLSHEVIK PARADISE WIDESPREAD OFFICIAL CORRUPTION. Lenin not to be Seen. Actors Live on Government Money. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921
IN THE BOLSHEVIK PARADISt WIDESPREAD OFFICIAL CORRUPTION. Lenin not to be Seen. Actors Live on Government Money. What' life' in' Moscow is like at the present moment is vividly portrayed in a -letter , from the able Italian war cor respondent, Luciano Magrini, who has accompanied -.the Italian Socialist depu tation there on a specal mission of in cjiilry for the Milan 'Secolo' newspaper. Unlike Petrosrad; Moscow counts a population as numerous as ever; only ', it is in a much filthier condition, the i [iiiblic services are loss well organised, ? iiiid official corrputiori is far more wide spread. ', ; Street sweepings and' rubbish from ] private dwellings are piled and burned' , i\i tlie middle' bttlidroiuls. i :-:':. £200 CAB FAJftilS. ' ; ? ? ?? '?- ?-._:? . ?: .. .?_. ... j » There are fewer trains,' but more !cabs ' than irr Pbtrogradi ? The fares1 are* chea per. Y'ou can drive through the! city for half an hour lor the comparatively modest' sum of 2000 rubles (£200). Tlie posta...
Mr Hugh Ward, Inverell. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921
Mr.Hugli Ward, Inverell;; , On,, Tuesday p.r last week Mr. Hugh Ward,! 'vyhb resided in- Ross Street, Iri vel'e'H; 'passed' away after an* illness of. .opr .12' months. . The deceased who was Tnit 37 years of age, developed liing trouble seme little time ago and came to Inverell 18 mouths ago in the hope that, the. climate would cure him.. pX--bis malady;' A widow and one 'little' girl,' aged, four ,. years, . are . leu.. Another ch'iUl1' was; tlie 'Victmi' of a. fatal*5 burning accident., In addition to his family there are' two 'siSters and' two' bi-oth'eVs living. They are) 'Mrs. A1. DeFrairie,' Inverell; Mrs. : A.vCha.ndler, -Glen Innes;' -Ali'..' W.1 WaVrd, Inverell; and Mr. J; Ward,' Graf ton. The. funeral to the Church of. Eng- land p'o'rtibn of the Inverell' cemetery took place on Wednesday afternoon'.
NORTHERN OBITUARIES. Mr. Emanuel John Flynn, Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921
NORTHERN OBITUARIES Mr. Emanuel John Flynn, Newcastle. ; The death occurred at his residence' Xewcomen-Ktreet, Newcastle, on Tues day hlghC'or Sir. Bmiinuel jbhn Plyh'ri, former secretary of the Newcastle Chamber of. ; Com-mcrce. In his early, life lie joined', tlie Imperial services, alitl in 1S7D he volunteered ' for service in' the Zulu waj. 'Later he engaged in: commercial life in France, and coming later to Australia, joine'd the police force as a troopor.' He was afterwards: appointed to a position on the instruc tional staff of the Now South Wales military forces, and was closely asso ciated with the formation of the Light *-»wia^-. ill tlllLl UillJilUiLy I1U Wita bULLlUIl' ed in Mus\vell brook, and also in the northern rivers district. He was after wards attached, to the Illawarra Light Horsoj and the Sydney Lancers. I'or ii time Mr. FLvnn carried on classes in' fencing and swordsmanship in New castle: Ho engaged in journalism in different parts of Australia, and' look a kee...
CENTRALISATION RUN WILD. Bathurst Poultry Farmers Indignat. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921
CENTRALISATION RUN WILD. Batlnirst Poultry Farmers Indignant. A' Bathurst ' inc-s.sase states that a peculiar position has arisen over tho supply df .poultry wheat. Local grow ers, whose wheat was damaged by rain, desire to dispose of as much of their stock as possible to Bathurst store keepers, but find they cannot do so. One prominent business' house wired to tho Wheat Board, asking could it bo :cnt from Sydney by .truck only, and at ?from 8/ to 0/ ' 11 buahei. This1 meant that wheat will have lo be first trucked n Sydney before local people can pur chase, ' ' ....;:... . ? -- 1