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LESS FLIES IN ENGLAND. Due to Cold and Wet and More Motoring. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
LESS FLIES ,)N ENGLAND. Due to jCold and Weji and Iflpre Motoring. ' Where are the flies this summer ime?' Everybody is coinmehling . on the absence of the summer nuisance and entomologists ' and others who go moth hunting are lamenting tfc.fe ? rarity of all kinds or insects (says the' London 'Daily TvJail')! ' ' ?; ' ' ' 'You need go no farther than thq so called summer we have had in ' ibokinp fop an explanation of the absence o$ fjtes.' said ah entomoIoKlst V* th'e R'ri. tish Museum ' yestei-ijay. 'The WhUhu ous autumn whicli 'ijas occuple'd tli'e place of summer, with its cool/ ,^ot weather, has been all again6rth'e breed- ' ing of- flies, who require '' hot 'days for rapid niulti plication. ' ' '?' ' ' 'Tho incre'as'ing uso of motor traffic in tho streets in tho place of H6rse d'niwn traffic has also helped in keeping down the plague of fljes, for horse ma nure is the favorite breeding ground of the common, house fly.' .-'?-:?
CLUB-LIKE INNS. Where a Man can Take his Wife. French System Imitated. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
QLUBrLIKE INNS. . v Where a Man can Take, his Wife. . [ French System Imitated.' ?, ''v ' i Frenchmen were not ashaoied. our sol diers found during thoT\rar, to :bring their wives . and families to share in ;the club life which jho eslaminet seemed'. to' fos tor (says the London 'Daily ?Mair.'1-') This discovery, together with the plea sure or taking their .drinks while com fortably seated, and. in cold weather, near a warm stove', has created a .de mand for something ' new in' piiblic ?houses in English villages. ' ' ' ' '' . Institutions more 'clubable' than the average , inn are wanted. The ordinary bar tends to heavier drinking (hah fh6 genial atmosphere of the cafe type of ?inn. ''.???'.?? ' ? - . ??: Mr. William Kidd sWas lannoiihced at a luncheon at Odflenino's Imperial Res taiii-ant, Regent-street.W., as the winiiej of tho competition' for the ideal pubiic houso organised by Messrs . Samue'f AH sopp and Sons, Ltd., of Burton-oh^Trent;. ? Ample accommodation ' 'fpv tnpse who ...
FIGHT WITH POLICE. Desperate Struggle. CONSTABLE DISABLED. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
FIGHT WITH POLICE. Desperate Struggle. ' CONSTABLE DISABLED. 9YIDN12Y, Sunday. / Constable. Ward . was on duly -to-day .jehy^een Forbrs and Bourke^ Stree.s, .ind was 'proceeding to take into 'cus- '.ody one of iwo strongly uuill men WuO' '^ero alleged to have been 'using ln .lecent language ^yllon the man put iip a great struggle for liberty, arid his mate helped him. ! The odds against Ward were heavy, I and he was quickly losing his man when! Constable Newtown jumped off a passing :ram. and went to his assistance. I The offenders fought and struggled io violently that eventually Constable Newton fell to the footway. - A big, crowd gathered, and just when /Ward; iad got the better of one man he found! Newton was being subjected, to some) rough treatment. He was being kicked tbout the body and head, and was' ccm flete'ly dazed. Ward's prisoner struggl ed more determinedly, and got free. Ward thereupon confined his. attention to his mate. . ' He overpowered his 'assailant, and succee...
MOB SEIZES TOWN. Police Cleared Out. ALIENS MURDERED AS REPRISAL [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
MOB SEIZES TOWN. _ ? » ,, — — — — -'. . '';£'?:?-.. '? Police Cleared Out. § ';. .,;' ALIENS (flURDERED AS ? '^ (Roused to fury by ,ti }oiig -series ???'of crimes by foreigners, mostly , Sicilian's, which culminated -iii the., murder of t\yo boys; who were found with their ttrcals cut, a mob took possession of'the t(jpn of West Frankfort, Illinois,' bent on, driv ing every resident uf alien birth 'out of the countiy. ' '''?': ? ? . They disarmed the police, seized the telegraph and telonhohR Rta'tin'ns atiii set fire to the houses' in the Italian quarter in an elevated section of Ihe town. Other- homes in1 other sections then were burned. ' ' '' ' ' The mob numbered 4000, which is double the nouimT population of West Frankfort, the crowd .being swelled from near-by, villages by, parties of aVnied men, who came in niolor-cars. ? The mayor and other municipal 'offi cers and the disarmed policemen were given 24 hours in which to leave the town. ' , .,.,,', At midnight every road leadin...
SYDNEY GRADE CRICKET. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
SypNEY GRADE CRICKET. ' . SYDNEY,- Sunday. yesterday's first grade cricket result ed:— .' ????'.'? .-i ?Gordon v. Sydney: 'Former''\199 (Iiowe' 7 for 40); Sydney 5 for 94 CFlynn 3 for' ?Q V ' ' ,. , - . | ?*--'? / ' I Padilington y. Central Cumberland: I Former 107 (Best 3 for 2.5, Fitzgerald 4 for 31; 'Central '.Cumberland'' % for' 77 (Trennory 3 for .19). % ; ,.- , | Bliddle Harbor v. Balmain: -iFormer1 54 (Fplkard 5 forv30,, Campling 4 for 20);. Balmdin .7 for '222. ? '? ' . ' .; : : : . Waverley' v. plebe:. Former eight 'for. 2.G8. , : ??????-??. ?'- || North Sydney v. Western* guburbs:: Former . 72 ORusseli' 3 for .13, Wiili 'o for' 28); latter eight for 159. 'V '':
BOXING. Criqui Defeats Sullivan.Exciting Contest. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
boxing. ? :_.-. Criqui Defeats Sullivan. '''j -Exciting Contest. i :.. ' . SYDNEY, Sunday, j Eugene Criqui, the French feather weight champion, added another victory to his record' by being declared the, win ner over J.erry Sullivan after' thirteeen rounds' of fighting, brihil'ul ot ' cxcitih'g moriients at tho Stadium. ' ' \ Criqui's boxing from the start had the Australian fighting on the defensive. In the first round the Frenchman landed -.e\eial vicious uppercuts/ and it looked then as though the bout was over. It was plain that Criqui .intended to finish off Sullivan as qujfikly as possible, but Sullhan stuck to it .with magnificent gut ? i When Sullivan camo up for the thir teenth session '? a quick right from the Brenchm'an staggered him. The Aus tralian retreated. Sullivan again dropped his guard, and over came the Frenchman's right. Criqui's seconds iippcdled to Sullivan's corner to sky the towel, which they did. I Sullhan's showing was by no means: disappointinpr, but. lie...
ATTUNGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
ATTUNGA. . Two decent loads of wheat arrived, in Attunga on January 6. The first eon-' lairfed 150 l$3s. The gross weight was 12 tons 3 cwt. 1 qr., and was consigned from Verge's Estate to the Farmers and Graziers. Mr. A. G-. Brown ds tho manager of the estatel Mr. Gordon Brown was in charge of tho teami The next load wont one- better, containing 160 luags, .-welshing 14 tons 3 cwt 2 qrs. Mr; M; C. A'bra was the owner and driver. Trucks and teams are plentiful. Mr. Donohue, our new- station roaster, has no obstacles placed in his way. Wo havo been looking for the Broken Hill Company to make a big splasli here for some' lime. It is gradually coming, and has now introduced a nfttor lorry, whi-'-li will be four trips a day from' the magnesito mine, albput seven nillcs, carrying about four tons per trip. The teamsters do one trip with from 8 to 10 tons.
TENTERFIELD CALEDONIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
TENTERFIELD CALEDONIANS. The Border Caledonian Society held their annual Highland Gathering on the Tentcrfield Showground and it proved a huge success. The dancing and piping were equal to anything* ever seen' or heard in N©w South Wales. Some visi tors averred that the Sydney Caledonian gathering could not compare with it in these departments. The results were as follows: — Best dressed Highlander, M.~McKenzie i, :yv. ituuiven -j. . Best Dressed Highland Lassie: H. Wirite.:-ton 1, L. Noble 2 .Best Dressed Highland Lassie, ? '£t. Garner 1. Jean Mclntyre 2. - - . Ghillie Callum (adults): A. Johnston 1, M. Scott-Skinner and T; King divided Swovd Dance( laddies and ? lassies over 12): C. Angus 1, H. Garner and E. Greentree 2. Best Piper (marches) : A. It. McColl l.-Jr. McKenzie 2. W. Raven J. Sheann Triibhias (laddies and lassies under li): O'. Hughes 1, H. Garner 2. Highland Fling (adults): M. Scott Skinner 1, W. Ruthven 2, A. Johnston 3. Highland Fling (laddies and lassies under 12; ...
MANLY SWIMMING CARNIVAL. Records Broken. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
MANLY SWIMMING CARNIVAL 1 Records Broken. SYDNEY. Sunday. At the Manly swimming carnival yes teidiy the 220 yards championship of the Northern Suburbs was won by F. S. Cotton (N. Sydney 57' W. Herald (Man Iv) was second, and H. Hay (Manly) third. Cotton won after a groat race in the record time of 2.30. . i In the 150 yards First-chiKH Handicap Frank Beaurepaire, off scratch, swum third in the first heat, and covered the inurney in the unofficial time of 1 min. ^3 2-5 sficonds,' which is 3-5 of a second better than the record held by tho late Cecil Hoalpy.
COAL CRISIS THREATENED. Dispute in Victoria. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
^COAL CRISIS THREATENED. Dispute in Victoria. . . SYDNEY. Sunday. . A mining official at Newcastle suW the position looks very ugly. I'8 latest news from Victoria shows an ab solute determination on both sides to refuse to deviate a hair's breadth from the position taken up in regard to Uie. Morwell brown coal mines. If tlio Vic torian Government persists in 'its atti tude, a general stoppage is inevitnble. No coal would be cut anywhere in New South Wales. Sincfi resuming after, the holidays thfrp has boon an epidemic of individu al stoppages. -. ?, .-? ' !'????? .' '
INVERELL RACES. SECOND DAY. Harnham Wins at 10 to 1 on. INVERELL, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
INVERELL RACES. SECOND DA^ir. Harnliam.Wins at 10 to I on. INVERKLL. Sunda'/. ' SUoNvery weather prevailed for the [second day of the Jockey Club's Sum mer meeting. The fields were a£s3n Ismail, but nevertheless the racing was interesting. ? ?; Results: — . FLYING HANDICAP, 7 fur. HARNH.AM, 8.0 (Naug.hton) ;..:.. 1 TIEREWE, 7.13 (Parkinson) A ... 2 Only starters. . . Petting: 10 to 1 on HAJRNHAM, 4 to 1 Tierewe. ' ' : Tierewe led until nearing .the dis- ' tance, where Ilarnham went to the front and won by two lengths. ,. Time, 1.32. -- ? ? MOREE HANDICAP, 6 fur. POSMGIL, 10.2 (Kenny) .. .. ...1 NORGRAD, 11.11 (Conroy) '. ? 2 POSADY, 10.0 (Cunningham) .. .: 3: Other starters: Lassigny, Zircon, .Chaltos, Soverettffl : Betting: -2 to l'Posady, 3 to 1 Nor-: grad and P.OSMOIiL, 4 to- 1 'Zircon arid ; Lassigny,, 6 to 1 others. ': ? ! The race was run during a- heaVy , thunderstorm. Posady led until the straight. At the distance Posmoll went . to the front and won by a neck from the fast f...
LATEST SPORTING NEWS. WARWICK FARM RACES. OLYMPIC WINS LIVERPOOL MILE. Myamley Pace Welter. Youendah the Chief EVent. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
LATEST SPORTING NpS WARWICK FAR! RACES. OLYMPIC WINS LIVERPOOL MILE. Myamley Pace Welter.' i Youendah the Chief EVent. . ~~ ? ? ? i I ?.'. V SYDNEY, Sunday. J ,' Races wer.o held at Warwick Farm i yesterday. ? ??'?'? '- ' Results: — ? MAIDEN HANDICAP, 6 fiir. First Divisi'on. . BRIGHT ACRE, .br' or blk c, 3yrs., ' 8.3 (J. Mahoney) ..'.. ? 1 WJNDOO, blk f, 3y'rs., 8.4, less 71b 1 all. (Knox) ..' ? . . . .. 2 PT6ROPOD, jt- g_ 3yrs., 8.5 (Keys) 3 | Qther starters: Earl .Liddell 8.11 less 71bs nil, El Tovar 8.7, Lilgard 8.5 loss 71b all., Feather Duster 8. ,7 less ,7. 1b' all.i' Admiral Advance 8.3, Bdoralie S.3 less 71b. all., Tarifa 8.1, Elnia Kenil worth 8.1 less 71b all., Poppodor 7.9, Ounmaker 7.8,, Kanematsu 7.7, Glen ' Sowrie 7.5, Oriental 7.1. ' Betting': 0 to 4 against Pteropod, 9 to '2 BRIGHT ACRE, 6 to 1 Earl LidiJell, 7 : to 1 Windoo, 12\to 1 Poppodor, Gun- . maker and Oriental, 14 to 33 to 1 the ? others. ' ; Tote dividends: First '£1/16/6; se-; cond 11/6, third ?/. , Won b...
SHEFFIELD SHIELD. The English Team. Match at Ballarat. Two Centuries. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
SHEFFIELD SHIELD. The- English Team. ' Match at Ballarat. ? ''''??? Two Centuries. '\rCLBOUR^E. Sunday .The match Ibotweon the English cricketers and a B illir.it te nn ^ as con linued yegteiday Scoies — _^ BALLARAT. First Inning 211 Second Innings. Biikei b Hitch ' 0 Bndbj, b \i'addin=ton 0 Honing b V .aldington 1 Philp b Waddmgton 5 Gu- b Hit h 2 Cuilib 1) 'Waddmgton s 5 Stibeiniclv b Waddinglon 0 Outen b Hitch 0 Hook b W ddiufeton 5 Woodful c l^endei b Waddinglon 1 Stioet b 'Waddington . 0 Mayo b Waddmgton 5 -Codd b Hitch . . *1 Woods not out -, . 0 Sundiics 0 loUU 30 Howling Waddington, 9 for 15, Hitch 4 for 10 UNGIjAND— rnst Innings Rhodes, b Wood - 24 Makepeice 1 b w , li- SUeet ' 7 Hobbb c and b Bradby 2 Russell c Curtib b Biadby 50 Woolley, not out 159 fcndei, b Biadby 10-- Hitch b G ij .) 11 Waddinj,ton b Stieot ^ 9 Paikin, b Stieet 0 Wilson not out 4 Doiphin b Streot 0 Sundneb 12 I ot il 0 wicketo foi 389 Inmnfes declued closed Uo\\lin0 Stieet, 4 for 80 Bi idby A for 79; G...
BRISBANE RACES. BRISBANE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
BRISBANE RACES. . BRISBANE. Sunday. 'Brisbane races resulted:-^ ! Fourth Di.visipn Handicap:' Onward Way 1, Tontinsi 2, Orient ''Gun 3. Win-' her 6 to 4. Won by a length. Tinve, 1.12J. ' i '' :First Division Handicap: LobominmiC; 1, Taranto' 2, Fririgillii 3V Winner 7 to, 4. -Won by a head. Time, 1.24. ? ' Second Division Handicap: Say Deal' .1, Kloma 2, My Thoughts 3. Winner 5 to 1. Won by a length. Time, 1.22. ' ' Purse: Say Dear 1, Utility 2, Onward, Way 3.. Winner 7 to 1. Won' by aji longth and three-quarters. Time, 1.50. Plate: Joculator 1, Darginnic 2, Dwiu 3.' ' Winner 2 to 1. Woh: by five lengths' Time, 1.47Jv. Third Division Handicap: Don Scorn. 1, Tonio '2,: Topgiin. Winner evens.' Won by three lengths. Time. 1.12J.
CRIME IN AMERICA. Riot of Robbery and Murder. Prohibition's Startling Sequel. (Published by arrangement). [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
CRIME IN AMERICA. Riot of Robbery and Murder, ! r Prohibition's Startling Sequel. (Published by arrangement).. We have it dinned into our ears with exasperating Repetition from, every pro hibition platform that drink ? is , the mother of crime. America is. a' prohibi tion country which should represent an object lesson to the world of a wonder ful social regeneration following the abolition of liquor. Yet cable messages from U.S.A.'tell us that all the Big cities are suffering from an unprecedented waye of burglary, robbery and murder. New York police force has been. increas- ed to 12,000 men to deal with the situa 'tibn; ^ In a sub-leader commenting on^ the matter Sydney 'Daily. Telegraph' re marks on the 'striking circumstance that such a phenomenon should ' follow tin the total prohibition of alcohol, the use of which is claimed to be the main factor, in (he causation of crime. Cer-f taihly one event inay follow another without being necessarily related to' it. Whether the prohib...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
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POSTMASTER HELD UP. "YOU ARE A DEAD MAN." Young Men Lose Heart and Run. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
POSTMASTER HELD UP. 'you are'a dead man.' Younq Men Lose Heart and Run. SYDNEY, Sunday. Two armed men provided a sensation at the 'Darlinghurst Post Office yester- - day morning. 'With revolvers they threatened the .postmaster with death, and demanded money. . . The postmaster,' Mr. Alfred Plunkett, opened the office yesterday morning. About 9.30, while lie was away from the counter, two well-dressed men entered the place and walked over to the tele graph desk. A little later they walked out of the office. Subsequently they came . back, and stood in front of Mr. Plunkett, and the elder of them handed Jn a withdrawal form, the back of which was turned up wards. He asked the postmaster to read it. ? ?? In an obviously disguised handwrit ing was written in post office ink the words: — . ?' 'If you move you are . a dead man. There are three of us here.' 'What is all this nonsense about?' asked the postmaster. ? One of the visitors replied: 'Do you not got that, Mister? We have another m...
STRIKES AND WAGES. CAUSING GREAT UNEMPLOYMENT. Estimated at 60,000. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
STRIKES AND WAGES. ? .- » ? :. CAUSING GREAT- UNEMPLOYMENT. / ? Estimated at 60,000. . . Tim army of unemployed throughput the Commonwealth is steadily increas ing each day, mainly in consequence of the stewards' strike. Union oflicials es timate tho total at about' ,60,000. In New South Wales alone there are about 30,000 out oC work, including factory employ ees, wool and basil workers, ard tex tile workers. The following is a rqugri estimate of the total unemployed mem bers- of the unions directly involved in the strike: Marine stewards, 2000; wharf-laborers, 8000; seamon. 8000; trolly and draymen, 6000; engineers, 1000; marine cooks, butchers and bak ers, 1000. Total, 26,000. According to a, message from Wagga, t.ho operation of the new basic wage threatens a 'wave^.of unemployment throughout the country in the case of young men. Already a, number of young men in Wagga business houses have been advised that, their services are no lon ger required. A striking instance occur red at...