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"RINGING UP" AEROPLANES. Wireless Link with Telephone. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

'RINGING UP' AEROPLANES. Wireless Link with Telephone. A new and ? remarkable series of ex periments with wireless telephones, en abling a subscriber on the Post Offic telephone system in the United Kingdon: to call up and speak to an aeroplane passenger while in flight across the Eng lish Channel, has been successfully car ried out by the Marconi company at the Croy.don aerodrome. Hitherto wireless speech has been con ducted only from certain ground stations at which the delicate and complicated transmitting instruments are installed Th,e new development make possible the combined land line and wireless conned tion of Post Office subscribers not only with aeroplane passengers but with per sons connected with the telephone sys tems of America, Canada, und else where. At Croydon telephonic messages have been transmitted to aeroplanes in flight over a distance of 300 miles. . The. wave-length employed was 90- metres, which is, the standard adopter by the Air Ministry. It. is proposed ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONFERENCE PREDICTED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

CONFERENCE PREDICTED. (Published in 'The Times.' : LONDON, Saturday. The 'Times' lobbyist, suggests 4hat events are tending: towards a conference bfst ween . Messrs.' Lloyd George and Do Valera. *sl

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

I PROPERTY SAMJS. Ware and Co., Tamworth, report hav ing sold for Mr. Robert Graham. Dun, 'is highly improved wheat farm com Wising 4fi3 acros to Mr. W. FiUell. of Dubbo.

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EXCHANGE DEADLOCK. DIFFICULT TO FINANCE IMPORTS. Scarcity of Gold. LONDON, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

EXCHANGE DEADLOCK/ DIFFICULT TO FINANCE IMPORTS. Scarcity, of Gold. . . -, ? ? » (Reuter's Telegram). LONDON, December 7. Interviewed by.Reuter with- regard If criticisms of British, manufacturers for negleoting' the Australian markets, Mr. Guy Locpck. Assistant Director of tho Federation of British Industries, pointed out that tho Federation's efforts to pro mote Anglo-Australian trade were' seri ously hindered by the difficulties with regard to the 'refusal or the Australian ?banks to purchase documentary bills on Australia because they did not possess the necessary funds here. The Federation strongly urged that this should be remedied Jay the 'Com monwealth Government removing the prohibition on tho export of gold to Britain, or placing the ' considerable sums which it-is understood the Austra lian Government hjul in England at the disposal of the Australian banks in Lon don. , , He declared that the gravity of the present situation could not be overesti mated, since tho inabilit...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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HUNTED NEGROES. FLEE TO HIGH ALTAR TO ESCAPE LYNCHING. Battle Round a Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

HUNTED NEGROES. FLEE TO HIGH ALTAR TO ESCAPE LYNCHING. Battle Round a Church. An incident of last year's racial riots in- Chicago shows the terrible stato ol the popular tension. For more than an hour police, with revolvers and riot, guns, held a crowd at bay at St. Gabriel's Roman Catholic Church, Chicago. ' Inside, grovelling before the high al tar three negroes -were shrieking with fear, and imploring the Almighty to save them. Just before they took, sanctuary there they licld up and robbed a white man, Thomas Barrett, conductor ot an eieu tric tram. Barrett, fought fiercely, and one of his assailants, with a razor, cul his threat from' ear to ear, almost sev ering the head from the body. Then the trio fled, with a passer-by after them shouting 'Murder.' Their pursuers ware joined in an in stant by others, and when 'the negroes dashed into the church and barred the door, a great crowd besieged the edi fice, roaring for vengeance. A triple lynching was imminent, when a number of p...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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LATE GABY DESLYS. Kensington Resident for Sale. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

L?ATE(GkBY DESLYS. Kensington Residence for Sale. (United SeiM.ee). LONDON. Saturday. The 1 lie Mdlle G ibj Deslys' Kensing ton house is for''-sale. -It contains ' r mysterious - secret, room. religiously locked. Tim remainder is decorated and furnished With Eiistern luxuriance suggesting ii Moorish harem.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

CASUAL COLUMN. ' AdvortlBomenta accompanied .by cash for thin column are lnoertod at tho rate of two linos for 1/ (minimum two llnea, about six wordB per line), each oiicccedlng line or oarl thereof, 6d. An additional charts of id Ib made for booking. ? ? POSITIONS- VACANT. ? WANTED. — A Competent Waitress. Ap ply, Empire Hotel, Tamworth. ? VVA'NTOD&Suueii-nT~Elclerl.v Woman as light General, eoodvr ages, oomfortablu Home. Apply, 'A.D.C.,' Post Olllce, Manilla. ? . ? 1 YVANTED. — Immediately, strong, nctive. ed ucated girl ub Probationer, learn midwif ery, thorough ? training, with references. ApDly. Matron, The Popular Private Hos pital, Quirindi. ? ; ? _. WANTED. — Refined, middie aged .woman as Housekeeper to small famly, Hivber|leid district, muust be accustomed to children. . Apply, by Thursday;.'; Edgar. Barnes, c/o -' s Lloyd's Hotel, aTam w^r.t!).^.',*;;, ,.....,„ 1 . I iVANTEbr^reusfini^of' 'Apply Post Office I Hotel. Manilla. ? ' ? WANTED.— House-Parlor Maid.' Appl...

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UNEMPLOYMENT. Pathetic Scene in Aberdeen. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

- ^ ; UNEMPLOYMENT. '?'. Pathetic Scene in Aberdeen. !?.:.-,. ',- (Reuter's Telegram) ': '?-- ' LONDON, Saturday. 1 s While a crowd of 6000. was drawing unemployment,' allowance at the Aber deen Exchange yesterday, several wo men fainted owing to the long wait without food. A Bolshevik oratotr urged the men to attack a restaurant but was threatened with a ducking, and fled.

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COLONIAL OFFICE. "Times" Expects Drastic Changes. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

COLONIAL OFFICE. ? ' 'Times' Expects Drastic Changes. (United Service). '' LOiNOON, Saturday. .- The 'Times,' in a leader commenting on the likelihood of drastic, changes in the Colonial Office after ljord Milner's departure, advises the Government to defer the question until the next Im perial Conference, when the wishes of the Dominions may bo better ascertain ed. -

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GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Milner's Resignation. NO CHANGES AT COLONIAL OFFICE An Unfounded Report. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

-GENERAL GABLE NEWS. | ? q» v lilnejc's Resignation. NO CHANGES AT COLONIAL OFFICE .,: An .Unfounded Report. (Reuter's Telegram. LONDON, Saturday. It is authoritativoly stated that the de parture of Viscount Milner, from the Colonial Office, docs not indicate any change. in. the status' of that department. Any new arrangement regarding the Dominions , is not likely before the Do minion's conference in the summer. The report that. Viscount Milner's re signation, which will take effect in Jan uary, is uue to the Government taking an unfavorable view ol' the Milner Com mission report upon Egypt, is unfound ed. As a matter of- fact Lord Milner. who ' intimated a wish to retire some time ago, remained at his post in order to finish the report The Egyptian Government has not reached a decision' regarding the report.

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FATHER MAGNER'S MURDERER INSANE. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

- FATHER MAGNER'S MURDERER INSANE. lOSTnited Seivice.) LONDON, Saturday. Father '\Jagnei s murderer has been fcuW bi l*'v. but mtane

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KRASSIN'S RETURN POSTPONED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

KRASSIN'S RETURN POSTPONED. ('Reuter's Telegram). LONDON, Saturday. J[ Ki lasin bis not btirted for Russia o\-\n,j to unexpected difficulties. He ihieeis: Sir Robert I-Iornc on January 10.

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ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS VACCINE. Reported Discovery. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

. ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS VACCINE. ' ? ' Reported Discovery. ('Reuter's Telegram.) LONDOV, Saturday. RcutPi s- Pius conesppndent wires: As- a- result of experiments with cows ind heifeis \I Cilmptti. announces the discos eij of an mil tuberculosis , vac cine which iv onuses immense possi bilities for human beings.

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DECREASE IN SHIPBUILDING. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

DECREASE IN SHIPBUILDING. (Router's Telegram) . . ? . . - LONDON, Saturday. .-ivor. ??? -me., urst- time since: me war Lloyd's Register shows a -decrease, in .the' -merchant tonnage building in the United Kingdom as compared , witii tin previous quarter. The tonnage build ing, for the quarter ending December 3: was 3.708,916, as ?compared with 3,731,00b on September 30.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

CHARLES TONG (Late On Lee Lono), - ' M I NESE HERBALIST. ; \ ._ ? j ? j No connection with any o^ner Cruuesa Specialist. ? ''' ''' ' \ ' ' ? .. Undertakes the treatment of all dls- . eases; Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Paralysis, Consumption, Asthrria, Bron chitis, Hydatids, Dropsy, Pries, Cancer, rumor, Stomach Pains,' Ear, Throat, . Goitre Sugar Diabetes -Affection of the Eyes and Nose. ? ' \ ' WILL VISIT: . -? . f ? ? : \ TAJIWbRTH^Thuwdax^'Sp.th^'Januaryiv '1921, Royals-Hotel. :' «;? '?' 'p'- ' '??; ARMIDALE— Wednesday, 19th Ja'nuary, ? 1921, Tattersall's- Hotel. ' ; ^ BOGGABRI — Tuesday, ilth January, ' 1931, Commercial Hotel. , GUNjNEDAH— Wednesday, 12th Janu ary, 1921, Club House Hotel. | QUIRiINiDI— Thursday, 13th' January, 1921, Cenrta'i Hotel. .:.',.' Patients can procure fresh supplies of treatment 'by writing to my Sydney ad- : dress: — ; ' ' ? ? ' 196 CROWN STRUT Madam ?AGN£S SYLVIA WILSON, aL Herbalist and Masseuse, New State Treatment Rooms, Peel-street, Tam worth. ...

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CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XVII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

CHARON'S. LOVERS. N By ANNIE HAYN^S. Author of 'Latly Carol's Secret,' 'Cice- ly Vlbart's Love,' 'Footprints ' of Kale,' .etc., etc. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XVII.-. (Continued). . She was lying on the c.o^.ch hi her morning room ; lier blouse was undone, it felt wet and uncomfortable, and her h'ead; was aching violently, but worse of all : Was 'the-f eelihg tlVaf'soriie great black cloud' of : 'misery Aras) oVe'rljahging her, though' in 'lier dai4e71°conrused 'state she could not recall what' had happened.. 'Oh! I am glad you have come round, my lady,' Sp'ohcer said volubly as she made Charmian swallow a.rew drops of some restorative. 'Such a long fainting fit. I never saw, .and your hands and feet, that cold.' [ '. / \ ''That will do, Spencer,' Charmian said, faintly,, turning her face away. 'But I don't seem to be able to think distinctly, how did I come here?' 'Sir Hamish carried you In himself, my lady. He stayed till he said he could see you were coming round all right, then he we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

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AEROPLANE "RUNG UP." From Ordinary Desk Telephone. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

AEROPLANE 'RUNG UP.1'..''. From Ordinary. Desk Telephone. For the. first time a London man has 'rag up and spoken on an ordinary tele Pione tp a man in -an aeroplane who 2,,.on 'is way to .Paris (says London nm y Mttil'') fitting in his office In BMIHor-strcet. E.C.. Mr. Sa'muel iristone. ™, the shipping firm of S. Instone arid w.. called up' Jfr. Chattaway/ the pi iot of the, Vlckers-Vimy machine of the iDStOnP All' T .ill ft nn',1 n-.11-n litn-t ..'a.-., n ? ?. , ? * *?** «IUU| (1111.1 £,-l V C 111111 nLTllll* ursent instructions which had been made necessary by the situation of the wa] supply at .Marseilles duo to a strike in, Cardiff. It was in no way an experiment. Mr. umttaway had already left Croydon on nis way across the Channel. Mr. Ins wnc_ning up the Air Ministry and ask cu if they could help him. and within n p. ™'nutos he was connected with lin ?,on noro']roii!o, who switched' the ne iu.0lu,h t0 (lle AU. ji,nis(l.y.s wlrG. °s nstallation. The* operator there u'o die-res...

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FIERCE GARRISON FIGHT. Military Ambush. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

FIERCE GARRISON FIGHT. . % . Military Ambush. i.- '(Router's Telegram,) ',''' ' LONDON^ Saturday. .A- garrison ot. 20 police and 30 cadets repufseti a fierqe two ho.urs' attack on. the barracks at Tramore yesterday. The sn-Utarjr.'mon hastening to the assist l.noc of the garrison were ambushed two miles from Tramore. They routed their assailants, killing throe. One soldier was wounded. ? The Sinn Fein Town Hall and licens ed premises were burnt do\uin at li'i more to-day.

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