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DAVIS CUP WINNERS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
DAVIS CUP VlflNNER&l; :^ SYDNEY. Tuesday. The American tennis' players, Tllden Johnston, -Wushburn, and- Hardy,, arriv ed in Sydney to-day from.'. New Zealand. Brookes, Patterson, Health and O'Hara Wpod wore also on the vessel. ?Brookes, far an interview,- ?expressed the opinion that Tilden. and ? ??' 'Johnston were. Uie ,two .greatest, tennis' players in the world. ? ' /. ./ At a reception, 'tendered 'ifle. Dayts Cup winners, Mr. Colqulipuri ' said the outstanding feature of the play' in' New Zealand was that the best-liratditlons, ot the game Jiad .been, upUeld.,, Without doubt the better team ygn',' .
STATE ORCHESTRA. Subsidy May be Discontinued. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
- STATE ORCHESTRA. Subsidy May: b| Discontinued. ! - SYT3NEY. -Tuesday. ' The Cabinet lias agreed that the New Zealand ; tour pf ??' the State Orchestra should bo carried out. : Tho Minister fnv 'RHiination. in an nouncing the decision, said it was .ob vious that the position of tlie prchestra wpuld have to serieusly be cpnsidered by the Government. It would appear that there was not a sufficiently large music loving public to support the orchestra without' a Government subsidy. 'With so many other pressing calls upon our finances,' he said, 'it is ques tionable, if we can grant this. .The Gp vernnvmt is not unsympathetic to the or chestra, but it is a question of the, re- lative importance of things under pre sent conditions.' '
ISON'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
ISON'S PICTURES. The latest Paramount-Artcraft Royal ty Masterpiece .Cecil B. de Mille's pro duction, '-Why Change Your Wife?' is to be screened at Ison's Theatre Hoyal, to night. It is described as a striking drama of married lift* lavishly prrsent ed. Gloria, Swanson and Thomas Moig' Imn head a wonderful cast. Tlie rilory is by William do Mille.
NORTH SYDNEY TRAGEDY. Coley Still Missing. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
NORTH SYDNEY TRAGEDY.'' ,,Co)ey: still.- Missing.;. ,-. r,. .:, u ,:,: ? -sydney: TueldaV. ; A suburban hairdresser, infornietlfthe police that he had seen: a liian sitting on a 'seat in Moore Park who strongly; Te sembled. the man Coley, wanted for 'the North- Sydney murder. The hairdres ser walked away for a few minutes, and upon his return the man had disap peared. ' ' .'?'?? Superintendent, Bannan says. many peo ple are .engaging in the, search^ regard ing it-'-as ' an opportunity to demonstrate their' ability as detectives'; Shoals of! letters continue .to bo. received .^aally- at headquarters., . '.' ,, :'fcl^. :*.~''S?
SITUATION IN CHINA. Militarist Rule DEMOCRACY NOT YET REALISED [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
SITUATION IN CHINA. Militarist Rule DEMOCRACY NOT YET REALISED ', 'China at the moment is in a state of ,chao.s,' .said Mr. E.tS.€ Little, wlio atter. 38 years in China is now on a holi day trip to Australia and New Zealand. He: reached Brisbane aboard the steam er Tango Maru on Saturday. '';??..,' Mr. Little; explained that this .state of chaos was due to the fact that there was no steady and strong Government to initiate or carry out any policy. China was in the hands of the militarists, who had not the slightest regard for the wel fare or progress of China. Their main object in life appeared to be the amass ing of vast fortunes for themselves; He quoted the case, of a prominent Chinese gentleman who had recently .told him that in the old monarchial days the of ficials felt, quite satisfied if they could make half a million taels.(one. tael at present equalled about 4/0), but now the tiichuns (the military governors) desired to amass from 10 to 40 million taels. Mr. Little told of...
RURAL BANK SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS. New Features. Financial Aid to Farmers. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
RURAL BAMi . , SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS — -__ j New Features / Financial Aid to Farmers: S'i DNTY Tue da\ Ihe Agucultm il Deputmcnt ha supplied a summit / of the pro-nsions and 'scope oC the- Rm il Bank \.ct whicti is ilesiirned to iss.i't fiimeis ind em po eis tho Commis loneif, of the Go \ eminent Saiin,-s liunk to lend on «mj security which thej iltmlv idequate The bank is not intended lo c ompe p wiJi iMstlng institutions but lo «ic loinmodoile i class of bonowers whose, security is not sufficient foi tho oidin uj bnnlcs Ihe establishment of tho bmk will bring the State into line with Victom, ,'NtCbtjAusUalii, and Queens land \ i ' k ?- There \Uil be no expondituie on new uemlsos Iho organisation of the &i\ ngs Hank will bewlused and now bi inches \ ill bo opened is is deemed necessary Ihe present staff will be nnplojed / ! Ihe Act piovides tint the operations ot tho bink mi\ be extended to the ciieinl business of birnk'n? when the hnancial position ?wanints, Tho Sa\ nDs Ba...
LIQUOR POLL. Not This Year. NO FUNDS FOR COMPENSATION. Statement by Premier. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
LIQUOR POLL. Not This Year. -NO FUNDS FOR COMPENSATION. Statement by Premier. SYDNEY. Tuesday. ,; The Governor has lct-cived the repo't jOf the Compensation Aises-Hineiil Board pri'\tho ain^ftnt .Qf compensation/ , llh.it ;.\vd^Ul be p:\yiible (oImIip liquor jtouefqsi iu -(lie event, eff prohitution beij)^, Joar viod. '?'??? , /, | ?. The Boarrl's inauirie.i covercul the operation.s of 17 browci ?., ?! nials'ter1., -1 distillers, .0') wiue-;mi'kers and vignpi nons, 2 58C owners of hotels, COS licens ed publicans in (he Motropol'itan are:1, nnd 102S in the country, 468 wine li censes, .196 spirit .-merchants', and .13 packet _ licensees in lentcd premises. Th'j'Dn.ml decided io capitalise the harp annual untal after taking into cpnslderation the proportion of bonus payable for the 7e.u-e. Capitalisation was fixed on the basis of a net. return of ,-' 8J per cent, per annum.; The Board was unable to estimato tho amount of compensation payable to employees. The. Board found there.' had ...
HOME RULE EMISSARY. NOT ALLOWED TO LAND IN AUSTRALIA. Action of Customs Officers. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
HOME RULE. EMISSARY. KGT ALLOWED %0 ^ LAND IN AUS - TRALIA: ?'?'.. \ . Action. of Customs Officers ': ?' ? SYD.NEY; Tue-sdn ? Osin'oiid Thonias Esmond, v;Avho u rived- 'by- the ? mai] steamer' .'Makui V from Vancouver . to-day -on-v what is termed' to be iv' highly ^diplomatic mis sion:;in connection .'? with -the Home Rule movement' for Ireland has' been refused admission to land by 'the Customs m thorities. ? ? - .-..?;'.? : .:' ?? !? It is understood tha't'.Ksmoud's anoie ments have- been known from the time ho lert. Liverpool and travelled to N- w York, then to Vancouver,, wher,e he joined the Makura. . IniniPdiatnly the mail boat arrived in Watson's Bay this morning the Customs officers went aboard and inter\icw-.d Esmond. They informed him tin I ho could not be polluted to land at ai j Australian pori. Meantime ho will bo allowed lo remain-, aboard. Tho Com pany is now liable .for. Ills sa£e custoch Esmond is Hip son of Sir Thomas E mond ,;i prominent Irish baronet. lie is hei...
LABOR COUNCIL. SEVERE CRITICISM BY UNION. Foreign Fire-Eaters. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
LABOR COUNCIL. SEVERE CRITICISM BY UNION, foreign Tit e-Eaters. SViHMP'v* 1noed.iv The. United Laboieis Hst ni?ht criti cifatil the Ij ibor (Council s ittilude to \\ irds thp uneniplo-td and motheihood endowment-, fiiihstjons Iho Goiincil rwn4 sUon^lj condemned, i nd delegate' wQie ln'tiiucledjo piotest ?istunst its l'nfnteiiiil policy', md to nio\o tint i committee of inquiiy be ippoiiued'to mvestifjite the icat-ons \--hy -io many cmi»jiiant unions di id witlidiawn fiom the Lnboi Council; Ihe committed w is. ilso liibtructed to make su^gei.tlons'i'wheiehy its losf pie' 1 gc and influence might be lejptoied nd itb p onouYieeinei tb on social p ob Iwns lespec'ed , It was also bbtod ili.it the Council \v is issuing misleading manifesto*, couched in continental phi iseology and copied from foieivn liie-citing dicti 1o's edicts, calculated to bring tho I abor iConnoil into disrepute by tnea white intlng*- ind disioptuc ^tacticb which wfi-ic being lepudiated hj \uiioub whom tliej riiLoi ...
DUKE OF CONNAUGHT. GREAT RECEPTION IN INDIA. Enthusiastic Crowds. MADRAS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
DUKE OF COMAUGHT. GREAT RECEFHON EN INDIA Efiftliiisiaslic CTowds 'V ? (IletiUi s Tele^iam.) MADRAS Monday The Dike oC (jlonn vishl le^toied to health after his lccont illness aui\ed m Irdia to oa\ ibond the '\I U lyo, .ind Use welcome which he ipcei»ed at M ul ' is w i«- une\pfcctcdh complete md on ih.usias.lici The non co opei ilion paiU hid piewoiiblj conducted a campiifeii ioi the puipobe ol hojcoltmg the \ibit,l hut Ihe''r6ue thiough whith lie diovo trdiy fiom the harboz to Government lloi^e, at le.ist U\o mllis Ion,;, w u tmonged with Indians fiom'I-ill p.nts ol Southern Indii who cneeied his Majestvs lepiesentativc. A C. f ??«! The Duke J.indod at 4 Q0, and jwis welcomed bj Hie O^einor of Midi is the new Indian JUinlsteib and L\ccu Ino CounciUon md i numlbei s ol Ai.ihai ijilii and Jot hois i1,, rJ--- ~-r Vftei tho ptcsufititiou ?nd j addicts or welcome bj thtf* l'roh doftl and the \i tdi u C omioi it oi , the Duke, in icplj c nph isised i the good indentions ot Entain tovmd-...
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Hertzog and Empire ENGLAND OR GENERAL SMUTS? South African Independence. CAPETOWN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
GENEMLfCABLE NEWS. Hertzog and Empire ? ENGLAND OR GENERAL SMUTS? Son tli African Independence. (Renter's Telegram). CAPETOWN, .-MontTas.;. ' 'General Herlzog-, speakings in the Tr'ilim'vaal, asked.' What v;as : the Em pire? 'Was it. England Or was it Generul .Smuts? Jt ??comprised England, Scotland, Canada, -Australia, New Zea land, and other colonies but .South Af rica had made no contract, with Cana da or Australia for example. Pointing to the case of Ireland*, Gen eral Herttzog ..aid history taught them what, would hujuppn in case ' of such contract. I(e claimed that despite tne Act of Union they had a right, to alter Ihe constitution to gain independence. If the King refused to alter the consti-j tution, they would again approach) him, and in the end ho would: be. con vinced that, it. would -be .bailor to have an independent friend than -a depen dent eneiny. . ... ,; ? ? ; ;