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LATEST SPORTING NEWS. COUNTRY TENNIS FIFTH DAYS' PLAY. Barraba Defeats Maitland. Mudgee Ladies Defeat Armidale. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

LATEST SPORTING NEWS. ;, COUNTRY TENNIS ' FIFTH DAYS' PLAY. Barraba Defeats Maitland. .??-fMudgee; Ladies .Defeat Armidale. SYDNEY. Wednesday. The nfth day's play In the New South Wales Tennis Association's coun try carnival took place at the Double ? Bay courts to-day in cool but windy weather. ' As a .result of the morning's .ties n the knock-out round between the eight leading men's teams the following have qtmUfieU for the semi-finals: Buddaba ..ddh! Barraba No. 1, Marulan, and Dub b°'fiio-' draw brings Buddabadah against .DubboNo. i, and Barraba No, 1 against MwSt1' Wyalcsg. which had gone through the .preliminary round unde feated, suffered its first reverse, and was beaten by Buddabadah by two gaJn*Sthe ladies' matches Mudgee re peated yesterday's performance oC win ning their round by one game. 'R.(* milts ' ~~~ ' MEN'S TEAMS KNOCK OUT ROUND. Busby 0— -6, 2 — 6. -?????.' ' Seman and Norrie v. Sponcer and BULibnde2mIn. and' NorTie v. .C. and R. Spencer 3—6, 4 — 6. _ ? ?? . ba...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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THIRD TEST. Probable English Eleven. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

THIRD TEST. ' Probable English Eleven. SYDNEY.' Wednesday. An Adelaide message states that the English eleven for the third test match, may comprise Douglas, Ilobbs, Rhodes, Hearno, Fender, llendren, Russell, Woolley, Howell, Strudwick, Parkin or Waddington. Hearne still looks sick, and is suf fering- from the effect of an attack of ?malaria. Ke hopes to be fit enough to platy on Friday. He' has lost ndarly two stone in weight.

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INTERSTATE CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BATTING COLLAPSE. Visitors Win Easily. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

INTERSTATE CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BATTING COLLAPSE.. Visitors Win Easily. AflDELAIDE. Wednesday. : About 1000 people rolled up to wit-, ness the -final stages of the game be tween New South Wales and South Aus- ?} tralia. The wicket was showing signs ' of heavy p«ay. Collins began bowling: to' Smith, and | the first ball yielded a single, while j the next, a good length ball, just lifted one of Pellew's bails. V. Richardson filled Hie vacancy, but with the total at 21 he saw .Smith -| caught, at second slip by Hendry ou'J Jtelleway, who had repla'ced Collins.*, In the same over L. Pellew just stop- | ped u fast one, and the ball circled on . to the wicket, but the bails did not shift. Collins then changed ends, and took Hendry's place. ' , Play '.became painfully slow, and at the end of the first hour only 21 runs had been added. The first four of the day came from a square leg hit by ? L. Pellew off Hendry, and during the half hour before luncheon adjournment both batsmen opened...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

CASUAL COLUMN. Advertisement* accompanied by ca»h for jhla column are Inserted at tho rate of two lines for 1/ (minimum two Unea, about nix words per line), each succeeding line or part thereof. 6(J. An additional Cham of fid la made for boolslng. ? __PO3ITIONS VACANT. __ _ WANTED.— A General, no wishing. ~Ar-- ply, Mrs. Bert Read, ??Amblesido.' Hill Street. Tamworth. WANTED.— ^\Valtres^~Top~'wages~easy~po'- sition. Apply, P. J. Ryan, Railway Ho tel. Werria Creok. ? WANTED.— Competent General or Lady Help. Apply, Airs. F. It. Broughton, Up per Street. Tamworth. ? WANTED. — Protestant' lhay, help for coun try home. Cooking;. Wages. £1 a weefc. Apply, Mrs. C. H. W. Peters, Mount View, Kootingal. ? WANTED.— Married man, must be~able~to mllU. kill, etc., ulso farm work. Wages, 2o/ and double rations. Apply. J.T., c/o 'Northern Igato\^_jramjwgrth. ? WANTED. — By refined countFy Lady, posl tion as Governess. No music, Protestant. Apply 'May'^_P.©., Singleton. ? WA NTED. — Housemaid Wai tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

Hygienia TO CLEANSE AND TONE THE STOMACH. Leaves no* Harmful Effects Cures Biliousness and Sluggish Liver. Assures an Invigorated Morning Fpel 'ng. One teaspoonful at night sufB ilent close. PRICK, 3/6 per ? bottle (postage extra). NORTHERN AGENTS: J. McCLBAN, Chemist, Tain worth. % 1EORGE NANKERVIS, Storekeeper, Tamworth. ? / C. R. HART, Chemist, Broadway, New castle. °. O. CAMBOUR-NE, Chemist, Scone. A, A. QUINN, Parkville. A. FRIEDMAN, Wingen. C!. T. N'EWCOMBE, Chemist, Quirindi. MACKENZIE & SON'S, LTD., Glen Innes. FTODDEN & EZZY, LTD., Moree.

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"STAND AND DELIVER." Frequent Robberies in Paris. A Typical Episode. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

nfc« ~ ? '' '' '?' -'&?% 'STAND AND DELIVER.' Frequent Robberies in Paris. A Typical Episode. (Router's Telegram.) ? LONDON, Tuesday. Reuter's special correspondent in Paris wires: The 'Stand and Deliver' type of robbery is so fashionable that the papers are publishing cartoons re present in;; jewellers as' showing their wares and as a precaution, holding re volvers at their prospective customers' heads. , The latest robbery occurred in the suburb of Auborvillors. A youth was inspecting trays of rings most care fully until assured thai tho assistant was alone. Ho then drew a four of Copper from his pocket, and struck the assist ant's head as he was bending. The as sistant grappled with his assailant most pluckily. The latter, after a hard tight, escaped on a tram ear, pursued bv agile street urchins, who. were most Ijelpful 'o tho police cyclists. The. lat lor unearthed the culprit in a wooden Hot inhabited by a girl, under Whose utid J;e wau hiding.

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HUN WAR CRIMINALS. First Three Accused Convicted. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

HUN WAR CRIMINALS. First Three Accused' Convicted. (Router's Telegram.) / LONDON, Tuesday. Reuter.'s Berlin correspondent says Lhe 'first three cases of war -criminals have been tried at . a specially allocated Tiivperial Court at Leipzig. The accused .did. not include the Allies' extradition lists, but were offenders who were brought to the 'knowledge of the Court. ;.yThe: accused were ex-engineers, con victed of plundering in the Belgian liamiet; of Edingen in October, 1918. ;Phfry.-were sentenced to five years and four., years' servitude, and two years' imprisonment respectively.

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STEWARDS' STRIKE. UNIONS' CONFERENCE Tribunal Wanted. INDUSTRIAL PEACE ACT USELESS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

STEWARDS' STRIKE. UNIONS' CONFERENCE Tribunal Wanted. INDUSTRIAL PEACE ACT USELESS. SYDNEY. Monday. The main objects of the conference in Melbourne to-day of the ? stewards and transport workers, 'is, it;!\vaB!ist'aitedi at Sydney Trades Hall this morning, to see If 'pressure cannot be brought '? to bear on the Prime Minister to bring about a tribunal with it view to settling the stewards' dispute. The opinion was expressed that. Mr. Hughes' Industrial Peace Act, which was brought into operation several weeks ago, has proved useless, as Its object is to prevent industrial distur bances. ' ? *

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NEW STATE COLUMN. The Movement from Day to Day GRAFTON REVIVAL. New M.L.A. Joins the Movement. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

NEW STATE COLUMN. Fhe Movement from Day to Day .?GRAFTON REVIVAL. New M.L.A. Joins the Movement. A -large,- artd representative gathering of South Grafton citizens met at the School of Arts, when New State addres-j Aim worn made by Dr. Earle Page, M.P., 1 Dr. T. J. Henry, Mr. Theo. Hill, M.L.A.,1 and Mr. Allen. . . | The Mayor, Aid. T. J. Roberts, presid-i =d, and said he was proud of the factj that the first public meeting he should be called upon to preside at in his capacity of Mayor of South Grafton was 1 New Slat.e meeting. He moved that (ho mooting form a league, to. be called the South Grafton .League of the Now jtate movement. '*.»'' Aid. ,T. Reid, in seconding the resolu tion, said it was significant that the people of the tablelands and Northern New South Wales were now solidly be hind the movement. In supporting the motion, Dr.' Earle Page delivered an instructional and in teresting address, and,, .with the assist ance of lantern slides, explained the general principles o...

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HUN TRADE. VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN FOR REVIVAL. Overseas Propaganda. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

HUN TRADE. VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN FOR REVIVAL. v; .Overseas Propaganda^ . (Router's Telegram.) : LONDON, Wednesday. neuters liorlin correspondent states that the present year will witness a most determined effort on the part of Ger many to regain a proper hold on the world's markets. Already there is a flood of imports to England from the Fatherland, including huge stocks of toys, machinery, and textiles, which have seriously effected tbo economic situation, and greatly ad ed to unemployment and closing down cf factories. Now the Leipzig Fair, winch has hith erto been substantially fostered and sub sidised by the German Government, is preparing a gigantic world-wide trade sweep (directed particularly against, late enemies), and the reviving of overseas trade. It has applied to the Government for 20,000,000 marks to be spent in trade propaganda abroad. The directors of the fair recognise that to be completely successful the csheme involved another 20,000,000 marks. This they are endeavori...

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HARDSHIPS IN AUSTRIA. Ten Years' Gaol For Profiteers. Worse Threatened. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

HARDSHIPS IN AUSTRIA. Ten Years' Gaol For Profiteers. Worse Threatened. (Router's Telegram.) LONDON, Tuesday. '? Reuters Vienna correspondent says the seriousness of (he cost of living in Austria waS^DVidenc'ed at the opening of the Government inquiry on the sub ject, when the Chancellor,! Horr Mnyer, said a bill would be introduced in the National Council, providing ten years' imprisonment or a fine of £5,000,000 for profiteers. The Chancellor said t that the great masses of the population were working their hardest, and were unable to earn sufficient to procure the barest neces saries. The only remedy was a stabil ised exchange and increased produc tion by means of ample foreign credits. Labor delegates demanded corporal, and even capital, punishment for profi teers, one raiiway representative saying that unless drastic measures were taken, his comrades would hang the profiteers in front of the Houiiso.

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FIRE AT SEA. ROME, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

^Fi RE AT SEA. ; ,'':?';'?.- ('Reuter's Telegram.) ? ? V. ' ROME. Tuesday. ' A steamer look' fire off Savoria, and disappeared. The fate of the crew is not known. .

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PROPOSED PALLIATIVES. Labor Prepares Its Own. (United Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

' ? ?'??'SSK.'.' PROPOSED PALLIATIVES, r , Labor Prepares Its Own. (United Service.) .-'#: . . LONDON. Tuesday. Refusal .to take. part in, the 'Govern ment's unemployment palliatives was Lhe first decision /of the Labor Party's conference :to-da'y. ? The conference appointed a commit .ee to prepare Labor's own proposals to relieve the/ situation. . A large/section., headed by'Mr. Tlllet,, assailed -Mr. Henderson for. negotiating with tluj Government. ?'. Mr. Cramp drew attenlio'n .to the heavy discharges among ih(5~ (railway, men. ? .

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WEST AUSTRALIAN STRIKE. Growing Army of Unemployed. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

WEST AUSTRALIAN STRIKE. '?'Growing Army of Unemployed. SYDNEY, Wednesday. A message from Perth states that the unemployed army, as a result of tho railway strike, lias grown to nearly 10.000. There nro no. slims of .'i settlement. Such of the Cable News on this Page so headed has appeared In 'The Times,' find Is cabled to Austrafto b} special permission. It should he under stood that the opinions are not those rjf 'The Times' unless expressly st?t id to b9 »«, . ? ?

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DETAINED PASSENGER. No Decision-Reached. MINISTERS RETICENT. R. D. Meagher Takes Up Case. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

DETAINED PASSENGER. No Decision Reached. MINISTERS RETICENT., R. D. Meagher Takes Up Case. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Mr. Esmond is still detained on. board the 'Makura.' -How long he will be there, or what will happen to him eventually, is not known in Sydney. The circumstances of the case are being considered by the Federal, au thorities in Melbourne, but no decision lias yet. been reached. A Melbourne messags ssiys that no lecision has been arrived iit by the Commonwealth Government as to' ' whe- ther Esmonde. is to be allowed in Aus .ralia or is to be detained on board tho Makura till its departure. Mi,, Foynton was engaged going through the paper.-., and refused to say mything about it. The probable ex ;-lanat'ion of his desire to secrecy is hat there are legal question jo be con sidered before action can be taken. It s understood one of these is whether the Commonwealth enn refuse him per mission to land. New regulations were Gazetted on Monday under the War rTecaution Repeal Act, and...

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WEDDING. McCullock—McEvoy. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

WEDDING. / McCullock— McEvoy. A qiliet .wedding took place on 29th December, at the home' of Mrs. McEvoy, Uingara, when Miss Marcolla. McEvoy wast married to Mr. K. J. McCullock, of 'Adjunbilly,' near Tuuuit The bride was Ris'on away by her brother, Mr. D. McEvoy. Miss A. McCullock, tho sister ot' the bridegroom, was bridesmaid, and tho' best man was Mr. A. McEvoy. The officiating minister was Rev. I-. A. Smith, of Presbyterian Church, Warialda. The guesla worn confined to members of the family, and amoiiK thoso present were Mrs. Wallis, of Wilrialda, tin r.nmd-mothpr of llu» bride, who, in spite of her 88 years wan able to journey over to Blngara to bo preswit. The home of the young couple ia to be in the Tumut district.

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FALLING PRICES. MANY WHOLESALE REDUCTIONS. Bigger Supplies. Retail Charges Still High. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

FALLING PRICES. MANY WHOLESALE REDUCTIONS. Bigger Supplies. . Retail Charges Still High. ? SYDNEY, Wednesday.. A downward movement has occurred in -the wholesale quotations for many ?.lecessary lines of groceries. Many listributors to-day admitted that the lay of high prices appeared to be com .ng to an end, and one prominent mer ihant gave it as his opinion that quo tations throughout, the world would re ceed further. Retail»1rrocers had commenced to re strict their purchases, and only operat ed on a. hand to mouth basis. Whole alo 'merchants and manufacturers wore anxious regarding the 'future course of prices. There wore many peculators- on the market who were ?ealising at .prices almost irrespective )t cost, and they were forcing the hands of many of the big firms. Standard brands of jam were reduced by sixpence J'or 24 ounce tins, and by 1 icepence for 3fi oz tins. Many lines imported from India and other Eastern countries are quoted at a lower rate, the contributing factor bei...

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PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

PROPERTY SALES. Ware and Co., Tainworth, report hav ing sold for Mr: A. .A. Norton; :Nemingha Flat, Tamworth his residence with 9i acres Freehold land to Mrs. E. H. Brown, also for Mr. George Brucp, Croydbn Park, his residence on the Gunnedah Road, with 24 acres Freehold land to Mr. N. J. Thuell, litre of Duri.

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SCHOOL TEACHERS' TRANSFERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

SCHOOL TEACHERS' TRANSFERS. Mr. W. A. Jones, who has held a posi tion an assistant, at Alma, Broken Hill, for rpur years, has received notice of his anointment, to Tainworth, «{.?? which place he will commr'neo duties .at the end of the Xmas vacation. Mr. S. M. .Tonos, who has boen an assistant at Burkn Ward, Broken Hill, for 'two years, has boen appointed to Boggy Crock, near Walcha, which he will take charge of on the 81st instant. Both are soiih of Mr. and Mm. W. Jones of Rod erick-street, and late of Moor Creek

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