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DEADLY GAS. Workman Has Narrow Escape. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

DEADLY GAS. Workman Has Narrow Escape. SYDNEY, ' Wednesday. At the Kenmore Mental Hospital yes terday one of tiro, employees was sink ing a hole near the green feed silos with the object of opening a drain, and at a depth of ten feet he was overcome by dizziness. Clambering to. the sur face, he took a spell, and tried again; this time barely saving himself., from insensibility. ^vu examination Qiscipseu that the pit 3ontainod about three feet of deadly sas. Flaming straw, dropped to -the bottom, was at once extinguished, and Lhrec cats, introduced at Intervals,' died within a few seconds, so the pit was ibandoned. ..'? ? A local mining expert' believes that tho gas had beou generated below ;the silo floor, the heavy vapour percolating to the lower levels, which were, tapped by 'tho' workman.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

- PRODUCE MARKETS. .: ?: - / ' ::SYDNEY, Wednesday. Another large, supply of forage was available at Alexandria th' is morning. The bulk : -of. the yarding consisted of medium : lo good wheaten chaff, prime cuts being unobtainable. ..?.?_..? Quotations:, Wheaten chaff, good 8/9, ijiedium 6/1. to 7/2. oaten .chaff, /inferior 4/7; 'lucerne -chaff-. 6/9; lucerne dust, brown 6/, green 9/6. choice 14/; lu cerne hay 3/ to 0/j. Algerian oats 2/5.: Potatoes iwere sold privately at ? 9/' to; 10/; onions 9/6' Ho- 10/6.. ?-? .,'.}.\ ?^.'?/^| .Northern ? sale.: ;Oaten : ;chaff, .j(e'x Kootingat, 6/9; ..'*' ; j; :V -^- !: ? ? ' - SYDNEY; Wednesday. : ?Winchcombe Carson, Ltd., report: .Rabbitskins were Id to 6d .cheaper at Sydney sales to-day. Bucks. -made to 27d,pelty to lGd, racks to 10d others from 2d per lb. ? ,

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE MARKETS. Sussex Street. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

LATE MARKETS. ? Sussex Street. SYDNEY. Wednesday. nuiet. \ . ' ; '\ i !«.: Tasmanian new Bismarcks were quo ted at £11. The market was firm and supplies were good, but. it was not known when there would be another shipment. Clarence Rivers were only coming forward in small quantities. A lew are expected on Friday. For choice Up To Dates £S was being quoted, but others were going at from *.C- to £7. Maize at present is almost unobtain able in Sussex Street. A few agents have small stocks, but they are holding these in the hope of _ better prices. There was none on the wharves, but fair supplies are expected at. Alexan dria in. the near future from Victoria. Some holders this morning were asking S/6 a bushel for yellow grain, but net much business . was done at that price. A little changed hands at 8/3, while as high as 8/1 was paid for white grain. Only small quantities of millet were available, moving off slowly, buyers seeming to be in no mood to operate except for- immediate requi...

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BURIED ON PREMISES. Founder of Charitable Institution. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

BURIED ON PREMISES. Founder of Charitable Institution. SYDNEY, Pi-Way. By six votes to five the JRandwick Council granted permission to the nur ses at Our Lady's Home for the Poor, Coogen, to inter the body of the late Miss O'Connor on the premises. The Deputy Mayor explained that Miss O'Connor was the founder of the order, and it was customary to make exceptions in the case of founders of religious institutions which would not apply to ordinary followers.

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LONDON WOOL SALES. (Reuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

LONDON WOOL SALES. (rieuter's .Telegram.) LONDON, Tuesday. , The London fcwool series opened with 10,1-31 bales catalogued. There was a largo attendance, but competition was hesitating. Tho market is quoted at appi'oxi mately 10 per cent, cheaper compared with December.

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FIRST PAYMENT TO WHEAT FARMERS. Available To-Morrow. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

FIRST PAYMENT TO WHEAT FARMERS. Available To-Morrow. Arrangements have been made by the Australian . Wheat Board for the distribution throughout Australia to morrow of the first payment duo to the wheat fanners under tho guarantee of' 5/. a bushel made to them by the Fed eral Government. Certificates involving a sum or £17,000,000 will be issued for the Immediate payment' or 2^6' a bushel for wheat delivered. The'kecond !-/&' is due on April M0. That portion of the1 certificate is transferable, and if ' a ' grower does not desire to receive the ' cash, but allows the amount to remain ui.ulrnwn, he will be paid 5 per cent, interest thereon. The first -2/ii will be! payable at the bank nanied on the cer tificates. The second amount' will be payable at any bank 'when wheat is de livered. After- Friday next, certificates will be issued as from the date of de livery. In'. addition,-. certificates, will be' issued for equity' in wheat remaining' after 5/ per. bushel has been paid....

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CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XVIII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. By ANNIE HAYNES. Author of 'Lady Carew's .Secret/' 'Clce- , ? ly Vlbart's Love,'. 'Footprints ' of Fate,' etc., etc. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XVIII.— (Continued). ? A contorted smile crossed Charmian's lips. 'That would be so likely, would it not? He asked, lie demanded youi' name, -but I kept faith— I did not betray you.' 'What 'did he do?' Errington asked in a strained voice. 'He was very angry,'' Charmian sai( simply. 'That is why you must go iil once. I did not give way to-day, but another time 1. might not be so strong. 1 might tellhim. That is all, I think.' She turned away to. go back to the house. . It was all very quiet no-\v; there was no rustling among the bushes, no thing save the faint movements of the tiny creeping things around that the^ had awakened, . the deadened roar of 1 London's traffic dn the distance. : Errington stepped after her quickly, and laid his hand on her arm! 'Come 1 with me, Charmian!' he said hoarsely. ! Charmian gazed at him in shee...

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PRICKLY PEAR INVESTIGATIONS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

PRICKLY PEAR INVESTIGATIONS. (Heuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Tuestfay. Professor Harvey ' Johnston has ar rived in London. Ho has- ' insltlUed. prickly pear experts from the Argen tine. iMexico, and America, and hopes their reports will be of most valuable assistance in eradicating the post in Australia, ?

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

^ ? — ? ___ ? ^— — — J— — — / w^^Jlf cooooo!! -V / If you like that harsh, ' , . ', r * puckery taste, get , -£wf. 'oJW^1?™'1 *fa -N» it's full .- ?-?#¥?£. , If you like the true ^ ? ' tea-flavor, get fine tea ''-' % like Bushells. It's so . ' ; ,^ / full of tea-flavor --- fine. — -;, 4 'ch- invigorating tea J'i^'i^ , taste— that it actually. * ^ ' ' , costs less per cup than ^ ' '- / 4i' -' !i(* ' tea that costs much less ^ - ' i -^ ' per pound. '\,_ Common tea hasn't : ' a single cup of real / - ji v tea-flavor in a pound. '*' ;ff\- j1 o Bushells Tea costs more per pound, but ,{ ' less per cup. ^tfM^^j^ purity ' fl|ijl§i QUANTITY L i ra S^A^^aI j^^i 'o not t lioo^e an inferior pre- '. ? , ' ^ ^IW-'TiS? ~^ — ' paralion that can be sold in ^ ; j§ iS^— -^p ^ lar8e quantities at ''-a .-cheap r f »j|£^ft^||j pncc. Chootc iath.-r Aunt , ; . - W§/s±™^^ Mary's Baling Fowder, the ^Sss^^^ direct product ol the grape, ^^ made from pure cream of tartar. : ' It goes twice as far and gives infi...

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PARIS CONFERENCE. Indemnity and Disarmament Questions. ROME, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

PARIS CONFERENCE. ..' Indemnity and disarmament Questions. OReuter's Telegram.) ? ?' ?'???''' :: : ;.'':. v-.'v ROMT3, Tuesday. Tlie 'Tribune' , forecasts that the questions-dealt with ast the Paris Con ference will b& Germany's disarmament, the revision of the Sevres Treaty, Ger many's 'indemnity damages, and the re sumption of relations with. Russia.

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

l'O REMOVE CnniB nnd Warta wltliout nny . Immbiis or dls-iDPOlntment, try a bottle of the Quoenslnnd Cattleman's reniQi'ltnhle discovery, known ns 'Rwnmp.' Just try jmj noli rei'--\t».. VSwnmpV ,!» .oMnlnablP . stores. Postage 3d extra, or locally from ' ..v.VMod ^u-llt-ii I'M, TUJllWOrlll, I Madam JAGNfcS SYLVIA WILSON, ^Herbalist ajad Masseuse, New State Treatment Rooms, Peel-street, Tamworth. j Is- a Specialist in the Diseases of the Human System, MALE AND FjEMALE. ; l| MADAM WILSON can prove success where others fall. Testimonials from grateful pc.tients prove her marveUous abllitT. II or great oiperiences' in many othor countries have been the means ot re3torin(;: hundreds of pronounced hope less oanes. Dont delay'. Don't waste time and money any longer No more expense of. Sydney. ' [ Madam Wilson's, Treatment Rooms have every appointment necessary- for the treating of all diseases, and patients come to her from all parts. This Is sufficient evidence of her ability. Rheumatism,...

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FIGHTING IN TURKEY. Greek Offensive Against Kemal. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

-' HCHTING IN TURKEY. Greek Offensive Against Kemal. ( Reiner's .Telegram.) » LONDON. Tuesday. A communique from the French Gen eral Staff- in Asia Minor confirms the opening oi' the Givek offensive against the Turkish Nationalist:}, and report tile capture of altogether 200 prisoners, and a quantity of war material in the couise of attacks eist oi Smjina, -which ended in the enemy retiring- in disorder. Tlie station of Karkeul, on the' Bag dad railway, was occupied.

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HOBBS ON BARRACKERS. "Generally Full of Humor." LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

HOBBS ON BARRACKERS. 'Generally Full of Humor.' ? - -(Router's Telegram.) : ' ' LONDON, Tuesday. J. B.-IIobbs, writing to the 'Star,' 3ays: 'When we were in Melbourne the barrackers were in tine form. Some !iow,:l love these barrackers. They are generally-: no full of humor, and know something about the game. 'Douglas was ..bowling with his back l.o the scoring /board, which was show- ? ing no wickets, for GO; when someone shouted'. 'Why don't you go to. the other end, . Johnny-? ,..Then , you'll see your, analysis.'.' .... ?]'.,

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GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Test Matches. ENGLISH PAPER'S ORIGINAL SUGGESTIONS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

GENERAL CABLE NEWS. ? -v ? Test Matches. ENGLISH PAPER'S ORIGINAL SUGGESTIONS. (United Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. ' The 'Sunday Pictorial' makes some humorous suggestions as to how to even up the testa: -'Let Douglas bo out only when he thinks hois out, amMwing the umpire! ? Do not decide the matches by runs. '.Statistics are notoriously misleading. Let the best, side win -the decision by means or a referendum in England and Australia.' ' ' ' ??' ' ? '

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BIG COUNTRY FIRE. Crops and Hay Destroyed. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

BIG COUNTRY FIRE; Crops 'and Hay Destroyed. SYDNEY.' Wednesday. Owing to fire 50 acres of standing crops and one largo stack of hay wore destroyed at Forbes. Another area of 20 acres was also ihurnt. At one staso the fire threatened to develop into a most disastrous one, but the attendance of HO neighbors with water 'carts and firejfightiiiK appliances soon got the outbreak under. There wore 2S stneks of hay at no great distance from the one consumed.

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DUKE OF CONNAUGHT. Inspects Fortifications of Madras. MADRAS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

DUKE 0F-C0NNAU6HT. inspects Fortifications of Madras. (Renter's, 'Telegram.), /MADRAS. Tuesday. The Duke of Connauu;!it spent a rimet d.ty In the morning he \isited (he' historic.. Fort 'St. . George, the con struction of which was began in J6-10, ,ind which at piehent is containing most of ? Che -.Government offices,, the^arsenal, and bai lacks. In the evening he dined with Reai \dmiiil .Tothhl .iboaid HMS High I.Vli '

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NO FAREWELL FUNCTIONS. Mr. Fisher Declines Invitations. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

NO FAREWELL FUNCTIONS. Mr. Fisher Declines Invitations. (United Service.) , LO.XDON, Tuesday. Mr. Fisher .ref.usBs.tarewell hispitali ties, and even ttirried Vj.owri a private function proffered5 by his K-How Commis .'sioners and Agents-General. He adopts the following' form of re ply: 'With all good will I shall not be available for any1 entertainments before returning to Australia.'

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BRITISH INDUSTRY. Slightly Brighter Situation Reported, demonstration at Norwich. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

BRITISH INDUSTRY. Slightly Brighter Situation Reported. ''..:' Demonstration at Norwich. (Reuter's Telegram.) LONiDON, Tuesday. ±i. cui&ui. . iiiiprovenieni m ui« muus trial situation is reported from Swan sea, where four tinplate works have re opened, relieving unemployment. The latest form of demonstration by unemployed is reported from Norwich, where, lioVtdod toy a band, they attended a service jnthe Cathedral, where the Bishop of 'Norwich prached.

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FRENCH ELECTIONS. All Communist Candidates Defeated. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

FftENCH ELECTIONS. All Communist. 'Candidates Defeated. .(Reuter's Telegram.) LO.VDON, Tuesday. Iteuter's Paris correspondent reports, that 'live .'Cabinet Ministers have been returned at the. Senatorial elections. All ten Communist candidates were de feated. The papers 'consider tho results en dorse the Government's, policy, and show that the national tendency is to wards political moderation.

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THE TURF. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

~ THE TURF. g;,^ ? f ? ? FIXTURES. JANUARY. II IS, 19.— Tamworth. M 2o!_N. and N. W. D. R. Association at ma Tnmworth. Mi 26, 27— Glen Innos. m 2C-Willala (Boggabri), All Heights. M 26— Darraba Hibernian All HelghU. W& ojj—B^ndeineer All--Ieights. m 2C 27— Werris Creek A.R.C. tm 29.'— Guyra All-Heights. M FEBRUARY. m 2, 3.— Uralln. Hi 2 3.— Murrurundi (G.F.). Ws 9i io.— Armidale Cup Meeting.; Bj 32.— Wai-wick Turf Club. ., Ml6, 17.-Qulrinai. -''u ^l''ld IJtI0U' m 24. 2-r-.— Walcha Picnic, , -i ? ,t.\r M 2S— Walcha .Tocltey Club. B (By 'Poltrel.' ? FREIGHT ON HORSES— IMPORTANT ? DECISION. H A cottl'erenco was held in Tamworth Hw,terday between representatives of BS ] imvortli and Armidale Jockey Clubs. HI It was decided that the owners of a'l JH horses competing at Tamworth next IH week and afterwards journeying to Ar ^midalK would receive the benefit of the K§ payment, of full freight from tlieir sm original starting point. This represents !§n a biK concession to owners, who...

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