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DISARMAMENT. HARDING SUGGESTS CONFERENCE No Cessation Otherwise. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

./...DISARMAMENT. - HARDING SUGGESTS CONFERENCE No Cessation Otherwise.' . (Router's Telegram.) LONDON, Tuesday. Mr.. 'Daniels has advise-l Senator Harding to call a- .conference of all na tion;;, to discuss disarmament. .. Testifying- before, the Naval : Commit: . tee ho said a conference of nations to arrange 'an agreement for disarmament was advisable.. Senator Harding should strive ,,vfor this meeting unless the United b?Stes became a member of the Lp'.tuc of Nations immediately. Mr. Daniels added:' 'Until that con ference secures a world agreement, let there be no cessation in the building of ships alrady authorised by Congress;'

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

MARKET REPORT Schute, Bell and Co., Ltd., Sydney, report 'under date, January S, 1921: ? ? It would seem that the 'scheme' has been practically assehtedl to by the British Government, though no official announcement has been made to -that effect as yet. Presumably in that event special legislation will liave to be in troduced to render adherence to the scheme by. all Australian wool growers compulsory. Approval of the proposals lias so far been so universal, however, that there is very unlikely to be appreci able opposition to the proposals as sub mitted by the special committee that formulated them. . It is anticipated that a decision will 1)6 come to this week by the 'National' Woo'. Council as to the date sales are to be resumed, the aggregate quantity :o be offered during February, and allo :ation of such total between the several States. If- the 'scheme' has, in the meantime, received official sanction, there would appear to be justification for ottering rather larger quantitie...

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CORK'S LORD MAYOR. To Be Deported from America. VANCOUVER, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

CORK'S LORD MAYOR. To Be Deported from America. (Reuterf's Telegram.) VANCOUVER, ' Tuesday. The State Department, has asked the Labor Department to deport Alderman ! O'Callaghan, Lord Mayor of Cork. The State Department declines to waive the passport reculation. Aid. ' O'Cul'laghanj 'came to Newport News in. violation of the ifnited States iaws. The Secretary of Labor allowed him parole, but the State Departmeht declines to agree. ??

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NORTH AND NORTH-WESTERN SHOWS. Fixtures for 1921. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

NORTH AND NORTH-WESTERN SHOWS. - Fixtures for 1921.' {?Mnyra P.A'.'.iand ,H. Association, P. N. btevensoil,--secretary.,. February 16, 17-, L S ? ? ? ' ' . ?. ; Inverell, February 22, 23, 24 ttober-tnon A. and H. Association, E. a. Martin, secretary, February 22 23 Southern New England p. and A. As JJl °« (Urallft). H- W. Vincent, sec retary, February 22 23 24 ? „ Nowcaotlo A., -H.. an'd {. Association, ^ J. Dann, secretary, February 23 to 26'»i Pam worth t and A. Association, F. G'. .allaghan, secretary, March 1, 2, 3. Tenerfield P.. A. and M. Society.' K1 N. Whereat, secretary, March 1, 2, 3 ' aSw'v ?!VernA- ami H- AGSocition' al?ShTI4:5RHPOUntailVSeCre Glen Innos P. and A. Sociely/Cco; A. ^riost, .secretary, March 8, 9, 10 : Armidale and New England Pv A ml H. Association, A. H. McArthuiV ecrotary, March 15 to IS ; ' ' Upper Hunter P. and A. -A5s^-alion; v ? Sav;ki'3. secretary., March' 1G, '17.; ttirrabri 1\. A. and H. ASRociation,: .. C. Baker, secretary, April. 13, 11, 15. \ ....

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NEW VICEROY. FAREWELL TO ENGLISH BAR. Hopes for Success. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

NEW VICEROY. FAREWELL TO ENGLISH BAR. Hopes for Success. ^ ? . . ? j| ... (Ueuler's Telegram.) ' LONDON-. Tuesday. '?Replying to' congratulations from the Bar on ..his appointment as Chief Jus li-;e, Sir Gordon Hewhrt voiced his ap preciation of Lord. Heading this morn ing in the High Court in the presence :-f judges and leading barristers, and many of tlio public. Lord Reading was greatly moved. He 3uid he -did not propose to guess the reasons for his ^election as Viceroy, seeing that lie Jiad no knowledge of In lia, but ho abided by the assertions of .hose competent to judge. '1 leave the judicial Bench,' he said, but am not . lorsaking or aDanuoniugi Die pursuit of justice, but rather pur siiilng it in larger fields, but. one road is not so certain or well laid. In 'the* law' courts a man Is limited by the facts In the evidence before him, whereas in politics he has not all the factors always before him until 'per haps long after he has given his deci sion.' | , ?He was going to ...

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TAMWORTH TOWN COUNCIL. Fortnightly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

TAMWORTH TOWN COUNCIL. . Fortnightly Meeting. After a month's' interval the ? Tam worth Municipal Council resumed its or- ? Jinary meetings on /Tuesday last, the .neeting of December 28 having been allowed to lapse, owing to its prqxl .nity to the holidays. There was a full attendance. The Mayor (Aid. W. A. .Bourne) ^visited the members of the Council n .irosperous season during 1921'. His greeting was heartily reciprocated by .lie aldermen. CORRESPONDENCE. Mr. R. W. Webster, honorary secre tary Caledonian Society, applied for permission to hold the usual annual High land sports procession on January 26, to jtiirt from the fountain in Jlarius itreet. He. also asked the Council to jrect a barrier at the Filzroy-s.reet en yance of the Oval for tho sports on January 26, sis il. would materially as list the ticket sellers; and also to put .he bicycle track on the Oval in order ;6 enable tho riders to train upon it. George Lowe, secretary of the Tani .vorth Hicycle Club, asked for the us...

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REDS AGAIN. Concentrating Against Persia. FOR SPRING OFFENSIVE. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

REDS AGAIN. Concentrating Against Persia. FOR SPRING OFFENSIVE. (lieutei's Tclogiain) ?? LONDON, Tuesday The E'olsheyiks are concentralt- !| 'ing largely at' Baku, and Intend to j } invade Persia in the spring. j i Bntish commei chil firms aie taking l--cc.iutlon-j for evacuation on the with Jrnwal of the Iiiitish (loops The Biitish .legation has oidoied the immediate evacuation of women and children, who will suffer severe hard ships in the snowbound passes. The . remaining British subjects, in cluding the legation staff, ? are leaving in the spring with the Shah's Court.

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MAKURA HELD UP. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

MAKURA HELD UP. ~' ; , ' SYDNEY, Wednesdav .The stewards employed on tho mn ] steamer Makura have given notice of their intention to leave tho vessel nitel'1 tb010fore wiu be heUl 'P ind'efl

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WEDDINGS. Meppem—Gilmour. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

WEDDINGS. Mepperrt—Gilmour. ' St. James's Church, Sydney, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Wedr nesday, December 8, when Miss Jeanne, second daughter of Mr. W. Ollmour, of Artarmon, was married to Mr. G-. H. Mep pem, late- 46th Battalion A.I.F., second sou of Mr. and Mrs. A W Meppem, of Bellata. The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her father, toy whom she was given away, was handsomely gowned in white crepe de chine, trim med with tiny georgette frills, with em: hrniriArprl veil fund wreath of orahKO blossoms, lent by the bride's sister, and she carried a magnificent bouquet of white flowers tied with Royal blue and old gold ribbon, the bridegroom's bat talion colors. The tride was attended as ?bridesmaid by her sister, Miss Eva Gil mour, who wore a frock of white crepe cle chine trimmed with ,wide filet inser tion and white hat lined with shell pink, and carried a bouquet of white carna tions and roses. Tlie. 'bridegroom was supported by his brother, Mr. Arthur...

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

Northern— Lowe. A quiet but pretty wedding was cele brated on De cember 22, at thei. R-C. Church, Quirindi, when Gladys Margaret, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lowe, of tlie Villa Braefield, and Ernest George, the eldest son of Mr. and the late Mrs. Northern, of Westdale, were united by the. Rev. Father Harrington. The bride, who entered the church with her brother-in-law. Mr. P. Castigan, who gave her away, was -charmingly gowned in white cashmere 'de sole, and georgette, and wore the customary wreath. and veil, and carried a bouquet of real flowers, composed of lillies and daisies and maiden hair fern. She was attended by hor sister, Miss .Ninah Lowe, as brides maid, the latter wearing a pretty frock of white mauve silk and georgette witli pink tulle hat and. carried a bouquet of pink and white roses and sweet peas, W;ith blue streamers, and wore a gold bangle, the gift of the .bridegroom. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a gold expanding wristlet watch, and tlie brid...

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Roberts—Marshall. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

Roberts-^Marsliall. A' very pretty' wedding of. interest to ii large number of friends was celebrated in St. Barnabas' Church of\ England, Ithaca, Brisbane, on Saturday afternoon, January 8, at 3 p.m. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Canon Garland, V.D., ex:Chaplain A.I.F., assisted by Rev. Mr. Taylor The parties were Wil liam Alfred, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Roberts, ^ of Guyra, ? New South ft'ales, 'ex-member of A.I.F. (Anzac), and secretary of Returned Soldiers' League, 3-uyra, and May, second daughter of Mr. md Mrs. G. P. Marshall, of Grove Estate, Brisbane. The church was beautifully lecorated by friends and members of 3t. Barnabas' Church. The service was rnlly choral in honor of the bride. who I was a member of the choir for ^tbe previous eleven years. Th'3 , bride, who was given away by her eld-' lest brother, Mr. E.' Marshall, was pret tily gowned in Marquisettes. She also .wore a wreath and veil, with a pretty white shower bouquet, and was attended jby Miss E. C...

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COSTLY INQUIRY. Eleven Barristers for 69 Days. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

COSTLY INQUIRY. / Eleven Barristers for 69 Days. SYDNEY. Wednesday. The legal costs arising out of tho protracted inquiry into the Soldier Settlements administration before Mr. Justice Street are expected to be par ticulurly heavy. Kleven barristers, including two King's Counsel were employed, together with instructing solicitors, lor G9. days. Tt is estimated that tho lp?al costs will be about £SOOfl.

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RICH TIN FIELDS. Good Report From Grenfell. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

.RICH TIN FIELDS. Good Report From GVenfell. SYDNEY. Wednesday. Several leading; citizens of Young, who havejjust returned from an inspec tion of the tin fields at Boolong Range, near Grenfell, reports that the field is richer than was at first expected. Vciv rich samples of ore were brought from four prospecting shafts, the- deep-' est of which was down 70 feet. The tin deposits can be traced eight- miles' through the range. _-''. ^ ? .

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WOMEN JURORS. Experiences in London. Excuses for Non-Attendance. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

WOMEN JURORS. ^Experiences in London. __,.„;$&',.:-' -;: ? ? ? . ? ? *'?) Excuses for Non-Attcndance.f. , (United Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. Tho excuse of one of tho many wo nen called for the first time to serve -n juries at the Old IJailey to-diiy was: 'I am so awfully nervous. 1 don't Jilnk I am suitable.' The Common Sergeant soothingly re narked: 'Wio are all more or less ner ,'ous,' ? but ho oxcusod -the lady upon. ior poi'siHting that numbers of other vonion, more strong-minded than lier ielf, would enjoy serving. Another woman was refused exemp ion because slu- had no particular rea lon for desiring to ho excused. Sleeplessness, attendance upon an. god mother, and a single-handed busi ess, were among tho excuses accepted; ut most of tho women wore apparently nxloui to sn what service on a jury, .?ould to like.

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"MAD AS A HORNET." PROHIBITION LEADER. Referendum Postponement Denounced. "Defiance of Law." SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

-'MAD AS A HORNET,' PROHIBITION LEADER. Referendum Postponement Denounced. 'Defiance of Law;' SYDNEY, Wednesday. The Rev. Mr. Hammond, President of the New South Wales Alliance, said, to day that he was as mad as a hornet at the statement matie by the Premier, in which he informed the public that he ignored the lnidn'ciatory 'clauses of the Liquor Amendment Act, and would re fuse permission for the people to vote on the question of prohibition. j He added:' 'The referendum is the child of democracy, and the ' Premier wn'd his party now repudiate their off spring. If everyone is going to ignore that part of the law that they ilo not like, then our Constitution will soon be a thing of shreds and patches. .. ' 'When the CTo'vernment dery the lawi they will find that their ac|urn is a boomerang. The question is not one*. Involving the merits of prohibtion' soj. much as Constitutional Government. Since there is no necessity to pay the , dispossessed liquor sellers in cash, and ? since th...

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MORE VIOLENCE. Sinn Feiner Sentenced to Death. Armed Funeral Party. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

MORE VIOLENCE. ': Sinn Feiner Sentenced to Death. Armed Fuiieral Party. (Renter's' Telegram.) LONDON, Tuesday. At Dublin the Black and Tans were tired on, and returned the fire, 'wound- ing Thomas Conoll'.^' the (well-known ? trainer, and killing his groom, who was' '.n the lino of fire. At Cork, Joseph Murphy was sen tenced to death for the murder of a soi dier in the lorry ambush on October 8. i'he prisoner pleaded an alibi. At the funeral of McGrath, who was killed in the attack on Tramore bar racks, ii military lorry aimed with machine guns preceded the hearse. Troops lined the graveside with rifles at the- ready, and a machine gun train ed:

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IRISH TROUBLES. Break-Down of Negotiations. MR. BONAR LAW BLAMED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

IRISH TROUBLES. Break-Down of Negotiations. MR. B0NAR LAW BLAMED. (Ueuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Tuesday. The military at Tullamore ordered prominent' Sinn Feiners to repair the .oads around the town where trenches ;ad been dug by the Republican army. The 'Daily Graphic's' Paris corres- ' riondent says Archbishop Clune, inter .'iewed by the 'La Liberte,' accused I Mr. Donar Law and other Cabinet Min- ' sters of influencing Mr. Lloyd George igainst peace negotiations with the Sinn Feincru. He said the Prime Min ister's desire for peace was ' equal to I'.is own. He attributed the failure of the at fempted negotiations to Mr.. Bonar Law's condition of the surrender' of Sinn Pein arms in connection with the' truce, which the Sinn Fein refused.

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Lockwood—Moule. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

Lockwood— Moule. On December 28, at St. John's Church Deopwater the Rev. F. Wilde celebrat od the marriage of Graham Hawksley L'ockwood, sone of Mr. and Mrs. John TiOckwood, Deepwater, with Miss Ethel Grace Moule, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Moule. The church was tastefully decorated by friends and relatives of the Ijride, and a handsome wedding bell was suspended over the bridal pair. Thu uiiue was given away by her father her irock being of ivory satin lace and pearls, and true lovers' knots and rose nids. A court train of georgette lined with shell pink, and a handsome veil and wreath, completed a very pretty costume. She also wore a diamond bracelet, a gift from the bridegroom As the bride entered the chuiich, the choir sang 'The Voice that Breathed J or Kden,' and the Wedding March was Played by Mrs. Wilde. Miss Eva Kichno -liece of the bride attended as maid -vearing a nattier blue cr^e-de-chene frock, with a mastic colored sash and ?wt to tone. Her gift from the bride groom w...

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BIG LIVE STOCK PRICES. Farmers and Graziers' Co. Pushing to the Front. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

BIG LIVE STOCK PRICES. Farmers and Graziers' Co. Pushing to the Front. The Secretary of the Farmers and Graziers' Co-operative Co., writes:- — 'Although we 'have not been hand ling fat stock for any great length of time, our shareholders and wellwish ers will no doiibt be pleased to know ibat last year we handled just on 200,000 sheep at the Flemington Yards, being in the third position among 20 brokers. 'We started the 'new year well, as, at the first sales of. 1921, we topped the market with a line of sbred suck ers on a/c. Mr.. G. A. Ferrier, of Baan Baa, which sold at 34/L We also sold for Mr. B. T. Mullaney, of Table Top, suckers up to 33/7. Shorn wethers from Mr. W. E: Davison, Condobolin, went to 3.3/1. ' 'Our clients participate in any pro fits that. -we may make, inasmuch as any surplus, after paying working ex penses, is returned . to senders by way of bonuses. '?Only by co-operating, and ; making use of effective organisation, can pro ducers procure the full advantage tc ...

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

RETURN THANKS. The sons and daughters of the' late Mr. F. H. Rushbrook desire to thank the Tan1 worth 5nb-Bran-n ci? 'he 'Un- turned Sailors aiii' Soltlto!*' Leatrup and all kind friends for wreaths, cards, telegrams, and other expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereave ment.

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