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SYDNEY FERRY FARES. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

SYDNEY FERRY FARES. ? ..? SYDNEY, Thursday. Tiio .Sydney Ferries Company has in creased its fares by a half-penny. This, however,' does not apply to season tick eta, wlilch .'reinain unaltered. ^___

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIE IN MAYORAL ELECTIONS. Was Tamworth Procedure Correct? [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

Tl E I N MAYORAL ELECTIO NS. ?Was Tamworth Procedure Correct ?' At the meeting of the Tamworth. \Town Council on Tuesday, :Ald. Lanfa down brought forward a' point inregaid' to the election of the Mayor. He had noticed in the newspapers that in some1, other cases where a tie had occurred the' Councils had referred ihe question to .the .Minister for decision. He con sidered it strange' that they had' not done the same thing as -the Tamwoith Louncu, and thought it would be only' lair to ascertain what was the correct method of procedure. Aldi Upjohn handed a cutting to the! Town Clerk (Mr. Guy Ka'ble) relating' to the election of the Mayor of Goul uuin, which had also resulted in a tie. In tl)is case the problem had been re ferred to the Governor, some of the' aldermen being of opinion that under.-, the -new Act the Governor in the case of a- tie must elect the Mayor. After further discussion, the Town Clerk read a portion of the Ordinance deaiing. with the election of Mayors Issued u...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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ALLEGED WRONGFUL ARREST. Claim of £5000 Against Bishop. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

'ALLEGED WRONGFUL ARREST. Claim of £5000 Against Bishop. SYDNEY, Thursday. The claim for £5000 damages in re spect of alleged ... wrongful : su rest, brought, , by Miss Brid get ' Partridge. ' formerly' ' Sister Ligouri,- against Bishop ;Dw.ver, of Wag ga, will, in all probability, be heard before, a Supreme Court Judge and a jury of four at the March civil sittings. Pleadimra have been fllprt. i Mr. W. Hillr who is instructing' Mr. Shand, K.C., and Mr. Boyce, on behalf of the plaintiff, is busily engaged in the Preparation of- evidence. At least 12 witnesses will be subpoenaed in support ?of- the case for Miss 'Partridge. It is ex pected tine hearing wall last nearly a week.. It is likely that Miss Partridge will- be-to the witness' box at least two days. Jlessrs. Campbell and Flamnery, IC's.C, liiivc been retained on behalf of Bishop Dwyer. . ? ?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

-SPECIAL FORECAST. ^ For the Northern ? Tablelands and North and North- Western. Slopes, sup plied to 'The Northern Daily Leader' by the State Meteorologist, from the latest figures available each afternoon.. Cloudy and becoming sultry, with scattered rain and thunder. North east to Southeast winds. THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. / FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1921.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

PERSONAL. Miss Leah Freedman, who left Tarn worth about 12 months ago, has nc cepted a 'position in tho Publicity ve partment, of Messrs. Fanners, Ltd., oc Sydney. Miss Freedman will act as .display expert, and her duties will lane her to the capitals of the omer au.'=. At the last .fashion parade of the arm Miss Freedman acted as hostess, antt also conducted tho Children's Christ mas play under lier stage name of Miss Fay Chandon. Miss Freedman was heard to advantage at both these func tions with her popular musical jnonoo* gues, and under her new contract witti Fanner.*, will act as hostess at. futiirq mnunuiiuin parades.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

t To the Man on the Land | I'; ?iFencihg; M\$-e~[ 1 | WE STOCK THE FAMOUS AUSTRALIAN-MADE | ''1ARATAH.' |l This Brand has already made a name for itself because of its |{ excellence and uniformity of quality. lii Buviha for Caslr-enables us to 6ffer these Goods at Prices that 1 demonstrate to our customers the benefits derivable from our keen |j buying. . .?:, 1 No Store in the North can give you the same value. [ llj Our Prices are delivered on trucks, Tamworth. ^ Hi No. 8 BLACK WIRE, £28 per ton. j'! No. 10 BLACK WIRE, £31/10/ per ton. ' f 1 CHARLES REGAN LIMITED, | | PALACE OF TRADE, [ i?i:w8!!i:s™!!!:ft-':'i:i: ? ::?!::??!::? ' ' '- '' ilii iSl-BiiitljinpTiiiii ? -i Thibaulf s limited -; ADVERTISE TO-DAY, A FEW OF TflE 1ANY ,t GENUINE BARGAINS JOFFERING IN iLL DEPARTMENTS Navy and Butcher Prints, Spot and Floral Designs, 30 inches wide.'-5 Special value, at I/I I. Pillow Cases, 17 x 28, at 1/9 each. : ,. 70 Inches White Twill Sheeting, Pure Finish, at 4/6 per yard. '- ?j ? -Wome...

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A NEW SWIMMING SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

A NEW' SWIMMINGS SCHEME. A number oJf -Tamworth youths1 have . taken the matter of swimming into their own hands,' ana have established a per manent swimming bath or hole equally as good as baths, situated about six miles from 'Tamworth. The hoje itself is fully 700 yards in .length and is albout 60 feet»in. width. Near the centre is a beach upon, which seats have been erected for the accommodation of spec tators. A pier has been erected on the beach from which passengers are' taken lor trips in small boats. On the east ern bank' are two spring boards, high and low. There is also a crow's nest ?for higher- diving. ' Every convenience is handy, with ladies' ariti~men'a dress ing sheds. A carnival is to take place on January 26, the total proceeds to go in aid of the Tamwortfi Motor Am bulance. Cars will riin at a nominal COSt.' ' '' .'..:-..-?

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FIGHT TO FINISH. Ships' Officers Receive Notice. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

FIGHT 'f 6 FJNISH. Ships' Officers Receive Notice. SYDNEY. Thursday. The latest action of the shipping com panies in giving the ships' officers a month's notice has caused much un easiness on- the whole of the Sydney . waterfront. ? This move seems lo point to the fact that the struggle will continue for some time yet, and it. certainly Indicates me determination of the shipowners to fight to a finish. a There is evidence of much distress among Hie wharf laborers who ara usually employed on the inter-State vessels, and many are vainly seekins work elsewhere. 'igl.jflfll

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TAMWORTH'S "NEW MANLY." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

' TAMWORTH'S 'NEW MANLY.' The sand bag weir over the Peel j River at. Paradise is progressing to- j wards completion. When work ended j yesterday a solid wall of bags had been j laid which already has raised the level ' about six inches. Mr. Jas. White, the j Municipal Works Overseer, will.prob- j a'.My carry the wall up another two or j three feet. If this experiment succeeds j it will undoubtedly throw back a fine j sheet of water which will enhance, the ) beauty of the river aud make splendid i swimming and even . boating facilities. \ It will also open up great possibilities i for the Peel in the way of water con- j servatlori oh a small scale at little coat, j It .is satisfactory to note in response to j tho appeal for junior helpers that a large number .of boys turned- up and worked well. Mr. White hopes to have the weir completed by to-night. If it turns out the success anticipated no j doubt Paradise will be patronised by a ! large crowd on Saturday afternoon. j

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TAMWORTH SHOW SOCIETY'S ART UNION. "Auctioneers' Special Prize." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

TAMWORTH SHOW SOCIETY'S ART UNION. ?'Auctioneers' Special Prize.' The secretary of the P. and A. Asso ciation, Mr. P. G. Caliaghan, has to ac knowledge the following donations to wards 'The Auctioneers' Special Prize Fund' for the Art Union:— Farmers and Graziers' .Co-operative Co., Ltd-, *-K/r» .\ t. stfiwsirt and Co. £w-' Frank G. Caliaghan iS2/2, Messrs. Brownscombe, Ltd., £2/2, Messrs. Gar vln and Cousons, Ltd. £2/2, Messrs. Landers and Cantrell £2/2, H. H. Arm strong £1/1, Messrs. Lowcock antt King £1/1, 'Messrs. Bert Read and [to. £1/1, Messrs. Broughton and Co. tv It is hoped.that this list will be finalised in the course of the next few da'-s.

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EXCURSION TRAIN FARES BLUNDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

EXCURSION TRAIN FARES BLUNDER. ; ? . In a letter which, was considered by the Tariiworth Town Council on Tues day, Mr. F. White voiced a complaint in respect to the excursion train which left Tamwprth at 9 o'clocK on Decem ber 20 last for Sydney. Excursion _rateg;jvere_adyertised, but when intend ing passengers -went for tickets' they were informed that no excursion tickets were being issued this side of O.owah, near. Sydney. The writer knew ;,that tickers were being issued at. Scone for Newcastle at single fares for the double journey. The Mayor (Aid. W. A. Bourne) explained that the Railway au thorities were making refunds for am ounts claimed, which we're- paid in ex cess. The letter was left in the Mayor's hands to deal with. .

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DEATH FROM TETANUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

DEATH FROM TETANUS. .. George Edward Bird, aged 10 years, died from tetanus in the .. Tamworth District Hospital yesterday morning, at 11 o'clock. It is hot known exactly how the infection occurred, though the lad had a fall while trying to- mount a mov ing motor lorry m Peel-street, West Tamworth, the day before. He. did not seem affected at once by the accident but afterwards complained' 'of pains all over the body. He was admitted 'to the hospital on Wednesday afternoon. The lad also had a cut, toe, which might have been: tlie medium, through which he became infected. Ho was a son of Mr. arid Mrs. J. E.'Birci, of West Tam worth. The funeral will take place this morning, starting from the hospital at. 10 o'clocK. . ...

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LATE MARKETS. Sussex Street. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

LATE MARKETS. Sussex Street. SYDNEY. TJiursday. ?Business was extremely dull in Sussex Street this morning. It cannot bo ex-, jiected that tlierc will be much done un til thle. shipping strike is ended, and sup plies improve. There are practically no onions avail able, tout the nominal quotation is £9 to £io: Chaff is right off the market; oaten, which arrived on Monday, being quickly clieared. There are no Clarence River potatoes on the market, but Tasmahians are still i available in large quantities. There is | iio shortage at present. Bismarcks are quoted at £10 to. £11. It is not known when there will be further supplies from the Clarence River,' as the vessel is bar bound, while it is of course doubtful when there will bci another shipment from Tasmania. There are large quantities of oats flni the market, but the demand is light, very little grain realiisng more than 2/6, though' a little prime feed is quoted at 2/9. White are moving off slowly at 4/ to 4/3. The quotation for m...

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TAMWORTH NEWS. PASSED ALL HIS EXAMS. HIGHLAND GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

TAMWORTH NEWT a . ? ?? PASSED ALL HIS EXAMS. Mr. Jambs Sander's, Health Inspectors to the Tamworlh Municipal Council, sta-i ted -in his report to the Council last!: Tuesday that he had passed all the ex-'; aminations for- which ha had recently f-. entered. They 'qualified him for mom-j. bership of the Royal Sanitary- Instituto! and of the Institute of Sanitary En-j gineers, London. The Council passed aj vote of congratulation to Mr. Sanders i upon his success, on the motion ofj: Alderman Green, seconded by Alderman 1 1 BriORm. .' (' HIGHLAND GATHERING. i The Highland, Gathering to take f place on the Tamworth Oval on Annii- ?' versary Day, Wednesday, January 26, j will be followed at night by, a grand;, continental and picture, show. In add!-;! tion to the usual attractions there .will j:; beside shows on the ground during thoj day. Luncheon aaid light refreshments i will ibei provided on the Oval. Half 'of j' the net proceeds are to be donated to !.'? the Tamworth- District- Motor ...

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HOMEBUSH MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

HOtoEBUSH MARKETS. SYDNEY. Thursday. '' Cattle: 2700. The market was unal tered. Best beef 60/, second 50/, in ferior 42/. Bullocks £10 to £24, cows £7 to £18.- ' Sheep penned: 40,000. The market was 1/ to '2/ lower. Wethers 16/ to 34/,,. ewes 16/ to -30/; Iambs 13/ to'31/. Dalgety. and Co., Limited, report: — .Sheep: 42.000. The quality was very Eood and 'the market irregular and 1/ to '2/ lower. , Cattle: 2700. The quality was fair, and the market dull and 20/ lower. Wihchcombe Carson Ltd., report: — Supplies at the cattle sales totalled 2760 head. Competition was most irre gular,' and prices were lower. Forty hiie thousand sheep were on offer, but biddings eve for prime lambs and suck nrs failed to reach previous levels. These qualities, however, felt the do die 'in rates least. We sold crossbred sucker lambs from W. J. Shaw ('RowenaV to S4/1; Westernj cross-brods to 32/1, and Western suck ers to 30/. ' ' I

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BATHING FACILITIES. Weir at Paradise TAMWORTH TRIES AN EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

BATHING FACILITIES. Weir at Paradise TAMWO'RTH TRIES AN EXPERI MENT. Tho question of providing better bathing facilities for the citizens of Tamworth has bee-n a subject of dis- | cussion every summer season for at i least a generation' past, until it had j begun to to looked upon, as a 'hardy ' perennial' which was likely to flourish without any definite action being taken for a few more generations. Contrary to all expectations, however, the Tam worth Municipal Council took a decided ! ste)) forward in the matter aT its meet ing on Tuesday. True, the measure is i merely a temporary one — an 'experi- - liicnt,' in the words of Aid. Green — i designed only to last out the present summer season. But it bids fair to prove a success, and the Council is con- : lemplating further action which, may ' transform the present 'experiment'' into a permanent institution in the near future. - The ball was set rolling by tlie read- | ing or a letter from. Mr. H. W. .WSlkins, j asking the Council ...

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PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

PRODUCE MARKETS^ SYDNE'Y. Thursday. iChaff was steady at Alexandria this morning. Supplies were smaller. The demand. for choice oats was- better. Po tatoes and onions sold 'at recent 'rates. Quotations: Wheaten chaff, prime or good 7/9 to 8/6; medium f./ll- to 7/7; oaten chaff, good 7/6 to 7/9. medium G/ to 6/8, inferior 5/ to 5/3; derrick straw good 58; onions, prime 10/ to 10/6; po tatoes 8/ to 10/6, ? No Northern sales.

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OFFICIAL WHEAT CERTIFICATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

OFFICIAL WHEAT CERTIFICATES. Mr. J. Turribull, Tamworth agent for Lindley, Walker co-operative Wheat Co, Ltd.,' has received the first batch of of ficial certificates for wheat received.. From now on official certificates will be ' arriving daily.

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TO-DAY'S TEST. Cool Weather at Adelaide. Both Sides Practising. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

TO-DAY'S TEST. Cdbi Weather at Adelaide. Both Sides Practising. , SYDNEY, Thursday. At Adelaide beautifully cool weather prevailed this morning. It was cloudy, with a southerly breeze. , These condi tions are likely to continue for the test match to-morrow. . Th'e Australians had good practice at the Adelaide Oval. Mailey's 'arm is souna. ? ^ - The Englishmen spent the morning at St. Peter's College Oval. Hearne has not yet recovered and will probably not play. Fender will most likely bo inclu ded. ? .-.???

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WHEAT CERTIFICATES. First 2/6 Payable To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

WHEAT CERTIFICATES. First 2/6 Payable To-day. The first advance of 2/6 per bushel en this season's wheat is payable at all the local banks to-day, and in this issue The Regan Palace Roller Flour Mills, Ltd., arid Messrs. George Fielder and Co., announce that the certificates are now available and growers delivering; to their mills can secure them from tho mill offices daily between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., with the exception of Saturdays, on which days no certi ficates can (be issued, commencing from to-day. The mills have been advised fay the State Wheat Oflico that growers, who aro encumbered to the Rural industries Board only, can secure- their certificate for tho first advance straight away, and it is only necessary that the certificates for future payments be serit down to the State Wheat Office, as the only dock ages to . be- takon out of the first ad vance aro those for under f.a.q., inferior bags, and for cornsacks. The management of the mills would esteem it a Tavor...

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