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NORTH-WESTERN WHEAT PLOTS. Results of Experiments. INVERELL, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
NORTH-WESTERN WHEAT PLOTS. Results of Experiments.' INVERELL, Thursday. inverell experiments with varieties of wheat this ..season have been con ducted by Mr. R. A.. Warden in co operation with the Department of 'Ag- riculture. The \ Mount Russell results this, year aro the best for the whole of the' Government wheat,, plots in the uarth-west;- 'Thenivurbernof plots is 14, located :at :wido'idistunces! apart, viz; — At Qulrindi, Tamworth,.- ; Guyra. Qui polly, Narrabrd, Gunnedah, Warialda, Pallamallawal Bann Baa, Wee Waa, Boggabri, Dumaresq, Manilla a'nd Mt. Russell. The land at Mt. Russell was sown to1 barley without manure for preen feed in 1019 and fed off. If was ploughed in February 1020, and sown with the different wheats on 21/5/20 without manure. It was fed off for two days on August 3 and 4 by 500 sheep ou 30 acres. The feeding off was not bare; no harrowing of the crop was given.' The wheat attained a height of 3 feet G inhes in the case of Canberra to as high as i feet G ...
STOCK AND CROPS. In North and North-West. GUNNEDAH EXPERIMENT PLOTS. Reaper Threshers in Demand. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
STOCK, AND CROPS; In North and North-West. GUNNEDAH EXPERIMENT PLOTS. Reaper threshers in Demand. r The y.ieldo of the several ? varieties tested this year by Mr... Y. C. Ormislori,] at 'Glenfenzie,' Gunnodah, in coopera tion with the Department Of Agriculture, have been made available to the 'Gun- nedah. Independent and Advertiser,' by I the District Inspector, Mr. Mark H.I Reynolds. The several wheats were sown on 5th j .Tiinfi. pnil worn readv to harvest on 29th | November. .They stood up well to liar-, vesting (which took place on 23rd and! 21th December) with exception of Gres-I loy, Canberra and Bomen. which lodged j in patches, b,ut little was lost in the har- ( vesting. The tallest variety was Gres-( ley (4 feet),: swul the shortest Canberra (2 feet 9 inches). Bomen was slightly' pinched, and Federation affected to a1 small degree by ru3t; the other varie.-| ties wern of good quality with well filled grain.. \ Yields: Hard Federation 311, Yandillal King 29, Canborra 281, Cur...
WOOL PRICES OF VARIOUS KINDS! [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
WOOL PRICES OF VARIOUS KJWD3! 'Over the Kange' writes: — ? ?, ' It was, alluring to read in 'The Sun' ol January 5 about one .grower getting SO/ per sheep for wool off a few studs. 1 hope some of our brilliant amateur statesmen won't regard this as general for average flocks. 1 was offered 3Ad find M per lb in Sydney for some faulty o'ross-bred, equal io about 2/ pe:- sheep in my case — just cover cost, of .shearing, transport, and sale expenses. I would require £3/G/8 per sheep to clear cost at. original mob, decimated by drought. This is the other picture. A grazier's or a farmer's life haa not been, for many years, and is not now, what city folks seem to think.
THE LATEST Home Rule Act. NOT WANTED BY ANYBODY. Suggested Concessions. Definite Statement Called For. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
THE LATEST Home Rule Act. NOT WANTED BY ANYBODY. 1-S Suggested Concessions. ttt Definite Statement Called For. (Published in 'The Times.') LONDON, Thursday. 'The Times' Dublin correspondent intimates in a survey of the attilude of Ireland towards the Home Rule Act, that only an eleventh hour amending bill will make it acceptable to all sec tions. Otherwise: in the opinion 0E both -inoderate and extreme Sinn Fein ers-, it will be' impossible to arrest tho drift towards anarchy and despair. Hardly anyone shares Sir Hamar Greenwood's optimism, and nobody but a few moderate Unionists are willing to gove the act a trial. The current talk about peace and disarmament merely obscures Ihe real issue. ? Moderate Sinn Feiners, who are wil ling to come to reasonable honorable terms, have made common cause with the extremists, as they do not see that the Act has any prospect of success. They slate that they are tired of the arms' length sparring between the Pre mier, and the semi-official and un...
New French Premier. DISSATISFIED DEPUTIES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
New French Premier. ' DISSATISFIED DEPUTIES. (Published in 'The Times.') LONDON, Thursday. 'The Times' Paris correspondent wires: M. Poincare and M. 'Briand are mentioned as M. Leygue's successor, though thero is reason to believe both, are not likely to accept. The position is critical,, and anything may happen. The Chamber of Deputies is decidedly pro-British, but is determined definitely to instruct the new Ministry to insist! upon pressing with firmness the French view of the disarmament and repara tions questions. The Chamber feels it has not got much from the recent inter-Allied con ferences, and wants a Government whicli will insist upon France's just dues.
WHEAT FOR ITALY. BIG TRANSACTION BLOCKED. Alleged-Interference By Board. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
WHEAT FOR ITALY. ' BIG TRANSACTION BLOCKED. Alleged- Interference By Board. SYDNEY, Thursday. Intercolonial Traders; Limited, claim that the farmers, will lose by the wlioat Board's virtual blocking of Uie firm's transaction with the Italian Govern ment for the purchase of 550,000 tons of wheat at 9/G a busliel, ana 2UU,WU tons at 9/3 a busliel. ?Mr. Henderson, the manager nf tho Company that stated they did not open the negotiations with the Italian Gov ernment.,' but wrote to their Berne house ? regarding harvest prospecls, and in due course got from that, centre business at 8/3 a bushel. Tfiey replied that business could only result at from 10/3 to 10/6 a bushel. .Eventually they received an order to supply the Italian Government with 250,000 bushels which was subsequently increased to 550,000 bushels at. 9/6 and 200,000 at .9/3, for the macaroni manufacturers. Had not the Wheat Board interfered, as it had done, they might have pulled off 'o big transaction at 10/3 a bushel. They...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
CASUAL COLUMN. J lne» for 1/ (minimum two llne«, about Blx ;d l» made for booking. ? POSITIONS VACANT. _ WANTED^-A General, no washing. Ap- | Ply. Mrs. Bert Read. 'Amblealde,' HIU Street, Tamworth; ? WANTED.— Housemaid Waitress, at once. Anniv. Rovnl Hotel. Tamworth. ? WANTED:^ Woman Cook for Commercial Hotel, Burron Junction. YrU,ses; i Waitress, 25/; also Laundress 28/. Apppls, Guo. E. J3mith. _ ? _._ \\;ANTED.— Smart Toune Girl for our drapery and millinery departments. Bankrui-t_Store, Tamworlh. ? _ U-ANTI3D'. ? Assistant General, also Wait- i . ress. 'Mrs. Sands, Peel Street, Tam worth. ? !_ ? ..__ ? : ? WANTED.— A Waitress. Apply, Commer . ..cial Hotel, Tamworth. ? WANTED. ? A Nurse' Girl. Apply, Mrs. W. Upjohn, Napier Street. Tamwcrth. SITUATIONS WANTbO. WANTED by Lady.— Position aa Teacher in subsidised school. Q.C. standard. Western district preferred. Teacher, 'Leader OlTlce, Tamworth. ? OPEN ENGAGEMENT.— Flatten Machinist, with seven .years' experience. Country preferred....
CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF WEST TAMWORTH. Sunday, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PAHISH OF WEST TAMWORTH.. ? , Sunday. January 16. St. Paul's— 8 and 11 a.m., H.C., The Vicar; 7.30 p.m.. The Vicar. iWestdale. — 7.30 pan., Mr. H. Briese. 1 NUNDLE DISTRICT. January 16.— Second Sunday after Epiphany. . ??? Dungowan. — 11 a.m. Woolomln. — 3 p.m.. - . ,'? Nundle. — 7.45 fl^.m. Election of Church Wardens after scr-. Vice ,on Pirat Sunday in February. No minations invited. ..,., ,'
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Fine; But Unsettled Later. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Fine; But Unsettled Later. SYDNEY. Thursday. Pressure note: Since 9 a.m. on Wed nesday the' centre of the cyclonic dis turbance in the Territory has inoved eastward from the vicinity of Daly Waters to the Western Gulf country, Queensland. Its present position, to gether with the conformity in the shape of the other isobars over Eastern Aus tralia, Hint is, in a series of dips, re sulted in a familiar type of monsoonal depression often productive oi wide spread rain and thunder. The exten sive 29.7 inch isobar is still an import ant factor on the chart, for it includes the Northern Territory, Queensland, and a large section of the South Pacific between the Solomon Islands, Fiji, and the north end of New Zealand. On the other hand the great high pressure oc cupied the greater part of the mainland with its centre still over the Western Bight. The latter for several days past has been gradually diminishing 'in pres sure value,' being now 30.2 inches to the sout...
BUSINESS CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
BUSINESS CHANGE, i The business formerly carried on at Inve'/ell 'and Gravesend as Beynon, Waugh and iDotfin has been formed in to a limited liability company, and will now be trading as Beynon, Whugh and Doolin, Limited. They will continue to trade at Inverell and Gravesend, and having decided to extend the business tliey^have opened a branch at Moree, and secured offices in the Imperial Hotel buildings. The Inverell office will, be in charge of the Managing Director, . Mr. R. J. Doolin, assisted by a competent staff. The Gravesend branch will be managed by Mr. C. H. Rouse, who is well known in the district. The Moree office will be under the joint management of Messrs. Arthur Thorn and A. B. F. Doyle. Mr. Thorn was associated with the Inverell branch for three years, and prior to that he was for a number of years with Messrs. Garvin and Cousens, Ltd., Tamworth. Mr. Doyle, who has had a life-long experience amongst all classes of stock, will attend to the out side work. .''.'.. The...
YOUTHS COMMITTED. BREAKING AND ENTERING CHARGES. Alleged Poor Reward. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
YOUTHS COMMITTED. BREAKING AND ENTERING CHARGES. * Aliened Poor Reward. * SYDNEY, .Thursday. At the Fadington Police Cbuit three youths, Harold Deiil, Mervyu Coleman, and Stanley R.unsay, were committed for trial on a charge of breaking and .entering the Woollahra Branch of the Australian Bank of Commerce, and stealing 11/. Sergeant Best, giving evidence,' jsaid Dent told him he was with the others when the Bank was broken into. ne of the boys got through the fanlight and opened the door from the inside, and let them in. His share was 2/6. The three accused, together with Thomas Ryan, aged 16, were sent for trial on another charge' of breaking and altering the Government Savings Bank at Woollahra, and stealing 1G/S. Sergeat Best said Dent confessed to him that they took a brace and bit and a chisel, and took turns at boring Uie front door of the bank. ' Ryan and he only got sixpence out of it, and Cole man, who declared he kept watch, said he1 received nothing. On another charge of ...
A STOMACH TONIC. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
A STOMACH TONIC. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. There are many people suffering daily, from what they firmly belie.ve to be a serious organic malady when, in tact, 'I they are simply in need of a tonic that will build up the blood. This is particu larly true of many cases of indigestion. Because of the distress which follows | meals, the dizziness and gas, they feel - there is something radically wrong with the stomach. Plenty of rich blood is necessary for the processes of digestion ?'. and i£ the I blood supply is impaired digestion suf fers. The food, instead of being con verted to the uses of the body, remains in the stomach until fermentation begins and liie accumulated gas causes distress. To build up the blood there is nothing better than Dr. Williams' t'ink Pills for Pale People. They tone up the. enure system, make the blood rich and led, strengthen the nerves, increase the appe tite, put color in the checks and lips anil drive away that unn itural tiled feeling. Plenty of sunli...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, St Andrew's, Tamworth.— 11 a.m., ami 7.30 p.m. ?'??;??. Nemingha. — 3 p.m. ' , Organ prelude, 7.15. p:in. Rev. Geo. Cowie, of Uralla. BAPTIST CHURCH,' TAMWORTH. Sunday, January 1G. ? Tnmworth— 11 a.m., 'Self Justification ' Mr. J. H. Ford. i Bective— 3 p.m., 'The Relations of Jesus,' Jlr. J. H. Ford. Tamworth— 7.15 p.m', Brjpht Song- Ser vice; 7.30 p.m., , 'A Woman's' Con fession,'' (Mr. : H'. J'ord. Visitors heartily invited. FnvontB and S.S. scholars are re minded that the names of candidates for the S.S. Union examinations will foe taken at the School Hall, a£';3 o'clook on ; .',' Sunday afternoon. Scholars please at tend.
METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921
METHODIST CHURCH. Tamworth. — 11 a,m., Mr. A. Howiett. Tomwortih. — 7 30 p. m, Rev. T. M. Tay lor. B.A. ' Subject: Will spiritual ism save the world?', West Tamworth. — 7.30 p.m., Mr. R. C. Clark. Halltsville. — 3 p.m, Mr. W. A| Bourne. Winton. — 3 p.m., Rev T. M. Taylor. Gitlley. — 11 a.m., Rev. T. M. Taylor. Oxley— 11 a.m., Mr. P. Peterson Duri. — 3 p.m., Mr. P. Petea-son. * Gowrie. — 11 a.m., Mr. R. C. Clark. Goonoo Goonoo Road. — 3 p.m., Mr R C. Clark.