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UNEMPLOYMENT. NUMBERS GROWING RAPIDLY. Acute Position. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

UNEMPLOYMENT. NUMBERS GROWING RAPIDLY. ' Acute Position. . SYDNEY. Thursday. According to union officials, the un employed problem is growing more acute every day. It is estimated that be tween 16.000 and 18,000 arc idle through out the State. One phase of the question Is at pre sent troubling unionists, apart from the stewards'' . strike, is that every ween batches of workers arrive from Queens land, Victoria,, and South Australia, ap parently under the- impression that New South Wales is ready to absorb them in all classes of work. It is estimated that at. least 8000 work ers from other States made the trip to Sydney during the' liist three months. One of the unions, wiUi;a vast number of unemployed on its books. Is 'Uie Rail way Workers' Branch of the A.W.U.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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NAVAL POLICY. Capital Ships Must Go. WHAT AUSTRALIA SHOULD DO. Admiral Henderson's Views. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

NAVAL POLICY. . ? -#. ? Capital Ships Must Go. , YVHAT AUSTRALIA SHOULD DO. Admiral Henderson's Views. (United Service). LONDON, Wednesday. Tho ? United; Service Agency states: — A mutilated' and .incorrect, account of, our naval message cf January 10 has been re-cubled; ;tpa the /'Morninc .Post,' I and has riistujWcIttffe AtlmiraltyjsljrtreHs Officer, who disclaims 'that any snecia'l committee upon Naval policy has deci ded to refer certain questions to the June conference,'' or that anything was said about the trasfereitce c\f squad rons to ? 'Melville Island and Hohen IoIir.' We had not referred to the Coniinit ee's policy or to Melville -Island' in our message, wihich was based on the statements of high authorities, and un doubtedly correctly represents the views of the school at present domin ant at ,th,e, Admiralty. OAir informants at the Admiralty were shown the 'Morning Post' cable, and agreed that it incorrectly described our January 10 message. 'CAPITAL SHIPS USELESS. Admi...

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POSITION IN MELBOURNE. Conference Proposed. Government to be Approached. MELOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

POSITION IN MELBOURNE. Conference Proposed. Government to be Approached. M'RLQURNE. Thursday. ?Negotiations are in progress for the settlement of the Stewards' dispute. It. is understood that as the result of the Union Conference yesterday proposals have been made to the ship-owners, which may be discussed at the meet ing of shipowners to-day. sfrint K^r.ronv is bninc kept with re gard to the proposals, but is is .knowm that a definite decision was arrived at. and as Use outcome cf the conference proposals were made to the owners. Late this afternoon the union confer ence assembled at the Trades Hall. It is not likely that any definite r'- ply will be made by the owners. If they refuse to negotiate, and maintain their attitude that the men must return lo work, as. seems .likely, Ihe next move will be to interview the representatives of the Government in order to seek a round , table conference.

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STEWARDS' STRIKE. No Signs of Weakening STRANDED NEW ZEALANDERS SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

STEWARDS' STRIKE. No Signs of Weakening STRANDED NEW ZEALANDERS SYDNEY, Thursday. There are no signs of weakening on the part of the shipowners in the at titude defined at the Trades Hall. No hope of a settlement of the Stew ards dispute is held out unless the own ers agree to confer. About 500 stranded New Zealand men held a meeting in the Town Hall .to-day. Although 300 New Z'ealandera liJdjfJiiway by the Haimuka this morning it 'is estimated that, there are still seve ral hundred passengers held up. The Now Zealand Government has done its best to make provision for some of the most urgent cases. At the meeting the Sydney represen tative of the New Zealand Government said that at the request of the chair man of the meeting he had cabled the Prime Minister, Mr. Massey, asking that, a steamer be sent to carry the New Zealnlreders home. In reply he had- been asked to try to persuade the Union Co. to, lake as many as possible by the Manuka and by the Moeraki next week. , ? The Union: ...

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

HIGHER TEMPERATURES. SYDNEY. Thurday. There are signs of a return of hot weather outback. This- morning the mercury was steadily risingi and many readings of over 90 were shown at an early hour. ' ? ? . Such of the Cable News on this' Page so headed has appeared in 'The Times,' t)t\A Is cabled to Australia by special permission. It should be under stood that the opinions are not those if 'The Times' unless expressly st?! mJ 1j Im ».

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ALLEGED UNLAWFUL KILLING. Arrest in Perth. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

ALLEGED UNLAWFUL KILLING. Arrest in; Perth. SYDNEY. Thursday. WilliiMnUSwrieUy, &M»a il1 Uie...Porth Hospitdji las^nielitlf' lie. was alleged ,,,tq have insii.U-jrii?^'c)|! ut?a theatre^ylien hVrftc;(-^p^iSnV$Dpnald ? -.Nichol,,. struck ?Mm' dbw'ri. ''*'?:'?? ;.''???' . ' '? Nichol has. been arrested .on a charge of unlawful 'killing. -

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

Madam 5AGNES SYLVIA WILSON, 8L Herbalist and Masseuse, New State Treatment Rooms, .-,.,. . Peel-street, Tamworth. is a Specialist in the Diseases of the ... .? Human System, MALE AND FEMALE. MADAM WILSON can prove success whore others fail. Testimonials from grateful patients prove her marvellous abilit'?. Her: great experiences . in many other countries have been the means of restoring tandredr. of pronounced hope less cases. 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 la sufficient evidence of her ability. Rheumatism, Chronic, Inflamatory and Muscular, Sdatia, Lumbago, Excema, and All Skin Troubles, Fits, Nerve Trou ble, All Lung and Chest Troubles, Cata rah, Piles, Cancer, Ear and Throat Trduble, Diabetes and Paralysis, Make your appointment to-day. Phono 898. . WILL VISIT. ARMIDALE.— Saturday, ? January ...

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CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XIX.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

CHARMOT& LOVERS. By ANNIE HAYNES. Author of 'Lady Carew's Secret,' 'Cice ly Vibarfs Love,' 'Footprints oj ., F»te,' etc., etc. (COPYRIGHT). ClIiVPTBR XIX.C-ConUnued. :? . Biit Sir ? Haiuisli was, hq.v t(iVe're. l.The, ?rooni ^vas .-.empty.., and. lpolted., at^first sight just as usual except that' a large silver frame which had always held her photograph was emjity. She crept RcrosB the room to Jook at it. Yes, the Photograph was gone, and over there in the flreplaco lay some torn, pieces of cardboard. C'hurmian drew a long deep '6« 'b sue turnea away. Then her eye was caught by., something that lay on the other end., of the writ'fcig table^ — ;iis if It had been thrown down careless ly- She stared at it with horrified fascin ated eyes without moving for a minute, , then she went slowly over and looked at it more closely. It was ;a common place osbject enough, a lady's bag wrought in a curious pattern with many colored beads, but Iharmian knew she had not been mistaken; it w...

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

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SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTI8TS. Mechanics' Institute, Brlabane Street. _ . Tamworth. Services every Saturday, at 10, 11, and 1 o clock, M. R Whlttaker, BvangelUt ?

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

CHEAP HANDY UNES MERINO EWES. HANDY TAMWORTH. ...... ABOi!2l 5°i? MBRIN° EWE WBANBHS, October 'drop. From high-class station 200 m, EWES, f.m., shorn September! ffjftjftm to Prime, splendid 300 ffitXTS ^i^VjJT* qUaHl'; a^ -ndiUon; about 40 450 SlS^efri^/'^d8 IK' f6W f!lUlty- ShOrn °CtOber- g°°d — 300 MERINO MIXED WEANERS, unshorri. Well grown. In good condition. CARY1N AND COUSENS, LTD, TAMWORTH, CHEAP COTTAGE. SITUATED IN AN ELEVATED POSITION. i, A- , ? ? ? f. AREA: 1 Acre oi [ ^-^ joined W.B. Cottage, kitchen, verandah back ? ana front, copper set In, electrh light, telephone and water Inid on -.f'j' SgCe°dnVenienCe' and ^ Perf8Ct °rder- ™°£ *«W-. Terms can be ''* '? ' ? ''?' » ? / For firm offer oi' further particulars apply: MAHONY AND CO., Property Salesmen, Tamworlh. 'PHONE 161. ? ?_ ? ' ? CHOICE PROPERTY TO LEASE. MOREE DISTRICT. ~ / 5430 ACRES SETTLEMENT LEASE, 20 Miles from Railway. Well improved and watered by bore drains. Good Homestead. Country operf black uf... « soil p...

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DISARMAMENT. Strength of Leading Navies AMERICAN VIEWS VANCOUVER, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

DISARMAMENT. tSl ? -. Strength of Leading Navies AMERICAN VIEWS (Reuter's Telegram.) VANCOUVER, Wednesday. Sir. Daniels asserted to-day that the United States construction plans would also put the States siheud of Japan, the total tonnage ratio being one and a half to one, but if Japan completed her pro jected programme- to 1927 the ratios would be reduced to one and a quarter to one. , : His figures show thai Britain will be considerably superior to the United States in light cruisers and submarines. Tlie United States would also be in ferior to Japan in battle cruisers and light cruisers. Japan's 1927 pro gramme had been approved by the Jap anese- Government, but the 'appropria- tions were not made. If this was car ried out it would give Japan twelve battle cruisers, aggregating 430,000 Ions, compared with the United Statesi eight aggregating 260,000 tons. Answering Chairman Butler's ques tion if Britain's geographical situation did not entitle her to the command of the sea, Mr. D...

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TAMWORTH WATER. Recent Condition Explained. The Moor Creek Supply. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

' TAMWORTH WATER. , ».;???.?'. . Recent Condition Explained. The Moor Creek Supply. 'What is the matter with the_water supply?' Every citizen in ? Tamworth has been asking, this question 'for more than a week past. Their curi6sity,and alarm at its muddy appearan6e . and peculiar odor found a reflex at- the meeting of. the .Tamworth Town. Coun- cil on Tuesday; when Aid. Upjohn ask ed a aeries of- Questions respecting what has been happening in connection with the service. His questions, and the an swers — given Iby'the Town Clerk,. Mr.. Guy , Kable — are ' appended hereto, as supplying to some extent an explana tion of the mystery: — ; ... ?? . 1. Who was responsible for the thousands of gallons of water being al lowed to run. away from the storage dam and down the gutters?. - /?The Town Clerk explained that, the largest service' reservoir had been emptied and 'cleaned, and this had been carried out by the officer in charge of the water supply work with the appro val of the Mayor and...

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CRICKET FATALITY. Bowler Drops Dead. HOBART, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

CRICKET FATALITY. Bowler Drops Dead.. HOB ART. AVednesday.' The West Kentish v. Melrose cricket match at Sheffield yesterday ended tragically in the death of Leslie Morris aged 27. Ho was bowling and had just delivered a ball when he fell. A doctor was sent for., and on arrival found that Morris was dead. '

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TAMWORTH COMMON. Is Credit Due to Mr. Scully or Captain Chaffey ? Explanations in Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

TAMWORTH COMMON. Is Credit Due to Mr. Scully or Captain Chaffey? ' Explanations in Council. A letter from the Under-Secretary of the Lands Department, sent through Mr. P. C. Scully, M.L.A., was read ' at 'the meeting of the Tamworth Town Council on. Tuesday. The letter enclosed an ex tract, from the Government Gazette, ? of December 17 last, notifying that the Reserves Nos. 54,322 and 54,323 had been withdrawn from lease,' and set aside for temporary common. In other words, they had been restored to Tam worth Commons, of which they had formed a part.' Alderman Upjohn said he'had noticed that Mr. Scully had complained in the press that the Council had not given him credit for his work in connection with the matter. The first time they had taken the question up was when Alder man Gillies and himself went to the Local Government Conference in Syd ney. They tried to get in touch with Mr. Scully, but he was absent from Syd ney. They then saw Captain Chaffey, who showed them round the Dep...

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AUSTRIA'S PLIGHT. Verge of Economic Ruin. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

AUSTRIA'S PLIGHT. Verge of Economic Ruin. ? (United Service). LONDON. Weduesady. 'The Times' states that Austria is in ?i terrible pli'ght, and on the verge of economic ruin. Tho shortage of food makes Vienna's position critical. Strikes multiply, making government impossible. 'The Times' Berlin correspondent says official quarters are informed that Austria has intimated to tho allies that Uie Government has reached the end of its resources, and Intent! to resign, placing tho administration of the coun try . in the hands of Reparation Commission. .?

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INDIAN PRISONERS RELEASED. ALLAHABAD, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

INDIAN PRISONERS RELEASED, (Reuter's Telegram). ALLAHABAD. Wednesday. All the prisoners ? in connection with the riots, totalling 660, have been re leased by. the Government with the ap proval of the landlords whose property was damaged. ? ??:'?' ??..-. ?:. . . ? ,?

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Japanese Press Comments. CRITICISM OF U.S.A. Japan Urged to Take Lead. Dominions "Interference." LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

Japanese Press Comments. CRITICISM OF U.S.A. Japan Urged to Take Lead. Dominions 'Interference.' (Published -in ' The Times ') LOWDON, Wfednseday \ Tokio message sa-s Ncival dis armament is the great topic. The edi tors took no part in the discussion, lbeL ing content to print the numerous daily cables . until -yesterday,- ?: when .they broke silence. TIir newspaper 'Jijl' asks the coun try to define its attitude. It. points out that Japan declared at Geneva she could not restrict her armaments while America continued to expand hers. The 'Jiji , urges the Government not to await the lead of others, but to boldly make disarmament proposals. Japan was bound, as a Great Power, to exert herself, not only in the interest of the world at. large, but in the highest self interest, for one half of the national ex penditure was devoted to armaments. The old Conservative journal conclud es by making, a suggestion calculated to raise the hair of the militarists — that , the anil}' be reduced to...

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

We lies to announce, that- we have secured the services ot MR. S. A. GRAY, Jun. I La to of CoilarencbrI, to tnko charge of our Stock and Station Department. Our clients., can bo assured of every, attention to their requirements, as Mr. Gray has hud a lar^e experience in ? dealing with Stock and Land Matters'. Particulars of all classes of Stock and Properties are invited- and will be much appreciated. ? , VICTOR COHEN AND CO., TAMWORTH. THE OLD FIRM WITH THE NEW NAME; WANTED. We; have a buyer for a cottage with a decent yard to keep a horse, Uuyer is prepared to give from £700 to £800 for a 'suitable placa Owners kindly send particulars to — FOR SALE OnTmONTHS' BILL. 1400 Wethers, 6 tooth, and 4 years old, about 100 are Crossbreds, shorn September, in splendid condition. PRICE: 23/6. FRANK WYNDHAM AND CO. ',.. (E. E. UPJOHN), AUCTI0NEERS.___ TAMWORTH. We are Local Agents for the Scottish Union and National Insurance Co., ana are prepared to accept all classes, Includ ing: Fire, Wool...

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MUNICIPALITY OF TAMWORTH. Estimates for the Year 1921. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

MUNICIPALITY OF TAMWORTH. Estimates for the- Year 1921. -____?_&^^2S£-? imcc of the provisions of the Local Government Act 1919. GENERAL FUND. Unl or proposed expenditure out of the General Fund to which the proceeds of the rate are to be earned ? £±m total Unimproved Capital Value of land on which rate » to be ^ ^ land within the- Municipality. -4|s__: STREET LIGHTING LOCAL FUND ;_I_r unt of proposed expenditure out of Street Lighting Local Fund . fto wbteh the Proceeds of the rale are to be carried ? «»» unt in hand Available for such expenditure). . .. ... ?? ?? ?? ?? * unt ft other revenue likely to be .available for such expenditure Nil un requ red to be raised by the rate fdr such expenditure. . .. £10. 'total Unimproved Capital Value of land on which rate is to be ^ ? _^£T« E S'andlevied-is .a^cal Va^ oV fiVe-seven- ' ths of one penny in the £ on tne unimproved vjapuu v«»..» for tne purpose of defraying the cost of lighting pubic places to be levied within the Lightin...

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