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mworth Hospital Committee. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

Imworth Hospital Committee, —7- ? ^ MONTHLY MEETING. n eThe monthly meeting of the ' Tam jrth District Hospital Committee waB Kl on Monday. There wore present: H A. J. Telfer (president, in the ilir), Messrs. Grayston, Wane, Peth Wk, Rev. T. M. Taylor, Dr. Buckley, m the secretary, Mr. W. A. Bourne. Hfalogies were presented for the ab ?Ice of Messrs. Nankervis, Collins, Ron, and Dr. Harris. U CORRESPONDENCE'. ||l-e Government Architect forwarded' lieport from Mr. B. Perrett, Supervis §1 Engineer, respecting the leakage in m new boiier of the hot water service. TO Perrett found the leak was far less Mn a few days ago, and that it would ?bably stop of itself by rusting up. Ht persisted it could be stopped by a ?ill quantity of oatmeal in the boiler. H was decided, on the motion of Bsrs. Grayston and Petherick, to take ?further action at present. As any wage at so early a stage was unsutis Rory the contractors to be informed fit it any necessity for repairs showed pHf, the Committee wo...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PHOTOS AND ENLARGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

PHOTOS AND ENLARGEMENTS. The Eden Studlv-s, Sydney's Itvi.-ling photographers, offer 12 beautiful Cabinet Photos and a 12 x 1 0 hi ml ivi»i.smoht on an Indian-tinted platu sunk mount mea suring 20 x 18 inches, for J7/fi. The StudioB are at 727 Gecrgo-hlroet; jivst ucar the Central .?Station.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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DUKE IN INDIA. Opens Madras Legislative Council. MADRAS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

^..u; DUKE |N |NDIA Opens Madras Legislative Council. ,,,.. , (Iteuter's Telegram.) 'K::--1' MADRAS, Wednesday. The' Duke of Connaught to-day open -«d'.Wthe Madras Legislative Council, which constitutes the object of his visit to°ltfdia. ' ? , Ho said he had come to bring affec tionate greetings to the Indian people 'from the King. He wished them God ' speed/; 'on behalf of the Sovereign ana 'Vhe Bister States of the Empire in cher ishing the growth of a policy fitting to the Indian people. v ''The President assured tho Duke or ''the Council's earnest desire to respond 'to the confidence reposed in it. He -ex- :jij)je,sfsed profound loyalty and devotion 'to 'the King- __} ?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Germany's Commercial War. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

Germany's Commercial War. Thero is nothing surprising in the news that Germany is making a tre mendous effort to recover her lost trade. The German was never a per son who liked to give up anything that hc.thoujrht he had a right to, or any thing that he thought he had the, power to take. After seeing Germany's tho-| rough'.-and 'painstaking methods of war organisation, it should have been ob vious to anyone that she would be oven more thorough in her campaign for commercial supremacy. Before the Hun j made the mistake of going^o war he, had,,almost reached the position of being abler to dominate the world by means | of his supremacy in trade. -Probably nobody realises what a huge mistake he made in going to war better than tiro Hun himself, and the news that millions j . are being spent in a campaign to re- 1 cover his lost trade is only what might j nave been expectod. ] ...Whether this campaign will be| —crowned . with . success depends ( mainly on the) other nations of the world...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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RECORD CROPS. ESTIMATED YIELD. Increased Area. BIG SURPLUS FOR EXPORT. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

RECORD CROPS. ESTIMATED YIELD, Increased Area. BIG SURPLUS FOR EXPORT. SYDNEY, Thursday. Tho Slate Statistician has made avail able his official estimate of the wheat crop for the current, season. ' I can hot give absolutely accurate figures,' ex plains Mr. Smith,' 'until I receive the final vetunis in April or May, but. thn statistics have enabled me to forecast an approximate yield with some cer tainty.' The following figures were contained] in his estimate: — ? Total yield: 55,302,000 bushels. Area harvested for grain: 3,107,500 acr&s, making an average production for the State of 17..S bushels to the acre. This average constitutes1 a record for the present, wheat-growing area of the State since 1918. The estimates of crops in other. States are: Victoria 40,000,000 bushels,, South Australia ' 34,743,000 bushels,' West Australia 12,1 77.000 'bushels, Queensland 4,174,000 bushels, Tasmania 400.000 bushels. ? ' The disposition of this season's wheat is as- follows: uvivuruui...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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FRENCH GOVERNMENT RESIGNS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

:*rench'g6vernment resigns. (Router's Telegram.) T.nNIDON. Wednesday. The' French Government has re signed. ? '

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PLAYING THREE CARD TRICK. Three Accused Sentenced. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

PLAYING THREE CARD TRICK. Three Accused Sentenced. 'SYDNEY, Thursday. The hearing wns considered to-day at the Central .. P.olice Court of the case in which three men were charged with having encouraged Charles Sydney Smith, a farmer, to play the three card trick. No evidence was given for the de fence. The magistrate passed a sentence of six months upon Roberts;, while tho other two accused were, sentenced to tln;ee months.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOR CONFERENCE A.L.P. EXECUTIVE AND PREMIER. Mr. Storey Explains Position Strong Opposition Element SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

LABOR CONFERENCE A.LP. EXECUTIVE' AND PREMIER. Mr. Storey Explains Position Strong Opposition Element SYDNEY, Thuisdjy Contrary to expectations the Premier was not accompanied by any member of his Cabinet when he met the execu tive of the A.L.P. in conference to-day, but there were about 20 members of the Parliamentary Party present. The t-V-ii$ai\jiice was held at /'McDonnell House. Mr. Lambert presided. The press was excluded. Mr. Storey occupied nearly the whole of the afternoon with an explanation of the necessity for l;is visit to London. His object, he pointed out, was to ob tain first hand knowledge of the finan-j cial position, and the industrial situa-, tion in England, alto to c.eal with other matters affecting New South Walesr i With regard to the meeting of Par- 1 liament he emphasised the fact that' the Government's majority was only one. The only necessity for Parlia ment meeting would be for the passage of legislation which would be strongly opposed by the Opposition....

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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THE TURF. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

- THE TURF. — ' . . ^ . — FIXTURES. ' J . ? ??' JANUARY. . : 18, 19. — Taraworth. 20.— N. and N. W. D. R. Association at T.imworth. J6, 27. — Glen Innes. 30— Willala (Boggabri), All Heights. 26— Barraba Hibernian AH Heights. 26. — Bendemeer All-Heights. ag) 27. — Werris Creek Grassfeds. l-i— Guyra All-Heights. . ., FEBRUARY. 3, 3f— Uralla. ' i. 3.— Murrurundi (G.F.). . 5.— Quirindi Grass-feds.. .. .' 9, 10. — Airmidalo Cup Meeting. 12.— Warwick Turf Club. 12.— Goodwood Park All-Heights and Trotting' Meeting. . - ill, 17. — Quirindi. - 21, 2r-. — Walcha Picnic. : 23 — Walcha Jockey Club. . ? (By 'Poitrel.' \ N AND N W D R A MEETING. The North and North-Western Dis tricts' Racing Association has decided to hold a meeting at Tamworth Race course the day following the Tamworth Jockey Club's big Summer meeting. Nominations for all events close with the Secretary Mr. A. J. Johnston, or with the Secretary of the Tamworth Jockey Club, Mr! H. G. H. Read, on Tuesday next, January 18, the firs...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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BOARD OF TRADE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

BOARD OF TRADE. SYDNEY, Thursday; As soon as the Board of Trade con cludes' its inquiry into-'lhe cost of living at Broken Hill at the latter end of this month Judge Beeby_ will preside over the Profiteering Prevention Court for Broken riill and district.

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HOUSE BURNT DOWN. Fire at West Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 14 January 1921

HOUSE BURNT DOWN. Fire at West Tamworth. The home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Flowers, next to the West Tamworth Flour Mill, ivaB burnt down yesterday afternoon, li appears that Mr. Flowers was out at jie time tho lire started. Mrs. Flowers was outside the main dwelling,- wash ing clothes, when suddenly she heard a oiiarp crackling noise inside the build ing. She hurried to'- the* central bed ,-oom, and when she opened the door a jense cloud of smoke and flame burst iiiKAnirit Mrs. Fiowers rushed out to Ull UUQ11I *-»»»j« — - — ? ? ? toe iront of tne house, crying for help, jne succeeded in attracting Uie atten ? on of several men who were working at West Tamworth Flour Mill. These ...on, luessra. K. Jones, J. Nankervis, P. Casey,, T. Reid jyyl /F-i Barnes, ran;, across ia .-).he biyging building, and by strenuous' efforts managed to save a lot of ther:'best furniture -from i 'the :f ttint ' i-ooms. The. smoke was very thick then, and Mr. P. Casey received a nasty cut auout the head uy bumpi...

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

PROPERTY SALES. -----------           Ware and .Co., Tamworth, report hav   ing sold for Mr. J. Dignam his 'Beach   worth' property on Dungowan Creek,   comprising 633 acres C.P. and C.L. land, also for B. W. Bright, his pro perty on Dungowan Creek comprising 1100. acres C.P. and C.L. land.      

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

FUNERAL NOTICE. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bird   are kindly invited to attend the funeral   of their late dearly beloved son, George, to move from the Tamworth District Hospital at 10 a.m., this day, Friday, for Presbyterian Cemetery, West Tam- worth.       ROLLINGS & ROBINSON, Funeral Directors. FUNERAL NOTICE. The friends of Robert Northmore, of Westdale, are kindly invited to attend his funeral, to move from the Tamworth   District Hospital, at 3 o'clock, this day (Friday), for Church of England Ceme-     tery, West Tamworth.   ROLLINGS & ROBINSON,   Funeral Directors.        

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PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

PROPERTY SALEsf Ware and Co., Tamworth' report hav ing sold for, Mr. G. T. Goodchlld his Uinglea' fann on the.i.Peel River, four miles irom Tamworth, comprisiiu 205 acres, freehold, to Jlr. H. ,p.- Ward of Scone; also block 4, .Addinglon Estate Greeumount, Queensland, comprising JH acres, freehold (mostly lucerne land highly improved), to Mr. R. H. Horau of Tamworth; a;so block 2, same es late, comprising 101! acres, freehold, to air. 11. Metzke, of Greenmouut.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

? I-' to. .be .Bilious, Crabby, Sleepless, Feverish or ;;..;:„ to suffer from Acidity and Stomach . Troubles ?t! :?:,'. :'jyVi.- Which are eaten as readily as all ordinary * -? ,;;,(,,v Chocolate. They are good for Grown-ups too. ?..'.-.?. ; ^ Sold «rerywW« in Boxc. Fr». Sample from Laxetle Co., M.lb.»r«i. I , ?t ; f °e £ue ' Pcl'ttiiML Li me*! v ENGLAND via DURBAN and CAPETOWN. I : ^Nestor,' .'Ulysses' ? ... 16,000 tons. 1 wAnchises, 'Aeneas,' 'Ascanius' ... 10,000 ions, :| Luxurious :Trnvc'I at Mdder.itc Fares by (be Finest Steamer* in I the Trade. 1 ' smokfnly T)nTy CabnS! m»«nifi-*rt derks. luxurious drawing rooms and 'j ?Mnoking lounges. Only first-class passengers carried. Private suites. ?-.] The route taken by this Line keeps to latitudes in which extremes of I temperature are avoirifrUami smooth seas pr^ominaK-. -» '.-..' C For «niHn« -lutf«. fnrcs. etc.. apply t»- r '| Gilclirist Watt & Sanderson - nl., !- .O'lonnell Street, Sydney. [\ :~ r ' ' lii,''^' ? .'TTTT.::...

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"JERALONG ESTATE." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

'JERAL0NG ESTATE.' This ideal mixed farming properly is being offered for sale by auction at tie day^ew Hallo B°S^l'i' on WednS T' Jlb''ai:y »? next- Ml Particular, ui wnicn nave appeared in our advert s h! CfanrS- ,The °State * situated on mito r °«s Liverpool Plains, eight miles from Boggabri township The wheVi '!™ acres behold, splendid wheat land, watered by springs finks ami weils, with up-to-date improvemems and subdivided into twelve grazing pad d££f '» ^ree ama11 CIlItiv«t'on Pad docks. Boundary fences are all rabbit Pi-oof netted, with a complete plant ^ 'le,WJ» *??«.« walk in walk out basis, and the terms are on a most lib eral scale, via.- £4500 cash deposit 5 per cent, at end of first year, 5 per cent at end second year, in per cent, end oi' cfiird year, balance end of sixth year carrying interest at 0 per cenJpei annum, payable quarterlr. . ' '.' ? , ,The auctioneers are Harrison, ',' Jones and Devlin, Ltd., Sydney, aud^Devine!. Elliot and Martin, Boivabri ? l ?

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BOY SCOUTS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

BOY SCOUTS. (Reuters Teleirram.) LONDON. Thursday. The Prince of -Wales has issued ah i appeal for £200,000- in aid of the funds Of the 'Boy Scouts' Association. ' Ho says that on his recent tour he had an opportunity: of seeing the strength of tho Boy: Scouts' movement. ??

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DOVER BYE-ELECTION. Government Defeat. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

'? ? Doi/iri: BypiLipji on^; i-(S6vernment)'b&feati (UnitedaServiceO LONDONjiiThui -,day 'l-)ie.:iipoveRiTuyiQlectipn/tres'ulted i — ;-S)r;-Thpmas3Pplsbnf;:f.;^^13,947 . 'Johnri Aster, Y;brptlier of' ^:;--yiscpuhtli (Coalition). 10,817

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JAPANESE IN AMERICA. VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

JAPANESE IN AMERICA; (.Rau tor's. Telegi;am; YANCO U.VER, Thursday.;''' : A .mess.fige lrom IJrpTynsville, Texas,' saysi'VpTlbwihg a! confefonco ^i{h '. ijof presentatiyes ; of . the , American' 'iiegidn; Mr: Skish.i, 'a, ?Japanese -land 'agent, ? a'd iSispci;' eight '?- Japanese :. families',' to return ?to; ? California, .b'ejipyirig' ,tlVat' ah attempt jp'',?taft;a:!s^pney;';^erp ^ would; be un

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JURYWOMEN. Female Foreman at Old Bailey. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

JURYWdMEN: VFejiajc ; Foremaii atiOlcl Bailey. (Hc'u'te'r's Tielegram:) LONDON, Th'ursday. T ?:'yA-. wpman^was appointed foreman; I of brio'vjury ^'ati; tiie' ''Old: ^ailey. . ? ? ' ' ivj^o 'women -were; 's worn/for ; Juries in! rouVder-'CR'ses, ;-viiicli' are apparently con sidereal 'unsuitable '.'for women, but the (POBsibiil'ty /bf a; jury ?'being locked ' ; up^ 'till 'tiie 'conclusion rof ' such a trial may.-'] li:Vve'i(iriflu'piiopd tiie exclusion. : ; '?'?'j '?'? Jury : women \vere ' prominent in seve-'j ral cases- of bigamy. ?'? ; .' /

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