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UPPER SILESIA. Murders and Robberies Rife. German Complaint. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
UPPER SILESIA: Murders .'and Robberies Rife, v s% -fuenTian Complaint. - f Ueu ter's .Telearairi.) LONDON. . Thursday. ..-?iReiUer's .-tBerlih correspondent ;Wires:'i; ^ef p'enfian Note to. tji'p , Ai) ies 'jd^clai-es.-j 'thatfitlig situation jn .Upper Silesia'..is'- in-. j tbieiiabie. ??' ;-It is infested : v/ith maraud-/ .ingiP.plish-.bandSi -and ^murders ? and '-fob-.-! beries aro frequent in Kattowitz. ;.!? ;-!- .i'^he.'i'.cb'nimIs8iQh,--.-\vhilRLth!8\i'mQasui:e's.f, for ^repression are ; inattejqiiatcvderijands , .thciVsl'p'sIifg'-'pE the siiouliisrn 'and .ejastern'; frontiers; . with v:stern.pfinKities;-for;mis- dc6.d'si'':';:i;;vi'..':;--v-, .?? :.'\--r:' ;:y ;? '-/:' ,.;?.?''?'.. '
WHERE ARE THE WHEAT CERTIFICATES? [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
WHERE ARE THE WHEAT CERTIFICATES ? ' Although ,it\.wrts announced yesterday that certincates'-for' payment of -. the first .Federal -2/G were available for i-ve- semation to the banks, some .growers in Tamworth yesterday eomp.aineu. that the ager^i had not received them, only the mills, havnig them on 'liand:1 .However, hi the afternoon- word Jwas received. that Mr. F. W. Bentley, stored .keeper, of Currabubula, was delivering the first batch of wheat certificates on behalf ;'cf LIndley Walker and. ?Co: ;It. is probable. other agents will have their r'ce'r.tincates .within a few days; but as thti .matter of payment is ?urgent lor /niany .farmers', any further 'de'iay .in re, .Qeiying . tiie certificates'' should- be brought under the notice of tl'ie- Federal authorities by wire. ' ' ' r
BRITISH MINISTERS' SALARIES. Increase Recommended. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
BRITISH MINISTERS' SALARIES. Increase Recommended. (Reuter's Telegram). LONDON, Thursday. The evidence has been published of the . Commons Select Committee on the, remuneratipn of iministers. It .shows that' Mr. A%uith testified that 'the Pre mier's salary of £5000 was inadequate! He ' , suspected , that; , Premiers- . preferred not to 'reside- in Downing, Street. He -vas a . much .poorer , man when he va cated the position. . ? ? , . ; ^.The Committee recoinmende an in crease ; of': salary , by £3000. ' '?
BRISBANE SENSATION. ALLEGED BRIBERY. Grazier before Police Court. Correspondence with Minister for Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
BRISBANE SENSATION. v ALLEGED BRIBERY. ] Grazier before Police Court. Correspondence with Minister for r ?Lands.- ' ' ; At the Brisbane Police Court Frank .Charles Bryce, a grazier, of Colston, in^ar AVinton, was charged with .haying, on or .about. September 23, at Brisbane', corruptly offered to .give Mr. J. ,H'. Coyne, ho then being the holiler ; ;a .public office— namely, secretary. , for Public Lands— £100 in consideration that Mr. Coyne would; in the discharge of; the duties of. his office, procure that lj),'0.00.'.6r .12,000 acres of Matahma hold ing should bo resumed under the Land Act of 1910-1.8, and that a license to oc cupy that holding should be granted to lij.ni. . , ...The .Crown Solicitor, Mr. . Webb, in outlining tiie case for the prosecution, said that during September last year Jfr. Coyne,, who was then Secretary for Public Lands, was Jn Tcpwocmba. While there lie received a certain pac ket from Brisbane, where . it had been recelv.ed through the post. The packet ....
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Catching U Boats. WARSHIPS AWARDED PRIZE MONEY Thrilling Stories. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Catching U Boats. YARSHiPS, AWARDED PRIZE -MONEY ' ' 'Tjirilling Stories.' . (Reu tor's . Telncram) . LONDON, Thursday. There were cchos,'of .the war at the Price Court la-day, when 'three of Hib- Maie.'ity's ships were' awarded ?i)'ums to-' tailing £470 for Mnkincr Gemian sub marines The ships were manned by ] nbval resprvists. ? A dramatic inle of retribution was,un-l folded. H.M.S, Buttercup was encircling the torpedoed steamer Ragbots, near Berney Island in December, 1!I17. The Buttercup struck a submerged .subinar ino, and the prizn .ihip dropppd de-pth, charges, forcing the .submarine ? to tho siurfaco, where it was 'raninied. ' 'Tho] ship then completed its .destruction, flr-J ing her four-inchers point blank. Them were no survivors, v . . , , '' A launch, in' April lS17,;\iks watcliinp:;. submarines in. the Mediterranean by.' hydrophone, a'ndi dropped a, .depth charge| on a U boat. ' iThe .drifter iCarrigal, .cruising in thcii ;Straits o?;Otranto in July,...
FERRY FARES. Protest to Attorney-General. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
FERRY FARES. Protest to Attorney-Generai. SYDNEY, Friday. , The Attorney-General said to-day that a protest had been made to him againrit the decision of the Sydney .FQrries, Ltd., to increase its daily fares from Mon day next; . , ? I He was' giving the matter considera- ? tion, .and would make inquiries as to ; whether the matter should be -referred' i to .the Anti-Profiteering. Court, of which I Judge 'Bee!'uy in chairman. I 'SYDNEY. Friday. . In .lo-day's .'.'Government Gazette' it is announced -that Judge Beeby has be.Hn appointed President or the Proftteering Provention Court. The appointment dates from January 1. L i
NEWS OF THE NORTH. SINGLETON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
NEWS OF THE NORTH. SINGLETON, Friday. The health inspector to Patrick Plains Shire:. Council reports that; there were o«ly; eight,, cases of infectious disease re ported .within* the shire during the year 1920. ??: ????'?? ?.WARIALDA.— liev. R. H. M-acLean, the aiew. vicar of Warialda, was inducted on January 6, in S.S. Simon and Judo's, Warialda, by the Rev, E. H. Stanuner, neural Dean.' and, Vicar. of, Inverell. A wel come social was afterwards 'held.. The 1920. subscription list of the War ialda Hospital closed1 with a, gift of £50 from Messrs. Mackay Bros., of Gunyer warildi. Constable Hall, who has been -lockup- keeper at Warialda for the past 12 months, has returne'tt to Narrab'r.ij whence lie came. GLEN INNES.— -Mr. D. J. Batey, who passed through Glen Innes on Monday last, returned on Saturday and will bo returning to Sydney the week Mr. Batey. leaves by the 'Ormonde' for ? England in! a month's -time. Mr. F. L. O'Donnell, who is leaving shortly for Newcastle, is to be enter...
BURNED TO DEATH. Inquest at Bathurst. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
BURNED TO DEATH, Inquest at Bathurst. ; - ; SYDNEY.; Friday. ' .At, the, inquiry into the death of Mrs. B.ippdwqr-tli,. whoso unconscious body , was fotiriil witli the clothes burning at the rear,, of: lier_homo at Egllhgton, in the Batliiirst district, Alice. Blpodworth, a daughter ., of, deceased, said her mother had? previously cleaned her clothes with; potrpl, and,ha-l Billed a lamp with kerb- : sene.. She would .probably have passed a small incinerator. The presence ot' matches in the outhouse was not.;\m usiial. ..; '.' Charles Bloodworth, husband of . 'jde- cpased, stated that his wife had been 'in ill'l health, and had a delusion that if some : vaguely conceived document was1 not. secured great trouble would come pver witness and. his son. Matches had been spilt in tho outhouse. ? ,The cproner found that there was no evidence pointing to the origin of- the fire that had ignited Mrs. Bloodworth's clothes .and/that death was 'due to shock.'
GLEN INNES AGITATION. Sunday Train from Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
GLEN INNES AGITATION. Sunday Train from Tamworth. At the last, meeting of the Glen, Innes -Municipal Council a letter from the Secretary, to .the Railway Coinniissicn ers, through Mr. McLelland. M.L.A.. in. timated- that the '?matter of extending the train from Tiimwcrt-h on Sundays had already had- consideration an'd' in oonequence pf the- ad'ditipnal ej:ji'endi turo of £1500 per. annum the iequest could npt be acceded to. ' Aid. Mann, at wiiose instance tiie agi tation was .instituted, declared tliat the Department's letter was pure blflh.'. As far as -the .£1500 extra expenditure'1 was concerned, that was an expenditure which the, people themselves would have to. meet. If that. amount. of money was required for work in or around Sydney there would bo no occasion for a second thought. Referring 'to the de partment's statement that the passen ger traffic tlidMipt warrant the running C-.f 'a' Sunday train Aid; Mann said that when ? the itriUri .was running perman ently it, was' crow...
DETAINED IRISHMAN. NOT A HUNGER STRIKER. Suggested Release on Paroic. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
DITAINED IRISHMAN] NOT A HUNGER STRIKER, j 'Suggestetl Release on Parole. - '????'.. SYDNEY, Friday., '?'; ;M'r. Minah'an, M.L.A., was turned away from the,.wliarf gates when he sought to board the Maknra to interview Mr. |Os monde Esmonde. '' ? '? ;;AWlien-the,. possibility .of hunger.-'- strike ing was suggested to Mr. Esmonde tills' morning', he laughed heartily at the i'dea el : following the example. of Paul Frec; man. . .. : :;, | ',;:.' A Melbourne message says': ? Mr. Ppyn-' tnn stated to-day tliat he knew nothing: of- the possibility of Mr. Esmonde being, ^released . on ? parole. In answer, - to \ ? .a; .question as t.n fe likelihood of . this1 course, he said : 'I know nothing. Tliere.. is. nothing further before me.' .1 am -not expressing any opinion.' : ' ':'; .j-.*f It is rumored that the authorities .(are: on delicate, grounds, having acted on. a wireless message sent by a few passen ger^. .''?'.' ; ' Having spent several days in the vici nity of Miller's Poiint on the...
A PESSIMISTIC FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
A PESSIMISTIC FARMER. Good thing 'M's.P. and school teachers are not farmers or they might not have got their Increased and retrospective uaiarlfis so aiiickiy. Farmers don't c:Mint';f6i- mi\eh now, they should form a procession like the Federal civil ser ants and march up Pitt-street, block traffic, and send r£250. worth of insolent telegrams'., in one day to Federal and State member's to get attention. I see that the State Government 2/6 is not ''.-fixed iip'yet.' AVhenVdockages at both ?ends are deducted we may get the price, of a long beer, r ., ?'.
MILKING BY MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
MILKING BY MACHINERY. The size or a Dairy Herd was former ly limited by the number of milking hands available, but these conditions are now a thing of the past: Milking Machines bavin;? changed the old order of things. Dairy farms can now be stocked lo their 'full' carrying' capacity. Milking Machines, ..have .solved ., the monotony, and drugery of milking by hand with it's attendant drawbacks. Milkin-r by machines is more rapid, more, eeoriornica'i, niore sanitary and more efficient than hand' milking. The success of machine milking is largely due to the successful results ob tained' by -the Jj'-K-G Machines, which have sol' a high, standard of Milking Machine efficiency. .Many 'L-K-G' machines have ibeen,' working continu ously for periods approaching twenty 'years, .and the number of users is con stantly increasing. The purchase of an 'f.-K-G' plant, is a lirst-eluss -business investment, which will earn or save it's first cost iii a : very- sboi'i t-imo. The motive powor' operat...
ISON'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
BISON'S PICTURES. ...TS say: that Billie .'Burke is. an idol of the \creen fans iii this country is ex 'p're'ssipg jiist as much a certainty as saying, thai the day follows the night. She has', the .double-barrelled attributes of personality and genius, and each of heiv.pic'tures are woven round these two, factors^ Furthermore, she is highly successful in any role that she essays, and surely, she has been seen in a var iety of tliein.' 'Away Goes ''Prudence,' is pne which is distinctly different, and possesses a number of features which will highly commend it. This njm will be shown; at thp a.boyc theatre to-night.
THE RUBBER INDUSTRY IN AUSTRALIA. A Progressive Firm. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
THE RUBBEl^INDOSTRY IN ; -; AUSTRALIA. ;A iProgressive Firfh; !-iThc history and progress of the Bar net .X31ass.';R.ubber Company, Ltd., make Ih.teresUns reading. ? The laie Mr. Barnet Glass (late direc -t6'r?.!60-;-:thls'-, company) ihas'ithe distinc lipn: of being the founder of the rubber ??.iiduiitry Jn Australasia',' or, as' 'a matter oDfact, linth-eSoutliern Hemisphere. He ebmmenced : operations as early as- lS7(i, IJrincjp'aliy in the maniifactiiro- of water ;propf garments. In .1880' the number of iempl'pyees i£ the ? cpmpnhy was some thing under 20. The -total. number- eni- Dloyed at the works, head office/and all branches /would now 'exceed- 1200. To ?rfayr-'the '.works '.cpyer seven -acres 'Of ground, and' Ih'e spacious buildings are iboing .continuously, added 'to, _to cope with their ever-expanding-'luVsincf.s; . . To 'illustrate the progress, made, -a few ofvihevVaVie'd -prodiiction's of the com-, pauy niay be mentioned. In addition.tp Avatferprobf ' clothing of all ....
SINGLETON STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS. SINGLETON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
SlNGLEtON STOCK AND PRODUCE MARKETS. SINGLETON, Friday. The yardingj of fat. cattle at the \-eek- ly sales was not very' Jieavy; competi tion was.keener,. and'. -prices Tilling -neio firmer than last. day!s. A fairly lieavy yarding of store cattle;:jnquiry was'a little ? firmer than last. '..week,1.- and the market generally showed.a'Jsliglif ad-' van'ce.:Pat- steers sold to':'iEl4/12, cows lo £14/lJ,'heifersrto' '©1-2/11 , vrai&rs io .355/4, -stoi-e.. .biiilocks -to ^10/S, steers tp- £9/12, cqws jo^S/^,1 heiferb ?tO'^'iSg/^fvCPWsV'ahdf.vcalv.es'^fp'-i £9/10, plQdi'es, itp; £4/0-,'. siirih^ers) to I'l'iC 17/12/G. fatvsheep.do; !£l/8/3,ii lambs- to £1/6, and pigs .,lp £9/12/6. -..*'? ' -' The' i produce iiiaVkfets -during the past wte'k have iinder:gonre i'soiiie changes, and ''a-b'etler 'ilem'rind hasJ'existe'd :for soiiie lines.' '-Maize 'has 'been affected to the 'greatfe^t-' o.vtenti-; 'and ijiricch woip decidedly firmbr',* fli'eitig in 'advance of late rates. L-ucerne. h...
CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. (COPYRIGHT) CHAPTER XX.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
iteRiAN'S JLDVE&S. -By DANNIE HAYNE8;' '?? '-.??.:-aH^P.TBil ' ^^(Cpptuiue^; ,The. -.?Jnsiicc.tor stbppe.d ?? into Ui.e hail, his. two .ujcn ;f9ll.9-ying;hlni..l-ut. standing back -from the .d.poiv, /'My -business is not, jyith gir .H,amlsh tfl-vday,' .h.u s:iiJ unony. 'i, w)sll (o segjfiLady McTavish. ??'.'Her .ladyHhip. is ..nW ^seeing -anyone lo-(Iay.'. 'Ma thews said/ cftinins fprwanl. 'My lord is not- so i well to-day, and my lady is Ayith him.' 'Will you tell her that Inspector Gev jmain wishes. to, speak toiher?' Inspeotc: Germain said quietly. . . ,M»thews shook .his head. '1 can't really, sir! My instructipps are that her ladyship is not. .at hpnje ,to anyo.no. And Mr. and Mrs. Gerald .Leicester :aio expected .any moment. .Sir Haniish wiJI probably be at home very shortly if you like to wait.'1 'Sir Haniish would not do,' the detec I ive said firmly. Hp, laid his hand on j the old man's shoulder.. 'Don't yoi. I understand that I am here. in tho.execu tjon of iny. du...