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

We are Wholesale Distributors fm the North and North-West of all class es of Paper Bags. ? Quotations on application. 'THE'^gRTHERNJpAiCY'LE'ADiR.'' ^3 , ^General- printers, f;y. ;pjeel Street, TamWbrtlii: . REMEPY FOR HEA^iAtHWBACK ACHE, NEURALGIA, Etc. .Headaches, Rjickaches, and Neuralgia, and n hundred and- -one. other ailments -which afflict people of all ages, are usually attributable -to poorness of the blood and exhausted nerve, tissue. ..The obvious remedy is to pnrjfy and enrich the blood, and to nourish the nervous system by using Hean's Tonic Nerve Nuts, which are com pounded according to the prescription p£an eminent nerve specialist and are manufac tured by a qualified chemist of over 25 years' experience. The' way in which /Nerve Nuts tone up the system and dispel neurasthenic aches arid i-ains,Tis most gratifying to users. '. , / ? ???^SPHHfF-'RFII' V-U A f.fOIT044BRfOCfS: I &?& ^- ;^' ?yj5N-Ev '[)« The Firm That i/lw I Thinks Rightly Mil :M And Acts ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATEMENT BY MR. HUGHES. Why He Refused Conference. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

STATEMENT BY MR. HU(3HES. Why He Refused Conference. ? :., MELBIURNE.- Fridav.; i«Mr. ;.Hughes .stated that- the. '? 'mem-tiers ?of,.: the- Industrial' 'Disputes 'Committee ha'di-asked him to tako. steps to bring about, .a conference with tho parties iW'iui a vjew to a. settlement of the stew-; iirds'; strike. Mr. Hughes had repiied tliat he -felt. he could not do as request led; as the men had elected to leave the .ships, flout the awards of the Arbi tration Court, and ignore the -Industrial Peace Act which of course' was at ithe disposal of the men. ?'?'.('.' j .Mr. Hughes s,aj.d' lie appreciated^ ;tl)p efforts 6f the liiapules Committee 'f;:to settle the strike, but he had 'to deal .with the position as it existed at pre sent. The shipowners said' the present conditions were created by the deliber-. ate act of the men. and that they must resume work before a conference -yas granted ? ? . ?'.'' ?.,?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOT TO WAIT ON MR. HUGHES. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

NOT TO VIJftlT. ON MR. HUGHES. MELBOURNE. Friday. Mr. Hollpway, secretary to the Trades. Hall Council, denied the report of a' conference decision to wait on Mr. Hughes with a request fora round; table conference to .settle the stewards' strike. He, admitted it ha*d Veen discussed. ?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HALF-HOLIDAY AT MANILLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

HALF-HOLIDAY AT MANILLA. A movement has been .launched 1o have the weekly ? halt-holiday ia liar.lVia' changed from Wednesday to Sal.urdj'.y, .with .the late 'shopping* night; on. Friday., A ballot in connection .with .the mait'csr will he taken at the C j.ur*.';.'liousa oil February -9. . ?' : :

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN TRADE. Mostly Foreign Shipping Employed. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

GERMAN TRADE. Mostly Foreign Shipping Employed. (Reuter's Telegram). LONDON, Thursday. ?Router's Berlin correspondent siiys the ? annual- meeting . pf the Hamburg Amerika Lino sanctioned an increased capital of 100,000,000 marks. ; It was stated that the tonnage enter ing and leaving Hamburg now was half | what.it was before the war, and qnly'i a small percentage was Hamburg Arcc-. rlka. ? : -i l/ocal papers state that ;57 foreign ' shipping firms have ppened branc'h'e-i. in Hambui-g, and are running regular lines abroad. - They include 2.2 British, and 11 Dutch. Even Portugal and Cu ba are ..represented. , ? ?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STEWARDS' STRIKE. Government Mediation Wanted. LEADERS OPTIMISTIC. No More from Shipowners. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

Sards' strike. Government Mediation Wanted LEADERS OPTIMISTIC. ,|Mo. M6rer from Shipowners. , ' , . SYDNEY, Friday. .''Notwithstanding the refusal of .the shipowners yesterday to meet the stew ards representatives in order lo nego tiate for a settlement of the strike, oi; ficials of the Sydney branch of the union were optimistic this afternoon that . a conference would soon be, arranged. Word was received from the Mel bourne Trades Hall Disputes Ccmmittro that the shipowners were not being again approached, but the Committee was making strenuous efforts to get in touch j with the Prime Minister. ?Despite his ? announcement that ho cannot call a conference under Uic.Tn dustrjal Pep.ce Act unless both sides ?'agreed to it, Mr. Ebsworth. (secretary), and Mr. Ponnington (assistant secretary) of the Sj'dney branch declared this af- ' terrioon that they held high ho-iies that: Mr. Hughes vi'puld agree to call tiie par- j ties together.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARMIDALE'S METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

ARMIDALtS METHODS^ ?Armidale 'Express' gives- tho' :Sliow, away:— :?? .???.? '? : ; ; ,; ';'?:,'??, ,.;?.; ?!-,'' In effect the-rOnany additional stamps duties now operating arp supefi faxes, and the public is getting very 'wise , in I tho matter of evading them. For in stance, in Armidale, we doubt if there is one business now that ''posts its local accounts. .They're all delivered b'y boy messengers, and by each 2d is saved with proportionate loss to the Govern-I ment. Tho 2d duty- on cheques is side-' stepped by the simple plan of drawing' only the barest minimum. Where Ar-I midale firms were wont to pay their employees by cheques, one cheque is now drawn; for the lot, and' payment is I made in cash. Yet another ingenious economy— -an Armidule solicitor got tho brain-waive— is, instead of paying an account, to pay tho money into the partys 'banking account. In this case if the account bo over £2, the 2d stamp duty on tho receipt is not necessary ?-(] is saved on the cheque, and, ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

PftO DUGE m AR KETS. v / : SYDNEY. '.Fridak A 'fiur. siip^Jy xf jfcrage waS:...pn pffer at Alexandria' this nVprhirig.' TJiere'.jvas good demand for .prime wheateh chaff, but medium, was. dull. ,;of;.;saje.j Potatoes and briioiis, we're ]bo'th'' steady at yestcr day's rates....,;' V.V..;- ,.-.i, ''- : :'-':: ' Quotations: JWlieatch' chaff, good,: -9/ to 9/3, medium '7/6;. paten- chaff, ^oo-l 7/G to .8/,-;nietliumr:6/:'t6 7/3, inferior from '4/6. ?iucerne__chaff- 6/. ? ?;.. V '???/??;?-? ?Sales : : Lucerhe hay, -.accountvStew-art,' Sconbr &A.'::-':'';:'-[';'.'''['-:'i''.0'* ' ^'''?^?','''': \'-y::

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE MARKETS. Sussex Street. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

LATE MARKETS. SuSsfet Street. SYDNKW. ? Friday'. Very J It tip .mjs,iness was transacted, in the 'forage section . in Sussex-street' this morning. No fresh supplies were on the market, as no boats arrived from: the Clarence Rivers as a result of be-; ing barbound.. It is .-expected, however,' that' there will be two boats from Tas. mania en Monlay with very large quan tities, of potatoes. ? ' At present there arc ?? no,-; Clarence River potatoes forwarl, but tiie nomin al quotation is £7 to £8. Tasmanians are moving off briskly at £1.0 to ;£'U. There are only a few. onions available. These are quoted at £9 to £10, a ton. The market is bare of chaff, .which is nominally quoted at £7/10. There is no Northern Rivers maize obtainable, but the position may bs slightly relieved on Monday, when; there, is sure to be & little on the river boats. It is expected that the new ;seaspn!s grain will .-bo -coming on- the market early next month. Nominal. .quotations are: Yellow 8/6, white ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIDE AND SKIN SALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

HIDE AND SKIN SALES. SYDNEY. Friday. AVnichcom.be, Carson, -.Ltd.;' report:' ? - Sydney -auction produce :raarkbts ! re-, opened to-day. Woolled' sheepskins ide clined a penny to twopence, and pelt a lmli'penny ; por lb. A few linens of ; ex tremely hc.-n.vy hides made iprevious .pri- ? ces. All qtlicrs declined a penny to two pence. Heavies sold to 10d., medium Old, 'light 6jd -.per lb. , . : j i

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METAL MARKETS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

METAL MARKETS, ?L'ONDON, Thursday; 'Metal market quotations are:' ,Cppperi 'ipot'-iE 73/8/9 a Jon. '3 nxqii'ths r;£73/35:-| lead; spot, £23/5. 3. moritlis ; £13/12/6:/, spelter,- spot. £-26, 3 month's .'£26^15;^ ? tin.1 .jsppt. £^05/5; S[, inpnUis,. £2ll/2/G:;! 1 ijilve'r ??'? 3/3 ' 7-Sd : per 'bz; ': 'fine silver' 3/1 i:sd., ?;;?,':.. ?? , - . ? v: { iv:ri

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Third Test Match. ENGLISH HOPE AND CRITICISM. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

third Test Match. ENGLISH HOPE AND CRITICISM. (United Service). LONDON riiiliv The public iu- optimistic ' re^inf to the thiul-tcbt mitch but ,t,h \ nr-^!- pipcis without p\eeplion for^ciM a., mighty tussle There is consiileiibta criticism of Wilson s pvcluii The Daily AI.11I ' stale tint ton il rung Ijiigland s despeiatp lined nho her pi ev 1011 failures 1 fmble on Wil son would hue been justified It is in p\traoulinai v policv to pprsevp c 111 Ihe face- of haul f'cts vmIIi a bcalen tram, where theie is still one man tintupd

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATEST Britain's Debt to U.S.A. DEATH OF A LIEUTENANT. VANCOUVER, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

THE LATEST Britain's Debt to U.S.A. « DEATH OF A LIEUTENANT. (neuter's Telegram). \ANCO1jVLK I nil iv A 'Washington mess igc savs \ joint icsolutlon advising tho stcielaij tj, the Ticisuiv and the '-ccrelm ot Stntt1: not to entci into in agieement \wilr ji nun lor (leienneni ot tiie pivmciit of mlciest on hei debt to the UnitptV SlUps until Coiiniess ippioves w (b ,„.. {.tfddticod in the Spiutc b} Soiuior Ii TollPtto 'Admiral Glcaves, oommaniliir of llm UnitPd Si aes Asiatic ileet his ilicided not to u,o to A ladivo'totk to inv stipiti! the kiTluic ol Liputcnant Lannlnn !-\ a Jipanpsi sciiti v Ad mill Clp-ue-, has rp.]iorted that his presence is untiGccs c-aiy

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Fine; Cloudy and Showery Later. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Fine; ^Cloudy and Sliowery Later. - S-VDNDY, Tiula} The piossmp disfilbiUiohiJt'ifll.iv in srveial lesppeU Ts snnll 11 to Hint of Thuisdav, foi the high is still situilcd over the southern and .western areas of the: continent, while the tropical and eastern parts, as Tar 'south as the N.E. quintet ol New South Wnleb up occu pied by 11 depression of a monsooual natuto 'lho closed cuive centre ot the. latter, however,' In common with the other piessu:i- syslcms, hag made fin thoi castlii;;, and it now eoveih piaeli call} all Ihe Peninsula and G«lf count!} o' ei t' p South Paclllc made some south ? easterly, movement, but is still centred betweciv.Norf olkUslarid and Russell, New 'Zealand., ???:.:;i;^;1i.r!s '?????.???, ^:; ..... ?? / ^ Present \ Indications favor further cloudy*! of showery vveather on the coast and. highlands, and: some riiin and thun der, cm the Northern border, later spread ing southward; but it will remain line tor lho 'present -In. tho. ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAYS AND WHEAT. Congestion at Darling Islandd. Commissioners Confident. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

RAILWAYS AND WHEAT. Congestion at Darling Islandtl. *.??' Commissioners Confident. SYDNEY. Friday. »iti/pije' wheat. hold-up, ;as tar ?asHtlie1 rail way delivory is concerned, ..continues Fbiir: boats arc. 'now;ioa:d1ngl!uli; 'Barling TwlaTnT. lint it will be 'some time before fh'e''present congestion is cleared up. ^together there are 2000 trucks, of wheat unloading. To Wednesday last the railways had carried 1,634,000 bags of wheat to Darling Island. ''Although they are at present held up, the railway authorities do not antici pate any trouble later as a result, of the present, blockage. They are con flflenf that they wil be able to miiitain the delivery of the quantity or wl;cal ?that was ^^^^mmmmmmmmmt

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. O'CALLAGHAN. Will America Deport Him? VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

MR. O'CALLAGHAN. Will America Deport Him ? (Router's Telegram). VANCOUVER.. Thursday.'' 'A Washington mesage says: With the ' State Department and Ijabor De partment stiir unsettled over the dispos al of Mr. O'Callaghan, it is indicated here that President Wilson fill leave to his Cabinet officers the settling of the inter-Department difficulties. : If. Labor Secretary Wilson does not take cognisance or State Secretary Davis's request that Mr. O'Callaghan be deported, the Justice Department unay^-be asked, to take a hand to see that' the State .Secretary's order is exe , cuted.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Last of the Imported Governors. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

The Last of the Imported Governors. It is probable that Lord Stradbroke, the. new Governor of Victoria, will be the last of the imported figureheads for the Australian States. The suecch bv Lord Milner, recently-resigned Secre tary of State for the Colonies, at the dinner given in farewell to Lord Stvad broke, sounded the death-knell of Dow ning Street appointments. It was just the deliverance from a responsible Bri tish statesman for which most Austra lians have been waiting. Lord Milner does not represent Great Britain, but ho represents the type of British Cabi net Minister who is likely to have the handling of Dominion appointments for some years to come. In declaring that 'the moment Aus tralians make up their minds to. provide local governors, nobody will .make ; the slightest effort1 to force upon them men from.: here, but as long as they desire the existincr system the British Govern ''inerit's duty is to send 'out the best I available men,' Lord Milner announced a remarkabl...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Labor Paper's Outburst. GOVERNMENT ATTACKED. Downfall Predicted. Private Members May Revolt. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

Labor Paper's Outburst/ GOVERNMCNT ATTACKED Downfall Predicted. Private Members May Revolt SYDNEY, Friday, The, Laboi N'ws to^lav sajs Tcr bomoobbcuie 1 6 tsou the Cabinet seems avoiso to ealluif,' Piiliament logethei in Fcbitui} Ti ictical'y Go 01 70 per cent ' of Piiili.uiient, iuespectivo of pa ty, are aiiMous loi huinanUutiun1 and self mteipsl reasons to get Hip Jlotheihood Cndo.Vrnient Legislation passed Piobablv ' the} w'eie-t neve.? bo detennined beloie ?* It is' quite possible that when Tebnian' aiMvcs the'iank and 'file will ((iftik,' loose,' and v take chaige | If the'GbVe noi is faced bv a petition' signed bv the' majority of mem heis ol the Assembl} r asking l.im to eall Parliament togethei, It is haul to see how he ''can 1 efuse vl If he does the position ol. tho .Government wilPbe In toleiablo JiIf he1 doe-s not tho Govern ment will 'face a bl'rzmd of hatied in the 'House ?'thai will not only deatro} it os^a Cablnotr.Imt its ijimiateis as indi vidual politicians- '' ' ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IS IT BLUFF? Ammunition for Coming Conference. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

IS IT BLUFF f Aiv'iuiniticn for Coming Conference SYDVGY riula-i It lb thought in. borne quaileis that tho piesent dispute is in the nituie of a bluft I Some siu that Mi LambCrlUind other Kxecutivp membeis''are not leally con ceincd about Pailiament meeting early, but have ends of then\-wn iii'\iew It is sug/osted that the Executive is act ing with an e\e to the foi Incoming IiaboisCoiiYeiencc ' l

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABINET CRISIS MILITANT LABORITES. Dissatisfied with Premier. WILL MR. STOREY FIGHT? SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

CABINET CRISIS MILITANT LABORITES. Dissatisfied with Premier. WILL MR. STOREY FIGHT? S\DNEl, I'ndaj '1 he siimiuonin0 bv the L\ceutive of the ALP ol the- Piemiei and members' br tjic PailHim.nl u- Lnboi P\ity lo i coiUoienco at MntDonell Iloube }cslei dnj in onlei tint the Executive m Jit assert its authority ' over the .; Govern ment na discussed in political qu ir teis todiy is the beginninB of i Minib ten il cuais lheie no not moie. than 20 membeis oL tii( Ministouil pail} in Sydney 'at .'the ..present time, but. the Pipmiei is (loin, evu thing po bibie in tht w iv ol aifeumcnt to icsist the de mands of the junta.. One .reason for the Cibinet lefu Ing to yield to the die tales ot the. ALP Executive is that such a submission would be tantamount to peimitung tho counti} to be govern ed fiom MacDonell House j The '\linisteiial pait} is now ibout eqinllj divided into two sections 1C ?in} thing, the modeiates~aio in the ma joiitv md the tilK in the lobbies/ at I'irliament House To dav...

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