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NEED FOR DUTY STAMPS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

NEED FOR DUTY STAMPS. SYDNEY. Friday.. Under tho Stamp Duties Act it. has been ruled' by the Commissioner, de spite the statement published to the contrarv, that a 2d stamp must ba affixed to receipts for money amounting to £'2 or over. ?

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

MILITARY MEDALIST POISONED. ?SYDNEY. liVMnv Charles Fordl:am, who won the Milj ta:y Medal in France, and who lived at Randwick, was found in a state of col lapse on Coogup beach to-day, suffering from the effect of . poison. His condition is critical.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEVERE CYCLONE. Havoc in Molong District. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

SEVERE CYCLONE. Havoc in Molong District. SYDNEY, Friday. A cyclone visited Bilga and Red Hill, in the Moloug distriot, and played havoc with the wheat, corn and fruit crops.' ? roots of homesteads twisted out of po Trees were torn up by the roots, and sition. Some were lifted off, and car ried away. Thirty windows in one house wero broken by hail; some pieces of which were as large as a man's hand Hailstones were piled up four fe-t high alongside the fences, and ion' streiches of fencing were levelled to the ground. The water rose rver 5 feet along i.l:a embankment of the railway line. , * During the hour which the cyclone lasted .six inches or rain fell. .411 lh» orefiks were vapidly ?transformed . into rag ng torrents. Several residents had narrow escapes from injurv. ope *''''* °f '?* sfom ™s a namwl

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TAMWORTH SHOW. GOVERNOR-GENERAL TO BE INVITED. Admission Prices Raised. Latest Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

TAMWORTH SHOW. GOVERNOR-GENERAL TO BE INVITED. ;? lAclmission Prices Raised. Latest Arrangements. A meeting of the committee of tho tamworth P. and A. Association was !icld at the Oddfellows'. Hall, yesterday, Hip nresident. Mr. B. H. G. King, occupy ing the chair. The greater part of the business was concerned with the ar rangements for the forthcoming Show, which' opens on March 1. ^Various applications for space wero dealt with. Amongst others. Captain Chaftey, M/L.A., forwarded a letter from the Under-Secretary for Agriculture ask ing for 40 feet of wall space and benches for a Departmental exhibit. It was decided to grant the same spaco as last year, subject to tlie same conditions. ? . Anthony Hordern and Sons, Ltd., ask ed for a space of 50 feet by 50 feet, On the motion of Alderman Upjohn it was resolved to grant the space asked for.. '..,.. A letter was received from the mana ger of the State 'Wheat Board, saying that, in connection with the proposed Art Union, wheat could ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TURF. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

THE TURF. FIXTURES. JANUARY. 18, ??].!-. — Tamwort.h. .?'??'., ''?,. ?,; ,,.,,.- 20. — N. and N. \V. D. R. .Association 'ai; Tain worth. '?. ?. 'A- m 27.— Glen lnnes. . : . . i .'? \ *ifi— Willala (Boggabri), All Heights. 26— Barraba. Hibernian All Heights. 20. — Bendemeer All-Heights. ; i' 26, 27. — Werrls Creek Grausfeds: ' 29.— Guyra All-Heights. : : ' FEBRUARY. ? '?'??'. ? '-.' 2, 3.— Urallii. . ' ? , ?' 2. 3.— M'lrnirundi (G.R). .? .:'; 5.— Quirindi Grass-feds. ;;? ? ,i.. 9, 10. — Arniidalo Cup Meeting. 12.— Warwick Turf Club. ? .. . : I. -?:- 12. — Goodwood Park All-Heights and Trotting Meeting. ?;..?'. ', '.?' ??:??? tC, 17.— Quirindi. ? ?;.??' ----?--'- ? ,-;- 24, 25.^— Walcha Picnic. ' :: t '..';?' 2S — Walcha Jockey Club. ' ^r (By 'Poitrel.' ? ?;? : ;; T A M WO RT H RACES NEXT WEE K. : j Tiunwoi-lli Jockey' Club's big Suuiinei meeting will he the alraction for i;po:tE men in tho North and North-West or ? Tuesday and Wednesday n:xt. Tin 1 serai chings will not . bo known un...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Mr. John Gardner, Woolbrook. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

Mr. John Gardner, Woolbrook. Mr. John Gardner, of Woolbrook, died recently. He took up land at the Creek many years ago, and married a Miss Pearce of Walcha, who survives him. He reached the age of 74, and was a strong and vigorous man right up to his declin ing years. He suffered from paralysis and went to the Walcha Hospital for treatment, and passed away at that in stitution on Monday evening last. He leaves' his widow and Mrs: T. Burke (Armidaie), Mrs. T. R. Cross (Tingha). Mrs. W. Boundy (Hillgrove-, Mrs. J'. Russell (Coff's Harbor), also Charles and Edward, of Woolbrook, and Christie, of Aberfoyle. The funeral, which was large ly attended, took place on Wednesday, when ho was laid to his last rest in the Church of England cemetery, the Rev. P. Riley conducting the sen-ice.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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NORTHERN OBITUARIES. Mrs. Mary Shaddock, Singleton. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

NORTHERN OBITUARIES. Mrs. ,Mary Shaddock, Singleton. SINGLETON. — Mrs. Mary Shaddock, wife of Mr. Richard D. Shadjloclc, of Baroona, died suddenly at her brother in-law's residence, , Redbournberry, on Tuesday. The deceased was 42 years of age aud a native of Singleton. She had done her usual household work on the Monday; complaining of a slight, head ache in the evening. On Tuesday morn ing, however, she appeared to be bright and cheerful, ana after breakfast pro ceeded to drive to Singleton to do some shopping. While -out she called at the residence of her brother-in-law, Mr. Alex. Shaddock, of Redbournberry, and' had some tea. Shfs spolce of feeling the heat a good deal, but otherwise appeared all right. Suddenly she rose from her chair, and was overcome while moving to 'a couch. Her mother (Mrs. Boyd), who was present, caught her, but before tffte could bo placed on a bed deaths took place. A medical man ;was summoned, and ' attributed death to a blood-clot oh' the brain. Before...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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GOVERNMENT LABOR EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

GOVERNMENT LABOR EXCHANGE. Mr. F. C. Govers, Director of Labor Exch'ariges and. Immigration, notifies that the, Minister for Labor and Indus try has been -pleased to appoint Messrs. Hannafbrd and Co., auctioneers, Tam worth, as '.local, subragent of .the Labor. Exchanges, who -will carry on the labor agency functions previously undertaken by the branch office of the Department of Labor, and Industry in this town. Employers and. employees will have the same services as those rendered by the : he,ad. .pfflce, .and,, in. keeping with, the jjolicy, of . the, r,Departhient,..nq.. fee's .will ]bei charged. to e'mpjpyerB or employees. ? . ^Persons, therefore, ,re(iuiring....t.he ser vices of tho Sta,te .Labor Exchahge. are requested to apply personally or in writing. , ! All .mattors . in. ..copnecf.ion , with awards, factories an.d shop acls will bo attended to by , Mr. .inspector Youns; .who wili continue to reside at Tam worth.

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D.B. O'CONNOR COY. Opening in Tamworth on Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

D. B.iO'CONNOR COY. Opening in Tamworth on Tuesday. The high st^nilard attained Jn ^.this company's'' previous productions in Tamworth ?: .promises to be even sur passed.ixluring. .their : f,orth coming, season which cpmmences in the, Theatre. Royal on Tuesday evenihg next. ' . Mr. O^Con ribi- /hits' at 'an ehorthou:s expense secur ed'ria. high-class repertoire of -.the most jr.e,cenfc (jity. successes- direct from the J. C; Williamsons Ltd., and Tivoli Theatres cliie'f of whiijh are Gipsy ' Love..and . the Girl 'for the- Boy, bpth'of which are cer tain to find favor with the ;local thea tregoers. Both of these comedians af ford' Mr. O';C'6hhor and his company such .sufficient -scope that patrons are assured a rare treat. The cast is an pxpepj-lbnally strong one, includih-5 ,as it does Mr. O'Connor, Miss Ida Leggatt, Miss Louise lAdrienuer, Miss MilTy Carl Ion, iMiss Margie Elliott, Miss Ella Hud son,. Mr. ,AVill:Kenny, Mr. Gerald Hai; .courf, (Mr. Truman Neilson, -Mr. J. Scale,: an...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

-SPECIAL FORECAST. ? For the Northern ' Tablelands and Northland North-Western Slopes, Biip plled to 'The Northern .? Dally Leader' by the 3tate Meteorologist, from the latest figures available each afternoon. Cloudy, and unsettled. Some further scattered showers and thjunder. East to South-east winds. THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. ]. ??? .';:: -\:;S'n OHK^i ?''SATURDAY,' JANUARY 15, 1921.

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TAMWORTH AUCTION SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

TAMWORTH AUCTION SALE. The attention of farmers and intend ing -buyers 1b drawn to the sale of tho late E. C. Price's closer settlement farm No. 36., containing an area of :!T-8 acros which i.s to be .sold out at tho Koyal Hotel rooms, on Fradav, January 21. at ''? o'clock. ,T.hft auctjoncors, Messrs '. (Mahony and Co., strongly recommend Intending buyers to attend this sale, as it is a splendid dairy and wheat farm, which must be sold out to wiud up the I estate.

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LATE SPORT. Country Tennis CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS CONTINUED. Lady Champion Defeated. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

LATE SPORT. Country Tennis CHAMPIONSHIP ' EVENTS CONTINUED. Lady Champion Defeated. STDNKY, Friday. Wiilv the teanis^matchcs concluded,! the cj/jiimpionships in connect len with the,' country tennis carnival wore con \inuei'.r en the New South Wales As»t-o- ciaticn's courts at, Double Bav to-day. , In the women's singleb chumpioiibhip Mi»o Grey (Goulburn), hv detpating ^Ii'ss ^Iills (Mudgee), winner of In is went last- year, TTualified. for the semi-, finals. In thp ..men's doubles championship A.- and ' L. Sieler (Marulan), winners of the, event last year, readied the semi final.' , , n , In the men s singles championships thpv three, i^o far to craaljfy .ire A. Sie ,lpr (Mariilan), 1C. A. Grogan (Binalcng) 'and ,.J. (Elderhhaw , (Wagga). (MEN/S SINGL-KS CHA^IPIONSIITP. J. Elder&haw beat X. Turton C — ?), 6—1. .,',/..'? , C. A. Grogan heat L. Yep, G — 2, 4 — 6,' . W. H. Qh'ristie'.beaf-W.' 'J. : -Brown.i . A..Siele'ii.beatiV. Jj-:'Broun;-'6^i;!:3— G, '6^i..' . ;:;?':?':'; '...

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HALF-CASTE'S COMPLAINT. Allegations against Darwin Ex-residentt. DARWIN Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

HALF-CASTE'S COMPLAINT. Allegations against Darwin : :Ex-residentt. ' ? ? DARWI:N Pritlav. j Aihalf;caste v^'cently complained to 'the Aboriginal Proli'rtor that a certain pro-) minent . person had assa'ulted the half caste's wife, brutally attacked the -hus-1 bami. .a.iyl placed him in chains. The alleged offender had been 'allow'-' ed -to.-le.ave the Territory, and the head ot the police explained that he had no power to, act, but sent '.the papers to' lli2_Minister. , ... ..Such ,ot the Cable News bn^thls Page so headed has appeared In 'The Times.' and ,ls cabled to Australia by special permission. It should be under stood that the opinions are not thos* : of The Times' unless expressly stat I «d to ta u, ?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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MOOREFIELD RACES. Tips for To-day. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

iMppREFIELb RACES. Tips for To-day. - .; ' : ' SYDNEY, FridaV. '?y-Fyv .Moprefield, 'Poseidon' tips i^ R' jMaidetf ' Handicap: First- division: P.eaPh' Pie, Gbhvg Up, Poppodor. ? 'C , ^''Sefqbnd jliyisibn: Toborgrahtow,: East ernrJcie;:Upslavt/ ? '? - ?'????-'?'? .r:Fiy/hg: Ifib, Bright Niglit, ; Millie Kehil worth. '.; ?''?''?'. ? M.y|iine: C.Iiallehge, Prihco ??Muriilo, Cprnprake. ?' ??? : ?'?' '.?? 'i- ' ??' Mborefield Handicap: All Aboard, Carbein, Youendph. 'Kogarah Stakes: Geniaroon/ Asian,' Octo'ber 'Belle. ) C'ailton Mile: Sextia,( Ventrola, Devo lution* ' -% T-'' ' L ?': 'Jack Spur' fancies: Maitleni'i'Flib^' 'division:* Poppodor, Pencil .Pie', '.Clat'ter. ' t'.Sbcbndl' dfvis'ion: {Rirli UdHejll, Up 'bt.iit.Aln-an. '«''-'? ' Fljiinfe: Fortraiu, Fib', Jlillie Kenil ^oith. ' ' * Juvenile. - Challenge, Corncrake, Prince Muiillo. , Moorefleld Handicap: King of the Forest, AU Aboaid, Youendah. Kogainh Stakes.- Gemaioon, Admiral Flippant, Asian. Carltoh Mile: Flip, Steelbrook, Vc...

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INTERNATIONAL TENNIS. Win for Victorians. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

lINTERNATIONAL TENNIS. Win for Victorians. ? '.' /?:.. SYDNEY. Friady.1 V-yrhe';; '.international tennis matches ?wprelxontihued in Melbourne to-day. ,; i ^iPa'tterson and Hawkes were, opposed py;--Tjlden and Washburn. Pa;ttersc'n and ,HawJjes .quicKly ran -to i — 1. The ne^t;'! game went to the , Americans, a splendid; rally being finished with' ,.a. hptl',-shpt to the centre; Hawkes won his ?'service, and Victoria led 5 — 2. j .,-.,TJ:p Americans took the next game, I and Patterson in the next 'Service wa»' cheeir.ed for three sefvico acos, which h'pi scored -outrieht at vantage service.' Tildeh returned:, a real snorter, '-anil saved: the game temporarily, but -Pw--' tersori prevailed and took thfi .set^O-— 3. -?''After -deuce had been .called JEmtter son renlied by winning his service. He was iplayng much better than yester :day;ii ;v : ? .. .,.-'- ..,'??' .. . ? ;, ; ?Fnal.'.scbres .-.we.rR: Hawkes '-'1. Pa.t tereon versus Tdlden and Washburn1,1 le^S?, -:7— 5.-. ' ? ?? ?????-. ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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NEW STATE COLUMN. The Movement from Day to Day TAMWORTH DISTRICT CAMPAIGN. Band to Accompany Speaking Teams. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

WEW STATE 'COLUMN. The Movement from Day to Day TAMWORTH DISTRICT CAMPAIGN. Band to Accompany Speaking Teams. At a .meeting pf the, committee, .of the Tamworth .New State League, on Thurs day night, when -Alderman Green was in tiie .chair, it was decided to recom mence the district organising campaign on -Saturday,, January 22, unii thereafter every other., Saturday, or other clay till all centres where Leagues 'can bo form ed have. -been'i visited. '?.-'?' An interesting ; features ,of the cam paign will ..b.e-.the yisi.t.to (.each, country centre of {he. b.ancl, wiliic.h ,wiil make the trips on a hidior lorry generously loaned1-' to tiie ?committee by Mv.; Gus. T|hibault,;;iwlj6 ;:iii ,,one , of. ? Tamw'orth's most consistent Now .Staters. ? The first, trip will be mauV to JJoonbl and 'KootingaJ.. JAt 'the former centre, where the residents have beeir asking fpri.a,, yisjt. for -so.me lime, .an open air meeting will; be, held in., the V afternoon between 3 and ;'i o'clock, Tmmedia...

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DROWNING FATALITY. MAITLAND, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

DROWNING FATALITY. MAlTLANU,,Fiiday: A diowning tat.Uity occuiicd at'HeJt lidin ycstcidciy afternoon, ^hen Mr. Jack Tyler, second son PC Mr. Thomas Tyler, of lluntei-sticet, West MaiUand, lost his life Deceabed was, woikmg lor Mc&srs J. and A. Biown, paintlns the collier Peldw Main at lloxham whail It ap-' pears he had finished .the .portion he \\as- on, and was. wnlkint; up a plank to Set. on the boat. Another boy Wa. Avujti ngto come down, anil deceased, hurrying to ioivvo the plank clear, jump ed, .but missed his footing. '? His head' struck the side of the boat, and he fell into the river, striking . .ghaYy ,, into the river, Kinking immediately; and not rising again. . ' Efforts wercj made to recover ..the body, members of the Newcastle water police dragging during the night. The body was recovered early this after noon. The late Air. Tyler, who was 23 years of age, saw over two years' service in France with the 35th Battalion.

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AMERICAN OFFICER SHOT. By Japanese Sentry at Vladivostock. VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

AMERICAN OFFICER SHOT By Japanese Sentry at Vladivostok. (Reuters . TeleRram), VANCOUVER Thui sd iv The: United; States. Government ', in 'ondb lo mvctti^ite ciiefullv Uip shoot ng b} a Japmebc benttv at Vladivo jtook of Lieut W II Langdon I TJCbpafchPS emphasibo that the Tap - neso officials are' show ins every evi lence of regret g 4

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HEREFORD BYE-ELECTION. Coalition Victory. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

HEREFORD BYE-ELECTION. Coalition Victory. (ReutPi's TelcKram ) LONDON, Wcdne-,dav Tho Heipfoid bye-election ipsullpd Mi S Roboits (Coalition Unionist), 1(170 , Mi Langfoul (Ilcbial standing on nc anlivvaslp platfoim) 7111 '

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THE TEST MATCH. Prospects Discussed in London. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

THE TEST MATCH. Pi aspects Discussed in London (United Service). LONDON Thui div Tender cubic hopofullv espectnit? he picspecls of the test niatoli If uissed cit^hes can bo lemedied the lecision will ie°t with the side that pio luces it best loim Hitherto England iai, betn consider ibl- bolov\ form Cvoiy neive will he strained 111 Ade ide to legiiu supiemac\ The ExdIpss' ?welcomes Tenders in -lusionr who on his dav is one ot the best nntch -ttinneis in the cricket n^: woild ' The 'Globe' sajs Mnt TpihIpi is Dngland's best ileldei in the slips

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