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

TO AID; DIGESTION. , , Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. : '-, A distinguished medical authority has written, 'When a man's- stomach goes ?wrong, he starts on the down grade.' Indigestion, dyspepsia and other forms of stomach disorder produce depression, and melancholy, conditions of mind1 which are sometimes as fatal to health and happiness as virulent diseases.; Weak, thin blood is one of the most common causes of indigestion: If.; the blood loses its tone, as it is called, the actios of the other organs is upset and there is a condition of general debility. Eating becomes an effort/and is gener ally followed by keen distress, sleep is broken and unrefreshing and the -pat- ient often complains of palpitation of the heart and shortness; of breath. All this distress goes back to the blood. Reiouiid the blood with a tonic, and sup ply it with the- missing elements |and there will 6e an improvement in' the ciisturbed organs, the depression ;will disappear and good food and plenty or fresh air...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD AGE PENSIONS. SHOULD THEY BE INCREASED? Town and Shire Councils' Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

OLD AGE PENSIONS. SHOULD THEY BE INCREASED ? Town and Shire Councils' Opinion. Towards the end of last year tlie Tamworth Town Council passed a reso lution advocating an increase in the amount of the Old Age Pension. It also sent out circular letters to all the muni cipal and shire councils of -'the State asking for their co-operation. At. last. Tuesday's meeting of, the : Council. ^SS replies to the circular were taWpcl. ' ' ' --iV:!lt€i'br.:;Tv-as also received from the Acting Commissioner of Pensions, sent Jirou'gh the 'medium of Major Hay, M.P., stating that in reply to questions in the House of Representatives by Messrs. Fenton and McEonald, on July 29 and August 2G last, as to whether a further increase in the rate of invalid and old age pensions could be granted, the Treasurer had intimated that considera tion had already been given to. the mat ter, bilt-;that the financial position of the Commonwealth did not permit of.' any. further increases in the .Old 'Age Pensions ''-Bi...

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

ROBBERY IN: DOMAIN. SYDNEY, Friday. Luke. Bjiyke was sitting in the Do nlaih toJttitj^ when a man asked him for a match. He gave him one, and after the: man had gone Burke discovered that his vallet containing £42 was misising.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

SPECIAL NOTICE. TO HORSE OWNERS & TRAINERS Nominations for the Guyra All Height.') Ilacea 'close with the Secretary THURSDAY, 18th JANUARY, 1921. The Course is in perfect' .condition, and a record meeting is anticipated.' Any owner requiring, special railway concessions ltimliy communicate . with tho Secretary when railway forms will be posted. ALBERT BOAVICN, Hon. Secretary. ' .''.. ; DON'T FORGEtT'' ) DUNCiOVVAN* SOCIAL in aid of Dungo wan Hall Funds will he held on 26«i JANUARY. ; ; iood Music. *?? Good Refreshments, H. HKNHY^Seo.'-r: ' J. HERDEN, Treas. . THE NEW ENGLAND GIRLS' SCHOOL, Arimdale, N.S.W. THE Council of the above School de iii-KH to announce that 115 pupils have' Oready boon enrolled for 1921. There still remain five vacancies which will -e filJed immediately. Parents who; in-, end to send their' Girls to THE NEW ENGLAND GIRLS' SCHOOL, ARMIDALE, ? iro asked to make immediate applica ion to the Registrar, Diocesan Regis iry, Armidale. N'.B. — Prospectus of t...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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TAMWORTH CHURCH OF ENGLAND GIRLS' SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

TAMWORTH CHURCH OF ENGLAND GIRLS' SCHOOL. ; , Head Mistress: Miss Stockfeld, j as sisted- by three, resident Governesses,' and visiting , teachers in special sub-^ je'dtsl . '' '? ?' ' .' '' '. :. Every comfort for hoarders. Girls attending th.e High School may. enter as Hostel girls'. The fees have not been raised even with increased cost of living, and range from as lo\y as Ten Guineas per quar ter. ; ' '.,.'?..- ' Accommodation for twenty extra boarders. ' .' ' , Next Term begins February 7. Chairman of Committee, Canon Fair biother; Hon. Secretary, W. E. Pe'ard; ? Hon. Treasurer, J. W. Liston,

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

&oj ^ou '!now 'f 's going ? \§r lp%rf 1° be good before you VJjj) \flW- niix it when you usfe \mi V f IRELAND'S BAKING POWDER VA (It Whatever it is you are bak- !4\ // ing it is bound to be good 'ill Ij if you use Ireland's. No .ill //I more heavy, bitter and 111 I | discolored things, for jjjl .. / _ Ireland's Baking Powder |IIJ [ is always of uniforfn high III I quality. It is mixed under j[| best conditions from a ill : ' well tested recipe1. ? ? ' fj jj A , One trial :? will ; convince1 jlll ' you of its superiority. Ijlj , / i\[,' IRELAND'S JELLY CRYSTALS | I in .8 different flavours jjj 11 make easily prepared Ijlj yik. delightful desserts. //// /^T J. IRELAND, Ltd., Newcutle. jjjl I IF. A. CALLCOTT, \ j JHonumental. Hison,: v I J PEEL STREET, I I WEST TAMWPRTM. | '.: 'ffhcnft278. .' ' ;..- /::''? » ..'_.!_ '. W00B|,r. ; Bli Btock on kasd, oat any slia. D* IlTered to.aaj; jart ol tfa« tow», W. UPJOHN & CO. LTD. TAMWOKTii. 'The Broken Crutch' Strange story:i)f:a...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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PROFIT IN COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

i PROFIT, IN COWS. , Dairying like all businesses, has its pUiiiKs.,. ..It may occur in wrong equip ment,, drought may take its toll, or in a more, merciful way, drain the coffers ury, necossitating hand- feeding. But both may !oe guarded against. For tlie former, experience and science com bined have mastered tho many imper fections of the past, to an almost in ciodible extent. To-day the ' milking machine manufacturer has attained such perfection with his product that tho purchaser is .practically guaranteed .i gainst hold-'upsMn -thc'i'iict that at any time ..one ofsthoir experts will call and me if everything is working smoothly and well, and this, without any charge whatever. This is what Moffat, Virtue, Ltd., the milking machine specialists and machinery manufacturers announce in their advertisements through our columns. This firm aro famed for the Moffat-Virtuo sheep shearing, machines, which is sufficient guarantee that 'they mean and act up to what they ndyer tise. The anal...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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DISSATISFIED WITH QUARTERS. Crew Refuse to Sail. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

DISSATISFIED WITH QUARTERS^ Crew Refuse to Sail. j ' ,,,.,.....,,... SYDNEY, Krid:iy:J-' Thi- cr.Riv.or' tlie steahier' '' Tuluno, which is dun to sail from Aucklauil -for', Tahili .to-morrow, have given 21 hours notice of.;-;thoir. intention , to leave the- siiip. alleging - that their quarters ' are insufficiently yentilatwl, an-i a'skirigaid'1 be shifted: to :the: deck above. j-i'-f']

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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SHUNTING SMASH. Serious Damage at Enfield. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

SHUNTING SMASH. Serious Damage at Enfield. V?:i SYDNEY. Friday. ?jj'.p'ui'lng shunting operations at mnfleM 3^' empty sheep vans o.^liided 'with 12. others, wliich gravitated to the down dojMirln-e'- liiie. and collieded ????wfth ' *a jroods train about to leave the yard*, withe the result that, four sheen' vans and onn cattle wVcron were '? do railed, blocking the line. | One sheep van was cohipltrt-ly ?masl:-; eil and thn other trucks diimaged.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

There are two ;, ' ,' strengths in tea : tea strength and tannin strength. ' 1 -?»-'?-'' ?..;? ?? ''-Ji';i*, ' Tea-strength is entirely ' ; - (, \.' \ ,, ,, agreeable , and is good' ?- -i V' '? . ' : ''l for you. '*'.{' Tannin - strength is ^ ' 1 v '? puckeryand is bad for ''-* Jt \ - «, ?, . the insides. .?- . » ' ', :;f - ? ?. v ; ?- ? ^ . Fine tea is mostly ? K I *'' ' ' tea-strength— almost no , i - tJ- ? tannin unless you steep '' ' ; '- '? , it too long. ' ',:*' fliv-'i 'a - Common tea is mostly ^-. V '' J '/' tannin - strength ---not 'i ? . 'l' -t, ',j', ' enough real tea-strength $- , 1 '?? -t ' to satisfy you, and that ^ / little is ' smothered by ^ - „ '' tannin. ' ' \ ? ' '?'? ?'?? J1 ':, Which will you have-- -^i'' ~; , ' '' tannin-strength or tea- ? i^l y strength, common, tea ,;;,~,_£;L-a! or Busheils Tea, ihe :'/4 ;1£. practical; ecoricmical, '' fine tea ? - * ' ?? No sliirts offer more in fabric, LJ $« pattern, color and style — no ?!? Cj shirts are better fitting — ...

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BANK OFFICIALS ROBBED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

BANK OFFICIALS ROBBED (Reulei b Telegi 1111 ) I ON DON Tluusda} Ainumber .of anasked and armed men helu up a cai containms; two bank ofll cnls between Thurles md Uihngtoid and decamped with C1200

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POLICE KILLED. Clerk Shot in Theatre. DUBLIN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

POLICE KILLED Clerk Shot in Theatre (United Sen ice) DUBLIN l'limsdi ?\\1l11m Ivennech '' 1 nulilai} cleik md his wife iltend^d the theitie At Uip interval a membci of the uidience said ' This is oui man, md lned on him Tfe v\ is wounded bv 1 bullet m the chest but not benou At Balloe 1 '-eigcnt md eonstallp v eie shot dead

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FRENCH MINISTRY. REASONS FOR ITS RESIGNATION. Probable Results. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

FRENCH MINISTRY. REASONS FOR ITS RESIGNATION Probable Results. (Reutci s rclesium ) LOjnDON thuibday Reutei s Pms coiiespondent sivs tho Ciblnpt lesigned as 1 lesult of the Chamber bv 403 votds to 123 lefusmg tie Governments lequest' to postpone the mlei ppllation of its financial and geneial policv \. piobablo immediate effect of the fall of M ILe}gues- Goveinmont v\ili'be the postponement of tho Intel Allied Confeienfe in^-Pai's on lanuaiv 1-) f The defcit is altubuted to tin accu mulation of causes connected with m teinil and exteinal polic}, but the Chambei 's nowise 111 ti British despite cilticisms of Uip' Leagues administra t'ons conouct ot foieign affans

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WHAT GERMANY THINKS. Vary Press Opinions. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

whatUermany thinks VaryPi Press Opinions (Rpulei's Ifilcgiam) LONDON Ihursdav Reutei s Boilm coiiespondent wiies Thi hopps and fpus or Geiman} lie le fleeted in. the Ctiimonts 'upon - the 'fall of the Fiench Government which is keenlj discussed 111 the newspapers as betokening the pcssibilitv of a, new phas,o ftp Trench post wai^ pollc} , Reaction uv oigans aie or opinion that the Ghambci of Deputies wants a stiongpi ,nian than Levg^ue-i to tnoklc niitam and, ll.uv on the question of Geimin disarm 'mont and thov expect ji hai'shci policv tovvaidsi Germany 'Tiut the Socialisl otrans believp that P inep , financial, diffhulties will com pel Iipi to appio. ih GPimanv wlthvi view lo economic and ultimate politica' undeiblnndinc -,,

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SLACK TRADE. Armies of Commercial Travellers. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

SLACK TRADE Armies of Commeicial Travellers. 1 SYDNEy, Tiiday Seventv (cinniPicial travclleis weie in Ratliuist libt night Except on special occasions iievei before have so man} bagmen been seen In Bathmst One twnellei admitted that S}dne} waiehouses weio making a big offoit to unloiil tlicii stocks, and -\voie sending men out wholesale Into the countiy to secjip ord'is fiom vaiious letaileis V distinci. slackness In business was lepoilcd bv some commeicialh, who or lei '(Hue explanation that countiy houbes we-e in turn finding business dull while sl'aiihf the a lew of thp publip gene mil} that puces weip likel} to fall even lower. before, any reaction set In.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

I ; ????????'??? - ?.' '' ' '? ??'??;?;-' - , I I ' ~''r- ' ;J STARTS .^/.i^.; | I ?; :&%$0$$i ;. ,iwui ?? ?*.;?-??;? ^:^»:;.': I ; i ?????-? w'^i.^^.3*iiA-AJi-iifi'Niyilj.il?'i y^a7'*f;^i^^;,. ;.-;;- -! 3 ''m1S .;; |[- | '-]' ? WE CALL YOU TO A FEAST OF ? ? , ! j BARGAINS-WILL YOU COME ????: ! j ; H ? ', ; _,L ,nj , ,| ' i'-|--r-:-' - .r'irr''1 ? ' ? : ? * ? '' ? ' . !-' ' } GHMLES BEGAN LIMITED, j | PALACE OH TRADE, ! APRONS AND OVERALLS AT THE SPECIALITY HOUSE. We specialise in these Goods, and just now are showing some exceptional Values. ' ':;' Black Aprons, splendid dyes, extra large size, with and without bibs, 4/6 and 5/11. White Aprons, of fine'linen finished cloth, sure money savers these. . 4/6 and. 5/11. Then too in Overalls, our values and variety are supreme; ; Mlnery and Specialty House TAMWORTH. ADVERTISE TO-DAY, A FEW OF THE MANY GENUINE BARGAINS OFFERING IN AIL DEPARTMENTS Navy and Butcher Prints, Spot and Floral Designs, 30 inches wide. Special' value,. at...

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

1 SPECIAL RACE NIGHT ATTRAC 111 ?-'- TIONS. COMMENCING TUESDAY, JANUARY 18. THEATRE ROYAL, TAMWORTH. D. B. O'CONNOR And His Famous Comic Opera Coy. ,. Present is a grand opening production tht lecont city comedy success, 'GlftSY LOVE.' The comic opera which caused .a-1 fmore In Sidney and Melbourne. ?'.:.' '\Ii OConnor in his gruatost portrayal, of Jowi the Gipsy Fiddler. ' WEDNESDAY EVENING. The Kieitestof all musical comecVr, 'THE GIRL FOR THE BOY,' Direct from thn Tivoli Theatre, Sydney. THURSDAY EVENING: ' Anothei big Metropolitan wjnner, Tuil Choi us ' -uid 'BHllet.:.; ? ? Catchy musical nunibers.' .' .????: ''-.*:,,, Pi Ices '/ -3'/; ^/.?-?plttai-tiaxi. P.lan at Horn's. : ? '?.... ; TO-NIGHT, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15th, At &:.PJt Winsome- Star's Finest Characterisation . ? ; ?.??-? -'?'? ??:-'i ' ;-^ - ?'?? '? ? ILBHHBWHHniY IT ^ 7' I' PAPAriOUriT PRESENTS- ! in'; ? . ;i_; ' ? ' ' ? ' ? ?'..??! 'AWAY GOES PRUDENCE In 5 Breezy Reels CAST Pnulenoe Thome' Billic Bnike Hewlitt...

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

? H ; GOOD LINE STOCK. RJi^tfJ*1'-^1'! ?i.'C-f,^'' \'r.'' ''? ?'?.'--???'?*???''? -''-- ? .:- ? ...-..?'.;. ?.^.?--.;'':.v,r,!.. ?'.-...;' ', --?/? ??-? j ? ? : ? ?- .......... .J.. .? 'v;.,.,: HANBY 'fAMWORTH. !? ', ' 1509 MERINO MIKED SEXES. 4- to 9 months,. Station bred, 1 marie, splendid I . 'quality. . Half in wool, balance shorn October, dipped. -22/G 5Q0J.WETHiER-s; 3 and 4 years, shorn Qctoebr, splendid condition, big' frames .,;.., - . ig/_ .?!??? . ? ' . ' ??? ?'?? ?' ' ? ' 2009 MJEJRTNO EWES. i. 6. and 'just S tooth. All one mark! Beautifully bred',. Fax. Lamb May 1 to high class Alerino rams. Sell runs 30/ '°. COWS, aeed. Station bred, Durham-Hereford gross. 21 calves' at foot and ? . 'Still cstlvmff. £6/10. -????- . ?'??Wsaauu, '? ' ' ' CARVE AND COUSENS, LTD., TAMWORTH. jiHEAP COTTAGE. SITUATE^ |N^ AN^j^V/VTED POSITION. ?».-. ? ??:;??.' 5 :V1 3 ':i -r:Mr 'i ^ u ? '? . * ARHA lAcie, ofLand Nice 4 loomed W B Cottage, kitchen, \eiandah. back .md front, copper bet m, elect...

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THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921

THE CHURCHES. (The TamWorUi Church News is contri buted: by the. ministers of the respec tive :(ienoniinations or their represen tatives.)' '' : CHURCH OF ENGLAND, TAMWORTH. Canon Fail-brother will be absent from the Parish Cor a. few days. In consequ ence there will be only one country ser vice \ to-morrow, viz., at Piallamore at 3 . o'clock. The town services will be as usual, at 8 o'clock, 11, and halt-past 7. ST.'' PAUL'S CHURCH Of ENGLAND. In the face of a depressed yeai'r.wit-lk people on the verge o£-;bflfnknii*tcyh.t'Ii-_ parochial funds of SI. Paul's have.' not ..'suffered^ Our credit balance will be larger than that of last year. To those who know of and appreciated the difll 'culties, the vicar had to deal with dur -ing the year, the result will be surpris ing. This year the vicar's stipend is to ... , be. increased to £300. With the promise of- better times it ought not to be diffi cult to secure it, for him. ? Mr. G-. McA. King has been elected as one, of the- represent...

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

qy ? — ? — r*T ? AUCTION SAt-fcC' ,., v; ;\ extra snpTc^ .THURSDAY, 3rd FEBRUARY,, #21v;y j|| y ' 1000 ;'? .heap.,,,,. J!J^3^Sj By order, and on account of W. H. Dudgeon, Esq., at [ ; . '' ''' BONALBO HOMESTEAD YARDS, BONALB6, -^ . ^ ** ' COMPRISING: — . '? . . '?,:.-.?'. '. '' ? 370 STEERS AND BULLOCKS, 2J to 4 years, all 'good colors, w.-iH .'grown and in good condition . ', ' 100 STEERS, 18 month'! to 21 years, good colors and condition. „,?_„.,, 200 D^Y JIKPCR^.^ ; ^Cl^ard 170 BREEDERS, all -oung, b^on^/dairy crosses, ^gpg^condition, joined Ta 100 WEANERS, mixed sexes, Hereford-Durham crosses; good quality ; and con: dition. ? r ??..,- . / ??! EC STORE COWS, big frames and fair condition. ?..-.... :| . . ? ?-,.??: : 3 HEREFORD BULLS, Tabulam Station bred. . .„..., ?..;., .'. v ' .. ? ; ,i 1 DURHAM' BULL;1 Tabulam Station bred. ' ?',''':'; ?.:. ?'..'.- *'?'? Also account same Vendor. ' .'?'?'! i. 40 HEAD MIXED HORSES, broken and unbroken, mares and geldings. . ARMSTRONG &...

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