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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
'BIRTH &nbsp; &nbsp; POTTS.— At Coolinda Private Hospi- &nbsp; tal, Carthage Street, Tamworth, : on 12th .January, 1921, the wife or Syd- ney James Potts,— a son DEATH. &nbsp; POTTS —At Coolinda Private Hos- &nbsp; pital, Carthage Street, Tamworth, on 12th January, 1921, Joseph Potts, son of Mr and Mrs Sydney J. Potts, Tamworth. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; IN MEMORIAM &nbsp; HERDEN— In loving memory of our dear grandson and nephew Stanley, who died 1 th January 1920. Aged &nbsp; 7 months. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; But Stanley you are not forgotten &nbsp; Nor will you ever be. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; For as long as life and memory last We will always remember thee Inserted by his grandparents', and &nbsp; aunties Vera, Doris, and Edie ' IN MEMORIAM' lirnm N — In lcnln^ memory ol out (Unlink little babe Stanley Mh...
Mr. James Gollan, Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 15 January 1921
Mr. James Gollan, Warwick. The death occurred in Warwick on &nbsp; December 29, of Mr. James Gollan, a member of a well-known and highly respected family of Elbow Valley. De ceased had reached the age of 75 years, and was ill for a few weeks only. He was a native of Scotland, having emigrated when a lad of sixteen, and settled on the Manning River (New South Wales), where he resided for a number of years. The members of the Gollan family proved themselves worthy de scendants of the Scot by their lovalty and devotion to duty during the Great War. The late Mr. Gollan was a staunch supporter of the Presbyterian Church He was a regular attender at church services throughout his long life. Mr. and Mrs. Gollan were married on the Clarence River and lived for some years at Chatsworth. They afterwards took up their abode on the Richmond River After a lengthy stay there they departed for the Mullumbimby district. Nine years ago the family settled in the War wick district. Deceased le...
WEDDINGS. Burge-Little. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
WEDDINGS. - Burger— Little. A pretty wedding was solemnised at St Augustine's Church of England, In ve'roll the parties being. Clarence George, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Les. Burge, of Inverell, and Mona Taylor, voungest daughter of- Mr;, and Mrs. P. I Little, also of Inyerell. The Rev. :E. H. o»n™,.,o^ r.mMnifi\. The bride, who was riven away by her father, was dressed m ivory crepe-de-chene beautifully em broidored with beads and silk. a.nd wore a white, aerophane hat embroidered, with white satin flowers.. She carried a bou quet of arum.. mU»;-'^Uite,-,da|ste.3 and carnations,-: and $r$U JgtfM? ^grist let watch, the gifts of the Vrtaeferot)in*- Miss Dulcie Little (sister of :the bride), was bridesmaid, and was -attired' In cream gabardine with pale blue ;hat, a~'d carried a shower bouquet of pink roses. The bridegroom's gift to the. bridesmaid was a gold ring set with pearls. Mr. ' J. Burge, brother of the bridegroom, - was .best man. The bride's gift to the bride groom was a pa...
SWIMMING SCHOOLS. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT'S SCHEME. 126 Tamworth Children Learn to Swim. Simple Methods. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
SWIMMING SCHOOLS. ? . ? -» ? :? EDUCATION DEPARTMENT'S SCHEME. 126 Tamworth Children Learn to Swim. Simple Methods. Tim Education Department's scheme or holding swimming schools' m large centres throughout the State has been a complete success as far as T« jmwo th is concerned. The Department made arrangements for instructors to take charge of school children, and teach, them how to swim during the summer holidays. Instructors were detailed off to any centre where 180 children were enrolled in the swimming school or Itf the provision of £16, the equivalent ot two shillings from eacn mi'.- Tamworth would not have had the swim ming school but for the fact that a gen tleman interested in the sport knowing that the number was short made up the extra money needed. Later on, how ever more children joined up, so no loss v.-ill bo incurred by him. It costs the Department more than £1G to run the schools in the country centres,, out the larger number enrolled' in the city schools ' lessens t...
BILLABONG TRANSFORMED. Boating and Swimming Carnivals. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
BILLABONG TRANSFORMED. Boating and Swimming Carnivals. About six miles down the river from laimvortli is an excellent swimming hole known as the 'Hillabong.' Severa: lamworth youths have, formed ' them wives into the 'Kardoo Swimming wuo. with the object or holding sports' ?' d carnivals at that place. It is eminontly suitable for such . purposes. he water is very deep for- over one 'unflred yards, and along the bank are ?Wo 1 n(l a I1IS'1 aivng stand. Iron Say several car loads of peoplo X T««nwprlh went out and spent, an j 'Wulilo ,ii,y. Boating was indulged 1 ho ni.labong.' «isrfiw stat-M n , '?nallamore' Mr. G. A.' SolomWs took noon'' I)h0tog;ialJl18 d'rlng the nfter On Janniny 86. Annherswv IX-'.y, ., giun* Mumming cainhal ,m bt. Mgid. ,',, , ,,ie ''(ls ai°, Mjlei.did swlm Ji'iis and rilvcis l ' (. . ? _ „ j^t
ENGLISH PRESS ON COLLINS. "Trumper's Able Successor." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
ENGLISH PRESS ON COLLINS ''Trumjiers A')'o Successor ' i 1 Tnii'orl S*-i'vip«.V ? LONDON, Saturday. vjOllins Ins leipt into time, and th° whole of Hit piLss is, devoting columns 'o his centuiies Ui k st)le methoa^ md future 0 Uics legud hib foim a -i levda tion, considering that his' batting in Lnol iml m 1019 was impiessne hut tin rimes ib not 'lone m stating tint lie l i bettf r b itsm in th in the Lng Iish. people thought. There will never bo another Victor Trumper, says, tho 'Evening : News, | but a brilliant now star ?; has: arisen.' Collins. 'is among the world's [greatest mastqra. ' . -,.;?. -j ?Tl:e 'Daily. Mail' -says: His batting lacks Trumper's subtle power, but Col lins takes his place amongst the giants of tho game. His luck excites a host, of whimsical comments. - The 'Daily News,' under tjio head ing 'Dropped catches or magic1?' ' sug gests that English cricketers may be . forgiven for suspecting that Collins or his bat casts an evil spell upon , them. ' The 'Evening ...
INCENDIARY PLOT. Frustrated by Police. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
INCENDIARY PLOT: Frustrated by Police. ; '(Reutor'ss Telegram). LQNDON, Saturday. , , A disturbance, at AVandsworth was a remai'kable affair; A' policeman- at one o'clock in the morning noticed a- motor car outside the premises of the'~Vacuum Oil Company. A number of men alight de, and climbed the wall. ? ; The alarm was raised, and whon the police entered the grounds there was a iiurce ugiu in line aarnness. anois were fired, but. there were no casualties. It is believed that 20 men were con cerned in the raid, but only one was brought up at the police court to-day. A search of the premises to-day re vealed holes bored in a dozen oil barrels. The raiders brought bottles and tins of petrol. Apparently a great flre plot was foiled. Them wero G0,000 barn-Is of oil stored on the premises, 'which cover nine acres.
AUSTRALIA'S FIFTEEN FOR ENGLAND. Final Selections. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
AUSTRALIA'S FIFTEEN FOR ENGLAND Final Selections ifc.fwas.-.announcod on Saturday; moni in' tint the following 1) pUjeis hue ben invited to join the, Austuuian te-im wh ch will 1li\6 toi Kntlind m March M W ARMSTRONG (Vic) i iptain u II L COL-LIXS (NSW) \icc enpt v W HARDSLD\ (NSW) ' '' T in DDR (Vie ) J M GREGORY (NSW) C C MACARTNEY (NSW) tt \ OLDriELT) (NSW) , A M\ILEY (NSW) fl li I M TAYLOR (NSW) ' -' 4C Ll PEIjLDW ISA) /I | | ^ tC MjLLEWVY (NSW) ^ II CARTDRvCNSM ) .„ h ,* I _t It L PARK (\icj V E R -\IA'iNE (Vic) a McDonald (Vic) Thcie i doubt whether one plajeij rimed will be able to undertime the~ hip owini; to business leasons _ Jo that extent the peisonnel ma\ subse- i quentb be iltoied * '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
A VERY CHEAP LINE OF CROSS BRED LAMBS. V ? :?'?'? ?''''? V ' ' '*' ?'' . '' .-.' v'v.;---;v-': '.T ????;---v';.1'/-!:'1'''' -'??? iV :; ; HANDY PITTSWORTH..; ; 135Q;CROSSBRKU LAMBS,. A^ugusl September drop. AVcll grown an v fat. A ' good ; line. 'Price' in' ' tb : ' WOOL ,,13/.. .-.. ;' : - ? , I; Krm ! offers ' only- froV: ' .' VICTOR COHEN AND CO ; ? TAirwORTH. ,. .:'.- THE OLD FIRM WITH THE NEV . NAME. ^ ' ; ''-?.;. ;. ?? WANTED.: ~ ' We liave a' buyer for a cottage with i decent yai-d, to keep a horse, Buyer i prepared to give froni £700 to £800 fo a suitable, place. Owners kindly send' particulars to— FOR SALE OnThoNTHS1 BILL. 1400 Wethers, 6. tooth,, and 4 years old about 100 : are Crossbreds, ' shon September, in splendid condition PRICE: 23/6. FRANK 'ifffB^j^'^ it. E. UPJOHN), AUCTIONEERS.^ ? ?_' TAMWORTH We. are Local Agents for/ the 8ccttl«f Union and National' Insurance Co., anc are prepared to accept all classes, Includ ing: Fire, Wool, Workmen's Compe'naa tion, Motor Ca...
COMMUNIST RIOT IN BERLIN (Reuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
COMMUNIST RIOT IN BERUN (Reutei s lolLgi in ) LONDON. Sunday. Routers Berlin correspondent wires: In the course of a demonstration. . the Communists inarched to Unter do Lin den. They broke the police cordon and forced a second cordon. They were fired on when they attempted a third at; AVilhelmstrasse. The crowd grewr p milky ind bcitto'-ed Tom ?vuninded f6r 47; Fender, 1 for 52; Rhodes, '0|lor 23 ENGLAND.— First --Innings. Hobbs c -md b Maile^ IS Rhodes mn out \b tlendicn b Gregoij ^ , -ib^ Makepeace c Giegoij, b Arm sti ons * ' w CO Woollei, not out ( j73 Russell not Out '21 Sundnes ' ^9 roUl 4 wickets foi , » 2J3 Bowling McDonild 0 foi Zr- Grosoiy ] foi 62 Ivellewav 0 foi 14 Mailey 1 foi 70, Armshong 1 foi 19 IUdei 0 foi 16 t i I i ? r ?
WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
WOOL SALES. New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, Limited report, Jan uary -IS-.-'lS-iM:— ' ? ~ ? ; , -''; In the absence of public auctions business has been confined to selling by private treaty. During, the past week a fair quantity of wool has been sold for shipment to America at prices which show considerable *' improvement on those' bid at auction. These buying orders appear to.Thave, been given so uiat smiraieiu may De maae tor the ar rival of , these wools in America prior to the increased tariff /which is likely to operate about .'March 15. It has' been' arranged at a meeting of the National Wofol '? Council- of .? ;W0ql: Selling. Brokers of Australia, which was held in Melbourne last .week that offer ings of wool in the Commonwealth dur ing February should be 120,000 bales. Sydnpy and Brisbane1 have been allo: cated 67,000. bales, , and, of this' quantity Sydney will offer 47,000. The actual, selling dates and quantities for Uie various- brokers in this centre ha...
STRIKES CONDEMNED "Hideous Human Suffering." PORT PIRIE VICTIMS. Destroying Australia. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
STRIKES CONDEMNED ?-- ? ? ? ?' ? ? . ? ? .'?.-.. -- ??' .'Hideous Huniin Suffering.' ::;- '?/ PORT PimE VICTIMS.. ^';. Destroyijnj Australia. I L:' W ,. .-. SYDNEY. Sirndnv. ?r*', Gerald HusHcn,. the industrial ad .yiaeriHb the 13rokpji Hill A.ssocialtion of Snielters at. Port Pirie. says: 'I :jised lo believe it. was essential t.ofroedoin that .?(inji: man or.. number of men shoultl have the' right -to ,go en strikp. I no ! longer hold that, belief, because. I' havie had burned into my soul the hiduous '! human !?uffering-.whi,ch strikes cause for nearly eighteen months. I have s--en -alt Port i.Jirie innocent people gradually 'bosgarcd slowly but surely, their savirig.sis 'filched from them, their children unUer-Dod and barely clad, their homes broken.1 up, as article alter article of furniture' t.'as sold for bread, and themselves plunjged into a sea of 'debt; while through iUall these brave men and women .kept smiling faces to the world. They 'worts merely victims. of the Broken...
FLYING PULLEY. Narrow Escape from Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
r'' FLYING PULLEY, t Narrow Escape from Death. : Albert S. h. Thonipsdri, 27, an assis tant engineer, employed at the Thorn ton v S»tW Mill, haa a narrow, escape from lnstaManeous death ju about 8 o'clock on satiirday morning. A live: foot pulley, which is stated to nave ibeen travelling at 'the 'rate ?;:'of about, 20UO 'revoluiibns ? per minute, Droke', and two liieces were sent, hurtl ing throuKh- the roof of the'buildinir to a height of about' 50 feet. ^ A ,tnird piece, weighing 10 or llilb'.s, struck Thompson over the left eye, inflicting ii. wound abput three inches long and half an inclr wide. ; I The injured- man-- jumped through a window, to. avoid falling metal,, fin- the sudden release of the weight of the working pulley caused the ' engine to bolt and considerable damage was done. ? ? r .. .. Thompson, who did; not lose ,.con sciousness, was ' conveyed to the Mait land Hospital where ¥it was found that tie had ?; fractured', his' gkull. . An'/ opera- tion was .performed, ...
THIRD TEST. AUSTRALIA 354. England Four for 233. A BAD START. Visitors Make Good Recovery. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
? ; ? m THIRD TEST. ' AUSTRALIA 354. England Four for 2331 A BAD START. Visitors Make Good Recovery. ?? ''?? ? ;V-if 'V' '?-:? .. '..j;;, r;: '?..?^?-??^ ADELAIDE, Sunday. ? The third test was resumed yester day in beautiful weather, the attend ance at the start being' 12,000. The Governor-General and State Governor were present. Hcarne's condition does not show signs of any marked improvement, and the Engli3hn1.cn are beginning to fear that he will not be able to assist them much during the remainder of the tour. OLDFIELD IN FINE FORM. t -'?'..? Douglas took up the attack from the Cathedral end to Oldfield, and the last ball of the over produced a single. Howell was tho trundler from the other end, and Oldfleld straightaway leg.giau ced him for a single. Oldfield brought forth applause by placing a short ono from Douglas to the leg boundary, and as the wicket-keeper was disposed to have a go at tho bowl-, ins the English skipper spread out the field. Oldfield showed that he possess...
SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS. Hawaiian Competitors Successful. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
f^fiMmJiCHUhPMH^i^. |H aw jfiiali '? Cdnipeti torsi Success^ ill! ?]-: : ! 11^:,] /''*.-'; v^^SY'DNEY,: Sunday. I ; T^ie .Statej.-s^viinming , cham-plonahip ;iarruiyai;',ia,th'b; Doroain bath^ .'attracted ;.i' /great'; .'gathering . ye'steirday. . . , .'?Tlie .main. iSpfint. event, the 100 yards ahahipidftship, caused great excitement. md ..resulted : Pua Keloha 1, Herald. 2, Becic 3.' ' Won by two yards. Time, ,56 iecp,nds. . ? iOo' yards country . champiolishii): Donald (Newcastle) 1, '. Bedwin.'. (New castle) . 2, Field, (Newcastle) 3. Time, 1.1%: ??? '?;?? iHigh springboard diving competition: Dick Eve (Mahlyj' 1, P'rovan (Sydney) £.' ' ' ' '880-yaj-ds S'tate .Championship, of -feNv' South Wales: Lahger' (Hawaii) 1, ? Beaurepaire .(Vic)) 2; Cotton (Univer sity) '3, liongworth (Rosp1 Bay) 4, Chris tie- (Drunimpyho) 5. Won by 25 yards', wltii : 40, yards between second ' and fhird. '? Cotton and Lorigwbrth' rought diit a; do'sp'^rate lap finish, but the for mer' again ? dominated ...
The Reduction in Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
The Reduction in Prices. ?', The announcement that various rc -.*--.' jdtictions have taken place in certain '?'?'? gro.cery lines in the Sydney wholesale ? Warehouses is the first welcome indica tion, of the long-awaited decline; but there is still some way to travel before yriccs approsiniate to those existing in1 the. halcyon pre-war days. Tlie decline, now that it has started, will possibly be permanent— for on all sides it is admitted that the maximum had been reached. The sorely-pressed community ?vml believe that the return to normal is. coming ?when they see the aetuul re 'ihicUonb, but it is probable that a be sjinning in any direction will pvnvo to -We merely the forerunner of the general tipwnward. trend whieb economists have bcen:nrsuring us could not be'itrifh lon ger delayed. The chief trouble from ? the.^ou'Jic viewpoint is the high price o£ clothing,, and at present there seems little prospect of more than a very gradual decline. ; ? The expectation that Ihero' will ...
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
f€?;'fe BOXING/? ;?(;;:. .i, ^::.;;^i/. .[i'. :sYiD5IBY;;;Siinday.r : JAt tlio. S'tadiunv last 'night : Francis Charles . wasi/declareil ..the. w.inner over l'diinmy Urdnv-i ' There was -.a .mild de mdns'lraUon when the referee gave his ffecisioiK!S'i':.;iy '-'.'.I;:.,-': '??':?;?/; ?;-.i ??' - ;?; At the' Brisbane Stadium i-lck Jo'hn apn... m.at .Eugene .yplaire,. and the ,.re; feree .-tl'eclared..~lt a dra-^.;'., ....../ ... yi'iW&$)\ti- ;-'.'. :?'?-?:.: -.- ????? - Betting : 5 to 2' Gemarbpn,'. 9 ' I6.-2 'Ale ran; G ' to 1 ? To.Ml'rd'-'a'nd; 'ADMmAL1 ELIPPiAWT, 10' td':r Kirkhaiii, .10 to 2J0 to; 1' Qthpr's/ '?.''???.r''.\:? ^-^i!^ ?' ?. -I-. ''V -V'--.- ' Won by a, head;' half a' length' between second ahd.'th'ird.::i'-v:% .?%'?''?'?'-':?'?;;?'' '' . ?????? Time,. l;44;V-;v:.;'--';-;*fV;. J-A:,':--^: (.--,:- ,; Tote dividends: Firsti!£ 2/0/6/ second 9/, Ithird, £1/16.'', : k , . .'?? : ;?- .??':? '?' CARI.TON. M'lLB. . . GOLiDEN SP'BAR, dig. .8.0 (Maher). 1 VISNTROiLA, ,...
COUNTRY TENNIS. LAST DAY'S PLAY. New Champion from Wagga. Barraba Wins Doubles. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921
COPtRY TENNIS. I j ; LASTAiDAYrS PLAY; v NW'CHanipioh I'rom Wagga. ; i ?v' 'Barraba Wins Doubles. ?'? r'yi-NEY. Saturday. -The, Country Lawn Tennis Carmvat was concluded, at Double . Bay yester day. The event .jva's v&.-y successtul. and a new charnpion was unearthed in J. Eldershaw, of Wagga Wagga, In au dition to winning the Single^ Cluun pionshU) he won the Singles Handicap and Mixed Doubles Hadicap. The Seilor brothprs. Messrs. D. ami L. Yeo, R. and , C. Spencer, Chalmers and 'Christie, Mr., Mrs. and- 'Miss. Cox. Misses Gray. Misses Joan ana ..uwen Scott, Misses- Mills, Miss Case . kiul Miss Fen wick, greatly distinguish ed themselves. ... ? Tl:e. winners ..of the Doubles. Cham pionship we're the promising colts from Barraba, R. and',C. Spencer. . :. ' ' In Bob ' -Spencer, Barraba has an ex ceptionally .fine player, who has .arifiiibl volley, a deadly smash, and good, se'r-f] vice.. The only set lost by the . winners; was. at. 2— 6 to their other Bai-raba/: pair,. Bus.b'...