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NIGHT CYCLING. Finish of 24 Hours' Race. Two Cyclists Injured. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

' ' NIGHT CYCLING. Finish of 24 Hours' Race. , ,, ;^ ; Two .Cyclists Injured. 1 : '? i ???:?' . SYDNEY, Sunday. There was a large crowd at the Sydney Spqrts Ground last night to witness .the Driish of the' 24 hours' cycle race that commenced at 9.30 on Friday night. . At 5.4 iv.irt. 400 miles had been cover ed, and at 7.42 another 5t) miles had' been added. At S.55 the men had passed the previous Australian 24 hours' record dis tance of 475J mileB. At- a quarter of the way round in the tenth sprint, there was a smash in which throe riders were spilled, and ono. of them (Erskirie) had to be taken off, by thp ambulance ofilcers. Grenda and Erskine won with 33 points, Clarke and Priestly, 29 points, were second, and Ohrt and Henry, 22 points, third. The distance covered in the 24 hours was 493:{ miles. During the afternoon a serious colli sion .occurred during a sprint race, and J. Scruise and L. Godfrey were so 'badly injured that they had to be carried off the track. Scruise had thre...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Revolutionary Activity. RAMPANT IN BRITAIN. Glasgow's 60,000 Sinn Feiners. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

Revolutionary . Activity. RAMPANT IN BRITAIN. Glasgow'! 60,000 Sinn Feiners. (Publisi ed in 'The Tinies.'i LONDOX, Sunday. la i senes of irticles nfter his [our ol tin nidiutrial areas air. ArHct Shulwell closeh n'nalyses the revolt tionary- movement in Britain. He finds i nn/e of leUMtj, but little cohesion, md iiiupint indnulualisni amongst tte numerous- ooLnniunislic societies.; Vllhoiibh its iie idquarlei-s are in Un. uon i no eureme movement's chit! stioiwhold ls^the Clyde. Here 'there i-- Ovjilosne mitpilal and a prodigious tneulaiion of ( literature. .Moreover, G0,000 Sinn Feiners drill regularly in Cflasgow in their own halls.' Ah Shulwcll dees not find much ei li oneness imonc;st genuine unionists, indeed 'Bolshevik stock has fallei ?leiMlj I eie ind on t!ho Continent.' He' welcomes the letivities of his Labcr collide-, with tli ic strong propaganda influence bocauso he is convinced lhal onlj pT-sien st mdi fc- bloody revolu tion, whilst reason makes for reform.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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COMMISSION ON SALE OF LAND. Auctioneers Lose Case. TENTERFIELD, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

COMpSSipN ON SALE OP LAND. -Auctioneers Lose Case. ? TENTERFIELD. Sunday. ai me reniorneiQ ronce uoun Messrs. Donoghue ..and, Stevenson, late auction eers ..Tenterfield, sued John T, Toohey to recover £22/10, being commission alleged to ue due on the sale of 50i acres of land. Gordon dimming Stevenson deposed that defendant placed tho land in the firm's hands for sale. Defendant first agreed to take £25 per acre. Later the firm received a letter agreeing to accept £22/10 per acre. When plaintiff had purchased tho show sales they were in Htructed to sell the land at those sales on March 5. At -the sale defendant said that his bodrock price was £25 per acre. Tlio land was ipassed in, the reserve, not being reached. Next day defendant sold the land for £22 an acre to Harold , Curry.. -. ? , I Defendant stated that early in 1920 he gnvo tho-limd I o plaintiffs to sell, Tie saw him in March, and told thorn, that the land should bring more, than: his sporting offer of £.22/10, made two ye...

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Wool Scheme. ADVERSE BRITISH CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

Wool Scheme. ADVERSE BRITISH CRITICISM. (United /Service.) lAnNiJUiN. sunnay. J^i idloid is shoiyinp: strong irrifr ion at tl e wool scheme. ihe Yoikfahne ,, Observer' angrily ;onuemns it ind declares that the sales in 1 ondon have, been a fiasco. rhej -were a l inj,ed jto extend over lnee T3^Qk-... the ..Gov.ei-nmeDt. offfrin; fOOOO biles;/1liie first day' 18 , pev tew, ind the beccml 20 : per 'cent, was sold, :he offes not itacl:ing the . resene. Dn^ the eonti a \ privately-awned Aus ;ialicin wool ook'etl',-, gbed obriipetilion. Ml w as sold beeause. the venders it 3eptcd5 lO^pei eenf,:;::b'elpw 'the Govern meni lesene After ' declaring tot it is e\ident Mi Hughes is calling th' tune and has either' collared or scared Lhe Wool De-p u linen t, the 'Obscrvtr' jtites Ui it it lfa impossible to exact a [nice eoiifaldei ibly 'above lhe world ^el ''. ' '

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RABBITS AND WEEDS. Growing Pests in New England. ARMIDALE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

RABBITS AND WEEDS. Growing Pests in New England. ; . ? ARMIDALE, Sunday.; A very welcome rainstorm swept over' the district on Thursday everiirig. The' copious downpour should prove . very beneficial to the growing crops.' Reporting on his portion of the Armi dale, P.P. district, Rabbit Inspector- Ste vens says that during the last few anonths very few holders have^paid any attention to the rabbit question, for, on. a good many properties he found three grades of kittens — from very small to full grown. A continuous .onslaught was. now necessary, and if proper systematic steps are not taken, it would soon mean that landholders would have their work taken. up to even check the rabbit pest. Spasmodic working was not successful. The. main roa-d from Uralla to Kentucky was bad with blackberries and briars, and on the road out to Kingstown from UraUai via' Balala, the pest is much, in evidence in the culverts.

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PURCHASE OF LAND. How Soldiers May go About it. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

.PURCHASE OF LAND. (How Soldiers May go About it. ,\ Mri'D. H. -Drummond, M.L.A., is in re ceipt' of the following official correspond ence from the Under-Secretary for JJantl's, regarding tho promotion provi sions- of- the Closer Settlement Acts : ';( In reply to your representations in re lation to applications toy returned sold iers' to purchase land, I beg to inform ydui-that same are dealt with under the above Act. The prescribed application forms to bring land under the above Act are forwarded herewith. They should be ac.cdriipa.nied by a deposit of .£5 per ap plicant by .vendor, to cover cost of valu ation. . ? v'''hf-.Min;3f.nv i:as decid^'l that sip.plica tions under the Promotion Provisions of the Closer Settlement Acts for single, farms will not. be- ^approved, except, in those cases where ..the y'endpr will con tinue: to retain an area adjoining, or im mediately adjacent to, the farm proposed to be sold, which may be regarded as sufficient to maintain a home. The Ministe...

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GUNS USEFUL IN THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

6IJNS IISEFULJN THE: COUNTRY: A correspondent at' Narrabn, writes: ; I. think the Labor Party's, latest g.Ul to the worker .in the shape, of a giin li cense, is a crowning act of. charity,' see ing that hundreds of workers in country districts look to- their .gun'.or rifle to pro vide a little sport. Many a poor mother would hardly know the taste of meat on ly for the. gun and rifle. Now it is to be taxed or else made into fire wood. How long, oil ;Lord, are the country worn prs going to bo gulled by the city poj liticians? It is -said that if a city man buys a gun it is nearly always to shoot some one, but not so in the country. Don't make our hell any worse in the country, I say. I have bbe'h'a Labor «upp6rter for many years, but if I vote for that .body again then I .will have one shot at myself. .

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SYDNEY GRADE CRICKET. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

^SYDNEY GRADE CRICKET. SYDNEY, Sunday. ?Virst grade cricket yesterday resulted: ? Pa'ddihgtdri '? v. Central Cumberland: Former, 'second innings, six for 235 (O'Keefe 63); latter,' first innings 105 (Trenerry, 7 for 29). Paddirigton won on the first innings by 2 runs. ? ? North Sydney v. Western Suburbs: ?Former, second innings, 138 (Russell 3 for ;S6; Wall, 5 for 66); latter, first in nings, 171 (Armstrong-, 4 for 60; King, 3 for 24); second innings, 3 for 41. Western Suburbs won outright by seven Wickets and two runs. Waverley v Glebe: Former, eight for 268 (innings declared closed) ; latter 135 (Ivos four for 45: Forssberg, 5 for 41); ?sec'qn'd innings, 3 for 133. Waverley won' on the first innings by 133 runs. Middle Harbor, second innings 05 (Folkard, six for 42; Bassett, three tor 20) ; Balmain, first, innings 2481 Baliiiain won by an innings and 99 rims. Petersham v University: Former, sec ond innings 227; latter, first innings, 4 for 185 (innings declared closed); second Inn...

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MR. ESMONDE'S DETENTION. May Continue Indefinitely. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

MR. ESMONDE'S DETENTION. - May Continue Indefinitely. . SYDNEY, Sunday. ;; -Osmond TAiomas Orattan Bsmonde, Sy.iio' is ? detained on the Makura by or .de'r^df ther'-Gusf6ms, has settled down ?to .his. new; surroundinss in, Rose Bay. :He ' \iras- -takeri there on Friday after-' -nb.cn. .How long he will r'eniain there is more thaii'Mr. ;Esmonde^knpws. . He. lias no^' yeb 'taken th'e-^datii pfAanesi arice; consequently he- cannot -'.again come 'before _the authorities in :any ;omv: dial form. , ' ...;:?- ; '. ..-'.' ij^For the time being, he is) now in; mpro.-cdiigoniar. surroundings than when li^e -ifirs't /clashed with^authority. ~ On-one I .side;' .lie ' :has..ari ?uninterrupted view d£ 1 ?the.-.'golf- Jinks, -and- lie can get a .good ?view., 'of -.the .'north side of Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

_ GOOD LINE STOCK. r K-fl*' ?*^-'r.rs«r»-(f- :- ?'_; ? ; ?? ? , ....?- , ^vV'V ?????.??'?.?'?? ? . HANDY fAMWORTH. :. v ; , V' :: ? : ^ r- ''i ' ' -;nn wp-tw™! o wool, balance shorn October; dipped.. 22/6 -'-:TA;j'^ 500 WETKBps, 3 and 4 years, shorn Octoebr, splendid condition, big frames, 2000 Jra^iNo EWES 4. G, and Justus tooth. All one ' mark. , Beautifully, bred' 20 cS\v-* 2^ c£ ? t0 ^teh ClflSS Morino rams- Seirruns. 30/ ' ' SKX. ia6/?on bredi ?j*n*™22T! cross; 21 calves at footand 5tJSffiy» AND COUSENS, LTD.,' TAMWORTH. ?'— ? ~itii ? i'ii iiiiM-i ?' ? ? .fey'' ?';','?/-?'?? CHEAP HOTELS. , FOR QUICK SALE. iigss 'ssssfs^sssi r airssw' — ^ ri MICE: £1200 IV.ehoH. Term,, ,»o«t »SS».'W' : For offer or further' particulars from: ... . , MAHONY AND Ca, Property Salesmen, Tamworit 'PHONE 161. _ . CHOICE PROPERTY TO LEASE. MOREE DISTRICT. 5430 ACRES SETTLEMENT LEASE, 20 Miles from Railway, Well improved and watered by bore drains. Good Homestead. Country open black lu... '» .sojl-P|ai...

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WEDDING. Halliday-Bourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

? WEDDING. . : Halliday— Bourne.' '-? The Methodist ? rChurch, Tamworth; ?was the sqtene of a very pretty wedding . on Wednesday, .January 5th, when the Rev: /TV Manning Taylor, B.A., celebrat ed ? the; marriage of Nellie Maitland Bourne, only-daughter of- the Mayor and Mayoress, A\d. ,and. Mis. W. .A. Bourne, of 'Wyaoia;' Raglan-street, and Chris topher^ Hall iday,, youngest soa of Vr. and Mrs. Ji Haljiday, of Bect.iv-3. The -'church was 'decorated'by the friends - of the Driae, including- Mesdames A. Jiomnson , and A. '& Francis,- and the ceremony was performed beneath a large wedding bell on.. either, side^of' which were suspended the'irilUais^bf the^bride and bridegroom. As the bride -'entered the church on the arm -. of her father, ? the choir and con gregation; safig 'the .'.nuptial hymn .'The Voice 'that. Breathed o'er Eden.' The bridal gown;: was,, of handsome brocaded crepe^de-che'ne and georgette which had been specially. brought from Canton as a AVjedding gift..'i...

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ISON'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

ISON'S PICTURES. 'The Thoroughbred' to be the at traction at Ison's -Pictures to-night, deals with;' 'th'o famous Derby race. ?Hugh Walton owns Clip&tone, the- fa- vorite of the hour. He also possesses a- charming wife in Dorothy. Her cliaiTna. and perfeot love .mak^ Hugh envied by his male friends. Bolfe is an admirer of Dorothy's and owner oT the famous hoirse 'King of Trumps' which is a second favorite for the Derby.

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BIG DROP IN YARN PRICES. Fall of 60 Per Cent. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

''-BIG 'DROP -IN YARN PRICES/ Fall of 60 Per Cent!. (Reutci-'s Telesfram:) '. '' v :, .. . :; LONDON, Saturday. A 'l-is drop in tiie price of yarn, esti matod -at Byjar cent., is forecasted from lielfaat, in consequence of the lapse of thtviigroenicnt between British and Con ^r?£ ?-BIll.nnfrs- .thereby creating a free market. ii ,s anticipated that it will ?h^eMavP™'} e effects on the linen trad,e artklrs'n -f&' ln Ule price of line» tl Wrf' ? i- ° pCI' cent U is «'»nsht n'ce4r ? be U£lped ovor tholr losses if

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ARMED SUBMARINE. Formidable German Invention. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

ARMED SUBMARINE. Formidable German Invention:.' (Routers' Tele'gVahil): ''? ?' ',' ; '?: r;;;v.; „ ,,;;LONDONi Saturday.^ , .?;. A00?.1;^11^ -(to. a Berlin telegram to the ^Uo;r.';or.;;the;-JGliitai:gp.',.v'Tribune,'.^l;thb- PSVmnnsrclaim'vtd; have, invented a nett tyiie^bfyariuored submarine, which,:, it '^il'Sfierted, -will, revolutionise, naval warfacei.i.Tlje.v.inventors. who are dc fscuoea.^as submarine! cnginteers -who buiiu-mouy ? of the largest U-boats in war;,time, claim thai: the new craft is proof against depth charges, aud is ahie to fire: torpedoes in any position

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ELECTRICIANS' STRIKE. London Suburb in Darkness. 5000 People Idle. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

ELECTRICIANS' STRIKE London Suburb in Darkness 5000 People Idle (Router b Telegiam ) ' ' LONDON' biturda\ ' Iheie wen extiaoidinaii bcene'b'iU Ilfoid last nifeht Daiknebb pievailed In coiibequence ol a stnko of the mum , eipal electric anb owing to uiban coun cils lcjeotion of tho Pages a\ aid Candlolifeht w is lait,el- lesoited lo x The stiilfe oiiQinatod with the black ooitod technical elcctncal stiff lho oie-cincians, uusunen, s weepers, i- and j otheis joined s\mpithelie iil\ The ekctiie ti im seivice has been suhpend ed, and 5000 Taetory people are in .idle ness. , . ,' .:,;r,i?i

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PLEASANT PARADISE. Weir Makes Distinct Change. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

PLEASANT PARADISE. Weir Makes Distinct Change: Paradise has presented .'quite a ;busy: picture during, the* last couple^ot.daysl; On ?'Saturday quite 100 persons! c:were swimming despite the codl^day, ? while, many, willing worlc'ers. ' helped -to; ;' build the! weir, w'iiich; is how, '? almost': 'com pie t-,- ed. '?',' Alreridy 'a i-acev has .been /held; for boys under , 10, .the , dlstancp; being; 50 yards. The winner was: O'Connor/: with AVliitton second, and Matheson third.': The .prizes : were 14/, -5/,' mid' 2/. respec- tively. There was a very.: large ] crowd In the water during-' the ia.fternoon of yesterday. '.Temporary dressing ''Slieds: have been erected.' ? Somo of .the most; energetic workers oh the weir .wqreiT Aldermen Green and Head/ JTeBBrs; ;'Hp W. Wilkins, -W. Palmer, ?H.'H.'/Bns'te'r-' brook. A. Moon,, W. G6dboltl,.'.T.v Wobd!!' McCnnn, 'McCullbch. J. JlJeo/ C^'ll/angien-',1 bei-gei-; A. Tay,]br;v'niid' V.^agfe^^-; ?A meeting of swimriiing^ ejitllusiasts will be ...

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COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Unsettled; Showers; Warmer. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. ?/.?Unsettled; Showers; Warmer. ? : RVnNTTCY. Simdav. The' distribution of atmosphero pres sure is still suggestive of increasing jnbnsoonal activity, the series- of tropical 'dips: oV loops in the isobars being, eyen more pronounced than '. on Friday. . ;The lattor .are more in. evidence pyeiv Queens-, land arid New. South Wales, for ithejin-; fliience of the .depression . is reflected '.'in each 'of the lines of equal' piessuie'-froni Burketown southward , _;to '?? , apout , ''Met, bourne. . ... , - .v-v ;i '';;i;*.'f'.''' Present indicalipus riivoiv a gi'adu;il .t'x tension of the unsettled cqndittpns. at present over- tlie northern distric,tgn,to scattered places elsewhere, - with some, rain and thunder, and warmer teinpe'ra lures. Further .scattered rain, 'with light to moderate oils! to south winds, is also expected in the coastal parts, but chiefly north of Sydney. :

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NORTH QUEENSLAND SUFFERS. Floods Makes Matters Worse. BRISBANE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

NORTH QUEENSLAND SUFFERS, Floods Makes Matters Worse. 1JIUSUAM2 Suna-iJ Jlost. of the North Queensland towns le beginning to teel Oie effects of the bhippmg hold up Most oi them aie bulleimg liom short i?e ot foodstuffs To mike math s wo se the cieeks d i thev ovtrlintl route to Mackay lie hooded and the town is now complelelv sclated' Two CommoMwe ilth steimeis will ea\c foi the Noi th

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GREEK OFFENSIVE. Great Preparations Against Turks. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

GREEK OFFENSIVE Great Preparations Against Turks (Reulei b Telegiam) \ LONDON', Sitmdo Routei s Coubl mtmople conespond onfwiies 'lt~is~unaei!,tood fli.it tlio1 Greek offcnsnc'is developing on a ^ast scile It is expected that the Greeks ue ibout tp occupy Dsckishei, an 1m poitant iCennlist centie and the rail heid foi Vngoi i i );' i' )i Ihe 'N itionalists ue displ u ing great ?ii-miij ana aie benamg^ leinioice mentb thlthei , W]I , It is leportetl that fUustapha Kemal j his gone to the front Meanwhile the opei itions ' '\e cjeated i deep mipies sion in all cncies but the newspipfiis do not offei in- coinment

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PORTUGUESE COUNTESS' DEATH. Verdict of Suicide while Insane. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

PORTUGUESE COUNTESS' DEATH. Verdict of Suicide while Insane. (Router's Telegram). LONDON Situidij ai me inquest on the Portuguese coun tesi tl e witnesses gi\e gi iplno e\idence to the' -effect that the countess vwas a personal friend of ex-Queen Amelie. She had long suffered from neurasthenia, and often (speculated what would happen it she jumped from a window She was vigilantly guarded by a nurse unlil tho day of the. tragedy, when she eluded her guardian,- and proceeded to. the Cathedral. She smilingly purchased a 'ticket, and mounted a lower 281 feet from the ground. Evidently tho coun tess' scaled the parapet and jumped off. She struck a balcony not far from the ground, and was killed instantaneousb A \ ei diet of oUieidc whilst insane i\ is returned.

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