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IMPERIAL COMMERCE. New Banking Scheme Suggested. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

IMPERIAL COMMERCE. New Banking Scheme Suggested. (Reuter'ss Telearam). LONDON, Saturday. .;. The creation of a chain o£ Imperial banks on the linen, of the United States Federal bank system, and the adoption of a' silver fixed ratio to gold for inter national payments, are the principal re medies iri the scheme given prominence, bv the limnpial Times is moio hkeh to iectif- the collapsed Iouirii exclnn fees than u\\ othei nitionil letion It is claimed that this would bo esp- cnllv be nefiei il to tlio Lmpne makinj, an impasse like that of South Africa a fe.w months ago impossible, and It would ease tho situation created by , Ihe ihutual refusal of Britain and Australia to allow the export of gold.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. German Defence. DANGER OF BRITISH AGGRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

GENERAL CABLE NEWS. r German Defence. ; DANGER $FARRiTISH AGGRESSION: ? (Router's Telegram). ;V.v; „ LONDON, Saturday. . ,? lleuter's Berlin cdrrcspondent says ?that Herr Cesslnr, Minister for Defence, deciin-ed that- Germany had now fulfilled all the conditions of the Treaty as re gards the reduction of the army', which consisted of only 86,000 men and 4000 jofficers. ; | Ji's. the result of the surrender of ton nage as compensation for tlie Scapa I Flow sinkings Germany had actually I fewer ships than the Treaty allowed, and her flying arm no longer existed. Referring to the reported massing of Polish troops on Die border of Upper Silesia, the Minister - said there .were 140,000 regular troops, and 50,000 irregu lars. The situation was serious, as the troops allowed Germany wore censequi ently insufficient. i '?-

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"DIGGERS'" WAR PICTURE FOR TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

'DIGGERS'' WAR PICTURE FOR . TAMWORTHi- ; Taanworth is to be favored witlu an opportunity of seeing . the. exhibition of 'Diggers' ' war pictures now . at Too woomba, where the' local press devotes' much space ,.to enthusiastic com ment. These pictures, .which' make a very big ..show,.; were visited Tjy large numbers of people in Sydney, where uie press was also very favorable. The exhibition will be in Tamworth about February 17, in- charge- of Lieutenant M. V. Crowe, and_ the Oddfellows' -Hah has been engaged for a ? week's v show. The exhibition is really loo large for this hall, but a larger building was not available. -The pictures deal with every phase of the war, and give a connected story of Australia's partici pation. They' include many enlarged colored photographs taken by the sol diers, and the whole collection is known as the' 'uncens.oraT war pictures of the Australian army.' A charge of one shilling will be made for adimission; but from. all. accounts this is very smal...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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DISTURBANCE IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

DISTURBANCE IN LONDON. (Reuter's! Telegram.) ? ...':'???? LONDON, Saturday. 'A number of armed' men, stated to bo I Sinn Feint is; created a disturbance 'at | Wandsworth at. .oiib o'clock this' morn ing. Several shots were fired. There was one arrest. ., . . ? . ,

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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IRELAND. Week's List of Outrages. MANY KILLED AND WOUNDED. Raids on Rate Collectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

IRELAND, - Week's list of Outrages. ?* MANY KILLED AND WOUriDED. Raids on Rate Collectors. ;,.:: (Iteutbr.'s. Telegram.) ,.??'..;,. ?:-'?? ??'?'..? LONDON, Saturday; ' TJie. ollic.a: review.^ of the week ended lariu'aryvlO says there, were 89 outrages in Ireland, a.. slight increase over^. the iiravibua week;.--' .??'?.- ? ?.:...?.$-?. '-% Tho^ chief : ..feature was the lijffiifeer of' raids upon r--i.e. collectors' ofllcesfVfrom (vhlclr^£ 8962 'were 'stolen. '''' rThere were twelve attaclcs upon the Crown forces, of whom two 'were killed iitid 20 wounded. 'The 'Internment orders now total 120S. ?Mr. MeGraui, who was shot by four wnunl men at his residence in Dublin, is [lead.

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NEW FRENCH CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

NEW FRENCH CABINET. (iReuler's , Telegram'.) LONDON. Saturday.. Rputei's Pans coi respondent wires: M RupuI Ppjet lms agrood to fonr a Cabinet. -

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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STEWARDS' STRIKE. FAILURE TO OBTAIN CONFERENCE Two Courses Left. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

STEWARDS' STRIKE. FAILURE TO OBTAIN CONFERENCE ~'~ ' Two Courses Left ' SYDNET Sund o A Melbourne mess ige slates that it 13 uudeistood Unit m the foimal mtei \ie\\ tliat took pi ice jesteiday between union offi ials and slipowneis with le gard to the position it is picbible 111 it the offlcnls aio endeuo ing to ascei t un »the po1' ibihlj of the shipowneifa isieejnE to i coiUeience in the evoi t of I lie men agieeing to lesume v\oik In view of the lejecticn of the pro posdl ot Mi Hufclies fo i loundtible couleicnce it is iealii-pd lit the onh (ourses left to the nun .ue to letuin to woik l mined itelj and have i con leience ifteiwuds oi to p clong the ?struggle indefinitely.

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

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Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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SETTLED. WESTRALIAN RAILWAY STRIKE. Who Won? PERTH, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

SHTHED. -; WESTRALIAN RAILJ/VAY STRIKE Wf.o Won? PLUTH. SiIiikIj\ Tie eil\ foi the mo-»t pm w it, at olad binilcs to tin Uveivbod\ ^as- pleased tint tho su iko na over, ,u thouBh feeliufes ,aie mixed iej,uding the teims i bigt section, believing tint the Government s-i\o w-xj more tn in it should hue t Ihe Pienuoi s official innounc-jnont thit the Locomotho meniTc. lodio just it- the point wheie'they weie be 03 e they 'went on stuko and that in iutuie it is hoped no bod\ of men win hang up the mdusUies of the tmte, his nroiibed a stouu of indign ition in unien cicles ~\li McCillum secictii}. or the Dis putes, ConiiniLtee st ited — « Nothing is fuithei fiom tho tiuth and 'Mi -\Iit ehell knows it 11 i 1 id b^i tel that I we hud obt unod a complete victoiy on tvery point at issue i would simply !n-e been staUni, the tacts but I tin not do this bee lUfae it is ou ciineit \\\°l\ tint theie should be no riowini, I md lint even thing should we k smoothlj It will be admitted that oui ougina...

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

PRIVATE LIQUOR STORES. 1 ?;- ??'Right of Transportation.^ ?.?? '??-?i il Joy Among the Wets. : ' ' ;::-- .';:--r.'.-. ?-= ' ' ' ? . . ' : ' 'I (Published. Toy,' Arrangement.) i ???.-TIie-declBiiDn of the Uniftfd. States. Su- pr'ome Court that private '. stores' of li quors legally-' acquired before. Prchibi-' tioii came into force may ? be taken from warehouses to the owner's piaee of residence means that many thou-' sands of gallons ?which liave remained sealed in the store rooms may now be transported without, interference. ? Private lock'ers in ? acluV- may also be. replenished. The antiProhibition isi.s are rejoicing oiver their first . im jiortiint. victory since the drv law be came effective, and the Government en forcement agents admit that it will be' far more difficult from now on to de £ec't. illegal transportation and selling-of liquor. - ? .?.-???? '.-''. :: ' ' ? Revenue officials are making valiant attempts to enforce the Prohibition. Liny,' but. says the London 'Daily...

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

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CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XX.-Continued). CHAPTER XXI [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. : By ANNIE.. HAYNE8. - Author of 'Lady Carew's Secret,' 'Cice \ . ly Vibart's Love,' 'Footprints oi Pate,' etc., .etc. ; . (COPYRIGHT).. CHAPTER XX.— (Continued). . CHAPfTOR.- XVI ?: '?'Now, young man, will you sit ? tlow anil tell me all about It.',. Gerald Lnicer. ter did not look- .particularly dolighto at the , command. Ho was standing win his back ot the fireplace in the break fast room which had so lately been thr scene of Hainlsh McTavish's tragic avow al. Opposite hitn in a capacious ana chair sat the Dowager Lady Mclntyre her chestnut wig on . one side as usual ,her bonnet glistening with bugles. I' was obvious that she was in great, troub le ; ner hands were shaking, and teaT. the slow pathetic tears t-f old age, were standing in her eyes. ? ? 'All about it is rather a large order Lady Mclntyre,' Leicester said slowly. 'You know I presume, that the police arrested Lady McTavish for Major Er rington's murder, and that Sir . Hamis! then gave himself up on ...

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BRITISH DEBT. Rise and Fall Since 1875. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

BRITISH DEBT. Rise and Fall Since. 1875. ! (Renter's Telegram.) ' ....,i.. LOKiDON, Saturday. A White Paper gives particulars, of thn national debt yearly since -1876, when it was £7BG,00(),000. It declined to !C62S,0&0,000 in' 1900, and rose to £770,000,000 in 1004. It decsoascd in 1905, continuing tho decrease :il- .rhor njionins or the war in 101-1. ? Thu Jljj-,'.iro.s for 1021 is J.'7,Sai,0Dlt,OO0.

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CABLES TO ENGLISH JAJERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

CABLES TO ENGLISH JAJERS. (United Service.) . -LONDON, Saturday. Wilson cabled to tlie 'Express' say ing the bowling was good and the field m, bmart. The misses of Collins wore iwo sad blunders. Collins saved his sido, but it was disappointing for us. Vnrwlnv . ?'. In \\\v. 'TIsiHv NpvWK.' acaill to J the tale or the missed catehes. Kliodts 'got' -right -'unflpr his after run nin' 1- yards, then dropped it. The en toll llendren dropped was not i^nv']- line: list. Collins' luck seemed in credible.

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MAILEY AGAIN INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

MAILEY AGAIN INJURED. ADELAIDE, Sunday. ? iMaiiey split a finger on his. right hand ill attempting to take a hot chance from Woolley, and a few minutes before time ho retired, Park' lidding as .substitute.

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JUNTA RULE. A.L.P. AND MR. STORY. Premier Surprised at Demands. WILL NOT BACK DOWN. SYDNEY, sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

JUNTA RULE.. AX.K AND MR. ST(iY. Premier Surprised at Demands. Mill . :' ???'- T'-.V ? ' '-'??'??' - '? \ WILL NOT BACK DOWN. '; ?;' ?-? ';i::AsYDNEY,-'sundayVi ' rue.7 A.Lr.i'.r. executive -lias issued a straightout cliafllensc ' to tho ^Premier. ; At its /nieetln'i'jo'n Friday, with ;oiily one vote .against, iC- carried the following motion:—: ):.,-?' :';';. '?-.'/ v That tliis'rhecting of the execu- j /live, after' hearing Mr; Storey, still' ; ' adheres to its tormer decisions, and rcinlsWrs ils inflexible deter mination in insisting inai rarua ment be reasoemnled not later than March, to giye effect to' .Labor's policy. . , ., ? , ?? , ? | iFOrther, ? that necissary appoint ments be , 'made to the Legislative Council immediately, so as to se cure 'the : 'passage'- of' .Labor 'mea- sures sent lip from the Assembly. ? When, ?the ' Prcmier/.^yas^.shown tlio -lecision ofvthe A.L.P. executive, he 'was very surprised. He said that' he had heard 'nothing official from the .execu tive, ...

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TASMANIAN TOUR ABANDONED. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

TASMANIAN TOUR ABANDONED. ADELAIDE, Sunday. . It is officially announced that thp'Eiig-' lishmon's proposed 'Tasmanian tour has' hfon iibantionpd. ? . r

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

Such of the Cabla News on this Page so headed has appeared In 'The Times,' and is cabled to Australia b- special permission. It should he under stood that the opinions are not thost if 'The Times' unless expressly stat- ; -d. to to im. ..'.',!

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MR. LAMBERT'S VIEW. No Real Difference Exists. Friction Exaggerated. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

MR LAMBERT'S VIEW No Real Difference Exists. ? t . Friction Exaggerated. . , ? - , ' . SYDNEY. Sunday. The Lord Mayor, Aid. Lambert, as President of the A.L.P.,, gave his view of the political situation. .. He ;,isaid: 'With -refererice to tie statement made in the capitalistic' press during :the ' past .lew days inrega,rd'to a meeting' of- the Executive of the, A.L.P. .and the. Pre mier of the .State' itvmay.be said cthat a mountain'', has' ,bceh made, ..but .of ;a mole- hill.:,;;;v,';::;'v';.i/v;i:^-'V;^' -v^'- '.-,',- . 'As a matto'f- of fact'tiierb'is.'no seri ous estrangement;;: , ; betweeu,V,Uie. Execu tive of the- '.''parly! ami '/-.the1 VParliamen-J ta:-y Labor, parlyi .Matters of .policy o'f| course ' wci-e'certainly. disdussed. .Mun-\' members of 'our iiiQ.vement,. both, inside Parliament.' aiid ftmpng , tiie .irank arid lile'luive different opinions as to wluul should , be' dene in ' the , present, circum stances, but the solidarity of the party! is always presented to .'...

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

Madam SAGNES SYLVIA WILSON. y Herbalist and Masseuse, New State Treatment Rooms, Peel-street, Tamworth. la ? Specialist in the Diseases of th« Human System, . -MALE AND FEMALE. MADAM WILSON can prove Buccess where others fail. Testimonials from grateful patients prove her marvellous iibilit'?. Her great experiences in many cither countries have been the means of restoring hundreds of pronounced hope less cases. ' Dont delay1. Don't ,waste_ time and money any longer No more' expense of Sydney. Madam Wilson's Treatment Rooms lave every appointment necessary for the treating of all diseases, and patients :ome to her from all parts. This is sufficient evidence of her ability. Rheumatism, Chronic, Inflamatory and Muscular-, Sciatla, Lumbago, Excema, md All Skin Troubles, Pits, Nervo Trou ble, All Lung and Chest Troubles, Cata rab, Piles, Cancer, Ear. and - 'Throat rrouble, Diabetes and . -Paralysis, Make your appointment to-day. ;Phonts ?9S. ' . YHLL VISIT. ARJIIDALE.— Saturday, ? Januar...

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