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Sharpe-Nay. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

Sharpe — Nay. On Tuesday, of last week, St. Paul's   Church of England, Warialda, was the scene of the wedding of Sydney Henry Searle Sharpe, second son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Sharpe of 'Sapphire,' Inverell, with Dorothy Hazel Nay, eldest daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. John Nay of 'Bulgara,' Warialda railway. The Rev. F.G. Hughes performed the ceremony,   while Mr. Russell Stewart presided at the organ. The church was beautifully de corated by the young lady friends of the bride. The bride was tastefully attired in crepe de chene and georgette trimmed with exquisitely designed lace tipped with silver beads and pearls. She wore a veil with circles of orange blossoms and carried a bouquet of marguerites, hya cinths, roses and asparagus fern with tulle streamers. She also wore, an artis- tically designed amethyst pendant, the gift of the bridegroom. The bride was attended by two bridesmaids, Messrs. Ivy and Gladys Nay, her sisters. The former were a handso...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 17 January 1921

PROPERTY SALES. Beynon, Waugh and Doplin, inveVeli ana Grayesend, repon having soul, the un^erineritioned properties.; Tiiese . sale's Lofeoiuer wnu'bur last repy.i '? iosui's .nalces a grand toUl of di 185,000 worth ol.' land sold by us. ';';?' ' ?Tills speaks well for thVlrivereHdis trict ana tends' to sliovr that buyers are satisfied with the irivestniunts offering in mvereu aim surrounutng aisliicts. it would be interesting' to' know ht-w many other. ..districts', in Now Somh Wales can' show such .evidence of cJi fidence of. values. .;. . . '.-, ?,.'.., ?Account of C. J.'McFarland. his 'Hy- bla'. property, ;i?alla:niatlawa, ., coinprit ins,5018 iicres',' together with plant and furniture. '; Tlios.. Rigby, uf HuJshani,'1 Victoria, .,wiia'tho,purbhaser.' ? Account' of ' Mi-. Toui'le his 'Mascotte' property, 3230 acres; Settlpmeiit' Lease at,, Texas, to Mr. Jas. Shields, -late oi Manilla,' ??and formerly1 of -iyictdria ' - Accdunt of ?. Mr.' F'! W. D. Thompson, his 'Myee' property...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Russian Decree. ANOTHER SOVIET HORROR. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

Latest Russian, Decree, ANOTHER SOVIET HORROR. ?j '--'(Published iu-'The Times.') '.': !: ''?:''.)}!'?? '::vv':! ;;, ; LONDON, Monto Tho;' National i ; paper 'Tidence,' de- \ clares Ihat'the -Russian Soviet Govai- j nientihas 'decreed the authorising of iV \ o'rticide' hy-the public, hospitals by lie ; State1 ''Physicians,' becauso 'the' economic t con'sequeiices of capitalism make sous J parents too poor to bring uji large faml- | lies.'!!.-. ??..:?:_? I

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Wool Sales Withdrawals. DEPUTATION TO PROTEST. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

Wool Sales Withdrawals, DEPUTATION TO PROTEST. ';' .(Published in 'The Tinics.'| [ ....... ?„!.. ...... ... -^ojjrJOKjfonajy; : !'!,T':ie Times' Bradford correspondent wires : The worsted industry is handi capped by the hoarding policy and in creasing . unemployment. The Federa tion is -sending a deputation t- thn ?Pool Realisation Association on January 19 to protest against its continuance, and withdrawal of 80 per cent of tio Government wool at last week's Baits because the Government price was net reached. -

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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THE LATEST Dublin Barricaded. RAIDS ON POLICE BARRACKS. Prince of Wales. May Open Ulster Parliament. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

THElAlSr1 Dublin Barricaded. RAIDS ON POLICE BARRACKS/ I Prince of Wales. 1 ~~~ I May Open Ulster Parliament. 1 ..,.?. (United Service.) I ? . . LONDON, Monday. 1 utner parts oi Ireland beaidea Cork § passed a turbulent week-end. A conBid' I orable portion of Dublin was isolated on I Sunday by the, military authorities The § streets wero extensively barricaded, and I occupied by troops, armored cars, ' and II tanks. There was niuch speculation and II widespread alarm as to tho meaning of II tho new move. |j ' Many attacks on country police bar- 1 jacks were reported. The worst was at I Limerick,' ? where several hours' fierce I lighting resulted in the raiders belli'-' K beaten off. Some wero wounded. & f- The Cork riots eoinmencnd through % the Black and Tans and Orangemen m 1 rndiqg tiie stl-eets beairag banners in. I scribed: 'To hell with Sinn Fein Ooil 1 .save the King.' The city is in a panic I and widespread reprisals are fear- I ed. g It has been announced Uita the P...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Women Jurors. PROBLEMS OF PROCEDURE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

Women Jurors, ,..'; PROBLEMS OF PROCEDURE. (Published in 'The Times.') LONDON, Mondav. 1 Threo women jurors in a murder trial I at Aylosbury, who had been already \ lock«l up four nights, pleaded to be \ {illowed to go home on Saturday night, t The judge refused, and locked them up S for the weekend. Otherwise they vero i treated' wtih ' unusual consideration, the I judge adjourning the court for afternoon i ten. ? | He insisted, however, that Counsel | should disregard sex when dealing with I matters of sexuality. He said that jus- \ tice would fail in its duty if it allowed % delicacy to interfere because there wero H women jurors. . . \

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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REMANDED ON STEALING CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

REMANDED ON 'STEALING; CHARGE'. ' Cyril Matthew Thompson; Was^brpught up at. Taim worth Polk'e Court yester tlay on a charge of hav-iiig brolceh' and entered the shop 'of Maurice Cooksl^y, at Tamworth, iirid'' stolen therefrom 48-' vards of serge, 45^ yards of gaberdine,; arid 6% yards of tweed .mixture, of the v.alue of £114, on Octd'ber 11 last. Mr. R. J.' O'Hailorari'a'ppearecl for the' de fendant. Th'o case Was remanded until: . January 24;: . ' ???'?'.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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ASSAULT AND ROBBERY. Three Serious Week-end Cases. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

ASSAULT AND ROBBERY. ; Three Serious Week-end Cases. ;;vf ''?',' '?;?;'. . '': ' SYDNEY, Monday. ?) ?Three peases or assault and robbery1 -ycrcs reported during the Week end., : The. most serious -occurred, at Narem burn. North. Sydney, whern Hobert John ston was approached by two men late on Satm-day- night while proceeding, to his home, and so roughly mauled that ;ho fell to the footpatli unconscious, wiiere ho. was found lator by the polite, who conveyed him to hospital. Wiieii the victim regained his senses he stated that] ho had discovered that his assailants i had robbed him of £187 in notes, which1 he. was : carrying in the breast ' pocket of his coat. ? . '. -In the second ease Walter. Beetham, a. resident of Waverley, was accosted by two men! One' pounded him severely :;b'n the ja.w, while the ? other grabbed his gold chain and sovereign case.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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HAGGIS SUPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

HAGGIS SUPPER. '?v-,':;;'j,:^.'/'^; Tlie Cale.clbnian Society of 'Tafrnwoljth' ; '? ' and District1 will hold- 'its? rtiiKUai'''B\irns' ?'?'?'. night and Haggis Supper on! 'Tuesday ??. night, .January 25. The Highlan.d. ;Gajih^, .. ering will take place on the p'vaj tho : next day. This is usually one, of thp most successful func'tibris' 'of the' y6art ' and it is expected that this y'ear will1 bo no exception to the rule. ' , ' -

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Cool to Moderate; Easterly Winds. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Cool to Motiei-ate; Easterly Winds. : SYDNEY, Monday. , iJiiring me past 48 houivs the tropical iufluences have been maiutuined in vari ous parts of Queeui-laud and New South Wales. Indeed, except for a slight oust ing of tiie hlsh Hiid northward nioT'eniein of the depression in Queensland, no ma terial alteration. has occurred in the pres sure distribution. . . Speaking, generally, .the centre of the high is now situated oyer tho Southern' Ocean ???Just off the w.ost const of Tasmania, a position .which is regarded 'as being favorable to ihc occurrence or southerly winds, with showers along our coast, and part..-; of the Uiblolands, including (he N.E. corner. There is also a probability of some thun der, for the twin of the 'col' (or urea of relatively low pressure between two adjacent highs) lies between Victoria and tho Tasman Sea, just, off the New South Wales coast, where there ' is a small 30.2 inch isobar. Cool to moderate temperatures should be expe...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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CRUSHED FINGERS AND FOOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

CRUSHED FINGERS. 'A'l(l'b1|'_FOl6Tf.;'; '''''' Joseph. Carlyon was admitted: to;. tho,^:-.,-t ramwortii . District, Hpspjta.1 yesterday^ r ,,{ iv'itli tvyb fingers' arid a foot crushed. The .'? injuries' had.beeiv caused' through1 being ; :*:( -un' over by a waggon.' : ' '!?! T^'.-.j ivK.i.ii.;.

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PROHIBITION ISSUE. "SEETHING WITH DISCONTENT." Attitude of Alliance. "Unparalleled Flippancy." SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

: PkOHMTION ISSUE;! ^'SEETHING WITH DISCONTENT.^; Attitude of Alliance.. ?: .';./: N ' -.; 'Unparalleled Flippancy.' ?''.',[:?, I ';P' ''?'.. ' :; .'?'? -?.;? SYDNEY, 'rMoiiaay'.-';' ,'At ru. -special meeting of the State joiuneil ' of. the.' New -South AValea: Alli m'ce a resolution .was ^unanimously ; car -ied witli much feeling. The \mceting,: iaid the; Actfng Secretary, was; seeth hg with discontent, net merely -at being lonied the opporltniily cf voting en tiie n'ohibition issue,- but, at -tho PrevftierJs. j lippancy and casual disregard of 'the j existing act ? of ???Parliament.' whi'?)f was inparalleled in the history of the C'om: i nonwealth. , ?/? CTho resolution was that the recent unconstitutional-' action of the Govern nent in refusing to carry -out' tho law, nid so -depriving the people of New South- Wales ' of 'the right to. express :hemselves ;upon the liquor question, merited 'their unqualified disapproval ind indignation ? ' ? '

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INDECENT LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

l!; i;:v^!|NDECENT UANGUAG.E. ; . V ?- -.,.:.?' For, usinij iridecerit iaiigiiage ;iri P.cp\- ? , street, Taniworth',' on Jariuiai'y' 5 lasit, ? '' H'ranc'is Andrew MeSh'ahe vvaH-llli'ed' SO/,' rt'itli 8/ costs, in default 14 days'' hiird1 .. ;abor.; ,.-; ..^.j^M':.':

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SENSATIONAL FLIGHT. Engine Stops 3000 Feet Up. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

SENSATIONAL FLIGHT:- ;S Engine Stops 3000 Feet Up: ;. .'.'?'' ADELAIDE, Monday.' uaptain uut.ior. tno aviaior, nau a sensational experience on Saturday. He was flying with two passengers when the engine stopped 3000 feet up. Captain ftutler had -rre-.t difficulty in setting' a landing. -The machine, flew tor -five 'iiii1es without tho engine work ing, 'and then collided with a fence. Nobody was injured.

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TAMWORTH NEWS. MOTOR CAR BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

' TAMWO '.';) ; MOTOR; CAR BURNT. .! '^A^ifaptorw car, driven: !?y .:'Mt!..'F;-.iMpvv.-'i Namara .was'' des.troyecV, by /flre;.pii iS.un»V; .-. iiay :iriorriinK,'. about, four' .miles frpm Ta^ofttf-^tKp'DurrKoUd/,; ''''. -'^ .!^'-'

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

: ? BOWLING: '.INVEREbli. — The Inverell bowlllig Ereen,. witlr- its well-kept swa*d of coticli and the neat and pleasing ap perirances of the surroundings, is un doubtedly -the beauty spot of..' the town. Thed isplay of 'blooms in the several spots adjoining the-.iji'oen appeals to all lovers of flowers., 'Eveii during' the drought, the rinks, thanks to the com mittee's foresight in securing the neces sary appliances to ensure a plentiful sappiy 01 water, presented a . verdant appearance; iii fact the green and sur rcuridirigs were akin to an oasis in the desert. Aid. O'Conno.r, at the last meeting of the Municipal Council re ferred to the creen- us Cue most charm ing spot in Inverell. AVitliin the last few months it has been transformed in to a rairyland. As the members of the club wore not 111011 of leisure the up keep 0'.!' the green was certainly a heavy strain on them. Tho public ann visitors w.p.n- at. all (imps welcome, and lie thought tho council' should doviso soriio small...

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ON THE MAKURA. Esmonde Bored, But Cheerful. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

i ON THE MAKURA. i Esjiiohtle Bored, But Cheerful B . SYDNEY Monddj H In 'fcply to an inquiiv as to how he ?j*pd Hfe op b0ll(I tl)e Mtikuia Mr ?psmondb said: Oh1 just bored but ?Mrjii. \vhiit ' B

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Mr. Edward A. Tighe, Bukkulla. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

;^'Mr. Edward,, A. figlie, Bukkulla. ..INVBRBLL.— The death' occurred, at Buk'ktilla. of Mr. 'Edward A1. Tig'lie; bnc; pf the district's p'io'neers. : lie', vvas' 7/i years of nge, a native of the Patersbii, and' came to- Bukkulla 41 'years ago, lip ing one of the earliest settlers on tlie Lower Mclntyre. He. chose fo'i- his. home a very rich angle on the river about four mile's from tlie Bukkulla vii lage',' and drove' his first cattle ' and horses over', from Dunsrotr. iVnm wliloh lie bred his. line milkers. He carried on mixed farming very successfully up to the last- few years, lamb raisins and wool growing being; his principal pur suits. He 'was a good judge of stock. Always a willing helper when assist ance was needed, he and his wife never failed to. render any aid; they pdsfJlbly could. Ho took a great interest in the welfaro of the village, and all patriotic movements. Two of his sons made the supremo sacrifice in the great war, bno at' Lone Pine (iGallippii) and the other ...

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LATEST NEWS OF THE NORTH [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

?ATEST NEWS OF THE NORTH I INVEUlilX.^rim cdhtllliOH' oT ?j;'0I?u Sharp, who was severely in B;^-3 a r.esult of mi' adbiaeht at tlib ?o( jay bl'Idee- stows' a' sllgthf i'mprbv'e

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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NORTHERN OBITUARIES. MR. WILLIAM THOM WEST TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

NORTHERN OBIliRIES. MR. WILLIAKI THOH. WEST TAMt ? ? ????; ';': ^WORTH/ ??' ' ?',.?-;?$ ,'';'' ' . '' ' ' ..'?'-'. ' '??.' 't 1 With llic pafising away of Mr. Willi'Aiv!' Thorii, pr Denisbn-strfSel, West Tam ??worth,1 the district, has lost biife of its''' best-known identities. Tho: deceaseVl 'was born in Aberdeen, Scotland, 'on' December 10? 1S31. Wlieri; about. : 2p' '???fiars of age he emigrated tp Australia: ;In 1857 ho came to the 1*am\yorth dis ?trict, and worked for some , times' for -. Mr. Johri. Gill at- Moonbi station. ' Ai couple of years later ho put 111 a three- j 'acre patch of lucerne, which is sup-( posed to be the first grown in the dis trict. In 18G0 Mr. Gilt decided- to run 1 mail coach to and from Murrurundi, and he decided that William. TJliom was., tho right man to drive it. It is said that when the late Mr. Thorn wa^s- asked, to mako the first; trip' to Mumiiiiridi lie! said he did. not. know the road. He was accordingly escorted over, the river and slibvyh t...

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