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SAUCE FACTORY ON FIRE. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

, .SAUCE FACTORY ONFIREi | . MELBOURNE, Monday. L(-g,;o b tomato- sauce - factory was found to be on lire early this morning. For. a lime the whole ilock was in dan a'ci ind 100 firemen turned out. Hie fictoiy, a three-storey building, was bullv damaged.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE MARKETS. Sussex Street. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

? ? . ? ? ' -?'???*- -' ,^- ? ? - - --?? -- 1 Sis^ex Street; -r; ?.':???'? SYDNEY, Mdiufay.^ '?? Business wafe milch briskor in Sussex Street, to-day. ' : ' . ' ? ' There wen; about. 10,000 bags' of po tatoes available froni Tasmania, 'while fair supplies' arrived- from the Clarence Iliver, two boats being in, resulting in comparatively large cargoes.? As a ve-. siilt of a delayed arrival.. :Tasmanians. roinntned firm fit £11, but Clarence riiver were iEl1 weahfer. The holders, aske'd ?£7 for choice, but. medium were avail: :;bla at lower rates.. , . ':'' '? Maize was oDtainaoio 111' liiucii largi-r quantities than for the past' month, over, 8000 bags being on the inai-koi. As re cent high prices had'- been'' the' result' at] abnormally -small supplies, '.and taking- in to consideration the fact that new sea sons; 'grain will be- available in a few weeks'; the marltPt weakened, and il was hard to find buyers for yellow grain j at 8/. I It is expected that the first of thej new seaso...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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IRELAND. Deferred Execution. COURTMARTIAL'S JURISDICTION CHALLENGED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

IRELAND. ? . ? ,o» ?Deferred Execution. COURTMARTIAL'S JURISDICTION ; CHALLENGED. ? (Published in 'The Times.') /.--v . ,-?--? LONDON, Sunday. A. sombre ; drama was enacted in the Court of -King's Bench,' in Dublin en Saturday' morning, when four judges were: sitting to specially consider an ap plication of Habeas Corpus on bohalf cf a civilian, Joseph Murphy, on the ground that the courtmarlial shut out important eviclonee. Murphy had been condemned to execution in Cork gaol on Monday morning for participation in an ambush. Mr. Lipsett, for the Crown, asked for an adjournment. Mr. Justice Gibson: The unfortunate man must remain in the land of 'the liv inc in thn meii.'nliini-. Mr.. Lipsett gave a formal undertaking :o postpone the execution. Mr. Justice Gibson .said the court hud better follow the Wolfe Tone precedent. Mr. Lipsett said the prisoner was tried xs a soldier on active service. The Chief Justice: Does the Crown tleny tho Court's jurisdiction? There is jiower in this Cou...

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MAITLAND MARKETS. WEST MAITLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

MAITLAND' MARKETS, ? WEST .MAITLAND, Mondily.-. ine supply ot cattle at uampboll's Hill .yards' was large; comprising bu'l peks,' steers, cows, heifers, and calves. : riie number was in excess of 'require- in'ohts, Which caused the maikdt. 'to' ?h'cjw a fall of from' 30/ to 45/. Quotations: Prime bullocks S.X1 'o *'I,9. goq'd1 £14 to £1.6/UJ; medium £11 to .£13/10. steers £7 to £10/10, prime tows' £10/10 to' £13, gdod: £S to. £10, medium £5 to £7/10, inferior £3 to £4. ???:? .???:-. . ? . . . ? . . r Sales': II. Cameron, Ifcullocks .£13/11 to £19/1; T.F. and J! Grills, .;C1'176 to £17/18/6. ' The vsheep supply was the .largest penned- for sbine- time, and' ? consisted; chiefly of- good' to prime quality- weth- ers, evves and lambs. The! number' proved more than sufficient -for require ments;- and competition eased off' con-, siderably, causing prices' to' slibw a de clihb of from 2/6 to -4/ on last day's rates. ..?:?? ? . ? Quotations: Prime and weighty weth-.; ers 30/ to 33/1, prim...

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RIOTING IN CORK. Customs Officer Killed. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

RIOTING IN CORK. ?, Customs Officer Killed. (Router's Telegram). ?? v LiONUUN,. Sunday. There was serious rioting in Cork last evening following . nn attack on ' two policemen1 coining from a football match. Both of them were wounded. Armed police in motor lorries proceed ed to clear the streets. Firing continued during the afternoon, and night. There' was a number of' casualties, including a Customs Officer,! shot dead, and U\o women and four civilians wounded.

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HOMEBUSH MARKETS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

HOMEBUSH MARKETS. '?-. '. ;SYDNi3Y, Mbrida;y: untie yarded: 24S0. The market was dull at last day's rates. ; Bfasjt beef 55/ second 45/, inferior' 40/ buttocks £8 to £22, cows £5 to £17. , Sheep: 25,0'0'0' ?wore? penned. ? Tne market was a little lower. Laiubs ^vvere mialterec]. . Weth'eis'' 15/ to 32/, ? evves 15/ td 28/. ' Iambs ? 15/ to 30/ ? '., . Farmers and Grazier's Co-operative Co., bid.,' report: Sheep and cattlo were much lower to-day. . '. , Winch combe Carson,' Ltd., repciit'r-r-f 25,000 sheep were, offered. The. markoi' was Very irregular and generally, lower/ Cattle yarded numbered 2460. 'Prime drafts made late rates,' but others were weaker. '? . ' We sold' crossbred suckers from E. K. librd f-cjuirindn ti) 21/4; crossbred suckers, 'XV.. Sciiib'field (Quirihdi) to 2C/10; crossbred wc'tihers, W. Anderson .(Bosgabri). to '26/1, . suckers Daniel and Buoknell (Moree) to 2G/7. crossbred 'was, j. islncksunitH (Bibilboiiie) «° :25/4, and bullocks to £18/t, cows ar.fl .heifer...

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CHALLENGE AND ANNIVERSARY. Order of Merit. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

CHALLENGE AND; ANNIVERSARY. Order of Merit. SYiDN-EY, Monday. rriDespite the st iteiuent that ? Glenacre \\ ill nol ~be in tho -field for the Chal lenge Stakes on Saturday next there aio still to bo found' backers willing to take the risk ind support him: Glen^ acre ?vvab Uie only candidate asked for ilhis '.'afternoon. ' He has again' shorten' ed jn the quotes Bright Nigjht has gardened as 1 result of his Saturday's success at jiooi eiiold. Following ?? are 'Use leading positions: ? . CHALLENGE STAKES. ? Glenacre. ? ? Blight Night G iltee. Maid, Mallgilla, Wiiiplte Reuly \yc Ready. '' ..... Cuiiavveen bweet . liosalec n. ? . Eib; Bdttlowiack ? : ...: -.??'?? 'Walton.1 Cool Stimulants. : ?:-:.;?-? ; Mvaimlev Volpi Julia- Grey. ?' -.-' ; ANNIVDHSARY ? H ANDICJA;?. \t; --,;.- Tinm irk White Pliaiit.' ; '' ' ' '?''' Ventrola Vanco .Golden Bronze, riuency Itaievvcilk. .;?.. . .-,:,; .:? . ??? All Aboaid r'^-''r-'./-T-^r,:.'-,:^- IRomani : :.'c-. . '''t'/H: ?'.:/.£ [ ',?: .?!_'-';. . ?? ...

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NORTH COAST AWAKENING. Enthusiastic' Meeting on the Tweed River. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

NORTH COAST AWAKENING. Enthusiastic Meeting' oh' the tweed Riven Despite wet v either and counter- at U actions n ciowd of about 100 pcoplt i!S3embled in tho Imperial Hall, Murvvil lumbah to he 11 111 address by J_-r. Page, ftbillR., on tlie New State movement. Tho gdtheiino ineliuled practically every nieniber of. the district municipal and shire .councils, leading professional aiid commeiciil men ind. many 'prominent farmers . . i The meeting was one of the biggest of 1 its kind ever held in Murwillurabah. ' There his ne 11 boon one in which the opinion-s ol Hip speaker were more in1 icco'rd with those, of the people, listen-' ing This pi iinlj shows that the con-! action is bolidly held by a large section' of tho community that the salvation of] Northern New South Wales, along witiil most othpi niril districts- of Australia,' Ob in subdivision of the present ur wieldv Stites into smaller areas. Di1. Pago, spoke for an hour and a riuarter, and did not once lose the atten^ lion of ...

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INTERSTATE CRICKET. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

INTERSTAFE CRICKET. SYDNEY, Monday. match against Victoria, commencing in Sydney ? to-morrow week: Collins, Mai ley, Andrews, Macartney, Oldfleld, . Kel leway, Bardsloy, Hondrey, Gregory, Tay lor, Forssberg. I Tho' twelfth man has not yol been chosen. ? .

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SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

' SCRATCHiN6§; '/i !- SYDNEY;/ tMohday. .. Latest sei itchmgs are:— ,.; AJC Chillengp Stakes,: ;Tressady Quepn M 11 cinelle Gilray Keriilis Black stltch Eail L-id-de-ll, Wea AVea, Malt Ciag Anniveisuv Handicap: Old;, Gold. 'All engagements: King's Word, Kit chen Singer Weltei ll-andicip: Venti'ota, Fib. ?Nursery Handicap: Poycrat. Tuil Stakes \dihinil Flippant, We hn Flying Htnndk-ap; 'Mountain' Lioii.

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JOCKEY'S DEATH. Thrown on Remington Course. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

JOCKEY'S DEATH. Thrown on Flemington Course. M'eCBO'URNE. Monday. A. Martinez met with a serious in jury on the Flemington racecourse this morning. Ho was ridini; Stage Mana ger, and. accompanied by Irish llufus and Citnlulier ,set. out to juiiip a flight clr hurdles. A I. the Fiwond obtiitacle Stag Mansiger fell on tho take-off side of Iho huwl!'\ ' ' . ' I ' Martinez wa» thrown w'th .great ( force against1 the obstrcle and Btistair-, ed a fractured 'skull' and laooration cf i the brain. Hi; was removed io Hfel-j bouvne Hospital, whore ho died- shortly ' after admission. ' ? ? ? ? i 'MnvUnesi- won V:'. Y.R Q. Cmv' .tin.: l.lona.1 Unwllr. i' 1015 on '-JM-Uifariiuin. ??? I * ?'? ' '? ' ? ^

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CRACKING THE WHIP. A.L.P. Executive Scornful. CONTEMPT FOR POLITICIANS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

CRACKING THE WHIP. ??? ? ' ? j& A.L.P. Executive Scornful. CONTEraPT FOR POLITICIANS. SYDNEY, Monday. A member of tlio A.L.P. Executive re marked to-day: 'After to-morrow the big whip, of the Executive will be put' iway in k glass-case within view of all politicians. 'It will not,' it was added, 'be again necessary to use it, at least not for a long time. A word from Father, and a thumb jerk in the direction of the glass case, -.will be sufficient.' Another member of the Executive re. n.vu'k§(I: '''Members of Parliament,' so far -is regards re-assembling, will obey, the wished 6fn1h'e Hsccuti-?*!,* aAU w'lien Iho- whip is being cracked they wllFnot ivait.to feel its sting.'

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NO NEW DEVELOPMENTS. Contradictory Stories. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

NO NEW DEVELOPMENTS. Contradictory Stories. '';'-' SYDNEY, Monday! JJeyond much tan: there were., no de velopments to-day in the State political crisis. The next move will be made at % meeting of the Parliamentary 'Labor Party, to-morrow! ' What wili be the re sult of the meeting is hard lo conjec ture. Both sides profess confidence that they have the number to secure a majority. '?. . ' The Premier met' some of his Minis. , terial colleagues during the morning, and talked over the position; and it is asserted by -some that they are dotor mined to resist A.L.P. domination by op^ posing the decision of the executive at the party meeting. - It is also known that Air. storey Be lieves the majority of the party will support him. A straight cut denial was given to day, to the previously published state ment to the effect that ten mem'oers of the Parliamentary Labor Party had met at the Town Hall on Saturday, and af ter .hearing an address by the Lord Mayor, had formed a committee to forc...

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REFUSAL TO PAY ACCOUNT. Defendant Sent to Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

-REFUSALTO PAY ACCOUNT. Defendant Sent to Gaol. Michael Ryan was proceeded: against in': .tlie Tamworth -Police ?;GSinirt''.yester-1 day 'for refusing to pay to James Butler, the: licensee of the Commercial Hole', Tain worth';'- a reasonable sum for meals and accommodation received, to the value of £5/17/€. .- ? Defendant denied that he; owed the amount claimed. ; -; ? '..The P.M. explained that by refusing ip pay a reasonable sum for-: the accom modation he had received(. -defendant had rendered himself liable under the. Vagrancy, clauses of the Liquor Act. His. Worship had no option but to com ?init him to prison. He sentenced de fendant to hard iabor in Tamworth Gail for one month. :

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UNFIT FOR USE. Canned Pineapples to be Destroyed. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

1,;'; UNFIT FOR USE. 1 Canned Pineapples to be Destroyed. ' Jaiiies Sanders, Health Inspector to the Tamworth Municipal Council, pro ceeded against Colmore Williams in the Tamworth Police Court yesterday to ?show cause why 50 cases, of canned .pineapples, which were Seized oh' 'his premises on January 10 last, should not tie ?'destroyed as being unfit for use. ..f.-.'Defendant consented to an order be ing made for the destruction of the fruit. ?' :. . ''?;? .... * Mr: Sanders' -said Mr. - Wiiliams was quite willing', to. have the fruit destroy ed.j-.vbut 'as It was* consigned from Queensland;, and- was-;: rather ? a._. large ;quariut});'.ti:e---. Inspector thougjit-it was better}- toPbring:; the matter before the courtg.^S'tor.i;'!)^.^'-;.-, ;,.;??- '„? ;? -iSVJ':^^1' was*; made that; the- pack* agd^J-ahd ^contents- be 'forfeited and d'e- ' stroyed.1^ /'?Defendant ' was further order ;edjto'rpay 5Acosts. ' '' ' ? -?

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STEWARDS' STRIKE. EARLY COLLAPSE EXPECTED. Big Losses. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

STEWARDS' STRIKE. ? EARLY COLLAPSE EXPECTED. '.'?;;?;. - Big Losses, '.'.'?. j ?'.;??,??. SYDNlsy, Monday. A Melbourne message states that on1 I he waterfront 'tori days is now set as the'exti'eme limit of the stewards'. strike,: the men's week end overtures Maying been met with an uncompromising repl- by the ' owners that there inust be a resumption first. : . ?'. ?-..?' The' loss to tramways and railways through iho stoppage 6f tuafllc is stated to be :£ 6000 each Sunday. The number of New Zealandcrs stran ded in Sydney through the strike is.be rng gradually reduced. It is 'believed by those who arc endeavoring, to -. ai- range foi; .passages for. their return Unit the worst part, of the Work^yill be over, by Friday next. . . .

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LOCAL INDUSTRIES. Growth During Last Four Years. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

LOCAL INDUSTRIES. - Growth During Last Four Yearis.'^ „„ „ SYDNEY, MondHV- I me urst issue of the annual review ot Australian manufacturers has just been published. . 3 st _ It states that the importance or new nidus rial developments is clear* £ ?ealed ,n the /act that during the last four years the issue of capital, has W . New industries, £59,392,970;. exist 'US industries, £2,323,508 ! i,^1!. {'^stments: New industries, BS^784 existing industries, £2Sr lhe number of articles at present b^ mm'moo Ifu-tmof in ^.straiifffwtalS-: 1 * - *-:.-?'? ??''?, »?.'- : i.

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MOTHERHOOD ENDOWMENT. Statement by Mr. Storey. FINANCE PROBLEM. State Lottery to be Started. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

MOTHERHOOD-' ENDOWMENT.! ;????? . -~ ? -^- — — — I ; ? Statemtoy Mr. Storey, ;; Kr. PI NAPJCE' PROBLEM. ^ ?£':£' ; State Lottery to be Started. SYDNEY, JMohday. TJie Premier, this afternoon, in reply to. the .A.L.P. Executive's challenge, de feniled the Government's intention tlut Parliament should be in recess for six months.-, ....,.--. ? : . ' , ' ' ? Ho' declared' thiil iho time was neces sary for. the preparation,. of, a mother hood endowment scheme, to be su;i ported -by a State lottery. 'The asser tion has been frequently made,' said | the Premier, 'that the Government has -ten dilatory with! regard to the intro duction of motherhood endowment. This is quite incorrect. Almost im .mediately upon the 'Government's as suming ofllce, ii committee was ap pointed' by' the Alinlster for Health and Motherhood - Po Investigate the propos ajs. - This committee referred the mat ter to a smaller sub-committee consist-, ing of the luiniKier,. Mr. Beeby, Mr. Smith (Government Statistician)...

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WEDDING. Halliday—Bourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

WEDDING. Halliday— Bourne. ' ' The' Methodist Cliurch,' Tamwort.h, was the scene, of a. very pretty .wedd ing urn Wednesday, January 5. when the Rev. T. Manning Taylor, B.A., cele brated the marriage or Nellie Maitland rjeuirrie, only daughter of the Mayer ?ind Mayoress, Aid; and Mrs: W. A. Bourne: of 'Wynola,' Raglan Street, Tamworth, and Christopher Halliday, youngest son of Mr. .and Mrs. J. Halli day, of neemve. The cjiurcu was (le t-orated by the friends of the bride, in cluding Mesda.mes A. Hombisch. and A. E. Francis, and .the ceremony waa per rprmed beneath a largo wedding hell on either side of which were suspend ed the initials of f.h'e brldo and bride ??jcixttm. As the bride entered the o'huroh on tho aura of her fa'her, the choir and congregation sang the nuptial '?ymn 'The Voice That. Breatihed o'or B«len.' The bridal gotvn wan -of hand some brocaded crepe-de-chone and geor ?Ptt.e which had been specially brought from Canton as a wedding gift. A ve.'l of silk embroidered...

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ENGLISH VIEW OF J. M. GREGORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

ENGLISH VIEW OF J M. GREGORY H. J.' Henie; in London DUlj Mail gives -a pen po tint of T M Gio^oi} tho ciack all-round Australian Eleven man: ?? ? Tall, broad-shouldered, big*oned; J. JI Gieton lias been the all-round suc cess of the New South Wales side, as mnn% mticipated who saw him bat and bowl on Knglish grounds for the Im peiiai Toicos team. There are Austra liani who no so far as to describe him is the best all-rounder since M. A. Noule tli tn which greater pmise could lnndlj be given. But Gregory is a. dif feient tvpp altosetiier from Noble, who approached cricket' from an intellectual angle and brought his nimble wits to boar upon every- ;poinl of the game. But it ins bowling tun be described as of the beef and brawn order, ho cer tainly' does not belong to the bi;ef and biiwn onier of batsmen. Nature (ie ?ilgned him for si hitter, and when he cares ho can hit wlih' exceptional power. Uut he is mi slogger, as very fast bowl cis ot Ins build so often are. He has Judgment' an...

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