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TAKES POISON BY MISTAKE. Girl's Narrow Escape. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

TAKES POISON BY MISTAKE. | Girl's Narrow Escape. j ; . SYDNEY, Jlonday..' ir At Orange on' Saturday morning, Nina Casper, aged 17, was found lying on the roadway in a semi-com£cioiis state On being taken to' the hospital she Was found to be sufferins from the effects of poison. . '. . ; She subsequently stated -that during the previous night she became ill, and took some permanganate of potash in mistake for ground ginger. She felt no Jil effects. until next morning, when, as 'die was- proceeding along the street, sh--; collapsed. . 'flic girl has now rccovered.___^___

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOT WEATHER TONIC. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

liJ^HOT Leather tojnic: l^^-br'; Wiltiams'-Pink Pijls. ? i ; :4n , ..siimmer, many, people *.ose appe-; .lite,;^and: from this draw conclusions thatr.are: not medically sound. Some sajv-' that jin summer the body .does not ji'emjlre/aoj many meals; but this is ? wrong1.' v- : ' ? ?:j Certairily the body does not require ^o/jnany. elements that create heat, but ,it; does require as many, enerevj- -giving elements, and cannot find these in tho UBirtstantiul meals usually' partaken of ?with the -idea of 'keeping cool.' .Then the common mistake of taking too. many cold 'gassy' and nc\t\ riwnire also sets up trouble. They distend the stomach, dilute the digestive juices and provide no help for making rich blood; exhaustion, lack of appetite and indi gestion; are' bound- to follow. Your stomach needs new blood summer or winter, and the best bethod of renew ing tho blood and stronsthenin,? the stoma-eh and digestion is by taking Dr: Williams1 Pink Pills for Pale Peoplo lhese pills combat t...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHARGE AGAINST A CHEMIST UNLAWFUL SUPPLY ALLEGED. Accused Committed. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

CHARGE AGAINST A CHEMIST! UNLAWFUL SUPPLY ALLEGED. .. Accused Committed. ? _ . SYDNEY, Monday. Michael Dunne, aged 34, a cnemist, appeared at the CentruT Police Court i/ii a charge- of having trfiawfiilly sup-1 plied to Edil.h~McLaughlin a Urug and instrument, he then knowing th^ the! sianib were to be used for aa unlawful pu-iiose. I Detective Surridgo gave evidencci that McLaughlin, who had be'ui handed two; niarked olfe. pound notes, w.is .ic -, ing i under his instructions. Slip wont I U- the chemist's shop of Jones and Co,i in O«6rge Street. Later, she leturned; with a parcel^conl^ining an instrument, pills' and other articles. Witness later aa.w' Dunne, who denied he f-old the, tilings! to McLaughlin, but witnes-s seaijched the tiTl and found the marked money. . Witness told accused to consider him self ?' under arrest, and said to him 'I would like to inform you that two wo men' were found dead, recently, one at MoB'man and one at Kedfern, ani in each instance similar crystal...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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FATAL QUARREL. Alleged Killing of Son. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

FATAL QUARREL. Alleged Killing of Son. SYDNEY, Monday. William Needham, 18, of Wangarie, New Zealand, had an altercation with his father, Thomas Needham. aged G5, and the police state that, the father picked up a broom and knocked down his son, whom he severely belabored. The boy died a few hours later.. ' When the father realised what he had done, he cut his throat with a knife. This was not effective, and he ;. then tried to hang himself. Tho father re- ( cently came out' of hospital. ' | The wound in his neck is not likely toi prove fatal. .'?': ? ; :? t, I

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IMMIGRANTS ARRIVE. Three Hundred Ex-Service Men. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

IMMIGRANTS ARRIVE. Three Hundred Ex-Service Men. SYDNEY. Monday. Three hundred former. military service men were passengers by the steamer Miltiades. which arrived in Sydney this morning. The new arrivals are chiefly Scottish. Though many intend to settle on the land, a good number of V.icvii are mechanics. . Tho ship also brought a. number; --.* young women, none of whom. ^however expressed any desire to go into.domestic .service, against which there appears to be a revolt in England, where: schools are being established to teach iionie du ties, particularly cooking. ' ?' :,' , .'

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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MIXED MARRIAGES. R.C. Bishop's Views. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

MIXED MARRIAGES. ^^ R.C. Bishopjs Views.' ;; ;;'. ; '?:. ..' SYDNEY, Monday. ;; In a sermon at. St. Michael's ? ~tmd St. John's Cathedral yesterday, the Rev. Dr. O'Favrell, Bishop of Bathurst, dealt, 'with the question of mixed marriages.' He said there was a danger of young men of different religions forming friendships that, might quickly ripen in to attachments and marriages. Young people should be very careCul in mak ing an association of that kind. If parr ents could not prevent this calamity the young people would have the conse quences of opposing the church ami their parents on their heads and con sciences.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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THIRD TEST. RUSSELL 135. England in Strong Position. AUSTRALIA'S BAD START. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

THIRD TEST. ' RUSSELl 135. ' J England in Strong Position^ AUSTRALIA'S BAD' START. .; '? ADELAIDE. Monday. Delightful ?' weather prevailed to-day for the continuation of the great strug gle between the cricket giants of Eng land and Australia. There was a ter-. i\fic: thunderstorm during the night, and 'fears were entertained that it might bring along rain, but before morning I lie conditions wore quite normal again. Only a few spots of rain were recorded. When Gregory took up tiie attack the | batsmen were extremely careful, and i were not disposed to take tho slightest j risk. Kelleway sent down two maiden,! overs,, and in the latter one Russell i was nearly out. He mis-judged'the last all of the over, and. in. attempting a leg glance, Hie Bail struck his foot, arid almost hit the wicket. ' WOOLLEY INJURED. Mailey's hand was reported lo be bet ter. Woolley, when batting confidently,' received a misty blow in the small of the back from a ball from Gregory. On resuming Woolley wns n...

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ESCAPED FROM LOCK-UP. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

ESCAPED FROM LOCK-UP. 1 . SYDNEY. Monday. . ?Two men escaped from the lock-up at Narrandera early on Sunday ., morning. One gave himself up a few hours later. The other is still at large. The bars surrounding :t window had boon bent.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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FREEZING WORKS BURNED DOWN. Damage. 100,000. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

FREEZING WORKS BURNED DOWN. \na .,,; D,amage.£!;Q0;000. - SYDNEY, Monday. A fire caused £100.000 worth of dam age at Whangarei,. New Zealand, the freezing works and buildings being de stroyed. They were mostly of wood, and included a slaughter house, freezer, cold store and preserve-, with stocks and machinery. One hundred and twenty men have been rendered idle. The new store was saved.

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KILLED BY MOTOR. Danger to Children in Streets. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

KILLED BY MOTOR. Danger to Children in Streets.. ' SYDNEY.' Monday. At an inquiry concerning the death of Bruce Williams, aged 4, who was knock- 1 ed down ? and killed by. a inotor car at . Mosman, the coroner, . in returning 'a. verdict of accidental death, added that although the facts in this case- showed that the affair was quite accidental, in tho streets of: Sydney and the suburbs. Where children were expected to be play ing about, there was a serious obligation on' drivers to keep a vigilant lookout.- '

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BIG SWINDLE. German Customs Extensively Defrauded LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

BIG SWINDLE German Customs Extensively Defrauded riiiulci s lilefei mi) LONDON. Sunday Keiilns Beilm eoiiebpondent s lys the police line tli«co\iiecl 1 swindle lnvo'lvinsr nnlhoiih of maks A dennan-Airierican .woman nanifd Virginia Moll ptisuatUil hifih Customs officials (bat -linlimited sumK had been l«iccd il hei ciispohil from \111c1Ui ftr the puipcsi ol iclleMiif, disluss in Q^imint Slu wis printed /ppim s slon to* lnipi»-i. -l»ly ''?''' « hundrod vn'-'onft' ol1 rnoi)niulfs. valm-d ut -'i^'tTKl mi'llun 'mtu-Uf. of which thirty hue! :U ^eailj bceu disposed .of. \A CUjrmanjr,

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COCKBURN SHIRE COUNCIL. MACHINE GUN TROPHIES ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

^OCKBURN SHIRE COUNCIL. ? ^ 1 _?__._?_??_. MACHINE GUl\i TROPHIES ARRIVE ?The Coekburn Shire. Council held a m Lfnt, on 1 ndaj list tho President C1- C VV Pukes picbidin^ o\oi 1 tull 0 ! tendance. FINANCE. The Finance Cuinmittce submitted a report, as follows: — Brought forward ?fi'cin' lust sliltpinpnt ? hv. P(!.17/iU!71ll n.cci\ed since ustmepting JCUliro/l 1 '?counts pud £16o4/2/o lotM debit I I met -C 860/1 Estimated collection of revenue to. December 31, £9700; amount actually c lected -C9GT! \ dlseifbion nose in ipspeet td the I ancial position' of the shire. Cr. Mitchell said they Cduld not at tie piesent tune stnke ui mere ised 'riitei nor borrow moiiey. The increase :i » wi alone this \eu would foe ?C1000 The Pic dent Jheie is notnin0 pro II !rni^ foi the next twehe months Cr MitchcU Ijium^ list -\c\i Hip ro (1 slipped buk 30 pel cent md it 3rpms likclj th it elm in,? this veil the\ wi'l slip inothei JO pei cent J he Tin inee Committees lpport was icce icd and jdopte 1 CORR...

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CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. (COPYRIGHT) CHAPTER XXII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

? ? '' ' '~'~~a~~~~»~~-|--_--W-~»-^-W--___«M___| CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. ? w ??' ? ? By ANNIE HAYNE8. Author of. 'Lady Carevy'g Secret,' 'Clce ly Vibirl a Love,'' FooipUnts ot Fate, etc , etc (COPYRIGHT) CHAP1DR XXII - (Conimucd) i Shfe hid no icIpi how lout, fahe had bee'n'lyin^ theie when hei unronbciou1) nesb hid shown M£,nfe oC_gi-ins way 'Doctor I\etchei hid aunffiistcicd J. oompoBJD^ dnubht ind shp l»nd lain through tho lonR hourb of tho night watched o\ei h\ the young Lndj We Intyie ind h/ 1\\ 1 cictstei l\y hal not been ible to stiy vilh hei iltoge thei1. for Lord A'rbiithnot c'duld only be Kept quiet w hen s,he bit beside 1 mi holding h b hind ind l-fll ing to him in soothing, accents ot liis Northern bom? Even when she was there ho would try ipltitully at times to tnlk, when she left -hirii his excitement was as great as e\ei It had been a relief to her when Jhlli '.ct-rit Jfclntyre arrived on the scene and ' virtually took command of the silim tion, though Chnrmlan's partialit...

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

VISIT OP GEORGE LAU 0(4 LEE, Xoiiliew' of did into Dr. George On l,ee,; roriiHMly of Wynward Square, Sydney, CHINESE SPECIALIST, OnJ- Address °'l Bouike Street, Suiry Hills Sydney (No relation to any other Chinese Herbalist.) Rheumatism, Appendicitis,. .Nerves, \bthmn, Cincer iny giowth inwardly, CUionic Sores 1 its Caturih, Goitre Sugar .Diabetes, IDiir and Nose Ab scesses . MR GEOIK i: LAU ON LPC Will be visiting' Arnlidalo on Wednos du Tinmiy 2G,l()2l and mi- be con stilted nt Hie Impon il Hotel Madam CAGNES SYLVIA WILSON, j^Jj Herbalist and Masseuse, New State Treatment Rooms, Peel-stieet, Tamworth. Is «\ Specialist in the. Diseases of the Human System, MALE AND FEMALE. A!ADA.'M'.WlIiSUN can prove success where, otliors fall. Testimonials Irpm gratefiU p£.tient8 prove her ' maryeilous ?\billfy. Her groat experiences in many oth»r countnes have been the means of restoring Ljudred.. of pronounced hope less cases. Dont delay': Don't waste time arid' money any longer No more expense...

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

1 r ? ?»% * Economy savs : '''IV'l^W , t 'Pay enough for tea , f ir^i^, ,J- to x get the most' cups 1 '„ l to the pound.' ' '*?** ''' ^-£''w\^,7 Luxury says: -. , , « ^ wfsA^i 'Pay enough to get ^ ;, ? v *-1»-4Y ^ the real tea-flavor.' ) ' Economy and Luxury ^ } ' -ts i ,Volhl say : Get Bushells ^ [ , ' K ^ i ( Tea ; it may cost a * ? penny or so more by * ;n,'.^ tlie pound—but is many 'J *?#? ' t pennies cheaper by the v ' if ?4r4*l^^__^^^'^ '*''_'?? - H BRUNtONl ^TcOMPi^ir II - - -HLt.ERS^ — -- fl _ CUNNEDAH 'It ? ; ? AiU-'iit By4n«/--nd M-lfc-mr»ni — * l^^^^^^^^B— _ _ — — _ttfiBi*3^^~M'*'*'|~*~'~*'~~~'''~~~'''M*~~~'~~~~*~™ BRICKS I BRICKS! BRICKS! , ? i CONTRACTORS AND 1H« BUILDING , PUBLIC. Tfc» undersigned jp prepared to supply ron' with1 hny quantity ot | F1RSIT CLASS BRICKS & GARDEN ^ TILES. I* JOHN CANNON. f i Brick and tilj_ works, * _ WEST TAMWORTH. 1 ?' ' M ^ ? ) ? j_j-==s^ |^ ? '** — — -—ss*&*^ 1 IK yuuTTave beert scotch in« lor sqijje way of t getting be...

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

CASUAL COLUMN; Advertisement* accompanied by cuh lor r-hla column are Inserted at tho rato of two inen fort/ (minimum two' llnoa. about »^ words per line), each succeeding line or part thereof, ed. An additional charg* ot 3d l» made for booking.^ ? ^~ POSITIONS V*CANJ^._ Aahley, via Moree. ? , ? ' ITAnYeD.— Smart respectable Boy tp go oil errands mid eenerally userul. AV. k Sexty. Tamworth.____ ? _. ? ... Cv'TNT15D'.-— 'General.- no laundry, very light duties, middle-aged woman not objected to Apply, Mrs; Victor Cohen, 'Eden.' Hill Street, Tamwortli. VV-VNTED.— A Straw Stack, Builder and four men to work at thrashing machine. A.: C... ?Warner._Gunnedah Road. -' .-. WANT13D.— Share-farmer with plant, -for wheat growing. Apply, 'ir.Hi,' 'Leader1- Ofiice, Tamworth-^__.^__. ;. ..'.:?: -rS-.i ??:?.:. WANTED. ? A Companionable Help. .Apply., Mrs. J. Jv Henry, Armidale. ,,,.. :,.';-J, -...- \VANTED.— Good general smith with option of; taking over . business. ' jVpply:;vW.; 'Cooper, sen., -...

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FRENCH MINISTRY. PORTFOLIOS NOT YET ALLOTTED. Policy of Moderation. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

FRENCH MINISTRY. I PORTFOLIOS NOT YET ALLOTTED.^ ' ! Policy of Moderation. me\ '. '' (Reuter's .Telegram). ..' m : M ;??. ???? :?-. ?'??iJONDON, Sunday. |S{ Keuter's Paris correspoiKlent. says *. t| Brand's ' Cabinet., is' practically cont-B plRtcbut as all the portfolios have noi | been definitely allotted, the consutj- B tion of the Ministry will not be WU lished in the official gazette until Jan* | aiy JS! It 'appears l.-Iieref-oro that t«« B Inter-Allied Conference, fixed for Jantt- n dry 19. wil have to be postponed. ,| While some Paris 'correspondents J™ | apprehensive that the advent of to8 | Briand Ministry may mean .a harden- ? ing of .the French attitude towaros | Germany and a (livorgenco between »« | French and British viewpoints! «» ? 'Matin' declares that M. Briand brs approved of the policy of M. MlUe.an nnd Loygues with Regard to repa» tion, namely prpuniont with the A'1-- espeeiallv with Britain., with *he cW' of definitely seouriiiK a m?-'flcd *^ maud, rather than ...

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Passing of the Big Battleship. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

Passing of the Big Battleship. - The' recommendation- of the British committee of naval experts that .no more, money be spent in building super dreadnoughts is , the most revolution ary happening of tho last two hundred years, for it marks tho arrival of the era of common-sense among the Powers of tho world. If Britain and the United States abandon the policy of' big'-ship building—now three times as costjy.'as beforo the war—it will mean the saving of hundreds of mil linns a year in arma ments, and the devotion of this hither to wasted wealth in productive ctmn nels. . bf course, there' will still re.-, main tho : necessity for.. some weapons of offence, but apparently submarines and aircraft, which are inestimably cheaper than battleships, are the weap ons of the future,.Nand-it is probuhle that in the end the aircraf! will be' the only surviving means of offence. When we reach this stage the world may con .ciudo1 that it can do without any de structive weapons, and depend entirel...

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

THE FAIR STARTS ON I FRIDAY |i , ' , || Not a few articles priced low as '-bait' but! the whole, stock of I Drapery,: clothing, Boots; and Floor Coverings, comes to : you at II sharp cut-rate prices. . : ??'i,'^| ill f p! There will also be some Special 'Fairings' in the Ironmongery and )i| Grocery Departments. ^« I CHARLES REGAN LIMITED, | f PEACE OF TKABE, ; | 'I '; r ~* * MAKE A NOTE OF THIS! GUS REGAN'S SPECIALITY HOUSE , GREAT CLEARANCE SALE \ j, /? COMMENCES FRIDAY NEXT, JANUARY 21st. v SWEEPING REDUCf IONS ON PLAIN FIGURE , PRICES;- V Remember we hold only Two Sales Yearly, at the end of each Season. Hence our Stock is always Clean, Fresh and New. . t , . Extra Special Reductions af This Great Clearance. , _ «. ('. Gus. Regan's Millinery and Specialty House TAMWORTH. Thibault's Limited advertise; to-day, a few of the; my genuine bargains offering in all departments Navy and Butcher Prints, Spot and Floral Designs, 30 inches wide. .... Special value, at . I/I I. i . , ., '?.:'...

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Strike "Victories." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 18 January 1921

y Strike 'Victories' TJtie railway strike in' Western Aus tralia: has been settled, and both sides claim to fcavo gained a victory. This is. quite satisfactory in one .way, indi cating .as it docs that both parties to the''dispute are satisfied and contented ; but, at the sanio tame, it is hard to see how the public has anything to rejoice | over in a victory which has hung up production, disorganised inails, andi claused endless inconvenience to the, travelling public. It is all very .well to talk about a victory, but no striko ever ends in a victory for anyone, and least of all for the workers. It does not require any great . penetratjion to realise that anything which reduces the nation's production must react against the prosperity of the individual. _ Direct action was never a good wea pon, but1 at one time it was the only weapon available to the workers, and. good or bad, it had to be used-for want] of ~ii ,-better one. In those days the worker had to fight with whatever wea p...

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