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MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
MARKET REPORTS. Farmers and Graziers' Co-operative Grain, Insurance and Agency Co., Lt.l., Sydney, report under date,. Januaiy J'. Sheep: Market t-asior. espcchil'v for lirav.- ewes and wethers, but. '.ittM »l if-raiimi fm- nrimo lambs and hPEBet?.. Big supplies ol cattle icsulted in eas ing values. After a month's spell, producii sales renewed, Tallow was. low ei -Cl to £7 pel Ion. Hides: Demand spiritless. Sheep skin market worse. Iiabbit r.kins: Demand slack, vulu'os weaker. Fur skins: Supplies small, price.', i en crally steady, but opossums decidedly wp.'ikor.
Men Stand Firm. SEAMEN SOLIDLY BEHIND THEM. Will Resist Non-Union Labor. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
Men Stand Firm. SEAMEN SOLIDLY BEHIND THEM: Will Resist I\3on-Union Labor! S\D\i \ 1 ie dii ; Mr.^Dillon, the Sjduej secietuv o£ the Australian bre ims up Ownpib Fed oration, said tntip w is ibsolutelv no thing doing; in legud to the scltleinent of the stewar Is still p iul the lesump tion of .the shipping services. as fur as the stew nds no concern ed,' said Mr. Kbsworlh, sceiotaiy of the New South Waits biint.li ot the union this morning, tlieic is no ign ot weik ness, and the men up just is detetmln ed as ever not to lesume until i con ference is gran cd An omcial oi (he Sc irien s Unlorf said Uie union hid not foiw udod^ficsh Diaims to the sh ponncis md so lar had no intention oi -foin^ so lie added that the existing igieoment would not expire until the end oi 1 lie ycai Replying to the published statement that ' union officHls te-ued miei Stito shipowners n: ?ht shoitli m iKp i iiw\n toyman tlio ; hips indepe dent o the members of rhe \lui-o ^II nds Union, ;. union 1l iOcis to ...
NORTH AND NORTH-WESTERN SHOWS. Fixtures for 1921. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
NORTH AND NORTH-WESTERN r SHOWS. Fixtures for 1921. . Gu'yfa' 'P.Ai and -H. . Association, P. N. Stevenson, ? secretary, February 1G, 17; im^y-;:-: :?:.-?'??- . 'inverell, February 22, 23, 24. ? ?? :Ro'b'.e'r.ta6n A. arid H. -Association, E. S.('!AIarfin;' seel et-iry, Fob- uary -22r 28. Southern New EngU'iid P. and 'A. As sociation (Uralla), H. W. 'Vincent, sec retary,1 ,Febi uary 22, 23, 24 Newcastle A., H. and I. Association, 15. J. Dann, secretary, February 23 to-26';! Tamworth P '.ind A. Association, F. G. Callaghan, secietaiy, M.uch I. 2, 3. Tenterfield P, A. and jr. Society, E! W. Whereat, secretary, ^Iaich 1, 2, 3. Hunter River A. and H. Assocition (West .Maitland), E. H. Fountain, secre tary,. 'March 3, 4, o ' 'Gleri Iriiips- P- and A. Society, Gco. A. Priest, secretary. Mdich b 9 lfll Ai-midale. and Now Engl md P, A and H.;::;Asbpci.it.ion, A U Mc^ithui, secretary,.' 'Slarcji. 15 -to IS .Upper:; Hunter ' P ind A Association, il.'..cr;.Sawli-iris^'secietarj 'Much 10 17 ' 'N...
New Development. SEAMEN BROUGHT IN. Shipowners Demand Guaraniee. (MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
New Development. SEAMEN BROUGHT IN Shippwneis Demand Guaiaihee AirijHOUR\n Tuescla\ I .There was in nnpoitant rde\elopment I in ?connection \ lth the m uitime po i | tioii to-day. \d\ ces Jn\e been recelv I od. to .the elect that Uip shipouneii. have written to Uip heidqimteis ot tin I Federated ;Se imcn s Union in fa--lne\ asking for a cli tun underttluii^ or ur derstanding in legiid lo Uip job con ii-oi poacy wji ten Jiib Ucen pi ictibPd bv tlio' union since, the 19J0 sinko It is understood th u the ^nipottneis, ask fci some guarantee. in regard to the future actions and lit n inds bj se unen on other vessel!* This changes the \\ ioIi \enuo of tlie strike. O.'bviouslj the seaintn luve b( come ah impoi I mt f ic oi in lho dispute and the stew n (is lioublc. is of second ary imporlaiiLe | The nejW developmeit -w ill hup i most important heuin^ on the negoti i i tions wJiich. 'h n c been m piosies-s 101 a seitlenient ol tlie Uevi-udsi lioublt Even if the stew udb could eliect i settl...
LONDON WOOL SALES. Angry Buyers Protest. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
LONDON WOOL SALES -Angry Buyers Protest ', : - .'..???.. cvnMTiiv. .Tnpsiinv ,v Xhe .Co-Operative AVool ind Pioduce Co., itJtd.,' r6'ceiyed i pnvite ciblo from London, which staled that the Govern irient wool sales ueio the saem is on Wednesday. Only twenty per cent ol the offerings were sold, the reserve being apparently unchanged. ~A num ber of angry buyers left the room, pro testing. Many, lit as anticipated, will not return 'on'' Monday 'unless 'tho Gov ernment policy is altered. Several Germans were '' ; present and joug-ht sparingly.
STEWARDS' STRIKE. RUMORED BREAKAWAY. Funds Getting Low. MEN DISAPPOINTED WITH EVENTS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
STEWARD? STRIKE RUMORED BREAKAWAY. / . Funds Getting Low. MEN DISAPPOINTED WITH EVENTS. .:=?:.?. j &YDM3Y. ihesdav -?v MeJbourm nesi ige st-uesj tint m spite of tho pioCosped solid uittf ot the stewards in th it city theie is no blink in^ the fact tint tre men Tie disip* pointed that, veb uc'iv s meeting filled ' lo bring a settlement nenoj To-day theio wis i repoit that i breakaway in S dne- was imminent This added, to tLo depression of thosii controlling 1'ne slnlc who ire noft greatly concerned lho ludes II Ul linance in nono too buoyant, and hinds cannot last long if the trouble continues. ' Any developments that may occur are expected to. lie at the Sydney end. Some of tho .men in Melbourne are I complaining Hi it Uip\ v,ih lndl- id I vised by iholi leidci nd lUtluu tint ' I the strike, was in si il (
Murray—Smith. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
Murray— Smith. A quiet wedding was celebrated at St.. Andrews' Presbyterian Chinch, Tain-] worth, on Monday, January 3rd, the par-. lip:- being Kllio Frances, oldest daughter of Mrs. Thin). Smith, of 'Wnf.Uebrook,' Watson's Crook, and Jack llo.s.s (lati* A.I.F.) , voungest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Murray, of 'Sylverstein.' Mooubi. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Ivo Smith, was prettily at tired in a dainty gown ot white crepe tle-chenc with lloral trimmings, and wore the customary wreath and veil, and also carried tho usual bouquet.. Tho bride's gift to the bridegroom . was a pair of gold sleeve links. The bride wore a handsome necklet, with chain attached? set with pearls and aquamarines which1 was the btidegroom's gift. Miss Alice McGill. friend of the bride and Miss' Avie Murray, sister of the bridegroom,! acted as bridesmaids and wore gold circle brooches sot with pearls as the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. Geo. Mcll veen. (late A.I.F.) friend of the bride groom...
Elmsly—Whiteman. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
El.mslyf— Whiterrian. ; St:. Mark's' Church, Stannum, was' the :c,ene of a *yery pretty wedding en De 2,ember' 15, when Marion Alberta, eldest daughter, of. Mr. and Mrs. A. VHiiteiKan, nf .S'tarinum,' was married to Mr. Her. ber't' StlVClair Elinsly (late of tlio A.I.F.) son of ,llrsl' Elmsly of New Zealand. The ceremonV ' was performed by the l?.vv '.F.'. Wilde, of Ennnaville. Mrs.1 iVilde presided' at the organ. The Jhurch ,, was 'beautifully decorated by lie' friends of the bride. A pretty wed ling. bell '(Ayhich wSs made byj\lrs. ,S. ^ffljnf's) . w.i)s suspended over thebri: lai'.'p'air.'1'The .bride, who was ; given iwJiy' by .. her father, ware a beautiful vqry 'silJc cro'ie-dechene frock embroi-' Jeredr w'ith'silk and beads. She .-ilspj .yore a wreath and veil (the veil hav-i ng been [lent by Mrs. H. Young of Wei/ iingtpn )arid carried a pretty bouquet 3f ! flannel flowers and ferns and wore i.circle brooch set with gems_ bpth being presents from the bridegroom. Jijiss ' Bery...
The Arrogance of the A.L.P. Junta. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
The Arrogance of the AJJ\ ; Junta. ?'?'; 'Whether Mr. Storey does 'Mi is; duty as 'he' conceives it or not the indepen dent elector 'will1 strongly resen t- the arrogant attitude of r gwup of irres ponsible men at the Trades Hall. In spite of the efforts of the Erenfier and the A.L.P. leaders to minimise the re cent s 'carpeting' of the State's politi cal head at the Trades Hall,, the fnol; speaks louder than any words. Mr. ;-.,S.torey looks to bo on a wild-goose chase to London, but he considers it his duty to go there to discuss flnan cial matters on the spot with people - who i are nowadays shy: of Labor-ruled ^Australian ? States. As Premier lie is gfjillyr entitled to go, and it is not within the constitutional province of any outride political organisation to stand in his way to suit their own parly ends. i £vXEe.'.A.L.P. leaders are snid to 'believe that Parliament '. should resume silting ' in,' March in order to deal with many ™ViftnJroversial innttei's held over from last ...
SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
-^SPECIAL FORECAST. For the Northern Tablelands and North and North-Western SlopeB; sup plied to 'The Northern Daily Leader' * -'? by. the State Meteorologist, from the latest figures available each afternoon. ?-.- l Art- isolated thunder shower or two ?~ ?» still likely, but otherwise fine, warm, and '' ' -Air?, with East to North-east winds.' THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. ??: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1921'.
ANTICIPATIONS BY "POITREL." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
ANTICIPATIONS BY 'POITREL.' The following may run well:— FLy[%%l^%T Six w*** LILY ROSE FRENCH COLORS. TRIALSTHRAENA-,!lCfAM S!X FUr'°'aS- VOLARIMA / ' SAD WEST SUMMER HANDICAP, 1 m. 1 'furlong. , ' EUMAEUS '' ' MOUNT CELLO 1-' ??-. ' MENA SANDS SECOND' WELTER, Seven Furlongs. ' WARRAL f ' ' ' KING'S COURT. * WOORINYAN. ' , ?' , , ', ' . MOONB1 HANDICAP', 5 furlongs.' -, ' HOLLACRE ' ' ' THE MOUSKY. . . . , ?' . ' 1 POWSATAN. ? . , FINAL HANDICAP, Seven Furlongs. TIMBER. , ' 1 P.TEROMYS ?AYRDOWN.
SENATOR MILLEN. Returns to Australia Shortly. RESIGNING FROM SENATE. To Contest Representative Seat. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
SENATOR MILLEN. Returns to Australia Shortly. . RESIGNING FROM SENATE. To Contest Representative Seqt. ninitcd Sorvifip.1 LONDON.' Monday. Tiiat .^linen is nicely 10 Hasten nis; return to Australia in order to lake over Ihe Ac.tlns-Pi'emiership while . Mr,. linghe.s 'h absent is indicated by. the Senator's admission that ho may r,e-, turn through the Suez Canal, abandon ing his projected inquiries m America. Senator MiKen acknowledges that tho' diflibultics ot the Piemipfship would 'So almo',i nisupeiaule wlnle a Senator. It is therefore presumed that he will re sign lo ligl't the Parr.imatta sea't a:, soon as Sir Joseph Coolt vacates it. Another sign of an i-.uly assumption of the Governmental reins was 'afforded to-day, when Senator Millen, conferring with liio Agents-Goneral, expressed the. hope that they wouid be in a posir tlon to hand over immigration, matteis' on Feburary 1. The Agents-General In some instances intimated that they must -seek more explicit instructions from, t...
D. B. O'CONNOR COMPANY. Charming Comic Opera. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
D. B. O'CONNOR COMPANY. Charming Comic Opera. A crowded house greeted Uie D. B. O'Connor Comic Opera Company at tho Theatre Royal, Tamwoith, last evening, for the opening of a three-night '-season. Tlie company presented the breezy niu sical comedy, 'Tho Girl for the. -Boy,' which will be repeated to-night. To morrow night the company will stage 'Gipsy Love.' * The dialogue or 'The Girl Tor tho Boy' wa« .distinctly humorous and there were many amusing situations. Mr. D. B. O'Connor was in his best form, and retained his position lia favorite among tho male rbles: As Harr-y Kilmartln, an urtist, he made many attempts , to. assist iiis friend George Darling. iu tintps of trouble and' unknowingly made' matters worse. Many of the amusing situations arose out of his bunsliy;. Miss- Ida L.eggatt as 'Jacqueline ' CJirolas' was In excellent voice, and as an actress was more charming than ever. All her vocal numbers were encored, and ''among- st tho favorites were the 'duet-' with Mr. O'Conn...
STATEMENT BY. MR. HUGHES. Loan Report Denied. Australia's Unfunded Debt to Britain. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
STATEMENT BY, MR. HUGHES. Loan Report Denied. Australia's Unfunded Debt to Britain. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. .Senator Millen, Minister l'or Repatria tion, '-. ljavins finished his work, in jcon nection with the. representation oC 'Aus tralia at the- Geneva Conference of: the League of Nations, is in London; deal ing with problems of immigration' and flnnnco as they affect the Common wealth. - ' He. ?will leave England within ithe next Cow. weeks, and is expected to .arrive in' Australia before Mr. Hughes deparU far London to attend the. Conference of Dominions' Prime Ministers. ' When questioned to-day, Mr. HugJiPS denied that Senator Millen's financial negotiations ?had anything.- to do'Wlth' the' suggestion that had appeared in a section of the press that the' Common- wealth Government intendetl to attempt to float a- loan of £10,000,000 in Great. Britain, 'but,' added Mr. Hughes,: sig nificantly, 'tho Commonweali'i Govern ment has an unfunded dobt to the Brit ish Exchequer or some £38...
NAVAL MANOEUVRES. Biggest Concentration Since War. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
NAVAL MANOEUVRES. Biggest Concentration Since War. (Reuter's Telegram LONDON, Monday JMi;;tne .ngnung squadrons 01. ine .'al- a'nLlc, fleet sailed to-day from Portland 'or'Si)anish 'Waters. The cruise is to ast'lor two or three months. ? !.rThis. 1s the biggest Meet assembled ilVcp'''the'wa'r; The participating ships ? are;'the Queen Eli7'abeth (flagship ot Admiral Sir Charles Madden),' firsthand jtveond , battle squadron, battle ? cruiser iquadron (.consisting, of the Hood,1 Re- , pu'ise,- Tiger, and live light cruisers), first, second and fourth destroyer, fio illa's, and first aiul second subma'rine . tlotillas.
DEATH FROM POISON. "I Have Taken it.. Good Bye." SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
DEATH r ROrA POISON. 'I Have Taken it.. -Good Bye.'' SYDNEY. Tuesday. Hugh Manna, 26, plumber, of .no fixed abode, was admitted to' the 'Sydney Hospital, unconscious, and suffering from the effects of. poison. Be died in a, few minutes. , It appears that Manna beckoned, to a woman with whom he had 'been' living, but she -took no- notice' oEMiis' signal. Hanna, then, ?; took a. bottle., containing some ^ dark 1 liquid and a tumbler trom his pocket, halt-filled' Hie ^lass,' and then drank it. lie staggered do-wn the street: to '-.where 'the' woman was. stand ing, and handed her his watch and chain, saying: .'I. have,- taken it.. Good bye.' With 'that he Tell unconscious into the 'gutter. The' police 'say that during the last twelve 1 months .deceased,, who was a re turned soldier, made repeated attempts .uppn his life.. Some months ago ho sent a. letter to his mother stating: 'This will b'o a 'last: long ^.ood-hye.'
TRAINING GALLOPS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
TRAINING GALLOPS. SYDNE5Y. Tnesda'J ' At-Randwick : this . morning ' Galtnfa Maid went ft furlongs in IGVi. '- '' 'D'ewdrop ran G in 1.21. ??' 'Tlie favorite for ctho Chalengo Stak eB^'Glenncro,1 was ' responsible' for1, tho b'e'st'5 furlongs of the morning, getting uvci ,i.iiu -uihiiiiiuu ,111 ^L;*t72, 'Bigaroon ' took -1.8- for 4the' same dls tancV'' -? ' ? ?', I ?' ' ? ' Koolina' 'lod Kerwalta over G furlongs in'- 1:9.' ? ' '? .'?-.,- ;o/' l ' AVarppito went -rt'ell; and covered, Half a, m'He in 51% seconds. ? ? ? ' ' , October Belle ' galloped 7 furlongs in 1134'.,' ' ,' ? '* ' ' '-''';' ? -i ''? Bright. Niglit spurted; 4 furlongs in 53 sees.'- 4 ? ' ?''' ''' '' '' '' ' '''Konills and' Brunav j-ut 'C furlongs past in '1.20. ' ' Rohewnlk was' too good.' for ' White Phast over nine furlongs in 2.4.