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STOCK AND CROPS. In North and North-West. DELUNGRA WHEAT PLOTS. Federation and Bomen Come Out Best. INVERELL, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
-STOCK AND CROPS. In North and North-Wesr. DELUNGRA WHEAT PLOTS. Federation and Bomen Come put Best. TNIVERELL, Tuesday. The ,lest o[ varieties ot wheat grown m the heavy working dark chocolate ind, black volcanic soils at Uelungra are .??specially inte'resling in an abnormal !eas.on. like the '',one we havp. recently xperienced. In all eight .varieties, of vheat? were .sown ? on May 7''. in, a wet fao'e'd ! bed. Tlio grain was not',.' pickled, b-Ht,l|r,ii'i-rli]Idl'no|t appear in!,1 tlie ? ripened crop.' v Feeding.' off'.was.nol l-psorted '-to, ,'and 'the, result. 'followiris ample' -rainfall tlirqughoul jthe season was ' a-'rank ' growth 'of 5 to, G fee't h'Slir/ Under the, circumslances'iU was, obvious' tifie crop would- not i;tarid^ 'nj) itb'harv'est time. The 'Iwo ^varieties '.standing , 'up best' we're' Federation' and' Kdmeri.'Tha great; ost\ lod^Jns. occurred- .with ' 'Florence, Curawa. and Cleyeiand,' arid little' would' have been 'save4d^ from, these 'tnreo v/itn out the',...
SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY. Tuesday. .unest scratchings are: — A.J.C. Anniversary meeting. First Nursery Handicap: Wirrahli, Widden Queen. ' ' -;V.R;C. Autumn meeting: St, Logor:' Rutarco, Town. -Topic: \ ? V.A.T.C. Autumn meeting. ?? ri ? ,.,1 Cuulfleld Futurity s Stakes: 'Rutarco, Town Topic. - ? ?' , '1 Welter Handicap: Biplane.' ' '-'(~ - Trial Stakes: Llnthorpe, Walkabu, la liinch. ' ' *- ' ; ' Clmllengo Stakes:- King' of Diamond-!. First Hurdle Race:. Lord Prize. ' ' . All engagements: Lahincli. ? ' .??
SWIMMING CARNIVAL. At Billabong, Wallamore. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
SWIMMING CARNIVAL. At Billabong, Wallamore. The first annual carnival of tho 'Nar- loo' Swimming Club will be held at isil ab'ong, Wallamore, on Anniversary Day, ranuary 26. ' The patron of the club, Mr. 3. J. 'Willott, or Wallamore, has thrown jpen the stretch of land alongside tho ?Iyer for the use of the public on that lay. There is splendid accommodation ;or 'picnic parties. Plenty of shady trees ire close to the beach, and every con ^eni,enco is provided. Boiling water wil i'e supplied. Seats will he arranged' near the water so that the visitors may be :om,tor. table whilo watching tlio various iveiits;' of . the i carnival. Another attrac :ion is that scenic excursions will' loavo ;h'e pier every lew minutos' f,or a tour oi Billabbng; ' Thd trips will, be made in uanoes, which are easily handled andi Kipablo of attainiiiK a good speed by the aid of paddles. One of these canoes will carry four persons. ? It is expected thai, a very largo nunir ber of 'people from Tamworth and: ...
WHEAT IN WARRAL DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
WHEAT IN WARRAL DISTRICT. Owing to vrhent loading having been lomporarlly susyentied on account of the congestion at Darling Island, and also on iccount of more wheat having been re ceived at this siding than was expectcdv It has been found necessary fto close the: wheat receiving dump at Warral for the time being. In view of this, and s'J that 'Wheat growers will not be incon venienced through the unavoidable tem porary closing of this, siding, Messrs. Geo Fielder and Co. announce in, this issue that they are prepared to allow four pence per bag caitage on all wlieat drawn in to their mill from Warral, and no doubt farmers who are., anxious /to see their wheat safely in tho Pool wil take advantage of this offer. Messrs Fielder and Co. wish to ; Inform farmers; that they can secure their certificates immediately the wheat, is delivered.
Manewell—Blencowe. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
Wlanewell— Blencowe. ^ 'Middle Farm,' near Armidale, pn ^Wednesday, '^Oth: Deceinber, ??? ' was'; the scene of a very pretty wedding, the par: ties being .Mr. Jack C. . Manewell, ,,pnjy; 'son of Mr. John Manew.ell, of Lismore, and .Lilian L. Blencowe, of 'Middle Farm.'1' Archdeacon Johnstoho officiat ed. Tho bride, who was given away, by her brother. Mr. J. B. Blencowe.'' was j gowned in n frock of . linen lawn,, tri;n 'liied with filet lace and insertion', and [wore her mother's wreath and veil.- Hbji ' sister, 't Misfs!;'Nell 'Blericowo, 'was mjiid 6i. honor,' attired in linert1 lawn, trihim'ccl.' with filet lace and insertion. ??' Miss Clare Blencowe (niece), and iMiss', Np}! Cppke (cousin) bridesmaids, were; d'rcs-i scd alike in buttercup voile. They car-j fied : bouquets of ' roses, shasia daisip^'v and fcras.. Tho bride carried a shower bouquet, and wore, a gold wristlet watch, tlio gift ,of: the. bridegroom. The latter's gifpw^tliejriiaid- of honor was a vyrisilet watchj .;:a...
Weir—Peacock. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
Weir— Peacock. A quiet 'but. pretty wedding waa. cole: bratod on December 29 at the . Metliodipt Church, Smithfield, by the Rev. C. E. Godbehear, when Mr. Alfred Gordon Weir, youngest son of Mr. -and Mrs. D. B. Weir, of Leech's Gully, Tenter.fjeld, was married to Miss Susanah Rebecca I'.eacocK, second youngest daughter o Mr. J. Peacock, and tho late Mrs. Pea cock, of Smithfield, and late of Molon; The bride was given away by her fathei and wore a frown of white fuji silk, hand embossed with true lovers knots, sill- fringe,- arid white lace, and hat trimmed with ribbon and orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of fern, white dahlias, and pale pink carnations, with blue and white ribbon streamers. Miss Thelma Agland (niece of the bride) acted as bridesmaid. She wore a heliotrope voile dress with biscuit trimmings, and white Straw hat trimmed with cherries, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations and marguerites. The bridegroom was sup: ported by Mr. H. Lnmqnt, of MuswpII brook (late...
Chcetham—Thorne. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
?Cheetham — Thome. At the Sacred 'Heart .Church, Inverell, Mv'THo.s'drtyVof.'' last we?li;i'''yery';Rcy. Dean O.'NnilF 'officiated^ at the', wadding of Lestel1' Francis CJh'eethanl;son''of 'Mrs. Cheetham, of Maitland, ' and Alberta Thome, daughter of Mrs. A. Thorne, Vivian-street, and the late Mr. J. A. Thorne, ot' Gilgai. The bride, who was given away by her brother. Private L. D. Thorne of Randwick Military Hos-i piUil, wan attired in ivory ? crepe-de-J chene georgette; sho also wore the cus-j tomary wrea£h and' veil. Esinn. Thorno/ (sister of the bride) was bridesmaid, and Mr. Eldred Dorn, best man. Tho bridegroom's present to the bridesmaid consisted of a gold brooch set in. pearls. Tlie happy couple later l'jft by car for Maitland, where tlio honeymoon will bo spent. . Their future homo will be at Newcastle.
America Reduces Army. VANCOUVER, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
America Reduces Army. (Reuter's Telegram). \r A \rr»rvTTV7T7»r- .- t.,a(iiT.iv A Washington messngo says: 'Jotu Houses of Congress voted to-day to re duce the army. to 175j}00 meu. The re solution orders the Secretary for War to stop new enlistments until the nor mal disoliarges have reduced the strength to the figure name. Tlie pre sent strength is approximately 225,000. Tho Sena to intended to reduce lho figuro to 150,000. but were informed by President Wilson that ho would not ap prove of that figure..
Miss Marie Lloyd. JURYWOMAN IN DIVORCE CASE. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
Miss ; Marie Lloyd. JURYVVOMAN IN DIVORCE CASE. (United Service. V LONDON. Tuesilsiy Miss Mario Lloyd was suiiimpneil asa jurywoinan in tho Divorce Court. In an interview 'she said: 'I am milie sure I 'could not, sit through « divorce case. U it was loft to me. they would got off, be cause men aro such nico creatures. 'What I.want lo know is of all the mil lions of women, why pick on me.' Tho first mixed jury at. Aylesbury. in a wife murder case, fouud the prisoner guilty. Throe women jurors were as composed as tho raon while the black capped judge pronounced tho death hm tenco. .
Cork Burnings. WILL REPORT BE PUBLISHED? Another Commission. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
Cork Burnings. WILL REPORT BE PUBLISHED? : !i-: Another Commission. Piihllshnil in 'Tho Timns. , LONDON, Tuesday. SThpyrTimes' Parliaitentary correspon derit^wirfeR:' Another commission on the Cbrk'^-bui-nihg'S'wJll probably bo appoint idy^-A-majority Of /the Strickland Com miss|ion;'!it is' understood, roportod that th'e1 ? 'Black1 ';and Tans were responsible rii'e'fminprity also report ed. 'jfA'Teader says that if the reports aro nbttVpubirshod the . Gqyornmeiit will bo niaKiii'g; aHterrible mistake. Tho supprcs sloiiv'VvilJ: be generally regarded as etiul valentl'tp -a(i;onJ'ession that tlio Cabinet does' 'iict.1 dare to face public criticism ol itaV Irish' admiriistrat Ion. .'-.: .-' ;!^-'\i! : : '(Unj'te'd Service.) : : hi Dublin /the investing troops have heon) withdrawn. ??? ' ' JThere- were ' six 'arrests in London in cbiinobtibn' wi tli the' Wuiiclsworth affair.
OSMONDE ESMONDE. WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO LAND Statement hy Mr. Poynton. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
(MONDE ESMONDE. WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO LAND ? Statement by Mr. Poynton. i _ 1 MELBOUnNE Tuesdiv Mr. .Osmonde.ISsmondo,.' the inaroon ed Iiisbnnn v ill line to depart from Ihe Comiuon \eilth wichour having set root on Au--tnlim soil It has been do toi mined bv Mi Poynton Miinstei for Home and leuitoiics tl U undei no cucumstaucovaull, Esmonde be illowed to land'in 'Aubtnln i JMi Pmnrmi siwl' fnfHv I hit ho would not leccdo fiom the attitude le Ind liken 'up oven it rsunonde would now elect to liko lho oith o illeri mco 1 1 The niilfei 'Ms boon fuitloi coia.k' Lied slid Mi Po-nlon md m vrw Df infoimition j which I hive iust of limed I Inve f,non instiuctions tint he is not lo be illowod to lind under my [iiotml whatevei ,It mikes no difter onoe now vvhethpi he likes the oath or lot Ho his ind ois'ht divs m which' to m,ike up his mind md he his net :lone bo nut V hive mule up my mim). [ hive scoured 'information which just i lies oveiylhii'^ I hive none i _________ . '
Test Match Cables. "PLAYER REPORTERS" DENOUNCED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
Test Match Cables. 'PLAYER REPORTERS' DE NOUNCED. (United: Service)'. LONDON TllKSitnr _ 'Fender, cables that a trap 'was set im- Collins, llfeiidren moving in by av rangement, while Parkin; was bowlins his oit theory. Wilson cables Uial the Austral/an UU)iUC.Jjru.bi-I_ji_ins.very generousV,' m. I this* jiialch, and he(pe , Enslaai will win. . \ Sir Edwin StoclSbn, Lancashire's » nounoes playe'i-s writing io the pre;;. presentativo on the Cricket Council, fc He says ho shall fight most strongly m connection with this matter in In lure, because it has resulted, in bad blood, and should not be allowed 'by tb« governing authorities. Recent apologies by a 'very nice man' showed tfiere was no wisdom ia allowing a repetition of tho blunder of ; playor-roporters.
THE LATEST Paris Conference. SUBJECTS FOR DISCUSSION. Disarmament and Reparations. Position in Asia Minor. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
THE LATESf Paris Conference. ?SUBJECTS FOR DISCUSSION. Disarmament and Reparations. Position in Asia Minor. (Renter's Telegram.) .LONDON, Tuesday Iteuler understands that the conversa tions at the approaching Paris Conter ence will bo confined to the disarma ment of Germany, reparations, the' Turk. Ish Treat};— which France is anxious to discuss — and possibly the clanger of i conapse ot Austria. The British are of opinion that disar m.iinont is not likely to nnocl long con sideration before an Hgrp.omont is roach ed. It. is not thought possible that tho re. parations question can finally be settl?,] Probably the matter will not go beyond i general exchange of views. Prance anil Britain will havo to decide how far tho question is capable of s«uleniciit at pre sent, but Britain believes nothing de formation will be attainable until further information from Germany Is available 1'he question is, -not only what iho Allira want, but; what they c:m got. In rerorene-e to the Sevres Treaty...
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Fine; Increasing Temperature. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Fine; Inci easing Temperature. SYDNEY. Tuesday. he tropic il low was in evidence, tho ierics of dips .or depressions 4n eastern Vusti ill i is sunt,pslive of some further scattered rain aiid thunder in the east 'lii puts ot Imu fooutih Wales. An iwl-l ULionuI indication of Iliuiulorv condi tions is in evidonoe in tho extreme south-east'. c!o'niori'on:- either side ot w'lilch -are the Siouth-w;psteru and north eastern edges of two hiiihs in dhp vicin ity. The latter arc corttrod a little to tho east of our co-ast in one' 'instance, and to the .noutli-west of Tasmania in tho- other. An Antarctic activity is ra pidly ' gaining prominence over the Bight, where oloiul is developing. 'Present indications favor some fur ther scallorpd cloud and showers, pro bably with thunder, in the fontral and eastern are'aK; fine olsewhoro, wilh in creasing lompei-aturo and northerly winds. A lomporary Routliorly change ?s likply on lho south nn'nst.'
PREMIER'S LETTER TO SIP GEO. FULLER. Request for Pair. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 19 January 1921
PREMIEP'S LETTER TO SIF; GEO Request foi Pan*. ' SYDNEY. - Tuosdhv, TIip lotlei whiPh the Piemiei sent lo Sn Gooige rullei on Tiniuij 17 iei(l ' Dcai Sn Cooipc — As vou no awaie I piopose. leaving loi Enflind no\t Snturclay ,'bii' a. mission wiiicli I am sure you'jwill agree', with mp is pue of pub lic dimportmrp It is hardly necessary, fci, mo to remind \ou that lci&is totall ing woll ovoi CJC 000,000 will?! fall due vitLin tho next thiee \cirs. i^nd1 if.'vve take' the ne«t five jo.us into considera liohtbo' loans falling; in will amount to well ovei C71000 000, tacts which tin fo. tunaloly I cannot emphasise in the piess wilhc ut projudKiiiR my mission. *'In these encumstances the acting Agenl-Geheial his doelnod ihat it is nctaessniv to make airangenients to ?moot tho Ptaitc's coinmitmenti! falling due within tho ncvi two or throe yVurs. IL has boon s.ufKes.tod lo me that prior to 'my dopaituip I should secure a pnlr. and following tho usual course I ahull he jrhid1 to lo...