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SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

SCRATCH INGS. SYDNEY. Wednesday. 'Latest SiCratchlngs are: — ' ,- 'Jl~ , '' '' ' A.J.C. ' ?. Plrstilurdlo Rape: 'Canmbrc. ?* rAll 'engagements: Publicity, Roualyu, □iVsta^no. ^ : ?' .. _ ,-i ?' ? Second Hurdle Race: Canmore.' ' SU.'Lcger: Fasclrailol' ''?' ' ?'? Nursery Handicap: ' Spanish' Dollar, Wyndham. ' -''-'-'' Challenge Stakes: Carmagnole, G.C.S.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SINGLETONS BIG LOAN. SINGLETON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

. SI^IGLEfQNJS BIG LOAN. 1S-ING-LETON, Wednesday. A letter; ,has been received from' the Treasury with' regard to tho Council's loan -'of.', £ 9500 for 'electrid lighting from the' A.'M.'P.' 'Socioiy; ' It w:ik' 'rrimvrtr.ri '?that -:, tho. ?. Government approved of thn loan; aiid would enforce no proferentiiil clninl to .rates, otc, in connection with it. ?'?? .- ? ? ??,??. | . Thfi Mayor.- . in reply., to a aueslinn, I said the cniin^n was wiiitine for the Government1 offlcors to ' come and re port. Thnre were an nianv iuipllc«tians made for 'bulk tmnnltes'thnt. the officials worn vail engaged just now. * I

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMPIRE COMMERCE. Further Control Condemned. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

EMPIRE COMMERCE. Further Control Condemned. (United Soivicc) ':??? ii ??? ;;V. LONDON,. Tuesday ?Mr. Anarew .Fisher has decided to leave all Mn- Ciilldreh in England, ex cept a daughter, lie oxpects to be ab sent six months. A largo Commonwealth louii in Lon don Is rocardod as cortiiin. Sir Josoph Ward, wlio was a. guest at .the A.N.A. luncheon, demanded a re-adjustment, of exchange!) between tho '(Motherland and the Dominions. Every.' portion of the Empire was being overtaxed. Tho sooner the Govern ments throughout the Empire decided to stop the control of commerce the I butter it would be for everyihod'y. I

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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INDIGNANT RATEPAYERS. Heavy Increase in Shire Valuations. ARMIDALE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

INDIGNANT RATEPAYERS. Heavy Increase in Sjiirc Valuations. A'RMIiDAIjE. Wednesday Feeling is running very high in tho Dumaresq Shire ancnt Hie new valua tions. The average increase is 46 per sent, and in one Riding' over 60 pet cent. A big meeting, to enter a vigorous protest and decide on a definite plan of action, is to be held . on Saturday noxt. At a preliminary meeting, last Satur day,' rntupnyeis expressed themselves in no uncertain terms and were highly indignant at the terrific increase in rates, with which the Council would saddle thenn. If it is decided to lodge appeals for tho Appeal Court, that 'court will sit for a nicJnt.lt.

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REDS AGAIN. Position in East Siberia. PROPAGANDISTS ACTIVE. War with Japan. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

REDS AGAIN. Position in East Siberia. PROPAGANDISTS ACTIVE. War with Japan. (United Service.) LONDON, Tuobday. The Siberian correspondent ot . tno newspaper 'Zaria,' after investigating reports of serious mLsconduct on- tho part of troops at Grodonova, including --xecutioub without trials, .states UiaC t'heso arc unfounded, and aro ciearly Red propaganda, preparatory to the re newal ol hostilities in the Kar East. The ''Russki Golos,' commenting orn ( lhe- .possibilities of renewed, hostiliUcK, says the Reds perceive Hho failurie dfj their buffer ht.ite plans, v/li lie' 'afra'lcl ,'fo' ; demobilise I ho army, antj are conse quently likely lo seek a piotext for war with Japan, hoping to uiou.so the iiation ai leelins, and prolong tlieir own exist- i once. I Reports continue of tho influx of Reds, and concentrations at. Harbarovsk, Iman, and in Trans-Baikaiia.

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AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE. Locally-built Machines to be Used. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

AUSTRAJ-IAN AIR FORCE. Locally-built Machines to be Used. SYDNEY, Wednesday. The Commonwealth aviation autho rities have given the Australian Aircraft i«.nd Pnginpering Company an assurance that it- will buy Avros manufactured at Musco.t to form the Australian Air Force.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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PERSIA THREATENED. Agreement with Soviet Favored. British Withdrawal. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

PERSIA THREATENED. Agreement with Soviet Favored. British Withdrawal. ?(Renter's Telegram.) LONDON, Tuesday. -, Reuter's 'learns that the situation in Persia is precarious, the Persians hav ing' ''fa i led to ratify the Anglo-Persian agreement, which would enable her' lo straighten out her affairs. 'The Persians think the best alterna tive is an agreement with Soviet Rus sia.'' Although the latter is not yet faigned, it practically hands over Peisia to thVSoviet, which has (ho right under it to invade Persia, whenever it please: 'J'hc' 'Persians recogni.se that they 'are not getting anything out ot the Soviet, but'' 'owing to apprehensions of the future, they want to keep on good teriiis with Moscow. tThe' British evacuation of North Per sia will Begin in the near lutuie, but th'cre -cannot be any question of allow ing Bolshevik' interference in South Pi.rsia owing to its proximity lo British territory.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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METAL MARKETS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

METAL MARKETS. SYDNEY, Wedesday. A general decline in metal values 0Cri curred in London yesteiday. A met sage received by the Australian Metal Exchange to-day stated that tin had slumped ,£10/10 a ton, while copper had dropped £33/9 to £30/8/!) a ton. Quotations: , Standard copper, spot £70/8/9. three months £70/8/9- lead spot £'22/17/6. three months £23/5; I speller, spot £24, three months £25/5;' (in, spot £18/5, three months £18/:;; silver, standard 3/3%, fine '3/0 15-16d. per oz. -

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KENSINGTON RACES. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

KENSINGTON RACES. SYDNEY, WedJiesday. Kensington pony faces resulted: ' -' ' Maiden Handicap, flr.sl division:' Mti toppo'l, Slcison 2, Black' MbUi 81.- Win- ner, 3 to 1. Won by a length and a half. Time, 1.10. ' i ??. '\ Second Division: Vickers' Vimy;. -''.'?I; Resc 2, Molly Doyle 3. Winner, 3 to 1. Won by two lengths. Time, l-.lQil. - , Third Division: Lo Pliahnacieh 1. Squaresbrook 2, Ballanform 3. Winner fi to 1. Won by thrce-qiiarlors of a length. Time. l.lOi. Flying Handicap, first division: Happy Band 1. Chandel 2, Gobong '3. Winner, 15 to 1. Won by a- length' and a.. half. Time, 1.81. Second Division: Pious John 1, Per

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST SPORTING NEWS. TAMWORTH J.C. RACES. Second Day. LILY ROSE WINS FLYING. Eumaeus and Sad West Win Again. Anchillo Takes the Final. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

LATEST SPORTING NEWS. TAMWORTH JX. RACES. Second Day. LILY ROSE WINS FLYING. I Eumaeus and Sad West Win Again. AnchiJIo Takes, tho Final. gS The second day's racing of the Tain 19 worth Jockey Club's Summer meeting HI took place yesterday in hot weather. Hi The attendance was again large, but ifl the fields were not so good as on the 1|| previous day. Eumaeus proved to 'Je ^$1 the best horse at the meeting by again :p| taking the chief event. Newcastle ijjjpj owners did well, as horses from tueie ||§ were successful in the principal double fUj both (lays. Two track records were sKa broken. Lily Rose ran 1.13%, beating !$§£ Shell Haribor's record by a quarter of a Hf second. In , the Welter, 7 furlonga, WM Mimous got over the distance in 1.27 %, Wi which i.s a quarter of a second faster m than that put up by Tiffany on Novem |S ber 3, 1014. Mimous' record was short HI lived, as Anchillo knocked another quar JMg ler of a second og it in the Final Hnn W dicap. |B The siart for the Summ...

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TAMWORTH J.C. RACES. WEIGHTS FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

TAMWORTHJX. RACES. WEIGHTS FOR TO-DAY. Following are tho weights foj- I ho Northern and .North-Western Districts Racing Association's January meeting Lo-day: — FLYING HANDICAP, 6'fur. , ? st. lb. 1 AYIR'MAGH .. .. '. . .. 10 0 ANCHHjLO ? '. 8 12 1 ?, PT.EROMYS ? - 8 5. f . WIMOUS ? ,..5L8--2» ,r; 1 FRENCH COLORS .... 7 JO ' , SAD WEST . . . . .-. \. .„ 1 10 :.' . ' MALTCREE ? ?*{!?] S- i 'v. PRINOE SliLIBERT ,..-.. yi\ 4 ? v- VAUPRE ? -. ....'«;K! ? ,. MISS BXLLIE ..?. -..'.. U.'IO1./ COOLETTE .. ..-.'. .'. - ,0 '7. -i P.0WSATAN' . . , ..'....'.'?' p ' 7 v . ' ,' ' '?',?' ' ' v'i 1 ? ASSOCIATION HANDICAP, r.mile. ' . - '',-1./' ,-iri.,j--a.'r1- ', . ., ?? ? ;.' -' '1 Sl.'ib. JSUAIAEWS ...- -.-.'.. 1 ..MO «? MBNA -SANDS ..-.'.-.. ^11 ' PTBROMYS ''. .- .-. .-,.':-'? . ;-8-. a BERNARD ''JACKSON . .', 8 '. 0 * :' TEL-EL-JEMMI -..?'.. .: 7:11 ,- FRENCH COLORS . N i . . 7 ? 7 ? ? LADY-ZELli '..-..- :!' ..- »7. '7. ? '' ? . -MALTCREE ? .' . . 7' ifl . TBROONA ? - . . ,1 0 \ PRINCE SELBERT ...

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ARTILLERYMAN MAY RACE AGAIN. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

ARTILLERYMAN MAY RACE AGAIN. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Artilleryman, the sensational Mol !bourne Cup winner of 1910, may race again. Ho is being sent to Sydney, and if the swelling on his log is success fully treated, he will bo eccn undor siik in (ho spring,

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PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY. '-?.Wednesday. ?? There .was another large supply of forage at Alexandria this morning. Prime wheaten chaff cased to the ex tent of. 10/ ? ,a ? ton. Oaten remained steady' at yesterday's rates. A good deal of woevily' maize was offered, pri ces 'Showing « drop. ' Quotations1:,' Wheaten chaff, -i-nine 8/S to 9/ 'medium 5/7 to 6/4; oaten cl.aff, prime 7/3 'to 7/6, medium from 5/ lucerne,- chaff ,6/; lucerno hay 5/; Al gerianl oat's , 3/7; white maize ZH po tatoes S/'tqlO/.

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LATE MARKETS. Sussex Street. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

LATE MARKETS. Sussex Street. SY.DNKJV Wednesday , liusir^esh was dull in Siibscx-sJLieqt this 'morning ' -^ Prime .'dry yellow rhaiz'o was hard to scll.^consequcntly,. holders had lo ip due'e' quotations. TheJ best Jiprice was. 7/,'- but it 'is stated that the market is practically dead, buyers not wanting o buy except for immediate requirements. It' is not expected that there will be much business done until the now sea son's grain is available, when jI s hc-'ijicd^'llial .'there will bo a reduction II is generally admitted that the putt is an exceptionally good one. There ,i.s, no alteration in the price or potatoes, the market being very quiet ?Bcs-t Clarence Rivers aro bringing up to ,JC5,' rbu't a fair percentage are so»d at, a' iiiveh lower price.'. Ta.smamans are uaiillcred at JfJll.. ', i,',,' ' Algerian oats' sliow further hardening but, there is, no, altera'tioa in price. Beht arc ,tjomnianding( as liigh as 3/3,, with inferior, and weevil v/y from 2/!l. Toi whjtc 4/4' is b...

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NEWS OF THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

NEWS OF THE NORTH. - SINGLETON.— The health inspector i-ppoi Us thai during December there was no case of infectious disease within tin; municipality. This i,s the .seventh con hocutivo month for which this Katisfac i'ory report has been made. * '' ', The municipal rating for the current years luis been , fixed -as follows,:— Ger i-rai; 7d m the £; lighting, gd; water,' od; -with a minimum of 30/, ^iH'on'^he unimproved capital value ol land. ? The total number' ol stock sold in the Shire yaid» daring the year 1920, and the yard duos and camping- fees^for.'the :,anie period, are as follow: — Cattle, 34,358; shepp, 5107; horees, 872; yard' clUos,' etc., £357. ' ' ''' p ARMIDALE.— When , a 'light onglnc ^cis-nparing 'Guyra one day; last'week' the ? steam gauge ? burst,' severely scald mg'.the driver, 'Mr. VR. 'Sewell. who sub-1 Hcquently had to bo removed .to Armi jlalq*1 Hohpital, wlien\ for somo time, ho was[ unconscious. The fireman, Mr. S. G. Barton, was uninjured. / - ', .The War ...

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D. B. O'CONNOR COMIC OPERA COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

?D. B. O'CONNOR COMIC OPERA COMPANY. Tho D. U. O'Connor- Comic Opera Company repealed the comedy 'The G-irl for tho Jj'oy' at the Theatre Royal. Tuimworlh, last night. Mr. O'Connor ami- ivuss itia Leggatt again scored with their vocal duet 'Whero There'ij a Girl, There's a Boy.' Miss Ida Loggatt's voice was also heard to advantago in the solos 'Coming .Home' and '1 Won der if Love is a Dream.' Mr. Joseph Scales' splendid acting in tho role' of George Darling was a feature of the production, ami' ho will bo an add^d at traction to this popular Company' in future vigils. Miss Leslie ? Adrianno as Coopor. the maid, came, in for a liwge share of the appreciation of the audi ence ,and also proved another asset to the Companyq. To-night the musical comedy 'Gipsy Love,' will, bo staged when all these popular members will bfi again in tho cast.

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ITALY'S POST-WAR INERTIA. Nobody Seems to Want to Work. ARMIDALE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

ITALY'S POST-WAR INERTIA, Noliody Seems to Want to Work. , ARMIDALE, Wednesday. Mr. S. C W»son, of Armidale. who is at present, on an extended- tour in Europe, very interestingly describes the post-war state of that, portion' of tho world. All the continental peoples, ex cept Italy, are making quick recoveries; Italy however does not seem to .bo pull ing herself together ni all satisfilctouly. 'Tho Socialists, or Bolsheviks,' adds Mr. Wilson, ',see-iu lo have sei-ured pol itical control ot the country, and they do what they like. The consequence is that things are getting into a chaotic Btatp. The Italians to me .seemed lazier and ? less inclined to work than ever and everything in the country ''and towns alike appeared -dirty, neglected and Koingto rain. Even the carriages of tho railway trains were disgustingly dirty, while tho machinory, wheels, etc., were covered inches deep in dirt, mud and. grease. It seemed to take* three men to do a job that should be done by one ordinary ma...

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HYDRO-ELECTRICITY. Tenterfield May Utilise Falls. TENTERFIELD, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

HYDRO-ELECTRSCITY. Tenterfield May Utilise Falls. TENTERP1ELD, Wednesdav J-ast week, while Mr. Corrin, chief en gineer of the Works Department, was n town, he discussed the matter of the hydro-electric scheme with the Mayor (Aid Knelpp) and the aldermen of the Municipality, at the town hall I 'Mr. Corrin said lliat at Cliflon the1 amount or water now tunning over the1 Tails would give an ordinary load ior eight hours of 500 horsepower, if not' more. He undeistood that sometimes! tlie stream wju, not running. | The Mayor: We might provide against . that by means of a dam. ' ? Mr. Corrin: Thovo is a good sito for ' the dam. One UOft. or 40ft. high would ' be quite sufficient to keep Tenterfield ' Koing lor a long time. You would have to provide 20 to 22 miles of line; ? it : would cost, about £650 per mile ' Mr. Bruxner: Aj-, the Boonoo jfioonoo ? ami Clifton schemes niiight. cost more titan tho council could afford at the ' IM-pspnt lime, I suggest thai i ask tho Minister to give per...

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PUBLIC SERVICE ASSOCIATION. Address by Attorney General. Government Satisfied. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

PUBLIC SERVICE ASSOCIATION. /Address by Attorney General. :'?? Government Satisfied. SYDNEY, Wednesday. . The, 'Attorney-General addressed -the annual conference of the Public!' Ser vice. Association' this afternoon. ' '''' : 'M.iv'McTlernan said he- 'was entirely in'syiiipathv with tho aims and ob'jects ot 'the public servants, and 'only a Cab inet meeting had kcp.t him away from Hie/oneninjs'qf the conference. ' 'His sal ?VT' wlicri he'joined the Federal Public i SeiVic'o, was £-10 a year. ' .? *AV' f- j The Government stood for 'Jho 'prin-'j eiple^ of. preference to unionists. 'r Tl\e | Government was anxious' to' moot .-'all the lc^iliniate demands ':pr the' public heryices, but was liandicnj'tped byjlnan «ia^ jc^nsideral.ions.' ' Tlie' prdpo'se'd''new'j Id^^wouTd 'carry' 'an' additiorir in 'h'nlaries o'r l-£'i.oo6,0Q'q.,i,r ., ?_ „''.?,' ' ' i , The .Goyp/nnient .was weil : satisfied With' the* service 'itnvas getting 'from' the Public' Service. ' ?'

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FRENCH PRECAUTIONS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

FRENCH PRECAUTIONS. ('Reuter's Telegram).. LONDON, Wednesday. Reuter's Paris corresponcent says a most active ' campaign against undesir ables is pioceeding in Vaiis. Nightly raids arB carried out in different quar-1 ?lei's, and all whose papers are not in1 order ? are arrested. These include 700' p.ersoh.s suspected of Bolshevist pro-, paganda, prcapring for the internation-i al Communist movement. I Tho police in the provinces arc simi larly active^ ?

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