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MINISTER FOR SPORT. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

MINISTER FOR SPORT. (United Service.) LONDON, Tunsduv. '?A1 Ministry 'of Spout. has been created in France by.tho Briaud Ministry. The I'ambub footballer Vidal hais been ap pointed first Minister. ? i,w.a

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUICIDE BY POISONING. Follows Losses on Racecourse. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

SUICIDE BY POISONING. Follows Losses on Racecourse. ' SYDNEY. Wednesday. At an inquest concerning the death of Alfred John Gibbons, 55, who poisoned hitiUiflf in Iho Domain, deceased's widow| iloposcd that, bo was down-licarlcd. be cause . ho used to lose money at the races. She often heard him threaten lo take, his , life when ho returned home from tho racecourse. Ho had made at tempts, at suicide. He had remarked to her that a man would , bo belter decil. A verdict of suicide, was recorded.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED SLAYING. youth of Nineteen Remanded. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

ALLEGED SLAYING Youth of Nineteen Remanded SM)Nr\ A\ediusda\ Cluli Cini linn iigid 19 -w is lemind pd al the New town police couit to daj chaiged with h ivinB bin^Mctoi Hatd\ The police pioseeutoi stated tint the allcgilion iibiiubt Chiistian wa that on Decembei 20 al Enmoie lie had i qun icl with Ilndj who was knockpd down bj i blow on Hip jaw and thpn dialed into i lanew ii to die At the coionei b inciuliv an open \cidi't hid bepn le turned.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOLDING UP VESSELS. Owners' Letter to Seamen. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

HOLDING UP VESSELS Owners' Letter to Seamen AlULiDCVCflNE. A\ ednpsd.i\ ino ?ieiiinen s u^ion has now become the most ♦nportint fietoi in tho mm time dupute A leltei his been sent fiom the shipowneis to the Seimen's Union Ihe pCnenil tenoi of tho let ter is a coira-l'ii t )n rcfiod 1o tie »9 cent tactics of the Union in holding u, ?\ etsels

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OVER 70 VESSELS IDLE. Seamen Hard Hit. No Starvation Reported Yet. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

OVER 70 VESSELS IDLE. Seamen Hard Hit. No Starvation Reported Yet. S\DNEY ANcdnosdiv Iheie ato now 7G \cbbelb lud up,, in the %ailous Auslialian poits ind intpi St«te tiyflic is piaclicilb at a si nd btill Between 7000 and 8000 roen' liavo been tin own idle owing to the action of thp stew aids It was billed 4odav bV an official of the relewiled Seuiieim Union tint fulh 1500 mombprs of th' S\dne- bianch of that body weie locked out ab a lesult of the stewards stiike So fai no cases of stination oi cv lieme monclaiv hudslups have been reported.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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POSITION IN CORK. Statement by General Strickland. Murders Must Cease. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

POSITION IN CORK. Statement by General Strickland Murders Must Cease. (Houtoi s r-lcj,i im ) LO\DO\ iuebdaj Gcnei tl Stncklind in .1 lottei to lh» Depim Alnoi ol t oik icfeis to tho le cent daslaidl- iltempts to murder police He ri\s the picsent slate of iffa.ii j in ho citv cannot be allowed to continue ind he1 will be compelled to like dias ic meisuies to bocme thp li\es of^lhc Oiown foiccs agunst cowndly attieks !)} i«sab3ino m the streets , He lelcis to the lecont lfprcsenti 'ions to him to secme tho iepiie\c of \Juiphj condemned to deith b a court maitnl, and ^.ilso to complaints rhil maitnl law ib weighing lienily on the iniiocqnl He doeb not think the mtoi cement of maitnl liw Ins mcon vemeneed the population He contuists with the cit\ foie0omg requebts foi conndeiation two most dibtaidlj^llenipls in the nibt foitm^lu o mm dei~ members of the Ii bh Con stibulaiv who weie perfoiming theii dut- Jn the stieeto m an oiderly and disciplined m innei one ending fal ilh ind the olhei...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"A FANCIFUL STORY." Sir H. Greenwood Criticised. More Ambushes. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

'A FANCIFUL STORY.' Sir H.. Greenwood Criticised. More Ambushes. (United Service). LO'NiDON. Friday. -i J.'ive policemen were wounded in an ambush at Galway. There was another simbiish at Clonlaun, but no police casu alties occurred. Two raiders are be lieved to have been killed or wounded. The ambush was made from a farm house; ?. which was officially reported to havo caught fire during a skirmish. -.'?.' A hundred men partook in an /,ttnck on Mullinavat. Barracks. They were beaten' off with bombs and gelignite. Pools, of- blood wer found outside. ; The- Labor Commission in .Ireland, in a supplementary report, says that one witness who gave, evidence at the Com mission, had his house broken into while he was absent. The furniture and othor contends were damaged. A threatening message was left. The J report., .describes Sir Hamar Greenwoods stitimcnts in the House qf .--Commons as. being in almost: ? every particular, a; .fanciful, highly-colored btorj

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IRISH RUCTIONS. Further Arrests Effected. MURDER TRIALS. Ambush Discovered in Time. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

IRISH RUCTIONS. Further Arrests Effected. | MURDER TRIALS. Ambush Discovered in Time. (Keuter's Tologrum.) LONDON, Tuesday. i ;^4.'l-ii'blln , message says a number of arrests. were made recently in connec tion with the murders of officers in Dub lin ;on November 21 last. It. is expect ed that the court, martial will begin at the end' of tho monih. ?-??-.??..-??.. A communique states that a, detach ment of the .Kssex Regiment surprised a party of men who' were preparing 'an ambush at Tiinoleaguo, County Cork. After nn exchange of, fire, 25 civilians were captured. There were no .casual ties among.' the troops.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. Rumors of Government Mediation. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. Rumors of Government Mediation. S\DNi:n Wednosdu Them is' every reason to believe r.liiit iu -.connection with the maritime trouble seciet negctiiuons ue in piogiess It was sdted this morning thai then was. hope of intervention ? toy the Com monwealth Government:, and ..Unit hopes .p a settlement, hud not '.been abandoned A ceitiin redenl \linibtei js said to have1 been ; in communication willv : the paiticb during the lasl two dus It'ia.lliouglit. in union circles that if the seamen .adopt a conciliatory attitude a settlement will be affected.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARITIME STRIKE. SERIOUS PHASE OPENS. Seamen Involved. OWNERS MAKE FINAL STAND. To Secure Peaceful Working. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

MAEITlESTRIKEr SERIOUS PHASE OPENS. Seamen Involved. OWNERS MAKE FINAL STAND. To Secure Peaceful Working. SYDNEY, Wednesday. ?Mr. Dillon, of. the Australian Steam ship Owners Federation, said - to-day ?that, there was no news as to the pro gress or. the shipping dispute. The whole matter was now boine fought out. between the chief representatives of the ship owners in Melbourne and the stewards' representatives, who would soon be joined by other union represen tatives, owing to the new phase which has come into the dispute. The owners wero adamant. Early in the dispute the London di rectors who control the biggest part of. the ships, intimated that they had made up Ihoir minds that this would be ihe last of the shipping industrial trou bles in 'Australia. The Australian own ers asreed with them, and for that reason the ships were laid up. and the owners refused a conference with the stewards. They were not anxious for a sottlomeut with the stewards until they had got .some safeguard...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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FOUND SHOT. LICENSEE OF ROYAL HOTEL. Tragical Affair at Tamworth [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

FOUND SHOT. LICENSEE OF ROYAL HOTEL. Tragical Affan at Tamworth \ sid shooting ifnn occuned in Timwoith last nifeht ibout 7 1'5 when Mi M J Hughes licensee of the llovnl Hotel was found in on-s of tho loonib Will a bullet wound tlnougli the foie noid iho cacumst incps suiioundmj, the dffaii aio a mysteij The onlj en liphtoiiinent w is ^i\en u- i tuond ot Mi Hutheb who wis with Ml Hugbeb it the iic.es and subsequently at the hotel At 10 o clock last night Al Hughes wis in a ciittcal condition at Iho hospital ind \\ ns not ^expected to i\e Mi D Keains ]) opiletoi ot the Locoinotn e Hotel Wcms Cicok, who ib i peisonil nicnd ot All Hughes stated 'hit he came home ton the i ices with him jebte.daj sTliey had^been Ihoth U\s At ibout hilfpast be\en they \eie waiting for JU llunhrs to comp down to diniiei Ho camo down and put his -head aiound the coinoi ot tho dining loom dooi All Koarns said Come on Mick/- lot usr Inn e some din upi ' (Mi Iliiehes'' smiled and lepliod 'Oh ail iteht I will ...

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D'ANNUNZIO ON TOUR. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

D'ANNUNZIO ON TOUR. (Published in 'The Times.') LO^DO^T Tuesdij The 'Times' Milan correspondent sayii D'Annunzio has left Fiume by motor with i pasbpoit to Swit/eiluul Sp lin Gieeco md France.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

_i 1 SITUATIONS WANTlTor ? ~ kins. Post onico. Tamwortli: U ? _\ FOR SALE. ~ ' -rm-Z\-. (1' ^est Tamworth. e'& ° '- Cca?ioiml Tables- Baby?s cimirs ^9S) y?' ?l P'ler'H. TannvorthT'^iVnTcRs ? R'^ea. Chains. Boots, stovos. Coppers nnO , stando. Sma-er Srnohlnes. o.-irta of Si in' .JTnrness, -R«flBS_and Bicycles. lty TOR SALT] nt P. VrPipe'r's Tol ''-'»' Tnm' wcrth. Wardrobes. Dressers, oik ™a [ n'atlonBf.'hS^a'1'^VI,r-J ^ttr^ne?. ? Combi- nation Chests. TVns)istan-ls. and all kinds ^2!-Jlow, u-yrT secondhand furniture. ^ F?^ v,? £fjE''7'Tan,ks~. ' TanlcSr Tanka7~mTdo i CASUAL COLl^l .# KOU- SALE.— Olass, Glass, GlaiiB^.-Cutito orOer, i»ny size. Taylor 'Bros., ? Glaziers, Peel-street, Tamworth. : . i . ' FOR SALE.— Plow Shears to fit any plow, :.. steel _or cast. _ J. Carralcliael. Tamworth,. FOR' SALE.— 12 inch 'Double ' Bagger Chhff _Cjmm^X_Carmichacl;_Tamworth.' . .'. -.-.- FOR SALE.— pic-w Discs to 'fit any inaice^f plow. New anil second hand. J. .Car michael, Tamworth. .^_...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

CASUAL COLUMN. ? 1 ? J!iqSlTIO^a_VACANT. ^NTED.— Teacher SubaWlBed~School7'iiro'- RANTED.— Share-farmer witlTWanl^'fS'r ^VrSmE°'^A^Ho'Bel''m-'ttlmai-ess.':7iiinTi ^^m'^ -Apply, with references to Jti-s 1VANTBD.'— An~eldor!}~man or oia-aKe »cn ' I ^'t/b ? ^f^r^^ °1-- job.f VZ. mwrn-n' Lender' Office, Tamwortl). VSA^TED —Gonernl. no laundry. -light' au

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CLEARANCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

CLEARANCE SALE. Attention' is drawn to Mr J -'h ' Payne's-, clearance sale advertised ' in I this issud ; to : take place at 'his -'farmj four miles, from Duri, on the ? Gowrie ' Road, on Saturday next at i nim. Mr ' j-ayne is. relinquishing . fai-ming, and ! taking anv extended. -holiday, 'and the whole of the .?plant and st'orR'advertiaed ! are for absolute . sale. Everyliiing is in I first-class order; also the Ford car? To I purchasers of machinei-y or horses toi the value ; of £25;: or rover, owner 'will allow; three ; months approved bills, and-; the.; harvester and 'binder, wiliv be1 sold I on 12 moirths approved bills; .The oat-' tie are a y good : lot, and. ; include^ 'some 1' good quiet milkers. ' The auotioneers I are Garyin .and Cousens, IAd., aud the sale';;starts at-:i;-p.in;' sharps ;:'..' - ' /.'^ 1

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WEDDING. Bushell—Manning. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

WEDDING. Bushell— Manning. . A. very pretty wedding took place in the : Methodist Church, .. Curlewis, on Wednesday, the 12tih inst, when Arthur Hedley Bushell ? (late sergeant A.I.F./., sixth son of .Mrs. Bushell. . Hornsby, and: Hannah Ballad Manning, youngest daughiter o!f Mr. Joseph Manning; «f 'The Pines,'.' Curlewis,' were united. The; Rev. P.. H. Black ,of Gunnedah offi ciated! 'The ..bride --was.-- given away by her ; father'; and . was very prettily dress ed in white' crcp.e-de-chene, '? inlet with hand-worked . la!ce;; and insertion. She carried a' rwre-^.th-.of. while roses, etc.; rhe ribbdW-iittache'd being.af the colors of the-bridegrpom's 'battalion. '. This .-ivas a pjit of ? the. brirle'rrnnm 'js/mcf'-aim1 the .bride's diamond ring. Miss; Gwen Hathaway-and; -Miss .M.. Jeavons acted as bridesmaids The . bridegi-oom present ed very nice gold brooches to each of the ? bridesmaids. Mr. P . Manning (Corporal late A.I.F.) acted as best man; supported by Scout R. Spencw. Ne...

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CHARMIANS LOVERS. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XXIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. , By ANNIE HAYNE8. Author pf 'Lady Carow's Secret,' 'Cicq ly Vlburt's Love,' 'Poolprlnta of :Pato,' etc., etc. (COPYRIGHT). CUAPTBK XXIII. 1 ''Asleep, is she?. -Well, that will hoi the ))es,t, thing for her, 1 daresay.' 'And the ..Dowager X-iady McJntyre plu'mped herselt do.wn la an easy chair, arid un tied her bonnet strings. 'And now, ?young woman, .bit'1 down and tell, me as- much of the rights of this bad business us , you can. You are a friend 'of Char liilun's, ,1 undei stand.' VYes! A — a lelative.' the tonguc-tiecl Millicent- mumbled. Sitting in Chp.r ?mian's morning room, alone with her ?'husband's redoubtable grandmother, she wa$ us shy as the veriest schoolgirl. She was still wearing her blue serge gown and brown overall. Every vestige of crimp was out ol her hair now, and it. was. simply coiled in a big yellow knot on the nape of her neck. Her face looked all the younger for 'the change, and her big blue eyos were very honest and straightforward. -It w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

Common tea has a *''*', lot of tannin in it. The ?} ' r . ' tea-taste develops first ; then the tannin comes -' ' ' along. If you steep it only \ p ir, ' long enough to draw- '/.' out the tea, you get - -'?'!: weak tea. If you let it steep longer, the tannin ';?,', (harsh - puckery taste) completely smothers the - ' tea-taste. Fine tea, like Bushells; contains very little tannin. If you steep it right— not too long — you skip' the tannin ^. ,, altogether. You get i /- . ? nothing but delicious, ; invigorating tea from Bushells. % 26 *'l ? TT~qJ'__j ? ? I ? ?iinmi— l» ' v/l I / — III'!!!' your ^ea''^ or y°ur cJl L ',1 iljl cooking when you use tj If Aunt Mary's Baking Powder. i i i „ !.' 's the direct product of ihc g-ape- — . , , ,: .;-.; ?.. miflc from pure cream of tartar. It goes twice as far'as inferior'Vphofplmte' preparations. Use only Baking Powder ,, i__ SAVE THE LIDS. £1C0 IN CASH PRIZES. 1 1 ? .L- CHABLES T0N6 i ji_ h ? ? j flJF (Hts On Lee Lona)- j CHINESE HERBALIST. *- '...

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A.L.P. WILL FAIL. Opinion in Political Circles. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

ALP WILL FAIL ? i ? Opinion in Political Circles SYDNEY Wednesd u Opinion is glowing In politic il ciiclco that tho ALP will fill in its effoitb to roeice the Gov&inmont to comply with itb demands As i les-ult theie will bo no meeting of Puliuuent until the Pie miei l etui us fiom Engl md ind no ap polntmonts to tho L(gislitnc Council Mmibtois ne moie dcteunmod ii possible thin e\ei befoie to lesist tho domandb of the E\ecutive ind o\poct i t,ood m ijoiJtv at- tomoiiows mooting It Ins been impossible loi the Piennei to get ,i pm md '\ i Sloioy will not consent to lei\o tlip puty m i po--ition wheio it mischt bo Umled^fiom office TIip Go\einoi is ilso, opposed to mik ing appointments to tl o Uppei Ifouse it llio piobent timi

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

HOSTILE RESOLUTION SYDNEY Wedncsd 15 The Gianville Libor League his cu upU i lesolution lequebting the loeil mombeijj Messi s L ing md El\ to sup port the ALP E\ecuti\ e

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