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WHEAT GUARANTEE. STATE'S FAILURE TO HONOR PROMISE. Federal Government Blamed. YOUNG, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

WHEAT GUARANTEE. STATE'S FAILURE TO HONOR PROMISE Federal Government Blamed \OUVG Wodncsdi} Mi La/ mini, Liboi AI II 11 foi Mpi nwa dmliif. an addiess to tho taimois at 'Youn0 iPoii(iinb tho tlnmcuig of the vheit hanest, dcclired that the red eial -Go\eniinont w is lesponsibie loi tho Stale s ruilure to find the halt eiown i biibhel tuaianlood bj New South Walea. 'Ihe Tedei il &o\einmont alone had absolute powei or bulking and finance and w'lion tho 'banking institutions were allowed 'by the Federal Government- to1 fool the peoplo by stating that credits were not available, and could not be made available oven to find the full Federal guarantee, how could the Stale be expected to Iind nionoy? Tho Stale Government could not l'orco the Com monwealth Bank to -lo no. The financing and 'banking bill just passed prevented the State from circu lating paper payable on demand. Tho Stale could not even open -a State bank [hat would be of any use. The federal Government was responsible...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Premier's Firm Staid. NO COMPROMISE. Attempts at Conciliation. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

Premier's Finn Staiid, NO COMPROMISE ~ Attempts at Coiicniaiion S\D\EY 'Wednebdiy It was .ibCPit uned todi- tint tully nine^molion- wee suggested it the A UP Confeienoe v jebteidaj Most of( fjiom weie Iii^ihe n-ituie of a com - piomiso^but jmiinlv owing to the spirit I ed arguiiients^oF the Piemiei, non' \ ere submitted ,, „ ^ , At one stage All Bnllev asked the Piomier if some undeistanding could not be mned it which would pitch up 1 liuee Afi stoiev wab emphatic md lesoluteiv apcllncd to come down torn hu ('f^mt ittitude Ho bliteri that it (he Almibtij wab to be defeated ll mife'it. just ab well be beiten bv the \LP ps bj, P^iluunent Ho howevei, believed the majonty of the Pa. t\ \.ould stind b- the ministiy 'Mi r Buiko submittod_ i motion that the pai ly should abide 'by Uie de cisions pf ,tho -£~Xi P Executive, but as so \manj wpio opposed to such i com plet» sin render to tTie junta it was sug gesled that mother attempt should be made e»!tl ei to concillite the exptmtive oi to ...

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LIQUOR POLL. Protest from Church Conference. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

LIQUOR POLL. Protest from Church Conference. SYDNEY, Wednesday. At si rally of members of the suburban Churches of Christ a resolution was'unni mously adopted protesting against; the abandonment, of the prohibition -referen- dum and demanding that the Govern ment immediately reconsider the matter and- fix the date according .to the terms: e. the Liquor Act. . . ;-.-. . '?-;::?.-; v-l

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LATE TELEGRAMS. Australian People. ENGLAND'S HIGH APPRECIATION. Archbishop's Experience. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

LATE TELEGRAMS. Australian People. ENGLAND'S HIGH APPREGIATJOn! Archbishop's Experience. v ; SY DN 15 Y,.- Wednesday; Arciiuibliop Wright, Piimate of Aus-. Iralia, speaking at the Millioits Club lunch to-day, said that UVfe. years ago ho and Mrb. Wright landed in Austra lia. \\ heir ho was in England ire deem ed it a gicaC privilofe- to say Uiat lie ivas an Australian aichblbbop. '. ? .Thc- English people said they would, neVer lorget 'tho-charactoiistics at Aus Iralian, soldiers. They hud ingmtiated themselvcb with 'the English people, who regarded them us brave, generous/ nnd warm-hearted. Australia was held fill high appreciation at Windsor Castle, iind. llie; Prince of Wales had lost none of, his interest. . -?He': had.visited most of the world cen i-.res.iybiit, had no doubt about Austra lians, future. He liad been over de VKstafed France,-- and liad seen the ox iraqriiinary. efforts or that nation, which was now a blood relation. Hia obscrvp. .ions in England led him to believ...

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ENGLISH COMMENTS. Unpleasant Shock to Critics. Armstrong's Ability. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

ENGLISH COMMENTS. Unpleasant Shock to Critics. Armstrong's Ability. (United Service.) LONDON. Tuesday, Hit ncwhpapiifa bliek l\pe be ulino of yesterday, 'England's Commanding Position,' were displaced this morning 0y 'England's. Third Test Hope: uauueu. The complete change in the- aspect of the mulch came ns an unpleasant shock to critics. They do not attempt to fore cast the result, but devote their atten tion to considerable prai.se of Arm strong and IColloway. The former is hailed by the 'Evening News' as poi-~ siblV the greatest all-round player at the present moment, and Buys tliat tlio older lie gets the more wonderful- Im- provement is shown. His innings la described as masterly. The ''star' states that Armstrong Is among ^the greatest all-rounders who have ever played. Kelleway Is warmly, commended for his careful and aceiir- J alo 'bnttins.

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

MR. ESMONDE. S.VDNEY, Wednesday; Tho Acting-Collector of Customs' re marked this morning .that. th.e only thing? for Mr. Esmond© was to .'choose ;' his method of leaving ihe.Commoiiwdalth'. Officers of tho Department were guard ing' him, and would continue to do iso un til the ship that would take him away sulcd

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PREMIER FAREWELLED. Enthusiastic Gathering. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

PREMIER FAREWELLED. ^Enthusiastic Gathering./:: ?;???.. V'; '?' .:-k' '?'.' SYDNEY, Wednesday^ '-? Mr.- Storey -'wmis Riven- an (enthusiastic fare-ivoil;last night by about 120.; busihess meri; ot;.;,'1.1ie; city.Wand represerita.tiv.es. :oi sporting -bodies.'.-- The Speaker- ;6f .' ther Legislative Assembly presided, iind. ?the gathering included the Lord ! Maypr.' ; ; J : Mr. Storey was wished 'eve^ry! success in. his financial mission, and was :' pre;' ?scnted with a .pair of field glasses. ? '

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LABOR CRISIS. EXECUTIVE'S VIEWS. Sure of Victory. TUESDAY'S MEETING OF PARTY. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

LABOR CRISIS. : -EXECUTIVE'S. VIEWS; ? '?? Swre of Victory. w ^TUESDAY |S MEETING* 0^PAr|Y; SYDNEY: Hveilneaila v: According^to- liTepbfir wliich'' emiinal-' ed frdni ,. lIcDp'nriell -, House 'i' this morn ing,1 the first round of the figliE between the -Exeautive/.of ';Vlie. A.L.P. 'and--tlie '. Parliamentary Labor Parly has been I won by thc'Hxecutive. ?? I ??-. -JiiXecutivo. members are Inking ? very | little notice of reports to the effect that Air. Stcrey has the upper . jiand.' They declare tljat at yesterday's debate or the Parliaimontary Labor Party the, sup porters of the Government;; iiirorder to avert defeat had, to use the' words; of an Executive member, to get out of the ring. . . ,, ? ,,,,,, ,.. ;.,?.;..;.-'.. ? ; 1 - Messrs. Biiiley; 'ah'd Molesworth' left' the meeting just-before. 2 o'clock, .and it. is understood they will submit a re-! port -to the AU.P. this afternoon.' j Tho impression that the Government is holding out- firmly against the A.IJ.P.' Executive is g...

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MURDER APPEALS DISMISSED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

MURDER APPEALS DISMISSED. (United Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. Field's', and Grey's appeals' were dis missed. Both, showed extraordinary composure'and unconcern. The former left the court smiling brightly.

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MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

MARKET REPORTS. i The Australian, Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Ltd.; Wool report to Jan uary as, 1021 : In the absence of the auction sales at the present time, in Australian centres, interest is centred in the opening of the first series or London, sales, which took place on the 11th inst., when the catalogues submitted were comprised of Government owned wool-!. Our caltrle advises that there \v;i ~v ! attend ance of- home buyers v.'i ai : .o foreign section was not so w; : ; wanted. Prices on the opening ua-y \.uiu easier and the percentage of withdrawals again unduly heavy, but this is. said to be explained by the Government Having still thought fit to hold their wools at figures above those which the Trade are prepared to pay, and auctions conduct ed under. these conditions are always more or less at a disadvantage. Later in the series, sales of wool direct from growers will take .place when it is probr a,bj« the bidding will be freer and- re- sults better. ??'.,- : In the ...

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

MUNICIPALITY OF TAMWORTH. Fencing Posts. .. Tenders are invited' -up; to* 12 o'clock ' noon of Tuesday 25th January for the ] supply of 15.0 fencing post^. ; Specification at .Council Chambers. i The lowest or any,, tender not neces sarily accepted-.' ' . Council Chambers, January 19,, 1921. ?? '' Vv'GtTY- KABLE, Town Clerk.7 ? | TENDERS. TENDERS are linvitetl for Painting inside anil out the Grand Central Hotel, Gunnedah. Particulars from - ? - T. J. LORENZO, Proprietor.

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APPLE TRADE. Serious American Competition. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

APPLE TRADE. Serious American ' Competition. (Heuter's Telegram.) iLONDON;. Tuesday.. Covent Garden experts state that ow ing to the apple slump' the best Ameri cans are being withheld from English markets until the end of May. They will compete seriously with early Austra lian arrivals. Excellent apples will .presently be re tailed in London at 3d a pound, com pared with the former control price of 9rt. ' ? ?? ? '?'' '?'? ?'? ' ;.--?? ''

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Mr. Oswald James Quinn, Walgett. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

Mr. Oswald James Quinn, Walgett. The death is~ reported or Mr. Oswald James Quinn, dt Wavehill Station, Queensland, on 3rd December, 1920. The late Mr. Quinn was the eldest son of the late Mr. James Quinn, formerly of Yarraldool Station, and Mrs. Quinn, now or Sydney, an,d was bor,n at Yarral dool about forty years ago, but after spending his early life with his father on iYarraldool went to Queensland where most ,qf his. life was spent. Sbon after taking up his residence in the latter State, he managed Auburn Station, and later in the sauie capacity went to tho Ord. River Station, a property of some six million acres,, and. .situated in the northern portion of Western Australir. When war broke nut. he left An&traiin ^yith a section of the Australian Artil lery. He was subsequently wounded, but later returned to ''.Us regiment, and soon after was severely gassed, bciiiR the only man of his section of twenty two to escape immediate Ta,tal consequ ence!!. \% was this' later wa...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

TO THE EDITOR. Correspondents, are asKed io expren themselves briefly. , Letters 6hould not exceed half a column in length. THE PRICE OF PROHIBITION/ - Mr. J. A. Graham. Bangalow, writes: I Your leader' in issue of 13th inst. on i prohibition gives me. the impression that you are working against your con victions. The idea of paying 'too much' for the 'eradication of the drink evil is ial phase i can't grasini Tf y.ou Bod a can.: cer, what would you consider 'too much' .for having it removed? What is | £32,000,000 to a State like ours? Be fore the war we imagined, we had no money, but look at the £220,000.000 we dug up. And if the Germans came again— so would ? we. Please do not be little our wealthy heritage by. crying' about a paltry £12,000,000.' You think Uie non-payment of compensation would 'ruin thousands.'. How many thous and lias drink ruined? The brewer's 'ruin' is only financial; the drunkard's family's 'ruin' is bodily. Which is the State's greater asset; the brewers or ...

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

Ison s Open-Air Pictures TOpHT; THURSDAY, JANUARY 204^^ JPJM. He nw2 one morning 'la the f»-t Miat his fath er had hivned Jjirn out . That- he was broke, mid thnt he would have ;to;,go ,to Wpi.k. .And - ii was a tUing he had nevnr attempted Ijefore. . AUSTRALASIAN FILMS LIMITED PRESENTS J WARREN KERRIGAN, IN AN INTERESTING STORY 'THREE X GORDON,' 'IN THE PINCH,' 2 Reel Comedy. - ALSO 1 'THE FEAR WOMAN,' ' ' By Izola Forrester Directed by John A Parry. * THE CAST. Helen Wmlhiop k ' 'Tanline Piednick llobeilCLng , ? ,,v . 3t0nw&I'S Hnmson Wmthiop Bmm«H ^ Sidney hcxii .. ? Ham' S Norllrup Biuee Tezhune, . ? E^st Pi^uc 'Stella Scan * ?? Beverh Tl^el^ Ati-, ITonoiali l^i^ell . Lydia Yenmnns Tihis 5 REEL GOLDWYN PRICES: 6d and I/, Plus Tax. FRIDAY'S HITS. 'BRASS BULLETS,' Episodes 9 and 10, in 4 Parts 'BARE FISTS,' in 6 Reel Universal Feature. ... , GINGHAMS! TUR FROCK MATERIALS AT THE SERVICE STORE, As a Washing Fabric there is nothing so good or so serviceable as 'GINGHAM.' Pay ...

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

CHOICE FARM, DURI DISTRICT. 'For offer apply to : ' —'-:?? . ? ? ; ..?-- - -? , ? ' GARY1N AND COUSENS, LTD.. TAMWORTH. CHEAPEST COTTAGES OFFERING, . |!j :?:??'?:? ? .Handy Situations.. - .. -. -.' '? V^REA : J Jcre of Land. Nice BriclTcc^: 4 rooms,- kitchen, electric light :ARPA ? 1 a r J ,0n\,r0uth0llses- Prico- ^480 Cash. ^^o^i^t^hc^it-' CP«a^.; containing 4 rooms.and over, AREA : L^fl? Land'-' .4-roo,raed W-B- Cottage, kitchen, verandah back and ^ pop er setfm' e^ct'-ic ]i?ht, water laid on.' Every ' convenience. ? . Telephone connected, Price,. £600. Terms can be: arranged. ,. .- ' For, .ofters or further particulars 'apply :.- 'v .... ' , ., ?-.'. MAHONY AND CO., Property Salesmen, Tamworth. - £. 'PHONE 161. -, ;.; - s CHOICE PROPERTY TO LEASE. ??'??fei-i:i« MOREE DISTRICT. 5430 ACRES SETTLEMENT LEASE, 20 Miles from Railway. Well improved and watered by bore drains. Good Homestead. Country open'black. urn. r. S01' piains' nice|y shaded and splendidly grassed. Will Bent for Ter...

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

P. G. .Smith's Ltd ? & WHERE iGOOD JUDGES OF GOOD GOODS GO. ; .*!'£ 10 1 Cash Discount |a)| STIRRING BARGAINS. ^ W ? f ? ' *^;t' V*' ^!t% ^ 2/ in the £ off everything except Proprietary Lines. Sale Prices ' . , off thousands of other lines. :-ri?i?:?-s«S 2/ in the £ off Drapery and Fancy Goods. * ^ \ 2/ z *he £ of Millinery and Show Room. ^; ^ 2/ in the £ off Mercery, Clothing and $hirts.{ a|i V 2/ in the £ off Boots and Shoes, etc., etc. ; ,-;i, ^i SPECIAL BARGAIN TO BEAT THE BAND. |3§ IN ALL OUR DEPARTMENTS. ^aiB& - ? . ?:- ?'?).-'' ?':'; \.-.;... i ' . . ...'... :..i;..-.iJ.-;?ici??.;. SOME DESPERATELV PRICED LINES OF DRESS GOODS. '\ !.^ HARD WARE BARGAINS ARE; HUMMING. H^Bfe COME AT ONCE— Thousands of Satisfied Customers were in thii-;;;1^-, ? ? ' ' ? . ' week. ?'? ' ; '::''dJL P.G.SMSTH'S,Lt|l j ?'? ;? 'WHERE -4 BIZ BUZZES/'' \.- . --^4 '^ SYDNEY. TAMWORTH. : ! LONDOI^r 1 BOTTLES I 1 ?i— — i— — — — — — — — ^ i— im ? -V^ir.i .'-'.?' f ' ; ,..uCj. Customers are re...

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ARBITRATION METHODS. A.W.U. BALLOTS. Majorities in Favor. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

ARBITRATION METHODS. A.W.U. BALLOTS. Majorities in Favor. SYDNEY, Wednesday. The result of the ballot which askea members whether they favored the con tinuation of arbitration methods, or ue -li ed other means of gaining their ob jects; has been announced by tlie cen IjiI branch of the Australian Workers Union.'. ..''V ' The figures are: ? in favor of Arbitration .. 2-10-1 . Against ?..,„ ...., ._'. '.,, ... .... ? ? :l679. I nfonnal /'. '..'.' V. ;'-.'..-';; ?.? X, TotdVlXs'ly^p?.-., ?:':'?';?:? B983; '.,., Tlie:: Railway;- Workers' seo.tlon of the A M\U ;.aiso';;retunied! figures in; favor, ol, Vi oitrationv-tlie vdtiiis'being: ; . For ' .i^^i'lV-V::;: .. ''.: '^68 Against.- '^r ;.'....-. .. 2080 :,' In ?tlii.s.'iiislarice there wore' 370 infor uiiil lybtes. v';':%:':'' 1| '.''

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COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Further Sultry Weather Likely. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Further Sultry Weather Likely. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Pressure note: .Since 9 ,a,m. on '^uca'; tin some slight easting 'has oecurrod in the pressure system over Australia although over New 'Zealand and in tli« lxIi Bine south west corner barometric values have increased, thus suggesting an expansion of tlie 'high' in a soutn tnijtorly direction over the former re; gion, and the approach of a new 'Wgn - in the vicinity of Albany. The centro of the eastern 'high' is shown over the Sont.li Tasman Ss»- about 500 niiws east of its 'former 'position. Tho soriw of tropical dips and depressions are again in evidence' over the eastern arts of the Continent, the chief trend being south-eastwards from the terri tory through the western districts ot the Kastern States, whilst anothor sec tion passes through the more eastern regions. , Indications favor some further scat tered rain and thunder, but chiefly » the eastern parts, - otherwise warm to hnl and sultry, with northe...

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

fflaammannaunnHaiimaggHfiie ? a ? afeHagHHHHitB^ffia^HgKffl^^siBaHisnrenagiaiaa^ I -I i 'puc c Ml I E5 i1 I III MU— a JTta ? m. | | ,,..^rw'.'. ?'£.') I r 111 ? 1 I , , ?;?-,.. , ?? T | THE' BARGAlri BkLlj STARTS RINGING AT 9 A.M. j I PRICES PITILESSLY PINCHED ON ALL GOODS. I MICROSCOPIC FIGURES PLACED ON EVERYTHING; | I ? .,:i;;.;;; :. j I 1 CHARLES REGAN LIMITED, | PALACE OF TRADE, . : I I;;;;;:;:;:;;: ? iKa5iS»»»£5S-Hi5SSS£S5SniSH ? SiS!:' ? S»S::::3»%»i» ? ii::!' ? ;S! ? iiiBSSHSaSiagESiSKSs/ | — ? - ? - ? - ----- :?? 1 MAKE A NOTE OF THIS! 1 GUS REGAN'S SPECIALITY HOUSE I GREAT CLEARANCE SALE I COMMENCES FRIDAY NEXT, JANUARY 21st. . | SWEEPING REDUCTIONS ON PLAIN FIGURE PRICES. I Remember we hold only Two Salgs Yearly, at the end of each Season. I Hence our Stock is always Clean, Fresh and New. .. . ' | Extra Speclai Reductions at This Great Clearance.1 ( G us. Regan's | illinery and Specialty House TAMWORTH. ! Thibault's Limited I ? ADVERTISE TO-DAY, A FEW OF THE MANY i GENUIN...

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