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NORTHERN OBITUARIES. Mrs. Anna Isabel Ramsay, Red Range. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

NORTHERN OBITUARIES. Mrs. Anna Isabel Ramsay, Red Range. Mrs. Anna Isabel Ramsay, wife of Mr. John Ramsay, of Keil Range, passed away on Saturday utter a long and dfe Iressing illness. Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay Mine to Glen limes from Kempsey about 12 months ago, with the hope that Mrs. | Kamsay's health would benefit by the change to a cooler climate. The. decea sed, who was GS years of age, leaves two sons and two daughters, Mr. Allan Ram-i «ay, who recently left Red .Range for Inverell, is a son. The other, children are: The Rev. Ray Ramsay, Grnfton, John, Kempsey; and Henry who died at the front, Mrs. Beaton, Dungog, and Miss Ramsay, Red Range.'

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FATAL ERROR. Death through Burning. TEMORA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

FATAL ERROR Death Through Burning. /,;,?, :] TEMORA. Wbdnesdav. A bUiViiing accident resulting in the death ol George . lAIiller and severe burns to J.. Slade, bfcurred at Ardle than. ' . ;,?. _ ' 'Slado, who is. supervising enKineor at tne silo, construction works, was mak ing a lire in. a boiler. .. He picked .up a tin) of. bonzlne,. thinking it was kero sene, and poured the contents on the tiro. Immediately there was a loud ex plosion. The; clothes ; both of .Miller and Slade bocambighiled.' Miller was so badly 'burned that he died a rew ;houra later. Slade is vro fp-oHssing- favorably towards rocovoiy.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATEST Unity of German Tribes. EBERT ISSUES MANIFESTO LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

THE LATEST Unity of German Tribes. EBERT ISSUES MANIFESTO (Ueuter's Telegram). ' .. . . . LONDON, Wfidn™,!,.,. center's Berlin corresponfent ,vi 's Herr Eberl. issued a manifesto on It occasion of the 60th anniversary of Jf. bmpire, extolling the unity of the fir man tribes and bewailing the semrf tion of their compatriots, particularly He adds: Despite the,. differences 'in political and economic vviews,. frohtlcN shall not divide us. The uuily Of Z Fatherland is van articlo of laith and narnest hope for us all.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Langdon Shooting. MAY OPEN SIBERIAN QUESTION. Japs. in Vladivostock. TOKIO, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

Langdon Shooting. MAY OPEN SIBERIAN QUESTION. Japs, in: Vladivostok. (United Service). . ... :H ::? ; TOK1O, Wednesto. Tbe paper 'Nichi Nichi' comments upon the apparent A,mericnn' desire to use the. Langdon case to open ihe en tire Siberian' question. u say3 nle Japanese right: to remain at. vin,ii=vn stock for self-defence is already recoc I nised, Ihereforc its questioning now I might precipitate a serious .diplomatic I argument, which America should know I enough to avoid. . I The 'Ilesei-vistH' Associaiion at Tata- 1 raatsu is sendins;a protest against the B reported order to sentries not to chat- 1 lenge the Americans. It says that such I are derogatory to tile Japanest ;irniy'3 I spirit. I

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTHERHOOD BILL. PREMIER AND DR. ARTHUR. Trenchant Criticism. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

MOTHERHOOD BILL. PREMIER AND DR. ARTHUR. Trenchant Criticism. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Some . caustic comments were mads by the Premier to-day in reply to tho cnticism by Di\ Arthur and others con, cerning the Government's intention over the Motherhood Endowment Bill. He said: 'I have been informed by some of the gentlemen who were- on the committee to formulate a scheme ol Motherhood Endowment that one ot the reasons why the committee carried on desultory conversation was tlie pre and families. ' 'It i.s definiloly stated that on that committee, where there was no press and no limelight. Dr. Arthur was more deeply concerned 'with amending the Bc:ml of Trade order to savo the em ployers of the State £6,000,000 which would be taken out of the pockets of the workers, than with th.e endowment scheme itself.' Tho Premier added: ''Does Dr. Vithiir think'' the public forgets Ms sworn oath, in which he Btated that 25/ a w-eek was' sufficient to maintain a worker and his family? Does le think j h...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Mr. William Hughes, Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

'Mr. William Hughes, Tamworth. The death occurred on Monday at the Quirindi Hospital of Mr.' William Hughes an, old resident of Tain worth. Rev. Father Harrington administered the last sacrament of the church prior to h is death. Deceased, who had reached G7 years, was the. father of Mrs. A. E. Uoolan. of North-street, Quirindi. The funeral took ' place' on Tuesday nifter nnon, tlie remains being laid to rest in the R.C. portion of the local cemetery.

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Mr. Henry. Devine, Kayuga. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

\. Jr. ^Henry^DevIne, Kayuga,' ' ?Thp-'ftm'eral 'of' the late Henry Devine, who died suddenly at his residence at KavuKa. near Muswellbrobk, on Friday morning last, took place -6n 'Saturday auemoon. The body was , conveyed to Muswellbrook and laid to rest in the Church' of Engiand cemetery,, the, service in the mortuary chapel and at ttie grave Kiuo being conducted by Rev. B.C.. Wil son. Deceased, who was 68- . ;y'ca'rs , oE ?-ee, had lived at Kayuga for JQ.'^eai:^ He had not been enjoying very good health Tor some timo.: -On the morning '1 his death he' wont to the milking yards, about two miles, fromi his home, 1'Ut complaining of. jfaelinK unwell -was ?Irlvpn home, where shortly afterwards lie expired, the cause of deatli being heart failure. He leaves a widow and I ?fntnily or five daughters and Two son!:. All his brothers and sisters and a]so h- children were present- nt the funeral.. Hip. deceased, who was born in Mnit-' 'imil, was one of a numerous family and pun of the late ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Mr. Ralph Dawson, Saumarez Ponds. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

Mr.. Ralph Davyspn, 'Saum.ar.ez... Ponds. Mr. Ralph Dawsori, o.f 'Millie,' Sau marez Ponds, died in Kiola Private Hos pital, Armidalo, on Saturday morning, after a brief illness.' Mr. pavfson was 67 years of age. and had been ailing for about .six weeks. Heart failure' was \f.\e immediate cause of death. Mr. Dawson was a son of the late Ellis Dawson, of Wyntlella, and a brother of the. late. T. R. Dawson, . wlio iiied about' six' 'weeks ago. Deceased was a native of the Ar mitlalo district, and lived there all his life. He leaves' a widow and 'five child ren — Mr. Joshua Pawson (WyndeUa), and Mesdames Dave Fen-is (Dumaresq), R. A. Bell (Armidale), Jack Dawson (Saumarez Ponds), Mrs. E. A. Dawson ('Treville,' Saumarez ?;. ? Ponds). The funeral on Sunday was largely- attended, t,he remains being interred in. the Church of England cemetery,' yen. ' Archdeacon johnstone, assisted by Rev. H. S. Bun tine, conducted the funeral /service.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL AND HIDES. Pre-War Prices Predicted. Views of New York Importer. ARMIDALE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

WOOL AND HIDES. Pre-War Prices Predicted. Views of New York Importer. :.'..» . ARMIDALE, ; .Wednes'day.' : Mr. Alfred H. Benjamin, a well known NTewV York importer and 'exporter, in !a ietter to his brother, Mr'/'S.'!);' Bo'hja- iniri; of Armidale, sums ?up-'tlie/' inter- national ' commercial situation/'1'- rMr. Benjamin some months ago accurately forecasted the wool slump; and 'lias1 just returned to America ?from -a tour Ji of Europe. He,predicf3 even further falls in commodities such as wool; fur skins, hides, tallow, etc., 'with corresponding effects on 'secondary industry: ? -^ ?- 'I am confident,' he adits,'- 'that we are going back to; 'pre-war' prices' in espect of wool, and that'rbefore many, months. In fact, prices in general; 'not excluding wages, are?ndw; going to re cede vety rapidly.- ; Rabbit-' skins' ?: are absolutely' unsaleable',' while : dried hides, : whicli; were making 1/ and i/3 per IS in Sydney six months ago, - yd :ucan -no w -; hny [here for 4d: Tallow hns...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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RABBIT PEST. Landowners Cannot Secure Labor. SINGLETON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

RABBIT PEST. Landowners Cannot Secure Labor. ';??..' ' SiNOIjBTON, Wednesday. At the Singleton police court a num., ber', of district graziers and landholders yrere each, lined £20 and costs for hav ing failed to destroy rabbits on their properties. M r. W. J. Crags, for the defence, said it was very, hard to get men now. .The P.M.: '.There are thousands of 'un- employed about. ? M«r. Cragg: If they were offered £5 or more a week they would not go out to those places.;: ' i ? Tlie; P;M.:- There are' no picture shows there, I suppose? .: -Mr, Cragg;. No,; nor two-up schools. '

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TAMWORTH P.P. BOARD. Noxious Weeds Nuisance. Trucking Yards for kootingal. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

TAMWORTH P.P. BOARD. Noxious Weeds Nuisance, rnickinn Yards for kootinual. ? : .'A' .meeting of the Tamworth P. P. Board -was held on Wednesday, the Chairman, ,^Ir. V. T. Paynes;;, presiding over ii full : attendance. : . : : ' ,' ,.'?': ;? : .- ??' ;??? CORKBSPONDKNCli^/.-,::'''' ^ ;' j Tenders;, for the cutting of iljurrs.: from travelling ' stock; resen'es ;; .-\v-ere dealt with..: The: fdllowihg were ?-.-; accepted :— Oari-oll!.: G-ap; , J. Han\-o'od; '':?Menedbri; toiulw for ;-£25; Som! -ton. Bridge,' '.tes ter,;i£l'0;;.Bective,:K;ng,- £30:. ...Ryan's ilesorve, -Arkinstall' and cfiayes, ; :;£40; Dungowan, V Gl ;i MattUews,; ? .£ 3/10. ;Sf '' ; v | :' -in ? reference 'to .theMbuhv'.question, : Mr. i Wilson asked; ?-'?X-. wdhderi 'where- Uio ! buirs :r.ijno..fram?l-AYl have';seen; ,them grow i:-. places that 'have. '-never': khbSvn the pestub.efore.' .; ; ?:?-?.- ???/? -. ?-; . : ??'??.:-.-:...--,-'.-.,v--:-'' ' .Mr. Phillips : Sometirues i thinl- ' t'ii',Vv grow up: without any ...

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HUNTER RIVER CONDITIONS. Wonderful Change. SINGLETON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

\ HUNTER RIVER CONDITIONS. Wonderful Change. ?™7 ''''' 'T SINOLETON, ! Wedne'sdav. ...iue- stock inspector (Mr. G. R. Free |f'»;'«s;»S;S5g.fe feed'. Stock have fallen . in value ^inrt biUtpr lactory. i^ yvot-lth^ ;at^, *§' sure, and, while the prospects were never better, the dairymen will want all they -can get out of the industry to make up for their losses of the past' couple of years. All classes of stock, nre doing well, and it is reported that the stock that were kept back, have I done a gocd deal better than those' that were sent away under starving and .store stock rates. Grasshoppers have made , their appearance in different, parts;' they are reported to have given' trouble at Westbrook, Bridgman, and Coorangoola,. It is difficult to say where they came from, for there have been none in this district for years.'

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WAR ON NEW ENGLAND PESTS. ARMIDALE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

WAR ON NEW ENGLAND |»ESTS. ABMIDAiE, Wednesdav. ,L,ast year, the Armidalo P.P Board expended £1372/13/s in destroying the following noxious animals, and: birds ^?,rn?tlve d°ss. ' G6 native '3og pups; 16JG fox cubs., 984 eagle hawks and 2.60 crows. The number of native dogs for which bonuses were paid constituted a1 .record;'- ? ? . r ./.-. . ? ^ .

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DAIRYING IN NEW ENGLAND. GLEN INNES, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

DAIRYING IN NEW ENGLAND. GLEN INNES, Wednes-lay .Dairymen are having all the best' of it -in 'Glen Innes this year, and are net ting good returns. Most of the cheques represent £3 per cow per month

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NEVER A CROP FAILURE. GLEN iNNES, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

NEVER A CROP FAILURE. GLEN itos'ES, Wednesdav. , It; is estimated that Glen 'Innes has not experienced a crop failure ' during the last 20 years. Mr. D. -r. McGregor speaking at a public function . recently said that the farmers in the district had had half crops and three-quarter crops but .neyer during the period 'had they bad ajuilure. ,.-;,., .,.lj,.;. ? ; ? *?

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

I ? . - - . ? ? . ^j^^fi Clean upwp 'Clever Mary' I - r^mtvVr 1 I * °'l- Kre'*'! '''' Rrime di»«ppc»r like niBgic . ? , „., ^llOltSA^ j 'i ii; w'e« JO«u«o 'ClevL-r AUiy.' ? | , . '£kW?$~-'-'-1 ! I Tty -'} »''-?«'':«'«««-? «iove, .iiilc.. - Iciiclinn ' i -? (ffif/tK' ??'J$~~-'~i M t -'.'!'-'» -»-a paint woik L»e it lo clean the .JJ/'/i^-V; — y .. win-io*«--che tesuh will turpme you. ; &. ' 3:liX0lil 7i 'The Enemy of Crcaso' ' j; -;, ' - T,he following is an extract from 'The Daily Telegraph' January 15. Harvest of Tangled Crops ? The Rock. — A field trial was hold at Mr. Thomas O'Keefe's farm, Avon dale, The Rock, on Wednesday, in the presence of about 200 farmers, to- demon- ? -strate the value of the Sunlight-Taylor header. The teat was made on a cr'op of '.'«?' 1/7; lucerne flattend out by a storm,' and through which a crop of lucerne was vigorously growing to a height o fl8 inches. The entanglement of wheat and luc erne made the task a difficult one. Before the storm the ...

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PRINCE OF WALES. Active Interest in Affairs. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

PRINCE OF WALES. Active Interest in Affairs. (United! Sen-Jce). .„: _'. LONDON. TiiPsHn,., ine i-rinceof Wales has OHtfoueWy ! He. is uttending many public' ensn^P St Vanrd ' g,'Ving Patronage^to0^^ fields of , funds and, public movements ^S^ne'UtiflC-:^n^^ 1 An interesting phase of his life at present is his frequent meetings with the 'wise men ot'lhe 'Empire ' inchid ng ..Cabinet , ministers.™ leadin^oli: Melaiw,-. sciontiRts and Urn elder men pf Fleet .Street.-., . L %:{ ?:,,.., . , ..'...

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HYPNOTISED GIRL. Revolver at Doctor's Head. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

HYPNOTISED GIRL. Revolver at Doctor's Head. I'eun, ,has been.arreslod ;at Vienn^v oi, mmmm SoadU'^0'^.. ??'-«!« old Inr .snoeicreceivedin the war and kil ed to'' dim in Hospital. He gave her the hariu-' less weapon, told li'ef itt / *oot^ the'' ?W9'«-qr,;; and 'ordered' heT ./f Awaken' : n, three days' from1- the. time .of thP ^'suggestion.'', He asseV 'that sn£ Bpent two. days looking fot- the n rofoa ' His; object was to -p'romiUjaV' liie 'pro-/ lessor Avas ^yrong inyiils: conyisUpi? tt£t 17S»#' V-JP;,U8ed %r;-cHniJnalV euas as the, subject-i always has ? : srb-' conscious power *-C, resistance ' ^'P:J h,^^rt^-^dU'illlt''-PeraVns'-cknnot;-,'bo-' for criminal or; immoral purposes

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POTATOES NEED MORE RAIN. ARMIDALE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921

POTATOES NEED MORE RAIN. ARiH©ALE. 'WWinoci-.-., ^xtremely, variable weather has nre or ?O f AmIdale for the last 'week irpliK^^'r^sterS^ ooru ^Z ? laSt W*SS coru amr potato cropa collld sW £

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

I AUCTION SALES. If CATTLE SALE. a _ ? | . Guni)C(lal), Friday, 28th January. |- ; 2 p.m. ...... ?--.., I !.T. H. KING & CO., in conjunction jwilli BEAUOJIMIP.& CO., Gloucester, I will offor, iis above: ..?-. ,:..:,!?.,:?-:? I 50 Pure Hereford, Heifers,; .A2ii'':years# ['??| station bredr; Reynolds' fstrairi.;, ..-&. L',50 Pure, Hereford CowsfM' to 7-';years; I ; same breeding, some calves ac root. Su Durham-Devon Cows and Heifers', ? } somocnlves :at;fopt.,v;.';!i'',:?;i ??\'P.i-:m ]20 Bullocks and Steers,. 2 to 4 years, i weil bred Durhams and Hcrefords. 300 Mixed Cattle, including 'some good dairy heifers, also bullocks, steers ' and lieifers. . . :, - .-.?;? '?' WILL BE CLASSED AND SOLD IN ??? . ? LOTS. ? .:,,;-; .'-,% ,;;: ''fcijtfL'Ewrs'sTqfck sale: TUESDAY, JANUARY 25ih/ 1921. | HEATH BROS, liold (heir foriuiglitly slook sale on the above date, when '?{?hey ivill yard: — . ? ???' .??? .' x ?? ::'.v:: ??? !00 Pat Sheep. ?? . : .; '. ?'--1:. '?? - '????-...

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