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MAITLAND FAT STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
I MAITLAND FAT STOCK MARKET; A J. Kuriglit reports:— 11 00' fat' 'cattib ^yarded at -Maitmnd yards ori Monday last, Consignments comprised alk.de ?-.'-pcriptions fromrealers to heavy weight ? bullocks and cows. Buyers were .in full ationdiinco. The supnly''was in : excess : ;of requirements, with the 'result that piuie cattle were 20/ lower, and 'rou'gli' 'r/'iiml medium 30/ lower...' - ''?? .' : ~- ?'''??' ?'.*: J-f We sold: On account of .A.'O.P.- .AIuii.; fjo, Moree, 30 buliocks to £13/3/6;. a\ei' gaging £17/8/0; H.1 J. Cameron, ? Moree,? |31 steers to £19/1, averaging ?'£15/15;L' #olm Sevil, Gunnedah, 25 steers to £0 PC/, averaging: £ 9 ;. T. P. and J. Grills, SBunsle Gully, 55 steersto £17/8/6;- ay-' gerngins £J5/15; J; P. king. Moree; 'l :V gcows to £l2/3/6;''averagiris £ 11/11, W Ijieifera to £9/16, averaging '£7/18; H. iliradley, Walgett, 13 .mixed, 'averaging: |£8/7/B; W. Wood, Craven, biilloclcs' |£l6/6; Kon. John Jlorrisse'y, bullocks |£1C/I; ID. Fenwick, Aberdeen, 20' mi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
S | FOR DEBILITY. ; ^i|j Dr. Williai^Tpink Pills. % III,™8 is «'e tin^e~o'f the year WhS ll£^y«r(0-D-Ie allov/ thomaelyeB to get ?El' if conmionly: termed a 'run' !K n Condltlon- This means generally'; W™ ilieyare without amtltion. listless, ki rpe «a«'y. ««»p lightly or not at all 'llm jDf t0 ^adaehes and' have -no (Dfinn r,°r their meaK ' Thecondi Wrn ls n»t serious in itself, but it may wfcn^T rDSUlts ^cause the victim's l£ , V° -llsease is ]owere1 ana- the. Hn S??10 -t0 faI1 victim t0 tta iulU. linL?! m',c were '''so who were de^ W 1 u fmi Vbo wero Buttering from K°D5 aUd Weak ^er-nburlshed K™7 ^,tlle time t0 buiia^iipHvbur Wo it . re Wo°a-Tvin; bring-; streugtii I '»,, I ^erv.e8 and to the; Sveakened-or,'. ^mc food Creat° a desil'e for irtbloiv I JrTwm-ls no belter Wood ^«iWer than I st «, T Pink Pi'8- 1'hey contain lit . , , l!lomeuti3 needed to build up liibii v vnd restore th0 5ost coIor and' y Ulit-. New energy -cn-culales through !„ ,} '' 'i(l1 the enriched blood, the Ci S...
TUG FOUNDERS. Pilot Boat Saves Crew and Punt. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
TUG FOUNDERS. . Pilot Boat Saves Crew and Punt. „„ . SYDNEY, Wednesday. ««e tug JJrltanivia, with a crew of Hve, foumered off Sydney Heads about mid 'iS to-day. Tho crew was rescued. h»A rUe- wlth ' Pllllt i» tow, left the biM t r tlle »nirl'ose ot dumping gar It frnt -ll sea- About a '-»e and a Mf from th« shore the tug suddenly be rWRmfh E- and lh0 lue^ers of the lin? »,„? g fc refuee on the Punt. the tow m being severed to prevent the punt & «S8ed to the bottom- ??????-??? on i.n P ot stea!»or Captain Cook set
THE TURF. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
THE TURF. FIXTURE8. ??;'?? :;jANUARr; . 20.-4-N. ami ''--N. W. D. R. Association al : ? ? Tamworth. ? . . . . - 16, 27.— Glen Innes.; ^:j.- . , '?? '??? 26— ?\Vil]a)a'(Bogga^rl)( All Heights. i; 26— BaiTaba1 Hibernian All Heights. 26!— Bendemeer All-Heights'. ?? 2(i, 27. — ^Werris Creek Grassfcds. .29.— Guyja All-Heights. ? , . ,, . FEBRUARY; ? -; '? ' 2, 3.— Uralla. , i- - . 2,3.— Murnirundi (G.F.). ..''. '. ..' ', ., '4,.'5— Warialda All-heights .' ,. - ; ' ' 5— Alexandria' ? Park (Ar'mldale) jS.'.I : heights. , .-...?„?.. -..;,. „,.. '?-?? o.r-Quirlndi :i Grass-feds. -:. --:--,.-,v'.-| 'V-Jvy- '?'9;^10.T-A:rmidaie.,Cup ' Mcielirig.1;?; %?:'?'' 12.— Warwick Turf Club. '. ,12.^Good-vpod,' ? Park All-Heights :?an^ Trotting -'.Meeting...! ?' ''^,i' y '?'?'?XiXlUtH. ': 10, 17.— Quirindi. . . ?:? 24;*25.i:Walfiha Picnic/. ''-.-... .. .?':;:. 28— \'nlchiV:'jockoy Club. ; ; : , [:- ?.',?'/? \:V (By: 'Ppitrel.;' o ,;-'; --v Vv: WARIaLda'aLL. iiEIG^TS MEET ,^-ing.'..^-.,: ,;.;?;.;?#?- ^W ?...
NORTH AND NORTH-WESTERN SHOWS. Fixtures for 1921. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
MOBTH AND NORTH-WESTERN SHOWS. ? ? .-- 'V,Tnr Fixtures for 1921. 'Guyra I'.A. and H. Association, P.' N. Stevenson, secretary, February 16, 17, 18/ .. ? ..... -..?' ,-?'?. . '. ..?'?? '' '? -'.; vlnveroH, February; 22,; 23, .24. ':': :? ? Robertson A. .and II. Association, E . '3.; Martin, ,secr,elaix; February 22, 231 ! , Southern. New England P.- and Aj As sociation (Uralla), H. W. Vincent, . s'ue rofary, Pebruary 22, 23, '24. ? / ': Newcastle A., -H.1 and I. AasociatSon, E..J. Darin; secretary, February .23 to\26'^ ram worth P. and' A. 'Association, F. G. pallaghan,' secretary, -March 1/2, 3./-: t : Tenterfieid iP,.', A. and M. Society,: E. \V. 'Whereat, secretary,. March ,i,-;2; 8'.'* ' 5'Huutci-°Riyer.''A: and H.- Assdcfi'tipn (West Maitland) . E. H. Fountain; !siepro JaV.vV''March';3,-4, 5;'. ; ;- ??'?;?'' :'/-.-':'-';;.'.'J iraien 'Ihnes V.P. and VA. Society, Gpo. ':A;; driest,; secretary-,' 'Marclr'S','.!), ' :iOi'''J''i fe.-1'1 |; Armidale and' NowvEngland./ il^;;¥A^ i'md ;...
£600,000,000 RUSSIA DEAL. Vanderlip Syndicate's Big Slice of Siberia. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
£600,000,000 RUSSIA DEAL.'^ Vanderlip Syndicate's Big Slice of .;'. '.?-.:.?.',. -.Siberia.:- .'; ^.^A '.Mr.; P. A. Vanderlip, the/United -States'' banking, magnate/; has. pbtained;-;a^'cdn^' tession from the' Sovie't Government1 ?; Ji j- ' ?.vhich a large aiicG..of Siberia, including he whole peninsula, of -Kamschatlca. an . area of -400,000 square miles'; pi-acticaliy , 'passes into the 'possession of : a' finau- ; cial syndicate, in wiiich »the ..', leading. jAiuerlcan bankers are''' inierest'ed, v for -' a'O years. '? ;. ;-.\ '-..?'?';''.' .-'1-;'-i-.-....; ? ? In 'tlie next .three' years. Hh'e-'Spyiet: Government is to -buy abdut-,£ 600,000;- . !00 wortli of goods/from 'Mr.', YariclcrlVp'tt' syndicate, : to he ^ paid vforjin vthe -prcr, ducts of the country, including mineral's .-! and furs.' Tho spo'ds rtp;;be -sent 'fronV. the .United States iinciu'de'^millions ? of '' articles for use, in ?restoring, Russia 'to. normal conditions and advancing her' '?'? .0 a condition ot civ...
DARING, ROBBERY. Bandits Get Away with £20,000. VANCOUVER, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
DARING ROBBERY. Bandits Get Away , with £20,000. (Reuter's Telegram.) Vancouver; Tuostiay. . A- Uucagq ^message, says: Under the ; ,'lare .of, several arc' lights four bandits ; ?ob'ied a. United. -States 'mail truck,' se auring. ten' sacks containing money and valuable^ estimated at £20,000.
STOCK AND CROPS. In North and North-West. TAMWORTH DISTRICT. Stock Inspector's Report. Rabbits and Noxious Weeds. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
STOCK AND CROPS. In North and North-West TAMWORTH DISTRICT. Stock Inspector's Report. Rabbits and Noxtous 'Weeds. ?v.At a imeotiug- of '-'the Tamworth P.P. Board' yes terdaj- -the 'Stock Inspector, ;:Jliv',;C.' ;:J^fWopllett, ^presented the 'fol aowing :repprt/~ ':':::- ;! -:.S ??'?'? .-:. ?-./- :;.-w- ' :|,;Har.yeS.tins-.is;almost^completetl.:,The. lisbiiof ihoiidefs'has: be'eri Svth-y : satlsfac-' ftoryVi/iTlirpughput ;the', district the: roads iiavej.^eenf cutn-upj JbyK.tne'.' excessive hwheaiytrafflc. ; '? The ; country; round abuut [?Boggabri, '.Mullaley,.; Gliooli, -. Upland sand [Wynellaissllko a- picture, and though ?tli^grasa'is, drying ;up there is plenty , of Vr.;, i-Rain 'is ?needed';-tp ^freshen the feed. | An -.; increasing area-dr-.? Soudan' grass 'is beiugiigrown:^ .Few sheeprare /seen noiv when compared: with) pre-drought days. Xnotlier;i cause of .---the s shortage is that .?tlitv;VsiUin'p'vin crossbred- wojol has in-, ducea.dwjiers of fatVcrossbrejds to send tliem...
SALE OF "THE GOSFORD FARMS." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
SALE OF 'THE GOSFORD FARMS.' Attention is drawn to an advertise ment, appearing in our columns of : 'The Gosford Farms.' The estate is divided into sections of from five to thirty acres and is ?distant- from Gbsfdr'd -'townshiu-- .loout .three miles,- reached by motor ' service. The Gpsford district is well lenown, especially for its Citrus and fruit orchards and ? garden land Th» , rainfall averages over fifty inches per annum and droughts are non-existent ? Brisbane, water,, a. tributary -of ? the HawkesburyRivor, iscldse at hand, and is a great attraction, for -pleasure'1 parties ! for :fishing, -boating, etc. ,'? :v ', ! . The title tp.,the. land, is Ton-ens -Act i and the terms' 10 -.per cent, deposit; bal- I ance, by equal.. quarterly payments 'ex-H -ending to . fl ve years interest, ' '? 6 jier I cent.. The price of: the Jana is. £20 per ' acre. ,?'??'?'??-?';':? .-,:,.-. :.;. .:'..;.'.'. ' ?' Plans, etc., can he obtained from Mes srs.. Wilkinson Bros., Gosford. . '.:
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
DEATH. &nbsp; THOM. — On 15th January;, 1921, at his residence, ' Venison Street, West Tamworth, -William Thom, aged 90 years. R.I.P. &nbsp; &nbsp; return thanks. Mrs, Thom and family wish to return Sincere thanks for floral tributes, sym pathy, and' help during their recent sad bereavement. RETURN THANKS. &nbsp; &nbsp; Mrs. M Hayes and Family wish to think all kind friends for cards and &nbsp; letters and other expressions of sympa- &nbsp; thy in their recent sad bereavement. IN MEMORIAM. &nbsp; COXHEAD - In loving memory of our dear mother, Edith Coxhead, who &nbsp; died January.19, 1916. 'A. beautiful memory left behind. Inserted by her loving daughter and son in-lav, Ciss and Alf. Cobby. COXHEAD— In loving memory of our dear mother, Edith Coxhead, who died January 19, 1916- Also our darling daughter, Beth Johnston, who died January 15. 1916. &nbsp; Though lost to sight, to memory ever dear. Inserted ...
Mr. William Weir, of Duval. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
Mr. William Weir, of Duval. Mr. William Weir, of Craigdow, Duval, &nbsp; aged 95 years and five months, died at Armidale, on Saturday morning from &nbsp; senile decay. Deceased, who was a na &nbsp; tive of Stirling, Scotland, arrived in Aus tralia in 1853, after a long trip by a Sailing vessel. After spending three &nbsp; years mining in Victoria, He came to &nbsp; New England, where he selected land and settled at his last residence in the &nbsp; mountain, following farming and graz &nbsp; ing pursuits. Mr. Weir married shortly after establishing a home. His wife' died over three years ago. 'A. family of one, daughter (Miss Maggie Weir) ; and three sons (W. R.'Weir, of ' Dundee, James, of Ashford, and John, who resides &nbsp; on the old homestead), besides a &nbsp; number of grandchildren, are left. In the early days, deceased was a' well- known figure in all matters connected; with the rural development of New...
ISON'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
ISQN'S PICTURES. Waullue Prederlck'ss new Goldwyn pic.tui'o 'The Koar \Voman' .comes to Ison's Theatro to-night. \\'ritten by Izola Forrester it Is descidbcd aa u drama of purpose and. power 'and the colorful star is easily tiL-her beKt. as Helen. Winthrop, a 'girl who is haunted by a ' fciu' which she conquers with splendid dramatic effect. With everything a girl could wibh lor feho is miserable lest her fiith,ei'a weak ness Cor ..drink manifests itself in her and destroys ' both her happiness and that!' of. the man she is to marry. Tor tured. beyond,,.endurancp, Helen breaks her,, engagement at the altar, just be fore the marriage is consummated, and sends Robert Craig (Hilton Sells) away trom . her forever. Subsequent episodes 'show the bi^ sacrifice she makes for her. friend Stella Scan- (Beverly Trav 'prs), and the curious situation in -which Helen finds herself at a fashionable hotel.' -She is amused at the amorous 'attentions of a laughable boy, Percy Farwell (Walter fliers) ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
TO REMOVE Cbrna ami- ^'rirts wltliout any humbiiff or disappointment, try a bottle of tho Quuensland ' CaUIoni'an'a rcmarkablo diBcovory, known oh 'Swainp.' .Tust. try mid fob repults. 'Swamp' 1b o'ltninabln | for '1/0 from nil loading chemlats and mores. PoMncu 3d oxtrn. or locally from Ooorce Nankervls. Tamwprtli. PERFECT Biiklne 1m assurgq where M[lt chell's Bo-Peep Bukiiie Powflor 1b UBe'a. | TJdfirn kmiw j Vr~f,r.'.-i~C n.TTiil'~Tv«7w'iii^h |M rpfn^ir | liijj. Is ucononilcaii' und njcUuru'.uly priced, ouvo i-rtse tspelj, ._. ? '_ ? 1 That Boy of line is a I Terror on Boots I School days or holidays, boys are ever on the move, weariny ami tearinn ^; their boots. ' 1 p i Every mother knovys this;. But boys will be boys, so the only way out t ' is to buy boots that wear longer and costless. ^ ! FRANCIS' FAMOUS FOOTWEAR FOR BWS, ARE j. f BUILT OF LEATHER THAT WILL STA® ''STACKS' I OF HARD WEAR. | They are stylish enough to make the. boy proud of bis appearance I ' cheap enough to m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
SEEDS FOR PRESENT SOWING Punsy: Specially mixed packets, cou i.vinins Uie wprhl's best types arid named .sorts: Giant, Rich, Velvety blooms of. every pansy tint, 1/, 2/(i ami ~-/ per packet. Stocks: The world's be&t, large flower; fid, double named sorts, 'in every shade and tint lenown In stocks, mixed, ]/, 2/6 nnd '5/ packet. Glnut Double Wliite Ste-clcs, mixed types, 6d and 1/ packet. Winter, Flowering Spencer Sweet Peas: A j.plondi'd mixture of ovory Ssveci Pea color' and .tint, 1/ and 2/l- packet. Choicest strains o,r Flower Seeds at 1/ nnd 1/6 packet. Auricula, Cineraria, Cyclamen, Deipliinimn, Penbtemo'n, Pe' tunia, Primula, 'Ranunculus, . and 'Ane- hone; Calceolaria,* 2/ pa'cijet., Flower gro'wei-s-J '-who, want only the jest, will lind iii ,the a'bo,ve. strains all that is excellent in each variety. Cauliflowers: Two excellent, lar^e, early sortfa, 'ISarly Italian Giant' and . 'N on Plus Ultra.' These «u-e eminent ly suited to our Australian 'climate,' 3/li ou.,,-J....
THIRD TEST. BATTING TRIUMPH. kelleway 147, Pellew 104. GREGORY KITS HARD. Big Task for Englishmen. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
'Tiiipn tcct iniW Ij&M. ??'-.RATTING TRIUMPH. Kelleway 147, Pellew 104. GREGORY KITS HARD. Big Task for -Englishmen. ADELAIDE. Wednesday. when Kelleway and ? I^ellcw again took up the running this morning Aus tralia still Jiad live wickets in hand and a lead of. 271i' . The , geneial opinion seems to toe that the contest will ex tend well into Thursday, the sixth day. : This' morning it was a case of all ' eyes; on the wicket. The leading play, ers.pt both sides eagerly, scrutinised it , as soon as they reached the ground, and all were agreed that there was still no need for any immediate apprehension, unless, of course, the intense heat of to day bakes it more than is expected The cracks are curlainly widening. ' Woolley started the day's pi-vy, and his third ball wa3 driven straight to the ropes by Pellew. The weather was ex tremely hot. NARROW ESCAPE. When vpellew was ?-4 there was a tingle of excitement, as the batsmau was within an ace of being run' out. Pellew drove on...
Endowments, Lotteries, and Spoonfeeding. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
Endowments, Lotteries, and Spoonfeeding. .'The Labor Ministry persists. in its ?wild cat scheme to raise £1-100;000— ? winch may very soon become twice tliat amount — for 'the purpose or! sub sidising tho mothers of all children ever two to the ago of 14 years, bringing the family income to £6/1/ a week. This benevolence would not be necessary if so many mothers were not herded in the- slums of one congested city, and iC the husbands were not -prevented by bad government from making prosper ous livings in tho neglected interior. The motherhood endowment presirp p.oses that New South Wales is a place of one big city, and that it has no other possible outlets for tho energy and enterprise of the population. ? «' There should be unlimited opportuni sms for tho six persons to the square nulejin this sadly-muddled State; and there would be but for the monstrous and insane policy pursued for- over a hundred yeai;s of draining all the re sources of the State into the commer cial net of the...
SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
-SPECIAL FORECAST. For the Northern Tablelands and North and North-Westem Slopos, sup plied ' to 'The Northern Daily Leader' by the State Meteorologist,' from the latest figures available each afternoon. Cloudy and sultry, with some further scattered showers and thunder. East to Northerly winds. THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. .Vy:T! i THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1921.
SWEDISH LADY VISITS TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
SWEDISH LADY V^ITS TAMy/ORTH. At the Tamworth ? P.P. Hoard; mooting--' yesterday,' the Stoclc Inspoctor. Mr.;;Ci' J. Woollett, reported that during:' tha' month he had received 'a1 visit frem'a Swedish agricultural expert. The visitor was Miss E. Peterson, who is attached to the Swedish ' Drunrtnierit of : Agriciii turn She is also the Swedish delcKate lo tho press conference In Sydney. Part of her duties is to lecture on Australia, and she has been taking trips through out the country in search of information. Mr. Woollett gave tho visitor many items of interest, and also showed her oonte parts of the district. Such of the Cable News of this Page so headed has appeared in 'The Times,' and is. cabled to Australia by special permission, it should be under stood that the opinions are not those of 'The Times' unless expressly sta ted to be so.
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 20 January 1921
BOWLING. ARJII'DALlS.i— A rink ' (four monibors) of the Sast Brisbane Club will be- visit ing Armi,dale. op the 12th, Fobruary.. fthd will play a match acaiust a loc^J V,«ini. ARiMIDAt/E MFIJE cLUBSI-^-The' 200 ' yards shoot of tlie Armidale Rifle' Club' . vr&a won by Res. A.. Hardie with 64;7. - 70. The other seven prizo wianerB ' were: «es. M. Percey 62. 10, 7Q; 'ii^. P. Veale, 65.- ti, 70; Res. Av. GaTuher',- 59. 12, 70; Res. E. Hillard, Cl, 9. 70; ResV C' Kuhl, 65, 4, 69; lies. Kentwell. 58, 12. 88; Res.'C- Clutt,orbuck, 5.3, 1^, (58. The seven prizewinners; in the 60.0 yards shoot were: Res. E. Hillard. 54, 20, 70; .Res. P. Veale, 61, 10. 70; Res. ' A. Grey, 50, 20. 70; Res.' J. Gallagher, 51, 30, 70; Res. A. Hardjg. 62, 8., 70; Res. J. Lewis. £2, 11, 70;' 'Re's. R. H. Veale, 47, 23, 70. ' ' '''