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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

[?] DOORS OPEN 9 O'CLOCK OPENING DAY OF SALE. - , DRESS MATERIALS Low Pnces and High Qualities Pabru Lawns, 36ln.- wide. A dainty Mercerised Lawn, Ivory Grounds with small Colored De aigns. Very neat for Children's' Wear, Ladies' Blouses, etc. , Usual Price ... ? 2/11 yd. sale piucr 11 \ -»i Big Clearance of Choice' Floral and Novelty Voiles \11 the new- - eat designs, 38ms Tvide Uusal Price i/1 1 jd SALE PRICE ,{/H Jd Stripe Dimity, '21n wide A. \er\ serviceable line, suitable for lia .dles' Blouses and Flocks Child ren's Dresses, little Bo\s Tunic Shirts. White Grounds,- .Colored Stripes and small Fanej Designs various Colors Usual Price ? .2/11 yd. SALE PRICL J/l)(l Crepe De Cliene, 38ins.' .wide. A . closely,- woven - Crepe Fabric, ? in Sky, Grey, Pink, Saxe. Usual Price 5/6 -d SALE PRICE 3/11 Jil 3tins. Light Giound Cnnibiic Good reliable wasnci In Spots Stripes and'SmallDesigns; various '. Colors. Usual :Price ? 2/3 yd. SALE'PRICE ...... 1/11 yd. ? x 3Sins. Clicok Organdie. A ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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WAR TROPHIES. NO EXHIBITION IN SYDNEY. State Must Share Cost. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

WAR TROPHIES. 140 EXHIBITION IN SYDNEY. State Must Share Cost. SYDNEY, Thursday. .According to a Statement Issued by-Mr Poynton, Minister for Homo and ?.Terri- tories, who is chairman of the Australian War. Museum Committee, tlie cliicC question considered at a meeting of tho committee held in Melbourne on Janu ary 17 wns tho establishment of an ex nibitipn or trophies and relics in Sydney. ? . It'^wasi stated that the Premier, Mr. Stortey, made an offer to make available a. 'site next to the Mitchell Library to take-'ovor the building erected by tho Commonwealth at Its removal value when the;. Commonwealth exhibits were re moved, and to contribute £500 annually to the maintenance expenses. When the New South Wales Govern ment's previous request to co-operate and share- 'the expenses was agreed to, ?; tho War Museum Committee entered into a similar agreement with lho-Vljjl,o-r.lnn. Go- vernment and it would, be em'!:».'('r«slm? for the committee now lo cstfll.i1.Jsli' in Sydney exce...

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The Unfortunate Immigrant. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

The Unfortunate Immigrant. Three hundred immigrants arrived from England on Monday. Some are going ou the/ land — if. they can reach there [ The rest are looking for work in a country -which has at the present a very considerable unemployed nrmy of its own. It seems ft pity that intend ing immigrants are not warned ot the conditions before being allowed to go to such expense and inconvenience lo reach a country in which they will have a hard struggle to find work. The. sad part of the business is that there ought to be ?work for as many new uvri vals as wo can obtain from Britain, but our short-sighted rulers have rendered . .it impossible- at present to absorb the .extra population .so necessary to our national safety. , i '? ,.f \ With, a population of ' barely , five millions in a country the size i)£ Aus tralia, it seems absurd to say that there is no opening for new nvi5vnN, 'bnjTthis is certainly the case. The 'reason for this state of affairs, is Uuit, though .Australia has e...

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SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

SPECIAL FORECAST. . For the Northern Tablelands and North and 'North-Western Slopes, sup plied to 'The Northern Daily . Leader' by the State Meteorologist, from the latest figures available each, afternoon. 'A shower or two on the Northern Tablelands, otherwise chiefly, fine, but cloudy, warm, and sultry. East to N.E. winds. ? THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. ;' ? ''' HI ? I. ? .Hi .Mir.,...,,,.,,,, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21st, 1921.^

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NEW BASIC WAGE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

NEW BASIC WAGE? SYDNDY, Thill ad ay. Tomonow the Federal' public se'r vants -will leceive the ne-w basic wage. Tho svsleni p1o\ide-- foi the payment rt a sneci.il eiidowment foi each child. IJaeh depailment is pieparing sheets, and the extra payment for children will be made as snnn as noi'.slblft. ? Such of the Oahie News on this Page so headed has appeared In 'The, Timps ' find is rablpii tn Australia by special permission. It slmntri h« untier stood that the opinions -in- not those of 'The Times' unless expressly stet«. lad td hi no. .

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SOVIET AGENT DEPORTED. VANCOUVER, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

SOVIET AGENT DEPORTED. (Reutei'R^Tele'Krain) VANCOUVER, Wednesday. A Washington message sa-& M. Mai tins a Soviet agent^ who was re cently ouleied/to be deported, will aatl on Satuiday _with 51 othei^ lutssiaris.'1 ' The Soviet 'Govoinment will pay 'till' transport, charges, except in the case ot Mailms himself, who is the only one' to bo offlciallj (ienoitod ?

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GUYRA ALL-HEIGHTS WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

GUYRA ALL-HEIGHTS WEIGHTS. Following the the weights fo'r' the forthcoming Ouyia Allheights a-ace meet Jiiff: — ' NOVICE HANDICAP: Playboy 8.0, My -.Comrade iS.0, Zar.i ,8.0, Heroin 8.0, Protest 8.0, Black Bess 8.0, British Loro, 8.0, Sirdar 7.7, .Midget 7.7, My' Turn 7.7. FLYING HA'XDICAP: Carbide 11.0, Cool Jim . lO^O. Willie Wastle 9.13,' Fa bian 9.7, ;Pay Day 9,7, Boom's Baby 7.9! FOURTEEN-ONE HANDICAP,: . Won dercubbln 9.0. Delight 9.0, Pay Day 9.0, Hard 'Minnie 7 9, Mutiness 7.9,, , Blue VJell.7.7, Sirdar 7.7, My Turn 7.7, Young Dixie 7.7. . G.UYiR)A HANDICAP: .Carbide 10,12, Willie Wastle 9.11,, Zulu 9.6, M.C.L.iD.5, Pay Da.y 9 5. Fair 'Deem 9.5, Boom's Baby 8.12,- Mine Star 8.7, Scottish Knight 7.7.. , '

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CRISTABEL PANKHURST. Wants Non-Political Employment. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

CRISTOBEL PANKHURST. Wants Non-Political Employment. (United Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. ? Ciistabci Pankhurat Js looking for.^a job, anU has .'dvottiocd in tho papers, usk nj; toi lomunbialivo- nonjp011tical \-oik i ' - -.i-.'j1 ? In an jnteiviow Bho atnted th-t oho ^as giv.na up jpolltlcB, as she ?- believed, ( tbal pol't'cal le.ideis must have HnaVi1 c al lndipo'donco She added ' I'm not in the Ik )p\ position of Mi ' Ilughoa '

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FINAL GALLOPS AT RANDWICK. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

FINAL GALLOPS AT RANDWICK. S'YDNEY, Thursday. DuHng tho' final gallops at Rindwick this morning no rust times wore recor ,ded, although a number of Challenge Stakes .candidates put in an (appear ance. ' . White tMiu'bt Covered four furlongs in 58 sees. Galtoe Maid got over live in 1.7 J. Alyamloy was responsible Tor the fastest half mile of the morning, doing the, distance in. lino style in 52 sees. Bright Night covered the distance in 153% Siics in brilliant style. 'Fliunark ian six furlongs' easllv in 1.2C- ? , ' ! Pi bis in. splendid1 fetttlo, .and spurted ; three funongs in Just under 58 sees. ? Pickles and Alcran put live past 'in j 1.19. . ... I October Belle beat Jack Marsh 'two lengths, over a mile -in 1.481, whllo on , the' tan MlUlome cvovered a turlonc ?Ifurllier in 2.3.' ? .__ I' Golden Bronzo was not «' ?:?- top lover Hie circle, running the last fhrpe (furlongs in 40 sens. Flip spurted four furlongs In '5li.

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PARADISE-PROGRESSING. Tamworth Swimming Club's Meeting. Committee Elected. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

PARADISE -PROGRESSING. Tamworth Swimming Club's Meeting. Committee Elected. A- meeting of tlie ?. 'Tamworth 'SwJm ming C ub \. a, hold at Sands looms on Wednesday night, the Mayoi, Aid W A Bouine picslding o\er a sood at tendance The Ma\oi e\pt03sed plea sine at the geneial piogiess of the scheme, and offeied to give a special-, prize- at the 'first carnival' held by ?tli'c club ,' It Wai decided to make bettoi facll1 tics foi dro3bing- sheds A new one will bo elected on the bank and will bo en larged.it necessar- Tho hole3 lor the posts ha\e alicadv been dug The subsciiption feeq foi memborb of 'he Cub was fitod as rolloWsi-^BoifB lb and undei, 1/ pei annum, boys over 10 2/G, gills and lrdios admitted free. ,11 was decided to wiite to tho Sup'oi mtendent of Police asking that an ofli cei be statldnod to patrol the rl\er bank -when swimmois aie numcious 7 ho Council and tLc, club wish, to inti mate that all sw mineis must woai the lesufation ctfstumo Any migbehaviour or load languag...

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LATE MARKETS. Sussex Street. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

LATE MARKETS. Sussex Street. «. SYDNEY. Thursday. Most oj-tho business in Sussex Street this moi ning was confined to dairy pro duce, in- which all '.commodities were firm .at unchanged rates. ? It -was stated that two boats '.were .expected on Mon day fiom Tasmania with a quantity ot potatoes. Clarence .River potatoes are now available at £5. vFor choice the 'demand not nearly as good. ' Tasnmnians wore also weaker, .boM 'quality bunging £9 to £10. inferior could, be - had at much lower rates. . ? Maize was weak. , Pnpip Northern River grain1 was staged to be in weevilly condition,, and .was quoted up to 7/ a bushel, but that price, was raiely reach ed, tho bulk of ypllow'and while going off at 6/9, with inferior .from (-/. Prime Tumut grain was quote al 7/. Onions; were -depresses], Victorian CilobPs, being another' pound weaker. Bc«l were quoted at £,7:to £7/10 pm Ion. Millet was dull at' £30 to £50. The new season's brush is expected in tho near ifuture, little having -yet arriv...

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RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

RIFLE SHOOTING 1NVDRELT — PolloWina; are tho re sults oi a shoot held by the Inverell Civilian Rifle Clvb, 'eight shots ?nd two sighteis each at 200 and 300 yaids — 200 300 Hep Tt; J. A. Rovlr.nd ...,.! I 31 1') . i^0 A McLean '30 31 11 78 W L Biid 37 34 2 73 C Lundie 3t ,3*5 10 71 J Arnold 2') 26 ,15 70 D L McFadjcn 27 27 1G Ga C Summon 3C 2-) 3 G8 P \ Pilkin ? 35 28 ' 1 C4

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PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY. Wednesday Another large supply, of .chaff was in position at , Aleiiindria this morning. Prime cuts were still in short aupplv tho best lots b'eing purchased privately. Tiie market was generally easier. Maize was steady, as were potatoes, but onions ?were nbout 5/ a ton dealer. Quotations: Wheaten-ehaff, prime S/G.' good 1/6 to 8/2, medium 5/6 to G/9; oat on chaff, good 7 /to 7/3; maize, prime yellow 7/; potatoes, prune*. 10/,. good. 9/ to 9/6, jnedium from 8//; ?dniomt, 'prime ?to 10/9, medium, from: S/.: „' ' ;No Northern i Kales; ,, ?-

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SPORTING. Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

/SPORTING. Cricket. The forowing plnjcis will repretsdnt West Taiin.oith v Standaids on Uel moie Paik, next Satin day, at 2 o'clock ?hai» — T GiifliLhn, K T O'BiIen, 12 Smilli, A Kilfliide, W M offal, Alf Con nc.ll-, DS\iin, \l Chanej- II Cioss, f Ciimihs Tlie follow .114 playe-is will lepigsent Standaids, In si guide 'v West Tarn woith, on Pauiiday, 22nd and 29m .Ta'n Uiin, .U Wet 'Jumwoith, play to com monce at 2 p m sjiarp — 'Mown, Thoinp son, Roberts, Nankeivis, Tayloi, rishjei, Read, PatleiFon, Steele Keys, Waikom Cais lea\e li.tclt'nm .(nil Pafllls' aL 1*1 '? p.m. ' The folio »\ nig ^lajois will lepiesent SUmdaids Second grade v Attunga, on Sntiiidaj, it Attunga — V Cohen, S Giaingei, 'Wooio P'iitll, 15 Stewaisdf, Aliuphj, Pnco, Scotl, Shanahcn, A Stewait, MuHogue, G, Cohen (12) Cars le.ue KacMiom rn'l Paull's at 1 lr- pm The follow ing pio-vers hrfve been se lected lo lepiosent Loonbeiah Cricket Club against Wociomm on the foimei's \ icket, on -?'-tiiidi}, 22nd inst , plaj to...

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HOMEBUSH MARKETS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

HOMEBUSH MARKETS. SYDNEY-: Weiinesilav Ca,ltlo yarded: 2660. The market was without improvement on' late rates. Best beef 55/, second BO/, inferior '40/,' Bul locks £10 to £22, cows £5 to '£17. Sheepi penned: 01,000.- The market was '2/ to 3/'Iower. Welders' 1-1/ to 30/ ewes 13/ to '207, lambs 14/ to 28/. Winchcoinbe Carson, Ltd., 'reporf: ? 50,000 .sheep' wore offered1. Competition op seel and prices' were much lower Cattle offerings totalled 2700. Prime dralts made lute rales, but others were ?nclined to be cheaper. We solrt cics'sbred wethers from S R. .Saunders (Willow Tree) -fo ''26/; crossbred wethers, Jackson 'Estate, (liarrabttj to 2G/10; sucker Iambs. Ma jor Ilyman (Tamworth) to 25/1; Meri no wethers, L. Read (AttungaHo 24/1; suckers,, li. Stuart (Werris Creek') 'to 2.G/l;-ccws and 'heifers,- 'A. M. Loder (Merah) to £10 l. Western bullocks to £20/(1.

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LATEST NEWS OF THE NORTH MINISTER FOR MINES. To Visit Tingha. TINGHA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

LATEST NEWS OF THE NORTH j MINISTER FOR MINES. To Visit Tingha. TINGHA, - Thursday. The Minister for Minos, Mr. G. :Cann, accompanied by Mr. McClelland, M;I/.A», will visit i'lngha on Januaiv 26 Ai rangomonlS' have .heon mado to -'.entertain tho visitois at a dinnei, aftei which a big ?welcome will be extended to them in the Public Hnll

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N. AND N.W.D.R.A. RACES. At Tamworth. FRENCH COLORS WINS FLYING. Teroona the Chief Event. Powsatan the Final. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

N. AND N.WJ)JRJL RACES. AtTamworih. , FRENCH COLORS WINS FLYING. I, ^— — _ t^rooHa the Chief Event. Powsatan the Final. The North and North-Western ^i:, triets Kadlng Association hfeid a meet ing. «t Taniworlh yesterday in hoi weather. ThcT 'attendance was sooil considering two' days' races .wore Iip! 1 previous to this. The fields wore small, only two starting in the Flying Handi cap and ihi-po in the chief event. French Colors woflld probably have started at a! much shorter price in 'the Flying Handicap 'only that A. H. Williams w.a-i put'on 'the'board ail her pilot mstoad of G. II: 'Willis.' A number of the onlook 'eh lniew nothing, of I his 'till (lie ra-.-o was over ', ^ ,' Results: — ' .; ' THE FLYING HANDICAP, I i Of 20 sovg. '6 'fur. ' 'FRENCH COLORS,' c'h m, » years, by Kenll worth— Many Colors, 7.10 I (Will:s)- .:'.. .-. ..'.'.? ? 1 1 VALPRE, b g, 5 years, ,by Merv— i Ellen- Kary, G.I 3, (Quisle)') ?. . .'? 2. . .Only two starters. _ 1 ^Bettins: 7 10 1 on FRENCH COLORS, '0...

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LATEST SPORTING NEWS. A.J.C. RACES. FINAL ACCEPTANCES. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

LATEST SPORTING NEWS. AJ.CRACES. FINAL ACCEPTANCES, SYDNEY. Thursday. §8 Following are the A..7.C. acceptancoii Sfor Saturday: — , . M HURDLE RACE,, about '2- miloe'- m '' ' ?' . st.ig. M XNGLEFORM ? 12 10 M ? BUNG-U-N'N'A ? 10 0 II' 'BLACK CHIEF ? 9 8 m -'taralie ? ,» « H YUCATAN ? !- 4 M LORD lll'BBON ? i)O, m (1LOUOESTER C A STUB » 0 m NOWRX.-BILL ? » 0 m trIal -handicap. t'A ' st. lb. /] RAJ ? ?' ?? S 8 'I TARTAN FEATHER ..8 7 TH'URLOW ? i 8 7 ~ BENDORUS ? 8 7 .' JOLL'? PHAST ? 8 .7 .VUiWORTH ? S 7' , I GIHDLER ? S 7 ooldea ? -8 r- MARSH'S 'SON' ? 7 12 , PICKLES ? 7 J2 KARL L1DDELL ? 7 11 ) SOUTHERN CROSS ..7 0 '. '? jack pot ? '.. 7 n ? j P01LU ? ' .. .. 7 9 , ,, \ MOLLY CRAG- ? '. 7 9 A I PRINCE ALMISSA .... 7 0 ?fi'jj BANDBOX ? .7 0 - j MARCINELLE ? 7 5 . '-{. 1 WINDOO ? 7 2 £.j DBWDROP ? 1 ? ? SVJ. BERENGARIA ? 7 2 Ml PEACH PIE ? 7 2 !^ij AETES ? ? 7 .? P NURSERY HANDICAP, 5 fur. M st.lb. ' ll AEON ? » 0 I W IWAWAY ? S 12 I Egg PRINCE MURILLO . .' . . S 10 M LADY BRONZINO .....

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WERRIS CREEK WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

WERRIS CREEK WEIGHTS. Following are the weights for the Wer ris Creek amateur -races, on January 2G: Opening Handicap, G ifuis.: King ltua| 12.0, Goyanna 11.0, Ithica 10.4, Loch Ma vis 9.11. First Maiden Handicap. 5 furs.: Turan ville 10.G. Maida Tlill 9.13, Right Angel !).13, Esslml 9.13 Dolly Hurst 9.12, Joan lv. 9.12, Qunardu 9.12, Wcrrlh, Creek 9.11, Werriston Maid 9 11, Britania Boy 9.11, Tanami gelding ,9.11. . President's Handicap, 7 'furs.: King, Hua 11.13, Silencer 11.6, High Poitk 10.5, Ijord -Brook 10.0, -Lady Petrol 912, Right .Angel.t9.il' Werris Creek Handicap, G furs.: Goy anna 11.7, Ithica .10.11. Loch Mavis 10.4, Turanvill 10.2I Maida Hill 9.11, Dolly Hurst 9.11, Essimi 9.11, Werris Creek 9 11, Worrfeton Maid '9.11, Right Angil 9.11. . ''i . Club Handicap. 8 furlongs.: High Peak 11.0,. Lord. Brook 10:9,. Victory 10.S, Right Angil 9.1 1, EsHimi 9.11 There are 'good entries for lho- second day. - ?

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STOCK AND CROPS. In North and North-West. INVERELL'S DAIRYING INDUSTRY. Flourishing Conditions. INVERELL, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

STOCK AND CROPS.. In North and North-West 'iNVERELL'S DAIRYING INDUSTRY, Flourishing Conditions. . INVERELL, Thursday. The present tavoiable .season lor dairying, after the 'disaalrous. time thoao in tl.e industry ex|)'efieneed during the drought, i;; loflechng itself in Hie in urcased business at the local butter, faclory. The pay for ci;eam during l)e-_ ceinlier was the best for the past eight !-eaia, and the ' butter manufacture.1 showed an increase ot 10,000 lbs. com pared with the previous month. Th. .?mount paid supplier;! totalled , £3f-1U in/. That 'many who'' went out of the industry havd regained confidence _ in the districts potentialities, lor dairying ( is evidenced by tlie fad that during \ December the number of suppliers w-li 10.', an increase ol 22 compared with (he previous month. . , - ATeature of (he operations for De cember was' that £2300 was netted for .pxjjoi t butler, the money for' which la credited I lib company Immediately the product i« graded in Sydney....

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