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TAMWORTH LEAGUE'S CAMPAIGN. Speakers to Visit Moonbi and Kootingal. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
TAMWORTH LEAGUE'S CAMPAIGN. Speakers to Visit Moonbi and 1 Kodtirigal. ' A moot ng of tho commiileo of the Tann\oitM New State Loa,5ue. was held at tho Coi ncli Chainlets last night i/hen Al'l Gicen pi ended The secictaiv, All A G Taylor, 10 poited thrf ho had mule ui r inBcrionta toi tho visit to Moonbi end Kootingal i.est Satuicay The lOBidonls oi Moonbi hiHl held 'i mooting and made auango ment'. to enleitain tho \lsitoi-- and the Land in the afteinooi pftei luo holding of the oon-Mi moct'iig Tie also ox roctcd i jjood leccption .it Kootingal at n'ght It was decided to take tho bandsmen out m motoi cais, leaving Iho Post Ofllce coinei, Tamwoith, it 2 '0 faliarp, and commencing the Moonbi meeting, it ac-out 3 30 Mombois ol the Lxvguo of rciod the loan of lou. cti, and it v.us iesol\ed to hue othes letiuliod
NORTH AND NORTH-WESTERN SHOWS. Fixtures for 1921. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
(NORTH AND NORTH-WESTERN SHOWS. - ' Fixtures for] 1921^ Cuyra P.A. and II. Associalion, P N Steveuson, secretary, Februarj 16, 17, ISi Invercli, February ,22, 23, 21 'Robertson A. and K. ' Association, E. S.. Martin, secretary, February 22, 23 Southern Now England P. and A As sociation (Uralla), II. W. .Vincent, sec rotary, February 22, 23r 24. Newcpstlo A.. 11. and 1. Association, E. J. Dann, secretary, .February 23 to 26 ' Tamworth P. and A. Association, F G Callaghan, secretary, March 1, 2, 3 ' Tenterfield P., A. and M. Society, E W.. Whereat, secretary, March 1, 2, 3 ^Hunter River A. and II. Aosocltion (West.MiUUaiun, E. II. Fountain, secie t:ny, March 3. 4, fi. ,u Glen Innes' P. ami A. Societv, Geo A Priest, secretary, March 8, i), 10 , Annidalo anil Now lSngland P , A 'and IT. Association, A. 11. McAithui, secretary; Maxell 15 to 18. Upper, Hunter P. and ,A. Association, ?n. C. Sawkins, secretary,' Mnich 1R, 17 !Narra.brl P., A. and :H.' ; AsBOCiation, C. C. Baker, secretary. ...
Mrs. A. Lambert, Kelso. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
Mrs. A. Lambert, Kelso. Mrs. Arthur Lambert, of View sucet, Kelso, near 'Singleton, died in. the Dan gsir Cottage Hospital early on I.Ionda/ morning, 'at 'the age of 63. She was the iourth ddughtfcr ot, the late Ml Win Crouch, Bolwarra, and was born at Bol warra.* She marrieil and woftL to Single ton district 41 years ago. ,- For lo yeais she resided at Belfoul, and then went to Malson Dieu, and cam^ lo Singleton four years ago. Tlie deceased had been a grent sufferer for. many lyears iJesuleb a husband she leaves' a- family ot Six children, four sons and two daughters — Mrs. J. G. Groves (Ch'eshunt)v Haiold ?(Tamworth), Claude (Heatheilex), Maude, Frank, and Walter (Maibou Dion). The Xuneral took place «it tue Methodist cemetery, Sedgeiield, on Tuesday morning. . ' , \ - , '
NEW STATE COLUMN. The Movement from Day to Day TENTERFIELD LEAGUE'S ACTIVITY Another New State Day. TENTERFIELD, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
NEW ..STATE. Cl'OMN. . The Movement from SJay to Day TENTERFIELD LEAGUE'S ACTIVITY Another New State Day TrvrajRriCLD, Tlnusday A sood a( tendance ,and the utmost irnfliubUsm were tl.e piedominant feat irts or the meeting ol the Tenteiiield | Vow Slate League Mi W 11 Smith (mesident) ccciuned tho chair The piesident said that he was vciy pleased to see usitois riom the countiy present The people in the countiy (list ids weie taking a veiy keen, intor e,l in the movement lie wished that seme ol the townspeople vould take as much intcro- 1 It v as .1. happy augury loi tho succe.s cl ihe mo\('mcnl to find t'ie disLnct people so earnest He ex tended to the \Kitois a 1 eailv welcome I II T Gejei Pje's Cieek, Btilivia, \\ lote to the effect that all the people in that p.1 t ol the distiict were enthus ia3hcill- in 1'ivoi or the movement Tne chief.; trouble there was that., owing' to liio sp.use population ii was impossible to obtain veiy m in} mcmbois Mi Ash (on ol Armidile had been asked...
WEDDING. McDonald—Paisley. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
Wedding. McDonald— Paisley. INiVEHELL.— A quiet but pretty, wed- ding was celebrated by ''the. Rev. A.'.M. Stevenson, at SI. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Invorell, when Mary,- youngest, daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. PV McLean, of Newstead, Elsmore, and 'Mr. J. T). Mc Donald, of Paisley, .^Scotland, ,' were united Tho, bride; was daintily attired in a dress 'ot mastic' crepe-do-cheno, Innimed with shell pink eiepe-de-ohene, with 'hat to ma'tch. Miss Gertie Oold nmn wore a pretty bridesmaid's, dress of putty 'crepe-ile-cheno, ,f rimmed with pale blue, and hat to match. Tho ,brUle gjroom'f, present lo the bride was a handsome necklace, set with peiuis and emeralds, jtind lrom'the bride to the bridegroom a pair or gold Sleeve links. The gill received by the uildesmald consisted ot a gold brooch sel witli coral and pearls. Mr. W. Seagrott \v:w best^man. . Tho bridegroom and .host iiKin were both members, of (he A. [.P. A reception was subsequently hold at .the residence of Mr. D. W. Peiguso...
METAL MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
METAL MARKETS. - SYDNEY. Thursday. Standaid copper, spot, £70/6/3; three months, £70/8/9. -Electrolyptlc cop per, £79 to- '£81; wire bars £80 to £81; best selected '£77.' .Lead, spot, £22/17/6; three months '£23/5f Spel tor, spot £.24/5; three months £25/5 Tin, spot £181/15; throo, months £187/3. Standard silver, spot 3/35; three month's 3/3% an ounce; fine sil ver, spot 3/6 5-8U; three months 3/6 J.
ROYAL HOTEL TRAGEDY. Late Mr. M. J. Hughes. INQUEST TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
ROYAL HOTEL TRAGEDY., Late Mr. M. J. Hughes. -'INQUEST TO-DAY. Mr. Jf. J. Hi'gho1 , the I censce of the Royal Hotel, T.innvoilh, who was lound .'.iiot in one of tho loonvj of the nocei on Wednesday evening, died in the Tamworth Dlstnrt Hospital .it 2 o olork yesterday morning. The tragic occuiience has caused much conbtei nation in the town, for Mi 'Hughes, tiUlioimh lie hid heen leiident in Tamworth on'y .l shoit lime, was a popular man. V subdued, gloomy nl ?nosphore previils at the hotel, \\1 ~ie Mrs. Hughes is coriflned to her loom liostrated by the .shock She stated dial iMr. Hughes luid appealed to oe considerably- ''won led the last day oi two, and 'one o-i tno ol 1 is actions on Wednesdiiy. night woie lathe' unuiuai Otherwise he v,n: cUce-rul, and ;io one had Iho slightest reason to ap '.rehond fl tragedy AlfhoiisJi tho holel was cio^ded wltn quests \Wien the fatal shot was filed, none appealed to ha/e heaid tho Jepou, or, If they did put tho nois» down io some trivial, oidi...
No title HOBBS' BIG FIGHT. Mailey Again Bowls Well. RUSSELL 59. Record Test March Aggregate. ADELAIDE, Thursdays. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
AUSTRALIA WINS. HOBBS* BIG FIGHT. Mailey Again Bowls Well RUSSELL 59. Record Test Martch Aggregate. ADELAIDE. Thursday. A remaikablo amount of interest is being taken in tho test match, which has almost developed into an endurance teat 'between England and Auslialla. A large crov;d was again present 'to-day, and (hero is a good chance that Syd ney's' rocoid figures in Iho matter of ' attendance will now bo beaten. I The wicket was still in good condi tion to-day. , , , There wore' '4000 people in attendance ' when Gregory began bowling trom Ihu river pnd to llolibs, who got a single to 1 lie on sido off 'the first over.- Mailey bowled from tho olhov ond in the hope ot1 find Ing a ticachorous spot. Hobbs | went out to moot the ball, but Make peace piayed buck, and as a rcsuU 1 Tilailpy bud him conlinually suosamg. j TCaeh batsman scored a single through tho slips. The ono from Makepeaco ' was uppish, falling just out of GrcBory|c reach. Mailey.' however, could noi pick up a length, a...
TRAM FATALITY. SENATOR GUTHRIE KILLED. "Plimsoll of Australia." SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
TRAM 'FATALITY. SENATOR GUTHRIE KILLED. 'Plimsoll of Australia.' SYDNEY. . Tim rsda.v. SqnntoriGuthrio, who .. was knockec down by a 'train in Melbourne, lait night died early this morning. , , '?Deceased was known (o-his friendu us 'Sailor Bob,'.' haivns travelled the worlf in all sorts, of vessels, from old wiiu Jannnors lo 'palatial llnor*-, ,, ,- 1 In Ihe QueeVsi'ltall.'Vl'-Fedcral Par liament, to-day, a short service whs held, in memory of Iho, late Senator' Guthile. Tho Prime Minister attended. ' Mr. Poynton, Minister for Homo' and Teritories, says' the wolfaie of the sea men was tho lale Senator's life woik. 'It know no man who has done in ore- for those that go down to the sea,' he said, 'and ho earned the title of tho ^Plimsoll of: Australia.' Senator Gtithrie lost two sons at the war. . '
AUSTRALIAN CREDIT. EXCHANGE DIFFICULTIES. British Exporters Facing Ruin. Suggested Remedies. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
AUSTRALIAN CREDIT. ' .EXCHANGE DIFFICULTIES. British Exporters Facing Ruin. Suggested Remedies. (Keuter's Telegram). LONDON, Wedne.sady. 3lr. Nugent. Director of the' Federa tion cl British Industries, in an intci yipw, said IhiiL the U.-itish csujrlcr wa.» severely, hit by tl.c- . , impobstbllity ot jinancini; expcrls to Australia, owing to the dihicullieH of financial exchange and the credit^ position. Ho mentionotl Iho case of a firm whoso i-hipmeius to amounted to '.C'3'li.OOO, and whleir-vvns Australasia for. -tlio l;ust three months unable tot recOivb payment. ? Ho said that unless something was flono certain Ttrilish mahufacturers were llireniened wilh ruin.' lie knew a wealthy Australian who was anxious lo prolong'his stay in London ilor seve ral months, but his bank would only ad vance him .C50 asia iavor, therefore he was compelled to return lo' Australia. Mr. Nugent suggested the Australian Government should remove the prohi bition on the export of gold to England, suid p...
PREMIER ENTERTAINED. Speech at Journalists' Luncheon. Praise from Colleagues. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
PREMIER ENTERTAINED. Speech at Journalists' Luncheon., Praise from Colleagues. ;'.' / SYDNEY, Thursday The Premier was entertained fat' lun cheon by the Journalists -Association. -Mr. Bailey presided, and .'there was a i ep.-esentative gathering *ot 'journalists; :w)'l also several mini.siors. '? ' -? ? rj'lio Premier, who was received with lead applause,' said \ji would' tell' the journalists who. he thought about them-now that he hail got lliem 'tdgeth' er for once. The journalists hail told the truth about him. They were 'runn ing a serious lisk in saying nice tilings about him as ho might turn it against them. * .'- % ? ' - ' Ri CsiTing io tho ? fact ;tiiil he was encu Premier for five niinut'es, ho said thai il ho had known as much then a^ ho now knew, -lie would not have been Premier for that long. (Laughter). . lie said the press wrote beautifully when they were writing obituary' no tices. -Journalists had boon 'very good 10 him. They generally left out what 'ic.WLid. (Laught...
ANOTHER REPORT. Settlement Said to he Close. Mysterious Delegation. BELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
ANOTHER REPORT. Set tleiiiEijf Said io lie Close.' r ' '.- .' ~ '? . Mysicriotis Delegation. lttSI,nounxi3, Thursda-y. , A sctilouent of me. stewards' dispute pppoars ^tn be 1 1111111110:1 1 as a result of r-e,TOliaiio:!s whioli liavo been conducted ,',ocretly wltfp i,he CiiininonwealUi, Go vernment. , -?, 1 - A dclesaiic:! of union officials will so lo- Sydney to-nisht to moot the Trans I ort Woiiiers' Association. 'Che doli r.ation will .consist ot a member of tho Industrial - 'UismilOM Gommittoo, Mr. iMoutc (secretary 'of the stewards), anJ Mi-.' OIN Jill (f niomboi- or tho Fcdoial Cdnncir'of Hip Seamen's Union). Thoie is ovpry. rotiiion to' believe that ( Ills dek^r.uon will mibspsI lo the 'fr.'iiiRiio'rt Woikers' Federation the ad ,', inability of the stewards returning to ?\ork in consrqucncc ot negotiation!! which hr.vc taken, pl.ice in Mplbouino, r.nd will outline the lorms'oil which tho p:opo!-cd leuunipilon should lake place.
STEWARDS' STRIKE. Latest Shipping Development. "GLEAM OF HOPE." Seamen Tired of Strikes. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
STEWARDS' STRIKE.. Latest Shipping Development 'GLEAM OF HOPE;' Seamen Tired of Strikes. i SYDNEY,. Thursday. Lalest developments in the shipping strike are responsible lor .'i gleam of hope in regard to the soUleiuenl of the sli-w ards' ^dispute.' In -connection with a comniuniciiUon received nL ttl/e IPradc'H Hall yesterday from 'Melbournp, ropanl ing hopes of settlement, Iho union oill clals expres-seil'the view that ^t his pio viso might alter everything. '' 'This' titter- noon, however, it is expected a dnfiniiu staloment will be made. \. ^Several unions hitvo issued stiitonionts concerning the strike position relative lo unemployment. ' ? ' . | The Railway Workers' Industry branch !of the A.W.U: advises Us membcra who arc at present working to icmain in oin ployment whils't tho erisiis is on, as there is only one chance in a thousand oC them securing work on nny public or railway works. At prpponl'ifis hopeless to look for work right irom Newcastle to Poll Kembla. The whole of...
THOSE COUNCIL NOMINATIONS. Ald. Lambert's View. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921
THOSE COUNCIL' NOMINATIONS. A|d. Lambert's View.'-, ; , -. .SYDNEY, Tliifrsday. ? Suji ocnudcnl thai they would havo a majority on .their 'sido, menibors of the -State Ministry met tho Parliamen tary Labo- Party thin nrtc-rnoiin. '- ' It was plated that -a now point liait been raised, and that tho Lord Mayor had gl von his interpretation ' ol, Iho rules i'jovsrninp; niemborH1 of 'the.- ISxe'cu- ' I've. It had 'been previously held that ny member of Parliament- or person j1 uonilni'td for Parlianmt could, noi cit O71 the 'Bcocutivo. ' ' , AJd. Lambert's view Is that this does not apply to members of tlic Lenit'lative Council, and Ihai, In. offocl they aio not moinborfs ef Parllainonl, as they are not olrclod by the people. ? A*d. Lam Left in amongst those whoso names hh'vo boon ' jjubmlttod 'by the Kxcoutivo to .tho Government for ap pointment lo tho Council.