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BAPTIST CHURCH, TAMWORTH. Sunday, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

BAPTIST CHURCH, TAMWORTH Sundaj Tamiaiv 23 Tiniwoith— 11 im Subject V lacit | Witness Mr T II Foul i Oqunbil — 11 a m Whv Curabereth it, | : 'UoG-iound9 Mi H J Lewib | Dungowan— 3 p m A rnutless lice' Mi II J Lewis I Soloist at both ^eiviceb Mis Lewis I iamwoith — 7 lo p m , Bn^ht Sons Sei vice 7^0 pm Gospel Addless A j logical Question ' Mi T [1 1 oid j Visitois coidnlH invited |

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METHODIST CHURCH. TAMWORTH. Sunday, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

METHODIST CHURCH TAM WORTH-. ?Siinrtnv. .Tnnnavv 23 'Tannvoith— 11 ml Uev r M Tivror/, i ' B\ '7 J0 p m Mr R C Claik_ I West rimwortn— 7 30 pfm Ml P J | 1 Vinold 1 U£ungi— 3 p m nev/T M Taj lor, j B V f ' ' Hillsvillp— 7 00 p m Rov 1 M Tij loi B A , Minton— 1 p m Mr W A Bouino Cidlej— 11 a m AU V* A Bouine O\ley— 11 a iu Mi R C Cluk Uuu— 3 P m , Mi R C Claik C-oonoo Goonoo Road — *5 p m Mr J? I Arnold Wooionnn— 7 30 pin Mondav Rev T M Taylor Bowling Vllej Point— 7 30 p in Wed nebda Rev 1 iM 1 U loi Nundle — 7 30 p in Tuebdij, Rev T M T iv loi i/

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. TAMWORTH. Sunday, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. TAMWORTH. Sundtj Januaiv ln St Andrew s*-U «i m and iW pm Organ piehJEdc 7 I'- pm Ml 1 eslie \\ llliams oiganiol Tan,jaiatta— 3 p m * Preachei vl ih services Rev Goor2? Covvie t

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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NUNDLE DISTRICT. Sunday, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

'NUNDLE iilSTRICT Sunday, Jmuarj 2) Nund«e— 9 am Holy Communion Nandle— 7 hpin ^ \. ' ?\* oolomin — 11 a ra Duncan) Cieek — ll^a m^ ' I -i ngo\ in — 2 lipm / ' I Bov ling \llej Po nt— 7 4j p m | l-he) prcchei it ^llndle Dimcms CiecU an I Uungovvn will br the Rev , C tuon Coa^c, of Armidale I

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

CASUAL COLUMN. i .AJvertlaeraontB accnmiianlcd by ctub for tlilB column are Insei ted at the rate of two line* for 1/ fmlnlinum two linns, about nix words per line), each succeeding line' or imrt- thereof, 8d. An nddltlonai ehargu of id Is made for boolilng. ? POSITIONS VACANT ? W A.'\TED — rcnclier faubsiolsea School Pro testant. Apply, Jlrs. A. Burline, Golonga, \^ili-- vii Moree ? W'A'.NTED.— A boy. or man for dairy farm. M/ per wctlc and keep Vppl- 1j J Lefeje _AJtti'»SO ? \\ VNTI D — A. liousLmnhl lautuli ess smill lamilj Apph with leleitnces to 1Mio Colin Campbell Rangci a. \ nlle} btatlon Dundoe ? ' I J ? AV'ANTBD.— General, no laundry, -light du lU-s, mldille-aged womnn not objected to. \ppl\ Mis Vli,toi Cohen Hill Stieet 'l'amworth. ? ?WA'NTEp.— A Coolt for ? nestaiinuit.' Good wages. -.'_Apply;' Mrs. M. Heajjuy,- Guyra. WANTED,— rHorse' Driver! must bo capable of -driyinK a .team of eight- homei* cable' to ; plough and (lo ordinal y station work \v\aid vvsu.es Alu«t be nia...

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

?SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST3. .'liiJehanlCB' Institute. ;13rlsbana Street. Tamworth beivlccn every feaiurtluy lit 10 11 ana 3 OC'0CK- M H Willing Pr,n^».»

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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A.L.P. CRISIS. EXECUTIVE FIRM. Will Renew Demands. IMMIGRATION QUESTION. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

'ALP. CRISIS. EXECUTIVE: FIRM, Will Renew Demands. IMMIGRATION QUESTION. SYUXE7Y. .Thursday. Leading mem'bers -of the A.Ij.P., Exec- utive declared -to-day that, their'- de- mands on the Government would bo re- I afflrmod^ai. a special executive meeting ' io-night. ? '? ^ * ' - - ' ., i The Premier will bo asked to post 'ono his trip for a month. ' -The TS-:- ocutlvo will let llr. Storey know 'that lhe policy of the party is against immi ?%1-iition at preoont. ('??' , t- .'? ? '. No member of the Executive will : ccepl n. Eeat in the TJppor House as 1 sot olf to the long adjournment' of Psirliataiont. Some hr.ve already 'with- liaun thc;r nominations ab rfcply' to im iJiitalions made in certain quartern. . It is stated that Mr. Grayndlor, ono ?r iho Jcading A.W.U. members of lhe A.Ij.P, 1ms withdrawn his nomination.

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COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Warm to Hot; Winds East to North. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY'. Warm to Hot; Winds East to North: SYDNEY.. Thursday. i -During. 'the, pant 21 hours; no ''..dennito easterly movement lias taken ? place in the pressure systems. Indeed the great high which has been a . conspicuous fea ture ou the distribution o£ the past few days has slightly retrogressed or 'back- ed,' and thus preserved iis rathor ' en ergetic character over the boutheast ern half of Australia. The 'central iso bar (30.3 inches) still lies over the South Tasman sea, but 'is extended westward over Tasmania. An extensive 29.S Inch isobar still occupies the great er part of Northern Australia, being in (ho form of a closed curve. A slight bulge eastward from the Peninsula of Queensland to about' l'ort Moresby is suggest i v,e of tho development -of a smaller and energetic centre in Unit re gion.' ' ,--. i Pjeserit indications in New Scum South Wales favor, some .'further .show ers and thunder in (lie* North East cor ner and parts' oC tho central coast: oth...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REFUSED. Party Endorses Government Action. SYDNEY, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

REFUSED. Party Endorses Government Action. , ? SYDNEY, Thursday Night. i o-day's meeting 'of the Parliamen tary Labor Party strongly 'endorsed' the action of the Government 'in * standing out against the demands of '? lhe A.L.P. Executive. Consequently, as forecasted, Parliament will not ' meet until after the Premier retifrns from England, and no appointments will be made to Hthe Legislative Council until then. '

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPPORT FOR CABINET. Golden Grove Resolution. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

SUPPORT FOR CABINET. Golden Grove Resolution: , SYDNEY, 'Thursday. a meeting: of. t.ue Goldeiv Gtov.g branch ] or -llio -A.L.P. carried ii rc&dlallon do- 1 ploring the attitude taken up by the'Bxn-' cutivo in assuming llm' role of dictuio'i in the Govormnenl, ami congratulating -Mr. Storey and his Cabinet on the, stand taken by them ,to prevent an. outside body dominating the position; and also inspect fully .requesting Messrs. Mutch, McKelL. Ijurko, and llickoy, members .for the Uotany division, to stand 'solidly' be hind tho Premier.

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UNEMPLOYED. Rush Sydney Town Hall. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

UNEMPLOYED. Rush Sydney Town Hall. SYDNEY, Thursday. Several hundred unemployed' rushed to the Town Hall this morning and took possession . dftlu! main hall.- They an nounced their intention ;ot' remaining un til they could interview the 'Lord Mavor. AH efforts lo remove (lie intruders be ing unavailing, Ihp police were senl for. but they did not taUe any drastic, moas ures. Tho Lord Mayor arrived a lew minutes later,- and -agreed to sec their delegates. After a brief conference the main body ot' lhe unemployed left the building.

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LATE TELEGRAMS. Civic Reform. ASSOCIATION FORMED IN SYDNEY. Despotism Versus Democracy. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

LATE TELEGRAMS. Civic Reform. ASSOCIATION FORMED IN SYDNEY. Despotism Versus Democracy. SYDNEY.' ? Thursday. 'Ihe Citizens' lifform Association o.' Sydnoy was formed to-day, at a jueellnp, hold tit theN Chamber of Commerce, ,i\ Cocks, M.L.A., presided. He said the civic life of the city was politically 'do- minated by one section ot. the commu nity. This section was . caucus-bound. Democracy had been overthrown anu been superseded by despotism. Tlio objects ot tho Association woro tr defend, Hie ratepayers' rights 'and,, civic reform, to cleanse tho rolls from, those not entitled It) vote,' and to stimulati civic interest in every' direction. .

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EX-JUDGE SLY. Intends to Resume Practice. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

EX-JUDGE SLY/ Intends to Resume Practice. SYDNEY,'' Thursday. Mr. Justice Sly, who has-been re .tired_ from the Bench under 'the Judgo\s Ago 'Limit Act, hub decided to return io the bar for the purpose' of consulta tions and private arbitration. It' is improbable that ho will appc:-r in court.

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ESCAPED ABORIGINAL Drowned While Evading Capture. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

ESCAPED ABORIGINAL Drowned While Evading Capture. SYDNEY, Thursday. II is reported from Burkctown, Queens land, .that Petter, the aboriginal'.; who es caped trom St. Helena on Sunday, die [yesterday in the bay by drowning. [ lie was floating, on a target ?triune, and when tho captain of a dredge tried n got him ho jumped into tho water, bin ?was badly exhausted, and soon sank.

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COAL DISPUTE. COMPULSORY CONFERENCE. Stoppage in Queensland. Causes Adjournment. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

COAL, DISPUTE. COMPULSORY COfiFEREfJCE. Stoppage in Queensland. Causes Adjournment SYDNEY, Thuitdaj A compulsoiy ccnfeienco undoi , --he Industual Peato Act was hold in »S\d ney to dav m connection witli the dispuic between the coal owneis and cnglrp duvcib and ill omen Alter he vi ins; .some of lhe naitieB the chaiiman announced that n would botlu tile to pioceed fuither today He un del stood that a dispute betwen tho niln ei s and engine duveis m Queensland had ciopped up, and as a lesull Iho whole ot the pits woie idle lie undei stood that no less a poison linn one of the nion'fa K-piesentalives- on that tiibunal itself had sent a tolegi.im calling stop woik meetings This vas'n. condition oC aiCaus -which lie could not oi -would not ior one mo ment toieiate Immediate instructions would liavo to bo gnen loi tho lesump lion oE -\\oik, and when no had an as suranco that this had been gnon, the conteicnco would bo lesumed, and noi before. Mr. Gibson, genoial societiy of tho go ^elnln...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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WHEAT ADVANCES. NO DEDUCTIONS. From Federal Certificates. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

WHEAT ADVANCES. NO DEDUCTIONS. 'From Federal Certificates., SYDNEY, Thursday. , /mo Minister, for .Agriculture saw to , day that with regard to 'the repayment 'of the advances made by the Rural ln idustries' Board, he wished it-.tn-bo itn I ders.tood that except for the' payment of sacks obtained from -the Board! there would be no deduction on account on account or the wheat-grower's indebted ness to the Board of any' amount from j either of the Federal certificate:;. .Owing ! to, some misunderstanding !-ome of tho {-Federal'- second. 'certificates' '.''had been v tained and forwarded lo tho Ilnral* In dustries Board, but thi.s would be iiiime idiately rectified unless the grower exer cised his option lo have the deductions made in order lo avoid the accumulation of interest charges, which of eoui.se I would continue to accrue until the Board's advances were repaid.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OVERSEA WHEAT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

OVERSEA WHEAT MARKETS. Limlley Walker, ?.-Co-operative Wheat CoM Ltd., January 39, writes: A private 'pab'lc.we have just received from ' our ' 'oyprsea agents reads- as fol lows:' ';' , ' ' ''-'? ' '?' ' ' . ?'.'.' 'Argentine,' surplus officially estimated al.: fltleeii million, quarters. Our agent estimates , ijBy.pnte.en. ? ' ' 'Importers gen erally1 refusihg'to 'pay Argentine export taxes,':- 'itKeref ore, --Argentine business; stagnant, throwing more ,: demand on] other'markets. ' ' Americans 'assert their surplus' 'nearly .exliaustbd'' but statistics suijp'tie.a-dp'hp- confirm- this;' From 'the above' 'it' will 'lie :seen 'that U;6 anticipated crop 'in'lArg'britine prev iously' estimated'' 'at 20 toi '25 million | quarters has been considerably reduced, and (he'-new'sj'th'at Ainerica.;has sold -her., surplus' stiould'iill ?help'towards improv- 1 ing 'the market for ??'SoutHeTn Hcra!»-i § pherp wheat. ' . ?/:' . . ? ? Froiglits ' tooi have fallen1 from £0/10 and £7 per ton to- ...

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GERMAN DUMPING IN ENGLAND. No Trade Mark on Goods. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

GERM AN DUMPING I N ENGLANp. No Trade Mark on Goods,. A'U he can do is, to demand: 'Are these German-made?' Shopkeepers urge that to remove the difficulty .,all toys should be stamped with the name of the, coun try they come ;-frpm,,;;'thus ' complying with the spirit--hqt hierelyj the lettpr— or the present law. .,;v , „ ., No .fewer ..than . 1,264,752 German, .tciys and games, valued 'at ; £1555475; .; were imported in .October. ; . ...-j^^., % . . ' Already the~ public. is., beginning . to wake 'top' to the 'extent, pi -tin's unmarked Geriuaii toy scandal, and many 'buyers | are returning toys .bought'.,, under ' the. impression. that' they, were Britisli. Some firms'^vliich have' been. , templed. ^p.stpck German . dolls are trying : &- '? avoid liwk - wai'd questions by big labels describing them as ..'English-dressed.' Their cloth es may be English, but-the.. heads, and, bodies are German. 4 ltii4iUa;:i. The council-.of ..the, Briysh /Joy Manu facturers ','a'nd .'? AWbl...

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NEW STATE. SPEECHES AT ODDFELLOWS' CONFERENCE. Proposal Warmly Supported. ARMIDALE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

NEW STATE. SPEECHES AT ODDFELLOWS1 CONFERENCE. Proposal Warmly Supported. AHMIDALE, Thursday. ,. The New Stato movement was refenM to during the speeches :it the M.U. Con ference.' - District CM. Bro. Soutcr satil that, if thn New 'Eiwilnnd lodges ha? increased by 100 per cent, in the last 10. years there should be a vastly sronter increase once tho North . broke .nw., from the- , old State.' The Mayor of Armidalo said Unit to tho most casual observer it was ovlueni that a better system of decentralisation was needed. As it was, a great propor tion of the rural population 'was trend ing citywards. .. . : ,-; :?. , Deputy Grand Master Bro.; Sherlock. (ot. Parramattn) said 'the New : State ques tion wan scarcely a eonferohco ninttcr, but ho would say novortholeKs that no was strongly in favor of decentralisa tion. From the bottom of his heart no behoved If. would bo productive, of good. If everything wore not centralised in thai ono great city of Sydney, other ?-« cities would doubtle...

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Empire Wireless Chain. SCHEME IN HAND LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 21 January 1921

Empire Wireless Chain, SCHEME IN HAND (neuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Thursday. neplyiiiB to a deputation of the Em pire press urging the necessity for Ira proving; cable and wireless communica tion, tho Voslmasler-Goneral said the Imperial wireless chain scheme was pro gressing.- He hoped the service to Cairo would be working next May.

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