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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
Ison's Open-Air Pictures , ^.^ TONIGHT, MONDM, AT 8 M, |.a |'P iGonstaiifie Talmadge - -.-? - -., ? IN - . - ? 'Two Weeks' ' ? ? ??/'?' ; ??; .' ? ;: ??''!'? . I2 Leal) Baird '[ Cynthia of the MinMte^ THE SERVICE STORE OFFERS BIG VALUE IN QUILTS. Stiii-t ilie year well by renewing- 3'i-ur stock of (BED :LINEN; at .the ; service' store. ?'-.'' ''?.'.:? :, ^::.;^:'-.v^-'i'3;^;;'.:'-,:' ?..; We..a:re ?offiermg to-day exeeptionul value in SATIN' and HONEYCOMB QUILTS- ? Uie -Qsiulity is the Highest; Standard, and the'Prlces speak. 'for themselves. ' ? '?' ' ?.??-? ?,'.'.;_'. \ ' '? ' 9/4 WHITE' HONEYCOMB QUILTS . ,. ? .?,'t;v:;. 12/^6, '15/6 , 10/4 WHITE HONEYCOMB QUILTS .... ; . .. . : -15/9, ,18/6, 21/- : 11/4 WHITE HONEYCOMB QUILTS, .:...;. ,.:v.v 18/9, 22/6 12/4 WHITE HONEYCOMB QUILTS . . . . . . .. 28/6, ;33/6,' 37/6/45/ 10/4 WHITE MERCERISED SATIN QUJLTS ,.-? ,. .... ... ,. .29/6 11/4 WHITE MERCERIStD SATIN QUILTS .. : ..,.'. . . . : 37/6 - j 2/4 WHITE MERCERISED SATIN QUILTS ........
ITALIAN ZEPPELIN DESTROYED. German's Suggestive Hint. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
ITALIAN ZEPPELIN DESTROYED. German's Suggestive Hint. , .' ' : .('Reuter,'s .Telegram). .' . ' . ''' '' ''-' .'?''?. ' ''''; ''-''1r.ON'r--rVT-i.'-*!1Sinh!iiriln'w''K . .A ^Bei:jiriXt.el.fegraW'-.'st'ates''that ?a.!;Zej)- pelJn' ' wliidli ; was ^Tecently' ' handed'^ove'r to , Italy .Ava,s,;badly^,,damlige\l;'-o^ after a.-trlar,.ilight--noaii!!(Rbmei:; 'Tlire'e: 61. '. the' , '.Italian . .crew ^..were^'killed'' ''arid i several 'injured. ''?'' '-'??'. '';: -'';: .''?!«?? rtW'*-'5| '?I-t' 'is alleged/tlVat tlie I'tallan'K'Hvefe unable to..'. ropair; 'the'1 dainage \antV vth6 Germans ' -i-'ef used , .to '? replace IHe''dfini aged .patts as cb'ritYary1 'tb':_tlie Peiibe Olr.eaty. The Italians '?? Ifave' 'de'eided ?- t'J scrap 'tiie ..aiivship. 1 ...,1 ' ' . * -''-. ? The1 Germans,' with '.' . -ill-concealed satisfaction', -suggest^tlia't 'the Zeppelins | delivered to Britain. 'Franco and Japan will meet a similar fate. '''.?;'?-? -v. .,
FEDERAL CABNET. DAILY MEETINGS. To Discuss important Matters. HIGH COMMISSIONERSHIP. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
FEDERAL CABNET. DAILY MEETINGS. To Discuss important Matters. HIGH COMMISSIONERSHIP; MELBOURNE, Sunday j ui iio.ii i\ uio nionins no meeting of the Federal Cabinet has been held, but nrxt week theie will he daily galhoi- ' ngs of Mmisteis , I The list of items for consideration is one oi tho most foimldable that has en i;i-?e(J the attention of the Go\ernment | -mce the wai period i The Govornment's pol.cy in regaid to I the ll'gh Commiislonoi's' office is eagei ly awaited Sn .loseph Cook's appoint ment as sucee&sor to Mi Fishei in Lon den' is still problematical It is niacti cil/, ceila.n, howevei, if it he the l-nanimnus \/ish of Cabinet S1hat ho should accept tho position, tint the Tieasuiei vill accede to their wishes On the othei hand there aio not a rcw in the nine' circles of Federal poll u'-s who helie\e Mi Hughes himself innj assume the post They profess to ?5ce in fie ppi ointment of All Shepheid as otllcial'sccretarv a clear' indication of this, but whoe\ei the Ca...
COUNTRY DISAFFECTION. NEW PRESS CAMPAIGN. Passive Resistance of Farmers. Little Wheat for Silos. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
COUNTRY DISAFFECTION. NEW PRESS CAMPAIGN. ' Passive Resistance of Farmers. Little Wheat for Silos. SYDNEY. Suudav. Tho disaffection th.it .is developing in the noil hoi n and southern distucls ol tho State regaiding the piocllK.il State ailministiation andl canlialiRalioii, will, according to n message ,fiom Albuiy I- obitbly take the foi m ot; a State-wide agitation which 1.s to he sot in motion in the.rnuntiy ]-iess during the, jiext few weeks ( , 'J'he laimeis at Walla Walla aio ic fusing to use the silos, and out of a hai ?\est of 270 000 bushels, up to the pie-' fc.ent less,. than 50,000 bushels linvo been delivered to the silos They allege1 that the silos (up* damp. I At Hentv the fairness are aho show li'f passive K-si t nice to buflT 1i indlniy
TAMWORTH NEWS. ADULT DEAF AND DUMB SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
TAMWORTH NEWS. } ADULT .DEAF 'AND DUMB SOCIETY. Jlr. JDhri'D6nih;! ?: representative' ? of i ? tlio ?'Adulf'lieaf and' Dumb' /'Socially' of | New South' ?'Wiiles'v'lij ih.TiirriwortU;'-; and I will ; solicit- subscriptions '-'Tor 'this wor- i tiijvsociety:;^;: ? ;-; ? .?',;??.; ,.:. :.- ,| ? . .-?? ?-?'?: ?.'????-.-. ?? ?? - - ?-???? | TAMWORTH -HIGHLAND GATHERING | Attention is drawn to an alteration j in 'the Sprinted -programmes of dancing : competitions at Tamworth Highland I Gathering on Anlversary Day. In each!! case ?where the; printed programmer states. that the event is for competitors! 12 years and' under, it should read un-j tier 12 years, arid in each case where it] statesTO -years and under, it should read : under 10 years. , ? ' ;;-i TEACHERS' ^PROMOTIONS/: ] \. As' the result- ;of examination at; . Jljchalelhiab- 'last 'the ~:' -i'undernientloned tcacliers in the ;Nbrth havetquallfied tor i second .class:' 2A.: William -.T. -Carney. ' Dumaresq.'S B: William' Clifton,1...
TAMWORTH SHOW. MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE. Judges Elected. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
TAMWORTH SH(JW. MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE. Judges Elected. ..--A (meeting of the Tamwortii J3. and A,. 'Association ? committee -was ? held .m the ;.t)fflce ;Ol' the ^Secretary, Mr. F. '.jG-., Callaghau, on Friiiay. the President Mr. B. H. G. -King, presiding over a vea'y good attendance. ELECTION, OF JUDGES. The . appointment of judges for the variousUsections ,ol' the Show 'was the first business. The following were ohosen:— ' Light .horses,. Major - F. White, .Glen Innes. . - -.-???. 'vPraught-, Stock: Mr. Ferguson,. Breeza. 'Cattle 'section, Dtfrhams, -Mr.':'El:;R. MoreeT Fat cattle, Mr. :H. --Fleming; Dairy Cattle,- Mr.. L'. D. Dutton, Guyra. ';::MefinprBlieep';^MaN::A.;,!C.^Cos.riJralla; Coarse woblsT -Mr.'A.Vnoss', Balaclava.1 ' . Pigs:; Mr.: G.,rR.rSims. , ,,,,v\.,.. ,.*„ JP.oultry, ;;, dpgs,\,-j)i'ge6ns:'1 and' - canaries: Mr;;«Wv-^C:»Ebrs'ter';i(Mascot)i;X^Kifr0i:'' Farm produce: ..Messrs. J.l-JBUrnet, J. Moon and W. T.'' Callcot. ' ':????'?'' -'1 - , . Vegetables :,i-irri....
WALLSEND RACES. RONALYN WINS THE SHORTS. Salary the Chief Event. Green Frog the Final. NEWCASTLE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
WALLSEND RACES. .iRONALYN WINS THE SHORTS. Salary the Chief Event Green Frog the Final. NEWCASTLE; Monday. Races we'o held at Wiillsend yostor dai Results — i TRIAL' HANDICAP, 7'fur TRAJECTOPvY »u s, 3 yoais by Lirino— Artillei / Maid, 7 4 me 41bs ovpi (Mayo) 1 KUNOPIi*. blk g, 0 yciis, by Hymun — Utopm, 7 0 less 71bs ill (Mm dock) - 7INGAREK b m; 4 yens, by Oims i Zmci'-a, ' 8 (- l^S' filbs a'l ( T Cliiko) ' Othei staiteis Hork Rino 9 0 Coon Arerv 8 0, Merv Blue 7 9 inc Olbs over Pcisian S --c. 7 0 less 31bs ill, Palaver a 7 0, rCH 7 0 loss 'ilbs all ' ii3ettmg 1 to 2 against Hock Rino, 3 to 1 (TRAECTORY and Kunopia 8 to I Zinc-iico and'Cooii Merv, 10 to 1 others; Palavci mide the innning fiom Tri jectoiy, ICmopi.i, Coon'Meiv, Hock 'Vno and'Z.ngiree Men Bine wa51 loft P'tavei lod into tlic stiai^ht, but was clmllcngeJ b- jTi ooctory ind Kunopia at the dljtanco In a sood finish Tri jeotory was first, Kunopi'1 socond a nock away, wiki two lensths betwoen second and third ^alavei vv?s...
HEAVY HAIL IN BATHURST. BATHURST, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
HEAVY HAIL IN BATHURST. BATHURST,' Sunday I A phenomenal ha.l stoim was expei . lenced m the city about four o'clock joa- ' teiday afternoon, when gicat lumps of ice began to tlnmdei on the loots of the, houses Many skylights and windows , weie smashed, while s6me housse weic, floodea * , rhe «toim was lestncted in ils aiea, but on one oichaid more than halt the fiuit was stupped from the trees A total oi 130 points of ram was legisteied in tw enty minutes
BIG TENNIS. American Players Too Good. JOHNSTON BEATS HAWKES. Tilden Wins from Brooks. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
BIG TENNIS. I American Players Too Good. JOHNSTON BEATS HAWKES. Tilden Wins from Brooks. SYDNEY, Sunday. Fully 4000 persons were present -a,t. Double Bay when the tennis matches between Ameiica ind Austialia weie continued yc-terdav afternoon Tlie fiist m. ten was the singles be Uveen Johnston (Ameiici) and llawiccs (Austialia) Tohnston was ,-first 10 | serve, lout lost (the game Though Havvkes made^one or two mistakes he | thoioughly deseived his v/in -Mohnslon von the beoond aUhough Havvkes. aious ed enthusiasm byj a couple of diflicint ictums The Ametican then won hi, pi vice in Rood style In the third jame, Hawkes, with .1 difficult sweivinj^heivicp ^ol to 10 be foie Johnston scoied, and lan out when the Anieiiciin was -!0 Howpvoi, he lost he fifth gai^e, and the scoie was 3 — 2 , Ameiica ams leadm'- in the next aame, I md deuce \/?s called bevoial times Havvkes hadKseveial chances of win ning, but finally broke down on an easy one Level pegging to the last point a as the oidei ...
SWIMMING CARNIVAL. Hawaiians Again Successful BIG CROWD PRESENT. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
SWIMMING1 CARNIVAL Hawaiians Again Successful BIG CROWD PRESENT SYDNEY, . Sunday. The vvinnning carnival concluded jcsteulay It is estimated in 11 fully ()000 spectalois weie piesent iho .20 yauls chanipionship of Npw South Wiles icsulted J.angci J, Kealo ha. 2, Longwoith i, Beauiepane i me lace rvvas a gieal one herild and Kejoha were fust away, buL me jat irt soon singled out, anil aftei coinn GO y.aidb was an fioni. ot Langei, with Beauiepane on even termb At the end ot the first lap Kealolia. -was out three y.uds li,om Langei with Beauie paiie, Herald,'. and Longwoith close to gpthei Keilol 1 maintained his advan tage until 50 yafds liom the iinish when Lmgei began to- ovei lam him, while Beaurepaiie and Longwoith also bfgm to leducp thp gap The excite nipiit was intense Tvvcntv yaids Horn t',e Iinish Linger led Keiloha v\jth Longv oilh and Beauiepiire swimming neck and nock a few -aids bphind Langer -won by a yaul and a half. Horn Kealoho. while 'I^ongvvcytli who heat Bpaurepan...
CONSTABLE SURPRISED. Supposed Offender Aged Seven. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
CONSTABLE SURPRISED. Supposed Offender Aged Seven. ! _ i SYDNEY, Sunday i I Tho wollongong police were noiifieu last night that a bmglai was »n Sykes' shop in Ciown Stteet, Wollongong, and they suriounded the building j On heaiing a movement noni the back door a constable diew Ins revolvej The iTooi 'dpeheel 'qinetly,~aiid the' constable shouted 'Put yom hands up I have you covered' Then theie stepped befoie the astonished policeman a tin- boy, who owned up to being sbven yens of age lie had some goods m his possession, and ?trail .appear before the Children's Com I -
TWO MEN STABBED. Argument in Boarding House. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
TWO MEN STABBED. i Argument in Boarding House. | SYDNEY, Sundav ' Two men v. ere seriously slabbed dm ing a hi awl In a lodging house in Geoige Stieet Noith last nisht A number of seamen and wharf laboi cis aie lodgers at the place/ and some of them, weie undei the influence of dunk. A quan cl began, and it soon as sumed the propoi lions of a senous me lee, during the course of which Geoige' Melville and Arthur Hebbs, seamen, j \\pie set upon -md stabbed with a knife i Melville was sashed in the wnst and left hand Hebbs leceired a. deep wound undei the left arm. Later the -police aiiebted i seaman end chaiged him with haung mahcioush inflicted giovious bodily harm on Mchillo I
BOXING. Jamito Defeats Wyns. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921
BOXING Jamito Defeats Wyns. SYDNEY, Sunday Aithur Wvns, cC Be''ium, vas sub jeeted to a severe tjiuellini; bv the Tili 1 1110 .Tanito, al tl'o Stulium last nighr Attei the sixteenth lound the Belgian signalled that ho li id had enough Eailj in Hip contest Wyns light hand oceanic practicallj Ubeles.s and fiom then on ho tMineU vvilhstood lenitic blows Tioin tho Tilipmo Wyns ' eftoit ! was «, pluckv one Taminto howevei 'howed lnmsell a much nnpioved boxei His long aims flew like finis at I mes Wyns ha3 piobabl) Iractuied 1 sina'il bonp neai the wiist - ,