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LOOKING FOR TRUTH. Britain Asks About the Dry Law. Britain asks about the dry Law. (Published by Arrangement.) "There has been no Prohibition." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

LOOKING FOR TRUTH. Britain Asks : About the. Dry Law. 'Britain asks about the .dry. Law. . - . 'There has ' been.no' Prohibition.' 7 \ (Published, by.. Arrangement.) New York, December 9.— Does a great newspaper know what is ? happening around It? - ..?-??? ''?'.., ? Recently '; the True' Temperance of Great Britain, of which the, Earl of, Hals bury is President, wrote to -the- New York 'World' for information regarding the working of the prohibition law In the United States. 'The truth regarding the position is. more likely, to be known, in the offices of important newspapers than anywhere else,' was the belie* express ed, by the secretary as a reaspn for ap plying to the newspaper for ' the infor mation.' .??.--'. The 'World' says: 'Prohibition has been in effect only ten months: - In so far as New York 5*- concerned, there has been ?? no Prohibition. During that period more whisky has '? lintloubtedly been sold-and drunk in New York than during any corresponding period of the cit...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIBERNIAN ALL-HEIGHTS AND TROTTING AT BARRABA. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

HIBERNIAN ALL-HEIGHTS AND TROTTING AT BARRABA. rollown? ere tho weight' foi the Mlhcinian M, hpi-jhts nnd Trotting Clubs moo* In.; on Janmiy 2G 1021 — Novice Hipdioap, 1 fin Tin Novice 101), CIpiisoi 10 fi, Vallpy 0 0, V'ca'-) Willie 9 Q v'lytilx 8 7 Lsuly Tallncj I 7, Btuce 8 7, Meg S 7, Happy Gill S 7, Winona 8 7 Flying H-indicap, 4 fm Sloop Out II 7, Howbleck 11 0, Aliy, Bell 10 5, Fair'Novice ^0 ?- Tlionin Cite Pa Di-) 10 0, Rock Piinco 10 0, , Ileio (lite Tolly Ueio) 10 0 Yo-lbloom 0 7 VMlpy 1 0, Wea j Willie 0 0, Vajtin. 8 7, Lady ralla'y 8 7 - Anntvenuy Handicap 1 fui Mist rljman 9 I ?-! liter /Nap S'9, JCieponne 8 0, S io 7 10 Golden Shaft 7 7 Hibeniian Handle ip, ii fui Sleep Out 11 7, Howjlick 11 0, Fair Novice 10 r-, Clenson 10 r-, Uionin 100 Rock Prince 10 0, tHeio 10 0, Vailc 0 0, Ciopoone 0 5, Biuce 87' ' \ Bairiba Hindirip '4 fm Miss ;Hj man 0 7, Master Nip 8 O.ICippoone -8 b, Sio 7 10, Golden Shaft 7 7 rainier i ,and Tradesmen's Tiot, 1 mile Red Wings scr , Sidneys i...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST SPORTING NEWS. A.J.C. RACES. MALTGILLA WINS CHALLENGE. Marcinelle the Trial. Kikuman January Handicap. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

'LATEST SPORTING NEWS. AlC. RACES. MALTGILLA WINS CHALLENGE Marcinelle the Trial Kikuman. January Handicap. ovwmrv Sunday The -Anniversao meeting of the Austra lian Jockey Chib was opened it Hand ?wick yesterday afternoon and will be concluded on Wednesd .- next. Animci sary Day*: ; ReSUU3:~HURDLE RACE. '.. , . About, two miles. YUCATAN, b g, Gyrs, by Cooltnm ? (imp)— Avem, 9 1 (Treen) 1 BUNGUNNA, 1) m, aged by Uulkeroo Devotion, 10 0 (G Dwis) 2 TAHALIE, b g aged, bv Taree— Nata g Other 'starters Tnllefoi m 1810. Black Chief 9.S, Nowia Bill 9 2 jnc 21b over, Gloucester Castle 9 0 n Betting: 5 to 2 against Anglerorm, o ,to 1 Black Chief, 7 to 2 YUCATAN, 0 to 1 Bungunna 12 to 1 Gloucester Castle, and Taralie, 20 to 1 Novua Bill Tote dividends Tor 10/, rust £1/10 Bccond 14/6 Bungunna and Taialie led over the first jump irom Nowia. Bill The latter had charge down and out of the straight irom Bungunna and Taralie, while Black. Chief lost his rider. Nowra Bill fell at the mile post, leavi...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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SYDNEY GRADE CRICKET. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

SYDNEY GRADE CRICKET. SYDNEY, Sunday First giade ciickot lesulted Petersham v Noith Svdnoy FormPr ?- for' 470 (Scott, not out 110, Sinitli, not out, 23°.) Balmain v Gleue LtHoi none foi 83, formqi 18T (Basset t 0 foi G8) Unlveislty v Middle Hiiboi. Foimei 252, la^toi nono for 106 (Western Subni'bs v Cenlial Cumbpi land Foimei 200, latter 4 for 58 (Rus soil 4 for ol, including l)at,tilck)i -, Waveiloy v Ooidon , Foimei ,5 foi 341 ''ClppiV,7Q, Poldevin 71 Lew npt out, 78). , iJiu!(iinglon v Svdnpj Foimei 7 foi 330 (w liming by 71)

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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BRISBANE RACES. BRISBANE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

BRISBANE RACES BRISBANE: ' Sunday, J3nsbano races (iesiiHed — ' ' Tiial Handicap 'Doween '1, Mawhin iipy 2, Lid/ Pipei,3 Winnei 14 to 1 Won bv a neck Time, l1r-Vl Filing Handicap , Fleldacro 1, Haifa Chalice 2, Rappel jcing 3 ' Winnoi, 4 to 1 Won by a length Time, 1 14 VI Foundation Handuap Demeiantus 1, Noelmaync-^, -Taianto -d - 'Winne.i 11| to 1 Won bv a lent'n Tme, 2 20V1 ,Fiist No ico Handicap 'Walth.un 1, ivaloma 2, S- co King J Winnei , 0 to 1 Won by two lengths Time, 1 II Weltei Handicap 1 tiladin 1, Faithful Laddie 2, My Thoughtn 3 Winnei, 7 to 2 ' Won1 b\ n lensth Time, 1 27 VI i ?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

???' cricket. r:r-'r'[ The -annual fixture, . Tamworth: v. Muswellbrbow ' will . be: played at Tam wii-rth' on Anniversary' Day, January 26, commencing at 10.30; a.m., and promis es to be very interesting as both teams are well represented. The match will be in conjunction with' the Caledonian; Society's sports and half the ^proceeds are. .to bo donated to tho Tamworth District -Ambulance. Luncherr ? can-be had on the' ground.- . Following Is the Tamworth team: — Payne, Hyman, ^Thompson; Keys, KH-; brde, Steel, Read, ,T. ?Nankeryis, Wai kom, Boschetti, RcbertSj Leatliley (12). Umpire: Mr. T^lter; scorer. Mr.1. Pringle. ^^^^^^^mt^ ' :

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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NORTH AND NORTH-WESTERN SHOWS. Fixtures for 1921. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

NORTH AND NORTH-WESTERN SHOWS. Fixtures for 1921. Guyra P.A. : and H. Association. PJ N. Stevenson, secretfiry, February 16, ? 17, Jnvercil, February 22, 23, 24. Robertson A. and H, Association, . E. S. Martin, secretary, February 22, 23. Southern New England p. and A. As sociation (Uralla), H. W. Vincent, s.cc retary, February 22, 23, 24. . ... ' .Newcastle A., H. and ;i. Association, ,E. J. Dann, secretary, February 23 to 2tfl Tamworth 'P. and A. Association, F. G. Callaghan. secretary, March 1, 2, 8. Tenterfield P., A. and M. Society. E. W: Whereat, secretary, March 1, 2, 3'. Walcha P.-.and .A. show; March 2 and Hunter Rivier A. and H. Ausocltlon (West Maitlalul), E. :H. Fountain, secre tary, Jlarch 3, i, 5. Glen Innes. P. and A.: Society, Geo. A. Priest, secretary, March 8, 9, 10. . ' Armidale and New England P., A. and.H. Association, . A: H. McArthur, secrctaiy, March 15 to 18. Upper Hunter P. and A. Association, R. C. Sawkins, secretary, March 16, 17. . Narrabri P.. A. and ? ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Lengthening Life. MARVELLOUS EXPERIMENTS. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

Lengthening Life. I MARVELLOUS EXPERIMENTS. M (Reu lei's Telegiam.) , E= LONDON, Sundiy. n Professor J. Hubley, of Oxford, in a if statement regavding the control of groi- II th, deel ires that In biological expert- ||| inenls proved the span ot life of many E animals can be lengthened. He is ot E| opinion that a considerable measurn ot is control of the life cycle of maiii will also B§! be obtained IB Kj altermlnely staiving and foeding J| flat worms he kepf. them of ihe same ago Rl and same type of behaviour for a period ?§ duung which the lest oi the brood pass- B ed through nineteen generations. This Kj period, translated in human terms would K* take man backwards to tho time of Chau- K cer. In the case of ?animals their nor- H nwl life ha-, been piolonged forty per i§ eent . ? ? M He, concludes the UlKir of Life, so long ||| soughr m the Middle \ges,- has at last ll been found nut, arter till, it. is only, for K flat worms Ws

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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ALLEGED ROBBERY. Three Men Arrested. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

\ ? . ? ALLEGED ROBBERY. Three Men Arrested. SYDNEY. Sundav , Constable Brogan, of Kensington, ai ?eslod tin oo men single handed yosteulay I '.ftemoon i Shoilly hefoio three o'clock h4e was ihoaid a citj hound tiam when the con iluctoi told him lie saw tlnee men as sault and rob ,\n eldeily man m Itooie Paik Constable Biogan inmped off thr tr?ir-, ' and vent back to the scene^ of the' ll legal assault He found Edward Peaison aged 59, a \isitor fiom Mungumh, lynm unconscious on 1he gi.iss He had a deep cut o^cr his right eye Biogan seemed n. car, and diovo along the load, keeping Ihe three men in sight He slowly drew level with thorn, and oidored thorn into the cai The men obejed, and wcio charged with assault and lobberv. A watch and some monev winch he longed to Pearson weio iccove'ied.

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German Indemnity. FRENCH PREMIER'S STRONG CRITICISM. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

German Indemnitv. li FRENCH PREM I ER'Sf STRONG' 'SB CRITICISM. Hi (Router's Telegram.) ..' W& LONDON, Sunday. W$i Reuioi's Pans con espondent wire: The vole ot confldence in the Frentl Government was. followed by a statement by M Bnaud, chniactei Ising the' present fixation of tlie total indemnity as a fooa bargain, and emph.isibing tho determina tion of Fiance lo enforce the Treaty to the lotltei, and oL exhausting every meiins of conciliation bofore resorting to foice M Biiand is confident of Allied soliilar ltj, but if Fiance is lot 1. alone to face a piobable Geiinan aggiession she will not hesitate :to' take her own measures.

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LATE TELEGRAMS. Bank Officer Fired At. EARLY MORNING INTRUDER. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

LATE TELEGRAMS. ????--? — ? — -? — ?-? . ::?- - Bank. Officer -Fired At. ~ EARLY MORNING INTRUDER: SYDNEY, Sundiiv. Early yesterday morning ..' Frederick Sherman, an official of '.the 1 Redfern branch'- of the Commercial Banking Company, was 'shot at. Jlr. Sherman j lives on Iho. ground.. floor, and when lie ho.nu a noise in the banking chambei , lip not out of bed. switched on the light in Ins loom, secuicd his lovohci, and walked along tho passage towaids the counter. ...Thus .ho was: in full view of the armed :i robber. Before lie had time to investigate a. shot i.irg out, and .i bullet \i Iii7/od past his head 1 Sherman lired tnieo Bhots m succs sion, but they missed, and the intiudei escaped Unough a. wmdow and down llio '??ihililfiK'

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Integrity of Russia. GUARANTEE NEEDED FOR PEACE VANCOUVER, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

Integrity of Russia. GUARANTEE NEEDED FOR PEACE | (Reutor's Telegram.) 1 VANCOUVER, Sunday. Kl A.Washington message says: A public m& and solemn engagement of the Great jjm Poweis not to violate or permit the vio- M lation of the teiritonal integrity of Kits- km sia, is necossiuy to pacific action in Ar- |2$| menia and other Bonier States, and bg| would clearh place the responsibility for ^ anv outbieaks . h| The declaiation would in effect tell H| Russia 'You 'aie not menaced. Ine ^ Gieat Powois have %oluntarily giiaran- H| lood yon fiom attack, and you can have ma peace if jou want it.' §fp| The above wab wTittcn by President JSM Wilson to the League ot Nations. M

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Typhus Epidemic. PLIGHT OF EASTERN EUROPE. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

Typhus Epidemic. M PLIGHT OF EASTERN EUROPE. JJ ^Router's Tcleeram.) lil 1 LONDON, Sunday. IB Reutoi's Geneia. conespondent -wirei. ^,j Despite the elToits ot the Health Sei m ^ices, typhus is still i.tvaglng Eastein m riuopc Theie are tlnee to four toons- || .mil cases 111 the legion of Grodno, woa m and Molko^yez An mllux of Russian ami ffl Ukiamian ie£ugecs in di\licia is compli- m cating,tho Uask of the medical staff, many |j of whom have succumbed to the epl- m domic. ..,: , . '. .U H

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KNOCKED DOWN BY TRAIN. Porter's Serious Injuries. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

KNOCKED DOWN BY TRAIN. Porter's Serious Injuries. MELBOURNE. Sundsiv Ei nest Dickons, a junioi porter, at South Biunswick Railway Station, whose paients lGbide at Adelaide, wab knocked' down by a (lain whilst cios-,ing Ihe line and had his leg amputucd and bkull fiac turod IIo was taken to Melbourne Hos pital about midnight

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SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

SPECIAL FORECAST. For the Is'ortnern 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. Some isolated thunderstorms; otherwise fine and hot, with north erly windc. THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. ? ? ?? v. . ? ..????. imi , - ? - I — — ^— ^— — — — — — — — MONDAY, . JA2CTJARY 2-1, 1021.

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BRITISH SUBMARINE LOST. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

BRITISH SUBMARINE LOST. (Reutoi's Tele^ifun ) , LONDON Snlurd.u . Tho Adminlly .innoum ci iho tot il loss, of a subniaiine, uiulei Commandei Caimes, in Decembei, with all hands, numbering 21, at Iho appioach lo tho Channel. Inquiries are being mndo

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARADISE SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

PARADISE SWIMMING. The swimming place at Paradise mas been veiy vwell pationised during the l,isl few daja On Satuicjay and yes tciday lecoid ciowds went in foi a dip 'The diebsing shed for the men will have to bo onlaiged./H^Ji^tis/far 1 too #iall foi the demands,, made i|p~on it I Confusion le'gned supieuie }n tb,e bhed, 1 and several articles oL at,tiie weie mis ! 1 lid and onlv rescued aftei much scram Ibling The ludios! - lied i was inot ovei irowdedi, nnd it* fieems ,\o be, t quite l.ngo enoa,jh Two spi tngboawls jiaNe been oiocted al LlioT pool md som.erln leiosting e-entsfweio uccomplishd with tlnjii aid '[Diving competitions - have alieady been held ^ One incident yesterday mailed the othoiwlso pleusanl scene K child ot Mi and Th't P Y Plpei got1 lnto'dlfll cult p', v hile. m the water Noticing this, All Alf Tivloi, whopwus. fully dies^ed, dived m md biousUl the qlnld safely abhoio Pails of Iho pool .11 e^ quite safe foi ehildipn, vnIio should1 bo 'can } liondd ngnnst going...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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STRIKERS' MASS MEETING. To Be Held in Sydney. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

STRIKERS' MASS MEETING. To Be Held in Sydney. SYDNEY. Sundnv A Melbourne niLbsage slates thar though no elticlal advices l.a\e Ue«n le ' t-eived in Melbourne with legaid to the delibei aUons of Aho Tian«port Woik eih' Fedo'allon, It is now legaidod as ceilain that a mass mooting of stew ards is lobe held In , Sydney. : The Federation has rovfewed the Kteps lo bo taken to a.scnrlain the. opinion of the men ns In the advisability of rn turning -o woiic.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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More Signs of Waking Up. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

More Signs of Waking Up. 'The Land,' the official organ of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, ib the latest metropolitan journal to lend approval to the New State movement. In a leading article it says 'The Novth ?eYiTtfew Staters are playing a \f inning gOMeJ' and goes on to explain that Ihc Hiverina and Northern New South Wales are both fully entitled to free dom from Sydney control. Comments like these are the strongest possible jus tification of the New Stateis, who aio claiming that their proposal is not for ?the injuring of the area now known as New South Wales, but merely for the gftd&vbf.'the whole. Is it not reasonable t& -suppose that if two New States of tho size of Victoria were created imme diately the result, judging from the. ex perience of all other States, would be enormous fresh progress? Unless hu man nature has changed, or the ?genius of British, .cpnimunifies for ? se)f-{jov em- inent has 'evaporated in Australia, the moment the North and Riv...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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THE LATEST. Submarine Disaster. A NAVAL MYSTERY. Ramming Theory Denied. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

THEIATEST Submarine Disaster. J A NAVAL MYSTERY. | Ramming Theory Denied. 1 (Ueu tor's TcleKrniii.) '' | ?- — i_ .:?.' ...» ; Is' LONDON, Sundav. i n'l|ii-tjconn.«ction' with the- loss, of -the E ?British submarine it is stated that K5 I was rammed during exercises which aim- I ed at ascertaining the - vulnerability ot I big ships. . The submarine was acompany. I ing tho Atlantic fleet oivfa long cruise in I Sjmnish and Portuguese waters. Five | submarines jlived for undersea practice I but only four reappeared. A flotilla of I destrojers searched in vain. The re- I maining stibmniines weie drdercil to pro- I coed to Vfcin* ' '^ I Later, n The K3 disaster which is the first ser- B ious Butisln naval accident since the war E9 still lacks explanation; ?-????? : ??.?!. g Tho Adranalt- demos the ramming ? theorj The^leptli of water, is GOO feet 1 at Arosa Baj wheie the vessel was lost. H Theiefoie salvage is most unlikely. & It is inleiebiing to recall that the di- H vulging of ...

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