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Guns and Gunmen. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

, , Guns and Gunmen. '' The cowardly shooting of a pohco ' man in a Sydney park, and a double shooting affray next night, as a lesult of which at least one victim is expect ed to die, are causing an outcry fiom the police force. It is. pointed out by police officials that while armed mlUaus ans abroad with .concealed fircaiins it cannot be said that the lives oL either civilians or police are safe. Theie lias been. an. epidemic of violent cumes 'lately in^whiich firearms and knives h.i\e played the chief parts. A knife, of course,, has many purposes; and it would bo hard to supervise its use. In the case of. a revolver it ought not to be hard to restrict its use to those who have need for it. On the principle of safety flist it is as well to aseurne that any man who is mad enough or bad enough to cany a revolver is mad or bad enough to use it This being so, it seems light thai - the greatest care shoujd be taken to | ^bring__such persons to book \vhero\er. possible. There are, of co...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONEY FOR FARMERS. Second Federal Payment. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

MONEY FOR FARMERS. Second Federal Payment The Tamwoith floui nulls Leceived word tl.at rollowmg on the announcement of the Minislei to the eifecl that no deductions on account ot faimeis' indebtedness to the, Rm.il In dustiies Boird will be ,made on eithei ol the FedPial payments foi -wheit tl obe second Tedeial peitificates -which have been sent down to tnp nuial In dustiies Boaid will V-p letuined in tho cou so of 1 few tdavs; Tin1 means that farmers, although indebted to tlie Boaid will no doubt be d,ble to pn v itelj .mange to lealise on 01 diHpount Uielw second Pedei.il ceitifi OltPS t

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

MANCHESTER UNITY ODDFELLOWS 'Hie mcmbeis ot the local bianch of the Manchc-lei Unit- Oddfellows ari. holding -i s.ocu'1 evening 111 the lod^P loom on TiiPSdn night, the 21th mst , foi the puipose of meeting Bio T 1'ei kni' Past Liand Mastei ot the Oidei in New South Wales? v ho is on a visit to the annual uistiict meeting As P«ist Giand Mastei iPeikins is a vei- Iluent 'peaker, membois should nol miss the eppoitunitv ol heaiing him

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Moonbi's Oldest Resident. OLD LADY WHO WAS ROBBED BY THUNDERBOLT. "He Was Not Impertinent." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

Moonbi's Oldest Resident OLD' LADY WHO WAS ROBBED BY 'THUNDERBOLT. 'He Was Not Impertinent.' 'An; interesting feature of the New State meeting at Moanbi on Satuidas was the piesejice ot Moonbib oldest' re- bident, Mis Maij McClelland, lelict of the late.' William McClelland, who' 'died many veais ago The old lady sat on a'chair in stho open all the aflernoonj.and was veiy Intel ested in, the bpeeches, and she greatly appieciattd the band mubie S1)O was piesented ?with -i New Stat,e button, and insisted upon wearing it at once Mis McClelland sellled at Moonbi 6C jeais ago bhe and hei husband weie tho very' first settlers. For 40 years she kept the, old Coacli and Horse Hotel, wobably the oldest hostelry still '.stand- ing in the distuct It is now vi4-rb.le to pibscrsby as a littlp led single stoiey building on the. main road with the sign in fiont^'BUdget Flanagan, licensed to sell .colonial .vvliiB.s.'' Mrs. McClelland, i.s 88 jeais of age, but is still healthy and 'able. '.to ..wal...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW STATERS. Brass Band in the Bush. MOONBI PEOPLE FORM A LEAGUE. Eager Demand for Buttons and Booklets. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

NEW STATERS. ? -O ? Brass Band in the Bush. MOONBI PEOPLE FORM A LEAGUE. Eager Demand for Buttons and Book lets The sleep langes of Moonln echoed and ip echoed on Satuiday last with th«- c\lnliiating sti uns of a brass band It v-as (lie fust time -in the GG yeais h stoiy of the little old village that such nounds and such a spectacle weie heard and teen Travellers diiving along th» road iiiu&t lnve been thundei&luick as 'he unevppcted music bioke upon theii eirs and tliej' must have been, even moio .ulounded In passing (.mou^li, Voonui to spo neailv 200 people seated 1'iidfi (he -.pni lipes on ho\e , foims ind chans \ 1 iJr speikeis mounted on boxes uldic-'ed them A UNIQUE SCENE Thp scene was unique and momoiable It was a -ed lettei day 111 the history of Aloonbi The inhabitants of the tlnj settlement fiom the oldest to Ihe-joun^ csi. wpie there in then best dicsbos It vv is sui pi io ng tnat so small a place could pioduce so many people Ovei a bundled local lesident...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Indian Unrest. SERIOUS LOOTING OUTBREAK. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

, , Indian Unrest. I SERIOUS LOOTING OUTBREAK. | VTtnutap'n .Tl-1r-erolU.) ' ' ~ ' H LONDON, Sunday. g uiThe India. Olllce announces a serums « outbiealt of looting in the country mar- n kets, of-, tho Muzaff.irpui district. H is H bt'lievod to be. connected with Iho ion- g coopciation movement B Mihtaiy and polico are being '»? B r patched ' B

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Japs' Aerial Preparations. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

Japs' Aerial Preparations. ? 1 ^Iliiitprl Service.) B LONDON, Sunday. H The Japanese aie engaging « lnrei- u'' B tlsh .101 ml mission including pholograPJ- ? eis tiaincd in wai anil are also plactop ? big oideis in Biitiin foi aeroplanes, nn- | fillies anil imrta. ? _^^ m 'Such or thp' Cable' News on JW» I Page so headed has appeared In Tm E Times,' siid Is cabled to Australia ny | special permission It should be WW' . I stood that the opinions are not those ? of 'The Times' unless expressly st?l« ? «d U til «L. . _. — ? ?? I

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

^»«i»iii::iiiiii:i::^nii=ni!iiiiiiU!i:nnii:Hd-ii:»!i!iiiiii»Hiiiii:iii:i: ? »«ii«iiiK:;iiiU:iini!niiiiimH:iH!;i:UiHiai!ii::fiq|' | ?;?? :? :.^.; ?? -The r/mm\ I 1 Pal ace of Trade' ? ; I : i STARTED FRIDAY. ??'^-?1 |! CROWDS!. ^;:..; CROWDS! a | CROWDS;! GOING STRONG TO-DAY. CROWDS! | I pphWDS! ..,..,...,.,-. CROWDS! ??*[: Hi CR0WDS! jF YOU LIKE A LOT FOR ^LITTLE. I CROWDS! ? CROWDS! | % CROWDS ! IF THE'BARG/UN INSTINCT IS :CR0WDS , | 1 STRONG. WITHIN YOU. I I CROWDS! -~vr- CROWDS! | | DON'T MISS THE 'FAIR.' '' | | PRIES REGJlNllim I 1 PALACE OF TRADE, - 1 \LsmL* ... SOUDOAKtfflftlRS. IF iMTll at special low prices. i Hi? If Proper inteStyle. Superior in Manu w iaS M facture, Reliable. iif Material, and Ab m^msdaM solutely 'Unapproachable ?in Price. to^^^^^m PRICE, 12/6. iF^HHI BAMBOO BLINDS. . 1 . . .- Size' 4 ft. x. 8 ft ... . . PRICE, 4/ THIBAULTS LIMITED, ,;,, the house of ; good values ,. ;,;:;, .;,?; WEST TAMWOBTH. ? PHONES « AND 44.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XXV. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. By ANNIE HAYNE8. Author of 'Lady Carew's Secret,' 'Cice- ly Vlbart'fj' Love,' 'Footprints ot Fete,' etc»,etc. ..(COPYRIGHT). 1 OHiAiPOTIl -XXV. i ? The inspector saluted. as he entered tho room, and looked embarrassed nsi Sir Hamlsh shook hands with him. 'I am glad., to hear her ladyship is better,'.' ho began. Then as Sir Hamish looked at him Interrogatively, he,-.:went. ou, 'It is no good beatingiabout the bush; Sir Ham ish,;i;am aCraidyou will think it unpleas ant;'buslriess :I have come about. It is that, letter you had from Major Erring ton.'' ?-?;'? : ? . . . , . Sir Hamish turned his \ead suddenly, then he held out his cigar box , to the de tective. 'Help yourself, Inspector.' When the man had complied he chose one himself, and cut off the tip with care ithen; he .lighted H, .and . leanecl ,.. back against the mantelpiece. 'I 'don't.' quite follow you, Inspector. That letter con cerns me and nobody else.' ,:?.„??,- -.. Inspector Germain was still holding th...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GAS PRICE RISES. Higher than War Rates. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

GAS PRICE RISES. .'Higher. than. War Rates. 1 (Reuters Telegram) LONDON, Satuiua- ,' Londoners to day w ei e shocked to hear tl.e piice cf gas was being laibed 10(1, bunging it up to 5/6 pei thousand cubic feet This ib^ gieatei than any war ?' time advance. Iliis stated the use is due to the slump in the coke ti.iilc, and the tailing pi ices ot othei lesiduals The 1914 in ice was 2/S It is pointed out that coke aecentb slumped fiom £10 to £1. ?

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

?.JMsdje from the lints t 'materials, the' Mitt ^eJ- Spra 'PPiHi ? -'piABOLO lasts' if lifetime and. costs ? r, I^V UB&M p'ffl ?^110. more than har(l-rum:iiiK, wastvl'ul d///$M\~ ?§£$£? iiftfifi '?separators. :' - -.'::? .?'V::.1/: ? -..??'? ' -&-,-??&' vS $S?i!a fif'l ' VThere^s a ?DIAEOIiOvforv.yoar'lierd;' «HV-??*£C IfiME JIMI I '' ' ' To»ril)fr«-i:vv(i-jr-:dairy;'f6-r'!ll!::«!ilys;- /?-M-&*V: m-m l\W- It DIABGLQ ^.SERARATpR.;. CO.:. LTD.. .^W^*2^ft»l LOCAL AGENTS: FARMERS & GRAZIERS' CO-OPERATIVE CO., LTD TAMWORTH. '' ^-n^— ^^^^— -^ ? ** ? W« have HamclleeS ''' ?? .. . - WOOL, Fat Stock,' r & Station Produce for nearly half a. century . ^ ;; Not a. bad record, don't ycm * think so ? .' , HILL, CLARK - CO., '.LIMITED .SYDNEY'' ; v — CAMERA SENSATIANI— -^ THE MARVELLOUS -? ' ?' 'MANDEL-ETTE'. ?? ' *ve '®8P''ffiSW^@ lakes and - Camera ^^gfWl^wSi ^a^es ,' for the ifflfii^-^^^ftl Pictures.1 'A' 1TJ 1 1(* mv! 1 ^J *n it' ''' wnii^P'^3« -...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIMBER WORKERS HOURS. Government Employees Not Satisfied. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

TIMEIER* WORKERS' HOURS. Government Employees Not Satisfied. SYDNEY. .{Sunday. Tl.e Mmistei foi Education, refeinnri to the statement, made by Mi. Cutueri, acting societal y' of the Timbei Woik eis1 Union, said, he had not refused to giant a 14 liburs week io the employees of the School Furniture Factoi-, 'and ti.e men had not ghen se\en ilajs no life He had 'no power to fl\ (heir houis 01 wages They were matteis loi the Public Semce Board Mr Culbert states that tlie Union has been endeavoring for months past with out success, lo~ge,l Mr- TSTItchell to lem ' eily malteisun connection with hours and wages paid lo union employees at the Education Department's ftrniture fa-Moi\ At a special meeline; of the Union's Beard of ^lanageruent a motion was earned that the Ministei foi Education was deseiving of censuie foi filling to see that the 44 houi.3 week was put in to opeiation and foi failing, to see that employees were gi anted mci eases as agieed to b\ a conf eience of lepresen Indie...

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

Madam AGNES SYLVIA WILSON, Herbalist and Masseuse, New Slate Treatment terns, ? ' Peel-street, Tarhworth. Is a Specialist in the Diseases of the Human System, : MALE AND FEMALE. MADAM WILSON can prove suocesa Tbere others fail. Testimonial ?rom trateful patients prove her mai--«iloufl ibillt7. Her great experiences In man) Jther. countries have been- the means ot storing hundreds of pronounced hope- ? 'ess oas6s. Dont delay'. . Don't waste Ime and money any loader ;No more expense of Sydney. Madam Wilson's Treatment Rooms lave every appointment necessary for, he treating of all diseases, and patients j tome 'to her from all parts. This Is j mfficlent evidence of her ability. ( , Rheumatism, Chronic, Inflamatory and Vluscular, Solatia, Lumbago, Excema, irid All Skin Troubles, Fits, Nerve Trou -le, All Lung and Chest Troubles. Cata ?ah, Piles, Cancer, V.nr ,and Throat Trouble, Diabetes and I'uralysis, Make your appolntrnf'1 tn-rinv Phone ?or . : TO REMOVE Corns nnd Wnrts without any h...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWCASTLE MYSTERY. MO LUN'S DEATH. MURDERER STILL AT LARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

NEWCASTLE MYSTERY. _ — ^- MQ LUN'S DEATH. MURDERER STILL AT LARGE. The murderer of Mo Lun is ''still at large ^says Newcastle /'Sun.') The police. are working i hard, 'i but so far have not made _any arrests. A. large number of t.ralls~.haye .been followed, and, plain clothes men. have, scoured the district.;', .... .,?„. ;?.;. .?'',. i^.Tlle??libayiiy-ybot^ed bush country In tho neighborhood!' of the Look-out sub division,, New Lamblon, where the mur der was committed on Thursday after noon, ?? has ^been carefully examined, but the1 dense nature of .the bush lias- made an 'exhaustive search an ' impossibil ity. , ? * This morning a' large quantity of fruit, from the murdered Inan's cart still m.uked the site of tlie tiagedy. Visitois have bhown no disposition to' hehv-Uieniselves' to the fruit some 01 which is blood stained A blood stained 1 fruit box and some peanuts aie also on the spot1 ' The police ha\c not been able to find the empty cases or the caitndges fired when Lun was k...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIGH WAGES AND PRICES. Bitter Struggle Pending. Opposing Viewpoints. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

HJGH WAGES AND PRICES. 'Bitter Struggle Pending. Opposing Viewpoints. (United Scivioe ) LONDON. Kiit11rd.1v. A big light is pending between high wages and price.s. Mr 'Clings, in a lettei to the 'Times', puts' Labors Vif'wpoinl He savs 'La ooi will. 1 eject an- piopoaal foi the Re duction of wages with the object ol se I cm ing a leduction of puces'' Mr. W. L Kitchens, chaiimaii'of Cam well Laird and Co, puts the einplo-eis' position* 'Half a loaf is belter than.no In ead Tiadois who aie not piepared to I.'ke woik at a loss when faced with thai position, mut eitl'ei shut down or 10- I uuce wages In order to becure the mar ! Kets abioad it \-ill be necessaiy to re- . duce wages as well as piofits ' The. foregoing annouiicdments appar- ' cntl- maik the inauguration of a bitlei f I niggle.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLAND AND THE TESTS. P. F. Warner's Tribute. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

/ENGLAND/AND THE TESTS. P. F. Warner's Tribute. (Published in 'The Times') ' j LONDON .Saturday 'The .Tunes' fbays that) is idle to face tluee such decisne defeats as tho Engli&h encketerb ha\c subtained in| flic lebt matches and make excuses The(Austi.tliaris are a much better side, and tl.eir supenouty is hugely due to the collective batting strength „! 1 I' V. Wjirnei attnbutes the success of the Aushalians to the AIF team hav ing obtained -»ast ovpenence in 1939 The result of the tests lo date will bo '.( V».Vi ? ti*nvnnt!mV:'Muf rivnui .: will ha,' ooni-rml m the Aualialian visit to England in 1921 'A gco ddeal of nonsense has been wiittten,' &aid Warnei. ? afyout the 1ucIl- Collins Nobody gets 100 in a test match without 'plajing ieiy well II was not tho English batsmen, who lost the match Hobbs is a. genius, and 13 the greatest batsman of the age His lest match performances ure bettei limn those of any cricketer who evei Ihed. 1 Macartney is Austialia's most D...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Unpopular Government. BONAR LAW'S ADMISSION. U.S. Adds to Europe's Difficulties. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

GENERAL GABLE NEWS, i 1 ' - Unpopular Government. BONAR LAWS ADMISSION. U S. Adds to Europe's Difficulties. * jCReuter'a Telegram.) LONDON, Saturday. .Mr uonai Law, speaking .it KdiBburgh at the Merchant Company's dinner, ad- 1 milled that4 the Government was not' populai Tins was natuial, in view of the pcbt-Aar leaction J Regarding Ireland, .there was avowed- i 'y a vonspiiacv to hieak the connection | with Britain, which could not he dono ? without endangering tho secuiify of the I United Kingdom.,; In such circumstances there was bound to be excesses, but the Government would fail unless it was dc J tei mined not to, allow coeicion '| The' present economic distiess was tho , inevitable sequel of tho gioat wai I Concerning the: difficulties of tho. Peace Tieaty Mr Bonar Law ascribed the der lay with' the Biitish Tieaty to the'Ainei lean position. Indeed it was- the ah iohce of America fro many part of the bin dens 1 o£ distracted Europe which had made the position so bad

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

INTERNATIONAL-FOOTBALL. (KeuteVs Telegram ) T.nNDDN. Patmclay. In Rubgv football Pianee boat Scot land by 3 to nil at Edinbuigh. In the Soccer Amateur International. Cnunh Will's beat rngltnd b. 2 to nil ai Wfil.eilrimiilon

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEAGUE OF NATIONS. Most Hopeful Experiment. VANCOUVER, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

. LEAGUE OF NATIONS. Most Hopeful Experiment. (Router's Telegram). VANCOUVER. Saturday 'MV N W Rowell. foimer Provident of the Canadian Privy Council, in a speech at the Canadian Club, charac teiised the Leaguo of 'Nations as tlie j most hoportil pi.ictTc.il o\penment ^et tned'foV pioviding a war substitute The 'ent!' or all 'great poweis would guarantee its success. The considera tion accoided lo'.the \lews of Canada and other non-Em rp'an states was tho most, significant featuie of' the as^eir bly judged as a- woild organisation

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PACIFIC TROUBLE. India Would Help Australia. VANCOUVER, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

PACIFIC TROUBLE. l ? - India Would Help Australia. , CReulei's Telegiam). VANCOUVER, Saftrtflay ' A New Yoik message says: M Rus touirublomjeo, ' editor or the 'Onontal Review,' liombay, sppakinf 'at tlie Ca nadian Club .discusbed the iclations be tweon Austialia and Japan ,no said the foimor country was glow ng alaim etl ovoi the constantly gro.wing power of Japan 'Should there be any Uou ble in the Pacific.' he stated, 'I ven tuie to say 'India will llbe^to a nun in defence of the* Commonw^ilth, no' be cause cf he* love Toi the x\.ustialians, but on account or the devotion she beats to the flag which floats o\oi (ho Biitish Dominions ' , .

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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