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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

CASUAL COLUMN. Advertisement* accompanied by earth for hie column are Inserted at the rate of two lne»-tor.l/ (minimum two 'linos, about »lx words per llnej, each succeeding Ilnu or ?art thereof, 6-J. An additional char». of d l«_nmde for booking. : . ' ? _ _____Pp3JTION8_VACANJV__ ?'. ? . WANTED.— General, no laundry, -light dii tleK, inlddle-aered woman not objected to Apply. Mrs. Victor Cohen, Hill Street, Tamworth. i ' yVANTED — A Cook for Restaurant. T5obd , wages. _Apply,_JIrs. . M._J-Ieasu}-, Guyra: . WANTED. — Horse Driver; must- beVcapablo - of driving a team of --eight horses able .to plough and do ? ordinary - station '- work. Awanl wages. Must be married man. An j^y.2^amigeivSaiimarez',' Armldale. ; ' ;.\- PIRST-CLA'SS Benchman 'Wanted for town sawmill.; , Must, be able keep -own ,. saw i iWuges £4/10,.cr: £0 If .sharpen liK: own time.. 7, A. and: Li. Schwager, AVee Wai' i '.VANTEb.— A' General 'or Toiihg GffFto~aT-: I .slst wlUi; house work.: Mrs.:- Gus.,Regrin; _Cartha...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW STORY. "BIG PETER." Sketch of Opening Chapters. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

NEW STORY. j mm ' ?' ' 'BIG PETER' ... ? —^— . ? ? ?., ?-?'... j Sketch of Opening Chapters. j To most of our readers the name oD, John Shute may -be unramiliar. but'wo may say that ho is one of the mqst.noprj ular novelists of .the d:|/, who is;nqw- es-j saying a double, fame. In -'Big^ P,eler'| we have the greatest work he .has :; yet, done; the story, grips the reader,' from the first chapter and' holds liim .fascin-'. ated to the powerful clim'ax. ,'.,',;?., i- I The story opens on the. Kam'purli Gold fields in Australia, where Big. Peter,;, tlie I Swell, anil Scotty .have just .^struck:; it rich on the Buckingham claim.: /.They ,are big-hearted; men, '.Svli'o1 know. iwhfit.,it-;is;| in work. iind. each of' them, lias'arsecref yrhicli lib ''deems 'it! best to', keeiv'tq! liim- ';'.? self .'iml.Il. la'jir' on.:; Big,7;P.e&r*:;li&s,4 a5' photograph ' of 'a be.T-iliful;'.girV'.hung. 'bii tlie Iwall 1bf,'liis';,lmt^;,(;e;iiayjhg'tora}dt !: from ah illustrated '.weekl...

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

PROPERTY SOLD               Ware and Co. Tamorth, report hav ing sold for Mr. A. J. Pankhurst his well-known "Turi" farm near Duri.   comprising 324 acres. Freehold land   with farm machinery and horses to Mr.     A. V. Brooke, of Parramatta. This     property was selected by Mr. G. Pank     hurst 40 years ago, and was one of the first established wheat farms in the Tamworth district.  

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 24 January 1921

FUNERAL NOTICE.         The friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.   Frazier are kindly invited to attend   the funeral of their beloved son Will- iam Henry, to leave the residence, Marius Street, at 11 a.m., this day (Mon- day).              

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

9 Days Only 9 Pays Only 9 gays only What are you waiting for ? Why— -, ? I JT% X jT' A V jp-L J IWI IVI Ql^lljyE«-J /ladies' silk- ankle \ / FR0CKS' \ I // \ if ? ? „ t^k \ ^''^ ^^ ^^ // H0SE. BLACK. \\ // Usual Price, ' \\ 1 /TRIMMED MILLINERY. \/ MEN'S WORSTED \ ^ 1/ ^ iff 8/6 to .3/9. ]). C -« . /I W:J THURSDAY, JAN 27 Vj£y \^J DRESSES AND MANCHESTER 64i»- ^H^IN6~ ? ? Sale, 4/8.. 80in. U.B. SHEETING— ! 54in. TABLE DAMASK- . ' * sXW' I Usual, 6/11. . Sale- 5/_'_!l_ ? . I Sale, 5/3. , . Oil ITC ' * I 36in. WHITE CALICO— .. . OIUVO SaM/9ii; K 40!ii. SILK CREPE-DE-CHENE, 36in. U.B. CALICO— . WHITE— Usual, 2/3. :. ? Usual, 21/. Sale, I/I I. ? .' Sale, 14/11. 34in CREAM FLANNELETTE— CREAM CHAMP— Usual, 2/3. ' Mastic, Navy and Black Sale, 1/74. Usual, 21/9. 30in. STRIPED FLANNELETTE- , Sale, 15/11. . . Usualf2/6. ' ? ?; 40in. GEORGETTES— Sale, I/I I. French, White, Fawn, Mastic, Grey, ,80in. WHITE TWILL SHEETING— Navy, and Black Usual, 5/9. s UsuM, 13/11. Sale, 4/6. Sale, 10/11. 29in. A...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

CASUAL COLUMfl, AdverttaemenU accompanied by caih for this column are Inserted at the rate of two line* (or 1/ (minimum two lines, about «U words per line), each succeeding line or part thereof, Si. An additional cb&rga of 6d l« made for booking. . , ' ,: ? POSITIONS VACANT. _ ^ M'ANTED — A General or Young Girl to'as Mlst with housu work. 'Mrs. Gus. Uegan, Carthage-street, Tamworth. . . ? WANTED ? Subsidised Schpol Toucher. Ap ply, Mrs. AV. G. Davidson, Boxmoor, _Uralla. ? BRICKLATEHS 'Wanted. 26/' per day with travelling time and fares. Apply, Manaprer, 'Ottery Mine.' Tent Hill, via Deepwater. WANTED — Plain Dressmaking riiid General Sewlntr, day work, country preferred. 'Ite- llable,' 'Loader' Office, Tamworth. WANTED ? A man to do a small piece of fencing. Apply, McCnKroy's Federal Ho jjisl. Tamwovth._ _ ? WANTED — A General71io~laundry~worlc~o'r polishing. Apply, Mrs. M. O'Dpnnell, Car thage Street. Tamworth;___ WANTED — Actlvo Lad, trenerallv ''useful references. Dr. S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

fc-jimidta ? HjjuiHHUi«nHii^i^i.s^iHa!|i!^i^i^^fm«f8™fiM8nffl! ? liiiiiiiiaffliiiifefij j ' Patm&e of Tra»de j - | FAIR I SORTED FRIDAY. h« - c-^) |. ??CRpwpS:!:; ??.;??. :':u; h,;:!- ;;-??;'; v..: : crowds! g | CROWDS*' GOING STRONG TO-DAY. ? CROWDS! | ill ppnuinqi CROWDS! I HI CR0WDS ? IF you LIKE A LOT FOR A LITTLE. 4 f CROWDS'! ; CROWDS! i CROWDS' IFTHEBARGAININSTINCTIS qiJowds! f ! .????? STRONG WITHIN YOU. pfioWDS , J ! CROWDS! ??.-,? CROWDS!. j DON'T MISS THE 'FAIR.' | I MARIES BEGAN LIMIlltt I I ??.?;?? PALACE QFIBAPE,. „ . I Ill ? n-!MH.»!!!:!!»l!U!i!!!Ui!::^^ I SALE SNAPS AT \ I j GUS REGAN'S GREAT SUMMER CLEARANCE. I BLACK COTTON HOSE, FAST DYES. 1/9. N ! BLACK SATEEN UNDER SKIRTS, -,$/l). ....... i I INDIGO SPOT 'TVtflLL UNDER SKIRTS. 2/11. | WHITE MUSLIN BLOUSES. 5/11. ? . , ' ' ? ! DAINTY CAMISOLES, LACE TRIMMED. 3/6. I CHILDREN'S VOILE AND CASHMERE DRESSES. 3/11. i WHITE JAP SILK BLOUSES. 7/6. I I MILLINERY AT GIVING AWAY PRICES. ^ , \ EVERY LINE IN PLAIN FIGU...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

?|-' -- SHEEP WANTED. '-.: .'. . : ?'?..:»,' ? . . ? . ? , ,».»*._. ?.'? _? -cx. J,'We^ have immediate buyers for:— , : '. - I .'lOOP CROSSBRED EWES, 2. 4, or 6 tooth 20TPrefer?edJ:ROSSBRBD EWES- 2- 4- 6r G t0°th -hl Iamb t0 MerIno ™™ im YOUNG 'MEIilNO EWES, in lamb to Merino rams 1000. MJ3RINO EWES. 6 years, in lamb to' Merino RaTs. - ' ' ... --.ownera please forward early particulars. ' / k iGARVIN AND COUSENS, LTD.. TAMWORTH. . I CHEAP SUBURBAN HOMES. ? I ;. : ' ,;- ? ? . - '. iAB^i«rtlinCt^'1FT«!'0W' 2i ^yw.Tnmwrth. River Frontage. Well and ^Windmill. Good House and Sheds. £1050. ;A^W: '\° Acrns- 2 ?'n*s T!llmvori'-- Brick Cottage of 4 rooms, store, bath ': £%?(! %TrZr ch?,11d-Ro'J«n'1] Windmill, 6000 gallon tank and troughing. , .,#800. Terms: £400 cash, balance arranged 'A^:aellAC£30o're0h0ld' *'rOOmfi* CottWc. »'' conveniences. Owner anxious ^ftni oUtboasesB;iC£.i80Uafe'Pl ' ™^ kitRhRn' Electric Light and Water laid ' For offer or further particulars from: ;.. .,' ' ; |MAHONY...

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POLICE CONFERENCE. Questions of Examination and Retirement. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

POLICE CONFERENCE. Questions' of Examination and, Retire ' ( ment. \ - — ' ? . SYDNEY, aionrtnv. The conlercnt o of the police associa tion to bo hold next month will provide an interesting d iscussion'for many de legates. \ One item for t he agenda is 'the pre sent form or examination, which is hold when oflicers go \ up for promotion to higher rank. ThcS conference will be asked to decide \whethor this should be modified or aboVlshed. The length of so rvico prior to com pulsory retirement l,will a'lso be discus bed in view of the\ fact that most of the police forces in OJreat llrilain 'retire their men after 2G. yea rs' service.

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WELCOME TO RETURNED SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND NURSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

WELCOME TO RETURNED SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND NURSES. . The following is a full list of the dona tions received towards tho expenses u connection with the public wlecome w all .returned -soldiers, sailors, and nurses, to take place on Saturday, February 6. Tamworth Municipal Council, £20; Feei Shire (subject to approval), £10; Co* burn Shire fsublecf to approval), *»- ten at £5/5; -T. J. Treloar and Co., V.G. Smith, G. A. M. Nankervis, C. Hegaa Ltd.; ten at £3/3; ten at £2/2. TW Mayor of Tamworth and Mrs. Bourne. 100 at £1/1. V.. Guy Kable. T. ?. » tion, Alderman Green, Aid Wane, ^; J. Peek, Samios nros., F. S. Brown, «? M. Chalmors. A. E. Francis, Landers aim Cantrell. 100 at 10/G: Mrs. V. I. Couen. Miss Alice Cohen, G. H. Sands, F. 1. Young. J. Liston, H. h. Cousens, B. * O'Brien, Alfred Butler, Wins Lee, « Alexander, J. C. Horn, Gus HeP'; Evans and Son, W. Ganter. Miscellane ous: D. H. Cameron 5/, H. E. Britz W A. Madden 5/, M. C. Cooksley 3/. Total. £76/14/6. ' a» Further donations ...

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LATE TELEGRAMS. Carrying Firearms WARNING TO FUTURE OFFENDERS. Two Persons Fined. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

LATE TELEGRAMS. Carrying Firearms WARMING TO FUTURE OFFENDERS. (Two Persons Fined. I . I 1 SYDNEY.. Moiwlnv. A I I lie. Central Police Court to-day, Mr. Adr.fcin, the- in ifiistralc, btalod that' when tl'le first prosecution under tho Gun License Act is .'brought oai that Dcnoh Jio intends to administer the Act in'a way -Hint will help greatly to pull Ndown this, ev'jl oC carrying 'firearms.' Except in exceptional circumstances,' vhen. people, kire, found carrying fire rtms at night,, the imprisonment clau s v.i of the Act will be enforced. . The accused was Leslie 'VYoodcrort, a laliarer, aged IS, 'who was charjged with cairj/lng a gun, in , Darlinghursl without a Licence.' ' , ^ ; Ccuistable 'Walsh explained 'that he saw VWoodcroft in company with some other ' youths. One of his companions said, Vihow us the squirt,' and he pro duced ; i brand new fully loaded revol ver. Woodi/roft said he bought the wea pon in' a City' shop for 51)7 A fine1' of £5 was imposed. Another main was fi...

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(United Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

??v:-:.; (United. Service..) ::- ? - ?!'? '?'. ?':?' '!?-? i LONDON. Suntlnv. ' Distracted relatives are besieging the Admiralty day, and night for' definite news. ??'';. t , ,' Owing to tlio dWlay in tracing all the names a full list of casualties has not yet been published. .

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RIOTS IN SPAIN. POLICE CHARGE DEMONSTRATORS Lions Cause Panic. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

RIOTS IN SPAIN. POLICE CHARGE DEMONSTRATORS '£'*--' Lions Cause Panic. , (neuter's Telpgrarii.) LONDON. Sunday. The police charged tho workers at Valencia, who were protesting -against , the deaths of syndicalists killed , at I Bafcelona. A panic ensued, many be dng injured. (During the pandemonium live Jions escaped from a circus located in the grounds, causing an inuesunimuiu scene. The French tamer and his as-; sistant pluckily fought the animals, which were eventually beaten back to their cages. Both men were seriously injuredr . . .

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. No Immediate Change Likely. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY, No Immediate Change Likely, SYDNEY. Monday. 'Pressure jjote: The 'lu'gU' over Its Tasniau Sea. has made little movement since Saturday morning, and its'r&r isobars are running north anil south over . South-eastern Australir.. governing the northerly wind circulation,, v& very hot weather. Tropical activity Ii still in evidence over the western in terior of the Continent, and unsettle! conditions, with rain and thunder, which have been experienced during the past few days over the eastern parts of New South Wales, althougl they have practically disappeared this morning, are- likely to re-assert tiiem selves during the next day or two. The southerly change which was ad vancing over the Bight on Sunday ; hu lost energy, and is not likely to affect this Stale until a reinforcement of pres sure ? 'takes place over the south-TOt and 'south of the Continent.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Visionaries and Human Rabbits. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

Visionaries and Human Rabbits. In the 'Review of Reviews' H. G. Wells sums up the history oil progress by saying 'The generality of men and ?women, so far as their natural. dispo&iT tion goes, are scarcely more capable of apprehending and consciously serv ing the human future than a van full of ?well-fed rabbits would be of grasping the fact that their van was running 1 'smoothly and steadily down an inclined plane into tho sea.' The -world's Mas ter-Futurist contends that it is only n .few minds and characters of prophetic quality that, -without elaborate artificial assistance, seem able to keep hold upon and 'guide their lives by relatively gi gantic considerations. In other words, Progress depends entirely upon the few long-visioned men in every community, ?which -without them -would stagnate, and by stagnating remain in tho condition of the lower animals seeking only suf ficient to eat in order to keep comfort ably alivo. The history of mankind conclusively ; proves the ...

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PROTESTANT RALLY Federation Meeting at Tamworth [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

PROTESTANT BALLY ?Federation Meeting at Tamworth I 'What the ^promoters described as s ?Protestant rally was held in the Theatre Royalj Tamworth, last night, when Al dormair J. T. - Ness, of Marrickville, Qiief; President of the New South .Wales Protestant Federation, and Rev. David Blbrse;1.: of Dulwich Hill, addressed a fairly attended gathering. ? Both speakers dealt with practically the same subject — the general aggres sion' of the Roman Catholic Church to political and religious life, 'which, i» their opinion, constituted a great mes aco to the free and democratic institut ions of the country. Other aspects of the influence of Romanism were also caustically dealt with. Many of the speakers' more vigorus denunciations were aplauded toy the ail' dienco; a number of whom joined 'ie Federation.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

ESPECIAL FORECAST. For tho lsortnern Tablelands and Tworth and North-Western Slopes', sup plied to 'The Northern Dally Leader' by tho 3tato Meteorologist, from the latest figures available each afternoon. Hot and sultry, with east to south winds. THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. TUESDAY,, JANUARY 25, 1921. ^

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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STRANGE COINCIDENCE. Tamworth Farmer's Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

: STRANGE COINCIDENCE. :t-amwortlr Farmer's Experience. ?'??? Writing frb'in oh board the 'Oster- ley' iii the Red Sea, -Messrs. ti. N; Hay garth, late of -Nemingha, and Arth'tir Dpwhurst;. lato or Dungowan, unrold a reiriarkable story or their experiences, and the strange coincidences, that Jhave happened.; ' : ..--.? It will 'lib -remembered that Mr. Dew hurst, sustained an accident prior to his leaving Tannvorth and left the District Hospital oii November 11, against tho iidvice of' the matron and doctor's. i.Ie had booliediu -ljass'ago to England oii the 'Osterley1'. and did .not want to forfeit iiis passage* money by missing tho bqat. The incident was reported in our Isstie bf November i 2, under tho title of 'A Kisky Trip.' Mr.- DewtiUrst how vvrites that he has completely recovered hits strength and was able. to win 'both, wrestling and boxing championships aganlst all oh boiird, including tho crew. Tho lives of -Messrs. Hiiygarth and Dewlntrst have been strangely similar, an...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Mrs. J. T. Reeves, Bingara. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

Mrs. J. T. Reeves, Bingara. Mr. J. T. Reeves, of ISlcomUe, reeei'v ed a wire on Wednesday morning last stating that his wife had just passed away. The deceased 'iady, who was well known in Uingara, since hnr girlhood, .was a daughter of Jlr. and Mrs. Hector Cook, of inveroil, a ml was 4!i years of age.' She bad suffered -from a severe and protraMod illness, and had been for inepaat, 12 months in hospital at Itand *lcl£, so that her death was not alto ScrtiPr u^axpeeted.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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TAMWORTH HIGHLAND GATHERING. In Aid of Ambulance Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

TAMWORTH HIGHLAND GATHER ING. In Aid of Ambulance Society. The pnncipal attraclon for the holi dai toinonow (Anniversary Day) is the Highlarid Gathering of the Cale'don ian Society, to. take place on the Trtni wotih Oval Hair the net proceeds'. ;afo being donated ' to the' Tamworth Bis trict 'Anibularice Society The day's -pro'grairinle consists of pip ing and dancing competitions, bicycle events, children's races and miscellane ous events.. including a bicycle and foot race fo'iv Chinese residents The carnival will be .preceded by a procossibh, commencing, from the foun tain in Brisbane Street at 10 o'cloclc, and will cohciude at night with a grand cohtiheiitar and picture show oh the Oval. ? :~ ? ? - . .Luncheon and light refreshments will be obtainable on theground.

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