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NEWS OF THE NORTH. Kentucky Post Office SETTLERS FAVOR TRANSFER TO STORE. URALLA, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

NEWS OF THE NORTH. Kentucky Ppst Office SETTLERS FAVOR TRANSFER TO STORE. lMl.ViihiV..' -itlnMliiv. A meeting was held at Kentucky Soldier Settlement to discuss tho -{i\es- tion of the proposed removal of th-' post office business to pi enures .it pie i sent being erected on the opposite side of the railway line. Tho application for Jhe removal was made by Mr. L. Mc bon.nd, who has held the position, ot V\l foi the uas-t courle of ycais lhe Postal liibJOUoi (Mi S Moms) w is elected chairman. Major Kvans, of the U.S.L. branch, of the Lands Department, was nresenl A letter from It. Fulthorpe, secretary of the Settlers' Association, was read, protesting, against any alteration of the site. of the Post Office, as it would coil; stiluto an inconvenience td the public. Tho present site of the Post Office was suitable The Inspector quotul -i petition sign ed bj 308 Tsidents, in support of the removal. The 'meeting asked the names to be lead out, .ind subsequcntlj e\piebsed it self satisfie...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEAT SCRIP. GOOD SPECULATIVE VALUES. 1920-21 Pool. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

WHEAT SCRIP. GOOD SPECULATIVE VALUES. , '1920-21 Pool. ? ' 'i 'C'';lf)17-i8 scrip improved a little,' to 4d, but is now a traction' : iindcr ~ that. Thero ib an impiession abroa'd ? that- it vmII be some weeks before. tlic audit is complete, and that therefore, the expect - d dividend maj be delayed sbmawliat This idea mav he correct; but. any fuTfch erdelay: will not be justified,- a's thei e is no reason whatever vvhy art in tcum dividend of 'Id should not be, de cl-n ed at once As for . the delay in tho cohrnlelion of- the irivest'ieatiori. thin fs all the betl6i, as the more, thoroughly the accounts are sifted,, and the obscure and dubious circumstances probed, tho bettei chance there will bo of ultimate /edification F61 those who desire a speculation, the 'C' scrip appears an at tnictivo purchase. It is apparently as sured or icceivmg a minimum of some thing like Id pci bushel, and, unless tho Pool is to be lobbed, it will receive 8d. The' buyer therefore, will not risk much, i...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR ON THE WEEDS. Campaign Begun at Inverell. INVERELL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

WAR ON THE WEEDS. Campaign Begun at, InVercll. IMUKULU Mondai .Recently the Banndckiliiini ?Shir', v he^ discrs'-ni' the piualonce ot buns within the area and the best means of ?eradication, decided that the Only eii'ec- 1 tive means of coping witli hoxioiis '?] v/eeds- was concerted action by 'the dis trict governing bodies, and sugs€sted that, a conference be held betv/een ie presontative3 of the Municipal Council ana Macintyro and Banribckburn SWres. The s\iggestion, on consideration :l;\;:tbe Municipal Council,«nd Macintyre Shire, found them fully in 'sympathy /with the' proposal, arid the outcome was that the meeting for. the interchange of opinions; on the .subject. eyentu«led-. in tlie;.cputt cil ;cbambers on Thursday ,;WJien,.all tho delegates apppi'nted bjvtiie Arespec(.ive' bodies W-erp; in ?attendance. '? '- S.araplo's .of' St.VJbhn's ''-jyort, ^ iPatlerson's^Cm-sc, aiid' Cape weed were'; .Available' .to'r, Jhspec-' iion.f-'Mucii interest ;waS fevln'ced Jii St.' John's ;....

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"MEN OF THE BULLDOG BREED." New Staters of Coff's Harbor. How They Conquered Woolgoolga. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

'MEN OF THE BULLDOG BREED.' Nev/ Staters of Coff's Hafbor. How They Conquered Woolgoolrja Mi Victoi V Bacon, Societal j of tho Coffs H.nbor-New State League vvntcb On; 'the morning of Wednesdaj', Janu ary 19, on which a team of speakers from the Cofts Haiboi New State League had arranged to' go to AVoolgoola to expound New Stale pimciples and to help the lo eal lesidents to foim a League a phone mebsage came thiough liom 1 leading citizen asking that the meeting be post poneu,.as on account or the. haulers' b'tnke, the nuinbers of people away irom the town, and the Apparent apathy or the 1 people on the question, he was sine we ?would^not get jnoio than thiee 01 foui pi esent at tho meeting 'We obtained the assuiancc from our' fnend that .there weie at least halt a do^en people le£t in 'WoolgooU and then we smilingly, but gmnlv leplied that the Coffs Hftrboi New State League would ^fcnd a learn of speikeis to Woolgoolg'i that night We would conic e.tiV, have , tea, and afteiwaidb in...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KENTUCKY SOLDIERS' SETTLEMENT. URALLA, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

KENTUCKY SOLDIERS' SETTLET MENT. UKALLA, Monday. AvlargeJy attended' mefcting was held at Kon'tucky lor tho purpose of taking a ballot for the selection of either tjie Settlors' Association or thc.H:S. and S.I. League as the mouthpiece upon all set tlemerit matters. The question was dis cussed .at length. ?Among tho suggestions offered was that they elect their own officers. This view was not acceptable to many; who maintained., that the Association was the, proper channel through which all matters affecting the settlement should go.; The two bodies were totally dis tinct. ?''?..' .-Finally, a ballot was -takdn, -the' vot ing resulting: Settlers Association ,20, Soldiers' League 21. : ' '.' ? ? ' '.' ' LJn declaring 'the result, the. chairman: (Mr. F./Adamson) added tliat It was a splondid meetingi and how tliat; It had shown ;.itself in ifayor of tiie. Association; Ili.was:'uii:tpV.Bll'.'sct^ors't6'.(r6:'ilie',t|c8V they 'could to help -this body along. 'If any man held offipo at t...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW STATE COLUMN. The Movement from Day to Day TAMWORTH DISTRICT CAMPAIGN. Attunga Next. Visit by Speakers and Band. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

NEW STATE COLUMN. The Movement from Day to Day TAMWORTH DISTRICT CAMPAIGN. Attunya Next. Visit by Speakers and Band. The Tamwoith -Jew State League feels \eiy gi.itifiod at the succebs of last Satin days 1n1t1t.il exclusion ae eompanied b\ the Distnct Band Al though only sm ill eenties weio visited 'the trip's pioved ou]o-ablc and jnstiuc tive, ami seived to bring clueetly un dei (he notiee ot between 200 and 300 people the stiength uind attiactiveness ot the case foi a New Noithein State '1 1 o membqis of the band, (v/ho atten detl ' In lull foice, thoiouglilv 'enjojed Hie outing, and are looking foiwaul to 1lii' ne\l 1 1 was ouginally' inCcndcd ln icmsiL Nundle next Satuida,}, but this his.' been round irupi.'iuicnulc, and tho Nundlo vi iit vmII be made lalei on Ne\t Satmdavjs tup will be to At tunga in the evening The bind and spcakeis will aiuve about 7 30 and pi 101 to the mc/eting the band will play bejections It is he ped there vv ill be a food atendjinrta ot lesidents fiom A...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANNIVERSARY DAY. Tamworth's Programme SCOTTISH CELEBRATIONS AND SWIMMING CARNIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

ANNIVERSARY DAY. ? ' ? ??? -^ — -. ? ' ? J'amworth's Programme SCOTTISH CELEBRATIONS AND .SWIMMING CARNIVALS. The people of T.inrwoith 'vs ill hue pknlv ot amuscmenU on Annneis.uv Dav (to nun low), and thoie^nccd be no feii of a dull daj Those who have suitable convejtrnces, oi can hue them, will prob.ibn O'o out to Billabong tomoiiow, whcie tho. nrst mnuil ciinutl of the 'Nauloo' Swim nting Club -will ttke placo Picnic paitios will be well t.Ueicd foi, as there is »Ienl\ of shade both on the H.ei and at lhe swimming holt Hot watfi .md to rieshmenls will bi .callable A catoiei will be on (he bj-ot Boatb and canoes will lip .it the disposal of the visitors all d.ij, the club huing four canoP3, me 'Naidoo' boing paiticulailv up to date The Club Jus also seemed the Tain » oi 111 Councirb boat, wliich can cany ibout lb passongeis Mi Poaison has built a boat to can- nine people. AH the boats may bo used bj the \isilois foi 'joy rides' The Pillneb foi the diffn put events aio large, espec...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAMWORTH NEWS. LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

TAMWORTH NEWS. LAND SALE. Bacon and Company, Gunnedali, report laving sold for.C. H. Bairstow, his Eu iumbene grazing' and wheat farm; Gun ledah district, of 974 acres.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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TENTERFIELD BUTTER FACTORY. TENTERFIELD, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

TENTERFIELD BUTTER FACTORY. TENTI5II FIELD, Monday The following figures regarding the Tenterneld butter factory are intnest 5ng: butter sales -for December last — Tenteriieltl, in lib prints, £620/12/6 Outside Ten'terlield, in lib piints, £276/15. ... .:?? -. .-- -I- ????.x-^'^::-'~- To suppliers, in iibvi»H'nl's,!'''iE-101/2/b Arnildale, in bulk, £234/0/8. Sydney, in bulk, £2601/18. v ' London,' 'in bulk, £U283/18/jI: ? December 31,, on ihahd.and 'in. coiv. stores, 343 boxes. Auioutit i.-aid to suppliers?! for Novem ber, £5297/1 T/'G. '-.''' '\ '. ?*?'?'.'?': Amount paid suppliers' for'. -December, £7331/19/5.. .' . ... .';:rv. ..; ,\Number '.-of' suppliers'.at'Deccinb'ci Al, 1G4. ', '4 . ' . ;. .

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK AND CROPS. In North and North-West. TENTERFIELD P.P. BOARD. No Bonus on Fox Scalps. TENTERFIELD, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

STOCK AND CROPS. Ill North MdJNorlh-West. TENTERFIELD P.P. BOARD. No Bonus on Fox Scalps. TRNTICnF'IEL'D. Mond.H At the regular - meeting of the Ten terfield P.P. Board' the Inspector in ipbrted that the water supply was good, ah'd pastures generally in spiendid con dition. There had been one case oE black-leg. The rabbits appeared to bo increasing rapidly. During the niont i a large amount of work was done in tn- way of clearing straying' stock ofC the Teserves, and It was being cdntinued Mr.'Cadel! stated that the Board should rescind' The previous resolution giving a Bonus lor iox sumps? jki»i Boards that had paid this bonus had beef bankrupt. It was very simple; to get to the foxes. They would take an* mortal thing. He moved that the pit vious motion.be rescinded. This was carried. The matter oC paying the secrctai- the basic -wage was then considered. e Mr. Cadeil moved that the basic wage he paid to the secretary. He said the Board was lucky to have such a goofl secretary. All...

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

OBITUARY. INVEIliiLL.— Mr. C. A. Shirwht, of 'Tarauiiali,' Mosman; died on ?iW[ednos- day after a long illness. Deceased, who was a retired grazier, was the father of Mrs'. I). A. AlcDonald, of Inverell. ? ; The death occurred at a .private ,lios pilal on Thursday of Bruce Harold Vic tor Adams, -eldest son of the .late Mr.; Charles Adams and Mrs. Adams, ;'oEf lioss Hill, Inverell. The deceased* -.who! was only 23 years of age, .'was ?stricken with gastro-enteritis last Suriday.-sand: removed to .tho liospllal,..,-)'n' /rhursda'y^ where,, after an operation, ,'^-lie'; passed; away at 11- p.m. A widow ' and cliild'sur vlye. ' .' ;/!v:'4.^'^:e',p;;^;; ^VLGETT.— There passed 'awiy;.'..in. the local hospital last week''aiv;61d! idea; I tity of the town of AValgelt in tliq i-er-'- son of Mr. \Villiani Neal, who' for many; years carried on the business of laiia, and com mission agent. The deceased, who was well known, had riot been. iii the best of health for a 'couple of weeks before his ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW PRICE OF FLOUR FOR GLEN INNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

NEW -PRICE' -6F FLOUR FOR GLEN INNES. As the (ilen Innes Flour Millnowadi'vsj depends on Tamworth and district: lot iH supplies of wheat, the freight to Glen Innes has to be added'to the price. of. the flour, which has been fixed ifov all flour sold at Glen Innes at £20/5' per ? ton. booked, at mill door. Tho retail .price for cash is 32/7 per 1501b. sack..: These prices were authorised by ;the - State Wheat Board under, section:, -. 24 o£ the Wheat Marketing Act, to come into force on the 17th inst., and were published in the Government Gazette of that date. ;

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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BURNS NIGHT AND HAGGIS SUPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

BURNS NIGHT AND HAGGIS SUPPER. A The annual Burns (Night and Haggis l&ipper of the Caledonian Society of Ijjamwortli and district will take place Ml Sands' rooms to-night (Tuesday), at M o'clock, when a large attendance of ||tt«mbeis is expected. The usual toasts jsfWU be honored, and a first class musical programme has been arranged.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Monday mere was a large supply of forage on offer at Alexandria this morning. Buy-, ers . were very shy in anOcipatibn of larger supplies. One seller stated that prospects at present pointed to an abso lute debacle, on account of excessive sup plies arriving. . ?Quotations: Wheaten' chaff 4/6 to 7/9/ oaten chaff 4/6 to 7/, lucerne hay 4/1, yellow maize 5/2. to 6/,. Algerian oats 3/ jto 3/3. No Northern sales.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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TO-DAY'S INTERSTATE CRICKET. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

TO-DAY'S INTERSTATE CRICKET. S\D\nY, Monddj I'oiiowing is me team to rcpro.sent. New South Wales 111 the nitileh against Vctorla, conmiencing Ib-mo'rrow: Col lins, Mnile , Andiews, Baulsley, Hoiuliy Giogotv, lavloi, tousboig, O Keet^ 'Iienneiv, Ratcliffe Klppai. (twelfth man.)

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMEBUSH MARKETS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

'? HOMEBUSH MARKETS. .SYDNEY, . Monday. Cattle: 2337. The market was. again lower. Best beef 50/, second 45/ in ferior 40/. Bulocks £8 to £20, cows £5 to £17. Sheep i?enned: 2S.000. The market was unaltered. Wethers 35/ to 30/. ewes 14/ to 27/, lambs 13/ to 28/. ' Winchcomhe Carpon , Ltd., report: ? Competition for both' sheep and cat tle was again' dull at Homebush to-day. Some 25,000 sheep, and 2300 cattle were forward. iWe sold 3013^ Yerraubah Station ewes from .Collareriebri at 20/ shorn lambs from R. Foreman, Emerald Hill to 23/; Crossbred sucker lambs from' G. B. 'Wicks,- Meri-iwa. .27/4; crossbred' suckers, N. Wicks, Merriwa, 27/7; cross1 bred sucker lambs from T. King, Wer ris Creek, '24/10- bullocks from Noon doo Station,: Mungindi to £20/6. The Farmers and Graziers Co. re port:— ??',?' The sheep market was firm. Cattle were unchanged.. Dalgety.and Co,, Ltd. report: ? :Cattle: 2300, including a large num ber of Queensland cattle. The market was very dull at last day's rates...

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NEW ZEALAND'S CHAMPION. Gloaming Again. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

NEW ZEALAND'S CHAMPION. Gloaming Again. SYDNEY Monilai The WollluBlon, N Z Wtiteiloo Cup u1' suited: Gloaming ,1, Kick Off 2, Rossini o Gloaming was not oxtonded Ho won easily by a length and n half. Tfmei 1.12 1-5. .. ? ,

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAITLAND MARKETS. WEST MAITLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

MAITLAND MARKETS. / AVEST MAITLAND/Mondav. ' :A decline of from. 15/ to 25/ per head of cattle was' registered at Campbell's Hill sales- to-day. ? A very large supply was yarded, comprising' bullocks, s'teersi cows, heifers, and calves/the bulk of which consisted of prime : .qualify 'beef. Sales opened lowor, the- market being in buyers^ ? favor. -. '.: '. ?-??-??? ','? '........??;? :*'. '??' '?' v; ;- :. ?;?,-. Quotations: yPrimc ! arid weighty '^but locks, £ 16'to £ iS/10, prinie £ 14 to.-'£ 15 10/, : good £12 Ho ' £13/10., , Medium '£10 to .£12. :;:'V^;V;,^,;- ' ' Best cows £11 to £12, good £10/10, medium £5 to £7/10. . , ' Sales: White Bros., bullocks £16/18/6 to £lS/6, cows £12/13 to £14/1; H. C. McDonald, bullocks £16/4/6, calves £4 11/ to £5/17. ' ' . . The calf market remained on a par with last week. The light supply con sisted mostly of inedium 'quality, and small calves. Best made 45/, others from 6/. The market for fat sheep declined 2/ to 2/6 upon last day. Every peri'...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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THE LATEST. Chinese Politics. NORTH AND SOUTH DIVIDED. SHANGHAI, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

THELATEST. Chinese Politics. NORTH ANP SOUTH DIVIDED. (Reuter's Telegram.) SHANGHAI. Mmul,.. ?i-ne wiuenmg of- tho gmt b-tC North and South China taVld^ the important decision of the Cam0 r verament to take over the conlrni , Martime; Customs in the provinces in i°' 'its' 'jurlsdicticn, guaranteeing Z 'T reign obligations will not be JeZLS This action is attributed to the al ' refusal of the Diplomatic Corps'* sent to Sun Yat's request that r ? ? should retain 13 per cent of ft Cu2' ?'''I remit the remainder I o Peking

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GERMAN REDS. SECRET ARMY ORGANISATION. Documents Seized. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

GERMAN REDS. SECRET ARMY ORGANISATION. Documents Seized. (Reuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Sunday. iveiuers. uenm correspondent wires: It is semi-offlcially slated that searches jf houses at Essen, pusseldorf, Elber feld, Luenan, and Dartmund, gave ample evidence, of '-the existence of a Red army with military . headquarters in Berlin, which was. called into being- by thn Ger man Communist party. ? The statements that men have been arrested' confirm this. -:-.-. Documents seized show that the Rea | Army possesses heavy, arms and a vast quantity of other war materials. Armed action was to bo begun at the conclusion- of the recent, strike of smelt ers, but was postponed for a fortnight i because it was considered that the 'time was not ripe.

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