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RANDWICK GALLOPS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

RANDWICK GALLOPS. SYDNEY. Mdndav. At Itandwick this morning All Aboard disposed ot a uillo in 1.4G.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDIAN ARMY. NUMBERS TO BE REDUCED. Military Uneasiness. DELHI, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

Indian Army. NUMBERS TO BE REDUCED. Military Uneasiness. (Reuter's Telegram.) DELHI, Sunday. bmL.tTT' tllat Proposals have been sent to England for employimr at present the officers who will Jbe de .i^ailable for service overseas these to be maintained at Imperial expense Meanwhile the 39 regiments of Indian cavalry are being formed into 21 ? .toy ama,g.imation and bulking up : vv win i V S , -35 lnfailtl'-' 'battalions Mil bo demobilised. The air force is; being reduced by two squadrons, , but^ the remaining forces will.be improved. Military circles generally condemn tho weakening or the army, which is purely the outcome of the . . financial position and the outcry in Indian circles at Us steady growth. Indian politicians insist that the con (tenlment of the Indian people is a big ger insurance than costly investments m arnfed forces. .

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RICHMOND PONY RACES SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

RICHMOND PONY RACES SYDNEY, Monthly Riclunond panj uiccb lcsulted — No\ico 1j .ndlcap Clan ilalt i, Elbov 2 Miss Venus A Winnoi, ; to 2 Won bj tin eequaitcrb of d length T-hne 50y riving Ilundicap Gobong 1, Bouif ong 2, il.iidec Dailing 3 Winner, ovens Won bj half a. length Time, CO bocb Toui teen one Handicap Biitlsh Lioii I Ladv Rose 2, Blight Piobpcctb i Winnoi. 5 to 2 Won b- -i length and .1 quaitci Tlma 01 H sees 'liial Wei lei , Handicap SItipalong 1, Uionita 2, Eubcb A Winner, 0 to 2 on Won bj two lengths . Time, 50 Richmond Handicap Ciinip 1, Ties salliu 2, Oolong 3* Winnoi, 3 to 1 1'om toon l\\ o Handicap My Barnov 1 btan Mlmci 2, Tho Student A. Win nor, 4 to 1.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARMIDALE COURT HOUSE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

ARMIDALE COURT HOUSE. SYDNEY. Mondav.' i lie tender board have opened the ten ders for painting and repairs to tho Court House, Armidale. Ono tender is to be reported upon.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WILLIAMS' BUSINESS COLLEGE. Tamworth Branch. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

THE WILLIAMS1 BUSINESS COLLEGE. Tamworth Branch. Following aic the results of the an nu.il examinations in connection with tlo Tanrwoith bianeli ot the Williams' Business College foi the -eai 1920 — SHOItTJIAND SPEED 110 woido per minute, pas.es, with eiedit Lillian Ross 90 pel cent, Amy I'dik' 95 100 voids pass, ?with hono's Hazel Hi own 100 pci cent P.us 'Eileen Johnson '90 i\ oi ds, ' passes, with honois Clara V. Ilson, 98 pei cent Mabel ' Cole 97 J'ks'iOii Ewna Robson, Jessie M^clnnes 85 ivordb. pasbes Leila Ros^ ipulcie Snutl GO woids. passes Isabel ruin, Kate Kenny ' 30 -woids pass Edith Pulsforil SHORTHAND THEORY' * .Advanced pass-ot-, with hoijois Hazel Brown 9t per cent, Amv Paik 92 'With ci'odlt Eileen Johnson S2, Esma Ttob son 75' ?Tabses LilUu Arnold, Edith Pulb foul Jjilliau Ross Leila Rosci, Isabel rinn Jjulclp Smitli Tlabel Cole Inleiiuediatp pabbes P^thel Ciillcott, Doi is Tanieb TYPDWRJTLNG Advancid passes with honors Hazel Bi ow n 97 pei cent , -LUcon Johnbon 93 Wi...

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

JLATE MARKETS. Sussex Sheet. SYDNEY. Monday' ?There w.-s . a marked downward trend In quotations for produce lines in Sussex Street this morning. Tasmanlan potatoes were reduced by £3. This was due to tho arrival of three steamers carrying a total of 10.000 bags. RnlPB accepted for prime Brownclls aud Bismarks ranged from £7 to £8 per ton. For Victorian Brownells and rj.v-r pn.« vaif.R rupn-ori from f 5 to £6 a ton. The best of River' consignments were offered at £4 a ton, a drop of £1.. Mnl%e also showed a decided decline, and buyer.* were not keen. The,' market rnr prime old River maize was fixed «at 5/ a bushel, a drop of from 1/6 to 2/ since Saturday. A consignment of extra dry end choice Tasmanlan old crop was disposed of at 6/, 19 bags of new maize, the first of the season, from Maurice Garvin, of Fredercikton, Maclay River ' realised 5/. ' ?. ' | Hunter River lucerne hay receded £1 and best was offered at from £3 to £4, I and new at £2 a ton. Blue boiling peas were weaker at ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIG TENNIS Americans' First Defeat BROOKS AND WOOD WIN Heath Beats Washburn SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

BIG TENNIS . f Americans' First Defeat BROOKS AND WOOD WIN ? Heath Beats Wnshburn SYDNEY, Mondav Tlitie v\ab ,i good attendance at tlio Louble Bay Couits today foi the linal daj ot the International contest Aftei a dobpeiate struggle in the sec ond set, Johnston beat O'Haia Wood C— 2, 11—9 I In the doubles Ciookes and 'Wood met Tiltfen and Johnston I Aftei -i i cen contebt tho Au-ti alums took the lust Set, 0—3 \ ' Theio was much excitement whun \ustialia won the Hist set | Tilden started solving in the second j tot, and won to 'iovo Brookes served against the wind, .ind lost to Iovo Tohn ston double faulted twice in the' Unicl | iramc, and lost it to 15 , Brookes wOn 'his seiviec, and oqual- i ised the bcore.s an thib sot Tho vollev jng \ as deadly Austialia gained the lead, Mil A\ ood lost his seivice to 15, I and America was again in the lead ' Biookes lepiied with a win to 15. and seoies weie 1 all A beautilul ltstmn by Bi cokes to Johnston's feet was a feature of the ninth game...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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SMASHED AGAINST A TREE. Terrible Riding Accident at Walgett. WALGETT, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

SMASHED AGAINST A TREE. Terrible Riding Accident at Walgett. WALGETT,' Monday. An accident, which proved to bo of a very serious nature! occurred at Duriga lcar Station, WalgeXt, on Tuesday last; when Keith,, tlio only ,son of Mr. aiid Mrs Butler, aged' about 18 years, was thrown from a horse whilst riding aftor some horses iii a paddock adjacent to the homestead. Prom what can l)o gatheied it appears that tho lad, by some' means Dr other lost control of the horse lie was riding, with' the result that ho was smashed violently against a tree and sus-% talned most serious 'injury to the head. After being thrown from tho hoise the boy wandered about for some time m an unconscious state, and was finally noticed by someone at the station, who brought him in and communicated with tho local doctor, who at. once hurried to tlic sta tion and attended to the unfortunate boy's Jnjurips. Aft or examination tlio doctor diuguosod tlio case- as om 'of bc yere concussion. By following the lad's tra...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROKEN HILL "MINER" TO RESUME. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

BrtOKEN HILl''MINER' TO RE , SUME. ? SYDNEY; Mondas ;,-l'he::,Brok'enL. Hill 'Biirrlcr Mmei,' 'which -.suspended publication ; ; foi eight weeks 6h account of the memb'bis of tho Printers' Union leaving/ : will resume pub lication on. AVbdnestlay: ' The election of bfllccrs ot tlicAbs^cui tion resulted: — -. ?'?'??' : ^ President, P. Adaiiisoii. ,'.? , . Vice-presidents. G. Neville -aiiil W W Challis. ?'' Secretary, J. Ndrinan.' '? FATAL BURN INGf ACCIDENT. WEST MAITLAND, Monday A burning accident occurred- in Odd street, Horshoe iBendi .'on'; Satunlaj, when. Mrs. i\ ,T. Butler, a '$&-?': in as severely burned. ' . y' ; It appears that Mi's. Butler w.io tend .ng tho tire when iher clothes caught alight. Her cries brought .her husband to her aid, and he extinguished the fianies. Tho unfortunate woman wasie moved to Maitland Hospital, where she died last evening.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. Romani Well Supported. Golden Bronze Favorite. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. Romani Well Supported, s - Golden Bronze Favorite: SYDNEY. Mondaj The imported horse Komani has been well supported for ijic Anlvetsai-y Han dicap and his pi ice has shoitened a lit lie The market beats a considerably f hanged appearance as the lesult of Siluiday's form Golden Bionze is now favonto, a point shoiter than White P.hast and Fluency. Olympic; consequent on his good show Ing in (he Tanuaiv Handicap is now at only a point longei oildb than the last men tioned pan , PliO ordei A golden Bronze Fluenrj White I'Last Hlvmpic Romani Finmaik All Abend Plip, Millieinc. Rosewalk, Vanto, Von tiola __ Margalo The Fortune Tluiitoi v tJaiborn, Golden Moll}, Poslastic. Pav Daj, King of tho FosobC Salaiy, CrildlOl

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LATE SPORT. A.J.C. Races. WEIGHTS FOR MINOR EVENTS SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

LATE SPORT. A.J.C. Races Weights, for minor events SVUNCY, \louda- Following aic the weights md ac ceptanccs roi the minoi events to be lun at the AJC Anniversaij meeting on Wednesday — HURDLE RACE. v st H- ANOLIOlfORM * 12 4 THO Wit A . 10 l- BUNGUNNA 3.) .'- ?YUiCATAiN ~ 10 4 BLACK CHIEF x 'I 8 FRIGATE BIRD 0 3 KNC.IIT OF TE1D SPEAR 0 0 LORD 'RIBBON ,') 0 LOUD PRIZE . 9 0 FLYING HANDICAP ' » ,i lb RICHJIOND MAIN* 9 S RUADT AYE ltDADY 8 0 REMMGiSr ' S Ii i CtTRRAWEEN 8 7 GALTEE MAID . , 8 0 AMBDRDOWN 1 '1' WUTEV ' 7 H iFIB 7 8 WAJISP1TE 7 !- VOLPI . . ? 7 7 BR1GIIT NIGHT . 7 0 -UYAML13Y 7 0 S\VT3Cr ROSALEEN 6 ia ICING Or DIAMONDS 6 10 NOVICE HANDICAP ot ib RAJ \ ' '» ' GIRDLER N. . S 12 OOLDIJ/ . S 3 POWDAL \ . S- 0 WALDOS , 8 0 JACK I-OT ' 7 II TARTAN FDVTIIER , 7 7 DE\VT-ROP 7 G ISARL LIDOULL 7 4 GObDDM SCOT 7 4 I.OING UP 7 0 TALARIE . 7 0 A'BBOTSFORD '7)0 OCTOniSR BEL^E 7 0 BALLET QUEEN 7 01 NURSERY HANDICAP (Weight toTj'c'raised'21bs) '' ' ' bt lb acon' . s 12 - 3RAMK b 10 LADY...

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GERMAN PAYMENTS. FRENCH MINISTERS PREPARING CASE. Penalties for Default. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

GERMAN PAYMENTS FRENCH MINISTERS PREPARING - CASE. Penalties for Default. (Reuer's Telec-ram} LONDON, Sundar The '.Echo de Paris' saysll {». and, M. Briand. M; Lo'ncheur (Min t for Reparations), ' and other Tnnl Minsteralists are conferring at the Efr see this morning on questions co* before the Inter-Allied Conference tr' ticularly the flve annual payments br Germany and the fixing of the total ti Germany's indebtedness. The newspaper underslanc'' that \i Millerand holds that the total indS tedness.-of Germany must, be fixed :. well as the question of penalties InV fault, without awaiting the complete of the flve annual payments.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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STORM DAMAGE. At Goulburn and Bathurst. Fireball in Street. BATHURST, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

STORM. DAMAGE. At Goulburn and Bathurst. Fireball in Street. ; ' 'BATI1UHST. Monitor A survey of the damage caused by Saturdays' phenomenal hailstorm shoi that many thousands of pounds worti of fruit, and vegetables were destroyed All cultivation areas east of the ton suffered Ib-adly.. ' . ;-,v :v . .GOULBURN*, Monday. '.! Thunderstorms'' of tropical inteasiij cohtinuiBi'tb visit Goulbum at 24 hours intervals'. .'At the height' of- the stem last night a fire ball burst in Auburn StrejEt: :.:. : ?'iFortunatelj- little damage lias bets reported. . ;-, ? ,

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SAFES BLOWN OPEN. Three Cases in Melbourne. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

SAFES BLOWN OPEN. Three Cases in Melbourne, I ' ?''??'.: -'! : '.' ' : .SYDNEY; Monday. . Two safo;: at ; the Flinders Street bookstall, .Melbourne, were blown opea last, night,.: but it is. not known at pre sent how'- much- money was taken, '? -.-. ???'.?:\v-;-.v ;. ; . MEUBOURNE, Monday. »'?; The amount stolen from the FlindenK ' Street -Booltsjtali^waB...* 170. . . fc / Lator:-'in'-the 'day two more cases tfflU safe-blow.ing were reported, la eaclKjk case only small amounts were secure! E|

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GOOD BLOOD MEANS GOOD HEALTH Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

300D BLOOD MEANS GOOD HEALTH DK Williams' Pink Pills. Wiry are we continually' 'being. toSd that good health must be bright red? What lias color to do with the quality? ?Jtisl this.-. The oxygen in the air is the sreat supporter of animal life. One business of the blood is to take oxygen from' the air (which- it meets in the lungs) and deliver it to the tissue's of I ihe body. When the blood, filled with life^susUiining oxygen, is sent out by the^ heart it is bright red.' When it re turns flliea with impurities, and' de- ! prlved of its oxygen, it is. dark. j .From this it a as clear that there are ?? two prime requisites of health, pure air i bright red blood— the pure air to furnish the ovygen, the rich blood to I carry' it iyhere it is needed. Dr. Wil liams! Pink Pills make the. bloods rich and red because they increase its power to carry oxygen, actually making- it so i iiiuch more' able to cai;ry increased life ! and strensth.to evei-y organ of. thu body. . Try these tonic pill...

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BIG PETER. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER I.—STRIKING IT RICH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

BIG PETEIC BY JOHN SHUTE. Author of 'Tho Uu.lllou llaby,' otc. (COI'YRIUHT). CHAPTER I.— STRIKING IT RICH. ? i * ??-: The ownera of ? thu Buckingham claim had struck it rich. ' ? ... \. Th-;re,wcro tlirec of them, aiiil it would have been difficult to find, in all the new goldfield of karapurli, three partners who were less alike. They ?rfere know as the. Swell, Scotty and Bier Peter. No one knew tho Swell's' real name. He was a tall, handsome man, of per haps five and thirty, and every feature of his face, every movement of his clean bunt, body, every tone of his rather low voice,-nmrked him out as a man who had come of a very different stock and lived a very different life from the majority of those about him. No ono knew what mistake had brought him tumbling down from the world of clubs and balls and smart race meetings and shooting part ies, to that other more real world, where men work with their ' hands, and fight ?with them, too, if they liave a mind. There were few who could...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOST SUBMARINE. Casualty List Not Yet Issued. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

LOST SUBMARINE. Casualty List Not Yet Issued. (Router's Telegram.) LONDON. Sundav.: ; It is aulhoratively staled that wreck age has been found which is undoubtedly that 'of K5.! An inquiry will be held.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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THE TURF. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

THE TURF. FIXTURES. JANUARY. zu, 27.— Glen Innes. ? ?' 2G-Willala (BoggabrI), All Heights. 26— Barraha Hibernian All Ilelghta. 26. — Bendcnieer All-Heights. 2C, 27.— Werris Creek Grassfeds. 29.— Guy.ra All-Heights. ^ .' ' ' ' * ? - ' ^'; ? FI3BRUARY. ' v ' -x ' 2. S1.— Uralla. 2, 3.— Murrurntdi (G.F.). -»? 4, 5— Warialda All-heights .' 5 — Alexandria Park (Annidale) AU hoights. .,, ??????? '?' 5. — ^Quirindi Grass-feds. 9, 10.— Annidale Cup MeetinB. 12.— Warwick Turf Club. 12.— -Goodwood Park All-Heights an«l Trotting Meeting. ? . . , ^ 16, 3 7.— Qnirin'di. ? '' 24, 25.— AValcha- Picnic. 2S— Walcha Jockey Club. - . (By 'Poltrel.' WALGETT JOCKEY CUIJB..,: The ' Walgett Jockey ' Gltib intends holding a two days' grassfed race meeting on March 9 and 10 next. Hor ses intended for eoin.poUion are requir ed to be delivered ' at Banvou Vale na'ddock,' Walgett, on February 10, and removed on Slarch 2. -There are sis races each day,, and all classes of hor ses are catered for, including hors...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITALIAN SOCIALISTS. Extremists Break Away from Party. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

ITALIAN. SOCIALISTS. Extremists Break Away from Party. (Router's Telegram.) LONDON. Sundav. Renter's Leghorn correspondent says that as a ^result of- the victory of thu Moderates at the Socialist congress the Communists left the Congress, and pro ceeded to another meeting place in order to form a Communist party constituting ot the Italian, section of the Third In ternationale.

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

TAlillWORTH MARKET REPORT Messrs. Colmore Wiliauis report: — A very licavy supply of fruit and vegetables was forward at our last Fri liiy's market and prices generally were lower. Poultry also registereu a dis tinct decline on recent values. Uggs were firm and there is a very keen de Tflnd for pigs. Suckers and slip3 were at exceptionally high prices. Quotations: Potatoes, 8/ to ,12/ per cwt. 2/6 .to 73 per quarter. -.. ? . . Onions.. 8/ to 10/ 'per '| bag. 2/6 to &, ?ier quarter. : '. ' ' ? ? ' Puinpklns 12/ to 22/.':j-er dozen. Cabbages l/-,to S/ per dozen*. . Keas, ,12/ to 14/ipcr bushel. ~ -Beank. 2/9 to 3/6 per peck. . ? Marrqw.s 2/ to 5/0 per /Uizcn. ?Squash 1/ to 3/6 per dozen. ' Cujismnbors 3d (,0 I/O dozen. Rhubarb 1/ 16 2/6. per. doz. bunches. ?.Carrots 1/6 to 2/ per dozen bunch.es. vpnrsnips i/6 to 2/ dozen bunches. ' Beet I/O to 2/6 dozen. Onions 1/ to 3/ dozen bunches. | 'Swede Turnips. 1/ dozen bunches. .Water, melons 5/ to 15/G per dozen. :Rock melons 6/ to 1...

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