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GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Hatred of Huns VERY STRONG IN BELGIUM LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Hatred of Huns . VERY STRONG IN BELGIUM (Router's Telegram). LONDON, Sunday. The , strength of Belgian foeiing against Germany is evidenced by the report of the 'Chief' Council of Trade und Industry of Belgium on economic: i relations with Germany. ' The report says it could not bo ad mitted that Germans should enjoy in. rselgium the same p-'ivileges as citizens of nations which did not ccasn to be' Uie friends'' of Belgium. Germany haa hitherto -done nothing to show that sin cerity which was a necessary prelimin-' ary to the adoption of normal relations. The report, proposes the appointment of a commission to deal with the Ques tion of the residence of Germans in Bel gium, and suggests that every German be obliged to register at a police sta tion monthly for the first year^'and quarterly afterwards. H concludes by stating that at pre sent the establishment of Germans in Belgium ought not. to be facilitated, and that it is desirable that German firms be represent...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PECULIAR FIRES. DENTIST'S NIGHT OF TROUBLE. Mysterious Outbreaks. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

PECUtiffl 'FIRES. DENTIST'S NIGHT OF TROUBLE. Mysterious Outbreaks. SYDNEY, Monday. Tho coroner hold an inquest into a faeries of fires at the residence of Nor man Moore, dentist, Annandale, on L'nristmas Eve. Norman Moore told the coroner that h!s wife awakened him about Jl p.m. cu Christmas Eve, and bald the window curtain and blinds had been burnt, lie baw ilio damage and ' as everything .seemed to bo alright 'he 'wont to bed again. Early jn the 'night Ills wife told him a chaff bag on.lhe stove of the kit chen Jiad caught- , alight. She had stamped on it and it lit. -np again. She pulled it down tho yarduand left it there. ?About 1 a.m. witness said ho was awakened by smoke and jumped out and found one of his coats on a chair in the' kitchon alight. About 2 a.m. 'he was again awakened by dense 'smoke, and they could' not get down stairs lrom the ?balcony. He hailed a motor car and told the driver -to inform tho fire bri gade. His wife owned tho iurniture and effects, ywh'icli we...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMMIGRATION PLANS. Rumored Empire Conference on Subject. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

EMMIGRATION PLANS. Rumored Empire Conference on Subject. (United Service ) LONDON, Sunday. Several Sunday newspapers are still advocating,' imTgratibn,'1 despite''Austra lian and Canadian warnings. The 'Sunday Chronicle' Is responsible for the announcement that an Empire conference will :bo summoned shortly to direct and regulate emigration.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRITISH UNEMPLOYED. POSITION WORSE. Half-time System Tried. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

BRITISH UNEMPLOYED. POSITION WORSE. Half-time System Tried. (United Service.) LONDON, Sunday. ' unemployment, continues 'on' the' downward curve, increasing by nearly a quarter of a million. The Govern ment, has initiated the short lime plan spelling thousands ot 'dockyard workers and replacing them with unemployed'.' Private firms arc following suit. Labor has called a conference .for January 27 to discuss suggested reme dies, such as the -State doles, which are lixed at 40/ weekly and will vigorously oppose any suggestion to reduce wages. A section, of the press rather doubted the wisdom oX this policy. Tho 'Observer' 'pointed out that Bri tain's loss of foreign markets threatens ihe standard of living more seriously than slightly ^reduced wages. line ''Mail' regards the over-high cost of- British goods as the root cause ol thts depression and considers that it is imperathe to find a standard of pro fits and wages enabling competition in ihe world's markets.

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

QX. EXAMINATION. ^Northern Results SYDNEY, Monday. i ne following are the rijbults of the examination for qualifying cortificates: Arm Wale -Public School: Ena Bowling,. S?i« wr,°' I3urnlco St'Ik- Jilraes tmnb. -Walter Burnett, Howard Col lms, Duncan Collins, Charles Chapmau, Jack Cameron, Malcolm Compor, Law rence Cook, John Davidson, Charles Bul im& Thomas Bdstein, Hilton Eag-.eton, falter Kather, Arthur tiurd: Alexander Ilerron, Ernest Howard, Malcolm Jones, Uiarlos Kennedy, J.unes Mackenzie, iiric' llackajv Allan I'nrldss. Alan Pid. (Ungton, Alan.Peako, William Peake, Henry Pear&on,, Norman Smith, UdwarJ binith, Herbert Tibb's, George TJiomp- I son,, Leonaid Thompson, Arthur Wat hon, Allan Willianib, Dorothy Arm- | strong, -Dorotliy Burlang, Dora Ball hoiise, Olive Banrord, Ddna Brownngg, Eva Bracken, Edu.i Carroll, Madge Dur ham, Olive Dawson, Lcnoy Foster, Mol lie Foran, Joyce- Hawke,1 Boi tlia Hamil ton, Marion Read, Ena Holmwood, Ellie Johnson, EUa Kelly, Amy...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IRELAND. DE VALERA DENOUNCES MURDERS. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

IRELAND. *DE VALERA DENOUNCES MURDERS. (United Service.) LONDON. Sunday. An evening;' telegram---, declares that Do Valorais in Paris. Ho has issued a proclamation that armed-, force must cease, but ho has little' authority' 'over the gunmen. Armed men forced an entrance to. tho De'las Salle Monastry, Dummanway, and =teveroly wounded Brother Cormac in both lauds. The police are investigating.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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ROBBERY ON FERRY WHARF. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

ROBBERY ON FERRY WHARF. SYDNEY, Monday. Lyle White Hayes -was-' robbed of £234, and a war bond for £10 while waiting on tho wharf at Manly to board a steam si- for Sydney. '' ij.4aajf-

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABINET AND A.L.P. ALLEGED COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS Ministerial Denial. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

CABINET AND A.U\ ALLEGED COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS Ministerial Denial. , SYDNEY: Monday. , It was . omphalically denied by Mini sters to-day that, ,lo placate tho Execu tive of the A.L.P.; the ' Premier had to promise that ten members of the party, directly representing the more influen tial sections of organised political La bor, would be immediately appointed to the Legislative^ Council. ' ^ , 'It is news to me,' said tho Acting IJreniicii,' as I know of no such arrange ment , which: I am' sure was not made.' Other Ministers we're more emphatic. They declared that no appointments iv'ero to bo made to the Council.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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FOUND ON LICENSED PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

| FOUND ON LICENSED PREMISES. For being found on licensed' premises it the Railway Hotel, Attunga, on Jan lary 21 last, during unlicensed hours, William Thomas Brown was aned 30/, pr io days, at the Tamworth Police Court yesterday. Constable Kemp sta led that the licensee said defendant pad been ordered off the' premises. He inade himself a nuisance by accosting1 Jeople and asking them to buy drinks.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAILOR'S SHOP ROBBED. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

TAILOR'S SHOP ROBBED. Bernard Hyens, .talioivofiiGlebt?, was robbed on Saturday night','of'' seventeen suits of clothes, 'valued at -£85;' ? ' :' The theives climbed a' wall at .the back of the -shop, arid broke into, an empty shop next door to Hyens, ?and then vciit through tho galvanised Iron dividing wall.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TAMWORTH SHOW LADIES COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

TAMWOtRTiH SHOW LADIES COMMITTEE. A meeting of the ladies' committee of ho Tamworth P. and A. Association is ,to be held at the Show Secretary's office, »-n Thursday next, the 27th inst, at 3.30 P.m., and not on Wednesday next as ad vertised dn yesterday's issue. The Gen eral Committee of the Tamworth Show ,«re anxlousto make the annual exhibi tion as successful as possible, and tho, co-operation ana assistance of all ladies «re cordially invited..

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

PTOMAINE POISONING. SYDNEY, Monday. iFivp'poople were poisoned during Hits week end at Trundle.. Five 'boarders at ?/oho of the ' town ..establishments had fresh herrings for lunch, and they quick-. ly showed signs of ptomaine poisoning.' Remedies were applied successfully.

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FURIOUS RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

FURIOUS RIDING. Archibald;,. Thomas.. Simpson was Iji\ed £5, with 8/Vcost8V/{at theTamwpJ^hVl'o Hce Court yesterday, for riding a horse so rurlously in Darling ' Street, Tam wortli on January 10 last, as to 'endan- ger the safety of the public. Constable Bills stated that defendant raced along Marius Street and rode along the foot Mft of Darling Street as fast as the norse could go. A number of children' ,tal to get out of his way.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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DECLARED OFF. STEWARDS' STRIKE. Resumption Vote Nearly Unanimous. SEAMEN AGAINST STRIKE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

DECLARED OFF. STEWARDS' STRIKE. Resumption Vote Nearly Unanimous. if- ? SEAMEN AGAINST STRIKE. SYDNEV, Monday. I The stewards' strike has been de- I J. dared off. This decision was ar I rived at at a mass meeting of men I I In the Trades Hall this afternoon. | I Mr. Walsh, general secretary of I the Seamen's Union, advise'd the I men to go back. His remarks were 1 endorsed by Mr. Wheeler, secretarq T of the Transport Workers' Federa- I I tion, and other members. When tho vole was taken, it was al niost unanimously in favor of returning to work.^ A further meeting of the men will bo held to-morrow. , A meoling of tho Victorian branch of thfc marine stewards, after hearing Ihe report -of the delegation, to the Trans port Workers' Federation, curried a ie solution offering themselves immediately for re-employment to the Steamship Owners' Federation. . Tho Melbourne branch of the Seamen's I Union was still discussing the steamship ' owners' letters. ..

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DRINK AND BAD LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

DRINK AND BAD LANGUAGE. James Edward Hill was charged at wo Tamworth Police Court yesterday, ytn being found drunk in Poel Street, lamworth, on January 2,2 last. A sec ond charge was preferred against him -» awing used indecent language at j™ Rame time and place. Defendant Pleaded guilty. He was fined 5/ on the I 'tat charge and £4 on the second; in 18CJau.lt one month's hare] labor.

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ACCUSED MAN DISCHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

ACCUSED MAN DISCHARED. Two charges were preferred against Jack William Gray at the Tamwortli Police Court' yesterday; the first of stealing a hat and £6 .the property of William O'Neill ,and the second, oi stealing £8, the property, of Reginald Matthews; on January 3 last. Mr. O'Halloran appeared for accused. Ser geant Sinclair stated that .O'Neill could not be found, and the police were therefore unable to proceed' further with the case. 'No. evidence being offer ed accused was discharged.

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DANGEROUS MOTOR CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

DANGEROtUS MOTOR CYCLING, For driving a motor cycle at a rate faster than 15 miles an hour on Janu ary 14, in Peel iStreet, Tamworth, a sign having been erected ther.e notify ing drivers to reduce to such 'speed, Frederick Samuel Simpson was fined £4 at the Tamworth Police Court yes terday. 'Constable McDonald said de fendant was riding at a rate of at least 20 miles an hour. It was a late shopping ? night, and a lot of people were about.

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FARMING AND MINING INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

FARMING AND MINING INVEN TIONS. The following applications for patents connected, with the farming and mining industries- have been lodged at the Commonwealth Patent Office:— . A. Godfrey: 'Cutting- metals by the oxy-acetylene process.'' Filed January 6, 1921. ^ T. -, W. Williams!, 'Boots .or. leg and foot protectors tor horses. ?'??'Filed Janu ary 6. 1921. : ??'??'?'? .??; . P. V. Barnard and C. Dean,' 'Extract- ing metals from their ores by heat treat ment.' Filed January ~12, '1921. :/',' ' H. Ferguson, 'Coupling agricultural implements to tractors.' Filed January 12, 1921. ? ? ? ., ?-' . The above list has been:', compiled, for us from official records by Messrs. Grif fith and Ilasse'i, Patent Attorneys, of Sydney. i -

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

~ ** ? -^ »1^M— ^?^^»— ———„-„, ?* ?'- *? ; -A %(£) . . ' -. \ :!, &&$3|', *. .'.. ;With fine,, tea an 4 i'(\ * abundance of exquisite \ )'P^'!\ - '* tea-flavoT develops „* *V,\' before the tannin begins *' to draw. ^-1 ? In common tea the \ / n' tea-taste hardly starts ^~ ' before the tannin comes * ) . along and smothers it. C 5. ' Try Bushells-it's the st v % young, tender leaves of | :' _ the tea-plant, with all \t v the fresh juice held J- ; . ' captive. You'll never . - it ay - - go back to common tea. .,,...- ? ^ ? HPHE ESSEX is a light Car of K / 'fr high-class manufacture and ex- jjL ? ? jj treme refinement. v C ! J. Ic fa buJt m the HUDSON factory, alongside t }' g* the famous 'SUPER-SIX.' - ;V . ? X' ' . Jl Jt P0SSesSes maily HUDSON features, indud- .31 . , t mg l^e patented 'compensated' crankshaft, and jl ^ Jl although the rated horse-power is but 18, the |T ?? TJ1 engine actually develops 55-brake horse-power. mJ j| The remarkable combination of light we...

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CANDID MINISTER. Officers of Union Engineer Trouble. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

CANDID MINISTER. Officers of Union' Engineer Trouble. SYDNEY. Monday. The Minister for; Education, who, in terviewed -\ deputation from the State timber works, said, in his opinion the of ficers of the uniou.1 had engineered this trouble among the men employed, at the Department's wor&shon for their 'cJwli purposes, probably because .they '.know there was another election of oflicers about to be held. He said tho 44 hours would -be granted to the men in question from*.- January 1 and any lime worked since then over 44 hours would be paid for as overtime: The other questions he had referred to the Public Service Board. ,

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