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

CITIZEN TRAINING. STD.1 'IKY. Monday. Senior cadets and Citinea Force train ing has now re-commencod in earnest after the dislocation caubttil by the war. ?A committee inquiring- ' into the read justment of area boundaries lias almost completed its /taalc, and, I. wo camps ot instruction are already ' b'oing held at Liverpool, with more to follow. It is-liop'ed that' vary soon\tlie organis ation of the citiBen forces will bo com plete. An offort |-is being niado to re arrange the battalions to conform as much as possible with the old .A.LF. units,: and- so hand the traditions of' that force down to the- ?citizen sololicrs.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. Victim in Critical Condition. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. Victim in Critical Condition. , ' SYDNEY, Monday. - .Lawrence siiarratl, aged ipVz, was ex mining a rifle at Rockdal'e when.lt rent off. Tho bullet penetrated hib ight forearm, then flow upwards, strilc lg him ,in the loft eye, which liad to e removed. His condition is now critical.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNLICENSED BEER. Fine of £30. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

UNLICENSED BEER. Fine of £30. SYDNEY, Monday. Ethel Regan; a domestic, was fined £20, with the option of three month's gaol at the Police Court toLday for hav ing sold beer without a license. A police olllcer, who was standing out side defendant's house said he .heard one man say 'I think you better get another couple of. bottles, ElYiel.' The latter: said 'HiglfPo. Lel'b have a glass. It's 2/ a bottle.' Then hie heard another man' say, 'fcbakc it up. Ethel;' I. am thirsty.'

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOY STRUCK BY STONE. Skull Fractured. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

BOY STRUCK BY STONE. Skull Fractured. SYDNEY. Monday. Ross Hewers, aged 13, was .fishing?' dt ?North Steyne, Manly when-he -was struck: by a stone, fracturing his skull. -.Ho,, was taken to the hospital and his condition is critical. ' - t ? ~ The police are endeavoring to locale the person who -threw the stone. -

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

HIGH TEMPERATURES. General Throughout State. SYDNEY. Monday. The whole State was in tho grip of a sweltering heat wave yesterday, with no prospect of a fall In temperature. Wilcannia led off with 105, with Bre warrina and Bourke equal as runners-up;

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 — 25 January 1921

That Boy of Mine is a Terror on Boots School 'days or holidays, boys arc ever on the move, wearinti amftMrinn their boots.1 , . ' .. ™ Every mother knows ^this: But boys will he boys, so the only way oiil is to buy boots that wear longer and cost less. ' ? FRANCIS' FAirtk FOOTWEAR FOR BOYS, Me^ BUILT OF LEATHER THAT WILL STAND STACK OF HARD WEAR. i They are stylish enough to make the. boy proud -of his appearance cheap enough to make a substantial reduction in the hoot bill, Come to-day and bring him along with you. You'll be interested m be delighted. Boots and Shoes Repaired on the Premises by a Competent Staff. Af FRAMPK Francis1 Famous FooJ » Er, riVaiiUJ, TAMWORTH. 'PHONE 250. ??'.?.?:??'??. j ?*-»**? VISIT OF ? '- GEORGE LAU ON LEE, Nephew of the late Dr. .George On Lee, i formerly of Wynward Square, Sydney. CHINESE SPECIALIST, Only ABiiress: 324 Boiirke Street. Surry Hillis, Sydney. (No relation to any-othnr Chinese ., .. i; Herbalist.) , 'Rheumatism, Appendicitis, NerveB, As...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GAMBLING RECORD. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

GAMBLING RECORD. (Reuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Sunday. Mr. Hob Sivier had amazing luck on Hih oli^rnin il(- tPr fit Nicr. Ho wnn a ni'llirn frfin,-.j; in t'nvo days, c-orintilntiug iv record.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOSTER FRAZER AGAIN. Views on Yellow Peril. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

FOSTER FRAZER AGAIN. Views on Yellow Peril. Vlleuter's TelearaiiO LONDON. Sunday. Air. Poster Fraser, in an article on the yellow Peril, lengthily discusses' the 'un inhabited North of Australia, and asks if uiiy of us have tho - right, v.-hilo not de veloping trojiiciil regions ouraclves, to prevent others doing so. He concludes:' 'It is quite on the cards that Australia, Canada, and America, -nill net together in order io resist what fhese countries regard as the grave men ncB of Asiatics.' ' . .

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

WOOLBROOK CONCERT. As there are numerous inquiries for reservation for the concert on Wednes- day night, Mr. Hood advises that seats may be bookted without extra charge at Mr. Morgan's store, where the tickets and plan are now available.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KILLED BY BULL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 25 January 1921

KILLED BY BULL. James Archer was severely gored by a bull at his residence at Burragorang. After being removed over 30 miles he was admitted to the Camden District Hopsital, where he died on Sunday af ternoon.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS' COLUMN. What the League is Doing. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 26 January 1921

SOLDIERS' COLUMN. What the League is Doing. Through the - courtesy ? of the Editor ? of 'The Northern Daily Leader,' one column in every Wed nesday's issue will be devoted to j the doings of sub-branches of the Soldiers' League in the Northern' ?area and other news of 'interest to returned soldiers. The news will be supplied by the Hon. Publicity Officer of the Tamworlh sub-branch STATE COUNCIL MEETING. The first meeting of the nowlyelect eff State Council was held in the Lea gue Rooms, 138 Pitt-street, Sydney, on Saturday, January 15, at 10.30 a.m. The President, Mr. E. F. McD*onald, was in the chair, and the following membei'B were present: Sir Charles Rosenthal and Mr. T. J. Treloar, jun. (vinepresi dents), Messrs. Crase, Gardiner, Hutch in^o, Owen, Roberts,, RodgerB and Wells (councillors). General Herring was ab sent on aceorint of being in hospitai with appendicitis. Others present were (Mr. Hastings (secretary), Mr. Lips -bmbe (assistant-seci-etary),. and. Mr. Chas. Davis (ho...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOUCHY TOPICS OF THE DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 26 January 1921

LCHY TOPICS OF THE DAY i Tamworll. hud to-doy the happy. '«!- icmativc o£ going to see the lnguland fcon Ihe Oval, or .J.e bathing, a ir'J:,,, There are1 some unrehned ETwh. would consider this hoiee «i: two extremes; but ir fathers were not ' bom in land oC mailed barley. The Soal outing or the local Caledonians .-ucrhaps unfortunate m having the itition o£ the new watery wonder 2 and the result may be tha. .some Ur lads and lassies who should be ri g the customs oE their forofalh L Si bo making 'holes in the waters f the Peel. The Highland authoring -?aliravs interesting and picturesque, Id it will always nttniot those to whom (tc uproar of the bagpipes and theinys .... o£ the shean trubhias are a lure fcwhicb nothing in the 'surf .bathing' [foe m hold a e«''»»- But * arad.ise 'kl have to be taken into consideration I persons who promote Se6teh and 3, her furious functions on, hot, days, le sand-tag weir has made the Peel %o a lovely bathing spot, and as it is k free show it will ...

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 — 26 January 1921

X IS1T. OF GEORGE LAU ON LEE, Nepliow of tfte lafe Di George On Lee, formeil/ of Wynward Square, Sydney ,CHINESE SPECIALIST, Onl- Addreis 324 Botirke Street, Slirry IIIIli, Sydney (No relation to any other Chinese Herbalist.) Rh,punatlsra, Appendicitis, Nerves, Asthma 'CaiiLei, any gjowth inwaidly, Chionic Sorei, Tits Catiirah, Goitre, Su^ar Diabetes, Iflar and Nose Ab icpssesf s ; « ;. '^VrLj^rloRqi^ x,au qm led Will bt visiting Atmidale on Wednes day Jamnry 26 1921 and may be con suItgjMit the tmpeml HotM ? WHY SUFFER. NO NEED TO SUFFER WITH RHEUMATISM. ^___Mttk This . Is -.an ?; ailment Rjr7i»r^»]l that, although endured Egi-yi /-j/aj. by many, can bo cured |/^Ks^S/» if jou will see me with- | WSA; ; out further delay. /WES!T»Jj - Verily, verilr, I say V&J^Wr' '^ unto you except a man ?JJIuBl *ci'p or woman'; take 'a ^^HEfV . j course of my Treat dRBa^tmeiit they cannot en ?^?/l^v'Oy perfect health or :'WKma'l ) I am a Specialist and ''V|^KKf4 :; can .cure Rheumatiam, : '...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 26 January 1921

*: rifle! ^HJobi^NjG^ ?V' ?? ??:?.?.? .:?: ?-?}.-. m tfkiJ ? ARMIDALE.^T:hp- results, of .tho.3po: yards shoot of the. Armidale RiflftClub on. Saturday 'lastiareJvs.ColLaws/jthe.flijs.t; eight being prize wlnnersr— . ..,:,-. :;V., ?Res H; .Hillard ;.!.'; .... , - 55 ,,„? 22- .^Q' ?Ites. ? A. Gray- . . -, *.-'?.?:?.. ? .5,5. ?«/? -«1'8' - ? ,'7Q .Res. M. Jones ?.-..' . . :i. -,.:55 ',,^8/..- ,70 Rcs.,.,C. .ivuhL ... .-{....- ? ...CP,,.'.-; ^.9y.i!.; ,69/ ?Res. T.' Halpin- . . . .' . ... . .; 48 '...':, 2i;'-., -G9 Res..S. Simpson... ?'..-.- ?1'!-5ir,'i:.-.i6,.,,-1..B7 P.os... A.- Hardie . .' .'.: ?:.|iGtf..V-v';-*'8'J..- Mi Res. B. Hillard .. .:.?..'?'.?.'. ?6&fi:j,ll--- :C.ft Res. Ashenderi .. . ./:.; ; '. 53- ;-H13fv -,', fiCr Res., W. , Gardner '. . '. ... '. !-2r ?..-,-. -l£i :-??. Oft, Res.. Gallagher . . .?.' \. '???v4ZXi:'-Wi:;'if-& -Res. Schmuttei1: . , .'.'?.?. 5T.f- : .?- 8 fv .'CS;. Re.s.' KentweH' .. .. . . -? 4'87:' i ;i7'i ; .. ;C5' ,'Res. Clutte'rbuck ;...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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TWEED HEADS CAMP. Boys Having a Good Time. Fed on "Bully Beef" and Biscuits. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 26 January 1921

TWEED HEADSCAMlP: V -Boys Having, a Good time. . ..;, ;^(i on 'Bully Beef' and Biscuits.1 ? '.Master Reg Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs.' j. H; Fprd, of Blighi Str,ee.t; Tamwortli, \one: pt-'-'the ' eig-h't Tamwbrth'.boys who : went to,the, camp school at Tweed Heads .during the summer,, holidays,' gives aij Interesting- account of 'his experiences, in a letter wrJttento hig parents.' 'in' it he says: We all landed here safe, after. a good 'long' ride in a 'smoker.' We had sv good tinio at Brisbane with the, scouts, and. in the morning we went around the city and the river. Our tents were up' in Mr. Smitli's paddock when wo ai;riveil, bo we all -set .'to work and made oui-'bedsi During, the night it rained, and tbeAtenc floors were flooded. It is' still rainijig and we are, waiting, for our breakfast. They, feed us on 'bully toeef' 'aftd.bi.s-. cults. Now 1 have had breakfast 1 fe^l a bit bettor. Wo, are going to a picnic' to-morrow to Barney's Point, and tlie captain of a large steamerha...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WELCOME TO RETURNED SOLDIERS SAILORS AND NURSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 26 January 1921

WELCOME TO RETURNED SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND NURSES. Amount pievious=l- ackndw lodged 070/34/6 Mis Is Cohen Cl/1 B M Cohen £J/1 Aln, R AVhite 2/ Total 1 £78/lS/fi Furthei don itions are ie ciueste.d and; can be given .?.throush. the Alivor of 'lamwoith the Piesidents of tho Peel 01 Goekhiirn SUireh the Town C leik lannvo'th 01 the Shire Clciks Peel Hid 'Cockbuin Shiies The wel como will take pi ice, on Situidaj Teo miry 5 and an earlj notiflcition from tho e desiring to help will be much ap rieciated bv the Committee j

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RRIGINATOR OF THE TELEPHONE [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 26 January 1921

THE RRIGINATOR QF TRE ' TELEPHONE!' . tt; will;. come as, a .surprise tb^-many people ;'tP-'discover. that the. inventor of ;theviitefep'horie,,.is. still -alive. '.. The tele plibne'-has i:..sd.; lorig; bpeftVa familiar elo menL;in our' commerciai'-anci: private iiio ttiatrphe: assiime's^lthat^fts'- -originators haye)Apa'ssed:.awajv. Receritly; ^however, Div.r Alexander ?VGrahan't.V,;Sellv~'.-'paiS!-/ a 'fareweil .:yislt'.--to his -riatiy,e-,'ci(y,- ot Edrnburgh . arid; was; ' weldbmed ,- by . the C.prj5pratibn; As:1 Di\VBell -^has' spent ihost'.bt his life'in:ihe;';Unit'ed, States, it , ?Is;'lmportan.t\ttf:' emphasise, that 'tlie^ cre- dit- forj having ;. devised: the, instrument whicli; has 'dbhe'sb/'inutih for progress :b&- ?ibngs ,tb a T3ritori. , ;PV- Bell was bora iri;i§47 and was led 'to the .study, of ,'teler phony by his ' interest, i'n;the science of ' acoustics. , T/.jiis.'the VBdD telephone systems' ..'which ''is so well known all over America, takes its name -....

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 26 January 1921

CALEDONIAN SOCIETY On iceounl of being unable to procuio poles to erect a scieen at the Oval foi lions pictures tonight Messrs Ison and J ompson^will sho\v at their two open an places, .in isrjsDane;:sireec, anu me cnar nes will be 1/ and 1/G plus tax, children half puce not 1/6 as mentioned pio viousljv As the -proceeds are in aid of tho Tamworth District Ambulance they c\pecl to havp a buinpei house Dunng 4tli« interval the winning dancers in the competitions on the Oval during the day will give an exhibition of dancing.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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BRITISH INDUSTRY. ELECTRIFICATION OF RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 26 January 1921

BRITISH INDUSTRY' ELECTRIFICATION OF RAiLWAYS. | | V These, items.'are circulated' by ln.( l.austriar publicity Service, 'Ltd., a fade and technical information ' -gency1!'controiietf by The Fddera tion i of British .Industries; The ?British Engineers' Association;' The British Electrical and Allied Manu- | ifacturers' Association; The Cable ?'Makers^ .Association, for the main | purpose of disseminating know ledge, of British Industrial Science. | '????'. The' notes are specially; written | for the Overseas Press, with this | sole intention of describing. British | scientific, technical and . industrial j progress, particularly in the de. | partmentbf engineering'ahd macn- j inery of all kinds. , . , I

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BIG PETER. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER I.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 26 January 1921

BIG PETEH BY JOHN SHUTE. Auihoj oC Hio Bullion Bnbv, etc (COP\HK?HT) CHAPlun } — (Continual ) \ou\e heon Jl ]ja\eiA jou9 si K il Petei ? , Yqu\e ictn orrla like Ui«il hi girduu like WUl'' 'V „.. '' ^'F ?'--,.?-! -i' « c»tHGr(1J1 'I ?'have 'ke'nV'goo'il ' n -ji- tiling he said 'Mhu.fi T don ( tall: . b out o\e\ beieV j \\(U 1 don t n mt to pry into yom t ciels old chap ' said nig Petei B t just \ou think of the mobt bcnutiful a j den. -tou ha\c e\ei sinn in tlie old co n try. and tell mo if -ou don t think t.s.it! that girl Would look at home in it— much \ more at homo than she would prnnc;ji;;i about on the stage of a theatre.' j 'If you want my real opinion,' said tiip Swell, 'slip was- never on the sttige ivi her life, and is never likely to. be.' Big-Peiof breathed «, sjigh of. .rollflf/ 'V, am. glad you've said that,' he said.' 'I'! j tell you what it 1b, I'm getting 'spfl. ab otif.' thatgirl.' ;??? ? .? ? . ?. ' ' (v ,;? ??'?'? ?TJie Swell did not amlleat. this' ?confes- sion o...

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