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STOCK AND CROPS. In North and North-West. WHEAT DOCKAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
STOCK AND CROPS, In North and florth-West ; ...}? .WHEAT DOCKAGE. Lindley- Walker Co-operiti\c Wheat Co., ''Ltd., » Sydney, write — ? Until proper grades are fi\ed to more .-uleauately represent the vitiations 01 our qualities of wheat, we shill hive me yearly task of adopting some system : which, apparently, has for its object what is commonly known as the fixing of the In'pre-war days when Hip r A Q * £ fixed by the Chamber of Coinmeice, my grades considered too low weie dinuna led' and were- dealt with sepai itolv by ? Sowers themselves. Of iccent yeii-. Kf the- pooling system, Utempts havj. S made to include all qua lUos and ?stlli'fe the F.A.Q. Aftei all what is -FAQ? As the letteis indicate it stands for 'Fair Average QuiliU.' anffi so, efforts are made each -ea, to collect j samples from .the South, West and Noith in approximate proportions lo the gi Un grown in each centre, and by mi\infc these quotas the F.A.Q. is dote mined The system js primitive in the trc treme but whil...
TWO MEN SHOT. Decline to Give, Assailant's Name. • •SYDNEY,. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
TWO MEN SHOT. Decline to Give, Assailant's Name. '., SYDNEY, Monday .Alfred .Davera, 21, and Chmtopher Smith, 31, walked into the Sydney Hos -VUal kt aa early hour on Sunday room ing. The doctor found that the foimei . had a bullet wound in the light leg, and ?the latter a wound in the ilpht aim I After troiitmont they were allowed to ^o home. i , According to tlie police i oporl Smith ? and Davern Were fighting two othei men. o.mo of the men subsequently | fell; and while he was on the £round a iittli man vyalked up, pioduein^ a ie volver, and fired three shots, two of 'wiiidi took effect on Duvein and Smith Both men slated that they knew who Had fired the shots, bul lelused lo givo any Information, as thoj said they did not wlsb lo prosecute.'
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
; IN MEMORIAM. NEWCOMBE.— In sad but- loving' me- mory of our dear sister, Evelyn, wlfo died 4th January,- 1920. A better sister there never lived. Nor one so kind and true. Her equal in this weary world Is very hard to find. Then, days are dark and friends are few ? Dear Evelyn, how we long for' you. Sadly missed. : , Inserted, 'by her loving sister and bro ther-in-law) Belle and Percy, and child ren.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
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STEALING TOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
STEALING TOOLS. ? /riiloves started the new year in.Taiii* woith by breaking open a chest and ptealing.'.-.tqQls',. belonging to Messrs. W. Silver':and'-s6ns. Engineers and Coach buildera,' .Peel ;Streot, Tamvvocth. The lobbeiy; occurred some time between Friday night and 'Sunday morning. The chest vyiia.: inside tlio factory and wrtH locked1 securely on Friday night, but on Sunday.'it.. was discovered that the lid was broken off and that tools to the lyaluo of about £25 wore missing. The I police are Investigating.
SWARMS OF KNIGHTS. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
SWARMS OF KNIGHTS. (Router's .Telegrani()r ,L0Nt50N.. Sunday.'! The, 1921 f issues -rf*f Burke and-Debrott are fiwollen Doyond recognition ' on ac count, of war. honor* jlotaJling^St peer ages, 200 Bar.-onofcies,. 3910 Knights, 1S.210 Companions, and, oi'Pr.26',000 ilri tish IJlinpire'Oi/lers. , .- . ,''?.'
SWIMMING SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
SWIMMING SCHOOL. On the banks of the Peel yesterday morning numerous, boys and girls of iTamworth . assembled for their annual isvvhuming lesson. Swimming instructors from the Education Department. Sydney. vvero present. Most of the morninsy wa.s spwnt In teaching the various strokes on the land, D6tore the chieldreri Vent In to the water. .
BRITAIN'S COAL. BIG INCREASE IN OUTPUT. Lower Export Price. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
BRITAIN'S COAL BIG INCREASE IN OUTPUT, ; v Lower Export Price. (United Service). ?LONDON. Sunday. '??'? Since -'the. big^coijl strikeVIhe liiiners. have bent their ' tfaclcs 'towards work,, with -the result; that they are producing at tlie.k rate, of twenty, million - tons a year.. more.; than-' before- the. strike, giv ing a wage- increase or'IS/OV'a week. The' output is highly gratifying in it self, but the public rwas rudely, shocked at the announcement in1 the '..''National News' 'that' despite this ','. ' improvement an increased v.ljrlce' for. home coal was inevitable; owing to the! fact -that export coal en which the ?profits' were made is now pricp'l n't. 70/ compared^ with 140/ in Juno, the, loss aggrpgating 'k £100,0.00,- 000 a year. ''??'.? '.''?' '?.»'.. Such nf the Cable News on this Page so headed has appeared In 'The Times,' snd is cabled .to Australia f:y special permission. . It should be under stood that the opinions are not those -f 'The Times' unless expressly s'...
GENERAL GABLE NEWS. British Unemployed. GOVERNMENT SCHEME FOR RELIEF. Dividing the Work. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
GENERAL €ABLE NEWS. British Unemployed. GOVERNMENT SCHEME FOR RELIEF. Dividing the Work. ? ' CReuler's Telegram). LONDON, Sunday^. The Government. scheme to 'militate uiKimpJ.Oyniei.it,; hna.(boen. issued to em ployers through the ? Federation, of 'Brit- ish .industries and the Chambers o° Coin merce In -the shape of an appeal by Sir Robert Home, President of tlio Board of Trade who states that 'the Govern ment feels much can be 'done by. em ployers to alleviate distress by dis tributing the work so that the largest number are enabled to earn a portion of thei' usual wages. The Government \ therefore asks all employers to consider what rearrange ments can bo made to this effect, and suggests that the qflestion would be best approached by a. consultation with the trades' unions. I't hopes no time will be lost in taking these steps; and con cludes by remarking' that the Govern iineiit has planned to do everything pos sible to provide for the workless, but looks to the employers of tho...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
TO THE EDITOR. Correspondents are ; asKea to express themselves briefly. Letters should not sxceed half, b column in length. LUNACY IN VARIOUS PHASES. ?„''-' 'Amateur Brain .Specialist' gives in turtaung views on the lunac!y of his fel low anon: — ., ' | -Dr.- Or. S. Thompson considers the Lun«cy Act 'a mad piece of legislation,' This is well merited criticism if the Act; in nuy way endangers the liberty of sane people. The doctor stated that it is j-o$-. sible for two medical- men to commit. a sane peison to'an asylum and keep him; there- This would be very convenient in some cases. We- would only need to arrange with our medical advisers to set tle all our troubles. Murder would be unknown, but a common charge, at the police courts in the future would be unlawfully attempting to place a person in an asylum jyhile knowing him to be sane.' ' Then again the Divorce Court judges .would be o\it of work, because the unhappy husband ort eh weary wife could , secure release from durance v...
BATTLESHIP DEBATE Invitation to Sir Percy Scott .Racy Criticism. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
BATTLESHIP DEBATE Invitation to Sir Percy Scott Racy Criticism. (Published in 'The Times.') i LONDON, Sunday. - Iteyorting to tho battleship -; coiuro- ve.i.sy,'*Sir;l?ercy Scott wl-Uc-s that he received 'aiu invitation tO'give evidence and views, before a* commiuc of investi gation consisting vol', Mr. r\JJ3onar ijaw, -Mi.-. Churchill, Air. w. .Long, ; Sir. K. S. rJornu,' 'Sir ^Air Gedftes, and \ -Acliiiir-.il iJeatty. ., .---', -.i .. '- \ ., ' '.'' Slr^ J'crcy Scolt^ declines j~, treat tlie iotte,r as sdcrei,.\bpcause'he_.hates be.ng rroHted as? an incoiiHieienLlool .who'Jii- un'able'.'to seer'.tiial .Ihe.-lcuer, .jvas ineie; ;y a trap to' muzzle, linn., ;,~ -,; _, 'Sir '-'ci.cy concluded: ? Jackie- 'Flshei1 jet a trap for. t'lie-dei-iniuib -by_ builumg Oieiiduciigins. . , The 'Kajser. -1,011' m tlio ujip. lie started- building Dreaunoughti. ..no fapcnl ' iiiiiltons ;ol ? imuiuls' widening! a tiinul Jo get tliem through. ,lt be had ^pent lliii price oi one Diea'dnouglit.(.n aUbiu...
INTERSTATE CRICKET. New South Wales v Queensland. Rain Stops Play. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
INTERSTATE CRICKET. New South Wales v Queensland. Rain Stops Play. SYDNEY. Monday. The inlei -State match between New South Wales and Queensland was con tinued to-dav Oxenham and Shepherd opened up Tor Queensland, and scored fieeh The halt century, camo .up aftei 31 minutes ;batting. Oxenham then hit. one into Ives' hands. Shep heid'b 50 v/as reached in 55 minutes batting, and he -wns. treatiug the bowlin-g ,e\ei6ij ? ~ ?' ; , .'; Toissbeic'b third over proved fatal to Moore, who snicked one into Ives' hands at bhoit slip. C. Thomson was vciy bteadj Shepheid diovo Ivcs luud back and the bowler accepted the chance. He was 102 minutes at the v.icket, and hit ten fours. ? - C. Thomson and J Thompson were ? together at tlie ' lunch adjournment; : During the' inteival a sharp bhower | fell, .md pluy was adjourned foi the diy Scores: — NUW SOUTH WALES. Ph bt Innings ? 509 QUEENSLAND.— Plist Innings. , O\enhnm, c Ives, b Asher : ? ' 20 Shopheid c and b IveB .. .; .. . .- SO Mooie, c Ives, ...
LIFE'S BATTLE. When Is a Man Beaten? LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
LIFE'S BATTLE. When Is a Man Beaten?, (United Seivice.) LONDON, Sunday. A lengthy correspondence has sprung up in the 'Daily1 'Miail' .following1 the publication of a 'letter from a down hearted man of 42, who asked, as lio had tailed -to obtain success at that age -.uust he 'write ?-hims.e.lf' down as -& failure.' The correspondents disagree as to the' age when * a man 'is actually beaten In ' life's battle. A number -lavor 40. The 'Daily Mail' sides with the youth school but points out that Clemenceau was 7G when, ho saved France. '
MOTOR AND TRAM COLLIDE. Two Persons Killed. Others Injured. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
M0T0 R A N D TRA M COLLIDE. Two Persons Killed.. :??-;?- I..-*. Others Injured. \ . 'i^#- ;: ....-,;? SYDNEY, .Monday/:^ : A. terrible tragedy occurred at !Parra matta yt'o-niaht, ; when a motor. . caiv, col-, iided^vyitlua 'Steam V tram/' in; .Church-: . street. - Two, ;' people f; were; i; killed1— 'I'tiomas. Whitey* and' his ;i4'-year-oTd'. son,; wiiile'Oliv!erj;Hemple, '?driver, of ,-thecaiv sustained !a: compound- ffactureC of /the right leg, other injuries,- and shock. His condition , is; :serious.:: ._ ? ' ,(; ;'.-. Chaise ? Gow, a Chinaman,' sustained a frae.tuvadjleft leg and- fractured wrist. His condition is grave. .Particulars of the accident are mea-; gre,.- but apparently the motor car swer ved and hit the'' tram side on, the impact, being so great _ that' it derailed the en gine of- the tra'ni.
BIG BLAZE. In Heart of City. GREAT DAMAGE. Occupants Have Narrow Escapes. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
BIG BLAZE. In Heart of City/ GREAT DAMAGE. . Occupants Have Narrow Escapes. , SYDNEY. Monday. A bis fiie broke out in ( Eiissabeth :stieet at 6 30 to-night, and completely gutted Waikon Chambeis. The fiie bioke out on the thud floor, occupied t-y the Volunt.uy \\orkerb Cafe, and quickly spread to all other paits o£ the building by means o£ tlio ' lift well I The top floor occupied by the Church Missiona y Soc.ety, was together with the cafe, soon a mass of flames, and by the time- t'le fire brigades arrived the . buildint; v as doomed. TTiere were j some nanow escapes by people on the 'upper floors. . ? The Sjdney Press Club has.lt? .rooms on the. second floor, and there were a good numbei of members .present. Onf , jwho was. in the reading room,, heard the , ilanies ciacUling, and he gave the alarm ! to his fellow members, who managed to j ?get out of the building down the narrow I btancase v ithout injury. A few min- j utes later the flames had enveloped the j Club and despite the...
ADELAIDE RACES. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921
ADELAIDE RACES, ADELAIDE, Monday. Ademide racos lesulted — Kesvvick Stakes Wj nolle 1, Wee Gun 2, Defendant 3 Maiden Plato Cava 1. K- bosh 2, Count Brlai 3. .ITiirdlo. Race:.. .-Moderation. .1, River Prince 2; Caryola 3. St.' Leonard's Handicap: Bobanton 1, Aloccsia 2, Naughtiest 3. ? . Weltei Oieto 1. .Lochian 2; Sir 'Marco 3. * ' l New Yeai's Gift: Seamunda 1, Wee Gun 2, Opera Bouffe 3.''