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TO THE EDITOR. "Daily Observer" Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

TO THE EDITOR. 'Dafly Observer' Letter Box. Correspondents aro aBKea to express themselves briefly. Letters -=hould no) 1 exceed half a column in length. I r— 'SHEEP CATCHING AT BENDEMEER. Mr. Fred Blair, B.ejndemeer, writes:— ( while, on Tniinh is dointr in Bendemeor, by way of Church fai^s and other things, it may be well to take a wink behind the scenes. A while back I found in my pad dock, on the top of a mountain called the Sugar-loaf, a sheep skinned and covered up with bushes. Later, on ex amining the bones. I: saw that a bullet, had passed through tlie sides, shattering the ribs and spine. I heard a small flock of my sheep rush on this camp a few nights ago. I was curious enough to go and look next day, and without mistak-i insr. I saw where a sheen had been fixed i in to what to all appearan9es had been n rabjbit trap, the pin hole and the tracks, of the sheep told' the tale. As no rabbit' trapping is doing here now it points to I a deliberate case of mutton catching. Perha...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAMWORTH NEWS. TAMWORTH SCORES A CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

TAMWORTH BEWS. i ????? -?'. -;?.- ?:..: ' . .♦ : '::: — -:: . '.' -.?: TAmWoRTH SCORES :A!CENTURY. The temperature yesterday in Tain worth was officially recorded as 100-5 de crees. ' :

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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THE GARDEN. The Flower Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

*- '*? - THE GARDEN. The Flower Garden. A brief description of a vfew useful, effective, a'nd lovely perennial , climbing plants that are easily raised from seeds, will, no doubt, be interesting to r.eaders of these garden notes. The Maurabdia: This is a very grace ful, hardy, easily grown perennial clim ber. The plants are thickly clothed with handsome foliage and pretty tubu lar flowers of white, -rose, or purple shades. It is an exceedingly useful plant for covering a trellis, or forming a screen, it withstands our coldest win ter, and defies our hottest summer: The seeds may be sown at any time' of the year. Thunergia Alata: This hardy climber, makes rapid growth, and is easily raised I from seeds. The slender, graceful plants have pretty, heart-shaped, alter nate foliage, of a pleasing shade of green and ' uniquely formed, single, circular flowers of white, orange, or buff: shades. The plant is a native of India, and suits pur climate admirably. The Everlasting Pea: There are s...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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METAL MARKETS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

METAL MARKETS. SYDNEY. ^Fridav. Standard copper, spot £72/2/6,' three^ months £73/7/6 electrolytic copper; in-,\ gots, £80 to £83/10. \vire ?bars- £83' to ? £83/10 lead, spot:' ,.£23-10;.:V' threp;: months £24/10; 3pelter,; -spot - £27,; three months £28/10; tin, apot £207 100; three months; £212/5;- silver, starid ard bars, t,pot 3/.')-J4, three ..months 3/5 7-S; fine, spot 3/9 l-16,three mdntlis 3/0 3-16, American copper, .12 'A cents a lb. ' ' ????? ' '- ? . ?;,

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PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY. Friday. Choice chaff was excedingly scarce at Alexandria, this marning.. ' .^ : Quotations: Wheaten -: chaff, prime 8/6 to 9/. oaten chaff, god 6/3 to. 7/. medium 5/4, interior 4/5 per, cwC. .?'-. '.-'-'?

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INDIAN HOME RULE. NON-CO-OPERATORS ORGANISE. National Service and Fund. BOMBAY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

INDIAN HOME RULE. NON-CO-PPERATORS ORGANISE. ' Natiohal: Service and Fund. (Reuter's Telegram ) BOMBAY, Friday. ? Reutor's Nagpur correspondent wires;! The Indian Congress unanimously pasu ed a resolution to the effect that: Where- 1 as in the opinion of Congress the existing Government of India has forfeited the confidence of the country, and whereas the people of India are now determined to establish Home Rule, this congress, while re-afihnniiiK its resolution cr. non-violent non co-operation passed at the special session of Congress to the effect that the entire, or any part or parts of the non-violent non coopera tion scheme, with the renunciation of voluntary association with the present Government at one end and refusal to pay taxes at the other, should be put into forcp at a time to be determined by the Indian National Congress or all In dia Congress Committee, a band of na tional workers should also bu organised for a service to be called the India N;. tlonal Service, and ef...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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PROTECTED ANIMALS. NEW REGULATIONS. Tracing Sources of Supply. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

PROTECTED ANIMALS. NEW REGULATIONS. . ' Tracing Sources of Supply.' SYDNEY, Friday. The Chief Secretary to-day directed at tention to the new regulation under the 'Birds and Animals Act. published in the government Gazette, which makes it compulsory on persons who sell protect ed ibirds and animals to enter in a book .particulars of: ' ' (1) Name and address of persons from whom the protected bird or animal was 1 procured. . - (2- Date ot receipt of consignment. I (3) Number included in consignment, indicating eacli species separately. . This book must bo kept so as to bo| readily available for Inspection by any member of the police force or honorary ranger. By this jneans the Department hopes to. keep in touch with the sources from which protected birds are obtained. |

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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GOOD WISHES. "THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER." "A Paper With a Worth While Policy." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

€00B WISHES: 'THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER.' 'A Paper With a Worth While Policy.'' The Directors of 'The Norlhein Daily Leader' have received numerous let tors from readers -and advertisers ox pressing approval of the change'1 of title, and conveying good wishes' for con tinued success. Alderman Bourne, Mayor of, Tam worth, , whites:.! I send you,-a line' or two'ot congratulation on tho incention of your journal under its new title, and may ,it have many successful anniver saries in the time to be. Under its pre vious title of 'Daily Observer' your paper has done sterling work in assist ing in tho development of our town and district, and -1 believe tho public recog nises this ,weighCy fadt,' and I congratu late the management on the success at-' tamed. ' Messrs.. Smith, Goord and Co., auc tioneers,1 Invurell, write: We have, plea- sure-in addressing you by the new title lor the Hist time, and must compliment you on tho success in the past and wish you all success jii tho future. Mr. H...

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STEWARDS' STRIKE. OTHER UNIONS AFFECTED. Mr. Hughes Approached. Coal Famine in Victoria. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

STEWARDS' STRIKE. 1 OTHER UNIONS AFFECTED. Mr. Hughes Approached. Coal Famine in. Victoria. SYDNEY. Friday. Among those' unemployed-, as a result of the stewards' strike are the coal lump ers, wharf laborers, marine stewards, marine cooks, butchers, bakers, trolly and draymen, Merchant Service Guild, marine engineers, storemen and packers. Tho marine stewards have now 'been out on strike for three weeks. The Union is now waiting a reply from the Prime Minister, wha has been written to by the Transport 'Workers' Federa tion, asking .him to arrange a tribunal under the Industiial Peace Act to bring about a settlement of the dispute. Victoria is suffering acutely for want of. coal, and train services in -that State have been curtailed as a consequence. The position was discussed bv thp 'Australasian Coal and Shale Employees' Federation to-day, and this afternoon .Mr. Willis CJenoio'. Secretary, stated that there was nothing to report. A mass meeting of marine stewards has been called f...

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FIUME FARCE ENDED. Amnesty to Poet and Followers. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

'V'-FIUME FARCE ENDED. Amnesty to' Poet and Followers. ► (Publi&hpd In' 'The Tunes.') ' ' ' LONDON. Friday. xThe 'Times' Rome toriespondent says D'Anriuiizio's lcgioiiarios have dissolved; and ;hay,e been granted, an amnesty. ''D'Anriunzio, it is bclioved. is going to South America. Women iqok part in thp fighting, two toe'lng killed in. hand to Jiantl encounters.

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NEW BILLS GAZETTED. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

NEW BILLS GAZETTED. SYDNEY. Friday. A number of bills wova piizottod to-day as having received the' Governor's As sent. They included tho bill to rein state Mr. R. D. Moajvhnr. tho, Union's U(D ' ''liiliMi Bill and the Forty-Four I i-J ;1.

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RAILWAY FARES. INCREASE ON INTERSTATE TICKETS. In Force To-day. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

RAILWAY FARES. INCREASE ON INTERSTATE TICKETS. In Force To-day. SYDNEY, Friday. In a statement to-day the Railway Commissioners intimated that when the increase oi 16 2-3 per cent in passenger fares and rates was brought into opara tion in this State rthe new rates weie not imposed on inter-State fares pend ing joint action by all the States. As the A'iclorian railway authorities had now increased their rates by 13 per cent to operate from to-morrow, K had been decided to bring the revised scale of inter-Stale fares and parcels rates into operation as from to-morrow. It was not proposed to increase passenger fares between the capital cities, but cor tain intermediate fares would be affect ed, as for instance the sinctTe fare, first class from Wagga to Melbourne, wculd be increased from £2/5 to £2/13. This instance indicates the range of revised fares. In no c:ise will The in termediate fares exceed the through l'arps .between the capital cities.

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CONVENT SEARCHED FOR MEN. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

CONVENT SEARCHED FOR MEN. (Published in, 'Tho Times i') LONDON. Friday. The : 'Times' Dublin correspondent wires: A convent was searched at mid night 'for men,' despite the nuns', pro test that men were never admitted. This aifterndon a man .threw a bomb in the ' 'Freeman's Journal' olllco and escaped .

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M.L.C.s' TURN. WANT £200 A YEAR. Request to Premier. SYDNEY, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

M.L.C.s' TURN. WANT £200 A YEAR. V Request to Premier. SYDNEY, Friday A pelition, signed by thirty mpmborn of the Legislative Council, has been pre sented to' the Premier requesting the pro vision of an allowance of £200 annually for each councillor. The petition point ed out that during the session many of the councillors from tho country hnvo t- remain in tho city and neglect their own business. The Premier has not considered the matter, and nothing will bo dono until after .JUr Storey's return from -England. ConsId^V-'tion of tho request would in volvo, iV-ip other things, tho recon-| stiWtii)!) i ) '*'*- chamber

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PRESS INTERVIEWS. Englishmen Taking No More Chances MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

PRESS INTERVIEWS. . Englishmen Taking No 'More Chances; urei/BOlffiNB.' Friday. ?!., When asked bis opinion of the pros pects before the test match started, Dou glas said: 'I'b not going to give -any ^ more interviews to the press, nor! ! will any other members of the team.': '-?;.; Smiling broadly, Douglas;, added: : 'Then we cannot get into any troublp.!';

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SECOND TEST. AUSTRALIA BATTING. Collins 64, Taylor 68, HOWELL BOWLS WELL. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

SECOND TEST,' /AUSTRALIA BATTING. Collins 64, Taylor 68, HOWELL BOWLS WELL. MELBOURNE. lYuinv. The spcond test match was' com menced Vat the Melbourne Cricket Ground to-day in vdry hot weather! The wicket was perfect.' Douglas kgaiii lost the loss, and Armstrong elected to bat. The Englishmen, were accorded a r.reat reception as they took 'the 'field, and there was a further demonstration i:s Collins and Bardsley went out to bat Jlowell. opened the .bowling, with five men, including the' .wicket-keeper, be hind the wicket on. the slips Jslde.' Col lins maintained his reputation , as n lucky batsman. lie put the fifth ball into the hands of Rhodes, at third, slip, but the fieldsman dropped it. The over, was a maiden. Douglas vas the other bowler, and in his first over each batsman broke the Ice. In Howell's second over Collins, got the ball away cleverly to leg, Make peace on. the .boundary on each' occasion reducing the stroke's value ?'' to two. Ilowell was making' the ball fly, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

Don't Obey Your Wife : ' If shcsays 'CriiiK home some Castor Oil.' ..;,.-, Y .'. 'i: ' ;!Don'vy you dp it— just take instead a box of '..' ?';'V-^:' ''''?'?- ''rV-'v' ??'?'?? . .... The Aperient Chocolate Squarei ' '?'?'! :ii&,y;-^-t ? Which' iftiiMrL-ii Vat as'ri-ndily as an ordinary chocolate. ?...:.???.?'.; .;/.;-?';;???':?.?.??'?;,? .?-They do cot gripe oV'conitipite. '''--- -At all ChemisU and Storei in boxes IS f f ^IpiOe- FtlforfoB EL ..LINE?--' ?' Sv K'' ' ?' '''? '' ? ENGLAND via PURBAN and. CAPETOWN. &Pfi:~:'^':~ '.' x^' '??'.? 'Nestor,' 'Ulysses' :.;.???'„; ... 15,000 tons. ; ^if-': 'Anchises,' 'Aeneas,' 'Ascanius' ... 10,000 tons. % Luxurious Travel at Moderate Fare* by the Finest Steamers in 5j;V;':V. .??. ;- ??'-?'???' ' '. '???? \ the- Trade.' )'-??'????.'.? . v Specially. rooEny'cabips,: magnificent decks, luxurious drawing rooms and ;, ?. ...??' ; smoking lounges.' ' Only' first-class passengers carried. Private suites. ;: , .?'?',-? ,' The route tak...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

cz- ^- -^- -^- . -^- c^- -^^ -^-» ' How can you afford to buy such fine tea for a large family?' 'My dear, it costs . j.n vj;,;;,,r' less than common tea.' ,', ,.' ''.V'mvf^'J 'What!' - :.; - ''.' .' . ' It costs less per cup. ', ''-''' ;, ,.', * A pound of Bushells ', . ,;' : , rTea makes so many , more cups ! ' . 18 . '' flHHfl If i I ^ For the roof there is a special class of I ||g 'United' Paint, made of high-grade iron oxides, | which gives the maximum protection to all iron H ?' structural work. '*. ? ™ ... 1- 'UNITED' ROOF PAINT I i IS MADE IN AUSTRALIA I H» by the same careful process of manufacture as other — ' ' I high-grade 'United' paints. ' . B Made in {wo colors which can be blended to produce H ' various shades, suitable to any class oj architecture. ?'.-?-. ? £3 ? : H ?' ? Buy 'United' Roof Paint from - ™ B7.J.TRELOAR & CO., Tamworth -I i'. Wholesale Distributors : I JAMES SANDY & CO. LTD. M ES. NEWCASTLE AND SYDNEY ^jSp i mil m HI 1 PENNSYLVANIA VACU...

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BOY'S TWENTY-FEET FALL. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

BOY'S TWENTY-FEET FALL. SYDNEY, Fridfiv. John Butler, age 14, living with his no.rents at the Royal Oak Hotel, was fix ing a bird cage on the balcony when he slipoed and ropped to the footpath 20 feet, below. He suffered a fractured elbow and in ternal injuries. His condition is serious.

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