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STEWARDS tO MEET. May Declare Strike Off SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

. STEWARDS irOiSEET, May Declare Strike Off / SYDNEY, Monday. Although 'it is considered highly pro bable that the s(u\v.irds will, to-morrow declare their btnke uff it is not all like ly that tlio shipowners will exhibit any leverish- anxiety to got. their vessels ? wi den* way. ? A' Brisbane message states that the ship stewards there share the .feeling in Sydney that to-morrow's meeting will favor a return to work.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TURF. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

THE TURF. FIXTURES. JANUARY. 7 8-7lnverell 11 12— Bingara 18 19— Tamworth 20 27— Glen Innes 2b 27— Wei us CreeK 26— Willali (Boqgdbu), All Ileiglits , 26— Binnba Hibernmn All Heights 29—Guyia All Heights TEBRUARY 1 2— Werrls Cieek (GF) 2 I— Unlla 2 i— Muiruiundi (GT) D 10— Annidile Cup Meeting 16 17— Quiriudi 24 io — Wilcha Picnic N (By ' Poitrel ' 'AMWORTH JOCKEY CLUB'S BIG MEETING. Horesowriers nre reminded \that rioihi nations close To-morrow .(.Wednesday), for the Tamworth Jockey 'Club's bit, SumiiiUj MtLting to be held on 'luesdiy, ind Wednesday, January 18 and ; 1!). The pll7e inontn tot ils £1100 foi the1 Wo iln\s Nil Club -wishes ownei to spetmllv note tint thp wlloh tieight will be refunded on full horse ' bexos; in the. case o[ one horse one-third the amiurit: of a fully-loaded box; or, two thirds In the o\onl of two hoise-) it the rate ot a fully loaded box each ?way within a rulius ol 3U0 miles Hoiats must compile -it tin meeting and ilsol utujn to then staitin^ point wi...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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STATE LOAN. CLOSES TO-DAY. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

STATE LOAN. CLOSES TO-DAY. . N - ' * SYDNEY. -Monday. v.'-'Tq^morrow- is the closing;, day fo^r ahe'* subscriptions' -to tlie ' State Loan of £3,odO,000.' said the State Treasurer, to-day.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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MEALTIME WORRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

MEALTIME WQRRIES'. Theie is^i cuiioifs i elation, botwci the emotions ind the piocpsffes ot dige ion It is i scientific fad Hut suddci ?jiief oi jen will mstantlj ariest digo= iuii -iuu me iiuiciions oi me Btomaci will not be lebiinicd. until this unusui ^motion has subsided The liuth is Hi it the stomach mod a go.pd supplv ol lich ted blood to pic -oily peitoim its duty md if thp supph is called awaj to the bi un digestio stops ll you woiry and think ibout von tionbles it meal time \m\ aie on ti load to indigestion md the moip jo do it , the/more troubles you will have1 I. think about. Laughter is an aid to .di re'stion but plenty or rich blood in «, nc cessity That1 being the casp the fust thing l( do in djspepsii oi indigestion '(-i)oc illy in* the inim of btomach tiouble ^eneiiillj ©illtrl nfnous chspep'-in ib tc build up thp Jjlood To build lip the blood Ihcip is nothiii, bettei than Di Willnms Pink Pills ro -lie People rhe^ tono up IU( ( ntir- lystein, niako' tho blood . rich ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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ROUGH WEATHER. HEAVY FALLS OF RAIN. Gale Delays Steamer. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

ROUGH WEATHER. HEAVY FALLS OF RAIN. Gale Delays Steamer. SYDNEY, Monday. Some heavy falls c»f r.tin are ieeo'do'd .from the: country. The heaviest' fall; occurred at ATbiiry — 208 points. Bun-' gendoro'was next .with 205, and Tirana wnn J!ii points. Boisterous wrathcr prevailed in the metropolitan- aroa to-day, and drizzling rain- set.-in about 1 ^o'clock.l Immedi ately fiom all- the bpaches thoKOz-was a rush biuik to Hip city. .. .., ... An Adelaide 'message, states tliat the .-.tpamer* Klliiilby, - v/Jiich bad s1 received orders- at Cape Borda-'on Wednesday to niocccd.'. to .'.Port Victoria, lias not yet arrived. It 'is' proljably' ,ilf-layed ~.I-y the'gale. . ? j . , N ?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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CARPENTER'S OWN STORY. HIS FIGHTING LIFE. "A Round of Wonders." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

CARPENTIER'S OWN STORY. HIS FIGHTINa€iFE. 'A Round of .Wonders.' *. Geoiges Carpehtier, champion heavy-; weight bo^ei of- Europe; idol of- sporting Pi 1210P, and favorite everywhere,' ? has \ li'itn a lattlihg good book — 'My 'Fight-' in.; Lite — andi dedicated it to 'all Bri h a «-poitsmen.'' .VA'nd while he has told much that will be eagerly, absorbed by fol'owers or liis;a'rt, he hasv.told it in a manr-ei dint will entertain; and- charm ill sortb o ^readers., ? . t II t bool- is ?liKe'..liimself-rTfiicile, buoy ant dliect n.anly,. bfiiiiiriirig with good 'uiiiioi lie rails1 his life 'a roun.d oX indPis not w'Hhoiit cause. \\'ist '-cicely moro than a baby,' aining a. f- inp.a day as a.'bicycle nies ergoi an Lie native town of Lens, he nteiei5 a travelling boxing tooth and nit on the t'Cvreo for the/first time. And hat was against an Englishman. Earlier 'esiics lo Oo into the'w6rld as an acro ia' ^aPJshpd after this. All his passion va-s foi bJ^lnE, and then he discovered n a Mrect...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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EMU VALE TRAGEDY. ORIGIN OF TROUBLE. Hotelkeeper Charged with Murder. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

EMU VALE TRAGEDY. 'W ORIGIN OF TROUBLE. Hotelkeeper Charged with Murder. . , SYDNEY, Monday. ? 'A Toowoomba message states that as t a- result of the tragic, occurrence at Emu Vale, when a young man named Long was killed, a hotel keeper. Janus Comerfcrd, was charged with murdpr. The details sho\V that Long and an other man visited tho Emu Vale hotel on Thursday night. It wiis alleged that Long -made curtain.' remarks in the pre sence of the licensee's wile.. . Accused! immediately' ordered Long off the jire-j mises, and told him not. to come to flie'i hotel again. ? I Next night Long and several other young men visited the hotel, and' it was stated that they were sober. Comer ford refused to serve Long, and again ordered him oft the premises. Long re fused to go and .stood in the. open door way. {JoinefXord _ again asked Long to leave; but 'he refused. A revolver shot was ,- fired .at him. He was hit by the bullet and died within a few '.minute's.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

CASUAL COLUMN. . '- AdvertlBementii accompanied by caiih for this column .nre Inserted at, the rata of two linen for 1/ (minimum two lines, about six words per line), eacn succeeding line or part thereof, 66. An additional charge of 6d la made for booking. ? ? POSITIONS VACANT. ? ' ? APPLICATIONS 'ore iiivTtecl for uoslrtoii as Mun-iEor Koihvav an-.l Tramway Coo»oi' atiVi Sr.nVfP. W'eiTis Cieek. - Anuliunnta to- state age and experience, salary ro ' quired, date nrenareil to take up.pcsitloii. also forward conies of testimonials to reach Seorotarj- by Cth January. 1921. 1j. Knight, Secretary. Commercial Hotel, ^Werris Creek. ? ? ? J . ? WAN'to.- Kespectabln Old Man/ for yai'd work. Knrden and milk cow. . Apply, \T. Mahony, West Tamworth. ? WANTEPJTO PURCHASE. ? WANTED to Buy.— Hussies, Sulkies. Drays I'rams, Co-carts; Bicycles, etc. -SI. Hef fernun. Peel Street, Tamworth. ' ? WANTED_TO_BENT. ? \VAXTKD to 'Rent.— A WagBon'. Apply, Thlbaulfs Ltd.. Wont Tamworth. ?__ 4 ? . '^. FOB 8AI-...

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PORT STEPHENS—THE NORTH'S NEGLECTED OUTLET. "The Northern Daily Leader" is, indebted for the loan of the views given below to Mr. F. Phillips, Managing Director of Pindimar City, Port Stephens. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

PORT STEPHENS-THE NORTH'S NEGLECTED OUTLET. The Northern Da.ly Leader' Is Indebted for the loan of the v.ews gtveh below to Mr F Ph.ll.p-' Manag.ng D.rector of P.nd.mar City, Port Stephens. Looking 'from Pindimar Westerly' over the inner harbor of Port Stephens an* its gorgeous scenery. Looking from- Pindijnar easterly to the entrance .Heads. Port Stephens looking towards Pindimar, showing Admiral Lord Jellicoe visiting Port Stephens prior to issuing his report, in which he advised that Port Ste . phens bo made a naval base for the great Pacific Fleet. ' # ' -

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INJURED BY FALLING TREE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

INJURED BY FALLING TREE. SYDNEY. Monday. Miss (tfllespie and a- hidv friend -wen? sitting under n. tree at Kogarah when the tree was blown, down by the wind. The former received serious, injuries, including a probable fractuve of tho skull. . Her friend escaped with slight injuries to the. back.

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BOY DROWNED IN LAGOON. Brave Attempt at Rescue. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

BOY DROWNED IN LAGOON. . Brave Atfempt at Rescue. - ' SYDNEY; Monday. On Sunday, morning Arthur Smith, age 14, was drowned in a lagoon .off the Lachlan River, near Hillston. Ho was una'ble to swim, and was bathing with two other boys. . One boy noticed Smith in difficulties. He returned to him, and endeavored to rescue him., but was drawn under twice. A third boy pulled him out, but tho .stream carried- Smith away. The body, was recovered after . four hours' -search.

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YOUNG GIRL'S SUICIDE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

YOUNG GIRL'S SUICIDE. SYDNEY, Monday. Iiilv- Praren. acod IS, after discover ing that, her fiancee w;i.-- a married man, committed suicide at Windsor, 'Victoria, by sliootini'lifrself. ''' ]'?.'. '..,... ?

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ACCIDENT AT RANDWICK. Jockey's Arm Fractured. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

ACCIDENT AT RANDWICK. Jockey's Arm Fractured. SYDNEY. Mondav. George Gorio. a jockey, was schooling a hurdler ;at Randwick this morning When the iiorse stumbled and fell. Gorle was thrown Heavily to- tho ground, and fractuTe'd his arm. Ho was taken to tho hospital.

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TEST MATCH. BAMAGED WICKET. Hobbs 122. GREGORY'S DEADLY BOWLING. Second Innings Collapse. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

? TEST MATCH, DAMAGED WICKET. - :.:.'; Hobbs 122. .'.???' . *^ GREGORY'S DEADLY BOWLING. Second Innings Collapse. MELBOURNE; Monday. Rain to. the extent of two and a half hi'elies fell yjestefdayt jnib; the fresh uoutherly o£ last night and this morn ing -made ]-lay in. the test match pos s:uie at the ' appointed time to-day. Although tlie. wicket was still wet the captains decided -that it1 was playable. It was announced that. Hesirne. was sliK to bed, and there \^ould -be no chance ofjiim playing The start* was not made until 12.30. Collins opened to Hent'lren, and singles, we're got off the first two bnlls ,for shots that travelled only a few yards. Kelloway was the other bowler. His first bail got up nastily, and .hitting Hendrcn's bat ran safely behind the wicket for .two, bringing up lOO.in' ]2l minutes. Thou llendren aroused the', enthusi asm of tho onlookers' * by .'off Idriving Kolleway for lour. The ball was cut tin? ihroupji the lui-r, which ' the. bats mrn piittPd down w...

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COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Fine; Cool Southerly Winds. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. . Fine; Cool Southerly Winds-. SYDNEY. Monday. Tho heat wave influences, viz. tho high with its vertical isobars over eastern Aust.ral'.i. nmi Hip tropical and Antarctic low nressur'e system over tho central areas, which hnvo boon in evidence dim ing the past, week, have now workodi oistwards to the South Pacific Ocean. Thov havo been replaced by a cool change, with sounlly southerly winds, as sociated with the. advance isobars of an rvumt.ivo li-tii, whigh moved ovei1 from tlio Wf.sr, i-n:l this morning was centred i.o *lu- f.--nMi of Adr'aido. The in(1i('T-r-n* for Now SouHi Walps point to fl'ur'l-.r-r slmwors on tho const am1, parts or tho highlands,*, and snmo ihunrtp'-stnrnis-'n M)e, Nm-th-easf. Inland filif '.vP.Tthc- sh-niilri nvovail. and nool southerly w'nrtp slinuld ho.froneral. hlnw ini; frei.h to .sliniif! and soually on coast.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

^./ii^sS? ? , n l'm *o Gill ^stasHy)^ ffilS-^ioi J ' of tannin xiE^Z'X-^ I'i^jrl;.';^ % s I'm tootaatifi^ylj^r ISfll* . Do , you know that ,- I |§§|| - tannin is bad' for -the ' * .J | ' l^i'l- ' ' stomach? ' '?^ — ??^ \^\\Y^'^'^' '? if!i - 'Of couis-,-but r ''' -&* .' l6||$|, -never get any' tannin.' - miilr* '. \ 17 Don't be too' sure. ^0/iM '' ' The puckery taste in p|:;|5| - it'v '' , your tea isvtannin. ?? ' $§0t-'?'f%?i ? ! ' Common tea depends }$$&£'? ~ *,V ' mostly upon 'tannin for l^^iv * V its strength. ' Fine tea * , ? ISlPj.'H §ets ^s strength from ^H^V7 the real lea flavor. .. PJffit ?;;/'' If you want to enjoy Wp^0;^ \ , ? really fine tea, and skip If Sftff - , r~ , 7'1 that puckery tannin/ , ., ? ' I8l§lf ' ~ taste, then . ' ask' your S| Ip * grocer for Buehells Tea. ?^C'y^r'-/' ' VISIT. OF * ? ? . p'; GEORGE LAU ON L,EE, v'; Nephew; of the late Dr. George On Lee, ' : ;\ ' ;;' ::-.'_' ?? formerly qf Wynward Square, . i 0?^f\/:{: . ;-'.' '.'?-, Sydney.'...

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VESSEL'S NARROW ESCAPE. Anchored Off Rocks in Gale. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

VESSEL'S NARROW ESCAPE. Anchored Off Rocks in Gaie. SYDNEY, Monday. The sailing vessel, G. B. Kennedy, had a narrow escape from becoming a wreck outside Melbourne Heads on Saturday night, having had to anclior in a gule oil' the rocks. ?

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CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. By v ANNIE 'HAYNES. Author of 'Lady' Carew's Secret,'' 'Cice- ly Vibart's Love,' 'Footprints of Fate,' e.tc, etc. / (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XIII, * Six! Seven! ^ight! Chnrmain turned over in bed and woke up with a moan, as her maid came in with her tea and drew up the blinds- The. clear spring ?sunshine poured into the room, as Char- | main sat up in bed, she felt strangely out : of tune with the brightness. She had been awake thje greater part of the night. ; \tossing restlessly from side to side of the:bed, and only as morning approach ed had she fallen, into an uneasy slum ber., A week' had elapsed since the ghastly remains found in the old coal shaft had been identified as those of- Alick Mc Tayish. Sir Hamish had not returned to town; he had gone down to Castle McTavish to break this terrible confii- | mation of her. fears to his mother, and then had gone back to Halsdon in order to take his brother's body to Scotland for burial in the family vault. The fun eral...

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WOOLBROOK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 4 January 1921

WOOLBROOK NEWS. A light machine gun and bipod trophy captured by the 34th Battalion on August 8, 1918, at Accycoche Wood, France, came to hand here a couple of days ago. It probably will be mounted on brackets in the A.I.F Hall later on Nurse Ida Hunt, of local Bush Nurs- ing Association, has received an ap-   pointment as matron of a private hospi-   tal at Toowoomba, and is resigning her Bush Nursing position from January 31. Woolbrook's loss in this case is Too-   woomba's gain.            

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921

CRICKET BATS. Nicliolls1 Automatic Rubber Hatfdle CO/. ? .'?-? .,,-.'-.? '; Simlding'H Counly Special, '65/ :, -?' The Spaldlng Bat, 55/; .;--,:.;;.,_? Gunn and Moore's Cannon,' -50/. S.S. Standard Driv'er.r 47/6.;' .: : ?- - -.? S.S. Atlas Driver.- 45/;- !:v- ;..[:-? v--:V,. S.S. Uapid -Driver; :59-.::;.^j /' '/ Ayre's: Triple 'Rubber, -50/^ ? ^???''v Leg 'Guards,' 25/, '27/6 VperSpair. . . Stumps;' V, 22/6^-and'.25'/rtBe.t.-''':.': iciiift The Stationer. '11. 313 PEEL STREET,. TAMWORTH. Thono 150, Tamworth.,. : ; ... CLEARANCE SALE. AT BiWONDAii, ij Mile Emerald Hill , Railway, '11 Miles Giinnedah Wednesday, 12th January, , at 2 p.m. .. ? Household Furniture, Farming Implements, Etc. BACON & COMPANY, Gunnedah. ~ ' £5 REWARD. Lost, ? at Deepwater Races, on.JNew Year's Day, Lady's Gold Cameo Bangle. Above reward will be paid on delivery to 'Argus' Office, iriverell. ~ THESHIRE OFPEEL.' '~ TENDERS are invited for Grazing Rights of the following reserves, for period 1st Februa...

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