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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
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PAPAL DELEGATE'S STAFF. Important Alteration. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
PAPAL DELEGATE'S STAFF. Important Alteration. SYDNEY, Tuesday. 1 An impoilant and inteiesting alteia tion has occurred in the peisonnel of , the staff of Aichbishop Cattaneo, Papal Delegate to Austialaaia I The secietaiy loathe Delegation, Con signor William Ormond, is about to re i. turn to New Zealand; and Dr. Farrelly, I ot I-iismoie, lias 'been appointed m his ? place JLlo was boin at Lismoie, and is 2G years of age He is the jounge»t i ecclesiastic who lias yet in any part, of the Catholic world held such a respon sible! position.
CHARGE OF IMPOSITION. Story of Pearl Shells Venture. Accused Sentenced. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
CHARGE OF IMPOSITION. Story; of Pearl Shells Venture. Accused Sentenced. ' SYDNEY, Tuesday Frank Walton, VI, a tiavellei, plead ed guilty at Paddington Police Couit to a cliaige of imposition, beaiing on his alleged claim that he had'becuied peail shell concessions in 'New Zealand Artliui Cluff. stated that Wan en hid been staying at his place He told wit ness that it 'he could put up the money he would be pel milted to join m a ven tuie of woiking peail shell concessions in New Zealand 'Witness paid Wai l en £30 on the understanding that he was to get one-thud of the piofits Warren -told the Magisliale that le had intended to go to New Zealand, but owing to the- shipping strike he could net, and having mixed up with bad companions, he bad spent the monev. A sentence of tlneo months' mipiison nient was imposed. »
LAWN TENNIS. New Zealand Championship. Tilden and Johnston Score. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
' t (* I-' , LAWN TENNIS. New Zealand Championship. Tilden and Johnston Score. . . SYDNEY, Tuesday ?-wi Auckland message states that much inteiest was i.iken m the games I in the Nov. Zealand championship lawn tennis tourney to day Tilden again defeated Palteison. bcoiing G-3,-6-3, 6-1, mid with John ston (l«f'.tp.l O'Hain Wood and Iloath, J— 7, 6—8, G— 2, 6 ? 1. I Biookes and P.itt'eison beat Wasli iJinn and Haidy (America), 4—6, 5—7,, j— 2, G— 1, fa— 2 ^ Ow.nj to mm the Now South Wales Lawn Tennis Association's rountiy tteek. carnival cannot begin at Double] Bay lo-monow The couits aie sod
Bishop Long's Warning. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
j Bishop Long's Warning. - tl Tho New Year sermon of Bishop ?Long, of Bathurst, shows the mind ot jthe statesman. ? If all clerics' oL cveiy ^persuasion- could throw their thoughts ♦from 'the littleness of their religious ^prejudices and look deep into woila problems and national difficulties a1?' JBishop Long does the Churches would' jbo more helpful to ordinary men nmt' .women who, lacking the high mentality! Jand lino idealism needed to lift them I tfroin their every- day grooves, aie pi one! ;to indulge in the extremes of ignoiani joptunism or foolish pessimism. Tho ?messngo of Bishop Long to the Austin.* Jlian people is somewhat gloomy; but .?underlying it is the intelligent motive of -Ja man -who sees what most other peo jple either cannot or do not wish to 'isee. ' ! . The man who imagines that because ?all is well with him the whole woild, 'must be fairly right usually does not! y_o.o_k beyond his own environment. Iti -is~the same ?with the nation that takes no stock of the ...
LATE MARKETS. Sussex Street. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
LATE MARKETS. . Sussex Street. SYDNEY, Tuesday; The New Yeai opened very quietly in the Sussex Stieri djstubiiting centres, to-day. Very little business' was done, rheie was a suppU ot potatoes. to hand both from Tasmania and the Clarence River. ' The Shipment from Tasmania ipinprised 2G00 bags, and that from the Clarence -River only 900 bacs. TheTas manians, which ^-elP composed mainly of pnme Eismaiks lose £2 a Ion, and weie fl.m at £10 Two hundred bags of chaff were also available fipm T.isirani.i In \iew of the small supplies quotations iosp 10/ to £8. All the chaff received was of good Quali ty Supplies of onions showed a falling off, but quotations for Victorian Globes were unaltered at £12 a ton. Only very small quantities of maize were on the wharves, the shipments showing a ruithei falling off Consign ments fiom the Northern Ri\ers to-day totalled 1100 bass. There was very lit tle ' Inter-Sin to available, but best prices were paid for ,prime Northern River grain. Yellow wa...
SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
? - - ''?——a - SPECIAL FORECAST, 'For the Northern Tablelands and &th,anl.North-Western sl°Pes, sup Plied to 'The Northern Dally Leadei' by the State Meteorologist, from the latest figures available each afternoon. t - ] Unsettled, with further rain: south i to east winds. |THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. » -?? ? ?* FT ? ^ j.-£ 5 'WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, l-)2l£^
PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
.PRODUCE MARKETS; SY'b-NBY. Tuesday. .'?'? Only a medium supply of forage was on offer at Alexandi-ja _ this; -morning. Grain and . vegetabi.es were available in large- quantities. - ' ? -..' Quotations: Wlieaten chaff, prime 9/3 to 9/10, good 8/6, inferior 5/, . oaten chaff, primp 7/3. good G/6 'mediurti 5/7 to, 5/10;; lucerne chaff 7/G; derrick st;-nsp 6/G, Aigenan oats infonoi 2/1 Theie weie no Northern sales
METAL MARKETS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
METAL MARKETS. SYDNEY, Tuesday Standard copper, spot £71/12/6, [three months £73/2/6, electrolytic cop .per ingots, £80 to £83/10, wne bars, I £«S to £83/10, lead, spot £2-4/5, tlnee months £25, speltei, spot £26/12/6, tin eo months £28, tin, spot £206/15, tlnee months £211/13, 'ailvei, standaid bars, spot 3/5%, thiee months 3/'- 7-8, fine,- spot 3/9 1-1G, thiee 'months i/-) 2-16