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MAITLAND MARKETS. WEST MAITLAND, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
MAITLAND MARKETS. WEST MAITI ANDf Tuosdaj Catlle weie in faiilj laltjc supplvaat Oanipbell's JTill jards Theie v»as .1 sood attendance of the trade Consign ments consisted of a fair proportion of good to pi line quality bullocks, with rather moie than the usual numbei of cows; steers, lioif e'rs. and .calves. Sales opened at slightly 1 educed lates This to no pie willed Ihioughout, the maiket boing fiom 20/ to 25/ below iabt day's rates ' Quotations: Pi inie and weiglity /bul- locks £19 to £21, prime £17 to £18 10/, £ood £15 to £16/10, medium and light weights -.to £14/10 Pnme town £13 to £15, good £10' ?10/ to £12/10, medium £7/10 to £10, infeiioi sSi/10 to £7 - .. , Sales Noithein Agents, steois £13 16/ to £18/1, cow's' £11 /13/G to £14/1, W A Clift, cows to £10/4; T F and J Giiils, cows £10Al to dC13/»l, heifeis to £9/G, A G Munio, bullockb £16 IS/6 to £1-)/ .Fat sheep weie in fan supply' to .1 good attendance Consignments con sjbted of good quality wetheis and ewes, with a few p...
WAR ON MOSQUITOES. Great Success at Toowoomba. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
WAR ON MOSQUITOES' Great Success at Toowoomba. A summer or two ago TQowoomba at tained somewhat unenviable ' notoriety for the prevalence of mosquitoes in that town and a -vigorous campaign was in stituted to .get rid of this pest. That1 the campaign has been successful can I be adequately gauged from tho fnllnw. ing letter that has been received by lhe Toowoomba. City Council from the Health Department.:— -i' have by dlrec lon to turnlsh the following particulars' o mosquito precautions at Toowoomba,' as ? l ©ported by Inspector Catoo. 'Mucli Refill work contiue.s. to be done by the Towoomba City .Council with regard to niosquito infestation. VronjlBes »re re°' visited from time to time io ascertain breeding places and the Hprayln' o It i& worthy of note that the onlv mon ?annvRve'n dTlillK my Visil' ™' one in uiptmtj. The Commissioner desires .ouncil, for tho able nianncv- in which iol ,nVl° deaU- T,'lh m0Kflui'° '«PP«-es- Tn be rtonSPVCla ly as !t 'hows what! r-hL-o f« mi...
INVERELL RACE WEIGHTS. INVERELL, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
INVERELL RACE WEIGHTS. . mt_ ... . INVERELL, Tuesday. V™ '''owing weights have been de clared for. the first day's, events in con nection witii the races to be held in In .vereil on Friday and Saturday next:— OPENING HANDICAP, 7 furlongs.— Gaucho 9.0. Coolette 8.10, Harnham 8.0. Tlerewe 7.12. Culwalla 70 TJNGHA HANDICAP, 5 ' furlongs — Lady Machinist 12.0, Norgrad 11.11, Nlckaway 11.2, Milton Cob 10 2 Lady Cavil 10.G, Posmoll 10.0, Posady 10 0, Lasslgny 9.12, ^Anything 9 10, Zircon 9-9, Boom's Baby ') 7 Mail Bo- 94 Sovei ette 9.0,ubalite 9 0 Boia Bill 9 0 FIRST NOVICD HANDICAP G fm. Shell 8.9, Gr.ye Rico 8 0, Red Giain 8 0. Zircon 7.12, Billy Deohistei 7 10, Split tli0 Wind 7.7, Blue Nobby 7 7, Colrose SUMMER HANDICAP, 7 nil longs - feroona 9.5, Leucosu -) 0, Gaucho 8 7 Tlerewe 7.5. Sealstei 7 0 ?BUMDARiRA HANDICAP, G fm longs -HMilton Cob no, Shiil 110,nLaSsigny 10.2, King Rice 10 0 Anything- -I0 0 Z 1 . eon ».«. Yttlux 0 12, Boom's Baby1 9 1 , Oiandumbe 97 Chaltoo 9 7, Boi.i' Bil ...
LATE SPORT. A.J.C. Weights. CHALLENGE AND ANNIVERSARY. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
.i^£ LATE SPORT. !'isiL_ ** | AJ.C. Weights. CHALLENGE AND ANNIVERSARY. ? c ? ??? SYDNEY, Tuesday. The following: weights- have been a lotted for the chief events at the A.J.( Anniversary meeting: — CHALLENGE STAKES, 6 fur. st;io. COOLSTONE,,, ? 9 t- GLENACRE .. ' ? 9 44 HEADY AYE READY ..9 3 MALTGILLA ? 8 11 BIPLANE ? 8 10 CURAWEEN ? 8 9 KING'S WORD ? S, S - TRESSADY QUEEN ..8 7 LISNA.VANE- ? S G COOL LIGHT ? 8 5 GALTEE MAID ? 8 4 COOL STIMULANTS ..SI BANDURRIA ? 7 13 . BIG'AROON . . ..»..'..' 7 '13 WARSP1TB ? 7 13 BATTLEWRACK . . . . ? 7 13 GILRAY ? 7 13 WAITEA ? \ .. 7 12 VOLPI ? 7 11 - EUDOIS ? 7 10 ' WISH WYNNE ? ' 7 10 ' WEA WEA ? -.7 ' 8 KENILIS ? 7 '7 ? LA STEPPE .. '.-. .-. . .' 7 G JULIA GREY ? : - . 7 C KURIONG ? '.. .. 7 5 FIRST ARTILLERY .. ..7 5 ViALIDOLID ? 7 4 ASIA MINOR . . . . -. . . . ' 7 3 KING OF DIAMONDS ..72 POILU ? .. 7 2' ALMSGIVER ? 7 2 SWEET ROSALBEN .. 7, 2 Pin ? 7 2 -MILLIE KENILWORTH 7 -.2' MALT CRAG .. .. \. .. 7 0 MOUNT CELLO ? 'i 0 GLEN BRANTER .. .....
ARMIDALE CALEDONIANS. New Year's Day Gathering [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
ARMSDALE CALEDONIANS. ._ ... » New Year's Day Gathering The Armidale Caledonian Society held its annual, gathering on New Year's Bay. Following' are the results of the various events: — DRESSES. Best-dressed Highlander: ? W. H.'.Mc-' Bean 1, L. Fletcher 2. Best-dressed . . H ighland Laddie: M . McArthur 1, Ron McArthur 2, Best-dressed Highland Lassie w .Tojck Garner 1, Ethel McDonald 2. I Best-dressed 'Highland Lassie (local) ' ! E. McDonald 1, J. McDonald ? 2; | -Best-dressed Higliland Laddie '(local) ?' ' Malcolm McArthur 1, Ronald McAithurl 2. ' ' PIPING. * Strathspeys and Reels C Coopei 1 L. Fletcher '2. Marches (local Pipers) W H Me Bean 3, T. B. Smith 2 ? Popular Airs:-McBean 1, Cooper 2 Pair of Pipers (march) : T'. B. and H. C. Smith. Highland Fling (2nd consolation) : D. M'CCormack 1, White 2, Webster 3. Irish Jig: 'Bracken 1, Crossman 2. MISCELLANEOUS. Putting the Stone: A. Schae£er-1, P. Cuskelly 2, C. Schaefer 3. Throwing the Hammer: II. Schaefei I, J. Brazier 2, T. B. Sm...
DAVIS CUP. Handed Over to Winners. AUCKLAND, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
DAVIS CUP. ' Handed Over ^Winners. ?'?*':._.. . AUCKLAND, Tuesday. when th V lUo Tottn H'111' Auckland, »hen the trophj was foinially handed | . ^e ?L bitterness i»nd sweetness „,«. tHe'cu ?h i','eS8 h0S itl 1)altinB With oW , a,1 ,lulvp stllven «n P«st yeais ColneVl,, ?. , hPn' keel) Th0 'weotnoss comes in this: That m aie p.utlng with the Cup to a team worthy in every way to hold it.' The winneis, he remaiked, were on and off the court sportsmen and gentle men. Patterson snid he was afraid he' had not quite justified his position as the second player for Australasia. The Aus tralasian team had been up against the best combination that ever left Ameri ca. It was no disgrace being defeated rubberless by such players as Tilden and lohnston. The Australasian team felt it was handing the Cup over to very woi ?ny successors to Brookes and Wilding. O'Hara Wood said that if he had been Playing he was confident the result would have been absolutely the same. Mr., Hicks said: 'I would like ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
AUCTION SALES. ESTATE THE LATE C. A. ST. CLAIR. AUCTION SALE. 'GLENBROOK,' OF 1319 ACRES, 4 MILES FROM CURRABUBULA ALSO 420 MIXED CROSSBRED SHEEP. 3 HORSES. At Locomotive Hotel, Curraliubula, Saturday, January 15th, at 2.30 p.m. The area comprises 679 Acres F.H., and 640 Acres C.P., chiefly undulat ing Grazing Country, steep in parts. Fenced and subdivided into convenient naddocks. About 60 acres have been under cultivation. Small cottage. Watoi pd by well, windmill, tank and troughing, and spring. .Water in creeks most °f ''oAKWN and COUSENS LTD., in conjunction with DENNIS and DENNIS have been instructed by the Administratrix of the late C. A. St. Clair, to sell hi' n'lnsOpnecUon«°wm be arrangedfor on application to the Auctioneers. C1ARVIN & COUSENS LTD., Tamworth. DENNIS & DENNIS, Currabubula. Salwey and Primrose, 24, Moore_Sj.rget. Sydney, Solicitor.s to^ the Estate.^ ^ ? ??' 'AUCTION SALE. 1 '? Estate of the Late R. S. Pigott. 'THE ISLAND FARM,' 397 ACRES FREEH...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
*-??? CHEAP FARM. EASY TERMS. . * -r. ..- . , , £600 REQUIRED. i12n? »PiIl'JSS;ftC:P--antl C-U Pour m'ea fi-om Gunnedah. 80 acres Wheat Land ? I oi^nicn 10 acres have been cleared for plough. Balance low-grazing. ridges : I Ail ring-barked except 300 acres. Boundary practically wire-netted ' Sub -??' ^i i,mt0^ 6 I)ildocks- Watered by good permanent wells, fitted with j TVinumill and troughing. . .; jjiPIUCE: £2/7/6 per acre, present Title. Terms: £600 Cash, balance can re I main on Martgage on easy terms. £70 of which is secured to the Govern -J , Jiient Savings Bank o£ NjS.W. for 30 years. '.( - ' wveln ^Ye ^recommend this property to intending purchasers of excellent Wheatgrow h GARYIN & COUSENS, M, * * ? TAMWORTH. tHEAP HOMES. ffrBand^sitions. Reasonable Terms, ? Situated in elevated position. Corner Block. Handy Railway, P.O., and School S',Uatedaboveam£5fl0aeach TW° Ni°e Bri°k Cottaees' 8imilar description to Handy Position, West Tamworth. Brick Cottage, of 4 rooms, kit...
WESTRALIA STRIKE. CABINET PREPARES FOR FIGHT. Dispute Committee's Conditions. Appeals for Help. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
WESTRALIA STRIKE. CABINET PREPARES FOR FlfcHT. Dispute Committee's Conditions. Appeals for Help. SYDNEY, Tuesday. A Perth message stales Yesterday passed quietly in stnke ciicles Minis ters met and discussed emeigency mea suios foi the convejance of passen geis and food supplies, and subse quently Mi Scadden, Ministei foi Rafi wajs, issued an appeal to--citi/.ens with motoi cais to come to the assistance ol tho Government The Post Office has enlisted the. help of motoi -car owners toi cairying the country mails The Disputes Committee held a meet ing, and. decided that the following con ditions must foi m pail of any settle ment, in addition to the tlnce points immediately involved- — Payment of wages in full for all lail wav employees whom the Commissioner has locked out thiough no fault of their own. ' ?? Payment of wages in full foi all mem bers of the Locomotive Engine Driveih, Fnemen and Cleancis' Union who have been foiced out of woik thiough the obstinacy of the Commissioneis-...
SKY ACROBAT'S FATE. Tragic Attempt to Change Aeroplanes in Mid-air. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
SKY ACROBAT'S FATE. § Tragic Attempt to Change Aeropldiifc in Mid-air. ? -'-;--..? A former Army aviator named Myrp'n L: Tinney fell 500 feet ^ wiiiio perfornjinl aerial aQvobatios :af- tile State' JWll Grounds, at Detroit, -aiid was killed* Tinney's stunts were similar to (ho4e peMormed by Lieutenant Locklear, who Avas killed several weeks ago. ? , ..In an attempt to catch a rope ladder on winch he. was to climb from .; one acvoplane tc- anotlier flying above him ' he missed hia i-Jipia .ari'dn ; piungeii frbta the top of his machine. ? ? , . . '™ : A. crowd,, estimated .at nearly 20oMo witnessed the accident «vvy»
SPORTING. Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
. SPORTING. '' Cricket.' Sy:W On Saturday last the- BcctiVe'-ifettni journeyed to Wiriton!: and defe^tea :- tfie home team, by 03 .runs on the flrs't-in^ nirigs. Following are the scor'o's-i— '??' v .Winton: Newell, run oiit 9; 't':;^n rier, c Hallidriy,-b Baifey, -19; 'Brit''Wt; wood, ib Foster/. 0; .JV R'.' ..FiUwodd;vb Brown, .5 ;;., I-L ., Ful.wod^.'b Foster, . 1 ; J. Bashfoj\d,'.b.' Brawn, 0; A.' ?'Dpbsoii,: jj Berry 6; U Evan's c Colqun'otin, '? :'b Brown, :3;CDuhcari,c' HialHda;y; h Berry, 2; A. Jonneiv.b' Berry, 1;/12..' Ful'wobd,,-' not out, 0; sundries, 3. ' . Tptali 43. Bowling: J. Fp£ite-r 2 for. 9, A, Barry f for 11, Brown ^6 for '?i't),'' Isiracs i) ifdrH, 3. Bailey 1 tor 6. ': ? ' : ?, ?Bective, ? first inriinss : ?':. Kallid.ay;. . c \ Eyana, b H.Fulwpod, 0; O. F'okteiv - Erit Fulwbpd, . 21; .Isaacs, b m] Fiil vood, 12; ''?'3.' Foster, c' Brit Fuiw'o'rfd,' 'b '. FulV/obd, 9 ;? Evans, c H. Fi'tlwbo'a:: b J.FuHwood, 25; Ri-Cbiquhoun, not out. 27; Brown, c Duncan, b J. ...
THE LATEST Irish Strife. ARCHBISHOP CLUNE'S EFFORT. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
THE LATEST Irish Strife. ARCHBISHOP CLUNE'S EFFORT. (United Service) ' LONDON. Tiiesflnv The 'Daily News' Gahvay corres])ond ent confirm!, the lepoit of Archbishop Clime's effort to mediate Aftoi tlio failme ol the lccent nego tiation* -ha applied i. for, a passport °t0 Austialia end was asked not to so now llip',Premiei 'laying 'You so baelc in Ireland, and ' conCinue tho good work you are doiiv^,' and . so Dr. Cluno. re mains as an intermediary. The paper adds that an informal meeting of the Dailerrian Cabinet has been. 'held,, and -all members are sum moned to kc close 'nt. hand in the event of a confeience being1 necessary or de yirat'tfio. Officials believe that Do,, Valera Ik in Iipl'ind He ceitamly left America a ioitnight .'go, and is supposed to have been seen m Dublin
BURNING OF HOUSES. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
BURNING OF HOUSES. (Reutei'sTelegiam ) LONDON, Tuesday. Pi 101 to the burnings at Middleton, a proclamation by Geneial Stiickland was posted in Coik and elsewhere in the martial law aiea on Satin day, warning inhabitants that an attitude ot neutral ity was inconsistent with loyaity, anil was punishable by court m.'itial, and oideiing cveiybody to make arrange ments to immedmteh report the pre sence of iebel'1, and give information ot then movements
TO THE EDITOR. Correspondents are asked to express themselves briefly. Letters should not exceed half a column in length. GRIEVANCE OF MAIMED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
TO THE EDITOR. Correspondents are asKed to express themselves briefly. Letters should hot exceed half a column In length. - GRIEVANCE OF MAIMED SOLDIERS. Mr. R. F. H. Green, Pine Vale, Woolo min, New South Wales, writes: — During the last Federal elections, a little over twelve months ago, speakers galore in various parts of^the Common wealth, unburdened themselves of theh ?opinions concerning the payment, in cash or otherwise, of War Gratuity Bonds. Column after column was print ed: in all kinds of newspapers concern ing the! same matter, -and in the midst of the hubbub a small deputation re .presenting the- Limbless and Maimed Soldiers' Association was received by the Prime ?Minister in Sydney.. Their simple request was to have the gratuity paid in cash to' limbless men, and Mr. Hughes definitely promised that such would 'be done, for he would give un, ambiguous instructions .to the ;; Board that amputation cases were, ipsp facto, to be treated as 'necessitous : cases,' md so be e...
STEWARDS' NEW OFFER. Possible Appeal to Mr. Hughes. Seamen's Attitude. SYDNEY. Tuesday, [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
STEWARDS' NEW OFFER. . . __ , ;tn'*f*;-f Possible Appeal to Mr. Hughes. Seamen's Attitude. SIDNEY. Tuesdav. Through the medium of' the Vlndus trial Disimtes Committee of the Trades Hall, the. Stewards' Union lias made a fin thei offoi to tlio ship owneis loi a settlement of the dispute. The com mittee has now interested itself in the trouble, in view ot the general industrial position, and Mie object of llie new! move is mat the owneis slia'il take the offei as oflicial It ibis oftei is not accepted bj the owneis, and it they still refuse to mpol the slewaids., a le quest by tlio coal mmeis, stowaids, and othei oigamsations compiisihg the Transnoit Woikeis' Ked.iation, is likply to be made to the Pnmo Minis tei foi an industiial tubunal to settle the trouble. ^ 'Mi Cunningham, secietaiy of the Vjctonan Bianch of the 'Seamen's Union, staled to flay that the seamen wouidnot man the vessels without tho btewauls, and 'weie certainly nofcon ton't to sail with non-union sle\/aids
SOLDIERS' COLUMN. WHAT THE LEAGUE IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
SOLDIERS' COLUMN. 1 . . ? : ? ♦ ? — . WHAT THE LEAGUE IS DOING. ? I Through the courtesy of the |; j Editor of 'The Northern Daily I Leader)' one column in every Wed j nesday's issule will be devoted to I the doings of sub-branches of the I Soldiers' League in the Northern j area and other news of interest 'to . I returned soldiers. The hews will I be supplied by the Hon. Publicity : I Officer of the Tamworth isub;branch - 1921 OBJECTIVE.. ;'* The State Secretary in his ^December circular letter says:— -'I; have ' ?'set-mysdlf the de:finite objective of 50,000' members, and am convinced that; with the. whole- hearted co-op.eration of 'every sub-braflcJi secretary ^arid also 'every indididtial member, that mark; will- be 'easily reached'.' ' .'' ' ? The. New Year is usually 'tlie'ti'me Toi making good resolutions, and if ey'erj;' member will njakc and carry out. th(: resolution thaj/ne will do his utmost to get as many' new members as he pos sibly can, the 50,000 objective will soon ...
CASE FOR UNION. Statement by Secretary. Owners Blamed. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
CASE FOR UNION. Statement by Secretary. s Owners Blamed. SYiDNEY. Tiiecdav. J\Ir Qloato, geneial secietaij of tho Stewaids' Union, yi a statement in rip ply to ti o shipping owners, said lie noted that the mtei State ship owneis stated that the altitude adopted bv the unions, nai tactfully the mai me-/ stew - ards, was detnmcntal to the best in terests ,pr Austialia, but the ship owneis, if theii inteiests foi Austia lia weie' rs^ great as they would have people believe, would ~ at least have helped him to budge ovei -any difficulty m the wa_-,of a settlement, rathei than bung .about a stoppage of shipping \ They! not only icfusod h'm time in which to meet his members in Victoi i-i, but also look %n ay fiom him tho onl- inducement he had to oftci the men lie again affiimed that the ship ovn eis weie alone lesponsibio for the pip sent hold-up. /
CHARWOMAN'S AIM TO BE A TYPIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921
iDHARWOIWAN'S AIM TO BE A TYPIST. r \- ,inM.iSfPlnCep zeai haa bro'eut about the ?Sf MOontael.y°Un(J CharW°maQ nam^ She was anxious to become a typist but had no money to pay for the neces sary teaching. bhe saw her chance one day when her mistress for_got the keys of her strong box containing 20,000 francs; Taking- the Keys, the charwoman wont off with the ^Last night, in the, neighbourhood of the' McMitmnrire .-abarets. Yvonne was arrest ed on a.charge of robbing her employer. She was- elegantly dressed, and had spent about G000 francs of the money Queationod by the Police Commiusary nl.e said sho intended paying back the money when sho .became a keyboard ex? pen. and found a post as a typist -iJn!f-^°?'liK,Sary at flrst smiled' incre t'-ulou-iy, but lio found that tlio e\v\ iia,t becoinn a student at a wnll-known com er-P.l school, and was one of tho most industrious and gealous in her class.