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

CASUAL COLUMN. i ? . ,;. s' ? 1 Advertisements accompanied by caah for his column are Inserted at the rate of two ! IneB for 1/ (minimum two lines, about alx / vordB per line;, each succeeding Une or ' part thereof, 6d. An additional cbarga of i ?rt Is infide for booking. ? , ? POSITIONS VACANT. WANTED— Governess, to teach two child- ? ten, 11 and 12 years, Protestant, '-third I week in February;' also BaUy Help to ns ? sist;in all duties Apply,- Mrs. F.: C.'Mc-' Donald;, 'Rose Hill,' Gurley. U'ANTED ? ^Young Girl, to 7. assist house work, sleep at 'hO(me. Appjy, Mrs. C. A. Harcourt. White Street.^ '?? Tamworth; WANTED. — Wheat Stacker, i man1 who can lump. Apply, West Tamwcrth Mill/ WANTED.--A' Capable Girl,-; for ~ 'domes tic work. -Mrs. -Britten. Napier Street, Tiun worth. ? '. ' .'^ . : - ? . ^\?ANTJi;D7— Comp'eTont GoneralTApnlJVMrs. R: 'A; Clark, 'Fruit- Shop. Brisbane Street, Tamwortli. 3 ,.WANTED_TO, . PURCHA8E; ? ? '~~ I WANTED' to~ Buy ? Buggies, -'iSuIkicsT Drays ' Piams,...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS' WELCOME AND WAR TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921

SOLDIERS' WELCOME AND WAR TROPHY. ' Amount previously acknowledged: £47/6. W. J. Peek £1/1. Total re ceived £1-8/7 Amounts still lequiied Six at £5/5. 10 at £3/3, 19 at £2/2, 9G iit £1/1, 198 at 10/0. Subscriptions should be sent to the Mayor of Tnin wortli. the Presidents ot tlip Pepl and Cockburn Shires, 1lie Town Cleric, Turn worth, or Hie Shiro -Clerks 'Peel and Cockburn Shires.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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NAVAL DEFENCE. DOMINIONS AND PACIFIC. Canada's Hint. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921

NAVAL DEFENCE. DOMirJiCNS AND PACIFIC. ' Canada's Hint. (United Service) / LONDON, Monday. ' The announcement that Canada is tiansfeiiing the scuiadion piesentecl to her to the Pacific.^ where it will act in full haimony with the American com mand, lwis diawn shaip atlention 'heie to llie , mipoi tance of the Dominions' \iews on the naval discussion., 'The Tecent contioversy in the columns of the' 'Times' concerning submaunes was distiessingly maiked by the absence of consideiation of the Dominions' position, and- the Bntish Government docs not seem'^fto'jieinem bei the desn ability of the Dominions' repiesentation upon 'the committee that is now discussing naval, policy. - The 'Standaid' now' announces 'that the Govoiiiment has lecoived a veiy de finite intimation fiom Canada and Aus tialia that the- want .v'liund in the Pacific question. Canada adds 11 at if these wishes aie not acceded lo the pioject foi a Cana dian Ambassadoi in Washington will I proceed. '*? t '

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

I --X?hildren Not Wanted ' ; to be Bilious, Crabby, Sleepless, Feverish or to suffer from Acidity and Stomach Troubles j1 i Which are eaten as readily as au ordinary . .' Chocolate. They are good for Grown-ups too. ' J ' Sold everywhere in Boxes. Free Sample from Ltucetto Co., Melbourne ? ; ' m~ ~~M AKE-^YOUR ' O WN ' yonICJ ? W A RUN-DOWN Nervous System is speedily 1 - ' ? --? 0mz& jt\ restored by Nutone- It costs you.only 2/6 1 !p^a| a bottle from your chemist or storekeeper, l [!r|5[{gj33| Twenty times the quantity, worth 15/- or more, can then § ' ' g JUsKSii ^e made w'th the utmost simplicity in your own .home. I | KSSSi^W$^ Manufactured for the. Nutnna Proprietary by I | B3 ''1'**--r ' F. H. Faiddiivi X- Co.. London, A ileln i-!e, Perth and Sydney i 8 3 Etw /C± *♦ Ol i A jr^A/ ''B crS/O^C 'r*v Mado Against ? WOOL, STOCK, PROPERTIED -, NEW ZEALAND LOAN ft MIERGSHTILE AGCKCV COMPANY, LTD. , SYDNEY ' - Full Particular! are Promptly Supplied on Application ? The Company ac...

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RUN DOWN BY TRAIN Several Persons Killed TERRIBLE AFFAIR AT WOY WOY. Children's Miraculous Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921

RUNDOWN BY TRAIN Several Persons Killed ? * TERRIBLE AFFAIR AT WOY WOY. Children's Miraculous Escape. . , SYDXEV, Tuesday A tenibio fatality occmied at Woy Woy last night It appeals Uirt Wil mot RougMey, of Duial, Mia Victoi MoKonzio, of Gosfoid, the latter's hus band and two. childien, Haiold and Gladys McKcnzie, aged 11 and 2% ucais i lesnectivelv. dMirinii tn rM^™ n't- ...n -i ? Si' — — »? ??« «'U31 HIV 1*111 way line on then way homo by;walking acioss Woy Woy bnd^o * - No soonei had they got on the Sioi - manent way tharf e train came lound the coiner at 'gieat speed All,* with the exception oC Mi McKen/le, wore nin down and huiled in al', directions, and hoinbly mutilated » Tne little giilswas thiown with tio mendous Aoice ' out fiom tho lino through the non fipssles of the bridge She loll head fust' into the water below and was chow nod The Lod., was io co\oicd thu morning on the foieshoie of All Piersant, some d'stance fiom the bcene 6f t' o accident It hid cv,dent]y been was...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. CHAPTER XIII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921

CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. i ? ?! 1 1 *t*— ? By' ANNIE HAYNE3. Author of 'Lady Carew's Secret,!' 'Cice- ly Vibart's Love,' 'Footprints of F»-e,' etc., etc. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XIII.— (Continued). Rita smiled maliciously. 'Ah! you have seen so much. Yes, it. is a ring, Lady McTavish,' with sneering empha teis on the title. 'A .wedding ring. Would you like to know where I found it? Ah! Perhaps you know — ' as v^uar mian shrank back with a stifled cry— i ipund it among the ashes in the fire place in your room tho day aft-?r Lord Arbuthnot's letter came, the day after the one when you had mysteriously dis appeared from home and returned la.te at night wearing your best dress. I saw tl'i at you had been burning letters when 1 came into your room the next morning. Some instinct, made me brush the litter aside, and then among tho debris I found this. I said nothing about it then, for one never knows when a little thing like that may be usel'iii but it seems to me the time has come to restore it t...

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

' VISJTOF GEORGE ^LAU ON LEE, Nephew of 'the late Dr. George On Lee, I formerly of' Wynward Square, | v ' _ Sydney. ! - v Chinese specialist, Only Address: 324 Bourke Street, Surry Hills, Sydney. (No relation to any other Chinese .Herbalist.) Rheumatism, Appendicitis, Nerves, Asthma, ( Cancer, any growth inwardly, Chronic Sores, Fits, Catarrah, Goitre, Sugar Diabetes, Ear and Nose Ab- - scesses. MR. GEORGE LAU ON LEE will be visiting: » Tamworth, Friday, January 7, 1921, and may be consulted at Vost Office Hotel. Quirindi', Tuesday, January 4, at Com mercial Hotel. Werris Creek, Wednesday, January 5, at Commercial Hotel. .Manilla, Thursday, January G, 1921, at Imperial Hotel. Telephone, 749, PaddingtOD. , WHY SUFFER. ™~~ NO NEED TO SUFFER WITH RHEUMATISM. 4Sl. This is an ailment rS?-«|K^n^ that, although endured \&k'ii/i+jj.£ hy many, can be cured te5J$ff4V3??5 if you 'will see me wlth jf^ra -3v*'- out flu'tner delay. jB§g^j|5!a Verily, verily, I- say [$Wi&f~^ unto y...

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

Slid) oi the Cable News on this Pago so neaded has appeared in 'The Times,' and Is cabled to Australia by special permission. It should be under stood that the opinions are not those ot 'The Times' unless expressly svat ?-1 (0 ** W. ? _- ..

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TEACHERS' CONFERENCE. TRUE AUSTRALIANISM. Children's Ignorance of Country. Mr. Mutch's Views. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921

TEACHERS' CONFERENCE. TRUE AUSTRALIANISM. Children's Ignorance of Country. Mr. Mutch's Views. SYDNEY, Tuesday. The fiist mtei Stale School TeacheiV Confeience was opened to-day in tho Education Buildings, Sydney, by tho Minister foi Education v Mi Mutch said that he felt moie strongly than ever he did ' in his life that it was the teacheis who must be responsible for destrovinir narochial differences, .' and for creating, in the minds of the children under their care true Australianism. We had not the civic right, or pride in our country, tp which it was entitled. They had not enough faith in their country, they did not realise how good it was. The teach ers must impress this upon the minds of the children. ' ' ??* There were children in Victoria who, did not know what New South Wales was like. Those, conditions must be re moved 'by the teachers themselves. Hfi had found teachers teaching the child ren about Finland, but they did not teacli them anything about the country uvui lilt:...

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DE VALERA'S WHEREABOUTS. Complete Mystery. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921

DE VALERA'S WHEREABOUTS. Complete Mystery. v (United; Service;) LONDON. Monday. The movement of members of the Dail Eirann from America to Ireland is due to the piogrpss lowaids a compiomise The whereabouts of Mr. Do- Valera re mains a mysten, the 'Government aie as ignorant as the public. It is untrue that, the' Government countenances His return, though if, as suspected, lie is at present in Dublin, the Government is . unlikely- to pounce on him A closo watch is being kept on all ves sols fioin Ameiica, whilst the little seamer I'oitia. ownPd by the United States Shipping Boaul is still iindfi guard by thp nnlitai v, as though Mr. Do V.\lera might appeal fiom one ot the empty casks

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IRELAND. PEACE EFFORTS. PROSPECTS OF SUCCESS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921

. IRELAND. PEACE EFFORTS. By Archbishop of Perth. ? PROSPECTS OF SUCCESS. (United Sen ice ) ' LONDON, Monday. | The Government has telegraphed | Archbishop Clune, asking him to; postpone his departure. He had in tended 'to leave for Australia thro ugh Italy and Egypt, but is expect ed to comply. The Premier believes y the position is ripe for further me diation in a few days, and regards the Archbishop as a valuable' inter mediary. The history of his negotiations is. in teresting lie called on the Piemiei, and suggested that he might bring about peace. The Premier asked him to go ahead, he was taken by the UndorSec retary for Ireland to many Irish centres. He saw Mr. Griffiths and others in gaol. '?Archbishop Clime's idea was that a Christmas armistice, for tbreo weeks, with. an open meeting of the Dail Eirann, would load to a. bettor spirit of compro mise. Mr. Griffiths and the oilier. Sinn Feiners agreed to stop tho shooting Tho Premier demanded tho surrender of j'.rnis. and ncgot...

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LORD MAYOR'S POLICY. GREATER SYDNEY SCHEME. Housing and City Railway. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921

LORD MAWS POLICY. GREATER SYDNEY SCHEME. A Housing and City Railway. \ SYDNEY, Tuesday The Loid Majoi, Aldeiman Lambeit, summed up his policy as tollows My Labor policy w\\\ be the policy of the Municipal Laboi Paity, which is the Labor platfoim and on which the mom bois of the Municipal Labor.. Pai ty were letuined to the Council The paity has been canymg on this plaUoini as tar as possible to. the past two yeais. The party is much concerned regard ing the Greater Sydney. Scheme, and will do its utmost to .bring it into opera tion as early as possible. The party is also anxious to open up negotiations with the surrounding municipalities, with a view to amalgamating them with the City. A start should be made im mediately with the City railway in or der to relieve the existing congestion of traffic in and around Sydney. Pioper attention will also be paid in regard to having an adequate water supply, and the electiie light will le ceiva all possible, attention to bring it up to the st...

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TWO WANTED MEN KILLED. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921

TWO WANTED MEN KILLED. (Published in 'The Times') ' LONDON, Monday The 'Times' Dublin couespondent' says- that two wanted Limeiickeis lan jrom a house when the militaiv appioa ched. A chase ensued and after a le volvor duel lielnnrt a bank the wanted men were outflanked Both weie shot dead. ' ~' ? ?iMiimiMiLiM iimMi^—iiir /

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

RETURN THANKS. Mr. Edward Lonergan and Sisters de- sire to thank all kind relatives and   friends for telegrams, cards, and all   other expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. ------------   MRS. A. J. MEINCKE wishes to re- turn thanks to the Matron and Nursing Staff of the Tamworth Hospital; also the Doctor in attendance, Mr. and Mrs. G. McArthur King, and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Euston King, Mr. Graham, and all other kind relatives and friends for kindness shown to her late dearly be- loved Husband.           Mrs. A. C. MEINCKE and Family de- sire to return thanks to the Matron and Nursing Staff of the Tamworth Dis- trict Hospital, the Doctor in attendance, also Mr. and Mrs. G. MacA. King and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Euston King, Mr. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. W. Robson, and all other kind relatives and friends for kindness, shown to their late dear son and brother, Arthur. &...

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TAMWORTH BOY SCOUTS. Holiday Camp at Woolbrook. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 5 January 1921

TAMWORTH BOY SCOUTS. Holiday Camp at Woolbrook.   Members ot the Tamworth Boy Scouts   to the number of 18 have just concluded averty successful holiday camp at Wool   brook. The majority of the party, und er Scoutmaster King, reached Wool brook by the Glen Innes Mail on Mon day, 27th ult., having been preceded by Assistant scoutmaster Wakeley and one scout, who made the necessary arrange- ' ments for the camp. Unfortunately tents despatched from Tamworth on   Friday morning, 24th ult., did not reach   Woolbrook until late in the evening on   Monday night and the scouts had to work hard to get under canvas before nightfall.         The succeeding days were passed in swimming, flshing, scouts games and camp fire concerts, the weather being ideal   throughout, and the camp site all that     could be desired. &n...

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SOME SHOCKS ABOUT WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

: SOME SHOCKS ABOUT WOMEN. Of aU fallacies those pertaining to wo men are the hardest to kill.. False im pressions of :the sex that should have died a thousand years ago still flourish (writes Emma M. Wise, in London 'Daily Mail.') - ' ' ' There is the belief that every woman is a born nurse. She is not, and there is no 'reason why she should be; yet this is one of the fine old crusted falla cies that, only the brave dare dispute. : A twin' fallacy is the belief that wo me nare instinctively maternal. Nothing of the kmd. Maternity is a craft. Poets nifty --be:; born and not made— mothers never; !? A baby demands something more than- a seductive cluck. This popular idea of inacernity. is a horribly expen sive ? fallacy. Hundreds of fine men and women :in embryo are laid ultimately to tpst-'-in suclv pathetically small coffins — lust bec'ajiiie of the mother's untrained and aiislaktfii ideas of devotion. . a second matrnal fallacy is that mere ly because a woman is a mother she ad mir...

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WHEAT SHIPS ARRIVE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

WHEAT SHIPS ARRIVE. «.-... -?- SYDNEY, Wednesdnv. iNeany bu vessels are either Jti Aus tralian ports or on their wav here to in f,i wheat for. the Continent orUnUed K ng.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

FOR NERVOUS INDIGESTION Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Nervous indigestion is a common ail ment among Australians. It is the price we are forced to pay when we work beyond our. strength, eat hurriedly, and ?'all to get sufficient exercise. Worry and ,?rief are also contributing causes nnd children who study too hard in poorly ventilated rooms are frequent victims. It is a dispase of the nerves rather 'ban of the digestive organs and is.cor locted bj giving needed nourishment to Hie nervous system by building up the blood. To build up the blood there is nothing better than Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. They tone iid the entire system, malce the blood rich and rod, strengthen the nervns, increase thn p.p petite, put color in the cheeks and lips and drive away the unnatural tired feel ing. Plenty of sunlllght, good whole some food and fresh air will do th* rest. The price of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is 3/ per box..

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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SOLVING THE DROUGHT PROBLEM Dropping Salt from Aeroplanes. Ingenious Proposal. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

SOLVING THE DROUGHT PROBLEM! . Dropping Salt from Aeroplanes. Ingenious Proposal. Mr. Frank C. Snodgrass, 430 Bourlce Street; Melbourne, writes of a novel pro posal: — I venture to send you a few illustra tions dealing with 'Forced Rain Precipi tation' and 'Checking Bush Fires.' My proposal is that as salt dissolves In moistures at 15 degrees centigrade I be lieve and argue that if it were distributed over the rain bearing clouds which move ovej- Australia, It.jvquW .on contac|,,£and 'whilst 'siniciiifg 'through, dissolve', 'arid 'by its action open. Natures, vnlv.e clouds and produce !a ; 'Forced ^Rain' Precipitation,' in the limited area operated over and up on, until the cloudiness was depleted of its watery burden. The salt could br distributed by means of an aeroplane The machinery would be run by cog wheels and chain jrearinc from engine? t.'o distributor, which would br- placed below the roar of the air machine T hnve notified all St.itps and the Fed flrnl Government since 19...

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