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Mr. George Vine, Scone. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

Mr. George Vine, Scone. By the death of Mr. George Vine, which took place at the residence in Scone, on Saturday night last, the oldest district identity, disappears. Deceased was born it Invermien, then in the .possession of Dr. W. B. Carlyle, 79 years back, and 'iad lived in the district continuously ever since. Death was not unexpected, as the ate Mr. Vine had been confined to his ?oom for same weeks, and the oppres tive heat of the past fortnight, tended o hasten his end. The funeral, which L.ook place on Sunday afternoon, was 'ery largely attended, interment being nade in the local Church of England :emetery, Canon F. A. Cadell officiating.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. D. G. Rosenthal, Warwick. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

Mr. D. 6. Rosenthal. Warwick. The death is announced of Mr. Cecil Roy Guymer, son of Mr. David Gnyjner, flosenthal, which occurred on December 31. The late Mr. Guymer, who was aeadmaster of the Limevale State School, was spending his vacalion at Boonah, where an operation for appendicitis was performed. Mr. Guymer was 21 years of ige, and was teaching at the Limevale 3chool for the past two and a half years. He was educated at the Mountside and Warwick State schools, and later at the Warwick Technical College. His death ivill come as a great shock to his many 'riends in Warwick, Limevale. and Texas Tor he was one who joined in all sports, ind was particularly an enthusiastic ?neniber of the Texas Tennis Club. The iody was brought to Warwick on New Year's Day for burial in the Warwick cemetery.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Mother Mary Magdalene, Armidale. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

Mother Mary Magdalene, Armidale. ARMIDALE.— -Mother Mary Magdalene one of the oldest and most distinguished nuns at the local Ursuline. Convent, died on Sunday morning, in hor 70th year She was' related to the Austrian nobility, ?rod' possessed rare gifts in music, langu ages and art needlework. She camo to the Armidale Convent about 32 years ago. The funeral ceremonies on Monday wnro most impressive. Three requiem masses were celebrated.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NORTHERN OBITUARIES. Mr. T. S. Howes Warialda. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

NORTHERN OBITUARIES. Mr. T. S. Howes Warialda. WARIALDA.— The death occurred in Warialda during the past week of- Mr. T. S. Howe, an old resident, who passed away in his 81st year.

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ROSEBERY RACES POSTPONED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

ROSEBERY RAtES POSTPONED. SYDNI3V, Wednesday. Owing ,to rain the Rosebery ! pony race meeting has been postponed till Friday.' ?

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NEW ZEALAND TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS. AUCKLAND, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

NEW ZEALAND TENNIS ' CHAMPIONSHIPS. AUCKLAND, Wednesday. The New Zealand ?' tennis :champiinship' was continued to-day. The only' import- ant match 'this morninc; .was tfiat .in which O'Hara Wood beat Marsh, 10— 8, 8— G, G — 2. It was a very attractive game. WasWburn won his- singles against a local player.-avhile Brookes 'and Tilden, and ' Patterson and Johnston, accounted for.. local players in eht doubles.

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LATE SPORT. Deepwater Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

,LATE SPORT. Deepwater Races.: The annual Deepwaler races on New Year's Day resulted: — '; ', OPENING HuUWJCiAP, G .furlongs.— Flush of Dav/n (Clements) 1; Xord Garde, 2; Cooletfe. 3. Only starters. Won easily. Betting: 2 to '1 on the' winner. Time, 1.18. TiRIAL STAKES, C furlongs. — First division: Gay XJity, 9.10, (Naughtqn) 1; Split the Wind* 8.0. 2; Blue Nobby, 8.0, .!. Winner 3; to. I on. ' ? Second Division: John ' iShell/ 8.5 ' (J. Williams,) 1; Red Grain '8.0, '2';' Millie' Kent, 8.0, 3. Winner 5 'to -2 .on. NEW YEAR'S G'IFT, 7 furlongs: E. A Baker's Gaucho, S.12, ('Parkinson), 1; Klavonc, 0.0. 2; Sparkle Yet- 8.5, 3. Won by a length. Betting: 2 to 1 the win ner. Time, ' 1.30. WELTER HANDICAP/ 7' furlongs.— ? Pow Wow, 9.8, (Naughton), 1; Bbmilbo 8 3, 2/ 131 ue Nobby, 8.0, 3. 'Betting: 2 to 1 on the winner. - r IJEElPWATER .I.C. HANDICAP,^' one1 mile.— Teroona, 8.13 -(J. Williams), l;j Bernard Jackson, 9.6;:; 2; ^Gaucho'1 8.5,' 3. Won by half a length. Betting: 2 to 1 the win...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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STEALING ELECTRICITY. Fine Inflicted. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

?J:. STEALINiGvELECTRICltY: ?* V Fine'lnfllcteij. v ' , .;-..'; ?'!:'?:. SYDNEY. Wedriesdav. -Harold:,; Lawler,;'. of Norfolk-street,^ Nowto\yn, ; 'was', 'uohargwi- ' with 'liayirig; stoien; three; units ;;of electricity, worth 1/1. . A\ represehtativo ot; the .Balm'ain Light Corporation; slated _that defend ant's house had beenjcpjlhected up \yitlV the .compan};'s;insfallatl6% in 'the, street, though the coni.pan'y :,had not miylb the connection. ;-;;. : . ? ,' A -line' of 10/ was imposed.

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SCRATCHINGS. WARWICK FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

SCRATCH INGS: WARWICK FARM. Pace Welter: Genghis Khan. i Liverpool Mile: Bandbox. Juvenile Handicap: Tremolo. Maiden Handicap: Brunar. Farm Stakes. Ballet Queen; AU.'Eiigagements: Marsh King.

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POITREL FOR SYDNEY CUP. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

POITREL FOR ;SYDNEY CUP. SYiDNIEY. Wednesdav. Sportsmen will be pleased to learn that after all Poitrel has been nominat ed for the Sydney Cup, his entry hav irg been inadvertently omitted in the official list.

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EVASIVE HUNS. DISARMAMENT PROVISIONS DODGED. Exchange of Notes. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

EVASIVE HUNS. ' DISARMAMENT PROVISIONS DODGED. Exchange of Notes. .(neuter's -Telegram). IjONDON. Monday. ilteuter's Berlin correspondent says the French Note to Germany complains of the non-fulfilment of the disarma ment .clauses. It declared that, tho stipulated arms have not been surren dered; that a certain number of defence organisations' have 'not' been disbanded; that the delivery of surplus war mater ial is 'not completed; and that systema tic resistance has been offered as re gards the execution of the aerial clau ses of tho Treaty, and the aeronautic material which should have been .de stroyed. The German Government, replying seriatim, declares that it's obligations have be'en fulfilled, or if they have not been fulfilled exact fulfilment has been impossible, asserting .that Germany does not dosiro to ' withdraw from the Spa obligations. vReut'er's Berlin correspondent says the': replies 'have been published of the. Ambassador's conference on December 31,'j to 'tjie' Germa...

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AUSTRALIA'S TROUBLES. Concessions to Revolutionists. An Outspoken Premier. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

AUSTRALIA'S TROUBLES. Concessions to Revolutionists. An Outspoken Premier. ADELAIDI3. Wednesday. Speaking at Victor Harbor the Pre mier, Mr. Harwell, said the .financial outlook -was- uncertain; and. the indus trial prospects were black. There was a very small section of the community in Australia who, were deliberately .con spiring to 'dislocate industry . and pro duce widespread misery and distress. Thobe revolutionary, forces must b'e' re- sisted by every means in the power .of ' the people. -...._ t- _.. .. ....... '*., V.;'Ther~e^sh'ou'^ with traitors. :Th'at:. had' taken placolto/ a- certain ..extent in ,-the, past .in -\ cei;taln quarters. .Maiiy; of ^^'thetr troivbles; ,were thei' natural .-/result ;of ;;ihe . neEotiations , which had tflkoh place.Varid of . c'onces-,' slons which had .been maGe .to -men. whose object was to 'blackmail the Go verniiient and rob {the' community:; - Such «of the Cable News on this Page so headed has appeared In 'The Times,' and Is cabled to Au...

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MOTOR ACCIDENT. Constable and Prisoner Knocked Down. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

'MOTOR ACCIDENT; Constable and Prisoner Knocked Down, S'VDNEV, Wednesday. Constablo Rowe was taking a prisoner named Henry Wright from the Central Police SitaUon to the Central railway. Wiion in JJddy Avenue they ,were knock ed .down .by a motor , oar. Both 'Were taken to hospital. ? , ..''', The constable ,was allowed to .'leave after being examined, but tho prisoner wasViiid.ihltted V. for, : (treatment for qon cusslon:^lrid 'scnrp-; wound's: ' y '??';? .

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COAL TRIBUNAL. CONFERENCE RESUMED. Statement by Mr. Baddeley. Outstanding Difficulties SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

COAL TRIBUNAL. CONFERENCE RESUMED: Statement by ' Mr. Baddeley. . Outstanding. Difficulties; SYiDNEY.: Wednesday: Tho compulsory conference summoned by the Chairman, Mr. nibble, of the Coal and Coke /nuustry special' tribu nal, was resumed this afternoon ,at the Commonwealth Buildings. The proceed ings were held in camera, and later an 'official statement will be issued. I Mr. Badderey said Mr. Wearne was invited by. our Council to ;isk whether its was possible to embrace orders - or awards made under the Industrial Peace Act In the case of workers^in Victoria or Newcastle. Our Council' wishes 'us to emphasise the fact' that a promise was made when we came' b'efor'aT the tribunal lhat,.if an award wis made it ?would' be 'binding on'alU parties')', arm .would ' affect all -engaged, -either'' oh I black , or wbroWn''coal' and ' also' coke.'We recognise the inability ,,6f ' the' tribunal ^so fitr.' as 'the Broken Hii'll' Proprietary 'is concerned. , We' wiii'it to know Sy here we' stan...

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POSTPONED WEDDING. Intending Bridegroom Charged With Theft. Accused Further Remanded. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

N POSTPONED WEDDING. Intending Bridegroom Charged With Theft. Accused Further Remanded. SYDNEY. Wednesday. James Grant (or Harry Smith), who was arrested last Friday a few minutes before his wedding ceremony was to have been performed, re-appeared- at the Police Court to-day, charged with having bioken and entered shops at Sjjlney and j Newtown, and stolen vaiious ai tides! valued at about £'150. i A further remand to . January 28 was granted, hail being allowed -in £200. *' Accused Make it lower if you can 'I want to be out to get married. The magistiate said ho could not grant the request.

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LATE TELEGRAMS. Drowned on Christmas Night. COLLAROY INQUIRY. Verdict of Accidental Death. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

,MTE TELEGRAMS. Drowned on Christmas Night. COLLAROY INQUIRY. Verdict of Accidental Death. SYDNEY. Wednnsilnv The City Coroner held an inquest this morning into., the 'death of Leslie Laney, aged 39, a butcher, who was drowned near Long Reef, on December 20. William Baker said (.hiit. nn' niirioimna Day lie and deceased started from Manly in a- sixteen foott sailing skiff, and' reach- ed Long Reef just after dark. Laney seemed io be partly asleep. A roller .struck tlie boat, causing him to slip to tho leo-sidc. Tho boat, cantered over, causing water to come aboard, and wit ness headed it. towards the wind. ' De ceased was trying to scramble back when the boat, capsized. Witness and Laney clung to it until they reached the. shore, when tho skiff struck a rock, and both lost their hold. Witness lost sight of Lanoy and was himself.'.. washed. -sea- ward afterwards being picked up ; by four men who came out in another. boat: Both witness and deceased were per feol.lv sober. Arthur Phipp...

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RUNAWAY TRUCKS. Wild Race Through Dubbo. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

RUNAWAY TRUCKS. Wild Race Through Dubbo. SYDNEY., Wednesday. Last night a brake van and half a dozen trucks broke away from Euloino go station, four miles east of Dubbo. Thnv crravitated west. Catherine torri iic .momentum as Dubbo was approacn od, especially when descending the in cline immediately east of the town. The runaways dashed through Dubbo at- a speed of SO miles an hour. They went across the bridge, and to the top ol' Bou rke Hill. They pulled up there, and swung, back through Dubbo again, and to the top of the hill east of the town; and once more a switch back 'performance took place, and. through tho town tho trucks rushed again. ' '? The line was clear, anil no . damage was done, but the noise was deafening.

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LATE TELEGRAMS. Chinese Crew Sentenced. PROHIBITED IMMIGRANTS AND DESERTIONS. Trouble over Exchange. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

LATE TELEGRAMS. Chinese Crew Sentenced. PROHIBITED IMMIGRANTS AND DESERTIONS.' Trouble over Exchange. SYDNEY. Wednesday. I hirty-Cour .Chinese were again be fore the Central Police Court to-day charged with being prohibited immi giants, and also with having\unlawfully absented themselves from duty as, sea men on board a Norwegian ship anchor ed at Newcastle. l '? The men's story was that they .were engaged at Shanghai, for an IS ^months' voyage #at 4S Mexican- dollars a month. On December 22. the vessel was at New castle, and the Chinese asked for an in crease in. wages. s The captain made in quiries at' the Bank of New1 South Wales and found that the' Mexican dollar on that date was ''worth 3/OM: English money. The men'refused to' accept pay ment at that rate. On arrival in Sydney the men's re presentatives interviewed the Chinese merchants, Varid subsquently told tho cai/i.ain the..'. , 'considered he was not paying them a high enough:rate for tho Mexican, dollar: At tliis : stage...

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Titles and Their Holders. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

Titles and Their Holders. During the year just closed over 20,000 awards of the Order of the Bri tish' Empire were made, aud many ^tfipusands of other titles and decora r ?tions were bestowed on various people. Quite a number of these honors came to Australia, where they somehow seem inappropriate. In Britain such honors ore a tradition handed down for many generations and do not seem so out of place as in Australia; but even in Britain there is a feeling that muni ficent contributions to party funds are more likely to secure them than disin terested service to the nation. ''.These distinctions may not. do much harm, but they certainly do no good. They cause an undesirable type of searcher after cheap glorification to push himself into all sorts of public movements in an effort to catch the eye of the dispensers of titles and decora tions. A person of this type is likely to act at all times with an eye firstly to his own advertisement; and any cause to which he has attached himself ...

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What We Want To Do. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

1 What We Want To Do. .t ? ? The Lord Mayor o£ Sydney lias just jssued u statement containing the city JLabor Party's proposals for spending 'an enormous amount of money in mak ing Sydney a bigger and better place. jOi* course, the inevitable underground ?railway is on the list. It is required, |we aro told, to relievo the growing [traffic congestion. This congestion it- jthrough no fault of the people who live [outside Sydney; yet they are being ask ied to shoulder the burden of paying in terest on an unproductive undertaking i to relieve it. !' The new year should inspire jaded 'Northerners, fresh from their visits ..to congested Sydney, to join more .enthu siastically in the movement to create a Greater Nortk. It is useless expecting ! tins overdue greatness to come about unless by making it. If it is impossible to persuade the Domain graduates who [now rule the State to listen to the case ; for the North, more effective methods l^ivill have to be adopted. Only fools . and; ultra...

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