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ANGLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE. Modifications Necessary. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921
ANGLO-JAPANESE ALLIANCE: ' Modiflcatipns. Necessary. ,.; (Reuter^s TelegramO LONDON, Tuesday. Reuter is informed that a hig,h Brit ish authority announces that the sug gestion from the United States that there are. secret clauses in the Anglo Japanese Treaty are absolutely foun dationless. It is realised that .events arising out. of the war and the League of Nations necessitate an adjustment or the.' Alli- ance, but it is unlikely that any con sideration of these will bo possible un til the Dominions have been consulted.!
SEVERE STORM. Damage in Casino District. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921
SEVERE STORM. Damage in Casino District. SY'DNEY, Wednesday A seveio cycionic storm, which was less than a mile in width, and which blew itse.ll out within two miles, un roofed taim houses and faim outbuild ings in the Wooroowoolgen. district, about four miles from Casino. It lifted one new and partly erected house fiom its blocks, and flattened it out on the road. The damage .is, esti mated at several hundreds of pounds Where the storm passed through Um bered country the wind literally drag ged the trees out by the roots, screwed them off half waiy up the trunk, or chopped off the tops. The storm: came .with' startling suddenness v;iroiri.v the south-west. -/:?:?:'???': .-'??'.'.: ??'.'.??''??'.???''''.: '.
FAIR RENTS COURT. Record of Year's Working. SIDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921
FAIR RENTS COURT. Record of Year's Working. SIDNEY, Wednesday . The -tiansactions ol the Fair Rents Comt dm ing the past year show that S12 applications weie lodged, and that rent was a educed in 148 cases, ' while rent was inci eased 'ntf 212 cases, and 228 cases weie seCtled between the paities or withdiawn, and 121 applica tions ate pending. Cases .n wh.cn lcnts weie inereased are moie numoieus than those in which reductions weie made. This is duo to the Tact lhat most o£ the applications weie made 'owing to notices ot mcioasc of rent, and in many ot these cases, though the mcie.ise was gianted, it was less than desued by the landloid vThe mci cases tanged f-ioin 3d to T)/-- weekly, and deci eases fiom 3d to 22/
LABOR AND EDUCATION. Speech by Minister. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921
LABOR AND EDUCATION. Speech by Minister. SYDNEY, Wednesday At the Lord Mayor's welcome 'to dele gates to the inter-State teachers' con ference to-day, Mr. 'Mutch, Minister for Education, said he was happy. 'that the Lord Mayor and himself had been friends tor so many 'years. They had worked in shearing sheds together, and were members of the same trade union for years, and were both of the same political party. The Lord Mayor was a sort of, Minister for Loca'i Government, being head of Sydney's largest munici pality, and he was Minister for Local Government also. Together they would work for tho development, of the city; He was sony to say th-it the space of then lespectne teims did not allow of them developing all that they had at heart Teacheis need fear nothing from . each of the'm, Ilistoij \ ould iccali tli.it in this State at least it had always fceen 'il Labor Government that had done, most for education dining its teim
TWO STEALING CHARGES. Accused Convicted. Remanded to Newcastle on Third. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921
TWO STEALING CHARGES. Accused Convicted. Remanded to Newcastle on Third. At the Tamworth Police Court yes terday, before Mr. W. M. Finchani, P.M., three charges vt-ere preferred against Frank Bolton, alias Buchanan, alias Lewis, ase 26. The first was one of stealing, the sum of £;-, the property of John Joseph Hyde, at ?Tamworlh, on December 17 last;- the second, stealing .vscarfpin and silk handkerchief, value .Ea/5, from Michael Keith Konz, on the same, date; and the third, stealing at; Port Waratab, on November 2 last, the snm'of £5, the property of George Bbyes. ..On; the first charge, Constable Fran cis produced a warrant and deposition taken at A;midale, where accused was iirrested. John Joseph Hyde, a railway em ployee, deposed that he gave accused some turkey;; to sell for him;' It was arranged that any amount over ' .'£% which accused made he cculd keep for himself. Subsequently accused told witness that he had sold the turkeys .to Mr. Boziquo, of the 'Caledohiau llotei; wh...
THE TURF. FIXTURES, JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921
THE TURF. FIXTURES. JANUARY. ? ; * 7, S.— Inverell. '. , ' ; LI, 12. — Bingara. . ,. ':,.;. : 18, 19. — Tamworth. ? V - '. 20.— N. and N. W. D. R. Association at Tamworth. ?'':':? ; Zf-, 27. — Glen Innes. , ? ' : ' ? ?' :?:,-. 26, 27.'— Werris CreeK ' ? : v 26_\Villala (Boggabri), All Heights. .. 26— Barraba Hibernian All Heights. ? ? 26. — Benelemeer.. All-Heights.^ i; ?;'vM.'r. !. ;'!'? 29.-^Guyra All-Height's. .-? ,.'., : . ;; ;;: y;-- ??.??', ?:*'; V FEBRUARY.. ?-?'-: l(-2.-rWerris Creek (G.E.); .' .;v:,V;;' .X:ri& ?2| 3.— Uralla. . . . ;? ' s y: ???^:^:: Z, 3.— JIurrurundi (G.F;).. ?^: ;,?;:/!: ;;\: ;''.9,' 10—Arroidale Cup VMeetlng^;;. . . ] 16, 17.— Quirindi. . r ?'; ^;;;''!;vi:': ? :' 24, 25. — Walcha Picnic. ^ . ;? '0 (By 'Poltrel.' : . !;'/ BARRABA HIBERNIAN ALL-HEIGHTS MEETING. ' Ban-aba Hibernians are . holding a meeting for all-heigh (a, .ponies and trot ters on January 26. Three events arc tor all-heights, two for 14.2 and under ponies, and a' Farmers and Trade...
TOUCHY TOPICS OF THE DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921
TOUCHY TOPICS OF THE BAY The biitUcsliip that once cost £2,000, 000 now runs nw«y with £!-,000,000. This gig-iinlie difference has brought. Ihc big iirmument nations- up with a .slimi) turn, and cneh is tisking tho other 'Whltt; about it?' America is lh(! best able to stand the strain, but Ibe Yankee love for private ownership of dollars is too strong' to permit of stupendous waste on ships and gnus which are unproductive . except :.; of corpses; so it is not surprising that .the most earnest 'representations about the foolishness of going on with the naval forapetition have come from U.S.A. The fear of Japan is not a vital factor in (he American policy; and hyphen alnd -German hatred of Britain is not likely to lead the average American 'to thirst for war with John Bull. The re peated declarations of British states men that in no circumstances would the Empire join Japan ngainst America have apparently bomc fruit. : It is now only a qnesWon of inducing Japan to abandon her wild pla...
STEALING WHEAT SACKS. Accused Fined. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921
'STEALING WHEAT SACKS. ,r Accused Fined. John, Graham was charged at the Tamworth Police Court yesterday with having stolen 49 wheat sacks, of the1 value of £1/17/2, 'the property of John Thomas Debius Burke, at Nemingha, on ^December 29 last. : '' Sergeant Somerville said that on De cember 30 he took possession of 49 wheat sacks at McBean's secorid-hahd dealer's shop in Darlins'-street, - Tam orth. Accused was charged the same Jay with stoalins them. .-V Alexander James JicBean, a secotid-? hand dealer, gave evidence as 'to the sale of the saclts to him by accused. The sacks .-were similar to 'those pro duced' in court. John Thomas Debius Burke, a store keeper at Nemingha1, , deposed that he saw accused at Nemingha on the even Ing of December 29. Witness left -49 bags on the wheat dump at the, station. They were new bags and unmarked. He missed them the next morning. The .bngsiin court appeared to be the same. Accused pleaded guilty. He .was fined £5, and £1/4/6 costs; the bags to ...
SPECIAL FORECAST [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921
SPECIAL FORECAST : For the Northern Tablelands ? and * T&.anl.North-VVestern sl°P^, aup «v 1 o 7he NorU»orn Daily Leader' -By the State Meteorologist, from the West ngures available each afternoon. i Cloudy, with some scattered , showers. Easterly winds. - ? ' THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. i » = ?! - THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1921.
Mrs. M. Connolly, Narrabri. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921
Mrs. M. Connolly, Narrabri. On December 23rd, an accident attend ed with fatal results took place at the ?esidence of Mr. Mat Maher, in 'Doyle street. Narrabri, (saye 'North-Western Courier.') It appears that Mrs. M. Con nolly, sister of Mrs. Maher, was engaged cleaning the carpets with benzine and 'lot water and that when she went to *he stove to get water from the kettle lie benzine caught alight and set fire to 'ier clothes. Mrs. Maher and the other iccupants of the house were on the scene in a few moments and Mrs. Maher had her jjgnds and arms severely burnt while attempting to put out the flames. The injuries to Mrs. .Connolly were of so serious a nature, however, that she was immediately conveyed to the hospi tal. Although everything possible was done by the medical men the patient ex pired from the effects of the burns and shock the same night The funeral took nlace on the following afternoon and was largely attended. The Rrv Father Ron iyno conducted the burial service- Mrs....
ISON'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921
ISON'S PICTURES. Pne; .of- the thrilling scenes in 'In Old entucky.'. to be the attraction at. Ison's Theatre, to-night, is when Anita Stewart as Madge Brierly rushes into a burning barn to save a thoroughbred racer from the flames. She had been ;n a near-by city and was very much in love with the young master of the es tate, but. has ibeen told by a jealous woman Uiat the young man was only playing with her heart. She slips quiet ly out of the big house to return to her mountain home, and as she does she sees that the barn is on fire. She knows that a fjne thoroughbred race horse has been stabled in the barn, and that- the horse is favorite for tho' great Kentucky Handicap, which race is soon to be run. Others from the house rush out a» the flames mount up, but no one dares to enter the stables as the place is enveloped in flame and smoke. But (Madge enters the burning place and manages to coax the horse out to safety just a3 the barn crashes to the ground
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921
I Clean sinks, pots, pans and all kitchenware with 'Clever M«ry.' Use It for scrubbing wood and paintwork, JI^JXL cleaning greasy placet and tho ga» itove. ~r=~nm-v-t/\\ n Engineers and mechanic* find it . [',' ly^ Ji\ I II invaluable for cleanin( the hondi. ?KP^CLivER-11 ^SrS^ ^;5:;;=^^ ' The Enemy of Greaie.' ' Motor Lorries ... . ' . — — — —————— MB——— 7,IZ& Ford— Fonn-a-Truck, with Standard Body. £460. Smith— Form-a-Truck, carry 1 ton, can be attached to any Chassis. ? lW' -..-li®1***** - sMM&r&iaenA Dearborn Model F, 1| too. £915 Chassis only. G.M.C. Model 16. 1 ton. £725. G.M.C. Model 41. 2 ton, £1225. De DioifcBonton. 3i tons. £1500. See the Illustrated Models at Our Office. A. BROWNSCOMBE, Ltd, Tamworth ? AGENTS.
DEAF, DUMB AND THE BLIND. Annual Report of Institution. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921
DEAF, DUMB AND THE BLIND. Annual Report of Institution. The annual report of the New South Wales Institution for the Deaf, Dumb and the Blind is to. hand, and is full of interesting matter. The Directors take the opportunity of expressing, their thanks for the lib eral support accorded during the past year, and invite special attention to the financial needs of the institution. There is still a debt on the building, fund of £2546/0/6, and one on the general fund of £630/6/3. .. The existence of these two debts is a source of much anxiety, therefore- an earnest appeal is now made for special donations to extin guish them. The friends of the. institution are ask ed to make a note of this and do what they can to assist. ? ? Subscribers are warned against giv ing their contributions to unauthorised collectors. The city representative is Mrs. E. R. C. Hall; Miss. Winifred Price for the :countny; and Mrs. E. Cross for the suburbs. . In some of the country towns friends have 'undertaken to...
PETERSHAM OLD BOYS' DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921
PETERSHAM OLD BOYS' DINNER. The next annual, dinner and smoke concert will be ' held at Rayner's Pavilion Cafe; 'Circular Quay, on Satur day, January,' 15: .1921. at 8 D.m.- An excellent musical' programme will' be submitted and,. an enjoyable evening is assured. The. committee anticipate an increase over last year's attendance (199) and all /teachers; ex-teachers and ax-pupils, botlv day and evening continu ation classes of the Gordon-street scliooi, not already in receipt of a ticket should uppity' to the lion, .secretary.
SPORTING. Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921
SPORTING. vf /?'?? 'i' ?-» ? ??? Incket. The following, plaiyers ..will represent tho New State ,v.' Ati'ii'ng.n,' at-JVt£u'hga', on Saturday, 8th aiid 10th. Oars'leiiVe Post Office at 1 p.m.:— Woollett, O.;,J. Evans, Dorahy, McGregor, McClelldnd, Prihgle,' Singleton, . G. Stanley, iOiri'diay, Ryan, Wilkinson, Claude Evans. ' ' Y!;'''. The following team will represent Wfest ramworth y St. Andrew's,, , at Bplnibre Park, on Saturday next: R, . Crossr E. , T. O'Brien, T. Griffith's, E. Sniith, Alf Coii nelly, W. Moffat, M. ChaJtey, ? D. Swain, W. Dowd, P. Brown, Joe Griffiths, E; Mcv 3ee, S. Griffiths. ' , . ??? The following have been s.eleQted'.-io play for the Tamworth SoldierH!' teiimy'o'n the Oval, next Saturday: Hymah'.'Nan kervJs, Donald, Doyle, Payne, Moses. Ro bertson, Rogers, Spark, Bpsch^tt.L ; Lfear thley, Springal'l (12). Any playerjiriabiei to attend please notify tlie 'secretary,; '?' . ARM I DALE. — Armidale '.Banks . atxd Lands , .Oflice cricketers defeated i.the Tamw...