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INDECENT LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

INDECENT-. LANGUAGE'; For using indecent language' in'1 Pe'fel street, Tamworlh, on Debeinbef':23' laet, John McGee was fined ; 40/, , with 8/ costs, at tho Tamworth Police Court yesterdaiy. . ,. . . :

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

RIFLE SHOOTING. 'ARMIDALE— At the Glen Innes 'rifle meeting on New Year's Day the. Arml-' 'dale team won outright the New England Challenge Cup. This was a fine, ^pjer formance, the scores being, Armidale ?447, Murrurun di .' * -14 6^ Teriterfleld ' '441. There were 11 teams competing.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INCREASED STAMP DUTY. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

INCREASED STAMP DUTY. SYDNEY, Wednesday!' The necessity under the hew Stamp' Duties Act for twopenny duty - stamps on ail cheques presented to' banks, on and after December .3.1 has caused, f- a shortage of penny' duty stamps in' &yd-, ney. ' ' ?:'''' ..

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAWAIIAN SWIMMERS. Kahanamoku not Coming. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

HAWAIIArJ SWIMMERS. Kahahamoku notComing. S'YfDNEY,.'WeunesJda?;: ' Duke Kahanampku, .thet fampug ^Ha waiian swimmer,' is not coining to Aus tralia this 'season. A cable was receiv ed in Sydney to-day stating that he was detained at Honolulu at the last mo ment oyer some, legal business. ..t. . Puakealoha and Ludylanger ,are, liqf ever, on bOitril the Makiira, wnlcnis eit^ pected to arrive in Sydney on Monday next. . . . ? ''^

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

O ^k r^ .^ j l'J ' ' There are two tastes !*,,. i -';',. \ *n tea : the tea-flavor '„ v '' l- -' and tannin. v ' -: '''Vyi''1' ' T^e tea-flavor brings x A 4^ , ' enjoyment, rest, cheer ''V'i V, ' *^at *s w^at you want. , -*.'« ^ wv - ,- Tannin is harsh, bitter ',, j ' and injurious. v ?- / \ ''?*'„--?, . Nobody wants tannin 1 , * „/ / ' , it isn't even good to v ^ taste. ) -\' f»; V ?'/„;? ' / Get BushellsTeaand ?/^''.toj enjoy the real tea-flavor, ' ' ' S^1 , ' and steer clear of tannin. 1 ' 20 K ?? ???-. ???' ? %. m ? 1 icamii 1 ? ^T^— —JJ1BJUUBL ? ? — »-»— — .— ». « - A^ \Vhar lovejy scones rjr ,yQU ma^e Yes, and YOU can make them just as well if you use the . . - - pure cream of tartar product — h,i' v-BaMng.. Powder,.:,;^; fTUj— — IIIMliMillli I Illl I WWII I 1—MlTn III Ji .1 i -i. CHARLES TONG ^r* 'v-\(Late On Lee Long), ?, i^, CHINESE HERBALIST. ? No connection with any other Chinese 'Specialist. ? * *, Undertake^': the treatment of all dls £aJW3s;. JJneumatism, Sciatica, Lum...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

CASUAL COLUMN. Advertisements accompanied by cash for :hl« column are Inserted at the rate of two '!nes for 1/ (minimum two lines, about alx words per line), each succeeding line or -art thereof, 6d. An additional charge ot id la made for booking. PO SITIONS VACANT. ? ' WANTED— Governess, to teach two child ren. 11 and 12 years, Protestant. third week In February; also Lady Help, to as sist in all duties Ai-ply, Mrs. F. C. Mc Donald., 'Rose Hill,' Gurley. ? ] WANTED. — A~Capuble Girl,' for domestic work. Mrs. Britten. Napier Street, Tam worth. ? ? . WANTED. — Smart, young Ladles, for our Drapery and Millinery Department. Bank rupt Store, Tamworth. ? 1VANTBD.-A Hoii.sumtiia.~MrsrR~jr~O'Hal ..loran, The Pines, Carthage Street, Tam wortli. Phone, 110. WANTED.— Station Hand, for Old 'Warrah. Willow Tree, youngr married man prefer red. Full particulars from Farmers and Graziers^, Ltd., Tamworth. WANTED.' — Immediately. experienced Housemaid AVaitress, wages 25/ a week. I Royal Hotel. Bog...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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EUROPE'S LAWLESSNESS. SMUGGLERS IN ARMOURED CARS. Frontier Guards Defied. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

EUROPE'S LAWLESSNESS. SMUGGLERS IN ARMOURED CARS. Frontier Guards Defied. Armoured motor-cars with crews of desperate smugglers armed with auto-, malic pistols rifles, and hand grenades are giving the Customs guards .on the' Franco-Belgian frontier a very danger nn« time. ' ' These cars are laden with tobacco spirits, lace, saccharin, and other high ly dutiable articles which can be ob tained cheaply in Belgian and have a ready sale in the populous regions in the north of France. Reorganised since the war, the cus toms guards have captured some of the high-powered motor-cars with armoured screens to protect driver and crew, but, so fur, they have not arrested .any of the leading members of the smugglers' .gangs. . ' Tlie smugglers work the routes across the frontier with the skill and decision of a military invasion. Scouts on motor cycles with unimpeachable credentials precede the expedition. They see if the way looks comparatively clear, and, if there are no awkward barriers to cr...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. (COPYRIGHT) CHAPTER XIII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. I — ? — ; j By ANNIE HAYNES. Author of 'Lady Carew's Secret,' 'Cice- ly Vlbart's Love,' 'Footprints' of F»«e,' etc, etc. (COPYRIGHT). ' CHAPTER XIII.— (Continued). Rita bent her head over the clasps of I her bag for a moment, then she looked I up defiantly 'Because I am going to share his now life. Because he is the /man I am going to marry.' ' . 'The man you are goftig 1.0 marry?' Charmian 1 epeated ' the words beneath .her breath Then a sudden wave o* I pity for hei rousin came over her. Shi I turned to hrr, she stretched out her hands 'Ah' No! Kita. Not that. Stanley Errlngton is a bad man' Two hot red spots blazed on Rita\s cheeks. '.What if he is?' she cried .passionately. 'Bad or good, he is tin man I love. That is .all that matters.' : CHAPTER XIV. -; Charmain was sitting before the fire in;):er morning room. Her gaze was fix fid en tl?e garlanded frieze that ran round the room. Sho was mechanically trying to count Uie-little cupids who played hide and seek...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

yJJI When you expect to turn ((^ iJI dainty scones, puffy crusty :\f['' 111 pastry, or a glorious iced W\ ? /// cake, and your efforts are , U\ Y? change in your baking \v system. ? X , IRELAND'S BAKING POWDER I because of its Uniform high quality, brought about by careful mixing of pure ingredients, en sures best results. If the cook-book says 'one spoonful'- that is all you heed use if it is Ireland's. , Give it a trial. Kj Next time you want W t dainty desserts try yf\ G? IRELAND'S JELLY CRYSTALS ill TU ' obtainable in 8 flavour*. /// 'raL J. Ireland Ltd. \e£aSB&'i/;/ O ? -Htiiwih ^WS' «I .''?'? . ' ' '' ? ?-' ' '' ' ' Th# Broken Grutch' Strange 'story of a Treent discovery . . : ' ? uhout .-.?:. and an uuusiial Remedy for it which 'linn ciirmi both yonngand old. Sufferers will obtain inforrrmtion, which has proved of priceless valuo nti'l benefit to other.*, by raiulln?- tho storv of 'THE , BROKEN CKU rc.il,' .prnnu-ablo FREE ? from 'I'lio 'Publisiioi's, 'The I! ????Icei...

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Mr. MOATE RETORTS. Manuka Sails for Hobart. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

Mr. MQATE RETORTS. Manuka Sails for Houart. SYDNEY, Wednesday ' Mi Moate, secietaii ot the Stewaids Union, said that All Dillon had stated it must be lemembeied that the offer made Liy the owneis was lejectod by tho mem »eri or the union iMr Jloate adds This statement is in keeping with Mi Dillon's othei remaiks, and 1 challenge him to piove that the offer made bv the ship owneis was lejected eitliei by my mem beis or by my executive. '1 he Unicn Compan- s steanici Manu ca lett Sidney lor Hobait this morning

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VICTORIA'S COAL PROBLEM. Restricted Services. Factories Remain Closed. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

VICTORIA'S COAL PROBLEM. Restricted Services. 'Factories Remain Closed. ' MELBOURNE. Wednesday. Tlie'fahoitage ol coal due to the bte waids' stiike will not atfect the goods tralhc in Victoua at picsent Advantage Is to.be taken by the Railway Commis sioners and Tramway Board to give as many -men as possible their annual leave while the restricted service lasts. The, Tramway Board does not antici pate any' trouble with its employees. It is stated that the men intend to demand full pay instead of short end shifts, but up to the present there is nothing from tho union before the Board. Many of the factories whoch had been closed for the Christmas holidays will not be able to reopen for some time, and unemployment must therefore show a Sreat increase.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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SHIPPING STRIKE. Settlement Prospects Remote. STEWARDS DETERMINED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

SHIPPING STRIKE. Settlement Prospects Remote. STEWARDS DETERMINED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Officials of the Stewards' Union are confident that their, members will not budge till the eight-hours day is grant edV The Trades Hall leaders all antici pate, a long strike. In .some quarters tho opinion was ex pressed that the stewards would rush back to work in a body after the holi days, but the Stewards Union takes quite, a contiaiy view The stewards say that any extra money in tips that might have been offering during tile tourist season in now defi nitely lost, and they might as well stay out now as long as their funds allow,

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WHO CAUSED STOPPAGE? Secretaries at Variance. Mr. Moate's Statement Denied. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

WHO CAUSED STOPPAGE? Secretaries at Variance. Mr. Moate's Statement Denied. RVn.VTT'.V Wrwlnnc/Inv | iMr. Dillon, secretary of tho Common wealth Steamship Owners' Association, says : the stewards have staled repeated ly that the ship owneis piecipilated the stiike by refusing an houi's adournment of - the ; conference which was heid ''?'' on December 1*5, when only one ship, the Ratomahann, was affected Mi lloate, ' the stew aids' secietaiv, stated that he had asked foi ari~houi s adjournment 1o consult the Victonan bianch of the' .inlon That was not collect What he did able, was foi an hour's giace in ol der that tip might lelegiaph his union in Sydnej that a furthei confeience had been gianted', on a specific undei taking being given that theie would be no stop page of woik in the meantime. The pledge was given, but even at the time fixed loi the conteience steameib -yeie idle, aiu] men woie walking oft the -.hips at various ppits Had the stew irds' ~Tepresenlati\ es asked foi tim...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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BAD LABOR OUTLOOK. SOCIETY'S SUGGESTION. Special Session of Parliament. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

BAD LABOR OUTLOOK. . SOCIETY'S SUGGESTION. Special Session of Parliament. . '?'? '??;??'' ' .-'?'.' / SYDNEY; WednesdayiV: :Ih 'view- of the unsatisfactory ? situa- ' tioh ?regarding the outlook for labor in the! State, delegates representing ; -the; United ^Laborers'. Society ;haye;.been in-; striiucted, 'says'Mr.',Doyle,:'tliei secretary, to .bring : the ? subject '.'iip.-for.; djs.cussiph at,the next meeting oththe ?LaborV;Couri-i: c'lfiV-:: / ??; ^k-'S^ ?:'; ^:'^:^{0^l;-^'rh'f^h^ :,TliiB . Cduhcii'w'ilU.bo. asked, to urge !the : Government ito call i'aj'special aession 6f; Parliamerit at an ^earlyldate i--'tb '^ reyiew : social ^questions affectlrig ;the:;\yelfare' of Uie7-w;prkers;;!KV:7.Wi'-::^'-;' ;^!'^'-'-'-.:';- ;.-V- ?'?

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COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY Warm and Sultry Again. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

JOMMONWEAtTH HETE0R0L0GY Warm and Sultry Again. SYDNEY, Wednesday. During the past 24 hours the central values ot-the 'high' have slumped east ward from. Tasmania, and- thus given an inducement- to a slight intensification or steepening of the tropical dips over Queensland. The latter change has not yet been attended with any correspond ing increase in unsettled conditions over that State; indeed it may be quite prob able thifi the 'high' as a whole is pass ipg slowly to the eastward, in which case tlio wind should veer to the north east, find temperatures increase, and so, for a day or two at least, tnnd to dissipate the rainy tendencies. Under the circumstan ces the present indications favor a con traction ot' the rain Troiii the inland to far eastern and north eastern districts, including the coast, where some rurther heavy amounts 'are likely at scattered places. The weather otherwise- should be fine and warmer, arid, becoming sultry again, with east, to north east winds, fresh ...

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MARTIAL LAW EXTENDED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

MARTIAL LAW EXTENDED. ?(United Seivice) LONDON;1 Tuesday. Martial law. .has been extended to the, counties ot AVatcifoid,' Wexfoid, Kil kenny, and Claie ? i

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BETTING TRANSACTIONS. NEW ACT IN FORCE. Huge Investments. Remarkable Figures for Year. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

BETTING TRANSACTIONS. -NEW ACT IN FORCE. Huge. Investments. Remarkable Figures for Year. * SYDNEY. Wednesday The new law compelling bookmakers in New South Wales to furnish a statu tory declaiation1 'of the number o£ their booked hets so that thev may be taxed in a similar wav to ticket bets, came into operation on' January- 1. Officials of the Tieasury to-day said that the amount* of, netting that gooq on m a year in»Svdney is enoimous. Foi the 12 months up to June JO last the stamp offlco issued 15,138,101 tickett, each boaiing either a 2d or Id duty stamp These weie for npokmakeis who operato on tW rnurio onlv, and the le venue received bv Jim -Government for stamp dutv was C87.5001' Pookmakcis aie not compelled, even under the new l.iw. 'tp furnish detail's of the amount of'their tianspctions but (he opinion of ic'foonsible offieeis nf the Tieasuiy the amount that was paid, ovei tn boolcnnkeis Uiioiicl'OHt New South Wales during, the last financial vear eon; ?siderably excoPded ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALBURY EXPRESS CANCELLED. Races Abandoned. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

ALBURY EXPRESS CANCELLED. , Races Abandoned. -.' MELBOURNE. Wednesday. ; A special meeting of the Victorian branch of the Stewards' Union has been called for to-morrow to -hear reports in i-egard to the negotiations that, have taken place. - ' ; ,:, Owing to the restrictions 'due' to the shortage or coal, starting: : ?: toj-morrow, passengers who have bo6ked':'seatsv will be the only ones pormtited 'to': travel by the 5 p.m. express Trpin ^Melbpurhe ftp Sydney. Passengers who,' haver not '? re served seats will' -travel; by;;the - 4; piiiif train, the 5.30 express 'tovAlbupy'ibeln'g aancelled. '. -. ?!'?;' ;.i';:}-i;'v-!' ^v-.^v^V'-i:'®^?^!- Aspendale 'races' which; were 'to haye been held, on Saturday, :'-hay«j\ b'een aban doned, anil the iPitzroy : Club^.'Svlio'se course is close to the 'pity' has seized t.he opportunity to- hold a nVeetihgi.' ?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Pilfering in Transit. COMPLAINTS BY LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Pilfering in Transit. COMPLAINTS BY LONDON CHAM BER OF COMMERCE. (Router's Telesrram), LONDON. Tues'day Tho Ijondon Chamber ot Coinnieice is most disappointed at leceiving a meic toim.il acknowledgement ol their ^,in que-t to the Home Society to lecoiVe a deputation leg.udmg pilfering in tian bit, which continues most al.umingly The committee intends.- to jiaise tho matloi in the Commons ' i. - It is stated that Lloyds' passed claims for losses totalling half a million last -e-u Alembois, ot a leading shinning line said must lemaikblc statistics had been leceived fiom Austuilia and New Zealand showing that the lates of p'l teiage shoilage- theie amounted to 35/10 per 'Ion of goods handled, compiued with a pre wai average of a pennj' halt peiiny; - '

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GIVING UP COASTAL TRADE. Companies' Alleged Action. Deep Sea Runs with Colored Crews. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

GIVING UP COASTAC TR'ADE; Companies' Alleged Action. ; Deep Sea Runs with Colored Crews. SYDNEY, Wednesday;' An astonishing statement was' made by a .prominent shipping man to:day re garding the decline, 'of Australian ship piiig. ,.O\y ing r to strikes aid vsiinilardis-, locations ' the's'ebastai. . trade ! is ? ; so lin certaiiiVtliat ithb : Atistrajian companies; are putting their ;shlj)S', to J deep; son runs with- colored'- crews;;.--/;:.::..v-x;.Vvv;':.y; ',:;-'.?, ? :.;: ; . Tho '',unloh*;rejdindon.'tq ^ thiii; is' thatviho';: Government ' %yIU';be': to rcodv to ::iriaihtain : tlie::coaBtalvJBeryices;ifi:])r^vateJfirinB^rb:; fuse. The -'unions; say tlie vGoyerrinibnt I Is' already granting all ;tho; conditions . naked.-'- ' '?'?:? ?/???,:??' v'.-'-' ''; ?'? .;???'.'? . ? (

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