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TAMWORTH CHURCH OF ENGLAND GIRLS' SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

TAMWORTH CHURCH OF ENGLANDI GIRLS' SCHOOL. ; Head Mistress:, Miss Stockfeld, as sisted by three' resident GovernesseSi and visiting teachers in special sub jects.' '?....' ? - Every comfort for b'barders. Girls attending the- High School Way enter as Hostel girls. - The fees have not been raised even with .Increased cost of living, and range from as low as Ten Guineas per quar ts.. . . ? Accommodation for twenty extni boarders. . ?Next Term begins February 7. , 'phairman of;. Committee, Canon Fair-. brother; 'Hon. S§cvotary, W/E. Peard; IIon^(^rjaas.urer,:(;7;sW ''Listpn.' ' ' '

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XI.-(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

CHARMJAN'S LOVERS. — -^ Byv.ANNIE HAYNE8. Author of 'Lady Carew's Secret,' 'Cice- ly. Vibart's Love,' 'Footprints of Fate,' etc, etp. .. .. . ?'„'{ (COPYKIGHT). CHAPTER XI— (Continued). 'lie— the McTaviahs have always been ; kind friends to me. I don't' want to lose their .good opinion. You owe me your silence, Charmian, for tell ing you the truth.' 'Do I? . Perhaps I .do,' Charmian g.ai'd slowly. 'Yes,'— «is he .-was about '-Ho speak again, 'I haven't the courage to defy you and speak .the truth. I pre mise, Major ErrinKton.' Errington drew .a deep sigh ..of .relief. In the silence that followed Charmian still feeling limp and inert, found her self mechanically listening to the music from within, where a world-famed violin ist was playing a famous sonata. When the last, notes had died away there suc ceeded a. silence that at. first was brolteii only by the footsteps, of. :the passers-by in the square .beneath. Then. :in .the dia tance Another sound., mingled 'with the Others. A new...

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WALKED ASHORE. Chinese Crew Before Court. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

WALKED ASHORE. Chinese Crew Before Court. SYDNEY, Friday. The Chinese crow . of the steamer Tancard, who walked ashore,, all ap peared before the : Police. Court ': to-day, charged with being prohibited- immi grants. It was stated that the Captain was liable to a fine of £100 for each of accused. 'A remand was granted till Wednes day next, bail being refused.

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LODGES AND DOCTORS. New Agreement. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

^LODGES AND DOCTORS. aM;V \New Agreement., ''? '?? ?';? .SYDNEY. Friday. ??? A new agreement has been made be tween the' British Medical Association and the. Friendly Societies of Now South Wales, providing that after April 1 next, tho: . proscribed income limits of members of lodges :shall be £200 and £364,. instead of £208 and £312 re spectively as heretofore. The pre scribed minimum rates outside the Syd ney - 'metropolitan area for medical '.at tendance, only; shall be 32/='instead of 2-G/, and for medical., attendance and medicine 44/ instead of 34/. _ Fees for attending the wives of members in their confinement and in cases of pre mature birth or .miscarriage will be in creased by one guinea, making the minimum fee three guineas. Ijodges throughout the State are being notified, of the new terms.

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IRELAND. AMBUSHES IN COUNTY CORK. Police Killed and Wounded. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

IRELAND, AMBUSHES IN COUNTY CORK. ,, Police Killed ami Wounded. (Renter's Telegram.) 'LONDON Thursday. \A patrol of black and tuns and polico was ambushed at Middlotown, County Cork, last night. One constable was killed, three seriously wounded, and two slightly wounded. A police convoy from Cork, coming to the assistance of the patrol, was also ambushed. A sorgeant was seriously wounded.

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MAD LEGISLATION. DOCTOR ON LUNACY ACT. Danger to Liberty. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

MAD LEGISLATION. DOCTOR ON LUNACY ACT. Danger to Liberty. SYDEY. Friday. Dr. G. S. Thompson, of Macquane Street, describes the Lunacy Act as a mad piece of legislation, so mad, lie says, that it is possible for any two doctors to have. a sane person committed to an asylum. In other words, two doctors de ciding to agree could deprive any per son, of his . liberty, put him in a mad .house, and keep him there. 'He' considered that persons declared'in-' sane should have the right cf appeal to a Court of Review, and the further right of nominating bis own doctors. . It would give the victim a cliance to prove his sanity. Dr. Thompson says that a woman whom he believed to bo sane was recent ly removed from a private mental hospi tal to Gladesville. He bad applied vain ly for a permit to see her privately. The doctor concluded that be bad a startling affidavit from a person, which liq was prepared to produce were a pub lic inquiry instituted.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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BANKRUPTCY RETURNS. Laborers Figure Most Frequently. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

BANKRUPTCY flETU»N8i - Laborers Figure Most- Frequently/ ? ? ? :SYD.NfeY/rEriiiav;r: in the statistics of. the . 'BanKruptcy Court it is shown that lab'orCifis-became insolvent during. 1920 .to a much heater extent than any other class of the' com munity. Miners, builders, and .store keepers also figured : prominently ''on the list, ;?? ?.????:?.* ''? , _ There wero -199 '-'dc-Mnr? petit Io»»-^.' by creditors,, and- filr;ht=by iifl-^i making a total' of a1*-!, ??' /-'/Post (

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TASMANIAN MINING. West Coast Outlook Unpromising. LAUNCESTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

TASMANIAN MIN«iiB; S West Coast' Outlook H)npromtsjng, , ;.. L AUNGESTON; ^Priday .u Mr Elton, Deputy .Leader of .;the-'i.(]Li(i- ? bor Opposition 'in the'Tasraariiaj^'Parlla ment, who fids' ju'st treturtie(Jr'/'ffoni ~;a visit to the West- Coast,: -says lihat 'the mining outlook- -Ayas . .most --jinp.rftf^lsjink, und evcrything.pojnted,to an. early:jcrlals.

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Are We on the Eve of World Sanity? [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

Are We on the Eve of World Sanity? . It would be a rare boo.ii for mankind if the first year of the now decade should see definite steps towards, dis-'i armament by the Great Powers. The world- was- never in such sore need; of a 'return to sanity. Armageddon ,has» just been fought, and all the did rais : clnevous Monarchies have been shatter ed. Out of the ashes oi' a devastated Europe, have arisen the beginnings of a, Republican system that may! mean' \ thV-if oundation of permanent peace and happiness for the troubled family of European nations who, after ten cen turies of continual quarrelling ;have brought their domestic economy to ruin. ; ; , It was bound to come. The tempor ary madness which seized America arid Japan, a few months ago lias been re duced to a mere simmering fever which may disappear with careful nursing-. The turn in the condition of the sick v^me'n' was unquestionably induced by the sUock of realisation. The last naval .^.fcudgets of these two Powers astounded...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

- SPECIAL FORECAST. m»ot the Northern Tablelands and NorUi and North-Westem Slopes, bu* pUed to 'Tbe Dally Observer' by the Btate Meteorologist, from the latest B«ureB available each afternoon, At first' fine but cloudy and sultry, ? with east to northerly winds, but be coming unsettled later, with scatter ed rain and thunder. THk NORTHERN DAILY LEADER, ' I SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1921.

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LATE TELEGRAMS. Suspicious Fire. ABUNDANT TRACES OF KEROSENE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

LATE TELEGRAMS. Suspicious Fire. ABUNDANT TRACES OF KEROSENE. SYDNEY. Friday. A fire brcko out at 3 o'clock this morn ing in premises occupied by Weingot and Son, clothing and waterproof manu facturers, Sussex-street. Automatic sprinklers gave the alarm to the firemen, who on arrival burst open the door, and visited the ? third door, \\heiu clothing material ~wvas found to be alight. The flames, 'how- ever, had aheady been extinguished by the sprinkleis, the main damage 'aoing caused by water. The police report states that among the burning material keio&ene was plen ifully stiewn. The police made a thorough examination to ascertain whe ther thieves had been tliere during the night, but no trace oC any intruders could be found. Further investigation is being made.

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Declining Export Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

rSSDeclininff Export Trade. The announcement that our export trade is now duller than ever before ? jiakes serious reading in view of tho fact that our imports show not tho slightest sign of diminishing. It does not' require an expert in economics to point put that the solvency of any.eoun - try rests entirely on its excess of cx : .. tinrfs-nver imnorts. In a country with . a' mvge foreign debt this is more than sjevier the case- since it takes a good ? Seal in the way of a surplus before there is anything left over after paying the interest with which our timeserv ing .politicians have saddled this unfoi-^ »$un&te country. . : Our 'exports at the best of times consist mainly of raw material; that is ? to say, of various commodities in their .most inferior and cheapest form, while bur imports on the other hand consist almost entirely of manufactured goods, which, are often inferior, but nevw .cheap. The old school of Freetrade ^Tpoiiiician held that it was Australia's place...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

FURSITURE SALE. W T CALiLCOTT .t CO nave l ocoiv ed insti net ons to seil by auction, ut (heir. Market, on I TUESDAY, JANUARY II, \ SUPERIOR MAPLE .AND- OTHER ) FURNITURE. ' Full particulars in fu'-uro iswuo, H |l ,„_?__ , ? UNDER NEW MAHAGElilENf. Your Holiday Resort, 'SEA BREEZE'. HOTEL, Kelson's Bay, Port Stephens. Y-.T,htf,Uture Port of tlle New state ucllghwul clim-ato, Invigorating air Comfort absuied. Good fishing and boating. Right on the BhoreB of ; the beach. Excellent -'Culglne. - G. CLARK, Proprietor. Phone. Nelson's Bay 5. THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, BUNDARRA. 1 . ~~ ? I JOHN GUYER, (late or Warialda). | Only the best brands of Spirits Stocked.1 CLEANMKUgS AND COMFORT OUR MOTTO. ?''.- ' . , TARIFF: ' FIRST CLASS .... 10/. per day. SECOND CLASS . . 7/6 per day. JOHN' BUYER; Proprietor. | RALPH LEIGH, SOLICITOR, ATTORNEY, ETC., (Ovei Rnckhnm and Paull s) ..?. PRBL, STREET, TAMITOOJITH. Rents and Debts Collected ' ..:. ? Tel. 275. ? j 1 'til 4^^& ^^ '^ own as '''s' .,. ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

- * p CHEAP LINES CATTLE. 1 -?*' - HANDY TENTERFIELD. ' ', I .50 HEREFORD HEIFERS,. 3 and 4 years, one brand, beautiful quality Here ,nn Ui,™S™',,J!0E™?,lvlnB t0 Hcreford Bulls. About 20 calves. £9. )| , 100 HEBLFORD HEIFERS,^ years, vory weU bred, pure Hereford Bulls join' { _3C0 HEREFORD STEERS, li years, Station bred, one brand,, good condition. i £6/15/. ? 160 HEREFORD and HEREFORD CROSS COWS, 3 and 4 years, good quality ' ; and condition. £8/15/. - ?? QUEENSLAND BORDER. . ? » 100 MIXED WEANERS, 6-15 months, beef breeds,- good condition. £4/10/. ' 90 BLACK POLLED HEIFERS, 1, 2, 3 years, Station bred, one brand, splendid , , quality and condition. £7/5/. 200 BLACK POLLED MIXED WEa. i RS, 8 to 12' months, splendid cond. £5. I GARVIN & COUSENS, LTD, | ' ? TAMWORTH. ? , I CHEAP HOMES. Handy Positions. Reasonable Terms. , . ? . : ? ? ? ' ' - ? ~ 'Situated in elevated position. Corner Block. Handy Railway, P.O., and School - ~,. - Brick Cottage, of ,5 rooms, kitchen, water, el...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

t A l#f» MMM'M YEAR - |i It.'''' . Kl .. .-|a- ? '?:-?-:?? ? ? ?'? ? ?- ???;/?? }1: I TO All OUR CUSTOMERS. / | :|:'':l~r~~' . ?? ;. ,.??,.. ;:&2:;;: \ || We are extremely thankful fo;- a good year's .business, and fully | ^ ? I ?realise that the magnificent volume of trade, which has passed jj ..„__- 1 ?? ? 'jTiiroiigh our doors during the last fwelve: months has been made jj. ' li nossililc only by the continue.! goodwill of the people of Tam'worth ji || and District. . _ ; ' |j I On account of the Holidays the Palace of Trade: Will remain. jj '? $ .... . .-???? -? ???? ? ???'???? '?????: ????:- ? ? ?'?-?; :.i'Vv-:-.:-; ? jj; | closed until. 8.30 a.m. on Tusjday Morning. . ;j .-:, .- jji ?| ^UX, ?-,.,,', :PALACE' OF TRADE,' : '?'? :I..:' [l 'ji! .-;???. ;-? -' ?'?? ? ? - ?? --.r-r:..,,,-:,,.,. --.,.;-. ?» ' % Few tines for the fruit Seasoii Si^ifi^erving Jars, 1 Quart . ;. . . 13/9 per dozen! i Mason's Preserving Jars,, 2 Quarts . . 15/6 per dozen! Jelly Jars, 1 1b. . . . ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

RETURN THANKS. I, the Miijdoibigned, deslie lo tluiu'v I Mi .indRUb T Butle, Mis T Foneilj, J Mi And |.'(iib CuMielly J':s II Pipei, 1 Mi .mil Mis V Uoddei, and Mi G 1 floddei toi then Kind asSiblanco dunns , my wife'b illness,' p'tTo tno doctois loi ' pi om pt 'and efliolent attond.incc THOA^AS L PAUUELL, ' ' * i ' ' Jjlanq;othlii\ ', thanks! ]Sdgu J Baineb «ind Gl.ulyb Bdinob *' tcntloi thcii binceio thanks to .ill klii'l j lucndb for telegiums, letteib' and ' c.ud(*-oIjb)mp.Uliy in tlieu uOent oad I beieavcracnt ... '^'?- £. - ! thanks! i ? -1 i |Mi .mil ^Us H Alford tendoi thoii I sincere: thanks to all kind friends toi J ictteiB and cuds oE^ympaili/ in thelL1 \ lccent snd boicavement — ?— ^-— — i— ^*— »..— m— «i^.

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WHAT PAYMENTS. FINANCING STATE GUARANTEE. Government Conference. Minister's Comments on Tour. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

WHEAT PAYMENTS. ? ♦ ? FINANCING STATE GUARANTEE. /Covemment Conference. Minister's Comments on Tour. SYDNEY, Friday. The JCniBtei foi Agriculture returned to'.Sydntr this morning convinced of two thingsl One ib th it ? the wheat farmers realise Ho difficulties of the Government in finaemg £5 000,000 for the payment ot the lalf ciown a bushel guaranteed b/ the state The other is that the Gov «rnoi' Ceneral Is a thoroughly amiable ti.ivellng companion, and a man who can adipt himself to the simple ways of: oulbadt life The Minisloi said that the' temporary machneiy installed t at the silos at the Rock were ^i\en every satisfaction. 'Aiother, thing,' ho added, 'which impivssed mo is that we did not see ono rabbt m fact, Loid Forster commented onltlD fact tint we saw more snakes than l abbits, though we passed through coum- supposed to bo rabbit-Infested. I alio, saw the Soudan grass, which is the best linpoi lotd drought-resisting hp^hge is now becoming very popular arficng farmeis ' ....

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NATURALISING ALIENS LIBERAL ALTERATIONS. Reciprocity Within the Empire. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

Mturalising aliens 5 '^LIBERAL ALTERATIONS. ; Reciprocity Within the Empire. - ' '?'?'?' ~ SYDNEY. Friday. ;V,Jn'-' the Nationality Act, ???which comes intovforce to-morrow, drastic alterations ?are'niade in the existing system relating to the naturalisation of aliens. -??One of .the most Important amend ments of the existing law is that which does away with anomalies, and makes for reciprocity between the .vartow units of the Empire in the granting cf citizenship. At present an alien is /ntitlod to .bo fiome natUHiU8'n »«-' ,*'' yea.rs 'f* denco in the -Commoitf o.IHi .nbnt the right thus eonWrriJUWJ^'™ extends only to the ConinionvealU- When he is ou side the territorial oo.mdaries of Australia he reverts to Wb original nn 'uSdorthe-new menrfe five years' ro ^n^Tm^-iP^Sffo^ij: jSinUnB o°r SU Citizenship ,„ Australia will now b^cognlsed in En,T ^r^lS'iroa^t^^™/0^ British horn or An!*'™ *orn wlv°s of denaturalised per;}8 Ppne ^n head h' npoearm Fn «Tbe TlmoO' st,d l-ablfi'1 4f) A'sf...

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Domestic Service Problem. HOW ENGLAND COULD SOLVE IT. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

Domestic Service Problem. HOW ENGLAM COULD SOLVE IT. (Rule's Tolosrram) .' I; LONDON. Pridav. In referfincffi.) the dearth ,of..doniestic servants the Disctor of the International Employment Breau of . the Y.M.C.A. says he is receiing 400 applications mon thly 'from Dehiark, France, Switzerland and Holland |, ,. ? ; If the Goveamont would/realise that t.'io English clmestic has disappeared since the f.var activities; turned women's headland relax the restriction.'! upon foieign| ountrles, they would solve the senant ipnblom ' . ;

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Inter-University Race. ENGLAND BEATS AMERICA LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

r Inter-University Race. ENGLAID BEATS AMERICA ! ? - - ? ? (Rntei's Telegram.) LONDON. Friday. 'At.'Ilbehanptbn, in a seven and a halt miles mter^Jnivei sity cross country, raco ,i combined Kl old and Cambridge team beat, Cornell (America), by 26 ? to 29 points Emli side ran . seven- men, but only, fivp cpmted m the race.

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