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

\ CHEAP LINES SHEEP. ? . v- «RTH. - \x j£and 8-tooth, big frames, good condition, shorn Oct. 21/ 'IS s4&- sliorn' October, some faulty, good lino breeders. About 'jF ^.o'Lambs given in. 29/. ? ' / x-CWALCHA. -^flERS, f.m., good mouths, shorn end November. 23/. sfT TAMWORTH. [#IW«(nS«gpw1j$r''' '^f ''^s&rvasr -**?*? ^tvv WETHERS, -f.m., big frames, shorn October, . fat and forward .Ton un /*\ quickly. ? 24/. .'COO WETHERS, f.m., one mark, big frames, forward condition,, shorn Octo ber. 22/6. i GARV1N AND COUSENS, LTD., TAMWORTH. A BARGAIN FOR CASH. | , . Nice Home. Elevated Position. ? - '~ 'L. * ?'''?' ! SITUATED in nice elevated position, Corner Block! containing 3 acre Biick 1 , Cottage of four large rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, Laundry, Back and ' Front Verandahs,. Water. Electric light. Nice Garden, . -Largo Shed, Cow Bail i Well-fenced. . . PRICE: £750 Cash. (For Quick 'Sale. APPLY:— ; MAHONY AND CO., Property Salesmen, Tamworth. 'PHONE 161. MOREE DISTRICT. 1500 MERI...

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

/ ? : miimm ? .._..«i ; ? -?'. We Wish Our Many Friends and Customers a Happy f I and Prosperous 1 »n. hi ' i ii ? M,,mmnitmmmm mmm ?- * '' t '' Our New Year Special. ; ' ' , W Best EngBsh Toilet Sets from Burgess and Leigh, from 67/6 to 85/. e ?\ . ?'???';'?' ,. .?'??^????'?'::::,- ; ? ' ' i^St^^^:'-1|::..WBERE' BIZ BUZZES. :;/. -.? !^^i f' %^(j|W^'^ TAMWORTH London BENDEMEER ALL HEJGHT CLUB. RACE MEETING ON 26th JANUARY . GOOD PRIZE MONEY. Full particulars aid programme, at a later date. ! ? A OSBORNE, ? Hon. Sec. ., :. . ? B.A.H. Club, i Making of Bedsteads. THE I. JOSEPH'S PROPRIETARY LIMITED, Manufacturers of Bedsteads and Spring Mattresses, Have secured, through the agency of ?Messrs. Sussman and SouthonJ premises at the' corner of LangSord and Porcher .Streets, Newcastle, and will commence business during the second - week in j January. j The Company has large factories in I Sydney and Melbourne. It expects to begin in Newcastle with a staff of 20 employees, which will be suf...

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BRITISH EMIGRATION. Overseas Settlement Committee's Work LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

BRITISH EMIGRATION. Overseas Settlement Committee's Work fUnited Service).' ?LOQNDON. Tuesday Commenting on the oppoitunities of the Dmpiie emigiation, tho ' West minislei G-azetle' dwells' on the woik of the Overseas Settlement Committee, which aims at seeming a moie equit able distiibution of man power in the ISmpMre, thus assisting the matei lalisa- tion of the Imperial and Dominions Governments' wishes to p eseiye the le souices^of tho Empne for' Biitisheis Twelve thousand passages ot ' ap pioved emigiants have alieady been is sued, making the total hitherto 22 000, of which 7842'aio going to Canada, 0075 to Australia, 3650 to New Zealand, 1540 To South Af ica, 142 to British East Africa, and 24G to Rho'desia.

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NAVAL COMPETITION. War Would Destroy Civilisation. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

NAVAL COMPETITION. War Would Destroy Civilisation. (-United Service) LONDON .Tuesday. Speaking at Glasgow on naval compe tition, Viscount G-rey said he was con vinced that if anolhoi -\\.ii occulted 20 yeais hence the ciuli'-ation of Euiope would .be absolutely obliterated. It was necessary to keep some coun cil of nations together, to check any tendency .towards the growth of ?compe- tition in armaments. England should maintain -? the closest possible relations with her late allies, especially with France 'and Italy.

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DISASTROUS WRECK. Many Lives Lost. LONDON Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

DISASTROUS WRECK. Many Lives Lost. (Reuter's TeleKram), LONDON Wednesday; Reutei's Madnd concspondent sajs tho Spaii'sh steamer St Isabel is a total loss on tho coast at Villagaicia near the island of Salvois She was coming :-om the Caniuies with 200 passengers and. ciew t ? { Tho coisUl boats seaiched foi suivi vois. Foi,ty;five t siuvivo's landed, t in- 1 ;ludnig'vtlie-'^Capfain:J' who -'is ^uncon-1 3cious ^ , ~ ? I It is officially stated that theio weie 200 pasiiMigers'aboaid, who' intended, to tiauship at Cadi/ fa Buenos Ayies ' (United Seivice) ~ ' LONDON, Wednesday. When tho Santa Isabella stiuck she heeled, ovei, and lay Ibioadside on,- the i\aves washing many passengeis away Thiee boats were launched, but -were dashed on the locks, and all peiibhed. ! V chaplain w.is on' the foiwaul part ,ol tho ship, \.lnch bioke away, and giadu ally sank While it was .sinking he climbed the mast, and addtessed the suivi\ors, commending then souls to Piovldence till engulphed Among Uie pas...

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HOUSING IN GLASGOW. Shortage Goes From Bad to Worse. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

HOUSING IN GLASGOW. Shortage Goes From Bad to Worse. (Router's Telegram), LOVDON, Monday It was stated at the conference of the Scottish Labor Housing Association m Glasgow that 13 000 hcuses in Glasgow ' tenanted1 by -17.000' people, are declared until foi habitation Thoie was a shoitage of 57 000 houses 'n Glasgow, whose Coipoiation com pleted only Ct new houses last yeai.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING DEPRESSION. Scandinavian Vessels Laid Up. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

SHIPPING DEPRESSION. Scandinavian. Vessels Laid Up. (Reuler's Telegram). LONDON, Tuesday. In view-of the grave depression in the shipping trade Scandinavian owne.'s are reported: to have decided to indefinitely lay up ships representing 400,000 tons, now lying at ;Tyneside. A contract- for new ships has been cancelled at heavy sacrifices. . iScandinavians attribute the' , depres sion largely to -'American- competition in carrying coal from the United SUit.es to Scandinavia.

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TEACHERS' CONFERENCE EDUCATION OF GIRLS. Mixed Schools. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

TEACHERS' CONFERENCE . EDUCATION OF GIRLS. ; ' ? ? i Mixed Schools. SYDNEY, Wednesday. ?Mrs. Taylor, addressing .tho confer ence of '.Inter-State school teachers, said she did not approve of co-education of boys and girls, although sho be lieved in their frequent niee'ting by means of social events. She felt that a girl who was educated In a boys' school . was'-'deprived of a great deal. -In a girls1' school a girl received training in inde pendence of spirit and thought that she would not .receive in a school where boys and girls .were taught together. The1 benefit always seemed to go to tho', boy. SThe' speaker referred 'to 'the slu/ness of-, boys, ..'whereupon a delegate remark ed: 'I. don't think there's much shyness about the average' sliool boy.' ?

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NORTH QUEENSLAND FOOD FAMINE. Relief Steamer Requested. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

NORTH QUEENSLAND FOOD' FAMINE. . Relief Steamer Requested. ? , BRISBANE, Wednesday. As a consequence of tho shipping hold up in North Queensland supplies of food stuffs are running short. Cairns particu larly is suffering. A petition has been sent to Mr. Hughes to send a Commonwealth steamer to ro liovo the situation.

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THE LATEST The Internationale. STEP TO RECONSTRUCTION. British Laborites' Letter. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

THE LATEST The^Internationale. STEP TO RECONSTRUCTION. British Laborites' Letter. (Renter's Telegram.) LONDON, Wednesday. 1 The subcommittee for the reconstruc- E tion of the Internationale, appointed by! [ the Biltish Labor Party in 'compliance with tlio request of the Geneva Congress' in July, 1920, has addressed a leter in the Socialist and Communist parties of the world, signed by Messrs. A. Hender son, J. A. Thomas, and Gosling. The letter vigorously defends the Second Internationale. It. expresses fear that a disunited Internationale will involve tho loss of the great oppor tunities now available, and appeals to ah paities to discountenance the ex clusion ot sections, and asks the parties to communicate their views. The letter concludes: We shall con. duct, some preliminary consultations, and then consider hpw we can best ful fil file responsibilities imposed upon us by the Geneva Conference.

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WAR SERVICE HOMES. STATEMENT BY TREASURER. Shortage of Funds. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

WAR SERVICE HOMES. STATEMENT BY TREASURER. Shortage of Funds. SYDNEY. Wednesdav. Sir Joseph Cook stated this afternoon when asked if he had noticed the criti cism, of the altered policy of the War Service Homes. Department in declining to make advances for the purchase ol existing houses1 for soldiers, that the Government could not afford to permit anything in the shape of repudiation either morally, legally, or technically. He added: '1 have given a good deal of anxious thought to the subject since coming to Sydney, and- 1 am aware that cases of hardship are cropping up,; par ticularly ia those cases where soldiers have paid a deposit upon, homes.' The whole matter is now receiving the eainest consideration of the Minis ter for Repatriation, and the Commis sionei in Melbourne, and I am hopeful t.hat the decision reached will be satis factory to all concerned. So far as the Treasury side of the problem is con cerned, all the money voted by Parlia ment, will be spent, th.'s year, and...

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THE WEATHER. FALLS OF RAIN IN NORTH. WEST MAITLAND, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

THE WEATHER. FALLS OF RAIN IN NORTH. WEST MAITLAND, Wednesday Showery weather continued last night, nnd to-day good rain is falling in many places '1 lie i.nntall up to 9 a.m. today was: West: Mnitlnnd 67 points, Branxton SO, Paterson 1GC. Clarence. Town 135. Dungog 253,- Gloucester 50, Porster 50, Stroud 150, and Raymond Terrace 150. SINGLETON, Wednesday. The weather was unsettled and show ery this morning. About five tills after noon heavy rain set in. with every ap pearance of a wot night- Some heavy distiict falls weie recorded yesterday, Carrowbrook receiving 424 .points; Glen donbrook 270, aud Westbrook 2G9.

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SYDNEY'S INQUESTS. LARGE INCREASE IN 1920. Fourteen Murders. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

SYDNEY'S INQUESTS. LARGE INCREASE IN 1920. Fourteen Murders. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Tho City Coi oner held 537 'inquests last jear, compaied with 492 the pre' Wous yeai^/ ^ ^ .. ^ rfi_ . Cases in whicliirilemperance divecuy or indueclH contributed to the cauws at death ^\eie 01 and 9G respectively. There vcie 14 murders, 115 deaths caused by geneial accidents, 57 by pois oning, SI. by diowning, 3(i by shooting, snd 2i by tiamway and 44 by motor ac cidents' __^^____^_^___

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"AUSTRALIA SUBDIVIDED." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

'AUSTRALIA SUBDIVIDED.' Some of the Parliamentarians who are interested in the New State move- ment, namely, Dr. E. Page, M.H.R., and Messrs. Drummond, Perdriau and Brux- ner, M's.L.A., are responsible for the production of 'Australia Subdivided.' The centralisation policy of a series of State Governments, which has been responsible for accumulating half the population of Australia into a few capi- tal cities is trenchantly criticised, and an unnatural railway system is blamed for a large share of the stagnation which exists in connection with rural industries and development. It is shown that all the conveniences of civilisation, which are provided by the united re-     sources of the State, are grouped round the capital cities.   The remedy indicated is subdivision   of the present States into smaller areas, a simplified or provincial form of Go- vernment such as that of Canada, with local control of local resources and de- velop...

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TAMWORTH BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 6 January 1921

TAMWORTH BOWLING CLUB. After a succession of unavoidable de- lays the Tamworth Bowling Club open- ed one of its six rinks for play on New Year's Day. No. 2 rink was available   on Monday last. On both days quite a- number of members turned up to play for the first time, and were instructed by Dr. MacTaggart, Inspector Whitfield, and Mr. A. E. Francis. Several of the newly initiated made excellent progress, and some of the heads were realy up to competitive standard. The rinks played very heavily during the morn- ing, but in the afternoon, after they were rolled again, they became fast with a keen draw. Members and intending members are requested to be on the green next Saturday afternoon at about 2.30. Mr. Theo Flynn is now busy with the installation of the electric light, and states he expects to have the light in- stalled for night play by Saturday,   January 15.             &am...

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PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

PRODUCE MARKETS. ,', The, holidays have seriously inteiferod KWfc.tV.P-.Iipina-street pioduce maikets andisthere' have been onl\ a couple oi selling, days since our last ie\iew Not -?1???.';1.11.18; but th0' : normal coiuse oi bu\ mg operations has been, as it -weie put out. of gunr, and prices quoted .no 'only' nominal. Lucerne chaff has Kept up well, and the best lines offeied haM. commanded up to 8/9 Othel foddei lines have ranged from 6/ to 8/b foi mixed and wheaten chafi and to 10/6 for imported oaten chaff Lucerne hav has found buyers at 4/ to 6/6 but theie mis not been much demand foi anything but prime hay. Potatoes of pnme qua lity are sought after and values tan e ranged from 6/ to 8/7 foi good sample and from 3/6 to 5/6 fo. low g'ad m, Mule 'has been quiet but stead v- at 5/C to 5/8 Onloiw of local pioduction hive been fairly plentiful, but the nnitet 1 ir ?r?/fiQrnpr- TV'' onions commnrnHnfi lnn/v PunV'klns brlnS ''ound 5/ for good lines. Wheat, realises -7/6 to 7/U it i...

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TAMWORTH NEWS. VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

TAMWORTH NEWS. ? ., ^- ? VITAL STATISTICS. Tamworth vital statistics for the quarter ending December 31 are as fol lows: Births 100, marriages 29, deaths 24. I

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JUTE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

'?'JUTE MARKET. I'Cornsacks. 12/ pe,r do/en, bian bags 10/.;:;wodlpacks 4/9.! '

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PERFECT PORTRAITURE. Moderate Prices. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

;.:?'. PERFECT PORTRAITURE. Moderate Prices. ' Although Eden portraits are so excel lent — being artistic, natural and -pe'rih anent— they really are quite inevpen siye. Call and examine the counties? beautiful examples of work executed at The Eden Studios, 727 George street near Central Station, Sydne\ ?

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

PERSONAL. . Mrs. S. Jones, of Marius-street, Tam worth. mother of Mr. G. E. Jones, late of Bundarra, and now of Mortdale, is at present an inmate of the Tamworth District Hospital, suffering from a broken thigh. The okl lady was stand ing outside the cottage, when she was seized with giddiness and fell. Dr. Buckley was soon in attendance, and. advised her removal to the hospital, where everything possible is being .done for. her. As she is now 87 years of age, the case is a critical one. .It is only a few months since she survived an. at tack of pneumonia. ' . ; . ...

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