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WALCHA NEW STATE ACTIVITY. League Formed at Nowendoc. WALCHA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
WALCHA NEW STATE ACTIVITY. League Formed at Nowendoc. ?,'.'?; '' ?? rWALGHA, . Thursdav; r, ? . Delegates from the Walcha Branch. of the Northern New State League took a trip to Nowendoc on Sunday last for' the purpose of establishing a branoh league at that centre. Messrs. J.N.:iB;. Watts, D. Fowler, and P. Langley were the speakers, and opened proceedings , to a fair era tlierine. The excessive hAnt kept many indoors. (The^heat record stood at 100 for a week 'and that oil New England is a scorcher). .Tie Band was in attendance on their way to play at the races on Monday. . ? : jMi: Watts gave the history of the movement, and Mr. Fowler spoke on, finance and decentralisation. Mr. Langr ley pointed out the present educational difficulties. The Band played a number of selections and the party were enters tained. at afternoon tea by the good ladies of Nowendoc and fully appreciat ed the kindly act. In the afternoon the Band gave a special programme, to the; Laind of No wendoe, Mr. T. ...
NEW STATE COLUMN. The Movement from Day to Day THE NEW STATE. The Coming Convention. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
NEW STATE COLUMN. The Movement from Day to Day '/ THE NEW STATE; ? ? The Coming Convention. G. A. Codrington, Delungra, writes: — The Executive of the New State League has' decided that the coming Convention shall occupy 'three days only. '-Yet the Inyerell Branch has sub mitted sundry matters for discussion which- will take a good deal of. time. and debate to satisfactorily, .decide. If other Branches send in similar debatable re solutions the three days will soon be consumed, and. nothing definite will be done. This gives rise to the sugges tion that the Executive should publish a proposed agenda paper, and at the same time invite correspondents to ex presa ''their views in the various North ern newspapers, as to what matters should be dealt with at the Convention. If mattters like those proposed by in' veroll are to be admitted for discussion, very many others of equal iriiDortan.ce must not be excluded and the three davs of the Convention will soon be' consumed. Ae we going to d...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
CRICKET. The following players will represent the Tamworth Standards first grade v Soldiers, at Oval No J, on Saturday 8th and 15th (competition), play to com mence at Z p.m. sharp. -Players unavail able for two Saturdays please notify the secretaiv : Patterson, Road, Fisher, Keys, Steele, Nankervis, Thompson, ,Moxon, Taylor, Moore. The following players have been cho sen to represent the Prince of Wales' Cricket. Club in a match against Kpotin gal, on the. former's wicket, on Saturday next. January 8, play to start at-2 o'clock sharp: G. Orman, A. Smiles', J. Scott, M. Ileffornan, K Moxon, J'. Carmichael, J. Davidson. D. Price, Coluiore 'Williams, G. Rowllson, G. Davidson, H. Wilkins.-, , The following team will represent S^ldiPih' second ,. gra'de against ''the Banks, oh the Ov:il'Na 2' wicket, on' Sutuidaj noxt. 'PJaiy to cominence 'at1 2 o'clock :-r-Grayst oh, Smiles, Lambert, Wiggan, Duffell, Belcher, Marsh, Calla ghan,. Clarke, Church, Northinore, May bury. Any player not able...
LATE TELEGRAMS. Lads Charged. SEVERAL ALLEGED ROBBERIES. Remands Granted. SYDNEY Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
IATF TFIFfiRAMS .... ? , . i . . x Lads Charged. SEVERAL ALLEGED ROBBERIES.1 Remands Granted. ? RVnMTTV T.liiirwinv At. Paddingfon Police Court, Harold Dent, aged 17, Mervyn Coleman 18, and Stanley Ramsay were charged with hav ing broken and entered the Woollahra Branch of the Australian Bank of Com merce on -December 17 and stolen 21/, On another count the three accused to gether with Thomas Ryant aged 16, were charged with having broken and I entered the .Onvprnnipnt Snvitin-e -Rnnlr at Woollahra and stolen 35/. j A remand was granted in each case. The youths mentioned, together with Cecil Bro'derick, aged 17. and Henry Reach were committed for tria.1 on a charge of breaking and entering the shop or Jack Limberg at Woollahra, and stolen 6/. . ; The accused were also charged with, attempting to break and enter the shop of Robert Kelly, at Waverley. \ They were remanded on several other charges of breaking, entering and steal ing.
TAMWORTH JOCKEY CLUB. NOMINATIONS FOR BIG SUMMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
TAMWORTH JOCKEY CLUB. NOMINATIONS FOR BIG SUMMER MEETING. Following are the entries received for the Summer meeting of the Tam worth Jockey Club to be held on Tues day and Wednesday, January 18 and 19;— ' ' -, .: OPENING HANDICAP, G furlongs: Lonk, Fight Ever, Bernard ? Jackson; Kreneh Coloi-s, Swanhursit, Ronalyn; Linmaid Myamley, Ready Aye Ready, Htisian Plume, Little Lass,. Ayrinagh, .vnnious, Frame is.. Jack Findlay, Alfort, Pteromys, Lily Rose, Capital, Anchillo. FJ.KST WELTER HANDICAP, 7' fur longs: Goldfr;un, Tantworthy, Lonk,' .Maltcree, Sumach The Mousky, Kehtcn, Ti lllamah, Swanhurst, Ruby .Queen, Myamlcy, Mulraz, Warringan, Wondile, .Martron, KRchen Singer, Mimous, Sure ThillK. Kinchilk. Tllfnliinrln Wnpml Heia, A vrdown, Bernard Jackson. ATTUNGA HANDICAP, G furlongs: Pickpocket, Mulraz, Bibreen, Samhvyne, Lizihi Outlet, -Marriage Lines, Streat am, The Mousky, Swe^et F.A., Powsat in, Rovigno Lass, John Shell, Flush of Dawn VolaTina Valpre King's Court, Baverchiel. MAIDEN ...
NORTH SYDNEY TRAGEDY. Warrant Issued. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
NORTH SYDNEY TRAGEDY. Warrant Issued. SYlDNEY, Thursday. The Chief of the Detectives Branch stated this 'afternoon that the police had issued a warrant for the' apprehen- sion of Wilfred Ernest 'C'oley on a charge of having murdered Gertrude MeGrath. at a house in WalkeY-street, North Sydney, on December 24. ? ' The police say that Coley is a native, of Sussex, England, and was for a long time domiciled in New Zealand, and served in the war. Before ? enlisting Soley was a warder at the Waikeria Prison Farm, New Zealand.
LATE SPORT. Warwick Farm Races. ACCEPTANCES FOR SATURDAY. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
LATE SPORT. ? ?» Warwick Farm-Races. ACCEPTANCES FOR SATURDAY. SYDNEY, Thursday. The .Warwick Farm acceptances foi Satmday aie — MAIDEN HANDICAP. Six furlongs. (Fipst. Division.) ^ (Weights to be laised lib) LAIIINCn^- ''....-. . 8 33 EAIl'L LIDDELL .'. .. ..?.'..?8,10. DL TOVAR ? S ~C WINDOO ..».. .. -. . .. 8 4 I-iII-G \RD ? S 4 PTEROPOD ? 8 4 . BOORAL1E ? 8 2 BRIGHTACRD ? 8 2 ADMIRAL ADVANCE .... 8 2 EDNA KENILWORTH ... 8 0 TARIFA ? 8 0 POPPODOR ? '7 8 GUNMAKER ? v 7 7 KANAMATSU .....'. . . 7 6 GLENLOWRIE ? 7 4 ORIENTAL ? 7 0 SECOND DIVISION. (Weights to be raised .31b ) SHAHSADA ? 8 11 MARSH'S SON ? 8 7 HINDU KUSCH ? 8 6 CONSTANTINB ? .' 8 ' 4 BLACK WALLACE ? 8 4 ROBIN ADAIR ? 8 3 BIMBIL ? 8 2 LARCH ? 8 2 LIN*K SHOT ? 8 2 LADY WELLINGTON .... 8 2 PEJNSIVE ? 8 0,-. GOING UP . ..'.... 7 12 FIELDMONT ? ,.77 RACKAROCK . . . . '. . . . 7 G HOWITZER . ....... 7 4 GENGHIS KHAN ? 7 4 LIVERPOOL MILE. ^ MOUNT FRISCO . : .'. . . 8 ^2 R.UALMA ? '...'. 8 0 NAUTOH GIRL .... 8 0\ GOLDEN MOIJLY...
"WE ARE FED UP!" WITH THE ONE BIG CITY BUSINESS. Northern Agitation. "BULLETIN" READERS ENLGISH-TENED. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
'WE ARE FED UPf -r= — ♦ WITH THE ONE BIG CITY BUSINESS. Northern Agitation. 'BULLETIN' READERS ENLIGH- j TENED. Sydney 'Bulletin' gives prominence to the Northern New State story, as told by Mr. 'Viet or. C. Thompson, honor- j dry secretary of the movement: — J In tho New South Wales Assembly | recently the handful of Northern mem bers whohave lakon up the New State movement, secured the support of 3 8 | members, including two -Lar3orites, for a I Select Committee to inquire Into Hie i claim of the North for separation. Twenty-eight members, mostly Uibor it.es, voted the proposal down. It la a significant incident, and the city dailies significantly ignored it. But the North- | erners arc not deterred. They are ' ioing ahead with, their movement,! vhich is ;iot a politician's intrigue but ? genuine popular agitation, with a press I league composed of the principal North- j orn newspapers and public leagues re-- yresentative of the districts spread over a wide area which have dropped...
TRADE WITH RUSSIA. Decision of British Government. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
TRADE WITH RUSSIA, Decision of 'British Government. -^ (Router's' Telegram.) LONDON, Wednesday. The Cabinet has approved of a sche me for the resumption or trade witli Rus sia. A trading corporation' will be formed with an established capital - ftf. £10,000. 000. subscribed equally by Russia and Britain. This corooration will bo a mon onolv. in Russia, but nil firms will he eligible in England, where they will 0-uy from prwi anil in the manufacturers' at competitive prices. M. Krnosln has p-nirovr-(i .tt,,] is. leav- ing for Moscow. The Soviet's approval is uncertain. / ' . ?
ARMIDALE AT ITS BEST. Blowfly and Rabbits Increase. Stock Inspector's Report. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
ARMIDALE AT ITS BEST. Blowfly and Rabbits Increase. Stock Inspector's Report. ARIMIDAILE. Thursday. ?Stock Inspector Fielder, reporting on the Armidale P.P. district says: Useful rains have fallen in the southeast ol the district, and feed has improved. Klsewhere there is abundance of feed for stock, and the water supply is am ple.- Stock are in store to fau condi tion. ... The blow-fly has Been grejuiy in evi dence during shearing operations, and is also causing trouble among this sea I son's lambs. Rabbits are increasing to_ an alarm ing extent, and every known means of ? destroying them should be systematic ally employed. Generally . the district is 'now at its 'beat with' abundance of fnai} . ' ? '
STOCK AND CROPS. In North and North-West. LONDON WHEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
sroix And crops. te; North and North-West. ?sfc LONDON WHEAT MARKET. Lindlay Walker Co-operative Wheat Co., Ltd., report January 5: — Our cable, to-day reads: — Wheat .prices United Kingdom fur ' t.her two shillings per quarter, outlook for supplies maintained, but Argentine not selling because they wish to make buyers pay more export duty-.' - In another cable we are advised that Australian wheat freights have declined very considerably so that the fall of 2/ per quarter, which would be 3d per bush el is counteracted by a decline' in frei ghts of between 30/ and £2 per ton, which represents between 9d and 1/ per bushel in favor of wheat growers. If Argentine refuses to sell it seems as though there will he an extra demand placed on Australian wheat, both from the United Kingdom and Continent and this should be most noticeable tiptween February and June, especially it Indian wheat prospects continue, favorable.
FLOUR FOR THE EAST. U.S.A. CUTS OUT AUSTRALIA. Cheaper Landed Costs. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
* FLOUR FOR THE EAST. U.S.A. CUTS OUT AUSTRALIA. Cheaper Landed Costs. : '- SYDNEY. Thursday. Australian merchants at present are being badly beaten by America in the competition for the -flour trade with' the East. ? For many years Australia had a firm grip on the flour trade, but when the Wheat Board iixed the price for this1 season's wheat, Australian firms found they could not operate against America, which quoted £'10 a ton less for de livery at Manila. The Hongkong position has become serious for each of the steamship, lines which trades between Australia and the East, because Hour has always been a !Mg item amongst the cargo. Eleven steamers have been kept on the service, 'though for two months or more- they have been carrying only bunkor coal as ballast. Now that the price asked for Australian Hour gives to America an open market, it remains to be seen whether Bhippers will' make any further attempt to do business with (lour in the East.' ? . . ? . , ...... The view held amo...
TO INTERVIEW FARMERS. Visit of Board of Trade Commissioners Information Sought. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
TO INTERVIEW FARMERS. Visit of Board of Trade Commissioners Information Sought. Messrs. - C'.' J. McRae and T. C. Ar thur, Commissioners of the Board of Trade, arrived in Tamworth yesterday; morning to'~toH6'w an itinerary as tin der:— Tamworth district: Thursday, Friday,; Saturday. Attunga: ilondayj.. . ?;'- '?'-':':? Manilla: Tuesday, Wednesday. ?'?'? V Gunnedah: Thursday, Friday. , ;? ? .-. The application of a basic wage for employees engaged in rural occupation is now under consideration by ;;the Hoard of- Trade, and under section SO, as amended by Act 19 of 1920, the Board is authorised to appoint any one or more of its members to conduct in quiries into specified matters.' The visit of Messrs. McRae and Arthur is confined for the moment to matters in connection with wheat production. As far as possible the Commissioners Till call on representative farmers. 'While in Tamworth they may bo inter viewed, at the Caledonian Hotel each evening. ? To procure facts from farmers who ke...
PARISH OF WEST TAMWORTH. Sunday, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
PARISH OF 7WEST' TAMWORTH.' SumUv,,Jauuaty 9 St Paul's— IL am, Mr H Bne3e, 7 30 p m , the Vicai Goonoo Goonoo — 11 am, HO, the Vicai Dim— 3 p in , H C , the Vicar Gcvwie— 3 pm.iMi H Webb ' We-.tdale— 7 30 pm, Mi II Biiese. I
CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF TAMWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OP TAMWORTH. Daily servicps, morning at 8 41, evening 7 30 Sunday, January' 9. St John's — 8 a m and 11 am., Holy Communion, 7 30 p m , Evensong, Canon Faubiothei Attunga— 'U a m , - IIol} Communion, Rev P J Beeman Gr '?thowen— -3 pm , Rev F J Beeman Xemin^ha — 3 pm, Evensong and Bap tism,: Canon ; Fair-brother.