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ESTATES FOR PROBATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
ESTATES FOR PROBATE. The estate of the lato Edward Daniel Ryan, of Sydney; hotelkeeper, hasvbeon valued for piobale at £34,757. The estate of the late Hugh Hamilton' Mitchell Merry wet her, of Sydney,. 'bit. rister-at-law, has' been valued at £33,790 all represented in personality. The estate of the late Francis Haven: band, of Bathuist, i clued hotelkeepei, was valued jit .02-1,767
A.L.P. AND LORD MAYOR. Sir T. Henley Disapproves of Methods. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
A.L.P AND LORD MAYOR. — __. I Sir T. Henley Disapproves of Methods.' SYDNEY. Thursday. S'i Thomas Henley ,does not approve of the principle on which tl'ie ALP wlected the Loid l^ajoi Jlis indignation was aioused by the proposition that membeih-cf the W,Uei md Seweiage Boaid should -go m a body to the To^vn Hall to pay then le ipccfs to Aldeiman v LambeLl Sn Diomas declined he would ceitaanly ioi include himself m the paitj v 'I have no tmie foi Tammany or des, JOlism of any kind,' he haul. 'Had the iLoid Mayor ot Sjdney (been elected n the usual way by the aldeimen, I would havo ackhowledged his nglit to ho position, but the dizzy limit is cached when an outside, niesponsible, .el i appointed Soviet &i junta takes it upon itself to c.ill foi applications foi ' the position of Chief Magistiate to the
DEATH OF A WAITRESS. Verdict of Suicide. v Painful Scene at Inquiry SYDNEY Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
DEATH OF A WAITRESS; Verdict of Suicide. ' Painful Scene at Inquiry. SYDNEY. Thin Kiln v Dunng the mquost^on the body of Lily Pearce, a waitiess, who was shot nt Windboi (Victona), on Januaiy 2, heie was -i diamatic scene '' ' Fied Bestel the gill's step-father, =r.ive c!\idenco. that she had been keep n^' company with John Fleelham, a ii.il ned man, lhmg apait fiom his wite ?nd child Witness said he met Fleet l.tlll nnrl cnfrl In litvn i'WIh, .!/%»-* i,n,, I ve with vour wile'' Fleetham s.iid She can't cook b.icon, she bakus it in stead of fiying it' On Sunday last Iho Siil vent to Lei room ,uuT a shot wa_ tn ed When Fieetham enteied the Coroners, Court, ilis Bestei; the niothoi ot Lilj Peaice, lose to her fppt, and said 'I'll mil him,' and then left the cojit The Coi'onei.i in reluming a verdict oM-uicide, said 11i.it Fleetham had mar ned loo e.uly to lecognibe hi- lebpon .lb.lities
LATE TELEGRAMS. Wellington Fatality. INQUEST FURTHER ADJOURNED SYDNEY," Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
LATE TELEGRAMS. Wellington Fatality. INQUEST FURTHER ADJOURNED _ ? SYONEir, Tlm-adiiv. i'-urther evidence was taken by the District -Coroner at ?'Wellington, New South Wales, concerning the death of Prank Holden, who died fiom injuries' sustained -from a fall niter being put -ut,of the Club House Hotel .Harold Sheriff, commis«ion agent ;a.ye, evidence that, he was in the tap .'OOni Ol1. t.hfl T-Tn)«r rtn PhMc»n,nn T-, ? . - — ? ? —-www. w.i win jiiuildn JLJ-L-V. ?iVnen Holden came in he called for I li ink's, but did not p,iy tor them A icufile then look place between deceas-, -d and some of the' men in the rooni ' mA Leo JlcCormack came on the scene! -Vltness bdid Lc and McConuack assist-, d deceased out ci the hotel to the loot wtli, where dcce.ibcd tupped and fell .eavily.- lie was lort ljing till Uo -thei lesidents ciotsed the sheet 'and1 licked him up Subboquently ll'clden vas t.iken to hospital, and dited without ogaining consciousness. I The mqifest was adjoin ned in ordei o ...
LATE MARKETS. Sussex Street SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
LATE MARKETS. ' - ? :zr.± -?: ? '' Sussex Street ? ^ SY.DNBY, Thursday. Business -is still very dull in SUssex street. Operators have not recovered from' the holidays, and there is not ex pected to-1-e much doing for some days. Clarence River potatoes are in. a very bad .state, while Tasmanians are not much better. The hot weather lias af fected them, while a good many have bten on agents' hands for over a week. A frash consignment from Tasmania is expected early next week. It is hoped ihev will be available on Monday morn ing. Prime Clarence Rivere are practi cally nominal at £5, while inferior are being almost given away. Tasmanian are quoted at £10 for prime, but many '.ii'-' selling under that quotation. Onions are almost unobtainable on tlKi Street, but enough to meet all re Viuncments are available.' at Alexandria auctions. These are arriving daily 'by .-Kil from Victoria. Good Globes are realising £!) to £10. .. Algerian oats are available in large quantities. The demand is s...
THE IRRIGATION REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
THE IRRIGATION REPORTe Much interest has been taken in tile special reports of Mr. Eklund, the Gov ernment hydraulic engineer, on the sub ject of water conservation and irriga tion. Even some member* of Parl'n. ment who used to talk about irrigation with a kind of large and visional! lior izon now admit, that Mr. Eklund had changed their perspective* and 1ms tura ed them from the .yjsionnry to the prac tical,. One good featrue is that the rt ports will doubtless induce the Govern ment to continue getting tint data upor which the success of irrigation is de pendent and in which Queensland is sadly, deficient. More information- is tc be obtained about one or two of the schemes mentioned by Mi Eklund but it is hardly, likely, so lon'g as money le mains so dear, that an} thing of a \erv definite nature will be undei taken be vond the completion of the scheme at Inkerman., Surveys houe^ei, m.iv br carried out at the Mount L'dw aids' site and experiments will be conducted on fhe foundatio...
THE SUMMER SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
. THE SUMMER SALES- . '? The summer drapery sales: have!. start'-' ed but so far as one can hear there has been no tremendous rush to pull down prices or 'to get in out of the wet' as -somebody predicted was going to hap pen. Tho general opinion is that we .are a long, way .off a slide or tobaggan of prices such as is reported to have oc curred in America. But with now awards every few weeks, and with the possibility of a new basic wage early ir February it is hardly to be -expected thaf such will occur. Even some of 'the unions aro realising that high prices must continue wlien the cost of produc lion and of handling is so high
SIR CONAN DOYLE'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
siRfcpNAN dqyle's Lecture' ' ?;.-.T,he -arriyaliin; townSthisV'week of Sii Oonan'Poyle'.is- the: item 'of most inter sst- to-a ; very Marge number : of people ,'t is remarkable how many people, many -f whom had. losses during the war that ohanged their whole outlook on life 'lav© turned to spiritualism for some solace that they appear to be able 'to' find there. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wil deliver two lectures in Brisbane 'in Hei Majesty's Theatre covering tho most important phases of spiritualism, and il' is expected that the ushers will haw great difficulty in seating all who desire to hear the man who, created Sherlock Holmes and who now. peers into tbc future instead of into' clues, of crime mystery.. ' .. V .:?-: ? ? ? ???-. -.-..-.
METAL MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
^ ;|:4METAL MARKET^. SYDNEY. Thursdav. ?..Standard: copper, spot £72/8/9, three months' £73/7/6 per ton; electrolytic copper /ingots, £80 'to £83; wire bars, ;£82/tO to £83; best selected, £80/10 per- ton; lead,- spot £23/5, three months ?£ 24 ;,;f spelter, spot £26/7/6, three months- -£27/7/6; tin, spot £205/15, three,- months £210; silver, standard bars,-i-sppt':-3'/0%; ? .three' months 3/0%, fineVii^pot. 3/9 7-8; i Ameiicin copper, .13 Vb -cerits.\ ?-
HOMEBUSH MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
HOMEBUSH MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. ; Cattle yarded: 2660. Thu -market was a shade dearer. Best .beef 65/, second 55/, inferior 5ft/. Bullocks £12 to £25, :ows £7 to £18. ' ~ ' *| «!ffi Sheep penned: 40,000. The market was very firm. Wethers 20/-' to 38/ ewes 18/. to 33/; best lambs to 34/, oth ers from 15/. ._ ?'.-'? ''. ' The. Farmers and Graziers' ?; Co-Opera- tive Co., (Ltd. report: ':: ?'? ^ -.''''!' ?'...,- Sheep were firm- and-; ; cattle 10/ to 20/ dearer. . ' . . ?Dalgety and Co. Ltd., report: Cattle: 2660. The quality was very good, and the market'fir.raeV;*' ? iSheep: 40,000. All classes ' were for wor. The jnarket was' a' little weaker. . Winchcomb, Carson, LtdY.' report: ? : About 38,000 sheep anil 2700 cattle were o-arded, of good quality. The ma.rke was very firm at the best of last day's rates. ' ; ..We.sold: 'Yearlings, C'.-H. Edwards, Gunnedah, £7/6; A. U: ? Loder, Wee Waa, crossbred wethers 29/10; R. O. Parry, Bellata, crossbreds 27/; M. A. Todd, iAVee Waa, crossbr...
ALLEGED THEFTS FROM RAILWAY Fettler Charged. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
ALLEGED THEFTS FROM RAILWAY ? Fettler Charged. SYDNEY. Thursday: Denis O'Brien, railway fettler, was committed for trial at Goulburn on :: charge ..of. having., stolen; a, quantity; of, lemonade. Accused was also fined'- fot having .had. in his possession a; .number of casks, buckets, and ironware tools; the property of the Commissioneis, and reasonably suspected . of . ? having been stolen. Inquiry Officer Baxter said there had been very heavy losses of goods at Breadalbane. Theio was an oiganiseo gang at work, but O'Bnen was not tn leader. He was only one ot the lessei lights, 'There are thiee others in the gang,' added the officei, 'but so lar we have riot been able to catch them '
SOLDIER TEACHERS. Did not Suffer in Classification. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
SOLDIER TEACHERS. V' Did not Suffer in Classification. '« SYDNEY .Tlimsday 'The Mini.stei foi Education believus that New South Wales is doing as much for returned scldiei teacheis .as Queens land. He declared that the New South Wales 'Depai tment of Education laid itself out to see that none of its le turned soldier teacheis should suffei throuKh'rhis' absence at the war. but. on the contiary, th.it each one should get at least a little more than might have been expected if he lemained at home. On the^ dischaige of a soldiei teacliei he was advanced one giade in cl.iss'fi cation, with its accompanying mciease in- salary, and was. appointed to a lngl. er grade school,' with a further increase in salary, in adition to this double in crease in salary a 'soldier teacher re ceived x exemption from examination .for the next highei guide, thus becoming! eligible for -i btill highei clabsilication so soon as his practical touching slcil: should be commensurate with that ad ditional grade R...
PREMIER'S TRIP. Boilermakers' Valedictory. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
PREMIER'S TRIP. - ? i Boilermakers' Valedictory. 'SYDNEY. Thni'Kilav The Premipr, Mi Sloiey, was entpi tained by the Doileimakeis' Union, ot which body ho is btill .1 member, at the Trades ,Ilall. I Mr. , McGuii o, the pi esident, on be half of the meinbeib, piesentcd the Pie mier with a gold medallion and letter of introduction to the biotherhood in Ens land .( f *
METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, Januaiy 9 Tnmuoith— -11 am, Rev T AI Ta}loi, BA 7 30 p m , Mr. R C Claik. Subject 'Difficulties of Salvation ' West Tamwoi th— 7 30 p m , Uev T M Tajloi, B A Communion Hallsvllle— 3 pm, /Mi P J Arnold. Winton— 3 Pirn., .Mr R.. O-Clark. Gldley — 11 a.m., Mr, R. C. Clark ft Oxlcy — 11 a.m., Mr. W. Av Bourne. i Duri— 3 p.m.,. Mr. 'W. A. Bourne. I Goonoo Goonoo Road — 3 p.m., Rev. T. I M. Taylor, B.A.' Communion.