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

-- - SPECIAL 'ftoECAStT' lwF-£ tlle Northem Tablelands and £S TJVnd North-Westbrn Slopes, sup lh^h*0^6 Nortiern DiUly Lade? !fcf the State Meteorologist, from the Jatest figures available each afternoon. \i ; ) Stilt cloudy, wfch few scattered % i showers, but becoming fine and i warm. Easterly winds. ITHE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. ? ? . ? ' ;-'?.t;^' r-,^;;.« | FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1921.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH NOTICE. BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES. Sunday, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

CHURCH NOTICE. ? - BAPTIST CHURCH SERiVlpES. Sunday. Januarv 3/ Tamworth.— 'll a.m., 'Some Thoughts for Believers.' Mr. R. Wakeley' Tangaratta— 3 p.m., Mr. Wakeley. Tamworth— 7.15 pin,' Bright Song Ser vice conducted t-y Mr Lewis; 7.30 p.m.. Subject: 'Tho Relations ot Jesus,' Mr. J. l-l..Kord. Visitors onri'i'-llv invllcd. * Such of the Coble News on this Page so headed has appeared In 'The rimes.' sin! Is cabled In Australia by snecial permission. !t should he undc^ stood that the opinions are not those -ii 'Tho Times' unless expressly stat h» to to «».

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED BREACH OF PROMISE. Port Darwin Case. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

ALLEGED BREACH OF PROMISE. '^i~Z': ??:??:':[? Port Darwin Case. ????'?'? SYDNEY. Thursday. ? The case in ' which Miss Milne, aged 33 .years, :1s suing M. B. Wilson, grazier, ..aged 63, was continued at Port Darwin ? to-day. ...J,Mr. Roberts, for. the defence, said de fendant wias an old man, blind in one eye, very, deaf, very lame, and suffering from ' malaria fever; and complainant ? professed that she loved him. . ... It was evident that she was ' endeavoring to get- what money, she could get out of him. Plaintiff claimed _2i2500 damages. ' ? j3r. Harris- deposed that plaintiff broke off the marriage because defen dant refused to be married in the An 'glican Church and to liave a teetotal breakfast. . the jury returned a verdict for de fendant, with costs.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
When a Navy is Needed. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

: When a Navy is Needed. { The statement of Viscount Grey that I another great war twenty years hence i'would mean the destruction of Euro | pean civilisation is distinctly jinpres t sive, coming as it does from one who I has made world politics a, close study -] for many years. /When a man of such i long experience makes a ? pronouncc l menfc of this kind, it is generally safe ' to assume that he js not talking, merc ) ly for the pleasure of hearing his own J voice. Viscount Grey went on to s:iy j that competitive building of warships , by different nations should be discour - aged as a danger to the peace oi! the , world. In this ho is doubtless right; { but there is a grave danger that, his » words may be seized upon by opponents , of naval preparedness as, an argument i against the provision of any defence 1 tit all. * There is a great difference between » tho feverish anxiety of certain nations ' to outstrip their rivals in the creation '? ?; of -great navies, and the provision...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE TELEGRAMS. Double Drowning Fatality. QUARRY HOLE CLAIMS TWO VICTIMS." SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

~IATE TELEGRAMS/ Double Drowning Fatality. QUARRY HOLE CLAIMS TWO VICTIMS.' ' __ SYDNEY, Thursday. lhe Newtown police were notified this morning that a girl and 'boy had been drowned in Spears' Brick pit, at St Peters. It is said to be; sixty feet deep No details. are known. '/?-' ::.i--. K-tf ? % '.-$, vLATER. ;? ,;.The: ; Rcpii© of the tragedyj.is ;a little distant: from; St. PetersWailway1 Station on the Illawnrra side] Tho n1ar-r»;wns formerly used in connection with the old brick woilc- Since they ceased to exist the pit has filled with water, and has been freauenl-Ml by clnldien fishing for silver fish and ladpolos This morning Alfied Biennan, aged 7 Eileen Dura nil 8, hr-r (1 ycaT-old sister Connie, -and Jack Oidell, aged 6, went to the pit to fish Access to tho spot is gained thiough an old foiifp. Then for about 35 yaids inside , tho fence grassy land slopes to within five yaids of the water's, edge, wheie it diops sud denly. The iboy Brennan and Eileen Durand skipped along...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNEMPLOYED SHOP HANDS. Complaint by Secretary. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

-UNEMPLOYED SHOP HANDS. Complaint by Secretary. SYDNEY, Thursday. '-Mr O'Dea, secretary of tho Shop A» altiints' Union, stated to-day that there are hundreds of unemployed shop hamis in Sydney. 'We consider that in some cases men and girls have not had a fair deal,' he said 'They worked up to high pres sure right up to Xmas Eve, and then jnany were put off at a moments notice.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

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

Start the New Year well by having a Wick j§L and Scrib Suit Tailored to Order. ^&^^^ Value and Style, with Comfort, at the fSp 1fj»?vig^l Right Price Mark Are your/ Clothes R VjgZS&U&A stylish? They should be— {whether you rw^^^®^ care for youthful . clothes or the more * {Wt^Wt/^W ? conservative cut — Wickham and Scrib- B'i^C vsSli, .her can give you your choice. It costs Kflffit^Wflr' -?'-'? no more. ' Inlil I $bffl(!t All Wool .Worsteds, in Grey, Brovvifia andW/-- ;, - [«M j&w'W Blues, Light/ana Medium .Textures, from /Jin, ('1* '///' £7/7/ to^W/ioIVW* ? JSOHil Specifil Values All Wool Navy Serge, .-' 0*^^E$r guaranteed dyes, £8/8/. ^^ '?''? WICKHAM & SCRIBNER ,. (Late A.I. P.). . . ? ' ' ? PEEL STREET, TAMWORTH, AND AT WAGGA. !' ^^^p^v A superb polish ffy$r$ C3§pSi.j|,!jj-;- j»\ Used on floors, linoleums or ?-???-; /r^~'v ?? ? Jiiili i'!l'' '~''^-^Ft'''^n furniture the results are always Kra^^^^SH* Wislk^l! p'eas'ng- No othei polish will ?...

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CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XV.-(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. ? * ~ : i-~ By ANNIE HAYNES. Author of 'Lady Carew's Secret,' 'Cice- ly Vlbart's Love,' 'Footprints of Fate,- eto.,,,etc. ?...'-.? (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XV.— (Continued). Charmian^s heart beat higli as she | heard the question. Nothing could have been more inopportune than her grarrd father's illness at the. present juncture. She knew, that at the worst she could have rnlied upon a cheque from him. I Sir Hamish got out. his cheque book and waited, his pen in his hand. 'Well, .sweetheart, how much?' 'Could — could you let me have five hundred pounds — or a little more?'' Charmian asked timidly. 'Five hundred pounds!' Sir Hamisii repeated in', evident surprise. 'My dear 'child, do you really want as much as ?that? This is not the most convenient time for me to let you have it.' '1 know it does sound a lot,' Char mian said, twisting her hands' together in an agony or embarrassment, ' as she asked herself for the, hundredth time how in the world she would raise enough ...

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

1 ?'?'?? ? ? ?? ? - — i y^it Thistle Shirts impnrt trie same ' V^tt f ^*^^-JMwI\WW ??' f& ?-'?% ; effect experienced when you J^ftjf / J|lWvV\\\\\v H ' . . '. \\' ? slip into a perfectly tailored B \ jf r JjlMftV H .;? ' ?? %' suit of clothes. You feel better 8 V^4.~^ Pt^MMTOT B : :v.\ WL instantly.1 \ V l\^^^^sJ^O»lw' i H ; v\\, A Thistle Shirt fUs you all over. M\ ^^^S^^N H Vl\' Finished, as expertly as it is \\ ^.W^^^S^^- H \ cut, with qualitids of style and . \ ^V-^WSV~ # ? \l workmanship which no other - ,,/ , ? _ * H 'l\ shirts rosscss. II k I '► Thistle Shirts are sold by nil /// »? ? jT. leading Shirt. Departments. U- ? Hi H »T You should also ask for Thistle -q_ f/j H / ..-Pyjamas. ?''. ' - Jl H ' ; ^ Alexander Stewart '& Sons Ltd. ' - Mfo H .; '/ ?- ??? Malcers ^ MM m ? | Brisbane and Sydney - (fyAIW ^ : ^^Vf-*;Ai.l^f. — . ? jaw ? A^Frjendty &L J 1 ;; ^/^*kIe? ^MSSt^^'^ri -^ ^^» ^8 suppled M r-DEWhufiST&HAHQRANuri.'^ ._. ? _ 1 - ^——1 (Sole -...

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

TO REMOVE 'Corna arid Warta'wlthout any ' humbug or dlaarjpointment, try a bottle of the Queensland Cattleman's remarkable I discovery, known us1 'Swamp.'' Just try and 'Hcc results. ?' 'Swamp'- Is obtainable for 1/C from »ll leadinir chemists «jnl /?tori'K. I'nsi-ir-.,. :id extra. --r Ir-cally - from CleoiBe iN'jinkwvia, Taniwoilh, ? i e

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CABINET'S ATTITUDE UNCHANGED LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

CABINET'S ATTITUDE UNCHANGED (neuters -Telcgiam ) ' LONDON. Thuisday It is-announced that the Government's attijude in lefeionce to the negotiations with the Sinn Fein aie unchanged It is leady lo meet anjone qualified to ex piesb Sinn Fein views, but the ovei Uires must come fiom the Sum Fein .tsell , ,

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Canada and U.S.A. CONTRADICTORY REPORTS OF CO-OPERATION. VANCOUVER Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

Canada and U.S.A. CONTRADICTORY REPORTS OF CO-OPERATlUN. ' f (Reufei's Telegiam ) ^ , VANCOm'CU Wednesda- An Ottav a mesbage says the btoiy that the Canadian na\- is being sent to the Pacific to«oopeiate with iheAmen 1C1111 fleet is desenbed in official quaiteis as ndiculoiis While it is true that the* Canadian vessels are to visit But lsh Columbia, the Naval Depai tment states -that this meiely follows the Butish custom ol showing the flag. A message iiom Monti eal says Philip Wilbon,' Parliamentary cones pondent of the 'London IDailj News,' cabling his paper' fiom heie, Nasserts that the Canadian Government has made an agieemeat with the futuie Harding adminisli.it.on foi a solid tiont on Asiatic juimigiation, albo that the Canadian fleet will be based in the pacific, with the command undei Amen-, can supei vision - ' ( The Ameucan fleet's si/e is unknown, but it contains 24 destioyeis

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST CABLE NEWS Ambushes in Ireland. MANY CASUALTIES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

' LATEST CABLE NEWS Ambushes in Ireland. MANY CASUALTIES. « (Reuterls Telegram.) LONDON, Thuisday Two militaij lollies, each containing five soldiers and one policeman, ?weie ambushed at Nevynaiket, Coik, but touted then numeious assailants who Ubed machine guns and ' 1 llles ' The as- ' aailantsi flexl, le/^viug theli ammunition Then casualties * weie he«\y ' The UoopV casualties v;eie less Six nolicemen vjeie wounded in Coik last n gut b} a bomb thiown neai their hcadquaiteis The foice tinned out with rifles and machine guns, which Uiej used on the quays in the neighboi hood, resulting in several persons tieing wounded; (Published in 'The Times.') In consequence of the ambush at Ne\v market, five houses were burnt by -'the- order of the military governor as an official reprisal.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DE VALERA ARRIVES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

DE VALERA ARRIVES. (Renters Telegiam) ' LONDON; Thursday. Mi. De Valeia was tlnee days in 1 IJanchestei pi lor to' goin^ to Ii eland He amved by train, undisguised, and walked the pnncipal thoioughfaies '

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LORD FORREST MEMORIAL. Small Subscription List. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

LORD FORREST MEMORIAL. Small Subscription List. (United Seivice). LONDON, Wcdncsdav. . Tho Lo'd (Fonest bubscnption pio mises at piesent amount to £450 The subscnbeis aie mainly mining compan ies and ^radeis Thoie aie none fiom thp scientific, explorative and colonial bodips The amount is baldly enough to pay foi a window in tho House of Lo'ds A leading Westialinn, com menting, says that the appeal is loo late It hhould have been made imme diately after the death , of the great pio neer.

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DISARMAMENT COMMISSION. VANCOUVER, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

DISARMAMENT COMMISSION. (neuter's Telegram.) VANnOnVTCTt. Wrvlnna.lnv Representative Puller (Republican) has I introducocUa joint resolution Introducing] President Wilson to accept the LenKiie'bf Nation's invitation to' appoint fifteen I United States representatives on the Dis armament Ccmir.ission. *j

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INCOME TAX. VICTORIA AND N.S.W. Big Difference in Favor of Small State. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

INCOME TAX. VICTORIA AND N.S.W. ? u. Big Difference in Favor of Small State. 'Accountant' foi t\ aids to Sydney 'Sun' the tallowing comimuson4of the rates qC Ftate income tax paid'in'Vic lona and Now South Wales, taken liom the December issue of the 'Pi-bhc Ac -ountant'. — ; VICTORIA ' Where tho taxable amount does not exceed £300, peisonal e\eition'3d; pio perty-Od; - ?* ? »'? .-! A^hele the taxable amount exceeds £500— j Cl and up lo £ 100, pcisonal exeition Id, propei ty Sd £501' ami up to £1000/'peisonal p\ei tion 5d; pioperty lOd '' ?? - £1001 and up lo~£J500, pel tonal o\ ei lion 6d, prdpeity I2d , £'l_01 ard upwaids, peisonal exei tion 7d, piopeity lid Companies, peisonal exertion 12d NEW SOUTH WALES.' £1 and up to £700, personal cxeition K5d, piopeitj JS'a. ^ £701 and up toi£1700, personal ex ertion, 16d; pippeift 1%^ l-3d £1701 and up -to '£2700, personal ex el lion lSd; piopeity 22d.-~ £2701 and up to £-1700, piesonal ex eition 20d, piopeity 2l'2-3d l £47til and up to £(.7...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REDS IN CHINA. JAPANESE PREPARE. FOR ATTACK Red Propagandists Active. TOKIO, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

REDS IN CHINA. JAPANESE PREPARE. FOR ATTACK Red Propagandists Active. (United Service.) .' TOKIO, Wednesday.' A Haimn message says tho Japanese aro hastily enlienching and electing baibed \\ne at Nikolsk, wlieip senous everfts momentarily are expected. ? Repoits fiom Ilaibaroiik statf that Red legiilars aie ai living daily, and concentiating, while Bolshevik ouitois 'e hannging fiowrts on flip rfccessity of driving the Japanebe from the coun liy, wheio their piebenco»is dangeious lo the Russian pioletariat At Giodokoio the Reds attempted 'an antweligious outbieak The chinch was saved fiom destiuctlon through a lescue by model ates in the garrison The Bolsheviks aio actively spreading piopaganda in Haibin, despite Chinese opposition. Inoendiaiy fires aie atlnbu ted to them The Haibin Cdolips appar pntly appiove ot attempts to incite to ic volt

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
British Unemployed. CABINET PROPOSALS CONDEMNED LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921

British 'Unemployed. CABINET PROPOSALS CONDEMNED (Reutcrls Telegram.) LONDON, Thursday The National Alliance ot Cmplojeis and Emplojed, piesided over by Su Vincent Caillaid, Chaiimaii of the Vick eis Company, included some piominent Uadc unionists ' v j The alliance considoied the Govein ment's short time pioposuls, and issued a. statement that (these weie already opciating They pointed out the evils ot undei -employment as an alternative to unemployment, and the consequent risk that a leasonable subsistence level would not be leached The alliance theiefoie condemned compulsory shoit time, and lavoied le duced woiking houis, by which the un employed might 'benefit wherever oin plojeis and emplojed voluntarily agieed to them It consideied that the real solution laid 'in llfb -oidial co-opoiation of em lilo-ois and tiatie unionists

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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