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THE MAIN ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
THE MAIN ROADS. BOARD. The three members of the Main Road: '3oard have now been appointed^- one 'of' hem Mr. Fraser, , being a construction engineer' of the Railway .' Department with a very, long experience. ^ It is un ikely, however, that much rea.1 work vill be done this year because a' sum of. only £5000 has been voted to the end --t next June,- and after that the future is. still uncertain. There has hepn k suggestion in interested quarters that '.he Board ought. to concentrate its at ention on the Brisbane-Toowoomba road 'nit that is hardly likely to meet' with the approval either of the Government or the , Board. When a progi-a mine is prepared it will. probably be found \tlial he Board will concentrate on country road,s .that are . likely 'to act as feeders 'P the railways. 'V'V' ;' '\:: ' ?:'??: :u. '?',.?? v
THE LATE CHARLES EVANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
THE LATE CHARLES EVANS. The public loves a taste of the romaii ic^and' though the 'late Mr. 'Charles ?Ivans had a mannerism that was blunt md sometimes gruff .thefe were few men' n the public life of Queensland who vere more highly regarded. There was ibout him a touch of the romantic that ippeared to the public taste. He was ?ot overawed either by Cabinet' Minister I Union Secretary, or representative o'J ,'upiuu. wiiuever went to see (Jiiarle; ^vans when he was Commissioner foi Railways was expected to state his busi less in the fewest possible words, am] wen then he would get the reply pro lably before he had finished. Chai-lie Evans — that was the name lie was ?nown by most frequently — had a kindly leart, and while he was the kind of man \iio might have kept an opponent oe enterhooks, wondering what, would be lis next move he was a friend worth laving in- a fight. Merit, honesty, ana ?luck— those were the three qualities he vanted in his employees — and many ?ien in the service...
THE OLD AND THE NEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
THE O,LD AND THE NEW. The usually -big crowds saw the old ear out and the -new year in, by strol :ng aimlessly up and down the streets, .?aiting for the sirens to give the signal, 'hen they congratulated each other and id the hundred and one other things hat young folk do af midnight on the ist day of the year. This year there ???as perhaps less noise than generally s the case yet there was so much that t is hard to discriminate. A few rock. -ts were sent aloft, 'boomers' were ?ounded here and there, and shrill f:rens pierced the night for miles. On Mew Yearns Day the city appeared to be 'eserted till ,the afternoon when hun Ireds gathered to hear the latest details )f play in the cricket matches. Some housands of people travelled to the arious seaside resorts for the day. The lay was fairly cool, and might be des cribed generally as a beautiful day for jne, of the principal of the many annual lolidays.
THE GOVERNOR'S TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
THE GOVERNOR'S TOUR. His Excellency, Sir Matthew Nathan, ms just had his first tour in Queens and, having had a Tim through the Surnett. His Excellency is said to be nxious to see quite a lot of Queensland, ?o it is not improbable that the country 'istricts- will frequently find him on our. Having been a keen polo player le is a fine judge of a horse, and Ik nows something also of pioneer settle ment so the country can be sure of 8 ympathetic visitor whenever he. leaves he city for a tour.
Trade Credit Scheme. SUGGESTED SECURITY AGAINST LOSS. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
Trade Credit Scheme. / , ?? 1 .-i.ljjij! SUGGESTED SECURITY AGAINST ' LOSS. (ReuteiV Telegiam.) ' ! LONDON. . Thursdnv. fi In reference to .the trade credit I scheme which is in process o£ evolution I by Sii R S Home and the financiers of I London, Sir Edwaid Mountain, in an f mteiview, emphasised that before an I eltective scheme of insurance could be | staited to enable merchants to dlsjio.se ot I theii suiplus stocks to countnes unable | to pay cash, It w.ih absolutely essential I Lor tlie untish syndicate to have over- I whelming stabilit'y and include all the | leading banks and insurance companies I He suggested that the Government I should allocate £.13,000,000 out of the I £26,000,000 voted :to assist trade iu i these countries, as a fund to 'guarantee the syndicate against, iors.
EMPIRE CABINET. To Meet During June. CONFERENCE NEXT YEAR. Important Dominions Problems. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
EMPIRE CABINET. To Meet During June. CONFERENCE NEXT YEAR. Important Dominions Problems. 1 LONDON, Wednesday. The highest Ministerial authority in forms the 'Sun' and 'Herald' that the Imperial Cabinet, will meet during the second half of June. The Premier has been, asked to allow, the inclusion of subordinate Ministers. The Govern ment ; sent ..'put invitations in response to lepeated solicitations fiom Mr. Hughes and Gcneial Smuts Mi Lloyd Geoige is equallj keen, and impiessed the Premiers that -if they did not as semble soon Britain would be compelled to settle vanolis mipoitant affairs sin gle-handed- This would be picjudicin*. ooth to the Dominions' and Bntain's in-' terests The agenda is now being pieiiared, and will be'sent to the Dominions nt the cud of January, leaving ample time foi then additional suggestions The big navies question will ceitainly be the_most,*ou,tstandin£(Xeature. Tlie Government anticipates the Premiers will desne tho concniient Defence Council to bung ...
POLICE DEMANDS. REGISTRATION AND BASIC WAGE. Legislation Promised. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
POLICE DEMANDS. REGISTRATION AND BASIC WAGE. 1 Legislation Promised. 1 SYDNEV, Thursday. 1 A deputation fiom the New bourn 1 Wales Police Association lecently wait; I od upon the Chief Societal j 111 older to I asceitaln the Go\einment's views with I reg.ud to tlie leslstralion of the asso- I ciation as, an industilal oiganisntion. | Mi Dooley was aiso asked when the I nnlinn' Lould be ki anted the inciease ot i S/ in paj, infaccoidance with the leoent I aw aid ot the I3oaid of Tiade | Mr Dooley has now infoiniod tlie as- 1 sociation that the police coind not -e | registeied as a tiados union until t»e I Aibitiatlon Act was amended He also | hoped to biing a bill befoio Pailiaraent in. icgaiu 10 in- i-uu-_ iiiiii-.«i «-??? — He fully lea'iised the impoitance of tlie mattei Tho matter of the (basic wage was one winch would lm\e to he con sideied in conjunction with all other depai Impiits 111 a similar position
STATE LOAN UNDER SUBSCRIBED. Extension of Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
STATE LOAN UNDER SUBSCRIBED. Extension of Time. 'All the figures foi the State Loan 01 £3,000,000 aie not jot available, saw tho 'Iieasuiei, Mr Lang, on Wednesday. 'They will not be complete foi some days yet ' . ' 'Ncvutheltss we have sufficient data in hand lo lealiso that theie is little piobabiiitj lhat the loun has been fully subscribed 1 have decided, tiietoioie. toigiant the requests made from the fanning distilcts that the loan might re- ? niAin opnn duiing January, in older to give the faimeis a chance to invest some ol their wheat money ? '1 now announce that subscriptions to tho loan will_ be leceived up to Vobru aiy 1. Those who subscribe duilns th-3 pi esc n t month and on Fobiuaiv 1 will, of couise, have lo pay acciuod Interest. This is in order to put them on the same footing as earlier subscribers, for all subscribers will receive a full six mon hs interest on Juno 1, 'They will not have to pay accrued interest on the whole amount of tlie in stnlments already due.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
ANOTHER NEW COMPANY. Making of Bedsteads. THE L. JOSEPH'S PROPRIETARY ^ .'???? LIMITED, i I Manufacturers of Bedsteads and ...'?;' Spring Mattresses, ; Have secured, through the agency of Messrs-. Sussman and Southon, premises at the corner of Langford and Porcher Streets, Newcastle, and will commence business during tho second week in January. The Company lias large factories in' Sydney and Melbourne It expects to begin in isTe\vcastle with a staff of 20 employees, which- will be sufficient 'to turn out about, 40 complete beds daily. . Except for the wire Cor' the spring mattresses, which is specially made in England, all the material used by the company will be- manufactured in Newcastle. ..-:??? ' ATfjOL LEVEY, Noi'tliorn Itoprpsontatlvfi, ?'.. .:. TKoll Avenuo, Rose.Bay. ' We Wish Our Many Friends and Customers a Happy I and Prosperous \ I -; * ? r ? _ _, ! ' - ^— linn urn-.' immuitum-MmmmBim*mmmmMxm^^*B^ ^ „ ^ Our New Year Special. lO^Best English Toilet Sets from Burgess and L...
GERMAN WOMAN SPY. DIES IN LUNATIC ASYLUM. Sensational War-Time Trial Recalled. How She Was Trapped. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
GERPMN WOMAN SPY. DIES IN LUNATIC ASYLUM. Sensational War-Time Trial Recalled. How She Was Trapped. The death has occurred in the Crimin al Lunatic Asylum at Broadmoor (Eng land), writes a 'Daily Chronicle' repre sentative, of Lizzie Wortheim, ? one of Germany's most -famous ? women* spies, who was trapped by the British Secret Service five years ag;o. After a sensational trial at the Central Criminal Courfc in September, 1915 She was sentenced to ten- years' penal servitude for collecting informa tion of the' movements of the British Fleet. ^ Her 'confederate, a young German officer named- Rowlands, was also found guilty, and was shot in the Tower of ? London. ^ Lizzie Wortheim was one of Germany's most dangerous agents, and, with Row lands, mnd.o a desperate attempt to bring off one of the most sensational coups of the war. SPIES AT IVAVAL PORTS. Her headquarters was a small flat in West London, from where the two spies made frequent journeys by molorrcar to Rosyth, and other port...
STATE REVENUE. A LARGE EXPANSION. But Below the Estimates. Railway Deficit Foreshadowed. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
STATE REVENUE. , ... . — ? ^ — : — ? '' A LARGE EXPANSION. But Below the. Estimates.. J Railvyay Deficit Foreshadowed.! 1 Th'e' expansion in the revenue of the) Sta-io continues at a rate which is grati fying. '.It is proceeding, moreover, at a pace, which is necessary it the 'entries on that side of the ledger are to suffice for the' equalisation of the movement in expenditure. For the concluding calendar month of 1920 there, was an increase of £113.208 net in the receipts from ? Governmental undertakings, and over' fifty-five per cent, of it, £62,S27, was derived from', larger business in duty stamps. Business enterprises,, the procoeds from which are passed to tho consolidated revenue account, also gave greater monetary yields all round. From the railways there was an ad ditional £252,398 over December 1919. The amount obtained from tramways, increase in hikings £66,907, and larger rovenues from other services raised the aggregate gain to £319;318, ao that bracketing Governmental...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 7 January 1921
------------- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THANKS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; I wish to thank the Doctor in attend- ance, the Matron and Staff of the Tam- worth Hospital, whose kindness to me during my recent illness I cannot speak too highly of. J. W. Burton.' &nbsp; &nbsp; IN MEMORIAM. PRYOR. — In sad but loving memory of my dear wife and our dear mother, &nbsp; Sarah Ann, who departed this life, &nbsp; &nbsp; January 7, 1913. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mother, whilst you dwell on high, Your memory to us is nigh. &nbsp; &nbsp; Inserted by her loving husband, sons and daughters. &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921
ARMIDALE AND NEW ENGLAND JOCKEY CLUB. CUP MEETING. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, February 9 and 10, 1921. PRIZE MONEY. £1420 PRIZE MONEY £750 DOUBLE. £750. Freight refunded one way on. full boxes by rail between Sydney and Bris- ' bane, and . intermediate stations! Hor ses must compete at f.he meeting:, otherwise no freight will be allowed. Nominations for nil .races close Wed nesday, January 19, 1!)2I, 0 p.m. Weights for nil races first -day and the City Handicap, on or p/jout Alondiy, 27th January Foi al- othot rirnts, night of 'first day's racine. PROGRAMME. :;! '\'.': HRST DAY To .stai t at HO p in OPENING HAN'DICVP 7'- sovs, 2nd ? horse MO i,ovs , 3rd hoi ,p '- wye, from the pn/e So\pn' f m longs. Entrance I sov. To felait it 2 10 inn NOVICE HANDICAP. 10 _ov-i, 2nd horse 5 sovs, lid h_i-,e ,'J aovs, from the nn/e Toi all hoisei Uiat have not won ,\ piize exceeding 20 sovs. at time of stalling Sf\ fui longs. Entiance ] so-\ To Stan at 2 'iO pin TIIR ARMIDALE CUP, .i Handicap of 500 so...
TAMWORTH PROTESTANT ALLIANCE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921
TAMW0RTH PROTESTANT , ALLIANCE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. On 'Uondav January 3, a very en o able evening was spent in the Pres bvteurn Hall to celt brate the installa tion ot officers of the Tamvvorth branch of the P A r Society ?: . The ev ening took the foi-m of a social and musical entertainment; The follow ing contubuted items:— Dro. G. Dunn song, Bio R C Claik, recitations: mo l. bincnn, song; 13ro. S. Bailey, soiij, «io G Dunn, song; Miss Slppel, .le-citition,, Mr r Jenning's, song; and Bro. L. C. Williams, accompanist. The -installation 'was carried out M tho \\Tor.shipftil Distiict Master, Bro. ftlcGilvray (Werris Creek) ', assisted bj' onior Past Master Bro. jP.i J. Wood bry. ; ., ,._..' ? ,_....,;; .^f In reply to a vote, of .thanks from , the W.M. (Uro. Sinclair), Bro. McGllviny W.D.AIi, .spoke at length of the pro gress of lhe'society;: especially 'of 'the Tam worth branch. He said the time was not far , distant . -when' the VP.A.F. Society would' be' equal, in strength to any so...
BIG CLEARANCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921
BIG CLEARANCE SALE. On Wednesday next, the 12th instant, a big clearance sale' will take place at .'Strathmore,' six miles from Tamworth 'on the Duri road. 'The sale is tb wind up the estate of the late Harold Smith. The whole working plant.,-, horses, sheep' and' cattle ' are to be sold 'out. A. L.; 'Stewart- and Co. are the auctioneers, and' they advise ' attendance,- as 5 everything, will- -be-' sold;piit. ? ?.v. , ' j
OXLEY RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921
OXLEY RAINFALL. Following, was tho .rainfall for 1920' at Avondale, iFarnv 16; y- Oxley:— .TanuaCT' 259' points, February 1G9, March 5; April-' flG.-Mtty 67, June 788, July 391,- August 23G, Septem'ber ;2F)9, October 76; Novem ?bor 229, December 3(i2. Total, 28SG points; ' 'Total 19 l'J; M54 points.