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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

AUCTION SALES. '' l DALBY CATTLE SALE. ^ ' ? . FRIDAY, 2lst JANUARY, 1921. ' IN MACKIE'S YARDS. ' k 800 SPLENDID QUALITY CATTLE. 800. _?' including : ' ?'? 400 BREEDERS, 2 to. 6' years, with fair percentage oC calves -at, foot. _ , ; , . , 100 BULLOCKS, Nos. 6's, 7's and 8's. ? , . ? - 250 WEANERS, mixed sexes, 12 to 18 montiifa. , , , ? 50 WEANERS, mixed sexes, G to 10 montns. i 10 BULLS, Herefords and Shorthorns. novnes,|dC/ an_ aro choice quality V wishing to pay agistment. ^ STURMFELS LIMITED, Brisbane ''. '.' ? 'I HUNTER' & CO., Piltsworth. , -'?''?? MAITLAND YARDS. , ' \aif-' '.'.?? ?'??.?.???? ' 'i ? THURSDAY, 13th JANUARY. ' J ENMGHT will sell by auction consignments of Heavy and Active Draughts, Business Cart Sorts, Well Bred Light Horses, arid Ponies, for:— 'Warner Bros., and Siddens, Tallwood; H. Bradley, Eokara. Lagoon; A. Gilder, . tiercefleld; Jones Bros., D.enman; R. F. Graham, Denman; H. S. Moore, Guy ra; _».' Ferry, P. Keegan, Musweilbrook; E. Titzroy, Singl...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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BRITISH SCIENCE, Latest Triumphs. IN WORKSHOP AND LABORATORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

BRITISH SCIENCE, Latest Triumphs; IN WORKSHOP AND LABORATORY. I These items are circulated by_ln- | I dustrial Publicity Service, Ltd., a I trade and technical information I agency controlled by The Federa I tion of British Industries; The British Engineers' Association; The' I British Electrical and Allied Manu facturers' Association; The Cable | Makers' Association, for the main I purpose, , p,f ^disse/ninatingv, know- ? ledg'e 'o^ri'tiM'lrtdusiriaVScience. | I The notesRaVe specially written I for the Overseas Press, with this I sole intention of describing British I scientific, technical and industrial | I progress, particularly in the de. I partment of engineering and mach- j I inery of all kinds. | STEAM TURBINES ON AEROPLANES At the first annual Air 'Conference held recently in London, a suggestion was made that steam turbines might be used in place of petrol engines on aero planes. ? The petrol consumption of aeroplane engines is so large that at the present Jiigh prices of....

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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THE TURF. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

^ THE TURF. — FIXTURE8. JANUARY. l.^Tlngha Hibernian J.C. Races. 1 — WallabadaU Jockey Club I:-— Deepwater. 1.— Bendemeer All-Heights. 1— Aberdeen Sports C'ulb. 1.— Hlllgrpvo All-Heights. 7,' 8. — Inverell. Ilj 12. — Bingara. 18, 19.— Tamworth. 26, 27.— Glen Innes. _K, 27.— Werris Creek 26— Willala (Boggabri), All. Heights. , 2C— Barraba Hibernian All Heights. 29.— Guyra All-Height..' i - - w -?' FEBRUARY. 1, 2.— Werris Creek (G.F.). 2, 3.— Uralla. , , . 2, 3.— Mun-urundi (G.P.). 9, 10.1— Armidale Cup Meeting. 10, 17.— Quirlndi. 24, 23A-Walcha Picnic. ^ ' (By 'Poitrel.''. \ ARM IDALECUP MEETING. Full particulars will' be found in the advertising columnsrof this, issue of.. the Armidale Cup meeting to be held on Wednesday olrid Thursday, February 9 and 10. The' double is worth ? £750. The Cup to be run on the first day car ries £500 and the City Handicap on the second day £S50. GLEN INNES JOCKEY CLUB. ''?','''..'? Glen Innes JoclieyClub are out with a programme for their annual meeti...

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A.W.U. Breach With A.L.P. Likely. LEANING TO O.B.U. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

' A.W.U. ?-Tr — ^ — ^r-_ Breach With A.L.P, Likely. LEANING TO O.B.U. SYDNEY, Friday. The A.W.U. is to decide at its Con ference whether its financial resources and newspapers aie to again be placed at the disposal of the Labor Parly, or whether the rovolutiona.y O.B.U. ele ment will be supported. Saores of lesolutions, have been psiss ed in' shearing sheds, railway jobs, etc, throughout the State, demanding that Ihe iA.W.U. ' reorganise on O.B.U. lines, ahd .withdraw from the Labor Party. | At 'present tho influence of the A.W. U. carries more weight in the Councils of the Labor Party than that of any other section of the community. Tins :lnfli-'.nce, it is alleged, is used by offi- ' oihls for their own political advantages. I It is claimed at the Trades Hall thai I if the A.W.U. goes over to the O B U.. joining with, tho coal miners' anif wharf laborers,' and lends its newspapeis, then within a .short lime, tho O.B.U., scheme will bo realised. The 'O.B.U. is frankly- associated w...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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SYDNEY BUSHMEN. Meeting at Trades Hall. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

?' ^ ' SYDNEY BUSHMEN. / .'Meeting at Trades Hall. '- - -s ? - ' SYDNEY. Fuday A meeting of' bush' workers was hol?l al'the -TraUe.sVHalMast night'lo discu«s the J discontent said to 'exist among members ot ? the 'A:W.U.\ Delegates from many , shearing : 'sheds ' wei o , pre sent. '''-?'' ''*;',', ,''?-' ' ' ' '' i! - ' ' There- 'was av'proposal tot immediately break, from -the AW.U., but' it w.is do cided instead' to' elect an O.B U piopa ganda committee to operate^ in the pas toral, industries, and^ to, carry /m a cam paign 'for rovo'lutionary indusli ml union ism:' ?'-?»-;'

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MENTAL HOSPITALS. INSPECTOR-GENERAL'S REPORT Increased Costs. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

MENTAL HOSPITALS. INSPECTOR-GENERAL'S ; REPORT Increased Costs. ! SYDNEY, Friday I The annual report of tho Inspector General of Mental IlospiUIs states thai the- number of admissions during, the yea? was 1484. Natives of Now South Wales formed 58.96 per cent of the admissions The proportion of insane to tho tot.il population was 1 in 1348. The number of persons recovered war 554, equal- to a rate of 37.3!) per cent. The amount expended on tho mamten ance of patients in mental hospitals, dm ing the year was £391,516, an mcie.iso ot £54, 957 on' the previous year1

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CASH IRREGULARITIES. DEFENCE AND POSTAL DEPARTMENTS. Large Amounts Involved. Auditor-General's Report. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

c. GASH IRREGULARITIES DEFENCE AND POSTAL DEPART MENTS. Large Amounts Involved. Auditor-General's Report. SYDNEY, Friday In his annual .report on the Coinihon . wealth accounts for the year 1819-20 tlii; Auditor-Goneial gncs i list of 21 items aggregating £2920 in the ti uisaclions ot the Defence Department Wiiic'.i had)b'oen in question as defaults Itesponsibilu could not be placed upon am poison o persons and the amounts, had eilhei been written off oi chained to diffeient tfunds. The Ingest wan the sum of £1173/6/8 mone\s ot tho 11th Battalion, which worn stolon | A sum of -£1000 nw shown is i dc flciency in the cash achanced foi mill tary pay on the troopship AigUlshup The officer chaiged in connection -with this matter hid been found guillj * \ Failure on the pait of the Second Mil itary District luthoilties to post In the pay books and lodgei cauls ceitain id ' vances ot pay to soldiois in qumantmc and hospital befoio1 making the final payment of defeiiod paj, c msed an ovti p...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. SYDNEY; Frid.TV. Since 9 a.m. on Thursday, due to tho readjustment of the pressure over East ern Australia and the South. (Pacific, a more definite typo of pressure distribu tion now exists. An extensive high oc cupies portion of the Eastern States, its rear isobars, exhibiting the familiar yerticaljfjor-; nortli'tp ;;s'putli;9trend, which is^a'n;;indication'. of yheafc: and : sultriness, iyith;anbrt;hei'iy.i:^viridsiV:^A;'ioop in' the' 28 V &.{ incliJiSbbais iwherei^t runs through :tlie',^nocth-wes.tiquartor : of' New South .Ayales^.is^sugsesyye of tropical influ en'oe;ft'o.'3.th'e '?north want. Practically all ibf-gtliegqbiitinent to the westward of Central .'.Queensland is under tropical influence .this morning, the centre of the/depression (20.6 inches) being situ- ' laied ' oyoiv'-,.tho groat Victorian Desert. WJUi'^VqJ'sstiiB'lJshmont of tho high in j the soil ifli-bijs.t, , corner of Australia, the ?Antarctic'^ ^disturbance surged south ward ...

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STOLEN CHEQUES FOUND IN GARDEN. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

STOLEN CHEQUES FOUND IN ?....:: 'GARDEN. ; :' SYDNEY. Friday. ; The cheques taken by the burglars who blpw open this- safe at the offices of the -Fresh Food' ahd Ice Co., at Mos man. were found lastVnight.in a 'garden not far from the olllce.-^ Obviously they ; wore of no uue to tho b.'Jrglar'si-

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DAVIS CUP. America Wins Easily. SURPRISE IN DOUBLES. AUCKLAND, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

DAVIS CUP. America Wins Easily. SURPRISE IN DOUBLES; n ' ? AUCKLAND, ; Friday. | America won the doubles in the, | Davis Cup match to-day by 4 — j6,.| 6 — 4, d— Oj 6 — 4, and secured the j world's tennis championship. It ?| .was generally thought that Brookes |and Patterson would win the [ doubles,, but they were beaten. Perfect weather prevailed, and the 3ourt was very fast. Patterson gave a fine exhibition igain3t Johnston, who .was, at the 'net. riie' first a?me went to the'Australas ans, but America took the- next. ' Patterson was playing differenlly to yesterday. Ills .sbort driving, and vol leying were '?'features of the' first two, sanies. ' In' the- fourth gaino Patterson lobbed, beautifully,, but .Brookesy volley ing was no't-.-up'to.,his usual' standard.1 Johnston beat' uinwinVa uluel, land se, 2ured th6. game to' America. J.Each 'side., lad now Won two 'games. '?*???? Great 'smashing by the -Americans and lobbing' by Ihe Australians'' marked, the , fifth 'game' The' ' for...

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TEST PLAYERS. Danger from Barbarian Barrackers. Wild London Belief. (United Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

TEST PLAYERS. -| Danger from Barbarian Barrackers. ' Wild London Belief. '!'''? ?' : .' '(llrilted Service.) wi .;,:/ .'_ ; LONDON, Thursday. .The special .constablea for- the test match1 hdVe proyided an opportunity to maptnlfy Ihe barracking. , This afternoon London; is plastered with contents bills, 'Prptection ;i foi* -Test -Players,' leaving .ho minds ..f , the morn itrporant. a fenr-' some '.'picture of; the ISn^'slirnent. being escorted .by. troopers; holding back a howling mob. 'thus resuscitating tho old time ideas of Australian lawlessness. - . Fow .really ..understand the meaning *. of the wonl 'lmrraeker,' confusing It with 'larrikin.'

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PASSING OF OLD YEAR QUIETEST ON RECORD. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

PASSING OF OLD YEAR, QUIETEST ON RECORD. SYDNEY. Fridnv. Ne,w Year's Evo has passed off quiet ly.. Largo crowds thronfrort tlm r,|rr-o-Fi. The polico are of opinion thnt il is the juiotcEt New Year's eve ou record. ?

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THE LATEST International Justice. COURT TO BE ESTABLISHED. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

THE LATEST International Justice. COURT TO BE ESTABLISHED. (Reuter's Telegram.) : LONDON, Friday. The necessary number of nations, I namely, twenty-two, ' have signed I tne, protocol,; ^pnoyjdin.g , fori--the es- | tablishment of a permanetjj JCcdirt | of International Justice. jjj j i Portugal, Switzerland, Denmark, and San Salvador also slgrie the protocol for compulsory adjudication.

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Sinn Fein Outrages. IRISH ARCHBISIOP's PASTORAL Stern De[?]nciation. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

Sinn Fein Outrages. IRISH ARCHBISfOP'S PASTORAL Stern Demnciation. (Reuter's Telegram . ) I1 LONDON. 'Frldav.' Following up iheEishop of Cork's re cent pastoral excdimunicating '. murder ers, the ?; Archblslio of Tuam has also issued a pastoial! He declares that armed resistance jti the Crown in'unlaw- ' fill, and di.iws avntion to tho now canon law, undei I inch members of se cret societies plothg apainbt the Church and State aie lplc facto ovcominunicat nrl I Thp Aichbishopiivs Hip oathsot such socipties am notlindinK and' members ot the Church mill leave thorn.' lie al so refeis to thoipcent l aids -on the At lan Isles They -v re always, most ppaci* ful, -ot wptc Hujectpd to an orgy of tenoiism by th'eCiown forcps.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

ARMIDALE AND NEW ENGLAND JOCKEY CLUB. CUP MEETING. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, February 9 and 10, 1921. PRIZE MONEY. £1420 PRIZE MONEY £750 DOUBLVi. £750. Freight refunded one way on Cull boxes by! rail, between Sydney and I3ns bane, niitLjiniermediate stations. .Hor ses mimiatcotajiete al tlie meeting, otherwise n'oT-'freiglit will be allowed. Nominations for all races close Wed nesday, January 19, 1021, 0 p.m. Weights for all races first day and the City Handicap, on or about Monday, 27th January. For- all other events, night of iirsl day's racing. PROGRAMME. FIRST DAY. '- - .To start, at 1.30 p.m. - . OPENING IIAN'DICAP, 75 sovs; 2nd lior.se 10 sov.s., 3rd horse 5 sovs. from the prize. , Seven fiirlongs. Entrance 1 sov. , . „., ',,. :,[ . To start at 2.10 p.m. NOVICB HANDICAP, -10' sovs; 2nd liorso 3 sovs., 3rd horse 3 ? sovs. ' \ from Hie '?prize. For all horses that have not won a prize exceeding '20 sovs. 'lit time of' starting. Six -fur- longs, Entrance 1 sov. To start at 2.50 p....

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NOXIOUS WEEDS AND LUCERNE SEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

NOXIOUS WEEDS AND LUCERNE SEED. Capt. F. A. Chaff ey, M.L.A., on the representation of Messrs A. Browns combe Ltd., has obtained samples of the majority of foreign seed, which arc prohibited under the Pure Seeds Act, nmongst which are Dodder Hexham Scent, Amaranthus Cat Nip, etc., etu. It is not generally known that the Act .._!„*;..« t~ iVia uqln nlf Rnpd.S is Of VeFN I stringent nature. The samples obtained I by Capt. Chaffey will no doubt be of con si'derable interest to lucerne seed grow ers, it is quite possible for the whole ot tho seed threshed to be condemned and I destroyed when containing the prohibit-1 eU seeds, although in every other res I pect the sample is of prime quality. Fortunately Dodder is not a pest in t.hu Tamworth1 district. Tho same cannot be said of Fat Hen (Chenopodium) Cm.-. nip (Nepita), Amaranthus, Wire-Weed,1 etc All these weeds can bo picked be fore the crop is cut. The work of an hour or- two may save the grower mnn- pounds. ; Messrs. Brownscombe Ltd...

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THE ARMIDALE SCHOOL. Armidale, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

THE ARMIDALE SCHOOL Armitlalc, N.S.W. Head -Master: 'The Rev. Canon Arch dall, M.A., formerly Fellow of Corpus Christi Collese, .Cambridge. Next Term commences February 4th, 1921. . .. ... It is advisable that application for admission should be made as soon as possible to tho Head Master.' '.?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

« . -. *'.'ORR0CKSE3™ * - 0 ? ' u,MCO1,.i ' .-..°.V». s Hpw to Make a Good Non-Poisonous COUGH MIXTURE. To avoid the dangers attendant upon giving- to children mixtures that contain such habit-forming . opium, .drugs :as pare goric, laudanum and morphia, parents will be well advised if they make their. own family cough mix-ture from HEENZO (registered name for Hean's Essence), which is a compound of non-poisonous herbal extracts, needing only theadditionpf sweetened water, to make a most reli able treatment forchest and throat troubles. Each hottle'of HEENZO will make a.family supply of best quality mixture that will giye quick relief and save much money. Heenzo is stocked by all chemists and stores. '^ ORIENT LINE. VO- tONDON; -i-.VIA ?-? MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, FREMANTLE,^ COLOMBO, v- ?-, SUEZ CANAL, AND NAPLES. .. , Steamer Tons Commander Sails ??*««.,, ? -? ' ' about Orsbvo 12,036,. C. G. Matehson Jan 22nd Ormonde, 14,853, H.G. Staunton, Feb. 12 OSTERLEY 12.129 A..J. Coad. Mar. lit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

glen' innes jockey club. ' (REGISTERED.) ANNUAL MEETING. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, January 26 and 27, 1921. PROGRAMME. I FIRST DAY; OPENING HANDICAP, ol 2» sovs. Se cond horse 5 sovs. liom prize, (i furlongs. I MAIDEN HANDICAP, of 10 sovs. ,Sc- ' cond horse. £1/10 from prize. For horses that have never won a race v - ? at time of- starting. 5 furlongs: 'ANN'J'VERSAiRJY HANDICAP,'' ot, 50 , sovs. Second hor.se 7 s-ovs., and third horse 3 sovs. fiom piize. 7' furlongs ' FIRST NOVICE HANDICAP, o£ 10 sovs. - v Second horse £1/10/ from prize. ' F_or all horses that have not won a a-ace exceeding £10 at time.' ol starting. 6 furlongs. PONY HANDICAP, of 10 sovs. Second ' r pony £1/10 from prize. For all ponies 14.2 and ,under. 4 furlongs. CRANBROOK WELTER. A handicap of 20 sovs. Second hone 3 sovs. from prize. Lowest handicap 'weight* 7. 7. 1 mile. SECOND DAY. FLYING HANDICAP, '.of 25 sovs.' Se cond horse 5 sovs. from 'piize. ' B' furlongs. SECOND , NOVICE IIAN'DICAP, of 10 , sovs. ' Second ...

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STEAMER ON FIRE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921

STEAMER ON FIRE. SYDNEY. Friday. The '?. latent news of the fire' .on the. steamer Kwinana, at Perth, shows that !the decks have fallen in, and the whole ship 'is' doomed. ] ' The vessel is insured for £20,000. |

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