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FORTY-FOUR HOUR WEEK. LAUNCESTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

FORTY-FOUR HOUR WEEK. VLAUNCESTON, Friday; A 44 hours week find increased' wasges have been introduced in the Tasmanian boot trade.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIAN COAL STRIKE. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

VICTORIAN COAL STRIKE. MELBOURNE/ Friday. . it is considered uhlike}y\Umt thb,:Vic torian Mdnistry wilt dfecraji»-fo work the Wonthaggi coal mines-wii-h voluntary- la bor. ' . r' '''?'?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. R. D. MEAGHER. First Appearance as Advocate. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

MR. R. D. MEAGHER. First Appearance as Advocate. ' ; SYDNEY, .Friday. ' Mr. It. D. Meagher made his first pub lie appearance to-day as, a legal adyocaU since his reinstatement to the ; roll o.' Solicitors. ... .: . ? ; -.-. -. .

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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NORTHERN AUCTIONEER'S ESTATE Valued at £39,321. SYDNEY Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

NORTHERN AUCTIONEER'S ESTATE Valued at £39,321. SYDNliJr. Friday. The will of the late James Alfred Noble, retired auctioneer, who died a Tenterfield, in August, has been valued for probate at £39,32].? Of this am ount £9452 is represented by realty. He appointed his wife, Jane Noble, and Charles Radcliffe Furlonger, a solicitor, of Bangalow, his executors and trustees; - The testator left the estate for the beneilt of his widow and children. '

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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SINGLETON STOCK SALES. SINGLETON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

SINGiiETON STOCK SALES. SINGLliTONv FricliW. '? At' the- weeKly- stock sales tiiere- v.as a.,good;yardint,' of- fat cattle; eoinpeti tidn. was not1 nearly so lceoiv ? a'^ the market' throughout was' ' a great' deal easier, than' last day. ?' A' fair, yarding of store' cattle; - inquiry diili, and : prices ruling were below late rates. A heavy yarding, of springers; competition was good' for quality' sorts and prices satis factory, while for plain and inferior type's the: market was ?easier: Fat steers to £1-2/12, cows to- £13/10! heif ers to £11/3, vealers to- £.G/16. store steers to -£5, sows to £7/10, heifers to £5'/5/G, cows' and' calves to £8/16, pod dies' to £2/13; spririgers to ^£14-/15. and pigs to £10/10. ... '

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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MARKET REPORTS. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

MARKET REPORTS. WOOL.. New Zealand Loan and! Mercantile, Agency Company Limited report under :lato January 5, 1921: — . There is distinctly more, inquiry for wool iri the local' market din-ing the last ten days. Auction sales are not being lieldin any of the Australian States, and the only wool available is passed in lots from earlier sales, and slcin wools. A fair amount of business' is being trans-' a'ctedi but the basis of prices show no material change from that ruling at the concluding auctions in Australia. Tho. fact that the inquiry exists is, however, reassuring. ? ' No definite arrangements have been made for. tho resumption of sales as re gards tlic allotment of quantities and the dates for th cvar'ious brokers; but auc tions, it is anticipated, will be resumed in 'Sydney during the first week of- Feb ruary. .'. ? ;? ' ' :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

fyii-k SEMD YOUR* ( r'/S-»Sl'Btf'8RJBtt? ' ../ . ' ybEBUB&yLLL /& A 5 r01TD44BRIDCESr \ / k «' «-- SYDNEY Tw The Rrni [That [/It ^ I Thinks Rightly . jfef If : And Acis- Rightly // I ?By1ts?cnstituents: )& *j&~L Personal AWention : £$0$3*i \ To Every Lotl ? \^^C5^. \: ':?:'-? All kitclieri iitensilfe are cleaned ]J^ *^_ AlA^ i a,n-^ brightened in a t\vinklirig y\ ? -^^»\__^__ with 'Clever Mary.' . -. ' ', ' rK.Y hfHMi ' 'k'H^ffl A little ' Clever- Mary '* inwasliing ? AmTvI/iSP^M^*^^^ up water instantly removes the ^Jjrhrii0^^i' J$- &fvl' .grease. Butchers use itto clecin their ' ^yj]Tj5^v^ ^-^^^^g33' marbjc- slabs, ^blocks,;, choppers, ' if. srff?l) '' ! railih'gs, counters and'scales. ? ... i \Jr W ' i ' ? ? ' - ? ? I* not in stocK n I r\c.c en trip Jc mailed on rcQUctt ? ''????? jV.-:;'-' THE ^rJEMV OF OREASE ''?' ^^^jM^^!^!©^ Always ask for Thistle Sliirfs and-Pyjamas.. Ml W-^*^^&£^iJ&ft~t '^v Sold in oil leading y jli\m &a...

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Mrs. Charlotte Coade, Stannifer. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

Mrs. Charlotte Coade, Stannifer. Mrs. Charlotte E. Coade, widow of. the late Mr. Thomas Coado, of Stanni'-' fer, passed away on, Monday of.. last' week. She' was; 76 years of 'age1. She breathe.d her last at the residence of her. son, Mr. W. H. Coade, ? of' RbssVstroet, ' .Inveroll. -The late ? Mrs. Coade was born in King's County; Ireland; in 1844, ? and . ? resided -in that country till about the year 1870, when she came to Australia with her husband, the late Mr. Smith. On ar- . rival in' Australia she' and her husband went to ' Queensland, wliore, after a short while, herhusbancl'died.; In 'JSS7, at Stanthorpe, Sir's.' Coade was married to her second' 'husband, - the late' 'Mr. Thomas Coade'; arid for som'6 yeaVs' they resided in various mining localities in Queensland, New -South Wales' and Vic toria. They eventually settled in the Invei^l district over 30' years ago, when the late .Jlr. Coado became man ager of tho Wheat Herbert Tin Mines at Stannifer. ? Tho; late Mr. Coado pr...

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ENTER THE "CATSTEP." New Dance to Dethrone the "Fox Trot" and "Bunny Hug." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

e;nt er the 'catstep:'; NeW. Dance to Dethrone the 'Fox Trot' and 'Bunny Hug;' ,i. . Amongr the terpsichorean novelties in i prospect for the coming season- al'e the 'Cats^ep' and the 'Camel Walk.' de-| signed, to dethrone the ,'Fox- Trot!' and the 'Shimmie,' the 'Bunny Hug,' and I the.. ./-.Wiggle,' loo long; establislied- in ' popular favor, in tlio opinion .. of thu|. New York National Association of Dan cing Masters;. . '.. : ? A.- dancing adept who lias witnessed an exhibition of the 'Catstep' wllich is to be camouflaged witli tlie liighrsourid ing title of 'Polonaise Moderne, attempts ;Uv describe it 'thus:— ... ? i-./Ypii step along- ratlier cautiously for three of four, steps or more, and then I turn to right arid left with equal cau tion.' -. ' ? i As to tho 'Camel Walk,' which in society will — perhaps — be, known as the :F.px :Trpt Artistique, this is tiiucli more complicated.'. The body, is held -very .straight, and a. difficbl't tiallot stei) is in corporated'. ? ' ' ' ...

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LATE TELEGRAMS. Attacked With Tomahawk. CHARGE OF MALICIOUS WOUNDING SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

' LATE . TELEGRAMS. Attacked With Tomahawk. CHARGE OF MALICIOUS WOUNDING SYDNEY. Fridav. George Hens, a vegetable hawker, was found -wandering in the street at Parkes last night carrying a tomahawk, and clad only in a shin. Ho was cover ed in bipod from severe wounds on the heathy..^!?' vj *.,:-.? ??« :»'???:- 'i'i rife ?:,e Hong said ho ?'lkvt-1li^$&!^lt^4Sy*: :a mail with a toiiijitfinjTCK afc-h'ja'g&p&n.^ Subsequently he niadeiiis way dofrn. to'' the town for police assistance. He- was removed to the hospital. ' It is believed his skull is. fractured. The police afterwards arrested a civi lian named Thomas, who later was charged with maliciously wounding Hong. .:,'-. -: :

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RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

RAINFALL. The following rainfall registrations ?were posted up to 9 a.m. yesterday:— Clarence Heads 88, Newcastle 2!3, Grnr ton' CCr Arniidnle 5, Tamworlh 14.

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BOGUS TELEPHONE CALL. Mean Thief's Ruse. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

BOGUS TELEPHONE CALL. Ntean Thief's Ruse. SYDNEY, Friday. About mid-day yesterday Mrs. Greaves, a. resident of Cainpsie, received an urgent', call by telephone, to attend tho Sydney Hospital. She hurried to tbe institution where she was informed that no message had been sent. Upon returning home she discovered that jewellery, including a valuable wristlet watch, and brooches, had disappeared. The theft had evidently been carrried out by someone conversant with the house and its inmates, for he entered toy means of duplicate key, and went to the room from which the articles were taken

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

«i O '* jy znlncy,Ttxa— '* * -'-. ' '' i he older m the tea m« i',«' ' leaves the .more heavily -%Ia I1; .''^ti - t'ley. are loaded with « ^uij, , u - tannin. Tannin is sharp, '' ' ' V i ' t puckery, hard on the /,/./ ,% digestion. You don't is-'w .'- V v want that,'1 do you? fl' iM, '4. V ,-rp, , m ? t _ ' ' 1 ne young, tender ',7/n' s; 'tea-leaves frave the ,,.* ' ^' «' , !rnost real tea - flavor, ' ' ii' i! and almost no tannin. ' ' i fi - , ?» » - i' ' That's the tea you 7 \ ^ want — the cup that -j - cheers, invigorates. ; - . it/ , Bushells is that fine V ; [ tea, and it costs less ' »' ' ' than y4d. ??per cup. It is the cheapest drink f next to water. CASUAL COLUMN. ? Advertisements accompanied by cash fi '.lila column are Insetted a; the rate ol tv 'lne« for XI (minimum two lines, about t words per line), each Fucceedins Una i part thereof, Gd. An additional cbarice ? 1 Set la made for booking. - ! , POSITIONS VACANT. WANTED.— Strong Sulky Pony, 4 to years, must be quiet and...

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CIVIC CIVILITIES. Lord Mayor Replies to Sir T. Henley. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

. CIVIC CIVILITIES. Loj;d Mayor Replies to Sir T. Henley. SYDNEY. Fridav. The Lord Mayor (Aid. Lambert), re ferring to Sir Thomas Henley's declara tion of yesterday, said: 'I really be lieve it would be in tho best interest of tho, city over whose civic destiny I now have the honor to preside, if Sir Thomas Henley -would go .further than nis mere decision not to indict 'his company on me, and find some distant .sphere for his talent for ignoble strife, which as far as I have been able to ascertain, is the sole, talent which this curiously be knishted gentleman has ever exhibited. 'I would pass the matter over alto gether, but for the fact that it gives me an opportunity to express my very great relief at not being called upon to ex tend my official or unofficial htind to a citizen of the type of Sir Thomas Hen ley.' -.- ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

\»v:i$ASf:i£EEN STATED ? ' tlmt nine-tenths ol Children's Ailments. ?'..? -;.??. . 'rise from Stomach' Troubles.- ||^;g|i^,';i^$- BEEN FOUND IIP^ ~'*)'?£t'i- '???'?? '^ '?'? 3, ' Ul:lt 'ilie-lc-'11'lls °' Stomach Troubles .,- -?? T.JjtJii^ '-:'''- V ,\ '?'!,/.-'? ^w ^ ?'?V. : , : ; _ ? Children eat them as readih as niriin.iiv Chocolate. * - ';.. '-.'?-?;?' They do not gripeor constipate, and' are equally good /or grown-ups. ^^,.., lS«l.4.-:«y«ry wher« in Boxet. Free Sample from Laxcttc Co , Melbourne fe^-i ?„,?,'?, ? ___ ? ? ? ? | v(:' .-? ? '? ?:.;.. _ , iv : ..'' _'j T '!'' 'I «/:r '?.?(- ??''?.' ??-___ ' ' ' -? . ?- ?'' ?'' ? v o . 's-.v- ?-. ??:?'.''»'? V''''' . ''' '' ' I iy»',fi^'.;..-.:i ? ? i-E3- a □ I frrla 5°™ H fcl £nB PJV-llt'-l3o'B'nf B B HkH ap*' - 5 ;''/- .a fc»&««L5 is, |p U^WPi &ELr L.B &\l IE I '.'.-.- ENGLAND via DURBAN and CAPETOWN. | V 'Nestor,' 'Ulysses' ... ... ... 16,000 tons. ' | «?-».;..-... ? .. .. ?-.'.- ?? 'Anchises,' 'Aeneas,' '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

Madam C AGNES SYLVIA WILSON, i&iHerkalist and Masseuse, New State Treatment Rooms, : Peel-street, Tamworth. ; Is ? Specialist in the Diseases of the Human System, MACE AND FEMALE, i ' ' MADAM WIljBUiN can prove success' whore others tail. Testliiibnials from grateful patients prove Ifer marveJloua abilit7. Her great eiperlences in many other countries have been' tho'raearis of i-estorlns hundreds of pronpunced hope less cases. Dbnt delay'. Don't waste, time and money any longer , . No more expense of Sydney. ' Madam Wilson's Treatment Rooms have every appointment necessary for the treating of all diseases, and patients com'e to her from . all parts. This Is sufficient evidence of her ability. . Rheumatism;. Chronic, Inflamatory arid .Muscular,' Sciatia, Lumbago, Excema, ?and All Skin Troubles, Fits, Nerve Trou ble, All Lurig and' Chest Troubles, Cata rah, Pllea, Cancer, Bar and Throat' CrpUble, Diabetes and Paralysis, '' Make your appointment to-day. Phone' 39S. ?-?:??? .;.,...

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CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XVI.-(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

CHARMIAN'S LOVERS; By ANNIE HAYNES. \tithor of 'Laily Carew's Secret,' 'Cico ly Vibart'a Love,' 'Footprints ol Fate,' etc., etc. (COPYRIGHT); CHAPTER XVI.— (Continued);' '' Cliiirmian dropped it with a hopeless gesture. Her last -chance was gone. She ;had thought it possible that' Mill! cent Mclntyre might give her some .sub stantial help. Now there was nothing left for her but to raise' as muolr as slic could on her jewels and;.,trust that wltl. time she might satisfy Br-rington's rapa city. She went t.d her case, both ? he husband and her grandfather had at times given her valuable presents, and she had had many je\vfils among lie: wedding presents; all these would hav, to go now, and she had only the haziest idea how to dispose of thenv. Of dni thing she was assured however, selling was very different from buying, sh( would not get half or a' quarter ol their value. Her tears fell' (hick am: fast as she took the1 ' ornaments frohi their eases and filled her bag with them. Then sh...

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GREAT SCHEME DEVELOPING AGRICULTURE IN AMERICA. Financial Help for Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

unCAi DLnCflUc,. DEVELOPING AGRICULTURE IN AMERICA. ^Financial YMfWr. F#Welrs. ' i Mr. Edwin P; Mei;edith,. Secretary of AgricultuVe.'. in, ;th.f United' States; com rherfce's' aW ai-ticfe '-'in' th'e ':ibjbVember 'C'urrfeht' History:,-'-' Witlr the remarkable sentence: /.'In thoi past, seven' and: a lialf years . more: ^has ibeten^accomDlishe^ ' in the , development , p'frl AJm'eficdn ' Agricul ture' than' in' ail'-; tlie' previous,' 'history of the- Government!''- ^-'l -:*? ?'?:???;?;?? In reviewing; the' ;cau.s6s: of, this .great advance Mr;. Meredith ts.tates; (.hat one o£ the greatest '?'statutes' ever'' written, for the ad'vancemetft!'' -b'f r a^n'o'iilture ' was the' 'Cd'-otfeVHtive /Agricultural Extension ^Act of Mayr 8,r iyi4.-..:The' effect .of it is that nearly eve,ry farmer, in 'the Uni ted States, lias ayailabie the 1 services of 'a.'cohiijetent' teacher' oi.'' pi-acticai and s'cientltic1 agi'icultiire; wlio' v/111 -^otb his field' an'd show him imnmvp/l m'^t-hiruia pf-...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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TAMWORTH METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

^.TXMyVOR^H METHODIST CH.URC'H ..ihO'quartprly mooting, .of the Tam worth Methodist Circuit will be held? Hi '^Av^bstrjr .at-tho-Town. Church on WeUneHffsiy night '.next; at: 7' o'clock,-, to ;bo;; preceded,. by the 'local . .preachers' meeting at. 4- p.m.. ' ?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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COAL TRIBUNAL. Victorian Government will not Accept Award. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

;; ;C0AL TRIBUNAL, v V ictprian ebVer.nment will 'not Accept ;..; '', .-.; . ; , Award- \ ;- '. .- ?_.?;. ?.'???r ?'' '?'- 'SIDNEY.' Friday: ? ''?? The ? special' tribunal' under ? theflnxlus triaT Peace-Act' to-day commehcedi the hearing of all claims recently filed by the Australian Coal and Shale Federa tion in Melbourne. The Victorian Go vernment was not reprciHentwl. ? ' ' ; ' After the tribunal- had opened the chairman said that he desired to con cult his colleagues in private. . Mr. ? Robinson, Attorney-General ot Victoria, reforrins to the coal position, said that if Mr. Kibble's tribunal, made 11 new award with special reference to Morwell it would not make any differ ence to the : GpyoMime.'ii of Victoria, which had adopted' a 'stand ..from' which, ?it' would refuse^ to' ibgv«, ?

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