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

^ —------— ? Ml - ?- ? ~_. ? ?^,1 . ? ? ; ? . I S Pieserving Jars ;? rj PRESERVE YOUR OWN FRUIT i:j \ AND' SAVE MONEY. ' 'j 1 ? — * ' || 1 l» i 1 ' I \ ' ! , , 1/ Inu 4 .\.ii i i A great saving is effected hy Preserving yc)Jriow»T Fruit; then ! again you will always have it by you when wanted, and being ( I home-made it will be much mo e appreciated than if bought in tins. 1 I We liave the right Jars at the right Price. ! | Signal, Wide-mouth, I Quart, 12/6 dozen l\ Mason, Narrow-Mouth, 2 Quart, 14/6 dozen i Dandy Jars, Screw Top, I Pint, 6/ dozen ' .[ Straight Jars, Screw Top, I Pint, 5/6 dozen. j I CHARLES REGAN LIMITED, I- PALACE OF TRADE, ' t tj,ri, , ? | ? i »;r .;: :;- „ ' « 1 Happy Mew Year to All ! ' We take this opportunity of Wishing a Splendid New Year to all. May it ,:.;.'. : be a Prosperous and a Happy One. ... : - ^During the forthcoming New Year; as in the past, we will endeavor to ? still deserve your .custom, by maintaining the present High Quality j of Our Goods,, ...

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 — 8 January 1921

Jj/^ CHEAP FARM. EASY TERMS. V 2SII^El^;CJ:'.'jr.'Jii^:\r;^0' REQUIRED. ..??.;.', ? '?,?:?' . . ?; 1200- ACRES. C.P. an& C.I..- Four niilcs from Gunnedah. 800 acres Wheat Laud .-. .-. ..,, v;. of .-which .400lacres have been cleaved . for plough.' r Balance low grazing ? *, ridges. All ringbarked except 300 acres. Boundary .' practically' wire ? ?'?^?'i;/-'rietted;; Subdivided into six paddocks. Watered by, good permanent . *f;- v--welln,. fitted with, windmill . and troughing. Price, . £2/7/6 per acre, ? ' , r... , present title. Terms/ £600 Cash, balance can remain on mortgage on ??-.-.? '..easy terms. £700 of which is secured to the Government Savings Bank ?-??''*?-;!, *-,V-, ,iof..-N.S.W,., for 30 years. We recommend this property to' ???intending j:t''ii. ...purchasers of Wheat Growing Land. ??..-..?.? -JJARYIN AND COUSENS, LTD., TAMW0RT1L ivi4, ? CHAMPION DAIRY HERD.-v ... r ,.,- ._'.- -£i ' . : , OFFERING IJOR IMMEDIATE PRIVATE &AlJ3;V^^^;rft- ?.;;VJT/ »^fe£ r...

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

:f;-;^.:' '.;' .CRiciKEt ;.;;;;'; .' Slrigloton ;C.C. ..defeated Liverpool ' /.Plain's Association' at Howe . Park, Sin ?'' pleton. by 2'i5 runs. The' home' team . sjepyed .285 for nine wickets and declared. ' T)bub}e figure scorers were:' R. Fawcott ?:' a'3V'B'. Cameron 40, C. Morrissey 54,' G. ?'?' 'Fa-ivp^.t. 47, W.' Hickson 14, A. D. Barton ' ar^JjC-pjglit not but S3', R. Ea'tlier 11;, N. FiiuUtner . BQt out 11.' Liverpool Plains compiled' 70 (K. Kennedy H, p- Camp ' :«ell.i:6,:P'.. G.Pryorlu). , . ?, ?.': '.' ''?' Tlic flrst sra'dp coiiipetilibn Jiialclios /?'.?rjesjiiiue'' tpVdaiy. the. Soldiers^ play Stand-. -? '. a'rd's, on-'lhe.'Ovii,!,- and. ??as 'Tiibst;: :6f««hfl«- ' ' regi^lai-s' : are jigain playing '?sbriid'-feood!'. ' cri'Cket will' be looked for. ,. ??' 'Tne. secretary of the ?Tain worth Dis ;1,r)ct. Cricket Unioiv v/f.l be pleiised to .. frc'a'r- from. any' country' club, competing in' the seVonct grad'e competition, who, owirigvtb'iiarvesting,, carinoi; yet put a ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. Rifle Shooting. GLEN INNES ANNUAL SHOOT. Armidale Takes the Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

; 'spoking,.-- k* Njfeft- :*..?':?. -?-?.-,..:!,,? ^ riM *J0 'Riflfr Shootihg. ; ^ \y« GLEN INNES ANWJAL SHOOT., ? J . ' Armitlale Takes tlfe- C»p; ^ 1 ?-. -- ?? jrheGicnlnnos tti(h\ Club licld 'its- an nual shoot on Monday, last. Between 90 nritl-'ioo rtriflfehiori1 were' present l'roni' various .parts of ..the State imU Queens land.- Tlie; day was 'fine, but the. strong ? ??-? glare.of the sun and the choppy, tricky ?r:\ nature. oi the wind .were |not favorable ?, ; toliigh scoring. ; -.','. ??,?;'. .'.Eleven teams competed in the Central ;; .New England, Challenge Cup, which was .,?'. , iwp'ri by Arniidale, with Murmrundi sec ;., . qndandjenterfield, third. A. T. Huntley ? : (Mur'rururidi) and A. S. Spencer (Moree) .-;'.'. tied vfpr the Ogilvie Challenge Cup with .,, ,-, a score of. 99. Huntley winning the, shoot off tiyjnne. point. [ ... The 'Xollbwing is a. list of, the principal ??.. ??winners:'— THE CENTRAL NEW ENGLAND , ? -. ., : ? : CHALLENGE GUP. (Teams.)' . Armidale: Capt...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr Richard Fleming, Inverell. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

Mr. Richard Fleming, Inverell.     Mr. Richard Fleming, of River Street,   Inverell, expired in the early hours of Wednesday morning last week, at the age of 77 years. He was born in Tip- perary, Ireland, in the year 1843. In 1863 he sailed for Australia, landing in New South Wales in the same year. Im- mediately after his arrival he proceeded to Willow Tree, in the Quirindi dis- trict, and engaged there in mining pur-   suits. He settled on a property at Gum Flat about 1885. He worked the farm     for about 34 years and then, in conse- quence of ill health, went to live in re- tirement in Inverell, leaving his pro- perty to be worked by his sons. In 1872, at Quirindi, he was married to Miss Mary Costello, and his wife and seventeen children survive him. Two children pre-deceased him. The children who survive are: Mes- srs. Richard (Delungra), Jack (Bland-     ford), James (Copeto...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mrs. Margaret Eddy, Little Plain. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

Mrs. Margaret Eddy, Little Plain.   The late Mrs. Margaret Eddy, relict of   the late Mr. P. B. Eddie, of "Eddy Park," Little Plain, who passed away on Tuesday afternoon of last week, was 74 years of age, and had been in feeble health for the past two years. The late Mrs. Eddy was a native of Inverness, Scotland, and was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ferguson. When nine years old she came to Australia with her parents, and for a short while lived in Maitland. Lat- er on her father decided to follow agri- cultural pursuits, and the family settled on a property in the Armidale district. At Armidale, about the year 1867 she was married to Mr. John Finlayson, of that   centre. From Armidale Mr. and Mrs. Finlayson moved to a property in Queens- land, in the Rockhampton district, where, after about six years, Mr. Finlayson died. There were three sons of the first marriage: Messrs C. A. Finlayson (In- verell), W. G. Finlayson (Rob Roy), and J. K...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE ISLAND FARM." [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 8 January 1921

"THE ISLAND FARM." The attention of dairymen and wheat farmers is directed to the forthcoming sale by auction as advertised in this issue when "The Island Farm" will be sold on behalf of the trustees of the late R. S. Pigott. This farm comprises ex- cellent lucerne land and is equipped with dairy, bails, etc. There is rich alluvial land on thePeel River, which is a per- manent stream, and the balance of the farm is splendid wheat land ready for ploughing. A railway siding is on the   property and the farm is distant 8 miles from Tamworth. The sale is being con- ducted by Garvin and Cousens Ltd., in conjunction with Messrs. Lowcock and King.          

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 — 8 January 1921

-?yirtiUMi.! II ? ' - ? AUCTION SALES., v. ?? - , ON EXTREMELY LIBERAL TERMS. ;! *THE VALLEY' AND OLD 'COOLOOTAI' STATIONS, '?? AT SCHOOL OF ARTS, WARIALDA, I WEDNESDAY, 19th JANUARY, 1921, AT 2.30 P.M. : tlie Walker' Trustees to bffer these well-known Properties:— L , ? '??. 'THE °VAL_EY.'-34 miles from Warialda. Area 74703 acres Freehold. Un dulating to hilly .country o£ basaltic formation, chiefly black soil, heavy i:'S* hiEh-olass wool growing, and fattening, splendidly watered by sub ; ?^^Jto-fdfw'iid-^lS (fltted^lth. oil engines or windmills), 'large \:- ;. supply tanks and troughirig, also by three dams. . ?:-; IMPROVEMENTS- Good: Homestead, 9 rooms (lit with electricity), connected ;? -m% tSephone, water laid on, dairy, stable^ ' -thin* ^tatached .- icoUasres lor; : statton employees, all necessary outbuildings;!, good- w-ottlslieil,u fitted a with; 9; !? - : v machines' and 4 h.p. steam engine, sheep yards, sheoplLdipu^hearHraf . huts.| :! -'i; Ringbarked and dead timber bu...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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'Sleepy Hiccoughs." MANY DEATHS IN FRANCE. LONDON. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

'Sleepy Hiccoughs.' ; MANY DEATHS IN FRANCE. (Published in 'The Times.') LONDON. Sunday. 'The Times' Paris correspondent viies An alaiming fresh outbreak of lethaigic encesphalitis is sweeping over ! Fiance A numbei of deaths are re potted ,u Maihcllllcs and Douai. Medi cal men die inclined to accept the epide mical theoiy.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTRALIA DISPUTE. DEADLOCK CONTINUES. Rumors of Special Constables. Warning to Government. PERTH, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

WESTRALIA DISPUTE. DEADLOCK CONTINUES. Rumors of Special Constables. '? Warning to Government. PIORTiH, Saturday. ' There was a deadly calm in the strike atmosphere today, but it is feared that this presages a storm. The conference between the parties, which broke up without result yesterday afternoon, was not resumed last night, because a mes sage sent by the Government to tho Disputes .Committee so uncompromis ingly stated the Government's tletermi' nation to adhere to the Arbitration Court, that the Disputes Committee con s'idered a further conference useless at the moment. To-day the Cabinet sat for several hours. The Disputes . Committee also met and adjourned till Tuesday. Asked why Tuesday and not .Monday, Mr. MoCallum shrugged his shoulders. Obviously tho Trades Hall believes tiiere will be something doing on Monday which' will require the attention of mem bers to the exclusion of the considera tion of a settlement. All sorts of rumors are afloat, but II Uie Government inten...

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British Unemployment. LABOR HOLDS ALOOF. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

British Unemployment; LABOR HOLDS ALOOF. f v ' (United Service.) I ? LONDON. Sunday. K The VMail' states that the Government g is dropping the commissions for unem- i ployment and ., trade, depression as the La- i bor Party refuses to co-operate with the I former.. '...;: g

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Fatal Indian Riots. LONDON, Sunday. I [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

;.:'.. .'/Fatjlbidian Riots. (Reuter's Telegram.) *? - : ?' .-.;?? LONDON, Sunday.' Router's ' Allahabad correspondent wires: .A mob attempting to loot the Forsaiganj bazar was held off by armed police. Eventually the latter were com pelled to. fire, killing four and wounding (wo.

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GERMANY THE DEFAULTER. Delegates to Allied Conference. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

' GERMANY THE DEFAULTER. ''Delegates to Allied Conference. - (Reuters Telegram). ' v LONDON. Saturday. . Mr. Lloyd George arid Viscount Cur i son will represent Britain at the Con ference of the Allied Premiers which will be held1 on January 19 to discuss Germany's failure to disband' her self defence organisations.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Glut of Coal in France. RESULT OF SPA DELIVERIES. LONDON , Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

Glut of Coal in France. RESULT OF SPA DELIVERIES. (Reuter's Telegram.) I ? ijuiMuijiv, ftunuay. Tteuter's Paris correspondent wires,:! The plui of coal in France is partly ow ing to. the unexpected German fulfilment of deliveries under the Spa agreement. The Government was greatly surprised and bad previously bought heavily in America and ^njland. Them are now 13,000,000 'tons {???-n?d. A subslantial r?tluction in price is an- I nminccd, and American imports -were sold at 70 francs in consequence of (lie surplus.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial Centralisation. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

Commercial Centralisation. Wherever factories have been estab lished in the country districts of New Sduth Wales and Victoria^ has been noticed that local traders have been unable to secure the product of tho lofeal factory except through. Sydney or Melbourne wholesale houses.'' This 'has bejen the experience of several boot fac tories in New South Wales,, and of ac Icjist- two -woollen mills in Victoria. The same peculiarity was noticed years ngo in connection with, the now extinct country jam arid pickle industries. It , is* hard enough to establish new manu £4cturing industries in the country dis tricts in the -face of differential railway rates; and the fact that the products ot these industries ha.ve to be hauled hundreds of unnecessary miles to Syd ney- and tlren hauled back again does n6t make the fight any easier. tin the case ,of one country woollen mill in, Victoria the capital of the com pany was put up by a number ot local storokepers, who naturally thought that they wou...

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Father O'Flanagan Again. INTERVIEWS LLOYD GEORGE. LONDON, Sunday. I [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

Father O'Flanagan Again. INTERVIEWS LLOYD GEORGE. (Iteutor's Telegram.) LONDON, Sunday. It transpires that -Father O'Flauagaty the Sinn Fein leader,' recently conferred with Mr. Lloyd George in London. . It is stated that while no special sig nificance is attached to the Flanagan Lloyd George meeting 'it is considered that Father O'Flanagan is a helpful in termediary between the moderate Sinn Feiners and the Government.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

SPECIAL FORECAST. Eor the Northern Tablelands and Noith and North-Western Slopes, sup Plldd to 'The Northern Dally Leader' by, the State Meteorologist, from the latest figures available each afternoon. i ,- Hot and sultry, with east to nor therly winds. Some scattered thun. deratorm8 later. i ? - - THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. ! MONDAY, JANUAEY 10; 1921. ?

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATIONMASTERS' ASSOCIATION. Move for Better Salaries. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

STATIONMASTERS' ASSOCIATION. Move for Better' Salaries. SYDNEY, Sunday. Tho newly-formed Stationnuisters and Night Officers' Associatipn, now waiting for registration, intends to start a vigorous campaign in the interests ol its members. Its programme Includes a move for higher salaries and a 'It hour week. ?' ???? |

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

PERSONAL. '''' ?Mr. T. C. Barry, steward of TnmworUi Club has restenod after four years' sor vlco. Ho has been ronnrntcd with all sports. in Tamwerlh and was president of tho ICast Tiimworlh Football Club. Ho is a keen follower , of racirit;, arid racqd Philander, who won at t.he last Tamworth meetin?. M'-Birry is leav ing on account of the hivi'th or his wife nnd daughter. His suctcs-ior iss Mr.. Harry Coleman. . ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATEST Next Test Match. ENGLISH PRESS OPTIMISTIC. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921

THE LATEST ? ? — - — : — *T ? ^?*I Next Test Match. , . ? ' ; ENGLISH PRESS OPTIMISTIC. ? ' : . . J (United Service). LONDON, Sunday. iu« yress i.s uuiiunenung Hopefully on England's chances next Friday if the weather is fine, The 'Observer' 'expects England to1 win the toss by the law of averages. It thinks that Trumble's suggestion is sound and would like to see it' adopted in tests and country matches, although the luck would probably level up. In a loiTg series of England versus Austra lia matches it would be well to elimin ate as far as possible tho. important element of luck dependent upon the toss.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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