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SLEEPWALKER'S DANGER. Fall on Picket Fence. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
SLEEPWALKER'S DANGER. Fall on Picket Fence. ? ™.°. s'ep while asleep through a .win-' dow,, walk, across a cottage fppf. arid to be awakened fcy falling on to a picket fence below, was the thrilling experience of George.; Sharps, of Mongarlowe, near Braid\ypqd. , SKarpe went to his district town and put up at the Court pouse Hotel. ? The window of his bedroom looks out over tllG rOOr of n nntia'ern. nt- *Wa *-n«ii. ? .i _o .. — '*? *v v.«n.«^c -il liiu iiuriii enu or the hotel.. At an early hour in the morning, while still . asleep, he left his' uea and stepped from the window on to Wneiirro0rt°i0£ thG cottaee- Still asleep he fan n^ ?JT?a .tlle *loms roof int0 svaoe, W S ^ fe-2t On t0 the P'clcet fence be rmmn»a T' t'nately' the Pickets were nnVn t / at the top instead of being were ntand,h1 inJUfieS' though, serious havl Seen! aS the*™-»W otherwise He was removed to tho hksnitnl rtoSach'w''18 f0Und tUat 'is «^»d
LOSS OF TRADE. BRITISH PRICES BADLY BEATEN. Demand for Anti-Dumping Bill. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
LOSS OF TRADE. , BRITISH PRICES BADLY BEATEN. Demand for Anti-Dumping Bill. (United Service.) LONDON SUuidiij Germany is making desperate efforts to capture the overseas nnrXtts She is flooding England with a deluge of cheap goods of the most vaued debciip Uons at half the British prices. Tho position in home industries has become most acute. The handicap of the differ ence in exchange is smashing factories which were induced to make spcci il of forts to capture trade in war time, but wnich are now being underuold and for ced to close down. ?— Criticism is growing in regard to the policy of the Government -in not cheek ing imports, which is now resulting m the unemployed ranks being ' swelled each month as industry after industry is hit. , Representatives of 30 or 40 key in dustries have forwarded a mass o£ evi dence to the Board of Trade. An anti dumping bill is likely to be introduced in Parliament in February. A compari son in the price of gas mantles shows English 60/, German 36...
NORTHERN RAILWAY PICNIC. To be held at Muswellbrook. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
NORTHERN RAILWAY PICNIC. ' To be held at Muswellbrook. The annual meeting ..in connection with, the railway employees, picnic, Tamworfli— Manilla, Ba'rraba-^Sihgle.ton ?section was .held at the classroom, Mur rurundi on Wednesday riigtit liist. Mr. J, C. Wolff (Vice:President) was in the cliair, and, there were also present Mes srs. T. Holt, A. Lan'sdbwne, H. B. Pais ley. A'. Wilson. P. C. Bottrill, H. Meek D. Griffiths, P. A. Beneke, 11. Wagner E. O'Sulliva'n A. Page, P. Gogarty, w! and H. Holden, E. Jackson, A. Rilmnra E. Davis, — Byron, G. Armstrong, C. Holt, and W. O. Conway, T)jJB'.,P!.'--'ces.l proposed', for, the.. holding of tlie picnic were Mus,wollbrook,- Tarn worth, and QuiKindi.-amW upon a ballot being taken. Uie'~voUng favored Mus wellbrook, The date was fixed, for March 5 The election of officers resulted as follows: — , /President: Messrs. Wolff and Coriway were nominated, the latter being elect Two Vice-presidents for Murruhindi Messrs. Wolff nnd Griffiths; elected u...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
£ ' CHEAP QUEENSLAND CATTLE. «$_. ' 150 MILES OVER BORDER. s? *? ~~ ' ? . '' ? ' ' ' ';'?' ? SB0 irW^iTC 2 t0 8 years- Good quality and condiUon.' In calf to' '. nereiuKi Hulls. &b. ? . ? . *??'?? t4S0 ^ULO^S- 3 and 4 years- Station bred, one brand. Splendid. Quality » Extra well grown, forward to .fat. Durham-Hereford cross. Never been inl P-0 MIXED SEXES 12-14 months. One brand, Station bred. Shorthorn-Red *m OT^TSii^P « 1ualltv. well-grown. In good condition. £4/10. 350 STEERS, 1_ to 2 years. Shorthorn, and Shorthorn-Hereford Cross Well ^ grown, good quality, splendid order. £6/10. ISO STEBRiS, 16 to 18 months, Shorthorns and Shorthorn-Hereford cross Good quality, and condition. £5. [ GARVIN AND COUSENS, LTD., TAMWORTH. ; CHAMPION DAIRY HERD. ; , - ; -tow '£ ' OFFERING E1OR IMMEDIATE PRIVATE SALE. 20 COWS, in full mMc, at £10/10^ 'm**- !~ 5 ''?'*? ? ? 10 DRY COWS and HEIFERS, 3 years.' £8. ' ' ' '' ' * ' ^ (Separator arid Cans by arrangement). ' ? T A^ Beautiful lot of Co...
BRITISH TRADE RETURNS. Large Increase in 1920. (Reuter's Telegram.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
.^British Trade returns. -Large Increase in 1920. ? y ,:; . ' (Renter's Telegram.) . . .' LONDON, Saturday. The .Board of Trade returns show that- the imports for December amount ed to £142,665,254, showing a decrease ; of £26,817,392, as compared with De cember, 1919; The exports were £9.6;63(M-2?, . an increase of £5772,290. ? The' imports for 1920 increased £310, 685,908, and. exports £536,930,665, as compared T/ith 1919. ' Tho decrease of imports in December ?was chiefly due to 'a drop of £24,157,396 . ' in raw materials and unmanufactured articles, whereas food, drink, and to bactd decreased £6,379,445, -and manufactured articles ; increased £3,617,292. ?- '
INTERSTATE CRICKET. N.S.W. v. South Australia. HOME TEAM DOES WELL. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
INTERSTATE CRICKET. N.S.W. v. South Australia. HOME TEAM DOES WELL. o . ADELAIDE, Sunday. gouui aii; tralia resumed their Shot field Shiolt: -content with New South Wales, on tho Adelaide Oval- yesterday. It. ia the first time for many a divy that this .State lvns disyjsed of such d strong, combination for so small a totai. And, when Stcolo and hio men met. yesterday morning, they expressed confidence of 'being able to secure, at least a fir.sMn nings lead — a ' somewhat irare ».ocigivr rence for the State. 'Ambler's ?ffrigcrs were still bandaged up, and he seemcdr to have' had a very close call from a/ serious accident. 'Whilty also had a I ?hand Ibandr.ged, and unfortunately in his case-, the injury was so serious as ! to necessitate two stitches being put in | the webbing between the first and se cond fingers of his bowling hand, which was badly split. It is doubtful if he will bo able to further bowl in the match. Severe heat was again experienced, and some of the visitors were ...
"COMPETITIVE CRIME." Mr. Asquith Blames Administration. LONDON, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
'COMPETITIVE CRIME.' Mr. Asquith Blames Administration. (Router's Telegram). LONDON, December 7. Mr. Asxiuith, addressing a conference of University Liberals, declared thai Ireland had been suffering from 'short- sighted and cold-blooded administrative, tyranny,' but he . belied t'l.e policy of reprisals was dead, and after an inter lude of barbarism and competitive crime recalling the worst achievements of the nndiRiit iinri modern Hun, it had at length occurred to the,, rulers that it might be worth while to consult the constitutionally elected representatives of the Irish people. It was oven said that these representatives 'were, going to be allowed to meet. .
IRELAND'S TROUBLES. Twelve Months' Record. LIST OF CASAULTIES. Police, Military and Civilian Figures. LONDON, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
IRELAND'S TROUBLES. Twelve Months' Record. - LIST OF CASAULTIES. Police, Military and Civilian Figures. (Router's Telegram). LONDON, December 7. An olllctal statement regarding 'seri- ous outrages' in Ireland in 1920 men tions the destruction of 68 court houses, 50J. .yacat.e.d and 23 occupied barracks. ..;lj»ids!')£)9ij:oh mails, 46 on coast guard station's and lighthouses, 2801 for arms. ,, !- 'Casualties: Police. 165 killed and 225 wounded; soldiers, 54 killed and 118 wounded; civilians, 43 killed and 103 wounded. The last named figures do not include casualties (luring the Ulstor riots in June and September.
WHISKY TORPEDOES. CLEVER SMUGGLING TRICK IN U.S. Accidental Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
\ WHISKY TORPEDOES. ' ~ ? ' ? 'I CLEVER SMUGGLING TRICK IN U.S. ._ j ; j Accidental Discovery. Torpedoes laden with whisky, and fir ed from Canadian waters to the Araeri enn side or the Groat Lakes, is Hie latest device for evading the dry laws in the United States. ... Discovery of the trick was made by Major A. V. Dalrymple. Prohibition In Bpector for the State of Illinois, Indiana, Winsconsin, and Michigan. Cruising in a revenue cutter along the .shore of Lake Michigan, near Chicago, with the idea of getting a little relief from the stifling heat ol tne cuy. i'« major had his attention directed to two men in a motor boat, far out on the water ,who appeared to he wrestling with a. monstrous fish. . 'What do ye make of that major? questioned the captain of the cutter, rub bing his eyes and, handing his hinocula tors to the inspector. ' 'Looks as if they'd caught a porpoise or a cod, only such critters don't live in the fresh water of inland seas, so far as I know.' , Major Dalrympl...
HUNTING WILD ELEPHANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
I HUNTING WILD ELEPHANTS. 5503 ^_^_— BiUigama. the largest decoy elephant In Ceylon, recently- ran wild aftei Sampling its keeper to death. Deocy elephants are used for the purpose of subjugating wild elephants after the lat ter have been driven into a stockade 1 in the jungle. , ? The following article describes the process of capture and subjugation. 'Visitors are reminded that the ob ject of the kraal is to catch elephants atid that their presence in no way con tributes to this result.' Such was one of the' rather discourag ing rules anfl regulations issued recent ly when an elephant kraal 'was announo : ? ed to take place in the North-West Pro vince of Ceylon. Kraals are rarely held nowadays, and Is Te was great competition for the pri vilege of being allowed to. attend the actual driving of thle elephants into the stockade. , Preparations for a- kraal are elabo rate. 'In this case, sC suitable site for f the stockade in the heart of the jungle was iirst selected and beaters wer...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
FUNERAL NOTICE. The friends of the late Henry Price, of Wallamore, West Tamworth, are kindly invited to attend his funeral to move from , the District Hospital at 3 o'clock, this day (Monday), for the Presbyterian Cemetery, West Tam- worth. ROLLINGS & ROBINSON, Funeral Directors. &nbsp; RETURN THANKS. MR. and MRS. C. ARMSTRONG, Goo- noo Goonoo, tender their sincere thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Proudfoot, also all kind friends and relatives for letters, tele- grams, wreaths, and cards of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement.
WOOLBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 10 January 1921
WOOLBROOK. A cricket match was played on New Year's Day between a Tamworth New State team and combined Woolbrook and Walcha. Woolbrook men were not over sanguine at the close of Tam- worth's first innings, but hope soon rose to a feeling of certainty when Nivison and Hogno became set, and some high class cricket, both from opponents and the home team, followed. Hogno al- lowed a ball to roll back on his wicket and was out after scoring 40 odd. Nivi- son later on, after making over the century, was cleverly caught by Mc- Gregor. Scott at the wicket's showed &nbsp; that he has not forgotten how to hold a ball. Woolbrook won by an innings and some runs. It is probably the most en- joyable game ever played at Woollbrook. The tennis match on Monday was an eye-opener to the visitors, who lost to the Woolbroolrites. At tennis it will take something of the best to beat the pick of Woolbrook players on their own court. What other New State tennis, players are prepared to try for the ...