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INTERSTATE CRICKET. LIVELY DISPLAY OF BATTING. Centuries by Bardsley and Taylor. ADELAIDE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
INTERSTATE CRICKET. LIVELY DISPLAY OF BATTING. Centuries by Bardsley and Taylor. ADELAIDE. Mondn.v. Delightful conditions prevailed this morning . when tho Inter-State game be tween New South Wales and South Australia was continued at Adefciide. Whltty was again absent. The slow bowler, Smith, continued ' the attack, and was faced by Bogle. The batsman got a fourer through cover, and then a single. However, he met trouble when he opposed illichardson, as off the lat ter s lirst ball there was a unanimous appeal for leg before, which was grant ed. ... Taylor beyan to force tile pace from the start, and got Richardson to leg boundary or four. Runs cjiiie freely,1 and while Taylor displayed a distinct' liking for Richardson, BardsTey helped himself to' a couple of fourers at the ex pense of Smith. Inside a quarter of an hour Taylor was 25, and one fine square cut to the fence gained' him applause. Wlfen he dragged 'Smith to square lejj for another four ? the crowd was en. raptured. AVi...
DRIVING WITHOUT LIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
DRIVING WITHOUT LIGHTS. William Thomas Vial, Traffic Inspec tor foi the Municipality ',pf Tamworth, I loceeded against Mehry' Biele'feia 'at the Tamwoith Police Court yesterday for having dnven a sulky in1: Brisbatie St-eet at ^7 43 p.m. on December io last ? without displaying a light on the driv ing side of the vehicle:1 'Defendant' was' fined 15/ md 5/C! costs.' For ? dfiving ? a' motor lorry without' displaying a' 'rear' light at 8.35 p.m- on December 14' in1 Peel Stieot Tamworth, JohnCarnifchaei rtis fined IV- '?' '' ';
LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
LICENSING COURT, At the Tamworth Licensing Court, yesteiday, before' Messrs.' W. M' Fi'h-! cl.a-m PM j. Denning, J.P; and R. A Stanfield J.P., the following- renew als were gi anted: Francis McLeod Don ald Post Oif ice B'otel, Tamworth; Einlly Afla JBurr, Royal1 SfandArd 'flotei; Wea-: hbnga; Thomas John' Treloar 'and George Nankervis, both of Tamworth, .Colonial wine ? licenses. ' .''.,?
GREEKS AND TURKS. Big Preparations For War. LONDON, Sunday. J [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
GREEKS AND TURKS. \ Big Preparations For War.. (Router's Telegram.) ''?'.' LONDON,- Sunday. ueuter's Constantinople correspondent: wires: A Greek force is strongly recon-l noitring the Brusa region without orders from the -Supreme Council. Apparently the object is. to show that the advent of Constantine has net affected The de pendability of the Greek troops. Various reports confirm tlie rumor, that ihe Kemalists are preparing an early of fensive, apparently against. Smyrna. All men up to the age of 46 are mobilising. Big concentrations ol' troops are ro u-rted in the. interior of Asia Minor.
HARDING'S HUN POLICY. Immediate Resumption of Peace. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
' HARDING'S HUN POLICY. Immediate Resumption of Peace. (Published in 'Tho, Times.') LONDON, Sunday. 'The Times' Berlin correspondent wires: The Pross publishes an alleged s-?mi-omcii\l statement respecting Sena tor Harding's policy towards Germany. 'In March the American Congress will meet in special session, and declare an immediate resumption of peace with eGr niany, together with the withdrawal of ihe American troops, and the resumption of trade relations.' The newspapers are delighted, but are .?.ware that French' troops wi'-- replace the withdrawal of, the Americans.'
ELECTRIFIED SEED. English Farmer's Rich Results. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
ELECTRIFIED SEED. English Farmer's Rich Results. An experiment in methods of electri WieMshasleen tried this harvest in Oxfordshire by Captain Dashwood at Manor Farm. Duns Tew, will, remark .Mall') (SayS Ule London 'Daily .Captain Dashwood showed to a 'Daily Hall representative corn-nelds which ST s°w,n b?'h with electrified and wiiiX'i f^6'-. *-°™ grown from seed rt r^ww0,611 eIcctrlfied is much lon stroneer ' cr stem and looked much taln-nhthl-ma]OrUy 0E °ases'' Silid Cap tain Dashwood, 'the heads of treated seed are much larger. vIpM !P''ocoss sreatly , increases the yeld anu provides, better seed for fu fe,P,anilnfB- U redUC0S riskof wil' coTt r oflmgoW diseases-nil at a cost of a few shillings an acre' '?' :
ALLEGED THEFT OF SADDLE. Accused Discharged. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
ALLEGED THEFT OF SADDLE. I Accused Discharged.--'' Cyril. Matthew Thompson appeared at the Tamworth Police Court yesterday, to answer a charge of having stolen, on or aboul July '30 last, at Tannvorth, a riding saddle oi the value of £8/8,- the property of Edmund John Mason. Mr. R. j. O'Halloran appeared for the defendant. . .. Edmund John Mason, a laborer, said that about aiarchjjast he secured a loUn or £2 from ArtTiur Afason, and left the saddle as security. The saddle produced in Court was the samp, hnf nio ooiit had been renewed. Some time later ho Saw the saddle on a horse in Peel-st' Tamworth. The horse belonged to Livingstone Holton. So far as witness was concerned his son' Darrell had per ussion to use tho saddle. By Mr. O'Halloran: Witness' son had since told him. that he had lent the saddle to Thompson, and had got It L'Zl wr-ilUr MaS0'n-s WlHapd-room.-He so^p^Sy^6 lOOkln*^ Thomp, Accused admitleif that ho left the ^wLr^ga^'2810116. HrtUmwaS .p',Ov-inStare Slusher toBpaea...
EARLY MORNING CHASE. Arrest at Ultime. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
.... EARLY MORNING CHASE. Arrest at Ultimo. . «,.'.... .. ? SYDNEY, -Monday. u. . , . pOllce 1-al1'01 W!ls Solas alon^ 'rv'Vh ''eOt- Ultimo, in a motor ca! lSvta?fh m?rnin'' Ulpy saw' -two men ohn Pnn° ?00,rwny of Ine-proml,™ of oracer,,lTnS;ham and ^^ny. The i'Tn ,» g °d fl-Om lh0 cnr' and .start 'entually captured by Sw-parl h oy',,bllt, lh0 oth°™ «»PPed into a 5l V1001,' oC whIch was open. 3K thG 'oor artep llIm' llnd M to im-n1' .g- am'ri P'-e'n'ses were found 10 we bepn broken open. -
SPORTING. Cricket [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
/SPORTING. - Cricket. Winton encke-t loam journeyed to Boctive on Satuid.ij last and placed the return match with Bective 'Station'; victory again resting with the Station team, by 68 runs on the first innings. The scores were as follows: BDCTIVE — rirst Innings P Isaacs, c JFulwood, b.J. E. Pulwood 0 A. Halliday, b Brit Fulwood . . .. 15 A MolUit, c A fiyor, b J E Tulwood 1 Hi . Colquhoun, c A. Pryor, ,b-,T.:E; r Pulwood ' C8 r Tostei 1 b w , b But Tulwood 13 G Beuy, b But^Pulwood . 13 A lieiry, b But Fulwood 6 P Br-idj, c A Pi you b J Fulwood 0 II Blown, b J Fulwood 2 S Rffiey, b But ruhvood i R i uluood. not out 1 Sundiic ' 11 Total * J lSi Bowlinj; D Fulwood, 2 wickets Ioi °i- 111ns, H Fulwood, 0 foi 17,, But rulwood, 5 fot 33, J Fulv.oodJ'3 Tor 31. ' WINTON —rust Intimgs B-it Fulwood, b H Brown 'ii A Piyoi, 'b T Foster 7 P Jen 101, h o.\/ , b. H Biown ?- 3 0 f Fulwood b R Colquhoun i C Campoell, b R Colquhoun 0 T Fulwood, c and'b R Colquhoun 6 T Bashfoul, c Jeffrey, b R Colquho...
NEWS OF THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
MWS OF THE NORTH, . BOGG-ABRI.— Whilst returning home during the. recent holidays, Mr. S. G. Rumble had the misfortune 'to be thrown, out of a sulky and sustained a broken leg. He is now on the mend. ? The Boggabri Hospital treated twice the av.e-rnjje annual number of patients last year, and consequently incurred a bigger expenditure than usual. The committee had a big struggle to pull' the 1 institution' through, and did very well I indeed In coming through the lean year I with a deficit of less than £40. The annual meeting is to be held on the 18U1 I in'st., when it is hoped there will be' a I revival of public interest In the institu tion. ' 1 . URATJLA. — At a meeting of the Show Comrnittea, the' 'resignation- ?of Mr. A T Ford was accepted with regret. It was decided to put down, a new high jump, and to erect. a frame for a luncheon booth: It was reported that the work Df erecting the pavilion was proceeding smoothly, and : a progress payment of £250 was made to the contractor....
TELEPATHY AND AUCTION BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
' ' ' S' TELEPATHY AND AUCTION, : /. BRIDGE. 'No;' said' an experienced 'bridge player, 'nothing .would induce me to play for high points against a husband and wife as partners.'- (Writes A. E. Manning, in the London- 'Daily Mail.')' -'Why not?'. I asked 'in the innocence or my heart. ? . , ? ('Well,' he said, 'I believe in tele pathy. /Two people' who know each other well, who are'in sympathy, en rap port, can, in my opinion, undoubtedly communicate by other means than by word oi' mouth.' The observation set me thinking. I recalled numerous cases in my experi ence of husbands and wives who had been extraordinarily successful as ' part ners at auction bridge. 'It is no fun for us to play against one another,' they had said when we sat down to play. 'Do you mind hiking us on?' We had agreed and almost invariably they had won. ' v There war, no suspicion of unfair play or secret codes or convention's. The' fact remained that in the majority of cases the declaration of the one had happ...