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PROFITEERING. THE NEW LAW. Main Provisions of the Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921
PROFITEERING. » — ? ? THE NEW LAW. Main Provisions of the Act. . ? - It is expected that the Profiteering Prevention Act, recently passed, by Par liament, will be put into operation al most immediately. ; The Act has not yet been assented to but this final seal of the new law nui, now be affixed by the Governor at any ? There is little .doubt that Judge Beeby will be appointed President of the Pro fiteering Prevention Court. His Honb? will also probably continue to discharge the duties of President of the' Board of Trade. The expiry of the Necessary Commodities Commission will free Judgc Rolin for general Arbitration Court work, so that there may be no need for the appointment of another Judge. The operation of the Act has been limited to a period not; exceeding tw-. years. This limit was placed on tin measure in the Upper House, with the consent of the Government. Many othe» drastic alterations were made in the bil. while going through the Legislative Council. All declarations and ...
MAKING THE OLD YOUNG. INTERVIEW WITH VIENNA WONDER WORKER. Rejuvenation, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921
MAKING THE OLD YOUNG. ? » -~ — -- INTERVIEW WITH VIENNA WONDER WORKER. VBSfiEni?--; ... ' . Rejuvenation, Ltd. The 'London Daily Chronicle' Vienna special correspondent, A. A. Davidson, tells the following enthralling 'story:— Faust ne.ed no longer consult Mephis topheles. He need only come to Vienna and consult Dr. Eugen Steinach, profes sor of biology, at ..the University here, whose discovery of a, rejuvenation oper :iHnn. nirpnilv described! ihV;tli8 'Daily, Chronicle,' has cau'secr'so;' much inter est. ' ':?-.;? .! ?'' -:??;. :5 '?? ' '.''?? ' I Dr. Steinach does not open his doors lightly to journalists, hut, thanks to the intercession of a common friend, I was 'able to spend a pleasant half-hour this afternoon chatting with the man who has undertaken to parry, for a time, the Old Man's scythe. Dr. Steinach's study is a cheerful room in which those massive tomes in which German learning is wont to hide itself, are not too obstrusive. Overlook ins the Prater, Vienna's great ple...
THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921
THE CHURCHES. (The Tamworth Church News Is contrl buted by the ministers of the respec tive denominations or their represen tatives.) CHURCH OF ENGLAND,, NUNDLE. Throughout the district in spite of the heat wave the services on Christ inas Day and Sunday were very won at tended. At Nundle at. 9 a.m. the church was almost full, 50 of the congregation receiving the Holy Communion. At Woolomin on the next morning the Holy Communion was celebrated, . and on January 2 the Dungowan people will1 have the .opportunity of making their-, communion. The recent Church Fair, held in Nun-' [lie, in aid of the Vicarage Fund, re.alis-f ed £55. Conoidcrlng that only about six weeks was spent in preparation the, result is considered very, good. ': ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN , CHURCH, TAMWORTH; -' / Rev. D. J. and Airs, Fiockharljlcft for, Sydney on Monday nflc-rao'cn lakl for a month's holiday by the.'sca.' Jf'religious ordinances r.re required in any Diner-, cency during the minister's absence, all c...
WEDDINGS. Hutton-Hewetson. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921
WEDDINGS. Hutton— Hewetson. The Cameron Memorial Church, Glen Innes, was the scene of a VeFy pretty wedding on Wednesday of last week. The parties.' were Miss Agnes Hewetson youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Heweston, of 'J_oreburn,' Glen In nes, and Captain E. D. Hutton, son of Mr. and Mrs. James' Hutton, Black Mountain. The wedding was of a full military character, the . bridegroom wearing the uniform of the Queen Vic toria's Own Light Cavalry, while the best man and groomsman (Messrs. ,j\. McLean and A.- Younian) were in khaki. The bride, who entered the chinch on the ami , of her father, by whom she was given away;- was handsomely gown ed in shell-pink crepe-de-chene, and ac cdrdeon-p'leated georgette. The train was also of shell pink crepe-de-chene, beautifully hand-embroidered, and she carried a magnificent shower 'bouquet of colors which toned with the bridal robe. .Misses. Ivy Rogers and Ivy Hut ton (the latter a sister ot the bride groom) : were verv?- ni-pi til v , c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921
CASUAL COLUMN. Advertlsomenta accompanied by cash for this column are Inserted at the rate of two tines for 1/ (minimum two lines, about six words per line),' each succeeding line or oart thereof, 6_. An additional charge of id Is made for booking. ' POSITIONS VACANT. ? [WANTED. — A General. Apply, Maguirc, ' -TattorsaU's Hotel, Tamworth. ? . , WANTED. — Housemaid Waitress, start at once. Mrs. ; Tompson, Hotel, West Tam '?,-wprthi- ____?__?____/?__. ? ' - ? ' '?''? ? WANTED.— Cook and -General for station, 'Acock' for, i four, goneral for two; good plain ? cookins only reaulred, start about 8th v, January-. ,waees:'25/. v Apply, J. Winter; Vc/o' Royal. Hotel, Tamworth. - .-.?;. ???...'.?? ? ; WANTED.— Two. .SQO_,',h'aWy Men. Apply, .-' R. i'J. Carson,-:;Darllng Street.' Tamworth. AVANTED. — A ?'Teacher, ? for Subsidised ^ School; Protestant ifamllies, to., commence .: Februarys 1. -For- particulars apply, Mrs. /D.;L!avld.son.V;VKIlblriile,' !Woolbrook. __ WANTED.:— A' Female Cook, a...
CITY TATT'S MEETING. Club Cup To-day. NOTES AND ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921
CiTCi TATO MEETING. Club Cup To-day. NOTES AND ANTICIPATIONS. ' (By 'Poitiol') i , City Tattcrsall's Club will be in ac tion again to-day when Tattoi sail's Club Cup, -will be the chief atti action Foiu teen' hoit.es have su-vived the final loi feit Vei'y little business 'hab^been done on this race but hoiscs coribideied to have the bqst inofai)ects aio Cetigne, Piince Vnidib, A;p1i M.ucll.i, Booster, Finmark and Milliemc. ?ait.t ii iTinATifl bus been allotted ton weight with 0.6, which is a pound more than he carried into third place in the 'Summer Cup. Before this race he show ed signs of soreness but (Son^aone con hbeted with the siable evHIenUiSQhought 'this had worn oft as a lot. ofTTOfieyr came for him on the day of tha toco. ?He was a long way back in the early stages of the Summer Cup and did wWl ^to fill a place.' That there is not mucN wrong with him he showed by gallop- 1 ing seven furlongs in 1.32J on Thursday j morning.. Although he was wejl beaten i In., the !' Summer ...
JUNKER SECRET CONSPIRACY GERMAN MILITARISTS PLOT FOR POWER. Hoards of Arms Hid. Murder Bureau to Deal With Informers. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921
JUNKFE SECRET CONSPIRACY GERMAIN MILITARISTS PLOT FOR POWER. t i Hoards of Arms Hid. Miirtler Bureau to Deal With Informers. | A vaet organisation of Gerrnan I | militarists reactionaries, for the j | overthrow of the republic and the j | return to power of the Junkers and | Hohenzollerns, is being brought to. | light. In the following cable the Berlin correspondent of tjlie London 'Daily Chronicle,' tells oil'' the ramifications of the conspiracy,! and how weak is | the attitude of thte Central Govern | ment to it.. This aititudue has aroii-: .| sed the -suspicions of the Majority | Socialists. . ? Political storms of winter' are ^egin-f ning to rnge in Germany.; v.Herr,. Xeh'reh- bach's ship was built- fpivsiunmer seas, but is nov; facing an : ocean? which- lias grown sudd ^nly;thnn(ierous^:-^.-;:;^\; ';-' — TlwLdsbate' in the Reichsstag .yesterday, afternooi?-qs'' noisy irithe'e'xtreme.'iand looked like thi\presago of still more ^tem- pestuous times- ', ? -. i;i'.;'*:'v-vvHv';:. ...
DEAD DARWIN. NORTHERN TERRITORY. Its Lost Opportunity. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921
DEAD DARWIN.' ? ?,-- ? NORTHERN TERRITORY. Its Lost Opportunity. Some : interesting comments upon' coir iiitions in the -Northern Territory and the events which: led up '.to the present state. of. affairs- :were , made to ,airopr&-' tentative, of '.'The. Daily Mail,'.' Brisbane, by Mr. R..R... Macpherson on Tuesday. Mr. Macpherson was lor. many years! on Dagworth Station (Wintpn ,' district); which was owned by his, 'father. , /For the last. six years. he has :been.-m'ariagiiiB'i aattle stations for the ..North Australian Meat Company' (Vcstey's), in the Nor thern Territory. ,. ; ?'??.' .:?;' ; : ; 'The Northern Territory,'! ho .remark ed, ; 'contains vast. ar,eas of' cbuhtry which are equal to any in Australia: it will be excellent sheep, country when it is developpd. Before Vcstey's camo the station owners, spent little upon tins' development of their holdings. . They were really too far. away from the mar: ket. The place needed some big and powerful. concern to develop it...
THE LAST LAP. STATE LOAN CLOSING. Money for Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921
t:'M last lap. ? :; ? ;: STATE LOAN CLOSING. : i ; ' v Money for Works. '^-\ ^:The:StE?te1..Lo'an-.of.:£3,opO,06q.. closes ; within -a ,.i'ew.; days,; viz.i;-,oiv January «.4y: ?therefore,;. investors- have ;but.;a;; short? ime to ; ,pat ?money ; into-.-the beat; ;secur- - Ity ?? a viiilab' e at :jthb:: present ;? time. ;-.;V;'.. 'Within- a. ^few- days,'.; the; Treasurer, :.Mr. tiarig,; tf-ys', .'the'Iioaii closes ,'r-.nd it iSMto: be-iyop'e'dvthat:people);:will;:npt!:put off subssriVihg Vtihtii^;it:-isStb6^1iito;; | and; .hWnhft .i-oirrettihk-'liavingr missed; .the ippo Auriity''' of ^anS exceptional ?'? invest; m'bnt^'.^ ^???/}r-:^:}ri)f::':n-y'-V,^ :i ,*^;';?' Y1}'' % ' :'A:-s6curert''^otufnyof '5%' p^or 'c'eiit.-.for;- ten1 UTearXi-'frc^ irivestnibnt;''l..acked;.^p'-b'y.J^ sbuVceslbfJ'nie^tate^is^flikel^to ..'.'Ue.; rep'eatea^-Th^cbiMitiMsfpwhig^tp^^the;, assistance :-^f';'the v G'p'yefnment:^Sayi;^ss; .Bank .^eifabicc :1any^w;ase:p,arn9i;i;p.r ^small; business :raan; to iinyest...
HUNTING MAD MULLAH. AIR ATTACK AWAITED UNDER CANOPY. All His Wives Lost. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921
HUNTING MAD llMC A!R ATTACK AWAITED UNDER ?: . CANOPY. ? ... :; ';r -Ail iiis; Wives Lost. )'.'?;. ':?[ : '' ;'. ^ictulieVaue .? details;, of. ~i\\§ riiariy; -.atr temjpts^tip'.Y^Apt^ leMer./pf^tlie..ixb.ol.pbrvishes;;--^ jiivakdcsiiatcK^pUb.lisliedib^-the'iColonial' Officfe^frpmi^r^Gl^^rcherKthe- (Goy; e'r:pp!^a)id'i;C.pminan^^^ inaTilafi'd'' 5;i;btectorai;e.^:W: ; --?' ?ffif:'-:-f'\£S '-The -despatch deals'^' with /'the i :'carii- haidrri-in wliich the- Mullah.- Mblianiniet Abdullah, ^:';.wbo:;-''il^-'^.cb^ducte°d-,;ll6S'iFuc^ ti.yeJraidsyiigWnstV.pm^^^^ wasvfirialiy'^outod^in^ rM^/l^si^?'and;tit';'fela'&^^th(^fImpbi;fa^ part -playeil:; by- ^aircnif V', in, undprmihing tiie^jnoral^b^the.DjBry^sliG^;;^^';'*']' -. ? '^jieiy /iiir^asest'Ty,e%J;;%hig;:.prepnred before. 'this'tyear's'' pj('eKttions ; b egan.Y the British. 'authorities.'' ?snre'ad'-the='report iliaV* b'oringgx were1; being The' Vairineiiiiiiad^rompved^ arid;i(UVe ?coris'tractibii^^pfL aerodromes ;\y'aa readily ?...
MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921
MARKET REPORTS. SclmlOj Boll and Co., Ltd report under date, December' 30, 1020:— ; The British Government, has justifiably placed such implicit confidence in. Sir Arthur- Goldfinch's control ot' the Austrar linn wool pool in England, and gave him such a free hand in dealing therewith, that their present hesitation to comply with nis recommendation of the pro linKPfVnp.w scheme for control of the held over: appraised wool is somewhat sur prising:' Possibly the delr.y is only due to negotiations over details ; on the oth iir h.'ihd, it .may be taken for granted that impartial opponents of the scheme are bringing all possible pressure to be.ir .to induce the British Government to reject the scheme. Whatever the ultimate de cision may be — and in Melbourne it seems. to ue taken for granted that the British Government will adopt the sche me—it is' quite certain that the held over wool will not be dealt with in any way -that will enable would-be manipu lators of I' the ..market to utilis...
Trains That Stop Themselves. SAFETY WHEN DANGER SIGNA GOES DOWN. Automatic Brakes. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921
Trains Thaf ^top#helSei& SAFETY WHEN DANGER SIGNAL GOES DOWN. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Automate Brakes &nbsp; &nbsp; We are now 'promised trains, which will themselves "scent"danger ahead, &nbsp; and come to a standstill without, driver &nbsp; or signalman interfering (says the Lon- &nbsp; don "Daily Chronicle.") &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A committee to consider the question of making trains probf. against, the "hu man -factor" has been appointed by the British Minister of Labor, and in addi- tion to technical experts, Mr J.H. &nbsp; &nbsp; Thomas, M.P, will be a member. &nbsp; &nbsp; 'With automatic train (?)" said &nbsp; an expert. "every passenger train will take care of itself. ' The brakes will be automatically applied if a signal is passed at 'danger' and the train saved &nbsp; &nbsp; without human aid. &am...
Baker-Gerke. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921
Baker— Gerke. A very -pretty wedding was solem nised in Holy Trinity Church, Glen In nes on December 29 by the Rev. Canon Kemmis, the parties being Victor James Baker, son of Mrs. Baker, of 'Taylor- street, Glen. Innes and Miss Elizabeth E. H. Gerke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Gerke, ; Macquarie-street, Glen Innes. Miss Louisa and Miss Gerke were bridesmaids, and two little nieces of the bride acted as train-bearers. The bride, bridesmaids and trainbearers &nbsp; &nbsp; were all handsomely gowned, and there was a large attendance at the church to witness the interesting ceremony. Mr. &nbsp; I. I. H. Gerke was best man, and Mr. Walter Baker groomsman.A reception &nbsp; was afterwards held at the residence of the bride's parents,-where the wedd &nbsp; ing breakfast was partaken of.
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Graves in France. SEARCH FOR MISSING BODIES LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 1 January 1921
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Graves in France. SEARCH FOR MISSING BODIES (United Service) LONDON, Friday. An interesting proposal has been sub- mitted to the Commonwealth from the Graves Unit in France, which is intend- ed to clear up at least two-thirds of the present list of missing. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The unit's commander states that the majority of the missing are practically identifiable owing to the places and cir- circumstances under which they are found, but a strict rule has been hitherto ob- served that all crosses surmounting their graves should not bear a name, unless identification was positive. Major Meikle suggests that it is be - tter to chance an occasional mistake than to leave many thousands nameless. &nbsp; Fresh searches in France and Bel- gium, in the "cleared areas" are still revealing -hundreds of bodies that have been overlooked by earlier searchers. These include a number of Australians.