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STEWARDS' STRIKE. MR. HUGHES REFUSES TRIBUNAL. No Sydney Developments. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
'stewards' strike. MR. HUGHES REFUSES TRIBUNAL. No Sydney Developments. SYDNEY. Monday. A Melbourne message says the re 'usal of the Prime Minister to create a :ribunal under the ^Industrial. Peace Act las much impressed union officials, as they never anticipated such a possi bility. ? A moderateiy attended meeting in Melbourne last night heard with gravity rather than enthusiasm their leaders' itatement of their attitude. The state ment of Mr. Moate that the temper of he 'men, if beaten, would be Inspired jy. hatred, caused some uneasiness, as :his is the first time the possibility of lefeat. ha» been admitted. The. Sydney [representatives of the inter-State shipping companies report Hi no fresh developments to-day. They are expecting the next move, to come' from Melbourne.
MAITLAND MARKETS. MAITLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
MAITLAND MARKETS; ATAlTI^AWn AfnnrloTr The supply ol' cattle at Campbell's Hill fat stock sales to-day was a large one, comprising an equal proportion of bullocks and cows. ' The market was brisk, and values firm for good quality. Prime yards of bullocks and cows. The market was brisk, and values firm for gopd quality. Prime yards of bullocks 'o^'i^0111' £1S t0 £2°- Sood £16 to £17A0, medium £14 to £15/10- steers a.w to jfcl-4; prime cows £13'To £15, SA°/Vn£,1Or l? £12' medium £7 to £9/10, inferior from £4. Fat calves were in fair supply, mostly small calves aml_bobbies. Calves show 'f.s «?« iljty were readily disposed of 'at slightly improved rates ,„* ,s.heep were in 'xf airly lafg? supply, md chiefly good quality ewes' and yvetliers; with a few lambs. There, was % brisk demand, and values were on' a imr WUh ,ast week's rates, and in some instances higher. Prime pens of weth srs sold to 3S./6. good 28/' to 33/, me l1™*1'**' t0__27/: P-i«° owes 34/3. 16/JO To 24/10^ /'mediui? 2°/' ...
PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
j ; ...... )'??-? PRODUbE MARKETS. . ': SYDNE-Y, Monday: ; A large quantity of forage was ; on offer at Alexandria- this mornins. Prime quality 'chaff -was forward. ? in, better quantities. The market eased : 10/- to £1 per ton- for wheaten, while otiten was- also weaker.-. , Quotations: Wheaten chaff, choice V to 9/6, prime S/6 to S/7, medium 6/6; oaten chaff, prinie 7/3 to 7/6, inferior from 4/10; oats, good Algerian 3/OMj; wheat, smutty. 4/3; potatoes; 6/ to 8/ti; onions, '9/ to'10/6; maize; 8/;- '?'-.
COUNTRY TENNIS Dubbo and Barraba Unbeaten SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
COUNTRY TENNIS Diibbo and Barraba Unbeaten W''.^.- ? ? ,^v SYDNEY, Monday;' - The countrj'. tennis carnival was. con tinued to-day. As the result of the morning's play in the men's teams matches Dubbo No. 1 and West Wya long (Division 1) Marulan (Division- 2) and Barraba (Division 3) remain un beaten.. ._ . Results were:^ — ? '' ? . WEST WiY ALONG- v. INVERKl-iL. Broun' and- Channon (T');'v. Butlen slia'w and Buttenshaw ' (W.W.) 2 — G, 3— G. . . ., .-'?:' Brown and Channon v. -Eyans and Chave, 2— G, 5—6. ;??'?:. Cfiovnnelli and Dlght v. Evans' and Chave, -I— B 2— G. - ??-...,.'. Giovanelli and Dight'-v. Buttenshaw and Buttenshraw, 3— -G, 3— -G; ? ? West Wyalong won by eight sets 29 games to nil sets: 24 games. MARULAN, V. ,»ARRABA-NO. 2. Finriley and L. Suter (M.) v. Williams and Williams (B.) G— 3, 6— 3J A. Sielfir and O. Hatter vi Spencer and Cap'ell, 6— 2, 6 — 2. ' - DUBBO NO 1. v.' INVERELL. Chalmers and L. Yeo'(D.) v. Chan non and Brown (I) G— 2, G — 3. ' ? ? ? unristie and D. ...
COMING EVENTS. Challenge and Anniversary Prospects.SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
COMING. EVENTS. Challenge and Anniversary Prospects. -Lisnavnno. ,„„ ,^'^Y. Wonday. ative engaged in the A J.C. fflSS o day. Braille is most in demand for he Anniversary Handicap, next coming '!ricoC.y- Whlt° PhaSt' Pi''Ulrk' '»d The order is: — . QHALLENGE STAKES * ? Cpolstone, Maltgilla. King's . Word, 'Battlowrack. Readv Rosaleeeaily- Glonacro' Wyamley, Sweet . Lisnavane, Galleo Maid, Curraween Biearoon, Cool Stimulants WeaIiWeG1rev' tii'l'a-'. Waitea. Warsplto. ; ANNIVRRSAIIY HANDICAP : Braille. -, While Pliast, Varlco, PInniark, Plu _ Olympic, Golden Bronze, Prince Viri dis. Romani. . Mount Friaco; Old Gold .Rbsewalk. King' of the Forest, Millleme.
STAMP DUTIES ACT. SERIOUS EFFECT ON SPECULATION SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
STAMP DUTIES ACT. SERIOUS EFFECT ON SPECULATION SYDNEY, Monday. The new Stamp Duties Amendment ?Vet was the principal topic among ?hare brokers in the vestibule of the Stock Exchange to-day. Business at loth calls was restricted, while specu '.ative dealings were temporarily sus jended. These conditions were attributed to the new Act, which provides that every nstru'ment . purporting to ibe a convey ance, or agreement to convey, any property, in which the name of the pur ihasers is not written in ink on or be :ore the execution thereof, shall be wholly and absolutely-void and inopera tive both at law and in equity; and lach party executing the same shall be inble to a fine not exceeding £50. One member of the Exchange Com nitlee said Hie provisions of the Act would very seriously interfere with speculation in stocks and shares. The Act, howeyer, woufd not affect the shares of companies outside the State, provided they had ' not branch share ' ?egistem in New South Wales. ThP committ...
WOODEN SHIPS INQUIRY. WHY IS REPORT NOT PUBLISHED? M.P. Asks Questions. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
WOODEN SHIPS INQUIRY. WHY IS REPORT NOT PUBLISHED? M. P. Asks Questions. ' SYDNEY. Monday. The report of tho Parliamentary Com nittee wJiicli inquired into the construe tion of the Burnside and Braeside was presented a fortnight ago to the 'Go vernor-General. ' ' To-day Mr. Mahonoy, M'sP., asked why the report had not been published. 'I im compelled to think,' he said, 'that the Government lias some motive in net publishing; the finding of the commit tee.' He lidded: 'When the Govern ?? ent acceded to the wishes of tho House and appointed n committee to~ inquire into this shipbuilding contract, a pecu liar course was adopted. The proper procedure for a Public Works Commit tee is to lay all its reports on the table of the House. Sensational evidence was given in Sydney, and following tho taking of this the Government alter ed the procedure; so that tho report wont ilircL-t to thu Govornor-Qonnral.'
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. Outrage in Valencia ATTEMPT ON GOVERNOR'S LIFE LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
GENERAL CABLE NEWSf — : — ♦. — — .. Outrage in Valencia ATTEMPT ON GOVERNOR'S LIFE (Reutev's Telegram;) LONDON, Sunday. Jteuter's ' _ Valencia correspondent wires:. While the civil governor was journeying Oiomeward from the. theatre his. carriage was suddenly subjected to a volley, of about 30 revolver shots, al leged fo have been fired by a gang of a dozen person. ? A cyclist, policeman, and child were seriously wounded, , , „ but „ .the^GpKernpjr.. miraculously' ''''escaped.' The' carriii'ge' was literally -.rjddled with bullets, two even piercing the cushion on which the Governor was sitting. The perpetrators' of the .outrage de camped immediately. -Hitherto no ar rests have been made.
MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
MARKET REPORTS. TAMWORTH MARKET REPORT.*' I Messrs. Colniore Williams report: — I Supplies were abundant in all lines at I our market last Friday with marrows 1 and cucumbers almost to the point of | a glut Prices all round were easier, | .but choice lines commanded- Tceen com petition and sold to advantage. Quota lions: — ... Potatoes, 3/ to 3/6 per qr.; 8/ to 12/ per bag. ^.~- v-sj,.v^ ? ?_ Onions, 2/6 per qr.; 8/ to 9/6 per hag. ????.?? ... Cabbages, 2/ to If per dozen. Peas, 10/ to 12/ per bushel; 2/9 to | 3/3 per peclc. .' ? ' \ Beans, 3/0 per peck. 3 .Marrows, '1/G; to 3/6 per dozen. | Cucumlbers, 3d to 1/6 per dozen; 1/6 I to 4/ per 'case. | Squashes, 2/ o 4/ per dozen, I . Lettuce, 1/6 to 2/6 per dozen. I Rhubarb, 1/ to 3/ per dozen bunches. i Carrots, 2/6 to 3/ per dozen bunches. 1 Parsnips, 2/ to S/6 -per dozen bunches; I White turnips, 2/ per dozen bunches. 1 Beet, 1/6 to 2/6 per dozen bunches. | Onions, 1/ per dozen bunches. | Water melons, 12/ to 20/ per dozen. I Rock m...
TAMWORTH STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
m TAMWORTH STOCK SALES. ' Messrs Mahony and Co., Tamwortu, report liaying held 'their usual weekly sale of dairy stock, farm horses, vehic les, harness and sundries, at the Bris I bane-street yards on Friday morning last. There was a fair attendance of local and outside buyers and the market i generally may be quoted on a par wi(.h last day's sale. The whole of the yard I ing was cleared at -satisfactory prices. About 20 cows and springers were yard oil, the quotations being from £8/10 to £13. There ' was a fair 'yarding of. .?medium draught and light horses, sales j .being made from £8 to £11, light .horses from £4 to £7 In addition a large quantity of vehicles and sundries were disposed of. Buyers are remind ed that th0 yarding for. next Friday's I sale, account Captain P. Walker, lorry, I 2 spring carts, buggy, 2 sets cart har I ness, buggy harness, 150 feet l%in. I Manilla wire rope, good heavy draught I fielding, and 2 light horses, and a quan j 'Ity of sundries, and we recomme...
NO NEGOTIATIONS. Why Sinn Feiners Hesitate. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
NO NEGOTIATIONS. Why Sinn Feiners Hesitate. ( (Published in 'The Times.') ?LONDON, Sunday. 'The' /Times' Dublin correspondent itates: .definitely that the Government .ias not- opened negotiations with the jJail Eirraun. In Mr. (Lloyd George-'s iititude lies the chiet hopes of an early settlement. ; All, save a few extremist*, .ealibe that a lupublic is not attainable, i'aie loaders believe they will be able o prevent the operation of Homr- Kule n .the South of Ire.land, but the bulk of ne -Party: have little hope of Anglo American recognition ot a republic. Ohe idea is discouraged by De Valora's iinerican experiences, land they are al .o. alarmed by the possibility of a con vict, with the heads of the Irish Roman Jatliolic Church. Some influential republicans however vr.int a fight to a finish, thereloro the moderates hesitate to embark, on a cam '.). igp, of settlement uminl Mi Llo\d J oi-ge exchanges hinted concessions for express promises. Only an amended Act 3(11.1 ins; li'bcr.i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
CHEAP LINE OF FATTENING AGED WETHERS. | NEAR WINTON, QUEENSLAND. 14.700 Wethers, March-April, 1917 drop, Oendooroo Station bred,, magnifl ???' ;cent lot, by South Australian rams, shorn middle September, very for ward condition. Price, 16/6. For. offer, apply— . VICTOR COHEN AND CO., ? TAMWORTH.. SOLE DISTRICT AGENTS, THE OLD FIRM WITH THE NEW . ??: . NAME. ~~~ ~~ FOR SALE. ' SPLENDID BRICK DWELLING CLOSE TO THE TOWN. Containing 4 bedrooms, dining room and drawing room with folding doors, 41 x 15, breakfast room, kitchen, large laundry, bath room fitted with heater, linen room, large verandah, motor gar age %-acre land, 40 splendid fruit trees. Price asked, £1600. Anyone wanting a fine home should inspect this place. FRANK WYNDHAM AND CO. (E. E. UPJOHN), AUCTIONEERS. ; TAMWORTH. We are Local Agents for the Scottish Union and National Insurance Co., ana are prepared to accept all classes, Includ ing: Fire, Wool, Workmen's Compensa tion, Motor Cars, Etc. Etc. ^OOOOTEL^ In Good Norther...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
*'~~ ? ? 1 AUCTION SALE8. ? 150 STEERS AND BULLOCKS, 2/2 to j 3J/2 YEARS. Thursday, January 13th, 1921. THE FARMERS & GRAZIERS' LTD. will seU by auction, at O-e Municipal S«le Yard:;, Tamwortli, on THURSDAY; 13th JANUARY. ]B0 BuUor kg and Steers, S% to 3% years, r 11 in tip top .condition. WILL BE SOLD IX. LOTP.. , -i sTecial cattTe' sale. Municipal Sale Yards, Quirindi, TUESDAY, llth JANUARY 1921, At 11 a.m. WATT and ABBOTT, will offer at Auction, on the above date:— 500 HEAD MIXED CATTLE, Comprising Fats, Store Bullocks, Steers, Cows and Heifers, and a number.i of good forward Springers, on account of Messrs Brown, Laurie, Peters, Mur phy, and Knight and other owners. The cattle are a good quality lot, and in good I condition. TERMS CASH. I WATT and ABBOTT, 1 . Auctioneers, I Quirindi, N.S.W. I ?'''' AUCTION SALE. . 200 ? CATTLE ? 200 I BACON & CO. have been instructed I by Mr F Berry, to sell by auction, at I tho Shire Yards, Gunnedah, on SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 192...
IRISH NEGOTIATIONS Outlook Not so Promising. DE VALERA MANIFESTO. Archbishop Clune Returning to Australia. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
IRISH NEGOTIATIONS — ^ — ~ ♦ ? _ Outlook Not so Promising. DE VALERA MANIFESTO. Archbishop Clune Returning to Aus tralia. (United Seivice.) LONDON, Sunday mere is considerable speculation, re Ididing the lush negotiations. The de lWrtuie 6f AiofiL shop Cluno, coupled .vith the delibeiMo ofhual publication of the long withheld story regarding Cuse .uent's .activities with Germany, have -aused pessimism, and it is feared that .he situation h«s taken a bad turn, lead ing to the triumph of those who have jeen demanding the extending of ma'r ? ial law throughout the- cmmti-v. The Cabinet and Mr. Do V.ilera are I lot yet in touch, but the Sinn Fein offl- j ?Jially declares the so-called Do Valera nanifesto is 'nothing more than specu .ative guessing.'1 The Government wishes to further xplore avenues of peace, tout there is -od reason to believe that the Premier vill refuse to deal with De Valora as ?President.' He must negotiate merely is the leader 'of the Sinn Fein Cominon ?rs. I ??:. ....
Webster—Drew. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
Webster— Drew. St. Augustine's Church of England Inverell, was the scene of a pretty wed Uing on Tuesday last, when Joseph] Henry, son of the late Mr. -and Mrs. H. I Webster, of Glen Innes,. and Beatrice V. (Trixie) Drew, late of Inverell, but now residing at Glen Innes, were united, tho Rev. E. H. Stammer officiating. The bride was given away by Mr. E. Sands. Miss Maude Hyatt, of Glen Innes, was bridesmaid, whilst Mr. Francis Webster was best man. After the ceremony i. reception . was held at Mrs. S. Hayes' Cafe. The bride was previously a mem ber of the staff of Messrs. M. C. Mac kenzie and. Sons, Ltd.
TOUCHY TOPICS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921
TOUCHY TOPICS OF THE DAY. The usual ' summer ' 'f silly season' controversy i's going on between tho alleged : great dailies . of Sydney and Melbourne. The 'Age' published an nrtjlcle written by one of its stall who had been holidaying in the Muddle State's capital, and in this outburst shocked, references were made to' tlw: undressiuess of Sydney's females who 'promenade the blocks and play on the beaches. The 'Age' man, who is pos. sibly superintendent of a Sunday ?school,, .bytf, may be. a- .mere unbiassed Critic'' 6'f! :lo'the'r ' people's'1''- morals^, was cTfooninir in his denunciation 6f the wicked' ways o£ the Siren City. His remarks have been bitterly resented bv most, of the Sydney papers, especially the Sunday ones, which appear to exist for the purpose of every week-end pic turing the allurements and encha'ht menls of the city. The usual satirical abuse of Melbourne has been poured out with the fanatical energy atfected by the journalistic Sydneyite whenever an inferior ...