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WEDDINGS. Stibbard—Falk. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

v WEDDJNGS. Stibbard— Falk. A quiet wedding took place at Holy Trinity Church', Glen Innes, on Wednes day morning, when Edmond Stibbard fifth son p£ Mrs. Perkins, of 'Aclavale,' Ranger's Valley, and Florence, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. Fnlk, of Torrington-street, Glen Innes, were uni ted. The Rev. Canon Kemmis officiat ed. The bride who was given away by her father, was daintily attired in a. frock of white chiffon voile, hand em broidered and inlet with fiTet insertion, and a pretty aeronhane bat with vieux rose trimmings. She carried a bouquet of white roses and gypsophila, which, witn a diamond ring, were cue gu-ia ui the bridegroom. Miss Elsie Brown at tended as bridesmaid, wearing a pale pink chiffon voile frock, trimmed wil. cable stitching and band embroidery, with mastic colored hat and snxe trim mings. A bouquet of pink* roses and gypsophila, which she carried, and a pair of gold golf bangles, were the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. Ray Stibbard at tended as best man. T...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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NOTICE TO QUIT. Tram Loaded with Objectors. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

NOTICE TO QUIT. Tram Loaded witfi Objectors. SYDNEY, Monday. Residents of 32 cottages'- in' ParK; Avenue and 'Military Road, Neutral Bay,, arrived in a special tram at tlif- Nort! Sydney Police Court in answer to' sum- monses issued to tempts because thej did not comply with their landlord's, no- tice to quit. Mr. Shields announced that he was ap pearing through the Legal Aid Depart ment, for the majority of the .tenants, and that there was a good defence for them. ? The hearing of the cases was : then adjourned.

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ALARM IN HOTEL. Supposed Result of Dream. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

ALARM IN HOTEL. Supposed Result of Dream. ''?'' ' ''??'- 'SYDNEY. Monday. .. Ada Latter, employed as a housemaid at th& Coogee Bay Hotel, roused th'e in mates from their sleep early this .morn ing by her screams. A rush was made to her room; and she explained: that she had been awakened by a blow on the head, and saw the -figure' of a man lean ing over her. He said: 'Don't sing out, or I'll murder- you.' He then decamped. ? A search of th'e premises was made, but there was nothing to . show that there had been any . intruder. The . police express the opinion that the girl was dreaming, and fell ,but of bed.

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MOTOR CYCLE AND HORSE. Serious Collision. Three Injured, One Dangerously. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

MOTOR CYCLE AND HORSE. Serious Collision. ^Thrte Injured, One Dangerously. , . ' SYDNEY, Monday. An accident occurred late last night at the junction of Windellima and Bungo nea roads, Ifour miles from Goulburn. H. Knight was driving a- motor cycle and side-car, accompanied by two wo men. At the junction. Knight ,saw . a horse lying in the fairway, and he en deavored to dodge tho animal, bi(t it bumped into the machine, which was UltUVVU UliU 1.11U cVll, UVXT1 VUl Illllfc,. Mrs. Blackett was picked up uncon scious, and badly cut about the head. Miss Donnelly's injuries were also seri ous. Knight escaped with a slight scalp wound and concussion. The three victims have been.taken to Goulburn. Mrs. Blackcll was operated upon, but is not expected 1o live.

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ALLEGED MALICIOUS WOUNDING. Two Accused Remanded. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

ALLEGED MALICIOUS WOUNDING. Two Accused Remanded. SYDNEY, Monday. .-. James Bovine and Matilda Dovine were again remanded at the police court on a charge Jig.aiiiKt tlio former of hav ing shot at Henry Cough with intent to, do him gr'tvous bodily harm, and' n.gninsl Iho latter with bavins malicious ly, wounded the m:uik- man.

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TORNADO STRIKES TOWN. Serious Damage at Portarlington. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

TORNADO STRIKES TOWN. ? Serious;, Damage' at Portarlington. MELBOURNE, Monday. A tornado swept across Corio Bay yesterday, «nd struck Portarlington, causing considerable damage, Ibut for tunatcly no loss of life. The rooi' of tho Grand Hotel -was lift ed off, and windows' broken. Several buildings, including the Roman Catho lic Church, were damaged.

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PAYING FEDERAL DEBTS. Exchange Difficulties. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

PAYING FEDERAL DEBTS. Exchange Difficulties. ; SYDNEY, Monday. Payment of £70,000,000 is to be made' to the Imperial Government on account of the floating debt owed by the Commonwealth. At a recent conference between the Prime Minister and the Associated Banks it wa syndicated 'that the diffl culty of 'establishing a London credit was increasing. ? '

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WOOLLOOMOOLOO FRACAS. Accused Remanded. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

WOOLLOOMOOLOO, FRACAS. ' .Accused Remanded. SYDNEY, Monday. Richard '.Hughes- was charged at the Central Police. Court to-day with hav ing ?unlawfully assaulted Constable Ward, and' with having inflicted griev ous bodily harm on Constable Newton. Accused was remanded till tho 18th inst. . ? The condition of Constable Newton.Js reported to-be much improved.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

BRICKS 1 BRICKS 1 BRICKS 1 CONTRACTORS AND -THB BUILDING PDBLIC. T.tv» undersigned Is prepared to supply you with any quantity oi ,;-. FIRST CLASSY BRICKS & GARDEN . TILES. JOHN CANNON, BRICK AND TILE WORKS, WEST TAMWORTH. NOTICE. ' ? A All persons lound . trespassing on \ Bective Estate will be prosecuted. £ Ai'i permits given for fishing re- &: sclnded trom this date. ,, , . .?.?-.? TRUSTEES ISTATE LATE , J. 8. viCKERT. I ? ^ ? ? .. - ? -, _? a III If yon would have | ' 1 1;: the beat ask for — '? . ' :r: IRELAND'S' ' , I'M. Baking Powder i ? ' I Jelly Crystals \ . .111., Ireland's Baldnft Powder ii ? ?'??' HI a safeguard to light pastry, HI scones and cakes. It is ||r pure and uniform in its HI results, because itis made . '. || ^ fromthe purest ingredient*. ||r A new enjoyment— -tt real I' pleasure is yours on tasting ' HI Jelly made from Ireland'* I' Jelly Crystals. - v ||r Obtainable ' in 8 flavors. HI Sold everywhere. . 1 RHEUMATISM |' '} yields quickly to ft ...

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CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER XVIII.-(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

CHARMIAN'S LOVERS. ^ By ANNIE HAYKiEJ: Author of 'Lady Carew's Secret,' ('Cice- ly Vibait's Love,'' 'Footprints of Pate,' etc , etc' (COPYRIGHT). CHAPTER JiVIII.— (Continued). quietly, 'his lordbhip seems restless and excited He is trying to speak, though the powei of aiticulation has not come baclc 1 have sent for Doctor Fletcher.' ' 'You say that he is trying to speak/' Charmian repeated.' 'Well, perhaps I 3ould understand what he wants to say.' 'Dr Fletchm told us he was to' be kept vefy quiti,' the nurse murmured, but though she looked doubtful, she had no- authority to stop Lady McTavish, as fehe quiptly put her aside and opened 'tho' door. The room was lighted only by the bright moonlight streaming in through1 the unshuttered window. 'Hisv lordship does not like the blinds drawn, or the electric light, it makes him more rest less directly we turn it up,' the nurse .said as Charmian looked at her! Gharlian wont across to her grand-1 father; her limbs felt strangely numb and wea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

' *--Ji~r -1- - Who wants that 7 ,'Z.Y \' '* '' ''^il *° Buckefy; taiininf^ tastte ?- . ''7?,-^ ' '.#&:. 'in tea? * ? ^ ?* ,\,'- * ' V* * ' - '- ? 1 } t* ^Tv - Nobody, of course ! ^ K{ ~Tt % \ Then why buy ** i'*,. '*,/-, '' common tea ? It has - V ':fV' ;' very little tea-flavor (and ?-^;^i;' ' * that very coarse). The ^ v,Wu.; ^, rest is tannin ; harsh, '' t , puckery and bad for , -„ ,b : Hhe insides. * . - j /'-\^ No! no! Get the , . ''' - . Vt¥*''-'v riSnt tea. Skip the 't'3$&'V tannin- Get the tea '' -. Q &C J0 * 'H °f fine- rich, delicious (-S/&/;: tea-flavor., - _ ? Hpv: Rusftells CONSIGN to , ?' - LESSEY'S ^LESSEY'S Who Sell Over LESSEY'S ? LESSEY'S 4Q0 CARS LESSEY'S . „ ? i ? Annually LESSEY'S at th«lr Weekly Auction Sales every Thursday v and Private Daity Sales * i ? _ i' i ^ . ?- . ' .. ;. ?- All Saies on Comrtiissioh only; and' Buyer's name given to Vendor in every Sale at — LESSEY'S AUTO SALEROOMS 189-193 ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY (Adjoi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

CASUAL COLUMN. Advertisements . accompanied by ca«h for bis column are Inserted at the rate of two Ines for 1/ (minimum two lines, about six vords per line}, each succeeding line or -art thereof, 6d. An additional charge of ;d la made for booking. | 'pOS~lTIONi~VACANT. j WANTED. — Refined, middle aged woman ai Housekeeper to small famiy, - Huberfleld district, muuat be accustomed'to children. Apply, by Thursday. Edgar Barnes, c/o Lloyd's Hotel,_Tamworlh. ? W^ANTED.— Housemaid '*- Waitress. Wapes Xl/5; open five days. Royal Hotel. Bog gabri.- ? _ ? ; ? I WANTED. — Good Plain Cook. Apply, Post I Office Hotel.JIanilla. ? WANTED —Smart,' active lad tea1 farm work. One having experience preferred. Apply. T. J. Treloar, Tamworth. ? ? WANTED.— Married man, must bo able to milk, kill, etc., also farm work. Wages, 25/ and double rations. . Apply, J.T.,- c/o J^Northevn_ Leader,' Tamworth. ? ._.. WANTED.— Smart Female Assistant, for Millinery and Sales, with references. _Gua^ Regan, Tamworth. ...

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THE TURF. FIXTURES. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

THE TURF. -?.?'? FIXTURES. JANUARY. 11, 12.— Bingara. 18 19. — Tamworth. . 20.— N. *nd N. W.D. R. Association at Tamworth. i ;6 27 — Glen Innes. 2G— Barraba Hibernian All Heights. 26 —Bendemeer All-Heights. 29.— Guyra All-Heights. FEBRUARY. , 2— Werris Creek (G.F.). 1 2/ 3.— Uralla. . ?j s — Murrurundi (G.i'J. 'j, 10 -—A-rnildale Cup Meeting. ^2— Warwick Turt Club. IC, 17.— Quirindi.' u 2S —Walcha Picnic. 28— Walcha Jockey Club. ^ .(By 'Poitrel.' holding the Summer meeting on Satur day. -29* January. Ihe «,«£ .of, £60 ,s .spread over u« !'?*'??£.. plving £12; secretary, Mr. Albert Bowen. Phone 1U Guyra. OLD-TIME NORTHERN RACING. . Our Singleton correspondent has been delving into ancient turf history, and forwards some reminiscences o£ interest to Northern sportsmen:— n,Q7.ni, The Tamworth annual races on March 2t and 26, 1868,. resulted as follows:— Maiden Plate of 40 sovs.. with a sweep of 3 bov8. added, weight-for-ag», 1J mile. Mr. R. Turner's b h Seducer 1; C Bald win's br g Dar...

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FOR A BETTER APPETITE. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

FOR A BETTER APPETITE. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Pleasurable anticipation of a meal, cheerfulness at the table and a calm state of niintl during digestion are all necessary if we are to get the most good out of the food we eat. But i! your stomach is out of order and yov never have a good nppetite any more, and everything you eat distresses you how are these things possible? Worry interferes with digestion and if you are nervous you will worry. I! your blood is thin and your stomach hut lost tone you will be troubled witli'giu pains after eating. Loss of ennetite ir a symptom of a general run-down con dition. If this is your case try building up tin blood and strengthening the nerves by the tonic treatment. See if you do not soon notice an improvement in your ap petite. It is usually the first sign tlia' the tonic treatment is helping you Then as the digestive organs are toner up to do the work that nature intended you are able to eat with comfort thing! that formerly disagreed with...

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ANGRY FARMERS. OBJECT TO DOCKAGE CHARGES. Unpaid Guarantee. Vigorous Protests from Molong. OLONG, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

ANGRY FARMERS, OBJECT TO DOCKAGE CHARGES. Unpaid Guarantee. Vigorous Protests from Molong. . MOLONG, Monday. Mr. G. Potersen, at a meeting of the .Molong branch of the Farmers mill Set tlers' Association, described the system of dockages on wheat, recently announc ed by the Wheat Board, as a downright shame and barefaced robbery. Under this system, he said, wheat weighing 5r or 58 pounds : to the 'bushol--was- not a» valuable this year as last. Wheat also- containing smut was not worth as much. The dockages system seemed part of n scheme designed to lessen the price to be paid -to growers. Wheat dockage this season was 209 to: 300 per cent, higher than wi'cr be 1'ore. Mostlof the farmers roa^onded to the appeal to sow every acre possible, and so increase production. Some farm ers had no alternative but to sow wheat affected with smut, as they could not obtain any other seed.' The farmers were now penalised by tlie Government through the dockage systen$ for respond ing .to the Govern...

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COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Hot and Sultry in North. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. Hot and Sultry in North. SYDNEY, Monday. The extensive... mgn to tne oast1 ana over New Zealan'd has given way only slightly during the past 4? „ hours, hut the' distribution 'of the systems over lliV .southern half of Australia has altered / considerably. The 'low1' on Saturday over the Bight moved a Httle to the east 1 of Tasmania, and it was replaced ? by an . extensive high pressure system, the frontal position of which brought cool southerly winds over Victoria and South Australia, and also over south-west Now South Wales. The tropical depression to »ho jinrMi-1 east caused further rain over the eastern districts, and to-day it was showing slightly more activity, so more rain is 1o be. expected in the north-eastern dis-~ tricts during the next 24 hours. The. western 'high,' as it advances, should bring a southerly chniiRo over, the southern half of the State by to-morrow. More rain, with some thunderstorms. 1st to be expected over the southern parts an...

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MR. HUGHES ATTACKED Speech by Mr. Parker Moloney SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

MR. HUGHES ATTACKED .Speech by Mr. Parker Moloney V ' SYDNEY. Monday. F At a largely- attended meeting of .far- , p raors at Mangopl'ah, near Wasga, Mr. ( | Parker Maloney, M.H.U., referring lo | the criticism by ? the Prime Minister I with regard to the difficulty being ex- | pe'rienced by the New South Wales, f Government in paying its wheat guar- { anteee of half-a-crown a bu&rel, saidr | 'One would expect that the Prime Minister would lie low whenever wheat payments are mentioned in view of his violation of Jiis election pledge to nny Uie fanners tho lull 5/ at railway sid ings. Mr. Hughes seeks to give 'the im- j nression that he lias found some Heav en-sent scheme to meet the first Fed oral payment of 2/G, whereas tlie posi tion is that he simply secured accom modation from those- whom he at one time denounced — 'private banking insti tutions. 'Aft. TTii rvlt rt n In Iini--/M-n1- -lTTlt/inft* WnPTt he states that the New South Wales Government has failed to honor its; ...

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The Farmer Must Wait! [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

i The Farmer Must Wait! I The announcement by the Federal vfPrimo Minister, that the New South .^Vales Government, despite its promises to tho farmers, is unable to find the money to redeem its guarantee,, is ' ^nough. to cause serious misgivings to nil sections of the community. It Is jiqfc at all likely that Mr. Hughes would fnake such a ' statement without very good grounds. Oi' course it is not ne fcessarv to take the alarminer view of the matter. The money, -will have to bo ? round, and the farmer will have to be paid; but all the same, the fact that the Government is not ready to pay him Jit once is an illuminating instance of tho attitude of politicians towards the {nan whom they describe as 'the back bone of the country.' ' i 'Members of Parliament have already Received the increases in salary which they voted themselves. School teach ers and other members of the Civil Service have likewise been paid their increases. Why then is the Government not able to pay the farmers for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

Such of the Cable News on fl*. Page so headed has appeared In «? Times,' and Is cabled to Australia oy special permission, It should be under stood that the opinions are not those, sf 'The Times' unless expressly mi' ' ».o to »t .. ? ;—.?- '

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NORTH SYDNEY TRAGEDY. No Trace of Wanted Man. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

NORTH SYDNEY TRAGEDY. No Trace of Wanted Man. SYDNEY, Monday. The police are still searching for Wil liam Coley, who is wanted in connec tion with the murder of Gertrude Me Grath. . . Superintendent Bannan states that clues have come from all over the place. 'We have,' he sajwl, 'received dozens of messages from different parts of the city. People have written from Bowral, WoHongong, Windsor, Maitland, Black town, and Mount Victoria, saviuc thatv they have seen Coley. We have inves tigated every report, whether it looked like- a wild goose chase or not, but so f;u have not located him. Wo have ascei-' tained that Coley had been in the Com monwealth only about, five weeks, and of that time he spent only ten days in Sydney prior to the date of the murder.

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