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

liiiliiiiiiii^^ | -'? ? v. ' ??' ? ' : ' '??? ;- ?'??'??? ? ji 1 iii __ - j| || For Best,,Vailuei in Bedroom Furniture try ;the Palace pf Trad,e. | Best Australian Workmanship. Specially Selected Timber, and |{ made expressly for us. Ill The Wood in these Sblid Oak Bedroom ,Suites contains quality ?? | 111 and . beauty,, and the .craftmanship. throughput :is of the highest iii grade. ??'??? ' ' ' '/'?...':/? ?'???-' '^??:-: '?-????? .?????-????????»-?? ????? . | For appearance, durability and' value'^Hese. Bedroom;; Suites are | |! unbeatable. ' I I] No I. -Wardrobe, 3ft.. 6iS, B.E.. Mirror, I Drawer, Duchess Chest, j j!| BE. Mirror, 3 prawers, Tiled Back Washstand, with Cupboard. £32. J l| No. 2.-Wardrobe, 4ft, Oval B.E. Mirror, I Drawer 3ft. Ches^ | |j] Oval Mirror, 3 Drawers, Tiled Back Washstantl, with Cupboard. £35| III No 3— Wardrobe, 4ft 6in, Double Doors, B.E.; Mirrors and [Lead- i; iH lights, 3ft. 6ih. Chest, 3 Drawers, Tiled Back Washstand, with Cup- | ;. f| board. £45.^ ?...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE TELEGRAMS. Sydney City Council. PAYMENT OF ALDERMEN. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

LATE TELEGRAMS. Sydney City Council. PAYMENT OF ALDERMEN. SYDNRV. Mnminv The Lord Mayor stated to-day that it was untrue that either himself or mem bers of the party to which lie belonged had at any time advocated payment of aldermen in the- Sydney City Council as it existed to-day. Tliero was, how ever, provision in the Gie.ilei Sydney Bill. Aqi;., the. payment.of aldeimen when jUiJi'tJI^qheiiijpnyVns ^(ve.iv eifect to, and not even wan tne -greatest stretch of imagination could .he be credited with the drafting of that bill. Ij. had been before Parliament for a number of years, but he' understood it had Ibeen held up by the Legislative Council. He added: 'The Government will ho doubt be urged to give effect to that bill shortly. The Legislative Council will be also urged to get a move on and deal with it, instead of acting against the best interests of the people like they have been doing by their obstinate tactics.'

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

HARP'S SDMM^ SALE STARTS T0-.DAY FOR TEN .DAYS ONLY. ?sy^^'\ imm^ in LAbiEsv Iii TRIMMED ORGANDI BLOUSES, 10/11, 12/6 / JRIMMED VOILE BLOUSES, 9/M, 10/11 ' .kiCREPE,DE-CHENE BLOUSES, 24/6, 29/6. ' GEORGETTE BLOUSES, 22/6, 27/3, 29/6. t'MAIDS' NET DRESSES, 39/6. ^ MAIDS' VOILE DRESSES, 16/11. ! ' '? v ^ i SILK SPORTS COATS, 39/6, 50/. . ''* SERGE SKIRTS, 39/6, ., 55/6. ? ,' ' r'^-^v^ ? ? ' ;i0jliHER LINES GREATLY REDUC ID. , - ; COME EARLY, , AVOID DISAPPOnTMENT. V '/ .'.- ::. .':''; ' J. HARP, '-^i:^V. LADIES' OUTFITTER, ^ PEEL STREET, TAMWqRTH.

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THE GARDEN. The Flower Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

THE GARDEN. ?? ._/r . The Flower Garden. ? 'I he. Stock: This sweetly perfumed - flower has buen in favor .irom very an cien; time?. It is one of the group familiarly known as Gillyrflower, under which liume were aiso included tlie Wall ilower, the Caiuation, and the Dame's Violet.'; To' distinguish it from other, members of the tuoup it was designated the Stock-gillyflower— an allusion to its stocky or tree-like habit o£ growth. Even in the times of the. early Eng lish writers dn Horticulture we find re-. *iicutu tuiunuuie olOCK-giiiynowers, Dut the Howur owed iis universal popularity' to its delightful spicy odour' and gay coloring. Thes.j Qualities have ensured!' for it constant addition and popularity; , for even fnshion, which often puts beau , tiful flowers put of favor, for. ho appar ent, reason, has never succeeded, at any time, in depreciating this fine old favor-' ?to. Of the thirty species of stocks Known to botanists, all of which are na tives of ihe countries bordering....

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The Vegetable Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

The [Vegetable Garden. Succession Cabbage: This splendid variety still retains its popularity. as one of .the best large. drumhead types in ex istence. It was introduced l)y a noted American grower about 30 years ago, aud is still one of the most popular var ieties in America and Australia. The, heads are large and solid, and free from the coarseness usually prevalent in the larger types.| Succession is a main crop variety, maturing, under congenial con ditions, in about 17 weeks. Qno of its most. valuable features is the fact that good solid heads arte formed for a con siderable-time before full ' maturity is reached. ? This cabbage, and 'short-stemmed Drumhead,' the writer confidently re commends as two good main-crop types or present sowing. For the best early types I recommend for the private grow er, Early Jersey, Wakefield, and Enkhui ffn !?ry',maturins ^ 13 and 14 weeks S!I* ;To. the. market gardener rs.peci.tlly recommend Copenhagen Mar Warkrt \ .wcel,; variety. ' Copenhagen...

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SHOW SOCIETY'S ART UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

SHOW SOCIETY'S ART UNION }-' A TAsSoWnrHta'y^° Ule Tamworth .f. and Wottr,' wheat SRr:p. prize:' ^ffbat^^^^:^: H Mo'xon, I'bns! baB: Ml' OnkeB'-1 I)a

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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HIGHLAND GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

'.' HIGHLAND GATHERJNG.^ : '' ?The Caledonian Society of Tamworth and 'district is: holding its annual High land Gathering on the 'Tamworth' Oval on 'Anniversary Day, Wednesday-, Jahu' ary 26. As uaual half- of- the- net pro ceeds will be donated' to a patriotic or charitable' object, and on. this occasion the Tamworth- District' Motor Am'tiu' lance Society is to be asa'sted:1 The ' day's progi-amme consists of ? piping ii»d ?-.. dancing competitions and bicycle- -races, ?'- children';; events, and other' m'iscellane- . ous attractions:- Th0 Armidale1 Pi&e; Band has boen1 ensag.ed, and' will talco '.' part in the street pro'ceuslon . leaving the- fountain in Mariua-street at'- 10-:: o'clock. The' gathoTing will' conclude, ivith a grand 'coiitiriental' on' tiiedval-at' :iifiht; ? .- ?'?.?'?? '?

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BAD LANGUAGE AND BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

BAD LANGUAGE AND' BEHAVIOUR.: ? Albert Brown .was brought up'' at' the Tamworth ? Pol ice ; Court yesterday, on ' a chargo'of^ behaving' in' a riotous ' man- ! ner on December 24, in the Paris Cafe,/ Tamworth. ... A second charge.-- was pre ferred against him' of using' indecent' language ' on the' same 06'casion. ' Mr. R';' J. 'O'Halloran appeared' .for'' accused*' who pleaded guilty.. Nicholas- Sami6s;i proprietor of the Care, said there wereV inatiy'. women and children in the place: it the time.: Accused was fined '20/, '?'?. ivitli'8/ costs, on the first charge,'- and-' . £3, with 9/G costs, on the second.

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ADMIRALTY'S ECONOMY ORDER. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

ADMIRALTY'S ECONtiMYOR^ER: ?(Published in 'Tlie Times i^)::'' ti.a A-;-.-..-...., .LONDON,. Sunday.,, *'»- numiraiiy nas ssued a anepial wonorty ol.dei, A1, departmente awto l-ut in abeyance all new schemes invoi™ re fXpr'itUI'e- T'° 'tnl0Ht ?'eductions' ^icyt ma'°' com*llible ^i.h naval

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RIVERINA'S FUTURE. Views of Victorian Minister. No Unfriendly Action. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

» R!VER[NA'S FUTURE' O v Views of Victorian Minister. . Ho Unfriendly ' Acfibrr.' ; : SYDNEY, MbndajK''-' An; Aibury message says- that Mr: Oman, Victorian Minister for . Lands, was interviewed in regard to the sugges tion made in;som© quarters' that 'Hi vertna' should be formed ' into: a neSv' State '': or ' attuched to Victoria, . . i ? '??«-.p 1 ' He, said that as friendly relations ''sap-:: sisted between ' the New South Walei / and ? Victorian Cabindts the 'latter courd' not -take an ? active part in 'any movem'en'i'1 towards the severance of a' valnable:por- ?? tion of New South Wales. He had. form-' cu * «iBU opinion of the administrative^ capacity of the New. South' Wales repre sentations' on the Wheat Board ' ' Tliei had snown close attention td ;th;e rights': of the farmers in their State. ? * :, There was. however, in the 'border ovinl +S a.,Cl0Se attacl»^nf to VlctoplS? owing to the convenience of doing- 'busD ness with the southern State; and Trt .: quently suggestions ...

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SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

: special Forecast. For^the Northern Tablelands and North and North-Western Slopes, sup plied to -'The Northern Daily Leader' by the State Meteorologist, from the . latest flgxires available each afternoon. - i Fine and warm with south-east to jnorth-east winds. Unsettled later [with some scattered showers and .thunders. XHE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. I' TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, -1921.-.-:

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ECCENTRIC BURIAL CONDITIONS. LONDON. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

ECCENTRIC BURIAL CONDITIONS;' (Published in 'The Tl/nea.') ? ._.-..- LONDON. Sundfiv .. ilie limes' Kansas correspondent' wires: a resident named Samuel Rad P«s was buried in a vault, which is to be illuminated with continued ni'ctric llsht' .The will provides that a local newspaper .shall bu delivered- at the vault dally,. ?s ? ': ' .'

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BIG CLEARANCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

B|G, CLEARANCE SALE. To-morrow, Wednesday, the 12th inst., at. 1.30 p.m. sharp, cpmmences a.bip; clearance sale; at 'Stnilhmbre' Ifarm, (i miles from Tamworth, on\(he Duri Road. Rvor.vthing is for' right out mile. Seo full particulars in other coiiunn.s. A. j, Stewart and Co. are the auctioneer!;.

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

11 ._. _ — 1^, CHEAP QUEENSLAND CATTLE. f' , 150 MILES OVER BORDER. ?^™o™nfW£S6 2 t0 8 yeai'S- GOOC1 ?UuUly alld co^^: t % call, to 480 .BWJLOCKS, 3 and 4 years, Station bred,' one brand.- . spienuid quality N^ecTed £8r0Wn' '* l° fat- D'r'^Hersford cross.P , Never been '^ 750 MIXED SEXES 12 14 months. One brand, -Station bred. Shorthorn-Red 260 STBBR^ll 1' T''d ^^ rn-grOWn- In good condition £4/10 250 STEERS, 1J to 2 years. Shorthorns and Shorthorn-Hereford Cross. Well ' grown, good quality, splendid order. £6/10 ^ «»». WB' '-*? Sf in' £M?l,rnlSE.ShO'hW '' Sl.».'.»™-H.r«l.t-l cri». Goc] . -f ; CARV1N AND COUSENS, LTD., TAMWORTH. ji CHEAP MIXED ,FARM, ^ !: , *„ HAND* [TO RAIL '- ; «*' »????? i!-,,;,^.^.: wn'- .:???? ?-? :' ' SITUATED Close to Railway Siding. Post and Telegraph Office. 1092J .Acres . ( comprising 615 acres Freehold, balance C.P. All good grazing country « '- BrUCrPef,Stt°iJll1-lVand- Watered ? by BO0d dala and springs S \ « Brick cottage, ot 4 rooms, kitchen, bathroom...

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SALE OF LYNDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

SALE OF .LYlijOHURST. inJ!U'f,antl-Co-. Tamworth, report hav I s1S.RSOllr°r the1 ^editors ,of u.e late b. R, Walker, his weir known Lvnd . hurst residence, on the Gunriodah n'oad o Mrs. Donoshue of 'Belmont,' Tnm -ar . SijrinBR; a|»o ro-soUl the same pro l'itj lor Mrs. Donofi-hue to Mr i; ,\ LIIul1' late a? 'Hillside,' GimncdBh' ?

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Scott—Bayliss. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 11 January 1921

Scott— Bayliss. A pretty wedding was celebrated in St. Patrick's Church, Glen Innes, on Wednesday, December 29, when Mr. William Richard Scott (late A.I.F.) youngest son of Mrs. R. Pigott, of Glen Innes, was married to Miss Kathleen Veronica Bayliss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel James Bayliss, of Glen Elgin. The bride's frock was of white, crepe-de-chene, with filet lace and pearl trimmings, and her veil was a very hand-   some one, arranged with a wreath of orange blossoms. Miss Mary and Cecilia Bayliss, sisters of the bride, attended her as bridesmaids, wearing brown net dresses, with pink trimmings, with hats to match. They all carried beautiful bouquets, gifts of the bridegroom. The bride's gift to the bridegroom was a pair of gold sleeve links; and the bride- groom's present to the bride a diamond   ring. The bridesmaids each wore a gold brooch and bangle, which were gifts   from the bridegroom. At the conclusion of the marriage ceremon...

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SWIMMING—BOYS WANTED TO HELP. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

SWIMMING— BOYS WANTED TO HELP. At last night's, riieeting of the Tam-' worth Municipal- -Council ? Alderman Green succeeded in getting a 'resolution, passed,; providing for the 'CPnstructipn pf.: a-/; sandbag weir_ at Paradise. The idea, is to raise the present level of the water at least 2 feet, which will throw) a sheet of water back fully a quarter ' of ? a mile, thus enormously increasing ' the bathing facilities at Paradise dur-i ing the present season. The work will not take long, and a start is tb, be made,, to-day. The senior boys of the town are invited by the Council to meet Mr.: J. White,' Wofts Officer, at Para dise Bridge at 2 o'clock this afternoon Tor the. purpose of helpins: in the filling of the ba^.s with snnd. The sooner the work is clone the quicker will a sheet of water be available for swimming-. Thf- icMa is a gpod one,- pn-l should make Paradise a popular bathing re sort. fo'# boys .for 'the rest of the sum-! mer. As the work is specially for the henefit of s...

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MESSRS. VICTOR COHEN & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

MESSRS. VICTOR COiiENl & CO. ' In this issue Messrs. Victor Cphen & Co., 'the old firm, with the new name,' announce that they have secured ' the services of Mr. S. A. Gray. Jun.. late of Collareriebri, to take charge of the'stock and station department of their busi-l ness. Mr. Gray comes with good ere- 1 dentials from Collarenebri, where he wa«| in business for about four years, duriti& ' which' time he was identified with vari ous patriotic and charitable movements, having been hon. treasurer of the hospi tal, president of Progress Association, and secretary of School of Arts.'1

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TAMWORTH HIGHLAND GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

TAMWORTH; HIGHLAND .GATHERING. The Chinese.^resi,dents pr Tamworth and district are' again 'assisting the Caledon ian Society . iri^'its efforts for patriotic and charitable 'purposes, and have ar ranged, to hold ..a stall on the Oval on Anniversary -Day, Wednesday, January 26. On this occasion half of the net proceeds from the sports and continen tal will be donated to the Tamworth and District Motor Ambulance Society. In- ' cidentally the Caledonian Society, has. placed several events for the Chinese on | the programme. ? .'.-.',.. ... ;.,,. j

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QUARTER SESSIONS AND DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

QUARTER SESSIONS AND DISTRICT %Z;pH~.--ty —.court..., ; ? . . ' : 'A' G'ourt of. Quarter Sessiens will be opened -at1 Tamwor.th on ; Tuesday , Feb ruary , 1, -at 10 a.m. -District Court will be held.ori -the. same. date The latest date for-'-ffiing -plaints for the District Court is Friaaiy ;.next, : January ,14. ,-,.

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