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SPORTING. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
SPORTING. CRICKET. The following flayers will represent Woolomln Cricket Club in a match again st Lboraberah, at' Woolbmin, on Saturday next, 15th inst. Play commences at 11 a.m.: Starr, Ferry, Pyrke, Westaway, Jackson, Mills, R. Ballaritlne, ,T. Brady, N. Foster, J. H. Swan,: H. 'Hannaf ord; and P; Poster. ' ?''? ''??;-1 ?:????? ?? ? A meeting 'of the Tamworth District Cricket. Union will be held on Monday next 17th1 inst., -at S p.m., at 'ftiickham .'and Paul's.' Business important.
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
I BOWLING. AUMIDALE.— The touring Kyogle bowling, team visited Armidalb on Fri day, und on that and tlie succeeding day played a two days' match on the Armi dale green against the local players. The result was a win for Armidale by tlie narrow margin of 2!) points. Tin* total scores were: Ivyogle 218. Armid-ale 277. The visitors were entertained tit a com plimentary dinner and smoko concert at Tatlersall's Hotel in the. evening. '
WHEAT GUARANTEE. Sir Joseph Cook's Reply SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
WHEAT GUARANTEE. Sir Joseph Cook's Reply * ? ' ' SYDNEY. TiiPKrtnv 'It is a spiteful remark without a sha dow o'f- ??justification,'- ' was ? rthe ? 'fibihment nf the i'Fedteral-'Trfcastt'rer w'hen'lils 'at tention 'was'.1 driiwri!i tb'Capta,iii: 'Dunn's suggestion that the' Pririio Minister had spmething tP do with the refusal of the banks to finance the State payment of 7/6 a bushel to the wheat fanners. Sir Joseph added: 'Tlie Commonwealth Government is most anxious to do any thing, that would help the farmers; It! is ridiculous to suggest that we would I combine with the banks to keep them out of the amount which the Stale Go vernment guaranteed. The trouble is that there is a scarcity of money, but I have no doubt the position will very soon improve as the products oC the country hre realised upon. Such of the Cable News or tli'.s Page so headed has appeared in 'The Times,' and Is cabled to Australia by special permission. It should ue under stood that the opinions are not thos...
SOLDIERS' COLUMN. What the League is Doing. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
SOLDIERS' COLUMN. What the League is Doing. Through' the cpurtesy ? 'of'Hthe. Editor of 'The Northern Daily Leader1,' one column in every Wed nesday's issue will be devoted to the doings of sub-branches of the Soldiers' League in the Northern area and other news of interest to returned soldiers. The news will be supplied! by the Hon. Publicity Officer of the Tamworth oub-branch | LEAGUE. SUBSCRIPTIONS. .As some Jittle . doiibt s.eerns 'to i exist among League members as to when their annual subscriptions become due, it may be as well to make tJio matter clear. Members joining between Janu ary 1 and June' 30 are. financial to De cember 31 in that year and therefore their next subscription becomes due on the next 1st January; those joining between July 1. and .December 31 and paying a full year's subscription of 10/ are financial, to June 30 in. the- next year, and their next subscription be comes due on the '1st Juiy. 'Mfrst isub-branclies axe crifleayorins to bring all their members...
WESTRALIAN STRIKE. BOTH SIDES STAND FIRM. Thousands Idle. PERTH, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
WESTRALIAN STRIKE. BOTH SIDES STAND FIRM. Thousands Idle. ' ' '' ! '?''.' : ? ' '.'?'' PERTH, Tuesday. ; The railway strike appears -to have reached an impasse. Both sides are standing -.firm. 'The men say they ex pect, the next move' from 'the Govern ment. .''?.-.-? . '' -. There aro now about. 7500 railwaymen out. The Ipss of wages for eleven days ampunted to abput £40,000. Two thousand miners are also out on the Golden Mile, representing a loss of £1700 a 'day, while ,the losses of the Cpllie miners and' others affected by the strike represents another £1000 :i day.
LATE MARKETS. Sussex Street. SYDNEY, Tuedsay. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
LATE MARKETS. ;' ??'?'?/'i'.Sn^a/Street ' ; ;???:' .'? ' ?' . SYDNEY. Tuedsay. Business was 'much brisker in Sussex Street this morning as a result of tile arrival of a steamer from Tasmania with over 10,000 bags of pew potatoes as well as a. large quantity of chaff and oat's, and some Swede turnips. . ' ? Buyers, however, were employed most ly in operating on potatoes, other llridn being almost neglected. Prime Bis marks were handled to £11 a ton. This; is an increase of £1 to £2 on the last shipment. Clarence Rivers were unal tered at £8 for best. j Very little maize was available at yes- j tordny's increased price of 8/. a bushel. There is a large demand, but. supplies at present are very scarce. Algerian oats are dull at from 2/4 to 2/G, and occasionally 2/9. The! demand. is only small, while there are large sup plies of grain. White is stated to be in short supply at 4/ to 4/3'. ' ' ,: i Victorian Gonions are- nominally at .£9' to £10. .-.? : ?? --.-: --v' ':?' '?'.' ' \ There ...
MEETING OF TAMWORTH LEAGUE TO-MORROW NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
MEETING OF TAMWORTH LEAGUE a-^:i ;;itdrM0RRqw^iiGHT. 5 ..iT:iip..coinmitteb of the 'Samworth New State^League will, meet at . the Cpuncil 'Chamber^ to-ihprrow (Thursday) night at ,8V'9'clbcki -when a: good attendance is desired.. The question of organising propaganda; tours throughout the dis trict ,wil];; be further considered. At last week's meeting it was decided to visit, Mppnbi, arid 'Kootingal on Saturday, January -22, accompanied by the band, and hold meetings at each centre. It is proposed to take the band 'to the fol lowing centres during the next few weeks: Kpotingal, Aloonbi, Dungpwan, Somerton, Nundle. Duri, Currabubula, Werris -Creelc arid Woolbrook. The programme -will be. finally adopted tp morrow night... '...?;-...??:-.,
SEWS OF THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
NEWS^MWRTH. was burnt out. The fire was «^M^8? , ' ed by willing residents. Mrs, Gal ? braith was 'burnt about tlie arms. .ARMIDALE.-The 11th annual meet ing- of 'the N.E. District of ..the M.U., OOF will be held in the Manchester Unity Hull Armldale. on the 'th inBtant at 10 a.m. In the evening the local lodge will entertain the visitors .it a bahquet 'in the Jolinstone Memorial : ^Thf SaSay' half-holiday, which was ?carried at a poll' taken last month, be doW operative this week. The stores will open on Wednesday afternoon and. close on Saturday afternoon, with Fri day as the late shopping night, in lieu ? of Saturday night. i : . -Armiaalefs. population increased last year by excess of births over deaths to the extent, of 200. ' Brigadier and' Mrs. Bickerton, with Ensign Steer and Lieut. Emeton, new Salvation Army officers, were welcomed to Armldale at a public meeting in the ?Army Hall last ? week. Adjutant War ren presided.
THE "BIG IDEA." KYOGLE BOWLERS AT ARMIDALE. Keen New Staters. ARMIDALE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
THE 'BIG IDEA.' KYOGLE BOWLERS AT ARMIDALE. Keen New Staters. ' ' ' '-' ' ' .?ARMIDALE, Tuesday.1' The Kyogle bowlers who visited Armi dale last week' proved strong supporters, of the New State movement. In prac-j tically all the speeches delivered by the visitors., at the complimentary smcke concert tendered them, vigorous refer ences' were nia'debyythe Kyogle men to the 'big idea,' which will undoubtedly produce a better and infinitely more iptO; gressive north. . ' . i,; * '. ?The fact was particularly stressed. by,; Hie visitors that a railway from.-- table-' land to coast would prove 'an iiie'stinif: able' boon, arid it was fairly certain only a New State Government would' bulld'it. Not only would passenger traffic 'be very brisk between the two areas,; but in, , the transfer of stock and the inter i change' of products in general . 'the ;lin- would play a very important part. ; ?? ?.. II was mentioned, for instance, that fruit, now cheaply obtainable on tho tableland, was bein...
URALLA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
URALLA SHOW. The prizes for jumping events at Uralla's 41st Show, to be held 22nd, 23rd, 24th February, have been increas ed by 25 per cent., and a new high jump is being' erected., There 1s a general increase of prize money in the hack and liai-rieSR ' classes, iis' well as in the pavilion. The schedule of prizes will be aent post' free oh application to the secretary.'
NEW STATE COLUMN. The Movement from Day to Day IS THE "HERALD" FOR NEW STATES? Remarkable Editorial. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
NEW STATE COLUMN. The Movement from Day to Bay IS THE 'HERALDS FOR NEW ,i.: -a ?:?'.-?;' states?1 ' Remarkable Editorial.' ; ' ?-' Is the 'Sydney Morning Herald' the, first of the big; .metropolitan dailies to ? see the urgent necessity of New States as the solution of Australia's financial , and consestion problems? Is would seem «p, judging .from the tone of .a, leading article in . Tuesday's . issue on tlie .reported agitation in liiyerina, for separation from New South Wales. The., '1-lerald' pooh-poohs the : idea ^ that the'', people of Riverina- want; .to .be. tackedj on to Victoria. . in this , view, -.the Sydr!A ntiyr. organ is iirbbably- riglit,-/asl Riverr,; ina 'has had' .separation:: r; aspirations,'; quite as long a period as Northern New. ; South Wales. V - ..'?;., .?-.?-:.'-.;,?'i1 -.-i. :^ As I'ili-'back as 1856 Rlve'riria, then '-a niere trackless wiMerriess^ was agitat ing for the -privilege of establishins a New- State, and it actually sent a dele gation to Loncio...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
PERSONAL t Mr. A. G. Edriioridsbri, teller ' and accountant at the Tamworth branch of the Coinmonwoalth Bank, of Australia, has received notification of his transfer to Sydney. Ho will be leaving early -in February. Mr. Edmondson has been in his present position for about seven months. .-??.????. ? . The 'Mayor pf Tamworth '(Aid. W. A. Bourne) paid a courtesy call yesterday on Lieut. Colonel W. M. Lo'gan, Bri gade Major A.K. and I. Staff, who is nt present, visiting Tamworth on military matter. Colonel Logan was in India when the war broke out, and- wa suc cessively O.C. thu 3(!th and G2nd Bat talions. He lias his headquarters at West uMnitland, being attached to the instructional staff.
TAMWORTH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
TAMWORTH MARKET. Special nctice of dairymen Is drawn to Mahony and Co:'n sale of dairy cat tle at their town sale yards on Friday next. Among them will be found some beautiful fresh calved cows. Also- a choice dairy Durham bull, three years old, from Government stock, a Wood red and a loautiful type of animal, very quiet; also one T.H.C. motor' lorry, in good order. ': ???.-??
MAITLAND STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
?: MAITLAND STOCK SALES. J. Ennght, reports: — .'.; . ... r ...-; ..Nine hundred fat cattle .were .-yarded',; The market was equal ' to ? last .r^day's rates. : ' . . ,, ? ['J,-. ?'. '-. We. sold: Miinro's bullpcks. £ 19/18/6;' Williams' bullocks to £ 22/3/6 ;.? Bolivia Pastoral Company's bullocks -to'1, £20; Morrissey's bullocks to. £19;. ?? Came ron's cows to £12/8/6; Geust's'. steers £ilO/S/G. cows £.10/11; .'.'Sevll'sU Vsteers £11/13/6; Grinsell's steer's' to £14/3/6. Sheep were firmer. We -sold Gilder's crossbred eyes 34/1 f- lambs : 21/10: Lawrence's hoggets' 28/1; Cooper' Bros1 crossbred wethers. 35/10; Taylor's X bred ewes 28/. '
"IRISH AMBASSADOR." Detained on Board Makura. Trouble Over Song. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921
;'IRISH AMBASSADOR.' .-, Detained on Board . Makura. '. . ' trouble Over Song- ' ?'??? : ? SYDNEY. -Tuesday. . Mr. Esmond, a detained passenger aboard the M-akura, was in a cheerful mood to-day.- ???... ... '.-..-? . ,'; 'I am detained iiere' he said?, 'and I believe that I am accused of being Am bassador Extraordinary to the Irish Re public, but I am not I .was in'America with /the Irish, mission.' . Asked if he was visiting Australia in connection with Irish affairs, Mr. Es mond said he was, in a way.' 'The whole trouble arose,' he continued, .'through fwtaih of the passengers taking excep tion to a song I sang aboard- the shin n bout Lord Pronch. As u matter pf fact it was a good song. I wrote it my self and sent a copy .to Lord French, who enjoyed it immensely. The passorii gera, however wired ahead, and ?' went put of their way to make trouble. I don't ithink I shall be released. 'They will probably send me back or,V .he ndded w-ilh a laugh, 'I shall finish up .by being deporte...