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COUNTRY WEEK TENNIS. Inverell Defeats Mudgee. BARRABA BEATS HARGRAVES SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

COUNTRY WEEK TENNIS. Invereil Defeats Mudgee. BARRABA BEATS HARGRAVES '; ' '.?'. SYDNEY. Tuesday. In; the country week tennis carnival, the preliminary rounds of the men's teams matches were concluded at Double Bay to-day. West Wyalong sustained , its first de feat, Dubbo I proving too strong. The Buttenshaw Bros of Wyalong, had the distinction of being the only pair to capture a set from Christie and D. Yeo of Dubbo. ? . . ? L. Sieler and Finloy (Marulan) are the winners oil- thb pairs averages, go ing through '.without the loss1 of- a, set. Teams .to qualify for the- seriii-firials 'are: -?'? : . ?? '? : ?.'-'??' ?? ? . ??- ?? ? '-. ?? „;,? ' ' DIVISION I. ' - ??-:' ic . Dubbp I won 54 sets out of i-G. .... '?West Wyalong 'won 40 sets but of 58., Bathufst I won 37 seta but of 56. , - ' . .DIVISION Hi Marulan won 48 sets out of 6(5. '. / 'West Slaitland won 3G sets out of ? '5,0. Dubbo 2 won 35 sets out of 56. :?'.?? DIVISION 3. ' - Barraba No. 1 won 45 sets out of 48. ?Buddabudah ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METAL MARKETS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

'METAL MARKETS. ; ' wiiri;X-l^^: SYDNEY,^ Tuesday.* . ouinuaru _..cppper, spot, £74/2/G tbre^; months,. £74/17/0.' . Electrolyte copper-;-£Sl/10 tq: £83/10; wire bars £.82/10; 't'd £82/10. ?.Lead.lspot £24-'3 months ,^£;2i4/10;v:ii Spelter,?- 'spot £27/2/6; three, months £27/17/6. iTin ?'U9.Voi£31.0/5;.-'.-.ithree-:..'.mi-nlnsi--'-:''-jE21;5/B'' Standard': silver;? spot 3/4l;' tlire'e?iribii .hs;:^(4f '. finp, , silver, spot, 3/7 . fi-lGd ?' three ^months' 3/7 3-JG.: ? ?.?.?^^?5,,

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

' PRODUCE MARKETS. ?'?v SYDNEY, Tuesday. A large supply of forage was on offer at Alexander' this niorriing, but- the db mand.was only small. , Sales of oateii chaff -were dull, but inquiries' for wheat en .v/ere better. '?'.-? ; Quotations: ' Wheaten chaff, pWmeJ'9/; ,T°°.d',?/^ to; S/;' medium G/G.' Oaten chaff, good -7/rtq: 7/G; 'medium 6/5; inferipr from; 3/1.',. Algerian oats, good 2/(i^ Barley;- 3/9; oaten hay, 15/. : Potatoe'v 9/-H6 ' 10/?;;-;priioris .' 10/ to'. 10/6. ? -; -' ?; No Northern sales. '? '?;?;: :'\

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JUTE MARKET. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

-i:M\ -.«?;*;.- jute MARKET' jfj'^P i$rt%-;:'^'- -, .SYDNEY. Tuesday. --j .Latest jute .quotations' are: Cbrnsacks ll%'bran;bags 9/6, wool packs 4/9. -.;:

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SYDNEY PIG SALES SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

^V^f-^^-'-.'U'-' ??'. ?? ?'?' ^??'''?- ';?'?. ??-?' ? Vi-JV;'^'-'^rr ^l^'^SYpNEYlflG^SALES^^fJtl .;:'i:v-f'::-:?i,, iS-YDNiEY, ?Tuesday.^'! ;|! Winchcombe Carson Ltd. .report;— ,--. :' ''? Supplies at to-day's Sydney- pig sales totalled 960 head. Competition ruled easier, and prices were generally l0we.1V We ??quote':- ?Backfatters ' 110/, to '360/,'' bacoriers' 115/ to' 170/,: p'orkerk'^'5/i -to 115/; ? ' ' : .- ? . ' '-.?'.? - - -?:?'' . '?'? .- .,';.

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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RAILWAY UNDER WATER. SYDNEY, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

RAILWAY UNDER WATER. ' SYDNEY, Tuesday Infoimalion leiehod the Railw-iy JJe pailmcnl '^ast nifht tli.it itood wateis w'eio two ieet si\ inches ovpi tho l.yls at riiiuminiUocty on Ifhe Cul cann Coro\/J. line Subsequertlv iho \/.itei lecedcd, and the line w is ,i\ailable foi traffic .it »e duced speed. .. . ?'

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CAPITAL CHARGES. Eight Death Sentences in 1920. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

CAPITAL CHARGES. Eight Death Sentences in 1 520. kviwilY- Tuesday Dh ing l^t voai 23 septate charges of muidei and live chaigeb o£ l.ipe weie heaul before the cnminal courts I In Hip maiontv ot instances acquittils were letuined by the juiies, but sen tence of death was ipcoided on eigl I occasions No execution toolt place, a plank of tho Labor platform being the abolition ot capital punishment.

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ALLEGED RECEIVING. Accused Remanded. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

ALLEGED RECEIVING. Accused Remanded. SYDN'DY. Tiiesdfl -i xVlficd Blackniore, 27, commercul tunellcr, \ as fuithPi lemanded at the police court to day on .i cha.i se of hat - jng leceived 50 do/en pair of ladiea hose, valued at £200, the piopeity o£ McDowells', Ltd, Knowing them to have been stolen Someant Nappci said it was expected Hut othoi a rests would he made v I

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House Shortage and the Causes. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

House Shortage and the Causes. At a police court in Sydney on Mon day the tenants of 32 cottages in two streets in Neutral Bay were proceeded mrajnst for not obevina: .their land £##&'! notice to quit. At one time such a state of .affairs would have been al most'impossible, for the tenants would simply have gone elsewhere. Sydney has now. become so crowded that th'er» is 'nowhere els© to go, hence the figlit by tenants to retain the tenancy ov .whatever homes they have. ? ?^.'Centralisation is not^ entirely respon ?sibfe* for/ tho impossibility of finding houses in Sydney. The go-slow poliej ?and^the high price of building mater ials have something to do with~it as ^weUy but the centralisation of all ein ^ployment in one city must be held res ponsible for most of the trouble. -The ?^ceMtelisation' evil is responsible to a greater extent than appears at the first glance, for the other factors in the shortage, are' themselves largely due. to centralisation. ' . One' of the chi...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Hitting Labor but Hurting the Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

Hitting Labor but Hurting the Farmer. The failure o£ the State Government ?to find the money to pay the farmers tho 2/6 a bushel about tho middle oi' this month is the most important con sideration of the moment for all class es in the community. It is believed th'nt llr. Hughes has secured accommoda tion from the banks to enable him to fulfil his promise of 5/ a bushel on delivery at sidings, and this therefore assures the ?wheat growers of moro than, half the total value oE the crop. But 5/ will hardly leave a margin ovei tho cost of production for last season, and the farmers are obviously depend «nt for their immediate profit upon tho 2/6 promised by the State. Unless they obtain it they will be kept hi fin an dial difficulties for an indefinite period, and many -will be deterred from putting in a large crop for next sea son. .The storekeepers and others who have 'Stood behind the f armors through r,tholdrought period will also be hard :-liit.- The whole financial stability of t...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Special forecast. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

^Special forecast. *i«^ tho 'No-rtJ-ern. Tablelands and a Worth and North- Western Slopes, sup plied to 'The Northern Daily Leader' »y the State Meteorologist, from the latest figures available each afternoon. 1 '.*''?' ^..Becoming cooler generally, with southerly winds and some showers and thunder. THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1921.

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RAILWAY INDUSTRIAL COUNCIL. Stationmasters Want Representation. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

RAILWAY INDUSTRIAL COUNCIL Stationmasters. Want Representation. svnNHV Tiipsilnv A meeting of the i:\ecutivc of tie Station M.isteis Association decided t) approach the Government loi leprosen tation on the Industrial Council winch w.is to be aimointed foi the ldilwiy service. It was also decided that memboi-, ot Parliament be appioached ioi legisl i j tion on these lines. ( A list ol grievances of station mas teis and night, qfficeis will be piepaied foi piesentation to tho Royal Commis sion now maiming into the i.ulwj service.

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FEDERAL SHIPBUILDING. Announcement to he Made Shortly. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

FEDERAL SHIPBUILDING. Announcement to be Made' Shortly SYDNEY Tuesday ? The Minister for Home and Temtoi ies, who administers 'the Ship Building i Branch of -the Prime Minister's Depail I ment is expected to make, important an nouncements shortly as regards the Government's'' constructional policy. Much depends on the decision of the meeting of the Amalgamated Societv ol Engineers, which will be held in P-d ney on Saturday regarding the agiee ment dealing with wages and condi lions to operate in the Federal Govern ment's scheme.

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WAR SERVICE HOMES. Allegations of Broken Faith. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

WAR SERVICE HO MES. Allegations of Broken Faith. ;? .'.???? SYDNEY. Tuesday. Mr. Jlahoney, M.H.H., slated to-day that Uio War Service Homes C'ommis-' sion had apparently decided not to. ad vance any more money for purchases of houses already erected. Dozens of complaints had been sent to him from returned soldiers who -hart paid deposits on houses in which tliev had commenced to live, under the. im pression that the War Service Homes Commission wonldj make the advances necessary to acquire them. One man explained that he had paid £-30 deposit on a house, and 'put -in £50 worth ot. improvements, oniy to be told without, warning that he could not. get the id vance to pure7ia.se it;.

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LATE TELEGRAMS. Socialism a Failure. VIEWS OF CITIZENS' DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION Industrial Tyranny. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

LATE TELEGRAMS. Socialism a Failure. VIEWS OF CITIZENS' DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION | Industrial Tyranny. SYDNEY. Tuesday. ' iUi Dav, Piosident ot ,the Cjtu'iis' Demociulic Association, decloies'i-that Socuilism lias had its tual, ajid Uiled , rile finds In indiVidu.il efCoH'a sofiiiiou of (lie social problems of the day, and condemns the tyrannists of 'industrial- ism -as aiming at sectional control in stead of representative government; and believes, that individual liberty is men-' need by Us policy oE increasing the number of manual workers by denying members the right of personal advance ment, and -keeping them to the level of a' fixed and awarded wage,' in other words, of keeping thorn there all their lives. Thus members of the working class may be more easily manipulated by unscrupulous leaders whenever tho occasion demands. ' . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

[?] [?] -.i*. . ' ' ?'.'*,.-?? ?'' '?''*.?? . ?*! . ..' ?';'? , Pastoral and 1 Associations ? ? / To h? held on Show Gtound Catalogues j obtainable. I from Secretary I ? .4:r ? ' aP' ?' ? ' xff ??'???' ? -:- ??????-?.?? ??? ?? ? ?'..?.:? '-^ff-.Jf '? \ '??'?- * * [H '?' ? ; .SECTION A---HGRSES, v , -?'?'?? Actual' age' in years and months to bo. slated if known- Entrance £:'? . fee:15 per cent., Members free, except tor jumping- and sporting,'; .::; events. - For particulars of entry, see regulations.- Entries close '.' ';:: ^Saturday, February 12th, 1921. '??.?.. : 7. .-,,-.,...,;.;;.;;../.;;?: DRAUGHT STOCK— HEAVY. J 1. Stallion, -3 years or over. First. ' tprize, £3; '(donated by Messrs. I -. W. Inglis and Son)), 'second, £1; ??? (donated by J. E. Deitrich). 2. Stallion, 2 years and under 3 yrs. .?-? '-} -First prize, £2; second £1- ' ? S.TColt, 1 year and ?under 2 years. :i. First prize, £1; second 10/. \4.''Mare, dry/ 3 years or' over., ? First prize, £2-K-gecond £1: ??'?!?? ?;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

PROPERTY SALES. Ware and Co., Tarn-worth*: report hav ing..sold .for Mrs. A.. W. Sippel, her fine; residence, 'Pctwin. Villa,' . Upi)or-street, Tamworth, to Mr. R. Graham, . Jate of. Duri, and .for .Mrs. C. E. Doyle, Moor' Creek, her fine brick residence in Car-i thage-street, Tamworth, to Mr. E. T.| Sippel, also re-sold the same property! for Mr. E. T. Sippel to Mr. It. H. Dowc-,1 o£ Tamworth. ? CASUAL COLUMN. Advertisements accompanied by caah for this column are Inserted at the rate of two lines for 1/ k (minimum two Unas, about «lx words per Hnej, each succeeding line or part thereof, 6(3. An additional chars* of 6d la made for booking. ? POSITIONS VACANT. WANTED.— Good PlniTi Cook. Apply, Post _pfllce_Hotel. Manilla. ? . WANTED.— A General, no washing:. A.n ply, Mrs. Bert Read, '?Aniblosido,' Hill _ Street, Tamworth. ? . WANTED. — Waitress, top wages; easy po~ . sltion. Apply. P. J. llyan. Railway Ho tel, Werris ? Creek. ? ^^^ WANTED~FoF Dairy Farm.— Man or boy, one that' can m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

Starts Thursday, January 13. Ends Saturday, January 29 Not a Sale of bad stock, but a GENUINE DINKY-DI SALE, giving reductions off our already FAMOUS VALUES. ?????-?'? 1 Don't be sorry afterwards, Come in your Sunday best, or otherwise, but be there— We'll be pleased to see you. . ? /. Make up your list and let us show you how to make £4 do the work of £5. Do it now ? To-morow may ' ,., : ... be too late. , .,;r-. ....... . ? \ MANCHESTER. White Calicoes, Sale Price, 13/11, .16/6, 18/11, 20/, 21/ .per dozen. Madapolams, from 1/4J per yard. Sheeting.— 54 inch., White Twill, 3/9, 4/3, 4/8. Sheeting.— 72 inch., White Twill, 4/8, 5/3 5 8. Sheetirfg — 80 inch., White Twill, 4/11, 5/3,, 5/8, 5/11, 6/6. 54 inch White Damask, 4/6 Glass Cloth from 9J. ' White and Brown Towels 1/9. White Roller Towelling 1/4£. Brown Roller Towelling 1/6£. HORROCKSES A.I CALICO, 36 inch I/I 1} YARD. DRESSES. ? Striped Crepes, 1/41, 1/7i, per yard. Single Width Check Zephyr, 1/9J yard. . Voilenes, usual 1/9, Sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

URALLA £100 HANDICAP, 120 yards. EASTER MONDAY, 1921. ! 1st £70, 2nd £15, 3rd £10, 4th £5. Entries close March 7. Nomination 12/6; Acceptance 2/6. N.S.W,A.L Rules: ....... . /&*fc»**te«w«s. 1%B*®8, J. L. EATHER, Hon. Sec; FURNITURE. DO NOT DECIDE BEFORH YOU . BEE.OUR NEW, SHOW ROOMS Oak Bedroom SuitesTlTKesTgni' 'bah' Dining Suites,- Tables, Bedateads, WU-ei Bedding, etc J^,' y:' ', Note Address: 160a 160, 162 PEEL ST ?PHONE 304. , ROLLINGS & ROBINSON 'The Cheap House.' ? TAMWORTH. ... UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. '' Your Holiday Resort, 'SEA BREEZE'1 HOTEL, Nelson's Bay, Port Stephens. The future Port of the New State Delightful climate, . invigorating air Comfort assured. Good fishing and boating. Right on the shores of ' the beach. Excellent -cuisine. o, -«, ? BCUBK- Proprietor. Phone, Nelson's Bay 5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 12 January 1921

If he iiys 'KriiiK home-some Castor Oil.' i ' Don't you do it— just take instead a box of ' The Aperient Chocolate SquaiW '! ^ Which cli ldrcn eat as readily as an ordinary chocolate. -t_ lhej do tot gripi. or constipate. At all Chemist* and Storei in box«i v / m MAKE YOUR ^''p^11111 J~|JT7|, ' ? -. JPIL A RUN-DOWN Nervous System is speedily I gp-j^ J-\ ' restored by Nutone. It costs you only 2/6 | S»£tggi« a bottle from your chemist oristorekeeper. 1 t w^Jjf^i^ Twenty times the quantity, worth 15/- or more1, can then ) j ps^rjqg; be made with the utmost simplicity in your own home. ; ' i jlltS ' MSfoneo'. ^1 I I^Sff'.V^X HUnnforiur.-.i fi,r the. ,Vk/.oj7« Proprietary by 'I I -t 7™Ott~*''- ' ' /?' // Fl ,.i,l- „?,*.?'..,. [.?:-:l.i;-.-A-trJ..,i,le.P«rthaud Sydney! * ' ? ? 'i ? ?'?; ? ? ? ''-?«: ? «''? ? - ? in- ? .....,„;„„«,„„„„„„» , ,t ..... ? YOUH STOCK- - RESTED IN WELL-GRASSED AND WATERED PADDOCKS IF CONSIGNED TO Hew Zealand LoaRS piercantHB flgsncy Do, Llif.^ 30 BRIDGE STREET,...

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