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Irish Disclosures. DE VALERA DENIES 1918 PLOT. Murder by Masked Men. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

Irish Disclosures. DE VALERA DENIES 1918 PLOT. ! Murder by Masked Men. . { (Router's Telegram). , [ LONDON. Wednesday. m With reference to the disclosures by if\ the Uritisi; Government De Valera '& made a statement denying that there || was any German plot ' in 1918. He de- M clares tlie whole object 6f publishing m the documents is to revive war time $5 hatreds and prejudices. jsj The Commoner, Colonel Lynch, a M member of the Dail Eirann, has beeu 1 ill-rested in Dublin. w iSeven masked men entered a house 5§ at Camlough, County Armagh, one & morning. Thqy marched two members if of the household from their beds 'and p shot one dead. U

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATE TELEGRAMS. Boy Bandits. IMBUED WITH PICTURE SHOW STUFF. Fined £15 Each. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

LATE TELEGRAMS. = Boy Bandits. IMBUED WITH PICTURE SHOW STUFF. Fined £15 Each. SYDNEY. Wednesday. At JCogarah 1-olice Court to-day two youths, George -McNamara and Frede rick, Shajpe, were charged with steal ing* -g-56il3 valued at £35 from various lii-iua. Arthur siocltdule, nnolhcr youth was charged with .having' received tbo goods. ??????? Constable Longworthy said that on December 2», in company with other police lie went to a hut built in a swamp at ~R;unsgate. They found the goods produced, including a saddle ana tools, in the hut. There was also a letter headed 'Cart of Post Oniee, Ualong.' One para grauh of the letter read: 'I am a hay st-ed. Anyhow, you ciuu find out. The hou.se must bo going to the bad do\\n there. What's in the wind'.' uun play? I don't think I-. need your advice, as 1 am quite able to manage my own busi ness, but I may get a lend of your gun, and in your spare time dig some more graves in tho reeds. Dig them deep.' The letter was signed 'Alex.' The case ...

Publication Title: Northern Daily Leader, The
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Wall Street Again. VANCOUVER, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

Wall Street Again. j (Reuter's Telegram.) || :— 'VANCOUVER, Wednesday. M The Wall Street bears experienced an ? s uncomfortable day, when substantial | gains were registered . in speculative IB: | sues. United States Steel sold at ii. ' |

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A Too-Expensive Liquor Poll. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

A Too-Expensive Liquor Poll. » « AIL but tlie fanatical prohibitionists | will approve of the Government's deci- 1 i siou to defer the taking of the liquor | poll this yc«r. The Aci passed, by the ?? H«]mnn Government was, like so many; ' of the legislative commitments of tho | ox-Premier, too expensive a proposition ? for a small and financially distressed ; ; ccjiimunity. Luxuries are only within : the si:ope of tho nltra-rich, and the i iirguinant applies to communities as to J individuals. The man who conunits himself to obligations greatly in excess * 6f bis means brings himself and ? others to grief. The State that follows j the .same reckless road courts bank l ruptcy for itself and hardship for its j people. Ten years *go the prohibition j poll would have probably been within I the financial compass of New South - Wales; since then the public debt and i the cost of government have risen so | enormously as to make any further ? heavy commitments for the present not j only dan...

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THE LATEST Naval Disarmament. "ALL NATIONS FOR ALL TIME." U.S.A. Secretary's Views. VANCOUVER, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

THE LATEST - I Naval Disarmament I 'ALL NATIONS FOR ALL I TIME.' 1 U.S.A. Secretary's Views. B B (Reuter's Telegram.) H ?..?.;, , VANCOUVER, Wednesday. M W$%'i-rW*18' ^'S' -evidence before H the JvVvar Committee at Washington B said: ': Hoi (days indicate a cessation for H a brief period, with an Intention of re- ? turning to the old job when the holi- ? day is over. The only wise course is to H end the competitive naval programmes, ? not for one year or five years, or among 5 a few nations, but for all time among B all nations. The time is ripe for secur- ? ing such an agreement now. M 'On March 5 Senator Harding can I take action in hastening the day when m the taxpayers of this country can safe- Bt ly be freed from the great burdens of. M war preparations. I oppose the idea R| of the so-called holiday because it is- ES like applying a. poultice when surgery mX is required. rag 'Mr. Churchill's proposal in 1913 for £l| a. naval holiday for Europe failed be- E£gl fore it started.' ...

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SPECIAL FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

' SPECIAL FORECAST. ! For ,the Northern .Tablelands and ' North and North-Western Slopes, sup I piled % to 'The Northern Daily Leader,' i by the 3tate Meteorologist, 'from the I latest figures available each afternoon. ? Some scattered cloud and showers on _ the Northern Tablelands, extending to , isolated places on Northern slopes; oth l erwlse chiefly fine and cool, with south ! erly winds. I THE NORTHERN DAILY LEADER. ! -???,;? ;;;?- .?-;-,^ ^ ! THURSDAY, JAMJARY 13, 1921.

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War-Time Parachuting. USES AT THE FRONT. Airship of the Future. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

Sft War-Time Parachuting, i toe USES AT THE FRONT. \ Airship of the Future. I (Reuter's Telegram.) 1 LONDON, Wednesday. i Commodore Mnitland, who in war time Kg parachuted over London from a height % of 13,000 Teet, lectured on aircraft last & night at the Royal Society of Arts. Us jm disclosed the .fact that no ship in war '$ time, which was escorted by aircraft, ji had been torpedoed. ' M The . lives of 750 Englishmen and 800 M Frenchmen had been saved by parachut- p ing from burning balloons in war time. If M hostilities had lasted a little longer alt i| aircratt would have carried parachutes. || Parachuting was not dangerous. The i parachutist travelled 15 feet a second, m and landed with a weight equivalent to -s a jump of four feet. jj tie said that black parachutes were | used in France Tor dropping spits behind J the enemy's lines at night time. Tho ii Germans did the same, and caused a I lot of confusion by misdirecting our traf- I »ic du.-ing the retreat of 1918. f...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

^Cricket/ .-;\ ??'/?? ??;?? A meeting and practice of the Bithra mere Cricket Club .willr-'berheld- .on the ground. on Jan. 1.6, at;2 .p.m. sharp. All members requested .^tq,, attend. The following team has been selected to represent the iMuiiicipal Sports Club in a match against the Banks Cricket Club, at the Viaduct Park on Saturday, January 15, at 2 p.m.. As this is a com petition match the players are requested to be oir the ground at 1.45 p.m. sharp. P. Connors,. A. McDonald, S.- Cook; A^ Post, E. A. Briley, J. Broadbent, D. Barries. G::-Pearce, J.- Coffey, A. Searle, T. McCormack. Emergencies: C. Lam bert,. iF. :Hassan, and V. Broadbent The following players will represent the ? Second Grade Soldiers against Goonoo Goonoo,' on Saturday next, at Goonoo Goonoo: Grayston, Belcher, Callaghan, Dufte.ll. Smiles, Clarke, Wiggan, Cum niings, Marsh, Church, Coupland, and Northcome. Car will leave Post Office at 2 o'clock sharp. The Goonoo Goonoo Cricket Club are asked to- all turn up o...

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TAMWORTH NEWS. HOSPITAL ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

TA1WORTH;:NEWS. '?;.. HOSPITAL ANNUAL MEETING. ?? - - : n : ? : - 1 As notified by advertisement elsewhere in this .issue the annual meeting of the Taniiworth District Hospital will be held on Monday week, January 24, at the Mechanics' Institute, to receive the re port and balance-sheet for 1920, and- elect the committee for 1921. Also to trans act any other business in accordance with the Hospital Act. .? -. -..- CHICKEN STEALING. Arthur Doylo was chargod at the; Tam worth Police Court, yesterday, with steal ijiK !) game chickens and one Orpington 'chicken at Glen Innes between Jan. 5 and 10, to the value of £10, the property of John Mark Hamilton Marshall. Ac cused pleaded guilty. Mr. Marshall, who breeds fowls as a hobby, missed 'some -chicles at Glen Jnnes during the' lime mentioned. After, receiving information rrom ,t.he police he camo. to Tamworth and' went to accused's houso. in Murray Lane, where he saw several fowls and identified ten of them as his .property. About the ti...

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HAWAIIAN SWIMMERS WELCOMED SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

HAWAIIAN SWIMMERS WELCOMED ' : SYDNEY, Wednesday. Lud'y Langer.' and Pau Kealcha, tne visiting Hawaiian swimmers, were ofll cially welcomed .by the' New South Wales Amateur Swimming Association to-day.

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WHAT THE TEACHERS THINK OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

WHAT THE TEACHERS THINK OF IT. Some idea of thei value of the Jones' 1 system is afforded by the following ex-' tracts from testimonials received by inel author from educationalists :— ' ' - , | I unhesitatingly affirm that (after twelve months' trial): | . (1). It is simple and effective. ?' -I (2) It produces activity of hand and I eye. . . ; ? | (3) It introduces the Kindergarten ele-, mont. . ? 1 (4) It promotes interest as. no other I reading method has done cultivates self-] reliance,, and develops individuality. .\ ., (0) Pronunciation and fluency are ?eadily developed, and the methods of implication of the simple forms of the liacritics are great aids to spelling. . (6) To the teacher, elementary read ng is no longer, a drudgery — nay, it is' inder this -system, a delightful occupa-| ion. . . ' I G. R. Martin, Headmaster, Gilgai. Speaking as one who has used this1 system for 15 months, I can freely say :hat the Jones' System of teaching read- 1 ing has indeed proved ' a lift...

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FLOATING WRECKAGE SIGHTED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

?FLOATING WRECKAGE SIGHTED. SYDJfBY, Wednesday, j The Navigation . Department- to-day received a wire from the pilot at Eden, stating that portion of a deck house, about ten feet by six, had been sighted two miles north of Billangbee. It is believed in shipping circles that the deckhouse is part of the schooner Tnpn. ' ...

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NEW AID TO SPELLING. ones' System Gaining Favor. DEPARTMENTAL SYMPATHY. Author may Travel the State. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

NEW AID TO SPELLING. ones' System Gaining Favor. DEPARTMENTAL SYMPATHY. Author may Travel the State. During the past six months a number of teachers 'visited Mortdale public school .to see.Mr. Jones' system of teach ing reading, and so impressed'were they that in many schools the ' method was put into operation immediately. It seems to have taken root in the metro-i politan area. It appeals particularly tol the: mistresses and teachers of the in fants' schools* and according to testi monials sent to the author very pleasing results have come from its adoption. It is now in operation at ih'e practice schools, and numbers of students - have seen it demonstrated. sSince his appointment to the metropo litan area Mr. Jones, who was transfer-' red from Bundarra school, has had a heavy task — the management of his Konool, and the introduction of his sys tem. Many country centres appealed to the Department to allow* him to visit their districts and give an outline of the method. In duo cour...

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CLOSING RANDWICK HOSPITAL. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

CLOSING RANDWICK* HOSPITAL. ' SYDNEY, Wednesday. ! Randwick. Military Hospital is to be closed on March 1. From that date all . soldiers requiring treatment will be transferred to the Royal Prince Alfred j Hospital. ' Major Marr, M.P., states that he , learned that in view of the closing of the hospital, an attempt was, toeing I made to discharge, men who, in the j opinion of the military doctors, . should | remain!: in ^hospital. j

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D. B. O'CONNOR COMPANY. Visit to Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

° ?;/? D.-B. O'CONNOR COMPANY. Visit to Tamworth. It is about twelve months since the everrpppular.- D.v B. O'Connor and his comic opera company last paid a visit, to Tamworth, and local, theatre-goers will hear with pleasure the announce ment that this talented organisation . will.be at the Theatre, Royal on race' nights, when they will present, on their .usual, elaborate'1 'scale, as a grand open ing production on Tuesday evening, the recent city comeoy success, uipsy Love,' in which Mr. O'Connor, as Joszi, the.. Gipsy fiddler, will be 'seen at his best. His musical numbers with Miss Ida' iLeggatt, are some of - the finest things in the opera. Another big at traction in' the classy repertoire this! season will bo 'The Girl for the .Boy,' [? which Mr. O'Connor secured, at an. enormous expense after its record sea- ? son in Sydney and Melbourne; 'VThe j high standard previously attained will'! be surpassed during their 'forthcoming snason. Plans are now avaifahle .'.at-.l Mr. Horn's...

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NEWS OF THE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

NEWS OF THE NORTH. . TENTEREIELD.— On Thursday, last heavy rain fell in the districts north and south of the town, but. 'the position in which the town lies was missed com pletely. For three or four hours the rain fell in torrents at Sunnyside and the- Clifton and Mingoola districts. On Thursday night last one of the large plate-glass windows of Cordato's fruit shop was smashed. l The affair is a mystery. SINGLETON.— In response to an ap-. peal .recently issued on behalf of the Dangar Cottage Hospital, the sum of £162/19/6 has boon received to date. Tho Singleton Amateur Orchestral So ciety recently held a concert in aid of rhe funds. of the local branch of the Red Cress Society. After paying all expen ses, the sum of £57/14/3- has been handed over to the branch. This as sures the upkeep for another year of tho Singleton bed at Lady Davidson's Home for invalided soldiers iit Turrainurra,

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DEATH FROM SNAKE BITE. Young Man's Painful End. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

DEATH FROM SNAKE BITE. Young JVIan's Painful End. ;. , SYDNEY, Wednesday. .The death of a yoiing man, James Castle,- from snalce bite, in lonely cir cumstances, has been reported from Tweedvale, S.A. He was left in charge of a house wJiile.the rest. of the family visited, the city. On returning the father found his son lying dead on -a bed. The body ^ was in an advanced state of decomposition. He had been bitten by a snake, and his finger was swollen to an enormous size. The lad had been unable to set assist ance, and had laid on the bed awaiting his painful end.

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CLARENCE DISILLUSIONED. THE USELESSNESS OF PROTESTS. New State the Thing. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

CLARENCE DISILLUSIONED. THE USELESSNESS OF PROTESTS. .. ' New Stale the Thing. . . I The 'Daily Examiner,' of Grafton, 'sees .tho ? folly.;Of waiting patiently for sops from Sydney: — . I For the. people of the Clarence to ; protest, as they have been doing for a [decade past, at the hanging up of the harbor works is a natural proceeding, j even if it is not very efficacious. The protest now should be just as vigorous as it can be made; jt should express the indignation that is rife right through the North Coast at the continued neg lect of this portion of the State. When it is made there are not many who at hea.rt believe it will do any good. That being the position, one obvious course . remains. The people who feel indignant. | and few who have any local patriotism are not, should determine on the one way out— secession. Surely it is patent that, Labor or Nationalist, all our Gov ernments are in the maw of the hungry one-big-city people. The money is in Sydney, and the votes are t...

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MAITLAND STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

MAITLAND STOCK SALES. B. W. Sparke reportb:— . ^ ' rat Cattle: A, large supply yaijded,.^ Consisting of a 'fair .propOTtion ^pf ,=?^.fe to prime quality bullolcfcs,;5iine;.harlanco. comprifaing cows, heifers, steers and calves. The demand was firm through out sales and values held at aibout last ?week's rates. Prime bullocks sold from £18 to £20, good £l'5/10 to £17/10, Cight from £12/10 to £15. Best cows . sold from £13 to £15, good. £10 to £12 .10/, medium £7 to £9A0. Sales: Account J. J. Macltay, 33 bul Socks, averaging £17/4; A. J. Turner, 11 'bullocks averaging £16/10/10; W H Mackay, 25' bullocks averaging £17; .Thomas ,3ros.i 25 bullocks and steers 'averaging £10/10. Fat Sheep: A fair supply ponned, consisting of good to prime wethers and ewes and a few pens of lambs. Competition was brisk for all lots and the market Held firm at fast weeks rules Wethers sold from '2V to on/10, ewes 21/ to 34/1, lambs 16/1'1 to 25/10. Sales: Account of R. J. Gollan, 106 .lioggets and lambs to ...

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VICTORIA PARK RACES. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Northern Daily Leader — 13 January 1921

VICTORIA PARK RACES. ?'??..? ' .SYDNEY' TVedriesdnv/11 Victoria Park races resulted:— ' Fourteen Hands Handicap: Worthy _ One 1,. Flipnull 2, Nelson 3. Winnor 3 ., 'to 1. Won by a length. Time, 1.6*1. Maiden Handicap, first division: Po laris,. Lord Albion: Quen Marsh 3. Win-: ner evens. Won by halt' a length.! .Time, 1.16.. Second Division: . Lord Isinglass 1, Rosewood 2, Miss -Lady 3. Winner. 10 to 1. Won ,bv a ..hood. Time, 1.17. Flying. Handicap, .first division: Chan cel 1, Jane Grey 2. Vincat 3. Winner1 fito.l. Won .by a length. Time, 1.14%. Second division: Captain 1, Bonnie Chance 2, Tualka 3. Winner 0 to 4. Won by a length. Time, 1.1G1. Fourteen-one Handicap: Lndy Mor cer, Amber Ale 2, Batta Batta 3. Wln . wr .15 to 1. Won by half a length. rime. 1.1 6%. A protest against the ?winner was dismissed. Encourage Stakes: Grand Duke 1, Hoclc 2,Silver Trim 3. Winner 3 to'l Rock was ilrst past the post, but a pro test lodged by Grand Duke. was upheld. , Time. 1 29J. 14.2 Handicap,'...

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