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CHAPTER XXX. LOVE AFTER MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
CHAPTER XXX. LOVE AFTER MARRIAGE. Sir Lionel walked homo that night 1 a wretchcd .man. His eyes were sud- e denly opened; he saw the brink of the 1 abyss—ho saw what loomed before c him. 'I may tliank Heaven/ he said, 'that I have seen it in time.' He saw plainly that between the gratification of his own vanity and his admiration of the beautiful girl w]jo was another man's wife yet loved him —between., the two he was on the road to destruction. Sir Lionel was by no 1 means a bad-hearted man; he was light reckless, careless of consequences, but* he was by no means the type of man who deliberately sots to work to do a wrong thing. The beautiful thoughtless words of the song roused his. sleeping conscience —set before him in plain truth wha>8 ho was doing—frightened him, and made him pause in what was a mad career. When he reached his rooms he found a letter awaiting him—a long, loving letter from his beautiful wife, Elinor. ' It lay on the tableland iti was to him as though his wi...
SUCCESSFUL SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
SUCCESSFUL SHOOTING. Mr. li. \V. Ezzy, of Millthorpo, lias receivud two kandaomo gold medals for shooting at Orango on Jjoxing Day, olio iroin Dr. ilowso, for Uiu kigtiost scoro during the day, DO out ol 100, and one Iroin Air. Xlios. liiil for tko ouu making tho most bull's eyes. Air. il/zzy mudo i(j bull's eyes out of 20 shots.
SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
SICKNESS. We regret to report tJiat Mr. Frank Howard, jUr. Berry's coach painter, is una bio to return from ills Xilkis holidays, as lie is uni'ortunaUiiy in a Sydney hospital, sulfering Iroxn a se vere all'eoiiion ot tho eyes. Wo hopo to see linn back again boioro long. Mr. Howard is well-known in tins district, having been several years with Air. A. vVenban,
THE WYALONG MINING DISASTER. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
THE WYALONG MXMJfG DISASTER. SYDNEY, Monday. Later particulars of the Wyaiong mining disaster show that the accident happened just as the men were leav ing at four o'clock on Saturday after noon from the 500ft. level. A shot had been put in, and the men with drew from the face. Apparently an old working had been broken into, and in passing a sudden inrush of gas caught the men, and they were killed where they stood. The rescuers suf fered considerably from foul air, while they recovered the bodies, ono being in a serious condition.
LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
LIBERAL- ASSOCIATION. J ne secretary of tlio Orange branch or the Liberal Association has just re ceived a communication from our btate member, Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpat rick, from Hotoriea, N.Z. He sends best regards to everybody in Orange and expects to leave New Zealand on the JGth January.
SCRATCHINGS. CHALLENGE STAKES AND ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
SCIUTCIIIXGS. CHALLENGE STAKES AND ANNI VERSARY HANDICAP. SYDNEY, Monday. The scratchlngs in the Challenge Stakes are: Lady Ollven, Borosov, Maldant, Niocene, Omar, Khayyam, Ayreline, Lochlano, Sweet Bay, Mer ingue, Wanda, Doncaster. In the Anniversary Handicap: Didus and Meringue.
CARCOAR DISTRICT HOSPITAL RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
CARCOAR DISTRICT HOSPITAL RACE MEETING. Charlie Weekes, the genial secretary of the Carcoar Hospital benefit race meeting, sends along the programme for the day's sport. The events, of which there are Ave, should draw the attention of horse owners, especially the double, which is worth £35. Alto gether there is £65 worth of prize money, and the objective of the meet ing being a laudable one is deserving of the best patronage by the public. The races, which will take place at Mandurama on February litli, owing to the fact of there being no race course at Carcoar. A. train will leave Blayney at "H.45 a.m. and arrive at Mandurama at 12.50, in tin:e for the first race,
PERILS OF THE SEA. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
PERILS OF THE SEA. SYDNEY, Monday. The report of the Navigation De partment for the year shows that ten vessels were w.recked and 41 lives lost'. The lost steamers were Vision, at Ber m&gui, New Guinea, at Green Cape; Shamrock, destroyed by fire at Taree; the Schooner Australia, on the South west Roclcs; the steamer Rosedale, of the value of £8000, wrecked near 'Smoky Cape, In which 31 lives were lost; Taviana, in Sydney Harbor; the steamer Macleay, which struck a rock near Big Island, in which 13 lives were lost; the steamer Port Stephen, wrecked at Norah Head; and the steamer Brooklyn, wrecked at Shoal haven. .The total: Vahre of the vessels lost, was £30,000,
ORANGE LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
ORANGE LICENSING COURT. At the Licensing Court yesterday, before Mr. E. Marriott, P.M., the li cense o£ the Forest Reefs Hotel, at Forest Reefs, was transferred from Geo. Jenner to Benjamin Franklin Ha mill. Mr. J. C. McLachlan appeared for the applicant, who submitted high credentials.
BUSH MISSIONARY [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
BUSH MISSIONARY Mr, Lewis, the converted Jew, gave an address at the Baptist Sunday 'School on Sunday afternoon, relating his travels and expediences in the way back portions of the State as a missionary. Mr. Lewis, who was in Orange some twelve months ago, has travelled some thousands of miles, mostly on foot, spreading the gospel message.
ACCIDENT NARROWLY AVERTED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
ACCIDENT NARROWLY AVERTED. While Mr. Milne, the veil known fruitgrower of Bloomfield, was pro ceeding to that railway station on Monday his horses which were at tached to- a van were startled by a passing train, and bolted. The coun try they traversed was very rough, but on pulling up it was found that no thing had been damaged. Mr. Milne had a narrow escape from being jam bed between the cart and a gate post at the. Bta.tion, cwly w&flTrtn® W a haft's
GIRL SUFFERED WITH CROUP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
GIRL SUFFERED WITH CROUP. "I have found Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery will cure croup when a (dozen other medicines have proved failures," writes Mrs. L. Hardy, Railway-street, Cook's Hill, New,1 castle, N.S.W. Before I used it my little girl suffered with croup for three months. I often thought she was go* ing to choke. She was worst at night. I did not know what to give her and was in despair 'when a friend recom mended Dr. Sheldon's New Discov ery. I tried it, and she was com pletely cured in a ahort time." Price 1/G and 3/. Obtainable from A. Stan fend, PJcpvpian, A» JPt'rr, J, HtfJare# asfii b. s, ,
TOTE TOUTING IN FACTOROES [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
TOTE TOUTING IN VAWnnius The Chairman: Does the operation of the tote not have a. restrictive in fluence on betting: . Witness: That brings me to some thing that I want to say. Inspector Cullen has informed you that there is no touting for tote betting. We know that there is, and that it goes on to a very great extent. Touts go round the factories and workshops, and ga ther sixpences and shillings from boys and girls earning only 10/ oi ls/ per week. These' boys and girls are not allowed by their parents to go to the races, and so readily sup port the tote tout. This kind of thing' goes on extensively, and constitutes ■ a grave danger in educating young people into gambling habits. The bookmakers' touts cannot now do this openly under the existing law. but the tote tout can. The Chairman: The tout, I pre sume, then acts on commission, as it were, and goes to the course to invest the money?—Just so. Mr. Fltzpatrick: The tote is not immaculate?—No. 1 know of one par ticular case in wh...
The Daily Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1912. Local and General. LYTTON'S PICTURE PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
The Daily Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1912. Local and General. I LYTTON'S PICTURE PALACE. It having come to the notice of Mx\ Philip Lytton, that on the 2Gth, the day of his intended opening of the new stadium In Lord's Place, that the Cricket Club are having a continental on that date, he has deferred the open ing until about the 1st of next month. The first night's proceedings are to go to the local hospital, and it was very thoughtful of Mr. Lytton to defer the pictures, as the two entertain ments clashing would materially in terfere with the patronage, to their financial undoing.