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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
© © @ ® @ © © © © © 0 © © © © © © © 0 © # 1 © © 0 o ® lewYearSuppties NSW YEAR SPECIALS. Currants, G^d per lb. Sultanas, lVz& per lb. Lemon l'ecl, 7d per lb. Dates, 4d per lb. Arnott's Xnins Cakes, 2/6 each, lib. Cakes, 3 £r 1/9. Preserves (Poaches, Apricots and Pears) 10/G per dozen. Bacon, by the side, 8d per lb. Hums, from 1/ per lb. Jelly Crystals (large) 3'^d each or 3/3 per dozen. m m m o ® o o o o © G 9 # m m m m GLASSWARE SPECIALS.— Orna mental Ju?s, Basins, Dishes, etc., usually charged 2/ to 2/6 each, any article 1/. Get In early for these. Srnh bargains cannot be offered again. They are a special purchase. Xmas Gifts in American Glassware and Eloctroplate Goods, worth everyone's attention. # m m m e m t &lt;® # © e ® o WHERE YOU WILL GET MOST FOR YOUR MONEY. ® # B. J. WALL AC ® The Anson-street Stores, 1 SURGEON DENTIST. 105 CQWPER-ST., WAVISRLHY. Sold Crown Fillings and Bridpo Work A Speciality. Teeth Extracted Painlessly, by Latest American Methods. Guar...
THE FEDERAL CAPITAL DESIGN. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
Tin: I'KDIIHA[- CAPITAL DESIGN. MELBOURNE, Monday. Much difficulty is being experienced by the Department of Home Affairs in securing nominations for the bor der experts to report on the Federal Capital design. The Institute of Ar chitects of N.S.W. has declined the in vitation to nominate a member. There is every probability that the Victorian body will submit a member, and there is a possibility of the original board being reverted to.
ROYAL COMMISSION. THE WILLIS-ROBINSON AFFAIR. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
royal co.mnssiox THE WILLIS-ROBINSON AFFAIR. SYDNEY. Monday. Judgo Backhouse, tho Royal Com mission in t'lie Willis llobinson dispute, on resuming, asked llobinsoa how tho letters lie had written camo to bo laid on the table, ltobinsou said h© sup posed that somo member had moven in the mattor. Sir F. Suttmr, the Presi dent of tho Legislative -Council, Baid that ho appeared under protest, and was asked by Robinson had he been in tho Speaker's place would ho liavo considered Robinson's conduct, disre spectful. His Honor refused to allow the question to.be put. The evidenco was concluded after Willis and Robin son briefly addressed his Honor in support of their cases. His Honor ad journed the Commission and intimated that/ ho would report in due course.
THE COMMONWEALTH NOTE ISSUE MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
THE COMMONWEALTH NOTE ISSDE MELBOURNE, Monday. The Commonwealth Bank is hasten ing slowly towards completion, but nothing definite will lie done till after the Premiers' Conference. No manag ers or officials are appointed yet. Mr. Fisher asked the banks to provide him with a return showing their note reserve fund on November 30. These were supplied late this afternoon, and show that out of £!),S33,969 issued by the Commonwealth, £ G,058,129 are held by b^nks. In the reserve fund 011 the same date the cash in the vaults at the Treasury was £4,690,000 or £ 1,360,000 less than the aihount of the bank reserve. It is hinted in banking circles that the bank note re serve may be reduced by a million pounds this year. The treasurer has entered into an agreement with the Bank of N.'S.W. and the National Bank of Queensland to collect and destroy sold bank notes now in existence, and j it is estimated that when this scheme is working fully £6000 worth of notes will be destroyed daily:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
SpeeiaJs In x^t y tt&Mh Si» See Our Window; LADIES' TRIMMED IIATS, STYLISH AND ARTISTIC IN DESIGN, IBs. 0d. oaoli. SMART READY-TO-WEAR IIAT S, 4s. lid, 6s. M. WHITE AND BROWN DROOPS, BOUND EDGES, IDEAL WARM WEATHER nATS, 8%d., 11(1., 1/8. GIRLS' CONVENT HATS IN WHITE BURNT AND NAVY, Is. lid., 2s. 8d., 2s. «d. CHILDREN'S HATS IN GREAT VARIETY, AT SPECIAL PRICES. COME TO 8 © © 0 © 0 m © © © © © © For Startling Value in MiSSinery, | II®®®#©©®#©©®©©®®©©®®©©®®©©#©©®®©©.®#©®#©©®#©©#®©®®©©®©© BOARD AND RESIDENCE. VACANCIES Cor Permanent Gentle men Boarders, Apply to MISS BERNASCONI, Lord-street, Orange. FROM BILLY CROOK ' TO my numerous costiimers and friends who havo so loyally stood by me during my proprietorship of the Empire Hotel, fttul helped mo to make a successful business, I take this op portunity of conveying to you my sin cere thanks. 1 also hope that the same patronage that, was extended to me will be bestowed on my successor, Mr. Roberts, who knows how to con duct a ho...
SLOW STOCK TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
SLOW STOCK TRAINS. The following, which is taken from the "Stock and Station Journal," will give some idea of how our pastoral ists and their suffering stock are dealt with by the railway authorities:— If there were a donkey race—last home to win—between the live stock trains of the world, New South Wal es would surely win. It beat all ex isting records long ago, and is now ■reduced to the poor sport of breaking its own. For last Thursday's fat stock market a train from Coota mundra crawlod in at the rate of a shade over ten miles per hour, tak ing 23 hours to cover the 260 miles. There la something better to come: Another stock train set out at the same time from a station some BO miles nearer the market. But the Coota, train passed it at Goulburn, and beat it to Flemington hollow. It isn't quite clear how this surpris ing result was achieved, but we have given up being put out by any thing of that nature that occurs in connection witlj. stock trains. If live stock could only speak...
MANDURAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
MANDUUAMA. Mrs. West, of Mandurama, who lias .been appointed as a sewing mistress in tlie department of Public Instruc tion, has received notice of her re moval to Young, and left for that town on Thursday night. For the purpose of saying good-bye her lady friends assembled at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Schmidt on Wednes day afternoon, and made her the re cipient of a handsome peggy bag, sil ver-mounted jam dish and sugar bas in, to mark the esteem in which she was held by her Mandurama friends. Mr, K. McLeod, on behalf of his sis ter, thanked the ladies for their thoughtfulness in organising the send off.
BARKED YOUR SHINS? [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
BARKED YOUR SHINS Well, try Dr Sheldon's MaKiieic Lin iment; it Vill take away all tlie pain and stiffness, and you will forget all about It. Obtainable from A. F. Stan ford, Plowman, A. Farr, .J. Holmes, and B. J. Wallace. FOUND—A Good Night's Sleep, at W. C. Hudson's Boarding House, corner of Robertson Park, Summer-street.
Telegrams. THE TATHRA DISASTER. TWENTY FOUR LIVES LOST. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
Telegrams. THE TATHRA DISASTER. TWENTY FOUR LIVES LO'ST. SYDNEY, Monday. The Navigation Department receiv ed a cable to-day in connection with the founding of the steamer Tathra. Twenty four lives were lost, including Mr. Russell, the chief engineer, Mr. "VVilcox, chief steward, Mr. Oxer, a passenger, a family of three named St. Martin, and a French Sister of Mercy, and 1G South Sea Islanders, a portion of the latter being passen gers, and the remainder were connect ed with the crew.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
We are preparing the biggest Sale Proposition ever placed before the public of the District, Our Sale Bills will reveal a harvest of Genuine Bar gains that will stamp our Sales as the Greatest MOney Saving Event Of the Season. The House of Good Value, MILLTHORPE. will make it worth your while to do business with us. FOR Tinier, iriMunierg, pinmbiDf, and me Mtozci Filters. The Proprietor, in thauking his numerous clients for past support, begs to announce that he has added to his Business by putting in a First Class Stock of TIMBER, which will be sold at the, LOWEST MARKET PRICES, Also a splendid new and varied stock of Comprising Tools of all descriptions, Hammers, Saws, Picks, Shovels, Forks, Rakes, Planes, Braces, Bits, Drills Bolts, and Nuts, etc., Fittings and almost any thin i that may be asked for. STOVES of all kinds, Painters' Materials and Tools a Specialty. A beautiful collection of 0tc1tMlW>&lt;Ht of all sizes, shapes and colors. TINWARE of ordinary stock quali...
FIJI. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
FIJI. (Contributed.) larger constellations burning, mel low moons and liappy skies, Breadths of tropic shade and palms in cluster, knots of Paradise, Droops tlio heavy blossomed bower, hangs the heavy-fruited tree— Summer islea of Eden lying darlc purple spheres of sea. One thousand seven-hundred miles from Sydney, on the Canadian-Pacific route of ocean liners, within the tropics under a vertical sun, are situ ated a group of islands numbering 230, and spreading themselves over some 120,000 square miles of sea, known as Fiji.. Being in search of a total rest to both mind and body, the writer decid ed to avail himself of the all-round trip advertised by the A.U.S.N. Co. The expenses are nominal, living good, and the boat—"Levuka"—large and speedy, smooth and fitted out to provide every comfort at moderate cost. Thus the voyage through the Fiji Group was entered upon with some degree of temerity, knowing that the Australian summer is the time of rains and tropical hurricanes. For tune...
FARMERS AND BRIDGES. TO GET PRODUCE TO MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
FARMERS AND BRIDGES. TO GET PRODUCE TO MARKETS. The Dubbo and Coonarable railway line (writes Mr. E. S. Twlgg, Cowra) runs on the west side of the Castle reagli River, and the whole of the produce grown on the east side has to cross the river, the bottom of which is a deep sand bed. It takes a good horse to pull even a sulky and its driver through. The country from Armatrce to Warrumbunsle Mountains contains some of the finest land in New Soiitu Wales for whoat growing and early fat lamb-raising so it is just the thing for closer set tlement. This district for the past few years has had thousands of pounds laid out in clearing the land for cultivation; also thousands in new machinery, including traction engines. The residents on the eastern side have been petitioning for a bridge across the river for over two y&ars, and some of them have actually of fered the Government £225 towards the cost, but the most the Government will advance is £950 (about half the / cost) to* the Gi...
W.D.R.A. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
W.D.R.A. A special meeting of the above will be held at the Club Hotel, Orange, on Friday, 9th February, when a number of amendments and additions to the rules will be made. v The proposed amendments and ad ditions are as follow:— Mr. J. J. Dalton to move: 1. To amend rulo 7 by leaving out the following words "An affiliated club shall be entitled to vote by proxy at any meeting of delegates. Such proxy shall lio signed by tlio president and secretary of the club, and shall be in the bawls of the secretary of the As sociation not later thap $he hour for the meeting jf the deTegtetfeti."' : 2. In Rule 11 strike out the fol lowing words: "The Vice-President, Treasurer and Committee shall he elected from the delegates appointed by the affiliated clubs." and to sub stitute therefore "any member of any affiliated club shall be eligible foe. election as Vice-president, Treasurer, or member of the Committee." 3. New Rule 17a.: "The Committee shall have full control over the al lotment of ra...
FARMERS AND SETTLERS AND RURAL WORKERS AWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
FARMERS AND SETTLERS AND RURAL WORKERS' AWARD. The P. and S. Associations aro hold ing meetings all over the country with a view, to raise the wind to fight the demand of the Rural Workers' Union. At a meeting of the Tareo branch of the Society on Saturday it was decid ed to deduct the sum of &lt;ld in the £ from the suppliers' cheques to each co-operative daily in the district. The president ventured to remark that if the Rural Workers' Award was carried it would spell ruin to all the farmers 'fil the district. Assuming the turnover from the Manning and Wallamba fac tories to ho .0 20,000 per month, 4d in the ,G would give them over .£300 as a contribution to the fighting fund. The agenda paper for the annual meet ! ing of the western districts council to be held at Gilgandra on the 31st, con tains sonic motions that the Labor Par i ty would call "hot air." The first motion on the list from Dubbo is "That in the opinion of the W.D. Council it is inimical to the Interests of...
ARCHBISHOP KELLY AND CREMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
ARCHBISHOP KELLY AND CRE MATION. Archbishop Kelly, speaking oil bun day nt North Sydney, referred to cre mation. a subject which, lie said, was now before the public. Ho would lilco to say at the outset that the Roman Caiiholic Church was against it, be cause it was opposed to natioiTal and religious sentiment, and because it was not at all called for. The Church had no misgivings on the subject; it was not essential, but wrong, and was al lied wifih materialism and irreligion.
EUCHAREENA. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
EUCHAREENA. (From our Correspondent.) The rabbitters here on Thursday unanimously decidod to go on strike in sympathy with the southern rabbit tors who at.present are out fighting for a higher price. Consequently a meeting of rabbitters and carters was held at Messrs Richardson Bros.' store. Mr. J. C. Scott was voted to the chair. The question o£ there be ing two unions was discussed at some length. It was stated that the Soutli ers Union was the genuine and re gistered one; while the trappers here are members of the Australian Rab bitters' Union, with headquarters at Orange. As the country freezing co. buys all Euchareena rabbits, it was decided by vote to throw in the lot with the southern men, aiul whatever terms they agree to Euchareena trap pers are willing to accept. It was decided to send a wire to Mr. T. Drum, president of the Southern Union at Mumimburrah, saying the rate fixed by them will bo accepted by the trap pers here. There are still a couple of trappers bringing in ...
FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW THE RABBIT TRAPPER'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
FROM EVERY POINT OP VIEW I i THE BABBIT TBAPPE1VS MEETING. By J. McKocm. With reference to tko publish®! re port by your local contemporary, anent tho meeting of tho Orango branch of tho Australian Rabbiters' Union, held on Saturday, there are some statements to which I desi»o to toko oxcoption. Tho report in question credits Mr. 15. Richards with making tho following observations respecting my attitudo in connection with tho troublo:— "Mr. Richards submitted that this was part of the whole question, and trusted municipal bickering would not bo introduced into a momentous mat ter. Mr. McKeou apparently imagined ho was attending a children's picnic. Jimcrackism would not bo accepted as funny.' Mr. McKeun had never done well trapping rabbits." I desire to say that Mr. Richards made no roferonce in his spoech to municipal bickering, nor jimcrackism. or attonding a children's picnic. And in all fairness to Mr. Richards I hasten to mako the abovo corrections.
ANOTHER CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
ANOTHER CHARGE. Charles Priest was then charged &lt; with that, on the 13th January, he did steai a gold pendant, valued at 10/, the property of the Postmaster General. Constable Moylan gave evidence of arrest, and asked for a remand for eight days. The accused was then remanded for eight bays. Mr. JlcLachlan applied for hail. Sub-inspector Bear said he had no objection to bail, provided such wer; made substantial. The P.M. granted bail in the two cases, and remanded the accused t.ll this morning.