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CARGO RESIDENT'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
CARGO RESIDENT'S DEATH. An old resident of Cargo, in the person of Mr. Patrick O'Connell, ex- &nbsp; pired at the Orange District Hospital on Sunday night last from an internal malady. He was a single man, and had been 40 years in the State. The funeral took place yesterday, the body being interred in the Roman Catholic section of the Orange cemetery. Mr. F. Ford had charge of the funeral ar- rangements.
WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
WELLINGTON. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. Harden will be sorry to hear their little infant passed away on Tuesday last, aged seven months. The little one had been in indifferent health for some time. The interment took place on Friday. We are sorry to hear of the death of Mr. T. Board, an old and respected resident. Deceased, who was 63 years of age, was employed by Mr. Veech, and was found dead at his camp. For some time past he had suffered from a throat affection. The deceased was a very upright man, and his sad death is much regretted. Messrs Johnson and party, after about five months' hard work at Tiur rendong, bottomed on a duffer. Tills is by far the most expensive shaft put down by any of the syndicates. The decision of tho Minister for Mines as to what is to be tho fate of tlie Federal Mine is being anxiously awaited. The owner was reported by two different people for non-fulfil ment of labor conditions. (Jiving evidence at the police court oil Friday last in the main...
PEAK HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 16 January 1912
PEAK MILL. There were forty teams in station yard on Friday last. Some, which had been there from 0 o'clock, did not get over weighbridge till 5 in the afternoon. There are great complaints here of the scarcity of bricks. The weather on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday was delightfully cool. Stated that some timber for Peak Hill had been lying at Wyanga sta tion for over three weeks, nm1. no truck available to convoy same hero. Nice state of affairs. Very sad and sudden death occurr- ed on Saturday—Mrs. W. H. Swain, only daughter of Mr. Jas. Hand. &nbsp; Mr. J. L. Arthur and Mrs. Arthur (formerly of "Berchams,") contem plate ft trip to England at an early date. Mr. .T. Lawrence, of McPhail, who is having a clearing sale on the 7th of next month, has purchased the good will of the Cobbora Hotel, through Maker Bros., Tomingley. As showing how share farming pays we might state that Mr. 1>\ Bnrr put in 2G0 acres on the shares with Mes srs. Taylor Bros., of Harvey Park. It was Mr....
FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW WHERE THE GOVERNMENT HAS FAILED. (By a Worker.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW 1YIIEBE THE GOVERNMENT HAS FAILED. (By a Worker.) Immediately the result of the gen eral election became known in Oc tober, 1910, the majority of the elect ors cried "Eureka," and said "Now that the true representatives of the people have' the reins of' power our troubles, both great and small, will be investigated, and, where practic able, will be redressed." In fact they had an idea that the millenium had arrived. But can any elector, be he Labor or Liberal, now conscientiously believe, for a moment that we are one whit better off now than we were un der preceding Governments—wheth er Freetrade, Protectonist, or Liber al? Certainly we are not. Certainly we are not! Take domestic legisla tion. Has this Government done anything to better the lot of the poor, beyond making alluring promises to them when on the stump. Being fav ored as the country has been with plenteous harvests, they have ruled during a period of surplussage of all products pastoral and agri...
"I THOUGHT HE WOULD BREAK A BLOOD VESSEL." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
•'I THOUGHT HE WOULD BREAK A BLOOD VESSEL." , "My little boy had a croupy cough tor some time," writes Mrs. E. E. Bull, Beaumont-street, Hamilton, Newcastle, N.S.W. "He would cough so long that I thought he would break a blood ves sel. I was really frightened for him, because he is not strong, and con tinual coughing made his chest quite sore. After trying many remedies without any improvement, I gave him Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. The first dose stopped the coughing, and in a week's time he was cured." Price 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at A. P. Stan ford, Plowman, A. Farr, J. Holmes and It is expected that an early com mencement will be made with the work of taking a detailed survey of East Orange for the purpose or installing sewerage. The infante at the Orange Methodist Sunday School were on Sunday present- \ ed with their annual prizes. The school continues to make good progress under the superintendence of Mr. Willmott. Mr. Ruschpler, manager for Nich olson and Co.. informs us-tha...
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
BILLIARDS. In the Great Western billiard tour nament, Horace Glasson, ou scratch, defeated Mr. Hector, 35 ou. Jim Brooks 10 behind, boat Ted Turner, 30 on. Adam Fositr, 90 on, bested Ernie Firth, also l>0 on. Maori Ileid, 20 on, defeated Harry Hampton, 35 on.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
ilOTEL—Weekly takings £100 guar-, anteod, lease 10 years, rent £4. Price £2100. Terms. Apply Harry Chandler, Ilotelbroker, Peisley-st., Orange. t'OU SAIiK—Brick Cottage, containing 6 rooms, good position, very handy, cheap. £450. Apply J. Nancarrow and Son, Auctioneers. THE REST IiAKEHS in town, Bartle and Bartle, The Acme Bakery, Summer-street. 'Phone 133. Just try our Bread, Cakes, etc. FOUN'I)—The right place to sell any thing. McLean and Co.'s auction mart, Lord's Place. REST TASMANIAN CIDER, the most delightful of Tlv'rst Quenchers. Ask for it at HARRY ADAMS' Vic taria Hotel, East Orange, McLEAN and Co. are cash buyers for furniture. Small or large quanti ties. Lord's Place* ESTIMATES given for Packing. Car pets and Linoleum laid. Gregory and Fenton have a large assortment of Dining Chairs to suit all pockets. Pe'sley-street. i SIcLEAX and Co.,will sell or buy fur niture, vehicles, horses or harness.' Quick salesmen, and ready money buyers. FURNISHED Cottages to let from 12/6 t...
REMAINDER OF STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
KEMiiNJDJill 01-' STOCK. SALE. iUeasrs J. S. Leeds ufiu C'o.'s big stuck sale will commenco to-duy at 11 o'clock. Xhey will commence on lluu lieaii ol very enoice catilo i'roui Jlr. I). lUclitiui ii "bpnujiuoiu" estate. Two hundred iicud will oe yarded lor Mr. It. (jiiimuur, ol: "ilaUuuuiHou," and -100 lor jlessrs Wlu twee, h.ay, Davis, and other owners. Alvei- luuun lo,UUU yrand siore sueep will bo ol lerod lor various owners. Among the consignments will bo o,(JUU clioico wlnte-iaee xbreds,
ORANGE DENTAL STUDENTS SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
! OltANCiii DiiMAL STUDliiNX'S I SUCUEtiS. Hourly conjjraLulauous* to Ml'. Alex iliiamsoii, sou oi >urs. it. Williamson, j ol iViC-Lauluaii-suooi, .Wast Uraugu, wlio Jms passed uio Dental Hoard jutuuima* uuii. Dor 6 years iVir. \viliiuuisau was apprenticed 10 lus brother, Air. J. Ji. w uuamson, who lomiorly practiced lus proiussion 111 Oraugo, auci alUir I wards woixt to Sydney.
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
THE WEATHER. Terrific thunderstorm and heavy rain prevailed on Monday night, 89 points of rain being registered to 9 a.m. on Tuesday. The storms have greatly rolieyed the atmosphere, and the rain will do a great deal of good to the growing potatoes, besides re plenishing domestic supplies through out the district. Monday was the hot test day of the season, the temperature records being max. 92, min. 62.
AEROPLANING OVER ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
AER0PLAN1NG OVER ORANGE. Iii our advertising columns attention is drawn to a notice from tho Mayor convening a public meeting to bo held at thu lown Hall to-morrow evening to consider tnu proposal of Mr. W. E. Hart, for a flight over Orango, and also to give a flying demonstration. From an educational and national point of view it behoves all the lieads of families and business to bo present, as an exhibition of this kind will en able those not versed in aerial navi gaton to seo what a potent factor theso machines will bo in case of war. Mr. ilart always extends an invitation to the Mayor of the town to havo a fly with him, so that in the event of his coming here, our Mayor, Mr. H. K. .McKay, will havo an opportunity of taking a bird's oyo viow of tho town.
THE RABBITERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
THE RABBITERS. A wire was received from Blayney on Tuesday afternoon stating that the rabbiters tkero wore gome back to work, and it is expected that the Hill thorpe men will do the same. In that caso iiho local freezing works will work as usual and receive rabbits, which will mean many pounds per week into tho pockets of the workers, and the local business places.
THE AMATEUR [?]RAMATIC CO. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
THE AMATJilm ..UAMATIO CO. i "I'll Premier Amateur Dramatic Co., who arc to play that fine drama, "The Land of the Living" shortly, liavo sig nified their mention of hauding the proceeds over to the Parents and Citi *ssi>i«s' Association, that is, less ex ivnsus. This is a'very laudable .action m their part. :uul one to be; cora ,;icik["(I. and lrhich wo fcnl sure will b- deeply appreciated by Associa tion. It "is to bo hoped that a biwapm' huuso wUl ciwn ttoii' eli'orto.
LUCERNE GROWING IN DRY COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
LUCEllNE GROWING IN DRY COONTiiY. According _ to tho "Agricultural Ga zette," of this monUi, tho hitherto con sidered dry country around Toora weenah iias proved productive of lu cerne growing, as th« following report will show. Air. It. D. Cruickshank, jun., "The Glen," Tooraweenali, via Gilgandra, writes:—] planted a small patch of lucerne in my garden last September 12 months, just to give it a trial. 1 was very much surprised at Uio result as I am sure water could not be reached under 50 feet, if any at all. The following dates of sowing, and. cutting may pruvo interesting:— Sown—ISth Septemb'T, -1910, in very hot, dry'' weather. First cutting, 10th December, 1910, lyi;i. high; second cutting, 7th January, 1911, 3ia. high; thilrd cutting, 12th February, 1911, 2ft. 6in. high; fourth cutting, 21st March, 1911, 2ft. high; fifth cutting, 13th October, 1911, 2:t. high. I liavo cut it once since the last date, and it is now (23rd' November) ready to cut again. My opinion is that this ...
MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
MARKET KEPOHT. ' Winchcombe, Carson and Co., Ltd., report:— ]Sheepskins: Avery active demand, at practically unchanged rates for all liiies. Quotations: Full wools to 7Md„ medium to 6%d., shorts to oVid., plaits to 3%d., crossbreds to 7d., and lambs to 6%d. Kangaroo, wallaby skins, etc.: A. small supply, and a good general en quiry. Prices showed very little al teration from previous levels. Quo tations: Grey kangaroo to 80d., red to 75d„ wallaroo to 46d„ scrub wallaby to 25d., swamp to 42d., rock to 8%d. each, and fox skins to 7/ each. Rabbit skins: A steady market, at prices equal to previous quotations. Prime to 3 3d., good to ll^d., medium to Sd„ mixed and stale to 7d. Hides: Heavies and mediums again did well, and we obtained very high prices. Lights at times were easier. Calf skins showed no materal change. N.S.W. butchers', extra heavy, to 8d., stout to Hd., medium to 6 5-8d, lights to &lt;5%d., inferior and faulty to 5%d, calk skins to 6/6 each.
MR. WRAGGE'S VISIT TO ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
Mil. WllAGOii'S VISIT TO UllAMGE. During Mr. Wragge's popular scien tiiic entertainments, to bo hold at Orange, at the Australian Hall, 011 Thursday and Friday next, 18th and filth instant, visitors will see pictures by a first class j'lant of Uio great hy drogen flames in tho sun, loapmg to a height ol' 321,000 miles, appalling in grandeur; also total eclipses. Tho weird mountains, old sea beds, and cxtinca volcatios iu die moon and other wonders ot tile heavens, taken from the world's leading observatories. Mr. Wragge will give practical demonstrations with that wonder, radium, with actual radi um, the greatest, discovery of this age. The entertainments aro made up of 2.J hours of mystery, education, and fun aud aro prauucally tlie chance of a life time tw thinkers and thoso who take somo interest in the world in general, and aro an . education very easily car ried, which in time tho knowledge gained may he imparled to thoso who have been unable to attend Mr. Wragge's enU'rtainiiK...
WHAT OTHER WOMEN HAVE FOUND OUT [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
what Other Women BY HOUSEWIFE. If in your housekeeping experience yon have found out ccrtain thnigs that will be of b« net to others, write me about them. Neapolitan Ribbon Ct s, Weight of tiiroo eggs in bi;.n r, c.'.s tor sugar, and iiour. two lo:.:.s;;uui.; t;is of .John Bull Baking Powder; a little milk. Cream the butter and sugar, add tho iiour and baking powder. Mix well for Uuee or four minutes. Leave one part its natural colour, colour an other pink with a few drops of cochi neal. aivl add 0110 pennyworth of melt ed cnocolate to the other part. Divide each portion into two parts, and bake the six divisions thus obtained in sand wich tins. AVhon done, turn out, and when cold pile on top of one another, 1 with a little icing between canh layer to stick them together. Ice tho wholo cake with the following icing: Mix half a pound of icing sugar with orange juice, spread over the cake with a knife, and decorate with cherries cut in half. Choose Puffs. Put two ounces of grated chee...
RIOTOUS BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
■■riotous nrcriAvroTTR. At the Orange Police Court yester day Frederick White ;mtl John Fran c's Callinan appeared before ihe P.M. Mr. Marriott, on charges of riotous be liiiviour. Sergeant Coyne said the men wore fislit;% iu the street. The P.M.. in admonishing the delinquents, said tbev apparently had been spending too much monev on drink instead of being at work. He fined each defendant 10/, in default 7 days imprisonment In the Orange lockup. Both were given time in which to pay the fines.