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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
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THE DIGNITY OF THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
THE DIGNITY OF TIIR COURT. A diverting incident, and one which produced n ripple of merriment, oc curred at the Orange court, on Tues day, when a case under the Masters and Servants' Act was in progress. The P.M., Mr. 13. Marriott, had an nounced a verdict, for the plaintiff, with costs; against defendant. The lowing party evidently thought he had had Hiiflic'ent experience of litigation, and was anxious to hid adieu to the precincts of the hall of justice. Ho politely howed to the. Bench, and withdrew. The deferential recognition of the Bench was, however, lost upon the P.M.. who was otherwise engaged, and did not observe the defendant's graceful..retirement from the court. His Worship seemed surprised, when he discovered that defendant had taken leave of the court, and at once his magisterial dignity asserted itself. His Worship said defendant, should not leave the court before the order was completed, and Sergeant. Coyne was despatched to ask the defendant to re turned into court...
The Daily Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1912. Local and General. MOLONG ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1012. Local and General. MOLONG ODDFELLOWS. The lialt'-yuarly election of officers &lt;if tho Molong branch of the Independent Order of Oddfellows, Manchester Uni ty, took place recently and resulted a follows.—N.G., Bro. S D. Parslo'.v; P.N.G. Bro. G, Parslow V.G.', Br:>. 0. Shield; E. Sec,, Bro. F. Bamford; Pin. SVc., Br'o. J. Rubie; L.M>, Bro. J. W. Hull. The annual conference of delegates of this order for the Ba thurat district} will bo held at Condo bolin on to-day (Wednesday) when tho Molotfg branch will be represented by Bro. Wm. Brack, P.N.G.
NO BEER FOR A WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
NO BEER FOR A WEEK. I Lest week at Tooraweonnh, a town of some Importance at present through the fact that the Curlewie-Gilgandra railway will touch It, and situated about 2S miles from Gligatulra, there was dire trouble. The hotel keeper there liatl run out of beer owing to it being race week, and for a whole week there could not lie procured one bottle of hop juice for love or money, and as p. consequence the town wore a dejected appearance. and would have been a jvhoiesome sight for our temperance friend Clarice. It is a trflc rough on the racing fraternity, though, who are, as a rule, a very ab stensious lot. But the thirst that ob tains in the vicinity of Tooraweenah is of the kind called chronic, and re gisters, in and out of season, 130 de grees in the shade. Wo can imagine the welcome given the arrival of re plenishments in the beer line by the beer drinkers, many of whom were al most taking on water for a thirst quencher. Over in that direction a man that can exist, without...
COUNTRY VISITOR ROBBED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
COUNTRY VISITOR ROBBED. A country visitor, Alfred Joiin Mar shall. lias reported to tl» police that while in an hotel in Georg$^treet A\ est Sydney, he was robbed of £102 in notes and gold, two watches and .a Ciu-.rd, of a total value of £113. The iH-.'iKM tA- is a llep^d to have Vou taken h ! man v/ho &lt;vns in th" company &lt;.f v -shall, and w>* supposed to be sliow iu, him pxuxk- A- au^Swt Las b«a SrrMrtwh
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
SPORTING. THE TURF. Good fields of generally poor qual ity were the rule at Warwick Farm, 'Sydney's moat distant metropolitan course, on Saturday. Pride of Mur illo, 6.13, winner of the first race, the Plying Handicap, 6f., from Precious, 8.8, Marughi 6,9, and seven others, is a three-year-old filly by Murillo from Pride, by Marton from Morning, by Break of Morn. W, Booth trains her for H. Bolton. Precious opened at even money, drifted to 7 to 4, and closed at 6 to 4, favorite. The win ner and third were next at 9 to 2. A. Shanahan, the northern N.S.W. .jockey, who rides for W. Brown, of Newcastle, scqred again in this race. M. Connell and G. Pinn were on the placed ones. Pride of Murillo's last previous win was the A.J.C. Youthful Stakes last April. She is in the A.J. C. Challenge Stakes, Gf., this Satur day with 6.7, same as Marnghai,while Precious has 8st. A Queensland winner in Golden Light started at 3 to 1 favorite for the : Farm Stakes Mile, fourteen runners, and with 8.2, Pi...
"AS THE WORLD JUDGED HER." (Continued.) CHAPTER XXX. LOVE AFTER MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
"AS THE WORLD JUDGED HER." CCuntinued.) CHAPTER-XXX. LOVE AFTER MAllltlAGE. He Itnew that what he had to say would not be of much comfort to her; he saw too, that he could not say it there. She looked ao ill and fragile in spite of her beauty, he did not dare to say what he had to say there. "Is your carriage at the door?" he asked. "Yes," alio replied; "I drove here." "Then let us drive to the park, i thought it would be easier, to talk here, but it is not." She would have gone with him to the end of the world if he had usked | her. Soon afterwards they found themselves in the midst oj sunlight and green trees. People cry out sometimes when they are slain, and a death-cry in the park would not be heard so plainly as one in the picture gallery. It was here, in the glory o£ summer sun shine, that lie had to slay her. They sat under a great shady tree, and, looking at her lover's face, Lady Lynn know that he had something it would be difficult to say. He took one of her .hands; it was...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
What Shall I Give? This little question is worrying a lot of us just now, but if you see Hansen's Beautiful Stock of Gift things at all prices, the problem will be solved. 9ct. Gold Brooch, set with Ame thyst, Very Strong and Pretty, 10/. Heaps of other pretty Gift Brooch es, at all prices at Hansen's, Summer-street, Orange, A USEFUL GIFT. Every Lady Appreciates a Pret ty 'Sterling Silver Manicure Set, that comes from Hansen's, be cause it's the Very Latest Design. Stg. Sil. Manicure Sets, plain and engraved, in strong velvet lined cases, 10/, 16/, 20/, 80/, to 40/. AT HANSEN'S, (Whore all the New Things arc) SUMMER-ST., ORANGE. y-.ft ******* -A* f all it /p/aL . i:. 2 J #> v , a SOLE AGENTS FOR SOLD ON EASY TERMS. OLD ^ il|' lllli \h1bw a I il: l: f.ffllnlft' Sutomer-street, steinway, PIAN0SORoRGANS TAKEN As . fimmiuljot (e yjlilcllf orange. s^twipj® ::lzz.and~ MIGNON, BEST'S PICTURES BOX PLAN LARGEST STOCK OUTSIDE SYDNEY OF EDISON MACHINES AND RECORDS. OVER 8000 TO CHOOSE FROM....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
DISEASED KIDNEYS AND GRAVEL. "I was a great sufferer from diseas ed kidneys and gravel for two years," writes Mrs. I. Marchant, 10 Railway street, Cook's Hill, Newcastle, N.S.W. "I was so bad that I was unable to rise from my bed. The pain would strike me right in the bottom of my back and left side, just like a knife stabbing me. My life was a misery to me. A friend gave me a few of Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills to try. They gave me relief at once, so 1 got a bottle from the chemists, and took them, and they completely cured me." Price 1/6 and 2/6. Obtainable from A. F. Stan ford, J. Plowman, A. Farr, J. Holmes CHEAP BUILDING MATERIAL IF YOU require anything in the way of Building Material, you cannot do better t'nqin go .to who carries large stocks of imported and colonial timber, bricks, cement, lime, plaster of Paris, glass, putty, paint, and builders' ironmongery. Having established a business in Sydney, and consequently having advantages in buying, I am prepared to put customers on ...
CHAPTER XXXI. A SAD PARTING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
CHAPTER XXXI. A SAD PARTING. 'Let us look it in the face,' said Sir Lionel; 'let us do the best we can; we have almost unconsciously drifted into' this state of things; fortunately for1 ua we have come to our senses.' 'That is just what I complain of, Lionel,' she said, with a sigh that was yet half a smile. 'You have come to your senses, but I have not come to mine. I never shall,' she added pathet ically. 'Then my senses must serve for both, my darling,' he said. Ah. Vivian. I should not like a shadow on your fair name, a slur on your life ' 'But,' she interrupted, I am bewild ered; I cannot understand. I do not moan one word of reproach, but you have led me where I am.' He bowed his head and uttered no word. It came home to him in that moment; he knew that he had made his false start lrom the moment he concealed the fact of his marriage." 'Tell me,' she cried, vehemently, 'why is it that you have been blind all along, and have just found this out? I have asked you the question se...
REPLY TO JOE WILLIAMS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
REPLY TO JOE WILLIAMS. (To the Editor.) Sir,—Iu justice to myself, I would like to make a few facts public, in ( reference to a letter that appeared in your issue of 30th December, 1911, contributed by Joe. Williams. He says: "Clark's backers think he is as soft as when he (Williams) boxed him in Cobar, when he had to sign an agreement to abide by the referee, and that Clark's backer, Ernie Munro, be appointed." , Now this is totally opposed to facts, as Joe Williams knows perfectly well tlje agreement he signed was drafted by me as proprietor of the 'Stadium," which is the same as all fights are conducted under, with the usual rent, etc., and the contest to be refereed by the "stadium's" referee. Eriile Munro's namej was never mentioned. I may state right here that the reason wo have this stipulated is in the ©vent of a crook fight taking place, as in the case of Clarke v. Murray here.' I refereed that fight, and stopped the contest, ordered all bets oif, and gave them the option o...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
cricket; "On Our Selection."—Two sides of a wire fence.—Hill prefers match fail ures to all round cricket.—Dazzling thought by a Sydney daily.—The Hobbs-Hearne race.—That plot to aijiash our attack.—How to wreck kills.—Don't leave it all to one man. their defence.—It's the pace that The third test began to be memor able before the eve of battle, owing to the wild wires from Hill in Ade laide to his brother selectors, McAI ister and Iredale, In Melbourne and Sydney, and their wise wires to him. Hill, a barracker for the supremacy (now non-existent) of the players, wanted Macartney bacl£ in the team! The other two, who wisely support Matthews would do better for Aus tralia. Hill's attitude, which he elab orated in whining interviews when over-ruled,only shows what a tangled knot of cliquism the board has had to wrestle with. In screaming for Macartney, the captain selector, had not a leg to stand on. As he Is very likely to repeat the scream "in con nection with the same two players, ...
SPORTING. THE THIRD TEST MATCH. AUSTRALIA SHAPING WELL. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
SPORTING. T1IE T1IIHD TEST HATCH. AUSTRALIA SHAPING WELL. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. | ' The tost match was resumed to-day, in fine weather, and on a good wicket. When stumps' were drawn Australia had almost scored the required num ber of runs to save an innings defeat, with five wickets still in hand; but it is doubtful whether Trumpcr will be able to bat owing to the injury he received to his knee yesterday. Bardsley and Carter continued to Foster and Barnes, and a century went up after 99 minutes' play. Im mediately afterwards Bardsley reach ed a half century, batting beautifully, and soon reached 63, and then played a ball from Foster on to his wicket. Two for 122.' Hill joined Carter, and runs came freely from Hill, who reached 20 in as many minutes; 115 was posted in 15G minutes. Frequent changes were made in the bowling, and Carter was playing solidly. At lunch the total was 2 for 174. On resuming Barnes and Foster were again the bowlers, and the scor ing was slow. The second century...
WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY'S DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
WEIGHTS FOB SAT J R I'A r"'S DOUBLE. The weights for Saturday j Rand wick double are as folio »■■ .Lummy Kandieap, 1J miles: Flaxon Elec tric Wire 9.0, Bow Bee 9.0, Kurnell 8.10, Saxonite 8.3, Flava 31, Lady Wilde 8.1, Chaste 7.7, Olive Green 7.6, Haae 7.2, Salladay 6.11, Eunella 6.7, Barlow 6.7, Welter Handicap 7 furloags:—Malchester 9.12, Grist 9.12, Ptali 9.7, Appearance 9.6," Melottoi 9.5, Wild West 9.4, Eoyal Merv 9.2, Alibi 9.2, George Gunn 8.10, Lord Hy bla 8.6, Respect 8.6, Osroo 8.4, Sweet Adeline 8.2, Barley Water 8.2, Kil meadon 8.0, Kyloe 8.0, Sir Willie 8.0, Cashmoro 7.12, Peasant 7.12, Little Lil 7.12, Locomotion 7.12, Paanopa 7.12, Elfbolt 7.11, Mashtun 7.11, Os terly 7.9, Orama 7.9, Moville 7.7, Roumania 7.7, Hail Shot 7.7, The Quaker C4irl 7.7, Malt BIobsoib 7.7. North Woodleigh 7.7.
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
BOWLS. Orange hoivlers will journey-to Du?j bo on Anniversary Day, January 26. to do battle against that town for the Western Shield. TJubbo trundiers arc a dccent lot of chaps, and handle the wood well, and it is safe to say that they will put our fellows on their metal. A conference of the western rtistr'ct. bowlers is to be held in Wol Hngtrn on the same nicrht, and fh Ornnffe term will leave Pubbo in tfw '•> be present. Thoro will bp in W"1 ;n™ton fh.-'t ir's'bf the n-fhiMT't, Wo1 hit-ton and Oransre teiiinn, w'lh rop.-e .scntntiyefl froju D&)\)0. Quite a ga* thyring of tw' tflans.
LAWN TENNIS. COUNTRY WEEK IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
LAWN TENNIS. COUNTRY WEEK IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Tuesday. This morning at the Double Bay Court the tennis carnival was con tinued, in a strong wind, which in terfered with play. The results were as follows:— Christie v E. and R. Cowderley, 6-4, Christie v 7. and R. Cowderley, 6-4, G-l; 'Stephens and Christie v Caldwell and Kegan, 0-0, 6-0; Coilings und Moore v Caldwell and Kegan U-U, 0-1; Coilings and Moore v iil. unit YV. Cow ueriey, 6-0, 1-0. Cowra 0 sets 37 games, Young, "J sots 20 games. Bathurst v Eiong Eiong.—Edwards and Collier v W. Waddell and Yeo, 0-i, -1-0; ltoxburgh and Smith v K. and J. Yeo, 0-3, 0-5; Roxburgh v W. and h. Yeo, 0-1, 0-4; Edwards and Collyor v A. und J. Yeo, 6-2, 6-3. Ba thurst 7 sets 40 games, Etong Eloug 1 set 28 games. JDubbo v Goulbtirn.—Chalmers aud Williams v Betts and Turner, 0-5, 0-2; Chalmers and Williams v Betts and Taylor, 0-2, 0-3; Gregg and Taylor v Butson and Taylor, 0-3, 6-5; Gregg and Taylor v iiose and Turner, 0-1, 0-0. Dubbo 8 sets 48 games, ...
MILLTHORPE. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
MILLTHORPE. CRICKET. Tho following players will represent the local halt-Holiday team against lilayney on the Millthorpe ground this (Wednesday) afternoon:—Darkins, Bennett 2, Vaughau 2, Neeclham, Sparkes, iSicol, Sams, Muuro, Glasson, (Jallaghan 12, Stinson 13. The secretary of the local club informs us that he is unable to arrange a match for Sat urday.
SENSATIONAL SHOOTING AFFAIR. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
SEXSATIOXAL SIIOOTIXO AFFAIR1, j ( SYDNEY, TtieFdcij 1 } I A sensational occurrence- in connect tion with a divorce case in which* Frederick Tullidge obtained a separ ation from hia wife, took place to-day. It appears tlisjt the divorce was grasp ed some time1 ago. Robert Holt, was co-respondent in the case. hqd been keeping jcompany with Tullidgofe. late wife, who was engaged as tist's assistant. Holt was said to hayo; shot TullidgeJ because of his repeat; d interference when he was walkife' with Mrs. Ttillidge. Robert. Holt a|)4t' peared before the police court this, morning on a,charge of shooting Frep-jj crick Tullidge, under sensational ct^'- ; cunistances, and was remanded, b«iJ | being refused] , r "j At the Orange Court Honso yesterdu^ j a collector's | license was granted j Richard Howard Brown, ir.xl j Walsh wan j^iri-rttecl a gswtoS-Jsewl "1 f1! ft'd lfcteiJBB. ; \
FIRST RESULTS OF THE NYNGAN DEMONSTRATION FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
FIRST RESULTS OP TIIR NYNGAN 0 KMO.VSTIiAT I ON FARM. In this month's Agricultural Gazette appears an interesting article deal ing with tile first harvest from the above farm. Farmers In the western dry country have been watching this farm and its consequent result since its inception. On the whole, accord ing to Mr. II. J. Kelly, the manager, who contributes the article, tile re sults must bo considered as very suc cessful, when it takes into considera tion that the rainfall for the year was considerably below the average. In the autumn, a period of three months occurred, in which only 2S points of rain were registered, and that small quantity was the result of four separate falls. A ton to the acre &lt; was cut from a considerable area, notwithstanding that the total rainfall during its growth had been 532 points. Out of 100 acres planted as a com mercial crop, with Comeback, Federa tion, Firbank, Bobs and Warren, the best results were obtained from Fir bank, both for hay ...