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Telegrams. REDISTRIBUTION OF SEATS, SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
Telegrams. REDISTRIBUTION OF SEATS, SYDNEY. Tuesday. The Royal Commission appointed under tha Parliamentary Electoral Act will probably submit a report next week. Official details of the schema of redistribution are not yet avail able, in fact the general scheme has not been determined; but from vari ous sources fairly reliable indications of what will be done are being dis cussed. It Is expected that in the re-arrangement, Sydney and North Sydney will, between them, have four additional members; but the Lane Cove electorate will be absorbed In the process. Probably one of the western suburb seats will share the same fate. Blayney will disappear from the electoral map, and on the south coast there will be a general mixing up, in which it will be neces sary for Captain Millard to look for j another electorate. Considerable re I arrangement will also be made in the i northern rivers electorate.
SPRINGHILL. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
SPRINGHILL. (From our Correspondent.) A well attended committee meeting c.f the Parents and Citizens' Associa tion was held In the School on Thurs day, 11th instant. The meeting was called together by Mr. Henry, and the chair was occupied by Mr. A. Moad. The business of the evening was tfr decide whether it was advisable to purchase a piano for the use of the school, and if so, what means should be used in raising the money for the fund. It was unanimously agreed to obtain the instrument, and it was de cided that an afternoon's sports be organised, followed by a concert at night, the proceeds of which, it is hoped, will go a -long'way towards the amount of money necessary. The date has .not been yet fixed, but will be decided upon next- week, A large working committee has been formed, and a splendid programme of athletic events Is promised, for each of which valuable trophies and cash prizes will be allotted. The committee consists of the following gentlemen:—Messrs \V. Moad, A. Moa...
ORANGE POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. E. Marriott, P.M.) A YOUTH IN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
ORANGE POLICE COURT, (Before Mr. E. Marriott, P.M.) A YOUTH IN TROUBLE. Charles Edward Priest, on remand, was charged with stealing one gold ring at Mullion Creek, the property of the Postmaster General. Mr. J. C. Mc Lachlan, who appeared for the ac cused (who, by the way, is only 16 years and 11 months of age), said Priest, on his advice, would plead guilty. Mr. McLachlan asked his Wor ship to deal leniently with the accused in view of his youth. The hoy's father was an old age pensioner, and it was an unfortunate trouble which had be fallen him. The P.M., Mr. Marriott, said It was hard on tho father. Still, much as he might sympathise with Mr. Priest, the public had to be considered. The ac cused was placed in a position of trust; and had appropriated the par cel containing t!»e ring to his own uso. He presumed that someone had recommended the accused to the De- i partment. It was not a matter for | him to treat lightly. Unfortunately, there was too much pilfering on the railways....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
IT "WILL COST YOU There are many remedies for the hair, but we can safely say that there Is not one which has so many friends a:j Tressoline, the hair tonic that kills the dandruff germ and malces your hair grow. Tressoline is used nvery where, and the sale is iricreas iug daily, the best proof that every user is satisfied. Clean your head of dandruff ,and have nice hair. We re turn your money if Tressoline fails to do all we claim. Sold in 2/ and 1/ bottles, by Fox Martin, Orange.—&lt;), M !_■ ^ . ...... HowS""""! On Thursday Next, 18th. Bromand Brown Commence the Greatest ..SUMMER SALE.. Of Modern Times. !" m The whole stock is Reduced to prices that t3 must bewilder and delight every Buyer. QUALITY, DURABILITY ^ HBSuRDLtf LOW PRI©£S are all combined to make this Great Summer Sale a pro nounced Success. The Bigjgest of Bargains IN BOOTS AND SHOES. MERCERY. MEN'S BOOTS, HOUSEHOLD IRONMONGERY, CLOTHING. FURNITURE & FURNISHINGS. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE Oome and Bevel i...
A.O. FORESTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
A.O. FORESTERS. The A.O.F. held their annual meet ing last night in the Foresters' Hall, for the 'purpose of adopting the' an imal report and balance sheet for tin- half year ending Decembor 80, 1911. The balance sheet, as submitted by the secretary, Stuart Lamrccfc, dis closed a very creditablo state of af fairs. The society had made very sat isfactory progress during the lasts 12 months, and the membership had in creased so much that' tKo society now boasted a grand total of 460. Tho funds of tho society have increased to £4273. the profit for the year being £358. Benefits paid amounted to £858, com-} prised us follows:—Sick pay, £395&lt;, funeral donations £40., medical lib-' tendance and mcdicino £423. A now addition has been made to tho_ bene fit list, providing a member with, in addition to his sick pay of 21/ per week another 15/ per week as hospital fund for every week ho remains in tho in stitution. The following officers were olcctcd for the ensuing 12 months:— H. ...
MASTERS AND SERVANTS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
MASTERS AND SERVANTS CASE. | Edward B. Bromley sued T. J, I Blundell for the recovery of £3/7/0 | for work and labor dons Defendant pleaded not indebted. Mr | J- A- Lano appeared for plaintiff. I Edward Benjamin Bromley, laborer, residing: at Orange, deposed: On Mon I day, 4th December, I saw the defend- ' ant ii! Lord's Place, Orange: lie said J be wanted some fencing done, and asked me if I would take it on by contract: I told him it.'( gov a mate I would a r ran ire with him later on; two days afterwards T saw defendant arnin; T thou told defendant I had not a mate, but that I would go to work at. wages; as it was inconvenient T agreed to accept an equivalent of 15/ per week: I was to receive in all ■15/ per week: the work was on the Warrendine Estate; T started to work ! on the 7th December last; I started at 8 o'clock in the morning, digging post holes: the posts came two days after: I was digging post holes in the meantime; I worked continuously till the following Saturday wee...
WHEN WILL THE ELECTION BE? [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
WHEN WILL THE ELECTION BJGP We liuvc it on itiu best of authority that the general State Elections will take place m ±Uay. ±s!o. doubt this will comu as a great surprise to many, but to the lew who are in the know, the news will be a verification of their months ago predictions. That therei will bo a perceptible flutter in political dovecotes in certain quarters is just' possible, and a keel hauling for tuoso who have not served their constitu ents too (veil is a certainty.
CONTINENTAL AND FETE CHAMPETRE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
CONTINENTAL AND FETE CHiMPETilE. Tho ladies connected with St. Jos eph's Church, nut iu tho school-room on Monday evening 1'or tho purpose of arranging" ;m entertainment in aid of church improvements. Thero wore present Alesdames T. G. i)altonr T. J. Casey, T. Humor, E. A. Maguiro, C. Walker and E. Perkins, and Misses L. Dal toil, J. Gelian, Ireno Dalton, \V. J. and Air. Blalto, Donolioo, and T Lambert. Tho meeting decidod on holding a continental and garden fete 011 the nights of tho annual races, on Alarch 1st and '2nd, and tho previous evening, viz., February 29. Full de tails regarding tho fete will bo an nounced in a future issue.
GERMAN'S HILL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
GERMAN'S HILL SOCIAL. The ladies of German's llill are busy milking final preparations i'or tlio holding of a social 111 tlio Catholic School room next Saturday ovoning, tho 20th 'instant. Tlio committee ap pointed for the carrying out of the sauio comprises Aicsdames T. Mitchell, T. i'inueran, and W. Wilson. Tho salo of tickets is reported as satisfac tory, and tho responso to tho appeal of tho promoters for donations has boon most gratifying. It is expected that a largo contingent of Orango lovers of amusement will patronise tlio social.
BIG STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
BIG STOCK SALE. To-morrow, at tho Corporation yards Messrs Bedford, Taylor and Weston, Ltd., v.-ill- submit to auction on account of various owners, 1-1,000 grand store sheep, including xbreds and merinos. These arc a very good lot and will command the attention of buyers who want to siock up. Included .among tho lot arc 50 extra choice pure Lincoln ranis, 2-tooth, and 10 clioico 4-tooth rams of tho same breed.
SERIOUSLY ILL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
SERIOUSLY ILL. Mr. Walter Martin, of Summer-street Oi'iinH0, is. wo regret to say, lying in I ii critical condition at tlio Oratlgo I hospital. On Monday last he was ad mitted iio the institution, and was sub sequently operated on for appendicitis trouble.' Last night ho was in a low state.
SEWERAGE SURVEY FOR EAST ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
SEWERAGE SURVEY FOR EAST ORANGE. &nbsp; Mr. T. H. Rose, surveyor in charge of the sewerage scheme of East Orange, commenced the work yesterday. He has worked it out that the job will be finished in six months. This will be a fine thing for the eastern portion of our town, from a hygienic point of view, and a good thing for Orange generally. With our sanitary system and numbered houses, and the names of our streets placed in view of the public, this town will rank second to none in the state.
"MY OATH I WILL." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
"MY OATH I WILL." During the hearing of the case Sul livan versus Finneran, at the Orange Court on Tuesday, the plaintiff was responsible for quite a number of di verting incidents. In consideration of the fact that he was unrepresented by a solicitor, the P.M. extended him more than the usual latitude in the conduct of his case. When the de fendant commenced to give his ver sion of the dispute, Mr. Casey, who was appearing for the defendant, ad- &nbsp; vised Sullivan to listen to Finneran. "My oath 1 will," said Sullivan, and much laughter ensued.
A FOREST REEFS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1912
A FOREST REEFS CASE. Edward O'SuIlivan sued James Fin- &nbsp; neran for £4/4 for work and labor &nbsp; done. The defendant pleaded not In- &nbsp; debted. &nbsp; Mr. M. A. Casey appeared for the I defendant. Edward Suilivan, the complainant, a laborer, deposed: I claim 12 days' wages for work performed, and end ing on the 23rd of December last; &nbsp; had no conversation respecting what wages I was to receive; I was to do harvesting, and to put in potatoes; T expected 7/ per day, and that is what I am claiming; I worked from star to star; that constituted a day's work; Finneran knocked me off; he did not pay me any wages. By Mr. Casey; Finneran never paid me for any work; I was sick on one occasion in the Orange Hospital for six months; I then went to work; defendant paid me wages last year; I was seven days cutting potatoes; I worked during the week days at har vesting and putting in potatoes; I did not break the Sabbath. By the P.M.: I did no...
THE RABBITERS' STRIKE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
THE RAlililTKRS' STRIlil SYDNEY,' Wednesday. A meeting of delegates representing (lie two Rabbiters' Unions was held at Murrumburrah yesterday. It was de cided to take united action during tin;, present dispute, and a policy was agreed upon. Neither union is to go back without consulting the other, it was decided to call out rabbit workers in the State, and 'to stand for 5il per pair instead of the prl.ee offered by the freezing works proprietors. Mr. Le Strange was directed to visit Sydney, and to interview Mr. Trefie with a view to bringing about a conference between the exporters and trappeiv Immediately, if possible. Mr. Richard? (Orange) and Mr. lleid were deputed to call out Canow'indra and .other small places now providing supplies to dif ferent works. A conference between the unions to decide on the terms" of the proposed permanent amalgamation will he held in Sydney on January-27th.
TENNIS. COUNTRY WEEK IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
TENNIS. COUNTRY WEEK IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Wednesday. JAirtne.r matches were- played tins afternoon in connection with the coun try week carnival at Double Bay. Following are the results:— • ■ -Katpomba v Cow ra: Tabrett and Crawford v Stevens and Christoe, 0-6, i-G: Tabrett. and Crawford v Colling;; and Moore, 5-6. 3-6: Goodman and Medlicott v Collings' and Moor, 6-3. 6-1: Goodman and Medlicott v.Ste ven1? and .Christoe, 5-6, 6-3. Dubbp v Young: Gregg and Taylor v .CowdorJcy Brothers, 5-6, 6-1; Grogs-' and Taylor v Caldwell and Regan, 6-"., 6-1: "Williams and Chalmers v Cald well and Regan. &lt;5-2. 6-2; Williams and Chalmers v Cowderley Brothers. 6-4, 6-4. . ' '