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TOWN NURSING SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
'TOWN NURSING SCHEME. An innovation of more fh'nii passing intorost to counlry t'oivns possessed of a hospital, anrl one that lias commend ..nli'.o features, lias just -been adopted by (he Cas'no Hospital Committee. The idea has met wiih ;> certain amount of success. so- far. and there is a. probability of the. renew* be.iuu applied to other towns ef creator po tentialities than C'as;no. The worr ies the appointment on the staff .of a visiting nurse, whose itinery will he confined to within ihe municipal limits, except in, certain eases. All needy and sick persons will receive first call, advice find'attention, hut the anpas?emeut of private nurses of me dical men 's not; to be interfered will). • The. salary of ihe visiting nurse.. !«&lt; . fo he. .£60 per antiuni, and she 's to have ,'jhe equipment of a hov^e anM utlky, 'the total roach iii'V an o-!inv. le if ,G100 per annum, which -is (o ho "a'sed by special effort on the pnrt •if the hospital ladies' committee. Pli" m...
ERRATA [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
ERRATA " lii our issuo of yeslenlav we refer red to the Orange Rifle Cluk tiro' line should have read Orange*Militia. Wo Hasten to covrcct the error, and :isa:n remind all those who wish -to enlarge the prize list, by donations to 'communicate with Mr. D. Pllcher.
BAND IN THE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
BAND INr TTITC PARK. To-night the 0 ran go Town Band will ]>laj- in Robertson Park.' Last Thuru tin y week the Park was a mdving mass of the public, who loft their harries to listen to the music, .and it goes withoftt"saying that it must indeed ho gratifying to the 'bandsmen to know that their efforts to please the people arc appreciated. A capital pro gramme. is to be discoursed to-night, and there'is not the slightest doubt that, again we will have the pleasure of seeing a big crowd of listeners.
BEER DOWN? [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
B13ER DOWN? When, we say that -wo don't menn down, in price, but flown on the ground. There was almost, a catastro phe in Lord's Place yesterday morn, when Walker's .brewer's Cfvrt, with a load .of beer on board, tried the mono, wheel not. through the fact of the off wheel fioverlnp; its connection with the vert of the vehicle. As a consequence the load of O.B. whs prccip:tated into the street, and the hoary headed old beer sparrors, sotvte of whom happen ed along,.held their -breath at the psy chological moment when the contact between the beer and mother earth rdif-uld take-, place, fearful lest the treasured'liquid would »pill and run to wpste. A ,load was lifted from their minds when no dnnincre was done, and they.passed on satisfied.
LYSOL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
I-YSOI..; "AilnioHt every day we''.hear of some Cii.se of lysol po'soning, eilhor acci dentally or otherwise, and we think that it is high time Unit some authori tative action was taken to regulnle the indiscriminate sale of the article. There is no gainsaying the fact that if. is a most, neccssary household ad junct, but it is now so easily obtained and so much in general favor that the majority of our populace never give a thought to its toxic properties. As the means of a sure,' thouch painful means of exit, from this tef-cstinl nni'i ball, it is responsible for an army of deaths. Children have died through driukins it when it is -lyine: arouiul promiscously, and valuable nirmals have succumbed to it* poisonous ef fects. What is wanted is to have it placed on the poisons list, so thai 'per sons desirous of obtaining any must have a witness or. otherwise be well Known. Only as recent, as Saturday the death from this cause of Minnie Oann, at. Goulburn. a'^hild of two venrs. called ...
THE REV. F. C. BOYER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
THE REV. F. C. DOVER. The Rev. P. C. Iioycr, rT the Unck Ja!o Methbdisf. Chiti'ch, :iml formerly minister at Sprinirlitll ;&lt;nd Orange, is recuperating at his son's residence at Onnobias. The rev. gentleman re centlv experienced a brt-akdov.-n iji health, and had to? relinquish circuit work, iris many friends will wish liini a &lt;ionii)!oto awl spcody restoration to health and strength. - -
MR. H. MICHAEL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
MR. H. MICHAEL. j • • ! ill1. H. Michael, telegraphist at the Orange railway statio,., will bo leav ing for Sydney by to-.ciay's passenger train. As before stacetl he has ae ce;)tQiL.aD,.,engaganii?r!t -with Messrs Nicholson agd. Co. Mr. Michael's musical services were highly appre ciated in Orange, ami'he will be ranch-missed. In connection with the recent Methcrdist concert our gifted friend achieved a notable success as a musician and organiser. During the past;.five months Mr. Michael has act ed as organist at the. Methodist Church. T!'"s-"-:man'y friends' ■ (and they are legion) will wish him every suc cess in the metropolis.
AT THE BEDSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
AT THE BEDSIDE. Doctor, Nurse and Patient feel re .ieved If they know the Medicine la the Best—that it is from Farr'a Phar macy. " Alleync '~rr (late J. H. Foot) Summer-st... Or:..»ge. Open &lt;1av and A daughter of Mr. Charles Wright, ;of Young, ,was accidently knocked down a' a'rid Btf&ainted a fraalftfft'd fiMlif
TO-DAY'S STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
TO-DAY'S STOCK SAT.E. To-day the big stove sheep sale" to be conducted.by Messrs .Bedford;'Taylor and Weston'will theattent'on of 1 lie public. Yesterday .saw a record, crowd at the Corporation .Sale Yards, fid to-day there should. he another'. Tli? • sheep to be ;• ubinift.ed are ' among the best stores that lirtvr comn forward here, anrl should command Torn than passing attention. Fourteen thousand will be put (o the hammer. x-brnds' and nmrinos. owes and we ther:;. slnd 30 extra choice nui'e Lincoln 2-toofh rami), and 10 t-tooth of the same breed. , .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
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IS RAIN WANTED? [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
- •IS RAIN. WANTED?; Great interest is being shown by the coming visit of the world famed astro nomer, lecturer, and traveller, Cle ment h. Wrn.ggc, who opens a two nights' season at the Australian Halt. Orange, to-night and to-morrow night.. Crowds have flocked fo hear Mr. Wragge's scientific entertainments all over the world, vast concourses of peo ple have attended in England, India. New Zealand, and hundreds, as a matter of fact have been unable to gain admission. Recently at King's Theatre, Auckland, it was packed with ' 1S00 people, and fully 300 were unable tp 'get serfts, so at. his forthcoming lecture in Orange the moral to observe is come early f.o-n'ght,. "A yovasro through the universe," is the 'ytlo of the opening entertainment, which in troduce picture of the Heavens, sun. "tars, moon, comets, planets, etc., by first class bioscope plant. These pic '•ires are appall'ng in grandeur, the finest of the kind screened, (alcm from 'he leading observatordies of the world, and...
ENGLISH AS SHE IS WROTE IN SIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
exolislf as siie IS wkote ix slut. Should his explorations of tire world lead him as far as Bangkok, he will have opportunity of teeting the claim made by the proprietors of a Siamese news paper in this handbill: "The news of English wo tell the lat est. Writ in perfect style and most earliest. Do a murder get commit, we hear of and tell it. Do a mighty ehicf die we publish it, and in borders of eombre. Staff has each one been colleged, and write like the Kipling and the Dickens. We circle every town and extortionate not for adver tisement. Buy it. Buy it. Tell each of you its greatness for good. Ready on Friday, number first." The pres ent writer, alae, has had no chance of buying it, but, as a brother-journ alist, he has much pleasure in thus , tuning 1^reiiuiesy ror good, : Orr, fn October Windsor —W. T. iii uuiuuer Windsor. I .i.
THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
THE EDITOR. Editing a paper is a nice tiling, and no m'stake. It we publish jokes, people say we are rattle brain ed. It' wo don't we are fools. If ive publish original matter, they say we don't give selections; if wo give selections we are too lazy to write. If we don t go to church we tye hea thens; if we go we are hypoer'tes. If we remain in the office we ought to be looking for news; if we go out then wo are not attending to busi ness ; if we wear old clothes they laugh at us; if we wear good ones ones they say we are extravagant. Now, what are we to do? Just as likely as not someone will say that we purloined this from another pap er. So we did.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
A USEFUL GIFT. Every Lady Appreciates a Pret- i ty Sterling Silver Manicure Set, j that comes from Hanson's, be cause it's the Verv Latest Design. Stz. Si!. Manicure Sets, plain and engraved, in strong velvet llnrii caspH, tO/, 15/, 20/, .10/, to 40/. AT HANSEN'S, (Where all the New Tilings ore) SUMMER-ST., ORANGE.