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STORM AT PEAK HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
STORM AT PEAK HILL. A severe storm occurred on Satur day evening, at Peak Hill. The' wind blew the roof off Mr. W. M. Reeves' saddler's shop. The front collapsed also, and a telephone post nearly knocked down Mr. Reeves, who, in try ing to save the place, had his head cut, and a small bone in the foot frac tured.
PROVIDENCE TRIED TO BE KIND [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
PltOVIDENCE T1UED TO BE KIND ProvMlwico tried to bo kind to Mes srs Shaw Strickland and Joe Thatcher, two Jt'orbes sports who came to the Orango races on- New Year's Day to back Pino Park, but; to 110 purpose. They camo by .motor, and thoir jour ney was puctuated by sundry tyre punctures, and they thought they'd never get to tho races. But they did— just, in time ,to back thoir fancy, and seo Happy Lady win. liut Pmo Park made good for, them 011 tho second day.
NOT IN THE TURON SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
NOT IN THE TURON SHIltE. J I'tiron Shire Councillors don't mind answering for their own sins of omis sion; but when it comes to tho wicfc edjiess of anotuer sliiro being laid at their doors they draw the lino. For tiiaU reason President J. J. Sullivan, of tko lurou Shire, informs us that the bad road near Air. Gwnoro's, at "UlacKdown," about which a "Loader'' correspondent lately said harsh things of the J'uron&lt; Councillors, is ixi tho Abercrombio Sliiro. The lattor's Coun cillors are herewith inviuod to accept tho censure and do up the road.
A NEW FIRM OF PAINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
A NEW F1BM OP PAINTERS. After having been in tho employ of Mr. W. J. Gurtrell for eight and ten years respectively, Messrs W. Maley and 0. Eyles, have decided to go into business oh their own account. Under tho stylo of Maley and Eyleg, thoy have started, at the.'corner of Summer and Poisloy-streets, as painters, grain ers, signwriters,' paper hangers, etc. The well-known talent' of Mr. Eyles as a sign and window writer will en sure plenty of work in that line, and doubtless Mr. Maley will bo kept well occupied in general work. Wo wish .them success.
THE RURAL CAMP SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
THE It UHAL CAMl' SCHOOL. A few days ago a "Leader" repre sentative met Captain "Huberts, who iias lately been in command of a rurai camp school on the Mudgee show ground, where some hundred or so boys were given instruction jn various pliases of farm work, being taken to the various farms, orchards, apiaries, eiie., in the district. 'J'ho advantages of Orange for th® holding of a rural camp school were emphasised to the captain, and lie promised to havo ono of the next summer sessions hold here.
BILLIARDS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
BILLIAItDS'. LONDON, Tuesday. | George Gray and Stevenson began their session of the third match of 18,000 up last night, for a stake of £500. Gray put up a break of 225, of which 192 were made off the red. At the close of the evening's play the scores wore: Stevenson, in play, 1427; Gray, 1222. In the match between Reece and Lindrum, the scores were: Lindrum, in play, 8181, Reece, 7340. During the evening's session Lindrum compiled breaks of 248 and 247.
THE FEDERAL GOVERMENT. SEVER[?] BY MR. J. M. FOWLER, M.P. FREMENTLE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
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CABLES. TENNIS. AUSTRALIA WINS THE DAVIS CUP NEW ZEALAND, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
CABLti). TENNIS. AUSTRALIA WINS THE DAVIS CUP NEW ZEALAND, Tuesday. rue weather was dull at Christ church to-day when play in the Davis Cup tennis carnival was continued. In the Davis Cup contest Brookes auO. Ounlop took the first set, the scores being 6-4. Wright and. McLoughUu were next, their scores being 7-5. Tin, Australians took first set with 7-5. I), the last three.games the scores werp in favor o£ Australasia by "3 sets to 1. Brookes and Dunlop won the fourth set, with 6-4, 3 sets to 1. Aus tralasia thus retains the Cup.
A LITTLETON REGATTA TRAGEDY NEW ZEALAND, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
A LITTLETON REGATTA TRAGEDY NEW ZEALAND, Tuesday. Three men were performing in the water at the Lyttleton Regatta yes terday, when one of them got into difficulties. The second man went to his assistance, and the third also went to render aid. The three men were all in danger of drowning. The first two were clinging to the third, drag ging him down. A boat was sent out, and rescued two of them. Rowlands, the first man who went to the assist ance of his comrade, was drowned. lie was a good swimmer, hut got the Ciuiuxib. -ti &rcui crowu WuLcueu im uiJiiaiiAii^ L'VUuij UliU U1U iiOt bUUU il tu ociiwuo, uut wvxc uurr.ucu uu«n uicj 1-UaHdCU tue iiuLUi'C 01 UilaU'b. n.n om^i oi Uic men, wiiu wao annuo! b^uc, wua just, i'cocueu 111 time.
SURFING FATALITY AT CUKL CURL. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
SURFING FATALITY AT CUKL CURL. SYDNEY. Tuesday. Stanley "Wilkinson, aged 19, residing at Mosman, while surfing at Curl Curl, near Manly, to-day, with li s uncle and cousin, got beyond his depth and sank. His relatives went to his assistance and supported him,, but, as no aid was forthcoming from the shore, the cousin swam in .for a l'fe line. Before he could return Stanley Wilkinson had sunk again, and was drowned. Tiie deceased only arrived from Canada on Christmas Day for the purpose of visiting his brother, who I now owns a paper at Wentworth; but was formerly on the "Daily Telegraph" staff. The body has not yet been re covered.
MUNICIPALITY OF BLAYNEY. EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
mUWiOIfALliY OF BLARNEY. iiXTKAO-UUliNAK if ELECTlOiN". iVOTiClil is hereby given cliut the fol lowing uanuidates have been iNomin uied uy we tor tue onice of alderman 10 nil the extraordinary vacancy in the council ol tue above Municipality for me unexpired portion of tile Alder manic triennial period 11)11/13, rend ered vacant by tue resignation of Ald erman llewish— 1. John James Henderson, Hallway Olhcer, Blayney, i. James Matthews, Dealer, Plumb • street, Blayuey. d. William Smith, Laborer, Martha street, Blayney. 1 further give notice that Monday, the iith. aay of January, 11)12, has been uuly appointed for the taking of a poll of electors of tliis Municipality at the Council Unambers, Town Hall, Blay ney, becween the hours of 8 a.m. and I u p.m., to aeterinine which of the above candidates shall lill such vacancy. W. R PUICE, lteturning Ollicer. Council Chambers, 'SO/12/11.
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
TO (Juit KUiisUUiiiiljKci. Yuo 'cuaiige iioai evtning U) mom my iiuuiicituoa mis, pui us ouc or our uaiuu swing, aiitt lucre wm no (louiji uu liTuguiunutjii 111 uuuvory o£ "me irtsaucr m soiiiB eases!. Witii a vmw to i-oiueuynig aucu as aiieetiny aa poa aime we win cuaim our isiiuacnuora to at ouuu uuviso ua ii' "l'ae jammer' is uoi i-eacuiufi mem promptly, wiiethor tuo utiuvory Lie by runners or Ijv post.
MOOREFJELD RACES. WEIGHTS FOR NEXT SATURDAY. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
MOOREFJELD RACES. WEIGHTS FOR NEXT SATURDAY. • SYDNEY, Tueaday. Flying Handicap.—Manchester 9.5, Irishman 9.3, Precious 8.8,- Melotoi 8.0, Sunburnt 8.0, Arbor 7.12, Vene ta 7.12, Bective 7.7, Sweet Adeline 7.G, Meringue 7-2, Kumulla 7.2, Loco motion 7.1, Ayreline 7.1, Scotch .King 7.0( So So 7.0, Peronella 6.12„ ,Jan January Handicap.—Safrana 9.5, I Grift 8.8, Crown Thistle 8.7, Pan Out 8.2, Brown Dave 7.9, Corallina 7.4, Maduba 7.3, Kyloe 7.2, Tristram 7.0. JEuenella 6. 12, .Golden kipat 6.10. ICaBhtoore &lt;3.7,' \trlmouy 0.7. ' .'A
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
WHI TEi I THI CREW'! The Nc tons), bo' Newcastle betli Reef nesday u with nfn« nixie men wrecked i once Riv&lt; miles in in a bad perience. A later tain's boa ed at Nou Later p was trav&lt; knots, an caught h&lt; carried Ik o'clock tl high wate of the ves of the oc captain w the crow, daylight; gan to bu I tain decid and make men worl result. ' fast, and t the crew, They reir morning, weather ^ nasty sea good prog noon land was made Island, for the C reached tl pie provis tain's boa of the cr&lt; French ste BODIE The bod were drow were reco^ THE St Great in six days' c pie witnes night. At had covere tion of Hii Senhouse, SURFIN* Stanley i at Mosmai Curl, near uncle and depth and H his assistargl as no aid H shore, the |j line. Bef°B Wilkinson jg drowned. W from Canadjj purpose ofjgj now owns tH was former® staff. The' I covered. I EEC° 1 The tram fc constituted | gers were (| than last ye: |
FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW OUR OPPORTUNITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW OUR OPPORTUNITIES. Sir.—Orange is considered, and just ly so, the premier town of the west, yet we seem (through te energy of its inhabitants) the effete town of Ba thurst getting all the "calces and ale" in the way of experimental farms, du plicate railway lines, gaol, Govern ment grants, etc., etc| And now, to cap all, it looks as if little Millthorpe is going to wrest some of oar superior ity from us, a certain bank manager there (as representing the local Pro gress Association) having been au thorised by the Government, in re sponse to the association's represen tations, to invite farmers thereabout to offer their farms for sale for pur ) poses of a Government farm—a thing our Orange district so lacks. Un doubtedly the farming in this district is of a most primitive nature, speak | ing generally, yet the land is most productive, and some farmers vaunt ts productive results as an argument in refutation that their ways are not j so antiquated, instead of t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
vmjiNiiauAl, J AIM U Ait Y '6, 1912. Sure Sfflllsffactoe in Sftirts! THE NEW FASHION SHIRTS NOW SHOWN IN OUR MERCERY DEPARTMENT_ARE SMART AND STYLISH, ASSURE A PROPER FIT, GIVING FULNESS JUST WHERE REQUIRED, SOFT hTfRONT, WITH DRESSED OUFFS AND NECKBAND " T0J5AY HAS LARGELY DISPLACED THE OLD ORDER OF STARCH AND STIFFNESS IN SHIRTS. THEY ARE CUT TO PERFECTION ON LINES THAT THE FASHION SHIRT OF Fashion Shirts at 4s. 6d. White Ground French Cambric, with broad and narrow stripes. Colors, Helio, Green and Pink. ALL SIZES 4/6 Each. Fashion Shirts at 5s 6d. i Fashion Shirts at 5s. 9d. White Ground French Cambrics with natty colored stripes. ALL SIZES, 5/6 Each. A two color tucked Fashion Shirt, in large and small tucks. Colors, Green and White. Helio and White, Blue and White. Pink and White, Helio and Green, Blue and Pink, Green and Pink ALL SIZES. 5/9 Each. Fashion Shirts at 6s. 6d. Smart Serviceable Zephyr with a medium stripe of a paler color to tone with the ground. Colors, Vieux Ros...
SPRING FLAT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
SPRING FLAT RACES. The Spring Plat races were held on Monday. Thero was a good attend ince, and the racing excellent. Re sults:— Opening Handicap.—Panda 1, Lou Mac 2, Mulga.Mick 3. Trial Stakes.—Phil 1, Fuldon 2, Rat tles 3. Spring Flat Handicap.—Musora 1, Lou Mac 2, Brook 3. New Year's Gift—Granuma 1, Cro Eier- 2, Gaulus Lad 3. Gunnagawah Handicap.—Panda 1, Dion 2, Bonnie Ben 3. , Walltnga Plate.—Charbrook 1, Caerleon 2, Wollar 3. Farewell Handicap.—Granbroo 1, Crozler 2, Mulga Mick 3,