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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
Taken from a local Journalist's weekly notes, shows how a man and wife cau live on thirty shillings per week:— s. d. "White Rose" Fountain Drink (for husband) 17 0 "White Rose" Ice Cream (for wife) 2 6 Boot Repairs 1 6 Clothes 3 6 Groceries account (pay next week)) 0 0 Rent (call again) 0 0 Tobacco .. .. .... 2 6 Cigarettes ]. 1,6 Papers and library .. •• 2 0 ' £1 10 6 N.B.—I find we have spent sixpence too much this week. My wife will have to do with less Ice Cream next week. She's getting too fond of it. NOBERT REWTON. fhe White Rose 0&lt;m&lt; SUMMER-STREET, ORANGE. Tlrtj Pofet $ifka U iippo'sM. rofis' Vehicles ARE Blil&T TO LAST, *.v 01 tfaem, made 20 /oars aga • usianv. um ever *hioo. are still running well. from a. Bulky to & iWnggea the premises, and no sho4dy used In tMeia. ECIALTT.—I do sc* ifiieh ©r yonr wbeels. bat pat th«n ough order before Tyring them. J..CRQFTS CH BUILDER. WHEELWRIGHT AND HORSESHOBR, BLAYNEY. ' (Next Court HonSe). Aiiaer...
THAT FALSE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
THAT FALSE REPORT. (By Dick McDonald.) r notice that another genius has been scaling the milky -way and grasp ing at stars that are yet beyond his I reach. I refer to the amateur journal ist who furnished the "Advocate" with a report of the rabbitors' meeting which was held in the Standard Hotel on Saturday . night, Although I do not pose as a, philanthropist in this or any other, movement, cor yet as a martyr enshrouded in a halo of glory, I am deeply interested in any move ment which tends to the betterment of ■ the living conditions of my fellotv workers, as any ladder-climbing office seeker, or shall I say interloper, who, by hir magriloq'ient motuainjjs and flat.i'/MH f r.faioi ade would 'f-nd sa vour to 'li ^3 is l^ss versa;ilo but in •flnitely more sincere fellow workman to the belief that lie is some heaven the chains of economic servitude to some haven of rest and comfort which ne has discovered round the corner, the road to which is as yet unfamiliar to others. Not only" f...
FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW. JOE WILLIAMS IN REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW. JOE WILLIAMS IN REPLY. „„ ,In rePt0 p- J- Condon (the big Cobar Lare1) letter of the 17th, stat ing that I published untruths with re gard to his treatment to me oil theoc cas.on of. my visit to Cobar, he (Con ?^n? ^fntes I hnew perfectly well , L i1? as^ment I signed-. was urattea by-him as proprietor Now I say right off that Mr. Ernie Munro was the man who brought about the match with Clark,and myself, and'who arranged everything, it was stated in the agreement that the referee was to be appointed by the stadium man agement and was to be no less a per sonage than Condon, the "Cobar Lare." When I signed the agreement I was Impression that the Cobar orSemmennhSfment conslfited of J>on. ? „ men, but on arriving at Cobar I was surprised to learn that p / Condon was manager of the stadium referee of the match, and had made n °n the fight, in fact was Tregu" hanTdy man about the place " As soon as I arrived I was told by reliable men that it was only a matte...
CRICKET. THE THIRD TEST MATCH. ENGLAND'S EASY VICTORY. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
CRICKS?. THE THIRD TEST MATCH. ENGLAND'S EASY VICTORY. Ij - I ADELAIDE, Wednesday. The third test match was concluded to-day, in good weather. Stinnett and Hordern opened to Barnes' bowling, the fourth ball being hit to Hobbs at mid-on. 6 for 360. Ransford. fol lowed, and soon lost Horderu, who after Sjnith missed-stumping him off Barnes was easily caught and bowled ' by the jsame bowler. 7 for 363. Mat* thews followed and batted quietly. Ransford was 41 minutes reaching double figures. The firBt hour's playl only saw 37 runs yielded. 400 runs were hoisted in 420 minutes. On re suming after lunch Ransford added 18, and was thou clean bowled' He had been batting 108 minutes. Cotter was next, after quiet playing he scor ed three fourers in succession off Hitch. With the score at 475 Matthews after a plucky innings was clean bowl ed; he was batting 114 minutes and '• notched* live fourers. Trumper was the last man, and had McCartney to run for him. He scored 1, and then Cotter was bowl...
"KISS THE BOOK." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
"KI'SS TME, BOOK." &lt;\t. the Dubbo Police Court on Tues day th.e P.M. was Impressed wrth the •fact that, the serin carrying capabili ties ofl.tlio bible, rind. s;tys the "Lib eral," gtated Hint lie intended to in troduce ri new order of things in the court.' m regard to the Bible, upon which "\vitriossea a-re 'sworn. He rea lised the-fart that, many persons did: not. like kissing; the B:ble after others had used it, and ordered that a new. Bil>)e;,-be .procured,' tlio leaves to be "held by a band;and each witness was. to be presented with a fresh leaf when he or'she-was sworn.
MILLTHORPE. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
MILLTHOEPE. CRICKET. On Wednesday afternoon the Biay ney club visited Millthorpe and played the local half-holiday team on the local cricket ground tjio result being a win for tbo local team. Scores:— BLAYNJSY,—First Innings, Famaworth, b Nicol 5 Glassoa, st., b Nicol .. .. .. .. 16 Camfield, b Vaughan .. 4 Colbert, h.o.w., b Muiuro .. .. 22 Webb, o Nicol 1 Watson, b Nicol 16 Whitford, b Monro 8 Radburn, c Callaghan, b Munro 0 Coopor c Arkina, b Munro .... 0 King, b Nicol .. 6 Mallon. c Bennett, b Munro .... 0 Pittenaridge, not out 14 Davis, b Nicol .. 0 Sundries 6 Total 97 MILLTHORPE—First Innings. Glasson 0 Callaghan >4 Stinson 13 Niool 6 G. Bennett 8 D. Arkins .. .... *2 V. Bennett . . .. 0 R. Munro 0 G. Sams .. II Reed .. 11 McBeath ; 6 G. Toms .. 7 Thompson, not, out 1 Sundries 18 Total .. .. 107 Rev. R. H. D. Kelly hoard thenew Bishop at Blayney on Monday night, and was much pleased and edified. He is now making arrangements for his Lordship to pay a visit to Millthorpo, wh...
RABBIT TRAPPERS TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
RABBIT TRAPPERS' TROPBUW. As intimated by our Millthorpe re presentative in.' yeslerdny's issue, a settlement. lias' been arrived at in in spect, to (be rabbit trappers' strike -at •Blr.ynejv and trapping has been re sumed.' The Orange and Murntuilmr rati branches have been advised of Hi" settlement. The Biayuey Freezing company is .payins -I^d tor larce rn 11 bits and. 1.d for .small ones. . Hi view of the'fact that potato digging and shearing operations have been finish ed in the Blayney district, it is cause for congratulation that (rapping h««t> been 'resumed. , Seventy to SO nvti have'at times boon employed at lilay liey by the'Conntry Freezing Company independent el' t,rappers* On Tuesday ;>honl ."0 of the 00 trap pers supplvhin the Bathurst Freezine; Works.;ceased' -work, hut as (he re mainijw 40 are still forwarding sup-. >;!;es, operations at. the works .'will still .- he-carried on. The nrpyailme ru.t(>. h) Bathurst iK -Id per* pair all '•(uinrtv" but, the stri...
MILITARY. MILITIA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
MILITARY. •>„: MILITIA RIFLE OLUB. I On the; 26th instant the annual shoot in' connection with' the Orange Militia Rifle Club will eventuate. Shooting will commence at 9 o'clock sharp, and members not on the range-before 12.30 will bo debarred from competing in the first match.. The second match will commence, at •. 2 p.m., and members 'wishing to- compete, in this match must be on the range before 1.30. Froe ammunition will be supplied on the ground. The following is the pro gramme:—The Citizens' Match: 1st prize 80/, 1 at 20'/, 1 at 12/6, 4 at 10;. 1' at 7/6, 5 at 5/, 4 at 2/6. The Mili ;ia Match: 10 shots at 600 yards, to commence at 2 o'clock:—Prizes: 1st 30/, 2nd 20/, 1 at 15/, 1 at 15/, 1 at ■12/6, 4 at 10/, 1 at 7/6, 5.at 5/, 4 at 2/6. The Riddle Aggregate: 1st prize 15/ and trophy worth 10/, 1 at 15/, 1 at 12/6, 1 at 10/,' 1 at 7/6, 4 at 5/, 4 at 2/6. _ ^ _ The quarterly shoot will .be cbntinil-' ed on Saturday next at 300 yards." All ■members are ■ reminded that' this wi...
ORANGE STOCK MARKET. ORDER OF TO-DAY'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
ORANGE STOCK MARKET. ORDER OF TO-DAY'S SALES. Fat cattle—1. Glasson, Ooulson end McLachlan, 60 head, a/o Walker, Cockle and Crossle; 2. Leeds and Co., 60 head, a/c Smith, Glasson: 8. Bed ford, Taylor and Weston, SO head, a/o Rosedale and owners; 4. Harton and Co.. 40 head, a/o D'Aroy and owners, -s Fat sheep:—i. Leeds and Co., 800 Bead, a/o Smith; 2. Glasson. Coulaon and McLachlan, 500 head, a/o Smith; 3. Harton and Co., 200 head, a/o Fer guson, Hennessy; 4. Bedford, Taylor and Weston, 200, a/c owners. Pics:—1. Glasson, Ccralson and Mc Lachlan, 10 head, a/c owners. Store Sheop:—1. Glasson, Coulson and McLachlan, 3000 head, a/c Mc Clymont, Staggs; 2. Bedford, Taylor and Weston, 14,000 head, a/c ©wners; 3. Harton and Co., 200 head, a/c own ers; 4. Leeds and Co., 400, a/o owners. Store Cattle:—1. Leeds and Co., 60, a/c Gillmoro; 2. Glasson, Coulson and McLachlan, 30, a/c Owners; 3i Bed ford, Taylor and Weston, "100, a/c Taylor; 4, Harton and Co., SO, a/o owners.
Sydney Markets. (By our Special Reporter.) SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
Sydney Markets. (By our Special Reporter.) SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Wednesday. At the Sydney produce sales to-day 79 trucks were offered. Chaff values maintained kite rates, although infer ior qualities had a weaker tendency. Maize was weaker, and there was a big slump iu potatoes. Largo supplies of tubers wevo forward, and buyers oper ated cautiously. The prices obtained showed a decline of over £1 a ton. Chaff: Choice wlieaten 5/6 to 5/10, prime 4/7 to 5/4, good 4/7 to 4/11. Oaten chaff: Choice 5/4, prime 5/ to 5/3, good 4/9. Lucerne hay, prime small, 4/ to' 4/3, good 3/6 to 3/11, medium 3/; prime large 3/5 to 3/7, medium truss 2/3. Lucerne chaff: Primo, 4/11 to 5/, good 4/. Maize: Primo dry yellow 4/3 to 4/3%. Wheat: Medium chick 3/2%. Potatoes: Choice new 7/ to 7/9, prime 6/ to 6/11, good 5/6 to 5/10, medium 4/6. Wheaten chaff: Ex Blayney, passed at 5/7; Kirkman, Woodstock, 4/11; 1 truck passed at 4/6; Ison, Dubbo, 4/8; Kirkman, Lyndliurst, passed at 4/8; ex Dubbo, passed a...
THE FRUIT MARKET. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
THE FRUIT MARKET. SYDNEY.' Wednesday. The fruit market opened very firm this morning. Apples: Local eating, Carringtons choice 7/ to 9/, medium 3/6 to--6/ per gin case, 2/3 to 3/ per half case; Western Line 5/ to 6/ per bushel case, cook 3/ to 5/ per bushel case; best, 3/ to 5/ per gin case; American Wine Sap 15/ to 17/ per American case. Apricots: Extra choice 5/ to 5/6, good 3/6 to 4/, medium and email 2/ to 3/; Melbournes 4/ to 8/6 per bushel,case. Cherries: Nominal. Local 10/ per 121b. box; Tasmanians, 9/ per 221b. box. Lemons: Choice white 8/ to 10/, medium 4/ to 6/, rough 2/6 to 3/6; Italians 12/ to 13/. Nectarines: Choice 6/ to 7/6, me dium 4/ to 5/6, small 2/ per half case, 4/ to 6/ per gin case. Oranges: Extra choice 12/ to 15/. choice 8/ to 10/, small 5/ to 7/6 per gin case, navels, choi#e 16/ to 18/, medium, to good 6/11, small 3/ to 3/6; Californians, £1 to £1/5 per double case. Plums: Lutherborough, choice 4/ to 5/ per gin case, medium 2/ to 2/6 per half case; Westerns,...
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
HOW].:-;.. The third round of.the bowls tour- j uaoK'iif. was advanced nnrlhcr rstafte J '-cH&'lnyq. when Kilgmir. kc'b., V'onl j » on, the game being 2G-1S.'! Tohn;;on (9), beat Lnmrcclc (5), result | 25-20. This tournament ends on flu- j "Tith, and it behoves all those who i arc. comp-'tinp: to turn up and not miss a urnno. Tito result of the tournament !•; l-.iine- wignrly looked forward to in bowling circles.
SECURE YOUR SLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
SECURE YOUR SLTCM News of groat importance! to nil is ; Brcwn nnrl Brown's Summer S:;'". ccmroeius'nR to-day. Not one. pprro:; j iri Uic district can afford i0 remain j av/ay. ' Great rccliioUons have ? 1 c: made. so hurry up aiul secure your ! slico of our profits. Come early, anrl . eet Mm piYk uf tlie I'argraius. i
WEST'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
WEST'S PICTURES* »Mr?Gs-Stoward:s familiar voice could bo heard at the corner last lvglit a; ssuring passers by that there would be a crowded house at West's. Picture-. His prediction was fully home out, loi' a packed house greeted the special programme. The star firm, the Ballet Dancer, was well worth the price'of ■ artjnission, awl-the whole programme evoked the ..unstinted applause of-the spectators. On Next Wednesday night "After F'Ety Years" Will, be the star Him. This picture, described as an absolutely unique film, presenting: wonderful and realistic battle scenes, a. charming love Idyll, which de velops in She grim surroundings of war, a girl's act of heroism for lovcf. and country, which saved Italy fram Austrian domination, etc., 'will be. presented. The box plan is at Nich olson's music depot, where seats may be reserved without any est^n charrje.
TO-NIGHT'S AVIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
i TP-NIGHT'S AVIATIQ5 MEETING. ! A reminder is given ot' the public i.meetlng.convened by th$"Mayor,- to be' •helil at the Town Hall to-night,-' at S .o'clock, to consider the proposal of Jrr.vW. B. Hart to make the first aerb plwiiot flUiUt over Orange. It'is hoped* there i!i bo a large and representa tive attendance of citizens. . '
CUPBOARD LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912
CUPBOARD LOVE. The' courtship of George Mills, a j recent. arrival from Tasmania, was ; concluded by a mercenary action on his part, which brought him within i the pale of the law. TIavin.s' gained the affection of Eniily riiskip, he obtain ed a !>an::le from her ostensibly to have a chain pnt on it. Tlie mercenary adonis pawned 1 ho banale for 11 IV and "afterwards told the pawnbroker i Ihnl he was groins to Tasmania, and : he would have no further use for it. I Mr, Wilk>nsoii, the presiding ninpii-' j tfatp" ill North Pydnoy, coninw'tefi upon the contemptilile action of Mill" I in taking advantage of the ^jrl's nf i fection to rob hei-, and srn(em-'d Ui'1 ; scamp to three months' snot. ,1110 rv'.i j fcnec^tfc' be suspended under sureties of -rG20. Hp was also ordered io pay j 1 ,C 2 "in'■restitution.. ' I