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BATHURST TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912

BA.TUURST TUKP CLUB. Owners and trainers arc reminded that thi! annira-inirv nv*ct:n.!? or the IMUiig'St <?'nrf Club takes place an I lie "!•' 5 .iij'l 27th inst ant. Knti'ies for Uifi K'ilbnish Stakes, Bat hurst Cu(>. and Bluckdown Handicap clpso on. Friday, Ji'th instant, no-morrow), at -8. p.m. Mr. K. M. Lindsay is the hon see

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912

THE STYLISH SHOE, To the man who wishes to be well dresesd there Is nothing to sat off the appearance like a Good Shoe. We have the line that gives the cor rect finish to a well-dressed man, and mark you, we don't charge a lot for it. We have made a special purchase of these Shoes and can of fer value in quality and price that nothing can surpass. THE— — SHOE In three Styles, at 12s. «d. NESHITT'S PRICE. Glaoe Kid, sizes 5 to 9. Latest round toe. Comfortable and Lasting. BEST BOOTS AND SHOES IN CHANGE. C. J NESS ITT, The Leading Shoeman SMER-STOBINGE. Phone 2Q9.

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. MR. FISHER AND THE CONGRESS [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Hit, FISHER AM) THE CONGRESS "Mr. F:»her Is quite satisfied with the work done at the trieuuial Labor Conference," We are all to a certain extent pleased to find that, in this world of discontent and. trouble, there fa at i^ast one person who is satis fied. From the Labor point of view, 't. only remains to be seen whether tho rank and file are equally jubil ant. A.diacreot veil is cast over this aspect of. the matter by tho secrecy in which the proceedings were shrouded. The delegates do not do themselves justice by legislating in tho dark. The electors, on whom, in the last resort, they rely for their positions, do not know how bravely they may havi fought for points which wore deemed important when they received tho'r delegated powers. Only the bare re sults are made known, and, although it is tolerably certain that there are often important reservations an* qualifications about these bare bones of accomplished fact; no one, outside the charmed circle, can tell...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912

OUR PREMISES Are OPEN All Saturday, GlosingaU0p.su ^ ESTABLISHED IS70. T<el@pb@fie 81. ' SOLE AGENCIES-HALL'S SANITARY-WASHABLE DISTEM g^udWf"© ^4FW0 .VOWniW'WlDlSHTA

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912

DEATH OF MR. R. H. PAPWORTH. Mr. Radford Henry Papworth, of   Lewis-street, Mudgee, passed away   suddenly at 12.30 on Monday, at the age of 74 years. Death was due to heart trouble. Deceased had a long and honorable association with Mud- gee and surrounding district, extend-   ing over about 53 years. He was a native of Cambridge, England, and came to Australia about 55 years ago. When 21 years of age he was married at Mulgoa, in the Penrith district. For 30 years he was in the service of the late Mr. Vincent J. Dowling, of Lue, during which time he managed Mr. Rowling's Gummin Gummin Station, in the Coonamble district. Mr. Papworth was also in the service of the Cox, Riley and Bloomfield families in that district. Four years ago he retired from business, and lived privately in Lewis-street till the time of his death. He leaves a widow and the following family of sons and daughters:—Wil- liam (Trangie), James (Orange), Charles (Mackay, Queensl...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912

DEATH OF MR. W. T. MARTIN Mr. Walter Thomas Martin, son of Mrs. Martin, of "Rubianna," Summer- street Orange, succumbed to periton- itis, supervening upon an attack of appendicitis, at the Orange District Hospital yesterday morning at 3 o'clock. The deceased, who was well   known and highly respected in Orange, was only 21 years of age. He took ill on Saturday last, but as the symptoms were consistent with gastritis, nothing   untoward was feared. On Monday, how- ever, he grew worse, and medical aid was summoned. The case was diagnosed as one of appendicitis, and the doctor ordered the patient's removal to the hospital, where a surgical operation was performed. Unfortunately the ap- pendix had burst, and peritonitis set in. The patient gradually grew worse, and passed peacefully away, as stat- ed, at 3 o'clock yesterday morning.   The unfortunate young man was a car- penter by trade, and worked for Mr. Frank Ford, of the Post Office Lane, for a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912

WANTED—Respectable Girl. Apply Mrs. Smytli, March-st. GAS MANTLES—Inverted at 9d each: Uprights from 4d each at A. F Hicks', in Summer-street. WANTED TO KENT—House in Or ange or East Orange; Apply Per manent, this office. FOR Motor Sundries. Tyres. Oils. etc. at lowest prices, or for the hire of a luxurious six-seater motor car, go to H. Leverldge's Acme Engineering and Motor works. Lord's Plice. Tele phone 159. WANTE1> KNOWN, that C. E. Brows Cro.,.. East Orange, is sell ing the Highest Class White ant Brows Bread. Telephone 185. BABBIT SKINS—Riley, Newmat D.E.P. Co., Ltd., Kite-st Orange, hav^ ing pressing orders for 100 balsi weekly, are paying record prices foi summer aklns. Trappers and farmers ar® making good money. FOUND—A Good. Night's Sleep, at W, C. Hudson's Boarding House, cornei of Robertson Park, Summer-street LAMARO Brothers, tne reliable fruit ers, thank everyone for generous patronage. They are now selling choicest fruit and delicious summer drinks in temporary pr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912

BLAYNEY NEWS. ! Mr. Walter Brown was recontly en tertained ut a social, when about 30 couples took part in the dancing. The Blayney Football Club members pre sented Mr. Brown with a handsome combination shaving stand ond mirror, i Mr. Brown suitably acknowledged the kindness of his Blayney friends, and left next morning for Woollongong, ! where ho intends to resido in future. Tho Mayor of Blayney, Aid. Clarke, has boen kept to his residence by an attack of bronchitis, but is now recov ering. Mr. J. B. Young has returned after about 6 weeks absence for tho benefit of his health, and we aro glad to say that he is feeling much better, though he has not yet fully recovered his" voice. Mr. Gr. L. Hosie, for ten years man ager of the City Bank at Carcoar, has been promoted to the management of the Kaitoomba branch, and though pleased with his promotion, tho Carcoar people regret to lose Mr. and Mrs. Hosie, who havo been splendid towns people. It is on the tapis that Mr. G. Hay, from the h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 18 January 1912

DEATH OF AN INFANT. Yesterday morning the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Woolfe, of Bourke, succumbed to wasting disease at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Gander, in Peisley-street. The body was inter-   red in the Roman Catholic section of the Orange cemetery, Mr. Ford having charge of the funeral arrangements. Mr. W. V. Dunn, M.L. A. for Mud- gee who was to have made a tour through the Stuart Town end of his electorate this week, has boon ordered to rest by his doctor because of a se- vere affection of the throat, which has partly deprived him of his voice. He has accordingly gone to Queensland, where his father resides. -Mr. T. .1. Robinson's machinery yards in Kite-street presented a par ticularly animated aspect, 'yesterday morning.' No " loss than three steam thrashing' 'plants were lined up ready to lie started out in different directions to do' the season's threshing. At Molong, the shortage of railway truck's is causing some indignation and inconvenience. Three truc...

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LOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912

LOUTH. It is with the deepest regret we have to record the death of a well known s!gn writer, better known- as "Paddy the Painter," who, whilst in dulging too deeply in the Xmas festiv ities, made the fatal error, on New Year's morn, of falling into the river, .whilst in a state of intoxication, and met with a watery grave. The un fortunate fellow had been busily en gaged painting up to Xmas time,when he ceased from his labors and joined the merry throng. His death has cast a saddening gloom over the town, thus verifying the ancient saving, "In the midst of life wo are all in death.*' The police have been remarkably en ergetic and busily engaged for the last four days dragging the river with grappling hooks, but their efforts, so far, have been unsuccessful in finding the body, although ably assisted by iho local residents. The general be lief amongst the hands here is that the unfortunate fellow has got wedg ed in amongst the rocks and may re main so for an indefinite period, or nt...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COBAR. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912

COB All. Mr. H. Quadling, bailiff, goes to Ocomn. During his holiday absence Mr. Harry Pincott was acting bailiff. Senior-Constable Richard Kinkade lias been appointed sub-inspector -'in der the Liquor Act for the Cobar dis trict. Mr .Geo. Kemp met with a misfor tune one day last week. A heavy piece of iron fell oil his foot whilst working at the Occidental, incapacita ting him. I-Io will lie absent from work for a few days. Mr. . It. O. Breden, who has been j managing the Young branch of the • Commercial Banking Co., for the past four years, left Young on Thursday n'ght for New Zealand, for a health recruiting holiday. Mr. Nimmo, operator at the local telegraph office, left for a two months' holiday trip on Monday.

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YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912

\OUX(i. Miss Florence Wright .daughter of Mr. C. Wright, of this town, met witli an unpleasant and at the same time serious accident, on Saturday evening last, necessitating a critical surgical operation. It appears that at about 7.30 p.m. on the day in question Miss Wright, in company with M'ss Har combc, was walking along Moppity road, when a lad named Frank Sivell, who was cycling towards them, at tempted to rid ebetween the young la. dies, with the result that all three were injured. Miss Wright having fallen, struck her head on the metal causing a severe laceration about two inches long on the back of her head, breaking a portion of the skull bone. In an unconscious condition the young lady was conveyed to har home, and her condition became so serous that on Monday she was con veyed to the Burrangons; District Hos pital; and Dr. Hinder, of Sydney, was telegraphed for. He was, however, not in Sydney, lint his assistant, Dr. Morton, arrived at Young oil Tues day, and during the f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROBERTS' EMPIRE HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912

ROBERTS' KMl'IHH HOTEL. i After jus'j returning from .a trip to tlio old land Mr. John Roberts and his wife aro up to their nook in business in their latest venture, the purchase of the Empire Hotel. Mr. lloberts in forms us that it has always been his boast to keep nothing but tho best of everything in tho hotels of which ho has been the licensee, and judging by the quality of his liquors now, ho intends to keep up to it.

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912

BOWLS. The bowling competition was advanc ed a stage further yesterday, when Bonnor -l defeated Walts 13, by. 26-15, and Young, lo, defeated Galling, 12, by 26-12. In our report of Wednesday's play it appeared that Johnson defeated Jjamrock, whereas Lanirock' was the victor.

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GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912

GREN'FELL Testimonial to Senior Sergeant Rob erts,—At the meeting hold to initiate the above mater, a strong committee was formed, and ten guineas collected in the room. The Mayor presided, and ho an Messrs. Cousins and Pan! Halls were appointed collectors. M.U., I.O.O.F.—The annual meeting of the Young district was held at Cow ra on Wednesday last, Loyal Gren foll Lodge being represented by Bros. H. ,T. Rabbets, D.D.G.M., and A. G. Tubman, P.G Qro. Rabbets was el ected District Grand Master. A very serious accident occurred ou Saturday to .Mr. Michael Crowe, of Spring Park. Crowe was seated on a waggon loaded with 75 bags of wheat, travelling to Monteagle. When cross ing a rut Crowe was dislodged, and fell to the ground, the front wheel passing over the upper part of an arm. T-Ie. was taken to Young and placed in the Sacred Heart Hospital. It is feared that amputation will be i necessary. Prior to hor departure from Gren fell Mrs. H. F. Wilkinson was pre sented by her lady friends ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912

CHURCH OE ENGLAND SERVICES Ploly Trinity Church, 8 a.m. (H.C.), 11 a.m. (with 1-l.C.), and 7.30 Benereo, 3 p.m. Preacher: Tho Bishop of Bathurst. Summer Hill Crook, 11 a.m., Lewis Ponds, 7 .30 Cavo Creek, 3 and Oanoblas 7.30. A committee mooting of the Orange District Hospital will be hold at the secretary's office this afternoon at 4 o'clock to adopt the report for presen tation to the annual general mooting which will take place at the Town Hall on Monday night, next at 8 o'clock.

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TRUNKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912

TRUXKET. About fifty loads of wash were put through by Bottrell and party at tho Ourragh 6n Saturday for a return of about 2dwts. to the load, which is very much better than the previous wash ing up. Messrs. Barner, Vane, and Harrison, who have been prospecting in this district for the past nine months, have found a reef at Mt. Nichols, Copper hannia, the rlolly prospects of which idvc a return of about 20ozs. to the ion. Mr. .las. J.IcPhee, of Copperhan n!a, also has a reef, which, it is esti mated, will yield about SOozs. to the ton. Two young sparks, Mr. Joseph Woods, aged 82 years, and Mr. Wm. .Johnson, ager 75, are sinking on .No. 5. They have bottomed a 17ft. hole, and are now driving on the wash. They have had a fancy for this partic ular spot for many years.

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VISIT OF BISHOP LONG. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912

VISIT OF BISHOP LONG. Bishop Long will preach in Holy Trinity Church on Sunday noxt. As his sermons arc of a forceful, odifying churactor, it is expected that tnero will ba large congregations to hear him at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.

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FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912

F0KBES. Messrs. TV. J. Kelly and Co., Park ?s, report t.ho sale of "The Plpins," Trundle, a property of S-tSO acrcs, to Messrs. w. M. Palmer, of Pa'rkfcg, and ) H. J. Klemm, ofWangaratta, at the vendors' reserve. The local cyclists, Henry and Crooks, are expected to take part in the next J. D. Williams' six days' race in Melbourne. Some of our other local high fliers are of opinion that in young Bray, who has swept the board iip this way at pu-blip meetings, Forbes has a better inah even- than Henry, whom -he is said to have been able always to head. As a consequence of the recent rains, the pastoral country bordering the Bogan Gate road to Neiuugaloo :s looking well—grass everywhere, with occasional^ green, succulent patches. From Nelungaloo Homestead on to the siding, the country looks still bet ter, and continues so on past I-Iourl gan's, on to Mr. Francis Foy's stud farm at The Monastery, but a few days like Sunday and Monday will soon remove the green tint. It Is re markable ho...

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WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912

WEATHER FORECAST. Generally flue and warmer; south to oust winds; sumo thunder prohabiy ( near the Queensland border. i

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