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BIG CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
BIG CLEARING SALE. Penrce and Williams, of Parkes, 111 conjunction with Messrs. Boyd and Clark, will conduct a Risantic clear ing sale on a date to be announced of stock and farming machinery at. Cashmere, ten miles from Parkes, on the Molong road. The owner, Mr. H. I W. Hall, is relinquishing farming, and the property, consisting of farm- : inc; plant, together with 5000 sheep, 200 cattle. 70 horses, 50 WQrtdijg bul locks, etc., fs fdii tffrebltlW B'diS.
MILLTHORPE. MILLTHORPE CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
MILLTHOEPE. MILLTHORPE CHURCH SER VICES. Lhui'cli ol Inglaml, ounday next.— Lucknow 11 (H.C.), Springhill 3, Mill thorpo 7.30, Rov. R. H. D. kolly; Guyong 3, Shadforth 7.30, Mr. Sydney Ezzy. Methodist Church, Sunday next.— Springliill 3, Mr. Floyd, 7.30, Mr. W. A. Burns; Spring Torraco 11, Spring Side 3, Rov. W. A. Burns; Byng 11, Lou-is Ponds 3, Mr. Dwyer; Mtillthorpe 11, Mr. Chappell, 7.30, Mr. Brooks; Guyong 3, Mr. Brooks; Wnldegravo 3, Mr. James. Millthorpo Christian En deavour 8 p.m. (Tuesday); Springliill, Christian Endeavour, 8 p.m. (Thurs day), Uov. W. A. Burns. Baptist Church.—3, Rov. Halmarick. Salvation Army.—11, 3 and 7.30, Lieut. Morton.
POLICE DISCONTENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
POLICE DISCONTENT. Quoting the number of petty thefts and robberies from the person that ■ have remained undetected in Vorbes, is given as a reason for tho police force to be strengthened in that town. Three policc officers .have been away from Forbes for some time on relief work, and their places have not been filled. Most, of the men v/orK over time, and the discontent both at the long hours and tho inadequate pay v/as never more pronounced.
MR. WRAGGE'S LECTURE AT MILLTHORPE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
MR. WRAGGE'S LECTURE AT MILLTHORPE. Millthorpe people luad a memorable treat 011 Wednesday night, when Mr. Clement Wragge delivered one of his popular lectures In Blackmoro's Hall. There was a very large audience, and the rector, Rev. R. H. D. Kelly, presid ed, and introduced the lecturer in a very neat speech, saying that Profes sor Wragge's fame was world wide, and that I10 had rendered great service to Australian farmers by his famous j weather forecasts, also that the ladies were greatly Indebted to the professor as by his forecasts they always knew when it would be wet, and what hat and what boots to wear. Professor Wraggo delivered an able se'entifle lecture, in very homely style, and showed numerous pictures of the moon and of the sun; the photos being taken 011 sensitised plates at tine Yenkers Observatory, Chicago, the Lich Obser vatory in America, and observatories 'in India. His photo of the eclipse of the sun taken by himself at Yongn, was especially good. Ho said that i...
SPECIAL STORE SHEEP SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
SPECIAL STORE SHEEP SALE. Mr. Harry Taylor wielded the ham mer on account of Messrs Bedford, Tay lor and Weston at their special store sheep sale yesterday. Nearly 20,000 sheep were disposed of at splendid prices, and tho sale throughout was most satisfactory. Details of the prices realised are reported in the' general report of the weekly sales.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
Another Fortunate Purchase of fii|| •jorsey *~n rn pis OSiC! SAMPLE- Hosiery Sale For This Week Only. BEING THE FORTUNATE PURCHASER OF J. & R. MORLEY'S INDENT SAMPLES of LADIES' HOSIERY AND GENT'S UNDERWEAR AND HALF HOSE, WE OFFER THEM TO YOU AT COST PI-JG'3. NO TWO PAIR: ALIKE, EVERY PAIR A BARG AIN. THE STOCK CONSISTS OF:— Ladies' Plain Black Cashmere Hose. Ladies' Black 2/1 and 4/1 Ribbed Cashmere Hose. Ladies' Plain Tan Cashmere Hose Ladies' Tan and Black Embroidered and clocked Cashmere Hose. Ladies' Shot Ribbed Spun Silk Hose. Ladies' Self Colored Cashmere Hose. Ladies' Vertical Stripe Cashmere Hose. i S THE.STOCK CONSISTS OF:— Men's Plain and Fancy Half Hosa Men's Crimaen Shirts, Boys' Stockings. Men's Pyjamas, Men's Vests in Fanuy Wool and Tweeds. Men's Combinations, in Wool and Cotton. Boys' Undervests, in Cotton and Wool. Men's Underpants, in Fleecy, Cotton, and Wool. Boys' Knitted Suits, in various colors. IF THIS SAMPLE SALE DOES NOT PROVE PROFITABLE TO YOU IT WI...
SALE OF "ASHBROOK." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
SALE OF "ASHBROOK." J. Nanearrow and Son advertise in I this issue that they will soli "Ash broyk," containing bQ7 acres, freehold farm and orchard land, situated five miles from Orange, on account of Mr. 1 J. N. McLennon, on Saturday, March ■ 2nd, at She Foresters' Hall. This is I one of the finest properties in the re- I nowned Orange district, and the aus- j .tioneei's wish to point out the acces sability, -jho permanent wator, and the | grand orchard sites that this salo will afford. Every block has a frontage to a public road, and the blocks are large enough to suit the general wants of the land seeker, fho facJt of Mr. Mc Lonuon taking over £2300 worth of produce from less than 300 acres of this farm speaks for itself, and oven then the land «'as not used to its best advantages. The railway is only one mile distant', and a public school is al most adjoining the property. Mails are delivered daily. The title is freohold and undoubted. "Watch advertisement, and apply to the auct...
RABBIT TRAPPERS STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
RABBIT TRAPPERS' STRIKE. j There were no fresh developments in connection with the strike of local rabbit trappers yesterday. The Or ange freezing workrs are closer! down pending a settlement of the trouble. The fact that a number of men, hith erto earning good wages, are now idle, is to be regretted, and it is to bo hoped there will boon be a resump tion of work.
The Daily Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1912. Local and General. AN ORANGE M.L.A's. ROUSING SPEECH IN S.A. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
AND •STOCK AND STATION NEWS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1012. Local and General. AN ORANGE M.L.A's. HOUSING 'SPEECH IN S.A. The Hon. P. W. Coneybeer, Minis ter for Education in Soutli Australia (according t.o the S.A. "Herald") de livered a rousing speech In favor of. the education system in S.A,,' last Thursday, at Norwood, in that State. The speech occupies two columns, and is described as a masterful effort in a long leading article of which it forms the subject. This will come as an item of interesting news to Or ange people, who are ever anxious to hear good accounts of their former residents.
SCHOLASTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
SCHOLASTIC. In Public School circles it will be interesting to note that Miss A. Cald well, lately of Orange Public School, has taken the place of Miss Thurs ton at the Wickham Public School. Miss.I. Armstrong has been transferr ed from Dubbo to Orange. We tlo not doubt but that the young lady will ap preciate the change from the* hot cli mate of the west to the coni parlietis of Orange. General regret will be manifested in the departure of Miss Caldwell, who, in addition to being an unqualified success in imparting learning to the children under her charge, was unstinting in her energies in promoting entertainments for the benefit of the school. Tn this respect Miss Caldwell was a host, in herself, and the gap left vacant through her transfer will iri'deed be hard to fill.
MR. R. D. MEAGHER AND THE THE DEAN CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
MR. R. D. MEAGHER AND THE THE DEAN CASE. Wc have received from the publish ers Mr. R. D. Meagher's book, which purposes to vindicate his action in the celebrated Dean case that was re vived a short time ago. The book is interesting reading and contains a biographical sketch of Mr. Meagher from the pen of Fred. Bloomfleld, and the sensational speech delivered by the Federal Attorney-General iii the Protestant Hall, Sydney, on the 5th of April, 1910. There are also signettes of Judge Wlndeyor, Sir Juli an Salamons, J. Want, and Mr. R. D. Meagher himself.
FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW THE FEDERAL LABOR PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
PROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW THE FEDERAL LABOK PLATFORM. (By Hot Un.) The Labor Conference that met late ly at Hobart adopted an advancer' socialistic platform '.vli'oh is now pub lished and is pnt lip,fore the people.. On this platform, distinctly called the fighting platform, are eight or ten p!,nii:s ro wh'oil the people must yet u.-eovd their assent or refusal, 'i'h's platform will in (hie time come the people, and what can they better do" than make themselves familiar with all its planks. The most important is No. 3, "Ef fective federation for the inclusion of referendum proposals in the Constitu tion." This »nd No. 5, "nationalisa tion of monopolies," constituted the referenda last year. It is the rnos! important, because it aims at destroy ing instead of making effective our Australian federation. The proposals to be submitted to the pepole contain Ave matters—(1) trade and com merce; (2) corporations, which in clude every kind and descript'on of companies or co-operations; (3) c...
THE UNSPEAKABLE WILLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
THE UNSPEAKABLE WILLIS. Mr. MacGowen and his Government will have many sins f.o answer for at the next election. But none will rise up in judgment against them more than their relations with, the man who now disgraces the Chair in the As sembly. Public attention may at pre sent be concentrated on Willis, but time will show that the Labor Govern ment is responsible for all the scan dals which have happened and which will continue to happen. Mr. Holman must bear the blame of starting the whole miserable busi ness. When he and his coleagues on the resignation of the member for Mudgee and Liverpool Plains, realised that they were actually in a minority, they determined to resort to any trick or dodge possible to hang on to the sweets of office. It broke their hearts to think of giving up the sal aries of Ministers, and the jaunts round the country in the Government motor cars. What were political hon esty and honor compared to these! Firstt of all then they dragged their puppet Cann out...
NEWS FROM ALL PARTS. From our Exchanges.) MUDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
NEWS FROM ALL PARTS. our .Exchanges.) MIJDGEE. Mr. Harold Barton, the well-known flairyman, whose property is situater1 the other side of Flirtation Hill, sus tained a rather serious loss on Sun day afternoon. He turned his cows into a grass paddock, and then went to dinner. By some means or other the cows got. into another paddock where sorghum was growing, the re sult being that two cf them died shortly afterwards. Mr. W. Murphy, of Croydon (Q.), who has been spending his annual holiday in Mudgee with his Market-, street relatives, left by Saturday i morning's train. During his visit Mr. Murphy looked up many of his old Mudgee friends, who warmly welcom ed the burly politician and journal ist. Mr. E. Barton, who not long since j returned from Orange, where he had a position in the composing room of "The Leader," owned by Mr. P. S. Garling, has accepted a billet on the Gulgong 'Advertiser." The reason Mr. Barton left "The Leader" was that night work did not agree with him. Mr. Harr...
HOMEBUSH SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
HOMEBFSTT SAXES. SYDNEY, Thill's To-day's sheep market was firmer. Competition was very consistent and, although the Improvement was hardly a quotable one, buyers generally found it a dearer market. The number ad vised from 191 owners was 42,0V J. and about 42,000 were penned. The of fering was a fair one, nnd prime mut ton was well in evidence proportion ately. Sales: T. Qulnn, George's Plains, 8 wethers and ewes G/G. 30 prime wethers and ewes 10/; W. Webb, Tarana, 41 ewes 11/], G3 at'10'" to 10/7; western agents, 237 ewes 10/-1: ; Mrs. Heffernan, Breadalbane, 100 w.. : 8/11, 128 w. 7/7 to 7/8: F. W. Howe, >' Trangie. 72 xw 15/5, 13 stags 12/n, 53 j xbw 12/8, 29 xbe 10/9: Txick, Genrge's Plains, 41 ewes 6/10, 50 at 5/9: west- i, ern agents, 10G xbw 11/7, 197 at 0/11. V There was very little, demand for ;■ other than prime and extr.\ prime J lambs in to-day's market, and, a? tlids t quality was scarce, there was practi cally little alteration in values. The ( supply was not heavy...
SYDNEY WHEAT MARKET. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
'SYDNEY' TTHEA T JfAllKKT. SYDNEY, Thursday. . 1 Private cables state that. tli" Lon don and Liverpool wheat mnrkets are | steady, with a sale of an Australian cargo to load at pur rinnrter. showing an alteration. Wheat :s not offering to Sydney with much freedom, and purchases are being effected l>y sellers and shippers at Wednesday's rates. Complaints continue respect ing the shortage of railway trucks for wheat. Some city merchants say the position in this respect is pimply chaos.
SYDNEY FRUIT MARKET. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
SYDNEY FRTTIT MARKET. SYDNEY, Thursday. New season's white and blnck cherry grapes are beginning to arrive in fair ly large quantities. They arc mostly on tlie small side, and satisfactory prices are being realised. Apples, pears and bananas remain firm at late values. Peaches and plums wore hea vily supplied, and the prices accept ed were not so high as those of yester day. Grapes: White cherry M to 5/. white 2/ to 2/3, blade musca^Is. S/ to 12/: ambers, 6/ to 8/ per 2UI> box. Plums: Lutherborougli, choice 4/ to 5/ per gin case: medium 2' to 2/fi per half ease: Wielcson's. 3/ to 4/: Bnrbnnlt's, 2/0 to 3/ per half case:, blood, 3/ to 4/ per gin case. 2/ to 2/G a half ease. Peaches: Clingstones, choice 2/fi to 3/, medium and small 1/6-to 2/: slip stone varieties, choice 4/, medium 2/ to 4/ per half case: AlViertas. 3/0 to 6/ per gin case, 2/G to 3/0 a half case1 Watermelons (Queensland): ."/ to S/, local, extra large, 5/ to 7'. me dium 4/, small 1/!) to 2/3 a dozen: rockmelons 3/ ...
ORANGE POLICE COURT. ALLEGED UNLAWFUL ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
ORANGE POLICE COURT. ALLEGED UNLAWFUL ASSAULT. At the 0 range Police Court, on | Thursday, before Mr. IS. MUrriott, P.M.j William Crowo was charged with unlawfully assaulting Annio Hicks, at | Orungo, on tho 17th January, 1912. Ho pleaded not guilty. Auiiio Hicks, sworn, deposed: I am tho wifo of Jonathan Hicks, the licen see of tihe Carrington Club Hotel, and was in tho bar of tho liotol about 9 a.m. last night; defendant canao into the bar and culled for two drinks and I supplied them, and ho then put down 5d. to pay for tiiem; I told him that amount was not sufficient, and then took his glass away; anothor man was with defendant j 1 also took tho five pence, and when 1 did, he hit mo with his hand underneath tho eyo; 1 said ho would have to pay mo for ono drink; ho struck mo with his open hand; Mr. Armstrong put the defendant out of, tho bar; tho defendant used bad lan guage; I afterwards gave tjio defend ant into custody for assaulting mo; tho blow made me cry; the defendant had...
MOTOR CYCLE OVERTURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
.MOTOR CYCLIC OVICRTUKNS. What might have easily resulted in another addition to the list of motor accidents occurred about' .seven o'clock last evening in Summer-stroet, oppo site the Steam Engine Hotel. A young fellow was riding along at a fairly brisk pace when by some means or other liis machine overturned, throwing tho rider on to tho motal. As luck had it, he was not very much hurt, which can only bo put down to 0110 of those special dispensations of Providenco.
Sydney Markets. (By our Special Reporter.) SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
Sydney Markets. (By our Special Reporter.) SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Thursday. At the-Sydney produce sales to-day 79 trucks were offered, of which 20 were passed. Chaff and lucerne hay formed,the bulk of the supply, and buyers'were in attendance, and com petition keen. Both chaff and lucerne hay declined to the extent of 5/ per ton. Only two consignments of maize were ottered, and one of these realised 4/4 wlthoct crouble. This commodity Is manifested to arrive in larger quan tites to-morrow. Potatoes were slightly firmer, owing to the smallness of the supply. Wheaten chaff: Choice 5/4 to 5/6, prime 4/11 to 5/1, good 4/3 to 4/10. Oaten chaff: Choice, 5/3; prime 4/9. Lucerne hay: Choice small bales, 4/3 to 4/6, prime 4/ to 4/2, good 3/5 to 3/8, medium 2/9 to 3/3; choice large bales 4/, prime 3/9, good 3/ to 3/3. Lucerne chaff: Choice !>/, medium 3/9. Wheat: Prime chick 3/G and 3/GV£. good 3/3. Maize: Prime dry yellow M. Rye straw: Prime 0/. Potatoes: Choice new 7/ to S/4, pr...