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SPORTING. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
SPORTING. SYDNEY, Thursday. The following are the final accept ances for the Challenge Stakes, and Anniversary Handicap to be run on the 20th and 26th instant respectively. Challenge Stakes, Gf.—Hot Air 9.0, Malt Mary 8.12, Sylvander 8.11, Man chester 8.9, Appearance 8.3, "Wild West 8.1, Lady Malster 7.11, Bective 7.0, George Gunn 7.7, Sweet Adeline 6.13, Milfoil 6.10, Peronella 6.10, Boy Scout 6,7. Pride of Murillo 6.7, Marn ghi 6.7, Rose Foote 6.7. Anniversary Handicap, V/2m.—Son of the Marsh 9.11, Britain 8.11, Baw Bee 8.9, Electric Wire 8.9, Kurnell 8.5, Lady Ruenalf S.2, Grown Thistle 7.10, Lady Wilde 7.7, King Bee 7.4, Chaste 7.2, Olive Green 7.1, Haze 6.8, Caslimore 6.8, Orama 6.7, Blue Pet 6.7, Mashtun 6.7, Barlow 6.7. SYDNEY, Thursday. It is stated on good authority that several certainties for England have written to the Board of Control, that unless the conditions of the tour are to their satisfaction they will not make the trip. It is stated also that be fore the tour of...
CABLES. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
GABLES. LONDON, Thursday. The men who threw the bomb at Gen oral Yunn-Sliai-Kai, at Pekln, declares that the assassination, iC successful, was to have been the pre-arranged signal for a general insurrection. A house to house search was made, which led to the arrest of a number of persons having bombs in their cloth ing. The steamer "Vanadis,." en route from Tyne in Italy, foundered after leaving Ushant,. It is believed that the crew of 23 all perished. The fire as Osaka, Japan, broke out afresh and reigned for several hours. The damage was estimated at three million pounds, and HO,000 were rend ered homeless. Prince Dadiani hias been sentenced to 20 years hard labor for instigating the murder of Prince Dadeschkein, with whose life he (Dadian) had intrigued while in the Caucasus. Holds-up and robberies have become so numerous in Vancouver that the Mayor has sworn in a number of spe cial constables. Additional detectives have also been engaged, and strong efforts are to be made to ext...
Telegrams. INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. MEAT WORKS STRIKE SETTLED. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
Telegrams. " INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. MEAT WORKS STRIKE SETTLED, •t - SYDNEY, Thursday. The strike at the Auburn meat works | was settled this morning, and 200 men returned to work. SYDNEY. Thursday. The wharf trouble will be the sub ject of a special conference between representatives of the union and em ployers to-morrow, and it is hoped the outcome will be one of harmony. The men anticipate that the employers will offer them the rate granted to Mel bourne wliarfles. PERTH, W.A., Thursday. In connection with the railway strike an independent boafd is to be ap pointed tti /aftitVrftS ftitWeit tW-.nfeii and the railway company. A recom mendation to the above effect has been sent to the Governor. Tenders are about to be called by the Department of Home Affairs for ' the installation at the Federal Capital of machinery which will work the first I unit of the generating plant for the ' general electric supply of tho future city. The power plant, with its ac cessory buildings and works, is ...
Commercial. WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
Commercial. wooi. itmmi. Hill, Clark, and Co., report under date of January '16:— We held our opening sale for the year on Tuesday when we submitted a ciLtrtJopuo of chiefly medium wcots >vith a f«w Hues showing fine spin ning quality, and also a proportion of fruity sorts. There was a particularly larse ga tlierSnf? of buyors present, and wo foiuul the market firm at December rates with fairly general competi tion. Our best price was ll1/id for JB/Wood Park, from Culerin, and B on back U/Gunning.
HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL SHEEP SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL SHEEP SALE. Bedford, Taylor and Weston, Ltd., report having conducted • a highly satisfactory sheep sale at the Corpor ation Yards, Orange, on Thursday, the ISth instant, when 18,000 were yarded hy theni, 15,000 being .sold. Buyers from western and southern districts were in attendance, and operated free ly. Prices obtained, for vendors were well np to late values. A splendid line or crossbred ewes, the property of Mr. T. Gordon, realised til/, 2000 meri no wethers, November shorn, made 9/7. They sold on account, of Keenan Bros. 5000 crossbred In nibs at 7/2: a/c T. Gordon, 1550 Lincoln crossbred owes at 1?./, WOO merino wethers at 9/7; a/c S. Williams 212(5 full mcnth we thers, just shorn, 7/6; a/c Fred Tay lor 1100 crossbred hoggets 10/, 1000 aged ewes, in lamb to Ttomney rams, 7/4; a/c S. "Williams, 1384 2-year-old' crossbred wethers, 11/8: a/c IT. Tier-, nan, 505 aged ewes G/8; a/c John Noonan, 35 Lincoln rams, 2 tooth, 3 to ?>y2 guineas, 2 Lincoln rams, 4 t...
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. Dalgety and Company, Limited, wool salesmen, (Sydney, report under date of lGth instant:—, The opening sales in the second series of wool auctions at this centre took place yesterday, when we sub mitted a representative catalogue of 6000 bales, A vei-y strong market was experienced, all sections of buyers competing keenly at a level of prices a shade higher than closing Decem ber rates. Cont'nental representa tives secured the bulk of the offerings, svliile Bradford put in a strong de mand for crossbreds, and Japanese buyers secured a number ot the finer merino lines. Our top price in greas 'es was 13Vt&lt;J for A. Hooke's Tia wool from Walcha. We sold E. Gazzard's clip from Mul l'on Creek to lOd, T. .T. Horton's, from Kerr's Creek, to 10y>d. C. F. Oates' Bursoon clin from Cumnock realised to lid.
ORANGE STOCK MARKET A RECORD ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
ORANGE STOCK MARKET A RECORD ATTENDANCE. There was another large attend ance at the Orange Corporation Sale yards yesterday. In addition to the ordinary sales of fat and store stock, Messrs. Bedford, Taylor, and Weston, Ltd., conducted a special sale o£ 14, 000- store sheep. Glasson, Coulson, and jUcLachlan also submitted 2300 store sheep. It is considered that the attendance of buyers and others in terested constituted a record. It was a difficult matter to move about the yards. The inconvenience experienc ed served to emphasise the obsolete and inadequate character of the yards, and frequent comments could be heard respecting the discomfort and decided inconvenience felt. The iaclc of facilities for gaining access to them does not reflect creditably upon those responsible for the management of what is really one of the Orange Muncipal Council's bent assets. The whole yards need remodelling, and more yinsasgc-ways provided so that convenient access may be given to each pen. The Ora...
LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
T,ON DON WOOL SALES, Dainty and Company, Limited, wool salesmen, Svdnev, have received the following cable message from their London house, dated 16th in stant:— The first series of Home wool sales for this year opened to-day (Tuesday) with a large attendance of buyers. A Rood seleet'on was offered in the op enins' cataloffiios, and competition was animated. As compared with the clos ing rates of the previous London sales prices for merino wools were un changed. Any elip.mrs in prices for crossbreds was !n sellers' favor.
SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO A WELL-KNOWN RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
SEH1UUS ACUlDiiiNT TO A WELL KNOWN 11ESIDJJNT. About live o'clock yesterday after noon a serious accident occurred at the intersection of Summer-street and Lord's Pluco. A horse belonging to .Messrs Uedford, Taylor and Weston, got loo*e and, getting out of the yard, started off at full gallop down Lord's Place with the evident' inten tion of going homo to his stable. Just at tlio moment that it arrived at where Summer-street, crosses Lord's Place, a sulky being driven by a very well known resident of Lewis Ponds, Mr. John Fardell, happened to oo passing, tuid the bolting horse crashed right into it. The impact was so severe that both shafts wero broken off the sulky, and Mr. Fardell and Hio sulky com pletely overturned. A crowd ot about 500 soon collected round the spot and secured both horses. On uxamining Mr. Fardell it was found that he had re ceived severe injuries to the side of his head, and various parts of the body. Senior Constable Byrne, who was on the spot immediately, ca...
GRAIN REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
OHADi" REPORT. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Ltd., report under date of 17th January, 1912: — Wheat.—The market. remains firm nf last week's rates with a (rood in quiry for choice lines of F.A.Q. mill in Cables from 1/ondon report titnt. the market there is quiet and quota tions are lower. Prime milliner here is worth 3/7 to 3/R, seconds 3/6 to 3/(5!'>, chickwbeat 3/5 lo 3/G per bush el. / —0\vins» lo the dry weather prevailing in some parts of the State, th«rc has been :i pood demand for maize, and prices have shown a furth er rise this week. Choice yellow, email frrafn, is soll'ng at •1/3% to ■1/1. seconds 4/21/,. to 4/3 per bushel. Chaff.—AHhous'h t.hc arrivals; have l>°on heavy durinfr the past few days, there is a srood inquiry atjast week's prices. Choice green wheaten is worth 5/8 to 5/10, prfme 5/ to 5/4, flood 4/0 to 5/, oaten 5/3 to 5/8, good 4/9 to 5/ per ewt. Potatoes.—Tlie market has. been firm for good local lots, and prices hnvp improved. Local lots are worth 7/(...
STREET SENSATION. A VAN OVERTURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
STREET SENSATION. A VAN OVERTURNED. Anson-stroet, opposite Nurso Hart's Hospital, was tlio scene qf a street Oc cident yesterday afternoon, which, happily was attended by less serious consequences than at first seemed im minent. A horse afttached to ona of Messrs Dalton Brothers' delivery vans ! took fright, during the temporary ab sence of the driver, at one of Mr. B. J. Wallace's delivory carts, and made a dash away. A motor car owned by Mr. G. Thornton, of Forbes, was standing at Mio hospital at tlio time, and collision with it was" only averted by a few inches, but a pino tr'eo, under which the car was standing Was struck with such force that the van was over timed and sustained a considerable amount of damage. Fortunately no oiio was injured in the mix up. The incident served to bring out the debat ing atfiifttVij df tliti iff fiw Wli icles as to whoso fault it- was that smash-up occurred.
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
SYI»'EY WOOL SALES. Messrs. Harrison Jones, and Dev lin wired us 011 Wednesday nisbt.:— boles, and competition was spirited, v.'jlb mi iiiipTvincr tenflencv for (be 1'(iffor descriptions. Wo sold bv auc tion and privately 5-100 1 • • • 1 ■ ■«. incbid Mifr A, G. W1«rar, Men' Fn«rln«'l. 1W d. XTV. Mi'tlw. 101-', d. m rv°r V.V., Clifton Ovoi'C. T?vr1n1, 10d, IS T-T.. iUndjreo, lOOVjd. ET.L. Mndsroe, irCKri, arrow, circle 0 limbic. Molonsr, 10V.d H C, , Buvrfiidoni. Mudioe, JiV,d. .T. Mcivr.. Bu'vbnldrr. Oowra. C.H., >Tn(*•*"(>. fl^d, T) T&lt;\ over M. Cnlsronf. 0d, H. Bro„ Wellington, 9^d, H.L. over Y, Dublin, ftl&d .
NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
NA.KT>OW TCSOAPE. Mrs. Thnmf!, th« wlte of fh" Hcwsro Of the Post Offer: fTolel. Oulwr-na. qi fro'ng rut to P">t on» rf Ht> f»biVr*n n drink fell « dl=t^non of 10ft flown th« cellar. wliic'i ,lf|d hron I"ff- mien to al low (he crtr-1 lirnce thvrncrh the house. Luckily. (bp only rpRtiU was several abrasions to the left side, and a se vere shaking.
CHAIRMAN OF FORBES COMMON TRUSTEES FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
CE-IAIRMAN OF FORBES COMMON T'RTTi3rrTr,T?.Q TTTMTT.n The P.P. Board at Forbes proceeded against the aldermen of the town for neglecting to poison rabbits on : the common. Able defence was enlisted 011 both sides. The defendant ex plained that the trustees had carried out certain poisoning and fumigating work, but as it had not proved satis factory, he had now erected rabbit proof fencing around three of the war rens. The rabbits inside the fence are to be destroyed by giving them poisoned water. The P.M. found the case proved, but.'' the summonses against the aldermen would be with drawn, and he would fine the chair man 20/ and costs. ~
A BUSY THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
A BUSY THURSDAY. Yesterday was o»o ot -the busiest &lt;lays soon in Orange fur a long time. The traffic in the street, especially Summer-street, was almost congested. Tho footpath was also crowded; in fact, one had a difficulty in picking his way through --e busy 'throng. Tho reason ' must be put down to tho big in flux of country people who had come in to the stock sales, and the fact thai1 summer draporv sides are now engag ing the attention of the householder who i.-> bargain huntini;.
THE RURAL WORKERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
TITK R UK A11 WORKHUS' UNION. Mr. Swiney, !ii« organiser for the liural Workers' Union, arrived in Orange yesterday. He reports a suc cessful louV all along the Western lino and brandies, and says that tho men are very anxious to fall in line with the rest of the State in regard to | union tactics. In our advertising col umns, Mr. Swiney, in conjunction with Mr. Gibbons, announces his intention | of addressing an open air meeting on Su'urdny night.
MR. WRAGGE IN ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
MR. AVRAGGE IN ORANGE. A crowded house greeted Mr. Wras se's appearance at tha Australian Hall Inst night. The lecturer lielfl his au dience .spellbound while he demon strated the wonderful science of astro nomy in all its various phases. "Stars are suns,'' the lecturer said, "every star that we can see, excepting our fallow worlds called the planets, is a sun, and many of them are grander, far grander than our sun notwithstand ing that our sun is SGG.flOO miles from edge to edge." Mr. Wragge had h's audience entranced from start to finish and his wonderful exhibition with a tiny speck of radium was astounding, Every person who attended last night went away fully assured that tlney had roce'ved a further education imparted to them at. a very moderate cost. Mr. Wragge delivers another of his popular lectures to-night.
MUSIC IN THE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
music in true park. The dulcet si-rains of the Orange Town Hand again delight/(I the prom enaders of Tttsbertsoii Parle and the vicinity last night. Bandmaster John son rendered a very entertaining pro gramme of hifih-elass music that was highly appreciated l»y a largo 'con course of people and a greati numbor of visitors. The initiation of tho band in the park is one worthy of a largo slice of kudos to our civic, fathers. i
IT WILL COST YOU [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 19 January 1912
IT WtLL, COST YOU There are many remedies for the hair, but we can safely say that there is not one which has so ninny friends as Tressoline, the hair tonic that kills the dandruff germ ant! makes your liair grow. Tressoline Is used every where, and the sale is increas ing dalty, the best. *proof that every user ie satisfied. Clean your head of dandruff ,and have nice hair. We re turn your money if Tressoline fails to do all we claim. Sold in 2/ and !/ bottles, by-Fox Martin, Orange.—0.