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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
NOTES. The Gronfell Hibernians are out with a splendid race programme for March 22nd, when £C5 worth of prize money will be run off. The St. Pat rick's Day Handicap of £25 will be the chief attraction, and the sec., Mr. P. J. Dwyer,, and his capable com mittee, have every reason to believe that they are going to have a record neeting.
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
TENNIS. Tho Cowra Tennis Club paid a visit to Orango on New Year's Day and played tho local club on the now court at Wade Park. S^mo splendid play was exhibited 1).\ joth sides and at the conclusion ol ,ha games the visit, ors. proved victorious by 22 sots 191 games, to 17 sets 168 games. The visiting players were entertained at lunch at tho Exchange Hotel, and at four o'clock afternoon tea was provid ed _y Mr. Carman, and tho Misses Gavin and Groundwater. The following aro tho scores:— 0 0 Rossell and Carman v Collings and Denton 6 5 Rossell and Carman v Collings and Denton 6 3 Rossell and Carman v Stephens and Christoo 4 6 Rossell and Carman v Stephens and Christoo 0 6 Rossell and Carman v Howell and Castles ■ 2 6 R: ":3ell and Carman v Howell and Castles 2 6 Rossell and Carman v Moore and Shelly 4 6 Rossell and Carman v Moore and Shelly 4 6 Bnyloy and Groundwater v Ste- , phens and Christoe .... 4 6 Bayley and Groundwater v Ste-. phens and Christoo .. .. 8 6 Bayley and Groundwate...
CRICKET. THE SECOND TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
CRICKET. THE SECOND TEST MATCH. Australia, 1st innings* .. .. 184 England, 1st innings .. . . 265 MELBOURNE, Tuesday. The second test match was contin ued to-day, when the Australians opened their second innings. ,Th_e following were the scores:— Kelleway, c Gunn, b Foster .... 13 Bardsley, run out 16 Hili, c Gunn, b Barnes 0 Armstrong, b Foster • • • . Trumper, b Barnes •• 2-1 Ransford, c Smith, b Foster .., . ■ 3* Minnett, b Foster • 34 Hordern, c Mead;,b Foster 31 Cotter, not out?..? • • ■ • 1° Carter, not out 12 Sundries .Is • • • Eight wickets for ...... .. 269
TELEGRAPHIC. THE ASKOY A TOTAL WRECK. CREW'S TRYING EXPERIENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
TELEGRAPHIC. THE ASKOY A TOTAL WRECK. CREW'S TRYING EXPERIENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. The Norwegian ship Askoy (16,01 u tons), bound from South America to Newcastle, Is si total wrcck on Eliza beth Reef. The ship struck last Wed nesday night. Anderson, the mate, with nine men, and the captain, and nine men in another boat, lett the wrecked vessel and reached the Clar ence River after having gone 300 miles in open boats. The men were in a bad way, after their trying ex perience. A later message states that the cap tain's boat and occupants safely land ed at Noumea this morning. Later. Later particulars show that the ship was travelling at the rate of seven knots, and it is thought a current caught her, causing a deviation, and carried her on to the reef. At eleven o'clock the sea was smooth; it was high water at the time. The position ot the vessel is hopeless. At the time of the occurrence the orders of tlis captain were promptly carried out by the crew, who remained on board till daylig...
MILLTHOKPE. LOCAL SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
MILLTHOKPE. LOCAL SUCCESS. The proprietor of the JMilltnorpo "Mail" has, with his usual acuteness, correctly gauged the requirements of local residents, and last week's 'Mail,' with the handsome calender and photograph of Queen Mary, is selling like hot cakes. The local business men who advertised in it have made a good hit, and those who didn't are now "whipping tho cat," -
THE HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
THE HOLIDAYS. Fine weather prevailed on Monday, and many residents went to see the races at Orange, while those noti in terested in the "breed of horses" formed themselves into parties and went picnicing to various beauty spots in the district.
LOCAL RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
LOCAL RAINFALL. Mr. Bragg inrorms us unau uu> rainfall recorded at the locnl_ post office during December was 3in. 39 points which fell on five days. For the year 1911 thcr© were 30 incli6s 51 points, which foil 011 117 days, compared with 26 inches 11 points on 104 days during 1910, and 32 inches 5 points on 108 days (luring 1909, making an average of 29£ points per year, which is much lower than the rainfall of a few years ago.
PRIVATE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
PRIVATE HOSPITAL. We are pleased to report) that Mr. Cecil Toms, who has been suffering severely from pneumonia at Nurse Stokes' Hospital, was well enough to return liome last Saturday. We are sorry to state that a boy from Brown's Creek, the son of Mr. George Burton, is an inmate of the same hospital, having undergone an opera tion there. He was in a weak state 011 Monday, but trust he will be much better in a few days.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
CHOICE FitUIT and Vegetables, de i tivered to any part o£ the town, by Kelly Bros., Summer-street, now In [ meir new shop. WAITED, Strong Boy for blacksmith's shoi>. Apply "Leader" Office. WAITED—A Guod General. Another kept. Apply Mrs . Jack Kenna, "Ciareville," William-st., East Or ange. WEATlIEBBOAltD Cottage, 1 rooms, kitchen, verandah, returning 8/ per week, 60 feet frontage, price £190. Nancarrow and Son, Auctioneers. THJiEE Weatherboard Cottages, East Orange, 6 rooms and 4 rooms, one £150, two-at £120. Good tenants. Nancarrow and Son, Auctioneers. BItICK Cottage, Moulder-street, six rooms, % acre land, £300. Deposit £25. Balance at 6% per cent. Nan carrow and Son, Auctioneers. BEAUTIFUL Dwelling, containing 8 rooms, washliouse, laundry, etc., stables, good yard,' cheap, £550. Nancarrow and Son, agents. LOST—A Basket, on the Bloomfield railway platform. Return Miss N. Gow. WHY we win—Because we have ex actly the varieties and values you need. Try the I.X.L. Ready-to-wear Su...
CABLES. THEIR MAJESTIES IN INDIA CALCUTTA, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
CABLES. THElll MAJESTIES IX INDIA CALCUTTA, Tuesday Their Majesties received leading of ficials and citizens of Bengal in a great amphitheatre. A huge crowd thronged the route, including 5000 veiled women in a pavilion of screen ed muslin. The shooting expedition at Nepaul consisting of a bag of 12 rhinoceroses, four bears, and 39 tigers, the King accjunt'ng for 24 tigers. On one oc casion his Majesty secured a tiger and a bear with the right and left barrels.
BRITISH BATTLESHIPS THE LABOR PROBLEM LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
BRITISH BATTLESHIPS THE LABOR PROBLEM LONDON, Tuesday. The Admiralty announces that it is negotiating with a northern sh pbuilcl ing firm for the construction in the Thames of two protected cruisers and engines, representing what is approxi mately a wage fund for battleships. The final decision in the matter io dependent upon the arrangements made between the northern firm and the Thames workmen. A contract will not be accepted ex cept on a basis of the same hours as are worked by the competitive firms, namely 53 hours instead of 48 hours a week in the provinces and London respectively. Mr Thorne, M.P., the well-known Laborite, interviewed on the matter said he objected to the latter candi tion. Mr Lansbury recommends the Gov ernment to purchase and reorganise the Thames ironworks.