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DEATH OF MISS McLEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 20 January 1912
DEATH OF MISS McLEAN. We are sorry to report that Miss Ellen H. McLean died at her resi- dence at the corner of Lord's Place and Lord's-street, on Thursday even- ing last. The deceased, who had reached the age of 75 years, had been in indifferent health for about a month. During the past fortnight she was manifestly declining, Liver &nbsp; trouble was the immediate cause of death. Deceased, who was a daugh- ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Roderick McLean, was a native of Bathurst. She had been residing in Orange dur- ing the past ten years, previous to which thilrty years were spent by her at Cudal, where she was highly re- spected and esteemed. Deceased leaves fou sisters and three brothers to mourn their loss. Mrs. McCrae, of Canowindra, Mrs. Starr (Cudal), Mrs. Fuller (Lord's Place, Orange) and Miss Kate McLean (Orange) are the sisters of the deceased lady, and Mr. Donald McLean (Wellington), Mr. Lachlan McLean (Sydney), and Mr. Hector McLean (Cudal) are brothers. The funera...
AN OLD IDENTITY'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 20 January 1912
AN OLD IDENTITY'S DEATH. On Friday last, an old identity of the Bathurst district, in the person of Mr. John Bowman, expired at his residence at Newtown, Sydney, at the age of 77 years. In the early fifties and sixties Mr. Bowman was a noted steeplechase rider, and the Bathurst Grand Steeple- chase, won by Garry Owen, ridden by "Johnny" Bowman, will not be easily effaced from the memories of the sportsmen of the old days. The jumps on this memorable occasion being dit- ches and 6ft. briar hedges. He was also a great cricket enthusiastic and a keen sportsman, and won several foot races run his young days. Two months before his death he took a trip to Condobolin to see his old friends and on his return was attacked with heart trouble, to which he succumbed in a few days. He leaves four sons and three daughters. &nbsp;
MILLTHORPE. ROMANCE OF A PURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
MILLTHORPE. ROMANCE OP A PURSE. A- young man, named Rosser, from | Guyong .found a purse on the Guyong Millthorpe road on Friday, containing £4110/, principally in notes, and with commendable honesty informed Con stable Hamilton as soon as he arrived in town. Mcfinwhil© 3. youns m»ui, who had taken train to Orange, dis covered the loss of the purse, and came baclc making enquiries of Mrs. Munro, of the Comrriercial Hotel, who (told him where to get the purse.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
CRICKET. On Saturday afternoon at MUitnorpe Forest Reefs and Millthorpe met in a game, which resulted in a win for Millthorpe. Scores:— FOREST REEFS. W, Webster, b Munro 32 E. Donlan, c Nicol, b Munro .. 9 J. McCooey, b Nicol 7 W. Hooper, b May 10 C. Hahn, c Stinson, b Munro .... 4 T. Howell, b Munro I J. Brown, b Munro 0 IT. Webster, c and b Munro .... S D. Redmond, c Caldwell, 1) May.. 0 S. Chase, not out 1 G. Hooper, b Munro 0 Sundries 13 Total SS MILLTHORPE. ;T. N. May, run out 20 IT. Callaghan, b McCoooy i D. Stinson, c Chase, b Hahn .... 30 F. May, b Hahn 21 L. Munro * 0 L. Nicol, not out 3 Conybeare, not out 0 C. Toms 11 Sundries 11 Total 100
UNION TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
UNION TEAMS. Tho Mowing team has boon solectcd to represonfc Orange against Wavorloy and Sydney combined, 011 Wade Park, next Friday and Saturday:— J. Floyd (captain), E. Hawko, D. Dpin, Young, G. Griffiths, Loughnane, Fisher, Gavin, Boimor, O'lJonnel! Irish. Against Wellington 011 Friday:—II. Spurway (captain), D'Elboux, II, Grif fith, L. Baker, A. D. Griffith, A. Haw ko, Wright. W. Vaughan, W. Baker, Clias. Hawlce, Ackorman. Both matches start at! 10.30 sharp. Players aro requested to meet for prac tice 011 Tuesday and Thursday evoniiigs at Wade Park.
M. U. ODDFELLOWS ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING... [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
U. ODDFELLOWS ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING... The Bathurst district meeting in connection with the Manchester Unity Ordar o£ Oddfellows, was held at Con dobolln on tho 17th and ISthi Instants. Eighteen delegates were present, re presenting 18 lodges. Bro. Neary, D. G., was in the chair, and D.W.G.M., Bro. Turner, occupied the vice chair. Grand Master Bro. W. Maunder, of Lucknow, was present. Much Import ant business was transacted. The most Important proposal discussed was that having reference to the ad mission of women to the lodges. It was decided to recommend the admis sion of ladles to the society. Thie levy was fixed at 3/9 per year par member. The financial statement for the district was deemed highly" satisfac tory. Three hundred new members join ed during the year, brining the num erical. strength up to 2500. Five new lodges were opened during the year. Forbes was selected as the next meet ing place. Fraternal greetings were received by wire from New England, Denlllquln, Newcast...
MARCH V. [?]NGHILL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
MARCH Y.tiNGHILIi. Tho following S result of the match, March v. f^hill, played at Springhill, on Saw; resulting in n -win for the hoi4&lt;vJ by three wio kcts and 22 rust'/P H. Boadon, b Vaai?.-i A. D. Griffith, b WA .... B. Dean, c Yoim^vjWltip;han H. Griffith, l-b.w.k&ughan W. Whitford, b jiS.. . E. Griffith, o AjUm. b Jaeger E. Griffith c b Jaogar R. Dein, b Youngfe] '$ D. Warrington, c 'ifakor, b A Baker .. J ;. B L. Baker, b W. jam; N. Griffith, not Sundries . •feA Total .. .1 ,
RABBITERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
1! ABiUTKKS' STRIKE.. A telegram whs received by the Unions sccrctary to tlio cifoci that Air. .T. C. Watson ";liad decided to accept tlio chair at the conference between &lt; |." Exporters and Union delegate;), tr. he held in Sydney, oil Tuesday;. Messrs ],o Strange and Richards will leavo l-oi" to-dav iVi represent the itap pers, A number of trappers at Hlay 11 ey who accepted tlio Freezing Gom panv's olfer have again loft work, bc iiiK unable to make a living at the price offered. Mr. Le Strange addressed a la i-jro meeting at T3iitliurst> oil Satuulaj when all present deceided to continue the strike. An independent firm at Mudgcc are paying. 5d. per pair all round, which is twenty per cent over that beine, offered by the Association of Exporters.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
Springhill. Dooley, b L. Bakor 6 J. Vaughan, c R. Dein, b L. Bakor 3 F. Young, c A. D. Griffith, b B. Doin 74 Powtcr, b B. Doin 6 W. Bakor, c AV. Dein, b L. Baker 5 A Baker, c A. D. Griffith, b Whit T ■ " 5 Jaefior, not out 10 V. Lohon, o A. D. Griffifih, b W. Doin 38 Sundries 4 Total 160
SISTER OF ST. JOSEPH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
KUfl'KUS »)1«' ST. JOSEPH. Since the appointment ol: liho Key. Father Cooney to Obeion, mutters l'oli git-iis are being aticndod to with en earnestness indicative of tilio rov. gen tleman's usual vim. Tho education of tlio Oberon juvenile has this time seized D'atJii'i1 Cooney and (*> this end lie lias just liven instrumental in tlio arrival in that town last Thursday afternoon, of threo nuns of the above order. They were met ay Taranu by Father Cooney and Alias L''ox >vlio accompanied thorn tu Olieron jut motor ear. and where a large number of ladies, gentlemen, and children assembled to welcomo them. Afternoon tea was Jjrovidcd by the ladies. The sisters intend to reside hero and will open school after tho va cation. father Cooney is a member of the well-known Cooney family; of Wellington, and was formerly minis tering to tlio religious all'airs of the Catholic communities" of Dubbo, Car coar and Cowra, and is ono of tho most popular priests m the Bathurst diocese.
CR[?]T. MT. PLEASA[?] V. ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
c3jE" JIT. PLEASAKHV. ORANGE. Following sSXiscores of the match, Mt. Pier, ft, v. Orange, played on SaturdJS Mt. I'M A. Bonnor, b Cumnii®. ...... 10 E. Hawke, c PicM Fisher .. 25 D'Elboux, b CurfS._ 0 Spurway, c and Cjrains .... 46 Carman, l.b.w^e'p 5 Wright, c Cummifjrish .... 23 C. H. Hawke, no® 3 Olias. Hawko, b Creis 5 T. Hawko, b .GlasH 9 Sorrcll, c Gavin, Kip. 9 D. ITawko, b IrisW 0 Sundries .. . §f:' 13 Total .. 14T j Or«( j Gavin, b D'Elbou,j.|j 16 Fisher, c Spurwruj' || Hawko .. 11 Boardman, run «-iJB 1 Cummins, b E. 7 Irish, c Spurway,tfflawko .... 4 Glasson, b BonnoiS 15 Piggott, b D'ElfaJt 3 Pick-up, b D'Elbfg 1 Edge, b Bonnor .H. .. , .. 2 Millar, st. SpurwjpB. Hawke 10 Gudgeon, not ...... 2 Sundries .. .. . . .. 9 Total i 81
MALICIOUS DAMAGE AT JENOLAN CAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
MALICIOUS DAMAGE AT JENOLAN CAVE. On Thursday a visitor to the beauti ful Jenolan Caves was severoly dealt w;(h. His case will act as detero/it to persons who aro in tho habit of breaking off pieces of stalactites to keep" as mementoes. Appended is vile &is> of the case. H. M. liamsay was •summoned on a charge of mulicioiuly [ damaging certain real property, to wit "The Temple of linal" case at Jcnoinn Oaves, by breaking off a stalactite. Herbert Harrison JJaldwin deposed: I am a guide and reside at' Jenolan Ca ves. I remember tho 23rd of October last. Defendant arrived by motor; he purchased two season tickets. Ho vi sited two eaves with mo. I warned him, "'visitors are requested not\ to touch any of tho formations." Oil tile 2-1 th lie was again warned. Tho de fendant went into the cave "Tho Tem ple of Daal." I saw defendant deli berately pull a. piece of stiilactito off. J asked Jnm for it. Ho gave it to me. lie said lie was feeling how hard it was. Defendant, who did ...
MEADOW [?]K. V. MT. MT. PL[?]NT B. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
MEABOW d MT. PLI K V. MT. NT B. Played on Satfc with $he fol lowing results:— If MO# B. Watts, b Floyd" & .. . A. Hawke, b Flofff. .. . O'Sliea, c Griffltki.ioyd .. Kelaher, b FioydJ.i.. .. Groundwater, o (fitfjb Bryant* N. Bootle, b FIojt.I L. Bootle, st. Louisa, b Floyd Mogil, st. Lougl»^', &jriffith Wright, b Bryant^1. .. McClymontl, run Harris, not out .1. J .. Sundries andj nepp .. Tofol .. fi'J. .. .. Meaa41ws. Floyd, o and b B-MB. .. M. J. Loughnane.iffiawke, Mogil W. .. .. Griffith, c O'Shoa.taotl© .. Bryant, run out . m .. West, b Kelahen^Jf. .. Press, b Bootle .. T. Loughnane, c "Ai, b Bootle Fitzgerald, st. O'ffl b Hawke Roberts, run out .JJ. .. . Stanford, b A. Eh? j. .. Press, not out .. 1 J. .. . Sundrieg . . Total .. .. SL .. .
THE FORBES-STOCKINBINGAL RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
'I'llM F0ltI!ES-ST(5CKlNBINGAL RAILWAY. This line which will be startfcd next month is responsible for a boom in land along its route. To that end a -Vic torian buyer lias purchased tho Pinnacle Ustato of 20,000 acres. Tho property was uwio'd by the N.J5. Land Associa tion, and it- is said to be amongst the best wheat producing land in the otate. it is to be linmodiatety sub divided and and submitted to ilio pub lie. Another'largo property that ol Oomali on tlie same route has been pur chased irom Mr. John i. Went, wnoso home it has been for tho past 36 years, ibis esuito contains 12.UUO acres 01 freehold ami is midway botwoen l'Virbes and Cirenlell, and constitutes a mag uihceiit si retch of wheat growing laud. It will be sale 10 say that a big rush will lie made to secure a picco of ihis country. All this opening up of country which is duo to tho Govern ment's policy of grid-ironing tho Statu witii railways must bo of great benelU to Orange; and the sooner tho Govern mejit seo lit...
PUBLICANS—WARE HAWK? [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
I'(Mil,[CANS—Vt'AK 10 HAWK? A clause of tlio Liquor Act which may not be generally known was brought out at Uundagai Police Court last week, when the licensee of 1h Naugus Hotel, was charged with having failed to supply suliieient provender to feed tlit* horso of a bona-fide traveller. Tin: Sub-Inspector said ho wont there and found only n little ehalf of a very poor quality. By iho Act hotelkoopers are obliged to keep suliieient feed for four horses. Sergeant Anderson visit ed (lie place a day or two later and found the same conditions prevailing. Accused was lined L'~ with G/- costs.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
ff~ By Tf£ur\ Take t, With You. lliaataMlmea \i A Serviceable StimuSa.nl WABBELL BEOS/ Wool-Scouring Works, BATHURST. Wool Recelrcd for Sconrlng at Lowest liates, and treated in the Most Up-to-date Manner. Full Particulars on Application. HIGHEST MARKET RATES PAID FOR SHEEPSKINS AND SUNDRIES. Consign Goods to TTADDELL BROTHEKS. BATH UBST. JC. D. TURTON, Proprietor. PETERS & 00. OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. THEY are now Selling Choicest Fruit, Confectionery, Fanoy Boxes of Choco lates, and Delicious Summer Drinks. All Orders Punctually Attended to mi DeUrorei ta tasy ?«rt ®f toytp. •PhontJ 70. 8AVTMG0 BAITS OF MEW SOUTH WALES. Established 1882. Head OBke: Barrac^-stresS, gydasy. Orange BrannSi: Lord's Maca. Ofiloe Hours: Mondays, from a p.m. till 8 p.m. • Tuesdays, from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m. Wednesdays, from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m. Thursdays, from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m. Fridays, from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m. Saturdays, from 11 a.m. till 12 noon. notice! All presons Trespassing on my pro perty...
POISONED FINGER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
POISONED FINGER. it is with regret that we liave to chronicle the indisposition of Mr. \V. MeXamara, who is ;it present con.i'Ior abiy inconvenienced through having contracted a poisoned linger. 'J hi cause of tin* trouble was through a , plinter of wood having penotrioj near the nail, and there is a possibility &lt;;f tlir u 11 fortunate gentleman haiiiig to st st tlio first joiny by amputation.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
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RURAL WORKERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
I RURAL WORKERS' UNION. Oil a lorry at the intersection of Lord's Place and Summer-street, cm Saturday night, two R.W.U. eminLs saries hnrrangeml a fairly large crowd of listeners. Judging by the frequent incursions on the part of some of the audience to the hotels on either side of them the opinion would bo gained that the discourse savored of dryne-s. Keen sense of foresight was evidenced on the pact of the speakers by locating themselves in the vicinitage of hote.s. Wind, wave, and wisdom,' though as a rule have not a great deal in common with each other.
Local and General. CUDAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912
Local and General. CUBAL POLICE COURT. At the Cudal Police Court on the 10th of-January, before Joshua Dan dauer and F. A. Webb, Itaqs., J s.F., Owen O'Donnell, an old ago pensioner, on a charge of drunkenness was fined 51- and 6/- costs, in default 14 days hard labour. Seven days' was allowed in which, to pay the fine. . . . Norman Monaghan v. Frederick Davis, for as sault. No appearance for parties. Case struck out. ..... Frederick Davis v. Norman Monaghan, for abu sive language. No appearanec ot par ties. Case struck out. . . .. . A haw kers pack license was granted to J-Jeni.v Moore,, of Cargo, for the police dis trict Mblo'ntt