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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

^To be Cleared Each, Er THE MOTA. THE MOTA. THE MOTA. THE MOTA. COLORS: FRENCH GREY. DARK GREY. IRIS, WITH BLACK OR CONTRAST TONE BANDS. BOUND AND UNBOUND. COMFORTABLE IN WEAR. SMART IN APPEARANCE . A SPECIAL PURCHASE OF MEN'S SILK BROADWAY TIES. CONSISTING OF NARROW AND BROAD STRIPES. AND PAISLEY DESIGNS. WE PAY CARRIAGE ON DRAPERY PARCELS TO ALL RAILWAY STATIONS. BUT NOT ON FURNITURE. FLOOR COVERINGS. IRONMONGERY AND GROCERIES.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORANGE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

flHAMfiM POT,TOE COURT. Before -Mi". 10. Miirriott, P.M., on Saturday, Lcslio Uailoy was chargcd with stp/iling one pair of gold spec tacles valued fit £2/10, the property of Kowlaml Arthur Dowling, on tho 20th instant. Senior ConstJiblo Byrne de posed to the arrest of accused. Itow land Arthur Dowling and the accuscd gave their version of tho affair, niter which the P.M. said he was afraid tho accused, like a good many more people 'old lies to get himself out of trouble. His storv. that ho discovered tho spec tacles some distance from the house was doubtful. Accused was fined £2. in default one month's hard labour in liathurst tjaol.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

A VALUABLE HINT .Those who get on in the world are those who never fail to take a valu able hint when it comes their way. Here is a hint which may prove of great value to you. Mr. John Littlemore, c/o. Mr. Stan den, Peisiey-street, Orange, says: — "For a long time I have been troubled with pains in my back. It was a hor rible gnawing pa'n, just over the kid neys, and no doubt arose through those organs being disordered in some way. I was tortured more or less when I did my work, and whien I stooped down I had great difficulty to get up again. I used a lot of medi cine without success, and they got Doan's Bacakache Kidney Pills, and when I took them was very glad to see that they had some satisfactory effect. They cured my aching back, and I can give them a first-class re commendation for this trouble." Ten years later, Mr. Littlemore says: "Yes, I am still well. Ten years is a long time, but time has made no difference in my cure. I am still absolutely free of every distress ing sym...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SLY GROG SELLING AT NYNGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

SLY GttOG SELLING AT NYNGAN. At tlip Nyngiin Police Court last week, R. \V. li. Helm was fined £30, costs of court 10/'-, and witnesses ex panses 0/8, for soiling a b~ottle of wine without lmving a license. Half tho fine is to go to tho Police Reward Fund.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. GEER'S CONVERSION. WHEN HE BECAME A CATHOLIC. "READ MYSELF OUT OF ANGLICANISM." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

MR. GEER'S CONVERSION. WHEN HE BECAME A CATHOLIC. "READ MYSELF OUT OF ANGLICANISM." The "Catholic Press" contains an interesting Interview with the Rev. W. H. Geer, for three years ■ assistant curate of AH Saints' Chiurch, Wool lahra, who has joined the Roman Ca tholic Church. 'For several years I have had the idea that I would eventually become a Catholic," said Mr. Geer. "I distinct ly remember being present at a Ca tholic mission in a country town of Victoria when I was a small boy. Even then I was impressed by the rever ence of the congregation, and I made up my mind there and then that I would, when I grew up, read the best works on the Catholic side. Well, I did so. I have read nearly all the works of Cardinal Newman, and of the great Catholic controversialist of to day, Monsignor Robert Hugh Ben son, as well as many of the publica tions of the Catholic Truth Society. One pamphlet that impressed me very much was Monsignor's Benson's 'City 'Set on a Hill,' and among the works t...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APPALLING DROWNINC FATALITY WELL-KNOWN ORANGE RESIDENT DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

APPALLING DROWNING FATALITY WELL-KNOWN ORANGE RESIDENT DROWNED. A canopy of gloom overspread Or ange last night when it became known that another fatality had taken place in Summer Hill Creek at the third crossing, about 100 yards above the suspension bridge, the unfortunate victim being Mr. Thomas Barnes, of Bradley and Barnes, the well-known photographers of Summer-street. From the details to hand it appears that a party was made up to journey out to Summer Hill Creek to a Gipsy tea with Mrs., and the Misses Ruscli pler, and Mr. Nicholson, of the railway department, and the day being a warm one Mr. Barnes and a son of Mr. Ruschpler, of Nicholson and Co. es sayed to have a swim. As near as can bo gathered it was about a quar ter to fivo in the evening when they were in the water, and the creek hav ing a' bend in it at this particular spot and two points each a short distance from the other, the bathers were mak ing each for separate points, and when nearing his goal Ruschipler look...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE REMUNERATION OF POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

THE REMUNERATION OP POLITICS. Do politics as a profession pay? It all depends on the man. Take, for instance, the present Ministry. When Mr. McGowen, the Premier, was elect ed he was receiving 10/ a day as a working boiler-maker. In Parliament the very least he ever drew was £300 a year, but his salary even in the Op position must have averaged £500, for he served from time to time on the Public Works Committee. . As Premier he gets about £1500 a .ye^r. Living tine simple life, and having a sensible wife, who does not hanker after so ciety and expensive millinery and frocks, he has been able to save mon ey, and could retire to-day a very well-to-do man. Mr. Griffiths, Minister for Works, was a junior school master, with a modest salary, when he was elected to the House. To-day he gets £1500 a year, and is reputed to be a man of considerable wealth. The mansion he is building will be thie envy of subur ban residents. Mr. Griffith has been a patent agent as well as a politican. Alfred...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RURAL WORKERS' UNION. ADDRESSES BY MESSRS. SWINEY AND GIBBONS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

p.TJRAL WORKERS7 UNION. AD I) RUSTICS BY MESSRS. SWINEY AND GIBBONS. On Saturday nigh(> last Messrs. Swi nev and Gibbons addressed a meeting iit tho Kobertson Park' corncr in the? iiitcrvsls of the Riira I Workers' Union. Mr. Swiney said the Rural Workers' Union had been inaugurated a little over ttivo years ago. Mr. Gibbons, the secretary, would explain, the policy of. I the union. Mr. Gibbons began by saying -that they all had read moro or less concern ing the organisation ho represented, j They had been told that the organisa tion would prove detrimental to tho agricultural industry. lie had been identified with farm life sinco he was 12 years of ago; and could refute tho gross misrepresentation of the city press, and the country press satellites. Their press opponent were making frantic efforts as if tho rural workers were not entitled to tho same benefits and advantages ns citizens who follow ed other walks of life. The capitalist Sic press was really representing tho i inte...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRINK NOT A DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

DRUfK NOT A DISEASE. Drink is not a disease. The high est scientific authorities now agree that drink craving is due to alcoholic poisoning, the removal of which ef fects a permanent cure. The Neal Treatment for drunkenness accom plishes this entirely in three days. Those concerned should write to The Neal Institute, Woodbury-street, Mar rickville, Sydney, for booklet, "The. Neal Way." It explains everything, g Messrs Bedford Taylor and Weston's list of stock for -next Thursday's sales at the Orange Corporation yards, in clude 1000 big framed wethers, for ward to fat, to be sold in lots to suit purchasers, and 100 store cattle. Mr. S. J. Terras, of the University of St. Andrew's, and recently an as sistant master at Newington College, has been appointed resident mastor at Wolaroi. Mr. . Terras comes with a splendid recommendation from the Rev. C. J. Presqotlfc, headmaster of Newinston.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

SHIRE OF CANOBOLAS. SUMMARIES FOE PUBLICATION OF STATEMENTS OF ACCOUNTS FOR YEAR ENDED 31st DECEMBER, 1911. GENERAL FUND.—Revenue Account. EXPENDITURE. £ a d General Purposes:— Rates Abandoned 3 13 0 Administrative Expenses:— (a) Ordinary Expenses, £998/17/2 998 17 2 (Total, .£1002/10/2) Public Works: — Roads, Streets, Bridges, Culverts—Repairs, construction, ... 4715 10 5 'Sundries 47 11 10 (Total, £4763/2/3.) Health Administration:— Sundries—Inspection, infectious diseases, etc 47 1 8 (Total £47/1/8.) Public Services:— Noxious Weeds—Destruction of, etc 420 13 0 (Total, £420/13/0.) Shire Property:— Office and Council Chambers, Rates 5 18 5 (Total, £5/18/5.) Miscellaneous: — Paid to Temporary Loan Fund—Trust Fund for Bank Charges etc 1 10 0 Premium, etc., Insurance 15 G 5 Overpaid Rates Refunded, and Sundry Refunds 2 9 1 (Total, £19/5/0.) Total (Revenue) Expenditure 6258 11 0 Balance being surplus for year carried to General Fund Net Free Assets Account 934 2 5 Gross Total £7192 13 ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. W. LEHMANN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

I MB. W. LEHMANn!" In our advertising columns will bo found a notification to the effect that Mr. W. Lehmann. will resumes his pianoforte tuition classes on Monday, January 29th. This will come as good news to the popular musician's pupils as well as to the Orango public, as there is 110 gainsaying tho fact that Mr. Lehmann has been missed in musi cal circles, and although wo trust he has been having a good tiino in Syd ney during his holidays, wo can ill afford to lose so capable a Maestro, if even only for a short time.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAND IN THE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

11A ,\" 1) IX TlfK PAHK. Although yesterday was for Orange a scorchcr, a great crowd wore present in Cook Park Id listen to the sweet ■strains nf the .L'remier Band. A suit able selection of sacred music was pro vided and very much appreciated by those who wore enjoying tlio cool shades of the overwhelming foliage of tlio treos and vines. The. caretaker of this boa 111itill pari, deserves heaps of credit for the splendid condition in which ho keeps it.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A RECOVERED WATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

A HKCOVJOIIKD WATCH. Another lucky recovery of a lost watch li«s come under our notice. On Friday Mr. John Lockhart, who is tin. ployed liy Mr. J. Convoy, at his wood yard, in Kite-street, lost his watch, which was, subsequently found by Mr. Convoy's hoy in the roadway of Kite street. .''Notwithstanding tho conside rable trallie in that locality the "tic ker" was not damaged.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VIENNESE OPTICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

• rn 10 aicxxkse optician. Mr. Hasser, tho eminent, Viennese optic-inu, will visit Orange on Thurs day. Jamnry '2otli, and MiUthorpo, 011 Wednesday, January 21th. At Or. ange ho mav be consulted at tho Royal Hotel froia 9 a.m. to 0 p.m., and at jAIillthorpe also between tho same hours. I lis visits offers an exceptional oppor tunity of having your eyes scientifically and skilfully tested free of charge, and suitable glasses supplied if necessary. Mr. Biisser makes 110 charge for con sultations, or for testing the sight.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEEN'S COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

QnElC.VS COLLEGE. iMiss Ku i-«t, tne principal or (queen's Collect1, has an announcement with reference !.o Lh«' resumption of studies on January liOtli noxl; and also with respect t.o physical culture for girls. Non-pupils may join the class lnontion . il, which is to bu hold in "the Oddfel lows' Hall. Jliss Sweot is at present in Tasmania. Cricket Continental Anniversary Sight. YVnde l'ark. Excellent, l'ru Lfraiiinif. Half proceeds donated to (lie IlospiV;il. Admission: Adults, 1/; Children, (id.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORANGE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

ORANGE lUFLia CLUB. Tlio following are tho handicaps in connection with tho Orange Itifle Club for the January to March quarter:— Captain S. J. Plowman scr., T. Hill scr., W. Collins scr., W. Linn scr., J. MeMurtrie scr., \V. Bursle ecr., It. Stanford scr., W. B. Edye 1, W. Nan carrow 1, T. Macs 1, W. C. Plowman 1, T. Barnes 2, S. J. Jackson.2, J. Watts 3,T. I'ascoe, junior. 3, T. Pas coo, senior, 4, A. Cowan 4. A. Baker I, A. Kablo 4, A. Albon 4, L. Medley ■1, G. llawko 1, II. Fisher 4, J. Fislior ■1, \V. Leveridge 4, S. Finloy 5, II. Leveridge 5, A. Hicks 5, P. McLen nan 5, \V. Chrystall 5, J. G. Hawke (j, 'J'. Salter 0, \V, Ford 6, J. Mayno 0, F. King 7, 11. lteed 7, P. Leahoy 7, L. Latter 7, C. Plowman 7, C. Lar anco 7, J. Challis 7, J. Martin 11, G. Gunnell 11, K. Carr 11, J. Haynes 11, I1'. Collins 11, K. Gavern 11, F. Finch II, .1. Gilmann 12, \V. Gartroll 12, P. Iiimnd 12, 10. Evans 12, H. Albon 12, 11. Larauce 12, J. Curran 13, H. Itack lille 13, .1. Lindsey 13, M McClymont...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

WEDSING BELLS. A very quiet though pretty little wedding was celebrated in Holy Trinity Church on Saturday, between George Henry ("Booker") Fewings and Miss Wright, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wright, of Lewis Ponds. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. H. W. Taylor. After leaving the church the nuptial party adjourned to the residence of the bride's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. P. Fahy of Sale-street, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of and effusive felicitations showered on the happy couple. The proceedings were of a very happy nature and to quote "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage"—   "Soft eyes looked love to eyes which spake again. "And all went merry as a marriage bell."   "The Leader" extends felicitations.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

DEATH OF MISS HOLMES. We regret to have to record the death of Miss Jane Holmes, which took place at Nurse Hart's private hospital yes- terday from an internal complaint, at the age of 47 years. Deceased had been living with her brother, Mr. R. Holmes, of Spring Terrace. The body was removed to the residence of Mr. T. Williams, Kite-street, and will be conveyed to Blayney at 8 o'clock this morning for the Presbyterian portion of the Blayney cemetery. Mr. F. Ford has charge of the mortuary ar- rangements.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MINING FATALITY. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 22 January 1912

A MIXING FATALITY. SYDNEY, 'Sunday. While James Wilson, a shift man at Mt. Kiera Colliery, was drawing props a quantity of stone fell and Wilson was killed.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CANOWINDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912

(! A XO\VI ATDl? A . T. Murray, stock and station agent, reports having sold 011 account of Mr. F. B. Osborne, his "Coolindra" pro perty of 1200 acres to Mr. \V. Jones; and 011 account of Mr. G. E. Elboum, Lis property of 280 acres to Messrs Oborn Bros., of MilMiorpe, All at satisfactory prices. A ten-year-old son of Mr. Marie Newell, of Bandon, near Forbes, suc cessfully underwent a minor operation at Grantham privato hospital, Canow indra, on Wednesday last. A branch of the Grand United Order of Oddfellows has been opened in Cauowiudra. Monday last was tfho hottest day experienced in Canowindia this sum mer. Land near Grenfell was sold the other day at prices averaging nearly £12 per acre. A meeting of the Cudal Liberal As sociation will be held in the School of Arts at that centre on Saturday next, January 20 th at 4 p.m., when, officers for the year will be elected. It is reported at Manildra that Messrs Worrall Bros, in'tend building a butchers and bakers' shop adjoining Mr. G....

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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