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GILGANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912

GILGANDllA. As evidencing the quality of the land in tiie Leitche's Creek district, Mr. J. J. O'Brien, Innisi'ail, has a second growth of wheat, which is al ready from 18 to 2d inches high. Mr. O'Brien has some thousands of sheep feeding on it. The record load of wheat for this season arrived in Gilgandra on Wed nesday, for J. J. Donnelly and Co. It was drawn by Peter Nelson, from Mr. R. Moad's Bearbong, and weighed 16 tons. Smith Bros, report having complet ed in conjunction with Mr. I. Mc Niven, Tooraweenah, the sale of Mr. J. Leo's Telegraph Hotel, Coonab.ira bran, to Mr. T. Bonnington, who takes possession on February 1. Messrs Menzil and McCarthy report having completed tho sale of 260 acres near Gilgandra on behalf of tho exors. of tho lato Mrs. E. Hall. Tho purchase.'. was Mr. W. J. Tynan, of Sliepparton, VivHoria, who intends going in for in tense cultivation. Some of the tmber for the Marthaguy bridge is already on the ground. The piles and girders are very fine iron bark, ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. (From our Exchanges.) SUNNY CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912

NEWS PROM EVERYWHERE (From tur Exchanges.) STTNTXY nOT?!CF,R_ Mr. James Thomas, of Sunny Corner, lias received the sad news that liis sou Garnet died in New Zealand from pneumonia. The young man, who was only about 26 years of age, had been slightly indisposed, but no serious re sults were anticipated, and the news of his death came as a severe shock to his relatives, for whom much sym pathy is felt in their great bereave ment. A iiieetius was held last night to di vine me:uis of raising funds to reiifcw the feiic1 round the cemetery, which has been in a. had state of repair for some time. It is estimated that £50 will be required, and it was decided to invite public subscriptions towards, the fund, and also to write to tin people who have friends and relatives buried in the cemetery, and ask them so conii'ibute something according to their means. Mr. Clias. Murray is act ing treasurer. Father Heath, late of that circuit, lias been made the recipient of a purse of sovereigns by the ...

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

MUNICIPAL BATHS. i\<nv tliati once more. the people arc clamouring for baths for Orange, it is only right to draw tlio attention of the Municipal Council to tlio diro neces sity for the erection of a suitable bath ing place. This scheme has boon through the mill of agitation now for some years, and has been turned down by nil apathetic section, who evidently ai-o too mindful of the bnwbees or else in fear and trepidation that they should bo called on to pay for their luxury in having a swim, during the hot weather at', all events. If the Council would only get their thinking apparatus "to work and see what a big asset they are loosing we are sure they would liavo no hesitation in going oil with the scheme. Already there is in existence plans and specifications of; a splondid baths, both from an architectural point of beauty ns well as a general utility one. Tiio cost iif the whole conoorn lias bcien computed to bo in the vici nity of £1000, and this money wo know can ho p...

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

AT,LEGE!) LARCENY. At. Hio Orange Police Court on Tuesday. before Mr.-E. Marriott., P.M . .Tamos Thompson was charged with stealing a pair of hoots, tho property of TJalton Bros, Sergeant Coyno, sworn. deposed: Thin accused was given Into my charge; by R J. Carroll, tho manager of tho Ivot department. at Dnltfin BroUicrr,; the accused was under the influence of drink; I took Iiim to tho lockup and charged him; hi reply to the clwrge tho accused said "They ar<> hoth left ones." E. J. Carroll, manager of Dalton Brothers boot department, deposed; On Saturday morning somewhere about mid-day the accused took the pair of boots (produced): I value the boots at, 12/6; T gave him no authority to take the boots; if defendant had got awnv rith the boots, which are odd ones, two pairs would have been spoiled; when I recovered the boots the accused asked me to say nothing about, it; umortunatcly there are too many losses by stealing. The accused pleaded guilty, an! •said he was und...

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

WANTED, FOR EBROV/ANBANG STATION,' near Carcoar, a suitable Woman Cook, three in family, no bread baking ov washing. Wages £1 per week or more to competent person. Apply immediately. P. R. C. HOPKINS, Carcoar. PHYSICAL CULTURE FOR GIRLS. Non—Pupils may join the Queen's ■ College Class, lield in the Oddfellows' Hall. Apply to MISS SWEET. TRY Robert Ogston's German Coffee Cake, Sd per lb.; Coffee Squares, Gd. each, and Coffee Rings, 3d ea, every Saturday. Anson-street Bak ery, 'Phoae 112. FOR SALE, 6 Cottages, returning 12 per cent., good tenants, 4 very good order. Price, £ 1030. Nancarrow and Son. WANTED, at once, Competent Clerk for our office, must have had similar experience. Apply Forster and Thompson. Spend Anniversary Nialit at llie Continental on Watlc Park... Yon vill enjoy yourself and assist the Hos pital. It. WHEATLEY ANI) CO. can assist you in buying a home. Further particulars on application. T. HAMEfi, East Orange Butchery, slaughters nothing but the primest fat stock....

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

ORANGE POLICE COURT. ALLEGED STEALING. At the Orange Police Court on Mon day, before Mr. E. Marriott, P.M., Chas. Ed, Priest was charged with stealing 0110 gold trinket, at Mullion Creek, the value of which, was 15/. Mr.t J. C. McLachlau appeared tor the accused. '' Constable Moylap gave evidence of the arrest of the accused; and Mrs. Collins respecting her loss of the trinket in question. E. Groundwater, Jeweller, said: On November 23rd last Mrs. Collins left a watch and trinket at his business place for repairs; on December 6th he registered the packet, and sent it to Mullion Creek; the parcel contained a watch, trinket, and block chain; the ordinary value of the trinket was about 15/; some time later Mrs. Col lins complained that the watchi had not arrived, but later still she noti fied him that she had rece'vert the watch, but not the trinket, which was made in England; the articles were carefully packed. Joseph Holman, deposed: It is my duty to open the mail bags at Mullion Cre...

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

vn nFl<" TO MB- BALES. Mr G M. Bales, who a year ago tlie rocepicut of a handsome c'Sf11 $i 1,1'°" "Sib"' V potato I tho taores had closod. The President' of tho Club, Mr. A. 0. Itoscsell, in a [neat speech, noted how sorry iie vvv.s that Mr. Bales waa leaving tho district. He spoke of his sterling business qua lities and also stated - tnat it was al ways a pleasure to meet Air. Bales, eitlier socially or in business, ho \*as al ways ready and willing to help in any causa that had for its object ihe good of the people und district, and in tact ho waa a oitizen that would bo greatly missed.- He concluded uy winning Mr. and Mrs. Bales and family every hap piness and prospority in tuo future. Mr. HawKen. manager of th« City Bank, und vice-President, in a few well ehossn words said that Air. Bales ou a first acquaintance, perhaps, did not favorably impress one, but. to know him was to appreciate and ad mire hiin for his absolute straightness, business ability, and kindly disp...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VEHICLES WITHOUT LIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912

VEHICLES WITHOUT LIGHTS. Notwithstanding the terrible catas trophe of one month back residents of Orange and surrouding district per- | sist in driving sulkies, buggies, etc., without lights to the imminent, dang er of life or limb. On Sunday even ing, we are credibly informed, that, fully one dozen vehicles went along the Spring Hill road without the slightest signal of light, to the annoy- i mice, ineonve'en'ce and danger of pedestrians, and the probable death | or accident to unoffenders. We are j > surprised our police regulations are sp lax in their enforcement.

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

ORANGE RIFLE CLUB. The following is tlie result o£ the first quarterly and 7tlu annual compe tition shoot for Saturday members of the Orange Rlllo Club, 15 shots at 300 yards:— J. McMurtrle ... G9 0 60 W. B. Edye ... 67 1 68 G. F. King ... 61 7 68 H. Reed ... CO 7 67 T. Hill .. 68 0 06 G. Hawlcc ... 62 i 66 W. Levoridge .. 62 4 66 W. E, Linn .. 65 0 65 Jas. A. Watts .. 62 'i 65 \V. Naucarrow .. C2 1 63 Jas. Challis 56 7 73 T. Pascoe, senr ... .. 57 4 61 T. Pascoe, Junr. ... .. 56 3 55 VV. L. Chrystall ... .. 54 5 5U 4 56 J, Mayuo .. 48 6 54 L, H. Medley .. 49 4 53

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

ACCIDENT AT THT3 RAILWAY STATION. While alighting from the train last night at the Orange station, an elder ly man, named John Thompson. 7S years of age, fell and broke Ivs leg. The unfortnnate man was conveyed fo tho hospital whore he was attended to.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"HIS FAITHFUL DOG SHALL BEAR HIM COMPANY." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912

"HIS FAITHFUL DOG SHAM, BEAR HIM COMPANY." | Tt was Indeed pit'ful to sen the way the poor old Cnllie dot; of the late Mr. T. Barnes lamented the death of his master. On Sunday night, as if know ing that his master was no more, the dog, who was , almost inseparable from Mr. Barnes, and accompan'ed him everywhere, would keep goine out into the street, and looking up and down, whine pitifully. It was al most. as if the animal was gifted with a telepathetie sense, and tlie people wlin wore in the house could not help remarking on the real-attachment of (lop mid master. The faithful beast cried almost akin to n human being mid engaged the sympathy of all. "One touch of nature makes the whole world alt'n" could be applied without any long stretch of imagination in the case referred to.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912

I REMOVAL J™^_S A L E ! How Would You Like to be in OUR SHOES? IISIilKlimilllllltllllBIJIIIillllllllllllHIIllllS.' N«shitt's* Shoes Donate The Immense Business being done by us necessitates our se curing Larger and More Extensive and Up-to-date Premises. Therefore we offer you the Benefits of our GREAT REMOV AL SALE. AH Lines to be removed Regardless of Cost, and when we say tlvs we mean it. Come along at once, and secure your footwear. "Procrastina tion is the Thief of Time." ' : C. J ..NESB1TT,::'[; The Leading Shoemaff SUNNEB-ST., ORANGE. 1 tch this Space FOR Bradley and Atkins GREAT M.IDSEASON Sale Announcement Greatest Event of the Season! Klley and Atkins, Premier Stores, MtLTHORPE. WALMEE'S FOR BEAUTIFYING AND RENOVATING FURNITURE AT SMALL GOST Quickly and Easily Applied. Dries in a few minutes, Stains and Varnishos at tho same time. FROM ALL STOREKEEPERS. Wolarol Grammar School ' . Orange. Thorough Preparation for Entrance to the Universities. Public Service, &c. \u....

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THE AUSTRAL MINE AT FOREST REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912

THE AUSTRAL MINE FOREST REEFS. Tlie above gold mine is at present, undergoing pumping operations, and :i clean up generally, withi a view to the early inspection by one of the wealthi est gold mining companies in th" west. Messrs Harrison and Johnstone, the owners of the mine, are in negotia tion with the Co., and the probabili ties are that a purchase will be ef fected. This mine is well known as a solid gold producer of the old days, hut 't has been closed down for years, and taking as a criterion as to what is in it, the treatment of the slimes and tailings have been productive of a considerable output of tho yellow metal. The purchasers should not. have tho slightest compunction as to buying, as tho output in tho past pro ves that the mine is a good business proposition.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALLEGED ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912

ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. The woman, Mary Warby (-15), who, 011 flic previous night, was admitted tkj tho liatlmrst District Hospital suffer ing from the efiecls of lysol poisoning, appeared before Mr. A. 0. iiu'dler, re lieving P.M., at tho Batliurst police court on Friday, chargcd with attempt ing to commit suicide. Mrs. Warby had to bo assisted into court and appeared to bo suffering to a great extent as a result of her alleged rash act. Sergeant Sheelicy applied for a re mand till Wednesday next, in order tSiat defendant could bo medically at tended to in tho gaol hospital. Tho P.M.: Is there no one who can look after her Sergeant Sheeliey: No, your Worship. Mrs. \Yarl7y (pleadingly) :My daueh tor will look after mo. Oh, don't send me uy there. I don't wiurit to go. I will look after mysoJf. 1 never mount to do it. I have been taking chlorodyuo for a long time. The P.M., in granting a remand till Wednesday next, said t.iati, if necessary lie would go up to the gaol on that day and gian...

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

FIRE AT HOCKLEY. Mr, J. C. Golsby had the misfortune to have a sired containing consider able riuant'ty of rye, hay, ami straw, also some skins, bags of potatoes, etc., destroyed by lire a few days ago. The loss is estimated at over £20, and unfortunately tnere was no in surance on the shed or contents. The fire is supposed to have originated by a spark being blown from the remains of a fire some little distance away.

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

GIRL SUFFERED WITH CROUP. "I have found Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery will cure croup wherl a dozen other medicines have proved failures," writes Mrs. L. Hardy, Railway-street, Cook'3 Hill, Newf castle, N.S.W, Before I used, it my little girl suffered with croup for throe months. I often thought she was go ins to choke. She was worst atnight. I (lid not know what to give her and was in despair 'when a friend recom mended Dr. Sheldon's New Discov ery. I tried it, and she was com pletely cured in a short time." Price 1/0 and 3/. Obtainable from A. Stan ford, Plowman, A. Farr, J. Holmes, and B. j. Wallace. isiiraiiiiuisiiiiiiiiiiiigsiaBiiiiiasaiiiiiaiiiiiiiB THE PREMIER § UJDISESSEB AND TOBAC- § - CON 1ST, | I SUMMER-ST., ORANGE. | | J. MA OKIE, Proprietor. | S ALL Razors Thoroughly Steri- s 3 lised before using. Three « S hands at work, no waiting. S S Hair Brushed by Machinery. S 53 Open till 10 p.m. every Satur- & 5j day. Opp. Dalton Brothers. 5 WADBELL BROB.' Wool-Scouring Wo...

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PICNIC AT SHADFORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912

PICNIC AT SHADFORTH. A gala day is on the tapis at Shad fortli oil the 20tli, Anniversary Day. During the (lay all the countryside will ho regaled to a picnic. (Oh those picnics, shades of our youthful (lays) and at night the day'a outing will be followed up by a tea meeting and con cert in the Sliadforth Hall. A num ber of our Orange artists are to take part in the concert, and we presume the tea also, and altogether the day and night, is to be made as enjoyable as it Is possible to make it.

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

9&9999999999999999999®9®99© 9 © 9 © 9 @ © 0 9 © f 9 © 9 <§ 9 © © © © © © © g 9 9 0 9 9 ® • i 9 MOW THIS IS SOMETHING THAT WILL 1> TEH EST KVEHY MAN OX THE LAM). MEADOWBANK PLOUGHS «;q And, in fact, all Meadov.'b.ink Farming Machinery, means the savin;; of much money to the farmer who uses it. This is because it is all built of the Best Steel and Iron, and assembled on scientific principles, whereby its working life is i>rolonged to the very utmost. It also requires loss power to work it than most other makes, and the user thereby enjoys the benefits of a double saving. Call and let mo show you the many advantages of Meadowbank Ploughs and Farming Machinery. B. J. WALLACE The Anson-street Stores, WHEltE GROCERIES A ISM CHEAPEST. JU).S. SURGEON DENTIST. 105 COWPBR-ST., WAVBKUSY. flold CrorcxT Fillings and Bridge Work A Speciality. Teoth Extracted Painlessly, by Latest American Methods. Guaranteed Artificial Teeth on Gold or Vulcanite. Perfect Fit Guaranteed Pe...

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

SPRINGIIILL SPORTS. Springhill people are out with a fiood programme of sports for the 7th of February. The affair Is to be eon dueled under the auspices of the Par ents and Citizens' Association, in aid cf the School of Arts piano fund. The prizes are good, and more numerous than we have soon in sports meetings with 20 events, in fact they would put many a larger town to shame, and we predict a financial and social success for the Spring Ililtites. See the ad vertisement, and remember the 7th of February.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Daily Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1912. Local and General. INSPECTOR BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912

AND STOOK AND STATION NEWS. .TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1912. Local and General. INSPECTOR BANKS. The above gentleman and his wife and son arrived in Orange yesterday on a visit to his daughter, ftrlie, who at present is suffering with appendi citis, while spending her holidays, heie. Mr. Banks, who is now in charge or the Newcastle district, is renewing.old acauaintanees, and incidentally making new ones during his trip to the scene of his former labors In the police. Both) Mr. and Mrs'. Banks look remark ably well.

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