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HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
ttotjy trinity church. In our yesterday's issue we were unable to make more than a brief re ference to the visit of Bishop Long, who conductcd service at Holy Trinity Church on Sunday last. Large congre gations attended, at night thosP™ sanctuary was crowded. The special obiect of His Lordship's visit was to appeal for help for the dome Mission Fund of the Diocese. The Rector, Rtn H Walker Taylor, conducted the sei vices. Bishop Long deliveixd two till ing sermons. In the morning h &lt; • j his discourse on the 11th verse of the second chapter of Matthew, and v nprrlpd for more sacrifice m suppoitinB the work of the church. At tnfi even ing service His Lordship took for hw text The Kingdom, or HeavenJsHke to a grain of- mustard Reed wh.ch «i man took, and sowed m his field, which is indeed the least of all seed hnf who 11 it is grown, H is tK si oat est among lierba and becometli a tree so that the birds of the air come and lodge in the brunches thereof. 'Spe cial music was ...
STARR-BOWKETT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
RTA1?Ti-ROWKETT SOCIETY. £200 wll be ol'fored at the society's office on the 29tli o£ January, at 9.1". j p.m. This is a chance for the lucky man to have money without interest, j Apropos, there is a movement on foot | for the formation of a Starr-Bowkelt j Society in Molong, where monied men have apathetic tendencies toward:! | building tenements, but where the people are clamoring for houses to live in.
EIGHT HOUR UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
EIGHT HOUR UNION. Wo notice by tlie Bathurst "Advo cate" yesterday morning that the exe cutive of the Melbourne Eight Hour Uiiion have donated, through Mr. C. Btiggs, a cheque Cor £2/10, to the local hospital. It is an action worthy of commendation, and we ai;e not loth to publish it. Last year a dona tion of £4/15 from the same source was made to the Orange Hospital. It is actions like these that count much in the building up of any society. Maj they continue in their success as 'in ait union; also in their magnanimity.
POSTAL DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
POSTAL DEPARTMENT. Mr Dan Trecilian, postal assistant, arrived fyom Dubba Wl».o mwl tram mi Saturday flight, and resumes dutj at the pos/office tins (Tuesday) •morn g B. Bragg, poBtmastoi^ wi Oavo an enjoyable change. Mi. Geo. Hun ter, from Sydney wiU bo in ■ charg till Mr. Brage's roturn.
METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
M1CTH0D1ST (JHURGH. ill-. Graham, lutoly from JJew Zea land, delivered an earnest discourse to a lrti'to congregation on Sunday uight at tlio Milltliorpe church, ilr. Graham lias been appointed agent for the .Now South Wales Temperance Al liance, and will work throughout tjie whole of tlw (Janoblas electorate on bolialf of the prohibition movement, which lias been so "signally successful in Now Zealand.
MILLTHORPE. CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
MILLTHORPE. CHURCH SERVICES. Motliodist Church: Waldograve 11, Spring Hill 3, Millthorp® 7.30, Kov. JUurns; Millthorpo 11, Guyong 3, ilyng 7.30, Mr. Divyor; Spring Hill, 7.30, Christian Endeavour Committoo: For est Keofs 3, Mr. A. Brooks; Spring Terraco 11, Springsido 3, Mr. Tredrea; Guyong, Wednesday 8, Lewis Ponds Friday 8, Itev. Eunis; Waldegravo, Wednesday 8, Huntloy, Friday 8, Mr, Dwyer. TT , Baptist Church: 3, Rev. H. Hal marick. Salvation Army: 11, 3 and 7.30, Licufc. Morton.
ORANGE HOSPITAL. ANNUAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
ORANGE HOSPITAL. ANNUAL. MEETlNGj OF SUB SCRIBERS. • The annual meeting of subseribers to the Orange District Hospital was hold at the Town Hall on Monday night. There attended ilia Worship the Mayor (Aid. H. K. iMcKay), and Messrs. F. J. Mulhoiland, 0. A. Tlnwaite, J. Hertslettj F. W. Bel bridge, J. McCarthy, Wj Grassick, T. Merrick, L. A. Lane, W, J. Whitford, K. Beaton, S. Lamrock| —. Garwell, and the secretary, Mr. V. H. Millard. Apologies were received from Mes srs. J. Kenna and M. Casey. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed, and the animal report and balance-sheet sub mitted and adopted. The Chairman, in formally moving the adoption of the report and bal ance-sheet, said the position was very satisfactory. They wero thankful to the organisers of the annual dances, the commercial' travellers, and all who had assisted in the promotion of spscial efforts on behalf of the hos pital. During the year the Institu tion had sustained the loss of two capable, ene...
CORONIAL ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
CORONIAL ENQUIRY. An inquiry touching tlio death of I. omits Ban cs, "'as held at the Co i ' Itcnsc j&lt;steidny, before Mr. 15. Hf.i' ijott, P.M., when tho following t-vi 1 f.'.n wis adduced.— Constable Moylan conducted tlio in quiry. 'J'hos. Honry Nicholson, sworn, de posed: I inn a clerk in the District liaihvay Superintendent's orticc at Or ange; I had known the deceased Tho mas Barnes for 5 years; 1 with the deceased and others went' to Summer liill Greek, leaving Orango at 3.10 p.m., and arriving at the third cross ing' at 5.25 p.m.; we first partook of a water-melon; the deceased having only half a slice; thou we proceeded to the suspension bridge half a mile from the third crossing; we decided to go in swimming; Mr. A. Ruschpler, junior, the deceased, and myself wont swim ming; I went in first and walked in the water till i* reached to my neck; I went to tlio middle of the hole, and tried to touch the bottom, but could not; afterwards I tried again and was successful...
THE DROWNING FATALITY AT SUMMER HILL CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
j THE DROWNING FATALITY AT SUMMER HILL CREEE All Sunday night dragging opera tions were continued in tho endeavour to find the body of Mr. T. Barnes, who was drowned oil Sunday evening, in the above creek, and it was noti un til two minutes past nine o'clock yes terday morning, that Mr. George Mer chant, with a long polo having hooks uttached, located tho unfortunate man close by the rock where he was last seen. A number of citizens and country people stayed at tho scene of the fa tality all night, and are loud in tiieir Bruises of tho kindly actions of Miss Norwood and lira. J. A. Porter, who wore untiring in their goodness in the manner with which they provided the ivatchers and searchers alike with re freshments. Noblo women like these, have ably earned the poet's tribute of praise when ho says "A perfect Woman, nobly planned, to warn to comfort and command." The polic-' in the persons of First-class Constable Boon and Constable Moyhn, did her culean work in the dragging opera ti...
SCALDED IN A BATH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
SCALDED IN A BATH. Another case was brought into town yesterday, when a child named Newman, four years of age, had a nar row escape of bp'ng sealded to death. From what can bo gathered he was preparing a bath for a younger mem ber of the family when he accldeital ly slipped in. The youngster was severely scalded about the limbs and suffered Intense paia.
SHEEP STRAYED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
SHEEP STRAYED. In our advertising columns will be found an advertisement from Messrs. Glasson. Coulson, and MoLachlaa who nre offering a reward for the recovery of a number of sheop that) have strayed from the Sale Yards. Information as their. wharoalwuts jvill b» gladly re ceived by the above firm.
A HEAT WAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
A HEAT "WAVE. Sunday and Monday were thie two hottest days experienced in Orange for years, the thermometer running up to-94 in the shade. At Molong it was 106, while at Bathurst people dispensed with fires by merely putting their food out in the sun lor a few minutes.
SPORTING. A.J.C. RACES. SYDNEY, Monday. Flying Handicap [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
SPORTING. A.J.C. RACES. SYDNEY, Monday. Flying Handicap Blairgour 9.(3, Sylvander 9.0. Malt chestor 8.10, Gigandra 8.10, Grist 8.10, Precious 8.8, Tarpet 8.4, Molotloi 8.4, Wild West 8.4, Alibi 7.13, Sunburnt 7.13, Pride of Murillo 7.13: Bective 7.11, Osmo 7.4, Barley Water 7.2, Sweet Adeline 7.2, Unlimited Loo 6.12, Hose Foote G.10, Jliocone 6.9, Boy Scout C.7, Marnghai 6.7, Quaker Girl G.7.
Telegrams. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
Telegrams. MELBOURNE. Monday. j At the Premiers' Conference to-day Mr. McGowen moved,—"That this con ference is unable to agree to the pro posal put before it by the Prime Min ister, but makes the following offer in lieu thereof:—(1) .In consideration of the Commonwealth Bank refraining from the Savings Bank business, the States agree to supply, on loan to the Commonwealth) Bank, on terms to be arranged, a monthly amount equal to 25 per cent, on the increaso iu excess of deposits over withdrawals from the State Savings Bank; (2) that such ar rangement commences on January 1, 1913, and continue for five years." Mr. Solomon seconded the motion, wliicli was carried. SYDNEY, Monday. The charred remains of Mrs. Ball weer found In the bush at Biugara to-day. Tho deceased and her hus band were not long out from England. They obtained employment at the ho tel at Bingara. About Ave weeks ago they disappeared, and nothing was heard of them until the woman's body was recovered. Everything poin...
BATHURST RACES. BATHURST, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
TtATHTTRST liAP/TCS BATHURST. Monday. J ho following weights havo been declared for Sho principal events in connection with the Bathurst Turf to take lay next:— ;s. Malt Rose 9 10 Orsile 0 8 Play well . 8 4 Lady Meg 7 12 Sootch Queen 7 11 Veronite 7 9 Vauntie 7 9 M.IC 7 8 Bahloo 7 8 Savauax 7 3 Pa rata . .. 7 3 La Patrie 7 2 Brewage 6 9 Ercbin 6 7 BATHURST CUP. Orsile 9 10 The Acolyto ........ 9 8 Fortius 8 3 Corra Lynn 8 0 Locomotion 7 12 Bran Jan 7 12 Landlord 7 7 Salladay 7 5 May Dance ,6 1,0 IV'
MUDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
MUPGEE. Air. \Y. I'. Alitcholi, of tho firm of Biundon and Aiitenoii, auctioneers, Oii;., is, we regret to loam, sultering lioni ;i sc-vci'o attack of sciatica. We hope soon ao see tlio patient out and about again. A rather sorious caso of ptomaine 1 piii.soiling occurred down llylstono way lust weeic, tho victim being iUrs. ill. ivoech. i)r. Nickoll was Hurriedly sum moned, aud wo arc pleased to learn (hat tho patient is now 'progressing 1'iivorabJy. Uvor-ripo apricots aro re ported to have been tho causo of the trouble. Alaster P. Dykes, sou of our ontor prising stationer and bookseller, will leave Mudgee on Saturday l'or Sydney, from which place ho will ombark on the j\Toara on a holiday trip to Nou moa, Now Caledonia, lie sincerely liope iio will be able to lioid Ins own against iliu rippling waves. Mr. Ji. Swords, of Moolarbeu, lias; found a better and chcaper mothod' than ringbarking for killing trees, and he confidently recommends it to other ■seUlera. With lilio axe lio runs...
ROSEHILL RACES. WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY. SYDNEY, Monday. January Stakes. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
IIOSEHILL RACES. WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY. SYDNEY, Monday. January Stakes. Sylvander 9,5, MaltcheaU;i' 9.0, Gig ,india 9.0, Winsomo 8.9, Malt Rose 8.7, Alibi 8.1, Milfoil 8.0, Julianadar 7.12, Sunburnt 7.12, Qsmo 7.12, Sweet Ado Sunburnt 7.12, Osmo 7.G, Sweet Adc 6.10, Miocene 6.10. Warrilla 6.10, Mol dant 6.9. Rose Hill Handicap. Flaxen 9.7, Lady Ruenalf 8.8, Lady Wilde 8.4, Grist 8.3, Flava 8.1, Drift 8.1, King Bee 7.13, Chast 7.12, Coral lin'a 7.6, ICyloe 7.1, Tristram G.12, Sal laday 6.12, Caslnnoro 6.10, Osterley 6.S, Crofton 6.7, Barlow 6.7, O.D.V. 6.7, Euenella 6.7, Idyia 6.7, Seaham 6.7.
FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW OFF TO CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
FEOM EVEEY POINT OF VIEW OFF TO CONFERENCE. By Dick Macdonaltl, Under tlio above heading of Satur day's issue of tlio "Advocate" appeared a paragraph which is entirely mislead ing in various respects inasmuch as it is stated therein ihat Mr. Lestraugo will journey to Sydney on Monday to attend the 1\L. League annual con ference as tho representative of the Orange branch of itho Political Labor League. Li is also stated in the samo para graph that Mr. ike Smith aud Mr. Richards will leavo Orango on Mon day to attend the A. W. Union con ference as representatives of the Cen tral branch. Now, tJiat would lead members of tho Union and the public generally to be lieve that only two delegates would leave Orange to aliend tho A.W. U. conference, which would bo a wrong one, for as a matter of fact, four mem bers will leave Orange to represent the Central branch at the A.W.U. confer ence, via.. Mr. Lambert, Mr. Morgan, Mr. Smith, and, I believe, Mr. ilioh ards, besides alio following two fro...