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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
Taken from a local Journalist's weekly notes, shows how a man and wife can live on thirty shillings per week: — s. d. "White Rose'' Fountain Drink (for husband) 17 0 "White Rose" Ice Cream (for wife) 2 6 Boot Repairs 1 6 Clothes 3 G Groceries account (pay next week)) 0 ft Rent (call again) o 0 Tobacco 2 (i Cigarettes 1 C Papers and library 2 0 £1 10 6 N.B.—I find we have spent sixpence too much this week. My wife will have to do with less Ice Cream next week. She's getting too fond of it. NOBERT REWTON. The White Rose Con fectionery Co. S U3I3IE It - S TItE E T, OKAJfGE. The Post Office is Oppoait®, We are preparing the biggest Sale Proposition ever placed before the public of the District, Our Sale Bills will rev2al a harvest of Genuine Bar gains that will stamp our Sales as the Greatest i ay Of the Season. !% 1 BP |41 p - nil The House of Good Value, mi LL f HORPE. We will make it worth your while to do business with us. > &lt;,n^tsseiauL&tes^sstiAi}rtstssssxKXK...
Sydney Markets SYDNEY WHEAT MARKET. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
Sydney Marke ts SYDNEY WHEAT MAKKET. SYDNEY, Monday. Private cables state that two cargo es of Australian wheat to load were bought in London at the close of last week at 37/G per .quarter, which is equal [it current high wheat rates, to 3/10 per bushel, but it is apparent that higher prices now offering for Australian wheat cargoes to load, than was lately offered for vessels on passage. This shows that the Lon don and continental buyers have faith In the future of the markets, and anticipate higher prices in May and Juno. This week opened wit hsales of bright milling wheat at 3/9>£, but holders quickly withdrew from the market, thinking that London may go higher.
SCALDING ACCIDENTS AT LUCKNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
SCALDING ACCIDENTS AT LUCK NOW. A severe scalding accident happen ed to a boy named Bowcn at, Luck now yesterday. The hoy, who is 12 years of age, was carrying .boiling tea to the harvesters working In the field, when by some means he spilt the contents of the vessel over him self inflicting a severe scalding. The young fellow was conveyed to Or ang'e wlxero ht> was treated,
SYDNEY FRUIT MARKET. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
SYI»T5Y FHUIT MARKET. svnNTCY. Monday. At the city fruit marlret to-day ilioico supplies of lemons, peaches, watermelons, apples, realised firm nrices, while there was a slight weakness for grapes and roclt melons. It fs iiltely that about 350,000 cases of fruit will he shipped from Vic toria during the season which com mences on February 2. Apples, local eating Carringtons, choice, 10/ to 12/; medium, 5/ to 8/; ?r-iall, 2/G to 4/ a gin case; Western line, 5/ to 6/ a bushel case; cooking, 3/ to 5/ a bushel case; best, 3/ to •1/fi a gin case; Granny Smiths, 6/ to S'/ a gin enss; American wine saps, 7/ to 12/ per American case. Apricots, local extra choice, 5/ to 5/6; choice, 3/6 to 4/; medium and small, 2/ to 3/; Molhournes, 4/ to S/6 a bushel case. Grapes, white sherry, 4/ to 5/; white, 2/ to 3/; black muscatels, 8/ to ! 0/; ambers, 5/ to 6/6 per 241b. box. Ginger, preserved, 6/ to 7/6 per 10ib. box; green, 7d per lb. Lemons, choice white, 8/ to 10/; medium, 4/ to 6/; roughi, 2/G to...
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. The bulk of the consignment of chaff forward this morning consisted chiefly of medium to good qualities, prime and choico varieties being scarce. There was a heavy yarding, and buyers competed inactively for poor qualities at weaker rates, but prime and choice were sold without trouble at late quotations. Potatoes wore dull of sale. A small consign ment of onions was on hand from Bathurst, and wag disposed of at 13s. 3d. Wheaten, chaff, choice, 5/3 to 5/9; prime, 4/10 and 4/11; good, 4/3 to 4/9. Oaten chaff, choice, 5/3 to 5/7; prime, 5/ to 5/2; good, 4/7 to 4/11. Lucerne hay, choice small bales,* t/G: prime, 4/ to 4/3; prime truss, bales, 3/3 to 3/6. Oaten hay, prime rack, 6/; medium, 1/3. Maize, prime dry yellow, 4/6. Wheat, prime chick, ; good, 3/4. Potatoes, prime, 6/ to 0/9; good, 4s Sd to SVG; medium, 3/ to 3/7. Onions, prime brown Spanish, 13s. 3d. Wheaten chaff, ex Manildra, 4/9; Kirkman, Lyndhurst, 4/7; Klrkman, Woodstock, passed at 4/5...
ORANGE PRODUCE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
ORANGE PRODUCE MARKET The following were the local whole sale quotatlona for produce yesterday Eggs 9d, Chaff, £3/15 to £4/5. Oats, 2/4 to 2/8. Potatoes, nominal. Wheat, 3/- to 3/3. Maize, 3/10 to 4/2. Cheese, 7d to 7%d. Butter, factory, 1/1$. Butter, dairy 8d.
HOMEBUSH SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
IfOMEIJUSII SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. The sheep market at J-lomebush to day opened a bit dull, but ('.ho quality wns improved, and as the sales progres sed, it becamo very buoyant. .bast day's rates on tho whole woro ..'ore than maintained, but not quotably so. A few of idle offerings stood out as extra prime and choice. Tho offering gene rally was not of a satisfactory quality. Thorn was a large number of medium and infen . • sheep noticed. Primo welhers made>to 14/-, extra to 16/6; choice and heavy to 19/1; prime owes to 13/9; extra to 16/-; bestt to 17/. Sales:— From A. TV. Stewart, Kelso, 22 crossbred ewes 12/9, 48 crossbred ewes 11/6, 76 w 12/6, 196 w 11/-; from Western agents, 171 w 12/11, 446 w 11/6 to 11/7, 163 w 10/- to 10/3, 41 w 9/-, 49 ewes 9/11, 14 ewes 8/10, 5 crossbred w 13/6, 5 crossbred ewes 11/2, 6 f.t.g.s. 11/6. Lambs :—The lamb market was un satisfactory, both as regards quality and quanity. Lambs and suckers were very scarce, resulting in only a moderate attenda...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
FUNERAL NOTICE. The Members of the Orange Rifle Club are respectfully invited to at- tend the Funeral of their late com- rade, MR. THOMAS BARNES, to move from his late residence at 10 a.m. this morning tor the Orange Ceme- tery. F. KING, Secretary. FUNERAL NOTICE. The Friends of the late Thomas Barnes are respectfully invited to at- tend his Funeral, to move from his parents' residence at 10 a.m. THIS MORNING for the Orange Cemetery. F. FORD, Undertaker.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
DEATH OF MR. P. CROMBIE. &nbsp; On Saturday last Miss M. Crombie, &nbsp; of Orange, received the sad intelligence that her brother, Mr. Peter Crombie, had expired at Sydney. No additional particulars were to hand. Deceased was 46 years of age, and leaves a wife and four children. Messrs. Michael and Patrick Crombie, of Orango, are &nbsp; brothers of the deceased; and Mrs. J. &nbsp; O'Malloy (Blayney), and Mrs. L. Leigh (Orange), are sisters. To the bereaved ones we tender sincere sympathy.
COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
COWRA. j W hat might easily have been a fatal accident happened last week, when a uttlo girl, named Ellen Jones, aged lune years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jones, of iiartlett-streec, was run over oy a bolting iior.se and\severely injured. One of her flhiglis were broken. It appears that a horse, just taken out ui a trap was being watered in the itoyal Exoiuuigo yard, and the winkers oeuig taken oil1 tno animal took fright and smarted on its mad career down -iveiidal-street. Just then Mr. Noble's i itvo littio girls and Ethel Jones were crossing the street and the horse gal loped light over idle latter and knock-1 ed one of the others down, but did not nijiire her. Un medical aid being ob ta.ned the little 0110 was taken to the' Oowrn hospital, and i«io injured limb s.-t. The child also received severe bruises and abrasions, and iier condition is causing some anxiety, Mr. Mort Collings, of the "Guar dian," who is at present in Sydney wilili Uie Cowra tennis team, lias had some excite...
OBERON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
OBERON. The funeral of the late Mr. John T. Harvey, of Sunny Point, took place on Wednesday, and was very largely attended. Many people came a consider- able distance to be present, thus testi- fying the great respect in which he was held. The remains were laid to rest in the Church of England portion of the general cemetery. The service was conducted by the Rev. W. T. Dyer. The late Mr. Harvey, who was a native of that district, was the eld- est son of the late Mr. Edmund Har- vey, of "The Retreat," Oberon. He was of a very quiet, retiring disposition, most honorable and upright in all his dealings, a good neighbour, and a kind and sympathetic friend. The deceased has left a widow and a grown-up family of three sons and two daughters to mourn their loss, and to them is ex- tended the sympathy of this communi- ty.
GULGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
GULONG. Mr. John Lynch., the genial host of the Royal Hotel, who has been con- fined to his bed for the past week or so suffering from inflammation of the bowels, is, we are pleased to say, able to get about again. He has had a very bad time, and consequently has lost a good deal of flesh. All friends will be pleased to see him restored to good health. Mr. Hill, of Reedy Creek, Gulgong, who has been confined to his bed for a couple of months, is now able to get about again. His many friends will be pleased to see the old gentleman spar- ed for many years yet. Mr. Mort Madigan arrived in Gul- gong one day last week in charge of a racehorse. All friends were pleased to see him looking so well after a severe bout of rheumatic fever, which he is just recovering from. Mort was an inmate of St. Vincent's Hospital, Syd- nev, for a week or so during his ill- ness. Constable Campbell, who, a little time back, was thrown from his horse and badly hurt, is now, we are pleas- ed to say, progress...
ACCIDENT AT THE TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
ACCIDENT AT THE TECHNICAL SCHOOL. Whilst working on a scaffolding at the Technical School yesterday, Maur ice W. Finch and a man named Mc Corry, a stranger, both of whom are painters, met with a peculiar accident. hey were engaged -cleaning the old wall in the big room prior to kalso mining, and Finch was standing up, the other man, McCrory, sitting down on his haunches, at his work, when by some unaccountable means he over balanced and fell, bringing the scaf folding with him. Finch fell in to wards the wall, but McCrory, being in a sitting posture, fell outwards, with the debris on top of him. He was &nbsp; taken in the ambulance stretcher to the hospital, where it was found that he was suffering from a broken collar bone and fractured rib. The scaffold ing was only about 7 feet from the floor, and the plank rested one end on a trestle and the other on a pair of steps, and was as secure as could be. No blame is attributable to anyone. The unfortunate young fellow was only ...
TRUNDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
TRUNDLE. The wedding took place last week of Mr. Fred Simmons, of Roseneath, Fifield, and Miss Earle, late assistant teacher at Trundle public school. The young couple are spending the honey- moon in Tasmania, and on their re- turn intend settling near Mungeribar. Very hot and dry conditions prevail. Hot northerly winds are blowing, rais ing clouds of dust, and thinirar nrn very unpleasant generally. A thunder storm would be a welcome change. Great) satisfaction is expressed that successful arrangements have been made for a tri-weokiy mail service from Bo gun Gate, which is to commence from the 1st proximo. Mr. Huflenden, (of D. J. Moloney and Co) was recently married to Miss Crew, of Trundle, and some friends on Tuesday evening last assembled and made him a presentation of silver ware. A pleasant evening was spent, songs and recitations being give by several well-known local artists, and congratu- lations were showered upon the happy pair. Mr. Hulfenden is a brother to Mrs. Huffend...
FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 23 January 1912
FORBES. At the Police Court on Thursday, bo fore Mr. J. Jamieson, P.M., James "W. Gibbons ;j;as charged on warrant with absenting himself from his employment) as a general useful at J. J. Waldron's1 Hotel. Mr. Iteymond, for defendant, pleaded cause to show. After evidence was taken a fine of £2, and G/ costs of court was imposed. Time to pay was allowed. The death is reported from Bathurst of Mrs. Agnes O'Regan, of Perthville and Sandy Creek, at the extreme old age of 102. Deceased leaves 2 sons, 30 grandchildren, and over 50 great- grandchildren. Mr. James Leslie, of "Blink Bon nie," is at present a patient in Nurse Hart's private hospital, Orange. He is much indisposed, but tho nature of his illness is not yet disclosed. i Mr. C. Gaymard arrived home in1 Forbes by the ovening train yesterday, and was met by Messrs F. M. Woods, T. P. Clark, and others, and was driven to Ins estate, "Sunnyside, ' in Mr. Clark's motor car. Mr. Gaymard ar rived in Sydney from his continental trip on S...
FORSTER AND THOMPSON'S BIG SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
I''OUSTER AND THOMPSON'S BIG SALE. | 1 ho waited for and watched for event is almost at hand. Forster and Thomp son are now in a position to say defi nitely that their groat salo starts on Thursday next. Tlio stocks and bar gains are so largo and numerous, and as everything was reduced the job of re-marking tho entire stock was no easy matner causing temporary con lusion. Stacks of goods are piled in every conceivable corner and every counter is fairly littered with bargains such as never havo beon previously seen in Orange. Oui sales havo always been boomers. The rcasoi} is obvious, ours is a real sale, and this one will eclipse all previous ones, .lust have patience for thrco days more, and you will got it for .half- (lie price at Fors ter and Thompson's great clearanco sale.
IMPORTANT SALE OF FARM PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
IMPORTANT SALE OF FARM PROPERTY. Uo wish to draw the attention of investors that tlio salo of the Wilcox Kstate takes place on Thursday, the 25th. Tho auctioneers, Messrs. Glas son, G'oulson, and AlcLachlan, draw special notice to the fact of tho liberal ity of the terms ottered. This proporty is situated in ono of tho niost valuable contres in Orange, and as aii invest ment, should prove a sure and solid proposition. Tho reason of sale is to wind up a deceased cst;ato. Buyers will noto that tho sale takes pace at the auctioneers rooms to-morrow, at 3 li.m.
DEATH OF THE HON. GEORGE LEE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
.DEATH OF THE HON. GEORGE LEE; a ews was received in town yesterday of (he death of the Hon. Geo. Lee, M.L.C., at his residence, Leeholme, Ba thurst. Jlr. Lee had been ailing for a considerable time and his end was daily expected. He was associated with every phase of the early political history of N.S. Wales, and was a big factor in the breeding of high-class horses. The decoased gentleman was also a large landholder in the Bathurst district, and held vested interests in other station property in N.S.W. The deceased was an uncle of. Mr. H. II. Lee, solicitor of Orange.
ON PAGE 4. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
ON PAGE 4. On page 4 of to-day's "Leader" will be found two annual reports which are of movo than passing interest. Ono tells of the year's municipal work done in Orange, and tho other reviews (he year's work at tho Orange. District Hospital. Both are worth reading by those who take an interest in the do ings of the town- and its public institu tion^