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GOOD RESOLUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
GOOD RESOLUTIONS. Few of ua are bo good or bo blind tv. our fallings that we occasionally rea lise the necessity for reforming. Tlie new year is almost universally chosen as the period for "turning over a new leaf," and making good resolu tions. Fortunately we are not all ad dicted to intemperance in drink or gambling.. Maybe your especial fail ing is one of omission, of neglecting to attend to matters which at first Bighi may not appear urgent. Lot each member of our community place a due regard for health above every othej consideration. The key to health lie^ tn the mouth—teeth. Weigh thai abatement well, keep your attention used on that key, and see that it la maintained in good order, clean ana bright, not as is too often the case larnished, corroded, faulty, dilapidated, neglected and worse than useless. Don't neglect your teeth—you can't afiord It. E&rly in the now year rfiake this resolution. To be honest, sob6r, trutpful, and call on the dentist who will examine you...
GENEROUS HOSPITAL HELPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
GEXEROUS HOSPITAL HELPERS. Several of tuoso present at tho an nual meeting of subscribers of the Orange District Hospital on Monday night expressed their appreciation of the' valuable help rendered the insti tution by Mr. J. Kenna, and Mrs. Kemta. Mr. Kenna and his good wife wore evor to .tho foro in tlho promo tion of special functions in aid of the hospital.
Orange District Hospital. ANNUAL MEETING. TO THE CONTRIBUTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
Orarjge Jjistrict hospital. ftNNUHL MEETING. TO THE CONTRIBUTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— Your Committee Ms pleasure in reporting another very successful year. The number of patients treated was a si.ght failing olf from lull), a fact 110 (ioul.it attributable to improved health conuuions brought about by the work of the two Municipal Council;; ana the Sanitary inspector, ft is especially gratifying to be able to call attention to the tiiphtneria and scarlet fever cases, in the former there were u treated, as against 21 in 1'JIO, and 22 in lyuy, and in the latter there were no cases, win le there were three treated in 1U1U. in tlie case of typhoid also there is a very gratifying decrease; tne figures ure, IS for 1911, as against it) for 1'JIO. The patients treated during the year comprised 2Hu males ana 1S4 females; of the males 207 were cured, 30 re lieved, 5 unrelieved, 22 died and lo remained in at the close of the year. Of the females, 142 were cured, 2;i relieved, 2 unrelieved, ...
KIRRIBILLI GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
KTRRIBILLI GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Attention is directed to an adver tisemont_ in this issue relative to the ICirribilli Grammar School, of which Mr. H. Barnard, B.A., is tho Prin cipal.. The school occupies a fine posi tion overlooking tho harbor, with opon air accommodation and baching faci lities. j
DRIVING WITHOUT LIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
DIWVING WITHOUT LIGHTS. Before Mr. L. Marriott, P.M., at the Orange police court yesterday morning,. William Werner was fined 10/, or (three days' imprisonment, for driving a cart in. Summer-street with out displaying a light. The fine should act as a caution to others offending in a like direction.
MR. W. HARRIS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
MR. W. HARRIS. The Portland "Pioneer" has fche fol lowing paragraph in its last issue:— "Mr. VV. Harris' takes direction of affairs at the local post office next week, when Mr. Percy goes for holi days. Mr. Marks (relief staff) will remain until the P.M. returns, then is to proceed oil relief duty ti ltylatone. This young official is keen and efficient whilst Mr. Harris is 0110 of the best men in the servico. Mr. Harris is well-known at Lucknow, Orange and Wellington, and his many friends at those centres will be pleased to loarn of his deserved advancement in the service.
ACCIDENT AT COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
ACCIDENT AT CCTWIIA. At midday oil Monday, whilst a team of eight horses, in charge of W. Davis, was crossing tho railway line at Basso'at's gates, near Watta mondora station, it was run into by a goods train from Cowra. Five of tho horses wero killed and the waggon damaged. Tho driver escaped.
WESTERN DISTRICT INSPECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
WESTERN DISTRICT INSPECTOR. Mr. H. C. Wilson, of South Austra lia, lias been appointed to succeed Mr. M. H. Reynolds as inspector of agricul ture in the western and central-western districts. Mr. Wilson comes with an excellent rocord of good practical work. As a youiih he won a three-years' scho larship at the Roseworthy Agricultural College, where ho did so well, especially in field work, that, upon competing his course, he was given the managership of the Murray Bridge Experiment Farm. From there he gained rapid promotion to «ho managership succes sively of the Kybolite, Loxton, Vctche'.s Well, and Turretlield Experiment Farms. During his six yoars' servic1 ho had a varied experience of irrigated and dry farming, Klio latter at Loxton. where the soil is rich but the rainfall only 13in., of farming in a district with a heavy rainfall and poor soil and finally of stud stock and seed-wheat growing at Turretfield. Mr. Wilson will take | up his duties noxt month.
THE PROBABLE WHEAT YIELD AT FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
THE PROBABLE WHEAT YIELD AT FORBES. If the approaching season is favor able, the wheat output in this district should be doubled, as in addition to the abovenamed areas whioh will be cultivated for the first time, the new settlers on the Wandary closer settle ment urea—about 10,000 acres in ex tent—will have their land ready for the plough, whilst Mr. G. N. Grieve, of Mylandra, will have 400 acres and C. 11. Grieve, of Mylandra Park, will have GOO acres under crop, the produce from which in both cases will bo truck ed at the Forbes station. This week two waggon loads of last season's wheat, containing each about 150 bags, wore delivered at Clark's Flour Mill from Messrs. Grieve Bros, properties. Each waggon was drawn by 26 bullocks four abreast. Messrs. A. K. and D. S. Shannon, whoso holdings are in the vicinity of Mylandra, are also going in to cultivatio on an extensive scale.
THE MUNICIPAL YEAR 1911. MAYOR'S ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
THE MUNICIPAL YEAR 1911. j MAYOR'S ANNUAL REPORT. At the Muncipal Council meeting last night, the Mayor's annual report was read as follows:— The closing of accounts for the finan cial year 1911, being the first year of the second triennial period under the Local Government Act, affords me with the opportunity of presenting you with a review of '.tie work and pro ceedings of .the Council during that term, in fulfilment of its duties and exercise of its powers as conferred by that Act, and also to show i}ie financial position of the several departments under the Council's administration at the close of 'Miat. year. The second Triennial Election held on 28th January, 1911, returned the following aldermen to the Council, viz., A. (). Burton, T. G. Dalton, H. J. King, PI. K. McKay, E. T. McNrillv. It. Plowman, A. F. Stanford, B. A. Tillett, and W. J. Whitford. Tin lamentable death of Alderman Dalton who had filled the office of alderman for 10 years, including 3 years as Mayor, created ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
POUND—A GENUINE DANDRUFF CURB. The world haa been looking for years for a genuine dandruff cure. There have been many on the market, but the acme of all the preparations is one called "Tressollne;" it is a great discovery, and can be used with safety. Dandruff will be a: thing of the past now, as this preparation is effective of killing the gem, and in consequence promoting the growth! of your hair. Fox Martin, chemist, in Summer-st, has had the extrenie good fortune to have the sole distributing agency for this wonderful dandruff cure.
Telegrams. THE RABBITERS' STRIKE SETTLED. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
Telegrams. THE RAE'.BITERS' STRIKE SETTLED. SYDNEY, Tuesday. The conference between the Rabbil Exporters and f>h» Trappers' Union do legates met to-lday, Mr. J. O. Watsor being in the cKiair. Messrs. H. "Lestrango, E. H. Rich aids, T. Re id j T. Drum, and A. Car ruthora represented the Union, and Messrs. O. Ou-rtis, J. Moore, 0. Mo ICinney, E. iTlood, and D. O'Brior the Exporters . .Th» conference sal all day and arrived at a satisfactory de cision, tho_ following rates being ogreec to: Rabbits 4*lb. 4Jd p#r pair, undei 41b. Id a pair. Thesa rates start from January 27, and operate until the end of March. A/ter that date, until the and of April, fid. per pair over 41bs, will be paid, and Id. for those under 41bs. At the .expiry of that period a conference is tio take, place to recon sider the prices. Seen after the conference Mr Lestrange said he felt satisfied with the result, and believed that the trappers through out the State would accept the prices. It ivas a big increase on...
THE TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF THE IMMIGRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
THE TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF THE IMMIGRANT. Jimmy O'Uara. and Jog I'orbca, re cent importations from tho "Ould Sod," struck trouble in Orange yestorday. Hie poor bhoys have only boon in tho colony five weeks .(one is a hairdresser and tho other u blind-maker) and they were imbued by the advantages that woro to be accrued by coming to Aus tralia froin the flaring adverSisomonts caused to bo printed in tho Homo papers by > tho Colonial Institute and immigration agonts in London and the provinces. Their dreams of affluence havo received a rude awakoning and according tto their story they wore much better off at homo than here. Tho two lads were hauled before Mr. Mar riott yesterday, and charged with trespassing on tho railways. They both pleaded guilty. It appears that thoy were anxious to got back to Sydney,' and not being provided with tho neces sary casli to enablo them to pay their fare, they decided to "jump the rat tler," and to that end concealed them selves in a truck. As ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
-tjTo be Cleared at 5s lid Each, Regular Price 7s TIES! TIES! TIES! TO CLEAR. 9d EACH. USUAL PRICE, 1 6 EACH ' THE MOTA. THE MOTA. THE MOTA. THE MOTA. COLORS: FRENCHGREY, 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.
A.W.U. BALLOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
A.W.U. BALLOTS. As a result of the ballots for vari ous positions of the Central Branch of the A.W.U. the following candid ates have been elected:— Chairman: Mr. W, J. Johnson. Delegates to A.W.U. annual confer ence: Ike Smith, 4166; J. Bailey, 4074; "W. H. Lambert, 3125; L. S. Maher, 3047; T. Morgan, 2474; B. H. Richards, 2411. There were 13 other candidates. Delegates to P.L.L. Conference: J. Bailey 4877; L. T. Maher, 3951; T. Morgan, 3576; J. "VV. Mclnerney, 3529; There were three other candidates. Organisers: J. Bailey, 4514; W. H. Lambert, 3329; It T. Maher, 3177;. E. .H..Richardf}, 2956: J, ThorS
ORANGE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
ORANGE PRODUCE MARKET. The following were the local whole sale quotations for produce yesterday: Chaff, £3/15 to £4/5. Oats, 2/4 to 2/8. Potatoes, nominal. Wheat, 31- to 3/3. Maize, 3/10 to 4/2. Cheese, 7d to 7%d. Butter, factory, 1/lb Butter, dairy 8d. Eggs, 9d. to Did.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
A BRISBANE LADY. TELLS HOW DR. SHELDON'S NEW DISCOVERY CURED HER CHILDREN OF CROUP. "I am writing to toll you what a splendid remedy Dr. Sheldon's Now Discovery is for croup," wrilies Mrs. Alice Llewellyn, 85 Windmill-street, Valley, Brisbane, Q. "My little boy and girl, aged five and two years res pectively, had this distressing compla int for three weeks, during which time I had a doctor attending them, but they did not seem to improve at all. I then heard of Dr. Sheldon's Now Dis covery for-Conghs and Colds, and pur chased a bottle, and I am delighted to say that it seemed to ease them at once, and in.a few days they wero entirely cured. I can confidently recommend this remedy to nil mothers who have i young children *110 are subject to .w^^li, j-ydll savte many an