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Sporting. BATHURST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
BATHURST RACES. Owing to tho woiglflfc published- yes terday not being complete, we aro re inserting them this morning:— KILRUSH STAKES. Malt Roso 9 10 Orsil© .. 9 8 Playwell Lady Meg 8 4 7 12 Scotch Queen 7 11 Veronito f 11 Vauntie 7 &lt;J M.K 7 8 Bahloo 7 8 Savanax . .. 7 3 Parata 7 3 Amilcorn .. ' 7 3 La PatU'ie 7 2 Browago &lt;3 9 Erebin 6 7 BATHURST CUP. Orsilo .. .. .... 9 10 The Acolyte 9 8 Fortius 8 9 Corallina .. '(? 0 Locomotion 7 12 Bran Jan 7 12 Landlord ........ 7 7 Salladay .. .. .. .. 7 5 May Dance .. .. .. 6 10 6 10 Queen Helen .. &lt;5 7 Tho general entries for tho Anniver sary races at Bathurst close to-night (Wednesday), with tho secretary, Mr. It. M.- Lindsay.
ORANGE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. (Before the P.M.) YOUTHFUL PORTER IN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
ORANGE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. (Before the P.M.) YOUTHFUL PORTER IN TROUBLE. Charles Ed. Priest, on remand, was charged with stealing one (.'old trin ket at Mullion Creek, the property or Mrs. Collins, of the value of 15/. Mr. J. C. McLnchlan appeared for tire accused. Keith Augustine Collins, sworn, de posed: I received a parcel from the accused, which was addressed to my mother; I did not sign for it; I took it to my mother; I did not open or interfere with thie parcel in any way; I did not know what was in the par cel. By Mr. McLachlan: There was no appearance of the parcel having been opened; I would go over the crossing going, home. By the P.M.; The parcel was small; I did. not notice how it was tied. By Mr. McLaehhin: I don't sign for unregistered parcels.' Mr. 'Sniitlu, the Mullian Creek station master, recalled: A person receiving a registered packet should give a re ceipt. . By Mr. McLnchlan: A receipt Is generally taken for railway parcels; no receipts are taken for unregis...
TECHNICAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
TECHNICAL EDUCATION. In connection with tlie Technical Education Branch of the Department o£ Public Instruction, we append the results of the examinations so far as they concern our own and contiguous districts. Orange. Freehand drawing.—First year: First grade—Dulcie V. Bttrsle. Second grade—Vera A. Haggett, Lucy R. Lo vett, Jessie H. Hollands. Model Drawing.— First year: Se cond grade—Vera A. Hagget, Jessie K. Hollands, Dulcfe V. Buralfl. aiolong; Freehand Drawing.—First year: Second grade—Reginald Carloar, Flor ence Goldspink, Rita Carmody. Third year: Second grade—Eileen Finch. Model Drawing. —First year: Sec ond grade: Carmody. Still Life Painting. —First year: Second grade—Alfreda Carmody. Bnthurst Technical College. Agriculture (Elementary).—Honors —Frederick H. Harvey, Alfred Win es. First grade: Montague W. Walk om, Leo D. Clout, Augustus M. Jen tach. Agriculture (Advanced).—Honors: Montague W. Walkom, George H. Johnston. First grade—Arthur F. Munday. Second grade—Leo D. Cl...
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. At tho auction sales to-day cliaii was lirm, and maize not so strong. There was a big slump in potato values. Tho supply mi hand was fairly heavy, and .sellers oxporionced ..considerable dilli I'uity in disposing of their consign ments. The prices obtained showed a reduction of £1 per ton on yesterday's quotations. Oaten hay was not so much'in demand, and prices reduced to 3/4. Wheateti chaH': Choico 5/4 to 5/7, prime 5/- to 5/3, good 4/0 to 4/11, medium 3/3 to 3/10. Oaten chaff: Choice 5/3, good 4/4. Lucerne hay: Choico small bales 4/7, prime 3/11 to 4/3, good 3/3 to 3/0, medium 2/11 to 3/-, good largo bales 3/- to 3/4. Lucerno chaif: Good 5/- to 0/3, me dium 4/-. Wheat: Prime chick 3/0 to .V7. Oaten liay: Prime 5/0 to 5/10, me dium 4/- to 41 J. JVheaten straw: 3/-. Potatoes; Prime 5/- to 6/-, good 1/1 to 4/10, medium 3/1 to 3/10, in ferior 1/6. Onions: Prime brown Spanish 13/-. Wheaten chaff from Cruickshank, Kelso, choico, 5/7; medium 3/3 an...
SYDNEY WHEAT MARKET. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
SYDNEY WHEAT MARKET. SYDNEY, Tuosday. The Sydnoy wheat market opened with sales of bright, unblemished mill ing wheat at equal to 3/94 P.°r bushel. Very soon the sellers at this figure withdrew from the market. A few holdors were willing at noon to accept 3.10. Private cables statics that the Loidon and Liverpool wheat markets aro very firm, practically owing to the continuous bad weather in the Argen tine wheat area. " Melbourne advises that tho buyers aro paying 3/10} por busliol for forward wheat. " It is very hard to obtain wheat .in Sydney for ',4>e growers have sold their yields, hav ing done so to meet their usual obliga tions, such as land bills and harvesting bills. Sales out of tho growers' hands of wheat liavo been completed, and none is held back on storage.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
DEATH OF MARY JANE PHILLIPS. &nbsp; DOCTOR'S CERTIFICATE REFUSED A CORONIAL INQUIRY. A woman named Mary Jane Phil- lips, aged 52 years, expired yesterday morning in Lord's Place, Orange. She had only been in Orange for six weeks, having come from Condobolin. As she had not been under the care of a duly qualified medical man in Orange no certificate as to the cause of death could be given, and so a coronial inquiry was held before Mr. E. Marriott, P.M., later in the even- ing. A husband and ten children are bereft of wife and mother. The fol- lowing evidence was adduced at the inquiry:— Lena Casey, masseuse, residing in March-street, Orange, deposed: I know the subject of this inquiry, and I have known her since two or three weeks before Christmas; I went to see her at her residence at her re- quest; I treated her for dropsy and liver complaint; I last saw her about 9 o'clock; she was then exhausted; I eased her by massage treatment ; I rubbed her round the heart; I gave her ...
THE LATE THOS. BARNES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
THE LATE THOS. BARNES. All that was mortal of the late Thos. Barnes was interred in the Church of England section of the Orange ceme- tery yesterday morning. The funeral cortege was a long one, and a touch- ing tribute of respect and sympathy. Mr. F. Ford carried out the mortuary arrangements in his characteristically sympathetic manner. The funeral procession was headed hy members of the Orange Rifle Club on foot. Then came a large number of the Ancient Order of Foresters, of which the de- ceased was an honored and beloved member. The Oddfellows' Lodge was also represented. At the graveside the Rev. Walker Taylor conducted an im- pressive service; and many were un- able to hide the deep emotion felt at the closing scene of the life of one who was (humanly speaking) called hence many, many years too soon. In the town there were many evidences of mourning for the decease of him who was universally esteemed as one of nature's gentlemen. At Messrs Bradley and Barnes' photographic stu- ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1912
WASTED, an Intelligent Boy. Apply Brennan's Pharmacy. BICYCLE ROAD RACE, Millthorpe to Basham's Hill and back on Wed nesday, January 31. First prize, Speedwell Gold Medal. Entries 2/ each, positively close on SATUR DAY, 27th instant, with W. LONG, Speedwell Depot, Millthorpe. PHONOGRAPHS, 8/6 to 25/; Loud I Talking Machines. Call and hear them. Next Henkes, baker, Piesley Street. McLEAN AND CO. are Auctioneers and General Commission Agents. They will conduct sales at your home or at their mart, Lord's PJaco. LAMA 110 Brothws, tne reliable fruit ers, thank everyone for generous patronage. They are now selling choicest fruit and delicious summer drinks in temporary premises, next Bursle's studio. FOR Motor Sundries, Tyres, Oils, etc., at. lowest prices, or for the hire of a luxurious slx-seater motor car, go to H. Leveridge's Acme Engineering and Motor works, Lord's Plice. Tele phone 169. PIIOMFTNESS is necessary if you •would share in the magnificent of fer being offered by the I.X.L...
GULAR RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912
GULAll RACKS. Tlio following handicaps have neon declared for tlio Gular Kaces, to bo held on Friday, January 26. Opening Handicap.—Alo 9.12, Waun tic 0.7, Lucky Moon 8.9, Clymond 8.5 Lawn Moss 8.2. Pwpan 7.12, Look l&lt;Wc, 7.10, Valourio 7.7, Sunny Paik 6.12.
BATHURST TURF CLUB'S ANNIVERSARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912
BATHURST TURF CLUB'S ANNI VERSARY MEETING. „ , Wo would remind the sporting nac ernity of Orange that to-m'orrow is the first day of tlio abovo clubs. Anniver sary meeting. And takine mto con* s,deration tlio large amount of support accorded to tlie O.J. C ub by tUo liath urst people we tliink it only fair that it should bo reciprocated. The Club havo been favored with excellent nom inations and patrons can rest assur rod that they will see two good davs sport, and all flio racing.cracks of the west competing in superior Metropoli tan cquiue .company. Passengers can leave Orange by the Passenger tiain and land at the course in ample time for the first race.
THIS TURF. WOODSTOCK WEIGHTS. WOODSTOCK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912
THIS TUltF. WOODSTOCK WEIGHTS. WOODSTOCK, Tuesday. Tho following weights Have oeon uv clarcd for tho two principal races to bo run at Woodstock on January 20. OPENING HANDICAP.—-Playw «il 9st 101b., La Patrie 8.8, Mote ■v|, Master jlurillo 8.2, Blue Jiolt 8.2, vVil ton 8.2., Mandagcry 7.8, Nellie . .i Golden Jfield 6.13, Little bight l .iO Strathlce 6.8, Adnor 6.7. WOODSTOCK HANDICAP.—Pay well 9.9.. Selah 8.10, La Wilton 8.8, Master Munllo S I, Man^ daszery 7.7, Nellie 7.0, Goden Pu-d M Lil'to Light 6.10, Strathlce 6.7.
SURGICAL OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912
SURGICAL OPERATION. Miss Banks, daughter of Sub-Inspec tor and Mrs. Banks, of Newcastle, and formerly of Orango, underwent a surgical operation at Nurso Harm's private liospiital yesterday morning. Her many friends in Orango will bo glad to learn that the operation, which was for tho removal of appendicitis trouble, was thoroughly successful, and tho patient is doing well.
SPORTING. BOXING. LANG DEFEATED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912
SPORTING. BOXING. LANG DJil'ISATISD. SYlUNWi, Wednesday. At the Stadium to-night, J mi i^arry, of America, defeated Bui .Lung, lit> tue end of 2U rounds on points. liio ague was not skillul j but was charactered by hard Hitting, pamcularly on tue part of the American; and iiang ox nibited plucky dogged determination^ and fought ten rounds with ono eye. Barry was the favorite, and hall a stone heavier. 'l'ho decision was hooted.
SURGICAL OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912
SURGICAL OPERATIONS. Wo regrot. to report that Mr. P. Tynon, a son of Mrs. Tynon, licensee or the Cadia Hotelj was conveyed to taw local hospital yesterday to undergo au operation for appendicitis. From the samo town Mrs. Roes was also brought in to tiio hospital to un dergo an operation for the removal of a tumour. It is to bo hoped that both operations will be successful.
HAY STACKS AND WHEAT BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912
; HAY STACKS AND WHEAT BURNT. Word lias just rcachcd us iliat a dis astrous iiro occurred at Mr. G. lilu zoly's place near Carcoar, on Monday. The fire was responsible for the com plete demolition of two stacks of hay and 3U bags of wheat. No reason, ho far, is assigned as to the cause of the outbreak.
ORANGE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912
j OitANGE PItODUCE MARKii'i• The following were the local whole sale quotations fcr produce yesterday: (Jflali, £3/16 to £4/5. Oi.cs, 2/4 to 2/a. Potatoes, nominal. Wheat, 3/- to 3/3. Maize, 3/10 to 4/2. Cheese, 7(1 to 7%d. Butter, factory, 1/14* Butter, dairy 8d. Eges, yd. to 9Jd.