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CRICKET. BORENORE DEFEATS AMAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

OKiUivlSX. I BOltiiNOltJi DEFEATS AMAllOO. I Boreuore defeated Amaroo at Amaroo 1 on a bowlers wicket by an innings and two runs, bcores:— Amaroo 1st Innings. T. V Curtin, b J. Coyto 1 Curtui, b W. Coyto 0 w . Huni/er, b J. Coyto 0 \v . Curtin, b W. Coyto 2 s. Tilling, o and b J. Coyts- .. . 0 B. Johnson, not out 3 M. Wilson, b J. Coyto 2 Bayiiss, b \V. Coyto 0 J. Curtin, b J. Coyto 1 U. Bargwanna,b VV. Coyte .. . 1 G. Curtnijb VV. Coyto ' 1 Sundries 3 Total 14 Amaroo 2nd lunings. •j. Ourtin, b W. Collins 1 T. Curtin, b I1'. Bohnuger 0 B. Johnson, b 'W. Collins .. .. 3 G. Curtin, b F. Bohringer .. 1 N. Wilson, b F. Bonringer .... 0 S. Tilling, q and b W. Collins .. 3 D. Curtin, b F. Bohringer .. 3 W. Curtin, st. Morchunt, b Collins 1 ii. Hunter, b F. Bohringer .. .. Flannagaii, b W. Collins .. .. 0 T. 1 J. 0 Sundrios 1 Total U Borenore-lst Innings. \V. Coyte, c Ourtin, b G. Bargwanna 3 T. Alillgate, b G. Bargwanna .... 5 \V. Collins, thrown out 3 F. J. llohnnger, o and b Bargwanna 1...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOUND—A GENUINE DANDRUFF CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

FO"ND—A GENUINE DANDRUFF CURB. The world has been looking for years for a genuine dandruff euro. There have been many on the marlret, but the acme of all the preparations ia one called "Tressoline;" 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 germ, and in consequence promoting the growthi of your hnir. Fox Martin, chemist, In Summer-st, has had the extreme good fortune to have the sole distributing agency for this wonderful dandruff cure.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLDING POTATOES FOR A RISE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

HOLDING POTATOES FOR A RISE. The result of waiting too long for a rising market has recently been ex emplified In this and the surrounding districts. A well known farmer who held his potatoes last season in the hopes of a rising market "had the mortification of receiving back lid per cwt. for 63 bags, or a gross return of 30/5. Jn the Blavney and Carcoar districts hundreds of tons of potatoes went to waste through the same cause. During the season a buyer operating amongst the farmers, and who offered a good price, could not effect enough purchases to pay for his expenses, and in consequence was recalled. The same farmers who re fused £5 per ton for tlveir tubers wore <rlad to take £2/10 a couple of months'" later, and numbers could not give them away. In the opening of the season as high as £7 was got, .but there were farmers who were silly enough to think that they would rise, and so held on with the abovesald result. When a fair price is offered it behoves the farmers ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"AS THE WORLD JUDGED HER." (Continued.) CHAPTER XXXV. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

"AS THE WORLD aUDOEO HER." ^Continued.) CHAPTER-XXXV. "I will serve you so faithfully, I will give you my life, with all its a£ fectipn and devotion if you will let me stay." "There can be no Question of you serving me/ he said, "if you remain with me," and Ms face pale with ter rible emotion; "we must call thdngs by their right names." This was not eloquent wooing, or even impassioned pleading, but atthie first half word of consent such joy flashed into the face of the girl, such intense, complete, perfect joy, that he looked at her in wonder, and the next moment she was clinginjg to him with ldsses and tears, lavising on him such) love that being merely mortal man he lost his presence of mind, as" he had lost his loyalty, his honor, and his manhood. "If it is to be," he said, in a voice that he did not recognise as hiis own, 'if it is to be, it is you who must go with me, you understand, Vivian?" Abandoned in that terrible moment by every good angel, she murmured: "Yes, I understa...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS.—ORANGE V. DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

BOWLS.—ORANGE V. DUBBO. The team which will leave to-night at 6.31, to represent Orange in the Western Shield contest, at I)ubbo. will comprise—Messrs. Lee, Lound, Thwa ite, W.nrren, Fleming, Hansen, Bonnor, Mathews, Torpy, Kilgour Riddle, and Bouifler. Messrs. Smvtho and Lam roek will leave Hie next day to allow Messrs. Kilgour and Riddle to return as their services cannot be spared for the two days. The Dubbn team who will opposo ours will bo selected from Messrs. Irvine, Cadman, Sillar, R. Gartrell, L. Gartroll, Hawke, Wheeler, ICirkland, Bain, Palmer, Jelf, Ritter, and Pinnineton.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXXVI. HEAVEN ONLY KNOWS THE END. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

CHAPTER XXXVI. HEAVEN ONLY KNOWS THE END. An hour later, and every arrange ment had been made. Sir Lionel felt ' jxjan* Jiaaf© fyjrad by a col4 iMb'; he was carriiB away by the wild love and wild pas sion of the moment; he lost all count of time and' honor; lie remembered only that the most beautiful aud most passionately loving woman in England had flung herself at his feet, and had taken possession of him. When the glamor of passion falls l over man or woman, they are lost to reason, lost to everything iu the woild —but themselves. _ . "Where shall we go?" asked Vivian. "Oh. Lionel, how I long to (iy away from all this; steam will not be fast enough. Love, let us go to a land o£ roses; they say—the poets who smg of love—that it flourishes best where roses grow. Let us go there. In the passionate abandonment of her happiness, she never gave one thought to what she was leaving. Sn Lionel did, and even in the mad whirl of passion he saw plainly where he stood and what he was doing. L...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAPTIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

BAPTIST CHURCH. To-night the monthly business meet ing of the members of the Orange Baa list Church will take place. As the business is important a largo attend ance is desired. The Rev. A. J. Wal docic, the Superintendent of Home Missions, and Mr. Ardill, the President of the Union, are expected to visit Or ange shortly relative to a forward movement in connection with the church. Part of the business will be to make arrangements for their re ception. It is desired that a more suitable church building should be se cured; and the forthcoming visit of the gentlemen named is in connection with that project.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

CAN'T SHAKE IT OFF. How often we hear persons with colds make tlie above remark; but Dr. SlKldon's New Discovery shakes them of? and effectively ,ip, a £esr P$3, Piles 1/6 aocl 8/. QMaiaWw FOR YOUR Xmas Presents and New Year Gifts YOU CANNOT DO BETTER THAN GO TO ' TREDREA'S, S U M M E R - S T R E E T, WHO HAS A LARGE, VARIED AND UP-TO-DATE ASSORTMENT OF GLASS AND PLATED WARE, HAND BAGS, DRESSING CASES, PURSES, ETC., PRESENTATION AND OTHER I'OUN TAIN PENS, BOOKS AND ANNUALS. TRICYCLES, DOLLS, AND TOYS IN ENDLESS PROFUSION. DIR. S. A. BASSER, the Vienna Opticla n, may be consulted at 'the ROYAL HOTEL, ORANGE, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, and at tho' COMMER CIAL HOTEL, MILLTHORPE. oil WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1912 Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. : visit. M:R- BASSER AND HAVE YOUR EYES TESTED FREE. ^£77NGO?^ It your Eyes easily tire and throb, If you have Constant K. tid aohoa, if your sight at times becomes blurred, or if your sight troubles you in any way, you should take advantage of my offer to t...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURE FOR DRINK [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

0UI1E J'Olt DRTNKV Hio South Australian Government, after investigating the cures for tlio drink habit or alcoholism on tlio Con tinent, Groati Britain and America, se lected tho Neal Three-day Treatment, which has been used for over a year, being most successful in South Austra ''"i. Acting upon tho request of the iN.b.W. Governmentl and many influ ential ^ citizens, an Institute has been established in Sydney on AVoodbury street, Marrickvillc. Write for the "Neal Way" giving full information.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATHURST A. H. AND P. AMENITIES. MR. R. L. GILMOUR INDIGNANT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

BATHURST A. H. AND P. AMENITIES. j Mlt. K. L. GILMOUll INDIGNANT. In proposing a vote of thanks' to* Mr. R. L. Gilmour (chairman), at Mon day night's send-off t« Mr. A. H. New sham, Mr. ,J. Miller, M.L.A., took the opportunity of conveying to Mr. Gil mour the pleasure felt at his return from his trip to England, and also the good wishes for his speedy restoration to health. It appeared strange, con tinued Mr. Miller, that both She ex president and the ex-secretary of the A.Ii. and P. Association should have been^ compelled to relinquish their positions on aeount.. of failing health. He trusted that both gentlemen would not be long in being completely restor ed to-health, and that they would soon measure the same as lie did round the chest. (Laughter and applause). Mr. Gilmour made a vigorous speech in reply. He said that although both himself and Mr. Newsham were not iir as good a staHo of health as they would like to be, neither of them were going to die for a long time to come. (A...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOBBY'S YARD RESIDENT CROSSED THE BIG DIVIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

HOBBY'S YARD liESIDENT CROSS _ J*.f> THE BIG DIVJOK. Mr Jercmah Lynch a resident of tho J3.it hurst district for the pasti 05 years died on Sunday,, and was buried yester day in tiie Catholic Cemetery, Bath urst. The burial service was read bv I1I1C Uuv K. J. Flanagan, The deceas ed landed in the S&ito a. fow days fil ter the wreck of the ill-fated Dunbar in 18o7. Ho was in his 83 yoar, and was a bachelor. For many years he had resided at HoIVby's Yarcls. and on. ly came to Bathurst a few weeks ago. to see a doctor.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P.M. AND SOLICITOR. LIVELY SCENE AT COURT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

P.M. AND SOLICITOR. LIVELY 'SCENE AT COURT HOUSE, During the hearing of a case at the Dubbo Police Court last Tuesday, in which three men were charged with being illegally on licensed premises, the P.M. impressed upon a female wit ness the fact that unless she spoke this whole truth she was likely to be committed for perjury. Mi*. McManamey .appearing- for the defence,'interjecting, said to the wit necc that the P.M.'s remarks were not a direct allusion to her veracity, but applied to the whole of the-*wit nesses, including that of the constable for prosecution. The P.M. resented Mr. McMaua mey's words and peremptorily order ed him to sit down, 01* he would ord er him out of the court. Mr. McMan amey sat down, and the incident, ap parently, closed. At the conclusion of the case, Mr. McManamey said he would like to say with all the politeness at his com mand, and with due respect to the important, office of his Worship, that the fact of being ordered out could have nothing' but an in...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COOTAMUNDRA TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

C'OOTAMUXDRA TURF CLUB. The big attraction m tno world of the southern line The Coota Cup is to eventuate on tlio 14 and lo of next month. The Cup is worth in cash 100 Sovs,^ while the Town plate is 55 of Uio best. Weights will bo declared on the 15th of Fol.ruary lh.s is one of the best fixtures on the South crn line and can always bo counted on for a big attendance and capital lac ing. See our advertising columns. Miss Minnie Burrow, daughter of Senior Sergeant Burrows, of Nyngar. and who Has been attached to the Bourke public school, has been of her transfer 'do Orange, public school. From Bourke to Orange is a very plea sing change.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

| A USEFUL GIFT. O Every Lady Appreciates a Pret S ty Sterling Silver Manicure Set, J that comes from Hansen's, be © cause it's the Verv Latest Design. o o o - % O £5 Mi ■ - ■ 0 O ■*s^ * fe i nre Sfits, plain and n » 1 in ^irong velvet iined Cf 10 1 , 20/, 30/, to 40/. | AT HANSEN'S. f| (Wl'ci'c r.!i the Novy Tilings arc) SUMMEH-ST., ORANGE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

What Shall I Give? This little question is worrying a lot of us just now, but if you see Haa»en'i Beautiful Stock of Gift things at all prices, the problem will fea solved. Set. Gold Brooch, cet with Ame thyst, Very Strdng and Pretty, 10/. Heaps of other pretty Gift Brooch es, st all prices at — ansens, Summer-street, ©range,

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

Come and Visit fftrelii Summer-street, Opposite Post Office NGE. MOST UP-TO-DATE MXJSIO EMPORIUM OUT OF SYDNEY. OVER 24 PIANOS BY BEST MA KERS TO CHOOSE FROM. OVER 30.000 COP. OF MUSIC IN STOCK Mock of KcSlrfoii\s Mf*ohion '»n ■' Records.

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PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY. Wednesday. At the Sydney produce sales to day 54 trucks were offered, 11 of which passed. Wheaten chaff, choice, 5/6 to 5/10; prime, 5/ tf> 5/5; good, 4/5 to 4/11; medium, 3/7. Oaten chaff, choice, 5/7; primo, 5/ I to 5/2; medium, 3/11. | Lucerne hay, choice small bales, 4/6 to 4/9; prime, 4/2 to 1/4; good jdump bales, 3/3; medium large, 3/. Oaten hay, prime, 5/9. Wheat, prime chick, 3/7% to 3/S; good, 3/4 M>. Potatoes, good, 4/2 tto 4/8; medium, 3/3; inferior, Sd. Wheaten chaff from Gibson, Tran gie, 4/S; Kirkman, Woodstock, 4/6, and truck passed at 4/3; ex Spring Hill, 5/7 and truck passed, no : ex Cowra, 5/5; J. Ewer, Wangooia, 5/5 and 5/G; Quigle, Browonglc, 4s. lid; Lewis, Brewongle, 5/4; ex Kelso 3/7; ex Dubbo passed at 5/S. Oaten chaff from Walsh, Cowra, passed at 4/9; from Lowe, Cavcoar, passed at.4/11. Oaten hay from Williams, Blaynoy, 5/5; Lewis, Raglan, passed at 5/5, and 10 bundles of wheaten, 4/3; Leak, Orange, 5/0; Bell, Bathurst, passed ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Markets. SYDNEY FRUIT MARKET. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

Sydney Markets. SYDNEY FRUIT MARKET. [ SYDNEY. Wednesday. j At the fruit market to-day there was a brisk demand for all varieties «if fruit.. Choice eating apples and nec trines were scarce, while oifier kinds of a good quality wero scarce. Peaches commanded increased rates, but a slight) weakness was experienced in to matoes and grapes. Grapes: Choice sherry 3/- to 4/-, whito 3/- to 3/6, bluck muscatels 8/ to 10/-, ambers 4/- to 5/- per 251bs. box. Tomatoes: Local choice 3/6 per quarter case, 4/- per half case. Peaches: Clingstones, choice 3/- to 4/-, medium and small 2/- to 2/6, slip stone varieties (choice) 4/6, medium 2/- to 3/- a half case, and 3/- to 4/- p bushel case; Albertas 5/- to 8/- a gin case, 3/- to 4/6 a half case.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANNUAL SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

' ANNUAL SHOOTING. Members of the abovo club arc re minded that tho annual shoot will tako place on Friday next, January 26th. Tho first match to start' at 9 o clock, and tho second at 2 p.m.; members must bo on the range before J2.30 to compete in tho first one, and before 4.30 for the second. A match has been arranged with .the Forest Reefs Club for Friday noxt, 10 shoots at 500 and GOO yards, to com mence at 11 o'clock, and the following have been selected to represent! tho Mi litia > Club:—Lieut. Beck, Pte. Hill, Sergt. Thompson, Corpl. Thompson, Corpt. Percy, Ptes. R. Plowman, S. Spora, Oatcp, Sgt. G.op. Ptes Pembroke, Sullivan, Sherlock, arid All^n.

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