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TOWN PROPERTY SALE [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

TOWN PROPERTY sat,!?. A reminder is given of the sale to be conducted by Messrs Glasson, Coul son and McLachlan at their rooms Lords Place, to-day" at 3 p.m., when properly situated in JDast Orange will l)e submitted to public ai\ctii;v«. l\ic property has a frontage to William street, and should command the at tention of seekers of valuable proper

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

MR. GIL HOSKINS. We understand that the above gen tleman is severing his connection with West's Pictures. Mr. Hosldns, who has been manager of the western circuit now for some considerable time, and been connected with the firm f6r a number of years, will indeed be missed by his army of friends in the ■west. He has been a popular manager, and possessed cf a largo amount of keen business acumen, and was a pCitent factor in building up the hugn motion picture business of Wests in this part of the State. Perhaps no manager of any amusement enterprise bag" shared the same amount of popu larity as this gentleman in the west ern towns. His congenial manner, and affable disposition, has won for him many friends, who will regret, his de parture from amongst' them. We also add our personal regrets at losing such a popular manager.

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

EAST ORANGE COUNCIL. ICast- Orange Municipal Council meet in« was held lust night. There atten ded the Mayor (Aid. J. McKooii), and Aldermen Agland, Couldwell, Kelly, Hawke, Gow, Plowman. and PenhaTl. Correspondence was read. Krom the Government Department, agreeing to the Council borrowing £100 temporarily. A letier was received from Sub-In spector Bear, stating that certain regu lations would have to be complied with before the police could proceed against motoris'.is who exceeded the speed limit. Included in the regulations to be com plied with was the erection of noticc boards defining the speed limit for motorists. Aid. Agland moved thatitho necessary steps be taken to regulate the speed of motor cars and motor cycles. Aid Agland said he saw a car coming into Orange at the rate of CO miles an hour, ft «'as exceedingly dangerous Sho speed at which motorists travelled. After some discussion Aid. Agland moved that the matter be deferred to next meeting, and that in the mean time t...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEST'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

WEST'S PICTURES. Another packed houso greeted West's Pictures last night. Tho undoubted popularity of these entertainments of West's seem to grow on one, and we look round for Wednesday nighty and the picture show as a matter of course. The films as shown on the screen last night were amongst somo of the best wo have seen, and Mr. .-.Gil Hoskins, the popular manager, with his capablo assistants promise something even bet ter for next Wednesday.

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

BURNING ACCIDENT. I Master Eric Kennard, tlio ton-yea 1 ,-old son of Mr. C. Kennard, of the Alud gee post office, met with a very pain ful accident on Friday last. During the morning he was playing with met hylated spirits, which ho spilt on his cfothcs. Later, ho was endeavouring to burn a piece of paper with a mag nifying glass from a magic lantern. In holding the glass before the sun ho unfortunately ignited tho methylated spirits instead of the - paper. The flames spread over tho lower part of his body, which was burnt considerably lie was attended by Dr. Lester, and is now as well as can bo expected.

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

SUNDAY SCHOOLS PICNIC. On Friday (Anniversary Day) the annual picnics in connection with tiie Anglican, Methodist, Presbyterian and Congregational Sunday Schools, will be held at Bloomfield. The Plymouth Brethren will also be joining in. The train conveying the picnickers wil leave Orange at 9 a.m., and a trail •will return at: 7 p.m.

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

ORANGE STOCK MARKET. Following 1b the order of sales for to-day:— - Fat cattle.—Glasson, Coulson and McLachlan, 70 head, Moulder and others, owners; Wheatley and Co., SO head, Warner and Reld, owners; Har ton and Co., 36 head, Oliver, Kent and Hayes, owners; Leeds and Co., 70 head, Cutts, Sloane, Glasson and Dale, owners; Bedford, Taylor and Weston, 40 head, Moulder find others, owners. Fat sheep.—Glasson, Coulson and McLachlan, 200 head, Eve, owner; Bedford, Taylor and Weston, 300 head. Paton, owner; Harton and Co., 400 head, Kerr and Knuclcly, owners: Leeds and Co., 500 head, Hansford and others, owners. Pigs.—Leeds and Co., 100 head, Narromlne agents, owners; Glasson. Coulson and McLachlan, 25 head, Moitra, owner. Store sheep.—Bedford, Taylor, and Weston, 2000 head, Paton and Taylor, owners; Glasson, Coulson and Mc Lachlan, 1700 head, Keenan, Eve and Hoolahan, owners; Harton and Co., 350 head, owners; Leeds and Co., 2000 head, Clarke and Bayley, owners. Store cattle.—Leeds and Co...

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

CARGO RECREATION GROUND. ^ Through the courtesy 01 uue nun. Waddell, M.L.A., we have I'ecn aP prised that Mr. James Henry Hamil ton has been appointed Trustfe o£ the Recreation ground at Cargo, in lieu ot , Mr. J. S. Mayne, resigned.

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

» . " NUNS PROFESSED. All the Perthville Convent on o - dav four sisters of St. Joseph were ad mitted to the order. The ceremony was impressive and .there was a ropre sentative congregation, many of the friends of the Sisters being Presei^' The ladies who have .6™"^ world for the noble Prm"Ple V , w terliood wer5 INfiea Sewoll Boclcley, {Sister Maria Joseph) Miss Glo.fson, Stuart Town (Sister Bridget Mary} 11:.. xr„v.nir PnrkeH fSister Philoniciia) Miss Hane and ter

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

MILITARY. RIFLE SHOOTING. The following scores were put up by the Militia Killo Club, ut< 300 yards, on Saturday last:— So. H. Tl. Pte. Plowman 67 7 74 Pto. Sullivan 56 10 72 Bug. Hill 68 3 71 Pto. Oatcs 56 13 69 Pto. Seers 60 6 60 Corpl, Percy 55 8 63 Pte. Pembroke 53 10 63 Pto. Gardiner, V/ 44 17 61 SgU Thompson, J 55 5 60 Pto. Sherlock <18 12 60 Corpl. Thompson, G 52 7 59 Pte. Allan -.. 45 13 58 Pte. Gardiner G 45 11 56 Pte, AVeiiv 43 ■ 10 53 Pte. Greeii 32 13 49 The quarterly prize winners were:— Pte. .Percy A. Sullivan, 214, £1; Pto. It. Plowman. 210, 15/-; Bug. II. Hill, 209, 12/6; Pte. T. Seers, 205, 10/-; Sgt. ,J. Thompson, 201, 10/-; Pte. J. Oates, 202, 5/-; Corpl. B. Percy, 200, 5/-; Pte. Allan. 198, 5/-; Pto. II. Sherlock, 197, 5/-; Corpl. G. Thomp son, 195, 2/6. The following are the handicaps for the members of the above club for th? January-March quarter:—2, Major Pid dle, Lieut. Pilcher, Bug. H. Hill; 5, Sergt. J. Thompson. Pto. It. Plowman, Pte....

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW BY-LAWS UNDER THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

NEW BY-LAWS UNDER THE PUB LIC HEALTH ACT. The prevention of spitting, smoKing or chewing tobacco, has been added to the clauses of the Public Health Act governing the packing of foods for sale. It is now compulsory that the name and address of the ven^r bc conspicuously inscribed on every m1 cart or on every vessel of over a quait measurement, which is bf/.ng round in canes where milk is being

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

©( e ^©©@*©©©©© © NOW L1STEI SP 0 $ © ®" 9 ® t-: © © ® G « 9 i THIS IS SOJIETMNG TJIAT TVIIL INTEREST EVEKY MAN ON T1IE LAND. , MEADOWBANK PLOUGHS And, in fnct, all Meadowbnnk Farming Machinery, means the saving of much money to the farmer who uses it. This Is because it is all built of the Best Steel and Iron, and assembled on scientific principles, whereby its working life Is prolonged to the very utmost. It also requires less power to work it than most other makes, and the user thereby enjoys the benefits of a double saving. Call and let me show you the many advantages of Meadowbank Ploughs and Farming Machinery. B. J. WALLACE,' | The Anson-sfreet Stores, | WHERE GKOCEKIES AI!E CHEAPEST. & )i©®fti®eic©®ie®OQQQ©iiioon SURGEON DENTIST. 105 COWPER-ST., WAVEJRLBY. flold Crown Fillings and Bridge "VYork j A Speciality. Teeth Extracted Painlessly, by Latest American Methods. Guaranteed Artificial Teeth on Gold or Vulcanite. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Personal attention to all clie...

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

iiii^iiimsoiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiaeiiiiiiiesiiiii^iii THE PREMIER ' g IliDKESSER AND TOBAC- § g COMST, - r! I SUMMER-ST., ORANGE. | § J. MACKIE, Proprietor. | H ALL Razors Thoroughly Steri- B |g lised before using. Three g g hands at work, no waiting, g S Hair Brushed by Machinery, s jg Open till 10 p.m. every Satur- g § day. Opp. Dalton Brothers, || imiiiiisiBiiiiissisiiisiiisimisiiiiiSMiiiisii'i ORANGE: Printed and 'Published by the Proprietor, Percival Stuart Gafling-, at "The Leader" Offices Lord's Place, Orange, and Pym otreat, MiGthorpa, in tho Btato a? Bawiii Tjfijca,

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

BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES. Orange 11 ft*m. and 7.o0 p.m., **o>« H Halmarick; Millthorpe 3 p.m., Mr. E." Burns; Tallwood, 3 p.m., Rev. H. Halmarick.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Daily Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1912. Local and General FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

The-Daily Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1912. Local and General forecast. Generally line, rising temperatures, variable winds; cloudy, with more scattered thunderstorms over the north eastern quarter.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEST'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

WEST'S PICTURES. Another packed house greeted Wcst?s Pictures last night. The undoubted popularity of theso entertainments of West's seem to grow on one, and wo look round for Wednesday nighty and the picture show as a matter of course. The films as shown on the screen, last night were amongst 'some of the best we have seen, and Mr. .-.Gil Hoskins, the popular manager, with his capablo assistant promise something even bet ter for next Wednesday.

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

ORANGE COUNCIL. The regular fortnightly meeting of the Council of'thfc Municipality of Or ange was held at the Town Hall on Tuesday night. There attended the Mayor (Aid. McKay), and Aldermen Stanford, McNeilly, Walker;- Tillett, Larance, King, Plowman, and Whit ford. Correspondence was read and re ceived. A letter was read from the Govern ment Statistician's Department ask ing for information with regard to the value of new buildings in the Muni cipality. The clerk wrote giving the desired information. The sum of £21,498 was expended in new buildings and additions during | 19l'l. I The secretary of the Orange Town Band wrote, with reference to holding a continental in Cook Park. Mr. A. Coote wrote applying for the position of dayman in the employ of the Council. Mr. Morgan wrote applying for per mission to erect boxing saloon. He in tended to erect a structure subject to the Municipal ordinance. The application was acceded to. It was decided to accede to the re quest" of tho Blayney...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. Climbing Down. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

NOTES AND COMMENTS. ClimWiiK' Down. "Don't fire, colonel, I'll come down,'' says the coon to the sure rifle shot in the American story. That is the philosophy of the "practical"' man. It is the philosophy also of the weak lings who cause the blackmailer to flourish. But that belongs to quite another story. History tells us that tihci B'i)itons were wont to buy off their Danish invaders, being unequal to the task of fighting- them. Modern history tells us, day by day, how trembling iion-combatants, covered by the bushrangers' pistols, surrender all thrair belongings in order to save their lives: All of which is suggested by the offer of the State Premiers to purchase immunity for their Savings Banks by handing over one-fourth of the differ ence between the deposits and the withdrawals to the Federal Bank, on condition that tlite latter does not compete with them in the Savings Bank business. It must freely be ad mitted that the States are on stronger ground than the victims mentioned...

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

INCOME TAX. The lust clay for payment of the ■ibove tax is February the 10th, and as the interpretation may ho somewhat .ibstnise to a number of the public we append the substance of the tax in simple form and devoid of the techni calities of legal phrasealogy. On look ing near the bottom of the form on the. second page it will be seen that a deduction of £50 can be made from your net income for all children under IS ,years of age. Yon will ho able to infer I hen by t.hn tj. that the State an ticipates that you are maintaining votir children tip to that ago, and being so you will not have to pay incomc tax in what it costs <►> keep your family who have not yet come of working age. In a sense something in the shape of remuneration should he given to your children who are working your farm or otherwise, hut if you do givo thorn any wage you will not he allowed by "the Tax Commissioner to deduct the £50 from your income, as pointed out at the foot of the form, so that you...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW. The Need for Swimming Baths. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912

I FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW. The Weed for Swimming Eatlis. (By Natator.) I think that the exceedingly sad and regrettable accidents which have oc curred lately, by which throe respect ed residents have forfeited their lives, should be sufficient to awaken the aldermen up out of their lethargy. It has been tried by various individuuals on several occasions to rouse the Council out of their slumbers to erect , swimming baths, but all to no avail; these letters are treated with con- j tempt by the Council; they are passed over in silence. I luope that this will i not be passed over, and that the Coun cil will take some definite action and erect swimming baths in this town of Orange, which are not only healthy hut absolutely essential, as the acci dents above referred to will show. These much needed baths have been this inquiry of every visitor to the town' "Oh, where are your swim ming baths?" Of course we have none. "What! you have none, when Lithgow, Katoomba, Bathurst, Welling ton, D...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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