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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912
BREVITIES. Miss Beatrice Harper, teacher of singing, piano, and theory, will re- sume tuition on Monday, January 29. Her address is care of Miss Dawson, Byng-strest. Ai. the Dubbo P and S. Associoation after discussion it was decidod that members should contribute 2/6 each towards the defence fund for fighting the IUV.U. claims. At the same Society's mooting it was carried that the FA.Q. standard be CO lbs. to the bushes and as the far. mors wheat weighed >jv«r or below tho standard ho should 'i'e paid move or less than the standaivl price. The Oraugo public are again remind ed that tho shops will close as usual at 0 p.m. to-day. Provided that shops close all day on l'Yic 'y, they may re main open until 6 o'- «k on Saturday, and in tho caso of hairdressers, until 7.y(J on tho day of tho week on which they usually close at X o'clock. Messrs. W. K. I). Weaver and A. Craig havo been appi'ttted uolegates to represent t>he Dubbo branch of tho F. and S. Association at tho meeting of...
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912
BREVITIES. . Alias Beatrice- Harper, teacher of singing, piano, and theory, will re sumo tuition on Monday, January 29 Ssyjfts c*™ M *"* D™: Ai. the Dubbo F and S. Association p^p-SSi ™Sut02/1 s srifw's: s." &lt;"■',J At the same Societj's mooting it was UoTbs tr il *1° ? A-Q- sfcanc&lt;ard be I W lbs. to tho bush« / and as tlie far. «/o,VUieil. wo,'fitted -''Ver or below tho standard lie should .^o paid move or I loss than tho standard price. T ed tlme°thUg&lt;i 1Jubli&lt;Vlr? "gain remind- I eu mat tho siiofja wih close as usual at ^ l»-w. to-day. Prodded that ' ^ ... -„^vV. xiu'iuvu mat siioj close all day on Frit y, they may to mam open until G o'• j *ck on Saturday, and in the case of hairdressers, until i .JO on tho day of the week on which they usually close at 1 o'clock. Messrs. W. li. I). Weaver and A. Craig have been apprnted delegates to represent the Dubbo branch of tho !'. and S. Association at the meeting oS the Western District Council ...
THE HON GEO LEE AS A HORSE BREEDER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 25 January 1912
THE HON GEO LEE AS A HORSE BREEDER. There was perhaps no better man in the State more able to discriminate between good and bad equines than the late Hon. Geo. Lee. He was noted as a man who weeded out of his stud any mare or horse that did not show what he deemed quality, and as a result he has his name emblazoned over the scrolls of the turf history, of the State as a benefactor in the matter of keeping up the high standard of breeding, and elevating the status of the colt to its present day standard. One of the earliest mares owned by him was Gulnare, from which we had &nbsp; "The Bart", a horse second only to the greatest Carbine, and one who was almost sanctified (if we are permit ted to use the term) by the sporting public of 10 years ago. But the best mare that he ever owned was the notable Sappho whose progeny a mare of aristocratic mein and lineage and from whom have sprung some of the fastest horses that have ever graced the turf in Australia, appended is a list of...
A FOREST REEFS APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
A KOKEST 11I0EFS APPLICA TION. JSngelbert Halm applied for a re- I sidonce area of 2 acres, situated be tween Forest Reels and Flyer's Creek. , Mr. llahn had applied to the Warden in September last for a residence area, but 011 that occasion there was no re port by the bailiff. The application was then refused. Since then Mr. C. J. Barnes, the bailiff, had inspected the area. The applicant deposed: I am a la borer, and a married man; my wife is dependent upon me; the land is situ ated in the Carbine paddock; 1 live in a tent on the mining reserve near For est Reefs; I occupy at the present time a quarter of an acre by virtue of a miner's right title; I have not put any improvements on the land; I did not know I was illegally holding the quarter of an acre; I did not know that I had to put £1.0 of improvements on the area after 28 days' occupation; [ am unable to secure a house in the locality; I did not mention anything about the carbine paddock in my pre vious application; two acre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
! 1. GENTLEMEN'S PYJAMAS FOIl SUMMER WEAR. THESE PYJAMAS A15E MADE FItOM SPECIALLY SELECTED JAl'ASESE CKEPE CLOTH, AND ARE THOROUGHLY SHRUNK— AM) IN CUT, STLYE, FIT AKD COMFORT WILL 15E FOUiVD UjSSlJl'PASSAI5LE, PRICES.—FOR THESE SELECTED PYJAMAS, 6'G PER SUIT. ! I fj 1 u ^ mrm p M'.' "THE SPECIAL HOUSE FOR MEN AND BOYS'WEAR AT As Xmas 1911 marks the First Anniversary of uiy opening business in my new and up-to-date promises, I take this opportunity of thanking!; y iany friendsf for tlieir Generous Support during the past twelve months, at the s ir 3 time to place before them such Quality in Stock and Value in Prices that will a: sil re their con inued support. SPECIAL LINKS.—E.P. Ware for Xuias Presents. Great ft ioili3;tnt China Crockeryy and Glassware. GROCERY.—Everything that is desirable for the festive seasoi)» MY MOTTO : (QUALITY combined with the lowest possible price. B © © Pressing* Orders, Highest Town or Country. Prices, © © SHe&PSKlNS, HIDES, and THLL0W. si,| i ...
FATHERLY ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
FATHERLY ADVICE. In a case bef)re the Bathuior police , court on Wednesday, wherein a woman named Thompson proceeded against her husband for support. Accused, who was a compositor, asserted that lie was out of employment through the introduction cff. tin; linotype. The P.M., i\lr. Butler, tendered the couple some good fatherly advice. Me point ed out that as defendant was out of work an order made against him might lead to complications. He had always endeavoured to settle suclu cases ami cably between the parties, as some times the issuing of an order resulted in the parties never coming together again. The husband very often consid ered he had been harshly treated, and showed resentment. In the present Case he thought there was a good pro spect of the pair settling their differ ences, and ho advised the counsel 011 | I both sides to consent to a postpone- i : ment for a .fortnight in order to give | them an opportunity of doing so. I After obtaining a promise from de ! fondant tha...
ORANGE WARDEN'S COURT. AN OPHIR APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
ORANGE WARDEN'S COURT. AN OPHlil APPLICATION. At tine Orange Warden's Court oil Thursday, before Warden A. B. 6. 14urke, Abraham Collins applied for suspension o£ labor conditions. The applicant debased: 1 have held the lease tor about $ months; there were curtain improvements in . the property wliun f took over the lease; t extended an existing tunnel L'OOlt; I conserved water by constructing a cement dam, at a cost of £i)0; i don't know the capacity of the dam; I want to raise further capital to develope the property. The Warden said the raising of fur ther capital was not a reason. iUr. Collins, continuing, said: The present capital is exhausted, and I need a reasonable tane in which to securo the necessary capital; 1 am ne gotiating with some gentlemen with a view to the raising of capital; an inspection of the properly is to be made in a few days; no deltmlc op tion has been made the gentlemen de sirous of making tiie inspection; 1 can't say how long it will take for ne gotiati...
RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
RIFLE CrAHi: The Millthorpo A. team will s loot against a Seam from Young at the Milltliorpe range this (Friday) even ing; at':l?r which they will immediately leave for the Orange range, where they are to njioot against several other (oain: 1 the same afternoon. Our boys wil have rather an ardous "holiday."
THE RAILWAY GAUGE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
THE RAILWAY GAUGE QUESTION. At the State Premiers' Conference hold last week Victoria gained a vic tory little creditable, and the hopes of Western Australia sustained a severe set-back. It was resolved to reopen the whole question of the ' gauge to bo adopted tor the transcontinental rail way by submitting it to a "committee of experts appointed by the States. The Premier of the western State was i justified in regarding the proposition as a. mere excuse for holding up tire construction of the line; for, what good will this conference of experts tlo? Everyone knows that the Victor ian and South Australian experts will be chosen from among the thick and thin advocates of the 5ft. 3in. gauge, that the New South Wales expert will be an advocate of the tft. S'^in. gauge, that the instructions given to the Tas mania]! expert will be to agree to no thing that will hurry on the construc tion of the line at the cost of a heavy financial burden on the 'Stales, that , the Wcstralian export w...
MILLTHORPE. LOCAL BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
MILLTHORPE. LOCAL BUILDINGS. Mr. Wells is making Rood prepress with tlio erection of Messrs. E. .lamo and (Jo's. new store and the lilting art; bein^ put in. When finished the buildiiiK will he a credit to the" pro prietor and the builders, and an oma ment to the town. The improvements and alterations at the local school arc proceeding slowly. It is six month niiirrn they were started by day labor and they are not expected io he finished Until about the middle of March.
FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW Labor Leaders and Federation. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
FROM EVERY POINT OP VIEW Labor Leaders and Federation. (By Hot 'Un). The people of Australia can now clearly see and understand the atti tude of Labor leaders towards our Australian federation. Three distinct proposals have been out before us for thie alteration of the Commonwealth Constitution, and each of them is an initial step towards the attainment.of unification. The Hobart Conference distinctly swayed by the Prime Min ister and Mr. J. C. Watson, both ene mies of Federation, and both extreme socialists, decided to put the subjects of last year's referenda before the people again next year. The N.S.W. Ministry were opposed to the Refer enda, though not themselves united in any alternative. Mr. McGowen voted at the Hobart Conference for re-sub mitting the same referenda submitted last year, and promised to support them. Mr. Holman submitted finite a different set of proposals to the Pre mier's Conference, and Mr. Holman, who voted with Mr. Fisher's proposals at the Hobart. Confe...
WANTON DESTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
WANTON 7)EST I!ITCT ION. Or late vandals have been wantonly destroying (.lie shelter nbeds in liloomtield Park by living pea rifle bullets ' Ihron Sli tbe galvanised iron and otherwise damaging the property. As a result the trustees have decided to deal drastically with any of the vandals who may be caught at their destructive work. They will be pros ecuted. and (li»> heavy penalty to be asked for will'assuredly be readily imposed by the P.M. Constable Boon is acting as Jock up keeper at Orange during the absence on leave of Constablo Coleman, who lias gone on a trip to Victoria. On Saturday evening next nn indign ation niei ting will lie held in Mio Up per Australian Hall,- at f&lt; p.m., in eon ifcfion with certain matters i dative to the Australian Workers' Union.
HIGH RATING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
HIGH RATING. At 'Cconarnble the Council has clo cking to strike a rate of fl^tl on the unimproved values, made up as fol lows:—General .r>%d, lighting Id, wat er 3d. Those rates will bring in a I revenue of £"023. Coonamblc is running Warren a good sccond. The council at that town hat; struck a rate or 12%d- And yet taxpayers at Orange are loud in their grmublinijsi at having to pay the small rate as sessed by our councilors.
SERIOUS POSITION. 1000 TROCKS IDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
tiuiuout, msriiiLX. 1UUU iUoCKft iiyjjii.. as men t toned in uui' telegrams yes terday, trie snortago . ol railway trucks promem is more serious tluui ever. ii.).': position .js agyraVu'.^d. by the fact, i-iUit IUuU trueKs, many only wry very sligntly damaged, are standing »u uio yarns a I Ciyae and Jiveleigu awauuij; repairs. Country storekeepers are feeling the puicu Uadiy. i'rescoWs branch at nagga will nave to close down illness aomuuung is done to get their produce to market. One man last week, owing to the hopeless state of congestion at tho Uanmain station, and ino 1 Utility of trying to get even a fair proportion ol the lodder sent m trucked, was obliged to suspend operations with Ins large eliali-cuciing plant. As tne men have been engaged lor the season, and, in any case_ nave to be kept on so thati work may be resumed at any moment " they have to be paid their wages while remaining idle because of the failure ol the ltailway Department to meefl the demands for trucks. Wha...
PROTECTED ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
PROTECTED ANIMALS. The society for t!io protection of wild animals' notifies that kangaroos are protected for 3 years from lltli August, 1901), native boars for 5 years from tlic same date, and the plai'.vpus for 7 years from the 2lth Oclober, l!)0-j. Any person who captures or kills any of the above animals, or olfcrs for salo, or has in his possession the body or skin recently taken from any of these animals renders h'.msell' liable to a penally not exceeding £5.
PROPERTY SALES REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
[•ROL'ERTY SALES -REPORT. Lavercombu and Moore, of Canow indra, report having cttectod the io. lowing property sales during the pa.it mun tli, at highly satisfactory liguits. Wheat lands sold from £6 to it) per aero, and river frontage properties from £22/10 to £35 per aero, viz:— A/c K. 1j. Spearc, liiiO acres of wneat land to A. \V. Swansbra, Cranbtiry. a/e same owner, 515 acres river coun try to Paul Wenz, "Nanirna"; a/c J. Hdwards, "Boridgerie," river paddock of 113 acres no Win. Cobley, "ISdgc combo" ; a/c A. W. Swansbra, 360 acres wheat land to A. Nash, "Cranberry"; a/c A. T. Webb, 320 acres wheat land to .) . Jeffries, Eugowra; a/c Jas. Cook, 37 acres lucerne land to A. Webb, "Sterling G'iiaso." Wo havo other properties undergoing inspection, and hope to. be able to report .furtner sales alt ail early date.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
isgimuimsiiisiHisasiiiigui&KitfiHiiifiiEiiN THE PREMIER | ! i'lUJESSEIt AND TOBAC- | a COMST, | | SUMMBP.-ST., ORANGE. | | J. MACKIE, Proprietor, §f S5 ALL Razors Thoroughly Steri- K S lised before using. Three s ™ hands at work, no waiting, a S Hair Brushed by Machinery. «§ 53 Open till 10 p.m. every 'Satur- H Eg day. Opp. Dalton Brothers, 0 iimn!U8Ei!g!KliHEMHiU3UMUlIlUn»l[Ft ORANGE: . Printed and Published by the Proprietor, Fercival Stuart Garling, at "The Leader" Offices Lord's Place, Orange, and Pym stre&lt;it Millthorpe, in the Stata q? N»y> hlflijt-'l V7r>l«;j,
DRIVING WITHOUT LIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
DRIVING WITHOUT LIGHTS. During llio lasL few months tno mu nicipal Inspector has sutured a con viction against an Assyrian, a C.una liian, and a Caucasian, ail dealers id rfiicculoiit cabbage lor breaches uf the Municipal Ordinances. Wo ii..po 11 win not- bo very long h'olor«-- ho is abi. to bruit; some oi' Uio people wlio ilrivo sulkies and nde bicycles aiong our sweets at night without tights up bet'oio tlio same UriOunal to answer lor iheir negiecc in not protecting she public ami themselves ironi tile risk of eitiior accident or death.