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THE ORANGE SHOW JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
THE ORANGE SHOW JUBILEE. We are pleased to report that us a result of our efforts, and the recent circular sent to residents of tlie dis trict, that the response has been spon taneous. Our article pointed out why every landholder and business man should become a member of the O.P. and A. Society, aud to do his utmost to make this, the jubilee of our show, a record in country agricultural exhi bitions. Mr. Tanner, the secretary, has big ideas in view for the benefit of the public, and will welcomo all new members and donations. Intending ex hibitors and showmen from all parts are already writing for spaco.
RAIN WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
RAIN WANTED. The want of a couple of inches ot rain is rendering the situation critical with many potato crops throughout the Orange district, and the!r success or failure depends on whetlrer copious rain falls during the next few days.
FOUND—A GENUINE DANDRUFF CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
FOUND—A GENUINE DANDRUFF CURB. The world has been looking for yearn for a genuine dandruff cure. There ha.vo been many on the marlto!, but. the acme of all the preparations is 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 growth of your hair. Fox Martin, chemist, in Summer-st, lias had the extreme good fortune to luive the Bole distributing agency for this wontlerfnl dandruff cure.
COWRA C.C. TEAM FOR FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
COWTtA C.C. TEAJI FOR FRIDAY. On Anniversary Day the Cowra Half Holiday team will visit Orange for tlic Ipurpt-sn of playing Messrs Dal ton Bros. team. Following will represent Cowra:—-J. Hennessy, J. Dean, D. Adams, H. Byrnes,. Walter Johnson, K. Jay, P. Boyne, I,. Worrall, F. Phil lips, II. Campbell, U. Pepper, N. and V. rtyall, Mr. A. Heffernan will act as manager, and Mr. Wm. Johnson as scornr.
NOT F.A.Q. MILK.—FINED £10. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
NOT P.A.Q. MILK.—FFi\T]CR £10. At tile Coonamble Police Court on Monday, E. J. Proctor pleaded guilty to selling milk not tip to the standard quality prescribed. The analysis showed a deficiency of 25 per cent butter fat. Defendant stated he sold the milk as it came from the cow. Mv. G. Weeson, P.M., fine ddefendant £10, with two guineas professional costs and costs of court.
FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW. THE RECENT RABBITERS' STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW. THE RECENT lUBBITJfiltS' ST1UKE (liv Dick AlauDouakl.) Now (dutt tiie cuuivrenco between the delegations Irom the employers in the rabbit industry, the jSIow South Wuics Kabbiters' U uiou and tho Austrai.an Rabbitors' Union is concluded men maj, resume tiieii- laborious calling of trap ping without trembling and trepidation lest they. vioJatu any of tlioso basic principles of unionism which arc guid ing to-day and shall guide to-monow to l»ia,t goal where lies thoir priceless heritage of freedom, the bout-backed battalions of toil. It is a great pity, though, that the splendid loyalty 01 these men and tho very comuiondablo manner in which thoy eudeavour-d to improve their conditions by the only expedient at hand, apparently, the strike, was not productive of bettor results. Comparing tho conditions at the time when Air, Richards uatertd his famous speech "down traps, ana if needs be let -thorn rust," with tliose under which the trappers now work, | one is i...
MASONRY AT FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
MASONRY AT FORBES. A biK initiation ceremony of mem bers of the Lodge Lachlan Royal Arch Chapter took place at the lodge room of the Forbes Town Hall, when Most Ex. Bro. Jenklnaon and officers initiated sixteen members, of whom i&lt;v belonged to the Condobolin Lodge. After the ceremony a banquet was held. A short time ago about a dozen members from the Parkes Lodge were similarly initiated. Forbes is the only place out oC Sydney that the highest Masonic degrees can be conferred.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
JIcLEAJT AND CO. have tor sale Cot tages, Building Sites. If clients call they will lie driven right away without delay for inspection. VBOMPTXESS is necessary IE you would share in the magnificent ot fer being offered by the I.X.L. FOB Motor Sundries, Tyvea. Oils, etc., af- lowest prices, or for the hire of a luxurious six-aeatcr motor car. go to H. Leverage's Acme Engineering and Motor works, Lord's Plice. tele phone 169. ' GAS MANTLES—Inverted at 9d each; Uprights from 4d eacu at a. r. Hicks', in Summer-street. illcLEAN AND CO. have for sale six Sulkies, two Spring Carts, two Trol lies, one Waggonette. COACH leaves Tullamon: on arrival of riving at Tottenham the same even train Thursdays and Saturdays, ar Ing. J. DILLON, Proprietor. McLEAN AM) CO. have t'or sale Fur niture, Crockery, Glass Sliow Cases, Buggies, Sulkies. II. WHKATLEY AM) CO. have lirst class Hotel, 10 years' lease, takings £80 weekly. Price, £1800. TO LET, 130 acres good Grass Coun try to let Cor Cattle or Horses,...
THE BRISBANE TRAMWAY TROUBLE. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
THE 'BRISBANE TRAMWAY TROUBLE. BRISBANE. Thursday. I The wharf laborers knocked off to day and held fi mass meeting to con sider the tramway trouble, several hundreds belay present. Two dele gates were appointed to represent the union at a conference of union repre sentatives to be held on Sunday next. It is understood that the wharf lab orers are prepared to strike if the majority of the other unions do so. The Tramway Association Execu tive also met, and a resolution from the Parliamentary Labor Party was presented, congratulating the tram way men on the stand taken against Mr. Badger. Prominent unionists say that a gen eral strike is inevitable unless Mr. Badger climbs down, which is very unlikely.
Telegrams. NEXT N. S.W. ELECTIONS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
Teliegrams. NEXT N. S.W. ELECTIONS. MEjLBOURNE, Thursday. It transpires from remarks made by Messrs. McGovren and Holman at-the Premiers' Cont_'erenco. it can be taken for certaiia tha t the Now South Wales elections t,vill bo held before the next Federal oilectrion. Politicians consider that if th,*8 referonda wore taken and defeated - before the State election ib would rc-r.tct on the party, and conse quently tliie McGowen party would bo left in a tricky position.
SYDNEY FRUIT MARKET. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
SY} ONEY FRUIT MARKET. SYDNEY, Thursday. Tho S.-vdney fruit market wag con siderably active to-day, and the turn over wa: i the largest for some time. Choico p eaches, pears, nectarines, and apples realised high rates, while low er figuires were taken for melons, grapes, wnd tomatoes. i The alterations in the prices were: Tomatoes, local, 1/ to 1/3;■ a quar-l ter cnse,-]j 2/ to 3/ a half case. j Water,' melons, extra largo, 6/ to 7/; medium, .3/ to 4/; small, 1/9 to 2/6. ;
ORANGE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
ORANGE STOCK MARKET. At the Orange Corporation Yards i yesterday there was the usual yard ing of stock, and good prices were re alised. Following were the sales:— PAT CATTLE. GLASSON, COULSON & McLACHLAN Acct. Mr. Hoolahan: 1 bullock £6, 1 cow £3 1/, cow and calf £2 16/. Acct. Mr. Ferguson: 1 bullock £4 6/, 1 cow £4 !)/, 2.cows £3 15/, 4 heifers £3 S/, 3 heifers £2 12/. Acct. Mr, King: 1 bullock £4 5/, 1 cow £3 4/, 5 cows £3 17/, 6 heifers £3 17/. WHEATLEY AND CO. Acct. Mr. "Warner: 2 bullocks £5 I/, 1 bullock £7 14/, 7 bullocks £6 9/, 2 steers £4 7/, 2 cows £4 4/, 2 ctnvs £G 1G/, 4 cows £6 15/, 2 cows £5 13/. HARTON .AND CO. Acct. Mr. Harrison: 1 steer £4, 1 cow £3 8/. Acct. Mr. O'Belrne: 1 heifer £2 15/, 1 steer £1 17/, 1 calf 18/. J. S. LEEDS AND CO. Acct. Dalton Estate: G bullocks £6 19/, 4 bullocks £G G/, 1 bullock £« Acct. Mr. Noonan: .1 cow £G 3/ 3 heifers £6, 1 cow £5 17/, 3 heifers 1 cow £3 3/, 3 cows £4 4/. Acct. Mr. Hawthorn: 1 vealer £2 11/, 1 vealer £2, 1 cow £4...
ORANGE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 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, 1/11. Butter, dairy 8d. " Eggs, 9d. to 9Jd.
SPORTING. TIPS BY MARTINDALE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
SPORTING. TIPS BY MARTINDALE. SYDNEY, Thursday. Following are "Martindale's" tips for the second day's racing of tlw A..J.C. , Anniversary meeting to take place to-morrow at Randwick:— Flying Handicap.—Precious 1, Rec ti vo 2, Sylvander, or Boy Scout 3. Novice Handicap.—loll 1, Td.via 2, Blue or Muttama 3. Corinthian Handicap.—Recalled 1. OiliPt 2. Hail Shot 3. Anniversary Handicap.—Kurnell 1, Son of the March 2, Olive Green or Electric Wire 3. Second Nursery I-Iand'cap.—Amy C. 1, Penza 2, Former or Mayrah 3. Hight-weight 'Handicap.—Locomo tion 1, Elfbolt-2, Osmo or Wild West 3. "Early Bird" tips for the Anniver sary Handicap Electric Wire 3, Olive Green 2. Crown Thistle 3. Sergeant Coyne is atpresentl en joying 30 days' leave. Senior Constable Byrne is acting in his stead. On Wednesday, the 31st instant, the election of Mayor for East Oarnge will tjiIce place. • . i Mr. }\. IT. Nfiivshain, cx-secrctar,v of I the Batlmrst A.M. imd P. Association, war, 011 Monday niRWt presented by I...
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. At the Sydney produce sales tills morning 72 trucks were offered, 19 of which passed. Chaff was firm, and maize weaker. Potatoes were in poor demand, and prices showed lit tle alteration. Lucerne hav advanced 3/4. Wheaten chaff, choice, 5/0; prime, 5/ to 5/4; good, if to 4/11. Oaten chaff,,prime 5/ to 5/3; good, ■1/11; medium, 3/10 to 3/11. Lucerne hay, choice small, 4/9 to 5/: prime, 4/2. Maize, prime dry yellow, 4/5 to 4s. 5%d. Wheat, prime chick, 3/6 to 3/8. Rye corn, prime, 3/3. Oats, prime white, 3/4%. Potatoes, prime, 5/ to 6/: good, 4/ to 4/7: medium, 3/ to 3/8; fnforior, 2/. Wheaten chaff, from Pratley, Bath urst. 4/, and truck passed at 4/2; ex Dubbo, 4/4; ex Borenore, 4/6 and 4s. I lOd: ex Cowra, 4/7 and truck passed at .5/4; Thomas, Millthorpe, passed at 5/4; ICirkman, Woodstock, 4/6; ex Woodstock, passed at 5/; ex Carcoar, 4/11. Oaten cluaff. ex Maiulurama, 5/; cx I Blayney passed at 3/2; ex Lyndhurst 3/2. Oaten hay from Bell, Bath...
Sydney Markets. SYDNEY WHEAT MAKKET. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
Sydney Markets. SYDNEY WHEAT MAKKET. SYDNEY, Thursday, .! Last January a"number or New South Wales growers left large quan tities of wheat exposed to the open on their farms. Heavy rain fell In February and did enormous damage to the grain. This January the farm ers have sent their wheat off at brcak-neck speed from the farms to country railway stations, with the result that practically the whole of this summer's harvest, being only .1 half crop, is now sold out of the growers' hands, having been bought by country and Sydney millers, by New South Wales shippers and by purchasers for Queensland flour mills, as well as portion by New South Wal es speculators. This morning there was practically no wheat in large lines offered to Sydney from the country. The.quiet er tone in London is reflected in Syd ney, to a slight extent, buyers offering 3/5 for bright and choice wheat, a drop of a %d since the excitement at the beginning of tine week, but specu lative holders still ask 3/9%. A. few...
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. Diilgely and Company, Ltd., wool salesmen, Sydney, report undor date of '2-1 tli instant:— Wo submitted a thoroughly represen tative catalogue of G,oOO bales on Tuesday last to a very large attend ance of the trade. A general demand was experienced with exceedingly keen all round competition at well maintain ed prices. Many lines of tho best greasy fleece were taken for America and Japan, while thero' was also orisk bidding for Germany and France, as well as for Yorkshire for all medium and good descriptions. Tho top price of the day in greasies, and tho record for the new year, viz., 14Jd per lb., was secured by us for the Estate of the late G. H. V. Jenkins' Herbert Park wool from Armidalo. SYPNEY, Thursday. Harrison, Jones and Devlin wire us thati -4900 bales of wool, mostly su perior quality were offered to-day. Com petition was keen throughout, with a hardening tendency for better descrip tions. We sold at auction and pri vately, 500 bales, including R.A.W. a...
HOMEBUSH SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
HOMEBUSH SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. Sheep,—'The pennings numbered about 46,000, from a list of 47,000, from 20-1 owners. 'Phis is a record number from owners for tiio size of tihe supply. All descriptions'of sheep were in evidence, including a heavy sprink ling of crossbreds. Prime merinos were very scarce, but there was a. fair showing of fine crossbreds. _ The qua. lity of the offerings was fair', and al though there was a large proportion of medium-and'inferior sheep, the bulk of the supply consisted of good trade mutton and a few pens of extra prime and choice sheep. There was a good attendance of buyers, who operated at) late rates for prime sheep, but oilier descriptions fluctuated in value, gene rally in tiio buyers' favour. Prime wethers made, to 14/6, extra to 17/-, prime ewes to 12/-, extra to 16/-. Am ong the sales e(feo!)cd were: A. "Wright (Dublin) 153 e. 10/9, 56 c. 9/4; ICxofs. late T. Walkoni, Blavnov, 13 crossbred e. 11/-, 35 w. 9/2, CO e. 8/4; W. 0. Russ, Trangie, 16...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
CHURCH SERVICES. Methodist Church: Waldogravo 11. Spring Hill 3, MillUiorpo 7.30, Rev. Burns; Millthorpo 11, Guyong 3, Byng 7.30, Mr. Dwyer; Spring Hill 7.30 Christian Endeavour Committee; 1'or rst Heel's 3, Mr. A. Brooks; Spring Terrace 11, Spfingside 3, Mr. Tredrea; Lower Forest, 11 Mr. A. Brooks; Guvon». "Wednesday 8, Lewis Ponds Fri'dav 8, Itev. Burns; Waldcgrnve, Wcclni'sday 8, Huntley, Friday 8, Mi. ^Baptist Church; 3, Mr. E. Burns. Salvation Army: 11, 3 and 7.oU, Lieut. Morton. Church of England: Millthorpc. 8 a.m. (H.C.), 11, and 7.30, Rov. K. 'FT. D. IColly; Guyong 3, Rev. Kelly; Shadforth 3. Mr. Svd. Ezzv; Lucknow 7.30, Mr. Hohhs.
PARENTS AND CITIZENS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 26 January 1912
[>A I! KX'I'S AND CITIZENS AS SOCIATION. well attended meeting of the above was held at the public school on Wed nesday night-, Mr. C. E. Hayes in tho chair.' Mr. Champion read a letter from tho Education Department approv ing of rookery classes at Millthorpe every Tuesday and Friday. Mr. Cham pion then gave a verbal report of the additions and improvements being car ried out'during tho last six months. The four rooms in the school were, now fit for use. When in Sydney he saw the authorities who promised the ad dition of a reading room for .the scholars which will also be used : as; a teachers' room. The work was, hoi was sorry to say, not being well car- • rird out, and tho specifications ran , depai'Utl from. A't Mi*. B'cVliy b r'e. quest ho had supplied him with full 1 particulars. The fonco they were put ting up was practically useless, tnd tho Works Department should seo that ilif work was done better. Tho work was no credit to those who were do ing it. There was also a grea...