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METHODIST CHURCH, MILLTHORPE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
METHODIST CHURCH, MILL THORPE. The quarterly local preachers meet ing was hold at Springhill on Wed nesday morning, when the following were present: Rev. W. A. Burns, Mes srs G. 'Streatt'eild, D. ,T. Dwyer, Win. James,, and G. Chappell. Many mat ters of detail in circuit work were fully dealt with. The circuit quarter ly meeting was held in the afternoon, when Rev. W. A. Burns again occu pied the chair. Messrs G. Streatfoild, W. James, D. J. Dwyer, G Chappell, A Moad, H. Dresser, J. McDonald, W. Toms and W. Giles attended. The cir cuit steward, Mr. G. Streatfeild, pre sented the financial statement, show ing an income for the quarter, includ ing credit balance brought forward from the previous quarter, of £103 3/11, and leaving after the quarter's expenses are paid a debit, balance of about £2/9, also some amounts of church property insurance to bo paid. Several places report,eel an in creased income, and the circuit mem bership is 199. Reports were •••jeeived of good work done at t...
WALTZING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
WALTZING COMPETITION. A waltzing competition took place at the Oddfellows' Hall on Tuesday night, in connection with the Waratah Dance Club. The prize of £1 induced a, num ber of competitors. The contest ivas narrowed down to two couples, viz., Mr. Jack Jones and Miss Addie Neal, and Mr. Fred Lawrence and Miss M. Finney. In the final the judges could not separate the contestants, and there fore decided to divide the prize, which decision was greeted with applause.
AUCTION ABSTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
AUCTION ABSTRACTS. Following is an abstract of approach ng auction sales:— By J. S. Leeds and Co. At the Orange Corporation Yards, an Thursday, January 4th, 50 prime Eat cattle, 200 prime crossbreds, 1000 choice six-tooth wethers, 250 Lincoln cross 2-tooths, 200 Lincoln cross iveaners, and at the firm's central ba saar, at 2 o'clock,, ,20 draught and saddle horses. By Bedford, Taylor and Weston, Ltd. Orange Corporation Yards, Thurs day, January 4 th, 80 fat cattle, 200 prime fat sheep, 400 forward cross bred hoggets, 50 prime crossbred lambs, 100 extra choice prime • fat crossbred ewes, and 25 pure Lincoln rams. By Crossing and Cox. At Mudgee, on January 10th, at 2.30 I).m., "Caerleon," 850 acres freehold, together with 1000 stud sheep. By Glasson, Coulson and MeLacliI.m. Orange Corporation Yards, Thurs day, January 4th, 70 prime fat cattle, 50 mixed store cattle, 200 extra prime station bred wethers, 400 early shorn ewes. By Hnrton and Co. At the Orange Corporation Yards,, on Thurs...
COMPLAINT HE COOK PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
COMPLAINT HE COOK PARK. Visitors to Orango during tho Sum mer months all tako advantage of our beautiful park, and enjoy the seclusion of its shades during the day, while nu merous people reve] in being able to Malic tho many paths between the flo wer beds, or sit out tho gloaming on the many seats provided, at night. But it comes as a rather severe shock to them, to hoar the boll tolling at 7 p.m., informing all and sundry to leave the ground. Wo have twilight now about up till 8 p.m., and visitors who were enjoying tho quiet seclusion of the park and commenting favorably on tho forethought of the Orango Council in having the place open of an evening, changed thoir tune when they found thai/ they had to leave it just as they wore beginning to make tiiemselvos comfortable. "Wo believe that the authorities in Bathurst. allow their gates to be kept open till a later hour, and there can be no earthly reason why the same thing should noti apply here. A couple of hours respite after thei...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL APPOINT MENTS. Amongst the appointments at a meeting of the Executive Council were the following:—Sir C. K. Mc Kellar, M.L.C., to inquire into the treatment of delinquent children in Great Britain, Europe, and America; Mr. Wilfrid Blackett, barrister, as a commission to enquire into the mat ter of further consolidating the Statute laws.
The Daily Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1912. Local and General. VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1912. Local and General. VITAL STATISTICS. Tho following are the vital statistics for tho quarter ending December 31st, 1911, for the Orange district:—Mar riages, 44; births, 58 males, 48 females; total, 106; deaths, 24 males, 14 fe males, total 38.
THE REV. R. F. MARCHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
THE REV. R. F. MARCH ANT. Itev. It. F. Marcliant, who has re signed the curacy of Orange, conducted a farewell service at March on Sunday | last'. He said he was sorry that he ; had been obliged to tender Jiis resigna tion! During his. short stay ho had made many friends, and he-was grate ful for the many kindnesses^ and the help given him in his work. "With re ference to an intimation that his health had been indifferent of late ho could assure his friends that they need not be anxious respecting that rumour. Ho thought he could say that no had not had a day's illness since coming to Orange. A curate's work in the Or ange district was mere child's play compared with the work in the charge that he held for six years before coming to Orange. It was his intention to consult the Bishop about; a cure or charge very shortly. The object of the Rector and his Church Wardons was apparently to secure the services of an unmarried man, who they consider coud do more work in tho country than a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
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CHAPTER XXIV. 'YOU SHALL HAVE LOVE.' [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
CHAPTER XXIV. 'YOU SHALL HAVE LOVE.' 'One day from a life-time,' said Lady Lynn; 'and yet it will not be a day, only a few short hours, but we will en joy them. Sir Lionel.' She looked so young, so brilliant, so beautiful, so like the fair May morning itself, that his usual prudence and de bonair manner forsook him. He would have been almost more t'han moral to have resisted that glance. 'One day from a life-time,' she re peate'd, looking at him with all the light of love in her dark eyes. She led the way through the conservatory to the grounds beyound. Argos House was fortunate in this respect that when it was built land could no have been so valuable, for he grounds belonging to the mansion were spacious and irel laid out. It was difficult to imagine, standing under the trees there, that one is closr to the city whoso roaring voice is nevei hushed. (To be Continued.) You can wander all over the tipwn but nowhere will you find such a cap. tiva'ting assortment of gift things as at H...
"AS THE WORLD JUDGED HER," CHAPTER XXIII. T[?]EY ALL GO THE SAME ROAD. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
"AS THE WORLD JUDGED BEIT CHAPTER XXIII. TiTEY ALL GO Tilt SAME KOAO. (Continued.) There was just one imprudence from which Sir Lionel guarded himself—he never wrote to her. Perhaps he had in his mind the fate of the hapioss young peeress whose inU'iguo was dis covered through her husband finding her love letters. He never wrote one line, and so far he was prudent. Up to the time when he bent his handsome head and kissed her, there had beon no evil intention whatever in his mind; it was nothing but a pretty romance, &lt;nd ho'had no more intention of leaving his wife and his home than ho had of swiming down the Tiber. No sin is /sinned at once; b is the swee* treaqherous beginnings, which are so terrible. Having, after a fashion, mado his conscience- easy, Sir Lionel gave him self up to the pleasure of being made love to by the loveliest woman in Eng-j land. I There came a day when he asked her why and lioiv it was that she had drif ted into this marriage. It was a lovely Ma...
REV. E. F. WADDY SERIOUSLY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
REV. S3. F. WADDY SERIOUSLY INJURED. Rev. E. F. Waddy, the well-known | cricketer, was-riding a bicycle to the [city on Tuesday, and when near New town he collided with a motor car, containing four passengers. The rev. gentleman' was thrown violently to the "roadway, and was taken to St. Vincent's Hospital in a serious con dition, suffering from concussion of the brain, laceration of the limbs, and other injuries. The bicycle was com pletely wrecked.
IN FAVOR OF THE TOTALISATOR [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
IN FAVOR OF THE TOTALISATOR At the sitting of the Sydney Total isator Commission at Auckland, New Zealand, on Tuesday, John Rowe, pre. sident of the Auckland Trfotting Club, and a member of the New Zealand Racing Commission, gave strong rea sons for the abolition of the bookmak er, and the restriction of betting to the totalisator. Witness said the totalisa tor was run entirely with the view of regulating betting, and had resulted in the improvement of the status of racing, and the financial position of clubs, and in the prizes offered for the improvement of racing-stock. I-Ie ex pressed the emphatic opinion that if the question went to a referendum of the people, both the bookmaker and the totalisator would be abolished for all time. Dr. Bennett, president of the South Australian Jockey Club, who is visiting Auckland, gave evi .dence o£ the successful working of the totalisator in his State. It was admit ted on all sides in South Australia that the totalisator provided the most hon...
A POLICEMAN FAINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
A POLICEMAN FAINTS. Great interest was created in Condobolin in a case that was hoard at the local police court 011 Tues day morning, wherein a young man of respectable position was charged with riotous behaviour in the main street oil Sunday night| On the occa sion a number of men were indulging in the usual New Year's Eve street parading. Sergeant Berry, who ar rested the young man, entered the box but proceeded only a few minutes, when a faint overcame him, and ho had to be removed to his bedroom. Under doctor's instructions he was or dered to remain confined for at least three days. The case stands adjourn ed till Friday. Sergeant Berry was stationed in Orange for some time, when he was removed to Portland, and from that place to Condobolin. It was while at the latter town that ho received promotion to the rank of ser geant.
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
BOWLS. In the first round of the bowling handicap yesterday, A. 0. Thwaite (scratch) atid C. Cur ran 7 on met when C. Outran was Hm victor by 25-9. Curran theu met C. J. Barnes, 10 on, In the second round, and won by 27-24. Particulars of the earlier play in the handicap will be found on
TEMPORARY NAVAL COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
TEMPORARY NAVAL COLLEGE. Senator Pearce and Mr. O'Malley, accompanied by Captain Chambers and Colonel Owen, are expected In Sydney to-day from Melbourne, 011 their way to Jervis Bay, the capital territory port. The reason of their visit is that the Federal Government has decided definitely against Osborne House,'Geelong, as a site for the tem porary Naval College. The Caucus decision to have as many as possible of the Federal institutions in the capi tal territory has weight with the Cab inet, and it is now proposed to obtain at Jervis Bay a large building, form erly used as an hotel, and to make of it a temporary college. This will be a cheaper line of procedure, than the spending of £25,000 on temporary works at Geelong.
COOL EVENINGS IN COOK PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 4 January 1912
COOL EVENINGS IN COOK PARK. At the request of a number of re sidents the Mayor (Aid. H. K. Mc Kay) has arranged that Cook Park shall be kept open during the summer evenings until nine o'clock. We were handed the notification after having written a paragraph anent the mat ter, which was in print already, and' will be found in another column. This action of having the park opened for a longer period will be welcome news to townspeople and visitors alike.