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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

AT THE BEDSIDE. Doctor, Nurse and Patient fefl r" !=vrd IP they know the Medicine la the Best—that it la from Farr's Phar " icy. Al'eyne r (irtte J. H. Foot) Siimmer-st., Or-.:ge. Open rtf.y and night.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PISA RESIDENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

PISA. RESIDENCES. Mr. M. J. MulUns, of Orange, has se cured the contract for the erection of several homesteads for settlers on the Larras Lake subdivision area. The class of building generally favored is cob, a mixture consisting of clay and straw, and tempered to a consistency equivalent to that required for the manufacture of bricks. It is also re markable for its great resistant pow ers to dampness and wet weather. The cob building is the nearest approach to brick, and as th'e cost of the latter, with the ruling price »of labor, Is so "rnit as to prevent mnnv,P£OPle point? in for it, there seems n. good future for this class of building, especially as t'mber is now becoming so scarce. Ifr. MulUns has reeentlv completed new homesteads at. Davv'c. Plains (near Cudal). Cflenwood nnd Borid "erfo (near Oanowlndral. The latter is thie largest cob homestead in the State, and was erected at a cost of pearly £500.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESENTATION AT PINECLIFFE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

PRESENTATION AT PTNECLTFFE. Recently Mr. H. R. Willcox was pre sented by the Church of England peo ple at Pinecliffe with a tea and coffee service and afternoon tea spoons in case. The presentation was made by •Mr. Edgar Langdon, and suitably ack nowledged by the recipient. During his stay at P'necliffe Mr. AVilicox was Superintendent of the Sunday School and an active worker in all church matters. The evening was a very en joyable one, refreshments being hand ed round at the close of tine proceed ings. Mr. Wilcox takes up his resi dence at Cheeseman's Creek.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

SPORTING. At Wellington on Wednesday night Sam Cassidy, o£ Tasmania, essayed to stop A. Shirtley, of Dubbo. The flglit was a good one, and earned the plaudits of the audience. Shirtley was awarded tine contest on points in the 20th round. The "Collarendabri Chronicle" man must have been on a bad wicket at the recent Mogil Mogil races, for he says of those events: "There were "two books" at the meeting, about 10 horses, a fair attendance, and the racing was crooked enough to satisfy the crook est of crooks. A special meeting of the .Wellington Picnic Race Club was held at the Royi al Hotel on Saturday night for th© purpose of considering some notice's of motion for the alteration of, rules. A proposal that the time allowed for scratching should be extended from 15 to 30 minutes before a race was adopted. Another motion was that the limit of prize money won, above which a horse should be ineligible,' should be raised from £20 to £60, but it was defeated. The other motions were withdra...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Orange "B" Team. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

Ornnjre "B" Team. A. Baker 34 32 6G J. Watts 31 30 G1 G. Hawke 31 27 58 A. Kable 31 26 57 E. Hicks 27 29 56 L. H. Medley 28 2?, 51 Sea. F. Kins 23 26 40 IT. Albon ' in 23 42 A. Albon 22 19 41 Average 53 Total 53-> Cai'go. A. Smithi 31 31 tu J. Boaden 26 24 50 J. O'Neill 24 23 4 Capt. Tinnius 24 20 44 J. Farrell 28 16 44 G. Hertslott 2.'! 23 46 .T. Hamilton 21 17 41 A, Roberts -0 15 35 G. Mayno 26 .4 30 A. Murray 8 17 25 Total

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORANGE v. YOUNG. Orange. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

ORANGE v. YOUNG. Orange. J. McMurtrie 31 33 64 W. Edye 30 33 63 W. Nancarrow 34 28 62 Capt. S. Plowman 32 29 61 W. Collins 33 28 61 W. C. Plowman 34 26 60 W, Leveridge 30 28 58 A. Cowan 31 26 57 W. Linn 31 25 55 T. Hill 31 24 55 Total 597 Young1. W. Bellamy 32 35 67 W. Chin 32 31 63 M. Jachrizza 32 30 62 Capt. McLeod 30 31 , 61 R. Reance 34 27 61 Sec. Rabbetts 32 25 57 J. M. Kelly 25 31 56 T. C. Wright 29 27 56 J. T. Upton 26 29 55 W. Bailey 30 23 53 Total 591

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING. ORANGE CLUB ESTABLISHES A RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

RIFLE SHOOTING. ORANGE CLUB ESTABLISHES A RECORD. The local range was the scene of unusual activity on Anniversary Day, the continuous crack of the rille be ing heard from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m., the full'accommodation of the range being used to enable the sheeting to be completed. Owing to the official open ing being held on Boxing Day the an nual prize shooting for the members of "C" Coy. Militia was also held, this unit be'ng in force during the day in keen competition for the cash prizes presented by the townspeople. They also fired a team match against the Forest Reefs Rifle Club, whom thev defeated. The Orange Rifle Club was engaged in inter-club matches all day, their A team meeting the Young and Millthorpe teams and the Orange B team the Cargo Club. During the morning the Millthorpe team fired a match against a second team from Young, in Millthorpe, the former be'ng defeated. Both teams visited Orange in the afternoon. More than usual interest was take': by the members of the co...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. ORANGE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

Commercial. OKANGE PKOpUCE MARKET. The following were the. local whole sale quotations fqi produce yesterday Chaff, £3/15 to |£4/6, Oats, 2/4 to 2/3. Potatoes, nominal. Wheat, 3/- to 3)3. Make, 3/10 to 4/2. Cheese, 7d to 7yd. Butter, factory,! 1/1}. Butter, dairy 8d Eces, 9d. to 9i'J.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

THE COST OF NEGLECT. Think of the cost of neglecting your kidnoys—it means that you are allow-1 ing kidney poisons to accumulate in the system, aud these poisons cause | violent' pains in tlio back, dropsical swellings, urinary disorders, gravel, stone, rheumatism, gouty lassitude, | ^sleeplessness, inclination to worry, ex cesivc thirst, neuralgia. The genuine Doan's Backache Kidney Pills restore i to strained, overworked kidnoys, their full powo rof filtering the dangerous kidney poisons from (iho blood and dis charging them from the system. Read this case: | Mrs. W. Griffiths, Isles-street, East' Orange, says:—"About two years agol I was suffering from what was sup-1 posed 1;o bo a floating kidney, and! this gave me pains in the back which were, at times, almost unbearable. I used to feel so ill that it was with great difficulty I managed to do my, housework, which was made doubly | hard by weakness and pain, I consult ed a doctor, but his treatment did mo no good, and as time we...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KANGAROOS DEFEATED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

KANGAROOS DEFEATED. LONDON, Sunday. Batley defeated the Australian Rug by Leagufe by 13 points to 5.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

MCLEAN and Co. have for sale a cot tage, brick, new, central. Price £300. Returning 12 pef cent. J-'iu down, 15/ per week. CllOlCli KKU1T and Vegetables, de livered to any part of the town, by Kelly .Bros., Hummer-street, now In meir new shop. t'Olt 'SALE—Edison Records, C doz 4-minuUis, 12/ do/.; 2 minutes S/ doz. Agianrt ami Co., lJeisley-st. LAW11EN0E BEATON", Sole Agent tor , tlie International Harvester Co. (McCormielc Division). All Farm Implements, lingines and Spraying Plants a specialty. FOJ{ SALE—First Clasa Boarding House, 13 permanent Boarders, 15 rooms, goodwill, furniture. £200 or oiler. Nancarrow and Son. COAC'ii leaves Tullamore on arrival ol tram Thursdays and Saturdays, ar riving at Tottenham the same even ing. J. DILLON, Proprietor. WANTED, respectable Young Lady to assist all shop duties. The White" Hose Confectionery Co., opposite Post-oliice. it. WBEATLE 1' and Co. auction fat and store stock at the Corporation Yards every Thursday. t on Motor Sundries, Tyres, ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

TIBS! TIES! TIES! TO: CLEAR. 9d USUAL PRICE. 1 tysa^; - r&H' M W y&iii o uiiuujx||j fr~V'' 14 it 5s Sid Each, Regular-Price C2 THE MOTA. AHTHE MOTA. THE MOTA. EACH. COLORS: FRENCH GREY. DAR K GREY. IRIS, WITH BLACK OR CONTRAST TONE BANDS. BOUND AND UNBOUND. COMFORTABLE IN WEAR. SMART IN APPEARANCE. 6 EACH A. SPECIAL PURCHASE OF MEN'S SILK BROADWAY TIES. CONSISTING OF NARRO W AND BROAD STRIPES. AND PAISLEY DESIGNS. WE PAY CARRIAGE ON DRAPERY PARCELS TO ALL RAILWAY STATIONS. BUT NOT ON FURNITURE. FLOOR COVERINGS. IRONMONGERY AND G EOCERIES.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISTRICT TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

DISTRICT TEACHERS' ASSOCIA TION. The mutual meeting ot the above nc.sodialion will bo lield at the District School, Orange on Saturday next, u'< 11 ;(.m. The business paper contains: Tho report of delegates, annual report, election of officers, arrangements for tin- (Rova! Ranter Show, suggestions iron) oiemb;MV. fur the year's pro gramme, arrangements re raeeiring with Blaynev Association. Mr. Tj. T. Latter, lion.' st;:., expects a representative ga thering of teachers.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. A. H. OLDHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

MIL A. H. OLDHAM.. A movement is afoot' nt Cumnock to present Mr. A. H. Oldham, who has removed from the district, with a suitable testimonial. Last weoTc a meeting of citizcns was hold at Cum nock for lihis purpose. Mr. Wm, Black was voted to tho chair, while Mr. G. F-I. Bowhav was appointed secretary of the movement. A commitltoo con sisting of Messrs Gr. J. Plack, A. Con stantino, W. M. Hudson, N. Lontz, A. liolian, and K. J. Abemethy, wore appointed to further tho arrangements for the presentation, which is_ to take the form of a purse of sovereigns and an illuminated address. Tho date of liie function lias not yet been fixed.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOREST REEFS v. MILITIA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

FOREST REEFS v. MILITIA. Tile conditions were ten shots at 500 and 600 yards. Militia. Bug. Hill 41 50 90 Pte. Plowman 46 44 90 Pte. Seers 44 45 89 Pte. Pembroke 39 47 86 Corp. Thompson 40 43 83 Pte. Oates ... • 36 44 80 Corp. Percy 41 32 73 Sa:t. Thompson 37 28 G5 Pte. Sherlock 33 28 61 Pte. Sullivan ... 29 23 52 Total 770 Forest Keefs. Cant,. Streatfeild 45 42 87 Nesbitt 43 42 S5 13. Streatfeild 44 41 S5 W. Redmond 44 41 85 G. Webster 38 42 80 13. Starr . 38 40 78 E. Rambough ... 37 32 69 Ponlan 39 26 65 Marshall 20 42 62 H.Star r .. 23 25 48 Total 741

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

What Shall! Give? * This little question is worrying a lot of us just now, but. If you see Hansen's. Beautiful Stock of Gift things at. all prices,- the problem will be solved. • 9ct; Gold Brooch, set with Ame i thyst, Very Strong and Pretty, 10/. Heaps of other pretty Gift Brooch ' ''es, at Ml prices * at—— i Hansen's, Summer-street, ©range, I A USEFUL GIFT. I # Every Lady Appreciates a Pret- JJ I ty Sterling Silver Manicure Set, jj 1 that comes from Hansen's, be- g 3 cause it s the Very Latest Design. 0 I '.M 2£r Stg. Sil. Manicure Sets, plain and engraved, in stroug velvet lined cases, 10/, 15/, 20/, 30/, to 40/. AT HANSEN'S, (Wlicrc all tile New Things nre) SUMM13R-ST., ORANGK HI f;\;' jf\ WiM i ummer-stree! Opposite Post Office MOST UP-TO-DATE MUSIC EMPORIUM OUT OF SYDNEY. OVER 24 PIANOS BY BEST MAKERS TO CHOOSE FROM. OVER 30,000 COP. OF MUSIC IN STOCK. Stuck of Kdison's M?icliiiie ami Records.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

# ® © © © © ® ^ © £5 c ■ # ® © - <$ ® @ ® @ © © © © © © ■m M © ;® © © @ © @ © © e @ © © © BPS Tins IS SOMETHING THAT WILL INTEREST EVERY MAX OV THE LAND. M33ADOWEANK PLOUGHS And, in fact, all Meadowbatik Farming Machinery, means the savin;; of much money to the farmer who us^s 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 mcst ol.l»r makes, and the user thereby enjoys the benefits of a double saving. Call and let ine show you the many advantages of Jleadowbank Ploughs anil Farming Machinery. e The Anson-street Stores, WHERE GHOCEIUES A :!K CHEAPEST. ® 0 ® # @ © © © © @ © © © © © © © © © |#®©©®©®©<®©©©©©©®@©©@@©©@©g IE. A. ui re s s • Great Summer Sale S ® ® § Is Now In Full Swing. © ® © 9 Fresh Bargains Kvery Day. g - = © Some Hlong Quickly and Secure Some @ of the Wonderful Bargains. © . © Bargains fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

PI <gm iS ....; HEARME5g_. BRONCHITIS CURE The Grandest Remedy for COUGHS»l COLDS fis ss gas A dose or two is generally sufficient KEEP A BOTTLE IN THE HOUSE SOLD by all CHEMISTS and STORES 6' © © © • @ ® Pressing Orders, lligiiest Prices. © ® ' Towh or Country. § a | SHBBPSKIftS, HIDES, and TALLOW. J @ ESEB™@S™SS™^^ II I Riley Newman Direct Export © |: Company, Limited, | © ■ ' _ © | Kite and McNamara Sts., Orange. | ® H. JONES, Local Manager ■ f? QoooeoQOoooQaoGseGOOGQaeoeo&oaseQ As Xrnas 1911 marks the First Anniversary of my opening business in mj new and up-to-date premises, I take 'this opportunity ;of thankingui • many friend: for tlieir Generous Support during the past twelve months, at the sa*r ■ time to place before them such Quality in Stock and Value in Prices that will as t re their coir inued support. SPECIAL LINES.—E.P. Ware for Xmas Presents. Great assortment China Crockeryy and Glassware. GROCERY.—Everything that is desirable for the festive seaso...

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INTERESTING LAND COURT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

INTERESTING LAND COURT DECISION. At Uic Inst meeting of the Local Lund Board, at Oberon, applicitiou was mado by Michael Joseph Ryan for permission under section 19, Crown Lnds Amendment Act, 1903; tio per form the residence condition attaching to his O.O.P., 11.34, with his father-in law, Patrick.Ryan, on portion 125, parish Blenheim, county Westmoreland. Air. John Boyd, land agent, Bathurst, appeared for applicant. Evidence was was tendered by Mr. W. J. Ryan, and the Board reserved its decision. The Department has since advised Mr. Ryan that he may carry out! the resi dence conditions associated with his father-in-law, whilst the fa.ther-in-law, Mr. P. Ryan, continues to hold the freehold upon which he now resides. The decision has aroused considerable interest! in the Oberon district, as it is considered t(> bo without prtc-dent in the whoJo State.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Markets. SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 29 January 1912

Sydney Markets. SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Sunday. At the Sydney produce sales yester day the market was weaker for all produce, with the exception, of lu cerne chaff and lucerne duft. Out of 42 trucks offered, 17 were passed. Wheaten chaff: 4/6 to 5/5. Prom Kirkman, Woodstock, passed at 4/1; ex Geurio 5/5. Oaten hay: 4/ to 4/6. From Moore, Garland, passed at 4/7; Kirkman, Lyndhurst, passed at 4/5; Leabeater, 10 bags, no offer, the balance sold at 4/1; Kirkman, Mandurama, 5/. Lucerne hay: 2/10 to 4/6. Lucerne chaff: 2/6 to 5/10. Lucerne duft: 6/1. Wheat: 3/1% to 3/7.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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