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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
I ■ ■ ■ ,, I Tin: SlUDIEIt 1LVNCE CLUit will hold a danco in (lie Oddfellows' Hall TO-NIGHT. Gent's 2/, ladies | refreshments. Music by W, Leh liianu. ■ (iAS MANTLES—Inverted at yd each; Uprights from 4d each at A. P. Hicks', in Bummer-street. II. WIIEATLEY and Co. auction fat and store stock at the Corporation Yards every Thursday. FOR SALE—'Splendid Board Piano, in good order and tone, £20 or reason able offer. J. Nancarrow and Son. COACH leaves Tullamore on arrival of train Thursdays and Saturdays, ar riving at Tottenham the same even ing. J. DILLON, Proprietor. MAN COOK, competent, sober, and clean, disengaged, 31st instant. Ap ply l'\ Case, "Leader'1 Ollice. LA WHENCE H15ATON, Sole Agent tor the International Harvester Co. (AlcCormiok Division). All Farm Implements. Engines and Spraying Plants a specialty. FOR SALE—Gentleman's home, cost .C 4000 to build, price £2000. A great bargain. For full particulars apply J. W. Ross, agent, East Or ange. CHOICE FRUIT and Vegetables, de li...
SYDNEY FRUIT MARKET. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
SYDNEY FRUIT MARKET. SYDNEY, Monday. H | Th« Sydney fruit markets were busy to-day, and choice quality peaches and pears reaiise'd high rates, while re duced rates were obtained for grapes, f water and rock-melons. Apricots and j nectarines were unobtainable. j Apples: Local eating, Carringtons [ and Carpenters, choice, 10/ to 12/; j medium 5/ to 8/, small 2/6 to 4/ j per gin case; western line (5/ to 9/ ; per bushel case; cooking, 3/6 to 4/6 per bushel ease; best, 3/ to 4/6 per gin case; Granny Smith's, 4/6 to 6/ per gin case; American wine saps, 11/ to 12/. Grapes; White sherry 3/ to 4/; white 2/ to 2/6, black muscatels 7/ to 9/; ambers, 3/ tn 5/ per 241b. box. Ginger; Preserved, 7d per lb. j Oranges; Local, extra choice, 12/ i to 15/; choice 8/ to 10/, small 5/ to |j 7/6 per gin case; navels, choice 16/ to ,11 18/, medium to good 6/ to 11/, small ij 3/ to 3/6; Callfornians, 20/ to 25/ per I double case of 150. ij Plums: Wickson's, 3/ to 4/ per half ;; case; blood, 2/ to 2/6 per h...
DISTINGUISHED VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
mstinc,mshen visitor. Mr. T. Bath, Minister for Lands ancl Agriculture, W.A., is renewing old acquaintances in Orange. It is indeed a pleasure to meet men of liis stamp, men who have started at the bottom rung of the ladder and reached the lo|>. We were agreeably • surprised when ho walked in to "The Leader" i'!!iee yesterday morning. As per our interview, a man of ideas, broadmind ed, and with the possibilities of Ms vast State at his finger-tips, it. is nil education to converse with him. Two former residents of Orange now •hold nortfolios in sister States—"YV. A. Coi;eybeer, Minister for Education in W.A., and Mr. Bath, and we are proud to own them as former resi dents of Orange. Mr. and Sirs. Batii rnticipate leaving on Thursday for Sydney, and after spending a few days in the Metropolis of the East, will return home, calling at Adelaide in iiuie to address a meeting during* the rhction campaign •which; will be pro •".( eding there.
HOMEBUSH SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
HOMEBUSIT SALES, SYDNEY, Monday. 1 Messrs Harrison, Jones and Devlin yesterday wired:—Twenty thousand sheep were penned. Prime were again firm. Best Iambs were a little better. 2000 cattle were yarded. The good quality yarding showed no improve ment on Thursday's reduced rates. j Although there was only a moderate supply of sheep forward, last day's prices were not maintained. G8 own ers advised consignments totalling 20,032 sheep including lambs and the actual supply waa 19,801. All descrip tions including a heavy sprinkling of crossbreds were forward, and the qua lity was generally good, and showed 1 a decided improvement on late sup- j plies. Prime and excellent trade mut ton formed the bulk of the supply, j and there was also occasional pens of I extra prime. The balance consisted I of medium and odd pens of inferior quality. Prime ewes were scarce, and only a few pens of crossbreds were seen. The usual buyers were present but their requirements wore more than met with, and comp...
METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
METHODIST CHURCH. liev. Woolls Kutledge, organising secretary to the Centenary Fund, to raise £50,000, occupied the Orange Methodist pulpit on Sunday last and delivered two thoughtful addresses to large congregations. In the afternoon lie conducted service at Canoblas.
WHEAT MARKET. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
WHEAT MARKET. I SYDNEY. Monday. I Private cables state that I,ondou aud Liverpool wheat markets nre steady. This week opened with a rather quiet ; tone in the Sydney wheat market. Metropolitan buyers were willing to • pay 3/8 per bushel, Sydney, for prim6', bright, unbleached vlvefct, and ; a few early sales took placo at equal ; to 3/8%, Sydney, on milling account, j
WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
WOOL REPORT. Messrs Winclicombe, Carscm and Co. j! yesterday wired:—We sold 6100 bales j to-day. The market was firm at last i week's best rates for al! descrip- q I Hons. We obtained 14%d for Moffatt IjJ Bros., Arai!d4le? 14%d for W. T. Mof? L fa'tt, ArtnldaW; Hi » tatjXS ij Jas. A. Love, Yass; 1Z%6. for J. T. Mulligan, Guyra; 13%d fcr Mrs. M. -Jackson, Guyra; 13Vtd for Jno. and Geo. Hamol, Uralla; 13d for Hy. Johnson, Annidale; 13d for. E. H. Turner, J.P., Gunning; 12%d for S. H. Belcher, J.P., Burrowa; 12%d for A. G. McICechnie, Queanbeyan ; i2>2(i. for G. Manuel, Arraidalo.
ENGLAND v HOBART. HOBART, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
ENGLAND v HOBART. , - HOBART, Monday. Hobart, 2nd innings, 5 for 335. A social will be held in Boheme's Hall on January 26th. The proceeds will go towards building and furnish ing a house for Mr. and Mrs. Davis, who had the misfortune to be burnt out on Christmas Eve night. The function 1b in the hands of a strong committee, and should prove a great success. A block of river flat land, noar Caaowindra waa sold, a tow flayg ago' "foV £3'2/lV pgr zWe:
WOMEN'S AID SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
WOMEN'S AID SOCIETY. The monthly meeting of the Wo men's Aid Society, in connection with the. Orange Baptist Church, will bd held on to-morrow OTedncSday) after noon, commencing at 3 .p.m. Tim Pas tor, the Rev. H. IXalmarick, will pre side. After the first portion of the service is concluded a social utp of! tea will be dispensed, j
Commercial. ORANGE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
Commercial OEANGE PRODUCE MARKET. The following were the local whole sale quotations for produce yesterday: Chaff, £3/15 to £4/5. O&cs, 2/4 to, 2/8. Potatoes, nominal. Wheat, 3/- to 3/3. Maize, 3/10 to 4/2. Cheese, 7d to 7%d. Butter, faotory, 1/lf. Butter, dairy 8d. Eggs lOd.
CROOK RUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
r.RriOK RUNNING. Some >Tery caustic remarks are being- handed round in connection with tho .winning of certain horses at the late Mtburst races. That there can be no foundation for such rumors lies in the fact that the Stipendary Stewards were not called into action. As a general rule the looker-on sees most of the game, and tho disappoint ed punter.always has an axe to grind when his horse fails to be a winner. We can only add that the men wlvo are paid to watch this kind of thins are men of undoubted characters and men who have been connected with every phase of horse racing and the slightest inkling of crook running would immediately be investigated.
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
BREVITIES. The Government bias set aside £2000 for the Importation of three' high class activc Clydesdale stallions for use on the State agricultural farms. Messrs Dunlop and Hender son, two of the members of the Scot tish Agricultural Commission, who visited this State, will be consulted in tire selection. The Australian papers evidently do not stand alone in the matter of pub lishing curious advertisements, to wit, the London "Daily Telegraph"—For sale by auction, 10 long-tailed black troop horses, from the Royal Horse Guards, including two grey mares. The shearing in Queensland has al ready made a start. At the West Longreach Worlcs, between 85,000 and 90,000 sheep from Maneroo are to be put through, to be followed by drafts from Manninglvam, Nogo, and other places. The fruit crop at Narromlne, N.S.W., this season, has been the poorest known for many a year, mainly due to the ravages of the pumpkin beetle and aphis. At a meeting of the Young Fruit growers' Union, N.S.W., it was d...
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
CONGRLCGATJONAL CHURCH. Pressure on our space precluded anything more than a brief reference yesterday to the anniversary sevvlcvs in connection with the Congregational Church, whicli tcolc place on Sunday. The church was nicely decorated for the occasion. Special hymns were ren dered liy the choir and children, as sisted by an orchestra. Mr. G. Lap ham acted as conductor, and is to be complimented upon the credit able manner in which t)ie singers ac quitted themselves. Mrs. J. Rayncr presided at the organ with her usual ability. At the morning service, solos werj rendered by Miss G. 'Steward and Miss Whiteley. Dr. Rosehy, father of the Rev. T. B. Roseby, preached im pressive sermons at the morning and evening services. At the afternoon service prizes wefe distributed to the scholars as follows:—Bible class: Irene Rayncr, 1; Violet Larance 2. Senior: 1st, Muriel Wood; 2nd, Lily Grossman. Second Class: 1st, Sarah Saltans; 2nd, Ruth Williams. Third class: 1st, Vera Brown; 2nd, Grace P...
Sydney MarketS. SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
Sydney Market SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. The following were the prices rea lised at to-day's produce sales:— Wheaten chatf: Choice 5/4 to 5/9, prime 5/ to 5/3, good 4/ to 4/11. Oaten chaff: Prime 5/, good 4/6 to 4/10, medium 3/6. Lucerne hay: Uood small bales 3/7 to 4/, good large 3/, prime truss 3/5 to 3/8, good dump 3/7. Lucerne chaff: Choice 5/5 to 5/8. Maize: Prime dry yellow, 4/7. Wheat: Prime chick 3/8, good 3/3 to 3/4. Potatoes: Choice 6/, prime 4/8 to 5/, good 3/6 to 4/1, medium 2/6 to 3/1. Oaten hay: *Good 5/5. Wheaten chaff from Mu'r, Wangoo la, 5/3; from Wood, Woodstock, 4/3; Kirkman, 4/; Lewis, Brewongle, 5/; A. Spears, 4/11. Oaten chaff from Kirkman, Lynd hurst, passed at 4/5, passed at 5/2; wheaten, passed at 4/9; ex Lyndhurst 4/6; from Moore, Garland, passed at 4/4, and sold at 4/8; Leabeater, Lynd hurst, 4/6 and 4/; ex Mlllthorpe a/. Oaten hay from Spears, 5/5. Potatoes, ex Millthorpe, 13 bags branded Bentley 4/1, 10 -bags Toner, 4/8, 9 bags Herbert, 5/: 1...
BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
BAPTIST CHURCH. At next Sunday morning's service the Lord's Supper will lie administered at tlie Orange Baptist Church. In the evening the ordinance ot believer's b'npthim will be observed, when one candidate is to make a public con fession of her faith in Christ as her Saviour. Considerable interest is at taching to the forthcoming visit of the Kcv. A. .T. Waldoclt, the Home Mission Superintendent, who is to be tendered a welcome tea on Friday evening. Tea will bo on the tables at G.MO p.m. It is desired that as many of the members of the church and congregation as possible will lie present to meet the rev. gentleman, whose visit is in connection with the project of erecting a more suitable church building. After-the tea a busi ness meeting will be held. In view of the fact that the function is re lative to business matters, it will, of course, be understood (.hut the tea and meeting arc solely for adults.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
WhatShall IGive? This little question is worrying a lot of us just now, but If you see Hansen's Beautiful Stock of Gift tilings at all prices, the problem will be solved. 9ct. Gold Brooch, set with Ame thyst, Very Strong and Pretty, 10/.' Heaps of other pretty Gift Brooch es, at all prices at Hansen's, Summer-street, ©range, ; 6©©@©©@©©&lt;s©e©©®®&lt;&®0©®©®®@3> A USEFUL GIFT. - Every Lady Appreciates a Pret ty Sterling Silver Manicure Set, that comes .from Hansen's, be cause it's the Very Latest Design. Stg. Sil. Manicure Sets, plain and engraved, in strong velvet lined eases, 10/, 15/, 20/, 30/, to 40/. AT HANSEN'S, (WJicro all the New Tilings nro) suatmer-ST., orange. •-'i'v T Come and Visit Summer-street, Opposite Post Office ORANGE. MOST UP-TO-DATE MUSIC EMPORIUM OUT OF SYDNEY. OVER 24 PIANOS BY BEST MATT15TIS TO CHOOSE PROM. OVER 30.000 COP. OF MUSIC IN STOCK. I-SM'ttU Slock of Kdhson's Miicliiuo and Records.
R.C. CLERICAL CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
R.C. CLERICAL CHANGES. Owing to the death of Dean Mc Auliffe, of Forbes, a great number of changes in the diocese have taken place. It gives up great pleasure to announce that the. great gap created in Jf.C. circles through tlvc late Dean's death lias lie en filled by the appoint ment. of the Rev. Father Campion, who for years has been in charge of the Parkes district.. Father T. Dor an will take Charge of Parkes. Fath er Howard, who for the past fourteen months has acted as assistant to Father Campion, has been transferr ed to Canowindra, as assistant to Father P. J. Doran. Condobolin has been created a separate parish, to the control of which Father J. A. * Dunne has been appointed. ORANGE: Printed and Published by the Proprietor, Porclval Stuart Garling, at "The Leader" Ofiicea Lord's Place, Orange, and Pym f.trogt. MiDthorpOj in sq 13W Scroti' tTelfo, ' "
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
©®©6I@#©#.@©®@© # 9 © © &lt;§ o @ © © © © © © @ ©V ©• ©■ ®: 0 .© :® @ © Q 0 9 ® ?&lt; STEN B ? E THIS IS SOMETHING THAT WILL 1NTEHKST 15VEKY MAX OX THE LAMf. MEADOWBANK PLOUGHS And, in fact, all Meadow-bank Fanning Machinery, means the riving of much money to the fanner who usas it. This is because it is all built o£ tlie Best Steel and Iron, and assembled on scientific principles, whorcby its working life is prolonged to the very utmost, tt also requires less power to work it than most other makes, and the user thereby enjoys the benefits of a. double saving. Cail and let me kIiow you the many advantages of Jteadowiiank Ploughs and Inarming Machinery^ B. J. WALLAG The Anson-street Stores, 1VHEKE GKOCEKIES ,U!E CHEAPEST. ARCHITECT. (0£ Sydney.) HAS •COMMENCED PRACTICE in Ophir Chambers (next to the I.X.L. Stores) ' irt SUMMER-STREET, OR ANGE. SOLICITOR, and COMMISSIONER FOB AFFIDAVITS, MILLTHORPE. The Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society, Limited. Tho lnsuranco Off...
Telegrams. BUTCHERS AND BAKERS' STRIKE IN BRISBANE. BRISBANE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
Telegrams. BUTC1IEKS AM) BAKERS' STIUKE IN BRISBANE. BRISBANE, Monday. Anticipating trouble householders In Brisbane are getting in supplies in readiness for the imminent strike of the butchers and bakers to-morrow, which, it is understood, will com mence at 6 p.m. It is feared .that the railway men are involved, but it is be lieved that guards and engine drivers will remain loyal. The tramway man aged, Mr. Badger, conferred with the Minister for Works, Mr. Barnes, hut the result has not yet been disclosed. Mr. Barnes invited the Labor leaders to meet him this afternoon. The car service was maintained to-day, so ap parently Mr. Badger succceded In filling the places of the engineers who struck. Throughout to-day matters were quiet. The police are enrolling a large number of special constables. The Premier has been asked to hast en his return. The manifesto has been issued by the combined unions, stating a desire for the public to know that tlicy will, in every man ner, assist to hav...