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LIVED TO 110. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
LIVED TO 110. The death occurred at Barham re- cently of Martin Macpherson, of Santa Barbara, Barham, at the age of 110 years. Deceased was born at Sleat, Scotland, in 1802. He came to Mel- bourne in 1853, remained there about 20 years, and then came to the River- ina, New South Wales, where he re- mained up till the time of his death. Up till 1907 deceased was a very healthy (for his exceptionally great age) and active man, and did farm work, wool-rolling, etc., in a very ef- ficient manner. Macpherson was ill only about 21 days prior to death.
GULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
GULAR. We learn from Mr. Jenkins, secre tary of the Gular Jockey Club, Unit Mr. Peter Ferguson has presented tlie club with a starting macnine which was used at tlie Guair races on Friday. Tins is but another of Air. Ferguson's many spirited acts. General disappointment is felt by the ratepayers of the iiourbaii Bore Trust at the small increase in the iiow of tlie bore since Mr. Contractor Crawford cleaned, out and deepened the bore. The increase of 25,U0(J gal lons will not give those far away from the bore head much more water. The death in Coonamble on Satur- &nbsp; day of Mr. Walter Saunders recalls &nbsp; to mind the early mining days of the State, for it was his brother George and a party of three who were the original discoverers of the Gulgong goldfield. George quickly amassed several thousand pounds, but lost the most of it speculating in later years. He now lives at Gular, and can give &nbsp; some very interesting reminiscences &nbsp; of the...
STATION PIONEER'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
STATION PIONEER'S DEATH. The death is announced of a former well-known resident in the person of Mr. A. C. R. Bowler, which took place at his late residence, Penshurst, at the age of 78 years. He was one of the earliest station pioneers, having come to the Lachlan district with his brother, the late Mr. E. C. Bowler, and his brother-in-law, the late Mr. J. B. Sut- ter, about the year 1860?, where they carried on pastoral pursuits till re- cent years, being interested in the fol- lowing stations, viz.: Wandary, Walla Walla, Tomanbil, The Island, Borambil, and Tooragannie. The late Mr. Bow- ler, who left Forbes to reside in Sydney a couple of years back, is survived by a widow and six sons and seven daugh- ters, amongst whom are Mrs. A. Far- rand (Inverell), Mrs. M. C. Langtree (Sydney), Mrs. F. A. Edols (Burra- wong), Mrs. J. S. Rowe (Helens- burg), Mrs. L. J. Margin (Penshurst), Messrs. T. K. Bowler (of Forbes), B. V. Bowler (A.J.S. Bank, Manly), Ernest Bowler (Cobalt, Canada).
THE DEATH OF MARY JANE PHILLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
THE DEATH OF MARY JANE PHILLIPS. In connection with the Coronial in- &nbsp; quiry into the circumstances surround- ing tlhe death of Mary Jane Phillips through some inadvertence in the com- posing room, the Coroner's verdict was omitted from our yesterday's is- sue. A verdict of death from natural causes was returned.
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
BREVITIES. Miss Eileen Healy, who lias just) com pleted her education at St. Mary's College, Bathurst, leaves to-day to join the tieaching staff of the Convent at Wellington. Mi-. Arthur Toolo, teacher at Buv raga, has been transferred to Broken Hill. Mr, Toole had been teaching at Orange, Junction Iteofs. and Man durama, before going to Burraga. At Jindera, near Albury, there is a poddy calf that when it requires a drink and there is no water in tlio trough, will turn tlio tap and ^a-fter having filled himself turn it off again. Bush fires have been raging around tho Tallangatta district, especially about Double Gully, in the vicinity of Messrs. M'Donad, Haire, Hillas, and oliiers. Willing hands have kepi) it well under. No serious damage has been done. ! Tho fruit shops and _ refreshment rooms in town did a roaring trade 011 Saturday, night. Some aver that it 1 was better than on Xmas Ere. AU (lie Albury Police Court on Wed nesday afternoon, before Mr. H. F. Roberts, P.M., a young...
BENEFIT SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 30 January 1912
Beneftt social A benefit social will be tendered to Mrs George Fox of east orange who has been bereft of her husband at the Oddfellow s hall on Thursday 8th February next the Misses Walsh (2) and Neal are the hon secs to the laudable movement Double tickets have been fixed at 3/ gents 2/6 and ladies 1/6 As Mrs Fox and her four children are in practically destitute circumstance it is hoped that the patronage to be accorded the function will be very substautial &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1912
m 1,1,1 AH 1) TOUilNA'AlENT. At; Frnpo's billiard suloon 011 Mon day night. It. Davios, 30 on, boat H. CuVrio, 25 on, 121-151; T. AlcAtilcy, .10 boat A. Townsend, scr,, 85-152;• Trcsoillian, 10 behind, Shakespeare, 30 fui. nluved on Tuesday night.
THE DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1912
THE DROUGHT. Millthorpo appears to be following tho example of Now Zealand and "S°" jii^r dry." Hain is budly needed 101 tlio potatoes and other crops. Wo 110 tico (ihat Mr. John iMvin mid oiuici residents are carting water into town. Everybody wants to see a heavy down pour before long.
SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1912
SALVATION AH MY. We regret to report uuil impiuiu AVIicelrr, oi' Millthorpe, who is still on furlough in Victoria, is still very un wMi, and will nob ho able to rosunic chargo of the iUilUhorpe corps^ foi some weeks. In the meantime Lieut. Morton is efficiently carrying out the duties of the position.
MANILDRA MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1912
MANILDBA MEMS. The general topic now is the hot weat her and dust. There appears to bo a dry spell on, and t\g a result waier for domestic purposes is running very short at many places, and feed for stock is past diminishing. The corn crops are a failure due to want of rain. A large area was planted 'too. The stock are now eating off in most places. Wheat is still coming in pretty freely, Daiton Bros, having some ' 30,000 hags stacked. Chaff is also coming in a groat deal. More would ho brought forward but owing to want of Urucks there is now place where it can be stacked convenient to the line, so as a result teams tors and cutters are almost idle. Horses and men are eat ing all the profit, waiting the good plea sure of Tom Johnson and Go's, trucks. Every years appears to. bo getting worse despite the fact that a Labor_ Govern ment is ruling, and thait sucIT matters ivei'O i&lt;o l)o put on a better basis if they got the'reins. Now what about itf? The Boree Shiro Councillor...
THE HON P. W. CONEYBEER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1912
THE HON P. W- CONEYBEER. In our copy of the Adelaide "Dally Herald" of Saturday appears a two column biographical sketch of our old townsman, the Hon. F. W. Coneybeer, Minister for Education in the S.A. Legislative Assembly, from which we take the following:— The Hon. Frederick William Coney beer, Minister for Education, was born in Bristol, England, on September 27, 1859, and arrived in Sydney with his parents in 1865, whien they went straight from the ship's side Inland 200 miles west, crossing the Blue Mountains by coach, and settled in the town of Orange. It was here that the future member for Torrens re ceived his education at the old nation, al school of that town, and afterwards learnt Ms trade as a collarmaker with his father at Summer-street, Orange. From quite a youngster Mr. Coney beer took an activo part in musical matters, and for about eight years was in the Volunteer Military Band, and was the first lad admitted to the Mili tary band in that part of the western distri...
CYCLE ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1912
CYCLIC HOAl) KACIO. Following are the handicaps lor to day's road race: A. Jar vis scratch;, \V' -Ijou^ scratch; AlcAubcr, Foresti Reefs scratch; 0. Necdham, 10 sees.; 0 Toms, 33. .Haziest, 20 sees.; G . Goocle, 30 sees.; I I . Willis, 1 inin. 10 sees; C. Slattcry, V. Simrkes, A Kank'll, L min. 30 sees.; il. Rem, ^ mins.
MARTIN BROTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1912
MARTIN BROTHERS. In oui- advertising columns will be seen an announcement referring to the above firm. These gentlemen, who have purchased the produce business lately carried on . so successfully by James Bonnon and Coy., of Orange, come with a big reputation in that line. Hailing from the Hunter Valley they have had the good fortune to have been bred and born in the busi ness, and tluere is not one point In the world of produce with which they are not familiar. The senior partner, Mr. W. P. Martig, has just resigned from the firm of Prescott's Ltd., after being with them for eleven years, and on severing his connection with the house Prescotts made him a presenta tion of n gold watch, albert and me dal. A well known man on the west amongst business people and farm ers, we predict a successful issue of the above business. The partners are built on hustle lines, and mean to get busy at once. We are creditably informed that they are intent on hold ing weekly sales after the style of t...
DIRTY DRINKING WATER IN BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1912
DIRTY DRINKING WATER IN BATHURST. _ No wonder JLSatlrarst is becoming ue pnpulatod, what with Iho heat, the dust, and the genoral funeral aspect of the tott'ii in general, the poor people of that maligned town have now another burden to contend with, as this excerpt from a Bathurst paper will show:— Wo were yesterday shown a sample of wa'lur drawn through the tap at the residence of Mr. R. Holgato, Lower Rockett-.street that could be recom mended neither for drinking purposes, for the shower, nor for washing clot hes. It was a four-otinco bottle full, and when allowed tjt> stand for a few seconds the sediment, of a red clay and [ sandy nature, occupied fully one-fourtli of the spacc. At a pinch, it might do for a shower, it would certainly turn white clothes yellow, while for , drinking purposes—well mostl people would prefer beer. Mr. Bolgate's houso nuisit bo on the dead end of the water main, or close to it. If not., there are reasonable grounds for an in vestigation.
A BURGLAR SCARE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1912
A BURGLAR SCARE. Some commotion was caused m a residence in Byng-street, on Monday night. It appears that a man had been seen prowling about the house, and under suspicious circumstances, hut nothing came of it, At the .house nest door the people were bordering on panic, fearful that the burglar would pay them a visit. Shortly after dark, one of the inmates aslced her brother for a match, when he, in a joke, handed her a box of vestas, and on opening it a variety of Xmas beetle fastened on to her hand. She scream ed, and her screaming becoming con tageous, spread all over the house, all hands taking part in it, expecting that Bill Syltes in legions were burgling the house. The neighbors, becoming alarmed, also rushed in to render as sistance, and when the real state of affairs came to be known, recrimina tions followed and the subsequent proceedings would be interesting read ing matter if we were to publish them.
HUNTER RIVER MEN AT ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1912
HUNTER RIVER MEN AT ORANGE. Wo take tho following from the "Maitland Mercury":—"Martin Bro thers intend .starting a general pro aduce and commission agency business in Orange as successors to the-'old es tablished firm of J. Bonnor and Co. Mr. W. P. Martin, one f the firm, has been for many years connected with I'rescott, Limited; of Sussex-silrcet, Sydney, has had a varied experience in tho trade in this and other States, and Tasrriania, and is now severing his connection with tho well-known firm to join his brothers on their own account. They are sons of Mr. M. -T. Martin, J.P., a well-known and highly respect ed resident of "Martinholme," Ray mond Terraco."