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[?] R CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
•n it CONCERT. *m' ght, ati tlio conclusion of tao :r. services, an oxceihnt ,) mop n oert oi a. sacred > har , r ci hi i by Messrs Nicholson ■Linl Co . ■> music depot in .liiui mor-.-tr-.-iot. ic hundreds of people, including visitors to tho town, .'atli'irei cna.iv!, aud highly apprecia ted tliv entertainment.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
n T! \i ElmM hd uiL its ^ ' t a SOLE AGENTS FOR Summer?street, steinway, flDIiAE BRINSMEAD, UKM&lijt, FEURICH, BEST'S PICTURES BOX PLAN MIGNON, LARGEST STOCK OUTSIDE SYDNEY OP EDISON MACHINES AND RECORDS!. OVER 8000 TO CHOOSE FROM. SOLD ON Easy T^RMS. OLD PIANOS OR ORG > ,\!g TAKEN AS t' PART PAYMENT, -ND HIGHEST VALUE ALLOWING. . c RUSCHFLER, Manage. vy/ilali sciuw: ' Willi Yo u. : KIsalalTismeS' A Serviceable
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
#aao#®©#e#ac©§e©««e&lt;8##f®«®# ! What Shall I Give? This l.ttio ^i.tiliou is worrying a lor. of us just now, but- if you see Hansen's Beautiful Stock of Gift things at all prices, the problem v» ill be solved. 9cf. 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, 0range, A USEFUt, (JJFT. t v*>3toriv a(I^p''r!atft» a Pret 4\ *. Silvp-f^Maniciire Set that comes fr,Ifw ,y • ' ,e > ' cause it's the- r 'Pw®n . e" *»} Latest Design. Sts. Sil. Manicure Sets, plain and engraved, in strong velvet lined cases, 10/, 15/, 20/, 30/, to 40/. AT HANSEN'S, OVliero all the New Tilings are) . SUMMER-ST., ORANGE.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
COSINE.* Arossne is a Spray lioh la acknowledged throughout the" world aa being the stepoi to Fortune made easily by VAMOSS,. FRTOTGffiOW- EES. GARDENERS, BTO. ARGSINB - fa «Mo©McdIy tha praparatlca yoa need, for It 1b Cheap, Safe (con SaSatBK m> patson), and is very efflca clous In absolutely clcansing away MLd# F33TS AND DISEASE appert®, luing to vegetation, mioh aa W3ER mem. ' SLUGS. * OODUH MOTE 0RESH FLY. COLORADO BEETLE. COTTON WORMS. 1 POTATO, BUG, APfflg. Etc., Etc. AS A DAISY DISEKPEOTAHT AROSINE HAS NO EO.UAT.. 60 (Salterns for 30 P&nce, A Dry Powder, which can bo mixed with ease in cold vater, and can • be used with any pump, (hand or otherwise.") SOLE JLUKJTTS FOB OEAJfGS: DALTON BROTHERS LIAil» ED TTOOLESALE* DE CARLES MOBILE AND 00.. M WTT-OTRBST, STDNX2Y; 47500IjLINS-®',nU5H!T, MBLBOUHNE. llllllllllll8lillllUI(9lilllllllllll»ll!IIllUIIIIII!ligilllliIIIIIIIII9llll!(l!Slllli!itl(IIHIIllUllt K The Trade Palace, ] MILLTHORPE. I We are back to Work again feeling...
"AS THE WORLD JUDGED HER." CHAPTER XXII. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
CHAPTER XXII. (Continued.) No one had the courage, the kind-( ness to . remember that she was very young, and that neither wealth nor position, neither rank nor title could fill any human heart. She was an ornament in a ball room, a wonderful attraction at a dinner table. People came to meet her who would not accept invitations unless she were present, and she was always at her brightest and best! when Sir Lionel was there. Wheels w.ithin wheels, and those same remorseless wheels of society crushed her finally. I|teii»jpis the same with Sir Lionel. An^jn^fthe crowd of grey-haired men not^ifie.spoke a word of warning; on the ' contrary, when tliey saw him coming each made way for_him—no one attempted to monopoliso her at tention when Sir Lionel was present. That is how the world acts—at first in a highly respectable fashion, and because it fears to "offend anyone in a high position, it encourages tho sin; then, w.hen the sin "is f®und out, the sinner is simply crushed and ig nored. T...
BRUTAL ASSAULT AND ROBBERY. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
BRUTAL ASSAULT AMD ROBBERY. SYDNEY, Monday. ( A brutal assault and robbery occur red at Parramatta on Saturday even ing, the victim being John Sheridan, .21, residing at Good-street. May's Hill, Parramatta. Sheridan, who is at present an in mate of the local hospital, informed the police that he %vas set upon by a number of young men, who ^kicked him about the head and body. He was found unconscious in the street, and taken to the hospital by the ambulance corps, -tie police arriving on the scene at the same time. The young man was very much battered about. His face was covered with'blood, and his lips were split open; altogether he appeared to have a particularly bad time of it. This morning he was onlyi semi-conscious, and appeared to be seriously ill. The exact nature of his injuries has not yet been determined. Sheridan stated that he had been rob bed of £20. Later particulars to hand state ,that two arrests have been made.
SENSATIONAL SMASH-UP NEAR HARGRAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
SENSATIONAL SMASH-UP NEAR HARGEAVES. An accident happened at Sugarloaf, 15 miles on tlio Mudgee side of Har gravcs last Friday evening. A four nureo cordial van, heavily laden with "auipties," was being driven from Margraves to Mudgee by Don Camer on, who was accompanied by several others, and when descending Tucker's Hill, a particularly steep and danger ous five-mile stretch of road, the brake failed, but without serious result at that stage. About five miles further on the occupants of the .van got off, ex cept Cameron, McKenzie, and McCal luin. Tho vehicle went at top speed down the liill, the horses getting be yond control. At a sharp turn in the road tilt van crashed milo the em bankment and overturned. Cameron was pinned beneath one of the wheels and was badly injured about tho thigh as well as being cut about the head aud face. He was unconscious for four hours. McKen/.ie and McCallum were terribly cut about me face and head. Tho horses were uninjurods but the van was smashe...
BAND IN THE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
BAND IN THE PARK. Cook Park presented, an animated appearance on Sunday afternoon and a large concourse of people enjoyed the sweet music discoursed by the Orange Town Band, and Bandmaster Johnson deserves a deal of oredit for the pitch of proficiency to which he has raised the standard of the local baud. The scene in the park was pret ty, indeed, tho colors of the flowers blending harmoniously with the colors of ilhe ladies' dresses, who promenaded the well laid out walks or listened to the band, while resting on tiio seats provided by a benificent council. We could do with more music there, in fact, every Sunday throughout the summer season if it were not asking too much.
CHILD'S BODY IN LAGOON. WAGGA WAGGA, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
CHILD'S BODY IX LAGOON. WAGGA WAGGA, Monday. The body of a newly-born female child has been found in the Wollundry Lagoon at Wagga Wagga , much de composed, though well developed. The remains, which were wrapped In a large piece of black cloth and torn strips of bed sheeting, must have been In the water for soma weeks. From inquiries made, the parcel seems to have keen noticed by a number of littte girls, who had no idea what it contained, and amused them selves by throwing stones at it. A drover who came there to water his team was the first to discover its con tents. There is hope that the mater ial in which the bddy was wrapped may furnish a valuable clue to the identity of the persons responsible.
TOTALISATOR COMMISSION. AUCKLAND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
TOTALISATOB COMMISSION. AUCKLAND, Monday. Sir George Clifford, for 15 years chairman of the New Zealand Racing Conference, and a leading Dominion owner, gave strong evidence on Sat urday in favor of the totalisator bo fore "the New South Wales Commission: at present making investigations hcie He said he regarded the machine as a means of suppressing bettins and im proving the general status of racing. Evidence given by, Inspector Callen, for 13 years in charge 'he police in this district, was considered by the Commissioners to l>e of special value. The inspector strongly supported the totalisator system of betting which, he said, tended to reduce the volume of betting, and to continue investing in the machine to those present on the racecourse the legislature had been enabled to regulate gambling. He was opposed to bookmakers plying their calling either on or off the course. The credit system involved in bookmakiug led to more trouble and embezzlement than the "tote" could ever d...
ORANGE VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
ORANGE VISITORS. Mr. C. Metcaife, who was a resident of Grange, until a year ago, is paying a flying visit to tUo old town. Air. Mctcalte, who is representing tho In ternational Harvester Co., of America, is now a resident of the wheat district! of Cowra, and is leaving his wife and family hero for a cool change. We also noticed Mr. and Mrs. Stansfield Berry, of the Trundle district, who are glad to escape tho heat of the far west, if only for a, week or two. Many back country folk aro to be met with wherever you turn now that the holiday season is here.
SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
SICKNESS. , Mr. W. Feltham, of Woodward street, West Orange, was 011 Saturday taken ill with aymptoms consistent with typhoid i'over, his tcinpcraouro reaching to 103 degrees. Medical aid was sought and the case was diagnised as gastritis. On Sunday his tempera ture was normal and his condition much improved. Yesterday, however, he was not so well.
DICK ARNST BRUTALLY ASSAULTED. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
DICK AllNST BKUTALLY ASSAULTED. SYDNEY, Monday. • It has now been made public that Dick Arnst, the champion sculler of the world (who recently visited Bath urst) was brutally assaulted by four drunken men at Manly on Boxing night. Arnst, who was staying at Manly, was awakened on the night by a dis turbance outside and the use. of bad language. He dressed himself, went ^"'■•vsuid remonstrated with them. them then suddenly set upon list, however, put up a will but the fourth man tore a -om a fence near by and dealt ipion oarsman a couple of se •!ws on the head. Arnst fell to &lt; .,&nd remained there un ' 1 > ,iifa, until some passers by con 1 . him to the hospital. His skull, was l&id bare, and on the left side of; the ,head there was a big, gaping wound. He is now progressing well.
COOK PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
COOK PARK. At present m our Cook Park thero are blooming in all their multi-color ed magnificence, every variety of the now extensively cultivated sweet pea. The beds are a blaze of color of every hue and harmonise greatly with the greens of tho grass and foliage, and present a very pleasing aspect. Oar nations this year in the Park are also looking very well, while the splendid spring and summer blooms, combined with the well-kept lawns, must be very satisfying indeed to the garden ers, as well as the Council, who are responsible for the upkeep of the placo. Visitors to Orango aro loud in their praises of tho park and spend most of their afternoons lolling in the cool shades afforded by the leafy oaks and elms.
McVEA-LANGFORD MATCH. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
McVEA-LAJfGlOlU) MATCH. SYDNEY, Monday.' I Mr. Flowers, M.L.C., acting for the® Premier, yesterday received a report'' from Police Superintendent Goulder,i on the McVea-Langford fight last' Tuesday. Mr. Goulder says that at large body of police was present to preserve order. Everything passed off satisfactory from the police view. The contestants were in good health, evenly matched, and boxed [airly in , accordance with the recognised rules laid down by the Government. Neither McVea nor Langford was severely punished, but towards the end of the contest, which lasted twenty rounds, Langford's right eye was closed by a swelling. However, Dr. Parry, Medi cal Superintendent of Sydney Hospital, assured the Superintendent that Lang ford was not suffering any severe pain, and that Langford was then the stronger of the two, so he (the super intendent) did not interfere. I
NEW FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
NEW FIRM. in our advertising columns will be found the announcement of a now firm of auctioneers, who are about to ex ploit Orange in pursuance of their calling. The firm is a branch of Wheat Ioy and Co., of G'ondobolin, who, hav ing a big business in lihat town "have decided to extend their ramifications further afield. Their opening sale eventuates on Thursday,
TATT[?]SALL'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912
TATTiJUSAU/S KAOES. '..hero who *2?,000 spectators at Tati .+e-,Sail's Surer 6r Race Meeting which pn':&lt;l at, ii;i,i:^wick 011 Saturday. The vaults ot four 'if tlio events wore puo . '/'shed in our i suc on Saturday even /n£. Grist .^-jounted for the Pace n- one. mile. Brown Davo b'ing / second and Blue Flyer third. . The wimu-r started at 6 to 1, negotiating tb* distance! in 1.42.J. Sandbatli won the Duiman Handicap of 1| miles, Crown Dcrhv coming second, and IViw 3en third, *rho winner's pricc was 6 to I. Timo, '