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WESTERN DISTRICT RACING ASSOCIATION DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

WE«W0DTAT¥s°iHU Wollar J.C., January 4. Woodstock J.O., January 26. Marengo, January 26. Cortdobolin Hospital, January 31. Lagoon J.C., February 3. W.D.R.A., Orange, February 9 and 10. Wallarawang J.C., February 17. Gilgandrn J.O., February 21 and 22. Koorawatha J.O., February 28. Orange J.C., March 1 and 2. Orange and District Picnic Race Club, March 5 and 6. Forbes J.C.j March 7 and 8. Parkos J.C., March 13 and 14. H.A.O.B.S.,'Orange, March 16. Mudgeo T. Club., March 16. H.A.O.B.S.,1 Cowra, March 20. H.A.O.B.S., Forbes, March 20. H.A.O.B.S, Grenfell, March 22. Wallarawang J.O., March 23. Molong J.C., March 28 and '20. Eugowra J.O.. April 3. Cowra J.O., April 8 and 9. Canowindra J.O., April 11. Goolagong J.C., April 12. C'ondobolin J.O., April 16 and 17. | Gulgong J.C.;. April 17. I Bathurat J.C., April 19, 20 and 22. Mudgoe T.O.,* April 26 and 27. Dubbo J.C., April 26 and 27. Wellington J.C., May 1 and 2. Grenfell, May 1 and 2. Wallerawang J.O., May 4, Trangie J.C., May 7 and 8. W...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

DESIRABLE TOILET SOAP'S. Should always be pure and dainty. Perfume does not malce a soap, al though the majority of people prefer soaps that Impart a delicate odor to the Glrin. Unscrupulous manufactur ers take advantage of this desire for scented soaps, and perfume , cheap soaps that are often unfit to use pn the skin and offer them In fancy wrap pers for toilet use. You will like our Superfatted Skin Soap. We have never yet found anyone who could find a fault in it—it keeps the skin soft and smooth. It is just what everybody wants to protect the skin from the effects of sun and dry winds. Sold In boxes at 1/6 or 8d a cake. Brcnnnn'p Pharmaay. Orango he Leading and most up-to-date House in the West for Men's and Boys' Wear. Our iuclonts have just lauded and cus tomers will among them tho most exclusive designs in everything pertaining to GENTLEMEN'S SUITINGS Our well-known TAILORED SUITS are built on the Premises by only the Best of Workmen. Prices: 70/, 75/, 80/, 90/, 100/. Try on...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMEBUSH SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

HOMEBUSII SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. The sheep market at Homebush sales to-day was a good one; but not equal to the extremely high rates rul ing last day, when, owing to the ex ceptionally small supply values were fictitious. Comparing this morning's prices with those before Christmas, the market was better. Upwards of 43,100 sheep were advised Irom 186 owners, and about 43,000, .including Jambs, were penned. There was only a moderate supply of lambs forward, mostly trade descriptions, and, oc casionally, pens of prime lambs and suckers. The market was not equal to last Thursday. One of the heaviest supplies of cat tle for a long time was forwarded. About 3100 were yarded, and the market opened 10/ to 15/ lower. The details are:—From Athol Estate Blayney, SG xw, 14/10, 100 at 13/8 to 13/9, 40 at 10/11, 9 xe, 12/4; W. C. Russ, Trangie, 35 e at 14/S, 55 at 11/10; Treweeke, Molong, 12 xe 9/11, 161 e 7/, 145 e at 6/1; H, Lacey .Tunr., Dubbo, 26 xh at 12/li, 31 at 10/8; H. Lacey. Sear., 50...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILD RAN OVER BY A MOTO[?] CYCLIST. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

CTTTT.D RAN OVF.R BY A MOTOI CYCLIST. A. scovchinc motor cvcHsCcatnc vfv close to maiming a Httle girl in Re street, near Cook Park, yesterjy pfternoou. The little one was knot ed over, and the wheels passed o>r her feet.. Fort.nna.telv sh<vniiraculns ly escaped injury. The scorcher til not sufficient humanity, about. himjo stop to ascertain whether the cljd was hurt or not. When will Je Council take steps to supnress unrty fast travelling in the streets? Mjit a fatality first occur?. Any da v'jr TiiEht motorists may be seen whirter thrniich the busy streets at fromjO to 25 miles an hour, and the wonir i is that some serious, catastrophe W not occurred ere thiEi. !. I

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

WE ARE GRAIN AND PRO j ' DUOE SPECIALISTS. FOR BEST RESULTS AND PROMPT RETURNS CONSIGN YOUR POTATOES, CHAFF. AHD OTHER PRODUCE TO OS. BRYANT & HAYES (Successors to John Bridge and Co.) KING AND SUSSEX STS., SYDNEY. AOCTI0U SAJJS0 AT BK(*IN the New Year by getting the Best Bread and Cakes and Pastry procurable at R. Ogston's Anson-st. Bakery. Phone 112. McLEAN and Co. have for sale what: you require. Call and take it away. WANTED—Boy for Engineering. Ai> ply T. J. Robinson and Co., Foundry, Orange. & 800, on very easy terms, is asked for good, roomy brick cottage, ,and one acre of land. Apply Harry Chandler, Peisley-street, Orange. FOR SALE—Pretty Cottage in Orange, owner leaving district. Rare bar gain. Apply Nancarrow and Son, Auctioneers. i VI. II. TULLOCK, Carpenter and Join er. Repairs and alterations a spe cialty. Estimates free. "Avondale," Byng-street, Orange. LOST—4 Ewes and 2 lambs, from Spring Terrace, last Saturday. Re ward on giving information to G. R...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREE ART LESSONS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

FREE ART LESSONS. In our advertising columns will ie found a notification to the effect tat the Sinerer Machine Co. liave secuad the services of an expert ladv teace'' in the art of drawn thread work nd the manipulation of the davnincr i,a chine. This little mnch'ne is a raf ter of .simplicity and minimises to in enormous extent the darning of sofcs arid stockings. The lessons are tojie slven free of charge, and !t hehovesill those ladies who are the fortunte nossessors of Singer machines. Sf' who wint to learn all thn art wrk that, can he dore with them, to mre early application for the lessons.at the show rooms in Summer-streel

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CANOBOLAS SHIRE COUNCIL. AN IMPORTANT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

GUJOBOLAS SHIRE COUNCIL. AN IMPOItTANT MEETING. A meeting of the Canobolaa.Shire Council was held at tho offices, in Byng-street, yesterday. There von, present Councillors Hoey 0>««dent), Watts, Chapman, Lime, Fiench, and Di'Ihe'minutts of tti© previous wtlre read and confirmed, mid coi lion Creek Progress Association, »' > ing several requests, which are to bo a1ien£d!°Taylor and Weston, Ltd wrote asking for attention to the load on tho llosedalo Estate. y Cr. Dalton moved, and -Or. W seconded that the Council attend t _ 4I10 main road through the abo uorty. The motion was carried. A request for attention ' 1 in tho Borenore locality was leieuul to tt.T.ly »«■!■ instructed to g^'e th° mAtter at n ti(Xh0 Shire Clerk, Mr. G. T. Flem ing, present tho yearly financial statom ^tesjtjont sai<l by ^e l'epuvt '<• was to be seen that tho O got a very substantial shai expenditure. Tho report J]' , i __ satisfactory one. He in^ed the adop tion of the balance shoot....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

tbb ©ld ROYAL ~ HOTEL, CARCOAR. S. Callan, Tattersall's Hotel, C OBAKSE. - c "VTAS e»ft*cte4 ty W. Je&nB. IS HOW csTO&M&sd by J. S. Mayne Oa tke tsaiaa T&sreash asid Up-t©-tete iteea aa before. TMe ^y^giEES^fca is Flrk. The Brfe&u era tha boat brssfi&s brc«! ear fiJstSl ed. ! Tbo BteKta® to a EjstSsJRy.' g&©&a®a^o©®3<3<ggg#e®o@®®&gQ Grand Western Ho eel, MILLTHOEPE. C. E. FRA £, I'ltOPEIETOJl, Tlio Leading Commercial Hotel of the West. Customers are shown every courtesy, j and no effort is spared to ensure their comfort. The Bar of the Grand Western Is Famous for the Excellence of the Liquors Stocked. I High-class Table Kept, the Meals ! all being Prepared by an Experienced Chef. The Rooms are all Spacious, Well-1 Furnished and Cleanly Kept, under the | direct personal supervision of Mrs. Frape. The Stables are under the care of a | Competent Groom. Millthorpe is a Natural Sanatorium, and p...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Markets. (From our Special Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

Sydney Markets. (From our Special Reporter.) (So that "Leader" readers may keep in touch with, all Sydney markets we have arranged for reports to be tele phoned each night by our special re porter. By this means farmers, or chardists and business people will be placed in possession of information many hours earlier than it is avail able in the Sydney papers.)

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BAND IN THE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

BAND IN THE PARK. Last night a great concourse of peo^ ple turned out to hear the band in Robertson Park. The night was re sponsible for the crowd, as it ■vvas simply perfect, and moonlight. : A "splendid programme of music tos rendered, and was well appreciated by the audience. {

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WHEAT MARKET. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

THE WHEAT MAItKET. SYDNEY, Thursday. The wheat market opened to-day with a few sales of New South Wales old wheat on. millers' account, at 3/7%. From now on very little old wheat will be bought by the Sydney millers. They will practically con fine their attention to the new crop,, as has been the case for some time with the shippers from Darling Island. The metropolitan millers "are distin guishing between prime (unbleached) new wheat and the big grain. The latter is worth an extra farthing a bushel. A great deal of bleached wheat is still in Sydney. There is already in Sydney excellent demand for New South Wales new flour. The bakers are brisk buyers of old flour to en sure supplies to see them over the hot months.

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THERE ARE MANY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

THERE A"RE MANY. There are many remedies for the hair, but we can safely say that there i Is not one which has so many friends as Tressolinc, the hair tonic that [ kills the dandruff germ and makes your hair grow. Tressoline is used every where, and the sale is increas i ing daily, the best proof that evasy I user is satisfied. Clean your head*of I dandruff ,and have nice hair. We re turn your money if Tressoline fails to do alLwe claim. Sold in 2/ and 1/ bottles, by Fox Martin, Orange.—0.

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FRUIT MARKET. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

FRUIT MARKET. SYDNEY, Thursday. There was a good supply at the fruit market to-day, and prices re mained practically unchanged.

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PONY RACES FOR ORANGE [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

PONY RACES FOR ORANGE;' Mr. W. Pulbrook has been in tcsvn during the week trying to negotftte for a suitable piece of ground forihe purpose of making a race track frf a ponv meeting. 1-Ie has been lookng at the showground with an eye to pit ting it, but we do not know whetler he has succeeded or not. At any lite if he is successful in obtaining the e qu'site ground, he will put on a £>0 programme. We do not see whv' a pony club would net be a success hee. i as in other places in the north Hid ! south, and there are prosperous p,6y clubs, for instance at Coonamble'ad ( Gunnedah. and t.lie little 'uns are s tronised almost as well as the iigf horses.

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SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY. Thursday. There was another heavy yarding of mixed produce at the Sydney sales to-day. The demand for chaff con tinued strong, ,and values for oaten advanced 5/; wheaten showed a slight weakness. There was a large supply of potatoes, and they were reduced by 5/ a ton. The prices which are be ing obtained are too high to last for any time, and a sudden decline may be expected soon. Lucerne chaff has been extremely scarce for some time. This morning a few consignments were of fered, and were sold at high figures, buyers operating excitedly, and good quality brought 4/6, and choice 5/9 a cwt. Not much was done in maize. Two truck loads were offered, but buy ers refused to pay more than 3/113/£. Wheat was in better demand, and values were Id a bushel better than yesterday. Chaff: Choice wheaten 5/4 to 5/8, prime 5/ to 5/3, good 4/9; choice oat en 5/4 to 5/7, prime 5/2, good 4/9 ; choice lucerne chaff, 5/9, prime 5/ to 5/3, good 4/6. Lucerne hay: Good small ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EARLIER TRAIN FOR STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

EARLIER TRAIN FOR STOCKi SALES. As a result of an interview by Mr. J. S. Leeds with the Superintendent of Railways recently, the Railway I)e partrnent have arranged a special train from Bathurst to enable Vmyirs to arrive at 10,31 a.m. instead ofi'as heretofore 11.40. This is good news ;or a great many of the numerous buyjrs who attend our stock sales from iie eastern port'on of the line. The train started to run retrularly frmi yesterday, and leaves Bathurst at 550 a.m., Blayney 9.23 a.m. and is dueto arrive in Orange at 10,31 a.m j

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Local and General. MISS ELLA CASPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

Local and General. MTSS ELLA CASPERS. We ar epleased to inform the many admirers of Miss Ella Caspers, who are undoubtedly watching her career in the Old Country, that Sir Alexan der McKenzie has again extended her scholarship for a further period, of 12 ! months.

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RAILWAY LEAGUE FOR ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

RAILWAY LEAGUE FOR ORANGE. Jn connection with the many yro jected lines in the Stale at present under consideration it has been our lot in the past to be neutral in the matter of linking up and extension. Bui' now that the big undertaking of linking up our line from Condobolin to Broken Hill has taken root in the minds*of our large western and central western population, even more so than tho rest of the State, we should be alive to the fact that any other route save that from Condobolin would not be of any benefit to our town of Or ange. When one comes to consider the immense tract of country that is to he opened up, and. the facilities that will be afforded us for another market for our produce, and that market one of 1,he best in the State, can wo sit still when other places are up and doing and raising heaven and earth to procure the extension from their town. The Orange district is known far and wide, and the pro ductiveness of its. soil is of _ sucn a nature that'we can grow a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESBYTERIAN MODERATOR VISITS FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

PRESBYTERIAN MODERATOR VISITS FORBES. The Right Rev. R. Kay, M.A., Mod- | erator of the Presbyterian Church of New South Wales, has been on a visit to Forbes. On Saturday night he was tendered a civic reception by the local church. On Sunday ho had a busy day. At 10.30 he addressed the mem bers of the Fellowship Association. At 11 he conducted service, and dispens ed the Sacrament of the Lord's Super. At 3 p.m. he gave a special address on church life and work. At 7.30 he con ducted a service In the Town Hail, and at 11.30 a watch night scrv'ce in the church. On Wednesday he laid the foundation stone of a new church at Eugowra.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BATHURST TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

THE BATHURST TURF CLUB. As stated in our issue of yesterday the A.J.C. has upheld the appeal of the Bathurst Turf Club against the de cision of the W.D.R.A.; and has .granted January 26 and 27 as the dates of the club's annual meeting. Mr. R. M. Lindsay, secretary of the Ba tliurst Turf Club, received an official notification "on Wednesday night. A meeting of the club was held subse quently, and naturally considerable jubilation was manifested. It was decided to give prize money to the amount of £430, the Blackdown Han dicap and the Bathurst Cup to absorb £60 and £100 respectively. There will be six races on the first day, and five races on the second day. Mr. J. J. Sullivan, who has all along strenu ously advocated secession, is now per fectly satisfied.

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