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SYDNEY GOVERNMENT HOUSE. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

SYDNEY GOVERNMENT HOUSE. MELBOURNE, Thursday. The Commonwealth Ministers and the visiting State Ministers had a con ference to-day. Mr. Fisher said a number of matters had been discussed, including transferred properties, but no definite arrangements had been come to. As regarded Sydney Govern ment House, an arrangement had been made, particulars of which he could not disclose; but he indicated that the arrangement which Mr. McGowen had described, as both tentative and tem porary, was merely to obviate imme diate difficulties, and that in the near future the New South Wales Govern ment would resume absolute possess ion of the Sydney Government House, leaving the Commonwealth Govern ment to make its own arrangements.

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

VALUABLE ESTATES. SYDNEY, Thursday. The estate o£ the late J. P. Joseph son, civil engineer, was valued lit £27,732. The "estate of the late Dr. Richard tiaraman, or Hardman Brothers, bis cuit manufacturers, was valued at £20,000.

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THE HON T. HUGHES' IMPRESSIONS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

THE HON T. HUGHES' IMPRES SIONS. SYDNEY, Thursday. Mr. Thomas Hughes to-day returned from England. He says that Australia is completely overshadowed in London by Canada and New Zealand. They have better advertising, and give bet ter assistance to immigrants. Mr. Hughes said one of the things that impressed him most was the hos tility towards England shown by European countries. His impressions on the Continent were that war would take place within two years. The in dustrial conditions of Britain general ly are most deplorable.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

    DEATH OF MR. THOMAS PEETE.     Mr. Thomas Peete, a farmer, and a resident of Trundle, expired at the   Orange Hospital on Wednesday night from heart disease at the age of 61   years. Deceased had been an inmate   of the institution for about 6 weeks.   He leaves a large family. Some years ago the deceased gentleman was known around the Ophir as a fossicker, and worked on the Macquarie River be- tween the Ophir and Stuart Town. The Eight Hour dance in the Odd- fellows' Hall on Wednesday night was well attended and proved enjoyable. Mr. Reg Smith was Master of Cere- monies. A waltzing competition be- tween J. Freeman and E. Richards resulted in a win for the latter. On tho 26th instant, the Church of England and Methodist Sunday Schools will combine and engage a special train to convey the scholars to Bloomfield, where the annual out- ings are to be held.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

WEDDINGS.   A pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Mark's Church of England, Mil- thorpe on Wednesday morning, when Rev. R. H. D. Kelly united in the holy bonds of matrimony Mr. William   Thomas Everett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Everett, of Maryvale, and Miss Violet Rose Howell, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howell, of Forest Reefs. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a charming dress of striped ninon, with oriental trim- mings and orange blossoms, and wore the customary wreath and veil. She also wore a gold ring and gold watch, both gifts of the bridegroom. The   bridesmaid. Miss Eva Howell, was prettily attired in a dress of cream voile, and she wore a brooch, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. T. Howell act- ed as best man. The bride's travelling dress was of a navy chrystalline voile, with navy trimmings to match. The happy couple left by the passenger train for the metropolis, where the honeymoon will be spent. The following ...

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NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. From our Exchanges. GULGONG. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 5 January 1912

NEWS FROM EVERY WHERE. From our Exchanges. GULGONG. Mr. Albert Nott, of "Oakfield,'' had the misfortune to get one of his feet caught in the beaters of a harvester one day last week. The limb was rather badly lacerated.   Quite a number of old residents spent their holidays iu Gulgong. Among them we noticed Messrs. Arthur aud Lester Upham, sons of Mrs. James Clark, and brothers to Messrs. Harry aud John Upham. Mes- srs. Robert, Walter, Harold, and Alex. Watt; Mrs. Fred. Casburn, nee Miss Maggie McGhee, and many oth- ers. Mr. Robert Watt came all the way from the northern part of Queensland to spend a week with his mother and relatives. He says that Queensland is a good place and any energetic man can do well there. As for the heat— well—it's not much hotter than Gul- gong at its worst. It is regrettable to report the con- tinued indisposition of Matron Churches, of the local hospital. The matron has been confined to her bed for some days. Wardsman Gleeson, too, met with...

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OBERON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

oberon; The Obcron district at present is looking very well, with every indioatioa of a splendid season. • Notwithstand ing the scare last year over Irish ought, tiie people of the district ar® pinning their faith to potatoes, sod targe areas of ground ura under orop wi'iih this vegetable. In many plaosg the tubers are out 11 flower, ana the plants are exceedingly healthy-looking. Rabbits, too, are iiouihhir.g. and ar# to be socn along the vati. us roads in hundred:}. The abundance of freed feed makes it difficult to despatch "bunny" by means of th - poison eurU It is stated that two cr throe good sized properties in Oberon (iLtrict havo lately chuawd hands. Or. Richards, of "Ing'.stro," Tirana, ..:xpcctd to have a good crop <if qomatoos this year. Last year he had several tons of this_ fruit, which rotted in th# ground, as it was impossible toi send them to markot. Cr. Richards suites that he rough handling of tho fruit on the railway during transit makes im practicable ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

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LITHGOW. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

LITHGOW. The whole of tne dupart'ine .ts at Hi ironworks are now idle, and there are but few hands employed. Some oi those who were working in the rnilis up to last week were put off a couple of days ago. The blast furnace is still going, about four trucks of coke por day being received from the South Coast. The pumps are being, kepi/ working in the ironworks tunnel for J unwatering purposes, for if the water j was allowed to rise in the workings the j timber would swell and full, and much damage would be done. Nothing is being done at the new coal shaft, how ever. The shaft was sunk to-over 200 feet, and the seam of coal gono through, and a little opening out was done. As there is no timber in the shaft, however, it does not matter if the water rises there, for it can bo easily pumped out. Dr. Harold Thomas was in Lithgow yosterday, on his way from Wellington to Sydney. His mothera Mrs. D. Thomas, remains in Wellington at pre sent, and feels very much her heavy bereavement. Many ol...

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Telegrams. MOOREFIELD RACES. ANTICIPATIONS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

Telegrams. MOOItEFIELI) KACES. ANTICIPATIONS. SYDNEY, Friday. For to-morrow's races 'Early Bird "tips:— Flying Handicap.—Bective 1, Vena ta 2, Arbor 3. Steward's Mile.—Brown Dave 1, Ky loe 2, Locomotion or Martle 3. ICogarah Stakes.—Maying 1, Sir Vivo 2, Gilpippe 3. Nursery Handicap.—Black and Gold 1,' Moving Picture 2, Coronata 3. January Handicap.—Pan Out 1, •Majuba 2, Patrimony 3. Welter Handicap.—Bective or De butante 1, Sw^et Adeline 2, Milfoil 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

AT THE BEDSIDE. Doctor, Nurse and Patient feel re leved If they know the Medicine is the Best—that it is from Farr's Phar macy. Alleyne Farr (late J. H. Foot) Summer-s't., Orauge. Open day anil nleht any of our Customers, Because we build "Honest" Clothes and do business only on " Honest" principles. To Our - Many Friends. We desit:e. to express oiir thanks and appreciation to our many friends for the kind support they have given us. during the year just ending. •We tender them our best wishes for a Happy Xmas and Prosperous New Year, with, the hope, that we may be privileged to continue the pleasant business rela tions of 1911 during 1912. Yours truly, LAMROGK AND LOUNI). It's now too late to get a Suit made to order before XMAS. — —-——! BUT we can SUIT you per-. fectly with our READY TO-WEAR SUITS. —! WE can show you over 300 Suits in every choice pat tern, and the prices are— '20s, .2.8s 6d, 30s, ,35s, 40s, 45s,, 50a, 05s,'60s. We can Suit any size or shape. "THE SPECIAL HOUSE FO...

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FARRAR SCHOLARSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

FARRAH SCHOLARSHIP. The examination for the "Dailv Telegraph" Farrar Scholarship this yrar 'drew sevenT candidates—three from Bathurst Experiment Farm, and four from TiVagga. The result wis a win for Student T-I. "WalkeV. of the Bathurst Farm. Second, third, and fourth places were won bv "Was; t*;i students. This is the fourth year in succession that tlie scholarship has ! been won by a Bathurst Farm stud ent, ' :rTf]°

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FROM OUR EXCHANGES. WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

FROM OUR EXCHANGES. WELLINGTON. Among the honors list at t(he recent Sydney University examinations we no tice the name of Bertie C. Veech. (of Mountain View), who also gained high distinction in veterinary anatomy and tho veterinary prize. A wheati team belonging to Mr. N. Tremain met .with a serious accident on the Finger Post road, on Thursday morning. The horses became fright ened at a motor car, and swerved over an embankment, witli .the result that two of tihe horses were killed and the waggon smashed. Wheat is rolling into Geurie station in a way that is delightful to see, and if the town does not put up a record the one that does will have something to boast about in its okl age. Most of tho farmers arc handicapped for want of teams. At present every con ceivable kind of vehicle is engaged, from the modest sociable to the 16 horse team, and there is room for many more, Tho death occurred in the Welling ton hospital on Tuesday, of Mr. Wil liam McNulty, of Finger Post. The dec...

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CHINESE NEW YEAR'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

CHINESE NEW YEAR'S DAY. The revolution against Manchu rule lias been responsible for a. revision of tba Chinese calendar. Reuter cabled from Shanghai last night, that a new calendar has been proclaimed, malting January 1 New Year's Bay. This brings the Chinese* calendar into conformity with that adopted for years in the western world.

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CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

CRICKET NOTES. (Bj "Point,") The recent, holiday matches showed that Orange batting is rather weak, and bowling very good. Fortunately the former can be. strengthened consi derably, and when the players become more acc.ustomed to the turf visiting teams, wii'j find it very hard to defeat the best eleven. The team which Mr. Brown put in the field might well be termed a representative metropolitan team, ana every man on the side could bat well. The long grass reduced their scoring very much, otherwise the total would have been much nearer 300. than the moderate one of 165. In the bowling department they were also very strong. : Mailey, who secured se ven wickeits, is one of the best bowlers in Sydney, and an exponent of Ishe "Bosie" ball. He went to some trouble showing local bowlers how to serve up this particular brand, and it is to bo hoped that somo or them will proht by his coaching. Holdsworth, McPherson and Go's, team was not very strong, still they had some very, good men on t...

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CONCESSION TO LAND SEEKERS [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

CONCESSION TO LAND SEEKERS The State Government has decided to re-establish the travelling con cessions to land seekers which were abolished by the Wade Government. Bonafide land seekers desirng to take ill) land will be enabled, on the pro duction of a certificate from the Im m'uration Department to secure a sec ond-class all-.llnes pass for two guin eas, which will be available for two weeks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

/ u ij. VVJ> SCOTCH WHISK? A Kingly Drink with a Kingly Title. — Try it One of the principal brands of Tke Distillers Qompany J^td. Largest Scotch Whisky Distillers in the World. Capital employed over £3,000,000. EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND. Sydney—Angel Place. Melbourne—5a, William Street

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THE REV. C. J. ALLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

THE REV. C. J. ALLEN. The Rev. C. J. Allen, formerly of Orange, and more recently of Forbes, was on Thursday, evening inducted to the rectorship of St. Barnabas' Church, Bathurst South, by his Lord ship the Bishop of Bathurst, Right Rev. G. M. Long. There was a large congregation, and the hymns and psalms sung were appropriate to the auspicous occasion. Bishop Long preached a brief sermon—rich in elo quence and deep in Christian sympa thy.. He chose for his text Corin thians IT., iv„ "For wo preach not ourselves, but Jesus Christ the Lord, and ourselves, your servants, for Jesus's salce."

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IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE. Messrs. Bedford, Taylor, and Wes ton, Ltd., will conduct an important clearing sale at "Wanera" Station, C.ookamitlgera, to-day ('Saturday), of horses, sheep, and plant. As the owners have sold "Wanera" the sale will be an unreserved one. For particulars as to the Items of sale we refer those interested to the advt. in our issue of yesterday, and to the ag ents, Messrs. Bedford, Taylor, and Weston, Ltd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

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