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COUNCILLOR KELLY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

COUNCILLOR KELL?. Among the oldest residents of the Oberon district is Cr. Hugh Kelly, who has been a resident of those parts fo 55 j'ears. Cr. Kelly, who has now passed the allotted span "of three score years and ten, is yet possessed of the vigor of many a man twenty years his junior. He's quite a "fath er in Israel," too, for, having been married twice, he has had 19 children —15 of whom "have risen to call him blessed." The other four are deceas ed. Ex-President Roosevelt would delight to meet, in these degenerate flnvs n ninn wlin rfnnn h\a rlnfv like Cr. Kolly. "Lithgow Mercury.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONDOBOLIN-BROKEN HILL RAILWAY. VISIT OF PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

CONDOBOLIN-BROKEN HILL RAILWAY. VISIT OF PUBLIC WORKS COM MITTEE. Tiie following is the official pro gram mi1 (if . the Works' Committee, kindly supplied to the Condobolin "Laehlandcr" by Mr. A . J. Kelly, member for the Lachlan. Thursday, 11th January, .leave Syd ney at iS.55 p.m. Friday, liftli, arrive Condobolin at 1.30 p.m., .stay at Royal Hotel. Tako |c\idoiiee in the ai'teniono. Saturday, 13th, take evidence at Cimdobolill. Sunday, lith stay at Condobolin. . .M onday, 15U), leave Condobolin for Euabolong, 44 miles. Stay at Royal llo.'-l. Take evidence in the evening. Tuesday 16th. leave Euaboloug for Mount Hope, 42 miles. Stay at Com mercial Hotel. Wednesday, 17th, take evidence at Mount Hope. Thursday, 18th, leave Mount IIopo for Roto station, 50 miles. Take evi dence in evening. Friday, 19th, Leave Roto for Big Willajidra, 30 miles. Tak^ evidence ill evening. ■ Saturday 20th, leave Big Willandra for Mossgiel, 40 mies. Stay at Royal Hotel. Sunday, 21st, stay at Mossgiel. Mond...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DECREASING GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

DECREASING GOLD YIELD. The gold output of West Australia lias been annually decreasing since 1003, when it totalled 2,064,SOI fine ozs., shows a falling off for 1911, of 99,7G5ozs. weight and £389,783 value, compared with 1910. The Mines De partment's official figures show' the December output to be 11G.357 fine oz„ and value £494,258, making the 1911 total l,370,861oz., as against l,470,G2Goz. for 1910. The value of the year's output was £5,823,069, against £6,212,852 in 1910.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. TUDOR ON THE FIVE DAYS A WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

MR. TUDOR ON THE FIVE DAYS A WEEK. Mr. Tudor, M.P., referring to the five-days' working week proposal emanating form Sydney, said that no doubt a five-day week'would greatly benefit the workers provided the eight-hours' system were strictly ad hered to, making only-forty hours work in a week. Great caution must be exercised in considering" the novel proposal, which, though attractive at first sight, would hare far-reaching and unthought-of effects. ORANGE: Printed and Published by, the Proprietor, Fercival Stuart Garling, at "The Leader" Offices Lord's Place, Orange, and Pym-. street, Millthorpe, In th« St.ato oS"

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAD END TO A HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

SAD END TO A HOLIDAY. Agnes Woolridge, aged seven, the daughter of Mr, It. Woolridge, of Bun dabcrg, Queensland, who has been camping at Elliott Heads with his family for the past fortnight, went into tho water on Wednesday after noon for a last batlie before returning homo. Sho got out of her depth and was carried away by a strong cur rent, and drowned. The body has not been recovered.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

INewYear Supplies! © © .9 0 '9 © © © © © ■© © NEW YEAR SPECIALS. Currants, 0is(1 per 11). Sultanus, 7^(1 per lb. Lemon Peel, 7(1 per lb. Dates, 4d per lb. Arnutt's Xmas Cukes, 2/G each, III). Cukes, 3 fr I/O. Preserves (Peaches, Apricots , Pears) 10/G per dozen. Itactm, b.v t!ie side, Sd per lb. Hams, from 1/ per lb. jelly Crystals (large) K'.^d cach or *3/3 per dozen. and. GLASSWARE SPECIALS.— Orna mental Jugs, Basins, Dishes, etc., usually charged 2/ to 2/6 each," any article If. Get in early . for these. Sr ih bargains cannot bo offered again. They are a special purchase. Xmas Gifts in American Glassware and Electroplate Goods, worth everyone's attention. # $ m m 9 .© © m e © © © © © i B i © e © WHERE YOU WILL GET MOST FOR YOUR MONEY. B. J. WALLACE The Anson-street Stores, 9 # f***—n .ill,III! 1"" ' "<g2 u Gold Leaf) rv ,, Dark Leaf] 8 Mixture-Selected mild 2 0? Ins. JsT ; — — —L.J SHIPPING P.O. BRANCH SERVICE. To Durban, Capetown, and London, .Via Melbourne and Adelai...

Publication Title: Leader
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BRUTAL AND COWARDLY ASSAULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

BRUTAL AND COWAliDLY ASSAULTS. A man named Charles Heydon whs I sentenced to four months' imprison- ] ment at the-Glebe Police Court 011 Thursday, on-- a cliarge of asasuiting Constable Wiblin, in the execution of his duty. The magistrate, Mr. Barn ett, said that the metropolitan mag istrates had decided to treat coward ly, and brutal assaults, either 011 po licemen or citizens, with the utmost severity.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

WEATHER FORECAST. Unsettled, thundery conditions gra dually extending to other parts of the State; hot sultry N.E. winds n the north-east half, gvlng place to cool, squally, southerly generally.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YERRANDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

YERRANDERIE. The Silver Peaks Silver.lead Com p.'my has nearly all the heavy timber for its concentration plant erected. When the machinery is running there will be ample employment for it in dealing wisjh the seconds which have accumulated for about ten. years. The freight by team is £2 a ton for- 40 miles to Camden railway station, where as the treatment cost is estimated at 5/.'- a ton. The ore taken from the Pioneer mine proved profitable after concentra tion, while the Silver Peaks or© is it self of high grade. Mr. A. Barfow is manager, wi^h Mr. Morquay in charge of the new work. The Cojon Peak (Bartlett's) and Yer randerie silver mines are keeping a section of their men at work during the holiday period. Five tons of ore from the Ruby Creek (Mount Werong) Silver Syndi cate is being treated by Palgety'e. This syndicate has been working about three 'years driving a tunnel, towards which the Government prospecting voto has pair nearly £1000.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

GIFT. iiivery Lady Appreciates a Pret ty 'Sterling Silver Man'icut>e Set, that comes from Hansen's, be cause it's the Very Latest Design. Sigr. Sil. Majeure Sits, plain and , I ' engraved, in strong velvet lined < I case;;, "10/, tr,/, 20/, 30/, to 40/. <> AT HANSEN'S, (Where all the New Things are) SUMMER-ST., ORANGE. ammmmmmmm | A USEFUL fiVtW mmsf-street, RANGE. BEST'S PICTURES BOX PLAN LARGEST STOCK OUTSIDE SYDNEY OF EDISON MACHINES AND RECORDS. OVER SOLE RGENFH pOR STEINWAY BRINSMEAD, FEURICH, MIGNON, 8000 TO CHOOSE FROM. SOLD ON EASY TERMS. OLD PIANOS Oli ORGANS TAKEN AS PART PAYMENT, AND HIGHEST VALUE ALLOWING. R. C RUSCMPLER, Manager HOWEVER Take Wrfl\Y©M. Itisal&DTiines A Serviceable Stimulant.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

What Shall I Give?! This I'.tt'.o " -otlIc.;v is worrying a lot of us just now, but if you see Hansen's Beautiful Stock of Gift things at all prices, the problem Set. 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.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXV. "TOO LATE." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

CHAPTER XXV. "TOO LATE. Thai) interview left its mark on tlio lit© of the Gountoss of Lynn and of Sir Lionel Itydal. Before then there had been imprudence and folly—after wards guilt. Tliey had been carried away by the force of a great passion that was as a whirlwind. Lady Lynn .gave, herself up to it; it was wrong, but it was tho first love of her life, and it was as irresistible as the force of a lava-tide, as the waves of tho greatl ocean; there was no stem to the current, 110 ebb to tho tide. It is always! the case with natures like'hers—pas sionate, subdued. She was not yet quite alive to her guilt; but there was a sense of ro rnance and mystery that was most de lightful to her, and att times most em barrassing to him. More than once he had to beseech, her to be careful—to mind'by whom she sent notes and Ict ters. _ On this Say day, when the earl had gone to .ivew, and his wife had enter tained her lover in. the sunlit garden, lie saw a certain conscious expression 011 the face...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"AS THE WORLD JUDGED HER." (Continued.) CHAPTER XXIV. 'YOU SHALL HAVE LOVE.' [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

CGontinued.) CHAPTER XXIV. 'YOU SHALL HAVE LOVE.' 'Do you know, Sit Lionel, I was so young, so foolish, so sensitave, that my eyes filled with tears at the re buke, and then lie called mo a baby. I never let him see a tear in my eye afterwards.' 'Poor child' murmured tho sympa thetic voice again, and once -more her face softened and her heard thrilled. 'Sir John and Lady Henderson used to spend some time every day in the nursery, and when she went she asked me to go with her. I had nevor thought of children as anything to love. I had never played with a child.. Mrs. Les ter always spoko of children as a great responsibility—as a great) trouble and expense. I hardly knew there was any other side to tho question. 'But I saw so much Jove there be tween father and mother and the child ren that my eyes were opened, and I havo loved children ever since. These two li'dtle ones worshipped their great stalwarts papa; they climbed upon his shoulders, they teased and tormented him in every kin...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. Messrs. Glasson, Coulson, and Mc- ' Lachlan report having recently effect ed the following sales privately:— A/c. Mr. J. Ai Buckland, "Pine Kidge," 3000 merino ewes; ac. Mr. C. V. Redmond, Mundooran, 3500 weth ers; ac. Warrangpng Estate, Koora watha , 2000 ideal ewes; ac. Mr. E. A. Ferguson, Gular, 2000 crossbreds; ac. Mr. J. Patrick, Gular, 1500 cross breds; ac. Messrs. Keenan Bros., "Tho Bridge,'5' 1500 crossbrtds, 1200 mer». .. ino and comeback ewes; ac. the Dalt on Estate, Kangaroobie, 750 crossbred ewes, 650 crossbred weaners; acc. Mr. W. L. Reid, Davy's Plains, 1300 rner ino ewes and crossbred weaners; ac. Mr. Fred Taylor, 1500 merino ewes, 700 crossbred weaners; ac. Mr. C. Blunt, 1200. xbred weaners; ac. Mes. srs. Floyd Bros., 700 xbred "-weaners, ac. Mr. G. P. Thirkell, Cudal, 700 xbred ewes; ac. Mr. Hawke, Pendar vis, -700 wethers and xbred weaners; ac. Mr. W. V. Robertson, Highfield, .800, comeback weaners; ac. Mr. Geo. Shepherd, 3000 ewes and 500 wea...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. ORANGE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

Commercial. JKANGE PRODUCE MARKET. The .following, were the local whole >aie quotations for produce to-day:—' Eggs, 8d to 8Jd. Cliaif, £3 17/6 to £4 2/6. Oais, 2/4 to 2/6. Potatoes, nominal. Wheat, 3/ to 3/2. Maize, 3/S to 3/10. .. uuece, lu to i'Via'l. Dairy, butter, 7d to 8d. factory, butter, 1/1.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

PHLNK Tv OT A DISEASE. Drink is not a disease. The lrgh ost scientific authorities now- ngice that drink craving is due to alcohol ei poisoning, the removal of fects a permanent euro. Ihc Ntdl | fm* drunkenness accom plishes this entirely in three days. Those concerned should write to The Neai Institute, Woodbui'y-street, Mar rickville, Sydney, for booklet, "The Neal Was'." It explains everything. ~ MUNICIPALITY OF EAST ORANGE. TENDERS are invited by the Council I for raising: the bridge in Summer-st.. ! East Orange. i ' Specifications may lie seen, and all information obtained, at the Town Clerk's Office, where all tenders are i to be left not later than 4 p.m. on Wednesday, the 10th instant. W. E. BOUFFLER, Town Clerk. 3rd January, 1912. RABBITERS^ UNION. A MEETING of the Rabbiters* Union will 'be held in the A.W.U. Office, at 3 p.m., on Saturday next. Business important. E. H Richards and Ike Smith will address the meeting W. H. COULD WELL, Secretary. FARM WANTED. WANTED to purch...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATE GOVERNOR'S RESIDENCE THREATENED BY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

i STATE GOVERNOR'S RESIDENCE ' THREATENED BY FIRE. The State Governor's residence,' "Cranbrook," Rose Bay, was threat ened by fire early on Thursday morn ing, owing to a number of acres of grass becoming alight. The Govern or and his wife and family wore away at Moss Vale at the time of the out break. The servants tried to subdue the (lames with buckets of water, but eventually the Paddington Fire Bri gade had to be summoned. The fire was then extinguished. About four acres of grass and 50 panels of fenc ing were destroyed.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

Sporting. Stitch-in-Time, by Merv from Roc kalter, winner at Pambula and Bega, was bred in the Mudget* district, and purchased by her present owner, Mr. Fraaer, as a* three-year old, for She was not raced until a 4-year-o'd. About 40 race meetings of more or ]es3 importance were held in this Statu on New Year's Day, in celebration of the arrival of the-year, so that sports men were liberally caticred for. Some of tho collection were of the double barrelled order. The manager of Abe Sydney Self-De fence, Ltd., states that his company recognises that Tommy Bums is to-day Johnson's most formidable rival, and tho company will uso all endeavours to enjice the ex-cliampion to box Johnson for gate receipts on' Easter Monday at tho Sports Ground. What "liot air-' R. J. M'Namara lias promised Mr. Barker to give performansce behind pace on January 26tli, at Wellington. This should be worth coming miles to see. There are to be eight bicycle races, two foot races, and comic events, including th...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORANGE CHERRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

ORANGE CHERRIES. Mr. S. J. Jackson writes that on the , return voyage from England he had . as a fellow passenger, dining at the same table, Mr. W. G, Stephens, head of the big warehouse Arm of W. G. Stephens and Sons, Proprietary, Ltd., Melbourne and London. On reaching Freinantie seme South Australian cherries were put on the table, and the above gentleman remarked what a fine lot they were And so they were. But he asserted they were not a patch on what were grown in the Orange district, and gave h'm some indication as to the size of them here. He wouldn't believe it, and said he was "pulling the long bow," and fin ally pooh-poohed Mr. Jackson's state ment altogether. I told him I would prove my assertion, and so sent him a box last week. This morning ' Mr. Jackson received a letter from Mr. Stephens In which occur the follow ing passages: "Many many thanks for ycur kind remembrance of us at new year. We unite in wishing you and yours a very hapy new "year." . . . "Oh, those .cher...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

BOXING. Professor V. W. Stevenson, the white ,iiit iitsu champion, is after cither Mc 'Vea or Longford, the winner of Boxing Day's contest preferred. In view of '.he different opinions that are held by boxing and wrestling authorities re V:\rfl!ntr t.lie supremacy of boxing or iiit iitsu. Stevenson is always prowed i'.o outer the rincr on behalf of jiu iitsu. 'ind to hank himself to prove tho victor. His several limes postponed match wiht Spuires having failed to crime off, owing to the former boxer's other engagements, 'Stevenson is out after fresh matches. He said that as the black fighters are now supreme in their section, and lie has defeated all the white champions at jiu jitsu, he is prepared to match his science against that of either of iOte two blaeks; "I ani prepared to stop into the ring with either McYea or Langford," said Ste venson, and as a white man defend tho title, and I guarantoo to mako either of them that accepts the challenge, sur render seven times out of tho ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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