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COMMERCIAL. THE WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

COMMERCIAL. THE WOOL REPORT. Dalgety and Company, Limited, wool salesmen, Sydney, report under date of 4th instant:— "The opening wool sales in the Now Year were held at Hobart. on 3rd instant., when 12,849 bales were offered to a large attendance of Syd ney and Melbourne buyers. Spirited bidding was in evidence from the out set, and under strong competition al most entire clearances of the cata logues were effected at prices which are stated to have exceeded growers' expectations. As compared with the rates in force at the sales held on the mainland prior to the Christinas recess, super merinos were 5 per cent higher, while any change for cross breds and comebacks appears to have been in favor of sellers. Merinos realised to 15d, crossbreds to 13'^d, and comebacks to 12%d per lb. Prance and Germany arc reported to have taken the bulk of the offerings. There will be auctions at Melbourne on 8th instant .which will continue in the Victorian market until the balance of the offerings i...

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

CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England: Millthorpo. 11 a.m., 3 p.m.. (children's lionpital ser vice) 7.30, Rev. It. H. D. Kelly; Spring Hill 3, Lucknow 7.30, Mr. S. Kzzy; Guyong 3, Mr. Hobbs. Methodist Church: Spring Hill, 3, Mr. McBcath; 7.30, Rev. W. A. Burns; Byng 11, Guyong 3, Mr. Chappell; Millthorpo 11, Forest Reefs 3, Rev. YV. A. Burns; Spring Terrace 11, Millthorpe 7.30, Mr. Ncsbitt; Lewis Ponds 3, Mr. James; Springside 3, Mr. Dwyer; Waldegrave 11, Mr. Dwy er; Milithorpe, Tuesday 8, Christian Endeavour; Guyong, Wednesday 8, Mr. Dwrer; Waldegrave, Wednesday 8, Spring Hill Thursday 8, Rov. W. A. Burns. Baptist Church, 3, Rov. H. Hal marick. Salvation Arniy, 11, 3, and 7.30, Lieutenant Morton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

GAS MANTLES—Inverted at 9d each; Uprights from 4d oach at A. P. Hicks', in Summer-street. FOUND—A Good Night's Sleep, at W. C. Hudson's Boarding House, corner of Robertson Park, Summer-street. XlilAS NUMBERS London News, Gra phic, Holly Leaves an Pears' An nual at Satchell's. FOUN'I)—One Hoiner Pigeon, with one wing cut. Ring on leg marked "B.H.S., 1908, 20." Owner can have same by paying for this advt. Apply (ilia- ofQce. FOIt Motor Sundries, Tyres, Oils, etc., ) at lowest prices, or for the hire of a luxurious six-seater motor car, go to H. Leveridge's Acme Engineering and Motor works, Lord's Plice. Tele phone 159. BEGIN the New Year by getting the Best Bread and Cakes and Pastry procurable at R. Ogston's Anson-st Bakery. Phone 112. IffeLEAN and Co. have for sale what you require. Call and take it axvay. £ 300. on very casv 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 le...

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"SLAP IN THE FACE TO ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

"SLAP IN THE FACE TO ORANGE. The granting of January 2(i and 27 by the A.J.C. to the Bathurst Turf Glub for their next meeting, thus overriding the decison of tho W.D.A.A. has resulted in the "National Advo cate getting another attack of the jini jams, and is on its hind legs, and rav ing like a camanche Indian, and whooping out a tirade of vituperation against Mr. M. A. Casey. That the A.J.C. ha sgiven its decision against Orange in favor of "the metropolis of the west" (sic) is hardly important enough to be put into three quarters of a column of the valuable space of tho "Advocato," but thore is so very little of any importance going on in funeral Bathurst that, liko the drown ing man, it grasps at the straw with both hands.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

CHOICE FRUIT and Vegetables, de livered to any part of the town, by Kelly Bros., Summer-street, now In their new sbon. WHY we win—Because we have ex actly the varieties and values you need. Try the I.X.L. Ready-to-wear Suits. McLEAN and Co. are busy, but come just the same at their Mart, they have bargains—that is what you are looking for. I DON'T KEEP the Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. I SELL THE5I over the bar. Harry Adams, Victoria Motel, East Orange. (JOACII leaves Tullamore on arrival of train Thursdays and Saturdays, ar riving at Tottenham the same oven lug. J. DILLON, Proprietor. JACK jrcHIUDE, Hairdresser, Lord's Place, thanks his numerous' friends and customers for their esteemed »patronage during'the past year. Two Hairdressers in constant attendance. WANTED KNOWN, that C. E. Brown, Crown Bakery, East Orange, is sell ing the Highest Class White and Drown Bread. Telephone 1S5. McLEAN and Co. have for sale wash stand and ware, furniture, sulkies, buggies, spriug carts, . ...

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The Daily Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS. SATURDAY, JANUitftY 6, 1912. Mr. W. Gazzard, founder of the Al.iliHiorpe freezing works, paid Mill thoi-jio a flying business trip yester day. He looks remarkably well an liis fund of humorous anecdotes has in no way diminished. In fact, a _ half hours' chat wiith him when ho is at leisure, is as good as attending • a comedy. The rabbiters havo gone on striko for aii increase in tho price paid them by the freezing companies. What this means for places like Blayney, Car conr, and towns contiguous to ours, of a similar magnitude, and who derivo Ifm major part of their support from this source, will be stagnation unless ih^rn is a spoody tsrmination of hos tilities.

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BISHOP LONG ON PRIZE FIGHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

BTSHOP LONG ON PRIZE FIGHTING. The Right Rev. George Merrick Long;, the Anglican Bishop of Bath nrst, thus expresses himself regard'ng prize fights:—"X was very fonrl of boxing in past years," said his lord ship, "and have always encouraged hoys in my charge to use th cglove's. Tt is one of the finest forms of exer cise, and is an excellent, d'scipiine for the tamper. My sympathies are with genuine sport and manly exorcise, but I cannot thinlc that any real sports man Is anxious to have Johnson and McVca fight fn Australia. Tt is a prize fight pure and simple that is proposed, and 1 think it is unworthy of Austra lia to hire colored gladiators to make a Sydney holiday. I feel that the pro posal galls the self respect of the vast majority of true Australians, and will d ens discredit In the eves of the world. Let us he a nation of good sports by all means, and we can just ly take pride in our prowess in crick et. tennis, rowing and running, in whicfi we lead the world; but our na tur...

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FURTHER "NARWONAH" SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

FURTHER "NARWONAH" SALES. Hain and Searight report tho sales of Mocks 3 and 5 of the above subdivi sion, comprising 1234 and 1365 acres respectively. Mrs. F. E. Tornklns, of Narromino district, secured block 3, and Mr. G. W. Chambers, of "Barna watha, Victoria, Block 5. Only two blocks remain unsold, and the agents oxpect to effect an early clearance of these. Buyers would do well to write promptly to Hain and Searight, Sydney, for full particulars of the re

Publication Title: Leader
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

HUIICH SERVICES. Methodist Church.—Orange, tl and 7.30, Rev. G. Martin; Lucknow 7.30, Supply; Emu Swamp, 3, Mr. D. Bry ant; Canoblas 3, Mr. E. M. Boyer; Borenore 3, Mr. P.. FloycJ Baptist Church.—Orange 11 a.m., Rev, H. Halmarick. Lord's Table at close of service; Millthorpe, 3 p.m., Rev. H. Halmarick; Orange 7.30 p.m. Iiev. Halmarick, Subject "Where art thou?"

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THE SPEAKER'S POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

THE SPEAKER'S POSITION. In an interview at Auckland on Thursday regarding the positon o£ the Speaker of the' New South Wales As sembly (Mr. Willis) Mr. J. C. L| FiU patrick, M.L.A., said the Government had now signified its intention to get rid of the Speaker; hut judging from past experience, he was of opinion Mr. Willis would refuse to accept any motion bearing on the subject which the Premier might move. This made the situation decidedly interesting.

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OUR CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

OUR CEMETERY. We do not, as a.rule, like to publish anything derogatory to the interests of the town, hut we cannot refrain from reminding the trustees of the ccmctery that very many visitors com plain of its unkempt appearance. 'God's Acre'' in a state of chaos is enough to make any one' sigh for (He sake of relatives of those who have loved ones there, and, with wild blackberries and noxious weeds grow ing in luxuriant confusion over their resting places, and rabbits making nests, in tho mounds, it makes one shudder as he gazes on it; We re ferred to the state of this cemetery some time ago, but so far nothing has been done, and tiie standing disgrace is as ever palpable to the townsman and visitor alike.

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GRAIN REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

GRAIN REPORT. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limit ed, report: — Wheat.—The wheat market is ex tremely quiet, and values have de clined about Id per bushel since our last report. The Home market is al so reported to be without animation, and very little business is being, transacted. Prime milling is worth 3/6% to 3/7%, seconds 3/5 to 3/6; chickwheat 3/3 per bushel. Maize.—During the past week the arrivals have been small, and as the demand is fairly large, prices have sho.wen a rise of Id per bushel. Choice yellow is worth 3/11 to 4/, seconds 3/10 to 3/10%, weevilly 3/9 to 3/10 per bushel. Chaff.—-.There is still a good demand for all available suppl'es of both wheaten and oaten chaff, and values have remained firm. Choice green wheaten is worth 5/9 to 6/, prime 5/ to 5/6, good 4/6 to 5/, medium 4/ per cwt. Potatoes.—There has been a good demand for new potatoes, and as the available supplies have scarcely been un to requirements, values have shown a considerable advance. Cho'ce new ...

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BATHURST FAT STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

BATHURST FAT STOCK REPORT. T5. H. Taylor and Co. report: About. 70 fat cattle yarded to a good attend ance of buyers. Tbe market was a shade lower than last week's highest. mtes. Good qunlty cows sold excep tionally well. Good bullocks realised to £8 7/. best cows £5 19/. We sold 22 head ncct. Glasson and others; cows from £5 2/ to £5 10/; heifers £4 9/ to £5 3/. Fat. Sheep.—250 yarded. We sold acct. Gordon 230 ewes, 7/ to 0/9; ac count. Gordon and others 20 Iambs, to 8/9. Privately; 100 fat merinn wethers 14/3," acct. Williams, 1100 store weth ers. Clements and McCarthy report:— Fat Cattle.—Fair number forward, mostly of middling quality. Prime quality, light-weight cattle well com peted for at late rates; heavy'weights a shade easier. Best bullocks made from £7 10/ to £87/; medium anil light weight bullocks from £5 10/ to £6 15/; steers from £3 10/; heifers from £3 11/ to £5 3/; cows to £5 19/. Fat Sheep.—Fair yarding; shorn crossbred ewes made 8/10, ewes and wethers (merinos) 7/'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

SULKIES. BUGGIES. LOBBIES; CABTS REPAIRED, PAINTED & TRIMMED At Shortest Notice, by Skilled Workmen. VEHICLE PAINTING A SPECIALITY By a Tradesman Unsurpassed in the State. TYRES CUT AND SHUT 10/ PAIR. The Honest Workmanship in this Branch of my Trade is its own Com mendation. It is penny wise and pound foolish to try and save a few shillings in the price, if you run the risk oi having your wheels ruined in the at tempt. Gao. Pf'icbOiS. The Leading Coaclibuilder and Painter LORD'S PLATE. ORANGE, IT WILL COST YOU 3d Only TO LEAYE YOUR THIRST AT The White Rose Con fectionery Co. The Very Latest Things in American 'Soda Fountains is installed at this Establishment, and the result is a Pure, Wholesome, Satisfying Icy-cold Drink. We are scoring heavily in the under mentioned favorite flavors:— Kola Champagne, Lime Juice and Soda Vanilla Pineapple Raspberry Hop Ale Lemonade Belfast Ginger Ale Cream Soda E.P. Punch Lemon Soda Squash Ginger Ale AND LAST, BUT NOT BY ANY MEANS LEAST, I...

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WEATHER AND CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

WEATHER AND CROPS. Wo hud a good rainfall on Friday afternoon, which, was very acceptable to householders, and will also do the potato crops much good, though it may be troublesome to farmers who are harvesting. Thursday was the hot test • day this season, the post office records being max 86 mill 63.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

These 'riiey are v, fjg are Your '2^ Delicate# Bronchial j|£g therefore Tubes. &::% be tarsal ^ j* Careful bL-S £>a of Them. fci5a jf . * For Internal Use. For Con _;lis, Col's, Sore Thro.,1, Ac. CAPSICUM VASELINE For KxteniMl Use For Colds in Llic Chest, Thro.it and T/Hiijjs. Also for Stomach Cramps and like troubles. CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO., Proprietors of ovnrv " V;>s lino '' V o Uict. New York, United Statos. Australasian Agon y 54 Mai'traret Street, Sydney. phenix Assurance Co.,Ltd. ESTABLISHED 1782. FIRE, ACCIDENT. Workmen's Compensation, Personal Accident and Sickness, Plate Glass, Public Eisks, etc. DISTRICT AGENT: B. T. Hawke. Lord's Place, Orange. SHEARING IS COMMENCING. WHAT SHALL 8 DO WITH MY WOOL i DON'T HESITATE —^ SsecI it to that old established asd ropntablo im, HARRI80H, JOHESA DEVUM LTD. Wto will WEIGH IT ©$RflEOTL¥. mmw IT F©H SALE PROPEBUb . . VALUE IT ©AS1EFIILLY, - GET HftSMEST HARKET W&L1EL SE?i0 RETURNS PROEiPTLYa —-SBLLIM® BROIBES ©NX/ST ...

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ACCIDENT AT MILLTHORPE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

ACCIDENT AT MILLTHORPE. An accident, frought with severe pain, and almost of moro serious results bofol Mrs. Geo. Burton and one of hor little boys on Wednesday afternoon at Millthorpe. From what can be gather ed, Jlr. Geo. Burton, his wife and two childron, wore proceeding to the hos pital to visit another child of theirs, who was an inmato suffering from blood-poisoning. Mr. Burton got down from the sulky to open tlio gate, leav ing his wife and childron in the sulky, when suddenly the horse started back ing and eventually backed vehicle and occupants over a steep bank in the vi cinity. Mrs. Burton was the luckiest of the trio, escaping with only a few minor abrasions to her arm and knee, the little girl received a severe shaking, but the boy was thrown violently, striking his head against a stone, and rendered unconscious. Tho matron of tiie hospital, Nurse Stokes,_ lost no time in rendering all tho assistance in hor power to. the unlucky people. Since the above was written we le...

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THE WEEK'S PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

THE WEEK'S PRODUCE. Owing to the holidays thero was less produco than usual forwarded from Alilltliorpe station last week, tho par ticulars being: 9 trucks cliaff, 17 trucks flour, 2 trucks rabbits, 3 tjrucks potatoes, lbO cases of fruit, 4 cratcs of rabbits, and 52. bags of poas.

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SYDNEY WHEAT MARKET. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

SYDNEY WHEAT MARKET. SYDNEY, Friday. Private cables state tlint London , and Liverpool wheat markets show a ] slight, improvement, because tlio re- j ported damage of Argentine crops are in sympathy with London. A rise in the wheat business at Sydney opened at 3/S and new milling a rise of %d. Some shippers are willing to give a fraction more than that now that the market in new flour is established. Sales are taking place in Sydney freely, as the bakers think the clear ness of wheat and high wheat freights may point t.0 dearer flour before January closes. Old flour will con tinue to sell well throughout the hot months.

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SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912

SYDNEY riiODUCK SALES. SYDNEY, Friday. The yarding o£ produce at, the Sydney sales this morning was small. Chaff "advanced 5/, lucerne hav de clined 5/, and potato values showed a decline of "10/ a ton. Choice wheaten chaff 5/6 to 5/1.1, prime 5/ to 5/4, good 4/10; choice oaten 5/7 and 5/8, good 4/8. Choice lucerne liay 4/b, prime 4/, prime small 3/6 to 3/!), good 3/. Choice lucernc chaff 5/. Choice oaten hay 6/3. Prime chiclcwheat 3/5 and 3/6. Choice potatoes 7/1 to 8/6, prime 6/ to 6/9. Chaff, ex Woodstock, 4/8; Dnnford, i Forbes, 5/6; ex Cowra, passed at. 4/S.

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