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[?] PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

vl-Sf'S PICTURES. :L ' • 1 '.ins, the popular f.iid onto <m it i nnger of West's J'io turtM I. J ugat along a splon-li'l pi', i > - ,j • ,i hist night's enterta-ji -vi ' 3 much enjoyed by Ihu very hti nd nice, especially the Btoriiag 1 i ic film, "A Woman's Yni.v.'' 1 (luesduy) the pictures will b-: *. am, and also on Wed nesday j \TJ hen the drawing of tie S-HoasArt Union will take place, As « Kmnii ':o be a large roll-up cn each /jccaMOii, patrons are advised to bonk /ilieir 'siV.us at Nicholson's. |

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
J.S. LEEDS AND CO'S. SPECIAL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

J. S. LF,K;J>' AND GO'S. SPECIAL STOCK SALE. On W<>clnc: dry, the 17t1i instant, 1 he above fiiir -,r-i)t submit to auction at Orange Corporation Sale Ya'ds, tin? w!ink> of i':-'1 stock owned .)y Mr. D. Af<'R«nii, of 'Springfield." This is the i-iiio <f»v season, and include? mmv t>i tlv cli.ii.iest sheop and i:utli in the Suae. Vis--,, cattle listed nuinlx>r 20C0 stores, vi\i h are too well-known to need much ii-■ ; TOent, whi' i 1 tier.- arc 8000 choice :ici-e sheep, .nclud"ig oOOO extra rh .:••• crossbred Tinro is p-i.rr to be a influx of buyers from t.4ip country distrio s v h u■ ni<l <l--tin it u lax of foreHi i -.it n>■( tn seem'" some of this fnmor.n lie.o. Me mock are to be sold in lots to suit purchasers and we predict a heavy day for Mes srs Leeds and Oo. 'V- u.n'd fg.nn remind renders tli.it Wnlii>sd iy ^ih :» the date of tlio ',k. '

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATE REVENUE. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

STATE ItEVENUE. - SYDNEY, Monday. . The State revenue returns for De cember amounts to £1,279,595—a de crease of £596,763 compared with the same month of last year. The princi pal decreases were: Commonwealth returns, £607,540 ,and land revenue, £45,483. The principal increase was In stamps—£36,319. The revenue for the quarter ended December 30; was £3,908,865—a de crease of £533,099 as compared with the same quarter last year. The revenue for the half year was £7,267,173, being £390,736 less than for the same period of 1910. The Com monwealth returns, which decreased by £769,130, ,were responsible for the loss. There was also a decrease of £82,263 in land revenue. The prin cipal'increases during the half-year were: Stamps £144,640, income tax £11,37S, and railways £193,939.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAB DRIVER TERRIBLY INJURED. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

CAB DRIVER TERRIBLY INJURED. MELBOURNE, Monday. Great excitement was caused at the Spencer-street railway station on Saturday, when a train crashed into a cab driven by a man named John Cumming. The back wheels of the vehicle were lifted some yards above the track, and Cumming was thrown out. He was extricated from under the cab, and it was fotmd that his face had been terribly lacerated. He was taken to the Melbourne Hospital.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SENSATIONAL BURGLARY. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

SENSATIONAL BURGLARY. SYDNEY, Monday. A sensational burglary took place at North 'Sydney early on Saturday morning, robbers entering Elevera, Mann's Avenue, a thoroughfare off Hayes road, and securing a quantity of jewellery and money. Being sur prised, one of tho men fired a shot from a revolver at Mr. Lionel Wilshire, a solicitor, who attempted to capture him. Portion of the proceeds of the robbery were found later in the gar don, where the thieves had dropped the articles in their haste to escape. Elevera is a large boarding house, conducted by Mr. Esther Hardman. About three o'clock on Saturday morning Mr. Wilshire awoke, and fancied he heard someone prowling about the tents. He arose, and going outside, saw a man just leaving the tent. He called to him, and asked him his business, but the intruder, without replying, made off alongside of the house towards the front gate. Mr. Wilshire followed, and was close on the runaway's heels when he gained the gate. Realising he was not fl...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABLES. BAPTISTS AND CONGREGATIONALISTS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

SABLES. baptists and conguf.ua tioxalists. T.ONDON, Monday, 1 Statistics of the Congregational Church in the British Isles for 1911 show a slight decrease in member ship. Sunday scholars have decreased by 12,547 compared with 1910. The figures for the Baptist Church show slight decreases in membership, and the number of Sunday scholars.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

lU101Ufc< l'TiUlT and Vegetables, de j Aivered tu any pare ot Uie town, Uy iveiiy Jbrus., Summer-Street, uuw lii . inca- uiiw snop. tViil' we win—because we iiave ex-j nelly tiie varieties ami values you neeu. Try the i.X.U Keady-to-wear j Suits. iiVl'xi^SlVJi Kange of Designs ana prices in Ties, Fancy HandiierolueiSj .braces, aua Halt Hose, at I.X.D. J ones.' itAS jiA>lijivts—Inverted at Ud eacli; Upriguis tioiu -id eacii at A. f. Tucks, ill Summer-street, n AiVJL'liU— Strong, intelligent youth. 4Apply Jackson's Wine Depot, Sum Siuer-street. i Oli.Nl)—A Good Night's Sleep, at VV. I (J. Hudson's Boarding House, corner oi HoOercson Park, Summer-street. AilEiN in doubt come to the I.X.L., 1 our values in fur lounge hats dis ...pel..ftU.4ojubt. XitLAS JNlLHllElilS London News, Gra phic, Hoiiy Leaves an Fears' An nual at Satchell's. 1'. liAMEll, East Orange Butchery, slaughters nothing but the primest fat stock. That is why those who like primest cuts of beef, mutton, veal...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WADE PARK CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

WADli l'AiiK COiYi'IN iiNTAL. A contiueiital, promoted by the -1 Jiour Association, in conjunction witii tlio i'ou'n Baud, eventuated last even ing at) Wade i'ark, and proved a suc cess, botli lrom a hnanoiai and an artistic standpoint. A lengthy pro gramme was rendered and greatly ap preciated.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DAVE SMITH v. J. LESTER. SYDNEY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

DAYJE SMITH v. J. L15STJ3K. SYDNEY. Monday To-night's Stadium event between Dav Smith (11.12) and Jack Lester (12.3) attracted a crowd of between 12 and 15 thousand. The contest was an nounced for the championship of the British Empire and Mcintosh liEjit. Smith considerably outfought his cip ponent, and in the "fourteenth rouhu the referee separated the naeu, and awarded the contest to Smith on a foul.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THUNDERSTORM AT KATOOMBA. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

TilUJiDEESIl)lOI AT KATOOJIBA, SYDNEY, Monday. A terrific thunderstorm occurred at Katoomba, yesterday, the lightning be ing very severe. Three coach horsey were struck dead, and six others es caped with severe shocks. A number of people, who were in the shelter shed at the time, received electric shocks. Trees were levelled in all dirctions.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURGLARY IN AN HOTEL. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

BUltOLAltY IX AX J101DL. SYJDNiDY, Monday. Burglars broko into tlie Kailwuy Hotel at Honisby, and secured money ana jewellery to the value of JilUU.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BAND AT THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

BAND AT THE RACES. The following programme of music was sweetly discoursed yesterday at the races by the Orange Town Band:— March, "Rearguard" ; fantasia, "An nie Laurie" ; Polka, "Short and Sweet"; waltz. "Belle of the Ball"; selection. "An American Tour"; barn dance, "Merry Madcap"; inarch, "Tho Emperor"; selection. "Uranus"; waltz, "Queen, of Jewels ; selection, "Scottish Beauties." j )

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DAVIS CUP COMPETITION. CHRISTCHURCH (N.Z.), Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

THE DAVIS CUP COMPETITION. CHRISTCHURCH (N.Z.), Monday. The Davis Cup competition was commenced to-day, in ideal weather. There was an enormous crowd pre sent. Brooks' play was brilliant, and he defeated Veals Wright 6-1 to 2-6, and 6-3 to 6-3.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SIX DAYS' BICYCLE RACES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

THE SIX DAIS' BICYCLE JtACES. SYDNEY, Monday. The six days' bicycle races were commenced at the Sydney Cricket Ground at 5 minutes past 1 a.m. to-1 day. Fourteen teams starter, and 10,000 people were present. The one mile championship for New South Wales was won by R. Spears, with I'. Mutton 2, and F. Haguey 3. Time 2.24%.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOY DROWNED AT ST. PETERS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

BOY DliOWSED AT ST. FETKHS. SYDNEY, Monday. Henry Boulton, of Newtown, unable to swim, went in a waterhole at St. Peters this afternoon, when lie got out o£ his reach, and sunk. He was rescued unconscious, and died after being removed to the hospital.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

CBSggSfr jSure m Sfinite! •few THE NEW FASHION SHIRTS IfWV SHOWN IN OUR MERCERY DEPARTMENT ARE SMART AND STYLISH. THEY ARE OUT TO PERFECTION ON LINES THAT ,ASSURE A PROPER PIT, GIVING FULNESS TOST WHERE REQUIRED, SOFT IN FRONT, WITH DRESSED CUFFS AND NECKBAND. THE FASHION SHIRT OF TO-DAY HAS LARGELY DISPLACED THE OLD ORDER OF STARCH AND STIFFNESS IN SHIRTS. Fashion Shirts at 4s. 6d. White Ground French Cambric, with broad and narrow stripes. Colors, Helio, Green and Pink. ALL SIZES 4/6 Each. Fashion Shirts at 5s 6d. Fashion Shirts at 5s. 9d. White Ground French Cambrics with natty colored stripes. ALL SIZES, 5/6 Each. A two color tucked Fashion Shirt, in large and small tucks. Colors, Green and White. Helio and White, Blue and White. Pink and White. Helio and Green, Blue and Pink, Green and Pink ALL SIZES, 5/9 Each. Fashion Shirts at 6s. 6d. Smart Serviceable Zephyr with a medium stripe of a paler color to tone with the ground. Colors, Vieux Rose and Helio. ALL SIZES 6/6 Each.' TUSS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

DESIRABLE TOILET SOAPS. Should always be pure and dainty. Perfume does not make a soap, al though the majority of people prefer soaps that impart a delicate odor to the skin. Unscrupulous manufactur ers take advantage of this desire for scented soaps, and perfume cheap soaps that are often unlfft td use on the skin and offer them in tancy 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 effectB of sun and dry winds. Sold in boxes at 1/6 or 6d a cake. Keennnn'tr Pharmacy, Orange. Ycu can wander all over tlie town but nowhere will you find such a cap tivating assortment of gift things as at Hansen's. A farewell social evening will be tendered to tho Rev. and Mrs. Wil liams and family at Cudal on Wednes day, 3rd January,-prior to their de parture for Peak Hill. An accident which had almost fatal results to a Blayxi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW YEARS DAY IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

NEW i'EAit fc> DAI AiN SYDAII. SYDNEY, AIoikKu-, u.J A close holiday was observed to-auy in Byuney. The weather was showery .during cne morning, but later was line and cool.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAPHIC. TRIPLE DROWNING FATALITY. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

Til&lhiABBlQ. TlUriil^ DKO1ATAL1T1. IS \ Oi\K i', Monday. Four young men, lUdward Ostenieki (lij. Oscar jucAipino (.isj, Hoy Qoie man (ii>) and Albert %i>avis , were spenumg a iioliuay at Como, when ■tiiey secured a boat tais morning, auu roue up tii« Womora Kiver. au four were unable to swim, and went into the water. From tne meagre details to bund it appears tiiat one of the un fortunate iaus got beyond ilia depth, and a comrauo went to ius assistance. The pair were seen to be in trouble, and a tluru joined in trying to save them, and all three were soon strug gling in the water. They were Osten felu, McAipine, and Uoieman. JJavis, who was uuauie to cip ins mates, watched their terrible struggling, ana saw them sink and drown together. Davis became almost dementeu, ami went to a camp some distance away and reported the disaster. Several men hastened to the scene; but were unable to locate the bocue s. A s;.roii:i current was running at the time, ana it is believed th...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEXT THURSDAY'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 2 January 1912

NEXT THURSDAY'S SALES. The salt's advertised "by fiho Jocal auctioneers for next Thursday are as follow:— J. S. Leeds and Co.: 50 prime fat cattle, 1000 choice 6 tooth wethers, 200 prime xbreds, 250 Lincoln cross 2 tooth, 200 Lincoln cross weaners; and at their Geuttral Horse Bazaar at 2 o'clock, 20 draught and saddle horses. Bedford, Taylor*and Weston, Ltd.: 80 prime fat cattle, 200 prime fat sheep, 400 xbred hoggets, 50 prime xbrod lambs, 100 prime fat xbred ewes, and 25 pure Liucoln rams, 2 and 4 tooiih. Mar tun and Co.: 30 prime cattle, 200 extra prime xbred wothers. 150 extra prime xbred lambs, and 150 choice young Durham store cattlo. Glasson, Coulson, and McLaehlan: 70 prime fat cattlo, 200 exti'a priino station bred wethers, 400 early shorn, ewes, 50 mixed store cattlo, and 1000 extra choice early shorn sheep. II. Wheatley and Co.: 20 fat cattle, and 200 fat sheep. "THE BAD GIRL OF THE FAMILY." Last night the management of the Pliilliji Lytton Moving Theatre Co. created a re...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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