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WOULD-BE SUICIDE RESCUED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912
WOULD-BE SUICIDE RESCUED. Philip Dohcrty (50), a storeman, liv- | ing at lledfcrn, throw himself into the j Harbor, at Buckle's Wharf, Pyrmonti, [ on Thursday. He sank several times, but was eventually hauled out by Wil ; Jinm Ramsey and Peter Ferguson. Do | herty was taken to the hospital in a bad way. Ho said he threw himself into the water because ho was ilii'od of life.
WESTERN DISTRICT RACING ASSOCIATION DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912
DISTRICT RACING ASSOCIATION DATES. WESTERN Woodstock J.C., January 26. Marengo, January 26. Condobolin Hospital, January 31. Lagoon J.O., February 3. W.D.R.A., Orange, February 9 and 10. Wallarawang J.C., February 17. Gilgandra J.C., February 21 and 22. Koorawafclia J.O., February 28. Orange J.O., March 1 and 2. Orange and District Picnic Raco Club, March 5 and 6. Forbes J.O., March 7 and 8. Parkes J.C., March 13 and 14. H.A.C.B.S., Orange, March 16. Mudgee T. Club., March 16. H.A.C.B.S., Cowra, March 20. H.A.C.B.S., Forbes, March 20. H.A.O.B.S, Grenfell, March 22. Wallarawang J.C., March 23. Molong J.C., March 28 and 29. Eugowra J.C., April 3. Cowra J.O., April 8 and 9. Canowindra J.O., April 11. Goolagong J.C., April 12. Condobolin J.C., April 16 and 17. Gulgong J.C., April 17. Bathurst-J.C., April 19, 20 and 22. Mudgee T.C., 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.C., May 4.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912
PROMISSORY NOTE FORMS FOR SALE AT THE LEADER OFFICE. £3 l The cook's bast friend. The flavor of the cake proves the goodness of " Good Shot" Baking Powder. Housewives find it superior to all others. It is pure, of the highest quality, and is the most economical in use. Your grocer sells' "Good Shot." Get |!) a tin from him to-day. £>• Mitchell & Co,, Ltd.9 Proprietors, t3S Clarence St*, Sydney* JQ BASING i2 ifi.frfM \\Wk_ jhin Ch.p... £65 8 h.p.. £85 I2h.p...£125 Cash or Easy terms PARTRIDGE 81 HODGSON 49 YORK STREET, SYDNEY The Premier Wool Seiiing House DALGETY& COMPANY (LIMITED) Wool Salesmen SYDNEY At Daigcty's Warehou&e the Wool-Showing * Methods, as "well as the handling facilities si ^ fifcneraUy. are unrivalled. I' CAREFUL ATTE-NTfON TO SiVlALL CLIPS : inrswz*TV-'
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912
FUNERAL NOTICE. THE friends of the late W. B. Ber- nasconi are respectfully invited to at- tend his funeral, to move from his late residence, Lord's-street, Orange, at 2.30 p.m. to-day, for St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, thence to the Orange Cemetery. F. FORD, Undertaker. &nbsp; FUNERAL NOTICE. MEMBERS of the Orange Bowling Club are requested to attend the fu- neral of the late W. B. Bernasconi, to move from his late residence in Lord-street, at 2.30 p.m. to-day. C. T. FLEMING, Hon. Secretavy. IN MEMORIAM. SHANNON—-In loving remembrance of Lucy E. R. Shannon, who depart- ed this life January 6th, 1911, aged nine months. Gone but not forgot- ten. —Inserted by her loving parents and brother and sister.
FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912
FOKBES. | Vigorous ringing of the firebell : about 2.15 yesterday afternoon was i uho signal for much excitement, but ; there was very little work for the ! firemen. The cause of the alarm "was the burning of a quantity of old straw on the racecourse, and when this was found to be all that was j the matter quiet reigned again. J Mr. Bathgate, of North Hill, was : the unfortunate loser of a valuable draught horse, estimated to be worth about £50, a few nights ago. Ap pearances indicate clearly that the horse was deliberately taken from the yard, but so far no trace has been found of tne thief. The death occurred at his residence on North Hill on Saturday morning last, of Mr. James Lovat, one of the oldest residents of the town, who had been living here for upwards of 30 years. The cause of death was heart failure. The deceased gentleman, who had reached the advanced age of 76 years, is survived by a widow and an adult family, some of the members of which are resident in Forbes, while...
DEATH OF MR. R. T. B. GADEN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912
DEATH OF MR. R. T. B. GADEN. Of the men who in the early days went out into the wilderness and &nbsp; broke the way for settlement in New South Wales few now remain, and with the death of Mr. R. T. B. Gaden, which took place on Thursday morn- ing, another of them passed away. The announcement of Mr. Gaden's death came with some surprise, although it was known that he had not been in the best of health for some time past. About three months ago he had a bad attack of influenza, from the effects of which the never completely re- covered. This did not prevent him, however, from pursuing his usual du- ties, and he was frequently in Wel- lington, where he resided. Towards the end of last week it became evident that serious symptoms were develop- ing, and acting under medical advice Mr. C. B. Gaden went to Sydney to arrange for his father to go down there, and had just returned from his mission yesterday morning about half an hour, when Mr. Gaden expired. The deceased gentleman be...
CORONIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912
CORONIAL INQUIRY. &nbsp; A Coronial inquiry touching the cir- cumstances of Mr. W. B. Bernasconi's death was held at the Court House yesterday, before the Coroner, Mr. E. Marriott, P.M., when the following evidence was adduced:— N. R. Howse, M.D., Government Medical Officer, deposed: I went to a house in Lord-street, where I saw the body of the deceaced; at the hospital morgue at 11 a.m. to-day I made a post-mortem examination; the heart was firm and contracted, the left side being a good deal increased in thickness; the kidneys were a little harder and smaller than usual; on re- moving the coverings of the heart there was evidence of a good deal of free blood which had ploughed up the substance of the left side of the brain; the stomnch was healthy and empty and all the other organs of the body wore healthy; in my opinion the cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage. Margaret Bernasconi, widow of the deceased, deposed: I reside in Lord street; I last saw my husband alive at 1...
DEATH OF MR. W. B. BERNASCONI. SUDDEN END OF A WORTHY CITIZEN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 6 January 1912
DEATH OF MR. W. B. BERNASCONI. SUDDEN END OF A WORTHY &nbsp; CITIZEN. The Angel of Death has been a fre- quent visitor to the Orange district of late, many homes being bereft of loved ones. Residents of Orange yesterday sustained a severe shock when the sad intelligence circulated that Mr William Bernadette Bernasconi, an old and highly esteemed resident of Orange, had expired suddenly. Some were dis- posed to question the accuracy of the report, but subsequent investigation disclosed that the news was alas ! only too true. On Thursday night Mr. Bernasconi retired to rest as usual at his residence in Lord-street. It was his usual practice to rise early in the morning, and to water his garden. Mrs. Bernasconi was also wont to rise early. When she woke yesterday morning she noted the absence of her husband from his room, but the fact did not create any uneasiness or mis- giving as Mr. Bernasconi's invariable practice was to rise early, and to per- form some work before breakfa...
THE IMMINENT RABBITERS' STRIKE. ORGANISER RICHARDS SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
THE IMMINENT RABBITERS' STEIKE. ORGANISER RICHARDS SPEAKS. "Yos; the feeling all through the 1 districts where tlie trapper is getting a living is that ho is a harshly treated man," said Mr. Richards. tho organ isor of tho Australian Rabbiters' Union to our reporter on Saturday. A 'Lead- « cr" man called round to soo Mr. \V. II. Couldwell, the secretary of tho A.It.U., buis at that juncture ho was busy counting ballot papers, so he pass ed us on to Mr. Richards, who has been tho moving factor in establish ing the union. "Tho causo of tho trouble really is," said Mr. Richards, "011 account of tho combined movo or tho rabbit buying firms, which almost • amounts to a ring. They docided to ' drop tho price of rabbits from tho 1st January, and the consequence is that all the largo bodies of rabbitors in tho State are indignantly protesting against it. And as there is to be, , shortly, an inquiry into tho rabbit ] trade by a solecS Parliamentary com mittee, we thought tho time propitious ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
WE have three Cash Buyers for COT TAGES within 10 minutes walk of P.O. Immediate inspection. Please send particulars at once. II. Wheatley anff Co., Land and Stock Salesmen, Orange. CHOICE FRUIT and Vegetables, de livered to any part of the town, by Kelly Bros., Summer-street, now In their new shffp. . WHY we win—Because we have ex actly the varieties and values you need. 'J^ry the I.X.L. Ready-to-wear Suits. FOR SALE, Splendid Brick Cottage, and Baptish Church, %-acre land, very central. Full particulars from J. Nancarrow and Son. SIcLEAN and Co. are busy, but come just the same at their Matt, they have bargains—that is what you aro loolcing for. I DON'T KEEP the Best Brands of Wines ai ' I SELL T1IEM over the bidl Harry Adams, Victoria Hotel, Bast Orange. FOUR ALLOTMENTS LAM), East Orange, £10, 3 at £12, good posi tions, bargains. Nancarrow and Son. COACH leaves Tullamore on arrival of train Thursdays and Saturdays, ar riving at Tottenham the same even ing. J. DILLON, Proprietor. ...
FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW OUR OPPORTUNITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW OUIt orrOBTUKITIES. (By Excelsior.) I am glad to see tliat my letter to you of 3rd instant has prompted "Fairpiay" to reply, as it was written in a spirit oil friendly strife and emu lation so desirable amongst progros s.ve towns such as his and mine (1 adopted the hackneyec non-de-plumo of "Excelsior'' in that spirit, and the desire to see Orarge riS3 to still highoi' llighU), though i regret tli'i'e is just a spice of personal Heeling evinced in his letter. Surely it is not "dog in the manger" like to ask that >9range, the senior town (which sen iority , 1 note, "Fairpiay" generously eOxTicedes) ol' the district of which AlillfJiorpe is an appanage, should be the proper place for an experimental farm, if on the score of centrality alone, and 1 trust "Fairpiay'' will let us hear from him again after perusal of the further remarks in this letter, and exclude any recriminatory matter and let the issue stand out clear to the public., "Fairpiay ' asks am I a...
TRESPASS CASE AT CUDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
TRESPASS CASE AT CUDAL. (By Micliael Lyster.) Sir,—In your issue of December la, 1911, there appeared a report of a Cudal Police Court case, which came on for hearing on the 15th oC Decem ber, 1911, before Messrs. E. Marriott, P.M., and A, H. T. Sherwin, J.P., and which report states that Michael Lyster proceeded against F. William son for Wilfully leaving open it gate, thereby permitting two horses to trespass; after taking lengthy evidence the case was dismissed, I beg to state the above Is a false and misleading report. The case was and is as follows: I rent a travelling stock reserve from the Government, and for 'which I have the rent paid-up to January 1, 1913. Williamson's stock and McMurray's stock and Robinson's stock have been continually trespassing on the re serve for the last six or seven years since X got it. They also applied to the Lands Department several times to take the reserve from me and give it to them. On the occasion in ques tion Williamson's daughter opened ...
NEW FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
NEW FIRM. • Wo have it on reliable authority that a new firm will be blooming in Orango within the next day or two, the firm in question having concluded ne gotiations in the purchase of a big local business. Fuller particulars will bo given in a future issue.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
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NEXT THURSDAY'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
NEXT THURSDAY'S SALES. There will be another big yarding at the Orange Corporation sale yards next Thursday, and the follow ing is a list of stock to be offered to auction by our local auctioneers:— J. S .Leeds and Co.: Sixty prime fat bullocks, 20 prime fat cattle, and 300 prime fat wethers. ' Bedford, Taylor, and Weston,, Ltd.: Forty-seven fat cattle, and 200 fat sheep. Harton and Co.: Thirty-flve extra prime cattle, and 250 extra prime sheep. Glasson, Coulson, and McLachlan: Seventy prime fat cattle, 200 prime fat wethers, and 100 prime fat sheep. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
Popular Washing Prints at Popular Price '"'Will they Wash?.'! is an every day question. We answer." Yes." . If they don't we wili replace any length purchased at our Store, reversible PRINTS AT 1W&lt;1. In Plain Colors—Sky, Green, Navy, Hello, Pink, Green, Old Rose,. Blue Grey, Holland. 30i». Wide }'ard UNRIVALLED CAMBRICS AT C^d.: butcher blue grounds, White Spots and Floral Designs. U3in. "Wide " * BARK GROUND washing PRINTS AT 4^d.s ... ••• Navy Grounds, small Spots anu Sprays, Butcher Blue Grounds;, Spots, and Small Designs. 30in. Wide.. . .i/2d yard. SMART FRENCH lOKd.: ... WHITE Designs Helio. 32iii. Wide est cambrics AT GROUNDS IN Choice In Sky, Pink, Green, 10/3 tlio dozen. lOJad yard REVERSIBLE ZEPHYR cambrics AT 0$2d: In Plain Colors, Grey, Navy, Helio, Pink, Green, Holland, Red, Blue Grey. 32in. Wide -x. 6}£d. yard C/3 the dozen. unrivalled cambrics AT 63° d. White Grounds, Small Spots, Neat Designs, in Black, Pink. Lilac; also Fancy Stripes in all Colors. 32in. W...
THERE ARE MANY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
THERE ARE MANY. There are many remedies for the hair, but we can safely say that there is not one which has so.many friends as Tressoline, the hair tonic that kills the dandruff germ and makes your hair grow. Tressoline is used every where, and the sale is increas ing daily, the' best proof that every user is satisfied. Clean your head of dandruff ,and have nice hair. We re turn your money if Tressoline fails to do all we claim. Sold in 2/ and 1/ bottles, by Fox Martin, Orange 0.
THURSDAY'S STOCK TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
THURSDAY'S STOCK TRAIN. Mr. J. S. Leeds is in receipt of tlie following letter from Mr. C. T. Hodg son, Superintendent of Lines:—"Sir. —With reference to your call askki:,r whether arrangements could be made for the pick-up train which now reaches Orange at about noon to ar rive at about 10.20 a.m. on Thurs days, in connection with the stock sales for the convenience of buyers from Bathurst and intermediate sta tions, I beg to inform you that the matter has been looked into and ar rangements will be made to run a conditional goods train leaving Bath urst at 8.50 a.m., due at Orange at 10.31 a.m. on each Thursday .—Your obedient servant, C. T. HODGSO.V Superintendent of Lines."
A BUSY TIME WITH FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
BUSY TIME WITH FARMERS. Everywhere around our district harvesters and workers nre busy gatli ering a bounteous harvest. The work is laborious, but can be made easier by wearing good strong, well fitting clothes. Porster and Thomp son have special value in harvesters' requirements. Men's strong cotton *¥ffiWs, well -stjwii, 2/, zfii.. 'JlS"™ dungaree trousers; in flroy, blue, and brown, 2/11, 3/6; strong and light to wear men's extra strong dungarees, double seats and jsnees, 3/11, 4/6, all sizes; strong; cotton socks, 6d, 9d per pair; Samson braces, 1/, 1/6 pr; belts, 6d, 9d, 1/; large neck handker chiefs 6d; coal straw hats, 2/i5; shady felt hats, 4/11; workers pre pare for the harvest by visiting Fors ter and Thomppoon, the store that ifeVWB yttii