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CRICKET BARRACKERS. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
CRICKET BARRACKERS. MELBOURNE, Sunday. Hobljs, the English cricketer, says his report in the London "Evening News" is corroct. The attitude of the Sydney crowd towards the English men was very disheartening, hut Hobbs said he had written to a Lon donc newspaper niaking"ipeclal refer ence to the demanour of the crowd, especially in the first test match, of which the players expresesd the greatest satisfaction.
BILLIARDS. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
BILLIARDS. LONDON, Sunday. At the close of play last night in the match, Stevenson v. Gray, the scores wero: Stevenson 8548, Gray (in play) S314. In the Linclrum-Reece match Lind rum defeated Recce by 15,000 to 11,339. The former made breaks of 303 and 580 unfinished. Reooo'a best efforts were ,Wl, StJS, atltf 2^8.
GIRL SUFFERED WITH CROUP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
GIRL SUFFERED WITH CROUP. 'I have found Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery will cure croup when a dozen other medicines have; proved failures," writes Mrs. L,.* Hardy, .Railway-street, Cook's Hill, Newt castle, N.S.W, Before I used it my iitcie gin suffered with croup for three months. 1 often thought she was got ing to choke. She was worst at night. I did not know what to give her and , was in despair 'when a friend recom mended Dr. Sheldon's -New Discor ery. I tried it, and she was com pletely cured in a short time." Prlc© 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable from A. Stan ford, Plowman, A. Farr, J. Holmes, and B. J. Wallace. ORANGE: Printed and Published bj the Proprietor, Fercival Stuart Garling, at "The Leader" Offices Lord's Place, Orange, and P?m~ street, Millthorpe, in tho Statq oS
DROWNING FATALITY. BRISBANE. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
DROWNING FATALITY. BRISBANE. Sundav. .. Ernest Grace, the Queensland mana ger of Stott and Hoares college, p as drowned while surf bathing at South port yesterday. Iti is believed ft : t heart failure was the cause, The demand for houses is so great just now in Orange, that Nancarroy 'and Son have PO names on their hooks from people all over the west wanting to rent them, and inquiries continue i,ta come in. It is safe to assort that 200 houses could be let hero almost at once. Tlif Irish Envoys, who have, been tho fuit-stn nf Mr. James Dalton, at Dun i.rvlcngiiB, and who have enjoyed tliem so.ivus during Khesr• short respite from their labors, loft Orange- OH-SatKifS'] day to finish their Victorian campaign ing. An itincry of their future route appeared in our columns this week. Mr. W. Giles, proprietor of the Western "Champion" fit Parkes, is installing a linotype with a view to enlarging his already well;proportioned newspaper. "We hope hi* enterprise will also lead to the enlarg...
Sporting. MOOREFIELD RACES. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
Sporting. 3I00REF1ELI) RACES. SYDNEY, Saturday, The above races took place to-day in fine weather. Results:— Flying Handicap.-—Precious 1, Ven ite 2, Sweet Adeline 3. Tlio winner started at 6 to •!. Time, 1.16. Stewards' Mile.—Pan Out 1, Forti us 2, Kyloe 3. Betting' 2 to 1 Fortius, 7 to 1 the winner. Won by a neck, in 1.44. ICogarah Stakes.—Valmia 1, O.D.V. 2, Wollan 3. Winner started at 4 to 1. Won by & three lengths in 1.44%. Nursery Handicap.—Amy C. 1, Cor onato 2, Lasise 3. Betting: 5 to 4 on Coronato, C to 1, the Miner. Time, 57%. January Handicap.—Cashmore 1, Majnba 2, Kyloe 3. Other starters: Pan Out, Corraltna, Tristram, Eun ella, Golden Light, Patrimony. Bet ting: 2 to 1 Majuba, 3 to 1 Pan Out, The winner won by a head. Time, 2.8%. Scarborough Welter.—Bectlne 1, Milfoil 2, Debutante 3. The winner started at 5 to 1, and won by two lengths. Time, 1.16.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
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CRICKET. S.A. VERSUS N.S.W. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
CRICKET. S.A. VERSUS N.S/W. ADELAIDE, Sunday. The above match was commenced yesterday in fine weather. Hill won the toss. 'SOUTH AUSTRALIA.—First innings. Mayne, c Bardsley, b Kelleway .. 22 Dolling, b Cotter 105 Hill b Emery 10 Crawford, b Emery 9 Steee, by Emery 16 Murray, b Cotter 48 Drew, b Cotter 18 Quist, c Hazlitt, b Kelleway .... 1 Sterling, b Kelleway 0 Webster, b Cotter 2 Whitty, not out 3 Sundries 27 Total" 261 Bowling.—Cotter , 4 for 67; Kelle way 3 for 44, Emery 3 for G3 . N.S.W.—First Innings. Waddy, b Crawford 5 Barbour, not out 7 Emery, not out 5 Sundries . 2 One wicket for 19 A peculiar accident happened to McCartney on Friday while practising at the oval. A gust of wind blew the not over, and the pole fell across li!s forehead Inflicting a severe gash. It was only after earnest considera tion that it was decided for him to play yesterday. After luncheon Clem Hill offered to allow another man to field for him, but McCartney pluckily continued until 4 o'clock, and af...
RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
^RAINFALL. | The following rainfall was register ed for the 24 hours ended 9 a.m. on Saturday morning: Bourke 4 points, ' BatUurst 122, Molong 63, Parkes 125, | Trangie CO, Warren 41, Wellington 99, Dubbo 220, Forbes 25, Nyngan 120, Sydney 105, and Orange 64.
SERIOUS MUTINY ON BOARD SHIP [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
SKRiOUiS iUUTiiN 1' ON BOARD SHIP 0n Fnilay. a mutiny broke out ou the steamer Cranley, of -1644 tons, in-' the Sydney Harbor. Sixteen of tue Chinese crew wanted to go ashore. The mate, Charles Maim, refused them permission, ana four of the crew attacked him. The second xnate, G. Elcie; came to his rescue, and had uis collar-bone broken. ' The Water Police went to the ship, but tue Chinese forced them to leave. Kern-' foicements oi pohce eventually boaru ed the vessel and took the crew into custody.
SIX DAYS' CYCLING RACE. AUSTRALIA VICTORIOUS. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
SIX DAYS" CYCLING RACE. AUSTRALIA' VICTORIOUS. Iydney, Sun jay. The six days' fcycling carnival was concluded last nigxt in tiie presence of 55,000 spectators-j-a record for the ground. The res»b was: Coulett and liehir lj Grenda'aid Walker 2; Mc Namara and Corry 3 j Lawaon and Mitten 4; Kirkman and Colbin 6. The ouher competitors having no hope, were ordered off the trtfcl. Lawson, Coul ett, Grenda, McNamira, and Kirkman were left to fight out the finish. The excitement was inteiso when the two last laps were being negotiated. Kirk man and McNamari wore in the lead, then with a flash, Lawson went with Coulett hanging oi. The last lap was terrific. Coulett 'bolted nnd soon got a big load. Lawsrn could not kocp near him, (then Giwda and McNama ra camo with a grta; sprint and passed Lawson, but could not head Coulett, who won by thr?o yards. A great race took place for'second place, Grenda finishing from MtNamara by two yards, with LawiJol 10 yards behind third man. The scene at the f...
CUDAL COURT BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 8 January 1912
OUDAL COURT BUSINESS. The following ^ a return of the business transacted at the Cudal Cleric of Petty Sessions office during 1911:— I Number of cases under Vagrancj Act, 7. Number of Pptty Sessions Court cases where accused have been ar rested, exclusive oi the first mention ed, 5. j Number of Betty Sessions Court summons cases | .exclusive of those under No. 1, 25. Shire and municipal appeals, 6. Auctioneers and,other licenses, 4. No. of piainfa entered in Small Debts Court, 17. No. of executions issued, 5. Garnishee applications, 1. Tobacco licenses issued, 23. No. of receip s taken for public moneys disbursed 61. No. of letters lespatched, 279. No. of dogs registered, 206. Miners' rights Issued, 3. Applications for suspension o£ lab or conditions, 2. j Aplications for! authority to enter, a. Total moneys! received in all ca pacities,. excepting as Warden's 'Clerl:, Mining Registrar, and Crown Land Agent: Public jrevenue , £64 0/6; public moneys; £96 1/5. Total moneys received as...