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NARROW ESCAPE IN FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
NARROW ESCAPE IN FLOOD. A man named J. "Wright, while travelling from Grenfoll to Young, cn countercd a very unpleasant experi ence as a result of the flooded con dition of Burrangong Green, due to Sunday's heavy rain. He was driving a horse attached to a sulky, and at tempted to cross the creek near Critcli ton's, 12 miles from Young, when the horse sank in quicksand, whereupon Wright escaped over tne hack of the sulky, but the horse and sulky got inlh the middle of the creek, where there was about 16 feet of water, and were carried about 200 yards down the stream. The horse, when found was drowned., while the sulky was re covered by Mr. H,. Taylor.
BROUGHT TO BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
BROUGHT TO BAY. Are those enemies of civilisation. Indigestion and Dyspepsia,, when Dr., Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are'em ployed. 2/6 per tin of 80 tabules. Ob tainable from A. Stanford, Plowman, A. Farr, J. HolmeB, and B. J. Wal lace. • ' ' ORANGE: Printed and Published bj the Proprietor, Ferclval Stuart Garlibg, at "Tho Leader" Offices Lord's Place, Orange, and Pym atreot, Mlllthorpo, la the Statn o!f
JOE WILLIAMS V. HUGHIE FAIRLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
JOE WILLIAMS V. HUGHIE FAIRLIE. This fight took place at Cowra on Saturday night before a crowded house. Both men stripped well, and an even contest was looked forward to.. Fairlio had a lot of followers, and the fighting was of a mixed and vigorous nature until the eighth round, when Williams knocked Fairlio down. "When Fairle - was knocked down he seemed to bo fighting well and holding his own; but on regaining liis feeit tho referee throw in tlio towel, awarding the fight to Williams. Fairlio, who concluded that the decision was not a fair one, immediately challenged Williams, to fight him either at Lith gow of Orange for £25 or £50, and as an oarnest of his intentions, lie pu,tf up a substantial deposit. The crowd, at the abrupt termination of the figlitl, became a little uproarous and showed their dissatisfaction with the decision. The fight, if it comes off, will most likely take place in .Orange on the 1st of March.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
Currants, CVid per'lb. Sultanas, 7y3d per lb. Lemon Peel, 7d per lb. Dates, 4d per lb. Arnott's Xnms Cakes, 2/6 each, lib. Cakes, 3 fr .1/9. Preserves (Peaches, Apricots and Pears) 10/6 per dozen. Bacon, by the side,-8d per lb. Hams, from 1/ per lb. Jelly Crystals (large) 3V»d each or 3/3 per dozen. GLASSWARE SPECIALS.— Orna mental Jugs, Ba&'lns, Dishes, etc., usually charged 2/ to 2/6 each, any article 1/. Get in early tor these. Sr ill bargains cannot be offered again. They are a special purchase. Xmas Gifts in American Glassware and Electroplate Goods, worth everyone's attention. B. 1 WALLACE, The Anson-street Stores, WHERE YOU WILL GET MOST FOR YOUR MONEY. ® m m B SURGEON DENTIST. 105 COWPER-ST., WAVERLEY. Sold Crown Fillings and Bridge Work A Speciality, Teeth Extracted Painlessly, by Latest American Methods. Guaranteed Artificial Teeth on Gold or Vulcanite. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Personal attention to all clients. Visits Mlllthorpo on the first Monday an£ Tuesday of e...
PERAMBULATOR BLOWS INTO THE CLARENCE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
PERAMBULATOR BLOWS INTO THE CLARENCE RIVER. An_ accident that might have had a serious ending occurred at the Law renco wharf on Thursday. It appears that a Mrs. C. Cavaiiagh arrived from McLean with several children and a baby in a perambulatorfl. Leaving the baby in charge of the children she went to look after the luggage. Mean while a sudden gust, of wind got up, driving the perambulator over the. wharf and into the river, a distant of 10 feet. Fortunately, three boys— Syd. Henderson (10), Clarence Ea'ther (11)? and Keith Cameron (10)—were fishing from the wharf at tilio time, and saw the accident. Henderson, with out hesitating, jumped into tho rivor and got hold of the baby, who had floated out of tiho perambulator. Bather also went to the assistance, and be tween them they managcjd !to land tho child unhurt. Both boys were fair ly exhausted, and little wonder, con sidering tho weight of their clothes, and the depth of tho water they were in. Cameron, tho third boy, man to rec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
Summer siree GRANGE. BEST'S PICTURES BOX PLAN SOLE AGENTS FOR STEINWAY, BRINSMEAD, FEUEIOH, MIGNON, LARGEST STOCK OUTSIDE SYDNEY OP EDISON MACHINES AND RECORDS. OVER 8000 TO CHOOSE PROM. SOLD ON EASY TERMS. OLD PIANOS OR ORGANS TAKEN AS PART PAYMENT, AND HIGHEST VALUE ALLOWING. R. C. RUSCHPLER, Manager MMPFS WiihYzsw. . It festal limes A: Serviceable; Stimuli OTs.1.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
What Shall I Give? This little question is worrying a lot o£ us just now, but i£ you see Hansen's Beautiful Stock of Gift things at all prices, the problem will be solved. 9ct. 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, A USEFUL GIFT. Every Lady Appreciates a Pret ty Sterling Silver Manicure Set, that -comes from Hansen's, be cause it's the Very Latest Design. Stg. Sil. Manicure Sets, plain and engraved, in strong velvet lined cases, 10/, 15/, 20/, 30/, to 40/. AT HANSEN'S, (Where all the New Things are) - SUMMER-ST., ORANGE.
CHAPTER XXVI. IN KENSINGTON GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
CHAPTER XXVI. IN KENSINGTON GARDENS. Keeping up appearances is one of the worst thing anyone can do. The worst thing that ever happened to Lady Lynn was the slight effort she mado to keep Tip appearances. It led to many a secret meeting, to many an appointment that would not other wise have been made. 'I must see you,' she would say or write to him—'I must see you, and if you cannot talk to me this evening, I will be in Konsington gardens this affcernWon at four,' wWcK Was a thous and times worse than if she spent the whole evening talking to him in a ball-room. Sir Lionel was far more nervous over these meetings than Lady Lynn. Ho was very careful always to keep ;m,L from the moat frequented parts. He never refused hor invitations, but lie accepted them aH times with fear and trembling. Then people began to speak more openly of tho flirtation, although they were ignorant of half its extent. One , grujat fright inado Sir Lionel moro cautious. This was one day, quite at the end of Ma...
"AS THE WORLD JUDGED HER," (Continued.) CHAPTER XXV. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
18 THE WORLD JUDBED HER," (Continued.) CHAPTER XXV. He was half amazed, half amused, [ thot this brilliant, beautiful woman cared so persistently for him. She was queen of the season—belle of tihe ball. Every man present was longing foi a dance—a word—a smile, and . she thought only of him—cared only for him—longed only to be with him. She was looking at him now with such pleading eyes. 'If I dance twice with someone else, 1 do not care "who it is, then will r you dance ffiith me?' 'You may bo quite sure of if), if you will permit me,' he said. 'Is that prudent,' she asked. 'Will that be studying appearances?' 'Yes,' he answered with a smile. 'It is a' cruel, horrible world,' she said, 'not to let everyone &lt;Jo as she likes best.' 'If we. did what we liked best!, wo should most of us go to destruction,' ho said quickly, and her dark eyes filled with wonder. 'To destruction? Oh, 110, Sir Lionel; I am sure we should not.' Little did she realise that she was fast going to des...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
lie loise »i ¥«!«€, ■^gg«g is the best place for Embroideries. Have a look at our Embroidery Window. You will see some excep tional values. Our Dressmaking Department is now open and any orders entrusted to Mrs. Mackrow will be executed promptly, and in a manner that shall leave nothing to be desired in fit, style, or execution. W. I. Rfc ]l }J i MILLTHORPE. We keep open until 10 p.m. on Saturday Nights. THE SUBWAY STORE " FOR Tiaftr, ironmongery, Pli«6iB§, hi tlM Kleiza Filters. The Proprietor, in thanking his numerous clients for past support, begs to announce that he has added to his Business by putting in a First Class Stock of TIMBER, which will be sold at. the LOWEST MARKET PRICES, Also a splendid new and varied stock of Ironmongery Comprising Tools of all descriptions, Hammers, Saws, Picks, Shovels, Forks, Rakes, Planes, Braces, Bits, Drills Bolts, and Nuts, etc., Fittings and almost anvthini. that may be asked for. STOVES of all kinds, Painters' Materials, and Tools a Specia...
THE DORRIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
THE DQRRIGO. A number of residents of the plat eau have conic down to the coast for the holidays, and notice the conditions prevailing-here as compared with those on t he. higher level. While dry wea ther is checking and withering voge tai'ion with us, the Dorrigo presents an inviting 'appearance, due to ail abundant rainfall and its numerous creeks.-The artificial grasses are grow ing splendidly, and include rye, cocks foot., prairie, lamb's tongue, and cover, and with such a collection tho dairy man of the plateau is in receipt of substantial cheques all through the summer months. Returns from the local factory are most satisfactory, and the . country is admirably suited for micd farming, while English fruits can be produced to perfection. With iiho prospect of '■ railway communication I shortly, the outlook of'tho Dorrigoitos I jo bright for 1912.
NARROMINE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
NARROMINE. On Tuesday last 3G50 bags of wheat were delivered into the Narromine railway yard. At about 9 a.m. on that day there were 70 bullocks and 50 horses attached to loads waiting their turn to weigh. There are now 40,000 bags of wheat stacked in the station j yard, and, as usual, there is a short age of trucks. It is estimated in ad dition to the amount of wheat in tlic Narromine station yard that about 10,000 bags are lying at the various i sidings on the Peak Hill and main lines within the district. The following item furnishes proof if any were needed, of the progress of Narromine. The police estimate the occupied dwellings within the muni cipality on December 31st, at 290—tin occupied nil. Within the Narromine ^portion of the Timbrobongie Shire, the occupied dwellings at 230, and the* , unoccupied, nil, making a total of 520. I The population within the municipal I ity is estimated at: Europeans 1340, aboriginals, nil; Chinese, three; other aliens, seven; the total being 1...
TRUNDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
TRUNDLE. After, very hot conditions and strong gales for a few days a severe thunderstorm eaine up on Saturday afternoon, yielding 38 points of rain. The lightning was very vivid, and one bolt caused the wires at the local post office to fuse, suspending tele phone and telegraph business for a time. Another shower fell on Sunday morning, making up the total to about half an inch. Another thun derstorm came up 011 Sunday after noon, but did not reach the town, passing away to the East. The annual meeting of members of the P. A. and H. Association will be held on Saturday, the 13th instant. A brother of Mr. G. H. Young, of Fiiield, died at the Forbes Hospital last Saturday week. The cause of death was typhoid fever. A goodly number of local residents went to the metropolis for the holi days. On New Year's Eve a number of mon and youths got fairly out of hand and made the night hideous. Besides the noise they kicked up some damage to property resulted. Owing to the energetic actitm of ...
CANOWINDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
CANOWINDRA. Cases of typhoid fever in this town \ have been reported. We regret to learn that Mr. S. ! Tucker, of Canowindra, is at present j an inmate of the Cowra Hospital. We hope to hear of his early recovery. Mr. Thomas Dowd was presented by Rev. Father Keating, last Sunday, at Gpolagong, with a very handsome travelling bag, with silver shield and inscription. Miss Gallagher, of Cargo, success fully underwent an operation at Gantham Private Hospital, Canowin dra, on Wednesday last. We are pleased to hear that she is progress-; ing favorably. Messrs Lavercombe and Moore re-; port having sold on account of Mr. E. L. Speare 1136 acres of wheat land (balance of his Bangaroo property) to Mr. A. W. Swansbra, ot Cranbury.
CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
C ARC OAR. On Sunday last Mr. Auguste Mar mion was brought into the Carcoar Hospital from Trunlcoy Creek, for treatment at that institution. IJr Marmion is in a very weak state, and grave fears are entertained for his recovery. He is 81 years of age, and was conveyed to Carcoar by his son, Mr. Gabriel Marmion. Young Roy Woods, living with his parents along tlie Blayney road, was thrown from a horse on Wednesday last and sustained a nasty cut on the leg. I-Ie was taken to the hospital, where Dr. Hawthorne found It ne cessary to insert several stitchos in I lie wound. We understand he is now progressing favorably. Mr. G. L. Hosie, for the past 10 years manager of the City Bank, Car eoar, has received word of his ap [ pointment to the managership of the Katcomba branch, and. will probably leave Careoar during the next few weeks. As a business man, Mr. Hosie has done splendid service for the institution he has managed at Caiv coar, having greatly increased the vohrame of business during...
SEATS IN COOK PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
SEATS IN COOK PAKE. Moro seating accommodation is re quired' for Cook Park. Yesterday there wore not nearly enough seats, and the notices to keep off the grass were stringently observed by the public. It goes far to show the popularity of the Park when ono cannot obtain a seat, and the crowds who enjoyed tho cool shado thera yesterday,' but had, per force to keep on the move, commented rathor strongly on the sparcity of seats.
THE MOTOR SCORCHER AGAIN. I [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
THE MOTOR SCORCHER AGAIN. I Through the scorching propensity, as evidenced by a motor bikist in Sum mer-street yesterday, another accident was narrowly averted. This time a little girl only missed being run over by the merest chance. If a fatality does occur, and there is every likeli hood of it if the evil is not stopped, then it would be a case of man-slaugh ter, which should 'rightly be designat ed as murder. Time and tiny> again have we' referred to the scorcher, and not. uniSl a dreadful accident occurs will tho police have a piece of , road measured for the purpose of timing the hoodlooms who exceed speed limit inside the Municipal boundary. The down hill grade at the top of Summer street is an enticing piece of road for a mile a minute ride., but when the danger to life and limb is con sidered, we think that the scorcher should select some of the lonely coun try roads to indulge in his pet pastime.
ORANGE A. AND P. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
ORANGE A. AND P. MEETING. A meeting of the schedule committee of the Orange A. and P. Society was hold at the Secretary's office! yesterday afternoon. There were present Messrs. M. F. Dalton (chair), J. B. Wallace, VVv J. Gifford, D. Quinlan, A. J. Lano.H. H.' Powter, J. Nan carrow, C. Blunt, T. Oates, J. Hicks, W. E. West, and the secretary, Mr. W. Tanner. The committee conside red the schedule for the forthcoming show. The following additional classes wore provided for:—Gent's hacknoy, for amateurs only: ladies' hackney, for amateurs only. Prizes of £5 and £2 . are to be given for the first and second horse in a hunter's event for horses' that have never won a prize, to be ridden by amateurs. A potato race on horseback, a threading the needle race, a farmers' trot handicap, with prizes of £5 and £2 are to be provided for. In the fruit section ftwo collec tions of six varieties each of pears and apples have been added. Prizes of £3 and £1 respectively will be given for first and se...
MR. A. JUDD'S JUMPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
MR. A. JUDD'S JUMPERS. Mr. Dolph Jtidd is again preparing his jumping horses for tho forthcoming tour of the country shows. A start will be made at Warwick (Q.) at tho ond of this month, the horses going straight from Blayney to the Northern State. From Warwick the shows down through Queensland and N.S.W. will be visited in rotation, reaching Sydney in time for the Royal Show, thonce to Bathurst, Orange, and other Western towns, and afterwards the principal Victorian exhibitions. At present Sir. Judd has; six horses in I train, including Desmond, the old ve teran, who is now 24 years old, the others are Sunrise, tho champion hack of the Commonwealth: Young High lander, Novice, Bayfield, and Eden Laddie. Speaking of the old grey horse, Desmond, ho has earned more for his owner than any of his other horses during the last 10 years, and he holds, at present, the record for high jumping for Australia, having cleared tho bar at 6ft. 10} inches.
THERE ARE MANY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912
THERE ARE MANY. There are many remedies for the hair, but we can safely say that there !s not one which has so many friends as Tressoline, the hair tonic that kills the dandruff germ and makes vour liair 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.