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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

The Leading and most up-to-date House in the West for Men's and Boys9 Wear. Our well-known TAILORED SUITS are built on the Premises by only the Best of Workmen. Prices: 70/, 75/, 80/, 90/, 100,/. Try one of our Much-Sought-After everything pertaining to GENTLEMEN'S* SU J TINGS. Expert Tailor, SUMMER-STREET. ORANGE cos. ouiXb, uut and Fitted by our Head Cutter, and built with American Shoulders, We will gladly send you a Fash ion Book, Measure Forms and Patterns for the asking. Millthorpe is the Healthiest Town in New South Wales. ^0 The Grand Western Hotel, Is not only THE LEADING HOTEL in MILLTHORPE, but one of the Best Residential Hotels in the West. The Terms are Very Moderate. G. E. FRAPS, Proprietor. Wolaroi Crammer School Orange. Thorough Preparation for Entrance to the Universities, Public Service, &c. For all information apply to THE HEADMASTER. R. EWIN, Aflf'loncer, Sloch, stciicn and General ceMlssiea AgeBf, MSLLIIIORPE. Sales Conducted in Town or District at Short...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

CAN'T SHAKE IT OFF. How often we hear persons with colds make the above remark; but Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery shakes them off promptly and effectively in a few doses. Price 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable from A. P. Stanford, J. Plowman, A. Farts .1. Holmes and B. J. Wallace.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting. A.J.C. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

Sporting. A.J.C. ANNIVERSARY' MEETING. I SYDNEY, Monday. The following are the weights for the principal ovejits in connection with the A.J.C. Anniversary meeting:— CHALLENGE STAKES, of 400 Sovs. I Six furlongs. . ] .Blast Blairgour ..9 0 Irishman Hot Air Malt Mary . ,v .. .. 8 12 Wirrilla Baw Bee Sylvander , .. 8 11 Lady Rucnalf .. ..8 9 Manchester ..8 9 Grist .. Lady Olwen ..8 4 Kurnell Gigandra ..8 4 Ptah .... Borrosov Appearance ..8 3 •Wild West Precious lloyal Merv .. 7 13 Sunburnt .. 7 12 Lady Malster .. .. 7 11 Bective George Gunn .. ..7 7 Gold Pan ..7 7 Sweot Bay ..7 1 Maltfield Sweet Adeline .. .. 6 13 Humulus Struthio .. ..6 13 Lochano .. 6 12 Ayroline Milfoil .. 6 12 Peronolla . .. 6 10 Mashtun Miocene Savanax Boy Scout Meringue Oraraa Pride of Murillo.. .. ..6 7 Maldant ..6 7 Flavescent .. 6*7 Marnghi Euenella ..6 7 Voldon ..6 7 Substitute ..6 7 Amazed .. ...... ..6 7 Omar Khayyam ... ... 6 7 Ioli .. 6 7' Spanish Lady .. ..6 7 Rose Foote .. 6 7 Warida ..6 7

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP, of 500 Sovs.; 1½ mile. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP, of 500 Sovs.; lij mile. Son of the Marsh .... 9 11 Flaxen 9 4 Eric 9 2 Britain 8 11 Baw Bee 8 9 Electric Wire 8 9 Didus .. 8 6 Kurnell 8 6 Danaus 8 4 Lady Ruenalf 8 2 Bridge .. 8 2 Myrabluan 8 2 Sandbath 7 18 Flava 7 11 Crown Thistle 7 10 Drift 7 7 Lady Wilde 7 7 King Bee 7 4 Crown Derby 7 2 Chaste 7 2 Olive Green 7 1 Pompfrey .. 6 13 Cremalto .. .. .. .;.. 6 10 Haze 6 8 Cashmoro 6 8 Crofton .. 6 7 Brown Dave 6 7 Orama 6 7 Blue Pet 6 7 Mashtun 6 7 Barlow 6 7 Idyia 6 7 Euenella 6 7

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SKILLED LABORERS WANTED. BRISBANE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

SKILLED LABORERS WANTED. BRISBANE, Saturday. Another deputation from the Bris bane Chamber of Manufactures, on Saturday, waited on the Premier, and asked that in order to meet the short age of skilled laborers the Government should introduce workmen from abron i. Mr. Donham said that on inquiry he had ascertained that there was a short age of tailoresses, but a plethora of men in other departments. A large number of girls coming to Queensland as domestics were not domestics, and he would not allow domestics t ■ out free. He thought it fair, that if any industry yrere languishing for want of labor, masters should pay a portion of the costi of bringing men out. Hei was absolutely opposed to flooding the labor market. He in tended to. rearrange to some extent the fees now paid by immigrants. He would, when in the soul make inquiries regarding so. operation there.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROMOTIONS IN FEDERAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

i PROMOTIONS IN FEDERAL SEI?-' I ' VICE. The re-classification and promotion of officers In the Federal service gives Mr. Hunt, the meteorologist, a salary of £700, an increase of £50; Mr. Percy T. Owen, Director-General of . Public Works, gets £1000, an in crease of £100; Mr. O. R. Scrivener, director of the Commonwealth Sur vey antl'liands, £900, an increase of £100; Mr. J. • W. McLaren, clem in charge of the electrical branch, N.S. W., £420, an increase of £20; Mr. George J. Oakeshott, director of pub lic works, N.S.W., £650, an increase o£ £50; Mr. C. H. Todd, clrek of works, Public Works branch, N.S.W., £310, an incx*ease of £25; Mr. H. C. Brown, .clerical division , Public Works branch, N.S.W., £310, an in crease of £25; Mr. J. Hesketh, chief electrical engineer, N.S.W., £900, an increase of £100.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

DESIRABLE TOILET SOAPS. Should always be pure and dainty. Perfume does not make a soap, al-. thougli 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 unfit to use on the skin and offer them in fancy 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 effects of sun and dry winds. Sold in boxes at 1/(5 or 6d a cako Mr. Moreton Hyde Fitzhardingo, sen., l-elieving police magistrate, has been appointed Deputy Licensing Ma gistrate for the licensing district of Bathurst for a period not exceeding two months, and to act as ^lie_ visit ing justice to the gaol; and as.district registrar in' bankruptcy at Bathurst, during the absence of Mr. J. Jennings on leavtj—from the 2nd instan...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORANGE POLICE COURT. A LORD'S PLACE SENSATION. ALLEGED ASSAULT ON A WOMAN. THE ACCUSED DISCHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

ORANGE POLICE COURT. : A LORD'S PLACE SENSATION. ALLEGED ASSAULT ON A WOMAN. THE ACCUSED DISCHARGED. j Before Mr. E. Marriott-. P.M., Thos. ' McAIister was charged with unlaw i fully assaulting Verah Norris, on Sat : urday last. . [ Mr. ftf. A. Casey appeared for the defence, and Sub-Inspector Bear con ducted the case for the prosecution. Senior Constable Byrne deposed. From certain information received I went with Constable Coleman in search of tie accused. I saw him in Anson-street, outside the Standard Hotel; I asked him was - he at the Occidental Hotel on Saturday; the accused said he was there at about half past nine; he said he was in the back yard of the hotel, and that he went there ,io see a dog: in the yard: he further stated that he went to a w.c.; accused said he did not see any other man in the yard at the time; 1 told McAIister I wanted him to come to the lockup; he said he did not know Vera Norris at the Occidental Hotel; I took the statement pfoduced from the accused...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN AVIATOR. WILL HE COME TO ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

AUSTRALIAN AVIATOR. WILL HE COME TO ORANGE. i Mr. W. E. Hart, the first Australian aviator to gain the Aerial Club's cer tificate, is endeavouring to arrange a series of exhibitions throughout the principal towns in N.S.W. To this end Mudgee is at present in commu nication with Mr. Hart's manager, Mr. Clancy, for a flight in Mudgee during show week. Forbes are also proposing to have the aerial gentle man visit their town at show time. We think this would be a good move also on the part of the Orange peo ple, and we feel sure that an exhi bition of the kind at show time would be the biggest draw that could be conceived for the financial success of our show. The machines which Mr. Hart will use will no doubt play an important part in the future defence of Australia, and would be an ocular demonstration, and an education, that would prove beyond doubt the effi cacy of the machine far better than the descriptions provided by tjie press throughout the length and breadth of the land. Not ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

A. R. Allum, jffiftBMUSWBfci ROAD, EAST ORANGE. Also of Cliatswood and Sydney. IS prepared to undertake all classes of building in any part o£ the town or district. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON • APPLICATION. Promptitude In Carrying Out Work A Speciality. Crofts' Vehicles ARE B&ILT TO LAST. Many of them, made 20 years ago. » >> in constant use arer since, and are still running well. Anything from a Bulky to a Waggon built on the premises, and no shoddy material used In them. A SPECIALTY.-—I do net or cripple your wheel®, tot I"1* *hQm in thorough order before Tyring them. B. CROFTS COACH BUILDER, WHEELWRIGHT AND HORSESIIOER, BLAYNEY. (Next Court Hous«) • IIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIHIIIHIIIiaillllllllllllillliil | THE PREMIER g 5 HAIRDRESSER AND TOBAC- | | CONIST, | | SUMMER-ST., ORANGE. | 1 J. MAOKIE, Proprietor. § I ALL Razors Thoroughly Steri- 3 S lised before using. Three S "• hands at work, no waiting. S S Hair Brushed by Machinery, s = Open till 10 p.m. every Satur- g day. Opp. ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEAT READY RECKONER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

WHEAT HEADY RECKONER. The following shows at a glance how farmers may arrive at the number of bushels of wheat contained in a given load. It is handy table and should be posted in every home:— One quarter equals 281bs. Two quarters equal 56 lbs. Three quarters equal Ibus 241bs. Oue cwt. equals Ibus. 521bs. Two cwt equals 3bus. 441bs. Tlu'oe cwt. equals obus. 361bs. Four cwt. equals 7bus. 281bs. Five cwt equals Dbue. 201bs. Six cwt equals llbus. 12 lbs. Seven cwt equals 13bus 4ibs. Eight cwt equals 14bus 561bs. Nine cwt equals 16bua 481bs. Toil cwt equals 18bus 4Uibs. Eleven owt equals 20bus 321bs. Twelve cwt equals 22bus 241bs. Thirteen cwt equals 24bus 161ba. Fourteen cwt equals 26bua 81bs. Fifteen cwt equals 28bus Olbs. Sixteen cwt equals 29bus o21bs. Seventeen cwt equals 31bus 441bs. Eighteen cwt equals 33bus 361bs. Nineteen cwt equals 2obus 281bs. One ton equals 37bus 201bs. Two tons equals 74bus 401bs, Three tons equals 112bus. Four tons equals 149bus 201bs. Five tons equals 18...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

ON THE LAND. According to the Jerilderie corres pondent of a Sydney daily paper, the .Rural Workers' Union must be mi es pecially powerful anl influential or ganisation. Jerilderie, according to this writer, has had an exceptionally poor harvest, consequent, one would have thought, on iiio meagre rainfall of only 5 inches during the grow ing season. But the cause, as implied by the Sydney paper's correspondent, is apparently lurtuer to seek. "'Owing to the poor yield," he said, "the farm ers, especially the recent settlers from Victoria, are generally disappointed. The results will intensify the leeiings against the llural Workers' demands, aud many lmvo already expressed tiie opinion that rather tiian submit to tho claims, they will go in for a re the claims, they will go in for a re duced area the coming season," A recent number of the English hor ticultural magazine "The Garden," figures in colors a new fruit produc tion, tho laxtonberry. The laxtonberry is stated to be a cross b...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF MR. FRANK GLASSON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

DEATH OF MR. FRANK GLASSON. After a severe illness extending over five weeks, Mr. Frank Glasson passed away at liis home, upper Keppel-street, Bathurst at an early hour on Satur day morning. The deceased, who was well-known and widely esteemed among all classes of tho community, will bo sadly missed. He was 59 years of age. Mr. Glasson was a South Australian. Born at Adelaide in 1853, he, witth his parents, came to this State when he was only two years of age. The family took up their residence at Kelso, where he spent his school days. His mothor conducted the post office there for many years. On leaving school Mr. Glasson went into Messrs E, "Webb and Co's. office as a clork, and remained with that firm for some years. Evon- . tually he left Bathurst to take up the   position of manager of the Mudgee branch of Cobb and Co's. business. Ho remained with Cobb and Co. until 1886 in which year he returned to Bathurst and opened on his own account as a land and estate agent,...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GEURIE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

GEURIE. The holidays passed off very quietly.   Wheat is arriving at the railway every day. Farmers are handicapped for want of teams, and consequently all descriptions of vehicles are being   used.   Mr. J. Panthon, father of Mr. J. J. Panthon, is in a very critical state, and little hope is entertained for his recovery. Mr. N. Larum, of Geurie, has accepted the tender of Messrs Grahan and   Buttenshaw to erect a hall for   entertainment purposes. The building will be of brick, and will be 90ft. in length by 30ft. wide, and will have seating accommodation for about 400 people. Mr. Larum expects to open the new hall early in April.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF MRS. DONNELLY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

DEATH OF MRS. DONNELLY. The death occurred on Saturday af- ternoon of Mrs. Donnelly, of Russell street, Bathurst, at the age of 48 years. The deceased, who had been in a delicate state of health for many months past, was a native of Forbes, but had resided within the Bathurst district during the greater part of   her life. Her husband pre-deceased   her by several years. She is survived by a family of four daughters and one son—Mrs. Simmons (Coolabah), Misses Annie (Sydney), Mary and Dorothy (Bathurst), and Master George (Bath- urst). Mr. J. Sullivan, of Kite-street, East Orange, is a brother of the de- ceased.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUDDEN DEATH AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 9 January 1912

SUDDEN DEATH AT PARRAMATTA   While the crowd were waiting in Parramatta Park on Sunday for the   aviators to arrive , Albert Ernest Cook, 44, left his home in order to be   present. He had with him his son, aged 7, and an infant, 12 months' old. When a little past the old Government House he said to his little boy that   if the flying machine did not arrive   he would go home, as he was not feel- ing well. He then sat down, with the baby still in his arms, when sud- denly he gave a couple of gasps, and died immediately. Cook complained of pains in the chest, and he attri- buted them to indigestion. He had not been under a doctor's care. Cook was caretaker of the Parramatta Ov- al. He leaves a wife and six child- ren.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

POLICE COURT. The monthly Police Court will be held this (Wednesday) morning, when Mr. Marriott, P.M., -will adjudicate. The principal business will be the hearing 6£ Small Debts cases. Mrs. Cowso, of Clinton-streot, has been ill during the past few days wifli tlic very prevalent malady-^gastritis. The many friends of the respected old lady will wish her a, sijcedy recovery. Mr. Neilsen, ex-Minister for Lauds in New South Wales, commends boxng as a grand sport when handled cleanly. As long .as boxing is kept free ana clean lie says it will be among the levl ina: Australian sporifc. Tho continental on Now Year's at Wade Park, resulted in a profit of £30, which has been equally divided between the Eight-Hour Association and the Town Band.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRINK NOT A DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

DRINK NOT A DISEASE. Drink is not a disease. The high est scientific authorities now agree that drink craving is duo to alcoholic poisoning, the removal of which ef fects a permanent cure. The Neal Treatment for drunkenness accom plishes this entirely in three days. Those concerned, should write to The Neal Institute, Woodbury-street, Mar rickville, Sydney, for booklet, "The Neal Way." It explains everything.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

IMPROVEMENTS. Mr. Frape is having a new veran dah erected at Mr. Haver's Pym-street shop, the original one having been ■ chopped down to check the progress of the recent fire outbreak at James and Co.'s and Bennett's buildings.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

A NEW FIRM. Messrs, Gregory.;, and Fen ton, who ere practical" up&olsterers, matifcress • a-! kers and furniture , repairers, . have opened up in Poisley-street, near the railway station, with a large stock of furniture, for which they aro asking prices that should attract a good deal of custom % theia, iwpg- 'Mr. Gregory, who has just taken .Mr. Fenton into partnership, is already well-known as an expert at renovating and repairing furniture.

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