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BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. I At Frape's big tournament at the j Grand Western Sitloon 011 Monday I night the opening game was played when Syd. Harvey, 50 on, defeated Ken Ward, 1.0 beh'nd, by 37 points. The following are the handicaps for the, remaining games to bo played: Glasson, scracth, versus Hector, 35 on; W. Fardy, 40 on,, ,v. R, Hawkins, scratch; Trescillian, 40 behind, v. Nash, 70 on; E. Townsend, 10 behind, v, C. Beddle, 30 on;' Brooks, JO be hind, v. O'Leary, 55 on; Lockhart, scr., v. CoIIacott, 30 on; Dempsey, scr., v. Rock, 40 on; Roach, scr., v. Shakespeare, 30 on; G. Hawkins, 10 behind, v. Davies, SO on; Coleman, scr., v Lennox, 30 on; Currie, 25 on. v. Redmond, 35 on; Robertson, 10 on, v . P. Fardy, 40 on; W. Townsend, scr., v. McCanley, 40 on; A. Foster, 90 on, v. Firth, 00 on; H. Hampton, 35 on, v. M. Reid, 20 on.

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

THE RABBIT TRAPPERS' STRIKE. The rabbit trappers in the Orange district, in common with their con freres in other parts of the State, are on strike. On Saturday last repre sentatives of the local branch of the Rabbitera' Union presented a request for the payment of 5V&d per pair all round for rabbits. Mr. Cowan offers 5d for first grade rabbits, and-4d for second grade or young rabbits. It is said that the majority of the trappers are in favor of accepting the rates named, but are standing out ill sym pathy with the strikers at other works. Judging by'the quantities of .rabbity brought to the local works It is computed that an average trapper would be enabled to earn 10/ to 12/ per day at the rates offered. About 800 pairs of rabbits wereb rought to the Orange works yesterday. The works are-still going, but more rab bits could, of course, be handled. A meeting, of trappers will probably lie held to-day to consider the position. Mr. Ike Smith was at Blayney yes tsrday in refe...

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

BOWLS. In connection with the bowling competition yesterday afternoon Huynes forfeited to Johnson/ Crooks to Young, and Bellamy to Ambrose. Garling, 12, beat Morgan, 15; -by 25— 2-1; Warren, sc., beat Leeds, 8, by 25—16; Barnes, 11, beat Farr, 12, by 25—21. .

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

ROAD RACE. A handicap lilcyclc race has been arranged for Wednesday afternoon, 31st instant, the course to lie from Millthorpe Post-olllce to Basham's Hill and back.

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STATION PROPERTY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

'STATION PROPERTY SALE. We are advised by Winchcombe, Car son, Limited, that they have sold J)or tion of Togonmain Station, Riverina, 25,700 acres freehold, together with about 3000 station-bred wethers to C. R. Westmacott, Esq., late of Bethun g'ra Park, Illabo.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

LOCAI, SUCCESS. Mr It.- C. Millar, of Aliutnorpe, lias been 0110 of the tow luclcy ones, being the owner of No. 1 ticket in the Or ange Eight-hour Art Union, wh'cli won the 28th prize in that union.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

West's Pictorial Masterpieces. to-night. "Send out'the fiery cross, and the heather will soon be aflame." THE WORLD-RENOWNED AND DEARLY LOVED SCOTTISH DRA MA, ROB ROY. ROB ROY. ROB ROY. (Only to be seen at West's.) ROB ROY.' Taken on the actual ROB ROY. ground where all the liis ROB ROY. toricevents occurred, ROB ROY. the Claehan of Aberfoyle, ROB ROY. by kind permission of ROB ROY. their Graces the Duke ROB ROY. and Duchess ot Montrose ROB ROY. A great production, act ROB ROY. ed by a great cast, In ROB ROY. eluding famous expon ROB ROY. ents of the various parts. ROB ROY. "Rob Roy," by John ROB ROY. Clyde, ''Francis Osbald ROB ROY. eston," by Durward Lely, ROB ROY. "Helen McGregor" by ROB ROY. Miss Theo. Hendrles, and ROB ROY. a company in all num ROB ROY. bering over EIGHTY ROB ROY. PERFORMERS. Seats booked at Nicholson's.

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THE WHEAT STEALING CASE PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

THE WHEAT STEALING CASE PAltKES. Thomas Bungato and Herbert A. Noave' were charged ati tlio Parkos Po lice Court, last Wednesday, with steal ing wheat in company from it. S. Ho ward and Sons wheat shed. Tlio P.M. commented on tko evidence for the de fence, and he said ono of the accused's evidence was absolutely false. They wore lined £5 each. At tlio same court John Farnsworth (18) was char ged wibli having obtained a watch and chain, valuo £it from Arthur Schmidt, by means of a . valueless cheque. Fro derick J. Stedman deposed: Am ac countant at the Commercial Bank at Parlces; produce a cheque for £4, pur porting to bo signed by S. G. Johnson; there is no such account in the bank. Arthur Schmidt doposed: Am a jewel ler residing at Parkes; on tho 22nd last month sold defendant tho watch and chain produced; tho watch was £3 and tho chain 12/6; ho paid for the ar ticles with tho chcquo produced; tho cheque has been roturned from tlio bank marked "No account,'." To tho Bench: Asked de...

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

GOOD RESOLUTIONS. i>Vw of us are bo good or so blind to, our failings that wo occasionally rea lity tho necessity for reforming. The utvv year is almost universally chosen au the period for "turning over a nu w leaf," and making good resolu tions. Fortunately wo aro not all ad dicted to intemperance in drink or gambling. Maybe your especial fall uj0' is one of omission, of neglecting to auend to matters which at llr3t sight may not appear urgent. Let each owrnber of our community place a due regard, for health above every other consideration. Tho key to health lies m the mouth—teeth. Weigh that abatement well, keep your attention nxed on that key, and see that it la maintained In good order, clean and unght, not as is too often the case tarnished, corroded, faulty, dilapidated, neglected and worse than useless, uou't neglect your tectu-r-you can i ■tiiuru 11. hiariy in Uits now year aiaiivi this resolution. To be honeat, duiiti', trutr.fui, and call on the denusi vviiu will exami...

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CROSS-COUNTRY RAILWAY LEAGUES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

CROSS-COUNTRY RAILWAY LEAGUES. This morning there arrived in Or ange the secretary of the Werris Creek Railway League. This gentle man is most anxloug to meet the leading people of Orange, and those who are interested in the welfare of the town, to have a chat over the proposals that are now before the country, especially ..the west and north, as to the linking up of the two systems. The gentleman in question has come down from Dubbg after at tending meetings of the railway league there, and he was also present at the big meeting at Wellington-on Monday night. The fight between the advocates of the rival routes at the present juncture is fairly keen, and whatever route has the support of Orange will have a lot in its favor.' Tho Premier Amateur Dramatic' Co. are strenuously rehearsing the powerful drama, "The Land of the Liv ing," to be staged in Orange on tho 27th proximo. An exceptionally' bril liant company, and a credit to the district, they should draw a crowded house. The comp...

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

IND USTiilAL STATISTICS. The establishment of a labor and in dustrial branch of the Commonwealth Bureau of Census Statistics is jjro gressi.ug rapidly. The branch is being lormed. to supply .accurate information as to wages, cosu of living, conditions; . - of employment, cost of production; and otlier matters of interest to labor and industry. This is the only possible way of getting at corrccii figures, and by going to tne root first and obtain ing all possible information thereto, so that legislation dealing with idle eco nomic. life of tho people can be brought satisfactorily to bear. Agents have been appointed in the more important industrial centres of the Common- ' . wealth, and the support of the labor organisations and tho trade unions has \ been obtained. ~~a' Steps are also being taken to o"btam more complete information from manu facturers and others than has liithorto been available, and the systematic col lection of the retail prices throughout the Commonwealth is now b...

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

MOTOR CYCLE ACCIDENT. An accident that might easily have been attended with serious results be fel Mr, G. Schmidt, . the well-known western traveller for James Martin and Co., yesterday. He was travel ling at a speed of 20 mjles an' hour between Woodstock and Canqwindra when the fork of his machine broke. He was thrown heavily on to the road and sustained a severe shaking with sundry bruises and gravel rash. Mr. Schmidt was indeed execedingly fortunate in escaping without the breaking of a limb.

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AUCTION ABSTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

AUCTION ABSTRAGIb. Following is u.u abstract pi approacb .ug auction aales:— J. S. LEEDS AND CO. At liiie Orange Corporation Yards, on AVednesday, January 17 th, at 11 o'clock, 2000 choice stoi-e cattle, 8000 choicu store sheep.

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BEDFORD, TAYLOR AND WESTON, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

BEDFORD, TAYLOR AND WESTON, LTD. Oraiigu Corparaticm Yards, Thurs day, January 11th, 47 at cattle, and 200 fat sheep. }

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APPROACHING PROPERTP SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

APPROACHING PROPERTP SALES. Messrs. Glasson. Coulson, . and Mc Lachlait announce that thov will sub-' mit. to public auction, at their rooms, Lord's Place, at an early date, valua ble property, Having a- frontage to William-street, East Orange, as parti cularised in our advertising columns. The auctioneers draw special attention lo Shis sale, which is to wind'up a deceased estate. The property is situ ated in one of the most valuable centres in Orange, and is for positive sale.

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GLASSON, COULSON, & McLACHLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

GLASSON, COULSONj &' McLACH LAN, Orange Corparation Yards, Thurs day, lltli January, 70 fat caitlej 3U0 fat sheep.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

Popular Washing Prints at Popular Prices "Will they Wash?" Is an every day question. We answer " Yes.'' we will replace any length purchased at our Store. Sf they Ho n't REVERSIBLE PRINTS AT 4^d. In Plain Colors—Sky, Green, Navy, Hello, Pink, Green, Old Rose, Blue Grey, Holland. 80in. Wide,, yard. DARK GROUND WASHING PRINTS AT 4&d.: Navy Grounds, Small Spots and Sprays, Butcher Blue Grounds, Spots, and Small Designs. SOIn. Wide ..iVzi yard. SMART FRENCH CAMBRICS AT 10^d.: ... WHITE Designs Helio. 521n. Wide 10^d yard GROUNDS IN Choice in Sky, Pink, Gre«n, 10/3 tko dozen. REVERSIBLE ZEPHYR CAMBRICS AT GWd: In Plain Colors, Grey, Navy, Helio, Pink, Green, Holland, Red, Blue Grey.' 32Iii. Wide .. . .6Wd. yard 6/3 the dozen. UNRIVALLED CAMBRICS AT fij&d. White Grounds, Small Spots. Neat Designs, in Black, Pink, Lilac; also Fancy Stripes in all Colors. 82in. Wide 6Wd. yard 6/8 the dozen. INVINCIBLE CAMBRICS AT 7U<1: White and Tinted Grounds, Prin cipal Designs ...

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"AS THE WORLD JUDGED HER," (Continued.) CHAPTER XXVI. IN KENSINGTON GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

MED (.Continued.) CHAPTER XXVI. IN KENSINGTON GARDENS. But all the same she had trembled at the fear of detection, and was de lighted that the earl had not seen her. Sir Lionel t thought much moro seri ously over the matter. If the earl had seen him, what would have been tho result? Lven at the very best it would have been most awkward. If tho earl had been told that they had met by accident, he would have been suspicious and hard to satisfy.' Although Lionel loved her with a pas sion that was not love, he felt that he should bo almost'' relieved when the season was over and he could return homo. _ Lady Lynn's love for him was a passion, as intense as any passion could be; his, 011 the contrary was very weak, and cited only by her ad miration for him. ' ' 'It was a fortunate escape,' said Lady Lynn; and the time came when the young baronet thought', perhaps, that it had not been so fortunate after all, and that it might have been much better had tho earl seen them. Many such little ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

WIS©®®©#©©®#®©®#©©©©#®®©#®1 What Shall I Give? This little question is worrying a lot of us just now, but if you see Hansen's Beautiful Stock of Gift things at all prices, the problem "will be solved. Oct. 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, B©©©0©©©®Se0©S©®©©©®0©©@©® I A USEFUL GIFT. 3 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 arc) SUMMER-ST., ORANGE. Summer street ' ORANGE. TESTIS PICTURES BOX PLAN LARGEST S^OCE OUTSIDE SYDNEY OF EDISON MACHINES AND RECORDS]. OVER; S©LB RGBNTS FOR STEINWAY, 'BRINSMEAD, FEURICH, MIGNON, 8000 TO CHOOSE FROM. sold on easy terms. OLD 1'ianos or organs taken AS hart payment, and highest value allowing. R. C. RUSCHPL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

MR. S. A. BASSER, the Vienna Optician, may be: consulted at the ROYAL HOTEL, ORANGE, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, and at the COMMER CIAL HOTEL, MILLTHORPE, on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1912 Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. VISIT MR..-BAS&ER AND ■ HAVE YOUR £YES TESTED FREE. If joor Eyes easily tiro and throb, If you have Constant Head aches, if your eight at times becomes blurred, or If your slj/ht troubles you In any way, you should take advantage of my offer 1'? thorough ly and Scientifically tost your Byes, Absolutely Free. Eaoh .eye will be oxamined thoroughly with the aid of the Very Latest an l Improved Instruments, including the Cornea Ophthalmiscope, tho flrp.-. in Austra lia, and glasses will not be recommended unless they arn positively necessary, : ' Ohlldrens'Byes are also treated, and in overy Instance .ny oharges are very reasonable. My certificates are the highest In Australia, secured , the Best Optical Institutes, and obtained by examination with fjVv^j.QS from Vienna, • Be...

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