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CHAPTER XXVII. THE FLOWERS AND THE LOCKET [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912
CHAPTER XXVII. THE FLOWERS AND THE LOCKET The first thing that struck Sir Lionel that evening was the exquisitie flowers that Lady Lynn wore. The health was so delicate, and it was no beautifully arranged with the fern. 'You have excelled yourself to-night ma belle,' he whispered. 'Thanks to you,' she roplied, and he tjhought she alluded to the pleasure I sho • felt at his coining. | Everything passed off as usual. The I earl went to his study for his usual siest. Lady Lynn had led Sir Lionel I to the other end of the drawing-room to show him some fine engravings, and the other visitors present had too mucl} tact to interrupt what was evidently a pleasant tete-a-tete, and not! a very short one. 1 (To bo Continued.)
SPORTING. W.D.R. ASSOCIATION. ADDITIONAL LIST OF REGISTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912
SPORTING. W.D.lt. ASSOCIATION. ADDITIONAL LIST OF REGISTRA TIONS. Bookmakers.—F. Al. Bourke, A. J Coney, T. C. Field, K. H. Giddy Ayngun; A. lllclntosh,- iviudgee; X Uunway, Coonamble; Harry Johnstone Uanowindra; H. lUaviidu, uiigandni r. U Leary, Butliurst; (j. Tidmar.jh Cowra; »v. it. I'ianagan, Batlmrst; f. 11. McCartney, L'aiiowindra; and K. iNionoils, Bathursi. 1 rumors.—J."Brown, 'Cowra; A. J. Cornwall, Goolagong; C. Crook, Or ange; 11. Dunsttr, uiJgandm; L,. Dev lin, Urenfell; J. I'orun, Gilgandra; E. C. Foley, Gilgandra; W\ Hough, Cra boon, J.'T. Hartley, Gulgong, H. Row loy, Gilgandra, and J. T. Travis, Tran gie. * Jookeys.—Wiliiam Cottee, Mudgee; A. Emery, Breakfast Creek; J. Fisher, Cunowindra; B. O. Foley, Gilgandra; 1 Thos Hogan, NVallerawang; J. H. Im ber, Mudgee; Chas. Jackson, Narro mine; M. Mudigan, Cowra; E. G. Phi llips, Mudgee; J. Sullivan, Wallera wHng; N. bcanlon, Katoomba, Clerks.—F. Blume, Lithgow; Chas. Bourke, Nyngan; J. J, Burns, Orange; 11. Ball, Young; T...
EAST ORANGE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912
EAST ORANGE COUNCIL. The regular fortnightly meeting of tho East Orange Council will be held to-nightt The Mayor is to move:— "No; 1. That the finance _ committee consider and report on estimates pre pared in accordance with section 142 (1) of the Local Government Act, 1906. and ordinances made thereunder, and recommcnd to the Council the rates to be made lind lovied for the current year, /and :|whether on the .-Unimproved or Improved Capital Valueof all rate able land in the Municipality." "No. 2. Thati the report of the Finance Committee, on .the estimate and rate for tho current year, _ received at this meeting of the Council be adopted."
SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912
SALVATioif ARMY. Captain and Mrs Rignold left Orange on Monday night for Goulburn, to t&Ke charge of the Salvation Army- Corps flhere. On Sunday last they conduct ed farewell services at the local bar racks, which were well attended. On Thursday next, Ensign and Mrs. Hunt, from Young, will arrive, and will; ba welcomed on Sunday next by. the metn bers of tho local corps. Captain and Mrs. Rignold commended themselves to those among whom liioy so faithfully ministered, and deep regret is expres sed at their removal. Tho prayers and best wishes of, tho Savation Army people go ..with them for. a successful ministry at Goulburn. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912
New Year Supplies NEW YEAR SPECIALS. Currants, 6V&d per lb. Sultanas, 7%d per 11). Lemon Peel, 7d per lb. Dates, 4d per lb. Arnott's Xraas Cakes, 2/6 each, lib. Cakes, 3 fr 1/9. Preserves (readies, 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 doken. GLASSWARE SPECIALS.— Orna mental Jugs,- Basins, Dishes, etc., usually charged 2/ to 2/6 each, any article 1/. Get In early for these. Sr-ih bargains cannot be offered again. They are a special purchase. Xmas Gifts In American Glassware and Electroplate Goods, worth everyone's attention. B. J, WALLACE, The Anson-streei Stores,; WHERE YOU WILL GET MOST FOR YOUR MONEY. II® @##11 ©HUfl I!® ©null #11®®® | E. A. Magylre's I o Great Summer Sale I © • • © | Starts Tomorrow. Thursday, Jan 11. @ ©. | ©oi^ Hlong Quickly and Secure Some 0 ' of the Wonderful Bargains. Bargains for the Ladies. 0 © © © ® Fabric Gloves, 4%d; Children's Cashmere Dresses, ail ...
THE LABOR SENATE CANDIDATE SELECTION. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912
T1IE LABOR, SENATE CANDIDATE SELECTION. j SYDNEY, Tuesday. Although a start has not yet been made with the counting o£ ballot papers for the selection o£ three Lab or candidates for the Senate, it is un derstood that the three -leading will eventually come out on top. They are J. Grant, general secretary of the P.L.L., Ike Smith, secretary of the central branch of the A.W.U., and j. D. Fitzgerald, the well-known barris ter.
A REMINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912
A REMINDER. A reminder : is given of the very special programme to be submitted by the West's Pictures Go. at; «i0.»Austra lian Hall to-night. • The star picture "Rob Roy" should be well worth the price of admission. The rest of .the items will be up to West's usual high class s'nndard. Seats may be booked at NiAofeea'e extra qWgfc.
COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER SUICIDES. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912
COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER SUICIDES. SYDNEY. Tuesday. 1 &lt; William Anderson (53), a commer cial traveller, and prominent for many years in city business circles, was found in Wentworth Park early this morning "with a bullet wound in the right temple, and a revolver in his hand, dead. Anderson was a martyr to a painful internal com plaint, and a. few days ago told a .col league that he was'dying by inches, and intended to end his life. ■
A DESPICANLE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912
a ?Sdbspigable act, - While a couple of youths ^wena out viewing the' water works dam yester day per bike, they left their machines near the road and When they returned they were surprised to see that someone had ripped Both their tyres with a knife and;',they were obli ged to push their \inachmos: ;homo. Now, an action of it very low down, and^ihbl j1^ri\otrUtpr de serves severe punishtneilt.^*It fis wan tonness of this kind thafc should be placed in tlto hands of the police, and sifted out. »
J. S. LEEDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912
J. S. LEEDS" AND CO. Orange Corporation Yards, -on Wed nesday, January 17, 16,000 store sheep. Evidence of the necessity for hav ing (he ladies' latrines in .different portions of the hotel yards to that of gents. was Instanced iu the assault case on 'Saturday .night. It ia also a proof that hotel yards should be well lighted up. ORANGE: Printed and Published b$ the Proprietor, Percival Stuari Garling, at "The Leader" Offices Lord's Place, Orange, and Pym street, Millthorpe, in the State o'j Vfr>lc:s