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ORANGE JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

ORANGE JOCKEY CLUB. At the meeting of the above club last night the balanco-sheet for tho New Year mooting was submitted Ly Mr. W. Lamrock, the secretary. We append it. and it will bo seen to be on the credit side of tho lodger to the extent of £315/18/2:— Total takings aB per bank book £922 15 8 Outstanding a/c 2 0 0 £924 15 8 Some items which are includod in the foregoing figures are Grandstand tak ings, first day £270/12/11; Becond day £165/15/0,''outer gates, first day £116 1-1/0, second day £75/11/6; booths £10; tea room returns £26/9; raco books £25; bookmakers fees £68/5: no minations and acceptances £111/7/6, Tho expenditure account was as fol lows:—Prize money £500; handicapper £10; wages £<J2; printing £6; adver tising £10; Mrs. Walker £5/5: goods tea room £3/16/6; estimated other lea room ex's. £15; band £14/4; refresh ments £2/2; total £608/17/6. Tho balance, £315/18/2, being profit. Tho money expended on the saddling paddook was £254/0/5, as follows: Extensio...

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

' parkes jockey club. Parkes Jockey Club's annual meet ing takes place on Wednesday . and Thursday, March 13th and 14th next, when £220 will bo distributed in prize money. The events set down for. deci sion on the first day are:—The Open ing Handicap of £25; fche Triai'Handi cap of £10; the Town Plate of £30: the Francis Foy Handicap of £20; and the. Coradgery Handicap of £25. The secotid day's programme comprises the Flying Handicap of £25; the Braemer Handicap of £10; the Parkes Jockey Club Handicap of £30; the_ Wombin Handicap of £20; and the Final Han dicap of £25. Nominations for Town Plate and Parkes Jockey Club Handi caps close on March 4th, and tht weights will be declared on March OTi. j Entries for other events close on. Marcli the' 11th. Fuller information may be obtained on application to the secre tary, Mr. A. G. F. Bollinger. The W.D.R.A. has received an appli cation from the Cowra Picnic # Race Club to grant dates for their 'annual event, but their dates will clash wi...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRUTAL TREATMENT OF A WIFE AT WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

BRUTAL TREATMENT OP A WIFE AT WELLINGTON.. ! Eathleon Rj'oks sought support from her husband, Joseph Ricks, at Welling ton, on Friday. A deplorable state of affairs was unfoldpi to the court, wherein complainant laid that/ she was st'p'resent employed -at "the Court "House Hotel. She was marrixl to the defendant on the 12th March, 1910, and there was one child of tho mar riage. For the first six or seven weeks after their marriage they lived with her father, and after that they took a house of their own.- The trouble with the defendant was that he would noet work at all, and when she asked 1 biin to got up and go to work he only 1 called her filthy names. He struck her once and gave her a black oyo and frequently flapped hor face. Sne had hardly a dress or a pair of shoes except what she recoived from other people. She left him on two occasions, bnt went back again at his request. He went to Sydney and wrote to her asking her to go to him, stating that he had a good job and a home f...

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

ORANGE POLICE COURT. ALLEGED RIOTOUS BEHAVIOUR.) Before Mr. Marriott, P.M., yester day, Albert Gilbert Swain was charged with, riotous behavior on the 23rd of December last at Peters and Go's, res taurant. Mr. M. A. Casey appeared for the defendant. ( , • Constable Galyin deposed: I laid the information in "the case; I had no conversation with defondaf relative to the charge. , Atbonv Soury deposed: I am a Greek employed in a refreshment room be longing to Peters and Co.; I know, the defendant; I remember the 22rd December last; I saw the defendant; he called at my shop a t 11.30 p.m.; Gerald Dalion was with him: Swain and Dalton ordered meals, and I sup plied them; there were other per sons in th same room taking refresh Sergeant Coyne asked what Dalton said, to which Mr. Casey' strongly ob jected. Continuing, the wiuiess aid: Dalton said something; I tried to keep Dal- I ton quiet; there was a disturbance in the shop at th© time; defendant pull ed me away; Swain punched a man in t...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. BIG JUMP IN POTATOES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. BIG JUMP IN POTATOES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. At the Sydney produce sales to-day 66 trucks were offered, 25 of which passed. A feature of the market was the excitement displayed by potato buyers. An extremely large number of buyers attended, and bidding was exciting. Prices given showed an ad vance of £2 per ton on the previous day's quotations. Tasmanian tubers are expected to be made available to morrow, and the values for to-mor row's supply at the auction sales are expected to decline. A heavy supply of chaff was for ward, but buyers competed strongly, and prices for both wheaten and oaten cut showed a rise of 3/4. . Oats were dearer by Id a bushel. Chaff: Choice wheaten, 5/6 to 5/9; prime, 5/ to 5/4; good, 4/10; choice oaten, 5/4 to 5/9; prime 4/7 to 5/. Lucerne hay: Medium small bales, 2/0"to 3/. Lucerne chaff: Choice, 5/8 to 5/9; good, 4/. Maize and oaten hay were neglect ed. Prime chick wheat, 3/5% to 3/6; good, 3/4. Prime Algerian oats, 2/9. Potatoes, choice ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED STONE-THROWING. THE DEFENDANTS ACQUITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

ALLEGED STONE-THROWING. THE DEFENDANTS ACQUITTED. Albert Gerald Swain and William Swain were proceeded against for as saulting Henry Paul. Mr. Casey appeared for the defend ants Henry Paul; Cabinet-maker, sworn, deposed: On the 3rd January, ftt Swain's old shop, I was on my road to my camp on the common; I wenti to a shop next door for bread; , Albert Swain threw a stone at and hit me; I did nothing to cause him to throw the stone; lie hit me again on the hip; on tftie night of the 3rd instant William Swain threw, stones at me; the woman in the baker's shop saw the assault; I went to Dr. Howse; I have bruises on me as the result of the stone-throwing. By Mr. Casey: I did pot use bad language Mo Mrs. Thomas at the Steam Engine Hotel; I never get drunk; Mr. Thomas did not throw me out; Mr. Fan-ell, of the Occidental Hotel did not put me out of his hotel; It was eight o'clock at night/' when I passed Swain's old shop; the moon was not up that night; I go to church every Sunday; I take ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Markets. (From our Special Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

Sydney Markets. (From our Special Reporter.) (So that "Loader" readers may keep in touch with all Sydney markets we have arranged for reports to he tele phoned each night by our special re porter. By this means farmers, or chardists and business people will be placed in. possession of information many hours earlier than it is avail able in the Sydney papers.)

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BLACK YEAH. GLOOMY PROPHESIES FOR 1912. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

THE BLACK YEAH. GLOOMY PROPHESIES FOR 1912. One long horrid vista of catastro phes is all that Mms. do Thebes, tho famous Paris "prophetess" can seo in tho liistory of the present year. She states that 1912 is tho "Black Year." and predicts for humanity practically every misfortune except housemaid's kneo. War will come at the end of tho year, when tho French armies will go forth. There is just a sporting chance that the cataclysm may bo postponed till 1913, but it is absolutuy certain to come then. It will be so great that it will not only turn Europe up side down, but other continents as well, and particularly Asia. We shall reach tho paroxysm of tho peril when the earth quakes at/ home. We shall be at tho end of our ordeal when the es sential substances, particularly milk, are lacking. "There is a hard winifer in prospect, a muggy spring, and a bitter autumn." There will bo most frightful storms, and tho wine will be second rate. "Blood and fire everywhere," is the next item for ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO BE BEHEADED. CHINESE REVOLUTIONARY PROCLAMATION. REWARDS AND PUNISHMENTS, [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

TO BE BEHEADED. CHINESE REVOLUTIONARY PRO CLAMATION. REWARDS AND PUNISHMENTS, The following is a translation of the Chinese Revolutionary Proclamation:— I (tilio leader of the revolution) am to dispel the Mnnchu Government and to revive the rights of the Han people. Lot all keep orderly and not disobey the military discipline. The rewards of merits and puishments of crime arc as follow:— Those who conceal any Government officials shall be beheaded. Those who inflict injuries on foreign ers shall 'be beheaded. Those who deal with merchants un fairly shall be beheaded. Those who interrupt commerce shall j be beheaded. _ I Those who "give way to slaughter, burning and adultery shall be behead ed. I Those who attempt to close the mar kets shall be beheaded. Those who fight against the volun teers will be beheaded. » Those who supply -the troops with foodstuffs shall be rewarded. Those who supply ammunition shall be rewarded. Those who afford protection to .the Foreign Concessions shall ...

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

SHIRE ENGINEER FRENCH. Shire Engineer French, who was formerly the Canobolas Engineer, is evidently having- a rough time all round at Coonamble, whore he was ap pointed to from here. Mr. French has christen od the Wingadee Shire Council the "Star Chamber." The trouble be tween Mr. French and tiio Council has taken up considerable space in the local papers, and controversial action on the part of both belligorants "has been the order of the day. The whole affair,. which was the cause of Mr. French's resignation was based on the report of Mr. Howard Speightt as to a road that the engineer was making through a sandy tract called tho Mon key. The report of Mr. Speight, ac cording to Mr. French's letter to the Coonamble "Independent!" waB never shown to him, nor its contents hinted at until it was read in committee at the last Council meeting. "Yet," Mr. French says, ' 'ii< was considered at a private meeting of Councillors, at which I was not present." And when he asked for a...

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

CHEAP WEEK END TRAINS. Railway Commissioner Tom John stono had a deputation from Lithgow wait pn him Inst Saturday re cheap weuk-eud tickets to Sydney. Mr. Greg ory represented tlio workers at Lith gow, and pointed out that many had a holiday every second Saturday at Lithgow, and many would avail them selves of going down and spending their money in Sydney, This is not a very good move from ijie point of the busi ness man in Lithgow, who must want all tho money spent locally. One of the members of tho deputation asked Mr. Juluison when they wore going to get the now station. Mr. Johnson informed ifliem that plans, money, and everything was in readiness oxcepti the artisan, which speaks volumes for tho prosperity of tho building /rado in the State. If this concession were giv en to Lithgow, other places, such as Batlmrst, -Goulburn, Wagga, or even Blaynoy and Cootamundra, might con sider themselves entitled to similar cheap tickets. Mr. Dennis: Like it is done in Vic toria. . Tho Com...

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

ORANGE RIFLE CLUB. Challenges have been received and accepted from Lithgow, Young, and Cargo for matches against the Orango Rifle Club, on Anniversary Day. "A." team meets the Lithgow and Young Clubs; "B." team meets Cargo. Shoot ing will commence at 10 a.m.. and continue throughout tho day. Condi tions.and ranges \vill be published lotor, as arrangements are to be: mode. with the Military Ciub, whoso annual prize competition is'set) down for the samo date. ..

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

BIG SHEEP SALE. This is the era of big sleep sales for Orange.. In .our advertising columns Messrs. Bedford, Taylor and Weston announce the sale of 14,000 extra choice store sheep on the 18th of Janu ary. These sheep are a splendid selec tion and will command. the attention of all buyers. Thursday, the _ 18th must, of a necessity, see a large influx of Western and -Southern sheep men in our midst to take advantage of the abovo sale.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORANGE SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before Mr. Marriott, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

ORANGE SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before Mr.vMarrriott, l\M.) James ConnoY sued Frank Whip ple for the recovery of £1 15/ for work and labor"' done. Mr. M. A. Ca;!ey appeared for the defendant. ' James. Connor deposed: I have been in the Orange district for over 20 years; I saw defendant on the Otli December last; he said he wanted man to cut seed)potatoes; I told him I wanted ,£ 1 a week and tucker; Whipple agreeii to this; he said he would send the tucker out to Hose dale every morning; I went to worlc on the 11th December; there was no food brought.'out on that day; on the following'day (Tuesday) a load of potatoes came out, but there was no tucker; I came into town and saw Whipple, and asked him for my mon ey; he offered me a day's pay, which I refused to take; I, claim ,G1 15/; I Worked all day . on , the Monday, and cut a bag and a-half of potatoes on the Tuesday. | By Mr. Casey:- O'Brien did not tell me I could get tucker from some men working at Rosedale; X told O'Brien there was n...

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

VANDALISM IN COOK PARK. Mr. Grillitk tho Cook Park gar dener, reported to the Orange Council last night, that since the park was al lowed to remain'open till D p.m. there had been considerable mischief wrought to shrubs, and flowers had been picked, lio also had great difficulty in clearing the people out of the park, in fact, ono pair would not go out. He foit that tho park was being used for im proper purposes. Aid. Walker said it seemed a pity to close the park earlier tihan 9 p.m. dur ing the Summer months. The diffi culty could be overcomo by tho instal ation of lights.. Aid. Tillett said it was a shamo that (lowers were beiag destroyed. Aid. McNeilly said tho police should bo asked tto protect tho people's pro perty. Aid. Whitford suggested that tho gate bo opened during the time people were leaving the park after band roci l *a's Aid. Stanford 'said it was a disgrace that* larrikins should des&oy the beau tiful flowers. It would tako a lot of people to watcff~peop!o i...

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

ORANGE COUNCIL. The regular fortnightly meeting of the Council of tho Municipality of Or ange was held at/ tho Town Hall last night. There wore present—Tho Ma yor (Aid. McKay), and Aids. Plowman, McNeilly, Tillott, Walker. Larance, King, Whitford, and Stanford. Tho minutes of the provious meeting wore read and confirmed, and correspondence received. The correspondence included:— A letter to the Works Department expressing tho opinion thatch© Sewe rage Work should bo carried out by contract. From Mr. Hurloy; tho excavator for t<he gasholder, stating that tho work could not bo completed for ton days more than the stipulated time. To the Government Department, drawing attention to tho fact that tho building at tho roar of tho Court House was not being constructed in accord witli the Local Government Ordinances so far as tho sanitary arrangements were concerned. From tho Cricket Association asking for the uso of Wade Park for tho 26th instant. From Mr. Hart, tho Australian ae...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGINALD WYKEHAM'S CO. A LOVELY LIAB. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

REGINALD WYKEHAM'S CO. A LOVELY LIAB. To-morrow (Thursday) evening, Ja nuary.. lull, Mr. Reginald Wykeham's new company of comedians will _pay n return visit to Orange theatregoers, the management .promise to_ dish up something very special to their patrons. The success that marked the previous visit of this talented company haa in duced the management to pay a flying visit to Orange and a few of the other towns on the line, prior to a tour of India and the East. "A Lovely Liar," the piece to be staged on Thursday night is a musical farce chosen for the return visit, and from all accounts it is a marvellous laugh maker, in fact, it; is claimed to be twice as funny as the piece that they staged on their previous visit, viz., "A Bachelor's Honeymoon." _ The company can only play for one night. Miss Prossy Pres ton, the charming young actress, is splendidly cast, and her sweet voice will be heard in several popular itmsi ca uumbors. "A Lovely Liar" has a wonderful record in New York, h...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. DACEY AND THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

MR. DACEY AND THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONER. Mr. J. R. Dacey, Stall' Treasurer, after expressing sympathy with a de putation on railway matters from the General Laborers' Association, which asked for various improvements in con nection with their work, including an allowance of 1/6 per day when camped away from home, said that people seemed afraid to approach the Chief Commissioner in connection with a grievance, and came to him. He'was tired of acting as a go-between. The Chief Commissioner had been placed in a position in which ho could snap his fingers at the Government. How long Wie people desired that sort of filling to continue was for them to say. At present lie could only approach Mr. Johnson with moVe or less humility. It was generally supposed that the will of the people of a self-governing community, expressed through their representatives, was paramount. Bui in this case such was not the case.

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

THAT ACHING BACK. Do not neglect the warning message of the back that' aches. Backache is a sign that your kidneys are weak and not able to properly carry--out their work of filtering the blood, then look after your kidneys at the first sign of backache, for if neglected serious trouble will follow—Rheumatic pains, urinary, disorder, neuralgia, gravel, stone, dropsy. Take Doan's Backache Kidney Pills in time and the cure is simple. Air. D. Sherry, Moulder-street. Or ange, says:—"For many years I was a martyr to kidney trouble, and this caused my back to ache very much. I was always worse in the winter time, and on many occasions, I was so bad that I had to stay in bed for days at a time. I tried several liniments and other remedies, but could get no per manent relief. Last winter I began using Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and from that time on, I rapidly im proved in health. After a thorough course of this famous remedy, I was quite cured, and have remained well over since. , I rec...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CLERGY'S HARD LOT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1912

THE CLERGY'S HARD LOT. In the course of his sermon in con nection with his induction of tlio Rev. •T. C. Allen as rector of St. Barnabas, Bathurst. Bishop Long spoke very strongly on the loJj of the clergyman. "We have," said the BisTiop, "to strive to show ourselves only as your servants, and your slaves for Christ's sake. That is the call of our ministry. Sometimes .you ridicule us, often ci'iti-; ciso us. Almost always you Uliiiik you could do better than we can. But we ire your bond servants. Let ridicule go, let criticism pass off." Continuing, he said it was hard to live ilio life of the Christian minister. There were many great temptations to slackness and temptations to despair. They knocked on the hearts of people, and there seemed to bo 110 response. They poured out their souls in teaching with the hope that they might win some answer, but there soomea to be none. "You expect <a man so often to q;o on," lie added, "and keep his cour age bright, to remain shining...

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