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Telegrams. THE RABBIT TRAPPERS' STRIKE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
Telegrams. THE EABBIT TRAPPERS' STRIKE. SYDNEY, Wednesday. A conference between officials of I the New South Wales Rabbit Trap- | pers' Union and the management of | the Colonial Freezing Co. commenced | at Harden to-day re the trappers' de- $ mand of 5/ per dozen pairs for rab- 1 bits. It is declared that if the con- I ference fails to come to an agreement J a strike of all trappers in the State | will be directed. j Steps are being taken to effect an amalgamation of the New South Wal es Union and the Australian Rabbit Trappers' Union, which is a part of the A.W.U., and so consolidate the ranks of the unionists. Mr. Moore, the manager of the Or ange Freezing Works, arrived in town yesterday morning, and it is rumored that consequent on the trouble at pre sent existing and impending amongst the rabbiters there is a probability of the works closing down until such time as the managers and owners of the various freezing works come to terms with the men. That there will be a general st...
MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
MINING MEMS. Mr. W. Tanner, tbo managing direc tor of tho Macquario River Hydraulic Jet Sluicing Company, has boon advi sed that additional machinery has been despatched from Sydney for installation on the field. , Some delay has been ex perienced in procuring the necessary machinery owing to the holidays. Tho order was first placed with Messrs. Hos kins Brothors, but they were unable to supply the machinery owing to the Lil'hgow strike.
THE LABOR CONFERENCE. ANOTHER REFERENDUM REQUIRED. HOBART, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
THE LABOR CONFERENCE. ANOTHER REFERENDUM RE QUIRED. HOISART. "Wcclnefulav. After a lengthy discussion, the La bor Conference to-day deckled to sup port til© taking rf a new referendum on the matter of amending the Con stitution. A suggestion from New South Wales that the proposal be placed on the fighting platform was discharged. Conference reaffirmed the desira bility o£ abolishing the Slate Upper Houses. A Tasnianian proposal for a Feder al tax on incomes, with an. exemp tion up to £100) was lost.
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH. At a meriting hold at Holy Trinity Church, on Tuesday night and which was presided over by tho ltcctor, tho Rev. Walker Taylor, Messrs. W. Tan ner, A. F. Stanford, H. A; Crouch, W. J. \Vhitford, and E. West wore appoin ted trustees for 1ihe church property. It was decided to instruct Mr. W. Lam rook, architect, to invito tenders for tlio re-roofing of tho church. After nato tenders aro to be asked for to roof with slate or fibrous coments.
THE SPEAKER AND THE REPORTER. THE COMMISSION OPENED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
THE SPEAKER AND THE REPORTER. THE COMMISSION OPENED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Judge Backhouse, the Royal Cora- : missioner appointed to inquire into the suspension o! Mr. Robinson, chief "Hansard'' reporter, by the Speaker. Mr. Henry Willlt, commenced the in- ; quiry this morning. Both Mr. Willis and Mr. Robinsoi were present. The Judge required Mr. Willis to state on what grounds Mr. Robinson had been suspended ,and asked him to submit correspondence, and also particulars of the alleged insubord ination. This Mr. Willis promised to do. Mr. Robinson asked his Honor if it would be competent for him to ex amine the Speaker relative to matters what had appeared in the press. Hit 1 Honor intimated that it would be. ! The Commission was adjourned till j Friday. ' (
SALE AT SHADFORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
SAT.F, AT SHADFORTH. Attention is directed to the salo ad vertised in to-day's "Leader" by Mr. J: M. Paul, who will, on Saturday, at 2.30 p.m., auction, on account of Messrs. Lee and Roberts, 2a. 28p. of land, on which is erected three cot tages, outhouses, etc. There are 150 choice trees and vinos in full bearing on the area. At tlhe samo tirno a quantity of household furniture and ef fects will bo sold. For full particu lars see advt.
LAWFULLY KILLED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
LAWFULLY KILLED.' SYDNEY, WedneBday. j At the Inquest to-day on Percy Clifton, 26, who (lied from injuries re ceived on December 16, evidence was given that Clifton had been seen fol lowing a man in Castlereagli-street. Deceased made a grab for the man'* watch, when he was struck and fell on the foothpath. The coroner found that Clifton had died from the effects of injuries lawfully inflicted by some person unknown to prevent Clifton robbing him.
BIG STORE SHEEP SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
BIG STORE SHEEP SALE. On Thursday, January 18th, at the Orange Corporation Yards, Messrs. Bodford, Taylor, and Weston, Ltd., will auction, on account of various owners 14,000 grand store sheop. Ow ners wishing to offer stock at this im portant salo are requested to communi cate with the auctioneers early so that fchcir consignments can bo properly ad vanced.
The Daily Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1912. LINKING-UP OF THE NORTH AND WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
The Daily Leader AND 'STOCK AND STATION NEWS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1912. UNKING-UP OF THE NORTH AND WEST. •>»■ Now that tho country is awake to this fact that tlio grid-ironing of tho State with railways is tho one and only way to settle the population on the land, , it is interesting to tho distinct of Or ange to know that this is tho psycholo gical moment to make our name heard in furthering tho proposed linking up of the Northern and Western railway j systems. Thore are several routes, about all of which voluminous evidence j has been taken by the Decentralisation Committee, and it will be seen from the following figures, that route which it I ■would be of most value to Orange from j a commercial, as well as a national standpoint. The Maryvale-Muswell brook proposition-which is to cost the country the stupendous sum of £1,180, 000, is tho costliest scheme of the lot. The distance from Maryvale tto Mus wellbrook is 162 miles, with a line gradient of 1 in 80 as against the vary...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
9 ® • • | New Year Supplies I @ 9 9 9 © © •# 9 9 9 # 9 # m 9 9 9 9 NEW YEAR SPECIALS. Currants, CVjd per lb. Sultanas, 7yssi per lb. Lemon Peel, 7d per lb. Dates, 4d per lb. Arnott's Xnins Cukes, 2/6 each, 111). Cakes, 3 fr 1/9. Preserves (Peaches, Apr.'cots Pears) 10/6 por dozen. Bacon, by the side, 8d per lb. Jlams, from 1/ per 11). Jellv Crystals (large) riJAd each or 3/3 per dozen. and GLASSWARE SPECIALS.— Orna mental Jugs, Basins, Dishes, etc., usually charged 2/ to 2/0 each, any article If. Get in early for these. Sr ih bargains cannot be offered again. They are a special purchase. Xnias Gifts in American Glassware1 and Electroplate Goods, worth everyone's attention. B. J. WALLACE The Anson-sireet Stores, 5 WHERE YOU WILL GET MOST FOR YOUR MONEY ^##©@®#®®@®#®©©®##©©OCOOOOO SURGEON DENTIST. 105 COWPBR-ST., WAVERIiBY. Sold Crown FilUngs and Bridge Work A Speciality, Teeth Extracted Painlessly, by Latest American Methods. Guaranteed Artificial Teeth oil Gold or Vulcanite. Perfect...
GOING TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
GOING TO SYDNEY. Mr. Michael, telegraphist at the Or ange railway station, has tendered his resignation from tlio aorvico for the purpose of accopting a managerial po sition at Messrs. Nicholson and Go's, music warohouso show rooms in Syd ney. Whilst pleased to hoar of Sir. Michael's advancement in a congenial sphere, the music loving people of Or ango will regrot of the projected depar ture of a gentleman who has played a prominent part in local musical circles. We wish Mr. Michael every success in tho metropolis, and congratulate the firm named upon securing his services.
HIGH RENTS. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
HIGH BENTS. SYDNEY. Wednesday. A deputation from the Sydney La bor Council to-day asked Mr. Beeby, Minister for Labor and Industry, to introduce a Limitation of Rents Bill. "It something Is'not done soon to check the rapacity of.landlords," said Mr. Duncan, President of the Council, "the condition of workers will be come bad indeed.' Mr. Bceby, In reply, admitted the urgency of the question, and said the Government intended tackling the problem bv erecting homes for work ers and enabling them to purchase such on a B per cent, basis, or to be come tenants of the Government.
FORBES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
FORBES. A girl named Elsie Jones, aged IS, was up before the Court this morning charged with stealing 35/_in cash, and 2/ worth of goods from Mrs. Strickland, of Camp Hill. She was sentenced to two months, the sentence being suspended under the provisions of the First Offenders' Act, and the necessary sureties being forthcoming for her good behavior. A man named Robert Haynes was brought before the court at Gren fell on Saturday last, charged with stealing a draught horse, the property of Catherine Bathgate, of North Hili, Forbes, ond the 31st December last. He was remanded to Forbes, and we understand the case is set down for hearing at the Forbes Police Court to-morrow. During the storm last Tuesday evening, the lightning played with vivid and terrifying rapidity on the wires in the local telephone offce, and it required no small degree of courage on the part of the operator to reman at his post. A singular occurrence is related by Mr. Twogood, by which the large glass pane of the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
H. A. BARRACLOUGH, LTD. riio firm will visit Millthorpe and Orange periodically, dates of visit be ing announced in these columns. Ap pointments' by letter to 885 George M roiNt. opnnite Strand Arrjjcl(\ 8yd I ABOUT the EYE. It Is natural that you should f. need Glasses for rending, f writing-, sewing, and other % close work between tlie ages « of 40 and 45. A perfect eye J needs glasses at. this nice to g relieve it from strain when | being used for close work. >v Mnny younger people need % glasses early in life to relieve the various forms of eye | strain which is the cause of $ 75 per cent, of all hcadaches. IVc give you a reliable exam s' lii.atiou of the Eyes freo of f charge, I E. M.*'GROUNDWATER, f Master'Optician and Gradu P uale of the Philadelphia ?u Optical College,'U.S.A. L Summer St. Orange.
GRENFELL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
GRENFELL. Iii the Shire Council room, Mr. Sam Jeil'ries (011 behalf of the Shire Council employees) presented Mr. H. F. Wil kinson, their late engineer, with a gold medal oil the eve of his departure for Cowra, on which occasion all the staff spoke well of him, and Mr, Wil kinson made a suiftablo reply,_ Tho same evening the employees waited on Mrs. Wilkinson^ and presented her with a trinket.
FRUIT MARKET. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912
FRUIT MARKET. SYDNEY. Wednesday. Choice quality varieties wore main tained without trouble. Medium and inferior grades were plentiful, but were found hard to shift even at a concession. Apples, local eating Carringtons. 4/ to 7/ per gin case; 3/6 per half case; cooking, from 5/ to 6/ per bush el case, best 6/ per gin case; Ameri can whiesaps, 1G/ to 17/ per Ameri can case. Apricots, local extra choice. K/: choice, A/: medium and small, 2/ to 3/; Melbourne, 4/ to S/6 per bushel case. Cherries, nominal, (5/ to 7/ per 1211). case; Tasmanians, !)/ per 221b. bo\: Lemons. local choice white, 7/; medium, 4/ to 5/; choice colored, 3/6 to 4/ per gin case; Italians 12/ to 13/ pe rbox. Nectarines, local choice, 6/ to 8/: medium, 4/ to 5/6: small, 2/ per half case; 4/ to G/ per gin case. Oranges: Local, extra choice, 12/ fo 15/; choice, 8/ to 10/; small, 5/ to 7/6 per gin case: navels, choice, 15/ to 18/; medium to good, 6/ to 11/; small, 3/ to 3/6; Californians, 22/ to 2r>/ per double case ...