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GEURIE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

GEURIE. Last Saturday week Mr. T. Dowd. junr. mot with a nasty accident whilst driving a harvester at his farm, "Glen Idol." One of the horses attached to the machine got its log over the chain and Mr. Dowd got off and endeavoured to i>ut matters right when the horse lashed out, kicking him in the face, and rendering him unconscious. Oiiiers wero soon to the rescuo. It was at first thought that the unfortunate fol low was dead, but on being conveyed to the Wellington Hospital it was found to be not so serious as at first sus pected. There was slight concussion of the brain, and into the bottom lip several stitches had to be inserted. After a couple of days in that institu tion it is pleasing to state hat Mr. Dowd was onabled to return home.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

SYJ>\EY PRODUCE MARKET. SYDNEY, Wednesday. At the Sydney produce markets this morning G1 trucks were offered. Chaff found tire bulk of support, and prices were advanced 3/-1 per ton for both wheaten and oaten cut. Pota toes were not so strong, values going back £1 per ton on yesterday's ciuo tnticns. This was due to a large sup ply of Tnsmanian tubers in Sussex street. Only one consignment was on hand, and this was disposed of at 4/2. a rise of a penny a bushel on late rates. Lucerne chaff wns iu larger supply, and values went back 5/ a Ion. Chaff: Choice wheaten, 5/0 to 5/11. prime 5/ to 5/3, good 4/8, choice-oat en, 5/4 to 5/9, prime 5/ to 5/2, good 1/2 to 4/11. Choice lucerne hay, small bales, ■1/6 to 5/, prime 4/3, good 3/6: prime large bnles, 3/9 to 3/10, good 3/ to 3/5. Prime lucerne chaff, 5/; choice stuffed, 5/4. Maize, prime yellow, 4/2. Prime, milliner wheat, 3/7: prime i chick, 3/5% to 3/6. Prime rack oaten hay, 6/3 to 6/4. Choice potatoes, S/5 to 3/3; prime, 7/2 to 7/...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

CRICKET. GOLF. f ENNIS S Every Requisite for Tennis Players at ROY GAVIN Summer Street, Orange. Weiaroi Crammer School Orange. . Thorough Preparation for Entrance to the Universities, Public Service, &c. For all information apply to THE HEADMASTER. rJ e Never Te Untruth 11'J •J 3 any of our Because we build " Honest" Clothes and do business only on " Honest" principles. To Our Many Friends. We desire to express our thanks and appreciation to our many friends for the kind support they have given us during the year just ending. We tender them our best wishes for a Happy Xmas and Prosperous New Year, with the hope that we may be privileged to continue the pleasant business rela tions of 1911 during 1912 Yours truly, LAMROGK AND LOUND m It's now too late to get a Suit made to order before XMAS. ! BUT we can SUIT you per fectly with our READY TO-WEAR SUITS. ! WE can show you over 300 Suits in every choice pat tern, and the prices are 25s, 28s 6d, 30s, 35s, 40s, 45s, 50s, 55s, 60s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

THAT ACHING BACK. Do not neglect tho warning message of the back that aches. Backache is o sign that your kidneys are weak and not able to properly carry out thoir work of filtering the blood, then look after your kidneys at the first sign of backache for if neglected serious trouble will follow—Rkcumaiio pains, urinary disorder, neuralgia, gravel, stone, dropsy. Take Doan's Backache Kidney Pills in time and tho cure is simple:— Mr. D. Shorry, Mouldor-stroot, Or ange, says:—"For many years I was a martyr to kidney troubles, and this caused my back to ache very much. I was always worse in tho 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 Donn'.s Backache Kidney" Pills, and within a week of commencing to take fJicjn I felt very much bettor, and from that time on, I rapidly improved in health. After a thorough course of this famou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

©rakes' WEDDING OAK ES AKE MADE FKOM THE WIOIC EST INGKEDIEHTS 310NE5 CAN AND MAY BE OB TAimw IN ANT SIZE. —o — THE QUALITY IS RIGHT. Sf IS THE PRICE. Order a HENKES CASS, and vou'll eret the best that mmev can buy. Baker, Pastrycook and @onfecrfoner Peisle y-Street, Orange.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REGINALD WYKEHAM'S CO. RETURN VISIT WITH "A LOVELY LIAR." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

REGINALD WYKEHAM'S CO. RETURN VISIT WITH "A LOVELY LIAR." "A Bachelor's Honeymoon" left you with aching sides, but "A Lovely Liar'" leaves you in a convulsive col lapsc. Thus wrote a lending contem porary respecting the brilliant farce coivicdv with music with which the po pular 'Reginald Wykeham Company of comedians will signalize their roturn visit and farowell fro Orange theatre goers, ths evening, for one night only. Miss Pressv Preston is still the fore most comedienne of this excellent com pany, and hor dainty and charming neisonalitv has gained for hor a multi tude of friends. Miss Preston's gowns are said to be a revelation in this play and are sure to excite the envy of the feminine population of this town. The presses were designed and executed by i Worth Paris, specially for this produc tion. As in "A Bachelor's Honey moon." the new play, "A Lavely par, is bristling with a number of bright musical interpolations and dances. The present combnation is the only first- i clas...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STORMS AT MUDGEE. THUNDERBOLTS AND HAIL. VINEYARDS DESTROYED. MUDGEE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

STORMS AT MUD GEE. THUNDERBOLTS AND IIAIU VINEYAIlofe DESTROYED. MUDGEE, Tuostla A thunderbolt struck G. M. Rouse s house in Cox-street. It cut through the roof of the verandah, making a jaggfid hole, struck the doormat, and flashed out along the ground into M'Dougal's porperty opposite. At the time of the occurrence Mrs. Rouse and one of her children wore on the verandah. The thunderbolt missed the little boy only by a few feet. Mrs. Rouse is stil suffering from shock. On Saturday afternoon a terrific thunderstorm swept over the district. In places the hailstones were as large as hen eggs. At Eurunderee several hailstones wore measured anu wnc found to average three and a half in ches in circumference. The storm canned great, damage, a number of vineyards being practically wiped out. This will bo a severe loSs, for the vines were growing splend'dly, and everything pointed to a record grape season. At' Mr. Elliott's fnhn pump kins and melons over six inches in diameter were split op...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY WHEAT MARKET. SYDNEY, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

SYDNEY WHEAT MARKET. SYDNEY. WfidiiPSflav The wheat market in Sydney, Mel bourne, and Adelaide continues Arm, owing chiefly to cable advices having been received from London to the effect that the market in that centre is very strong, due to the reported partial failure of the Argentine crop. Millers paid heavily in Sydney to day, and merchants experienced no trouble in realising up to 3/9% for parcels for delivery from next month to April. Shippers experienced a lot of difficulty in obtaining parcels at their quotations, viz., 3/8% a bushel, ex trucks, Darling Harbour. They are also making strenuous efforts to buy direct from farmers at 3/4 and 3/4% delivered at country railway stations. Fair quantities were com ing to hand, but these were not half sufficient to meet demands for im mediate delivery. Flour sold well at yesterday's advance of 5/ a ton for local requirements, but the demand tor exports was no» so strong as ear lier in the week.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney Markets. (From our Special Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

Sydney Markets. (Prom our Special Reporter.) (So that "Leader"' readers may keep in touch with all Sydney markets we have arranged for reports to be 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
ORANGE MUNICIPAL ESTIMATES FOR 1912. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

OKAXGE TOVICIPAL ESTIMATE FOR 1912. Tile following are the estimates adopted by the Orange Council on Tuesday night:—General Fund: Ad ministration: Mayoral allowance, £50;; town cleric and assistants, £170: sanitary inspector, £100: im pounding officer, £15: inspector of snlcyarils. £100; clerk of weighbridge £00; audit fees, £10; valuation, £5: printing, advertising:, and stationery, £100; office expenses, £50; legal ex penses, £50; election expenses, £20; Public Works; Cattle saleyards' ex tension, £400; metalling Lord's Place, £48: forming and metalling streets, £300; maintenance and re> pair of footpaths and streets, £2000; maintenance and repair parks, £400: Public services: Improvements to parks, £100; Wade Park purchase ac., £65: fire brigade subsidy. £200: Town Band subsidy, £50: street lighting, £400; street watering, £S0; interest, on loans, £'(00; repayment on loans, £800; repayment O.W.S. ae. , £200; contingencies, £300, malting a total of £5503. Es timated Revenue:; ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHANGE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

CHANGE STOCK MARKET. Order of sales for to-day: Fat. Cattle.—Bedford, Taylor, and Weston, '10 head, Kiacatoo and others, owners: Harton and Co., 5G head, Pascoe, Oliver, ICelly, Baker, Harris, owners; Glasson, Coulson, and Mc Lachlan, GO head,' Berida, owners: Leeds and C!o.. 130 head, Rothery, Hosie, Smith, McBean. owners. Fat. Sheep.—Leeds and Co., 700 head, Smith, Smith, Jobson, owners; Glasson. Coulson, and McLachlan, 200 head. Smith owner; Bedford, Taylor, and Weston, 400 head, Griffiths. Eve, owners: Harton and Co., 400 head, Foley, Sharkey, Hodge, owners. Pip°.—L»eds and Co., 10 head, own ers, Glasson, Coulson, and McLach lan. 10 head, owners; Harton and Co., 1.0 head, Harris, owner. 'Store Sheep.—Bedford Taylor, and Weston. 20 head, owners; Harton and Co., 20 head, owners: Leeds and Co., 20 head, owners; Glasson, Coulson and McLachlan, owners. 'Store Cattle.—Bedford, Taylor, and Weston, 20 head .owners; Harton and Co., 20 head, owners: Leeds and Co.,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

T. IIAMER, East Orange Butchery, slaughters nothing but the prlmest fat stock. That la why those who like primest cuts of beef, mutton, veal and pork deal there. 'Phono 11!). IteUiAN AM) CO. sell privatoly ns well as by Auction. They have for sale Furniture, Stoves, Crookery. Glassware, Sewing Machines ,("Jo carts, Sulkies, Buggies, Spring Carts. _ ■ _ NOTICE.—We subdivide Ashbrook," 5 miles from Orange, near Canob las, into 15 farms in February next. This being some o£ the, choicest land around Orange Buyers watch for particulars in future issue. J. Nancnrrow and Son, Auctioneers. FOR SALE, Lovely Brick House, con taining 8 rooms, splend'd position, £780. Nancarrow and Son. GREGORY AND FENTON, Upholster ers, Mattress-malcers, and General Furniture Repairers, Plosley-street, Orange. THE NEW BUSINESS, corner Pies ley-street. Gregory and Fentou for all Classes of Furniture at Bed rock Prices. WANTED, ;i S uart Counter Waitress, Railway Refreshment Rooms, Or ange. TO BUILDERS—Five Door...

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WEST'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

WEST'S PICTURES. West's Pictures attracted a crowded house last night. Tho high-class pro gramme was greatly relished, tho star i>ie'uro, "Rob Roy/' being specially de lightful. At the conclusion of the star film Mr. Gil Hnskins thanked Messrs. Nicholson and Coy. for the uso of their splendid gramaphono which played some stirring Scotch music on the bagpipes, indicative of the timo and nlace when tho picture portrayal of "Rob Roy" was enacted. Wo notice that Mr. Arthur Crook, of Melons, nnd who until lately kept the Post Office Hotel in that town, is about to start building extensive livery :ilablea. Tenders calling for the erec tion' of same will he found in our ad vertising columns. Mr. W. Lamrook i architect for the work.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NO COMPLAINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

NO COMPLAINTS. Though we have sold hundreds of pairs of the celebrated "Lily" kid glovo not one single customer has complained about the wear. Our instructions as agents for the makers^ aro to replace free of charge any pair found faulty. These beautiful kid gloves aro made in pretty shades of beaver, brown, black, and white, with two dome fasteners and self or block points. Tho price is only 3/6 per pair, and if tlioy_ split when you put them on or are in any wav uiisatisfactorw, we give you an other pair. Ask to seo these "Lily' kid gloves nexti time you are in Forster and Thompson's.—0.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

FOR SALE. Largo Glass Shop Front, six large plated Panels, 2 large Window Mir rors, Oft. x 4ft., Glass Shop Cash Of fice, portable, Oft. x 9ft., 6ft. 8ft. well finished. No reasonable offer refused. Apply "WEST MACQUARIE" NEWSPAPER, Blayney, PUBLIC NOTICE, Re the Sub-division of ASIIBROOK in fifteen farms, 5 miles from Or ange, advertised by J. Nancarrow and Son to take place next February, I wish to notify the Public that I claim the Property until the case which I intend bringing before the Supreme Court is deckled, and I oau tion intending purchasers that if they buy and pay cash they will do so nt their own risk. JOHN LYSTER. Orange, January 10, 1012. Court House, Orange, 10t.h January, 101?.. A REVISION COURT to revise the part of the list for each Polling Place for the Electoral District of Ornige, will be holden at the Court House, Or ange,- on MONDAY, t.he 5tli any of February, 1911, at 11 a.m. HENRY J. LEARY, Electoral Registrar. ORANGE DISTRICT HOSPITAL THE ANNUAL GENERAL,...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHANGE OF HALF-HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

CHANGE OF HALF-HOLIDAY. In regard to the petition to the Minister from a number of Mudgee business men, praying that the haif hollday be again altered from Sat urday to Wednesday, the Mayor (Aid. J. Kecgan) has received the follow ing letter from the Department of Labor aud Industry. "Referring to a petition from the Mudgeo traders for reversion to the i Wednesday half-holiday in the coun try shopping district of Mudgeo, ad dressed to the Hon. A. C. Carmich ael, Minister for Education, I am dir | octed by the Minister for Labor and Industry to inform you that no al teration in the 1 o'clock closing day can be made, exespt by poll, in terms of the Early Closing Act, and that-no such poll can be taken at Mudgee before March 8, 1013. The representa tions of the petitioners will, however, receive the careful attention of the Minister when he is preparing a goneral amendment of the Early Clos ing Act, wh'ch it Is proposed to sub mit to Parliament at an early date.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. "The looker-on sees most of the game." THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

SPORTING. "Looker-Oil." "The looker-on sees most of the game. the Turf. - After last letter was despatched by early holiday mails, Tattersall's Club Cup, lira., was won by Son of tho Marsh (imp.), 8.12, Pike riding, from Olive Green 6.10, Baw Bee 8.8 (in cluding 141b penalty for winning the A.J.C. Summer Cup), and nine others.. All the A.J.C. meeting of December 23, Son of the Marsh, when odds-in favorite for tho Grandstand Stakes, i 9f. finished out of placo behind Brit ain, Danaua, and Didus. Doubts as to the English horse's ability to win over the H miles had always been expressed by tho Sydney dailies and weeklies, :and after tihe Grandstand Stake they were quite certain that lie couldn't, and rang the changes on Danaus, Saxonite, Crown Derby and Bridge, some of them, including one of the "Referee's" two guessors coup ling two of these with the word "or." Writing after the Grandstand Stakes and a full -weey before Tattersall's Cup I took Son of tho Marsh to win that event. It co...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MILLTHORPE. SMALL DEBTS CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

MILLTHORPE. SMALL DEBTS CASES. W. and IS. iiayes v. xnos. nowou. j This caso was continued to the nest, court, on Wednesday, February 14th, for service of summons. J. Wells, Junr., v. F. Piatt; £3/5 lor material supplied. No appearance of defendant. Verdict for plaintiff for full amount and costs of court 5/-. Other cases were settled out of court. A number of men have been engaged during the last fow days in renewing the asphalting on the local railway sMtion platform and carrying out other small alterations. Great credit is duo to Air. Callaghan for the cleanly and orderly state in which he keeps the station premises. Mr. Clement L. Wraggo will lecture at Blacfcmore's Hall, Millthorpe, on Wednesday night, 17th iosfc, when there should be a crowded audienco, as Mr. Wraggo is always well worth hear ing. A further meeting of rabbit trappers was hold on Wednesday morning, when a reply was received from tho Country Freezing Co. olfering 4Jd. per paid for largo and young rabbits, and a ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

CRICKET. Tho rubber boom.—Warner's Barnos stunners make a great show.—A Hearne to hold the ashes—And Foster English cricket—Big pots boil over on the Hobbs.—The doctor dentist can't find the stumps.—Australia feels ra ther Hill.—And evokes "Saint" Mat thews. . Frightened at seeing their useless squeals in cold print, those players who "objected" to tlio Board of Con trol's decision to appoint a managerial secretary for the team going to Eng land in March have, noarly all of llheni, "rung off" pretending that they had got tho wrong number, or some thing. Obviously inspired paragraphs have appeared to tho effect that this, that, and the other player nevor said anything of the kind, or that if they did, they didn't mean what they saia, but something different. Meanwhile, the Board hasn't bothered to notice oither the squeals or tho penitential pars, and tho team for England will be 15 well-knowns instead of 17, the number South Africa is wisely send ing. ■ Having tipped _ this English ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BUSY TIME WITH FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 11 January 1912

BUSY TIME WITH FARMERS. Everywhere around our district harvesters and workers are lnisy gath ering a bounteous harvest. The work is laborious, but can be made easier by wearing good strong, well-, fitting clothes. Forster and Thomp son have special value in harvesters' requirements". Men's strong cotton shirts, well sewn, 2/, 2/11. Men'.? dungaree trousers in firey, blue, and brown, 2/11, 3/6; strong and light to' wear men's extra strong dungarees, double seats and knees, 3/11, 4/6, all sizes; strong cotton socks, 6d, 3d per pair; Samson braces, 1/, 1/6 pr belts, 6d, 9d, 1/; large neck handker chiefs 6d; coal straw hats, 2/ti; shady felt hats, 4/11; workers pre- { pare for the harvest by visiting Fors ter and Thompsoon, the store thnt serves you best.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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