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ORANGE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

ORANGE STOCK MARKET. There was a large yarding of cattle and sheep at the Orange Corporation Yards yesterday, and last week's good prices were well maintained for prime quality. The following sales were ef fected:— FAT CATTLE.. BEDFORD, TAYLOR & WESTON. A/c Mr. Williamson 1 cow £3/14. A/c Sir. Curtin: 1 bullock £3/18. A/c Mr. W. Coyte: 4 steers £3/4. A/c Mr. J. Paul: 1 cow £2/16. A/c Klacatoo Station: 2 bullocks at £6/11; 2 at £5/10, 2 at. £4/12, 1 cow £5/13,4 at £4/1, 1 heifer £3/11, 3 bullocks £0/5. A/c Rosedale Estate: 6 bullocks £/54, 1 at £2/3, 1 heifer £3/10, 1 steer £1,1. cow £2/lS. A/c Mr. Curtin: 2 cows £-1/5, 1" at £3/16. HARTON AND CO. A/c Mr. Harris: 1 cow £3, 1 at £4/12, 1 at £5, 1 at £7/9, 1 steer £4/2, . 2 at £3/11, 2 heifers £3/11, 1 at £2/14, 1 at £2/4, 3 steers £1/15. A/c Mr. Kelly:' 5 steers £3, 2 heif ers £2, 2 at £1/6, 1 steer £1/15, 3 vealers £1/5. A/c Mr. G. Baker: 4 vealers £1/10. A/c Mr. Ryan: 1 steer 4/11', 1 at £3/6, 1 vealer 13/, 2 at £1/13. GLASS...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANAGEMENT OF THE RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

MANAGEMENT OF THE RAIL WAYS. Mr. Booby, who for the^ftime being is Acting-Premier of the State, took up tho cudgels in defence of the Go vernment's ati-jtudo towards the Chief '.Railway Commissioner, "I would liko to point out," Mr. Beeby observed, "that on a previous occasion the question was raised as to whether or not he eight-houra prin ciple should : be established, in the tramway service. At that time tho tramway men were working 10-hour shifts, and it was repeatedly urged by the Chief Commissioner that it would be impossible to initiate tho eight-hour system. Tho Government of tho day, however, made tho question' one of poli cy, and directed tho commissioners to give effect 50 a resolution that" had been carried in tho House. Tho com missioners • acted on that resolution, and within a few months tho whole tramway service was being worked on the - eight-hour system. "A principle which can be applied to the tramways can, with one or two exceptions, be extended .to the rail ways...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

AN ACCIDENT. Mr. G. A. McKay, it brother of Aid. McKay, is at present on a visit to Collwood. Recently Mr. McKay, who occupies tlio position of Land Tax Commissioner, had tho msfortune to rupture a blood vessel in the calf of one of his legs. As the result of the accident! it is expected that ho will be incapaciated for about a month.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHAT MR. WADE SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

WHAT MR. WADE SAYS. Mr. Wade, commenting upon tho re lations between the Government and th© Chief Commissioner, said that if Mr, Dacey'.s statement could be taken as gospel, it could be only taken that tho Government desired to undermine the independence of the Chief Com missioner, and subject the Department to tho political influenco that nearly ruined it 25 years ago. It was idle for Mr. Beeby to say that tho relations betwqen the Government and tho Chief Commissioner were not strained. It was only throwing dust in the eyes of the puljlic. Tho Government were playing with fire. If Mr. Johnson stood upon the powers given him by Parliament, the Government would suffer rebuff and humiliation.

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A STREET COLLISION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

A STT115T1T COLLISION. A collision occurred in Lord's Place yesterday which might easily have had more serious results. _ Mr. "Will mot',. of the Orange railway goods office, was riding a. bicycle when lie "tic'inntp'-'vl a horse and sulky driven bv Mr. Wllitehoad. "Each endeavoured to avoid the other and throilch the in advertence collided. Tho shaft of the vehicle was 'broken bv the force of tho impact. -.This fact/is to be regarded as fortunate as far as Mr. Willmott is rnucnied. as had the shaft not broken the injuries sustained by him would certainly have been of a more serious nature.' Mr. Willmott was severely bruised ajijl t {jhaken, and was givten medical attention.

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MR. P. J. MINAHAN, M.P., VISITS ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

MR. P. J. MINAHAN, M.P., VISITS ORANGE. Yesterday we had a visit from Mr. P. J. Minahan, the member for Bel more. >The,. gentloman is up for the purpose of having a look at the marble quarries at Borenore. Speaking of Orange, Mr. Minahan was _ favorably impressed with its surroundings and expressed his opinion to the effect that* this place must become, to use his own words, "not in our time, but probably in that of our children, a big city, af ter the 'style of Amorica." _ Speaking in regard, to the grid-ironing of the country with railways, and incident ally quoting the proposed extension from Condobolin to Broken Hill, Mr. Minahan ventured the remark that) "if he hiid 10 million pounds to spend he. would snt'nd it on railways as the o;ilv sure method to open up this vast coun try of ours." Tt was with tihe object of meeting a number of Parliamen tarians who were going to Borenore per motor oar, that Mr. Minahan broke his journey here.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RABBIT TRAPPERS' STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

THE RABBIT TRAPPERS' STRIKE. # A meeting of the Orange' branch of Australian Rabbit Trappers' Union n lis lield at the Standard Hotel yester day. -Micro were about 40, rabbitters present. Mr. Ike Smith 'fresided. Mr. h. Richards said he had visited xJIayney a few nights ago, and had at tended a meeting of the N.S. W. Trap pers Union. The Blayney (Jnion was asking od. per pair. The manager offered 4jd. and Id. Millthorpe, Mur jumburrah, and Harden had accepted that offer. The Blayney trappers had decided to await the decision of the Urange trappers. Ho understood the manager at the Orange works had of fered 5d. and 4d. The strike had not been conducted in the way'lie desired, the trappers should have been called out all over the State. If that had been done victory would have been se cured. Men who worked against their own interests had no brains, bonis men wore still bringing in rab bits, which was regrettable. They lad nothing against those who did not Know the strike was on. The N...

Publication Title: Leader
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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE W.D.R.A. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

ANNUAL MEETING OF THE W.D.R.A. Hie.-* fourth annual meeting or the above club takes placo on tlio 9th and 10th of February. The programme to lie run off is very liberal and includes on the first day 'the publican's purse of £20, Forbos Handicap £30, Wel lington Handicap £30, Bogan Gato Handicap £15, and Trangio Handicap (Welter) £20. • The programme for the second day will start with the Gil gandra Handicap £20,_ Grenfell Handi cap £15, Cowra Handicap £30, Spring Flat Handicap (Welter) £15, and the days' sport will conclude with the Mo- I long Handicap of £15. Given fine weather and tlio special facilities af forded by the train service and the new and up-to-d.ito .Tjipointments of tlio course, there should bo two good days' sport.

Publication Title: Leader
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THE MEN'S OFFER DECLINED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

THE MEN'S OFFER DECLINED.1 Tha delegation above named subse quently waited upon Mr.' Cowan, tho manager of tho local freezing works, and placed the men's offer before himj Mr. Cowan declined to entertain tho offer.

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OUR HAT OFF AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

OUR HAT OFF AGAIN. Yesterday wo took out' hat ofl to Mr. W. A. Dean, of far off Grenfell, who made Rood for a year or bo ahead by sending along a cheque for £i, and telling! us to lot him know when it would pay his sub. up to. This morn- j inp; wo raise our head-gear onco moro, this ti.me to another far-off dwoller, Mr. Arthur Downey, of "Homeleigli," Maryvale, who, in enclosing a cheque for £6/14 to malto good for five years, remarks, "I want you to send "The Leader" alone; to my address, as 1 consider it the best paper on tho mar ket." To a man who backs his opinion' about "Tho Leader" with a cheque for fivo years' sub., wo extend tho greeting "May you live long and prosper;"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

I #®@@® ©•»# *> Si @©@ ' ' o 0 0 f% auppn§Sg N3 w YEAR SPECIALS. and Currants, 6'/£tl per lb. Sultanas, 7%d per lb. i.emoa Peel, 7d per 11>. Dates, td per lb. Arnott's Xmas Cakes, 2/6 each, . 111). Cakes, 3 fr 1/9. Preserves: (Pcnclics, Apricots l'cars) 10/6 per dozen. Bacon, by the side, Sd per lk Hams, from 1/ per lb. Jelly Crystals (large) 3Vi<i ench or 3/3 per dozen. GLASSWARE SPECIALS.— Orna mental Jugs, Basins, Dislies, etc., usually charged 2/ to 2/G each, any article 1/. Get in early tor these. Sr-'.h bargains cannot be offered again. They are a special purchase. Xmas Gifts in American Glassware and Eloctroplate Goods, worth everyone's attention. B. J.WALLAC TKe An so n - sir eei St or e s, 1 WHERE YOU WILL GET MOST FOR YOUR MONEY. # 0 © 0 $ 0 ® 0 0 0 0 t 0 0 0 .0, © 9 E./A. 'Maeuire © Great Summer Sale | Starts Tomorrow. Thursday, Jan 11. | — © (Some Along Quickly and Secure Some ^ of the Wonderful Bargains. ® ■ : © Bargains for the Ladies. ^ Fabric Gloves,...

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THE BORENORE STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

THE BORENORE STORE. Mr. R. Brown annonces that lie- has purchased the business of the Boren ore store, which has heretofore hern conducted by Mr. King. As Mr. Brown is well-known in the district he shpuld do well.

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The Daily Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1912. AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

The Daily Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1912. ^ AT LAST. It was a politic act on the part oi: "Aid. McKay (the Mayor) to visit the municipal sale yards prior to the last -meeting of.the Orange Council. And although Aid. McKay says he had rat her warm, reception from buyers and agents alike, he could not but bo alive to the dire necessity of having incre ased accommodation for tho stock that has been overtaxing the holding capa city of the vards for years. And agents and buyers will be pleased to learn that the motion moved by the Mayor will be productive of good and expeditious improvements. Tho mo tion was, "That an estimate be obtain ed of the cost of erecting 20 additional cattle pens, and the construction of a sheep race in the sheep yards." Ald erman Walker, who was the seconder of tfra motion} is to be commended on his" tfuggestion in inoreasad passages for the buyers. Any of the numerous buyers who attend' out sales will sub stantiate our statements as...

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W.D.R.A.'S CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

W.D.R.A.'S CONSTITUTION. At a mooting of tho Bathurst Turf Club committee on Tuesday night a circular was received from the W.D.R.A., asking for sug gestions with regard to tho alteration of tho Association's constitution. The club was also asked to appoint a dele gatfe to a conference to bo hold on Feb ruary f), for tho purpose of revising the constitution. A number of suggestions were mado, and Mr. P. J. Tonkin appointed tho club's delegate.

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ORANGE A. AND P. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

ORANGE A. AND P. SOCIETY. This is the Jubilee Year of the Or ange A. and P. Association, and the sccre'tiry and committee are appeal ing to the members to put their shoul ders to the wheel to make it the best show ever held here. It is 50 years ago Uhis year since the first Orange Show was held in a paddnek in East Orange, on the spot where the princ: pal businesses now stand, and very small potatoes .it was in that eventful year of 1862. ' The show at lihnt timo did not rise to the distinction of one of our small horso carnivals of the pre sent day, and the exhibits cou'd linvA very easily been placed on a bul'ock dray. There are those here who di1' t.inoMy remember the opening of thnt. show which was destined to become the precursor of the big exhibitions holdeh hero in later years. EVrti 17 yfearS later in 1879, the exhibits only am ounted to 410, as against last year's total of 2186. From 1879 till 1896 there were two days given over to tho show, but the latter year saw the last...

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SIR GEORGE REID'S REFUTATION. OF MR. JELLICOE'S ATTACK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

SIR GEORGE REID'S REFU TATION. OF MR. JELLICOE'S ATTACK. 'Sir George Reid, High Commission er for Australia, replies in "The Standard" to the attack made by Mr. E. G. Jellicoe, the ex-New Zealand barrister, upon Labor in Australasia, particularly so far as it related to the Commonwealth. Sir George says that the attack was wholly unjustified. He ((notes Mr. r.'sher's recent statement in the House of Representatives on the Common wealth's prosperity as sufficient an iwer to Mr. Jellieoe's allegation of financial and industrial rtiln. Sir George goes on to say that when he was p t'cally opposed to Labor, he was compelled to acknowledge the Labor Party's character, intelligence, awi public-spiritedness. and i.adds "Some people are bo accustomed to see capitalists combine to fight for their own interests that they are tin pble to reconcile a similar develop ment on tho part of the workers."

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"AS THE WORLD JUDGED HER," (Continued.) CHAPTER XXVH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

"AS THE WORLD JUDGED her:' ^Continued.) CHAPTER XXVH. 'People do not care to be reminded of their age, Vivian, neither is it good taste to remind them of it. 'I did not mean to do that. I never thought of it. I was merely wondering, and you asked me what it was'about.' 'I was a very handsome young man,' said the earl, 'and—and—very gay fond of all sports.' Time is very cruel,' said the young countess; 'it spoils all beauty. I was looking in Lady Carlyle's hands the other day ;^they are white and cover ed with shining gems, but they look so dry and withered.' 'There is beauty in. old age,' said Lord Lynn. 'I do not care for it,' cried the young countess of twenty. The earl felt deeply annoyed. By this time, by dint of different stories, ho had tho idea in his mind that Sir Lionel and Lady Lynn were very good friends. He had not reached the jealous stage as yet. That was tlo come. One morning, going quite unexpect edly into her room; he saw lying upon the table an exquisite locket of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

What Shall I Give? This little question is worrying a lot of us just now, but if you see Hansen's Beautiful Stoclc of Gift things at all prices, the problem will be solved. thyst, Very Strong and Pretty, 10/. Heaps of other pretty Gift Brooch es, at all prices at Summer-street, ©range. s-i<SWK&»C. A USEFUL GIET. 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 engraver!, in strong velvet lined cs.ses. 10/, 15/, 20/, ,10/, to 40/. AT HANSEN'S. (Wiiere all (lie >Tew Tilings arc) SUMMER-ST., ORANGE. Summer-street; ORANGE. WEST'S PICTURES BOX FLAM LARGEST STOCK QPTSIDS SYDNEY OF EDISON MACHINES: AND RECORDS. S©LB «.GEiV-rs-p©R STEINWAY brinsmead, FEURIOH, OVER , 8000 TO CHOOSE FKOBL^0^ 'SOLD OX EASY r:-'i{V; ot.O PIANOS OR ORGANS T\KI'IN AS PART PAYMENT, AN'!' HUWEST VALUE ALLOWING. r. c ruSCHPLE'R,'.Manager 'HOWEVER H % f Wmt -i mijws WrfkYow. Itisai al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

I PROMISSORY NOT*} FOBMS^FQE BAT/3 AT WS HIM*!! OSIWGEU There's a vast' Amount of Satisfaction To be eriDved by placing All Your Orders with THE STOREKEEPERS WHO ALWAY S STUDY YOUR PURSE AND MAKE - IT RUN AS FAR AGAIN AS MOST OTHER PEOPLE CAN. OUR GOODS ' ARE GOOD GOODS. OUR PRICES "POSITIVELY THE LOWEST IN THE ' DISTRICT. - . Boys' Summer Blouses, 2/11 and 4/6 each, Crash and Galatea. Boys' Norfolk Coats, Crash and Gala tea, Navy Drills, 4/6, 6/11, 7/6. Boys' Tweed and Serge Knicker Suits, Sailor, Norfolk,, Conway and Rugby, at 5/11,, 7/11, 8/11, 10/6, 11/6, 12/6 13/6 16/6. Boys' Tweed Knickers 2/, 2/?,, 2/6,, 2/11. 3/6, 4/6, 4/11, 5/G per pair. Men's Tweed Trousers, 4/6, 5/6. 5/11, 0/6. C/tl, 7/6, S/6. 10/6, 12/6. Men's. Striped Alpaca Coats, up to 10/6. Men's Tweed Suits, Latest Cuts, very fashionable patterns, 22/6, 25/6, 27/6, 32/6, 35/6, 36/6, 40/. MILLTHORPE. i*nt, S. A. BASSEH, the Vienna Opticia n, may be consulted at the ROYAL HOTEL, ORANGE, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, and at...

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CHAPTER XXVIII. DANGEROUS FRITNDSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912

CHAPTER XXnil. DANGEROUS FRITNDSHIP. ' A party at. Lady Bury's—not a ball or soiree but that which her ladyship liked far bettor—a few friends to dinner, and a pleasant evening after wards. The earl and countess had both been invited; the earl declined going, as ho did not feel well; Lady Lynn wenfi by herself, and, as a matter of course, considering that Lady Bury was a perfect woman of the world, Sir Lionel' was invited. Among those wo men that sat in judgment on hor after wards, there was not one who had not, 011 every occasion, ii^vitod hor to meet the young baronet. A very pleasant" ovoning, ono of the last they spent together. Lady Bury herself was an accomplished musician. She had set some of the beautiful s':anas of Bryant to music—words not half so well known as thoy should bo: 'Ah, no, it never crossed my heart, To think of thee with lovo, For wo are severed far jipart As earth and arch above. An though in many a midnight dream You prompted fancy's brightest theme, I never...

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