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WOLLONGONG BAND CONTEST. WOLLONGONG, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
WOLJLOJfGOJTG BAND CONTEST. WOL.LONGONG, Tuesday. a second grade hand contest, was' commenced on Saturday, with Mr. Partington, of Rozelle, as adjudica tor. The bands present were:— Bathurst Model, Helenburgh, Keira, Rookwood, Borough of Wollongong, West Wallsend, and Wollongong. Results:— I Band Selections, hymn tune, "Abide with Me'"—Wollongong Town Band, 41 points, 1; Helensburgh Town Band 38 points, 2; Keira Brass Band, 37 points, 3; Rooward Borough Band 32 points, Bathurst Model 28. Test Waltz—Wollongong, SG points 1; Helenburgh, S3, 2; Keira, 79, 3; Bathurst, 77, 4. Hymn Tune: Helenburgh, 45 points 1; Wollongong, 43 points, 2; Keira, 42. points, 3; Roodwood, ,38 points;.Bath urst, 27 points.
BUYING IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
BUYING IDEAS. The recognition of ideas is part of . the creed of Mr. King O'Malley. He is' grieved that out of £200 voted him in 1910 for gratuities to officers who of--' for valuable and practical suggestions leading to useful reforms and greater economy and efficiency, he was able to spend nothing. He declares that the reason is «that the men at the top will not realise that the men at. the bottom know anything, and almost un consciously discard their suggestions. The Ministor has directed that ideas, however simple, are all to be brought to him personally, and he has great hopes of finding £200 worth this year.
YOUTHFUL BURGLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
YOUTHFUL BURGLAR. A 13-year-old boy was arrested a,t North Richmond (Vic.) while playing in a cricket match on Sunday. He confessed to having broken into 16 houses this last month, Altogether he has been concerned in over 30 cases of housebreaking. He will be dealt with by the Children's Court.
DEATH BY MISADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
I DEATH BY MISADVENTURE. At the Langboyd Hotel, Biree River, in the Iirewarrlna district, about 5 o'clock on Saturday morning, Mr. J. H. Barlow, single, approached his horse, which was tied to a rail in front of the hotel. The animal took fright, pulled the ra!l away, and the rail struck Barlow on the back of his head, causing his death. Deceased was employed at Gnomery Station, at Gcodooga.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
This little question Is worrying a lot of us just now, but if you see Hansen's Beautiful Stock of. Gift things at all prices, the problem will be solved. - ^ 9et. Gold Brooch, set with Ame thyst, Very Strong and Pretty, 10/. Heaps of other pretty Gift Brooch es, at all prices at-— Hansen's, ! Summer-street, ©range, ! aee®©0©3©S0®©303®0©C©©©®e© I A USEFUL GIFT. I 1 . Every Lady Appreciates a Pret- t I ty 'Sterjing Silver Manicure Set, | | that comes from Hansen's, be- | I cause it's the Very Latest Design. &lt; Sfa:. Sil. Manicure Sets, plain and engraved, in strong velvet lined cases, 10/, 15/, 20/, 30/, to 40/. AT HANSEN'S, OYlicrc nil the New Tiling's are/ ■S^-wCS:- ' • •*^•.,•0.—•"VSBBBXi , SUMMER-ST., ORANGE.
CHAMPION LADY BIGAMIST. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
CHAMPION LADY BIGAMIST. A lady, whom the newspapers de scribe as the "champion woman biga mist of America/' lias been captured in the person of Mrs. Clara Koach, of Baltimore, a comely woman of 45. She admits marrying five husbands, and is suspected of having many more. "I •should like to see them all again before I go," she remarked to the public prosecutor. When two of the five husbands responded to the invi tation, she took them by both hands, and expressed the hope that neither would bo jealous of tne other as she did not- love either of them. "I have always believed," she exclaimed, "that somewhere in the world tliere is a man with whose- spiriti my spirit would harmonise. I determined to find him; and now, I suppose, as I must go to gaol, my search, will- be interrupted." "You knew, tiien," cried Mi\ John Roach, her last husband, bitterly, "that you were committing the crime of bigamy when you married me." "No I wasn't, retorted the prisonor, because at every one oi my marriag...
"AS THE JUDGED HER." CHAPTER XXIII. THEY ALL GO THE SAME ROAD. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
"AS THE JUDGED CHAPTER XX1IL iTEY ALL GO TjHJv SAME ROAD (Continued.) The next few days were one dream of delight to Lady Lynn. That kiss' seemed to have taken her heart from! her. The earl was not given to car esses—on strict art principles ho ob ected to them; they disarranged ev erything. Since the major died, no one had ever kissed her face until now, and her heart had gone from her. Sir Lionel was vexed with himsef. A little trifling, a little odd love making was a difficult thing. He wondered how he should kiss tho lips of his wife, Elinor. Would she, wnh her quick woman's instinct, find out what he had done? Sir Lionel was ashamed; the deep est feelings of liis heart were not en gaged with this beautiful girl; it was her own> admiration for him that had first drawn him to her. If she had not made the first advances, ho would novei-. have made any—would never have thought of such a tiling, for his heart rested with his young wife. It was her passion of admiration that pleas...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
Your Choice of a New Year Present MADE EASY AT radley and Atkins Big importations Direct from the Manufacturers of Electroplate and Fancy Glassware. Gent's Nickel Shaving Tidies, from 4/6 to 10/6. Gent's Sterling Silver Plate Razor Strops, 13/6. Gent's Sterling Silver Smoker Outfits, 9/6. Gent's E.P. Stud Boxes, several different designs, from 3/9 to 4/6. Ladies' Electro Plate Hair Brushes, from 6/9. Ladies' Sterling Silver Hair Brushes, and Combs, in cases, up to 22/6. Ladies' Electroplate Hand .Mirrors, from 6/9. Ladies' Electroplate Hair Pin Boxes, from 4/6 to 6/6. Ladies' Sterling Silver Shoelifters and Button Hooks, 2/9 pair. Best Quality E.P. Salt Cellars, 2/3 to 4/6. Best Quality E.P. Sugar Bowls, 2/3 each. Best Quality E.P. Cake Plate Holders, 2/3 each. Best Quality E.P. Breakfast Cruets, from 6/9 to 12/6, Best Quality E.P. Dinner Cruets, from 8/6 to 24/6. Best Quality E.P. Egg Cruets, 22/6. Best Quality E.P. Butter Basins, from 5/6 to 14/6. Best Quality E.P. Jam and Jellies...
GOOD RESOLUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
GOOD RESOLUTIONS. Few of us are so good or 00 blind tc iur fallings that we occasionally rea lise the necessity for reforming:. The new year is almost universally chosen as the period for "turning over a new leaf," and malting good resolu tions. Fortunately we are not.all ad dicted to intemperance in drink or gambling. Maybe your especial fall ing is one of omission, of neglecting to attend to matters which at first sight may not appear urgent. Let each member of our community place a due regard for health above every otlier consideration. The key to health' lies In the. mouth—teeth. Weigh thai statement well, keep your attention fixed on that key. and see that it Is maintained in good order, clean and bright, not as is too often the case tarnished, corroded, faulty, dilapidated, neglected and worse than useless. Don't neglect your teeth—you can't afford it. Early in the now year make this resolution. To be -honest, sober, trutPful. and call on the dentist who will examine your teet...
STORM AT COONAMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
STORM AT COONAMBLE. On Friday night a heavy storm | struck the Coonamble district. In the town the rain was not heavy, but the lightning'w'as very vivid and dan gerous. It struck Coonamble tele phone exchange, and fired the cabinet. The postmaster, alarmed by the re port, rushed in, and with assistance, quenched the flames with wateV. The cabinet Is a charred wreck, and the telephone lines a fused mass. Only about a score of lines out of over 100 connections are now working. A new board has to be installed. The telephone attendant was near by, but was not hurt. Out about Combara and Bourbah, 12 to 20 miles south west of Coonamble, the rain was extraordin arily heavy, over 4In. falling in a few hours.
ERRATA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
„ ERRATA. t In our advertising columns of yes terday we inadvertently inserted a i wrong name In the anncuncement of Warrendine, Bletchington, and Gamji i dale properties, which are for private sale by J. S. Leeds and Co. We print ed Narrambla instead of Warrendine and we take this opportunity of draw ing special attention to these splendid properties so eontiguous as they are to the town of Grange These lands are eminently su'ted for residential and orchard sites, and the soil will grow anything. The properties will be sold oh terms extending over 10 •years, particulars of which can be had from J. S. Leeds and Co., Lord's Place, Orange.
VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
VISITORS. Among the-visitors who are paying an extended visit to Orange are the Misses Curran.from Gilgandra. They intend staying in town tor a few weeks, preparatory to going to Mel bourne, and then back to Gilgandra. Cai'coar and Mandurama were well re presented during the racing carnival, which one wonders at considering the fact that races were being held in the next town only a "few miles away,, but theh Orange is always the magnet to draw people away from their homes in the country no matter what counter attractions are on the bill. Far off Tottenham, in the win ter land of the west bestowed its quota of visitors, some of whom are not tak ing too kindly to going back to the copper country.
FROZEN RABBITS AND HARES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
I FROZEN RABBITS AND HARES. Owing to the plentifulness of Eng lish rabbits trade in colonial has; not been very brisk of late. Fortunately i arrivals from Australia and New Zea- ' land are on the moderate side, land holders* have been able to maintain prices at their late level. Best large Sydneys, ex store, ,are quoted at 15/3 per crate, and similar Victorians are 1/ less. There is no demand for Aus-. tralian hares, and practically all: the recent arrivals have gone into cold store in the hope that trade will im prove. At present English hares are worth about 2/9 each. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
e&lt; © s 0 @ ® 9 - @ m o m # NEW YEAR SPECIALS. Currants, 6',id per lb. Sultanas, 7%d per lb. Lemon l'eel, 7d per lb. Dates, 1(1 per lb. Aruott's Xnins Cakes, 2/6 each, lilt. Cakes, a. £r 1/9. Preserves (readies, - Apricots niul I'ears)' 10/6 per dozen. Bacon, by the side, Sd per lb. Hams, from 1/ per lb. Jelly Crystals (large) 3%d each or .3/3 per dozen. 16$ GLASSWARE SPECIALS.— Orna mental Jugs, Basins, Dishes, etc., usually charged 2/ to 2/6 each, any article 1/. Get in early for these. Sfiih 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 5 9 # © ® 9 * © © m m 0: ®j # © ® © m © The Anson-street Stores, 1 w 2 #. WHERE YOU WILL GET MOST FOR YOUR.MONEY. ® " . ® 00000©©®©.®®@©©@®##©0000##® N« Year Bargains! • _ AT „ § E. A0 Magysress01 © © .&lt;© © 9 © © © Men's and Boys' Xmas Suits are Cheapest at MAG-HIRE'S. Men's and Boys' Xmas Hats and Shirts are ©he...
A GREETING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
A GREETING. We have to acknowledge the re ceipt of a new Year greeting from the Hon. F. W. Coneybeer, the Minis ter for Education in South Australia. On the face of the neat, artistic fold ing card appears the apt quotation from Tennyson, "Happy days roll on ward, leading up the golden year." On the inside of the card is a pictorial representation of little South Austra lians on their way to school. We re ciprocate the good wishes o&> Mr Coneybeer, who has evidently not for- 1 gotten his Orange friends.
WEST'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1912
WEST'S PICTURES. To-night a very special programme 111 bo presented by the West s Pic tures Co.,. at the Australian -Hall. The •&lt; excellence of the fare provided on Monday and Tuesday nights was well attested by the satisfied audiences ■who manifested their delight at the delectable items. To-night the Art Union Drawing in connection with the Orange Eight Hour Association will taie'place. Bookings for the pic tures may be-obtained from Nicliol-; BOP'S Music depot' in Sutnmeir-street without say extra cost.