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THE IPSWICH TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
THE IPSWICH TRAGEDY. At the Ipswich Police Court on Wed nesday, bohann Gottlieb Jenner ap peared to answer ;i charge of having wilfully murdered Annio Holzwari) at Ipswich on December 23. Constabio Patrick, Dovaney, Watchliouse-keepcr' at Ipswich, said defendant said to him, "All, poor Annie, I was jealous of that other fellow. I cut her throat. I told iho police about' it." The prison er pleaded not guilty, and reserved his dofence. He was committed for trial at the criminal sittings of the circuit court tb be held in Ipswich on April 2.
MR. THOMAS BATH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
MR. THOMAS BATH. A New South Welshman, who has done woll for himself, achieving poli tical place and famo in West Australia is Mr. T. H. Bath, now M.nister fur Lands and Agriculture in the latter State, who is at presmt visiting thn scenes of his youtii. Mr. Bath, who was born at&lt; Hill End, near Bathurst, was engaged in mining at Lucknow when the Coolgardie rush sot in, and he was one of the many infected by the thirst for gold. Ho, however, had no fabulous luck, and after a time his journalistic leanings and Labor pr.n ciples led. him to tako the editorship of the "Wcstralian Worker." Ho after wards bee i trie secretary of the Go d fields' Trades and Labor Council, but gave up this position on being return ed to Parliament in 1902 as Labor member for Hannans, an electorate in the Kalgoorlie Golden Mile. Ho was appointed Chairman of Committees in 1904, and in the following year, on the reconstruction of the Daglish Ad ministration. ho took the portfolios of Lands and Educ...
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
BOWLS. 1'lie match, Hathurst v. Urango, to lie played on tho local green next Sa turday should be productive of some keenly contested play. Members are requested to bring along refreshments as usual, and mako tho stay of tho visitors as onjoyablo as possible. It is hoped as many ladies as possible will Ki'-'ico the grounds with their presence. The rinks have not yet been chosen, with tlio exception of tho Orange champion rink, which will bo com prised of Messrs. AVarren, Lee, Thwait.e and Kilgour, with. Fleming as fifth man. A meeting of tho Committee of tho 0range School of Arts will be held at the Institute to-night (Friday), for 'f.ho transaction of general business. The weather forecast is:—Fino gene rally. moderate temperatures. Tn our paragraph ancnt tho appoint ji.prir &lt; r trustees m connection with tho Holy Tnnitv Church property, th'? name of Mr. W. J. WJiitford was in advertently sustituted for Mr. W. J. Gilford. i
A LOVELY LIAR. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
A LOA'ELY LIAR. A crowdcd liouso greeted tho perfor mances of "A Lovely Liar" last night, and Mr. Reginald Wykeham and his highly talented Comedy Coy. scored an undoubted success. Tho many lu dicrous situations evoked burst of ap plause from a highly appreciated audi ence. There is sure to bo a good wel come awaiting this galaxy of talented actors and actresses on their roturn visit.
V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. ENTRIES FOR NEWMARKET AUSTRALIAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. ENTRIES FOR NEWMARKET AUSTRALIAN CUP. The following are the entries for the principal fixtures of the V.R.C. Au tumn meeting:— ' Newmarket Handicap. Desire, Carman, I-Ioneywood, Advan tage, Rifle, Wynyard, Alinissa, Mindful, .1 oily Beggar, Ayr Boy, Irritation, Pearl Barley, Sequarius, Twa Brigs, Nyan, Lucky Bean, Obsono, Nari, Tra falgar, Flaitli, Wassail, Takipono, Braw Scot, Sharpshooter, Chief, Lo chiel, Rhetia, Teucer, Recaller, Queen o' Scots, Burston, Ardlui, Orvieto, Ses sa, Eulberite, Abbey Craig, Brasseur, Berry Consols, Abdicator, Muzlano, El vanite, Brookong, Lorn, Durdans, Sweet Narelle, Hulbrook, Captain White, Uncle Sam, Baldoyle, Pecca dillo, Amnon, Jemiali, Rightawav, Mountain Princess. 'Saltare, Moton, England, Minju. Carette, Ngauruboe, Jolin Porter, Woolerina, Terragong, Sylvander, Lager, Malchester, Bever age, Blast, Paanopa, Precious, Mai dant,' Borrcsov, Sweet Adeline, Pride of Murillo, Marnghi, Malt Field, Sweet Male, Desert Rose, Unlim...
VALEDICTORY TO MR. AND MRS. LAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
VALEDICTORY TO MR. AND MRS. LAYERS. Sir. and Mrs. W. Lavers, who liavo boon actively identified with the work of the Orango Baptists Church for a period of six years, and who are remov ing to Sydney, were last overling, ten dered a farewell social by the members and adherents of the church, and pre sented with tahgiblo tokens of love and appreciation. The Past'or of the church, the Rev. H. Halmaiick, presi ded, and there was a largo attendance. Tho proceedings were commenced by the company singing "We're Marching to Zion," after which the rev. chair man offered prayer. Those present then sang "Precious Promise God has Given." The Jlev. Halmnrick, speaking, to the occasion, said he was glad to see so many present. It was unfortunate J tha'l they were constantly called 011 to say farewell to friends. As a minis ter ho was 'quite accustomed to fare well gatherings. Ho hoped that Syd ney would not prove congenial to Mr. and Mrs. Layers, and that they would return to Orango. Ho had the c...
PHILIP LYTTON'S ENTERPRISE. PICTURE PALACE FOR. ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
PHILIP LYTTON'S ENTER PRISE. PICTURE PALACE FOR. ORANGE. Mr. Ph'lip Lytton, during his re cent visit to Orange, entered Into ne gotiation to build a permanent Pic ture Palace, to bo run on high class lines. The position of the structure will be in Lord's Place, Orange, di rectly opposite Robertson Park. The contract for tho front of the structure, which is a very handsome one, has been allotted to the Ernbo steel Company of Australia. A per manent first-class lighting electric plant is to be installed, and the audit orium will be tastefully arranged with accommodation for 2000. Mr. Lytton's enterprise will give picture lovers an opportunity of see ing exclusive films from the world's best makers. A special feature of this Picture Palace will be the hand ing over of the gross receipts of the opening night to the local hospital. >.!r. Lytton has written to the secre tary of the Orange Hospital asking him to form a committee to take the p'lt're charge of tho ticket selling and tickc...
THE ETERNAL HEAVENS MR. WRAGGS'S VISIT TO ORANGE [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
THE' ETERNAL HEAVENS . MR, "WRAGGIS'S VISIT TO ORANGE Considerable interest is being evinced by the coming visit of Mr. Clement Wragge to 0 rail go. Mr. Wragge's femP as, nn astronomer is world renown ed, and lie intends giving a series of lectures, included in which are "Noble Astronomy"; "The Plight of a Soul" ; "The Romance of the Earth" : "Fore casting the "Weather," and the very latest, photograph of Mars showing the canoes, etc. During his lecture Mr. Wragge will explain and discuss the most wonderful discovery of the present' age—Radium. _ The heavens, stars and comets, will be shown during the lecture bv an up-to-date diograph plant. Mr. Geo. Herron for many years associated with J. C. Williamson, Ltd.; is making arrangements for Mr. I Wraggo'fl visit.
THE CASINO TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
THE CASINO TRAGEDY. An appeal has been made on belialf of the parents of Mrs. Perkins, one of the victims of the Casino tragxedy, for the exhumation of the bodies of the woman and tho boy, in order that they might bo examined by a Grafton doc tor. The request was refused by t'he Coroner, who said that at present there were no suspicious circumstances and unless the evidence at the inquest justified it, or an independent doctor was not satisfied as to the cause of doath, ho would not give an order for exhumation.
DISTRICT NEWS. AMAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
DISTRICT NEWS. AMAROO. Our correspondent writes:—Since my last letter, Xmas and -the usual holidays thereat .have come and gone;, and as is usual here, were passed very | quietly. The annual re-union of friends and relatives was in evidence in a1 good many of our homes resulting in 1 tho joys oi a happy gathering together of our loved ones from both far and near to celebrate Christmas, and then alter a few days or weeks, as the case maye be, are all scattered again to look forward to the nest happy re union a year henco. In some of our homes loved faces are missing, having gone to their Best, but wo think they are with us in the Spirit, a peasing thought, and cheering too. The weather has been and is beauti fully cool for this season of the year, and as a good rainfall of 72 points fell last week, the com and potato crops are looking lovelv and green. Mr. V. Williams, oldest son of our teacher, had a few days of severe ill ness from ptomaine poisoning, which, necessitated his admiss...
SHORT-WEIGHT BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
SHORT-WEIGHT BREAD. Orange bakers might notice that a new kind of prosecution lias been initiated under the Bread Act by the police authorities. Until a. judical de cision was given recently on an appeal lodged by a baker, the police custom was to visit bakehouses at night and weigh the bread. Judge Fitzhardinge, however, held that the terms of the Act required that the bread should lie weighed in the daytime, the convic tion accordingly being quashed. The first prosecution under the new order of administration was hoard at the Glebe police court this week before Mr. Barnett, S.M., and, by the way, it Mas Mr. Barnett who fined_ the baker in the case which Judge Fitzhardinge held that the inspection must he made in the day time. A woman named Si bella, was charged with having five loaves in her possession which were de ficient in weight by nine ounces. The defendant pleaded guilty, but stated that sho sold the bread just as sho received it. The magistrate, had 110 doubt about the acc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
McLEAft" AiVJ) CO. are Auctioneers and Commission Agents. Have you anything for sale? 1C so, call at our place. LAMAKO Brothers, the reliable fniit ■ ers, thank everyone for generous patronage. They are now selling choicest fruit and delicious summer drinks in temporary premises, next Biirsle's studio. LAWRENCE HEATON, Sole Agent for the International Harvester Co. (McCormick Division). All Farm Implements. Engines and Spraying Plants a specialty. McLEAN AA'D CO. have Hotels for Sale in Orange and other towns. Call and enquire. Lord's Place. HOUSES A 1ST) LAND for Sale, Or ange and • Bast Orange, cash or terms. Harry Chandler, Auction eer and Property Agent, Piesley strect, Orange. GAS' MANTLES—Inverted at 9d each; Uprights from 4d each at A. P. Hicks', in Summer-street. McLEAN AKD CO. have for Sale Spring Cart, good hargain, Sulkies with horse and harness. Call and enquire. FOUND—A Good Night's Sleep, at W. C. Hudson's Boarding House, corner of Robertson Park, Summer-street. WANTED...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
WEDDING. A quiet but pretty wedding was cele- brated at the Methodist Church yester- day afternoon, when the Rev. H. G. Martin united in the holy bonds of ma- trimony Mr. Leslie William Davies, of &nbsp; Windemere, Boorooban, to Miss Ger- trude May Parkes, youngest daughter of Mr. John Parkes, of Cooksmylls, Parkes. The bride, who was given away by her father, was attired an an Empire gown of white silk chameuse, ninon overdress, with silver trimmings. She carried a bouquet of white roses, and wore an emerald and pearl pend- ant, which were the gifts of the bride- groom. Misses L. and F. Parkes, sis- ters of the bride, were the bridesmaids, and wore dresses of ninon over bro- caded silk, and satin stripe voile respec- tively, with hats to match. Mr. Har- old Parkes, cousin of the bride, acted as best man, and Mr. A. G. M. Parkes, brother of the bride, was groomsman. At the conclusion of the service the wedding party adjourned to the Royal Hotel, where the wedding breakfast w...
OLD ORANGE IDENTITY'S DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
OLD ORANGE IDENTITY'S DEATH On Saturday last the death occur- red at Balmain of Mr. James Hilton, at &nbsp; the age of 79 years. He leaves a widow two sons, a daughter, and many grand- children. The deceased gentleman will be remembered by Orange residents of an older generation. Some 25 years ago he had a coach factory in Lord's Place near where Mr. Leveridge now has his motor garage. The remains were taken to the Church of England, at Balmain, where the resident clergyman read the first portion of the burial service. The interment took place at the Field of Mars cemetery. Among the old friends that were present at the graveside were Mr. Middleton and Mr. J. Withers. The officiating clergy- man spoke in the highest terms of the deceased. A number of the brethren of the Orange Lodge attended the funeral, the service for a deceased brother being read by the chaplain.
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
OBITUARY. There passed away at her residence in Peisley-street yesterday morning, at 11 o'clock, Mrs. Henry Cash. The deceased lady was well and favorably known in the town and district, having resided here for the past 30 years. Her husband pre-deceased her by 20 years. She leaves a grown up family, consist- ing of three sons and a daughter. The funeral leaves her residence for the Catholic portion of the cemetery at 3 p.m. this afternoon. The cause of death was an internal trouble.
FOREST REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
FOREST REEFS. Tho usual monthly meeting of tho Jliflo Club committeo was hold on tho •1th instant, Captain Streatifeild pro siding. Tho minutes of tho last meet ing were read and confirmed, accounts passed for payment, and arrangements made for next quarter's shooting. It was decided to fire 10 shots at 500 .yards for January, 10 at 300 for Feb ruary, and 10 at 200 for March. TL'he best shot in each month is to count, and prizes fixed as in the previous quarter. Tho following aro tho handicaps for tho March quarter:—E. Stroatfeild scratch; P. Nesbitt, J. Thompson, H. Stroatfeild, and W. Brown 3; P. Red mond 4; W. Webster 5; E. llambough and E. Starr 6; Jas. Wills 7; T. How ell, T. Donlan, A. Starr, E. Donlan, and W. McEvoy, 8: Jno. Wills 9. and ! l'\ Marshall, W. Wilson, W. Hocking, and J. Lowrie 10. Shooting at 500 yards lasb Saturday tho following scores were registered:— 10. Streatfeild 46, W. Webster 43,"P. Nesbitt 42/ E. llambough 40, E. Starr 38, W. Brown 37, and T. Donlan 35....
MISS KIRK MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 12 January 1912
MISS KIRK MARRIED. Miss Yailda Kirk, well-known in western showrings as a lady rider, was married last week at St. Stephen's Church of England, Rookwood, to Mr. Frederick Moore, also known in the sporting field, and fourth son of Mr. William Moore, of Wangaratta, Vic. After a honeymoon at Manly, Mr. and Mrs. F. Moore will return to the bride's old home, "Belle Vue," Duck maloi, for about a mornth, prior to taking up their residence in West Aus- tralia. All good wishes go to Mrs. Moore, who is one of Duckmaloi's most popular girls, and whose success in the field was always a source of pleas- ure to her friends.
A SENSITIVE SERGEANT. ALL OVER KICKING A JAM TIN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
A SENSITIVE SERGEANT. ALL OVER'KICKING A JAM TIN. The case in Condobolin concerning on tlie part of tne isew Years Eve revellers, and in which Sergeant Berry fainted while giving h's evidence, was decided at the Con dobolin police court on Wednesday. It appears that the Sergeant, who was on plain clothes duty, saw" from 40 to 60 men and boys coming down Bath urst-street, Condobolin, when one of them rushed out and kicked a jam tin along the street, and the Sergeant rushed in and arrested him. He said the behaviour consisted of s'nging, etc., besides kicking the tin. Consta ble Glisson, who assisted the Sergeant in making the arrest, gave evidence to hearing a tin rattle, and seeing Sergeant Berry arrest the prisoner. Prior to that the constable said that the crowd had been creating no un usual row on a New Years Eve. Sergeant Berry mado application to treat Constable Glisson as a hostile "witness. He said it was a most un usual procedure for an officer, but he had to do it. The cons...
TROUBLE AT WELLINGTON HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
TROUBLE AT WELLINGTON HOSPITAL. The matron of Hie hospital has been i. „ CT- i., . 11 ■ t v- -1 row «t — i r—wjtrasnratilr Wardsmen, like cooks, have a propen sity to look upon the beer when it is amber, and difficulties in consequence arise in connection with the proper performance of their duties. The pre sident explained at. the meeting of the hospital committee on Monday evening that the matron had been harassed by drunken men occupying the position, and lie suggested that a boy of 16 or 17 should be procured and also a wo man to do the scrubbing, by which means the wardsman's duties could be carried out without the anxiety attach ing to the present system. The sug gestion met with the approval of the committee, and the whole matter was left in the hands of the matron to make what arrangements were found suitable.