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THURSDAY'S SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
THUltSDAY'S SALES. Glasson, (Joulson, and McLachlan advertise that tlioy will soli at the Cor poration Yards, on Thursday next, 30 lat cattle, for Messrs. Cockle and Cross ley; 30 fat cattle for Messrs. Farrell, Smith, and others; 400 prima aud heavy wethers for Messrs. Keenan Bros, The Bridge; 200 fat welihers for Messrs. Eve Bros., Ashley; 1500 choice crossbreds for Mr. 11. (J. Fletcher; B00 choice wethers for Mr. J. McClynjout; 130 mixed store cattle for various ownars.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
WE ARE GRAIN. AND PRG PUCE SPECIALISTS. - FOR BEST RESULTS AND PROMPT RETIJHNS CONS1GX. TOnc. POTATOES, CHAFF, AKD OffHEB-PKODirCE TO US. BRYAHfftHAYES (Successors to Joho Brldge and O.) KING AND SUSSES 8TS./ SYDNEY; f HDtmCW AT RAJX.W4? Rabbit-Strike NO STRIKE W!Tf US In the RaBliit Skin Tmde. HIGHEST PRICES FOR Rabbit Skins : Sheep Skins Hides Eggs, Etc,, Etc. F.L.Whipple's PRODUCE STORE. Summer Street, Orange. THE'STYLISH SHOE, To the man who wishes to be ; well dresesd there is nothing to set off the appearance like a Good Shoe. We have the line that gives the cor rect finish to a well-dressed man, and mark you, we don't- charge a; lot for it. We have made a special, ■ purchase of these Shoes and can of-: 'for'value in quality and price that nothing can surpass. THE— SHOE In three Stylos, at 12s. Cd. MiSBITT'S PRICE. W/M Glace Kid, sizes 5 to 9. Latest round toe. Comfortable and Lasting, BEST BOOTS AND SHOES IN ORANGE. C. J NESBITT, The Leading Shoeman SOMMER-ST., ORANGE. Phone ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
® % © © © © © © © © © © 0 # 0 s 1 o fi § Currants, SM-d per lb. Sultanas, 7%d per lb. U'liion l'eel, 7d per lb. Dates, td per lb. Amott's Xmas Cakes, 2/G each, lib. Cakes, 3 ft- 1/9. Preserves (Fenclies, Apricots aud rears) 10/6 per dozen. Bacon, by the side, 8tl pur lb. Haul's, from 1/ per lb. Jelly Crystals (larg«) .''.Vid each or *3/3 per dozen. GLASSWARE SPECIALS.— Orna mental Jugs, Basins, Dishes, etc., usually charged 2/ to 2/G each, any article 1/. Get in early for these. Sr :li bargains cannot bo offered again. Thoy are a special purchaso. Xmas Gifts In American Glassware and Eloctroplnte Goods, worth everyone's attention. @ @ @ © © © 9 0) m © @ t © © m © f The Anson-streef Stores, 9 © WHERE YOU WILL GET MOST FOR YOUR MONEY. ^ ooooooooooooooooooooooo©®®© SHIPPING P.O. BRANCH SERVICE. To Durbar, Capetown and London, Via Melbourne- and Adelaide. Steamers will leive Sydney as follows Steamer Tons Captain Sai!s xnallarat 11000 \V G. Lingliam Jaii-j6 tiComiiionwealth 6611 T. J. H...
The Daily Leader AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS JANUARY — 1912. Local and General. A PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
AND STOCK AND STATION NEWS JANUARY ... 1012. Local and General. A PAINFUL ACCIDENT. Mr. A. P. Hicks, of Summer-street, sustained a painful accidenli on Wed nesday last. He had a largo motor cm- spring in a vice at his works. The spring, by some mean# when released, struck Mr. Hicks in tho mouth, cut ting his lip badly. Medical aid was procured, and the wound had to bo stitched. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks were to have attended the marriage of thoir niece, Mrs. W. Clarko (nee Miss Flor ence Hicks), that evening, but in con sequence 'of tho accident wero unable to fulfil the engagement, Mr Hicks suf fered considerable pain, but is now doing \vVfl.
HAIRCUTS IS RIZ[?] [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
HAIECDTS IS RIZI The hairdressers in Sydney have de cided to put the price of haircutting up to 9d from the 1st February, ana the price of a Bhave has advanced Id. The price- of. "anaireut" in Orange, connected with a shave, is 1/; there fore the metropolis gets in ahead of us to the extent of a Jienny. Pater familias who always were proud of possessing a better half that could mjuiipulate the shears in a manner peculiar to herself, but who was only allowed to display her tonsorial abili ties on tlie^kids is now well satisfied that her hand has been kept in trim through the practice referred to, and instead of paying the barber 9d she will be allowed to denude father of his curls a la Delilah, which will be more beer money for dad, and less for the barber. Beard cultivating is another thing that the rise will be responsible for, especially anmongst those who cannot shave themselves: and inci dentally the forced growth of the facial covering will afford pleasant pastimo for the babv,...
DEATH AT A PRAYER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
DEATH AT A PRAYER MEETING. Mrs. Chandlor, aged 78, was saying ii tow words at a prayer meeting ot the Sydney Women's I'rayor Union, which was hold at the board room at tho head quarters of the Central Methodist Mis sion, Ortstlqreagh-stroet, between 3 and 4 on Thursday afternoon, when she swooned and died soon afterwards. The old lady was making use of the words, "Uh, love of Christ, it passeth knowledge"—and hero she halted, un able to procoed further. Dr. M'Carthy was called, but> life was extinct before his arrival.
COMMUTING DEATH SENTENCES [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
COMMUTING DEATH SENTENCES Tho Vlctorinn^Cabinet has consider, od the dentil sentences recorded by Mr. Justice I-Iood in the cases of Les lie Oxenbury and Frederick William Thomas, and has decided to recom mend the Governor in Council to sub stitute in each instance a term of im prsonmcnt. Oxenbury was found guilty of feloniously wounding with intent to murder Henry Franli Reedy, at Lyndhurst. on October 3. Thomas, who is only 15 years of age, was con victed in November last of assaulting a little girl at Caulfield. The Cabin ets recommendations will come be fore. the next meeting of the Executive Council.
BLAYNEY PROPERTY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
BLA-YNEY PROPERTY SALE. Messrs. A. U. Hill and Co. on Wed nesday, on behalf of tho Government, ollered for aalo a number of lSlayney I own allotments. The blocks averaged ubout half an aero each. Twelve allot ments were sold at prices ranging from about £36 to about £$7 per aero. To tal purchase monoy aggregated about' ?
BILLLARDS. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
BILLIARDS. LONDON, Friday. At the conclusion of last night's play In the match, Grey v. Stevenson, of IS,000 up, Gray was 14,585, Steven sen 14,700. At the conclusion of last night's play in the Llndrum-Inman' match the scores stood: Inman, in play, 533G; Lindrum, 3163. Mr. .T. H. Bates, the genial hospital secretary, at Forbes, is all smiles these clays. £100 and £10 donations that he had received for the hospital, and on top of these ho can now report a handsome £50, given by Messrs. Tho mas Kdols, Ltd. Two othor kindred institutions are gainers by Messrs. Kdols' generosity. £50 each having also been donated to the Parkes and j Condoholin hospitals. A half-caste named William Alfred King was arrested on a charge of rape on a girl about 12 years of ago at 'Wellington, on Thursday. The of fence is alleged to have taken place on the common. The accused was brought beforo the court on Friday and re manded to appear at the children's court to-day. . • Robert Anderson, a fitter's labore...
"MARTINDALE'S" TIPS ARE. FLYING HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
"MAKTimVLE'S" TII'S ARE. FLYING HANDICAP. Precious 1 Malt Hose .. .. 2 Pride of Murillo 3 FARM STAKES. Lady Ohiel 1 O.D.V .. 2 Blue Pet 3 LIVERPOOL MILE. Fortius .. 1 'Shaftsbury 2 C.H 3 JUVENILE HANDICAP. Regula 1 Abstain 2 Warman .. .. 3 WARWICK HANDICAP. King Bee 1 Orea 2 . Kyloe 3 WELTER HANDICAP. Lady Malster 1 Malt Rose 2 Osterley 3 Hake, who won Tirrana Cup on Thursday, was one of the consistent performers of last season. Altogether he won eight times, of which Bong Bong Ladies' Mile and Federal Stak es, and Jugiong Town and Publicans' Purse were in succession,just as Yass Picnic Boureong Bag and Murrum burrali Club Hand'cnp and Autumn Handicap were. Our Forbes correspondent writes that the colt foal by Maranui from i Mersey's Daughter, bred to English j time at the Warroo stud, by Mr. C. S. M'Phillamy, is a fine-looking youngster, and gives prcm'se of de veloping into something out of the ordinary.
BOXING. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
BOXING. 1 SYDNEY, FriHv.' The fight between McVea and Lang ford, •which was to have taken place on Anniversary Day, has been post poned owing to the injury sustained by McVea to his right hand in their previous contest rofus'ng to Ileal. The engagement will probably take place a fortnight later. Dave Smith and Cyclone Thompson Jiave Tjeen substituted as the Anni veVsEtfy Day fixture.
ORANGE POLITICAL LABOR LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
ORANGE POLITICAL LABOR X.EAGUE. The annual meeting of the Orange branch of the Political Labor League was hold at the Australian Workers' Union office on Thursday nighU There was a large attendance ot members. The president, Mr. J. McKeon, occu pied the chair. The business of the meeting was election of officers and a P.L.L. delegate to tho approaching conference. Mr. IS. H. Richards was elected president; Messrs W. H. Lam bert' and J. Herstlett vice-presidents: Mr. W. J. Whitford treasurer, and Air. W. H. Couldwell secretary, and Mr. J. Freeman assistant secretary. Mr. J. McKeon was appointed delegate to tho Political Labor Conference. The President referred to the closing year as successful from a political view point, and thanked members for their assistance in keeping tho Christian movement alive jn tho electorate. Tho secretary, Mr. W. H. Could well, load correspondence from various centres, re the political situation. Mr. McKeon said although defeated, he would work pust as ha...
CABLES. THE NEW YORK FIRE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
GABLES. THE JTEW TOHK FIRE. LONDON, Friday. The boolts and records of tlie Equit able Assurance Company in New York have been recovered. A list of policies of nearly 1000, on which were loans of twelve million pounds, were uninjured. The vault cf William Read and Co. was opened, and £3, 000,000 in cash and securities were removed under a strong guard. It is estimated that the fire has already cost the department an extra £20,000 in wages.
Sydney Markets. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
Sydney Markets. SYD.NEY l'KOltUCi: 3IAICKET. SYDNEY. Friday. At the Sydney produce sales this morning 68 trucks were offered, 20 of u'hicli passed. liusiness was brisk, and there were largo supplies, chiefly chaff. Oaten hay advanced 3/4; but the supply was not largo and competi tion became excited. The potato platform was crowded, and many went* nvay with their wants unsatisfied. Prices did not advance on yesterday's figures; but tho farmers who aro get ting £10 per ton for potatoes must bo making a handsome profit. Chaff, choice whoaten, 5/6 to 6/-; prime 5/- to 5/4; choice oaten, 5/9 to 5/10; prime 5/- to 5/1; good 4/9. Lucerne hay, choice small bales, 4/6 to 5/3; prime 4/4; medium 8/3. Lucerne chaff, choice 5/7; prime 5/ to 5/1; duft 5/1. Oaten hay, prime rack, 6/- tb 6/6. Maize, prime dry yellow, Lynd hurst, passed at_ 5/-• Nicholson, Gar land 5/-; Jeffries, YVoods'ltack, passed at 5/1; Mackie 5/9. Lucerne liav from Payne Bros., B& thuist, passed at 2/5. ('hail' from De...
THE WHEAT MARKET. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
THE "WHEAT MA.KKHT. SYDNEY, Friday. A privato cablo states that tho Lon don and Liverpool wheat market is firmer, with more inquiries for Austra lian cargoes. This morning a revival in the Sydney ivhcu-lf market was in evidence. Millers offering 3/8£ and shippers 3/8. Fifty thousand bags were sold in Sydney on milling account at 3/SJ. The lower buying rate offered in Sydney late on Thursday did not appeal to farmers and consequently no wheat changed hands at the lower quotation. Those farmers and shippers who wero lately sollors of forward New South Wales wheat spread in deliveries over the months of Jlay to November have clo sed operations and have withdrawn from tho marketa. Tho news is con firmed of light wheat crops in tho Iliverina. Information to tlii's effect is to hand from Corowa, Henty, and Culcairn.
SAID HE WAS JOCKEY McLACHLAN. HOW A MUSICIAN WAS IMPOSED UPON. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
SAID HE WAS JOCKEY McLACHLAN. HOW A MUSICIAN WAS IMPOSED IPON. SYDNEY, Thursday. William Gralam Montgomery, a music hall artiste, who recently arrived in Sydney, was having breakfast in a city restaurant on Wednesday morning, when William Barker, a young man, who sat at the same table sipping his coffee, put the question to him: "What are you. doing in Sydney?" ".Noth ing," was Blie reply; "what are you doing yourself "Oh," replied Bar ker, "I'm a jockey." The final result of this meeting was that Barker was charged, before 2tlr. C'iarko, S.M., at the Central Police Court this morning, with having ob tained £3 from Montgomerie, by pro tending lihat his namo was M'Lachlan, a jockey. The story told of the affair was that Barker agreed to take the musician round tho town and to mo races in the afternoon. Barker remarked: "Being in" the jockey lino, I shall be able to got a tip of the winning jockey; I shall know by their lifting their hats. They always lift their hats to the boys, who ...
SPORTING. WARWICK FARM RACES. ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
SPORTING. wa it wick fa inr races. ANTICIPATIONS. The following are "Early Bird's' tips for to-raorrow'a races at War wick Farm:— FLYING HANDICAP. Prido of Murillo 1 King Haut 2 Precious 3 FARM STAKES. Golden Light 1 Mullen wen 2 Blue Pet 8 LIVERPOOL MILE. Salladay 1 Fortius' 2 Kyloe JUVENILE HANDICAP. Abstain 1 Electric Bell 2 Firm 3 WARWICK HANDICAP. Barlow 1 Chaste .. 2 Kyloe '. 3 WELTER HANDICAP. Osterley 1 Scotch Queen 2 King Haut 3
THE FRUIT MARKET. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
tiie Fiturr makket. SYDNEY, Friday. Tho market was considerably bettor than those of the previous days, and there was big business done in all clioico quality varieties. Peachcs were chenpev owing to the heavy arrival. Medium and inferior grades mot with poor sales cvon at a concession. Cher ries were scarco. Apples, local eating, Oarringtons, made from 4/- to 7/- per gin case, 3/6 per half case; cooking from 4/- to 5/6 per bushel case; best 0/- per gin case; American vino saps 15,/- to 17/- per American caso. Apricots, local extra choice, 5/-: choice 3/6 to 4/-; medium and small 2/6 i&lt;o 3/-; Melbourne's 4/- to 8/6 per bushel case. Cherries, nominal, local 6/- to 10/ per 121b. box; Tasmanian 9/- per 221b. box. Lemons, local choico, white 7/-; me dium 4/- to 5/-; choice colored 3/6 to 4/- per gin case; Italians 12/- to 13/ per box. Ncctr'ines, local choice, 6/- to 6/6; medium 4/- to 5/6; small 2/- per half ease; 4/- to 6/- per gin case. Oranges, local extra choico, 12/- to...
PAX DEI. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 13 January 1912
PAX DEI. Sung at close of evening service at Holy Triuity Church:— Grant us Thy Reace, O God of peace and love, Who dwellest in the shining worlds above. Grant us with Thee for ever to abide. • Where is no night or falling eventide, Till that day break and earthly sha dows cease. O God of peace, grant us Thy peace,— Thy peace, Thy peace.