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Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909
Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. Sydney, Tuesday. : Wheat, 3s SJd to 3s Sid ; somo holders asked 3s 9}d. , , j ? Flour. Sydney roller, *9 03 ; country ^MilVottal, bran and pollard, N.S.W., £6 per ton. Bran, £5. Pollard. £6. : Maize, Victorian, 4s lOd to 4s lid ; Queens ljud, Is 9d; local grades, 4s Od to 4s 9d; South African, 4s 9d ; islands, 4s 9d. Barley, Cape, 4s to 4s 2d, Oats, Tasmanian, 2b lOd to 3sj Now Ken land, nominal ; Algeriau, N.S.W., 2s 5d to 2s 7d. -: -V': ,; : Wheat, primo chick, 3s lOdto-l*. _. ChalE: South Australian, £5 5s -o £5 103 ; Victorian, £S, Oaten hay, Victorian, Jt'5. .. Derrick straw, Tasmanian, £2 17s Gd. Lucerne hay, Hunter River, primo dry green, £-1 10s to £0 ; prime brown, £4 10s. Potatoes, Northern Rivers, £3 10s to £4 10a ; Tasmanian redskins, £7 ; , darkakins, £ 4 10s to £.'- ; Hunter River, £1 5s to £3 10s, Onions, Victorian, £8. Butter advanced 4s per cwt. Choicest, ' 100s ; good, 90s to 98s; second quality and medium, 38s to 90s. Bacon, prime...
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909
, SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Svdney, Tuesday. Thirty-six trucks of produce weie sub mitted by auction at Central Railway Yards this morning. Five were passed Choice chaff 5s 6d, prime 5s id to 5s ad, good 4s 8d to 4s lid, medium 4s 3d. Prime lucerne chaff 5s 6d. Lu cerne hay, prime large 4s 6d.to 4s nd, medium 3s 8d, choice small 5s 9d to 5s lod, medium 4s 6d to 4s 8d. Wheat, prime new, 3s 7j£d to 3s 8d, medium 35 Sj^d. Prime potatoes 4s 4d to 5s, medium 2s 6d to 3s. Oaten hay : Hoad, Lyndhurst, passed iu at 5s lod. ALL ARE UNITED , In saying that for all Stomach Trou bles there Is no remedy like Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabulea. Price 2/6 Per tin. Obtainable at Meckler Bros., George-street, Bathurst; B. Morgan, Eurraga.*. ,, ( / ,, , . , , -
CABLE NEWS. Messina Earthquake. FURTHER SHOCKS. London, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909
GABLE NEWS.' Messina Earthquake. . FURTHER SHOCKS. , London, January 19. Further shocks of earthquake ' at [ Messina brought down .a number of tot tering buildings. ' The American bluejackets have' ' Tle coyered the bodies .of Mr. Cheney, Unit ed States Consul, and his'- wifie. - - ? - A Government 'commission is deliber a ting' as to tho._best way of clearing the ruins by tin-owing, them into ' the sea. It is expected thle'work ^vlll at tract more refugees back' to: the city. Work is proceeding in the ruins of the military depot to recover ? (enor mous supplies of cereals and flour, v
SWEET BRIAR AS STOCK FEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909
SWEET 'BRIAR AS STOCK FEED. During the past few weeks corres pondence has! been published in tho 'S. M. Herald' bearing upon sweet bri ar as a feed' for stock. The case— for and against — lias been argued with considerable force. The 'Argus' has republished some of these letters, and now append one from Mr. W. II. Webb: I have read so much about the live stock- feeding qualities of the sweet briar that, as I have had some bitter experience of it for over 15 years, I feel it is a duty I owe to endeavour to prevent all persons from ruining their properties by sowing, or even allowing such a curse to exist on their land. Mr. Piggott, of Blayney, makes too light altogether of it. While it may have been killed once, as he states, yet it is very difficult to era dicate. In tho early seventies we purchased a small block of .land con taining about 320 acres. Some of the black flats wero covered with sweet briars, in all about seventy acres. It cost £200 to get them clean, as we thought; For...
SALE OF THE KING'S FAT STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909
SALE OF THE KING'S FAT STOCK. The King's fat stock from the royal farjins at Windsor -were sold at 'the Slough Christmas Cattle Show and sa' on Tuesday. Buyers were present f 1-. — 1 -all' parts of tho country. His Majesty sent 29 fine Devon and Hereford bullocks, 230 choice Hamp shire and Southdown sheep, .. .and 88 prime bacon hogs and .porkers. . The bullocks fetched £904, the slieep £755 19s, and the pigs. £429 Cs Od making a total of £2109 5s 6d. iiie highest ? pri-t ces paid were: Single bullock, Mr. Willis, Shoflield, £44. ' ; , Pen o£ sheep, Mr. Skilton, Bromley, 75/ each. Single pig, Mr. John Harding, Slough, £11. ' Couple of fat hogs, Mr. Wragg, Leeds, £12 10s. Three porkers, Mr. Hilibord, Sheffield, £10 15s.'- ? :-'
PROFITS OF RAILWAY ADVERTISING. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909
PROFITS OF RAILWAY ADVER TISING.' ^ : ' Sydney, Tuesday. , Among the miscellaneous 'scurces of revenue of the Railway Department, several items contribute a' fairly sub stantial sum« Inquiries, this afternoon, from the Secretary to the Commissioners elicited the information that from -ad- vertisements on railway stations and time table books, etc. the revenue last year was j£n, 1 50. Advertisements in the trams gave the satisfactory return o( £580. ? Prizo essays havo -been, inaugurates iu each, State to foster patriotism in tho cadets.' The chief prize is £50. Three prisoners escaped from Costle maino (Vic.) , Gaol on- Saturday night The doors of the escapees' cells wero found open, ' though the .locks had- not been damaged. ^ Sir Frederick Darley- has ? been grant ed 12 montli^' leave of absence from February 1, with - a- view to retirement. Mr. Justice G. B. 'Simpson has been appointed Acting-Chief Justice. Sir Frederick has served, nearly 23 years on the Bench, with only one per...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909
Pambula farnvei)3, believing th[a)l. prickly, pears can.be used as ensilage, are trying to earn the Queensland Go vernment reward. In the Goulburn thunderstorm. Bisli op Barlow's motor , car was stopped by flood up to the fence level. It drove through a .crcelc without the. engine stopping. Tho Bishop had to aban don two engagements. The Singleton Corporation's labor ers struck on Saturday. A fresh stair was put on the streets on Mon day. ' ' A shark 14 feet G inches long was landed at Port Kembla jetty on Monday. A -steam winch was used.
The Chief Justiceship. MR. JUSTICE SIMPSON TO ACT. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909
The Chief Justiceship. MR. JUSTICE SIMPSON TO ACT. Svdney, Tuesday. The Cabinet yesterday considered an application from Sir Frederick Matthew Darley for 12 months leave of absence, with a view to retiring at the end of that period from the office of. Chief Justice of the State. At the conclusion of the meeting the Premier said that in view ot tbe long and meritorious service of Sir Frederick on the Bench, the Cabinet had readily acceded to the application. The leave will commence on Februaiy i. It has also been decided to appoint the senior puisne judge— Mr. Justice G. B. Simpson — to act as Chief Justice diiring the period of leave grafted to Sir Frederick Darley.
Bathurst Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909
Bathurst Progress Association. Last evening the monthly meeting of the Progress Association was held. The President, Mr. J. J. Sullivan, occu pied the chair, and the other members present were: Revs. M. J. O'Reilly, Messrs. ,E. A. Wright, W.. Boyd, M. Meagher, J. Rutherford, H. Mugridge. Apologies were receive Irom Messrs. Arnold Rigby, and H. E. Suttor. Correspondence. Demonstration Farm. , Mr. Miller wrote: I have sent it on to the Minister for Agriculture asking him to fix a date upon which he could discuss tho whole question of the De monstration Farm, It will be neces sary for him to have a report made by -a proper official, and I think it would be advisable for that official to Inter view the members or your Associa tion and any other citizens of Bath 1 ursfc who would like to have some thing to say in the matter.' The reply from the Department re garding the establishment of a Demon stration Farm in the district was that the Minister would discuss the ques tions with him on T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909
Existence may bo summed up thus : Up till thirty— live. After thirty— liver. And then— jusi living.-R. Hichons. Life neod not be miserable after you aro thirty years old. I£ your liver is sluggish and refuses to perform its functions, take a few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets, and you will livo auew. For sale by L. Edgley aud- Co '