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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909
SYDNEY WOOL SALES. ? ' -.;.Wincliombe Carson and Co., Ltd., re port:-- The- Sydney wool auctions con tinue to show a very firm tone -and the advance in value is fully maintained. Offerings are now mainly' composed of Southern wools, and a fair amount ! of ; ?New England clips. Our next Monday's catalogue;, will contain quite an .at tractive selection from the Southern districts and the Northern Tableland. A feature of the present market is the .active; .competition . on Japanese , ,acr. count -for bulky- ' Skirtings? ,
Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909
Commercial. ' SUSSEX-STREET PIUOES. Sydney, Wednesday. ' Whont, 38 8,[d to 3s j eomo holders asked 3s 9Atl, . Flour, Sjdney roller, £9 5a ;? country malifis, £-). ' ? J Mill oiliil, bran ar.d pollard, N.B.W., £0 per.tou: ' ???? .?; '?-. Bran, £5;' ' ' ' ; ' Pollard. £0. . . . yiotorian,.4» lOd to ds lid ; Quofns I41H]. 4s . Hrl ? Irtnnl . /' i ? « » ? o i . 1 bIU'wa, as ua to 'J3 ua : f outh African, da 9d ; islands. 4s 9d. ^ .Bnrloy, Uapn, 4s to 4s 2d. - 'Oats, Tnsmanian, 2s lOd to 3s: !Now Zen )land,,nomiiiiil v Algerian, N.S.W.:i'-23 fid to 2s 7d. . . - ? ' ' Wheat, prime chic k, 3s 10d to 4s. ' ?Chaff : South' Australian, £5 5s to v£5 10s : Victorian, £5, ? . Oaten hay, Victorian, £5. ? Derrick straw, ..Tasmanian, £2 17s Gil. . Lucerne hay, Hunter Hiver, prime dry .^reen,, £4 10s to £o loa ; prime brown, £4 5s to £-.1 10s. : Potatoes, Northern Rivers, £3 10s to £4 1 0s ; Tasmanian redskins, £7 ; darkskins, £4 1U3 io *0 ; rmnier Kiver, £L 5s to £3 10s. Onions, Victorian, £8. Butt...
SOCIALIST LECTURER FINED. SHE DECIDES TO TAKE IT OUT. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909
SOCIALIST LECTURER FINED. „ , SHE DECIDES 1 TO TAKE IT OUT. - . Sydney,^ -Wednesday. , -At the -police -/court -to-day, .-Jessie Lorrimer was proceeded^ against on an information alleging that she, ^had m a puBlic -street in.- the city, attracted a number of persons together ' to - the obstruction of persons using such- street,- by 1 speaking. The co'mplainmg^con stable stated that Lorrimer^said'she was a Socialist, and if the Salvation; Army, were' permitted to-; 'hold -^meetings,. Socialists could do so as well. Accused was fined 14s,- or seven, days. She derided to go to prison.,
SENSATIONAL FINISH TO A RACE. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909
SENSATIONAL FINISH TO, A ? '? - RACE. ' 'Sydney, Wednesday.;/,; ? A sensational1 acciaent'occurrea at ine. Ascot racecourse othis afternoon. . After, three placed; horses had: passed the.post I in the Trial Stakes;, the remainder, of the field followed, fast. , When, the pony Alarm [gotVa 'short distance beyond the winning post she stumbled and fell heavily, throwing the rider clear, and bringing doffu Toronto, Durham^ Cor net and Fair Gambil.1' The remainder of the field ran outside -ihe trap. The rider of Toronto, Ev MacDonald,. was soriiewhat dazed, ? but otherwise -unin- 1 jured. The other ? three jocki-ys, A. Mahoney, S. McDonald, -and.T. Moul den, were removed , to the.jockey's ror ni. in a semi conscious condition, but th n-. were no serious injuries.
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH THE BARRIER CRISIS. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909
NEWS B? TELEGRAPH (From New South Wales Country Press Association). THE BARRIER CRISIS. Sydney, Wednesday. ihe cases against Tom Mann and the 27 others, due to. be ' heard at the Broken; Hill Police Court this morning, were, on the application of Mr. J. C Gannon,, supported by the Attorney Gener'al, adjourned till Saturday,, ?TTi'p * tic'lifll- ? hneh'nff nt n.Vli-ote . placfe this morning, but the ceremony was viewed with 'apathy by, the crowcj, and the 'enthusiasm of. the men is evi dently flagging. Tt' hue hppn flinf Mt'rle kina [been made by night,, upon a -!jbile of bricks stacked in town. The' object of these cl,epredations,.it is^elieved, is that the men wish to have a stock 6f missies for use against the police in' future dis turbances. ,r.\ ,,
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. ' Sydney, Wednesday. A seusation was caused at Annandale this afternoon .wh.eti- it,, became known that Mrs; Florence. Burgess, 'wife of Mr, G. A. Burgess, M.L.A., for Biirrawong, had shot herself while in the street. As far as can be ascertained; Mrs. Burgess, after paying a visit totheJConvent,drew a six-chambered revolver, 'and. shot. her-, self in the head; and- breast. , .She-;iwas, removed to' the- hospital; ? ? t Little hope . of her. recovery is entertained. ?
The Harbor Disaster. COXSWAIN AND MASTER HELD CULPABLE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 22 January 1909
The Harbor Disaster. COXSWAIN AND MASTER HELD ' CULPABLE. , Sydney, Thursday. The Marine Court to-day concluded the inquiry into the circumstances of the recent naval disaster. Judge Backhouse said that the colli sion was caused through the wrong ful action of Samuel Bryant, coxswain of .the towing pinnace, in crossing the bows of the Dunsmore, and ' by the ?wrongful action of Captain Hansen, of the Dunsmore, in noi ueepms a ^ per lookout. While the Court ex pressed an opinion as to the negligence of the coxswain and master respect ively, it expressed no opinion ? as to criminal liability. Captain Hansen j. been called upon to show cause why ' his certificate should not be suspended or cancelled. Over Bryant the Court has no jurisdiction, i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 22 January 1909
: Alderman Gartrell urges that keener B attention should be paid by Council ||| officers to the regulation requiring t'ie dfsplay of lights on vehicles at night. Jl| ' In tweoty minutes,' he said, 'I®3'' §11 thirteen vehicles pass me, five of which ||1 were without lights. 11 . Existenco may bo summed up thus : Ofe |aaj till thirty— live. After thirty— liver. M H then— just living.— R. Hichens. Iiifo nee' ?? not bo miserablo after you are thirty }'oari Hj old. If your livor is sluggish and refuse5 MB to perform its functions, tako n far -'®?cs flH qE. Chamberlain's Tablets, aud you will l'vs' mB J$v.. For salo by L. Edgloy aud Co j|3
The Blayney Fire. A VIOLENT EXPLOSION. THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 22 January 1909
The Blayney Fire. A VIOLENT EXPLOSION. THE INQUEST. On Wednesday the inquest touching the fire which occurred at Blayney on Now Year's Eve, was held before Mr. B. Marriottt, P.M., of Orange and Cor oner. Sub-Inspector Banks, of Orange, conducted the case for tlie police, Mr. Kelly, attorney of Wellington, repre sented Mr. J. H. Marsh. Mr. H B Simpson; adjuster for the Norwich Union and Yorkshire Fire Companies. The Coroner remarked that a newspaper circulating in Blayney said that after several postponements the inquest would be held to-day. As fax' as he was con cerned he knew of no postponement and no people were inconvenienced or .disappointed. A fortnight ago he was consulted, but declined to act as it was out of his district, and thought the local Coroner should take it. He also lmri other, duties, to perform. Later on 'lie heard that Mr. Pile, the . Blayney Coro ner was an interested party and there fore^ could not deal with the case. ? He (the speaker) then fixed to-day as th...
Weather Forecast. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 22 January 1909
Weather Forecast, JANUARY. .16th to 23rd, Queensland: Oppressive conditions rapidly overtake the State, and disturbances of a monsoonal nature anticipated, more especially in the nor thern and central divisions, and where iri tli'elr path heavy hall will be most no ticeable. . New South Wales: Rather close acain in central districts, and hot inland.-, At mospheric pressure irregular for a few days. Patchy storms expected. 24th to -31st; Queensland: The compa» ratively cool spell is succeeded by a heat wave. High temperatures will be the rule, and throughout the interior of all three divisions the heat -will be intense; but later much cloud develops, and cyc lonic disturbances bring about more pleasant conditions, affecting coastal districts a few days later. New South Wales: With . very little abatement the heat of previous week not only continues but becomes intensified, and the interior of both this State and Victoria will be a veritable oven. Pros pects for good general rains rem...