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THE LATE MR. GOWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909
THE LATE MR. GOWER. &nbsp; &nbsp; Evidence of the high esteem in &nbsp; &nbsp; which the late Mr. Gower was held &nbsp; &nbsp; was shown yesterday by the large and representative gathering at the &nbsp; funeral. Amongst those in attend- ance were members of the firm of Messrs. E. Webb and Co., and numbers of the employees. The remains were interred in the Church of England. An impressive address was delivered by Dean Marriott, who took occasion referred to the life and character of deceased. Four of Mr. Gower's old fellow employees carried the coffin &nbsp; from the house to the hearse, and subsequently from the hearse to the grave. The funeral arrangements &nbsp; &nbsp; were in the hands of Mr. W. S. Hodge.
Cricketers for England. ONLY SIX CHOSEN. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909
I III CriGketers for England. K ? ? ONLY SIX CHOSEN. ' Sydney, Sunday. ' ff . Thus early, the Australian seTec-, tors, Messrs. Frank Iredale, Clem Hill, |||| and P.'' McAlister, 'have started to fplf?1- spring surprise's upon the public^ mp- They were not expected until the time 111?. arrived for. ,tho completion of (the ifflki' team to so to England in March next. But at Melbourne, ou Friday 'fw' night, the selectors, after deliberating §0/ for two hours, only picked six play . ers — and omitted to include at least two who were generally looked upon Sip as certainties. ||||||. ? The selections are: M. A. Noble i«P|: .. (N.S.W.), -V. Tramp^r,' KN.S.iW^, W. Ife? W. Armstrong (Vic.), ,V. Hansford, pirr ,(Vic). C. Hill (S.A.), R. Hartigan - ? °f tJie six, all but one were generally MBtf tipped as being certainties.. Harll gan's oh'ance of eventually being cho jfA1;1'. sen was a good once. Still, his Inclu eion in' one' of the fii^st six places lfp$-' will come as a. surprise 'to many w...
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH Chief Justiceship. HON. C. E. PILCHER, K.C., NAMED. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH; (From Now South 'Wales Country Press Association). Chief Justiceship. j HON. C. E. PILCHER, K.C., NAMED. Sydney, Sunday. ; It is stated ou good authority that Mr. Wade will not he successor to Mr. Frederick Darley as Chiel Justice. It is understood that ihe feels It his duty to remain as Premier, but'J later in his career he may adorn the Bench. It is possible that the Hon.' C. E. Pilcher, K.C., may be1 appointed, hut no absolute decision has 'yet been ar rived at. '
General News [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909
General News The Lord Mayor ot Sydney has com plimented the police upon the admirable manner in tfhich they handled the crowds in the city on New Year's Eve. The Prime Minister, who was in Syd ney on Friday, says he sees nothing to disturb the political horizon for some \ time to come. His policy speech, to be ' ^ delivered in Queensland, would be nn ! the lines of good government and equit able administration. Mr. Fisher oon siders that Labour had vastly improved its position in State plitics in Victoria. The Prime Minister, at the Highland gathering, eschewed politics, but said i Austra'ia was better governed than any other country in the world. Referring to unification, Mr. Fisher remarked that the electors had it in their po^er to les sen the number of Parliaments. Existence may bo summed up thus ; Ur- till thirty— live. After thirty— liver. ' And then - just living. -R. Hichens. Life need not be miserable after you are thirty years old. If your liver is sluggish and refuses to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909
I WHY „ k SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLATILE Ip,? EUCALYPTI EXTRACT auporior to mj '* l . oilier eucalyptus product? Because it is ? Cs rosult of full experience and of a spocial o'' enreful procoss of mnnufiioture, and tlio -,'J danger attending the use of the irresponsibla preparations which p.ro now palmed off 'Extracts ' aro nvoided. A death w,:1 ,'L receutly reported from the ubc of ono of theso ,.|j concoctions, and at an action at ltiw, a sworn p witness testified that be suffered the mosl |« cruel irritation from tho application to % ulcer of another, which was sold as ' jiw' 118 * dl good as SANDER'S EXTRACT.' Thcra M fore, beware of such deception. Romemberr , JK that iii modiciiie a drop that -uros is bott®' - ' ,18 than a tablespoonful that kills, and insist ; upou tho preparation which was proved b.v |j experts at tho Supreme Court of Victoria ana J by numerous authorities during tho last 3» S years to be a product of genuine acrlt, vie.; THE GENUINE SANDER AND SONS |...
New Year's Eve at Pentridge. PRISONERS CREATE A DISTURBANCE. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909
1 New Year's Eve at Pentridge. PRISONERS CREATE A DISTURBANCE. Melbourne, Saturday. On New Year's Eve a number of prisoners in a division at Pentridge cre ated a disturbance, which at one time threatened to demoralise the whole dis cipline of the establishment. The trouble commenced with a number of youthful prisoners, who are being treated as first offenders.. While the bells out side were chiming a welcome to 1909, the prisoners in question commenced singing in their cells and exchanging the compliments with men in the ad joining cells, in spite of the regulation prohibiting holding communication with other prisoners The uproar was joined; in by other prisoners, and a din was caused by men rattling their pannikins, cell buckets, and other implements. - The warders vainly strove to silence the men, but this only had the effect of spurring the prisoners on to more vigorous efforts. The officials on duty secured the assistance of half a dozen extra warders, and several of the more un...
STABBED MAN RECOVERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909
STABBED MAN RECOVERING. A telegram, from Wellington states that George Charles Boon, who, it is said, was stabbed during a disturbance in the Chinese quarter on Tuesday morning, is now' practically out of danger, though he is still in the hos pital. Charlie Joy, , a Chinese/ was hrnitfht -ha'fnW a*.. uuv, v - 1U1. .'UUI1IIIU, . J.Jf., at the Police; Court, on Friday morning, and on the application of the police, was remanded for eight days. Mr. Kelly, who appeared for the accused, applied for bail, but Senior Sergeant I Ford objected , at . the present stage, ! It was refused. ? i v; I
TEMPERATURE AT ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909
. TEMPERATURE AT 'ORANGE^ ' A | The correct readings' of: the j ther 1 mometer' this 'year are- as sacredly I guarded fronv'the- public as ever they | were, but notwithstanding the fact that the ' ice chest' is kept well filled the 1 coolness of the atmosphere does not ex 1 tend to thf- nnpn. -... Visitors nt thp Orange races ou Friday and Saturday report that. the heat was as severe as ever experienced on the arid Western plains. As the exact registration of the thermometer was not available our in formants, are not in a position to give figures.
The Heat Wave. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909
. The Heat Wave. ? Bathurst was treated to another severe ' experience yesterday. From early morn ing the heat was intense, the thermo meter registering 105 degrees in the shade during a portion of the day. To add to this extremely trying experience a strong wind was 'blowing' from 'the west, which increased in force during the afternoon. About 6 . o'clock, when the storm was at its. height a few drops of rain fell, but, unfortunately, the rain did not continue. Still, after, nightfall a cool; breeze -^sprang upland made life more bearable. , . ,
ROYAL WELSH MALE CHOIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909
ROYAL WELSH MALE CHOIR. Thls'^m!oniIng at :.SIade's, tine box plan for the Royal Welsh Male Choir concert will be on view for those ea ger to reserve their seats for the one - oerformauce to be given in Batburs't by 'this Renowned icdmbinatton von Thursday evening next, at ? the fcsciiool if Arts. Country residents are no tified by advertisement that Beats may be booked by, post, MsssrBi J, and N. Tait certainly import some highly interesting musical attractions, and, judging from the remarkable success of the choir, they are richly reaping the reward of their zeal. For the edification of local music lovers it may be pointed out that in the pro gramme indulged in by tho Royal Welsh Male Choir, Welsh' music; docs not necessarily- predominate; ;; iuf fact,, the songs of England, Ireland, Scot land, and Wales arc artistically arrang ed, together with items of many . other nations 'compositions. A striking feature in this - unique organisa tion is the presence of Mr. Wm. Thomas the- fam...
The Imperial Press Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909
? 'i The Imperial Press Conferencs. (From tho 'Times.') The i recent' ' announcement, that ar rangements are being .made for au Imperial Press Conference in Loiidia next June ;lias called renewed attention to a factor in the ''development of the British Empire, the important of whicih. as, -perhaps ;nOt.. sufficiently, anpieciated in . .the ; : Mother Countrv. The . power weilde'd ' by the newspap-r Press in the British dominions beyond the seas has become one of the most remarkable ^features oif our Imperial growth.'. The self-governing States of the Empire' have each created a Press, which, in ability,' in integrity, of.' purpose, and in enterprise, may, fitly be compared with the journals of any 'country in the' world. The mere statistics of .the oversea Press oi the Empire only inadequately convey a sense of its influence and its importance'; yet they ; serve, at lease to indicate its remarkable, expansion. In the Dominion of Canada, for in stance, there are now 1249 newspapers,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909
wool „ BftSlirtr || wheat Fat ? im ( Stock & Stock /IJRQICESISi Station Salesmen Agents. REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, MBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKIMS. SELLING if|i PER CEKT. CHARGES gllgg ON WOOL. SELLS^© ©&5LY Offscaa and Stores ? CIRCULAR OUAY, ? _ G Y DMEY. ? ___, QUICK RETURNS. LIBERAL ADVANCES. II !| 1? 17 QjP'l-I^C Brewery, Dowling Si' j I l\ 3$-£*0%sSri tj REDFERN, SYDNEY. j I : j XXX ALES — ? Draiight Ales j I I Lager ? -**»? J Pilsener ? inKcs I A 3 - all I Dinner Ale Hotels Bitter Ale ? — Bottled Ale. | Select Stock Ale Bottled Ale. l Stout ? BBottledd I - | RESCH'S Ales, Beers and Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hops obtainable, \ ! I without a particle of preservative, ! | & ' | !g Mr. Tcmperlcy, Vice-president of the N.S.W.Country Press Association addreraingajfaascmBIngeofN.S.W. Country j p ' I Pressmen representing a circulation of 230,000 newspapers per issue, said ; — 'I saw in Resch'a Brewery the finest j H i| co...
LAW AND ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909
:, LAW AND ORDER. The remarkably good bthaviour and -excellent conduct of the crowds in the Sydney streets ou tho night of .Thursday last— New Year's Evte— in teontradistinatioki ito Itho blackguardly and outrageous exhibition of 'hooli- ganism' twelve months previously, is a marvellous tribute to the wise pro vii'rrt of the Police Offences Amen 1 nic.it Act, which so recently became thj law of the land. The disgraceful ?and disgusting scenes enacted in the main thoroughfares of the Metropolis at the close of the year 1907 and ihd advent of 190S are so vividly impress ed ou tho minds of tho public of New South Wales that it is unnecessary ihere to refer to them at length, ex Ipept to say that .these rtecoXlections should now give place to more pleas ing and satisfactory memories, because of the change which was more recent ly witnessed. As a result, of the scandalous conduct of the 'hoodlums' and others twelve months ago the au fhnrifipR ni'nml'Wfl llifif- fnr i-ha ftitfirA lww and ...