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DEATH OF MRS. ASHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
DEATH OF MRS. ASHWORTH. For some months past-Mrs. John Ash-j worth of Havannah-strcet; who has been in bad health, but. whose life the ppst month has been sdespalred of, died., yes- terday morning. She was the daughter of the late Mr. James Budge; and was a .native of Batluirst. Her, age was 69 y'fears; and she has been married 53 years. The. Budge family was amongst the best '-known in the Bathurst,-; dis lrict veal's ago, 'but only one of the num ber now survive, Mr. James Budg®, of Cnloola. Mrs. Ashworth leaves a bus ?band and ten surviving children, and 22 grandchildren. Tho funeral is announc ed tn-takc place thiS:mornine at 10.30 o'clock and the remains will be interred ii: tho Kelso Cemetery. Mrs. Ash worth ;was baptised and confirmed, and subsequently married, In Holy Trinity Churdhy and! now her«remalns; :v.Ul rest, it; tho family vault in the cemetery on tho hill.
DEMONSTRATION FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
DEMONSTRATION FARM. m; At. the. meeting last night Mr. .T. Mil- ! hi, M.L.A;, drew special attention to: the visit, of Mr. H; C. L; Anderson, Un der Secretary of Agriculture 011 Friday next. Mr. Perry, the Minister for Agri culture had. had before him all tho cor respondence that had appeared in connec; lion with the'Bathurst Experiment Farm and ho was sending up Mr. Andenion, the best man he could get to receive suggestions, and 'hear ' opinions 1 of the. Batluirst people concerning the- Farm. He hoped there would be a large and Trprr-scntativc attendance. .
A RETORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
A RETORT. At one of the big public schools, the son of a wealthy breeder whose thorough stock were famous some years ago, \v..n given to airing his family import ance. 'Being. 'an overbearing chap, he was unpopular, and on one occasion he was --induleing in his favorite boast to the idol of the school,- whose parents were comparatively poor. 'I suppose you know,': said the wealthy breeder's son ostentatiously, ''that my father's fat cattle invariably top the market ! ' ' Do they,!' retorted the other boy. 'Well 1 I'm jolly well certain he'll never be able to say that about his calves, if he's got nnv more like vou ! '
PARK CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
PARK CONCERT. The District Band will give tho third and last Mnnielpal concert of the season in the Park to-night; tho progrumme is a good one, and inoludes the famous d--3criptivo fantasia, 'A Soldier's Life.' (Many people prefer this selection to the 'Smithy In the Wood.') Some of j our best local artists have been engag ed, and those who attend will havw a. good night's enjoyment. Prices arc aa twnal, 6d and 3d. I
NOT YET A CABINET MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
NOT YET A CABINET MINISTER. When referring last night to the two alternative proposals for weirs on the Macquarie. Mr. .T. Miller, M.L.A'i, re marked that the Campbell's site was in Mr. Wad doll's constituency, and natur ally Hi at proposal received considera tion prior to the White Rock site, a» Mr. Waddell was a Minister of the Crown, v.hile lie (Mr.' iMiller) had not yet 'achieved that honorable' position. Tho Mayor suggested- that-, that -honor wa's^to como.
The Broken Hill Crisis. RUMORS OF EPIDEMIC AMONG POLICE. IDENTIFICATION OF PRISONERS. Broken Hill, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
The Broken Hill Crisis. RUMORS OF EPIDEMIC AMONG POLICE: ? IDENTIFICATION OF PRISONERS. ? v Brolcen Hill, Monday. ... Tho hearing of-, the etiarge of rioting preferred against Tom Mann and 27 ethers was continued to-day. Mr. Justin McCarthy, one of tho solicitors for. the defenco complained of tlio unfair me thods used by the police in identifying prisoners. -They had, he: said, been op ening the door of the Court and, quietly pointing., out certain men . to , one 'an other. . The police. practically admitted tno statement to be irue. ' ? .Mr. Barnett, . S.M., said he regretted the .incident,, and hoped that : it would not .occur, again. The , cases remain part heard. Vivien Shipley was charged with hav ing, in .company witihi several others, se riously .assaulted. Reginald Grain, one of the mine officials. Ho was remanded till Thursday, bail in £300 being al lowed. William McLaren: miner, was /apprehended 011 a . similar charge. , It is rumored persistently that several 1 of , tho ...
PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
? PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS. Messrs. F. Qlasson and Co., advertise in another colvmu that they are act ing aa local agents of the firm of Griffith and Hassel, of Sydney and Melbourno (one of the leading firms of Patent At torneys in Australia.) They will sup ply local inventors (without charge) with full information as to . procedure, costs, etc., thns saving tho necessity of visiting Sydney to instruct a Patent Attorney direct. J
INDECENT LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
INDECENT LANGUAGE. At the Police Court,,.. yesterday. .I«t? » Dawson, was (;hargi?rt. 011 the Informa tion of 'Senior ConstalTlc Sheehy, with using Indecent language in Keppel-street. Defendant., wlii) pleaded guilty, inform ed the Bench that Uoberls, (ho publi can; 'shot' him out of his hotel, and he received a black eye and bruises to his body. Senior Constable Sheehy said M...I miller the influence o' drink, went into the bar of the hotel. Roberts refused lo serve hint, ..and, as he declined to leave, Roberts ejected him. The language, .which was of a disgusting character. was used 1n the presence of women and children. De fendant had previously, bene convicted of a similar olfcnce. . .. The Police Magis trate inflicted a fine of 60s, with 6s costs. (
A POSTPONEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
A POSTPONEMENT. Francis J. Martin, licensee . of tlio Bridge' Hotel. Perthville; was yesterday, -charged. '.on the Information of Con stable ' Lennon, with permitting . drun kenness 011 his licensed premises. De fendant. for whom Mr. Kenuy appear ed, pleaded not guilty. ' On t, he appli-; cf tion of Mr. Kenny, the case was post poned for a week.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
The Orange party's Commonwealth political platform contains four main or guiding principles. One is antiso cialism where Continental socialists . deny religion. Others are a , trained Australian navy, and a subsidy to 'tlio British navy. Another is giving work ers tlio full product of their labour an'd progressive legislation. The principle is recognised that the programme of the party must bo democratic, ; progressive, end 'Australian. . . ,
A Desperate Criminal. EXCITING ENCOUNTER. A LEAP FOR LIBERTY. Sydney, Monday Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
A Desperate Criminal. ' EXCITING ' ENCOUNTER;- ? A ' LEAP FOR LIBERTY. , , ' Sydney;. Monday Midnight. ??An oxciting encounter took place ibis cvening'between flio police and a crim inal. - ?? - From information received two con stables in plain clothes secreted them selves fn the back-' yard ot an .empty house' in 'Regent-street,' which it was be lieved was used for tiio storage of. stolen goods. Before long irman appeared and when an attempt was made to arrest him a fierce struggle ensued in the course of Which captive bled profusely; ? Eventu ally he was overpowered and double handcuffed, but ho managed to escape into the house while ' the police were waiting for a cab 'to' convey -him to the lockup;: The constitbTe-followed his man upstairs firing five-shots after him, but the1 man shut- him&elf In'i a^room, and when the cor. stn:)lc forced -the door op eiv lie w:ii only .In .Um&»to see'nho;man leap, through' the ? '.viud6tfs into -the' as phalted yarcTbolow i'ro...
Shilling Sweeps. MR. WADE'S ACT EVADED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
Shilling Sweeps. MR. WADE'S ACT . EVADED. ' Tlio Police Offenoesvi i: Act,' says ' tho ''Herald,' in sd farias . Tt lis 'designed to suppress sweeps, lias iprov.ed^ a r failure. Sweeps are still openly- i conducted: in the city of Sydney 'rin? defiance. of. what appeared to, be 'very.nr.speoiflc legislation to: the contrary. :-..:The:-police have, so far,' not detected, tlie existence of this business, though they are- on the alert. It is understood that only last week inquiries, were made amongst, the force af. -to whether any .circumstances suspi cious of evasion, or breach of. tire Act had come to the- notice., of any of its members. The reply was that so far as could be discovered the Act was not - 1 1 being evaded. I11 spite of this the fact remains that the Act is being evaded, . and ' sweeps are being conducted. ' Tliey are not on ly, being carried on by. one' establish ment, but by several.' - - The immediate effecf of 'the -Bill was to suppress the method of issuing sweep t...