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THRIPS OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
V THRIPS OF WHEAT. The Government Entomologist recent ly visited Dubbo to investigate a case which has' been brought under the no tice of Dlio Department of wheat infest ed with— what 'eventually proved to be — tbrips. ? This is the first record Mr. Froggat has' had of thrips being found in wheat in Australia, although it is known to do serious damage to wheat in Europe. On visiting the paddocks, Mr. Froggat found any green W'h-eat therein to be swarming with a small black thrips, apparently of- a new and indigen ous species. The farmers consider that it has caused a considerable amount of damage to the ripening wheat, and that the terminal grains on tho tip of the ear are aborted by them. If this is the case, 'even a single grain of wheat out of every oar would mean a consider able loss in a field of wheat. It is, un fortunately, too late In the season to ascertain the actual damage, but the matter will he investigated very fully next season with a view to preventive measures being...
WOMAN WOUNDED IN THE THIGH. Perth, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
WOMAN WOUNDED IN THE THIGH. Perth, Sunday. i A peculiar shooting affray occurred at Fremantle this morning, at tho house of a person named Edwards. A lodger, Fred. Hultgreen, was asked to allow a friend of the family to sharo his room. He refused, and It was found that lie had a woman in the room with hinL Mrs. Edwards got tlie door open, but Hultgreen fired at her witlr a re volver and pursued her when she fid, firing two more shots. A bullet passed through the fleshy part of Mrs. Ed wards' thigih, but the wound is not serious. The police secured Hultgr«eu and the woman with him, barricaded in the room, which they flooded with a fire hose. Huitgreen and tho woman were arrested on a charge of sfaootiug; | with intent ! I
Interstate Cricket. NEW SOUTH WALES GREAT SCORE 9 FOR 811. GREGORY A CENTURY; NOBLE TWO. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
Interstate Cricket. NEW SOUTH WALES GREAT SCORE. 0 FOR 811. GREGORY A CENTURY; NOBLE TWO ? Sydney, Monday The Sheffield Shield match between New South Wales and Victoria was con tinued at the Sydney Cricket Ground to-day in perfect weather. Waddy accompanied Noble to tlio wickets and the batsmen at once became busy. The fourth century appeared af ter the innings -had been in progress for 5 hours 17 minutes, but at 401 Waddy who had been displaying good form was well taken at point by Ver non. S. E. Gregory was next, and after scoring seven gave a difficult chance to I-Iazlitt at third man. Both bats men then settled down to play fine cric ket. They took complete command ot the bowling, and when the luncheon ad journment arrived were together with the score at 457 for tho loss of 4 wic kets, Noble being 173 and Gregory 31, During the interval it was learned fhat Gregory had been missed when he waa two by, Carkeelt at the wickets. After '' the interval the rate of run-gettiug con tinu...
The Tottenham Sensation. SHOOTING IN A TRAM CAR. London, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
The Tottenham Sensation. SHOOTING IN A' TRAM CAR. I Loudon, January 25. I Later details of the remarkable esca P pade of two Russian -workmen through IS Walthamstow and Tottenham, show that if tbe men were employed in a Tottenham lubber factory -where it was customary hviti i? £100 by motor to pay wages. 1 They held up the motor aud seized the ' money. They then ran away chased by J a crowd of people among whom .they fired indiscriminately with army revpl ncts. Frequently they reloaded their, weapons. A policeman aud a boy were. Eliot dead, aud 22 others wounded. On K? reaching Wallhakistow they boarded a tram car and opened fire ou tho passen gers. The police were following- in a motor car, and seeing that they wero being overhauled one of them blew his brains out in the roadway. The other took refuge in a house where ho . shot himself dead. ' 1 Later. Ilefeld and Jacob, the authors of tho Tottenham savagery, were members of a Russian revolutionary party with head quarters iu Londo...
CABLE NEWS. Great Shipping Disaster. WHITE STAR LINER SUNK. PASSENGERS AND CREW SAVED. London, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
CABLE NEWS. Great Shipping Disaster. .Ji'i WHITE STAR LI HER SUNK. , paSsBV6KRS AND CHBW SAVED. London, January ^s. The White Star liner, Republic, ol fKooo tons, came into collision during a dense tog, with an unknown vessel off Nantucket, . .. Massachusets, U.S., on c-iturday, and sank. The steamer had on board 250 first class passanges, 211 steerage passengers, ,„d a crew of over 300, but all were caved She had, just set out on a winter excursion to the Mediterranean... The ramo included 500 tons 01 bupp..cs iur Admiral Sperry's battleship fleet, to Replace those sent to the relief of the sufferers 'ti the Italian and Sicilian earthquakes. ' Latcr. The steamer Florida with 800 Ita lian emigrants when completing lier voyage crashed into the Republic's side, abreast the engine-room. Two of tlie passengers ou the Republic and four on the Florida were killed. In response to the Repubic's ether .-ma tinnwrous liners, including tho P White Star, Baltic, arrived. The Re §'» J)Ubll0 pass...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909
FUNERAL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE friends of Mr. J. W. Ashworth and family are kindly informed that the &nbsp; &nbsp; funeral of their late dearly beloved Wife and Mother, Elizabeth, will move from her late residence, 48 Havannah-street, THIS &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (TUESDAY) MORNING, at 10.30 o'clock, for the Kelso Cemetery. &nbsp; &nbsp; W. BOYD, Undertaker, Telephone 116. 182 Piper-street. &nbsp; &nbsp; RETURN THANKS &nbsp; &nbsp; MR. and MRS. CHARLES GOLSBY and &nbsp; FAMILY desire to return their heartfelt Thanks to their numeious friends &nbsp; for telegrams, cards, letters and expressions &nbsp; of sympathy, during their recent sad bereave- ment. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
GENERAL CABLES. London, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 27 January 1909
GENERAL CABLES. L'ondon, January 26. Reuter's corespondent reports that Premier Katsura, in the Japanese Diet, fluBtifled the reductions of armaments. Admiral Koniura expressed confidence in Washington's sincerity. He did not hBlip.va t h I* nrnnnsnil ('-n 1 i fm'Tl i n T1 IpiriS Jation would in any way affect the rela tion of the two countries. Mr. Ramsay MacDonald announces that the Miners' Federation accepts the Labour Party's conditions and will join its organisation. General Brutus Alexieff of the Russian General Staff, has been dismissed from the army and fined £1000 for receiving !£950 from British gunmakers during the Japanese war. The Committee of Appropriations of ihe United States House of Represen tatives has reduced the estimates for fortifications from 10,000,000 to 8,000,000 Hollars. The chief item is that of coast batteries for the Philippines. The German Emperor requests the newspapers to refrain from publishing further news of his doings as he de Sires to live as q...
INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING UNION. London, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 27 January 1909
INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING UNION. L'ondon, January 26. Thp northern shipowners ha?* adopt i!d' tho principle of the International Union for submission to the approaching Baltic Conference at Copenhagen. Mes sages of support have boon received from all parts of the United Kingdom, and abroad, representing £50,p00^0,0(P of capital. The scheme is welcomed with enthusiasm in Japan. Tho Biheme is designed to regulate the sup ply of tonnage according to the de mand.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 27 January 1909
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CABLE NEWS. Sinking of the Republic. THE CAPTAIN'S HEROISM. STEADFAST MARCONI OPERATOR London, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 27 January 1909
CABLE NEWS. g;.. .Sinking ot the Republic. THE CAPTAIN'S HEROISM. 4 STEADFAST MARCONI OPERATOR TJoudon, January 26. rater details of the disaster to the White Star liner, Republic, show, that while being towed she suddenly sank StfhpSuSealby and a small number of „J who were on board were forced „ swim or cling to debris, ana scuod with great 'difficulty by the Its of the Gresham. The captain, -was clinging to a grating -was al ,.,u5t exhausted. John Burns, of Peterborough, Eng - d the marconi operator on board, woically stuck to his transmitting ap paratus, sending his ethergrams, de spite the destruction - the deckhouse in which the cthergraph was installed. gy pre-arrangeinent blue lights were turned and pistols fired from the Re public just before sfie found -ed in or der to prevent the tugboat, Gresbaiti lrow being drawn into the vortex. Thereupon the hawser was severed and tlic Qresham's lifeboats lowered. Captain Sealby reassured the passen gers immediately after the collisio...
The Broken Hill Trouble. A SIGNIFICANT MOVE. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 27 January 1909
The Broken Hill Trouble. A SIGNIFICANT MOVE. | Svdnev, Tuesday. . The members of the Industrial. Workers of the World organisation, who1, comprise a small but effective section n- the raDks of the locked out miners at Broken Hill, are propounding a scheme by which a great number of the strikers will commit any trivial otience to cu^'- sg their being locked up. The object ot |- this scheme, which is described as hare^ |) brained in the extreme, is obscure, but ic ft is surmised that it is certain, in soni(5 s way, to checkmate the police. 1
CROSSING OF THE BLUE MOUNTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 27 January 1909
CROSSING 'OF THE . BLUE ? .MOUNTAINS. . The -following, j letter, from - Canon Boyce lia& beeii published .311 the 'S.M. Herald':.-.sT .obF*rve.-iii- your columns this morning jp^th'w. O'Reilly proposed, ?In. the, .;;;tltur„L ; r.-)^-:'ess Association, Lilac LUC UClllUAUl V Lilly JD1UU Mountains, ho: cciourated, and in Bath V. Vfcir Vi ?-:« ..- iirst.' Iv am. glad tp, see that the motion was passed. It is rather early to speak or. a matter that cannot be until 1913, but it is- very desiralile 'to commemorate so important an historical event. Any thing that .will rightly cause our young people to recognise the heroism con nected with early Australia will he helpful 111 several , ways. I think that it iu Maeauley who says, in effect, that the people who. fail to honor the hero ic deeds of their ancestors are unlikely ever to - -achieve greatness. My point now is. to express the hope tli af 'not only will the famous names of Blaxland, Law sou, _aud Wentworth he honored, , but '...
Interstate Cricket. NEW SOUTH WALES 815. VICTORIA 3 FOR 265. SLOW BUT SURE TACT[?]S. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 27 January 1909
Interstate Cricket. NEW SOUTH WALES 815. VICTORIA 3 FOR 205. . SLOW BUT SURE TACTi ;S. Sydney, Tuesday. The Sheffield Shield matcli betweau New South Wales and Victoria was continued to-day in fine weather. Emery and Kelleway, the not out men, resumed to the bowling of Saunders, but after four runs had been added, Kellc way was foolishly run out and New South Wales great innings concluded for 815 runs. The Victorians commenced with Car rol and Horan. Cotter (had charge of the attack, and in his first over, fore a run had been scored Carroll was cleverly taken at the wickets, on the leg side, by Carter. 1 for 0. RansEord followed and runs came only at a tedl OUS raie. rreiuic vary uiuuy naa neen added Carter sent up an appeal for a catch behind the wicket from Ransford but Umpire Bruton disallowed it. Em ery was tho other bowler. The bait century appeared after tlhe innings had been in progress for 42 minutes, ana when the luncheon adjournment arrived the score stood at 1 for 81, Hor...