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SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. ? , Sydney, Wednesday..., .^liight.y. .trucks^pfi'.produce acriv.ed for auction at Central Railway Yards this morning. ?? ??- Chaff, extra choice 5s id to -5313d,: choice 4s 6d to 4s 1 id, prime 4s 3d to. 4s 4d, medium 3s 6d to 4s. Lucerne hay, choice large bales 4s 2d to 4s jd, prime- 3s 6d to. 3s gd, inferior 3s, medium small 3s 3d, Prime chickwheat 3s 9d to 3s iod,. medium 3s 6d.' Prime derrick pressed oaten hay 31 grl to 4s 6d, inferior 2s Sd, Oats and potatoes were unsaleable. Oaten hay : McKibbin, Brewongle, passed at 4s 7d ; Rollands, Lyndhurst, passed at 2s 7d.
Western District Racing Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909
Western District Racing Association. A meeting of the Association wat) held on Tuesday night in the Town Hall. Those in attendance were: Messrs. C. S McPhillamy (V.P., in the chair), Messrs. Dalton ' (Orange), Stranger! (Grenfoll), Coy (Molong), Miller (Cow ra), Casey (H.A.C.B., Orange), Bal comb (Partes), Moore TDubbo), R. D. McPhillamy (Lagoon), Dr. Macbattic, R. M. Lindsay (Bathurst), Robinson, (Portland). Major Claude Smith tendered his re signation from the Association owing to his having .severed his connection with country racing clubs. The resig nation was accepted witli regret. Mr. C. S. McPhillamy was erected President, in place of Major Smith, and Mr. Hunter White, Vice President. Applications were made by the fol lowing clubs to affiliate with the Asso ciation: Young, Wattle Flat, Wood stock, Orange Picnic, H.A.C.B., Cowra, Dnnn'n Plains, and Trundle, amateur. All the applications were granted. , It was resolved that in future all ap plications for representation as trai...
THE DEMONSTRATION FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909
THE DEMONSTRATION FARM. Yesterday eifternoon Mr. A. H. New sham, secretary for the Progress Asso ciation and Acting Secretary of the A. H. and P. Association, received a tele gram from Mr- Anderson, expressing regret, that it would bo impossible for him to visit Bathurst on Friday to meet the farmers and others interested In the proposed Demonstration Farm, and asking for a postponement. This dis appointment is to be regretted as Mr. Newsham, in addition to advertising the meeting has prepared , circulars for members of tho two Associations con cerned. The date' of the postponed meeting will be duly announced.
THE EXPERIMENT FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909
THE EXPERIMENT FARM. It 1b currently reported— and wo have good rwuion to believe that tho report is oorrect— that several of those cm Jloyed on the Experiment Farm have r»«lT*d notice that their Bcrvlces are tn h- -llnm-iised with ImmwJiately. The o«ly explanation given— and that not le that the Minister has been -r#mpt*d to take this step because of tlm pwsistent attacks which have been jnad« upon tho management and tho treasonable demands required to es tablish the Farm on a commercial ba sis nnd show If it can be made a pay tag eencern. Word has been received In town that the whole of the corres pondence which recently passed In th« papers on this subject has been placed before tho Minister, and there Is every, reason to believe that this has led to tho rccent developments. Mr. J* Wilier again referred to the matter on Monday evening when announcing th» visit of Mr. Anderson, .Under Secretary for Agriculture. If the Minister per sists in putting into execution the deter mination...
THEY WERE SHOCKED ! [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909
THEY WERE SHOCKED ! 'We confess wo were both surprised and shocked,' says our contemporary yesterday morning, when it found that the 'Argus' had published certain race weights which they had not been able lo get hold of. TJreat heavens! Fancy the 'Bathurst Family Bun Organ' be ing shocked at anything. We would just as soon expect to hear of 'Old Nick' tiring 'surprised and shocked.' How ever, when our contemporary begins to li*l shockoil Al such » trivial matter, there is still « hope that It may some day bo able to enter the ranks of re putable journals. Sul eej. ;
LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909
LANGUAGE. * Two or three young fellows met on the Market Square yesterday afternoon discussing events of the races. Carried away by excitement they useO language wuch as could not be put in print. A constable in plain clothes happened to pass in the vicinity, and be did not he sitate to mako his presence and office i known. Iu a very short time the cou ple were lodged in the cells and N^lll be called on to face the Bench this morn iuj. 1
CABLE NEWS. German Pacific Trade. THE QUESTION OF SUB[?]DIES. AUSTRALIA CRITICISED. London, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909
CABLE HEWS. German Pacific Trade. THE QUESTION OF SUB'U.niES, AUSTRALIA CRITICISED. '... London, January 27. After Herr Bethmann S3 cretary of State for War; .and J-Ierr Dernburg, Colonial Director, had spo.vim in tho Reichstag 011 the Governnwut Bill -to ' subsidise the North ? Gei'iaan :Lloyd's South Sea shipping services, tho measure was referred to a committee. Most parties'- supported the subsidy ow ing to British aud Japanese competi tion.; Herr Halm, Conservative, remarked that, without wishing . to say a word against Britaiu, it was natural that Aus tralians should not view German deve lopment in the Pacific with satisfac tion. If the German- lino was discon tinued the cause would certainly ema ' nate from Australia. - Herr Ilorman, a member of the Radir cal People's Party, declared that Ger many was in a comparatively favorable position with regard to Australia, which in German opinion, was following quite an erroneous, narrow-minded Immigra tion policy iu aiming to exclude...