Elephind.com contains 14,491 items from Bathurst Daily Argus, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
THE DEFENCE QUESTION. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909
THE DEFENCE QUESTION. ; K Sydney, Friday. 1 Prime Minister Fisher arrived in Sydney this morning from Queensland, Interviewed concerning his speech in which he is to outline the Govern ment's poilcy, he said it would he i' I'ivored 10 weeks hence.. Until then is could not make any statement regard ing military, naval, or other matters. Incidentally he might say that all were in favor of naval and military defence, but when the question of expenss arose, many viewed It In a different light.;
CONTROL OF LABOR. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909
CONTROL OF LABOR. Sydney, Friday. Unions affiliated with the Sydnejf jj tiabour Council, representing soma E 80,000 men, arte dtill pfla'ded 3W 't® JE possible predicament of being callt! Kl out on strike at any time. But, oc- ? cording to tlie amended resolution ? which was carried last night, w8 Council nowi reserves to itself ® | right of withholding support, or sus pending or expelling the offenfltoS union or district council. In( Substitution for the motion, (which was under discussion a weefc ago) the executive recommended the following as a new rule (rule 7)'' In tho event of any affiliated union or district council ordering Its meni' bers to cease worlc, or taking an? I action calculated to Involve other un ions or district councils affiliated ^ the Labour Council of New Son® Wales in industrial trouble, or to ne cessitate an appeal for financial assist' ance, without first affording the hor Council ample opportunity for in vestigating tire matter in dispute, witt a view to ...
A "CHARMED" RUNAWAY. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909
A 'CHARMED' RUNAWAY. - Sydney, Friday. ' A runaway horse, attached to a light sulky, careered through a number of crowded city thoroughfares this after noon, but, marvellous to relate, beyond a slight collision, inflicted no injury on anyone or anything. A number of Pe destrians, however, only escaped nar rcwly.. ?
CABLE NEWS. Britain's Defence. A WARMING "TO "SLACKERS' London, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909
CABLt NEWS. I Britain's Defence. A WARNING TO 'SLACKERS *? ! ' London January 29. Mr. McKenna, First Lord of the Ad miralty, speaking at Fishmonger-.? Iialll made a strong pronouncement of t'ci' Government's determination to fulfil Mr Asquitli's pledge to fully maintain th relative superiority of the fleet. j While combating the idea of com pulsory service with regard to regulars Mr. Haldane, in a speech at London himslf but does nothing for the coun try. He remarked that not improbably/, a short sharp Act of Parliament 1 war time would compel him to do hi duty in some very inconvenient and unpleasant parts of the country. I
Sydney Share Market. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909
Sydney Share Market. Sydney, Friday. Latest quotations : — ' Rroken Hill Proprietary, 37s Gd. Broken Hill South, 79s fid ; (0 wks.) 81s ; Ccon.), 72s ; (paid) 80s. Broken Hill Junction North, 22s, Broken Hill Junction, 2s lOd. Mount Molloy. -3b 3d. O.K. Copper, 3s Sri. Haunt David, Is lid. Sauk of N.S.W., £47 10s.
GENERAL CABLES. London January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909
GENERAL CABLES. London January 29. ; Reuter's correspondent at Sofia states that Bulgaria has rejectad t.tre Porte's proposal to reduce the comu isation claim if the frontier is rectified. Iiutria has initiated remonstrances to Turkey and Bulgaria against their military measures as calculated to impede Cfte efforts of the Powers to effect a friendly settlement. The notes also oppose the ratification of the frontier* Yielding to tho appeal of Governor Gillet, the State Government has post poned the proposed Californian antiJa panese legislation, with a view to its modification. Both House of the Legis lature have requested the recall of the Japanese Consul General at 'Frisco for urging Mr. Gillet to prevent the passing of anti-Japanese measures. ' '? ! ; Policeman Tyler, shot while pursu ing Jacob and Hefeld, the Russian Ter rorists at Tottenham, had a great fun eral. The procession included 5000 people. For the purpose of avoiding an anarchist demonstration, Jacob, who was shot by a...
GERMANY'S EMBARRASSING FOREIGN POLICY. London January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909
GERMANY'S EMBARRASSING FOR EIGN POLICY. ! ! London January 29. The 'Standard's' Berlin correspon dent mentions that a scandal has been caused by tlie 'Neue Freie Presse'' (Vienna) publishing tho purport of Hens Yon Sch'on's strictly confidential state ment to the Budget Committee of tha Reichstag to the effect that the mimer ous revelations connected with the For ] eign policy of Germany were seriously embarrassing the Government. j Herr Noske, a Socialist member of tha committee, has admitted divulging thel information, aud has begged the com mittee to pardon him, pleading that lid was not aware that tlie information wa intended to be kept secret.
SYDNEY PRODUCT SALES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909
SYDNEY PRODUCT SALES. ; Sydney, Friday. Fifty-two trucks of produce were of fered by, iaudtion at' Cental Railway yards th'is morning, 13 being passed In. Choice chaff, 4/10 to 5/3; prime, 4/4 to 4/9* Prime small bale lucerne hay, J4/9, trussed, 4/6, choice dumps, BJ1, choico large 4/6, prime 3/S to 4/2^ uiuen nay and oats were neglected, | Prime chickwheat 3/9% . Prime yellow maize 4/8. Rye, choice green 4/9%J good potatoes 4/ to 4/6.: ? .. Oaten Hay: ' McKlbbin, Brewongle passed. . ,
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH Burglary at Wagga. LACK OF POLICE PROTECTION. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (From New Soutli Wales Country Press Association ). ? Burglary at Wagga. LACK OF POLICE PROTECTION. Sydney, Friday. One of the results feared through half of the police forct being transfer red to Broken ! Hill, occurred last night, or rather early this morning when, a daring burglary was commit ted.- ' | i | A drover named Jones was passing along Bayliss-street at 3.30 when he saw two men, 'with: al dim light, bonding 1 over something at the side ot the street. On hearing him the men clear ed o:, and he reported the matter to the police after ascertaining that the ob ject they had been attending to was a safe. It was cut about as if with an axe, and the lock and handle had beon broken off. The front door of Simp son's produce and fruit ^jtolre were- found to be wide open, and an examina tion showed that an entrance had been effected with a skeleton key. The safe weighing about 3cwt. was then taken into a side street, 50 yards away, but tho contents consisting of b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909
PS A* lQ\ -o»tt»autl«iWOI- FE'J SCHN'APFJ In a gl»OB of cold ginger boor or Bod& -router- /the* molt bracing thlrit-quenchin|( tonic drinK lnvantod. WOLFlt'S^SCHNAPPS is kb9olntaly ./pi-r«- k It la onto* ' \ aJbrink, k* A TONIC, .A MEDICINE. I ? ? _ I I.I . ? ? 'After having recovered from rheumatic fever I was bo weak that I thought I would never get strong again. ' tA friend insisted that I should try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After I had taken about half a bottle my appetite got better and I be gan to be quite light-hearted. I was quite well and strong before' I had finished the sixth bottle, but to make sure I took in all ' ! eight bottles. ' R. T. Moore, AYER'S Sarsaparilla makes the blood rich in red corpuscles, thereby imparting to it new life giving power. Begin taking it at once. Day after day you will slowly but steadily feel yourself growing stronger and stronger. As now made, Ayer's Sarsaparilla contains no alcohol. There are many imitation Sarsaparillas that will dis...
Stock Straying. DIFFICULTY OF CONVICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909
Stock Straying. DIFFICULTY OF CONVICTION. Tho cases brought by Inspector Pod more against Michael Lourie and Wil liam I-I. Gartrell, for allowing stoc to stray in the streets were called on again yesterday. The Police Magistrate said the opi nion Ire had expressed a week ago was the same. Mr. Kenny (Mayor), said the Police MiagSstraltei had tasMed Mm' aljout' a Supreme Court decision. He had looked up the matter, and found it was an of fence under Hie Police Act. This was different to 'the new Ordinances under which the defendant .must show that reasonable uncans had been adopted toil prevent tho straying. It was for tiro Bench to determine if reasonable pre caution had! been taken. ? The Police Magistrate : said the prose cutor had stated that the fence was sufficient, for cattle ordinarily! con trollablo. If the fence was delapi dated tlVero would be no excuse. I Mr. Kenny said the Council was anxi ous to Wit the public know, that tlie onus of proof f rested on defendants, but the...
The Perthville Disturbance. ANOTHER CONVICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909
The Perthville Disturbance. i ANOTHER CONVICTION. At tiro Police Court yesterday, Con stable Leiinou proceeded against John Davis, on summons, for behaving in a disorderly manner at Perthville. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Constable Lennon deposed that he was at Perthville with Sub Inspector Anderson; saw accused and three oth er men; asked defendant if his name was John Davis; ho said it was; thej Sub Inspector said, 'You are pne: of those who were fighting, drinking, and using bad language yesterday;' de fendant said, 'I was drinking and fighting, but do not remember using language'; tho Sulj Inspector said there had been great complaints ol} the conduct of people about there; de fendant said the carter Btrucli falm on the nose, and they had a scuffle; the Sub Inspector said he was fight ing near the bridge, and the defendant replied that they did have a scrim mage, but Peers was responsible; the Sub Inspector told liim he would hear more' about it; defendant said that j they, we...
Postal Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909
Postal Matters. I Mr. E. S. Carr, M.P., is in receipt of , the following communication from the Postal Department: — BURRAGA. ' I havo the honor, by direction, to inform you that, in connection with a petition recently received at this of fice from Messrs. Frank Pollard, W. Ry an and other residents of Burraga and j district, N.S.W., for the Burraga Post Office to be closed at 8 p.m. as form ! orly, instead of at G p.m. as at pre j sent, the matter has been inquired into, and as the report submitted indicates that the amount of probable business which would be transacted at the office in question is considered too small to warrant a reversion to the original closing hour of 8 p.m. tho Postmaster General regrets lie is unable to accede tc the request of the petitioners. CHEETHAM FLAT. I -have the honor, to inform you that a communication has been received from Mr. ,T. E. Morton, Hon. Sec. Cheet ham's Flat Progress Association, Rydal, requesting that before any alteration is made in r...
Interstate Cricket. VICTORIA'S PLUCKY FIGHT. BEATEN BY 6 WICKETS. NOBLE BATS WELL. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909
Interstate Cricket. - VICTORIA'S PLUCKY FIGHT . ; BEATEN BY 6 WICKETS . NOBLE BATS WELL. Sydney, Friday. The Interstate ' cricket match be tween New South Wales and Victoria was concluded to-day. At tho commencement the weather was dull, and before luncheon light rain fell but that did not affect play. Hazlitt and Vernon resumed to the bowling of Barnes and Cotter. Hazlitt scored a single and then Cotter found Vernon's wicket before he had added to his score. S for 447. Carkeek was nest', and 450 was hoisted after 6 hours 39 minutes. Hazlitt reached 52 in 62 min utes, but with' the addition of four do his score 'he was beautifully caught at point by Noble off CoKer. Ho was batting 6S minutes, and h'it nine tour ers. Saunders, the last man. caused some amusement. Cotter was the bowl e.- and instead of sending down a fast one as usual he tossed a very slow ball, which hopped along and nearly bowled Saunders. Tha crowd was highly aniused, and the merriment broke forth again when Cotter...