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A VERY TASTY BOILED PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

A VERY TASTY BOILED PUDDING.' Line a well greased basin with! good( snet crust. Fill it with alternate lay ers of pork cut in small pieces, and, ?pork : sausage , meat; allow double the weight of pork to that of sausage meat. ?Add pepper, salt, and a finely minced onion, also, -half a dozen sage leaves, shred', finely with the meat, and a few: spoonfuls of gravy or water. Put on the cover, fasten the edges securely, Tie the pudding in a floured cloth; plunge it into boiling water, and keep it boiling for two and a half hours.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTIONEERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

| ELECTIONEERING. An Illinois politician, who' once de livered what seemed to him a strik ing speech on the trust, question, was most anxious to ascertain its effect upon the democratic ;part of his au j dience, these for the most part being. I Irish'. r 'Was the speech good, Pat?' asked I the politician. ' f 'It was, yer honour,' averred rai, in a tone of such sincere admiratlou tliat the politician, felt moved to inves tigate further. ' 'Was there any part of it more than another that seemed to hold you?' the speaker ( aslce'd. . ; - f : 'Well, now that ye ask me, I'll tell ye. What took me most, - sir, was yer perseverance — the way ye wint orer' the same thing agin and agin.' ..

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NEW NAME FOR A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

NEW NAME FOR A HORSE. A Licestershire squire had a valiw able and handsome horse, which foe christened Ajax. Recently he came across an excellent match for it, and purchased it promptly, and then thq! question arose as to its name. 'Therq was some delay in finding a satisfac tory one, but, on going to the stable' a few days later, tho squire found liis groom had solve'd tho difficulty. Over, the stall of the old favourite was print ed 'Ajax,' and. over that of the- new comer (thb groom |i-ad ohalkted )? inl large letters, 'Bjax.' ! ..' It is not good for man to live alone— unless, ho wants to save money..

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

HERE AND THERE. I For some time past the Congrega tionalists at L'atchington, 'Essex, havo been holding services in a disused pub lic-house. A chapel is now to bo built. The Rev. Francis Harrison, who. lias just resigned the living of North Wrax all, Wiltshire, lias not been absent from the parish oil a slncln Siinrlnv sinno July, IS 67. , Aged 10-1, Mrs. Mary, CTDorineJl, of Crumore, near Mountcharles, .County Donegal, has challenged any young ?wo- man in the district to a stockingknit ting competition. Addressing the plaintiff at BristoJ County Court 'recently, Judge Austin said.it was outrageous and wicked to ask him to. send to a debtor's prison a man seventy-eight years of age. The largest number of passengers— —1,504 — ever, brought from Canada . to Great .Britain; in; one vessel, arrived at Liverpool recently by the, Canadian Pa cific liner Empress of Ireland. A new, sect lias been established in Worksop under the title of 'The Watch Tower. Society.', Tho members believe j th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

Leading Poinl| ^VaZ';o^'cst SklmnUn„ EaTestk 0ne°!^ma,1s'1''P ^ Expert 'of ^Da»S^, Greatest Du Freedom fro, ?, vBro5.^ ^ability AN D E RSOtJ^- ' - Gallons. 220 CLARENCE. 5'.,^ , \ Witt ? ? ? — ? ? ? ? -V\. Boilermakers, Dairy and Refrigerating Engineers, 342, 344, 346 SUSSEX-ST., SYDNEY. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE— 'ALFA-LAVAL' Cream Separators. Nearly ONE MILLION 'ALFA-LAVAL' Cream Separators in use. Hand Machine*. Steam Turbine Machine*. Belt Power Machines, 13 and 22 gullons per hour ... ... 65 gallons per hour _ _ 160 gallon? per hour. 33 unci 44 ditto. „ „ 110 ditto. „ . _ 300 ditto. 65 ditto. _ .. 160 ditto. _ .. 140 ditto, I 88 ditto. . _ .. 300 ditto. — _ 130 ditto. _ ..440 ditto. - - Lawrence«Kennedy=Gillies Milking Machines. Over 2500 of those Milking Machines are at work in tho Commonwealth and Now Zealand. ' ; - ? ? ^SS I pIT8^ 130-Gallon. Alfa-Lrwal Cream Separator Mi mtW | L. K. G. j Milking Machine. |Pl§%Pi v\L%i J Vertical Cross Tube Boiler* IRRIGATING PLANTS A SPECIALITY. ...

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Mother's Alleged Atrocities. CHILDREN'S TERRIBLE INJURIES "A MASS OF SCABS." Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

Mother's Alleged Atrocities. PIIILDKBNS' TERRIBLE injuries « a MASS OF SCARS.' 1 i Sydney, Friday. Adeline Frances Leonard, 48, widow,, flOTearcd at the Ashfleld Police Court to day to answer flvo charges prefer red against her, two for cruelty to lies tw0 children, aged respectively. 4 and 3 ears, '.wo for neglect of same, and ona nrnvidiiiK false information to tlio I RL,gistrar of Births, Deaths, and Mar Viagra, with regard to the birth of ona I child. 1 ' The arrest of the accused, who id slated to be possessed of considerable means, was accomplished under some« r-liat dramatic circumstances. The fe male child had been taken to the 'West- ern Suburbs Cottage Hospital for treat nieut, and the boy to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Accused visited the former institution for the purpose oE seeing the girl and '.lie police then stepped forward aud arrested her. Senior Constable 'William Robertson^ eaid he arrested her, and in her. pres ence asfc'e'd the child, 'What caused the cut...

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WOMAN'S GALLANTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

WOMAN'S GALEAjNTRY. For tho first time on record, a woman is to receive Lloyd's metlai for saving lifo at sea. Miss Kate Gibtnour, upon whom the committee of Lloyd's have decided to confer tho signal honour of a silver modal, was stewardess of the s.s. Sardinia, which was (J.etstroye'd by fire off Malta on November; 25. Miss Gilmour would not toe persuaded to enter a boat until all tlie women and children had been rescued., She remain ed on board urging and encouraging the panic stricken Arabs tc- avail them selves of the only means} of escape, and her coolness and couragot -contributed to tho saving of many Hve«i. , _ « It is stated that the Ear.M of Warwick will accompany President :,Roosevelt on his African hunting expeditions.

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

MISCELLANEOUS. Mrs. Heupeclc: Do you remember when and where we first met? Heupeclc: Yes. It was on . Friday, the thirteenth day of the molith: It was at a dinner party, and. there were thir teen at- the table., „ jyfr- Newlywed: I haven't seen any thing yet of your father's £1000 cheque ho promised us. Mrs. Newlywed: Well, when he saw the one your father gave us, he 'said ho know wo didn't want any 'duplicate presents. Mrs. Newrlch. (who lias advertised for a piauist) : So you are the music teach er that answered my advertisement? 'Yes, ma'am.' 'Well, sit down there and play a cou ple of duets, so that I can see what you can do.' The other morning a milkman, with his ever-ready remark on tho weather, knocked at the door of one of his most tired customers. 'Good morning, ma'am, looks like rain tliis morning, ma'am,' said be, as he poured tho milk into the jug. 'So it does,' replied the 'housewife, 'haven't you any that looks more likei milk?' ); ; j j Tho artist was of the impressio...

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S. BARNABAS'. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

S. BARNABAS'. 7.30 a.m.— Holy Communion. 11 a.m.— Matins; preaohor, Ven.':Art;iu.'acon Ottkos. 7.30 p'm. — Evensong.

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Rich Gold Find near Nundle. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

Rich Gold Find near Nundle. Sydney, Friday. It is reported that Harry tmyek, a fossicker, has struck a rich reef of gold near Nundle.

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Church Services. SUNDAY, JANUARY 31. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF KELSO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

Church Services. SUNDAY, JANUARY 31. OHUROH OF ENGLAND. I 1 1 , ?_ ? ? | PARISH OF KELSO. I Holy Trinity— 7.30 a.m., 11 a.m., 3 p.m. I Peel— 7.30 p.m. 1 I

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Tho Congregational Church services will T)o conducted at 11 a.m. and 7,30 p.m., by Rev. L. H. W. Purnell.

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BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

BAPTIST CHURCH. Bathurst — £1 a.m., and 7.30 p.m., Rov. H. D Archer. Banian— S p.m , Rev. H. D. Archer. Eglintou— No service. Perthville— 7.30 p.m., Mr. Ivan Scott.

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

METHODIST OHUROH. William-st.— 11 a.m., Re*. J. Hulme. „ 7:30 p.m., Rev. H. Wheen. South Bathurst — 11 a.m., Rov. H. Wheon. „ ,, 7-30 p.m., Rev. J.- Hulme. i 'White Rock— 3 p.m., Rev. H. Wheen. ., ,, 7.30 p.m., Mr. Gilsenan. ! Perthville - 3 p.m., Rev. J. Hulme. SJunkeld — 3 p.m., Supply. Wsttle Plat— 3 p.m und 7.30 p.m., Mission Band.

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S. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

S. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Bathurst — 11 n.m and 7.30 p.m., Rev. A. Olark. Eglinton— 3 p.m., Rev. A. Olark.

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THE EARTH'S AXIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

/ THE EARTH'S AXIS. Commander Peary, the famous Arc tic explorer, never starts on oife of liis 'exploring expeditions without receiv ing all sorts of packages i'tom cranks —patent underwear, tea -.tablets, medi cated boots,; and what not. A] (few days before the start of his last trip a club acquaintance wired him to ex pect an important package by express. The package ? came. It was labelled:' 'To, be opened at the farthest point north.' ? Peary opened it' at once, how-, ever. It was a small keg, inscribed: '?Axle grease for the North Pole.'

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NEW DREADNOUGHT COMMISSIONED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

NEW DREADNOUGHT COMMIS SIONED. The Nore Division of tlie Home Fleet, to which all the newest war ships are being added, has been fur ther strengthened/ by the commission ing at Chatham Dockyard of the new armoured ? .cruiser inflexible, which has been built at a cost of £L, 600, 000 by Messrs/ John Browne aud Co., of Glasgow.

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WIRELESS TELEPHONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

. WIRELESS TELEPHONY. Very satisfactory results have attend ed the wireless telephony tests which have be!2n taking place during the past few days on board British warships at Portsmouth. Tlie Do Forest instruments were in stalled in the' Furious, a small cruiser used for experimental work; and satis factory conversations have been- earned on by tho system with the Vernon, tor pedo school ship over distances of be tween 20 and 30 miles. It is stated that on some /occasions the messages were so clear that the voice of the person icould -be MeftiognS^cd. A statement issued by tlie Premier Diamond Mine Company, says a Reuter Johannesburg telegram, shows that in. round figures tlie-value of diamonds pro duced for the year ending October 31 was £1,536,000. The stock on hand at the end oE- last year was worth £164,000 making a itdltal of £1,700,000. The sales during the -year amounted to £1, | 104,000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

EASTER, m 1009. TOWN HALL, SYDNEY. Under the distinguished patronagcof Their Excel lencies Karl Dudley (Governor-General of ? Australia), and Countess Dudley. th« Govcr ?? nors of New South Wales. Victoria, Queens land, South Australia. Western AtutfaliR, ? and Tasmania. GRAND COMMONWEALTH EISTEDDFOD AND FIRST ANNUAL Australian Championship Competitions, to bo held on 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, lOth, 12tli, and 13th APRIL, 1909. Prize Money £ 1 000 P'ze Money Grand Champion Choral Contest. First Prize, £100 and tho Paling Sterling Silver Cup, and Gold Medal for Conductor. Second Prize, £30. Third Prize, £io. Second Choral Contest. PRIZES, £55 and Gold Modal for Conductor. Championship Events for Malo and Fcinalo Choruses, Juvonilo Choruses, Sopranos, Tonors, Contraltos, Baritones, Bassos, Pianists, Violinists, Cornetists, and other Instrumentalists. Oratory, Elocution, Dialoguos, Dancing, Calisthenics, eto., oto., ofco. eHEHJ? RHIL.WHY PASES . will be in force at the time of and for a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 30 January 1909

For Children's Heads, Mothers, Plossine for tho Hair lias tho advantage of not only. boin£» porfectly harms less, but prevonts dandruff, and reuders the scalp lionlthy and tho liair poft liko silk. It elf eotually destroys hits and othor parasites, thereby keoniriR froe from those posts tlio heads of children who aro going to school. Stocked by all chemists and storekeepers, Sydney agent: Brothwood, Chemist, 82 King-street,*

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