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ORGAN RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909
OUUAN RECITAL. ' As announced, Mr, O. A. Jarman Will: give jin organ recital in All Saints' Cathedral 011 Wednesday next. An attractive programme has heen pro vided, Mr. Jarman's numbers includ ing ''Military March,' ISchubert), 'Meditation,' a composition of his I own; 'Tocatta la G' (Dubois); 'Uho- I rua of^Augels' .(ijegtson OlarK)i anxi the 'Hallelujah Chorus'' ( (Haooei). He will be assisted by MIsbbs Mul lumpy and Dawson (vocalists) and tho Cathedral choir. : ! ' )
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909
WHY v S ANDER'S:' SONS' PURE VOL ATI LB EUCALYPTI ;'EXTUAOT superior to any ojho.r eutfiilyptus product ? Because it is the result of full experience and of a special and careful process of manufacture, and the danger attondiiig'tlio use of the; irresponsible preparations ., whiehy are; now palmed off an 'Extracts ' are ayoided. . ' A death was recently reported from the use of one of these corieo'ctions, and at an action' at law, a sworn witness testified r that,, he auifered the mosi cruel, irrit atioii riroiji . tlio. .application to an ulcer of another, ' wbicli was sold as ' just at good, as .SASDER'S.EXTRAOT.' There fore, beware of such deception. Rememberr that'in medicine a. drop that cures is botlet than a tablespooiiful that kills, and insist upon the 'preparation 'which was proved by experts at the .Supreme Court oE Victoria and by numerous autiiorities . during the last 6b years to be d 'product of genuine merit, viz., THIS GENUINE SANDER AND SONS' PURE' v , VOLATILE ' E...
CLAY'S WAXWORKS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909
CLAY'S WAXWORKS AND CO. This combination open at the School of Arts on Tuesday, 0th February^ for a short- season. Clay's waxworks has become -historic in the land as one of the most popular entertainments at the people's prices, 6d and Is, and commands attention wherever it goeal and we understand the' company wllj be as 'attractive as ever, as fourteen of the ' best Metropolitan variety^ enter; tamers will appear, and are' as follow; Mr. Erne Delevale,: (descriptive vo calist), Mr. Will Gilbert (the loose legged comedian), Mr. Tom Leonard (comedian and speciality';artist), Mr. Ted Tutty (eccentric comedian), Mr, Wallv Edwards ! t.ho noDnlar baritone). Mr. Will Wynand (comic vocalist); Smith Sisters (dancers and duettists), Miss Essie Jennlnga (soprano vocal y ist), Miss Lily yockler (serio and soubrette), Miss Lulu Eugene '(dan cer and soubrette).' Mr. John I-Iaidiman will officiate at the' piano. New illus trated 'songs foave been procured, and the very latest moving pictures wil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909
PERFECT DIGESTION MEANS rJJJJtt FECT HEALTH. A good stomach keeps every part o£ the body in perfect condition, and Disease cannot break iu. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are a natural rem edy for all disorders and weaknesses of the stomach. They possess exactly the same properties as the gastric jui ces and other digestive fluids of the stomach. They actually do the diges tive work of the stomach, and enable that organ to rest, recuperate, and become sound and healthy. They act in a mild, natural manner, and cause no disturbance in the cj^estive |o r1- gans. They prevent any fermentation of the food, which causes sour stom ach. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules instil health Into every part of the human body. Tliey compel perfect di gestion of the food and perfect as similation cf the food nutriment. Every organ of the body is kept in repair, and good health ?mecessariily results. At the same time the stomach, being relieved of its work, gets well and strong. Obtainable at Mockler B...
A STREET "MILL." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909
A STREET 'MILL.' ' Some of tho residents in the vici nity of George and HowicK-streets were, we are informed, treated to ra ther a degrading exhibition yesterday afternoon. On the roadway immedi ately outside the Clot) House Hotel, a woman was noticed talking in an excited manner to a man. Alter aj time she 'closed' on 'her companion, I ?and struck him violently, finishing up by throwing at him a parcel containing boots ehe had in her, hand. Her mm was true, and the man caught the full force of : the blow. The man said nothing, but tried to pacify the woman and control lier actions, but in this he was not successful. ? She' followed up her assault by upra'iding the man for neglecting her and 'allowing her tq live without a home, while he spent his money in the public houses. She asked the fellow if it was the way to treat a wife. In reply he said she was 110 wife of his. This aroused afresh the' demon in the woman, and she renewed her attack With such effect that the man cleared off...
A MISSING SULKY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909
A MISSING SULKY. A few nights ago- a sulky was re moved from the yard of the gas works Hotel, and, as no traces could be found across ' the l'ootpatli or through the gateway, it was thougtit that .the thieves had carried the ve hicle into the road. The police were communicated with, and subsequently the sulky was found- in thd -yard ol' another hotel. . The police have a good idea who the thief was, and an imme diate arrest -is probable. ,
INDECENT LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909
INDECENT LANGUAGE..: .. : At the' : Police Court1 yesterday, Tho mas Power was charged with using indecent language 111 Kendall Avenue. Constable Leiiuou deposed that while, making 'inquiries on ' Saturday night, ho had a conversation .with accused, whom he accompanied to the Denlson Bridge'. On the road accused _ used the language complained . of to ' two young women. The Police Magistrate inflicted a fine of 40s, in , default a month's 'imprisonment. ? ' I
RESULT OF A BET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909
' RESULT OF A BET. At tJhe close of the day's racing last week, and after the crowd had left the course, aud while some bookmak ers and jockeys were in :he paddock, Charles Henry . Byatt accosted a book maker, with whom he had had a bet. A dispute arose, and Byatt used lan guage which was heard by Constable Lenuon. The' ? Constable subsequent ly issued a summons, which was neaia yesterday at the Police Court.' Mr. Welgall, for the defendant, pleaded guilty, aud urged for leniency i.on the ground of of his . client's good charac ter. The Police Magistrate said as this was his iirst offence would I only Inflict a penalty of 20s, with costs.
"A CONGLOMERATION OF LIBS." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909
'A CONGLOMERATION OF LIES.' This was the term applied, by de fendant Martin in the Licensing case yesterday to the evidence given by the police. When lie -heard the verdict, I11: politely, r«Be and said, '1 am sat isfied with your decision, your !Wor 1 ship, but I am not satisfied with that conglomeration ot lies told by the po lice.' ???'?? S)ub Inspector Anderson! in- | diKiiantl^a resented any personal re marks. Tho Police Magistrate quickly; .'ordered Martin to resume hisj seat. lie would . not allow him to speak Jin that,, way. Martin sat down anil5 -iu lid 'his- fine, contenting himself with. - -au indistinct muttering. -1 N
FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909
' ' .EAT..STOCK SALES. K -J ' -At the ? Corporations Yards yesterday, 54 head -vof cattle were yarded, -,-aod realised as follows':^ J ,, ,. '? -' ' ? Medium* b'ullocl?s, '£7' to £7 14s ; light weight, good ' quality, £5 2s to ';£6 17s. ' ^ ' Sheep. — ^Fat slieep, Ss'to 8s 8d. Fat lambs;1 ss-8d tc' 6s 6d. . J ?????rt'JBest beef 26s per-'ioolbs;---' ' j
Bathurst District Hospital. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909
Bathurst District Hospital. COMMITTEE MEETING. Those present at the monthly meet ing of the committee yesterday wn.v: ^li- J. Rutherford, p-esirlent iir 'lie cl/air, Rov. A. Clark, Messrs. Graharo, ?H. S. Wark, J. j. Sullivan, A. B. James,, E. Tremain, E.' P; FreCi;o'i?, R- G. Edgoll, J. Simmons and G. S. Smith.. Apologies .wore received fro, m Messrs. C. I-I. SUuiger, C.'L. Kendall, and — . Wei gall. I ? Reports . ' . . ' 1 Matron . The Matron acknowedged the receipt of girts of papers from the W.C.T.U. I and Mrs.. J. p. Smith. The wards have been thoroughly fumigated and walls washed down as usual for the half year. ' V . ' I Dispenser. The Dispenser reported that on Ja nuary 1st, 22 patients were in the hos pital; during the month 32, were ad-, mitted, 24 were discharged and there were Ave deaths, Mary Ann:' Coolahan 54, Edward Joseph Golsby 20, John Francis Campbell 44, Mary Byrnes 80. Leaving . still under -treatment ? 25 patients. Secretary. The secretary reported' donations t...
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney,' Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909
- SYDNEY PRODUCE ;SALES. Svdney,' Monday. Sixty trucks of- produce were ;offered at_ the Central Railway.' Auction Sales to-day. ' . ? Choice chaff 5s- to* 5s sd,l primel 4s 3d to 4s 8d, good t '3s 9d to 4s. Choice small bales 'of'lucerne hay 5s to 5s 3d, prime ? large --ss yii to 4s 3d. Prime ? chickwheat 3s. 3d,' good 3s 3^d. Dernck pressed straw, 3s. Prime potatoes 4s 2d to 4s 8'd. Water melons is 3d to 2s 3d. Pumpkins, 3s id. Oaten hay : Burns, Wambool,, passed.
Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909
Commercial. SrS^5X-S'iRE!5T I'RIOES. - Sydney, Monday. AVlieat, N'W Sontli' Wales i milling, 3s lOd to 3s ll'd ;? Homo sellers ualtcd 3s : Ud to 4s j new, Mnnj oba, N.S.W; grown, -is 4d to 4s 5d : 'ohiok\#liont, small lots, 3s 3d to 4s. . 1 Flour. Sydney -roller, ' -£9 us ; .country I makes, £-).?? -,. i Mill oifttl, brnu and pollard, N.S.W., £0 per tou. : - . .. . ? J?rnn, £5 ? 1 / 1'oUnrd. #G. ?? : .ru -.? . , ? 1 Mar/.o, Victorian, 4s Sd.to 4s 9d ; Qtipena lind, 4s Gd to 4h 7d ; local grades, 4a to 4s 7d ; South African, 4s- 9d ; islnndsj 4s 9d. Barleyj Uapo, seed; 3s, 3d to 3s -Id; feed, 3s to 3s 2d. ? . .. . Oats, Tas'manian, white'. feed, 2s 9d ; Al gerimi; clean, seed; 4s'4d to 4s Gd ; weevily, 4s; Victorian, -4 B,9d ta,5s;.;r, - i:, Cbaft : South; Anstrairan,- , prime,:. £i 15s ; 1 -Victorian; £4 'to' £4 5s ; Adelaide, wheatou, I £4 10s to £4 16s ; Melbourne,. oaten,- £3 15s to 1 £4. , . . - ' Oaten hay, Victorian, £4 15?. to JCS. ;, Straw,'' Tasmoiniail derrick,' £3 10s ; N...
Rioting in Persia. London Jan. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909
Rioting in Persia. London Jan. 30. During a riot among the populace of Bushire, the principal Persion entrepot on the Persian Gulf, the Governor of the town and his two sons were killed. Owing to revolts among his people, the Shalf despatched a repressive expedition, commanded by three generals, to the provinces of Osalem and Karganerud, but tlie inhabitants' completely ? routed the troops, and the three generals fled, abandoning their -men.