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LATER DETAILS. FORTY MISSING. Adelaide, Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909

LATER DETAILS; ' ] ' , : FORTY. . MISSING. ' 'Adelaide, Monday afternoon.' Later details of the loss o£ the Clau Ranald shjow '.that1. 24 persons, ; and{ not IS, as previously reported, were saved. ,Thie. number; stjill .missing'' is 40. . . r : ?????? ? | The white men saved aroV Chref Officer Rowe, Second Engineer Thomas Fordyce, Third Mate T. Wilson, and; Carpenter William Shaw. Tlie . re mainder of those rescued are ' twenty Lascars. 1 1 Mr. Fordyce, interviewed, sa'id that the vessel suddenly dived and became unmanageable. All. the men in the engine room were enabled to reach the deck. The list occurred noon on Sun day, and ten . hours afterwards the steamer turned turtle. She had then ?been' . absolutely helpless for ! four hours. Two of the boats were' car ried overboard by the seas, and it was found impossible to launch two of tEe others. . . f :

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Terrible Shipping Disaster. OFF SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COAST. STEAMER FOUNDERS IN A GALE. WITHIN SIGHT OF LAND. FORTY-SIX DROWNED. Adelaide, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909

Tumble ShippiM Disaster OFF SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COAST. , STEAMER FOUNDERS IN. 'A GALE. .WITHIN SIGHT OP LAND'. ; , 1 FORTY-SIX DROWNED, . ' :f ' ? Adelaide, Monday. , ,A terrible shipping disaster], 1 oc- 1 curred last night, when the steamer' Clan Ranald, of 3500 tons, outward/ bound, foundered in the Gulf of St\ yincent, ncaF Cape Troubridge, on tlrbj South Australian coast. ? Out ' of af crew of 64 only 18 were saved. The remaining 40, including '/the captain Of tlie ill-fated vessel, Went down witli ^Tti1 i Eleven bodies have been washed ashore. -.t . , , The Clan Ranlad La'd 31,000 hags of I Wheat, valued at £20,000, 011 board. I The wheat was shipped by Jolin Darling Darling and Company and' Cave and Cave and Company. - i i 'At a (bout 10 o'clock last night the HaiOiOur;,' 'Master at; E&itbsburgli tele graphed to the life saving brigade, that a b'ig vessel flying lief llags ;at half mast was driving ashore 011 Trou bridge Hill 'under ? the' inuflence of a strong south-eas...

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The Barrier Quiet. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909

The Barrier Quiet. : , Sydney, Monday. Mr. Wood, Chief Secretary, had but little information to impart to-day, re specting the position at Broken Hill. What news there was, however, was re assuring. The Minister said ; ' I have here a telegram in which I dm informed that everything is quiet at the Barrier at present,'

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Sensational Double Tragedy. JEALOUS HUSBAND'S BASHNESS. Adelaide, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909

Sensational Double Tragedy. JEALOUS HUSBAND'S RASHNESS. Adelaide, Monday. A sensational double tragedy, the mo tive of which is believed to have ben jealousy, was/reported in Adelaide this morning. , - 1 . ? A man named Wilhelm Hoffspattcr, a German, : aged. 30, shot and seriously injured his wife, after which he shot him self dead.' ^ The wife, who had been 011 a visit to the City, had accepted the escort: of two young^men along the lonely road- to her home. I-ler husband, coming 'to- meet her, came upon her in the - company; of the young men, and in-a fit of fury dretv his revolver and fired one shot/ at her, and another at one ot the young 'men. He then turned the weapon on himself and shot himself dead. - Mrs. Hoffspatter was removed' to the Hospital, and later the doctors ampu ated one of the fihgers of her .left .hand. The bullet was successfully extracted from the bone of her skull, but one of the unfortunate woman's arms is.pata lysed, and the doctor's regard this as a serio...

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Melba's Australian Tour. London, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909

! Melba's- Australian Tour. London, February x. Madame Melba has left. Naples. She said she was looking ; forward to her Australian taur. King Edward and Queen Alexandra sent messages of farewell. Their majes ties expressed regret that: Madame Melba would be absent from Covent Garden in 1909, and added good wishes for her Australian tour. The Prince of Wales sent a similar message.

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CABLE NEWS. Roosevelt and the Senate. WHIPPED WITH THEIR OWN ROD. London, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909

CABLE NEWS. Roosevelt and the Senate. ^ WITH THEIR OWN ROD. London, February i. The United States Senate on Decem . g ]ast) at the instance of Senator fulverson, resolved' to instruct the hidiciary Committee to report whether President- Roosevelt was authorised to rerm|t the absorption of the Tennessee Coal and Iron Company by the,- Steel ^President Roosevelt-.has now' placed ,|ie Committee in a quandary. The Senate originally, when, the,; Bureau of , Corporations was . createa,- : aecimed Roosevelt's strong recommendation , to empower the Bureafl tp-compel corpora-, lions to furnish information fpr publica tion concerning their operations, and merely enacted that the. information: might be gathered under .the pledge of confidence when the corpoiations were willing to supply it. . President Roosevelt hasnow, obtained from the bureau all-the^data which the Steel and Iron Company furnished, and has locked the documents in a safe at the White House. He remarks that the Government has n...

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RUSSIAN POLICE REVELATIONS. London, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909

RUSSIAN POLICE REVELATIONS., London, February 1; L'opukhin, formerly chief ot! the Rus sjlsui defective jforce,- -and . -a- MJcinibjeil ot one of the oldest and most distin-) guished -Russian families, lias !.? been arrested at St. Petersburg, in connec tion wuli M. Azefl's revelations. It is alleged that LopuKlrin received a delegation from tlie Russian Revolu-' tlonary Committee in Paris, and .that Die gave them informatiton. regarding, Azeff, avIio was then a chief of police:] Lopukhin is also accused of appoint-' jug M. Bakal as Director of: Police at Warsaw, Poland, (Balcal afterwards ap pointing revolutionaries), ? an'd with revealing police secrets. Seventeen others were arrested witlr L'opulthiii.; There is great excitement at St, Pe tersburg. .' . .. ; '

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Bulgaria and Turkey. A STRAINED SITUATION. London, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909

Bulgaria and Turkey. . A STRAINED SITUATION'. ' 1 London. February 1. 1 Austria has given its adherence to Russia's proposed joint friendly repre senlations to Turkey and Bulgaria. The Grand Vizier of Turkey has sent a sharp note to the Bulgarian Goveru Iment, asking defiutely whether Bulgaria | intends to resume negotiations. Turkish] 'military experts advise the ratification of the frontier (i.e., the handing over of certain Bulgarian territory) around [ Adriaoople, as being necessary to the efficient defence of Adriauople.

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Washaway at Wellington. MAILS TRANSHIPPED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909

Washaway at Wellington. MAILS TRANSHIPPED. A serious washaway occurred yester day at about three miles on the western side of Wellington. No details were available, but apparently the damage to the permanent way was extensive. On the arrival of the mail train the portion of the line affected was still impassable, aud it was found necessary to tranship the mails in order to minimise delay. Repair gangs wete sent from Orange and other western stations. 3 ? ? ===== I Forty trucks were required on Satur I W to take Broken Hill men to Tom I jManu's meeting at Cockburn.

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GENERAL CABLES. London, Feb. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909

GENERAL CABLES. ' j London, Feb. 1. Au earthquake, caused 11 land-slide between Ceuta and Tetuan, Morocco. One hundred persons were killed and injured. ? ? . Advices from Rome state that the 1 Subscriptions to the various earth quake funds total £;3, 200,000. . King Edward has decorated Quuen Elena,, of Italy, with tlio insignia of, the Red Cross, in recognition of her Work at Messina. Demonstrations by women against the Women's Franchise Movement are being held in various parts of the United Kingdom. Mr. J. C. Watson, M. P., had a great reception at Johannesburg. In the course of an address he emphasised the strength of trade unionism in Australia, I and claimed that the Australian Labour | 1 Party's legislation had proved a success. ! | He recommended South African La I bourites to pursue a policy of tolerance f in dealing with South African problems. | The Rugby Union Committee has | resolved that the payment of 3s per day I to members of the Australian and New i Zealand teams, t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909

BIRTH. MAXWELL— On January 29th, at 35 Piper- street, the wife of Mr. W. H. Maxwell, of Nevertire, a daughter. ^Elte gatlrarst JUps. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1909.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

' LUMBAGO. , That stabbing pain in the small of tlio' back, which accompanies every move ment of the body, has its cure in Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George-street, Bath urst; E. Morgan, Burraga.* I For falling to cut beer 'duty stamps, a number of country hotelkeepers have been fined sums varying from 15s

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Oberon Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

Oberon Shire Council. (From oiir Correspondent). The usual fortnightly meeting of tho Oberon Shire' Council was held at Olb eron on Saturday last. The President Councillor. T. C. Brennau, occupied ttio chair, and there were present;' Coum cillors Kelly, Richards, Robinson, (j 1 P. Todd and L. Todd. The Clerk reported that since ]a3t month, the receipts had totniinri ^ 9s, and that the actual credit balance of the general fund account at date was £976 18s 5d. The report of the Overseer of Works which made reference to the damaga 1 done by recent storms on the O'Con. 1 uell-BeacOnsfield road, was referred the Works Committee for considera-i tion.: The Department of Public Works wrote, informing the Council that tha powers of section 109, part 23, o£ the Local Government Act had been cou ferred on this Council. The power referred to the regulation aud control Of theatres, dancing saloons, building^ used for public assemblies and places* of pubile amusement and public resort -A. C. Wood...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

A MODERN REMEDY. I ^ Science has achieved' a triumph in Dr. Sheldon s New Discovery for Coughs, i-oms, and Consumption. ' Absolutely guaranteed. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George-street, Bathurst: E. Mor gan,

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Correspondence. THE TRUE RAINFALL. (To the Editor of the "Argus.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

Correspondence. ! ' THE TRUE RAINFALL., 'J (TO the Editor of the 'Argus.') ' ' Sir,— -We are told only; SO points r,f| rain fell in Bathurst on Sunday and many keen observers think the' fall must) have been greater. My object in writing is to draw attention to tl-e position of the official rain gua^so, which I venture, to suggest is very| badly placed and most probably givesi a misleading record of tho trim r.iinmn. It is -hemmed in on the' south byi tlirf 1 telegraphic office building, on tlie wesij 1 and north by trees and shruba and tho ! only fair play it would appear to get ia on the east side and even that is no^ clear from obstruction. ' I am surprise ed that amid such surroundings th(# Government can regard this as an 'offi- cial' record in tlie true sens* of the termfl From my own psi'aoiial know - ledge in the Old Country, tho Meteoro logical Society will recognise no re cord as official unless the raiu guagei is so situated as to.be GO feet distant in every, direction fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

A MODERN REMEDY. That dreadful word 'consumption' need never be feared if Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery is taken in time. Thou sands speak of it in the highest praise. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George street, Bathurst; E. Morgan, Burraga.*

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Musical and Literary Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

Musical and Literary Association. ANNUAL MEETING. J The annual meeting of the Musical aud Literary Association was held on Monday night. Mr. H. P. Craig, Pre sident, occupied the chair. ; Annual Report. Mr. A. Gartrell, secretary, read .the following:— ; 'In presenting the annual report for' the year your committee regret that the financial results are not so cr.1,4, liv- ing as those that attended : last year's efforts, although from a musical and literary aspect the competitions held last November were quite equal to ?those of any previous year. Without :wishlng- rto foreshadow the treasurer's1 reporC, we' would point out that the lack oi a respectable cash balance 011 tho year's operations was due to cir cumstances over which the Association had no control. In previous years one of our most attractive and best paying session has been that in which the school choirs have been engaged. This year, unfortunately, these items had to bo postponed and a considerable falling off in our t...

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Local and General. "OUR LANDED GENTRY." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

Local and General. 'OUR LANDED GENTRY.' Thus the 'National Advocate' of Saturday last refers to the section of' the community to whom the paper owes ito existence. 'Our squatters are. curious witnesses of 'past worth' and of . 'historic . traditions.' The majority of our land monopolists have made no honorable, no famous name'. ? uiKen no part in the mak ing of the country.' What mus the. the feelings of those men, who are 'thus maligned, when they remember under what an obligation this* paper rests. It would seem as though one, at least, of our 'landed gentry' has fostered a serpent in his breast, and if has turned and stung KTm. Thd 'Advocate' never ceases to attack and vilify those men who have done bo much to make the city what it is 'at present. : ' 1

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The Australian Eleven. THEM OUT. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

The Australian Eleven. PICKING THEM OUT. Sydney, Tuesday. The selectors, Messrs. Iredale, Mc Alister, and Clem Hill, sat this after noon to consider the matter of picking the Australian team for England, and those to represent Australia v. The Rest of Australia on Friday next. After the meeting the following names were received by the press : — iPprfninfipQ fnr TCrifrlonrl ? Trumper, Ransford, O'Connor, Cotter, Carter, Macartney, and Armstrong. To make up Friday's Australian Eleven : Gregory, McAlister, and Car keek. Rest of Australia : Bardsley, Hopkins, Gorry, Hazlitt, Saunders, Parker, Simp son, Mayne, Gehrs, Barnes, and Laver. it is understood that Bardsley is a certainty for England, and that he has consented to stand out of the Australian Eleven on Friday to give Carkeek a chance to deal with Cotter's express bowling. CLEM HILL'S EXCLUSION. Sydney, Tuesday. Clem Hill, the famous South Aus tralian batsman, was asked on his arrival in Sydney this morning, why he had decided not ...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

; THE WEATHER. During the 24' hours ended 9 a.m. yesterday, rain fell at the following stations: Bathurst 41 points, Rockley 21, Trunkcy 25, Coonamblo 48, Cowra 20, Dubbo 13, Parlces 16, Mudgee 118. Sydney 87, Wellington 29 and Walgetti 10. - The 'latest official forecast ad vises unsettled conditions on the coast and parts of the' highlands, with rain, ?and fine and pleasant Inland.

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