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Sydney Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909
? ' ' 'as Sydney Wool Sales. Harrison, Jones and Devlin, Limited, , '] submitted on Monday a catalogue o£ tl 3531 bales mostly in tie grease; tho so- 11 lection including a fair proportion 0j £§ high-class wools from New iinglana 11 Goulbufn and Monaro district. A largo at' [If tendance of buyers competed keenly, for m all well prepared wools and values fro.* MB in many instancs a farthing to a half, gi penny better than at the closing sales H of last year. Faulty, tender, and bum- El lots were as usual more difficult to deal m with and prices offering' continue to uq || somewhat irregular, but we succeeded iu || clearing every lot in the catalogue. At 11 auction and privately we sold since last 11 report 5420 bales. Amongst those from M the Bathurst district we're: R/\v.i ?££ Rockley lOVid; H.C.S., Brucedale, ui/jj || S, M., Brewougle, Bathurst ll%d; T, §1 L., Wattle Park, Rockley, lid., || Sydney, Tuesday, || Messrs. Winchcombe Carson sold to- H day amongst. other; lots the follow...
THE SWEET BRIAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909
THE SWEET BRIAR. j Mr. William Glasson, writing to the 'Herald,' says: — During aiecenttrip by rail to the western districts I saw near Tarana acres of ground taken pos session of to my knowledge for the last 30 years by the sweet biiar, and regard ed as valueless. I notice in to-days ' Herald ' that the Angora goat does well on briar feed and will eventually kill its roots by close feeding. Know ing; that the sweet briar was considered a most dangerour pest years ago, and that large sums of money were spent in clearing it from valuable ground, I was not a little surprised to be told by a sheepbreeder of large experience, who with others is suffering severely from the drought, that if he had no sweet briar on his run he would sow it j that it stands to sheep well in dry weather, and that they will eat it at all times ; and that the most effective and speedy way of de stroying the briar or the blackberry bush by anyone so desiring is to turn sheep on their growths.
Sporting Notes. THE TURF, [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909
Sporting Notes. THE TURF* : (By Napper Tandy.) The New Year meeting of the Orange Jockey Club was not quite as well at tended as the year previous, but still the' saddling paddock receipts amounted to £158 the first day and £120 the se cond, these returns going a long way towards paying the prize money. Then there Was a good roll up of bookmakers ,1.. tuAivk fiiirnrisinfrl v aUQ lilti ,iww ~ — ? ? large, averaging about 17 per race. The weather was most oppressive, and' Ba thurstians (who were present in * large numbers) were glad to get back to their own cooler climate. The only Bathurst trainers represented were J. Yeomans and E. Ingersole. The former's charges ran so badly the first day that they were brought home on Saturday, hut the Kelsoite supplied a second aiiu third with Allah Akbar, while St. Etienne showed good pace in the Trial Stakes al though he got badly away. On the' whole punters had the best ot the deal, but Theocin was a welcome turn-up 'in the Watson Plate and th...
AUSTRALIA v. CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909
AUSTRALIA v. CANADA. Judging by the large number ot im migrants now reaching our fthores, ?the tide' has set in In favour of Aus tralia aB agaiust that ot Canada, and the Canadian boom appears to be at an end. Tlie Premier baa intimated that arrangemnts have virtually been concluded with the New South Wales Government, and thw authorities of the- Salvation Army so tbat in the near future there will be a regular Stream of desirable immigrants 'Ar riving in Sydney. Even without as sistance and encouragement from this tsource it to 'authoritatively &sseMiedt that it is at present impossible to get a third-class passage on any of the steamers, or an immigrant pas sage to Austraila up to March, as all berths were booked up to the end of February next. Those eapable of forming opinions state that the people have got tired of Canada, and those who are able to - read and think for .themselves prefer to settle in Aus tralia. On Sunday last the steamer Pericles arrived at Melbourne, h...
Oberon Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909
Oberon Shire Council. (From our Correspondent). The ordinary meeting of the Shire Council was held on Saturday. Present; Councillors T. C'. Breiman (chairman), H. Kelly, E. Richards, B. Robinson, J. P. Todd, and L. Todd. The President reported harinB exam ined the books ancT found them in order. The Clerk reported that the amount to the credit of the Council was £1217 l&e Ad. . ' ?? ? - I 15 ftj The Lahffs Department forwarded a list of quarry reserves within the Shire. On tihe motion of Councillor Richards, seconded by Councillor Robinson, it was resolved that the Overseer ascertain where suitable gravel could be procur ed on unoccupied Crown Lands, and that the Department be requested to resume such land. The Lands Department, ? Orange, forwarded' an application torn R. G. Whalan to enelose a road. Tllto matter was referred to the Overseer for Works for report. Applications from the Me'galong Pro gress Association and others for re pairs to roads were referred to the Works...
ROYAL WELSH MALE CHOIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909
ROYAL WELSH MALE CHOIR* More than ordinary interest is being evinced I11 local musical and social cir cles in the concert of the -Royal Welsh Choir which takes place at the School of Arts, to-morrow (Thursday), evening. Already sufficiently substantial apprecia tion of the Choir's visit iu the reserving ' wnere tne' box plan is now 011 view. Remarkable scenes of enthusiasm have been witnessed at all tho performances given so far in the present .touiv Tlie Australasian visit mapped out embraces certain centres in each Slat? and New Zealand, covering six months, immediately following which, the Choir is booked for a Cana- ' dlan tour. The Royal Welsh Male' 'Choir Is regarded as the finest of its kind in ? .. This combination was formed about twenty three years ago by miners and colliery hands in Treorohy and Rhondda Valley in South Wales, and during that period they have met with purely phenomenal success, winning £10,000 worth of prizes and ' eytfry championship contest of any import...
COUNTRY NEWS. COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909
COUNTRY NEWS. COWRAv .r.,. (From our Correspondent). The Weather.— Wretched Wieather still prevails,' temperature is high; Friday 10S, Saturday 105, yesterday 113, accom panied by fearful wind and dust. The fires are still raging and are getting into the low country; there is no hope of fighting thein while the weather con tinues as it is. Thunder storms are anxi ously iooKea 101 uui luojr mm uu, is the only thing to save the situation; otherwise the losses must b- heavy. Tanks and dama are Srying up very fast. Bush Fires: The fire was carried along at a terrific rate yesterday iu the Bumbaldry Mountains and made its way towards Iandra. A man named CootB had 60 bags of wheat and two stacks of hay destroyed, the flames are reported to have' been carried great distances by the wind, jumping roads with ease.
COMMERCIAL EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909
COMMERCIAL 1 .EDUCATION. Williams' Business College, which is closed for the summer vacation, will re-open on Monday next. The recent ^.successful examination results, as well as the growing need for commercial education, justify the an ticipation that there will bo a very satisfactory enrolment of students for the new year. The Principal will be in attendance Tor the rest of this week for the purpose of enrolling names.
Correspondence. THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM MANAGER. (To the Editor of the "Argus.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909
Correspondence. I THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM MAN AGER. (To the Editor of the 'Argus.') Sir, — I am not a resident 01 lovely town, I ihail from a district, ins tant 500 miles from Bathurst, and I am spending a few days in the district, where 17 years ago I resided. During the interval I have visiter Bathurst at regu lar intervals and have noticed the rise and fall of' most of the institutions ol the town, also I havo kept in touch with the dear old town through the medium of the 'Times,' at first, but later on, the 'Argus' and it is only just to draw at tention to one institution only that I would trespass on your valuable spaco. Your old hands can easily remember the 'Muddle' Farm' of 15 years ago, for that was the name, by which the Ex perimental Farm was then popularly known, and they will also remember what a sleepy and unintelligent inter est was taken in it by most of the peo ple of the town and all of the farmers. 'Bob' Peacock (by which name he was then familiarly known), was at t...
GIBBS AND BEEMAN, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909
GIBBS AND BEEMAN, LTD. The return visit' to Bathurst of Gibb and Beeahn, consulting Opticians of 6 Hunier-street, Sydney, will be made during February next, at the Park Hotel, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Messrs. Ginii and. Beeman, who are well-known as sight-testing experts, will continue to visit Bathurst every few weeks, and may be consulted on all cases of defective eye sight needing correctly adapted glasses All sufferers from any eye troubles should consult this well-known and reli able firm.. One of the Principals personally visits Bathurst. Next visit anuary 4th,*
Cyclone at Blayney. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909
J Cyclone at Blayney. 1 1 , ?'% 1 s -i - i ! ! - — — .-W trra A heavy cyclonic storm struck Blay ney on Monday. ' 'Tlie heat during the morning and early afternoon was ter rific. Later in the afternoon the wind -ose, and the atmosphere hocame al most opaque, The wind Increased ra pidly, and became very violent.' Tlio full force of the storm seemed to strike the' town from the north-west, iefeSjH and immediately there was a scene of H8H wild confusion. The air was thick HHB with flying articles, some of consltt erable weight. The gust's continued to increase in violence. H A paling fence on the norbhl Bide of HH the Blayney showground was shifted flj^B in places from three to six inches out BH of the 'perpendicular. 'Wherever a . H9 sheet o'f Iron was in the' slightest de- HB gre'e insecure, it was torn off and BBS whirled into tHe~ air, frequently i fol' lowed by other sheets. Verandahs were blown away bodily. The dam* Haw age was general, and will amount to a considerable . sum. Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909
?WOOL |||l|[^l IIIs _WHEAT r^ef) Fat / 1 stock & Stock (Brokers\ s*atiof Salesmen. Agents® REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKIMS, MARSUPIAL SKINS. I3ELLING lf|| PER CENT. CHARGES i fea ON WOOL. SELLSKffi BEl©E€Eff8S ©MLY Offices and Stores ? CIRCULAR QUAY, ? SYDNEY. ? QUICK RETURNS. LIBERAL ADVANCES. — — ' J J © ID1 CSlP3 f-? ^ C2. Brewery, Dowling St' j | REDFERN, SYDNEY. 1 XXX- ALES ? ? Draught Ales I Lager ? ? obtain. able Pilsener ? inKes Dinner Ale Hotels Bitter Ale ? LBi«iS 'IS? | C? 1 jl €?jj ? 1 A 1 _ Pure, Wholesome | Delect block Ale Botued Ale, I Stout ? : BBottledf I S RESCH'S Ales, Beers and Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hops obtaSpable, f without a particle of preservative, ~ : jj & =============== ^ ^ j Mr. Tctnpcrley, Vice-president of the N.S.W.Country Press Association ndHremmgTi(?a8remT-IageofN.siw. Country j; Pressmen representing a circulation of 230,000 newspapers per issue, said ; — 'I saw' in Resch's Brew...
Sports at Sofala. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909
j Sports at Sofala. M New Year's Day was celehrateff at Sofala with cycle and atheletic sports. Tthe day was extremely hot, and the wind af' Sines, was blowing with hur ricane force. The attendance was be tween .400 and 500. Though not uj- tortlie'1 previous rear, the committee thought it was very satisfactory, con iiiisrinff +iio~ wpntheT conditions. T'iia member of the electorate, Mr. J. Mil ler, was present, and appeared to m joy himself thoroughly, taking quite a lively interest -ill all events., Results. Sheffield Handicap, t'6— D. Cook, 12 yards, 1; P. Flynn, 12 yards, B; W. L. Flynn, 10 yards, 3. All Comers' Cycle Handicap, £1*, 1 mile: Hoy, 150 yards, 1; Dempsey, ISO yards, 2; Thompson, 140 yards, 3. Half-Mile Handicap, £S: Hoy, 75 yards, 1; Dempsey, 85 yards, 2; Croak er 76 -yards, 3. Throwing ball at Stump: T._ TPawlly Breaking Jar: 'J, Tosketf. Quoit ? Matclrr J. Foskett. Ladies? Stepp3r»g ? Contest: : Misa Learmont and Mrs. 'Gala divided. Youths' Race: W. Crossley, 1; L'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909
2-HRPj5CT DieaBTION MEANS JftSU /' .FECT HEALTH c '.'A good fitomach. keeps *v*ry liavt ©f the body ia perfect condition, and JDiseaee cannot breali in. Dr. Sheldon's SDtgeetlvs Tabnlea are a aatural rem for all disorders and -weakneeses the stomaoh. They possess exactly th« sama properties as the gastric jui- 1 C.es ant. other digestive fluids ot the stomach. They actually do the diges tcnrlr r\f the «fnmnoh -ATtfl ClltlblG that ergan to rest, l-ecuporate, and become sound and healthy. They act is a mild, natural manner, and cause ao disturbance in. ithe digestive br~ gaas. They prevent any fermentation ^Bf the fdod, which causes sour stom ach. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabulss instil health into e?rery part of tho human body. They compel perfect di gestion of tho food .and perfect as similation of the food nutriment. Every organ of the body is Itept in repair, and good health -jiicfceBsarHy results. At the same time the stomach, being relieved of its work, gets well and strong. Obta...
Devastating Fires. MILES OF FLAME-SWEPT COUNTRY, WOMAN'S RACE FOR LIFE. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909
Devastating Fires. MILES OF FLAME-SWEPT COUNTRY, WOMAN'S RACE FOR LIFE. Sydney, Tuesday. Stories of hardship caused by bush fires are still coming to hand. ?Eden is enveloped in smoke, and occu pants of inland residences in the vicinity only escaped death by burning by fleeing to the coast. Mrs, Palmer, running before the flames with her children, only kept the baby in her arms alive by moistening its lips with her tongue. Numbers of settlers were burnt out. Fires are still raging in the vicinity of the Hawkesbury, Woy Wov, Point Clare. and Gosford. The last named place is obscured by the smoke, and the fires | are now within a very short distance of the town and burning fiercely. Passengers by the northern-bound trains are experiencing .exciting times as the trains have to steam through the teeth of the flames. The heat was terrific at Gosford yesterday, and the temperature was 113 degrees in the shade. Holiday makers and residents are rushing the trains Sydney wards. At Tascott th...