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The Last Post. NAVAL FUNERAL FOR COLLISION Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909
The Last Post. NAVAL FUNERAL FOR COLLISION ~ Sydney, Wednseday. In deference to tao . ivisues uj. w comrades of the fifteen men drowned ill the harbor disaster yesterday moni: ing, they we're accorded a- full naval funeral to-day. - . ? The cortege consisted of .600 blue ionlmto tiiwi ? nmrinps. seven i hearses containingwthe bodies, and the . naval, band. Thousands of- citizens witupssed: the mournful spectacle, and many were ob served to -be deeply moved. The bodies were interred in Rook wood Cemetery, where' a. firing party fired across the graves, and a bugler sounded the 'Last Pest.' The coffins were literally smothered with iloral tributes from sorrowing friends.
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH The Broken Hill Crisis. RAILWAY LINES ATTACKED. HURRYING OF POLICE RE-INFORCEMENTS. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (From New Soiifh Wales Country Press Association). ^ The Broken Hill Crisis. i RAILWAY LINES ATTACKED. HURRYING OF POLICE REINFORCE ._ , MENTS. ^ 1 : Sydney, Wednesday. The railway lines'- leading- ; -to the Proprietary Mines, Broken Hill, were further, interfered with last night, and at two or three points, the lines con necting the mine -with, the main ser vices, are- damncm!. A later telegram -from the scene' of ?hostilities states that an attempt was made to cut the telegraph .'lilies con necting the mine with the town - ex change. ? ? ' . ? ? . The houses of the men injured ' in Monday's melee -are being: picketed by a, committee. Traffic on the1 railway line lietween Silverton and the Proprietary Miue is still interrupted, the line' having been successfully blocked by the strikers. . All the' Proprietary Miue officials In town are being closely watched ;byftiie men. - The pickets go down regularly through' the day and night for free beer that is being supplie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909
WHY ; SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT superior to any ojliftr eucrtlvntus product p Because it is the result of full experience and of a special and careful process of manufacture, and the danger attending tho use of the irresponsible preparations which are now palmed off nu 'Extracts ' aro avoided. A death was recently reported from the uso of one of these concoctions, and at an action at law, a sworn witness testified that he suffered the mosi cruel irritation from tho application to an ulcer of another, which whs sold as ' just as good as SANDER'S EXTRACT.' There fore, bewaro of such deception. Remeiuberr that in medicine u drop that cures is botlet than a tablespoonful that kills, and insist upon the preparation which was proved by exports at tho Supreme Court of Victoria and by numerous authorities during the last 3-i yearn to be a product of genuine irerit, viz., TUli GENUINE SANDER AND SONS' TURF VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX. TRACT. F. Hearne, Ohomiet, William...
Council Accounts. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909
/ Council Accounts. . The following accounts were passed for r payment at the meeting of the Council- last night - : £ s d General Fund. - Staff pay-sheet, salaries. . .. 22 14- 7 Overseer of Works' pay-sheet wages 43 7 0 Gardener's pay-sheet, wages ;. 10 0 0 Sanitary Overseer's payaheet, wages , 39 4 0 Deputy Council Clerk, stamps . . ? .10. 0 0 E. J. Wilkinson, cartage ... 1 0 17 6 A- Eayliss, cartage .. 1 2 '4 U. J. Tinkler, forage . ;. ?»?. .. : 6 -3 1 S. II'. Andrew s, thoeing . - . . -0 15- 0 H. l'oyue, chafl ,, 4 19 'a . .-£145 3. S Gas Wohks Fund. . - . Staff pay-sheet salaries.. ..-. .O ' 5 0 Gasworks, .wages ., ... 65 12 0 A. Martin, horse shoeing .'.1 11 0 O. Connery, repairs- 8 5 ? 0 1 J. Ilurll and Co., washer .-.???. . . . ,110.. 0 -0 Railway Com.cissioners, freight .. . ,:9 .4 5 £229 17 5 Water Fund. - s ?- Staff pay-sheet, salaries . . ? .. 5:- 5 ':0 Water Works pay sheet, wages ... 2-1 0 8 Water Inspector's paysheet, wages 6 5 0 A. Baylie, cartage .. 2 14 8 Trust Fu...
Commonwealth and State Finance MORE AMICABLE PROCEEDINGS. Melbourne. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909
Commonwealth antf State Finance MORE AMICABLE PROCEEDINGS. Melbourne. Wednesday. Mr. ' Wa^e, ' Pr'-micr- -of New South Wales, was erittrtairi'ed' at'luncheon by the ComnunwealtlvGovernment' to-day. Mr. Fisher; Prime 'Minister, presided. Subsequently, in the course^of an- inter view, Mr. .Wade said that he h'ad seen all the Premiers; except Sir Thomas Bent, in addition to Mr- Fishe'r7and that it had been agreed, to hold a conference as soon as possible. That would not be for a few weeks ; probably ? during February, The location would depend upon Mr, Fisher as the sole business would be the; discussion of financial matters, and it mfust 'take place near the' Commonwealth vioffices iiv Melbourne. He would consult- the Premiers as to the spot.- It would: be either at Adelaide, Hobart, or Melbourne.
Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909
Commercial. ' SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. ... Sydney, Wednesday. . Wheat, 3s 9d to 3s lid. ? Flour. Sydney roller, £9 03; country makes, £9. ' ; : ? Mill offul, bran and: pollard, N.S.W., '£6. per ton. . , Bran; £5. ! Pollard, £6. ?.:?????. . ( -. -.- Maize,- prime dry yellow, '4s-J4d't6 -4a 6d; weevily, 4s to 4s 3d ; Java, 4s 7d. Barley, Gape, 4s to 4s 2d. : : Oats, while, 2s 3d to 23 lOd ; second qual ity, 2s 7d to 2s 8d. : Wheat, prime chink, 8s lOd to 4s, Ohaff : b'outh Australian, prime, £i 15s.; medium,: £4 ; . Victorian oaten, £4 10s. , Oaten hay, 'Victorian, 'JG6. r* : ? Derrick straw, Tasmaniau, £2 l-7s 6d. .. Lucerne „ hay,, Hunter River, prime dry Kreen, £3 15s; brown, £3 10s ? .'Potatoes, :Tasmaniun redskins,-. £10; Clar ence River, -,£5 to £7 ; Hunter River, £7. Onions, Globe, £5 10s to £5 15s;. Butter, choicest, 96s; good, 92s to 94s ; 6eeond aud medium, 84s to 90s; pastry, 70s to SOs.. Bacon, best' factory, sides, 9£d to 9Jd ; flitehoB, 8Jd to 9d ; middles, 10|d tolOfd; pin...
Turon Shire Estimates. PROPOSED TAXATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909
Turon Shire Estimates. PROPOSED TAXATION.. The Turon Shire Clerk at yesterday's meeting submitted, his estimates of re ceipts and expenditure for- the ensuing year. - v! 5 The estimated, expenditure for the' year, he stated, would be ~£goo ad ministrative, and ^5745 works, making a total-expenditure of ^6645. ? The net amount 'of revenue in hand was '^2000, and the revenue likely to be available for expenditure was ^2945..' This com pared with : the: estimated expenditure would leave a shortage of £'1700, and.it was proposed that the amount be made up by levying a rate of id. in the £ upon; the unimproved capital value ol land within the shire.
SPORTING. CRICKET. INTERSTATE MATCHES. VICTORIA v. BOOTH AUSTRALIA. Melbourne. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909
I SPORTING. CRICKET. INTERSTATE MATCHES. VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Melhourne. Wednesday. The match between South Australia and Victoria was continued at Mel bourne Cricket Ground to-day. The wicket was soft when play was com menced, but improved later. Scores,:— ? v.., .? Victoria. First innings . , ; ? . ... 31S South Australia. First innings -. ? ? , 127 - Second innings. | L. R. Hill, c Vernou, b Hazlitt .. 20 J.' C. Hill, b Hazlitt .. ... 12 if, JDolJmp, c Laver, b Saunders . , - . . . _ 0 fe Cloxton. c Laver, b Hazlitt .. ... 35. ? Mayne, not out .. , .. 96 Fellow, b Hazlitt .. .. ?- .. f; ? Gehrs, b McKenzio ., .. ♦???.75. O'Connor, not out ., .. 0 f . Sundries .. ? ? .. ? ??: ? '. ... 23 i;: Six viekets for ?? - ., 207
The Blayney Fire. INQUEST DELAYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909
- The Blayney Fire. INQUEST DELAYED. . Sergeant Lloyd, of Blayney, arranged that the inquest on the fire which took place in that township on New Year's Day should be held yesterday, and the witnesses and others concerned were notified to that effect. Mr. Pile, the Coroner for Blayney, is at present away from home on a holiday trip through Tasmania, and will not return until to wards the end ot next week. After the date had been definitely fixed Mr. Mar riott, P M., of Orange, and Coroner, was communicated with as he was to at tend the Police Court, Blayney, yester day, and it was expected that he would preside at the inquest. , Before Mr. Marriott received any intimation -from Blayney his engagements for Thursday, were made, and these he found it im possible to alter.- Believing that the Blayney inquest would not be concluded in the one day; he did not feel justified in commencing, and then adjourning il indefinitely. On Tuesday morning one. of the parties who, has lost heavily.by....
BOXING. CANADIAN "CHAMPION" A FROST. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909
? BOXING. CANADIAN ' CHAMPION' A FROST. Sydney, Wednesday. 1 Sanguinary is the word- which most fittingly describes the contest at the Stad-'um to-night between Jack Black more and Joe Summers. The Iattar was comyletely outclassed from the com mencement. Before the first round had progressed for many seconds Blackmore drew blood with a vengeance, and the Canadian ' champion's' unfortunate proboscis was made the special objective of Blackmore's playful sparring there ? - after. Summers tried gamely, but, his efforts only elicited smiles from Black more. Before the end of the seventh round the Ganadian presented such a ghastly spectacle that Sub-Inspector Matthews was more than half inclined to stop the fight. But Summers protested, against the advice of his seconds, and the contest was allowed to proceed. For two more rounds he acted as a chop ping block, and then his seconds wisely skied the towel. The attendance of the public was very poor.
Our Sydney Letter. THE EARTHQUAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909
Our Sydney Letter. (From our Correspoirde'ntD. ? THE EARTHQUAKE. The terrible catastrophe in Italy has stirred the springs 01 human sympa thy all the world over. The sympathy is also taking practical form. Indeed it is questionable whether mere sen timent which finds 110 expression in action, is entitled to the name. But it is not always clear what one ought to do. 'In our private capacity we can 1 each givb our mite to alleviate the suf ferings of our fellows and to demon strate our desire to help, even though their real troubles may be deeper than monetary aid can reach. But wih.en one is custodian, of other people's mo ney, and especially when lie is called upon to act in a public capacity, and as the representative of a nation, to approach the head of another nation, the case becomes different. Mr. Fisher, as a citizen, has doubtless handed iu his donation to one or other of the many relief funds which Jvavte been inaugurated. But, as Prime Minister of the Commonwealth., he has ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909
Turon Shire Council intends to pro ceed against persous plying for hire without licenses. Mrs. S. L. Morrison, HumiEray.-street, Ballarat, Vie., writes : 'Both my mother and I aro firm believers in Chamberlain's Tablets. We have used them for stomach and liver troubles, and have found them most effective. Tho uso of most pills 'is followed by constipation, but Chamber lain s Tablets are so mild and gontle in thoir action that they leave no bail after effect. For sale by L. Edgley aud Co.
A Ripple. COUNCILLORS AT VARIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909
A Ripple. . COUNCILLORS AT VARIANCE. Councillor Sullivau again advanced ? his alleged discovery of malpractice, in connection with some Turon Sliire business, yesterday, and a short, sharp skirmish between himself aud the Pre sident resulted. WlienTEe President intimated that questions without notlcc might be ask ed, Councillor Sullivan at once rose and said: 'As a matter of privilege, and, on account of the minutes not 'being correct, I would like tho Engineer to be asked did Mr. ? (To any work for the Turon Shire Council that he should receive the sum of £10 7s 7d.' The President: Certain information ? will liave to be got in connection with that matter, and I rule that you should give, notice. ? Councillor Sullivan: I think it is unfair. I gave notice before, got an answe?T~and the minutes do not show it. The President: You cannot comment as to -whether it is fair or unfair. Councillor Sullivan: I say the min utes are not in accordance with, my question. It is unfair — The Presid...