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Commercial. BATHURST PRICES. AT THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909
Commercial. BATHURST PRICES. .. . AT THE MILLS. Flour, old, £9 5s to £9 15s per ton. Wheat, 4s 6d to 5n per bunhel. Bran, £5 to £5 1 Os per ton. ? - Pollaid, £6 to £6 10s per ton 'AT LOCAL STOKES. Maize, fis per bushel - I Brnn, SS 10s per ton. I Pollard, £6 10s por ton. i Oats, Bs per bushel. ' Chaif, £i 10s to £6. ' Bacon, lid per lb. HamB, from la Id per lb ? , Butter, Is Id per lb. Cheeso, lOd to lid per lb. ? Potatoes, now, lOscwfc, ; Kggs, U per dozen. Boney, 21b. tin 7d. . FRUIT AND VEGETABLES, r , French Beans, $.3s:.3d per buehol. I.emons, local, 18s to 20s per gin case. American -Apples, 14s to 16s Bananas, Fiji, 18s fid per case Queens land. lis 6d ; Iooce, 8s.. Old Potatoes, 7s Gd per cwfc. ' ' New Potatoes, 7 ptrewfc.' ? Bunched Vegetables, Is 6d per dozen. Seasoning Herbs, etc., Is per dozen. Sweet Potatoes, 9s. Onions, 6s 9 i per cwt. Pumpkins, 8s to 14s per dozen. Cabbage, 2b to 6s per dozen. ? Green 1'eas, 5s per bushel. Spinach, 1b 6d Passion Fruit, 8s half case. L...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909
Summer Skin-Troubles. SUNBURN^ ,HEAT-SW1ELUNGS- 1 NETTLE-RASH, . PIMPLES, BLOT- j CHES, FRECKLES— ZAM-BUK BALM : SOOTHES AND CURES., At every season of the year mystic changes take place in our bodies,! which leave us peculiarly liable' to cer tain disease of the skin.. The heat and glare o£ the summer sun is 'particular- ly trying, and the pleasure, of; many i_ holiday is - marred by .tho itching,, burning irritation of the.; skin wlii^i' heat, change; of air, and chf.'; ge of air, -,and change of^vater produce. The ? reason, is- that,,, the skin . is unduly tender in summer owing to the ih-a creased ettiain which excessive per spiration imposes upon the pores, the relaxed condition of the tissues, and the deposits of irritating acids often left by the, perspiration. Zam-Bulc is Nature's real . antidote for such trou bles, be. they heat-swelling^, n'ettle rash, freckles, pimples, blotches, . or pruritis— that unsightly rash which so frequently attacks one after bathing, especially ...
COUNTRY NEWS BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909
j COUNTRY NEWS ; : BLAYNEY. (From our Correspondent). Concert— The annual concert in con nection with the , Anglican Sunday School proved a great success..- These j, entertainments have been . - held for;. I twenty-three years, aud an each oc casion the general -public; hasuHshoyjn I its fullest interest!' ?? f-.-r.rA eiU' 'h*U ? i Acciueni. — xne youngest ? - cuna'; j on Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Peterson, of ' Os-? man-street, met with a- rather 'severe accident through' being kicked m the face by a pony. ' The -face- was con-, siderably cut, and several 'teeth knocks ed out. The little'- -Sufferer is . nro gressing satisfactorily. Cricketr-A match between the 'Old Buffers' and a holiday team, came off: on the local ground to-day. The for mer proved ? too much for tho youug ideas. Two special points of interest were noted— ^ne in the number of old buffers, run out, and tho ptbar iii 'the number of remarkably good shots made' at the .wicket by the young men. Mr. Charles Webb captained the...
GENERAL CABLES. London, December 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909
GENERAL CABLES. London, December 29. Abe Ruef, the 'Frisco 'grafter,' has been sentenced lo fourteen years.. I Three inches 'of snow almost stop ped the' horse and omnibus traffic in London, and commercial traffic and shipping are almost/at a standstill. 20,000 unemployed are engaged, but officials state it will take a week to remove the snow that has- already fallen. Several persons have been frozen to death. The Armenian Bishop, . ShahlamJan, has been mysteriously murdered in Constantinople. He was suspected of espionage against the Armenians under the old regime. [ The fierce blizzard continues to sweep over Great Britain. ~
A CURIOUS FIRE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909
!'? A CURIOUS FIRE; Sydney, Thursday. ^ii-y .anu suburban fire brigades had a .busy time this morning as no fewer than Ave flres of a minor nature were reported. Thre0 were in private houses and m one case two acre's of bush were destroyed at Woollahra, but the re maining one was rather extraordinary. A pantechnicon contninw ? caught alight through a spark flying from the axle. The! driver had barely time to release the horse to prevent it being roasted alive. The' .van and .^ contents were totally destroyed. - The Government at Hongkong has 'informed the Commonwealth authori ties that every possible step will bo taken to prevent Chinese stowing away -'at- that port. i , ..v.'SS-''. ?t i .. ; . ;
Mr. G. H. Reid. HONORED BY CONFRERES. Sydney, Thursday. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909
'|| Mr, G. H. Reid. % HONORED BY CONFRERES, fe. , Sydney, Thursday. Wi' Melbourne, Thursday. f~ To-day, Mr. G. H., Reid, M.H.R., t was made the recipient of an illumin , abed address from the members of the direct Opposition in both Houses of , the Commonwealth1 Parliament. A , handsome piece of plate was also pre ?; sented to him by the members of the _ House of Representatives sitting in the Opposition corner. Mr. Reid will leave for Freemantle on a holiday trip 'J- by the s.s. India on Saturday next.
SHIPS THAT PASS IN THE NIGHT. Fremantle, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909
IS:!., SHIPS THAT PASS IN THE NIGHT. J. ., Eremantle, Thursday.. . |||||pr Passengers by the Ormuz were treat l|g§ ed to a great sight on the night of De flBi C6mb€r 20 When t^'° days 'off Colom flllr JuSt before midnight, a number of vesse's' brilliantly lighted up, were discerned on the port bow.; As they drew uearer they were' identified as 16 (Wi battleships— Admiral Snprrvv |J|j| ron. Officers of the Ormuz declare that 8§|j- Jt was a magnificent sight not lilcely m$t be forS°tten. Signals of a season able nature were exchanged. '
Sporting Notes. THE FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909
Sporting Notes. &nbsp; THE FIGHT. &nbsp; (By Napper Tandy.) No sporting event in Australia had ever attracted such interest as the fight for the world's championship be- tween Burns and Johnson. Not only was there an attendance of 20,000, re- presenting £26,000 gate money, but everywhere the result was awaited with breathless anxiety. In Melbourne tram traffic was considerably inter- fered with by the crowd which had congregated to peruse the newspaper &nbsp; progress reports of the contest, and this is indicative, of the interest taken &nbsp; in all centres of population. As to &nbsp; the fight itself it is a matter of his- tory that Jonhon(sic) triumphed, his ad- vantage in height and weight being too great. It was expected that Burns would succeed in "in-fighting," but tho negro revelled in that, and, while one must deplore the ascendency of the nigger, in justice to him it must be admitted that unquestionably the better man succeeded. Ther...
DEATH OF MR. I. C. GOWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909
DEATH OF MR. I. C. GOWER. &nbsp; One of the best known men in Bath- urst— in the person of Mr. I. C. Gow- er— died yesterday after an illness ex- tending over several weeks. No man was held in higher esteem than he by every class in the community because of his honorable and upright life. As a young man he came to Bathurst from England under engagement with the late Hon. Edmund Webb, M.L.C., and remained in the employ of the firm for over half a century. By his strict integrity and business prin- ciples he won, and retained to the end, the esteem and respect of his em- ployers. By his follow employees he was also greatly respected, and his in- fluence for good in the establishment — of which he became really a part and parcel — was far-reaching, and many men and women who have been asso- ciated with him look back upon that time with pleasure. About two years ago Mr. Gower retired from active life, and has since spent the time quiet- &nbsp; ly at home. A few weeks ago...
AWFULLY SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; AWFULLY SUDDEN DEATH. &nbsp; &nbsp; George Dunsmore, a well known publican residing at Bermagui, South &nbsp; Coast, was preparing to embark on the steamer Eden this afternoou at the Il- lawarra Company's wharf, when he complained that he felt unwell. He and a friend started up the street with the object of visiting a chemist's when Dunsmore suddenly fell back into his friend's arms, dead.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909
IN MEMORIAM. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Thompson.—In fond remembrance of our, dear father, George Andrew Thompson, who departed this life on January 1, 1908. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The midnight stars are shining Upon his lonely grave, Where sleeping without dreaming, &nbsp; Lies one we could not save, Inserted by his loving wife, sons, and daughters. &nbsp; Wallace.— In loving memory of my dear &nbsp; ? ir, Eliza Wallace, who died at North ? : ney, December 31st, 1907. "Pence, perfect, peace." &nbsp; &nbsp; Inserted by her loving sister, E. Burns.) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ' I IvRY 1,1909.