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EDUCATION QUESTION. PLEA FOR HUMANISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

EDUCATION QUESTION. ? PLEA' FOR HUMANISM. History, philosophy, and the fine arts are., the- agencies whereby the highest educational. results are reached. We do ' not , undervalue the discipline of natural science, I but are compelled to consider its. educational service as ancillary. As a preparation for bread- winning, it per forms a. serviceable function, but one that. has little to do with education as wo-- would define the term. But In its reaction upon the student's envisage ment of nature, and upon the modes ot his thought concerning human life, it contributes to his training an important element. ..' , WHAT SCIENCE DOES. It helps him to weigh evidence,, it dee'pens his devotion to truth, and it strengthens his understanding. It may add a now charm to natural beautv, it may enrich the {Esthetic sense, and It may invest conduct with a deeper sig nificance. Rut with all those ministries to its credit, It remains ot secondary imnnrtftriro. f-f1nr»nMnnnlIv because its primary con...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOREIGN MISSION SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

FOREIGN ^MISSION SERVICES. I The Rev. W. E. Bromilow, the foun der of the Methodist Mission to New (xtiinea, Is announced to preach In the William-street Church on Sunday -next. Mr. Bromilow has spwit about 18 years amongst the natives of New Guinea, and has a wonderful story to tell in connection with his work. He has just completed the task of translating the New Testament Scrip tures into Dobu, one of the many dialects of the people of that island.

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MARRIAGE AND INSANITY. A JUDGE'S STRICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

MARRIAGE AND INSANITY. . A JUDGE'S STRICTURES. Mr Justice Grantham spoke strongly at the. Norfolk Assizes on October 24 on the subject of marriage and insanity. Mary Chatten, aged 3S, who with hen husband kept an inn at Carleton Rode, was charged with' the wilful murder 'ot her batiy girl. The child was found dead 'in her. bed with her throat cut,' and - the mother, was found in a well in-' a helnless and collansert rnnditinn : Shu was grasping two .white roses, a child's bib, and a baby's sock. Medical evidence nvas given that the prisoner was of unsound mind, that she had insanity in her family, and that she had been once detained in an asy lum. Her grandfather hanged -himself , and her brother died in an asylum. Questioned by the judge, her , husband stated that he knew his wife's family ? I history, and knew that she had been In ' an asylum, but he married her notwith standing. ? ' ? Mi Justice Grnntham said it was al- . most a wicked thing for people to marry, when thoy . knew ...

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BANKRUPTCY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

BANKRUPTCY COURT. . in the Bankruptcy Court yesterday— liefore'Mr. T. C.; IC; :M;cKeIl^PiM.,5Re gisirar in Bankruptcy/ the case.pf ,Flor- j ence A. Lee was called. Mr: 'Palmer; for Mr. McPliillamy, appeared onbank rupt s . behalf. He informed the Regis trar that Mr. ; McPhillamy was absent from town, but before leaving -he had communicated with Mr, . McMenamin, '01 Petitioning creditor— ! Mr. Rice of Dnhhn — , .. - . ? ''oswving a post ponement. A reply had been received agreeing to this proposal. Tho Regis trar said lie would postpone the hearing until January 1-5. The proved creditors were: City Bank, £450 8s Gd; Rice Dubbo, £948 18s and E. Webb and Co ' Bathurst, '£78 Ufi

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CHORAL REVIVAL. POPULAR MUSIC IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

CHORAL REVIVAL. POPULAR MUSIC IN ENGLAND. The musical potentialities of the Brit ish nation are exploited by many diverse agencies, most o£ which reach only a fringe of the population (says Mr W. G. M'Nnught, mus. doc., F.U.A.M., in the 'Dally Mall.') The masses are not much affected by colleges and ucade . tnles. The villager, the miner, the mill-hand, the town toller have to work out their musical salvation by rougher means. A few years ago it was said that choral music was decadent, and that the future was with instrumental music. But to-day there is a choral revival and . expansion In process, and we seem to be well on the way to a choral milieu nlum. The ferment is accompanied by a healthy craving for guidance and in struction, not often possible to gratify by ordinary ways and means. The need for some plan of study adapted to the circumstances and helpful to those who . .in isolation cannot help themselves has , led to tlie establishment of tlie com- | petitlve musical festiva...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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EXCITING RUNAWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

! EXCITING RUNAWAY. [, ? A telegram from Oberon states that an exciting runaway occurred on Tues-1 day on Slattery's Hill, Oberon-Tarana road. A trolly,- belonging to Mr. F. Wilde, and five horses, loaded with nearly three tons weight, were being I driven by Mr. A. Fitzpatriclt, of Ha zelgrove. Just at the beginning or tne descent the brakes refused to act, and though at braakneck speed, the rdiyers skilfully guided the team round shdrp and steep curves, nearly a mile ti the bottom' ot the hill, where the horses fell. One was killed. Tho driver, another occupant, and a young boy were thrown from the vehicle, but tliey escaped with a shaking.

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UNCLE SANTA CLAUS. STORY OF A HAPPY REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

UNCLE SANTA GLAUS. STORY OF A HAPPY REUNION. ; . 'ill it be long, till Christmas, mother ?' asked Annie, a bright girl of ton. .... Just. three days,' replied the mother, looking up with weary eyes from the scam she was sewing. 'But why do you ask ?' 'Because Maggie Morrison says that she's to get n doll at. Christmas i from Santa Claus. Does Santa bring everyone toys ?' : No, dear ; there are many poor children who never get .anything.!' ' Then I don't like Santa,' inter-, ruptecl Bobbie, who was ; three years vounirer than Annie. . ''He's had,'' said Nellie, the tod dler. ? - „ . .???' . , I wish he'd bring mo; a horse, though.' murmured .Bobbie, getting astride a stool to show how he would make it go. *' And me a doll,' lisped Nellie, hugging a big bundle of rags in her arms. ? , . , A whispered conversation followed-'' amongst the little ones, in which Annie told of her recollections of the good things which they used to get when father was living. It was only, since they left' ...

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BATHURST TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

: BATHURST TURF CLUB. A. meeting of the Club was held last night.-. The progress reports submitted - showed that ^everything in connection with' the race meeting on Anniversary Day (January 2Gtu and 27th) was well in baud. Numerous premises of entries have' been receiv ed. Mr. A. W. Hutton was appointed Stipendiary Steward for the meeting.!

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THE FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

THE FORECAST. Th^lafeest, forecast issued _ by the ] Common wealth^. Weatlier Bureau, ,is as follows: Cloudy along tlie coast,' ex tending to the highlands, with) show ers, espfeci ally , north from Sydney, where strong, squally, south-east winds and rough seas 'are indicated; fine and warm inland. %

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JEWELLERY RECOVERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

JEWELLERY RECOVERED: ' Information ivas received hi town last night that, two -inenVliad been ar rested at Lithgov/ .jii connection with the robbery of jewellery at the resi dence of-;Mi\ ?- Phillips, Howiek-street, on: Tuesday afternoon last. '

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A FOX IN TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

A FOX IN TOWN. A few days ago a fox was seen in the Vale Creek,' close' to Mr. Dewar's brick yard. ^Reynard was evidently on the look-out- 'for some poultry, but 'householders - in the vicinity took precautions to prevent this. A neigh bour of Mr. .Dewar's went -after a' rifle, but during ;his -absence the auiihal es caped. '? i i ' r , -: ? ; ??

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POOR RELIEF SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

POOR RELIEF SOCIETY. The committee . of the Bathurst Poor Relief Society met in the Town Hall on Friday afternoon.; at 4 ? plm; There were present. Mesdames Stew art, (President) ; -Edgley, ' Scott, E.R. Webb, Butler, and Marriott., The committee acknowledged with, many thanks the gift of a quantity of teal from Mr. E. Williams, and jam from Mrs. O'Brien.^ Itcwas decided to hold the annual; meeting of the Society onj January 22nd, at 3 p.m. J ' ? n«gi - ATTRACTIVE FURNITURE SALE. Messrs. A; S. Low and Co. announce for Monday .'next, . at the., sale, rooms, eommeiicing.'at 2 p.m., . a very attract ive and unreserved auction sale of up-to-date -household furniture and appointments, also office furniture, fit tings, and general sundries'. The lots to be offered are on account of vari ous interests, and are to be sold ab solutely without reserve.

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ART OF SLEEPING. ADVICE FROM FAMOUS MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

ART OF SLEEPING. ADVICE FROM FAMOUS MEN. What is the right quantity of sleep necessary to men in general, and, In par ticular, to tho man who 'thinks?' M. Mazade has asked the question of a number of well-known French person alities — artists, statesmen, writers, scien tists — and 'La Revue,' of Paris, --pub-, lishes their replies in its current issue. The following are extracts from : those replies: — Maurice Maeterlinck, the eminent writer: — I go to bed at ten and rise at , seven. ^ Work is impossible to me the next day , if I have not had nine hours' sleep. Emlle Boutroux, the famous meta physician, member of the Institute: i I need eight hours' sleep. But the , quality is more important than tho quantity. Above all, never use nar cotics. Jules Claretie, of the French Academy: I need a great deal of sleep— seven hours at least; but whether I get much or little of it I work with the same; pleasure. ?Tho art of sleeping? I know it not. But I know, unfortunately, the art of prevent...

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MAUD ALLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

MAUD ALLAN. It has been impressed upon us, re- i marks the writer of Motley Notes in the 'Westminster Gazette.' for some ' time past that . Miss Maud Allan's! per sonality is as full of charm as her danc ing; and, one at least of the revelations , that she makes in her autobiography, is , sufficient to show that she has been pri vileged to' make friends whom many of I tne most aistinguisned men of the day ! might envy her. / After describing her j interview with Archdeacon Sinclair she ! ?writes: 'Not long afterwards I had the ; great pleasure of' attending seirvice at: beautiful St. Paul's, and of being, to gether with my parents, his guests at the Chapter House to ? tea, ' and then I met his charming sister, and many of , his dearest friends.' We : should 'like Miss Allan to tell us more of St. Paul's: sister; but his friends— if they were those of his unregenerate days— were, i probably,' very mixed. I

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OLDEST POST BOY. A GALLANT VETERAN. NEARLY A HUNDRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

OLDEST POST BOY A GALLANT VETERAN. NEARLY A HUNDRED. A hale and hearty, veteran of the nineteenth century, Mr Joseph Austen, the oldest; surviving postboy, seems yet likely to complete another decade of the twentieth. ; ? On 'Wednesday (November 4) he en tered upon his ninety-eighth year, and, with ^faculties still fresh, and bodily powers well preserved, he may reason ably expected to celebrate his centen ary. Keen-eyed and alert, his grey hairs alone proclaim his venerable age, and his .cheery disposition has not been depressed by the burdens of years. ? Mr Austen has witnessed the revolu tion of the road. It was in 1S39, when were still the chief , means of locomo -tion, that he became a post boy, and he remained in this business, as post boy, and afterwards as postmaster, until h® retired , to Thornton Heath twentytwo years ago, and became a caterer at 'Ye Parchmoro' coffee-shop, in Parchmoro. ?road; whore he now lives with members of his family. : . 'Aye, it was a nice,- bright...

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THE WALLABIES AT WINDSOR. London, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

THE WALLABIES AT WINDSOR. London, Jaiiuary 8. The 'Wallabies', .went to Windsor yesterday, where, they were entertain ed by the Mayoi1, and paid a visit to the castle. , . The team will. leave Liverpool on tho '3rd (for , America,.- / where Several matches; have been arranged.

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RAILWAY THIEVES. London, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

RAILWAY THIEVES. London, January S. : J.nero.,.ihas - been an enormous ;mm i - ^c.9? tittefts;on the Russian - Railways rewntly. . ''£200,000 worth of articles have been stolen at Zifna alone. |

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BRITAIN'S PAPER MILLS. WOOD PULP PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

. BRITAIN'S PAPER MILLS. WOOD PULP PRODUCTION. . Scotland has a thriving ,: Industry in the manufacture of paper, but it is a bad second to England. -v From- an ar ticle in the November 'Chambers' Jour nal,',' it appears that in 'England - there are 217 paper-mills, in- Scotland fifty-six, and in .Wales seven. The Sister. Isle has only . six. In Scotland the county of Midlothian heads the -list, with fifteen mills; but Lancashire: far exceeds - that ?Kent 1 with thirty, -and Yorkshire with twenty-eight. In looking at the Scotch counties It Is interesting to observe how: the Ib'gh lands.-ha.ve escaped. There is no mill In either . of the big counties- Perthshire or Inverness, nor anywhere north of Aber deenshire; .and with the exception of Borwickshirc;whero there are two firms, none:of the Border, burgs lias a factory. What troubles tho Scots paper makers -most in .-question of raw materials. They havo to search around considerably -for stuff at a reasonable - nrico. Unfortunately, ...

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ANOTHER EDISON INVENTION. London. January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

ANOTHER EDISON INVENTION. Loudon. January S. Mr. Edison has perfected a battery for working a street car for a whole day without' the necessity for re charging. ? Ho is convinced that this will mean a revolution of surface car traffic. ?

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STARVING BOY'S FORTUNE. A STRANGER'S CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

STARVING BOY'S FORTUNE. A STRANGER'S CHARITY. A twelve-year-old boy clad almost in rags, but. rejoicing, for* the present in a series., of luxurious; .-.meals, owes his, good fortune to some person in London whom ho does not know ( says the Chicago correspondent of tho 'K Daily Mail'). - ? | - Stirred by the official report tele graphed recentij; to the *' Daily Mail,' .that 10,000 Chicago school thiidien habitually go hungry and that 5000 more constantly go to lady- sent the following, letter to the Chicago Board of Uducntion : — 'Having seen the enclosed cutting in n London newspaper regarding the conditions of Chicago school children 1 beg to send herewith a chorine for L2,' and request that, if feasible, it bo usod in giving some fan-hauod, blue-eyed bov, hitherto insufficiently fed, a few good meals in memory of a fair.-hnircd. blue-o.vod boy who - re cently died in England. Please acknowledge,., care : of Harriet .Tano: Pole, New Victoria Club, 30. Sack ville street, Piccadill...

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