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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909
For Chiidren's Heads. ! ^Mothers, Flossine for tho Hair has tho advantage of not only being pcrfeotly liarm* less, but prevents dandruff, and reuders the scalp healthy arid the hair soft like silk. It effectually destroys nits and other parasites, thereby keeping' free from these peats the heads of children who aro going to school. Stocked by all chemists and storekeeper. Sidney agent : Brothwood, Chemist, 8a King-street.*
CAUGHT IN A GALE. DISMASTED AND LISTED. Newcastle, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909
CAUGHT IN A GALE. DISMASTED AND LISTED. Newcastle, Friday. The three-masted barque lone re turned to Port at Newcastle this mor ning, dismasted, and with, a heavy list to port, th« result 0i a battering she rewired in a southerly gale immedi ately after she put out to sea, bound for Mauritius with a cargo of coal. Tho crew had a strenuous time in cop ing with th® cargo, which persistent ly shifted to port, and hampered tho , vessel by causing a big Hat.
DROUGHT NOT LIKELY. FEDERAL METEOROLOGIST ANSWERS MR. WRAGGE. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909
DROUGHT NOT LIKELY. FEDERAL METEOROLOGIST ANS- -1 WERS MR. WRAGGE. ' Melbourne, Thufsday. Mr. it. t'. Griffiths, Acting-Federal Meteorologist, said to-day that it was u not known why Mr. Wragge issued tha . j| prediction of a big drought in Auetra- S.| lia. The probability was that the | statement was' based ou a suppose con-. nection between the state 0 the sutf and weather conditions of the earth. Scientists were divided in opinion on } that point. The matter was at present ' receiving a great deal of consideration 3 and attention. There was no justllica-- wS tion for assuming that connection is f| established in Australia. Attempts had beeu made to see whether there was a -! connection between the rain curves and sun spots,' and the results so far were ,n5 negative. In 18S9, when sun spots wer» £ at a minimum, Mr. Griffiths said :5s found the rainfall in agricultural areas ?-|j particularly good, while iu 1S93, wheu the sun spots wore at the maximum, |i? tbe rainfall was also ver...
FATAL DRIVING ACCIDENT. Goulburn. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909
. FATAL DRIVING ACCIDENT. Goulburn, Friday. An accident -which terminated fa tally occurred a few mil«s out ot Goulburn last evening. Michael Lynch, a resident of Wood houselee, near Goulburn, left home in . company with Maurice Lynch. They ?were drlvinK alone, when by some means Michael Lynch, was thrown from the vehicle, and received inju ries of a svrious nature. Ho was conveyed to the Kingsdale Limekilns, where ho remained during Thursday night. While being brought into towii for medical treatment, to-day, hs expired. Deceased was CO years of age, and leaves a widow and several children.
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Friday. 1 Ihirty-seven trucks of produce were ' i ofTered to buyers at Central Railway | Yards to-day. Six failed to find put- I chasers at auction. 1 .Chaff: Choice 5s lo ^d, prime 1 4s 6d to 4s iod. Prime Mudgce lucerne 1 hay 6s 2d to 6s 3d, prime Hunter Fiver I dumps 5s gd to 5s iod, . prime large 1 4s iod to ss, trussed hay 5s. prjme ' | chickwheat 3s 7^d to 3s lo^d. 1 Choice poiatoes 8s, prime -6s 6d to 7s, ' 1 medium 5s. ? I
Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909
-; ^ Commercial; SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. p| /' Sydney, Thursd flu k'fi Wheat, 3s 8Jd to. 3s 8Jd; some holders III asked 3s 'J^d. . ? . j«p Flour, Sydney roller, £9 6s ; coimtr* ® makes, £9. ' ? J pj& Mill offal, bran and pollard, N.S.W fa '. m per ton. ' Bran, £5. [R Pollard. £G. W Maize, prime yellow, 4a 7d to 4a gci. I f| weevily, 4s to 4a 3d ; Victorian, 4b 9d to 5s ' f j® Barley, CapR, 4s to 4s 2d. ' C 11 Oats, while, 2b 3d to 2a lOd; second on*l ' IH itf, 2s 7d 10 2s 8d: ^ '- i| ; -Wheat, prirno chink, 3s lOd to 4s, i Chaff : £4 to £4 16s. | k| Oaten hay, Victorini, £5 10s. 11|| Derrick straw, Tasmanian, £2 17s 6U, ® Lucerne hay, Hunter Hirer, prim'o dr» Kreen, £3 15s ; brown, £3 10s Potatoes, £5 to £7. nnimiA. lft«. Butler, choicest, 96s; good, 92s to flia. sccond and medium, 81s to 90a; pastrv 7n» to 80s. ' ,ua Bacon, best factory, sides, 9id to 8M . ilitclies, 8Jd to 9-1 ; middles, 10fl to 1 old1 pineapple sides, lojd ; flitches, 9Jd ; middlea' lljd; hams, colonial, no...
METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909
METHQDIST CHURCH. William-Bt.r-Yl-l^tm.' and. 7-30 p.m., -Rev. W. I vi' E. Bromilow. 1 fc'outhw^atburst,-ll a.m.7 Rev. J,. Holme. ,1 ..-!- -7^f0 p:ni., Mr. H. Baylor. Bloom' Hill— 3 J.' 'Haimb.'--; ?' .lU Whito Rock— 3 'p'.m/,-ltev.-' W. E. Bi-omilow-./i IJ.'i1 ' V,'- 7:30'l);m;;'.Iilr.''Stooks. '1 at- '- Perth vllle'l 3-p;m-., Mr. Makepeaco. -I Dunkeld— :3 p-.m;., Mr. H. Whaian. ., NVettle Flat — 3p.ru and 7«30 Mipsiou.t Band. Lagoon— 3 p m„ Mr. Hunt, '' h -.-.I ,.i-i A.-r?i..:T-jnr:-fr
CABLE NEWS. THE MESSINA EARTHQUAKE. FURTHER SHOCK DESTROYS CEMETERY. DETERMINED TO REBUILDING CITY. London, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909
CABLE: HEWS. the;mesi-ina earthquake. FURTHER : SHOCK DESTROYS CEMETERY. , DETERMINED TO REBUILD Ci'lY. . London, Jauiwy 8. A further shock of earthquake des troyed the beautiful cemetery at Mes sina, and tlie famous orange groves. Journalists describe the City as an uninhabitable charnel house, where it, i is impossible to buy a piece of bread without, military sanction. Up to Tuesday . night, 2300 persons recovered alive from tho ruins. , A number of, members of the Italian Chamber of Deputies met amid tbe ruins and unanimously resolved upon the building of tho city. The Camorra (a secret organisation) practised a heartless hoax on the in habitants of the suburbs of Naples yesterday. Early in the morning ilarwists rushed through tho streets shouting, 'The Earthquake,'; whilo others clanged tho church bells. Tho residents, paulcj-striaken, rushed 'into tho streets half naked, seeking tho open, wtiilc iciJimlnal gangs. ? quietly looted tho deserted shops aud dwel lings. Later. Sever...
UNITED STATES NAVAL CONSTRUCTION. London, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909
UNITED STATES' 'NAVAL CON ? 'STRUCTipN. / London,'- January S. ivM-. ivewuerry, secretary -? to the Navy,t submitted to ; tho Naval Com mittee of the- House of Representa tives, Washington, f-plans 'invojlvUng an expenditure of £75,000,000 dollars for four 25,000 ton battleships, four ?scout cruisers, four submarines, and ten destroyers.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909
IN MEMORIAM. HARRISON.— In sad but loving memory of our dear Daughter and Sister (Adelaide Agnes), who fell asleep, January 9th, 1902, ' Through all pains at times she smiled, A smile of Heavenly birth ; And when the angels called her home She smiled farewell to earth.' Inserted by her loving children (Willie and Georgie), parents (A. J. and S. R. Dovey), and Brothers and Sisters. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MURPHY. — In loving and affectionate re- membrance of our dearly beloved Daughter (Marie Gladys), who died January 9th, &nbsp; 1906. Aged 8 years. R.I.P. We saw her suffering day by day ; &nbsp; It caused us bitter grief, &nbsp; &nbsp; To see her slowly pine away, &nbsp; &nbsp; And could not give relief. Not dead to us, we loved her dear, Not dead, but gone before She lives with us in memory still, And will for evermore. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Inserted by her loving father and mother. SHERMAN....