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ANNIVERSARY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
ANNIVERSARY DAY. Some doubt has been felt as to the day on M\ch the anniversary of the State will be observed. This year, Janu ary 26 falls on a Tuesday, and it was tln.vigfcL Itt'c --r tain quarters that the Bank Holidays Acts applied whereby the cek-'niation Avould.be kept up on ihe following Monday. However, all doubt about the matter is set at rest by a per usal of the Amending Bank Holidays Act which specially provides that An - uversary Esy shall be observo' on tho day upon which it occurs, unless, of ?course, that day is a Sunday, when it Tvill be celebrated on the Monday fol , lowing. Tuesday, January, 26, will the.'c ifore be a public holiday throughout the ?Stat'?;.
COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER I. (continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
Jt .. - ? ? ; COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER I. (e«ati*ttei). Mildred Carter smiled sweetly when the announcement was made. Nothing could have suited her purpose better, ?It was the one thing beyond all oth ers for which she had been hoping. H-er husband, however/ had no in tention of eiving the woman who bore' arlB Hame her freedom unconditionally. He knew her nature too well for that. Accordingly, he insisted that she should continue* to live in India, so that he might be aware of her mode of life, and that the allowance should only be drawn so long as she did no thing to disgrace him openly. In par ticular he stipulated' that, she should incur no more gambling debts. Recognising that argument would mot serve her, Mrs. Carter accepted the terms with a martyr-lilie air of acquiescence. Privately, however, she resolved to pay her husband out for ; what she was pleased to call his meanness. Yet she dared not commit herself too far, for she had a certain well-founded fear of George Carter....
TYPHOID EPIDEMIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
TYPHOID EPIDEMIC. ' Advices, from Gunnedah ehow that typhoid is prevalent in that centre. Al together 32 cases are being treated, the increase in the week numbering three. Other northern towns, including Narra bri and Tamworth, report the presence of typhoid, though no great import ance is attached to theso by the Board of Health , authorities.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
TO CURE INDIGESTION And Stomach Troubles, it is necessary to take after meals' some harmless pre paration which will supply the na tural digestive fluids which every weak stomach lacks. And the best pre paration of this character is Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabules, which contain all the natural digestauts which nature requires for prompt digestion. One or two taken after meals will prevent souring, fermentation, and acidity, and ensure complete digestion and assimi lation. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George-street, Bathurst; E. Morgan, Burrafa.* i ^-i i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
wrtt* Are your lips white, your cheeks colorless, |§fl|l your ears transparent? And do you look thin ^ ? and care worn? r 1 doesn't f If take much J 1 imagina- ! n'i.,' 'P tiontosee 3 P' /IffS* . i i' | tjj ..blooming ' i ' ' clieeks, and | a bright, cheerful face, in every ji bottle of Ayer's Sarsaparllla. j If your appetite is poor, yn,.ir j digestion imperfect, and you feal i nervous and weak, you ought to ji take ! m 4$ -2: epi 1 1 tl It expels all impurities from the blood, and gives strength and vigor to the nerves. It will surely re store you to health. As noiv made, Ayer's Sarsa parilla contains no alcohol. There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get 'AYER'S.' Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer £ C»., Lowell, Mms., U.S.A. JLYBH'3 FILLS. th# *33l loxotivo. | 73 be ' tfjai benefits. | foJOT simply a thirst- J quencher, not merely I a stimulant, but just the purest,- most inspiriting, and most health-infusing ! spirit that has aver been | produced. g WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS Where ...
POLICE INSPECTOR'S REPORT. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
POLICE INSPECTOR'.'S REPORT. S'ydney, Sunday. Two telegrams wevf . received last ev ening by, the Inspecr tor-General of Po lice from Superintcr ident Johnson, con firniiug tho facts pr jblished above. Inspector Johns' Jn described the first disturbance as a serious riot in which the re was liowli ng, hooting, and stone throwing. Sew n-ai police were injured, but nono serior iSiy, so far as was known. Ten ar-rcsts w ere made. In th.e seo owl wire he stated that a large enow; 1 marched to the . pickets, headed by a , band and Tom Mann, with the Sc tclalla t flag flying. A riot took place, -when .the police made 20 arrests, Including Ma: m\, and took possession ot the fflag. T1 le mob continued riotous but^the police were complete masters of the situation. The mounted men kept the crowd from the foot police, many 0 whom were injured. ?
General Cable News. Loudon, January 9.y [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
^ General Cable News.! London, January 9. ? Count Konigsmarck an officer of the German General Staff, after a prolonged tour in India/highly praises the British rule,; and declares that the natTve'arniy is-able to tako the field against Euro pean. troops. ' ' ... At a meeting of Swiss millers it was decided to boycott German trade owing to the disputes in the cereaf trade.;.^-f(,,' ? Eight Tennessee night riders* -liave' been found guilty of murder, six of them in -the fire degree. . -Speaking at Gullane, Haddingtonshire, the. Secretary of State for 'War (Miv.R'; ?B..-Haldane)~said it was not unsatisfae ? tory that only 207,000 out of 313,000 .Ter ritorials required had been enrolled in nine months even although 86,000 had only signed for one year. If Britain w'as threatened with invasion, he added, he was sure the Territorials would fill up rapidly. Any bow,, a force' of 627,000 Re gulars, eRserves, and Territorials was available to meet invaders. ; Despite -the shrinkage of £102,0...
Wheat Yields. BATHURST EXPERIMENT FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
Wheat Yields. BATKURST EXPERIMENT FARM. Some further figures have dc«ii suy plied us by Mr. It. W. Peacock, manager of the Bathurst Experiment Farm, which go further to prove the value of the experiments being carried out in our midst. Cleveland wheat has been chosen ns the standard for location experiments and the following results should go fur ther to prove the advantage of the sys tem advocated by Mr. Peacock of ro tation of crops and judicious manuring. I After scarlet clover, manured, the yield was 37 bushels 401bs per acre, unma nured 2 G bushels 5Slbs, an excess for manured of 10 bushels 421bs. Wheat af ter wheat — the system so commonly adopted throughout the district ma nured, 9 bushels 411bs, unmanured 3 bushels 561bs, cxccsb for manured 5 bushels 451bs. After maize, manured 6 bu shels 451bs, unmanured 3 bushels 231bs, excess for manured 3 bushels 2?.lbs. Al ter rape, unmanured 15 busneTs 541bs. Bare fallow manured lt- bushels 551bs, unmanured 11 bushels -4Glbs, excess on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
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SYMPATHISERS IN SYDNEY. REVOLUTIONARY TALK. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
SYMPATHISERS IN SYDNEY. ; REVOLUTIONARY TALK. ''Sydney, Sunday. A large number of sympathisers ^ the Broken Hill strikers assembled in- -.j the Domain this afternoon, and were addressed by members of the Interna tional Socialists' Union. Mr. Holland was applauded when he said that only the 'scabs' in the police consented to go to Broken rnu. others refused to go. He said the Prime Minister had proved how little ho sympathised with the laborer w en he promised to send the militia there to support th police, and had invited Mr. Wade to dinner. Mr. Holland said he would make one to proceed to tbe.Ccntral Station to drag engine drivers and firemen off trains in tended for conveying relief police to Bro ken Hill. His remarks wenr cheered throughout. .' .. ? ? ?
MR. ROY MACDOUGALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
MR. ROY MACDOUGALL. ; Mv. .Roy MacDougall;- second boo 'c? 'Mr.', G. H. MacDougall, who has bwi for; the yast .12 years' in the service: o£ the New South Wales Bank, , haa been appointed affcountant hi the Rathurst branch in place of Mr; , Reed,,- transfer red. We congratulate Mr.' iiacDougall on promotion to a branch in which' he entered upon his commercial career.
BROKEN HILL TROUBLE. POLICE v. MOB OF 4000. CONSTABLES CARRY THE DAY. TOM MANN ARRESTED. SOCIALIST BANNER CAPTURED. BATON FREELY USED. Broken Hill, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
BROKEN HILL TROUBLE.' POLICE v. MOri OF 4000. CONSTABLES CARRY THE DAJf. TOM MANN ARRESTED. J SOCIALIST BANNER CAPTURED. BATON FREELY USED. Broken 'Hill, Sunday. The critical situation that has pre vailed at Broken Hill developed into a riot yesterday. The silence of the last two days, taken by some as the U loru'n ner of a brighter outlook, was evidently of the nature of the calm before the storm, for yesterday an actual and &e- »nmi.nti-r look nlace between the police and a large body— numbering some thousands of the disaffected men. The first struggle was short and sharp, the mounted police saving their comrades on foot from the violence o£ the mob. The trouble occurred while the troopers were escorting a waggon, fill ed with supplies to the Proprietary Mine. A crowd of about fifteen hun dred followed, hooting and throwing ? ? TVir- latter stones at tue troops*. — ----- drove the mob back, and the foot po lice executed a rapid move, closed in and made several arrests. At ...
DEATH OF MRS. JAMES BATEUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
DEATH OF MRS. JAMES BATEUP. ne following notice appeared in the Sydney dailies 011 Friday: 'Mrs James Bntuup, 35 Gladstone-street, Eninore after a long and painful uiness, fas gone to test in peace.' Deceased was ! formerly well known in athurst. ?he was the wife of Mr. James Bateup.^n enip?oye« in the establishment' of 1 Messrs. Kelk and Beer, ana was a prvn inent worker in the Temperance cause ' * ' ? : ? ' .' I
The Australian Footballers. WALLABIES DEFEAT ALL ENGLAND. FINE FORWARD PLAY. London, January, 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
I The Australian Footballers. WALLABIES DEFEAT ALL ENGLAND. FINE FORWARD PLAY. ' London, January. 10. : Tlie Wallabies defeated England by 9 points (3 tries) to thiee points (one try). The ground was in splendid condition, and the game was a very fast one. There- were nearly 20,000 spectators. The- Wallabies played practically their best team, only Moran being absent ll-irnnrrh Innifiner.s. The start was sensational. . Mobbs, of 1 Leicester, scoring a brilliant try inside the 'first minute. Row got over for a lucky »iry twenty minutes later. The ball / screwed away from an English three-quarter who was endeavouring to touch.it down. The- scores were 'thus even at the end of the first half. The, second half was, expitihg. Rus sell scored a try by . following up' a high punt. ; Kusselradoed anotner Drimant try in tl e last minute, .after, a splendid passing i ush by. the. three-quarters. The victory v.arilue chiefly to'splendid scrum work . by the forwards, who 1 almost in variably se...
SENIOR COMPETITION. BATHURST v. ST. BARNABAS'. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
SENIOR GOMPET1TIOK. BATHURST v. ST. 'BARNABAS'..', On .Saturday afternoon' these teams commenced a competition match on the Sports Ground; Bathurst, 'batted first, but; made a bad start, four wickets falling for 16 runs. .'The ninth wicket was : most 'prolific of rulisfiBrownlow. and Caples , putting on 37-'runSj; but despite this the innings didn't-rrealise a, century. Pettit, bowled best,- though -Barnes had a better average.-; St; jBarnabas' made a good start,' their opponents' score being passed before^ the ???;fall. i of the third wicket. The innings: totalled 146, of which 'Kennav made 74. 'He^gave a chance^ 'behind th'e wicket and might have been^stumped twice, but he hit very, hard and- clean, - scoring 22 off one of Chapman's riovers-^twoi., sixers, two fourers, and a... two;-; Kelly batted well 1 for his runs,, despite, a- nasty blow on the 1 chin.' Suttor, -who: lor some incompre hensible reason was not tried until late, obtained 4 wickets for 11 runs.. The match will be ...
CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIA v. NEW SOUTH WALES. GEHRS BATS WELL. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
? . . CRICKET. . SOUTH, AUSTRALIA v. NEW SOUTH ? WALE.i. GEHRS BATS WELL. -. , Sydney, Sunday. - The- Sheffield Shield match between New- South Wales and South Australia was commenced yesterday, in cool weather. The visitors batted. first, but,; with the exception of.Gehrs, none did anything exceptional. -New.South Wales opened at 4.55 with Macartney and Bardsley, and ? the; pair succeeded in maintaining- their-wickets intact until the drawing of stumps. Macartney- gave two difficult' chances off L. R:' Hill, but Bardsley played good cricket, ^and gave not the semblance of a chancerslie was, -however, beaten twice byfl'Wnght in attempting to play the cramped,' cautious style that is'unsuited to him. The few overs- sent down by Wright showed that henvas-inigood-form with the ball. ? Scores Ir-: Sonth Australia— First Innings. Mayno; c G-orry, b Cotter . . ... 12 L^H,- Hill, Tun out ? ' 21 ;C.--Hill b'Kellew.Tvr,-.-.-;- - s,. 22 Gehrs, b Cotter - .. .. ? ??? 102 Dolling, lbw.tbJblmory...
BIG RESIDENCE BURNED. Sydney Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
big'Iresidence'^b^rned. 'H.i -? : - * .- j . ' ®-Jao£fr. ; Sydney/-, Sunday?* ? : At . Woollarira-f t0'-da^,-.-thef;(22-^0Erfe'd-| residence, of Mr.T^Knox,' ative.n^lmowir city business , man;,-riwas/ -burnt to' tlie'i ground.. Practically the : .whole ..of _ the'i valuable contents was- destroyed ..by' firo i or damaged by water.--. The:- loss amounts to several thousands ;of ^pounds. , The in surances amount -fo £ 10,000. A- safe con taining valuable deeds, etc.,- the, contents being worth £2000, . was recovered in tact. The furniture- alone was. insured for £4500.