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SPORTING. THE TURF. MOOREFIELD RACES. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
SPORTING. THE TURF. MOOREFIELD IiAOES. . ? . j ? v ' 'Sydney,' Sunday., The January meeting .of the Moore field Racing Club was held yesterday,' under conditions that were distinctly fa vorable to good sport. Results1:'— ' Kogarah Stakes, 1 mile, — Glennella, 8.4, 1 ; Britain, 6.10, 2 ; Mascano,-;--7.o;. 3. .Betting :-, 5, to 2 Metal King-,4 to 1 the winner. v.u Won very easily by . six i lent-ms. . lime 1 44. 1 ' Jwo'rYepr_0'd Handicap, 4-, .furlongs. —The Twister,. 7,10, 1 pFlavignyj. ,7.10/ 2 ? Acroipire, 9 5, 3. Betting-:.,, 5*'lo- 2 Flayigny ; 4 ^to r the winner. VYon1^ by two/lengths, Time 52secs ? ? ' . Stewards' Mile. — High Lady, 8.12, i?j Hela,-7.7, 2 ; Marlee, 7.0,-3.,- The win ner r.was favorite. , . Won, after a good race, by a head. Time 1.43^. Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs.— Boro- dino, 8.0, 1 ; Reflect, 7. 10, 1 ; Confetti, 7.10, 3. The winner was favorite. Won by a length, i Time 1.1.7. ' Moorefield ' Handicap, 1 Jif mile. — ! Hela, 7,Oi 'x j . Sweet . Home, 7.13, 2; ...
A GREAT LAW SUIT DECIDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
A GREAT LAW SUIT DECIDED. The Suprem* Court, the People, have decided that Dr. Sheldon's Nsw Dis covery wlnB against Coughs, Colds, and Consumption. Price, 1/6 and 3/ . Obtainable at Mockler Bro3., George *8t.f Bathurst; E. Morgan, Burraga.* . Among the passengers by the Per icles, which made Sydney Harbor on Saturday, were 213 immigrants, includ ing 122 farm laborers, 2G domestics,: and 05 with nominates* passages. . -? :-
Another Big fire. TIMBER MILLS DESTROYED. Lismore, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
Another Big Fire. I -.TIMBER MILLS DESTROYED. - . : Lismore, Sunday. I ?tv aisastrous hre broke out early yes terday morning on the premises of the Richmond River Timber Company. In less than an hour the, whole of the valu able machineiy and, timber, valued at about ' ^28,000; was destrisyed. s-'The fire-is bejieved to have originated in the blacksmith's shop,. attached to thei pre mises, and before.it was discovered' by an employee, it had obtained an exten sive hold.' Before.,, the. brigade- could cover the two miles necessary to reach the burning biiijdjng,| the roof had/alien in. The flames wereijiowever, -'/success- fully prevented - from reaching- a large shed containing much valuable machin ery. V.v . ..
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH Explosion at Hartley. ONE KILLED.-FOUR INJURED. Lithgow, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
IWS BY TELEGRAPH (From New South Wales Country Press Association). I Explosion at Hartley. ONE KILLED.-FOUR INJURED. Liihgow, Saturday, j An accident occurred at the Com monwealth Oil Co.'s refining works, Hartley Vale, on Friday, whereby cine man was killed and four others injured. A^tank of naptha exploded, and took fife, and. ill endeavouring to extinguish the flames a man named Simpson was overcome by the fumes. .Four others working with him suffered injii'ry,' and two were brought to Lithgow Hospital. Simpson was marrfed., and had a large family dependent upon liifh. '
THE RAILWAY TRAFFIC. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
: THE' RAILWAY- TRA FFIC. « ? - Sydney, Sunday. Returns'liave-been furnished showing that big increaros,' both in passenger traffic and stocka-carriage, have- taken place during the past year. The in crease in the latter, is no donbt due in a great measure-to the necessity for remov ing starving stock. The number .of sheep yarderl at 1'lemmgton last year was 310,025 and of cattle 11,7^496. This is far in excess of any return since the eaily eighties. The return ..jilso shows that for the seven- principal, holidays the traffic has increased^ in six, years; from 660,000 to 936,000.
A Bitter Battle. PRESIDENT AND CONGRESS. ROOSEVELT STARTS EXPOSING. London, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
A Bitter Battle. PRESIDENT AND CONGRESS. ROOSEVELT STARTS EXPOSING. London, January 10. f A bitter struggle is in progress, bu ' twcen President Roos ;v*lt ft nil Con u tress* i: Tlie President intimated that tlie Sen ate was not entitled fo direct members ~~~ / the Cabinet to furniS'i auy informa tion, as the Cabinet was solely, and?!- his control. President Roosevelt assumed enuie ? responsibility in the matter in question, 0 viz , that of allowing tho Steel Trust ? lo purchase the Tennessee Coal and - Iron Company's stock a year ago to prevent a panic. The President's opponents emphasise j the statement that the Trust's Only 1 '. competitor was thus absorbed. The Senate yesterday resolved, largely ??'?at the instance ot Senator Culberson, to ... instruct the Judicial Committee to re ? port whether President Roosevelt was authorised to promote the absorption. The New York correspondent o£ the 'Times' says this is Interpreted as a Bop to the Democrats rather than as a desire on the...
CABLE NEWS. THE MESSINA EARTHQUAKE. RELIEF MEASURES. REBUILDING OF THE CITY. London, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
CABLE NEWS. THE MESSINA EARTHQUAKE. BELIEF MEASURES. REBUILDING OF THE CITY. j London, January 10. The Mansion House Dund, inaugur ated by the Lord Mayor of London, fo -'* the relief of sufferers by the Messina earthquake, has reached a total of ^80,000. ; Mr. Pember Reeves, Commissioner for New Zealand, and Mr. T. A .1 a ? t ? ? \ vr — c?~..iu (jognian, Ageni-ueueiui iui wcw ouuui Wales, have received the warmest thanks of the Italian Government for donations to the relief- fund. The Italian Chamber cheered Premier Giolitti's announcemenf that Messina would be rebuilt. The same would be the case with Reggio. The Chamber ' granted .£1,250,000 from the budget surplus to provide for the urgent need of reconstructing the public buildings, and * as an off-set imposed a surtax on certain sources of revenue for two years.
AFTER TWO YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
u AFTER TWO YEARS. \ The Immigration and Tourist Bureau is constantly receiving evidence of the * faith new arrivals have in their adopted country. A young man who arrived in this State from Scotland two years ago ' called at the bureau last week, and inti mat'd that he wisliert to nominate his father and mother, three brothers, and 1 s'x sisters, for assisted passages. 1 o prove his -bonafides he paid down the : sum of £72 to cover the fares, and he hopes to have the family settled with him i: in three months' time. Practically the whole of the amount paid represents this young man's savings, and it certainly speaks well for the thrift and industry of an immigrant who can do so much ! within such a short period: Extensive bush fires have been raging in the Downs towards Tambo, Queens land. It'is reported that half of Lans downe run has been burnt out, and that the out-station has been destroyed. ^ The next conference of the Shop As 1 sistants and Warehouse Employees' Federation wil...
FROM BAR TO CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
-? . FROM BAR' TO CABINET. ' The 'Mudgee Guardian' has the fol &nbsp; lowing reference to Mr. Austin Chap man, late Postmaster-General in the Deakin Ministry: 'We were reminded of 'Aussie,' as ex-Minister Austin Chapman was familiarly known at Dungaree, Brogan's Creek, and other main camps while the Mudgee line was in the course of coustruction. He was always regarded as a hale fellow well met, and as also was his partner in the butchering business — Mr. Mahony. They did a thriving trade in' those: places, and besides selling good beef at a reasonable price, and being just business men, they won the esteem- of the navvies by the democratic views to which thy gave expression in those conservative days. Although tho work men prophesied that Chapman would yet make a name for himself in the future history of Australia, the mod est young man underrated his ability. So do all the naturally-gifted till they are brought in contact, and exchanges opinions, with the superfluity of me ...
COUNTRY NEWS. SOFALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909
COUNTRY NEWS. SOFALA. (From our Correspondent). &nbsp; Wedding.— An extremely pretty wed- ding was celebrated at Christ Church, Sofala, on the afternoon of January 6, when Miss Alice E. Taylor, eldest &nbsp; daughter of Mr. Geo. Taylor, of Sofala, was united to Mr. W. W. Bitton, of Petersham. The service was fully chor- al, the hymns, 'The Voice That Breath- ed O'er Eden,' and 'O Perfection, ' being rendered by an augj'ii-.le choir Miss Joan Cobb presided at the organ, and played 'The Wedding March'' as the wedding party left the Church. Punc- &nbsp; tually at three o'clock the bride entered the Church on the arm of her father, attended by the Misses Frances Taylor and Edith Briton. The bridegroom was supported by Messrs. Primrose and Penny. Handsome and most becoming toilettes were the order of the day. Af- ter the ceremony a reception was held in the public hall by Mr. and Mrs. Tay- lor, when several toasts were duly and happily honored. Subsequently the ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909
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CHURCH COLLAPSES—40 KILLED. London, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909
CHURCH COLLAPSES— 4Q KILLED. ui'iifT. - London, January il. The roof of -an old church collapsed -at Nax, Switzerland, : during the service 'and killed ' 40: ' Sixty - of ; the. Villagers ? ' : . wero injured. Some attribute the, acci dent to an earthquake' shock, but others' *a (declare tfiat' It Was ' caused fby. the ring-' ing of the , bells when the; strength of .*? the building liafl beenimpaii-ed bjr exten ??i v: sion work. ' ' ' ' f' f:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909
TO CURE -INDIGESTION 1 '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 Tabutes, which contain all the natural digestants 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. Morgiin, Burrosa.,* t ; , . , ?; -u , u