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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
,.- THE A. H. AND P. SECRETARY. | The Honorary Secretary of the Bath- 1 urst A. H. and P. Association — Mr. W. : G. -Thompson — has handed in to Ilia President (Mr. Robert L. Gilmour) his resignation, and this will be considered , by the committee at a meeting called for .v. uiunun IUWIUWL. JLUIO OIC1J un 1110 part of Mr. Thompson was not unexpect- j 'e d aa at tlio annual meeting he stated that1 ho would only accept the appoint-' ment until after the first meeting of the new commmittee. For several years past ho has expressed his determination to retire as he has felt keenly the strain upon him, and the heavy tax upon his time involved in carrying out the duties of bo Important an office. It was only at the earnest solicitation of many sub-j ecrlbersj and because of the keen Interest he has had in the suc cess of the Association that ho has' refrained from withdrawing from the position. Mr. Thompson's long connection with the Association is well known, and the work lie has accom pl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
Mr. A. Aufjliti, Kureka-Etreet, Ballarnt, Vic., writes : ' Chambcrlnin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is n tip-top remedy for crumps in tho stomccli, diarrhoea ond dyseutry. I linve used it nnd cau tlicieforo attest to its merits. I never fail to praiso Ohnmborlain'i Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea [ Hcmedyi whenever an opportunity presents itself.' For ealo by L. Edfjley and Co. Clements & McCarthy 3ATHURST, N.S^W. AUCTIONEERS, OEHERAL AGENTS » VALUATORS scales of Fat anil Store Stock MONDAYS & THURSDAY At Corporation Saleyards. dloaring-Out, Land, & Other Sales. To Suit the Convenience c.f Vend.ors - to Trespassers. PERSONS found TRESPASSTNW GUT TING- FENCES, or DRIVING STOCK in the undermentioned lauds WILL BE PROSECUTED after this date: — KILLONGIiUTl'A EPVATE; 0 RINK A ESTATE. SA I/flt A SI ESTATE OANGOURA ESTATE BLARNEY ESTATE NDER80N BU08. f
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
Fat J WUWL ( Stock & Stock /RMWPm St&tioiv Salesmen \2S5S3) Agents. REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKIMS, MARSUPIAL SKINS. SELLING PER CENT. CHARGES ON WOOL. SELLING BROKERS OftLY Offices and Stores 1 CIRCULAR QUAY, — SYDNEY. ? QUICK RETURNS. LIBERAL ADVANCES. ? ' ') ABRAHAM'S HLLST] ^ ? I THE GREAT LIVER TONIG AND I I BLOOD PURIFIER. 1^. A Positive Cure for , INDIGESTION. '?! ' BILLIOUSNESS. , ~ DYSPEPSIA.' GOUT & RHEUMATISM. K,DNEY TROUBLES. I : J m ^ purely Vegetable Compound). j i 1 g - HAS STOOD THE TEST OF so YEARS. I (v I T'c infLaSecT-dy for REMOVES URIC ACID. L j| J. S. ABRAHAM, I' I Fot» Country Houses. 1 Oefiause the mela! Ahects (hat compose 1 Eg Wunderllch Ceilings are entirely fire- jg || jrfsK restating, tho houae that l» fitted with then 2 |$ fB much safer lhan (he ordinary home. §5 j|i| J$r Is more artistic, toth _ ]| ^ JHr To the tasteful householder theift steel | Kb. /fir ceilings are a boon and a blessing, perm...
PREMIER AND EX-PREMIER. REGRETTABLE INCIDENT IN BRISBANE. Brisbane, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
PREMIER AND EX-PREMIER. REGRETTABLE INCIDENT IN _ BRISBANE. Brisbane. Mondav. Just before the' Government steam er left the wharf to-night, in connec tion with: the Ministerial dinner to Mr. Fisher; Mr. Kidston came aboard and shook hands with all he met. He came ? to Mr. Airey (ex-Home Secre Lai sr, wii.ii a. uucciv, nuw are you, Airey, old chap?' the Premier extended his hand. Mr. Airey looked dubious, then nervous, but made .10 move to -.reciprocate. 'What, aren't you going to shake : hands?' asked the ?Premier. - Mr. Airey shook his head. 'Oh, -well,' remarked the Pre mier, 'if you can't shake hands with your host, I think you had better go ashore as quickly as; you -can.' Mr. Airey sat stolidly on, while Mr. Kid ston continued greeting those around him. Returning to~ Mr. Airey/, he said, 'Look here', I don't think this is any place for you, if you can't shake hands with your host.' ? Mr. Airey sat for a second or two as if unde term.'nPd what to do; then he ;oso from . his ?sea...
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
SYDNEY' PRODUCE SALES. ? - Sydney, Tuesdav. ; Thir.ty^five trucks of produce were cf ?fefed by .auction .at, pentral . Railway ?Yalf'ds this momirig; only three failing, to .find-purchasers. ' . f , Choice chaff 5s 3d to _ 5s , 4d,.. prime ,4«'9d to s's, medium, 4.S '4'd;; to 4s 3d,' Prime large bale lucerne hay. 5s id- to SS- 3d, medium 4s '9'd. ! Whitfe maize 4s gs/zd, New potatoes ss to 5s gd, medium 4s to--4s(id, inferibf 'is' 6d.
N.S.W GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
N:S..W GOLD YIELD. The usual returzi furnished by, the' Un ider-SecretaTy for Mines shows that the 'gold yi'eld recorded for this State during the month of December is 23,G62oz crude equal to 21, 749oz fine, valued at £92, 428, -a3 compared with 29,192oz crude', equal to 24,749oz fine, valued at £105, 128, for the same month in 1907. The yield; for the year 1908 was 261,683oz crude, equal to 224,792oz fine, valued at £954,854, as compared with 289,013oz crude, equal to 247,363oz fine, valued at £1,050,730, for the year 1907, thus show ing a decrease of 22,571oz flue and- £95, 876 Ir. value,
General News [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
f General 'News Mr. Waddeil^ advocated, the sconstruc- tion of the, transcontinental aud trans Austral^an raiiways, :: RefeiTlng to State Finances,.. Mr. Waddell said he felt no. .apprehension about ;;them till 1910. . : -'iSiJ '' ine^Austranan Association for the Adyancement ,pf; Science -commenced »? conference at Brisbane; on - Monday, Professor Orme -M^sson .-was -.-.elected ?President of rthe, next meeting- -to - ba ?held ..in Sydney. Professor : ^Da vid has been awarded, the, Mueller me ;aai;foi;Ti his. work . in ; connection -with Austrplasiau, .geology, r' ' n!': ' 'Dr. Coulter, Deputy- P. G;M. for Can -ada,j and Mr,- J,;S. Larlce, commercia;! 'representative for the Dorninioii,' have conferred with Mr. Batchelor on the -: trade relations between 'Australia arid Canada. ; ? ' The, Industrial :ReglstrAr-'ha^drd£red' the' Railway and Tramway- ? Service 'Association to reinstate three suspend ed- members. Twb-third3 of the;--. coke 'ovens at Bellambi, were; , stopped on Monday ...
GIBB AND BEEMAN, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
GIBB AND BEEMAN. LTD. The return visit to Bathurst oS'Cibb and Beeman, Consulting Opticians, of 6 Hiiuter-street', Sydney, will be made on Friday, February 2nd at the Park Ho tel from 10 a.m. to 6 ftm. Messrs. Gibb and Beeman who are well knbwn as sight-testing experts, will continue to visit Bathurst every few weeks and may be consulted on all defects of the eyes requiring correctly-adapted glasses. 1 All sufferers from any eye troubles 1 should consult this well known and re liable firm. One' of the principals person ally visits Bathurst. Date of next visit, February 12th.
SPORTING. CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIA v. NEW SOUTH WALES. SOUTH AUSTRALIA COLLAPSES. N.S.W. WIN BY NINE WICKETS. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
SPORTING. I . CRICKET. (SOUTH AUSTRALIA v. NEW SOOTH I- . WALEoi. ; SOUTH AUSTRALIA COLLAPSES. N.S.W. WIN BY NIWE WICKETS. Svdnev, Tuesday. ? The inter-state match between N.S.W. and. South Australia was concluded to day in fine weather. ? . The N.S.W. innings soon closed, Gorry, after adding 2 to his overnight score, being easily caught at mid on by Claxton. The total realised was 447. South Australia, wanting 176 to save an innings aeieac, opened wun iviayne and L. R. Hill, but with only one on the board, Mayne was smartly taken at the wickets. Clem Hill joined L. R. Hill, but after scoring 2, E. L, Waddy at third mnn brilliantly took a chance. Two 'wick ''s had now fallen for 5 runs. Gehrs fo'lo vrr?, but when the score was at 35, Colur found Hill's . wicket Evidently the batsman thought the ball was wide of the stfomps for he made no attempt to, play it; ' 'Dolling partnered Gehrs, ana the pair-after bringing up the the half-century in 40 minutes, withstood . the attack until th...
Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. Svdnev. Tuesdav. Wheat, 3s 8jd to 3s 8.\d;.tomo holders asked 3s 9id, ' ? . , Flour. Sydney roller, £9 6s: couutryi makes, £9. Mill offal, bran and pollard, N.,«.\V.,'£G per ton. Brnn, £5. ? Pollaid. £6^ Muize, Victorian, 53; Qupen.«l.-ind, 4s Od : , weevi'y, 4a 6d to 4a 8d ; South Africun,' 43 10, d ; islands, 4s 9d. Barley, Uapo, 4S to 4s 2d. _ Oaf a, white, 9d to 2d IOd; ee:ond qual ity, -s 7d to 2s 8d ; Tasmaniau, 3s : New Zea land, 2s l id to 3.». Wheat, primo chink, 3s IOd to -Is. unan : ocmtti Australian, nominal, to £5 : Yiotoriuu, £0. , . .Oaten lmy, 'Vic tori 111, £5 10?. ' Derrick straw, Tasmaniun, £2 17s 60. ? Lucerne hiiy, Hunter River, prime dry green; £5 ; prime brown, £4 10s. ? J--^.a*-uest Northern Rivers, £4; Tasmanian redskins, £1 ? darkskins, ^5 10a to £6 : Hun ter -River, £5 10s.' Onions, Victorian, £G. '- Kllttor J.. ? ? 1 . pur owl-, l^uoicesc, 100s ; good, 96s tp 98a ; second quality and medium, 88s to 90s. iliacon, prime -fa...
BIG INCREASE IN CADETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
BIG INCREASE IN CADETS. The tables of the establishment of the Australian Army in .New South Wales were published on Saturday. There' is an increase of 27 in the per manent forces? and 18 in' the militia; a decrease of 100 in tbejiyoljinteers; and an increase oi lisuz in the cadets. There is therefore a decrease of 40 al lowed for in the army,, which is to be 8585, instead of 8625. But counting the cadets there' is an increase of 1203. That is to say, there are 22,087 trained men and boys allowed for in New South Wales this year as against 20 124 last year. Far more than half are cadets.
RAIL TO BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
RAIL TO BROKEN HILL. The Minister for Works, Mr. Lee, in turning the first sod of the CowraCa nowlndra railway on Monday, referred to the project of constructing a railway to Broken Hill. He said the, day was close at hand when they must open the great western country, and connect it WiLli UAOil Xllli Uy IttilWtiy. II,. .illUBl not be considered that it was to remain dormant with land equal in' richness tp almost any part of the State, and the day would come when that great west ern country would become one of the most vdiuable assets of the State.