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20 MILES ON A STRETCHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
- 20 MILES ON A STRETCHER. Last week our Burraga correspondent informed us of a serious burning acci dent to Mrs. Cosgrove, of Porter's Re treat. Word now comes that the unfor tunate woman was carried' on a stretcher 20 miles over rougu iuuu».n«u«u-» try to Burraga. About 47 men in all as sisted. A good number went out from Burraga to help those from Porters Re treat at 11 a.m., and arrived at Burraga^ Hospital at 9 p.m. ' ; I. J. ,1.1
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
? ? -why,,;;,. .- ? ??? SANDER & SONS' PURE --VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT suporior to any 0}hcr eucalyptus product? Becauso it is the re&ult of full experience and of a special and careful process of manufacture, and tho danger attending the use of tho irresponsible preparations which are now palmed off an 'Extracts ' are avoided. A death was recently reported from the use of one of these concoctions, and at an action at law, a sworn witness testified that he suffered the mosj cruel irritation from tho application to an ulcer of another, which was sold as ' just at good as SANDER'S EXTRACT.' Thero fore, bewaro of such deception. Rememborr that iu medicine a drop that cures is bettet than a tablespoonful that kills, aud insist upon the proparatio'j which was proved by exports at the Supreme Court of Victoria and by numerous authorities during tho last 3d yearg to be a product of genuine merit, viz., THE GENUINE SANDER AND SONS' PURF VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX TRACT. F. Hear...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
BATHURST ANNIVERSARY RACE MEETING. — Sportsmen can meet ™iTTl'„BrothGr FP°''ts ' at HOWDEN'S COURi HOUSE HOTEL. Correspon dencc invited. ELMSWOOD .SCHOOL, 214 Itussell-st. Term begins WEDNESDAY, 27th JANUARY. Mrs. CHIPPINDALL. ; Furnish no rooms toIlet. Board Optional, Mrs. M.UNFORD, Clear View House, Eowick and Bentinck-streots. HAlUDRESSiCR WANTED^Kmart Im prover, uble Cut Ilair and Shavo. W, SOUTliR, Main-stiect, Lithgow. WANTED, a clean, active, respectable Youth, for kitcheii work and yard. Also, Tioy-fo!' general work. No cigarette smoker need apply. Apply PARK HOTEL WANTED, - Cook and Laundress. 'Ap- ply TURRELL'S AGENCY; Wil- liam -street. .....
ALLEGED GAMBLING. MADE A BET WITH A POLICEMAN. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
. ALLEGED GAMBLING. ' ? MADE A BET WITH A POLICEMAN. Sydney, Tuesday. Ernest Knight, 35, ;a painter, .was charged at the Redfern. Police Court to-, day with .having, . been ,'at ., Woolf-road, North Botany, on December 1 6, for the; purpose of 'betting 'in. contravention of section i8:'of the Gaming and' Betting Act, 1906.'-- ' ' 111c eviuencc-'was mac rroqationary Constable Jones;? acting underinstruc tions, went to Ascot and remained out side. Knight ; was', ther^,' and about 300 other people. The constable asked -Knight, .' What are the odds :about Lady Isabel,' to which; he replied,- ,*.' 4 to i;-'- Witness' gave him a.shilling, a: sixpence, and two marked threepenny pieces.-. .'He, next saw him at the police station, where he identified him as the man. with whom he had made a bet'7 Knight only.. put- UUWI1 liJb IIJUIU1S iu a UUIC UUUK. After further evidence Mr.' Payten said he was satisfied that the sole reason why Kuight went there was, for betting. He imposed a fine of £20, ...
CHILD FALLS THIRTY FEET. CABMAN ARRESTED. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
, CHILD, FALLS THIRTY FEET/ . jI( ' J,'r, CABMAN ARRESTED. ?? Svdnev. Tuesdav: ... yesterday, a, child named/John- Rob .ertss fell a distance of 30 feet over the Raihyay Bridge, at Red fern,- and sus tamed^seyere ..injuries,.. It ;was alleged .thatja^pass'errby pushed the child over;, an^ ito-day 'a. cabman was detained on- suspicion' in ''connection with the, affair.
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. The vast majority of the' inhabitants of the Transvaal are opposed to the unification of South Africa unless Pre toria is fixed as the capital of the Fed erated States. TJon+nv'a Wnsliliifrtnn nnrrPKTiondent Btates that Mr. EliUu Root, U.S. Secre tary of State, and Mr. Bryce, the British Ambassador, have signed a treaty set tling the difficulties between the United State's and Canada regarding the water way. Reuter's correspondent states that the Imperial Government does not intend to regain Imperial control of Equimalt, the British Columbian naval statloii. , The death is announced of Lily, Du chess of Marlborough, who married thirdly, the late Lord William Beres ford. The Temple at Lakilchole, in the Dac . ca district of India, has been desecrat ? ed by tlio Koran being substituted for ah i: imago. The Hindoos are greatly excited.
PUBLICLY GUILLOTINED. London, January [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
. -r,; v . .ma n ,nl, ( _v. r,;JU-nq,on1£i.jaiiuaiy u. Of 22 persons under sentence of death' in France,, where there ijas; been- no car pltal^puinsjiment since; 1905; four were publ^l}',,guilloyn,ed at Bethurie-yester-! day, jn jficorifance. with, the de'cisioh.j:6f the Chamber of Deputies, maintaining capital . punishment. An enormous crowd - treated .this quadruple execution as a popular; fete, shouting deatlr to the murderers, 'and i cheering the fall of each -head.
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH The Man from Condobolin. TAKES DOWN SYDNEITES. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
NEWS BY TELECRAFh] (From New South Wales Country' '' Prcssi Association ). The Man from, Condobolin. TAKE-DOWN SYDNEITES. . ? A. . Sydney, Tuesdav. For some days past a man, represent ing himself as a. squatter. from Condobo-. lin, has been .passing .off valueless cheques on city tradesmen. The extent of his operations' involve about £60. The police, Who' have been, vigilant respecting the ' matter, to-day arrested a man- on suspicion of being identical with.-the perpetrator of these false pre tences,-:,, .7.:! & : .,
BOXING. THE BOOM DECLINING. O'READY v. KELLY. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
BOXING. } THE BOOM DECLINING. , . ?j O'GRADY v. KELLY. p.- Sydney, Tuesdays ' At the Gaiety-Club to-night, I-rank O'Grady, 8.io, boxed Arthur Kelly, 9 o,.| the best of 20 rounds. The attend ii ance showed the evident' decline of the1 boxing boom, (he house being' barely .half filled. ? The contest went the full 20 rounds, v 'O'Grady led right from the start, re -. peatedly scoring on. Kelly, who, how ever, doggedly followed his quick-looted -and alert opponent in the evident hope of finding an opening which rarely pre sented itself. Even when it was offered he was loo slow to take it.- Not until the 17th round did Kelly, become ag gressive, but Inotwithstanding this game sally, referee Barron ^warded the fight to O'Grady. Earlier in the evening Ryan, of Cobar, i and Burke, of Candelo, settled a per sonal dispute in a 20 round go.. Burke looked a certain winner, showing himself '.-!'« to be a superior boxer, although Ryan fought gamely. It came as a surprise ???.« 'when at thr conclu...
Mining. THE "LLOYD" MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
Mining. r5 ' THE 'LLOYID'' MINE. A copy of the directors' report and accounts of.'- the 'Lloyd' 'Copper Com pany, Ltd., for the. year ended on Juuo 30 last, Is n'ow to hand, the' ! tenth ordin ary general meeting of . shareholders having been fixed for December 10 in London. The report says:—. 'It will bo seen from the manager's icj^uiu mul mc iuuu»fac vtcuicu uuring the year (of which only four months were worked full)' totalled 36,102, for a return of 960 tons of refined copper; the average recovery being 2,659 per cent, copper per ton of ore. The cost of production is rather in excess of that of the previous 12 months, but , flits is only to be expected on account of tho smaller quantity of ore dealt with, and enhanced price of fuel. By referring to the profit and loss account it will be noticed that before writing off deprecia tion there has been a small loss on the year's working of £1219 12s 7d, and that, after allowing for this item, there is a balance to debit of £9091 8s 7d...