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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
INTEREST AWAKENED .' ' Interest awakened everywhere in the marvellous cures of Cuts, Burns, and Wounds with ,Dr. Sheldon's Mag netic Liniment. Price 1/6 and 3/. Ob tainable at MocKler Bros., George-Bt., Bathurst; E. Morgan,' Burraga.* The Commonwealth- : ' council of the Rifle Associations of Australia has re ceived an invitation to send a team to America, to compete 'in an international contest during September next. A communication from the Agricul tural Department to the Fruitgrowers' Union states that phylloxera is spread ing in the County of Cumberland. _ Mrs. S. L. Morrison, Humffray-street, Ballarat, Vic., writes : ' Both my mother and I are firm believers in Chamberlain's 1 ablets. We have used them for stomach mnst r0Ublen\, atld f°'nd tllSm most effective. Hie use of, most pills ia followed by constipation, bpt, Ciiamber lain s 3 ablets, are so mildJah'd gentle in their action that - tliey , leave no bad after effect. Fot.8ale.by, L,..Edgley aud Co. J
CABLE NEWS. THE MESSINA EARTHQUAKE. FURTHER RESCUES. THE OPHIR AS A HOSPITAL. RELIEF FUNDS. London, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
CABLE NEWS. THE MESSINA EARTHQUAKE. ./ FARTHER RESCUES. . / THE OPHIR AS A ,J£OSPITAL, RELIEF FUNDS. London, January -12. A woman and child were rescued alive from the ruins at Messina yesterday. Bluejackets working under the guid ance of the British. Military Attache at Rome have extrciated the body of Mrs. Pogson, wife of the' British'Consul. The OrienI E.M.S. OPiiir, 'homeward- bound for Australia, hearing of the dis: aster ivucu awL uauuiiig a , iimuo every preparation for the relief of tlie victims. Second-class passengers were quartered with the first-class, and the second-class saloon and smoking-rooms were converted i::to hospital?. High: tributes are paid to tlie assist ance rendered by everybody on board. The only buildings- at Reggio which remain iutact were built on Dr. Capac ci's pla'ns in 1906. They are constructed of hollow brick's with, vertical and hori zontal wires which give great elasticity. The American donation to the Relief Fund amounts to £720,000. The Mansio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
Now is the time to take a holiday, e*5' out into tho country, on tlie mountains!, and visit the seashore, but do not forget to take a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era, and Diarrhoea Remedy along with you. It is almost certain to bo needed, and can not bo obtained on railroads or steamships. It is too much of a risk for anyone to leave home on a journoy without it. For sale by L. Edgloy and Co. Mr. Lee, Minister for Works, tura* -d .the first so-1 oil the Cowra to Can owlndra railway on Monday. Tlie lino will be 24 miles long, and will cost '£4244 per mite. In the speechmaking which . followed, Mr. ,,Lee Intimated that the Broken' Hill railway.-;' must soon be constructed. 1 ? ? - 1 .
Senator and President. TILLMAN'S REPLY. London, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
Senator and President. .TILLMAN'S REPLY. : '.' 1 ' London, January 12. Senator Tillman's reply to President Roosevelt, in a speech. iu the Senate was a striking episode!. The galleries were packed, diplomatists and . Congressmen participating In tlie- riotous rush, to se cure admittance. Tillman denied doing anything illegal, and accused Roosevelt of personal mal ice. He called the President a coward, who, while' shielding his dear friend Harriman, who held 2,000,000 acres of the public domain attacked him - (Till man) for wanting to buy 1440 acres. Sen ator Tillman demanded a searching in vestigation. , . _ .. .. u.t The speech 'was heard in. silence, ^aud. there was no applause. ;
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
FUNERAL. &nbsp; PURDON. — The friends of Messrs. George, Benjamin, John, and Gordon Purdon, Mrs. William Barton, Mrs. David Rea, and the Misses Alicia, Francis, Lydia, and Elsie Purdon are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their late dearly beloved mother, &nbsp; Mrs. Jane Purdon, to move from her late residence, Langdale, Bloom Hill, TO-MOR- ROW (THURSDAY) MORN'ING at (10) ten o'clock, for the Clurch of England Cemetery, O'Connell Plains. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; W. S. HODGE, Undertaker, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Telephone 42. 57 Keppel-street. &nbsp; &nbsp;
DEATH OF MRS. PURDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
DEATH OF MRS. PURDON. Another old resident of the O'Connell district, in the person of Mrs. Purdon, died yesterday, aged 64 years. Her hus- band predeceased her by three years, and since his death her health has not been good. Mrs. Purdon was highly re- spected by a wide circle of friends. She leaves a family of ten. The funeral takes place this morning.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909
TENDEfiis. TENDERS are invited for Preliminary Work to PUEPARE SITE FOR NEW PATRICIAN BROS'. SCHOOL, BATH URST. - Plans and 'Specifications may ba seen at' the Office of tho undersigned, -to ;w?i6m end'orsed tenders must be deliverid not later than noon,' Tuesday, 19th lust. . , j. f. Kenny. ';. '.?i,Arbhiftot'.':V-' Excliange Buildings,,,.. - . r.r Bathurst. '. j,-. Harden West Goldmining Convs -.sy (MO LIABILITY). '' Tenders for Shaft Sinking; TENDEES. are invite, d,-j-eturnable. on: or before the 20tli,Jiinuary, for tho Sink ing of tlie prsseut 3 compartment shaft now down 200 feet for a further distance of 100 feet. .... Specifications Can bei seen at the Mine, Harden, or at the Company's Office, Equitable BuildingB, George-street, Sydney. A. E. ttUBB, Secretary. .. Sydney,' 7th January, 1909. Government Architect's Office, , ' Bathurst, 8/l/'09. ., TENDERS, addressed to tlie Clerk of Petty, Sessions, at Bathurst, and endorsed 'Tender for Public School, Duramana,'.' will be rece...
Californian and Jap. MORE STRINGENT MEASURES. London, January, 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
' Californian and Jap.; MORE STRINGENT MEASURES. London, January, !?. Bills have been introduced into the Californian legislation' to empower the segregation of Tapariese^atid Chinese by municipalities, to bar'the Japanese from Public School.0, and put various business restraints upon them. ^ President Roosevelt characterises the measures as a piece of folly, ; bad faith, and iniquity. - The Japanese press, is. -evincing, in-' dignation.
RECIPROCITY WITH CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
RECIPROCITY WITH CANADA. Dr. Coulter, Deputy ;Pbstmaster-Geu- eral of ; the Dominion of Canada, had an interview with the Minister for Cus toms on Tuesday,: Mr. J. S. Lurke, Trade Commissioner for Canada, was also present. Stress was laid on thd fact that Western Canada is already an important, and should be a groW ing market for Australian fruits, certain times of- the year Canada j ports a great deal of frozen nation,! which it has been contended /i- Hvai:-.| might easily supply. In re'gp ? Ip Ca nadian furs and Australian: ?-??-?o!. 'A was agreed by the represents \v ioth countries that there wr U.Y-ef field for reciprocity. Mr. Tr v'it; visitors that -the inr ? u niacbinnvv would not be rep'ur J, ;s 'AuRtrnllr. preferred to mp : ? ; ' .ictt- ro &er pv ; 1 . JThe homes* r, : Jluinhlo.ki /i sta tion, 3S.imT: jrom :Narro.i)-', : has been J-ur»' ' wc, v, ;y |
SPORTING. BOXING. ANDREWS v. WHITELAW. TWO CLEVER FIGHTERS. Sydney, Wednesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
SPORTING. I BOXING. ! j ' ANDREWS, y. W HITELA'yT,^ , . ' TWO CLEVER PIGHTERS; ' . Sydney,' AVe'dnesday. night. To-night s contest at ' the;; Stadium between Monte Andrews and Bob Whitelaw, who - hails,;'from Newcastle, proved to be an ekciting affair practi cally from start to'-'firrish. Both men boxed! under- it istone, and showed themselves to be of the brainy order of fighters. ... The first round was./tame. though it was evident inatjt .vvnitela\y, continued driving his right to the body as effectively as he had succeeded. in doing, it must eventually tell its tale. .. Andrews boxed cleverly, but his ' blpws, while well directed and often sent in apparently with sledge-'-.ammfer force, were, on the whoh, n'U so powerful as ' those of his opponent. -The latter kept well out of harrii's way,' and' getting lo close quaiters occasionally, 'without clinching, he dealt' out' deadly punishment on the lower ribs. Andrews was not idle and gave. tlow for blow. At times they made things e...
THE BLAYNEY DISTRICT. A GLOOMY OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
THE BLAYNEY DISTRICT. I A' GLOOMY OUTLOOK. A:telegrani from Blayney states that! the continued absence of rain is severely felt,' and stock hns now in many cases to be driven to water. In a majority of the paddocks fairly good grass remains, and stock have so far kept in good con dition, but the dry weather is now beginning to tell on them, especially where they have to be driven to water. Rabbits are very numerous every where, trapping, being- practically the only means employed. to decrease .their numbers. : Poisoning 'has now. pery liyle effect, in consequence^ o( ,tl\e' 'hardh;ess; of *the ground, ..and .''paddocks,' which, , were 'not wire-netted; are 'ovetruh with the past, j ? ? ? ? ? - The' heavy winds of last -veek had. disastrous jesults on tn^frui^.tjgs^/'^KlV the orchards, .wqre carrying a splesnt^i^ show of friiif/ and . _tfie';'li£^.s^aspn^fpr! mapy years^ was .ex^ctMa, es|iecia]iy in apples.- ? inJs'6Vne;£ase?!tre^ wcre';c6m.^ pletely stripped' of ^very 'vestige Vf ' ...
INDUSTRIAL OUTLOOK. WORSE IN THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
-A'r.ii! INDUSTRIAL OUTLOOlC ... ... - WORSE IN THE ' COUNTRY. ; Mr. -Wi !P. Sch'ey '(ijirector of ''tpar bour), concerning tie ' operations of the Labour Bureau ' during December, says:— '' '? - 'Taking the country as a whole', industrial matters find prospects again declined during December. Only 45 per cent, of the reports say that the pastoral outlook Is from fair to good, the latter term being quite infrequent. Only 49 per cent). rfepf-r# similarly concernine the agricultural industry1 and '33 per cent, about mining pros pects; This is considerably worse than a month ago, and only early and copious rains can make any improve ment; In city and suburbs employ ment generally was more plentiful than during November. All trades, with only two excteptionte, report trade during November as from fair to busy. The exceptions were the coal lumpers, who say the mouth was the worst they had had for four years past, and the' ship painters and dock ers, who report work as very scarce. Busine...
THE PHOTOGRAPHERS AT BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
THE .PHOTOGRAPHERS AT ? broken hill. Brokeh .Hili is not a happy hunting grourid'1for ;outdoor photograp'heis just how.' 'The (Unionists lorday issued a warning to local photographers, against taking pictures for publication, as the sole- right to take pictures during the dispute had been given to a certain man; who gave a substantial donation to the lock-out lunds ot the union. ' The committee is afraid photos, taken indiscriminately of street doings might be used as evidence by the authorities. The official Labor organ says, in con nection with this subject ' It is hard to believe that any man of honor could descend to play the Judas lo his fellow ?vhsmen in this manner, an action that, lor the sake of a few paltry pounds, might , play into the hands of those in Sydney. ' who lhave ever been opposed,, not only to lhe interests of the workers,, biil ' to those' of the town,' Further steps' will probably be taken to test the truth' for'' o'th'eijw ise- -of a statement that a local p...
Review. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
Review. 'With the Flagship in the South.'-- Mr. C. E. W. Beau, son 'of the fo'«;er headiriasver of All Saints'- 'College, Bathurst, presents to , Australians ? a readable little volume und-ir the abf Ve title. In it he details lifs on boa1:;! the Australian flagship, ; as savv i) when he accompanied' the Admiral It - meet the Great White Fleet, as' spe cial correspondent of the 'Sydney Morning 'Herald.' Some of the chap ters are republished from that jour nal, but they lost none of their inter est on that account. Mr. Beau has succeeded in making, what to most people might seem a dry subject, at tractive, and his 'book, .to those of in quiring mind, who delight in details, well put, of such everyday things as battleships — about which a great many people are 1'gtiprant— lias a charm all its own. Mr. Bean has that quality of taking infinite pains. In addition to the descriptive chapters touching the 'common round' upon a battleship, he introduces some of au anecdotal nature, that are...
Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. . Sydney, Wednesday. Wheat, 3a 8Jd to 3a 8Jd : some holdere asked 3s fljd. Flour. Syduoy rollor, £9 5s : coimtry makes, £9. Mill bffal, : bran and pollard, N.S.W., £0 per ton. Brau, £5. Pollard. £6. . Maize, Victorian, I -3 ; Qnconal.ind, 4a 9d : local weevily, 4s Gd to -la 8d : South African, da lOd ; islands, 4s 9d. . Barley, (Jape, 4s to la 2d. Oata, white, 2a Od to 2s lOd; sccond qual ity, 2a 7d to 2a 8d ; Tu«maniau, 3a : New Zea land, 2a lid to 3a. . Wheat, prime chir.k, 3a lOd to -Is. Chaff : Mouth Auatralian, nominal, to jG5 : Victorian, £0. Oaten hay, Victorian, £5 10s. ?DorricK straw, Taamaniau, £2 17a 6d. Lucerne hay, Hunter River, prime dry green, £5 ; prime brown, £4 10s. Potatoes, Northern Kivers, £4 ; Tasmaninn redskiua, £7 ; darkskina, £5 103 to £6 ; Hun ter River, £3 to £5 ; Clarence Kiver, £4 10s. Onions, Victorian, £6 15a. Butter advanced 4s per cwt. Choicest, 100s ; good, 96s to 98a; sccond quality and medium, 88s to 90a. Bacon, p...
BLOCK 10 CLOSES TO-DAY. WILL ABIDE BY ARBITRATION AWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
BLOCK 10 CLOSES TO-DAY. WILL ABIDE BY ARBITRATION AWARD. Melbourne, Wednesday Afternoon. 'It -has been decided that Block 10 Mine at Broken Hill will close opera tions to-morrow. A notification has been receTve'd by the Secretary that the mine; will be picketted by the men. Up to the present this mine lias been paying the wages demanded by the men pending -a settlement. A tuafllflctltla'a was posted on December 24, that un less a_ settlement was agreed upon in the interim, the mine would close on January 15. ; Work will be stopped, and 'the men paid off. Between GOO and 700 will be thrown out of work. The Company states it is willing to abide by tho award of the Federal Ar bitration Court, in the' Proprietary Company's case. v
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Wednesday. Fifty-seven ? trucks of produce were submitted to buyers at the Central Railway. Yards this morning, seveu be :ing unsold at auction. ,:;'Chaf£ 4/7 to 5/7. Lucerne -hay, prime .6/2;; choice small 6/6; prime' 6/; me dium 5/; prime large bales 5/2; medium 4/3 '-to: 4/6; trussed, 4/. Good oaten rack hay iiS/ll.' Second milling wheat 3/10; prime' chickwhe'at, 3/8; medium 3/6 to 3/7.'- Potatoes were firmer. Prime new 5/6 to 6/6; medium 4/5 to 4/7. .