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BURNING THE PREMIER'S EFFIGY [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
BURNING THE PREMIER'S EFFIGY I In cross-examination Mrs. McKell ad mitted that she had been present on the occasion when the Premier, Mr. Wade', was burnt in effigy, some three months ago. 'I set alight to' it,' said Mrs. McKell proudly. Mr. Barnett said he was of opinion there was sufficient evidence to sup port a conviction. He regretted that the proceedings had not been taken under another section by which a case of this kind could have been adequately dealt with, and the Magistrate could have directed accused to find recognisances. He fined him 30/, in default fourteen days' imprisonment. The further hearing of the case against Payne was then fixed for to morrow.
FINED FOR 'LANGUAGE' [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
FINED FOR 'LANGUAGE^ , William Lane was then called upon to plead. He replied that he was not; guilty of the' charge of using indecent language' preferred ^gainst liimi Mir. McCarthy appeared for the defence. Evi dence was given by four police officers that the language was used while a trolly was being driven along Sulphide street, under the escort of the mounted constables. Accused who resisted, and was carried to the police station, had previously referred to the' escort as a lot of mongrels, but no notice was ta ken of . that expression. Accused in his evidence, said he ad dressed the man in civilian clothes, who was driving the lorry. What lie said was: 'You rotten mongrel,' but did not use the language attributed to him by the police'. The driver of the trolly was not a constable, but a 'scab.' A scab was one who worked under wages. The police did not give au op portunity to go quietly. He might have called the driver 'a dirty Bog.'; ' .Nine 'witnesses gave evidence' on be hal...
POLICE PROSECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
POLICE PROSECUTIONS. Before Mr. Barnett, S.M., at the Po lice Court this morning, Thomas Payne, 27, trucker, was charged with assault ing Constable Hunter, and further with treating Constable Withers in a like manner. William Lane, 30, miner, was charged with using indecent language iu Sulphide-street on January 12. There was, apparently little interest taken in the cases, and the absence of anything like a crowd in the vicinity of the Court House was most marked. The Court was well filled with police. ' The cast of Thomas Payne was first taken. He pleaded not guilty, and Con stable Hunter, of North Sydney, was I placed in the box. Witness deposed that he w,as on duty outside the Court House on Tuesday, at about noon, when a number of persons were being tried for -rioting. A number of police were on duty at the gates, keeping the path clear. There was a large crowd outside. Witness walked through the gate to .iwards where the other constables were- standing, when Payne stepped out a...
BROKEN HILL TROUBLE. ANOTHER BOMB EXPLOSION. 700 MORE TO BE THROWN OUT. Broken Hill, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
BROKEN HILL TROUBLE. ] ANOTHER BOMB EXPLOSION. 700 MORE TO BE THROWN OUT. Broken Hill, Wednesday. Another bomb explosion occurred at Broken Hill Block 10 mine last night. The police have' been unable to discov er the perpetrators, but no material damage was done. Matters in connection with the' dis pute were very quiet this morning. The pickets were on duty as usual. In view of the distinct likelihood of Block 10 shutting down on Friday next, .Superintendent Mitchell visited the Proprietary to-day to make' arrange ments for the disposition of the po lice force to guard the mine. The only thing that can prevent the closiug of the mine would be the success of tho pending conciliation negotiations with regard to the settlement of the trou ble at the Proprietary Mine. At the present time, however, there are slen der hopes in this direction. With reference to the capture of the Socialist banner in Saturday's melee, It jis understood that the combined unions intend to take action against ...
OUR RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
. . - OUR RAILWAYS. It is only natural that at a -;a..V.,r- ing of politicians and oth'; public men such as that on Monday 1 ;U C'uwra, when the first sod was tu 11': \ of a new ' line to conrie'ct Cowra with 0 anowiiuln that the addresses delivered would bear, principally on the railway system of tho State, and its future prospects. I Statements wore made by both the. State Treasurer and Minister for Works which go to prove that passing public j events are keenly watched by those in power, and that the one aim of the, present 'Government 5s to jnako t)he State as prosperous as possible. One! means to this end is tho extension of tho railways into districts suitable for^ the settlement of the people on the land so that easy access will bo given to the markets. Any statement from Mr. Waddell, as State Treasurer, car Ties with it considerable weight, and he asserted that the time had come When close attention shouid be given to the trans-continental lines to con nect the East with the...
Sydney Wool Sales. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
l Sydney Wool Sales. Sydney, Wednesday. I Wool sold to-day by Messrs. Win chombe Carson and Co., on account of Mcintosh aud Sons, Rockley, realised the top-price^ 13%d. The other lots dis posed of were: James Armour, Rye Park, 13M:d; ; Circuitt and Co., Quean beyau, 13Vid; ? Vivers, Glen Innes; La ban, Wisemau.'-lBalaia, 13d; L. McKey, Gttyra; Henry Wards, B'ibhtenluke, James Medway, Dalton 12V&d; Stell Brothers, Walcha, Mrs. L. Barbour, &'ass, Frederick Cull, Wh^oo, 12%d;; John Murphy, Timor, ll%d; Charles Young, Garland, Spicer, Bowning, Thomas Reid, Woolbrook, Shelley, Batlow; Vitnelle, Guttawang, llM-d. The' market was very strong at best rates ruling last week.
COUNTRY NEWS. COW FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
^OUNTrT NEWS, - j 1 COW FLAj^.... ? _.rr: . J ? ' -.iPrpm our Cdr'resliondenti.:' .-Mutual, 'imprpyemenc Socjety: At a meeting of this , Society, .lield . here on; Tuesday night, it was ^decitied that in ?tuture;the fortnightly njeetings.will-be held at Dennis Island instead of at -Cow Flat. The .first meeting is, to be held on the 26th, when the eyeumg will be devoted to .Tennyson's- poem en titled 'Maud.' It is some.. three years since the Society was founded ..in this neighbourhood. Since then, . however, many residents have removed from the district, and the Society,, h^s^suffered in consequence. The . majority^ of ( the members now are residents,,. oL. Dennis Island, hence the advisability' ot tho alteration. ? ? ... .. ?.. ? 1 Cricket:. An effort is..being 'made to form a club at Dennis Island, Negotia tions' 'are taking .place ro -.a,, suitable ground, which,- if procurable, ...no -doubt a team will be got. .together^ .Years, ago this place could - boast; .of., . having one o...
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. PROTEST FROM MUDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE. PROTEST FROM MUDGEE. In compliance with the request o£ several citizens, the' Mayor of Mud P.te presided over a public meeting on Monday night, for the purpose of affording the citizens an opportunity of expressing their disapproval o£ the sonteiice of three mouths' imprison ment recently imposed upon a deaf and dumb mau, Thomas Lewis, by Mr. C. H. Tuckerman, J.P, Lewis was charred with assaulting his wife by striking her in the face, but when the case c&n.e on for hearing his wife bore no marks as evidence of the alleged in jury. Lewis indicated, by signs, that li* pU'aaed guilty to striking the wom an Prring the hearing of the case ;av eial 'witnesses gave evidence', but they were not sworn. There was a crowd ed attendance at the meeting. Just afttr it begun,. Mr. Jones, M.L.A., read a telegram he had received, announcing taat, 'in view of the additional infor mation obtained, the Premier is re commending the release of Lewis on the 18th irst.' T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
| j? ? brewery, Bowling St'| I hj REDFERN. SYDNEY. XXX ALES — ? Draught Ales I I Lager — —.obtain. ^ able Pilsener— — in Ses Diriiier Ale ' H°te,s Bitter Ale — : — ~~ Bottled Ale. | 1 ' Select Stock Ale Bottled° Afe. I ! StOUt— ? BBtUeda i I RESCUES' AlesJ Beers and Stout are made from the. choicest Malt and Hops obtainable, | without a particle of preservative. ' * & ,V: . ====== ?. j Mr.Tcmpcrlcy, Vice-prcsidentof the N.S.W.Gountry Press Association addressing an'asscmblagcof N.SAV. Country ^ Pressmen representing a circulation of. 230, 000 newspapers per issue, said : — 'I saw in Resch's Brewery the finest § collection of machinery that l have seen for.many a long day,'' j? Mr. Midgiey, another Vice-president, said 'Before coining to this country I was with two of the largest brewing £ firms for 6i years in the old'country, and I had not the slightest idea until to-day of the magnitude and cxc^'ence t bf Resch's,'' ^ . , . - ... .. ' © i THE CHEAT LIVER TONIC AND J BLOOD ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
Portugal has decided to erect au ar senal and shipbuilding yards on the | southern shores of the' Tagus, and in vites tenders from abroad for the con struction of six protected cruisers, six torpedo boats, and six torpedo boat de stroyers. The death occurred on Saturday at the old men's home, Clavemont, (W.A.), of James Whiteside, who had attained the abnormal age of 103 years. Deceased, who had been in the institution for 7, years, had formerly been in the 14th. Regiment, now tire Prince of Wales' Own Yorkshire Regiment, and had served throughout the Crimean war-. This old soldier had, after 19% years with the colours, been sentenced to seveli years' imprisonment and transportation, and loss of all medals and pension rights, for striking a sergeant. Mr. A. Anglin, Eureka-street, 'Boliarat, Vic., writes : ' Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is a tip-top remedy for cramps in the stomach, diarrhcoa end dysentry. I have used it and can tlioiefore attest to its merits. I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
PERFECT DiGHSTlON MEANS PiUK FECT HEALTH* A good stomach keeps every part of the body in perfect condition ana Diseaae cannot brenlc to. Dr. Sheldon s Digestive Tnbnles are a natural rem edy for all disorders and weaknesses of the stomach. They possess exactly the same properties as the gastric jui ces and other digestive fluids of tho stomaeh. They actually do the diges tive work of the stomach, and enable that organ to rest, recuperate, and become sound and healthy . They act in a mild, natural manner, and cause no disturbance in itho' fflgeBtftfie fcn* gaus. They prevent any fermentation of the food, which causes sour (stom ach. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Ta.bulea Instil health into every part of the human body. They eompol perfect di gestion of the food and perfect as similation of the fotfl autriment. Every, organ ®f the body i-s kej-t in repair, and good health titebessarSly rcBulta. At the same time the stomach; being relieved of its work, get# weTl and strong. Obtainable at Moe...
SCENE MAKING SUFFRAGETTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
SCENEMMAKIN G^'j SUPJF^A^TT^s! , .- 'i 1 'Hell liath no ''fury like a;'wor.'An scorned,' [wrote . . Pope. y ^7Eat ;-,- tho, cynical . and,. ? ratjer'^ uij^atlant., little' satirist- -wdiud: liave' said-.if/he had jiyj ed' in the days of the militant Suffra gettes it is only possible' to : conjec ture. v There' is no doubt that general opinion in London, which has been veering for some time, is now setting, strongly against the woman . suffrage, cause', and the organisers of the riot of unreason at the Albert Hall last Saturday . are largely - responsible for the trend of opinion. Last year, when ? a number of representative wo men, including many graduates, marched in. orderly procession to the hall, there to demand the removal of political sex disability, everyone who heard the comments of the' man in the street felt assured that the pub lic was impressed, and strongly in clined to be respectful and sympathe ?tia. Saturday's scenes, following up- | on previous hysterical saturnalia...
THE RIGHT SORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
THE RIGHT SORT.: He strolled into the., Agent-General's office in London the other day and asked to see' the man in/ charge of emigration. He was shown in. Just an ordinary laboring man of '50 or so. Ho saiff he wanted to: emigrate -to - New Smith Wales with a part of his fam ily. How many had he? Well-, 'he: had a f.-. ? perhaps they would' -write their r !own as he called them out. He iv - ! ijfm. off: Alma, Violet, Annie, L':iy, ; Jessie, i-'- Evelyn,-' -May, Vere. '^olly, Gladys, -Arthur, Nonv.ie,!. Cit y anged ft'om tlie'- cradle :v,to ti. 'i j twenties;.'- 'Part of your fs.viiiVv jald?''! queried' the; enibar racfi«il i *5!'! ^ration '?''Yes,' implied the fi-.ii. jr of 20, '-I liave .;half-a-dozen .sock ''de'r: than these over, in Canada. Th, y don't think much of Canada, and ?t ou could settle the rest of us down 'n your country, and we like it, the boys' would probably come out, too. There we're (writes the 'D.T.' London correspondent) one or two little diffi culties in the ...
ARRESTED AS A REVOLUTIONARY. CZAR PAYS COMPENSATION. London, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
ARRESTED AS A REVOLUTIONARY. CZAR PAYS COMPENSATION. London, January 13.. The Czar has compensated Mr. Nicho las Luxemburg with £7000. 4 . ? ?. Mr. ff. Luxemburg, manufacturers'' agent, carrying on business, 'at Cheap side, London, 'while travelling, on busir ness in Russia early last y.ear^as ,arr. rested at Odessa as a . revolutionary, and was. treated with severity. -.1 Alter, suffering imprisonment for some time, the' British Consul, seoured his release)..
NEW ACCESSION OATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 14 January 1909
NEW ACCESSION OATH. English files to hand show that Lord Braye recently asked in the House of Lords if the Government would in troduce a Bill to abolish that part of the Sovereign's accession declaration with the words, 'superstitious and idolatrous,' which is objectionable to Roman Catholics. Lord Crewe, while deprecating present discussion, said that the Government bad been con sidering the matter, adding, 'I. -hope it may bo possible for the Govern ment, before very long, to submit some proposals.'