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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
i . FOR EDGLEYS SALE ,, , WHICH STARTS T0&3VEOX?,^O' Wi i' , IT WILL PAY YOU I :? ' NOW BUSY MARKING DOWN ! [?] You WiH Do Well TOGO TO ; - 1 WINTER, The Jeweller, Fop Your- — M. JGWIiLLOIT ?k' i ?: ? THIS YEAR V '.'THE VARIETY OF SUITABLE : ' AR, I'ICLES IS GREATER THAN' , EYER. EVERY TASTE AND - POCKBT HAS BEEN STUDIED, AND MY PIUCES WILL PLEASE .YOtJ, TOO ! ? ....... rl. 'MTL. WINTER,/ - ? JEWELLER, , 62owick-street, Bathurst. [?] H. C. BEiVIS, 'SB'® If! Q 1P| ^ ^ ^ EstiiblisliUl Gold Me.dalisf I P i'i W aPiji-WKj® ; | v ROXAL STUDIOS, HOWICK STREET (ONLY). ' - Awarded 65 First Prizes.' : i-- . -s The Leading Portrait Photographers of the West. . . . -. Groups,' Weddings! Landscapes, Monuments. Town of' Coiincry Agent for B. & 11. and Kodak, Ltd., Photo. Supplies.' AMATEURS' NEGATIVES DEVELOPED AND PEINTljlp.,., ? ' A' BARGAIN, Til' DRAY, IIO R SIS. (any 'trial), and II.AKN l''SS. J. ENNIS, .Hereford7road, Kelso.'^ ' ?' ( . . j a AO d I S T MEN T.,-^- Wanted immed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
- ' WHY v SANDER & SONS! PURE; VOLA'i'l MS EUOALYTPTI EXTRACT superior ito any oilier eWilil^btiiS product ? 1 BecauBe it i* the. rebult of full exporieuce and of 11 special and careful proccss of mmmfneture, and tlie danger attending the use of the irresponsible preparations which tiro now palmed off a:i 'Extracls ' are avoided. A death was recently reported from tho use of one of these concoctions, and at an action at law, a sworn witness 1 testified that he suffered the mo 8} c.uel irritation from tho application to an ulcer of another, which was sold as ' just a6 good as SANDER'S EXTRACT.' There fore, bewaro of such deception, fiememberr that in medicine a drop that cures is bottet than a tablespoonful that kills, and insist upon the preparation which was proved by experts at the Supreme Court oE Victoria and by numerous authorities during tho last 3d years to be a product of genuine merit, viz., THE GENUINE SANDEll AND SONS' PURE- VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX TttAOT. F. Hesrue...
Accident or Suicide. BOY'S STRANGE ACTION. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
Irt-I Accident or Suicide. IP. / ? BOY'S STRANGE ACTION. ? I® , ... Melbourne. Wednesday. An occurrence, involving, apparently,,, the suicide of Eddie Bridges, a .'12 yeai -old boy, occurred this afternoon, V near Balaclava. ... . The. driver of the i train'' reports^ -that -rr a boy ran. f^ryrprd-'as ?-the-!.:;-!tj,.atn-,ap.7: proached the bridge, and-iaid ,ljis-head 11 ' on one Of the 'rails. It was too late to i'Mi even steady the train, and the unfor V tunate lad's head -warf i completely-' sev- ?'.'J, u, ered. . , 2'/. i ; 1 ' * It is explained that several ;lads used to go on to the line ami, place their ears on the rails 'with- the' object of lis J -- tenmg to what they called 'wireless ,« v ' telegraphy,', and it is beUevted that Budge's met his death in that fashion.
Blaze at Mullion Creek. RIFLE CLUBS SUFFER. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
H Blaze at Mullion Creek. m : '' rifle CLUBS SUFFER. I fit ! Svdney, Thursday. , If A fire at Mullion Creek yesterday re $ suited in the destruction of a large, wooden building used as an office, an-? - . occupied by F. Spratt. The whole of ' the contents including two match.; ri - lies, valued at £10, Mr. Spratt's pro. ' peity, aud seven rifles, belonging to j the ~ ? ? T-;n~ nini-* whio.h had been; UltVUS« xvuio — ? - . loaned for the use' of the newly-for;med Mullion Creek Club, was. destroyed. An attempt was made, to remove a cart, lnit a quantity of cartridges began to explode, and the vicinity becoming dangerous, the cart was left to its, .fate. , ^ Mr. Spratt left the office only an tour previously to go to work in the « battery of the' Queen of Ranges Mine, and is unable to account for the out f' biealc. The books and documents con t jiected with the mine were saved.
LAND SETTLEMENT. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
LAND SETTLEMENT..-, i Sydney, Thursday. ' During the' 27 weeks- from July 1, 1908, to January 6,1909, 1160: new sefrv tiers took up 781,217 acres i of Crown, lands as original holdings,; and 1288 !l 4' Belected- 343,793 . acres as additional holdings.- '. ?! , ? i1-1 ' '[-r
Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
! Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET:PRICES. . : -V Sydney, Thursday. Wheat, 3a 8Jd to 3s 8Jd ; some holdett asked 3s Slid. 4 Flour. tSjdney roller, £9 03; couiitri ma^PF, £9. Mill offal, bran and pollard, N.S.W., ft per ton. / Bran, £5. j. v Pollard. £6. Maize, Victorian, 5s ; Queensland, -is M local weevily, 4s Gd to 4s .8 d ; South African 4s lOd ; islands,. 4s 9d.' - r ' Barloy, Cape, 4s to 4s 2d. I (Juts, white, 2s i)d to 2a JOd ; second qiml- » , ity, 'Js 7d to 2s Sd ; Tasmanian, 3s ; New Zcb laud, 2s lid to 3s. ' ' Wheat, primo cliink, 3s lOd to 4s. ; Chaff : South Australian, £5 6s to £5 IO3 , i Victorian, £0. ? ' ; Oaten liny, -Victorian, £5 10s. Derrick straw, Tasmanian, £2 17s Gd. Lucerne hay, Hunter . River, prime dry green, £5 ; prime brown, i£4 10s. Potatoes, N orthern Hirers, £4 ; Tfismnninn redskins, HI ; darkekinst £5 10a to £0 ; Hun ter River, £3 to £5 ; Clarence Iliver, £-1 10;. f ') Onions, Victorian, £7/' ' 1 Butter advanced 4s 'per cwt, ? Choicest, 10'Js ; good, 96s to ...
The Nature Study Charges. THOSE OUT-OF-POCKET EXPENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
The Nature Study Charges. ?VfOSE OUT-OF-POCKET EXPENSES. 1 - In compliance with a resolution re quiring the production, of the items making up the £10 charged as outof poc-ket expenses to the' committee o£ the recent Nature Study Exhibition by the A. H. and P. Society, the' hon. So- - cretary of that body' yesterday sub mitted the charges as follows: 5 weeks caretaker's time, £7 10s; water, £2 6s; sanitary,' 6/3; damage to plant, £5, This estimate of damage was, he said, a low one, and it had not been in eluded In the account, which 'conse quently amounted to £10 2s 3d. This charge did not meet a tithe of the ex pense incurred. Mr. Tonkin contended that the care- 7 taker's time could not be deemed .m I out-of-pocket expense. The £2 Cs was not under that category either, seeing that the Association was entitled to use £16 worth of water In the half year, before it would exceed the am ount of its water tax. The 6/3 appear ed to. him to be the only actual ex pense to be termed out-of-p...
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
syr;;#Y produce sales. ' Sydney, Thundav. 1 Forty-five- trucks of produce were i submitted by auction at Central Railway - Yards to-da:y, eight being passed in |2.' during the course of busines1:. h -- Choi.ce. chaff, 5s 4d to 5s 7d; prime, 4s 9d to 5s 2d. Prime lucerne chaff, * 6s 3d. Lucerne hay, choice dumps, i 5s 3d to 5s 7d ; extra prime half bales, ? ^ , S's iod ; prime, 5s id; prime large, ^ 4s iod to 5s ; medium, 4s 4d to 4s Id; ^ inferior, 2s 3d. New. season's second tSg milling wheat, 3s. iod; priro^ chick, 3s 7^d to '3s 9j-d. Rye cor n, 4s 4A M Potatoes, prime, 5s 6d *t0 Ss I0^' S medium, 4s 4d to .5s ; inferior, 4s. ®
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH Disastrous Fire. IN MAIN STREET OF CUDAL. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
j NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (From New South Wales Country Press Association). (Disastrous Fire. IN MAIN STREET OF CUDAL, . _ Sydney, Thursday. § ' ; A disastrous Are is reported to have 1 occurred -at . Cudal near Orange this 1 morning, when the premises occupied )jy C. Moon, comprising billiard-room, | shop and residence, were first complete ?| ]y gutted. Tlid flames quickly spread 1 to Miss Armstrong's dressmaking es '? tabllsliment, and this also was com H pletely demolished. The furniture and I stock was with great difficulty saved. \j ' Tlle flames then attacked the Commer cial Bank, and the premises adjoining, ' but willing hands, aud a plentiful sup I ply of water prevented them being se ' nously damaged. Ihe premises occu ? pied by Georget Snoolc were badly ?* scotched. It is 'believed1 that all the ' buildings, which were of weather 5 boaids, are insured. The billiard ta bles were the property of R. Gilcreest. . / There is no fire brigade in Cudal, and f ; the flames went practical...
PRESS AND PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
PRESS AND PUBLIC. ' ' At the monthly meeting of the Lyod h.'urst Shire Council on Tuesday, M i I.'ublic Works Department was criticised for delay with respect to making asm vey of a proposed deviation 011 the road | from Greghamston to Millthorpe, and » the shire rlprlr w.tr instructed to COW municate with the department with a I view of expediting the matter. The president, Councillor G. Street field, drew the attention of the council ... .1. - .1 . r ? ? -or.nrlPr 10 uie iaci mat one 01 tne presa had published a statement made by U15 I shire engineer with respect to the liicij j employed in Biding A, after he bao | been requested not to publish it, a' |V. said if such a thing were done again M 1 would move that the press be excluded ». Mr. M. Lawler was the reportet re ferred to, and in reply to the president 1 remarks admitted publishing the ipl,0t' tg and said he considered it was in 111 [ interest of the piibl'c for such a repor j to be published. He considered t 1 press was th...
THE LATE MRS. PURDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
THE LATE MRS. PURDON. The interment of the remains of Mrs. &nbsp; Purdon, late of Bloom Hill, took place at the O'Connell cemetery yesterday. The &nbsp; funeral was largely attended. The first portion of the service was read in St. John's Church by the Rev. F. Harris, and during the service hymns were sung by the choir and congregation, and the organist, Miss Murray, played the 'Dead March.' The funeral was conducted by Mr. W. S. Hodge.
British Trade Depression. CHURCHILL'S PREDICTION. London, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 16 January 1909
British Trade Depression. CHURCHILVS 'PREDICTION. '' London, January 15. Mr. Winston Churchill, addressing the Leicester Chamber of Commerce, said that the general .concensus &£: opinion was that the bottom of trade Repression had been reached, and that no unfavorable conditions, likely to re tard recovery were apparent. Though the next session would deal with im portant finance matteia, he knew, of no thing which could1 justify the trading and manufatcuring classes in appre hending any financial injury to a smooth and active flow of business en terprise. Therefore he predicted that 1909 would be a year of commercial land industrial recovtryj. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 16 January 1909
For Children's Heads. 1 Mothers, Flossino for tho Hjiir flj advantage of not only being porfee tij ?- || ioss, but prevents dandruit, arid rcuaen sculp healthy and the hair soft h ' ;i« ||j effectually destroys nits and other paw ,JJ| thereby keeping free from these p® ,||g heads of children who are going to t-sg Stocked by all chemists and store iK P Msg Sydney agent : Brothwood, Cue® ^ |g| King-street.* §g|
BISHOP'S VENISON DINNER [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 16 January 1909
BISHOP'S VENISON DINN01, || 'Leading citizens of Farnhai')' J| rey, met together the other u'S ® the' 124th. year, to partake of a 1 of venison given by the Winchester, under the shadow o of the venison dinner was l'10! J| the: rector of Farnham, who M to the tradition that the buck « « sentod annually by the Bis o JB der that the citizens might n jg ?his deer.. '''H
WEAKENED POLICE FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 16 January 1909
WEAKENED POLICE FORCE. There are about 50 police guarding th« Block 10 mine, and the withdrawal of ihe number has materially weaken ed the force available for town duty. Tl'e difficulty in the future will be to obtain any evidence in cases 0° out laws ? It has been stated that 50 men „ooli part In the blowing-upl of tba railway, and that none ot them vlll be Identified because of the coise quences that might happen to the per sons giving such information. Block 10 mine is being piclcetted to day, there being about 40 additional pickets engaged for this work. The mine officials have taken up their residence on the mine, and 17 police, armed with carbines, are also on duty. No opposition is being' offered by the pickets to the free passage across the Bloclt 10 lease to those men who are working the Central and South Mines. Nothing of a sensational nature has occurred in connection with the clos ing down of Block 10, apart from the btowlng-up of the wateil-main. No workmen can be found...