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Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909
Municipal Council The Business Paper is as - under .-tt To consider correspondence ; to deal with servants reports; to receive and adopt Finance Committee's report ; to receive and adopt Works Committee's report ; to receive and adopt report of Joint Works and Finance Committees, with estimates of expenditure for the current year. The Mayor to move: — 'That the Public Works Department be requested to instruct an engineer to inspect and report as to the best means of improv ing and augmenting the water supply for Bathurst, with a view to having the necessary work carried out by the Government as early as possible. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909
TO CURE INDIGESTION And Stomach Troubles, it is necessary to take after meals some harmless pre paration which will supply the na tural digestive fluids which every weak stomach lacks. And the best pre paration of this character is Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabules, which contain all the natural digestauts which natfurS requires for prompt digestion. One or two - taken after meals will prevent souring, fermentation, and acidity, and ensure ' complete digestion and assimi lation. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George-street, Bathurst; E.. Morgan, Burraga.*
Honoring an Oddfellow. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909
Honoring an Oddfellow. At the financial meeting fof Loyal Kincora Lodge 011 Thursday night, an interesting ceremony took place, v]?., the unveiling of an enlarged framed photograph of Bro. T. C. Deveson, who j.is been connected with the Lo:lge for j use 011 4Y -yeai H. ? Bro. F. F. Ellis, N.G., was In the chair, and, before calling upon Bio. A. B. James, as one of the oldest, mem bers present,, to unveil the photo, re ferred to the close attention paid to tho work of Oddfellowship by Bro. Deveson, and—to whom younger mem bers could always ask for Counsel and advice, knowing . that, it would be wll ligly rendered. ' Brother James regarded the meet ing as the most pleasurable he had ta ken 'part in the lodge, room, because it showed the fraternal 'side of Oddfel lowship, and that there was something deeper therein than the benefits for which ' members paid. Continuing, Bro. James said that the members had much to thank the pioneers of Kin cora for, and it was due to' their en thusiasm...
GENERAL CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909
GENERAL CABLES. Mr. Bordeur, member of the Canadian Cabinet, after conferences with Mr. Hal[ dane, members of the Army Council, and General Hoad, to'd an interviewer there was every prospect of realising the plan for an Imperial general staff out lined at the Impel lal Conference. Cer tain administrative difficulties were still unsettled, but the scheme was progress ing, and the Army Council, being in possession of Australia's and Canada's views, was striving to formulate a definite plan. lhe 'Spectator' says that 'for brazen political impudence, flagrant paradox, and unblushing sophistry, Mr. Churchill's Birmingham speech would be hard to beat.' The British and American Ambassa dors at.Pekin have been cordially re ceived by the Regent, Prince Chung.
GERMAN STEAMER FIRED AT BY LIBERIAN GUNBOAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909
GERMAN STEAMER FIRED AT BY LIBERIAN GUNBOAT. . ' Advices from French West Africa report lhat the Liberian Customs gun boat, Lark, commanded by. a . British nayal reserve officer, opened fire upon a steamer belongingjto a German line, off Glocester. The Lark had been instructed to stop breaches of the Customs, and lo prevent the entrance of ships to Liberian ports not open to the trade of the world. A German cruiser stationed at the Cameroons has started for Liberia.
WALES NARROWLY DEFEATS LEAGUERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909
.WALES NARROWLY DEFEATS LEAGUERS. Tho Welsh League team defeated the Kangaroos by 4 tries, i goal (1-1 points) - to three, tries, tw'o ' goals, 13 points. The match .was iilayed at Merthyr. The ground was iu poor con dition. Frawley started 'witli an un converted- try, and shortly after the Australian full back raced* down the field, beat his opponents, and scored a brilliant try, which he converted. The Welshmen scored' two tries aiid a goal in tho first half. The second spell provided a good open game. Holloway added a try for the visitors, which was convened by Abercrombio. , ? Messenger did not play.
Agricultural Education. REDUCTION Of FEES. PROVISION OF BURSARIES. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909
Agricultural Education. REDUCTION 01' FEES. PROVISION OF BURSARIES. Sydney, Sunday. The Minister of Agriculture has had under consideration the question of modifying and popularising the scheme of agricultural education at present car risd out under the department, with the specific object of making it of the great est utility to the sons of the men on the land, and better adapted to turn out well-trained young practical farmers. The following is a brief outline of the scheme now approved by the Minister : — 1. Establishment of apprentice schools at Cowra, Grafton, and Glen Innes jalso on the demonstration farms shortly to be established in certain new districts, where practical education in farm work suitable for small farmers and farm as sistants will be given free of charge. 2. Reduction of the fees at existing farm schools at Wagga, Bathurst, and Wollongbar from £25 to £15 in the first year ; free the second year. 3. Bursaries are to be awarded to sons of such as cannot afford t...
CABLE NEWS. Messina Earthquake. RECOVERY OF PROPERTY. REMARKABLE RESCUES. THE MANSION HOUSE FUND. London, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909
CABLE NEWS. Messina Earthquake. RECOVERY OP PROPERTY. REMARKABLE RESCUES. ' THE MANSION HOUSE FUND. London, January 16. Troops at Messina worked for. three [days fruitlessly among the ruins where cties for help had been heard. Then all was silent. Property valued at .£3,000,000 has been recovered : also the Greek sculp tures and pictures from the Museum and the duplicates of the civil registers. The Mansion House Relief Fund has reached £100,000. Later. Three remarkable rescues were effected from the ruins of a house at Messina yesterday. During operations one party found a nine-year-old boy, and on being brought from among the debris, under which he was buried, he told his res cuers that his tvo sisters were afso alive Setting vigorously to work the party soon rescued both the girls, one ol whom was 20 and the other 12. They stated that when the house collapsed, their mother was crushed to death. They were not without food, but had nothing more than onions, dried figs, wine and oil...
Technical Education. BATHURST TECHNICAL COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909
[ Technical Education. BATHURST TECHNICAL COLLEGE. Tho following are tlie passes at last year's examination at tlw Batliurst Technical College: Bookkeeping: First grade, Grace S3eer. Second grade, Tom Littlewood. Botany (Elementary), public school course, seniors: First grade, Maggie Mi'llifcon, Valerie Mastereon, Amy Rig bv, Ida SUidmorc, Ruby Westaway. Second Grade: Jessie Groat, Minnie Piper, Lizzie Dooley, Florrle Agland, llenle Bryant. Juniors (honors): A. Clark. First Grade: M. Hill, Walter Hill. Second Grade: Hesione Pol lock, H. fcillham, Kitty Humphries, G. SiniDSon. ?: Chemistry (Inorganic), Theoretical: Second year, second grade: Henry H. liamlell, John W. Heylin, t Chemistry Klnorganie), Practidal: 2 First Year, first grade: Alex J. Simp ' eou, William S. Wright. Second year, i lirst grade: Herbert Raudell. Second 1 Grade: John AV. Heylin. . Chemistry (OrgaiUfe), First' Year: Second grade, John W. Heylin. Cookery (plain), second grade: Bea tnce Blumer, Lizzie Murcliison....
LYNCHERS SENTENCED. London, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909
LYNCHERS SENTENCED. London, January 17. ; Sentences ranging from five to 15 years have been imposed by the Crim inal Court, Constantinople, upon the authors of the lynching outrage in that city on October 15. | [On tho day in question a crowd, consist ing principally of Kurds, killed a Greek gardener, who was an Ottoman subject, and almost beat to death a Turkish woman, whose sole offence was that she wanted to marry the murdered man.]
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Monday. Sixty-two trucks of produce were : submitted by . auction at the Central Railway Yards this: morning. Fifty were sold during tlie. course of business. Choice chaff, 5s 4d to 5s 7d; prime, 4s lOd. to 5s 2d; medium, 4s 3d to 4s 9d. Prime large bale lucerne liay, 4s 7d to 5s Id; medium, 3s lOd to 4s 5d; second quality small bales, 4s 4d. ? Wheat, prime- old 3s lOd. to 3s lid me rllnm : 9= r„i. ...... „ ? - i'™.' uew, os s%a to 3s Gd; medium, 3s' G^d. Algerian oats 2s 2%d to 2s 5d; wlitte oats, 2s Prime dry yellow maize, 4s Sd. Choice potatoes, 6s 2d; prime, 5s 2d to 5s lid medium, 4s 6d to Ss. ' Rye Straw: c. and R. Morrison Newbridge, 3s 5d. '
HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909
HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. Sydney, Monday. j At Homebusli to-day 45,146 sheep and lambs, and 1398 cattle, were submitted to buyers at auction. Values lor sheep and lambs ' were, firm for prima sorts, with others unaltered, but tho cattle market was lower. Sheep: Wethers, Ss 6d to 14s; ewes 7s to 12s 4d. Lambs: From 4s to I2si' Cattle: Bullocks, £6 10s to £10 15s cows, £4 to £9 5s.
Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909
Commercial. SOSSEX-STREET PRICES. Sydney, Monday. Wheat, 3s 8}d to 3s Bid ; some holders naked 3s 9Jd. . Flour. Sydney roller, £9 03 ; country makes, £9. Mill offal, bran and pollard, N.S.W., £G \ per ton. Brail. £5. Pollard. £6. Maize, vicionan, i.uu iu -jo hu ; uiu'ena Und, 4s 9d ; local grades, 4s Cd to 4a fld ; South African, 4s 9d ; islands, 4s 9d. J3arley, Cape, 4s to 4s 2d. Oats, Taimaniun, 2s lOd to 3a j New Zea land, nominal ; Algerian, N.S.W., 2s 6d to 2s 7d. Wheat, prime chink, 3s lOd to 4s, Chaff : South Australian, £5 6s to £5 10s ; Victorian, £5. Oaten hay, Victorian, £5. Derrick straw, Tasmauiun, £2 17s Gd. Lucerne hay, Hunter River, prime dry green, £4 10s to^GS ; prime brown, £4 10s. Potatoes, Northern Rivers, £3 10s to £4 10s ; Tttsmunimi redskins, £7 ; darkekins, £4 10s to £5 ; Hunter River, £1 5s to £3 10s. Onions, Victorian, £8. Butter advanced 4s per cwt. Choicest, 105a ; good, 96a to 98s; sccond quality and medium, 88s to 90s. Bacon, prime factory, aides, 9|d ...
Stealing from a Dwelling. A JEWELLERY ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909
Stealing from a Dwelling. A JEWELLERY ROBBERY. , At the Police Court yesterday, before Mr. -T. C. K. McKell, P.M., two youths -James Denmead alias Jaml^ ^ ® (IS) and Barney Vincent (16) ™eie charged with stealing, in comp^' from the dwelling house °I J Phillips, a quantity of jewolleiy, valued at £30 10S. s ' ? constable Barnes deposed ^ ^ o°f Uthgow, together S warrant and -depositions, also some jewelleiT. , LUhgowj „ r«,r 4 . h»l i«. ° to tho -effect that on tlio morning ?svtis to the, » , was i of -the 7th, about 4.30. o ciocit . or t\Tq1^iipv Oil WQ Bo\venMS-roid iiear the Park, when he saw accused come through the railway viaduct, and stop at a paling fenc . | rep^y to questions they said they had ™ from Bathurst but had walked from Wallerawang. Each accused was carrying a small swag. He took the ac cused to Bowenfels station, where the right officer gave them in cuhum*. the following day witness went with Sergeant Burn and Constable Love to where the swags had beeu left, and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909
ALL ARE UNITED ! In saying that for all Stomach. Trou bles there is no' remedy like Dr. Slieldon's Digestive Tabules. Price 2/6 per tin. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George-street, Bathurst; E.. Morgan, Burraga.* 1 A report from Mr. J. B. SuCtor, New South Wales Commissioner iu the East, 1 states that attention Is being given | there to the import of frozen meat. TERRIBLE FATE. It's a terrible fate to suffer from se rioiis Lung Trouble. Ward it off with Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. Price, 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., ueorge-st,, Bathurst; E. Mor gan, Burraga.* 'The Times' bound complete from 1SG5 upwards has been otalned for the Commonwealth. It weighs four tons. The Council of tho Chamber of Mines of Victoria has passed a resolution against 'the very lenient sentences for gold-stealing,' 1 Existence may bo summed up thus : Up till thirty— live. After thirty— liver. And then- just living. -R. Hicliens. Lifo need not be miserable after you are thirty yours old. If your li...
Correspondence. A BANKRUPTCY INQUIRY. (To the Editor of the "Argus.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909
Correspondence. A BANKRUPTCY INQUIRY. (To tho Editor of the 'Argus.') Sir,— -As you have so fully reported the case held before tho Registrar last] Saturday, you will oblige by publish ing the enclosed in justice to Mrs. Lee, who is unfamiliar' with business, and whoso evidence stands in need of expla nation. I am wholly and solely re sponsible for anything in connection Wltll StOCK uasiu; WUU& auu *--- , per time, and .iu the proper , place, I will show that the present state of af-j fairs is the result of misfortune and of too ready compliance in the fulfilment of an obligation. I will show that the sheep were not originally purchased on credit; that my own P.N., with a stock mortgage, was rejected by Rice; that, sifter some cor- 1 respondence about the endorsement, he was put upon his enquiry ; that, though I have every reason to believe he was not advised to accept it, lie came here ?to this house with his agent, during my illness, and induced me 10 had wired him to come...