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Armidale Chronicle (Newspaper) - April 7, 1909, Armidale, New South Wales Or. J. of Antist Drew s Chambers by Ardy Streat be Oon Eluted at 6uyea Stan s hotel on tuesday april 6th Aloha on Friday april 16 got Fawkes a Rovenor hotel on monday and tuesday april 36th and27tb. We Al Mombi Anchor hotel to a Nosy april 28th, Tram 10 . Till 1 p. My. E. C. Simpson dental surgeon Ebardt Street Armidale. A. E. Reading sex most. Beardy Street Armidale commercial upstairs opposite Tutt Versall e hotel. Or. St. George dentist Hill Street Uralla. Jgr opposite put of Fec. Hovss-9 to 5. 26. And at Walcha a end Molod by or. Is. So Nev pc Mir l.d8. J. M. Proctor solicitor has Glommen Ofifi proc Isoo in Beardy Street next express office. W207 Hugh j. Scott architect. Commercial buildings Beardy Street opposite Tattersall s hotel. N�13 b. N. Hickson architect commercial buildings a Kandy Street Armidale. Hugh h. Gordon got. Land agents. All information concerning land promptly furnished. Land Board meetings attended in an part of the District by appointment. invited. . Box 67. R2 land agent. Stab. 1896. Address go Ofene. The Vii Dxie fac Mirt a Tab which it tem a Milb a6i, Tao Luhs 1872. Wednesday april 7. A. Little Hoy William Timmins son of a Settlor near moras was Riding a horse which i fell on him breaking both his a Nib. William Alexander Donald Bank to Countant has been committed for trial fat be a on a charge of Emberling �32 and �20 respectively the property of the local Cranch of the . Bank. When arrested Moused Maicl he expected it adding that he had got into bad company and had in Salgad in gambling. Or. William ,.ij.c., a Wall a town victorian Public Man a died at flt Well via on sunday. Two men named Henry Wilton and Syd by Button were charged at the Sydney police court in monday with being Idle and a disorderly person having insufficient Law Tol Tonaus of support. Constable Leary Aid accused on being searched were found in Possession of Taro imitation notes one for �10. And the other for 410x1. The men Ware a menace to the Public. They also had a stamp for stamping Brummagyn jewellery. It stamped 15 Carat. The " Oles were no doubt used to induce coun try visitors to part with their Money i vented were remanded for a week. A. Boster Samed John Allingham killed at Darling Island Sydney on 8atnrday 4hrongh being rim Orar by Tome loaded Tancke. Exports from Bro ten Hill last Quarter War je401.093, u Cut Monred with x657i723 in the Uci Reli Quarter Otla Byear. The import were jb184,790, a decrease a 870,899. In memorial. Sib Tab Lmh Knob Good Samaritan Jan tidied april 3rd, at Charters i Tower a. _. Usu egad for try clasp her wasted hands together in the attitude of prayer p1&06 the Crucifix Between them she was wont in life to Wear draw the veil Doorn smoothly round her let it Shade the Placid face that is now to calmly resting in death s Long desired Umbraco. Sisuly hands and feet that Laboured with Bravo heart and upright will an tour to fiks of Lovo Aro ended All your works for Over still from a pain All Tail nil borrow god bestows on Bor release and on brow and lips of Marble sets his. Final of perfect peace. For god s own dear Sake she Laboured in Vigod a own dear Amis she died by blood of Christ her Saviour and her us Springs sanctified now she lies Christ s spouse by contract which in heavenly record stands with his ring upon her Finger and her Vowe Ivi thin Lucr a tends. Until do Atli in god s Sweet scr Ioe she a Lead vowed to persevere Consa crating to his honour Alt most Preci Ous Ana most dear and in spite of human frailty she Baa kept each solemn vow All her promises Havo keen fulfilled god s part remain eth now. Feo we leave you Dearest sister in he loved and Loving care glad to think what you Are gaining though our loss be hard to Bear ton were Visby of by title you were his by evil right could to wish you Here in darkness then he Calls you to the Light. The Federal Llcy. While or. Fisher kept the policy of the caucus carefully concealed about his person it added greatly to his consequence on the principle of course one i Notum pro magnifier. Now the secret s out however he is not nearly so highly thought of. " Why to could have got All Liis from the labor platform without troubling the prime minister to open his Mouth is a common remark. It does not occur to these critics that any policy emanating from the same source is necessarily liable to the same objection. The caucus enjoys whatever satisfaction May be obtain Able from shackling its members. But by the same process it necessarily shackles itself. Its platform is fixed and settled. It can t Stop to consider such trifles As the German Challenge or the dreadnought agitation. Its policy is Cut and dried beforehand. S and v. Fittler r. Bower Browne and Starling 10, Wardman Purkiss Gulledge and d. Burke 11, a Godfrey Drinkwater and Hack 12, a Hay Don k. Finlayson Palmer Warnecke and Hern 13, h. Godfrey costello Coch Rane and Solomons 14, j. Burke and Yale 15, Wiillam Foster and Hitchcock 16, Miller 18, Mooney 20, and Harper 22. marriage of Clito son of or. And mrs. A. Dangar of Barona and Norah daughter of or. And mrs h. C. Dangar of Grantham Potts Point took place at St. Johns Darling Hurst on wednesday last. The Rev. E. C. Beck and Bev Stacey Waddy performed the ceremony. The Bride who was Given away by her father or h. C. Dangar was attended by four bridesmaids her Sisters the misses Muriel and Grace Dangar miss Louie Dowling and miss Greta Robinson. The bridal gown was most Graceful being of Ivory Satin charmeuse the bodice and skirt trimmed with Duchesse Point tulle veil and Wreath of Orange blossoms and a bouquet were added. Her jewels included the. Bridegroom s gift a pair of Diamond earrings a Diamond brooch from miss Eadith Walker and a necklace and Pendant from her father and Mother. The brides maids were dressed in Pale Blue Ninon de some made with n Poutane effect Over Satin and trimmed with lace Large Black hats and wands wit i knots of Pink roses. The beat Man was the bridegroom s brother or. Bodney Dangar. Wedding Tea was erred in a marquee on the Lawn at Gran Tham. K later the Bride and bridegroom left by motor for or. Arthur Allen s place at fort Hackling for their honeymoon. The future Home of or. And mrs c. C. Dangar trill be at gos Wyck Noar Armidale or. Dangar having resigned his regimental commission. The presents included a ring set with australian stones from lady Northcote a fitted Pion Champer from sir Harry and miss Dawson a Gold mesh bag from Captain Wilbon a picture from or. And mrs. Grenville Miller a Sapphire and. Pearl Star from or. Share. Or. And mrs Abbey Dangar gave a valuable painting by Virkers. A a ibb & Batman return visit to Armidale of j. W. Bosnian of Gib and Beeman ltd., consulting opticians of 8 Hunter Street Sydney late sight testing expert and manager for h. A. Barraelough ?ltd., will be made of monday april 19. Or. Beeman who is so Well known to our readers As a eight testing expert and who has been visiting this to in for Many years and will Eon tinae to do so regularly every month May to consulted at the Imperial hotel from 10 a in. To 6 p., on All oases of defective Eye eight needing Corr hotly adapted and perfectly. Fitted glasses. All end Fostera from any Eye trouble should consult this Well known and reliable expert. The general election of members to the local pastures Protection Board will be held on Friday 28th May. Nomination Day has been fixed for wednesday uay6th. of patient i Are being undertaken regularly by the musical and operatic society. The opera will Moat Likely be ready for production about the lost week in May. The allot ment of characters is As follows patience a Dairy maid. Miss Cissie cough Lin lady Angela miss Era Hern " lady Saphir Hiss. To lean " lady Gila Mies Stella hers " lady Jane visa k. Cut song " colonel Calre Riey or. F. Kirlan major Murgatroyd Lar. Maunsell lieutenant the Duke of Dun stable or. C. &. Top " Reginald Bunthorn or. H. A Moss " Archibald Grosvenor or. Geo. Braund. Public so tools the usual monthly meeting of the Armidale District Public schools association was held at the Superior Public school on sat urday or. W. G. Thomas senior in Spector of schools presiding. The business before the meeting was the Reading of the manuscript Journo to of which mias Morgan is Eitress. Excellent papers were submitted As follows a correlation scheme in regard to teaching a number of subjects through geography or. Oppatt j " Logi Cal methods applicable to nature study or. Bruce j .7 f he amorous paper on the dying system a us Ataii by or. Cory the Entrance to he Cosmos of the mighty atom by or. Forster. The papers All proved very interesting. On the 1st of May next at a Conversa Zione arranged for the purpose the members intend making a presentation to or. J. Newberry on the eve of his departure for Queensland. Obituary. A. Particularly sad death was recorded locally on saturday morning when John the Only son of or. And mrs. John Waterfall of Armidale succumbed to enteric Fern after a fortnight s illness much sympathy has been expressed for the afflicted relatives in their trouble. The deceased was 19 years of age and was a very industrious youth. The Faa eral took place on sunday afternoon and was largely attended Tatj ten. Archdeacon Lewis Reading the burial service in the anglican cemetery. Messes. Harper Bros had Barge of the death is reported from Charters towers a of miss Lizzie Dermott in religion sister Laur ence. Deceased was the oldest daughter of or. And mrs. Owen Dermott of this City and was 21 years of age. She was a j Pupil of the ursuline nuns Here until she became a member of the Good Samaritan order in Sydney five years ago. Sister Laurence was transferred from Sydney to North Queensland about 12 months ago. She recently contracted fever which was the primary cause of death. Dean Tobin made very touching reference to her death at both masses at St. Mary 8, on sunday 1 last. 1 Farewell to Rev j. C. sunday last in the methodist Church the Rev. J. C. Hill preached his Farewell ser Mon. The crowded congregation betokened the general esteem in which or. Hill is held Many adherents of other churches a Union the Chi or rendered two pc theraby and was probably never heard to greater advantage. On monday evening in the school Hall a Public valedictory was ten dered the Rev. Gentleman and Hie family. Notwithstanding the Damp weather a Large number assembled to say Good Bye to the guests a musical programme preceding the Farewell ceremony comprised solos by misses Gray w. Lambert Plastow and Clapson and messes. W. Gray Scott and gentle a mandoline selection by miss Cox Singleton which was enthusiastically encoded a recitation by or. G. Booth and a glee by the choir. The chairman j or a. W. Percival senior circuit Stew Arthen appreciatively referred to the j work done by the Bev. Or. Hill and his family and expressed the circuit s regret at losing them. The other speakers who endorsed Tho sentiment voiced by the chairman were Aid. C g. Wilson on be half of the citizens or. E. Purkiss for the congregation ? or. J. W. Richardson for the trustees while messes. Piper and gentle represented the local preachers and sunday school respectively Tho chair mail then presented miss Hill with a jewel Case from the choir of which she had been for Thiee years a member. The Rev. J. Q. Hill was presented with a beautifully illuminated address in which his Sterling Worth and Many Virtues were noticed and keen regret at his departure mentioned. Miss Hill feelingly responded thanking All for the Good wishes expressed and paying a tribute to the Loyal assistance of the staff of Church workers. The meeting terminated wit i refreshments and individual words of parting with the minister and his family. A Jav ? Dan Barry Drai Satio company. The forthcoming but ii of the new Dan Barry dramatic Coia Pany to High commences a season Oft o nights in the Armi Dale town Hall on faster monday night j next april 12th, will. Without doubt cause a Deal of Pii buc interest. The piece to be produced bears the striking title " when women lore and in this production .-Hollyford has a part which greatly suits him go that we Beau be Able to see this Clever Young actor at his Best. The drama is above the Ordin Ary run of melodrama and is of absorbing interest and full of sensational situations the most intense Hearty inter by and plenty of Good rollicking Humour. The company is said to be the strongest and Best that has Ever toured the provinces and is headed by miss Loris Bingham a charming Young emotional actress who is possessed of All the attributes that captivate an audience. She has Only recently completed an engagement with or. J. C. Williamson. New scenery has 6een specially painted for the tour and the mechanical effects have been carefully attended to and everything has been done to make the performance an unbounded Success. A change of Bill is announced each night. Popular prices-3s, 2s, and is. The Box plan is at Geldard a where seats May be booted without extra. Charge. Alderman Norman Ebsworth has been elected mayor of a erne in aug session toil Deraya Parker who Signel dental notic0,-. Wtl80n, dentist of Drew s Chambers begs to announce that Hoft decided to Redt Xoe his fed for to 2a 6d. All brr Antione Onana teed ab80lt7trlv u the View be optician. Or. S. A. Kasbar s Many local patrons will be glad to learn that this Well known viennese mid London ophthalmic optician and spectacle maker of Challis House no 10, third floor Martin place. Sydney will pay Armidale he usual periodical visit on wednesday thursday Friday and sat urday 2tut, 22nd, 23cd, and 24th april 1909, and May be consulted at the Imperial hotel. During a trip round the world or. Basset visited the renowned optical colleges of London new York Vienna Berlin and Dresden Frota each of which be holds credentials and is also a qualified master of the British optical association. All defects of the sight corrected and glasses specially adapted for ocular headaches. Tour eight tested with the latest invented instrument. Consulta Tion free of charge. Or. Baeser May be consulted in person so As to guarantee the Bestree ult. No travelling agents employed. Sole agent for. The " so easy rimless glasses. The Bishop of Armidale has just concluded a fortnight s official tour of the Tenterfield Parish his lordship officiated at St. Mary s Church. Tenterfield and mad a stirring Appeal to a very Large congregation on behalf of the funds for the erection of the proposed new Cathedral at the Headquarters of the see. A Large amount was subscribed. Or. J. A. M1 Donald has been retained. By the attorney general to instruct or. B. B. O Conoho the defence of Stanley Wil Liams ibo has been committed to stand his trial on a charge of murder at the Armidale circuit court on 23rd inst. At a special licensing court on tuesday is fore messes. Of w. Gars Tang p., and c. A. Jackes j.p., a renewal of the License of the club hotel was granted to or. Jas Wayte the assessment being fixed at �25 Pir annul. The following rainfall records have been received at the local Post office Reinee last Issue Newcastle 27 Points Kempsey 42, fort Macarie 108, Ballina 10, Casino 37 tabular 13, Singleton 89, Italcia 19, More 75, and Armidale 15. The result of the b Grade band contest held at Moore Park Sydney on saturday night last resulted Rockdale municipal band 127 Points 1 Corrigal town band 126 Points 2 Keira band 123 Points 3 Glen Innes band 120 Points 4 Balmain he Charitee 116 Points 5. Glen Innes band the indignant at the adjudicator s award and has challenged the alleged winners to play for �z0 aside. It is generally understood that or. Robert Donald is retiring from the under Secretary ship of lands in order to enter into business on his own account. It was rumoured that or. M Donald had entered into partnership with the Hon. Jas. Ashton but there is no truth in the report at the ambulance sports Brisbane on saturday Tom Maher Hurt himself in the pole vault. He took a jump at 10ft 3in, and As he covered the bar the pole snapped. He Tell from the full height of the bar. His head and neck appeared first to strike Tine Grau uti -vuiriu3bu to aug. violently by the weight of the body. For some minutes serious fears were entertained but he gradually recovered and walked from the a founds amidst the cheers of the crowd speaking at the Barrier Harry Holland made a violent speech and advised the men to show their spirit and bring the trouble to an end by Downing their tools to creating a general strike. He advised them if they could not get bread in any other Way to take it. Lismore agricultural society has Dis qualified an exhibitor in the horse Section for eighteen months for " tearing off a rib another exhibitor was disqualified for twelve months for using objectionable language to one of the judges. It is estimated that the prickly Pear has Tan Over 75,000 acres of Good land on Moon Creek in the Ortli Western District. Jas. Sherman of the Iron and pal Block has offered to Supply the Federal govern ment with ten thousand tons of Iron Ore free of Cost to be used in the construction of the proposed Commonwealth Fleet. An enthusiastic meeting was held at Inverell Oil saturday morning in advocacy of the line to Glen Innes and an influential deputation was appointed to wait on the minister for work in Sydney on the 15th inst and Lay before him the claims of the District to railway communication with the tableland. Hoary floods Are reported from the Hutu District Tasmania there sheep and cattle were drowned and thousands of apples were rendered useless. At the Sydney police court on saturday adorning George Darling Longlois chemist was charged on remand with caring on March 24 caused the death of Wisther go Lilavadi he Wai further remanded till tuesday. At the Fedney police court on monday. Captain bookers ? master of the Steamer British Monarch wis fined �100, with posts for having allowed a prohibited immigrant a chinese fireman to enter the Commonwealth. The two youths who placed several sleepers on the railway line at Milbrook Viand stated that their object waa not to derail the train but to remove the sleepers with a View of " making a Rise Hare been committed for trial. The Queensland executive decided on thursday that the sen tence of death passed on the aboriginal. " Bismarck for the murder of mrs Revetti at Judah on january 14, shall be carried into effect on april 19, at Brisbane gaol. A Farmer Bowles Daley Green aged 60. Was shot at Glengarry near Launceston on saturday evening. He want out to. Shoot rabbits and about an hour later was found about Sod Yards from the House lying dead. Portion of the head was blown away. It is believed that while going through a Fence the Guu accidentally Dis charged. A meeting at resolved to invite the minister for works to visit Coon Barabra and receive a deputation regarding the want of railway communication. R a l a 6 it s. S v 0 n e y. Tuesday Federal politics or. Deakin considers the Federal political Outlook very unsatisfactory. He intends to reply to or. Fisher s recent speech in Sydney to Morrow night and added that whenever they intended to give the government notice to quit it would be done in Plain and unmistakable terms and conveyed direct to or. Fisher. A or. Fisher has definitely declined to accede to sir. A Deakin a request for an Early meeting of parliament. Many members of the labor party do not expect to receive any mercy at the hands of or. Deakin or. Fisher s financial scheme does not commend itself to the state treasurer who declares that if agreed to it would place the state govern ments in serious financial difficulties. Broken Hill there is great depression broken Hill owing to there being no imme Diate prospects of the settlement of the Industrial trouble. Employers already have been reduced by 3000, and men Are Leavitis the District daily. The chairman of the unionists it a mass meeting last night. That before the men decided of going on a general strike they should see that their wires and children were Well provided Tor. Frederick Hare convicted of As Sault on proprietary officials has been fined �10, or three months imprison ment. Libel Law. Or. Waddell says that a Bill to Amend the Law of libel will be introduced next session. Opium. One Hundred and eighteen tins of opium valued at �700, were seized from the Steamer Alden Hara at Mel Bourne yesterday. The drug which had been packed ready for delivery was found under seats in the Saloon. Floods in Tasmania. A flood in the Huon River tas mania did damage to the extent of �5000. The Royal show. The Royal agricultural show opened this morning and judging is proceeding vigorously. The show is voted to be the Best yet held by the society. Burgl svy at Newcastle. A burglar was discovered in the1 House of Percy Taylor at Newcastle. He was fired at twice by talc or when attempting to escape and each i shot took effect. The condition of the wounded Man is serious. The naval disaster. Tie jury acquitted Samuel Bryant charged with manslaughter in connection with the naval collision in Sydney Harbor. Judge Rodgers said he could not understand Why Bryant had been presented for trial. He believed that Bryant had done the Best thing under the circumstances and so far from be ing Blat table he was worthy of commendation in not doing something that might have involved the. Over turning of both boats. The jury concurred in the judge s statement. " alleged libel. A Case was mentioned in the Mel Bourne supreme court in which or. Swinburne is claiming �5000 damages from Melbourne age for alleged libel in connection with water Supply contracts. ? the bar Sawong. The wreck of the Steamer Burra Wong was sold for �45. A " so Orlier in Trolle. Florence Lowi Lier obtained �100 damages from w. Withers for in juries sustained in a bicycle collision. Defendant had been " scorching along the Street when the collision occurred knocking Down plaintiff and rendering her unconscious. Obituary. Sir Julian Salomon die a Vollay after a Brief illness aged 73 Yeara plague. A a Yong Man who. Was taken to the Hospital yesterday suffering from plague died this morning. / weather forecast. The latest weather forecast is showery and unsettled weather on the coast and Highlands gradually extending to the North Eastern Quarter j otherwise Fine generally with Cool southerly a. Fire broke out in the find of a Large Hay shed in or c. J. Britten s Woodhouse farm Tamworth and before anything could be done to Check it the fire had gained a Good bold of the building which was completely destroyed. In the shed were ? 1325 bags of malting Barley seed and a Quantity of Bales of Hay All of which were destroyed the estimated loss being Over �2000. The Barley was stored in this shed for the requirements of the brewery. All hands on the farm Laboured at the scene of the fire All Day and we under stand they were successful in saving a number of bags. Sir. Britten had sent a Quantity of seed to Tamworth for despatch by rail but has with drawn the consignment and withheld the Grain. Cablegram Longs monday. Germany and England. German newspapers favour an arrangement being come to with Britain in regard to naval ship building. The austrian press strongly support the agitation for the construction of dreadnoughts. British and French Bankers decline to of operate with German Bankers in a loan to be made in respect of the China railways. Spanish Admiral dead. Admiral Ververa who commanded the Spanish Fleet at the time of the Spanish american War is dead aged 80 years. The French civil service. The Premier of France proposes to legislate realising civil servants associations but denying their Light to strike. A great meeting in protest is being held Iff Paris. ? siberians foe. Australia. a movement in favour of emigrating to Australia is rapidly spreading amongst siberian peasant families. Disastrous fire. A fire at fort Ortli Texas destroyed one Hundred residences. The damage is estimated at �200,000. Five Hundred families Are homeless. New hebrides. A Hurricane passed Over the new hebrides group on the 26th March and did extensive damage to the plantations. The government building at Vila was blown Down and two vessels were driven ashore. A tidal wave swept Bouses and plantations away. Railway construction. The last pay on the Zig Zag Devia Tion work totalled �5000. The naval question. A president of the Board of Edu cation says that the British govern ment knew where to get Money for the building of dreadnoughts and added that when the budget comes on he hoped the patriots would not squeal. German duplicity the German chinese agreement in regard to the Canton Hanson railway was made behind the backs of the English and French Bankers contrary to the protocol signed a week previous. Garmany and Russia. Germany s attempt to smooth rus Sia s humiliation has exasperated the russian preen afresh and there is it great outcry against German brutal Ity. Golf. The monthly medal Docker trophy was played on the local links last saturday resulting As follows 3. 5. Vance e. Richardson e. Robey b. Blaxland or. Scott s. Ryan. T. A Docker j. J. Kelly Jordan e. J. Pow Nall 98 14 81 97 12 85 126 40 86 93 6 87 88. So. 88 111 20 91 101 8 93 105 10 95 108 6 102 132 18 114 Armidale police court. Monday april 5.- before or. F. W. Garstang p three men were brought before the court charged with drunkenness. The first who had a list of 16 Previ Ous convictions against him was fined 20s, or seven Days j and the other two were each fined 2s 6d, or six hours. The two latter fines were paid. Tuesday april 6.- before the police magistrate. A stranger Oil remand from Hill Grove was charged with being of in sound mind. Or. Harris deposed that he exam ined the patient at the lockup and recommended that he be remanded for one week for medical observation. Constable Sutherland stated that at about 10 p. On the previous night he received the patient from Constable Kennedy of Hillgrove who also handed witness the depositions taken at the Hillgrove court. The depositions were thei read disclosing the fact that the accused was arrested at Kilcoy station at which place he had Only recently arrived from Queensland. The patient was remanded for eight Days for medical observation. Married woman named Samella Goddart aged 55, an inmate of a private Hospital at Jwa Bronga near Sydney Mother death on saturday. When admitted she offered Strong objection to being detained and re fused to take any Breu Traat on Satur Day morning and on. The nurse Leav ing her bedroom the door was up feed. Shortly afterwards deceased was found lying dead on a mat near the Stone Steps Clad on Yin heir night dress one had apparently fallen from the window a distance of 18f a and fractured her Skull. The. Doctor who attended her expressed has belief that death was caused through an at tempt to escape and was not suicidal

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