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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH Land Settlement in N.S.W. WHAT HAS BEEN DONE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

I NEWS BY TELEGRAPH « — j) (From New South Wales Country * Press Association |. h i ? . . _ 'j Land Setilemeni m N.s.vi/. B'T WHAT HAS BEEN DONE. 'N ' Sydney, Thursday. Mr. Moore, Minister for Lauds, was asked to-day. if lie liad read 'the rex'ort of the speech delivered by; Mr.. Wat bou recently ou the subject of- laud faettiemeut aud iii the course of whicft it was stated that the' whole business had been a- failure in all the States. The Minister replied that he had not had time to read the speech referred i to, but in answer to questions he stat ed that during the last year nearly BO fcettlers per week had been placed on Crown lands. In the matter of closer : settlement the present Government had done practically all that had been done in the State. The estates resumed „ comprised Walla Walla, Sunny Ridge, Muugery, Coreen, Back Paddock, Bo- j ree Creek, and Brookong. The total area was about 280j000 acres and the cost of resumption a little over a mil lion pounds. The number of ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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General News [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

General News Customs revenue received at Sydney on Tuesday amounted to £14,900. The items were : Ales, spirits, and beverages, £2816 ; tobacco and manufactures, £2200 ; textiles, felts, fursV etc,, '£1498^ ^ metals and machinery, £2400. ,1™ It is stated that Mr. Fowler, M.P., for '' Perth, will not accept nomination as a pledged member of the Labor party at M the next Fe jeral elections. W At the general election in Victoria, i| the Minister for Lands, Mr. T. Hunt, ill was defeated for Upper Goulburn by \-'m Mr. G. A. Cookson. Sir Thomas Bent i|l says that if he were not chosen as Premier he would support the Govern- i| ment as a private member. Some mem bers of the Labor pirty are urging that /J the party should challenge the Goverh- $1 ment directly Parliament meets. t|| Mr. A. Anglin, Eureka-street, Ballarat, fM Vic., writes : ' Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera H|| and Diarrhoea Remedy ia a tip-top remedy Jd® for cramps in the stomach, diarrhcoa and -'-£ dyeoutry. I have used it and ...

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Bowls. DUBBO v. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

; Bowls. DUBBO v. BATHURST. The following members of the Bath urst Bowling Club will represent/the club in the match against the Dubbo Club for the Western District Shield (presented by the N.S.W. Bowling As sociation) on the local green to-day. PlflT fn -a+«irf 0+ -1 ? _ M.U micu u Uiuuii suai'p; j Messrs. W. H. Gartrell, Curtis, Edg ley, Ennis, Mitchell, ' Amos, Rlgby Golsby, Kenniweil, Moody, 'Shepherd, Curran. Emergencies: Hayward, Iilrk patrick. Afternoon tea will be provid ed, and the members lady friends -are invited-. to 'atteaffs — i — .

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Royal Male Welsh Choir. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

Royai Male Welsh Choir. Messrs. J. and N. Tait, with: char acteristic enterprise, have Ibrought out another fine attraction for Aus tralian musici lovers, aud in the Roy al Welsh Male Choir, which will be heard net Thursday evening, at the School of Arts, residents are prom ised a great treat. Possessing, as thev do. a history quite as .interesting if not as extensive as the Besses e' the Barn Band, these famous choris ters, have raised themselves from the colliery pit to the 'first flight of great Britain's leading- vocalists. - They have won £10,000 in open competi tion with the world's choirs. They have sung 011 four occasions before Royalty, and are now making a world's tour, which, in point Of enthusiasm and receipts, must iwcessarily prove a record. As is well known, Welsh men are singularly gifted in the great musical art, as instance the many great singers, instrumentalists, and ^masters, who owe their nativity to Wales; but in the present instance the magnificent achievemen...

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The Season's Greetings. POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

The Season's Greetings. I POLICE .COURT PROCEEDINGS. After the business at the Police court finished yesterday, Sub-Inspector An derson, addressing the Police Magis trate, (Mr. T.'i C. ' K. McKell) said that: 011 behalf of the members of the police force, as well as on his own behalf, lie deserved to. wish Mr. Mc ?tfoii n lmnnv .and m'osiierous new year. It was pleasing to look back on the year, aud to note the good feeling which had existed between the Court House officials and the police. He jegretted that 110 members of- the legal profession were in attendance, for he was sure that they, too, would have joined iii this expression' of good will. He expressed pleasure in knowing that Mrs. McKell was' again recovering from her severe illness, and hoped that both Mr. and Mrs. McKell would live, long and enjoy great hap piness and peace in. the future. He also expressed his appreciation of the way in which the' members of the Court House staff had acted towards the po lice. They were ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

Three fires occurred at Broken Hill during Monday night and Tuesday morning. The fire calls for the year , total J 50. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

Now ia tho time to take a holiday, got df|j out into the country, on the mountains and visit tho seashore, but do not forget to A take a bottle of Cliamborlain's Colic, Cli°'* era, and Diarrhoea Ramody along with )'ou' ::Vi It is almost certain to bo needed, and can- ifa not be obtained on railroads or steam-0!'1?3, .-/« It is too much of a risk for anyone to leavo | home on a journey without it. For salo by L. Edglpy and Co. ' £*|j

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Swimming Carnival. HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

Swimming Carnival. HANDICAPS. i The carnival to-night promises to be a great success. The nominations from Sydney tend to make the event all the more attractive'. Everything is in order, and ample accommoda tion has been made for the visitors. The following arei the handicaps in the chief events:— 33 Yards Junior Handicap; first heat: H. Seaman and C.' Gregory, scr; L. Williams, lsec; P. Mansell and N. A'Hearn, 2secs.; R. Rogers, 3secs; C. Read, Osecs; P. Treanor, 17sccs. Second Heat: J. Harrison and H. A'Hearn, scr; J. Mollison, lsec; G. Hobson, 3sec; C. Rendall, 4se'c; N. Sea man, 6secs; A. Pulbrook, 9sec; R. Mc Sorley, 9secs. The Ladies Nomination Handicap: Stan White (Miss White) and E. Mun day, scr.; W. Gartrell, lsec; E. Fray ley (Miss Frayley), A. Kelly (Mrs. Kelly), 2secs; L. Critchley (Miss Ca sey), Leslie White (Miss White) and F. Williams (Miss Williams), 3secs; L. Frayley (Miss Frayley) and K. Dll low (Miss Dillow), 4sccs; H. Sullivan (Miss Sullivan) 6se'cs; L. Davis .(M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

ALL ARE UNITED , __ In saylngi that for all Stomach Trou bles there! is no remedy like Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Price 2/6 per tin. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George-street, Bathurst; E. Morgan, Burraga.*

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The Rainfall INTERESTING FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

The Rainfall INTERESTING FIGURES. The rainfall in Bathurst f-or 1008 was only 15.89, or nearly 9 inches less than the average fall. This is acknow ledged to have been the worst season known in the' Bathurst district. Not only has it been so low but the. drought was preceded with a succes sion' of- dry years thus completely' dry ing the earth's surface!. The following figures show the. falls for the past six years: 1CT2, 14;S3; 1903, 21.6S;- 1904, 18.26; 1905; 18.57; 1906, 22.S9; 1907, 19.72; 1908, 15.89. Even' the rain that has fallen this year has been 'patchy' and, with one' exception, there was only one 'soaking' rain. The frosts, too, lasted until late in October and these had a serious effect upon the crops and grass. From an old record we' have made the following extract showing the -Pn-r* Mfjwr +-anfTt f/IV 'fllA past 50 yeara. During this period some' of the records were exceedingly low; 1858, 25. Gl; 186S, 12.47; 1878, 26.70; 1888, 15.4; 1898, IS. 46; 1908, 15.89.

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908. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

to. . : I night we hid farewell to -'.»? iJr 1908., not with any l'eeling ? r. Jileasure, but, as Is quite uatural, i. : inse of regret. Like the years roll by, Vour lives are equally on ;waue — each succeeding year brings inankind nearer to that time when piust depart this eventful life/ and, I [hope, enter an .everlasting home 1 ^11 our ureat Creator. I11 the State, .Aud in fact, throughout, the great clvi /' Used world,, the year that is just clos z ing lias been one of prosperity and / peace. Australia, our fair home 'neath tho Southern Cross, has continued its gi'eat' march natiouwards; its foun dation as a Federated people has got be yond the primary, move, and the States which, in their single blessedness, were comparatively , unknown in tho world of commerce and population; are now attracting, as a Federal whole, the wealtfi-. and trade of the nations of the old world. The eyes of the East and the West are upon us. Proni the West we can look for peace and | tra(Je; . from th...

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THE SYDNEY CROWD. EVERYTHING ORDERLY AND QUIET Sydney, 12.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

THE SYDNEY CROWD. EVERYTHING ORDERLY AND QUIET j Sydney, 12.15 p.m. The restriction of the new Police Offences Act has had a salutary effect on the conduct and behaviour of the crowds who assembled in the vicinity of the G.P.O. Police patrolled the streets in pairs, and only one or two of the most venturesome spirits show ed any inclination to rowdyism. But this was immediately suppressed. At no time did the crowd exceed that of an ordinary Saturday night, and the people strolled about leisurely, wait ing for the' stroke of the bell which would usher in the New Year. If was hard to believe that this was the same community which so disgraced itself by misconduct in the streets at the inception of 190S. As midnight sounded cheers went up from the crowd, and a few crackers were' fired; off after whiclfthe crowd quickly dispersed.

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Local and General. THE HOTTEST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

Local and General. ... - ? THE HOTTEST DAY. ' ? , ? 1 Bathurst recorded a century on the thermometer, ' in the shade, yesterday. This is the highest temperature so far recorded ithis. summer.: . ; ???.,,

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Ushering in the New Year. AN ORDERLY CROWD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

Ushering in the New Year. AN ORDERLY CROWD. ' Never before lias a new year been ushered in more quietly by the people' of Bathurst than was that of 1909 this morning. Although a considerable num of people paraded the streets from an early hour there was not the slightest attempt at disorder. Only a few instru ments were blown and the noises cre ated were less than that by an ordin ary Saturday night crowd. On' every hand could be heard expressions of goodwill and season's greetings as friend met friend. Watchnight services were held in several of the Churches. The midnight toll sounded by the bells of All Saints' Cathedral signal ised the' dying of the old year, and Boon afterwards this was followed bj a joyful peal which told ..the public that 1909 had been ushered in. The whistles 011 engines at the' railway also shrieked out a welcome, and a few people in the street raised a cheer. Some consternation was experi enced by hearing the Fire Bell, but on enquiry it was learned that th...

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THE VAUDEVILLE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

THE VAUDEVILLE COMPANY,. , Another fatisy representative encrc greeted;-. flic Vaudeville. Company; -.lsist night. Every item was encored -and the performers acquitted themsolvefs satisfactorily. / There will . be another change of ? programme night, aud the! | ?numbers will, be such as to. suit a ho liday crowd. ? ? ' -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

SiffloiSS Fat l@% Stock & Stock /BR0MERS\ Station Salesmen Ag'ents. REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKIMS, MARSUPIAL SKINS. SELLING PER CENT. CHARGES drag ON WOOL. SELUNQ BROKERS OE^L¥ Offices and Stores i CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. ? ? QUICK RETURNS. LIBERAL ADVANCES. ? . — ? ? J * 'f ^ T? IC® QiP IJ 9 O Brewery, Bowling St' j | K\KLib3\^KlL bJ REDFERN, SYDNEY. I | XXX ALES ? ? Draught Ales j j I Lager — ? Obtain- || Pilsener— inHles Dinner Ale Holels Bitter Ale ? j A1^PuR\^olAe?ome ! iJCItJC IL ijiycii jfrkltJ Bottled Ale. I Stout ? Bottledf I IRESCH'S Ales, Beers and Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hops obtainable, 11 without a particle of preservative. If Mr.Tcmperley, Vice-president of the N.S.W.Country Press Association addrereingar^assemblageof N.'STWVCountry |f . Pressmen representing a circulation of 230,000 newspapers per issue, said 'I saw in Resch^ Brewery the finest M collection of machinery that 1 have seen for many a long day,'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

EPERT FAILED TO Kipi Had Suffered Six Years— Face Badly Affected— Dared Not Go Out when Air Was Raw— Cuti- cura Proved Only Remedy — Also Cured Ringworm on Girl's Arm. CbTlCURA REMEDIES * TWICE SUCCESSFUL 'I found three cakes of Cuticura Soap, ono box of Cuticura Ointment and two l-ottles of Cuticura Resolvent ampio to clear mo of eczema, 'with which X had suffered for six years. It was tho face principally that was affected nnd lat terly 1 scarcely dared show myself out of doors if thero wos tho least rawness .1 in tho air. X tried two or three doctors, also a chemist who was supposed to bo an expert on eczema, but thoy did not Eeem to cure me permanently. Also tho earao box of Cuticura Ointment cured a pretty bad ease of ringworm on a girl's arm that I persuaded her to allow mo to dress witn it. G. h. .Monro, Uurrow Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale, May 11, l'J07.'' Send to nearest depot for free Cuti-. cura Book on Treatment of Skin Diseases. Of Skin-tortured and Disfigured Babies Should Kn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

WHY SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT superior to any : 0}hisr»eucalyptu3 productf Because it is the result of full experience and of a special and careful proccsa of manufacture, and the danger attending the use of the irresponsible preparations . which are now palmed off an '(Extracts ' are avoided. A death was recently reported from tho use of one of these concoctions, and at an action at law, a sworn witness testified that he suffered the mosi cruel irritation from the' application to an ulcer of another, which was sold as ' just at good as SANDER'S EXTRACT.' There fore, beware of such deception. . Rememberr that in medicine a drop that cures is bo Met than a tablespoonful that kills, and insist upon the preparation which was proved by experts at the Supreme Court of Victoria and by numerous authorities 'during the last. 35 years to be a product of genuine merit, viz., THB GENUINE SANDER AND SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX TRACT. ' F. ? Hearne', Chemist, Wi...

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Sculling. ARNST'S CHANCE AGAINST BARRY. Fremantle, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

Sculling. ARNST'S CHANCE AGAINST BAR RY. Fremantle, Thursday. ,, George' .Towns, ex-champion sculler of the world, arrived to-day, en route fpr Sydney, He was quite elated when informed of Arnst's victory, and ex presses the opinion that Arnst will easily beat Barry. With respect to bis own match with Barry he said: 'The better man won; 'I am too old now.' He expects -there will be' no difficulty in arranging: a match between Arnst aud Barry.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

It' is understood that, iafter the Pre- ' mlei' returns on January 14, the Cabin et will immediately give consideration to wha_t_action, if any, 'is to be taken in respect to boxing Contests.

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