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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

CURED HERSELF ?JU1D unit SOU'. Mother Had Ringworm— Boy Had j i a Very Bad Place on Thigh— j Spread and Grew More Painful | Medical Treatment Failed. USED CUTICURA REMEDIES WITH PERFECT SUCCESS i — — — i— ' ? ? ? ' 'I have used Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment with most perfect success. Twelve years ago I used [if j them as a com U ~ f6/ plote cure for ring ^ .» / worm, after liav ing had a medical ; nlan 'n attendance f / and recently, my '? / l KU\ little son, Norman, 7 0[\Y\ had a very nasty I ^ \ P'aco on his thigh. I ' fiUO We did not know 1 °ilJ\Wr bow wa3 caused I J I I \) but I had medical I rts 1/ hi treatment in N — ?X-A // IV) for it. But na — 'I I timo went on it ' got 1 a r g o r and more painful. Remembering how I had used Cuticura for ringworm, I tried Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment for my boy and they quite cured his leg. After that a similar place came on his arm which I am still treating, but it is almost unnecessary, as it has nearly gone and' the child is...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Robbing a Policeman. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

Robbing a Policeman. At the Police Court yesterday after-: noon, before Messrs. J. Watt and J. Boyd, Js.P., James Denmead, alias Doyle, was charged with stealing a pair of military spurs, value Cs 6d, tho pro perty of Emmanuel Thomas Culleu. Senior Constable Sheehy deposed that this morning he called accused in i.. Mv*,.™ vnnm : lin examined his swag, and claimed everything tlieiein, witness drew his attention to a pair of spurs; he said lie bought these from a bagman at Dubbo two months ago for half a dollar; several other men were present at the time; about Decem ber ,10 Constable Culleu complained of having lost a pair of military spurs from his residence. Constable Cullen deposeu resided in Momsseti-street; iu the day time, between 9 and ll'th December, no one Ws in the house; on the morning nf the 11th be missed 'his razoi, for a pair of military spurs he im Lft Ui Uie pantry, but could find no trace of them; he Identified the spurs produced as his properly; did not give anyone...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EXCESSIVE SPEED CONVICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

THE EXCESSIVE SPEED CON VICTIONS. Wo all agree with those who' hold that the -'law should bo obeyed in tha main, but we are also forced to the idea which' was expressed by the im-. mortal Bard who ,-sald that some laws are better observed in the broach. Those enactments which have been missed lor the safety of the public should certainly claim due consideration and suppurt^oven though they bear the i ill press, in .some instances, ol! what 'itiay; be classed as liasty oi- panic leg islation: But is it not possible that llicro are cases iu which exceptions may bu taken, ami latitude allowed, es pecially where the dictates of humanity call for consideration? Since the in troduction of motor curs the medical tiien in Bathurst have used them ex tensively and the reason for this is not far to seek. In the Interest of^ suffering humanity it Is nccessary 'that (..thq greatest expedition should be observed, and our local medicos have found it necessary to adopt this most modern means. But i...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ARBITRATION PROCEEDINGS. Melbourne, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

THE ARBITRATION PROCEEDINGS. Melbourne, Monday. The legal adyiseis of the Combined Unions have received instructions not to | continue the action in connection with the interim injunction applied for to restrain Ihe Proprietary Company from continuing the alleged lockout. This means that the rule nisi granted by the President of the Arbitration Court will not be served on the Uompany. Mr. Justice Higgins has consented to hear argument in the Arbitration plaint of the Broken Hill miners against the Pro prietary Company in the first week in February, It is probable the prelimin aries will be settled in. -Melbourne and that the case will then be continued in Broken Hill.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Local and General. SYDNEY MUSICAL COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

Local and General. SYDNEY MUSICAL COMPETITION. Those ladies and gentlemen desir ous of forming a choir to compete at the Sydney competition at Easter are requested to meet at the Town Hall this evening at 8 o'clock, when the ap pointment of conductor and other bu siness will be transacted.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRIAL OF TOM MANN. THE INDICTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

TRIAL OF TOM MANN. THE INDICTMENT. The adjonrned cases against Tom Mann and 27 others, arising out of the recent riot, were continued to-day. An application' for an adjournment, made by Mr. Justiri McCarthy, defend ants' solicitor, was refused by the magis trate. Crowds Of ordinary dimensions gathered outside the Court House, and as many as could be accommodated were admitted to the Court room, Mr. iiarnett iuuk ilia ocai uuu me iuu was called shortlyafter 10 o'clock. Two of the accused, Burke and May, were absent. They, however, made their ap pearance later on, and were admonished by the S.M. for their lack of punctuality. Mr. Robison, of the Crown Law Office, Sydney, appeared for the prose cution. The indictment, was as follows: — 'That, together with divers other evilly disposed persons, to the number of roo or more, whose names were unknown, on January 9, 1909, being then armed with sticks, stones, and other offensive weapons, at Broken Hill, in the State of New South Wales, unl...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

MINING WARDEN'S COURT. At the Mining Warden's Court yes terday, James Fergus ' applied for sus pension of /labor 011 his gold lease at Glanniirc. His mate was ill and there was a shortage of water. They had spent £300 iu development of mine and treatment of ores, but the return had barely paid them. A months' suspen sion was allowed.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNIONISTS DESERTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

UNIONISTS DIVERTING.' Many of the unionists who prefer to keep clear of the trouble are making for Menindie, on the Darling River. Every coach that leaves for that place is crowded. ? . ? ; j

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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SATURDAY NIGHT DRUNKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

SATURDAY NIGHT DRUNKS. On Saturday night Constable Krenlter arrested Samuel Wilson for drunken ness and yesterday Wilson was fined 10/ in default three days'- imprisonment. Constable Griffin came across William Diinford in W;illlam-street about 11.30 p.m. He was drunk, and misbehaving himself. For drunkenness a fine of 5/, was indicted and 20/, or seven days' imprisonment lor the second offence.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

General News. The Mi ulster for Defence states that the question o£ compulsory military service will engage the attention of the Cabinet when it begins preparing its propaganda for next session. Mr. Batchelor, referring to the influx of Chinese, says It has been suggest ed that every Chinese in Australia should be required to show a passport, under penalty of immediate transpor tation...' Mr. 1-1. R. ..Mertel, speaking at the German National Fete on. Saturday, said that war between England and Germany would mean commercial bank ruptcy for Australia. Australia's destiny shall be our destiny,' said Mr. Mertel. 'We will' at any time give our for tunes to maintain the liberties which your Constitution has conferred upon ?us.'' . ; * -- . Now is the: time to tako a holiday, 'get out into the country, on the mountains, and visit the seashore, but, do not. forgot to take a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era, and Diarrhoea Remedy along with you. It is almost certain to be needed, and c...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

WOOL fB|JFJ|jf UK WHEAT Fat L ' - Stock & f^ck /DROKERSN ^tiof Salesmen V. ? ^ Agents. REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, BABBIT SKIMS, MARSUPIAL SKINS. ^ - ? SELLING BROKERS ONLY ? ? PCT„PMe ? — SELLING mm PERCENT. Offices and Stores, CHARGES ^ ON WOOL. CIRCULAR QUAY, ? ? SYDNEY. ADVANCES. — ? ? ? — — ? ? ? ? ? ? — . ? ~ , ? ;-j= ? — J 1 O TC7 Q|^ jjLf ?C? Brewery, Dowllag St.,' | jS^lLOl^JOl 3 REDFERN. SYDNEY. I I XXX ALES ? ? — Draught Ales \ Lj£l)Sf0F ? Obtain- II Bitter Ale ? ~ ^Bottled Ale. | i ® able I j Pikener— froi l Select Stock Ale Bott ed Ale, & J ! i Dinner Ale HoteIs ' Stout ? . ? BottlecL I \ RESCH'S Ales,.- Beers and Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hops obtainable, f without a particle of preservative, .. . - I i Mr.Tcmpertcy, Vlce-prcsidcnt of the N .S.W.Countiy Press Association addressing Ith'&Bscmblagc'of N'.S.W. Country | 1 - Pressmen representing a circulation of 230,000 newspapers per issue, said ; — 'I 8aw i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

| A GREAT LAW SUIT DECIDED. The Supreme Court, the People, liavo decided that Dr. Sheldon's New Dis covery -wins against Coughs, Colds, and Consumption. Price, 1/G and 3/.i Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George 8t*j Bat&urst; B... Morgan, Burraga^

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INTERNATIONAL RIFLE SHOOTING THE INVITATION FROM AMERICA. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

INTERNATIONAL RIFLE SHOOTING THE INVITATION FROM AMERICA'. . . Sydney, Monday. The, invitation of - the president of the National Itillo Association of Ame rica for an Australian rifle :tea.m to visit America is regarded Dy tho Common wealth: Council of Rifle Associations of Australia as: a very important event, following as it does so closely after the visit of the United States Atlantic 'fleet. to these shores. Major J. J. Paine, honorary secretary of the : Common ivcauu council, nas aaaressea a com munication to ? the Prime -Minister of Australia urging tho importance' of en abling the Commonwealth council to accept the invitation. The Common wealth Government has already voted £1000 towards the cost of sending a:' Australia rifle team to England this ye: ?? but could not see its way to- increase the grant, and it was thought, there fore, the project would have to bo aban doned this year, with a hope that the I sum voted, with a u additional £1000, i would be available next year....

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COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER IV. Then in addition to everything olso that made her life more pleasant/ India held Eliot Vere, A shy blush stole in to the . girl's face ns she thought- of this. It was her secret; and she guarded it jealously. -' When the. parade was .? over, and he had , snatched a hasty breakfast, Eliot I was due at the orderly-room. An hour's office work followed, and it was ntlh until ik r'miolndn» Mini- 1m l.o/* any time to devote to. his own affairs. These demanded all his attention just then, as there were several matters to be settled before he should ho free to pro ceed on leave. The principal among these at the moment was the administra tion of the regimental canteen. To obligo the colonel, and owing to the shortage of officers,' Eliot had lately as sumed charge of the accounts of this institution.' The work was responsible, and called for; special care, since only a short time before he took them over ;v serious 'leakage of the funds* had been discovered. Acco...

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THE BARRIER CRISIS. ANOTHER DYNAMITE OUTRAGE. GENERAL STRIKE ADVOCATED. Broken Hill, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

THE BARRIER CRISIS. ANOTHER DYNAMITE OUTRAGE. GENERAL' STRIKU ADVOCATED. Broken Hill. Monday. Another dynamite outrage was com mitted shortly after midnight on Satur day night. A terrific explosion was heaid, startling the community, the sound coming from the direction of the police quarters. Examination showed, however, that some miscreant had plac ed a plug of dynamite under an insulat ed ice van in the yard of the Ice Co. s works, and had exploded it, The van was shattered, tome of the heavier por tions being blown on lo roofs 100 yarns j away. The concussion was so great 1 that a 4oogal. tank near oy was over- j turned and the top of the municipal electric light smoke stack, 75 feet high, was shattered. Frank Harney, engine driver of the Ice Company, narrowly escaped injury, having passed the spot only a few seconds earlier. The stables were damaged badly, but, strangely enough, the horses were uninjured, ex A mass meeting was held earlier in the same evening, at which Messrs. H...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

PERFECT mtiKSTlON MEANS fEK-1 FECT HEALTH. | A good stomach keeps every part of the body in perfect condition, and Disease cannot break in. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabuies are a natural rem edy for all disorders nnd weaknesses ! ol the stomach. They possess exactly the same properties as the gastric jui ces and other ' digestive fluids of the stomach. 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 the dligestSve (Dra gons. They prevent any fermentation of the food, which causes sour stom ach. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabuies Instil health into every part of the human body. They compel perfect di gestion of the food and perfect as similation of the food nutriment. Every organ of the body is kept in repair, and good health fiiecessarHy results. At tho same time the stomach, being rolleved of its work, gets well and strong. Obtainable at Mockler ...

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Perthville Picnicers. THE AFTER EFFECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

Perthville Picnicers. THE AFTER EFFECT. The residents oE thd usually quiet suburb of Perthville were considerably disturbed a few nights ago by the up roarious conduct of a few convivial spirits who gathered at the Bridge Ho-j tel;' 1 When the fun was at it-c height Constable Lennon appeared on .the scene. As a, result of what he heaid and saw proceedings nave oeen utucu against, several persons and the tirstcase was - heard at the Police Court yester day, when Lydia Ding, was charged, 011 the information'; of Constable Lennon, with being drunk and disorderly in the hall of the hotel. The Constable in formed tho Police Magistrate that when he rode up he heard loud cries and a crowd had collectod on 'the roadway. De fendant, who was 'crying drunk' was lielnc held b.v another woman. She was waving, her hands about, and calling out loudly. Defendant lives iu Bathurst, but had gone out to Perthville to visit frleaids, and all had been enjoying themselves; There was u general jollifi cat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

Poor little fellow! He coughs 80 hard he cannot sleep. That makes him weak and sickly all the next day. His brother thinks this coughing is terrible. So do we, for we know that just a few doses of Mi(er9$ Hherrii 9ectcral will stop the cough. For sixty years it has been the standard remedy with men, women, and children for colds, coughs, and all throat and iung diseases. It contains no nar cotic or poison of any kind. Be sure that you get Ayer's Cherry Pec- ' toral. Accept no cheap and worth less substitute. Prepared by Or. U C. Aycr & Co.. losvel/, Mate., U. S. A. TBfie ^Beverage tfiaS benefits. N0T simply a thirst- j quencher, not merely 8 1 a stimulant, but just the j purest, most inspiriting, | I and most health-infusing jj spirit that has ever been 9 produced. g WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS r ? ? — — ? -: Steedms&K's aim. To make children Happy & Healthy. STEEDMAN'S SGOTH6NO POWDERS contain no poison. They prevent fits and convulsions, and relieve feverish Imat. q S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

TO CURB INDIGESTION Aiid Stomach Troubles, .it Is necessary 'to tako after meals some harmless pre paration which ?will supply the na tural digestive fluids which every ?veak stomach lacks. And the best pre paration of this character is Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabuies, which contain all the natural digestantB which nature requires for prompt digestion. One or two taken after meals will prevent .souring, fermentation, and acidity, an' ensure coiuplcte digestion aud assimi lation... Obtainable at MocUlor Bios., '.ieorge-sti'eet', Bathurst; E. Morgan, 3urrasa.* : i i Ixj U — 1

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GENERAL CABLE NEWS. London, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 19 January 1909

GENERAL CABLE NEWS. London, fannary iS. A severe blizzard is raging in the United States, and; snowstorms are pre valent inScotland- | - Thq British. steamer Fiora, coal laden, lias been wrecked on the island of Am rum, off the coast of Schleswig, Prussia. Seventeen of the crew perished. The Government at Washington is prosecuting the JNew YorK world and the Iudianopolis ''News' for libels alleging corruption in connection with the purchase of the Panama Canal. The will of the late Lord Glenesk, proprietor of the ' Morning -Post' has been proved and the estate sworn at ^379,535. Practically the whole is left to his only child, Countess Bathurst. Thornton Hains, charged with being an accessory , to the murder by his brother, Captain Hains, ot W. Annas, in August last, -at Flushing, Long Island, New Yoik, was , acquitted. Captain Hains is awaiting trial. , The death is announced of - Lord Amherst, at Hackney, the cause being apoplexy. It is understood that anxiety at his losses and th...

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