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TOMMY BURNS' APPROVAL. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909

TOMMY BURNS' APPROVAL. Melbourne, Tuesday. . lommv Burns today expressed the opinion that it is a good idea on the part of the New South Wales Govern ment to prohibit in-fighting. Without it, he says, contests will be more often decided on points, and clean breaks will be better from a spectacular standpoint. He, however, thinks six ounce gloves al together too big, especially in light weight contests.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH The Naval Disaster. PINNACE COXSWAIN EXPLAINS. DUNSMORE ON HER RIGHT COURSE. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909

NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (From New South Wales Country Press Association). I I The Naval Disaster. w i .wi ^ PINNACE COXSWAIN EXPLAINS. DUNSMORE ON HER RIGHT COURSE. Sydney, Tuesday. i At this morning's nearing, oeiore I judge Backhouse, of the inquiry into the naval disaster, George Bryan, cox swain of the pinnace towing the ill fated longboat, stated in the course of I his evidence that though he saw the $ Tinnqmntc some 200 or 300 yards off he kept to his course, thinking that because his was a naval boat, and especially as I he had another in to»v, all other boats should make way for him. He admitted that the Dunsmore observed the rule of the road correctly, but, he added, -she did more harm than good with her pro peller among the struggling men, when her engines were reversed.'- Other witnesses slated that had it been possible to slip or cut the towing line a collision would have'been averted. The further , hearing of the case was I adjourned till' tomorrow.

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Bathurst Musical Society. SUCCESSFULLY FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909

. Bathurst Musical Society. | SUCCESSFULLY FORMED. There was a large attendance at the meetiDg of the Musical . Society M night. The chair wes occupied by Mr. H.P.Craig. The sub-committee submitted rutoi which were adopted. The entrance fee was fixed at ladies 2s 6d, gentlemen Ss- monthly subscriptions — ladies 2s, gentle The following officers were elected:- 1 PatronJ the Mayor j president, Dr. Mac* g hattiej vice-presidents — Messrs. A. Cut* ft tis, H. C. Beavis, L. Edgley, M. Meagta l; E. T. Webb, H. P. Craig, R. L. - - | mour, J. Miller, M.L A., and E. S. Carr. j M.P; j committee — Messrs. H. H. Snep* w herd, T, Howell, Bradley, Sambroo»i | Waddell, ]. F. Kenny, J.'P. Cornwall, | Percival, F. Campbell, Anderson, M[5, i Couch, Mrs. Pascoe, Miss Taylor, Miss | Donnelly, and Miss Pascoe ; secretary) m Mr. G. Amos ; treasurer, Mr. A. Hur' K ford j assistant secretary, Mr. A. Bur' || gess; accompanist, Mr. H. Pa'coe' ji conductor, Mr. W. Dryden. II The question of ways and means wa p...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909

Snorting Notes. (By Napper Tandy.) The -persistent efforts whicli havo been malde to, injure the Bathurst Turf Club in a certain quarter, under the guise' of the 'candid 'friend,' whoso alleged desire is for 'purity of sport,' j iiave evidently not 'had the desired rc- 1 suit, judging by the entries which have] been received for the principal ? events, | All the best performers in the West] have been nominated, thus ensuring interesting racing, and punters will .have no little difficulty in finding winners, for it may be assumed that Mr. Lind say will make a good job of the handi capping, having a thorough knowledge of the horses engaged. Metropolitan nominations are conspicuous by reason of their absence, aud it is evident that with the amount of racing provided in the Metropolitan area, Sydney owners will not incur the expense of a visit to the country. Tho rain which has fall en will ensure the track and surround ings being in excellent order, and tlie convenient running of train...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909

A return has been prepared show ing that while volunteers in Austra lia have declined in numbers, cadets and members of rifle clubs have in creased. 1 ; A- number of men were poisoned in a' Curlewis,, colliery 011 Monday: Hopes aro entertained that they will all re cover, M ?. ^ . Vi

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909

TERRIBLE FATE. It's a terrible fate to suffer from se rious Lung Trouble. Ward it off with Dr. Sheldon's New Discover y. Price, 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., lieorge-st., Dathurst; E. Mor gan, Burraga.*

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Regulating the Ring. GOVERNMENT'S WISE DECISION. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909

Regulating the Ring. GOVERNMENT'S WISE DECISION. Sydney, Tuesday. The Cabinet has decided that during ' the next session legislation will be intro duced giving the Government power to exercise supervision of boxing contests. The Premier says that total prohibition is out of the question, and that the only effective method of dealing with any evil likely to creep in is to give the Gov ernment discretionary power where there is strong ground to suspect the bona fides of the cohtest. Meanwhile 'in- fighting' is to be prohibited, and gloves under 6 ounces in weight are to barred in all boxing contests or exhibitions.

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The Fortune Teller's Story. A HUMOROUS CASE. FORETELLING HER TRIAL. RIGHT EXCEPT THE RESULT. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909

The Fortune Teller's Story. A HUMOROUS CASE. FORETELLING HER TRIAL. RIGHT EXCEPT THE RESULT. Sydney, Tuesday. Mary Scales, a middle-aged woman, came before tlie Magistrate, at tho Water Police Court to-day to answer a charge of having attempted to fore tell Constable Anderson's fortune by planet reading. . , I11 the coursc of his evidence the Constable stated that defendant said, '15 months to two years you. will have a very uphill struggle,, and: tlioso :you think your best friends you will-, find your worst enemies. I know the 'po- lice will be after me' in January, 1909, but I will .win.. If they got me now I know I'd lose, because my planet is very unlucky.' Witness -paid her the 3s and left. In reply to Mr. Hammond, who ap peared- for defendant, witness said that prior to joining the force he had been living 011 a station. He was amongst cattle and sheep there. He had been to several other fortune tellers, but none told him the same as defendant. One man did tell him something ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909

The Zig-Zag tuuuel will probably ijo pushed ahead after the outside ' work's, I and finished in two years. , , i ? *. I

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Sydney Share Market. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909

Sydney Share Market. Sydney. Tnesdav. Latest quotations : — 8G»rokori Hill South (con.), 78s 6d ; (paid), Jlqunt Uiiyid. 2s i»l, 2s fld Broken Hill J miction (four weeks), 3s Gd Broken Itili Junct:on North, 2fts ')il 1 V ? British Broken Hill (old), 18s 3d '

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ANOTHER DISTURBANCE. Broken Hill, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909

ANOTHER DISTURBANCE. '?'?'? ? ?! ' Broken Hill, Tuesday. While ail was being arranged for the prisoners yesterday, a big crowd congregated outside the police, station, and some little disorder took place. Eventually Mr. Justin McCarthy, soli citor for the unions, went out and ap pealed to tlie crowd to keep quiet, as only one man remained to be bailed. While he was speaking, someone in the crowd ?? threw a stone «i the direction of the station. The misslo narrowly missed McCarthy, and struck a con stable a severe blow in the body. Shortly after a man who had been con spicuous in the crowd, was arrested for abusive language, amid the hoots of the bystanders.

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THE BARRIER CRISIS. SYMPATHY FROM ESKBANK AND LITHGOW. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909

THE BARRIER CRISIS. I ? SYMPATHY FROM ESKBANK AND f LITHGOW. Sydney, Tuesday. A special meeting of the Railway Workers and General Laborers' Associa tion was held at Clarence on Sunday. It was resolved that ' the meeting heartily sympathise with the Broken Hill miners, and render them both moral | and financial support. A levy of half ? a day's pay and 13 per week until tlie trouble is over was decided upon. No tices to that effect aie to be posted up along the works. An appeal was received by the Esk bank Ironworkers' Association 011 Sat urday for fiuancial assistance to the Broken Hill Miners during the indus-l trial troubles there.. It was decided to make a grant of £10 from the Asso ciation's funds. A proposal was made for a levy on the members for tho purpose! but it was decided that, as the members had? not enjoyed regular work of late, they were not in a posi tion to stand the levy.

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PORTLAND MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909

, PORTLAND MAIL SERVICE. ? _? Mr. E. S. Carr, M.P., is in receipt of the following from the Postal Depart ment: 'With further reference to a communication received at this office some time ago (vide my letter of 10th February last) from Mr. James Ma loney, of Porter's Retreat, respecting mail services to and from that place, I have the honor to Inform you that tenders have been accepted for the fol lowing services for one year from' the 1st instant: (a) To and from Porter's Retreat, Cross Roads, and Black Springs, twice a week, by vehicle; and (b) To and from Porter's Retreat and Jerrong, once a . week. Appended are the copies of the time-tables in opera tion on. the lines in question:-— Leave Porter's Retreat, 'Thursday and Saturday, 10 a.m.; arrive Black Springs, Thursday and Saturday, 1 p.m. Leave Black Springs, Saturday and Thursday, 1 p.m.; arriye Porter's Re treat, Saturday and Thursday, 4 p.m.

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CONSTABLE BRUTALLY ATTACKED. THREE MEN ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909

CONSTABLE BRUTALLY ATTACKED. : THREE MEN ARRESTED. I : A cowardly and brutal assault on 1 the police was perpetrated in Argent I street last evening. Some men got l into an argument with a colored man ' in front of the Crown and Anchor IIo 1 tol over union matters. This _led to tho coloured man admitting he was not a unionist. Upon this one of his tor mentors struck him -a heavy . blow on ; the head-with an iron bar. j Constable Brown, of Young, who is here on special duty, saw the assault; and at once went to the spot, in com pany with a plain cSotties man, :and attempted to arrest the coloured man's assailant; also another man who used ?bad language. This, was the signal for an outbreak. A number of persons ran to the assistance of the' men ar iiested, and the two constables were made the centre of a most determined :'and cowardly assault. Brown stuck to his pian gamely, and. met . the on. islaught of the crowd in a courageous manner. He defended himself for some time with his bat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 20 January 1909

WHY l SANBRR & SONS' PURE VOLATILE ?EUOALYPPI EXTRACT superior to any cucalyntus product? Because it is tlie robult of full expcricnce and of a special and careful proccsa of manufacture, and the danger attending thy use of tho irresponsible preparations whioh are now palmed off an 'Extracts ' arc p-voided. A death was recently reported from tlie use of one of these concoctions, and at an action at law, a sworn witness testified that, ho suffered the mos3 cruel irritation from the application to an ulcer of another, which was sold as {- -just a& good as SANPEK'S EXTRACT.' 'There fore, beware of such deception. Jftememberr that in medicine a drop that cures is b jfciet than a tablesponnful that kills, and insist upon the preparntio*: which was proved by experts at the Supreme Court of Victoria and by numerous authorities during the last 36 years to be a- product of genuine ixcrit, viz., TH.Ifi -GENUrNE SANDER AND SONS' PURE VOLATILE * EUCALYPTI EX TKACT. F. Hearnc, Ch...

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ORGANISING FOR DEFENCE. London, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

i ORGANISING FOR DEFENCE. London, January 20. The Secretary of State for War says the nation has mado a remarkable re eponse to the Government's appeal to organise for the defence. Though lie personally believed that peace would Continue, it was the Nation's plain tiuty to prepare for war/

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AMERICA AND JAPAN. London, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

m AMERICA AND JAPAN. |i| London, January 20. I The Californian House of Represen tatives read a third' time tho Bill pro hibiting Japanese holding land In the State. Addressing a meeting, President Eoosovelt referred to the action of Cali fornia, and insisted that the recent agreement with Japan had achieved a ?.-1 completely (satisfactory solution of all tlio difficulties between the two coun tries. Only tho Federal Government was able to properly deal with such questions, anil the intervention of un wise and fo'dlishuinfcn - would- only jeo pardise an arrangements which was working well. 1 1 President Roosevelt, in a telegram to Governor Gillett, of California, has | obtained delay in tlie -action with regard | to the proposed anti-Japanese leglsla I tion pending the receipt of a letter. - The telegram -added, 'Tlio Government 1 is greatly concerned about the reports, s My knowledge of the international sit ?| cation has satisfied me that the leg'iicf | Jation proposed would do in...

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CABLE HEWS. Lord Northcote Welcomed. AUSTRALIAN QUESTIONS DISCUSSED. London, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

CABLE NEWS. 1 ? ? n Lord Northcole Welcomed. j AUSTRALIAN QUESTIONS DISCUSSED. 1 , London, Tanuarv 20. IP Lord Northcole was tendered a dinner i at the White Hall rooms. There were ( J 230 persons present. | Earl Crewe, who presided, proposed I ti)e health of Lord Northcole. Their I nuest had not returned a worn out ! gladiator rea(^y t0 'ay down his arms for cood. On the contrary he i - 1 L.'/. ?Itannnnc Mtrll r-1onno^ naa ui* *jii bright, and who.:knew how soon he ( 1 might be cailcd upon to use them again ! i jn the service of the Empire. Lord Northcote possessed many claims to * their esteem and regard apart from here ?i ditary claims. In statesmanship he had ? u„/i rfirp and valuable exnerience of I i high office in two divisions of the Em 5 pire. Earl Crewe said that he did not 4 believe the colonics were destined to ??» split away from the motherland, oj the 3 motherland to split away from the colo nies. The centrifugal forces were slight ;!t and few compared with the centrip...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

i*ow is the time to take a holiday, out into tho country, on the mountains, ana visit the seashore, but do not forget to talco a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era, and Diarrhoea Remedy along with yon It is almost certain to be needed, and can not bo obtained on railroads or steamships. It is too much of a risk for anyone to leave homo on a journey without iH For salo by ? L. Edgloy and Co. j

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The Blayney Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

* The Blayney Fire. , ,3*li0;. inquest on therreceiit , 'fire . Blayney. was .held yesterday before Mr. E. Marriott, P.M., Coroner .for Orango District. . Sub Inspector . Banks, of Orange; conducted the inquiry for the police, Mr. Kelly, of Wellington, watched the case for Mr. J. H. Marsh, and Mr, Simpson -represented the Nor ivlnll TTllin-n siTlrl Vn,-lrehl™i /-1„~. panies. Principal evidence was gi ven by John William Spikins, hair dresser, residing next door to the shop occupied^ by Marsh and Shute. He was awakened at about' 2 'o'clock,. in the morning by an explosion, and on going into his yard saw fire in the back room of Marsh's. When trying to save his stock a second explosion took place, and he was blown out of the house. James Penrose, residing about 30 yards at the year of Marsh's shop, was aroused by the -explosion. He gave the alarm and the occupants ' of the houses escaped. George Shute, ono of the occupants of tho shop in which the fire broke out, deposed that ho went ...

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