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Correspondence. THE VALE CREEK BLOCK. (To the Editor of the "Argus.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

{Correspondence. the vale - CREEK BLOCK. , rTn the- Editor of M;. 'Argus.) Sir -I see by the papers tliat a occurred at Orton Park, and the , Ya e Creek, owing' to an o^truction in jts bed, oven-flowed the. banks, m two Pla ces, and inundated the adjoining ow ners. Mr. W. A. Field's lucerne crop and the Chinese gardens being covered. It n,ve time things looked dangerous, but the water ;; suddenly receded, ana several of the residents, who had been thinking of removing to higher grounc , decided to remain. Some years ago, certain portion of the bed of the a Creek was attended to, and all the deb ris removed; but that work, owing .to a shortage of funds, was not finished, thus leaving tho obstruction, which again caused considerable' damage;- On. the. l?th: .February, 1908, I 'inspected this obstruction with Mr. Sidney ? Bayliss, and arranged for a petition to be for warded, to, ,'ine' from the local residents of: Orton Pai^k. Since that date certain correspondence has been carried on...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

^Ite gritluttst . 'THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, I909

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Political Labor League. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

Political Labor League. - Tho annual, meeting of tfe© Batliursti Branch; cf ,Vhp PiL.L. was held in Beavis Brosi' rooms on Tuesday even ing,' the President (Mr. Freeman) pre irdlugi1' There was a largo attendance cf membeis of the League. Correspondence was rece'livc^ fr]on:'. the Bathurst Eight Hour committee m-p-iner the League to make a -leeal Eight Hour Bill a strong feature with their candidate at the next elections. Also, to endeavour to have the Eight Hour question 1 removed from th;6 eighth clause of tho platform/ and placed on the fighting platform. Several new members were enrolled The -annual report was then read by the President, as follows: — Gentlemen, — in presenting the tilth annual report of this League, we do so crnscious of a healthy growth of labour sentiment, not only in Bathurst, but also thvoiierhont. tho Gommnnwralth. T^n r-n election adds to the numerical strength of the State and Federal Labour Parties, and to the decline of the Tory parties. This is an ass...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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THE BATHURST HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

THE BATHURST HOSPITAL The report, of the Bathurst Hospital committee^ submitted to the annual meeting oil Monday evening, together v/ith the remarks by several of tile subscribers, and published in the '-'Dally Argus' yesterday, is not altogether encouraging. It Is satisfactory only in cerned, but on the question of financ es quite a different aspect is present ed. The reports presented from time to time to tile commitee at the regular meetings during tho year by the. Fin ance Committee have, no doubt, help ed to prepare the public for the facts disclosed at Monday evening's meet ing. The paragraph in the report i setting forth the position of the Instl :|. tution— financially— reads: 'The total ; j . receipts for the year amounted to £1424 ;.j ? 10s lid, as against £1492 12s 4d for . j the previous year, and the : expeiidi V. turo £1655 lis 5d, as against £1640 J J. , Ss 6d -for tho year; 1907/ : There lias V; been a decrease of £8S'in .connection | i , with the subscriptions, thou...

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Annual Court House Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

; Annual Coui't House ReturnSi I' Thle annual- iretu/nvs of busi-u'eVa transactions at the Bathurst Court '?House have 'been' made available, -and. 1 some of the details have been set out, ' below. -1' For the year- 'ended December 31, 1908, the 'number 'of ciisiis under the ? vagraucy..:'ACDianq,-v.aruuKaras ... ,puui»u ment ' provisions ' ofi- the- Police Offences I Act, was: ISO. : The number of convic tions foil druiikenlnessi ' was- 84, and foriother offences in'iwhich drunkenness formed part of th^ charge,- 29. : There were 'isoma 'women 'convicted - -of- .',-the foregoing offeiices.' There ' was 0 one conviction for the sale of liquor- on, Sun da' ?'??'-?v'- .: v' Four cases under the Early Closing Act 'were heard and four convictions recorded-. ' ? the Petty Sessions Branch ' the figures were. Cases where accused had ,.bc4n arrestee (inclusive of those!|,'un der Vagrancy Act, and drunkards' pro visions), 77, summons cases 200, caises committed for trial. 6, shire and muni ci...

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

You will. pay jutit as much for a bottle of Chamberlain's Cpugh Remedy as for any on the other medicines, but you save moiicy in. buying it. The. saving is in what -you get, not what you pay. Tho surc-to-curo you quality:, is in every 'jottlu of this remedy, and you got good results when -you take it. Buying cough medicine in an im portant matter.' Neglected cslds cften de velop serious conditions, and when you ,tjuy a cough medicine you ivniic to bo suro,you are. getting one that will euro your cold. When you buy Chamberlain's Cough Retif edy you take uo chances. It always cures, for salo by L. Edgloy and Co. - 4

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A Sarcastic Householder. THE MAYOR'S WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

A Sarcastic Householder. THE MAYOR'S WARNING. ? Mr. J.D.Butler \yrote in sarcastic' strain to the Council last night, regard ing a drain.in Hayannah-street. He had noticed in the papers that 'the drains in Havannah-street have- been attended to, and the trouble was caused by house holders.' The writer went on : ' I presume that was the report of the person, who, by his manner, came round , with the intention of airing his superior knowledge of other people's actions, in which he proved a miseiable failure.' The man put on to do the job, added Mr. Butler, had simply scraped the ac cumulated mullock into a most conveni ent place for the water to wash it back He had stated that the householders did not use sufficient water to flush the drain, but owing to the nature of the drain nothing less than a flood would do this. He asked for a written authority 1 exonerating him if he deliberately wasted | water to flush the drain. He intended, if something was not done by the Council, to bring ...

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Local and General. ABOLITION OF WARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

Local and General. ABOLITION OF WARDS. The Governor has approved o£ the abolition of the. 'division into wardft oi' the. Municipality of Bathurst. I

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

FORECAST. ? . The following is the forecast for to day: UhUettlcd over norths and ea'sttu-n' portions of tlie Stale, with: raf»; and thunderstorms and squalls; sou'ii west] ,to^ southerly squally winds a-long tlie tfasf ? . ' ... ;v..|y The following is the record for the twenty-four hours ended 9 a.m. yestv Uay: _ ? . . - 1 Point'. ? Bathurst ,;r 28 Hockley. ? v ... .. : 25 Trunkey .. - ... ... i'ourkc .. .. .. -.86-. | Bluyuey ...-? ...?? -?? 13 Coonamblo ... 9 Cout'.obolin ... .. .. 243 1 Co wi- a . . . . 24 Girilnmbotio . . ' . . ' ? 230 Forbes ,, .... .... 1 21 , Gonuolzon .. . ... . .1.333 lhiy .. ?- .. 1G Hill End .. ? ....? ..14 Kyngau ., .. ... H§ - - Varkes .. - ?- 33 . Hudgro .. .. .. 4 . . Sydney . . .- ^ .. .. 7 .-.'JilDa . .. ?: -- : .. 45 Hrewarrina .. . . Cobar ' ..' .. ..79 Wnlgelt .. .. 29

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DISTRICT SCHOOL DISINFECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

? DISTRICT SCHOOL DISINFECTION The Minister for Public Instruction; has approved of the disinfection of the1 interiors and books in connection with' , tho District School.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 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, 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George ?' Bathurst; E.. Morgan, Burraga.'1 i

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

fm JrJh stock /BROKERS) ?atioa Salesmen Ag'ents. REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS. SELLING dfil PER CENT. CHARGES ON WOOL. bbLLEftG BROKERS OfULY Offices and Stores i CIRCULAR QUAY, ? SYDNEY. QUICK RETURNS. LIBERAL ADVANCES. -=J ?' | Brewery, Bowling St. °r\ 1 REDFERN, SYDNEY. j | XXX ALES ? ? ? Draught Ales j SI-scU^eF ? Obtain o t able Pilseeer ? infrom,es | Dinner Ale H°tels Bitter Ale - ~ ; ? Bottled Ale.h I Select Stock Ale PUBotUed°AIelme g j Stout ? B«idd IRESCH'S Ales, Beers and Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hops obtainable. 1 without a particle of preservative, f Mr.Tcmpcrley, Vice-president of the N.S.W.Country Press Association addressing an'agsemblaecof N.S W Countrv 3 Pressmen representing a circulation of 230,000 newspapers per issue, said ;-'I law' in Reschl Brewen^the finS collection of machinery that I have seen for many a long day,' oiewery tne nnest s Mr. Midgley, another Vice-president, said ;-'Bcfore c...

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Our Sydney Letter. BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

Our Sydney Lelter. (Frcni our Correspondent. : BROKEN HILL. Broken Hill is still the storm centre. Generous spirits are evincing much sym pathy with 'the under dog,' in what is now regarded as an unequal conflict with the organised force' of the State on one hand, and with the coursp- nf tho [.world's markets as governed by iji.pply and, demand, on the oilier. Still tyn. ' pathy, is powerless against the i6«r.o' of facts. And the - logic of facls 's ad vancing the argnmnnt with considerable rapidity. - In the first place, not with standing the. extraordinary s(ateme:-i, ot tho At torncy-Gen eral that the man must -win if they could get the Company be fore the Court, .Tudgo Iliggiiis declinod l,iV, iiuiiure 111 one. act, as the unions asked, by. issuing an injunction the' Company to end the lock out,' without hearing their sidr- of the; jase. He was not satisfied tlia. tlicrp vis : lock-out. If .not then the br-lt-im is knocked out of the main contention u»y wuiuincu uuiuiis.' 'iiai,...

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

A Hint of Value. Those who got on in the world arfl those who never fail to talco a valu able hint when it comes iu their way. Here is a hint, which may prove o£ great value to' you. Mr. W. II. Jonos, Baker, Railway- | street, Cowra, says: , 'Soma mouths I ago 1 caught a chill which settled iu my kidneys, and I have been suffering ever since with backache. It was a dragging pain, right in the small of my back, and camo against me con siderably when at work. I got a 'box ot Doan'-s Backache Kidney Pills, and they proved exceptionally good, foi; they cui ed the backache in a very short time. From my own personal experi ence, I can therefore give this re medy - a' very strong 'recommendation. I have not the slightest doubt that they will prove equally beneficial to others as they , ha.ve to me.' Eight years later, Mr. Jones says: 'I was living in Forbes when I made the above statement. Eight years is a long time, but the time has not af fected the permanency of my cure. I am still free...

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

ATT ANTED, a Married: Couplo. ? Man to YY garden and genorallv useful ; .Wife to do the washing. Address ' M.A.T.,' ' Argus ' Officc. ISS EDNA- DOWSE, Teacher of Violin, Resumes Tuition MONDAY. 25th Inst. lG9'Stewart-street. ! * . , LOST, Wodnesday afternoon, . a v:Smallr Black Knitted Bag, containing money.' Roward. 214 Keppol-street. - ? ? . THE GRAND. ? — - Fancy Fair In Aid of tlio Patrician Brothers' School and Orphanage Funds Will OPEN in tho ( MASONIC HALL On ,j - Saturday Uext And Continue During: the Following Yfeek Technical' School of Music. 1 52 WiBliam stre&l:. ? Pfx\iSO,. SINGIN&;' THEdlYr' Pupils' ?' 'prepared for 'CollegeJi!Exarniuations. Fees from £1 Is. . :v .PRINCIPAL : MISS ETII15L BRAY. . W . resumes flrstjwenk in FEHRUAkY. Local Sec. for Victoiia College, London. J ^21. I 'h;'- @en&t t 101 Wtlliain-sirect, ' I, ... ,Dalhvrst. \mephtmc, iso :UB.U GOING TO GIVE A PRESENT ? You Gannot Do Better : - Than Purchase at ' isiii's Where the New G...

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Another Splendid Downpour. DISASTROUS FLOODS. WASHAWAYS ON THE RAILWAYS. DAMAGE TO ROADS AND BRIDGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

Another Splendid Downpour. DISASTROUS FLOODS* WASHAWAYS ON THE RAILWAYS. DAMAGE TO ROADS AND BRIDGES. The rains which have fallen during the past few days justify people in ar riving at the conclusion that O complete break in tho drought has taken piace^ especially as far as the Bathurst Dis trict Is concerned. Many years have passed since it was our privilege to re cord a continuous downpour suc'i aa that which has occurred sinco Sun day last. In places the records have been exceptional, and two and ,i; three inches of rain have fallen within an in credibly short time. But those have been 'patchy,' so that while on one bkIo of a -range rain has fallen in tor rents, on the opposite side the fall has been gentle. The result of these heavy downpours has been that water courses »nd' creeks have overflown in every di lection, and the floods have carried ev erything before them. Yesterday mot--; ning' occasional showers fell in the' city ?but -the heavy peals of ? thunder, and the overca...

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

PERF-UGT DIGESTION MEANS i'iiiit FEOT HEALTH. A good BtomacU keeps every part oi tlie body in perfect condition, and Disease cannot break in. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are a natural rem edy for all disorders and weaknesses Of tho stomach. They possess exactly the same properties as the gastric jui fces and other digestive fluids ot tlie stomach. They actually do the diges tive work of the stomach, and enable that organ lo rest, recuperate, and become sound and healthy. They act in a mild, natural manner, and causc 110 ? disturbance in the digestive fc-r- j gans. They prevent any fermentation of tho food, which causes sour stom ach. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules Instil health into every part of the human body. They compel perfect di gestion of tho food and perfect as similation of tho food nutriment. Every organ of the body is kept in repair, and good health wcessarily results. At the same time tho stomach, being relieved of its work, gets well and Strong. Obtainable at Moclt...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

f|jf. Premi« has expressed regret that ,he Mayor of Broken I-Iill is a °arty (0 rfo°case'.S ipon the : The Sydney Council has decided to raise the maximum wage of its laborers from 7s 6d to 8s per day. ' . i t Space for 160,000 cases of apples to oversea markets has already been booked in Melbourne this season.

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COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER IV. Mildred Carter was looking very pretty, thought Eliot, as she got up from the bamboo clialr where she had bi-en silting, but her face wore an ex pression that rather puzzled him. It seemed anxious and careworn, 'it's charming of you to have come so promptly. Mr. Vern,' she said- 'Let's go and talk in tlie drawing-room, tlougli. The blinds aro down, and It's cooler thlere than out of doors.' . Mrs. Carter's taste was undoubtedly good, and the pleasant drawing-room was delightfully furnished. Its owner had been wise enough to content her self with the resources of tho country, instead of following tlie example of the other station laddies and making a pa tliotie attempt to give the room an Eng-i lish appearance. Everything was' thor- oughly Indian instead. Thus Mooltan pottery and Jeypore brasswork wero set out oi saiullewood tables, and tall slender vases of flowers filled the air with their fragrance;'- A Persian rug ?half covered (he polished floor, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 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 sill the natural digestants, which nature 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 Bro3., George-street,, Bathurst; E. Morgan, Burraga.* _ . ; |j uLL !ii. i)

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