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Sydney Share Market. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

Sydney Share Market. , , ? ? . , Svdnev. Wednesday, Latest' quotations : — Broken Hill South (paid) 80s; (con.) 77s-| '- junction, teims, one month, 33 -Id. . South Blocks, 28s. ?: - Junction Norlhj- 25s Od. -. British, 1 S S . O.K., 3s. lid.. .,:_? : Occidental, 8s 3d. ^ ?. - ? ? - .

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bathurst Turf Club. ANNIVERSARY DAY MEETING, 1909. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

Bathursi Turf Club. I ANNIVERSARY -DAY MEETING; 1009.': The yvater.supply \yhich jhas given^the sub-committee a good deal ofconsideta- 1 ?tion for several ? Mbriths/ promises to ;be all | that could be .desired. -The well neijr the seven furlong post at the old cottage, which!; was about three feet iiv diameter, has been 'increased' to over six aiju oaiiH. n lumier. qcptn 01 nearly 20 feet, where a large flow of water has been tapped, which now rises over 18 feet in the well. A chamber has beea cut out arid well bricked and roofed; in which a four-inch Worthington pump' his been installed. ,It is with consider able difficulty that eyenUhe large pump can keep the water, dotvn, so quickly does^it make, 6iit with a continuous effort the sub committee expects to be able to put in a large storage drive of about 20 feet siri^ leagth/- and thus, place the club in a good position', for 1 water 1 supply, so much being required to water, not only the course but the grandstand ! rcsejv»e,-and-...

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THE HARBOR FATALITY. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

, THE HARBOR FATALITY, i Mru - -. ' * Sydney, Wednesday. ?oUAt tojday's^lieanng ot the inquiry into the circumstances, surroiind'.ng the. harr; bor disaster, some dozen witnesses -were examined arid 'Cross-examined,., .without much' ftirther light being thrown;;, on -/.thq,. sad' circiimstances-,-^ At the -conclusion, of the evidence Counsel addressed th'eii Court, and the hearing was adjourned | until to-morrow. j

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THE WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

THE WATER SUPPLY. According to the report of the En gineer for Water Works, the flood in the river has not yet ? provided ' any great addition to the water supply. Ow ing ito' the muddy state 'of the water it' lias! not been possfblc to let ' it : into the j well yet, and tho supply is still be fing- drawn from tho well and twifnel :across the river. There had not been, up to Tuesday, any great .. accession by reason of soakage ^through . the drift into the well. ; .. j

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

ot-:,.': WHY. . , -.,-SANDBR & SONS' PURE VOLATILE ETJC ALYPTi' ' 'EXTR AOT superior ? to- any o;har eucalyptus -product? Because it is the aesult . of fult,exp.i?rience, and of a special ana care'ui process of manufacture, 'and ' the danger attending tho use of the irresponsible, preparations which are now palmed off an 'Extracts ' are avoided. A death was recently reported from the use of one of these concoctions, and at an action at law, a sworn 'witness' testified that he suffered the uiosi cruel irritf lion from tho application to an ulcer o£ another, .which was sold as ' just as good' as' ' SANDER'S EXTRACT.' There fore, beware of such deception. Remembcrr that in medicine a drop that cures is bitlet than a tablespoonful that kills, and insist upon the preparation which was proved by experts at the Supreme Court o£ Victoria and by numerous authorities during tho laSt '3b years to be a product of genuine merit, viz., THK GENUINE SANDER AND SONS PURE VOLATILE . EUCALYPTI...

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

? TERRIBLE FATE. ? It's, a terrible fate to 'suffer from se riousxung Trouble. Ward it off with 1 /V . , ^n 3 New Dtscorery. Price, r/G. . Obtainable at Modeler I S' BumErSSt' Dathurst; E: Mor'|

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

The Minister for Public Instruction' has decided that Public Schools will' riot 're-open until Wednesday next;'owing';lo-' Anniversary Day falling on Tuesday; - Three lads at North Botany were il-. lustrating, with a gun, a passage .from ' Robbery Under Arms;' : when the;: wpan'nn exDloded and one was shot dead., -? ?? ? ? ??ji- lt is reported that .a black., tracker- nam»d Bismarck has confessed to having murr?red_ Mrs. Evitts,. , at- Jundah, Queensland. The body found ou the cliffs at South Head on Tuesday, has. been.. identified as that of Roland Loape Leath, lately clerk at the A.J.S. O^ank at Armidale.

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

[?] .The following are the weights for the Kilrush Handicap an'd-'llie1 'Bathurst I Cup KILRUSII HANDICAP, G furlongs. ' at. lb. . ? 1 Iligh Lady ... ..0 7 Lord JoKcy . . ... . 8 9 13on Buckley . * , . - . 8 7 I.ifebont ' .. ?, * ? 8 3.' Lady Claris .. .. 7 5 ni Tel Luwn . ? v # v . 7 6 Mclyra .. ' ' ..7 5 brntus .. .. 7 4 ? i Sneculatiou ... ... '..'-73 '? '5?nuiB' 7 Kyoglo ? 7 0 Blumine ,, .. .. 0 10 I ? BA'lUUItbT CUP, 1 mile,- 1 furlong. , ' st. lb. | Aragam. ? ? c JJigh Lady .. 0 5 MnrRiilong , .. 8 10 Ben Buokloy s 8 Wnrtlu ? ? Merit . . . . ; . . ' 7 10 Itedway . .. ' 1 - 7 8 1'oHhx ? ? Thoocin ? ? Speculation . . ? . . 7 4 Lady Claris ,v, v 7 3 Thona .. . .i .. 0 12 Koupati ... .. 6 12 J'heMembor ,fi 9 Allah Akbfir . 6 7

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HEALTH OF THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

HEALTH OF THE CITY. .. The Sanitary Inspector imported to the Council last! evening .that four casos of typhoid, and three of scarlet fever had occurred within'thc -Sorough. N0-1 thing to -which the scource of thain. tcctloii' could be attributed could - bo found. One case of typhoid was re ported- from Perthvllle and one froml Woollahra, ? ? I

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

SAL.EYARDS BUSINESS. During the past fortnight- 394 head of stock, comprising 139 cattle, 245 sheep, and .1 horse, were sold . at the Corporation Yards. Three head of cattle were impounded by the. Inspec tor from the streets. ' ? j

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A WORTHY OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

S - A WORTHY OFFICER. I The' Bathurst Council 'jlitsf- 'night received ? the ^resignation 'of 'Mr. 'W. J., Devene,. who : fprisomo.!,time has -been acting , as . Sanitary Overseer. Alder man James, in moving that the . resig- nation be received, expressed regret that they were losing his services. He had given evidence of 'hiB' fitness for tiie position. He was a good man, and iiad done good work. ?

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EARTHQUAKE RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

EARTHQUAKE RELIEF : FUND. - The Sydney ..Municipal '--Council'! has forwarded to the local authorities a communication relative to the relief fund that has been started iin connieo tion with .tho disastrous earthquake in Southern Italy, in which it is' stat ed that the treasurers and secretaries will bo pleased to receive ' donations. The Treasurers are Messrs. T. A. Dibbs, and ?? J. Russell-French, -and the Secre taries Messrs. Albert Borchard, R. D. Meagher, Oscar ;Meyer,. aiid.T.1JH„'NesWt'

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

Why be bald headed and old look ing before your time? Neglect of the hair causes dandruff, and dan druff is the forerunner of falling hair and baldness. The remedy is z4i(er9& Mat Vigor A gentleman residing at Dunedin, N. Z., writes under date Jan. 7, 1907 : ' It is with gratitude I writo you that I have now a splendid head of hair, both thick and very soft, all owing lo my having used *? your wonderful Hair Vigor. I was almost bald headed before I used tho Hair Vigor. I still useito'nee a day, rubbing it well into the roots of tho hair. 1 used to wear a Bkull-cap, and I am very grateful to Ayor's Hair Vigor for the improvement it has made in my looks.' Be warned in time. Use Ayer's Hair Vigor and preserve your youth. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., U.S.A. ALL RATIONS PRAISE SUNOH! // Cue ss on kafherhfe ) / that no Tcbatco on ? / i j ^TOBACCOjj- | AWARDED |, ] GOLD MEDALS. jHu Inn DIID1TV /A\\\\liL/l Ui i irii 1 1 i /M\\ufty NATURAL AROMA MW j and P...

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

[ 0^^-^ V°U Wi' 00 Weil ' ^ ' jfti .1 ' WINTER, The Jewellerr'.^.''' 1 ? ? ^ — .Tj,,s VEAB - ? ? THE VARIETY OF, SUITABLE ' . '? - ARTICLBdlSGREATER-IHAN..,.,,.; .-.-,^1 ,, ? EVER EVERY TASTE A-D . f ' ^3 : ll'!™™™1-®® n:v : ? JEWELIjSR, v. ,, ; Howick-streetf Bathurst. ? ' ?' I— IMRSI BIS EISEE .191. Repairs and /' 111 Meclianlcal Work REQUIRINa EXPERT ATTENTION r , . Zzl Bathurst, and At Once. All Accessories in stock.— Petrol, Oil,; Tyres, Lamps, Tools, Coats, Rugs, Thermos/Flasks, &c. London buyets hiivo been^appointod, and pew consignments will cover the whole range of Motor Accessories. ; ,. TI-IE FOED GAE.S HAVE PROVED RELIABLE IN THIS DISTRICT.'' 'The' Makers are- anxious that the experience of owners should be public 'property, not. the opinion of- the,,, man^vho. never owned a car, and never will, or the Agent who, appyo^ep of,,I907 prices, , . 1 909 Models— 15 h.p., 4 cylinders, -to's.eat .two; £185. 15 h.p., .4 cylinders, to seat three, £215 ; 22 li.p.,' 4 cylind...

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Bathurst Water Supply. THE MAYOR'S SCHEME. SEWERAGE QUESTION TO BE REVIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

Bathurst Water Supply. '? THE MAYORiS SCHEME. SEWERAGE QUESTION TO BE RE i ' ?? VIVED. ., '^Mr.'.f.ei's^in rela/tionito'tlic ^yatpr sup ply or the city were, up to Sunday night, 1 in -an altogether precarious po sition, and despite the fact that rains have fallen, that but narrowly., averted placing the City on a very restricted supply, the Mayor naa aociuea to maito a move ITiat' will prevent a l-ecur'rence c£ that state of affairs, and at the same time bring withjn the realms of ik-s- sibility a sewerage scheme. At ' last night's meeting the Mayor I moved: 'That the Public Works De partment be requested . to instruct au Engineer to inspect and report as to the best means of improving and augment ing' the water supply ? - for Bathurst, with a, view to having the ' necessary work carried out by the Government as . early as pc3sible;'-' ~ ; ~ ' He sa'd tluit notice -was given of this motion t'?o condition' of the Bathurst water tiipply.- - was , -. certainly not desirable, and ;ia_st...

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

'Mrs. S. L. Morrison, Humftray-stroet, Ballarat, Vic., 'writes : .'Both my motlibr and I are Arm believers in Chamberlain's Tablets. Wo have used them for stomach and liver troubles, and liavo found them most effective. Tho uso of most pills is followed by constipation, but Chamber lain's Tablets aro so mild and gentle in thoir action that they leave ' no bad lifter I effect; For salo by L. Edgley and Co-

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

The Proprietary Company on; Tues- day filed a reply .to lhe; Arbitration claim of the Barrier miners.,. The re spondents dispute the„A M,A's. claim and state that the rate of wages.. paid should be those paid on December 11, 1906. ' Tl,», QwrlnmV-Pnnl I.timrprt;1 TTrn'nn has voted ^'100 to assist the Broken Hill men. ' * ? ? ?''?' ' Union after- union is protesting against the general strike- which members of ihe Sydney Labour Council have arrogated to themselves. Londonlmelal markets on Monday showed a falMf over £1 in copper and 5s in tin. Silver was a shade firmer.

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

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

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BOXING CONTEST. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 21 January 1909

BOXING CONTEST. . Sydney, Wednesday. ; Owing to' the rain,- the O'Keefe Williams boxing contest was postponed indefinitely. ' ? ?

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

1 ' General News. ' .. *.The cosh of the Emu Elains^Blaxland 1 deviation. ou the Great Western -Railway us estimated at» £120,000. ? ? i ' he 'Wellington Pastoral and Agri- 1 cullnral- -Society hasTdecided' to offer- ai priiie,, ofiSioo -for the trotting event at fhprnpvh.RhAW. . ? , r-r '? . .. A - tornado passed over Uratia- on- Sunday --evening, causing .. considerable damage. Two dwellings were wrecked,; several 'stables and sheds were unroofed,, fences and trees were blown down, and the.^.tra'p and luggage of a fishing party were'blown into d 'creek. rf: ; Ten miners working in the colliery. at Curlewis were overcome by gas. Three of them, G. Stanley, H. Lewis, and D. Thomas,- were seriously affected, but are ! expected to recover. ? The Federal Pailiament has been further prorogued until March ro.' nf Owing to a dispute with the overseer,: the laborers employed by the Singleton Council , went on strike. Their places were -filled by other men; - -Ur: Air Anglin, Eurelm-strcet, ...

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