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MAN'S CLOTHES ON FIRE. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

. MAN'S CLOTHES ON FIRE. Sydney, Friday. Thomas Johnson, winch driver, while .Working at Darling Harbour to-day, epilt a quantity o£ kerosene on' to his clothes. Shortly afterwards he came into contact with a light, and his clothes j burst into flames. The unfortunate ! man had to run for the water and plunge in to save his life, but not before he had sustained severe injuries, on account of which lie was afterwards ad mitted to tihe Hospital.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BIRTHDAY GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

A BIRTHDAY, GATHERING. A social gathering of an exceptionally interesting and entertaining character took place last evening at 'Pentilly,' the residence of Mrs. 'William Pascoe. In response to tho invitation of Mrs. Pascoe, about forty j;uests assembled to do honor to her moither, Mrs. Plum mer, who was celebriating her 87thj birthday. Similar gatherings have ta ken place at Pentilly jregularly for ma ny years, and an opportunity is thus afforded for Mrs. Pltimmer to iliave around her members of her family, as well as her grandchildren and : great grandchildren. Amiongst those present last night were: Mr„ William Plummer, o£ Penrith, tho eldost son, ami Mes dames Pascoe, Slaclfc, W. Brown, and |W. R, Plummer, ot Hill End (daugh ters). Her only otihor surviving son — Mr. Jack Plummer, of Tamwi -rth — was unable to form 0110 of tho lian dv group. In addition to those named, I many of Mrs. Plummer's 1 grandchild) ren, and several of her great grand children, were in attendance, as wel...

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ALLEGED RECKLESS NAVIGATION. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

ALLEGED RECKLESS NAVIGATION. Melbourne, Friday. In connection with the Enuerdale incident, in which tho master of the steamer was blamed for colliding with a sphmarine obstruction in Bass Straits, much conflicting evidence was given. The Court decided that under the cir cumstances the master should have the benefit of the doubt, aud directed that the charge of recklesa navigation pre ferred against him Should be dismissed.

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UNION OF POOR RELIEF SOCIETIES [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

UNION OF POOR RELIEF SOCIETIES Mrs. Edgley, Vice-President of the Poor Relief Society, yesterday suggest ed, at the meeting of that body, that- it would be wise if by some means ttaey could ascertain what th.e St. Vincent -de Faul Association was doing, and V-«e versa. Personally, a yentleman con-: neeted with that institution had -been helpful in giving her informa.Uon. II. would not be a bad idea if they could exchange such knowledge in a mufnal way. Certainly operating without it did not benefit either Society's fundte. Mrs. Marriott said that Mrs. Marshall had informed her that such offers froi q the St. Vincent do Paul Society had in - variably been conditional. It was imv portant that they; should; preserve their t independence. ( 1

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GIBB AND BEEMAN, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

GIBB AND BEEMAN, E.TD. ' The rtftujrn visit to Bathurst of Gibb and BeemfSn, Consulting Opticians, of 6 Huut*r-str«!et, Sydney, will be made on Friday, F« bruary 2nd at the Park Ho tel from 3.0 a.m. to 6 fi:m. Messrs. Gibb and Beeman who are well known as sight-toasting experts,, ?w'ill continue to visit Bathurst every few weeks and may be consulted on all dnfects of the eyes requiring correctly-adfipted glasses. All sufferers from any jeye troubles should consult this well known and re liable firm. Onei of the principals person ally visits. Batlrurst. Date of next visit, February 12th.

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Weather Forecast. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Weaiher Forecast, JANUARY, 24th to 31st, Queensland: Tlie compa« ratively cool spetl is succeeded by a heat wave. High, temperatures will be the rule, and throughout the interior of all three' divisions the heat will bo intense; but later much cloud develops, and cyc lonic disturbances bring about mora pleasant conditions, affecting coastal districts a few days later. New South Wales: With very little abatement the Jieat of previous week not only continues but becomes intensified, and the interior of both this State and Victoria will be a veritable oven. Pros pects for good general rains remote. Dis turbances of a scattered and unimpor tant nature probable. Nearing close of this period, the New South Welshman will have latitude 'to thank a high pres sure system for a period of relief.

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MEN WHO WILL NOT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

MEN WHO. WILL NOT WORK. Speaking at the annual meeting ot the Poor Relief Society yesterday, Mrs. Edgley made some well deserved com ments regarctmg the men who appar ently make ibegging their chief aim in me. 1 have had five men begging this week,' she said, 'young men who should be ashamed for their manhood. And, they do not ask for work, but for food. They generally get a lecture from me. I never refuse ain old man a meal, tout I do not . think the younger ones should be encouraged iu: habitual laziness.' ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Mrs. S. L. Morrison, Humffray-street* Bnllai'at, Vic., -writes: 'Both my mother md I are firm believers in Chamberlain's rablets. We have used them for stomach ind liver troubles, and have found them nost effective. The use of most pills is followed by constipation, but Chamber iun's Tablets are so mild and gentle in iheir action that they leave no bad after jifect. For salo by L. Edgley and Co, B THE BREWERS' BOTTLE ASSO - - ? CIATTON __ BUY AND SELL P BOTTLES. CASES, CASKS, &c. 0 Send for Prioe List to ij MANAGER; IS Bulwarra-rcad, ? V Ultimo, Sydney y A Remedy / ( To Yoar Hani ) . / The day of experimenting is past. V / Time was when a reliable mcdicinc \ 1 was not easily procured. But that j \ was before the coming of Beecham's / j Pills. Since the introduction of \ I this wonderfully successful remedy J \ uncertainty is reduced to its lowest J J point, and an easy and pleasant / j cure is presented. It is quite safe \ j to say that no other medicine enjoys j \ the popul...

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WESTS PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

WEST'S PICTURES. The crowds which attended the School of Arts Hall last night were quite satis fied w'ith the excellency of the pictures thrown on the screen. The variety of subjects was such that interest was maintained (throughout. Each illus tration was clear and distinct. Every detail was seen to advantage and the appreciation of the audience was very distinctly marked. The show will con tinue for a short season, and there is dn entire change of programme every «venln£. . ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Ifo^ [?] For Preserving, Purifying and Beautifying tlie Skin, Scalp, Hair, and Hands, for Sanative, Antiseptic Cleansing, and for all the Purposes of the Toilet, Bath/and Nursery. Cutlcum Soap romhlnrs drjiirat'i modlclnal. emol* tlcnt., sanative, Aollsi pilc properties derived from Cutlpura, ttUiRrmu .Kklu Cure, with tht- purm of »ap mloiira. Depots: London, 27 Chartorhouso Sa * 7 ParJH.S, Rue de la I'ait; Australia. ft. Towns -V Co ' flydn«y: India, J*. K. Paul, Calcutta: So. Afrlrn* J#ennon. Ltd.. Cape Town, air..; Boston. 137 Colum bus Ave.. Potter DrtiK .fc Chern. Corp., Sole Props. «/-Post Free, CuUcura iiuok on Care olthc Skin. %ht gailtiu'st JUqus. ' SATU RDAY, J AN UARyT^ 1909.

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INDECENT LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

INDECENT LANGUAGE. Senior Constable Cole was prosecutor in a case at the Police Court against William Langham for using indecent language within hearing of persons passing in Georgestreet. Defendant pleaded guilty. Senior-Constable Cole informed tho Bench that he was passing defendant's house and heard him abus ing his wife. Ho then used tho language named in tho information. Fined 60/, with 6/ costs.

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POWER TO ORDER A GENERAL STRIKE! [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

POWER TO ORDER A GENERAL STRIKE! The action o£ tho Sydney Trades and Labour Council in arrogating to Itself by a majority of one vote tlie right to call a general strike must be, viewed ., with , serious concern by all thinkingi citizens. The power uow iiv the hands I ot the Labour Council is of a most po tential and far-reaching nature. It is questionable it it could over bo justill ably invoked. The position is this: That if the Trades Hall decided, on a general strike in support of the real or fancied wrongs of even a small and in ... considerable section ot the wiarkers, and ?if its behest were obeyed all' the work ers in the trades affiliated with tho .Trades Hall would be out on strike, and the trade and prosperity, health, happiness, and convenience of the wholo people would: be suspended and dislocated to an extent and in a way too awful to contemplate. The question naturally arises: ,1s the Trades and La bour Council a body in whose hands Much a iiower ciui be viewed with e...

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SNAKE YARN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

SNAKE YARN. A young man was out with pearifle yesterday afternoon, when ho missed his clog and discovered it engaged with a terge black snake over G feet long. He feared to fire, lest, if he wounded tho snalce, the dog should dash in and get bitten. He was hedged in among briars and could not find a stick. He rushed up, grabbed the dog by the col lar, and the snake narrowly missed him with several vicious darts. He then tied the dog up, and having load ed his pearifle, shot the snake, mortally wounding it.

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Local and General. THE FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Local and General. ? « ? ? THE FORECAST. Cloudy, unsettled weather, with rain, and probably some thunderstorms, over the Western areas; line for the present in the Eastern districts; variable winds

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CABLE NEWS. English Politics. TARIFF REFORM ISSUE. IRISH LAND PURCHASE. London, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

CABLcSsTi EnglisiiToiitTps. Tariff reform ISSUE. IRISH LAND PURCHASE. ' Londou, January 22. x uC conservative Central Office has [resolved not to support free food candi dates at. the next general election unless they unreservedly adopt Mr. Balfour's lanlf Reform policy as outlined by the .Birmingham Conference, in MnmmLr 1907. , ' Mr. Joseph Chamberlain is slowly re covering. He offers to sland again next election, and has written fo Viscount Morpeth, President of the Birmingham Association, to say that organisation is insre than ever important inasmuch that the issue at the next elections wilt^be clearly tariff reform. speaking at Birmingham, Mr. Hal dane, Secretary of State for War, ad mitted the existence of a widespread fear of Socialism, which was affectine credit. Mr. Haldane declared lhere was plenty of capital available, if inves tors only had confidence. Horace Plunkett, Vice-President of the Agricultural Department Of Ireland, speaking at Birmingham, ur ged the completion...

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Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Notes and Comments. (By1 Observer) . j Altliougln the wclcome rainfall during the week has temporarily removed all anxiety in regard to the water supply, its previous condition once more — as it does periodically— demonstrates the want of wisdom on tlie part of past Aldermen In taking over suolu an unsaustactory supply from tlie Government instead of insisting upon one. of the gravitation schemes available, which would have such undoubted advantages (particularly in regard, to cost of working and main tenance): over the pumping scheme. Had it -not been for the perseverance of the Council in increasing the source of sup ply/ the 'position would have often been ituioI; more serious, and while the as surance. of the Mayor on Wednesday night that a sufficient supply can be obtained by further driving under the bed of the river, is somewhat satisfac tory; the serious outlook', last week.de moii'strates tlito urgent ' need for the construction of the weir at White Itoclc, ?which -would- n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

I WOOL ;WHEAT IW® nLn ^ P ! Fat J W WL ( Stock & ! |t?ck (BOOKERS) i Salesmen — s^. — Agents. : REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF r SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS. SELLING PER CENT. CHARGES ON WOOL. SELL0W© BROKERS ®KLY Offices and Stores ? CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. QUICK RETURNS. LIBERAL ADVANCES. : - - - -/ ( »r I ABRAHAM'S PULL j THE GREAT LIVER TONIC AND I 1 BLOOD PURIFIER. | . ^ A Positive Cure for JspiS, INDIOE8T «? tmamaa biujou? 'JiPl8B| DYSPEP.' j ^jR^nW gouts -.r-anMrvriSM. |, j KIDNE' TfiC .-i.jBi.ES. J I WSS (A purely ' ' 3 ? - .npound). j ' ?a^zy'gs ''f£ V-V h^sstoO r -.-?? . years. I | The Safe Remedy for REMOVE.' ? ri ? / .l ::3. . ,? 3 — Ladles — :1 | I PK&. J. S. &BRAJ | '?' J _— — rT|.-rrT^rrrty-.u«n.iiMiLi ?v^Kt^M»pnaMTMTr*Ta7.a7 .-?' -l~ '? * I — _ — . — _ — _ — __ — . — ........ — ! , ' ?* I I . fl Stands fo,1 -v 1 ich Metal ' l1 I ' . jCeilings^T .:? ^ 1 and Best. ._-\ j| i 'OUwib fomoUB oleoT eMIIbf -: .. «H' : ?- «t moaof...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 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 an tile. natural algestants winch 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 Bros., George-street, Bathurst; E. Morgan, Burraga.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

iflle timo, to tako il holiday, get ' , c°uutry, on tho mountains, i seashoi-o, but do not forgot to tako a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era, and Diarrhooa Remedy along with you. it is almost certain to bo neodod, and can not be obtained ou railroads or steamships. It is too much of a risk for anyono to leave home on a journey without it. For salo by L. hajjley and Co. .

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GENERAL CABLES. London, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

' GENERAL' CABLES. J London, January 22. J In ttie United States House of Itepre sentatives, Mr. Willett bitterly attack ed President Roosevelt, but the House afterwards condemned Willett's remarks as execrable, and ordered them to be expunged from the records. 1 ' I Americans wildly protest against members of Congress 'baiting' ths re tiring President. The 'Standard,' 'Daily Mail,'' and 'Chronicle' publish leaders on the Imperial Press Conference, delineating the event as one marking fresh ties of the motherland and the colonies. Tho 'Times' remarks:' 'After the Premiers come the Press, the unoffi cial mouthpiece of that public opinion which makes Premiers, an'd to Which Premiers must bow more than some of them are quite willing to acknowledge,' An alarming earthquake has occurred at Pliotea, Asia Minor. Rl-r ?hundrori and seventy houses were Ov-f.ro/ert. In connection with the Chinese New Year holidays, the Chinese at the village of tho Deep Mine, Transvaal, refused to work, and s...

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