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

The Messina Earthquake. Londoji, January 22. 1 a survivor of the earthquake vras rescued at Messina after being buried for 22 days, - Madam Melba is going to Naples to sing- on behalf of the sufferers, of the earthquake. The Mansion House (London^ Fund has reached £115,000. ?

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Get Down to Causes. An Irish student attempted to refute a profesor's lecture on cause and ef fect. Hfe objected to the a^iolnat-ic principle that cause is always first and effect a consequence, and he illustrated his theory by citing one of his country men pushing a wheelbarrow. What ever reasoning may be necessary to es tablish the Irishman's contention, one thing is certain, cause always goes first in kidney disease, and the effect fol lows. Bad backs from disordered kid neys are very common. No condition or class of humanity is exempt. Some cases are old and chronic and stubborn to remove. Some are first attacks and easily disposed of by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. If this fact could only be impressed upon all people what a world of suffering would be prevented. Per haps this experience will convince you. Mr. John Littlemore, bill poster, of William-street, East Orange, says: 'For a long time now I have been troubled with pains in my back. It was a hor rible gnawing pain, just...

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

BAZAaK. j The bazaar in aid of the Patrician Brothers' School will open this evening at the Masonic Hall. The arrange ments by the Committee of Management are very complete. The display of ar ticles for sale is as varied as the most | critical could desire, and a good pro-: gramme of amusement has been ar ranged.

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AN INTERESTING INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

AN INTERESTING INCIDENT. On the voyage of the Orotava from London to Australia an interesting ev ent occurred soon after the vessel sailed from Adelaide, and there was found aboard a new passenger — the Orotava baby, who came into the world about 2 a.m. on Tuesday, 22nd December. The happy parents are Mr. and Mrs. George Steverson, Oxford, England, who purpose settling in New South Wales. 'On 23rd December, at 11. 30 a.m., as the liner steamed through the blue waters of Hobson's Bay,' v rites a passenger 'the new-comer was c-hylstened jDudljey Orotava Steversdn. The Right Rev. Bishop Wallis, of Wel lington, New Zealand, performed the baptismal rites. The godmother was Mrs. Donald Sutherland and the baby was held by Mrs. Annie M'Kinnon, wife of Mr. Andrew M'Kinnon, leader. ot the Scottish Meistersingers, wno dis embark at Melbourne. The godfathers were the Rev. John M'Coll, M.A., Unit ed Free Church minister, of Paisley, Scotland; and Mr. A. E. Crossfield, of Hare Tarn, Carnforth, La...

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

A„GREAT LAW SUIT BECltDED t he Supreme Court, the Peopl e, have decided that Dr. Sheldon's Ne w Die. covery wins against' Coughs, Colds and Consumption. Price, 1/c and 3/ Obtainable at Mockler Bros , ' at., Bathurst; B.: Morgan, Bu rrasi.i

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

For Children's Heads. Mothers, Flossine for the Hair has the advantage of not only being perfectly harm less, but prevents dandruff, and reuuers the scalp healthy and the hair soft like silk. It effectually destroys nits and other parasites, thereby keeping free from these pests tho heads of children who are going to school. Stocked by all chemists and storekeepers, Sydney agent : Brothwood, Chemist, 82 King-street.* ? /

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

* rp/pf PO brewery, I W® [I'll Dowling Street, j JL Redfern, Sydney XXX ASes -Draught Ales, j | Lager | Obtainable in I i Pilsesier ' Bottles from \ Dinner Ale J 'allHotels ' | Bitter Ale - - - ui^,h i Select Stock Ale ! Stout - - - ? a Bulk and Bottled. 1 j RESCH'S ALES, BEERS AND STOUT 1 ar© made from the choicest Malt and Hops obtainable, [ . i without a particle of preservative. 3 $ MR. BERNARD GROGAN, President of the N.S.W. Country \ S Press Association, addressing an assemblage of N.S.W. Country \ \ Pressmen, representing a circulation of 230,000 newspapers per issue, ' 1 said : ' Our visit of inspection to Resch's this afternoon has been _i S a an eye-opener. After what we have seen of this brewery ? \ I feel that all over N.S.W.. nobody should call for a bottle of imported.' ' Boilermakers, Dairy and Refrigerating Engineers, 342, 344, 346 SUSSEX-ST., SYDNEY. 1 SOLE AGENTS FOR THE— 'ALFA-LAVAL' Cream Separators. Nearly ONE MILLION ' ALFA-LAVAL' Cream Separators in use. Hand ...

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THE FIELD OF SPORT. THE TURF. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

THE FIELD OF SPORT. By 'Nappeii Tandy. '1 THE TURF. FIXTURES. Approved- vhy the . Western District i ? Racing Association:- — , . i Bathurst Turf Club, January 2Cth and - 27th. General entry, January 25th, at S o'clock. Lagoon Jockov Club, February; 3rd. En tries, January 28ttt at 12 o'oclock. Weights, 20th. Orange Jockey Club Cup Meeting, .March 2nd aud 3rd. . y: \ Peak Hill Jockey Club, July 30th and - 31st. List of Dates applied for:— ..????, :; February 10: Dunn's Plains (Rockley) Jockey Club. Entries, February 4th; weights, 6th. . ? February. 17th: Peak Hill Jockey Club. March 9th and 10th: O. aud D. Picnic ??Race. Club. . March 24th: H.A.C.B., Cowra. March 31st: Bogan Gate: Jockey Club. March 31st: Eugowra' Jockey Club. May 5th, and Cth: Youngs-Turf Club. May 7tli and 8th: Dubbo Jockey Club. May 2Sth and 23th: Mudgee District Turf Club. June 3rd Portland Jockey Club. Mr. Lindsay was, as usual, punctual in issuing the weights for the two most important events to be run at the B...

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THE REV. S. C. O'B. BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

? THE REV. S. C. O'B. BALL. A meeting of the ladies of the congre gation of Holy Trinity, Kelso /will be l.eld on Monday afternoon, at the Rec tory at 4 p.m. This is intended to af ford the friend? of the Rev. S. C. O'B. Ball an opportunity o£, bidding him farewell, asvlie leaves to take up work in Sydney ,r0n' the following day.

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

CRICKET. The match between .oathurst and St. i Barnabas' which was concluded on i Saturday, caused an exciting finish, for | although the latter were credited .with !? a Srwickets wint three of them were 1 non-existent, and a couple of balls might at any time nave ended the game. The victors deserved their win, for weakened as they were by the ab sence of Collier and Hemsworth on the first day, this weakness was accentu ated by Kenua's temporary transfer ence to Eskbank. Except, perhaps, for Ivenna's batting on the firse day, the cricket was, at best, -mediocre. The hatting was poor, though Callaghan shaped fairly well on Saturday, and Hinton was going strong when lie was i mi out. St. Barnabas' tail end show id grit, though devoid of science, but that didn't matter seeing the runs were obtained. Barnes batted confidently, and Windridge did exceptionally well under trying circumstances, although lie had some luck for a ball from Calla ghan bit the Btumpa, without dislodg ing tho bai...

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IRRIGATION LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

IRRIGATION LEAGUE. : i A meeting of members of the Irriga tion 'and Closer Settlement League will be held 011 Monday,- evening in the T0W11 I-Iall at 8 o'clock. ' The business is stated to be important, and we under stand that something of the .nature of a preliminary report regarding the pro posed scheme will, be submitted.

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

BOXING. Thank goodness, there has.been a ces sation of newspaper talk between Jack Johnson and Tommy Burns, for 'what Johnson said' and 'what Burns said' was beginning to, get monotonous, es pecially tho disparaging remarks about on© another. They will have opportuni ties again, however, for although Mr. Mcintosh said, he intended to retire from the fight-promoting biz., and Tommy! Burns was going to retire and settle in Australia whether he won or lost the contents with Johnson, they, were both talking for talk's sake, as it is given out that the champions will meet again in England, and Mr. Mcintosh is the 'enterprising' promoter— that is if it can be called enterprise to promote anything that is such a money-making concern as fighting. One can hardly blame the syndicate, of which H. D. Mcintosh is business manager, for con tinuing in fjhe fistic business — out of punching range of course — so long as it proves profitable, but there was no reed for H. D. to talk of severing his co...

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

I'lTlENDLY, SOCIETIES ASSOCIATION ? Uhe. 'Friendly Societies' Association of Bathurst held their seventh annual meet ing 011 Wednesday night. The chair was occupied by Bro. 1-1. y. 'Foss, (Pre sident), and there was a good attend ance of- delegates; The annual report I was read by Bro. G. V. Morgan (Secre tary), and balance sheet by Bro. H. J. Pt'ahl (Treasurer). Tho report touch ed on the general business of the year,, and referred to tho good feeling ot imity : which existed amongst the afliiiated societies.' Reference was also nu.de :to the dental agreement, and pro posed Friendly Societies' demonstration a'nd regarding tho former, surprise was ?expressed that there were not a larcer .number of subscribers on tho list. C011 ?cluding, the report thanked the Societies ?lor their lcvxal support. The balance ?sheet showed a substantial credit bal ance on both the General and Distress ed Brothers Hospital Funds. (The of ficers elected wcro as follow:; Presi dent, Bro. W. Granlese; Vic...

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Cycling and Motoring. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Cycling and Motoring, The Dunlop Rubber Co., who are or ganising the big Relay Despatch Cycle Ride, to be held at Easter time, from Adelaide to Sydney, now announce that they have definitely decided on the route tn ho tnkon. which will bo as follows: Adelaide, via Aldgato and Strathalbyn, to Wellington, wlhere the River Murray will be punted across; thence through Meningie to McGrath's Flat, where the dreaded Coorong Desert is entered. From here on to Kingston (7S miles) most of the track lays across sandhills, pipeclay stretches along the beach, heavy loose sandpatches, besides several lagoons and backwater reacflies, which havo to bo negotiated. Needless to say, this hor rible stretch of country will be crossed during daylight, and the task of carrying the despatch across this uninviting country will probably be entrusted to several Mt. Gambier cyclists, who will ?spend the week prior to the run inves tigating the different tracks, and thus become acquainted with difficulties of t...

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

F PRESENTATION. Last ev ening, the employees of Messrs. E Weblvj and Co.. assembled to bid fare veil to» - Mr. Joseph. Johnson, and to pre sent h' .ni with a mark' of ffiheir esteem. Mr. UVjole made the presentation, which took, th6 form of a set of razors, .and com;- ,)iimeutud Mr. Johnson on the char acter of his service to the firm, extend ing over ten years, besides expressing titer ihcavty- wishes of all for Ihis future. M r. Johnson 'acknowledged the compli lueirt paid him. ? . ? ,v-,

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A STRAY GOAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

A STRAY GOAT. At the Police Court yesterday, R. Berry was charged, 011 the informa tion of the Sanitary Inspector, with a flowing a goat to stray in Piper-street. A fine of 10s, with 3s 6d Court costs, was inflicted.

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MUSICAL AND LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

MUSICAL AND LITERARY ASSO CIATION. The annual meeting of this Associa tion to be 'held on Monday evening at Beavis Bros', when the report Willi be presented and officers elected.

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SAVINGS BANK FOR LYNDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

..'.SAVINGS BANK FOR LYNDHURST. Our Sydney correspondent last night informed us that an agency of the Go vernment Savings Banlc of New South Wales will be opened at the Post Office, Lyndhurst, where savings bamlc business may be transacted during the hours at ?which the: poBt office is usjually open for money order business.

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CITY LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

CITY, LAND SALE. I Messrs. Apps and Son announce the sale of a number of city allotments in various parts of the town. The sale will bo hold this afternoon at three o'clock. «. ?

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

A liking for simple fare is a pretty good test of a Ihealtliy appetite. i Tho In'dians.of the 'Six Nations,' says a Brantford (Ontario) telegram, have elected the Prince of Wales as hon orary war chief. The election was a striking , display of Indian ceremonial. Mr. Smith, Superintendent of Indian Af fairs, on behalf of the Prince, accepted this, insignia of the chiefsliip and an address, which will he forwarded to his .Royal Highness. : ? ? ,

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