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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH The Broken Hill Crisis. MEN'S ENTHUSIASM FLAGGING. Broken Hill, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

NEWS BY TELEGRAPH | (From Now South 'Wales Country I Press Association |. I The Broken Hill Crisis. . I MEN'S ENTHUSIASM FLAGGING, f Broken Hill. Friday. Although speakers from the South Australian Labour Party are dolne their beat to keep up the enthusiasm of the men at Broken Hill to coneort p: tote, the labour people are feeling the muzzling of Tom Mann very keenly. The 'Barrier Truth', the official or gan of the Labour Party, says that It considers the Bench, unjust in sentenc ing a man before he ih provtd guilty. The police are experiencing extraor dinary difficulties in securing evidenco relative to certain matters. They say that they have never uefore known the fiefenco to be so .effectually silent. Before Mr. Barnott, S.M., to-day, James Harrison, Jomi Williams, and James Knevitt, were charged with riotous behaviour and assaulting the police. Voluminous cVidence was ta ken, during which, it was stated that some woman pueueu « constable and Ills charge, making pos sible the m...

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A Perilous Moment. COLLISION AT SEA NARROWLY AVERTED. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

A Perilous Moment. COLLISION AT SEA NARROWLY. AVERTED. j Sydney, Friday. I When the steamer Malaita was ap proaching Port Jackson this morning, at an early tour, she flafrowly escaped being run down by a brilliantly lighted outward bound sterner, which; behaved ?: jn an erratic, disconcerting fashion, i She altered her course in such a man ner as to run perilously cose acrloss the hows of tho Malaita. Tho latter' prompt- ly reversed engines and went astern; thus saving tho situation. The pas sengers were much alarmed. The name of the big steamer is so far unknown.

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

WHY SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLATILE ETTCALYPTI EXTRACT superior: to any 1 ojhar eucalyutus product? Becouso it is the result of full experience and of a special and careful process of manufacture, and the danger attending the uso of tho irresponsible preparations which are now palmed off an 'Extracts ' aro avoided. A death was recently reported from the use of one of these concoctions, and at an action at law, a sworn witness testified thut lie suffered tho mosi cruel irritation from tho application to an ulcer of auother, which was sold as ' just as good as SANDER'S EXTRACT.' 'Thero fore, beware of such deception. Rememberr that in medicine a drop that cures is bottet than a tablespoonful that kills, and insist upon the preparation which was proved by experts at thq ^Supreme Court of Victoria and by numerous authJrifcies during the last 3d years to bo a product of genuine merit, viz., THE GENUINE SANDER AND SONS' PURE VOLATILE' EUCALYPTI EX TRACT. F. Hearne, Chemist, William s...

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

' — — — — — / your Infan? WHS Thrive : NEAVE'S FOOD Is a PER 1FECTLY SAFE FOOD for the most delicate child, if used accord ing to the directions giveni It assists teething, is a valuable bonc forrncr, relieves constipation, and Is a complete diet for Infants. 11 Opotiki, New Zealand, ' May 25/A, 1905. ' Dear Sirs, — I enclose a photo of our youngest child, Ronald, who is three and a-hatf years old. He was an extremely delicate child t only weighing three pounds at birth. He was very ill, and though tve tried most patent Joods, they only kept him alive and he never seemed to improve. SAt ten months we put hint on Neave' s Food, and in a month he became quite Jat. He is Motu quite a sturdy specimen, and very strong. Yours truly, 'LUCYS. KIRK. u Messrs. Josiah R. Neave 6* Co., 41 Fordingbridge, England Manufacturers : Josiah R. Neave & Co., Fordingbridge, England. fi Purveyors by Special Appointment I to H.I.M. THE I EMPRESS OF RUSSIA.

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

MONEY! MONEY* In any Sums from 4 per cent. WE nre prcpnml to advance on country pecmity, including Broad Acrcs, Stock, find Oriv.n. Facilities f;ivon for He. m -vul of Exi.HiiiK Mortgages and Overdrafts Hevc purchasers for .Station, Farm mid Orchard Properties. First-clnes City and iruburban Properties for sale, returning good interest en money invested. . Correspondence invited. RICHARDSON & CO., Property As-ents, 107 Pitt-stri ct, Sydney, and Rose Bay, EASTER, 1909, TOWN HALL, SYDNEY. Under the distinguished putronagcof Their Excel Icncies Larl Dudley -Govornor-Genera! of Australia), and Countess dJudlcy, tho Gover nors of New South Wales. Victoria. Queens land, bouth Australia. Western Atutralia. and Tasmania. GRAND COMMONWEALTH AND FIUS'l' AXNOAI, Australian Championship Competitions, to be held oil 5 th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, I2th, and 13th APRIL, 1909, Prize Honey £1000 Prize Money Grand Champion Choral Contest. FIRST Prize, .£100 and the Paling Sterling Silver Cup...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Friday. Sixty sis trucks of produce were of fered at Central Railway Yards this morning, forty three of the number moving dfC at auction. ? -..- Choice Chaff, 5s 2d to 5s 4d;! prime 4s 6d to 'Is 3d; inferior^ 3s 9d. Prime largo bale lucerne hay 3s 9d to 4s; choice 4s Gd; medium email, 4s 2d to 4s Gd;. prime midget, 6s Id. Lucerne chaff and oaten hay were neglected. Prime chiclnvheat, 3s 3d to 3s IOd; medium, 3s 4%d to 3s G%d. Rye corn, 4s 2%d. Algerian oats, 2s 3d. Oaten Hay: Thompson, Brewongle, passed in at 6s 9d.

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A NEW METHOD OF DEBT-COLLECTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

A NEW METHOD. OF DEBTCOL -LECTING. A certain tradesman prompted, by an article lie read recently.^ on the subject of collecting accounts, ? ? declares that more is to be accomplished by a dun ning letter , couched in good-natured language than one Tireathlng tlnieats! in liarsh words, and relates the follow ing as an illustration: — ' 'It was our -custom to let a new clerk occupy his spare time, writing let ters to slow customers. - A clerk's mer its were riieasured- largely' by the re sult of this- work. Up in M ? we had a particularly 'bad case. .It was a bill for £5 against a man. named William Rose. - It. had long been considered a bad debt, -but every now and then we gave .ut a- whirl. ?'Finally, one day, ? the last cleric put on, ». ,brighlfc young, , (fellow, laiid .tli'o following lines on : my -desk and asked permission to- post them to Rose: — Olr, William Rose,' oil, fragrant rose, ?Yourself it is who. surely, knows Unsettled bills ars bad. They soil our books . they spoi...

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Sydney Share Market. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Sydney Share Market, Sydney, Friday. Latest quotations : — Broken Hill South (eon, dly. Feb. 8), 77s 3d. . , , Broken Hill Junction North, 24s. . Broken Hill North, BPb. Bank of New South Wales, £17 5a.

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

FREE SEATS; At a church in an English country town an aged verger, to save the ex ertion of continually marching .up and down the aisle to conduct persons to their seats, used to tako his stand in i.uL . nhiirp.h. find. wliQU LITO UCUIIC \Ji. ; ? , — , ?any iiiconjers [appeared, . beckon them and: then cosduct- them to a seat. The urchins of the neighbourhood, knowing his p^cfuliararity, used to pop their heads inside th'e church door and mimic his actios by beckoning him. Many times lie tried to catch them, and - one Sunday morning_ near ly did so. But one boy rushed away from- th'e church and; ran into the arms of a policeman. J^What have, you been up to?' demanded ? tlie policeman. 'Thought the boy I'm caught'; but he said, 'Oh, sir, there, oeen a distur bance : at that church and they have sent me to bring a: policeman.' 'Very good,' 'said the officer; 'I'll step in and see about it.' So lie opened the door- at the west-eud of the church *aud, talcing off his helmet, entered, i ...

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

You will pay just as much for a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Romedy as for any ? -£ the other medicines, but you save monoy ; n buying it. Tho savins* is in what you ?,'et, not what you pay. The suro-to-cure you qualitv is in every bottle of this remedy, anil vou get good results when you take it. Buying cough medicine is an im portant matter. Neglected colds often de velop serious conditions, and when you buy .1 cough medicine you want to bo sure you ' i :ire getting one that will cure your cold. ; \Vhen you buy Chamberlain's Cougli Rem 7 ? , edy'you tako no chauces. It always cures, tor sale by L. Edgley and Co. If

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PERFECT DIG[?]TION MEANS PERFECT HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

SMSRFiSOT DJUHfrmON MEANS rjflit FECT HEALTH. ! 'A. good etomach keeps every part ef the body in perfect condition, and Disease cannot break in. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tubules are a natural rem edy for all disorders and weaknesses of the stomach. They possess exactly the same nronerties as the gastric jui ces and other digestive fluids of th« Btomach. They actually do the diges tive work of the stomach, and enable that organ to rest, recuperate, and fcecome sound and healthy. They act in a mild, natural manner, and cause no disturbance in (the dliiresllivte /or gans. They prevent any fermentation of the food, which causes sour stom ach. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules instil health into every part o£ the human body. They compel perfect di gestion of the food and perfect as similation of the food nutriment. Every organ of the body is kept in repair, and good health 'n'lecessarHy results. !At the same time the stomach, being xolieved of its work, gets well and strong. Obtainable at M...

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COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER V. (continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

COMRADES IN ARMS. f CHAPTER V. (continued). Certainly, military life in the plains tiuring the hot season had very little to commend it. No wonder everybody who could contrive to do so went off to lflie hills on leave. ' Colonel Fenuing, however, was - not I thinking of the heat as ihe stared gloom ily across the Maidan. He had some thing else with ' which . to occupy his thoughts and to deepen the lines on his banned forehead. The interview with the general from ' which he had just emerged was more than sufficient to make all other matters of no import ance. His face flushed again at the re coilcction. 'The pompous old ass as good as Muted it was all my fault!' he ex claimed angrily. Then his eye fell on the servant : who was moving noiseless ly about in the far) j qornor of the room. 'Go oveiv to - Gilbert Sahib's bunga low,' lie said, curtly; 'and ask him to rnmfl lw»irn .' ' Ram Bux received the order with a deferential salute, and stopped into the' .verandah. Privately, however...

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Pars from all Parts. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

^ Pars from all Parts. [From the ' Daily Mail.'] ' I Shorthand writing is a matter of temperament, not altogether of intelli gence. The woman who can both act and think for herself is a treasure indeed to the man lucky enough to possess iher. It is not fashion that changes, it is women's taste. No woman will admit that the same style of dress- can suit iher several years in succession. The early riser may put on airs of assumed gaiety in the morning, but as a rule he is a grumpy, morose creature long before the day is over. The outside world does not worry so nmcli 'about us as we, make ourselves believe it does. We offght to be more thick-skiuned. ? No one can come into contact with a good and great man, without being the better for it, whether he be poet or patriot, philosopher or teacher, writer oi statesman. Of all qualities, conducive to happiness not only in married life, but in human intercourse in general, there are few to equal — none to surpass— the homely one of good temp...

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Oberon Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Oberon Shire Council. (From our Corresp'oade'nli) . * The usual fortnightly meeting of the Oberon Shire Council was held on Sat urday, when there were present: Coun cillors T. C.. Brennan (President), in the chair, Councillors, H. Kelly, C. E. Richards, E. Robinson, G. P. Todd and U Todd. The report of the Overseer ot Works was received and adopted on the motion oi Councillor Todd. The Clerk read the estimates of gen eral rate for financial year ending 31st December, 1909, wliiclr were as follows: Amount of proposed expenditure out of the general fund to which tihe pro ceeds of the rate are to he carried, £4533; amount in hand available for such expenditure, £1237; amount of other revenue likely to he available for such expenditure, £2369; amount re quired to be raise-! by rate for such expenditure, £910; total unimproved ca pital value on which it is proposed to levy rate, £173,936; rate proposed to be mado and levied l%d in tho £ on un improved value. Tho Clerk explained that the ...

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

Herebert Row, 27, a painter, com mitted suicide . by: shooting himself with a revolver in his bedroom at Sur ry-Hills on, Wednesday, night.

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

Years of Biliousness. \ PROMPTLY OURliD BY BILE BEANS. The following case of Mrs. H. Tuohy, of Franklyn Street, Adelaide, S.A., is typical of Bile Beans' perfect and thor ough way. Whether you have bilious ness in only slight and intermittent at tacks, or whether it is of years' standing and apparently chronic, 'Bile Bear.s are a sure cure — and permanent too. Chat ting to an interviewer, Mrs. Tuohy said ' For the greater part of my life I have been a great sufferer from Biliousness, which was accompanied by headache and ind'gestion, and I found nothing to give me speedier relief than Bile Beans, liven from the contents of lhe first box I felt an improvement, and, continuing the course, the biliousness and headache gradually left me, and I was ultimately perfectly cured. Since then I have no need to have anyone in attendance in my house, as I am perfectly able to do my own household dutiesj-and I never felt bettepin my life. I have tried every kind of medicine in search of relief, b...

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CARE OF THE EYES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

CARE OF THE EYES. Never rub the eyes,' for this jiractico causes inflammation of the lids, and! however 'beautiful |tbo expi^egsionjj j.if ! the .'-eyes are red or without lashes they lose theirt chann. ' i When a foifeign substancei gets in to the eye do not irritate it fcjj trying to force it out. JKeep the eyo closed I for a few moments or until the object ' is removed by the tears which will flow. If, howwer, it is impossible to remove tlie substance yourself, have soiiieone (who will perform. tlie' opera tion carefully) removes it- for you. : . [ ??'If the wind has reddened the 'eye lids, wash them in slightly warm'wat I er ' using common 'salt. : ^ Tho Montreal Woollen Mills, which havo been in, operation for 30 years, will close at the end of this year. ?? The liian aping director, Mr. Horsfall, a York shireman, is reported as saying that the company is unable to meet the' com- petition of British mills .under tlrd ex isting tariff. ' 1 ? - 1 ? , ; - , '

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A NOVEL GARDEN PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

A NOVEL GARDEN PARTY. In response to the invitations of the C: overnor-General and the Countess of Dudley, says the 'Melbourne Leader,' 600 married members of the 'metropoli- tan police force, almost an equal . num- ber of wives, and quite four times as many youngsters, assembled Wednes- day, 23rd ult., at Government House to enjoy such a Christmas parly as- has never been given in lis vicinity , before. No queue of motors niid carriages was a feature at this garden party. Half a dozen cabs and a four-in-hand . drag or so supp.emented, with a few exceptions, the trams in tho matter, of transport. The exceptions were provided by peram bulators and go-carts. ? One of the for mer was cunningly disposed of at the entrance right under the Royal arms, while g:o-carts fully occupied were somewhat of a feature. . Years ago 'London. Punch' thiow considerable light on the domestic affaire of our noble defenders. An irascible old man is portrayed trying to frighten away some Ismail children (f...

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Nineteen Years Weather Cycles. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Nineteen Years Weajher Cycles. I The following interesting article ap peared iu the last issue of the 'Bath- urst Post':— About seven years ago Mr. H. C. Rus sell, then Government Astronomer, put forward a theory of a 19 years' cycle.] we oenevie tne same theory was men tioned many years before then. Re- . ceutly a similar cycle has been advanc- ! ed for the wet and dry periods iu Soutlr , Africa. It is thought that the two great continents are controlled by the, 'great southern anti-cyclonic belt,' which travels from west to east. The idea is that according to the latitude of the great, southern anti-cyclonic belt the rainfall varies, and this belt moves from north to south, and then returns to the north again, taking some 19 years doing so. , . Colonel II. E. Rlawsom C.B., 'R.E., in a paper published in a recent issue of the 'Geographical Journal' writes: 1. 'The long recognised 'Belt of Calms' In southern latitudes is none other than the oceanic portion of the great , southern an...

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

Existence may bo summed up thus : Up till thirty — live. After thirty — liver. And then— just; living. —R.- Hichens. Life need not be miserable after you aro thirty years old. If your liver is sluggish and refuses to perform its functions, take a few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets, and you will live anew. For sale by L. Edgley and Co [all ' ,5_ ? fy Cuess'anka!kerlate 1 V 1 ( t that no Tobccco /f y ^ I; {TOBACCO^1' mjjCjmm. AWARnFfB 3 GOLD MEDALS. fit :or PURITY j/JH^ NATURAL' fiROMS Mflm and PERFECTION I M SUNOE II iannot be ExcoHed. clmls® ? SUNOL attained i ts present degree of 1 1 1 wobobm high favor mainly by reason of ono important departuro, ! tho manufacturers havo wisely taken from tho much abused modorn method of making, _ viz, tho total exclusion of parfumcs or flavor ing of any kind, retaining tho loaf's original aroma, and excluding all injurious impuri ties. SUNOL, Plug, Dk. or Bt. 6 0 lb. pet. fr. SUNOL, Cut, D or B lib bx 6 0 do. do. SUNOL, CutDorB 2ozpkts6 6 do. do....

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