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

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

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Breaches of Municipalities Act. DRIVING WITHOUT LIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Breaches of Municipalities Act. I DRIVING WITHOUT LIGHTS. I The Municipal authorities are now | taking a determined stand in order to i suppress a dangerous habit which las jf been allowed to spring up and grow | in tho town, that of driving without I lights, and riding bicycles without lights 1 Offenders against tho Act are liable to s a fine of £20, but the Police Magls- || trate inflicted the nominal, fine of 10/ ?| in each case with costs 3/6. In every 1 instance the defendant pleaded guilty, i For driving vehicles without lights \ the defendants were: William Sutton, | Bariiey McHugh, James Murphy, two I ofloncea. ? |f ?Those who were caught riding on bi- || cyples without lights were: Arthur Ren- | dajll, Edward Wright, ^Waltoi} Eagles and John McFowler. 1 T:jie Police MagJ'slbraJte said it was )| t'm^ this practice was stopped. Cyclists 1 rode' along heedless of anyone, and g bumped against pedestrians and others. | Thfe members of the police force 1 have, rendered valuable a...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, JANUARY 24. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF KELSO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Church Services. SUNDAY, JANUARY 24. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF KELSO. Holy Trinity— 7.30 a.m., 11 a.m., 7.30 p.m. Eglinton — 3 p.m. Raglan — 3 p.m. PARISH OF O'CONNELL. Sunny Corner— 11 a.m., Rector, i », Meadow Flat— 3 p.m. . ' O'Counell— 7.30 p.m. . ,, ,1/': ;;!.:,. Beaconefield— 11 n.mV, Beaded ? .. ,: ? Oberon, 7,30 p.m.~-Rcador.

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

Perthville Disturbance. At the Police Court yesterday Con. stable Lennon proceeded against George Peers, Martin Fitzpatrick and John Da vis for behaving in a riotous manner on tlie roadway at Perthville. Tho too first named defendants pleaded guilty, but Davis not guilty. Fitzpatrick was evidently 'under the influence' aud it was found necessary to repeat the in formation. Sub-Inspector Anderson informed tho Police Magistrate that Peers had been engaged by the other two defendants to shift camp to the Rockley Road. Arriv ed at Perthville the trio spent several hours in tho vicinity of tho Bridge Ho tel, Perthville. Having primed them .selves with drinks the men 'painted the place red.' They were fighting and otherwise misconducting themselves, They were joined by others and fun v/as fast and fnHnn-5 Wo postponement of the case against Davis. || The 'Police Magistrate inflicted a line p of 20/, in each case, with 3/S costs. He 1 postponed tho case against Davis. '| Constable Bartlett...

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

METHODIST OHUROH. William-st — 11 n.m., Rev;. J.' Hulme. | „ 7.30 p.m., Rev. H.*Wlieen. South Bathurst— 11 a.m., Rev. H. Whecii. ,, -- 7.30 p.m., Rev. J. Hulme. Bloom Hill— 3 p.m., Mr. II. Whalan. Whito Rock— 11 a.m., Mr. H.' Whalan. ., „ 7.30 p.m., Mr. Baxter. Perthville— 3 p.m., Rev. J.Hulmo, Dunkeld— 3 p.m., Rev. H. Wheen. Lagoon— 3 p.m., Mr. (J. Whalan. Wottlo Flat— 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m., Mission Band.

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

Mr.; A. Angliu, Eureka-street, BftUarat, Vic., pyrites : ' Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and D(iarrhcBa Romedy is a tip-top remedy for ci'nmps in tho .Btomacli, diarrhcoa oi'1 dysonfery. I havo used it ond can thoiefore attest /to its merits. ,1- never fail to priufio Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera- and Diarrhcen Remedy whonover an opportunity presents tsolf.- For sale by L. Edgley and Co

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

BAPTIST OHUROH. Bathurst; — 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m., Rev. H. D Archer. ' v i. ? Kaplan — 3 p.m , Rev. H. D. Archer: Eglinton— 7.30 p.m., Mr. Iran Scott. Perthville— No service. ? CONGREGATIONAL OHUROH. Tho Congregational Church services will be conducted at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m., by Rev. L. H. W. Purnell. Memorial servico iu memory of lata Mr. R. Baldwin.

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SYDNEY WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

{ SYDNEY WOOL MARKET. Harrison, Jones and Devlin, Ltd.) submitted at auction on Thursday a ca talogue of 4784 bales comprislug a goo'i selection in both greasy and scoured sections. Notwithstanding the some what disappointing tone of the opening | London sales on Tuesday last our sale | was characterised , by spirited compcU' | tion ail round but at slightly lower va* | lues for god to superior descriptions | than (have ruled recently whilst the | lower ) grades were from par ta 5 P«f \ cent, lpwer. Crossbreda which were well | represented were in good request and va lues firmer in sympathy with the Lon don rqarket. At auction and privately we sold 5374 bales. Amongst tho lots from tie Bathurst district that wero dis posed of were:— M over MF, Clifton Gove, Meadow Flat, 9%d;' Stokes, A.A'.i | Rockley 9d; T. McK., Kelso, 10%d; D0 | o'er R, Rockley, lOd; D ovw P. Rock' , | ley, S%d. ' ^ I

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

TTOW lovely is the light and how beauti _i'_i /ul the print whim ' wearing Barka ci '-ooon s perfect spectacles ! Not only now joi viialism and literature are opened to youy hut » new world of sunshine and sweet ness.. Write for Barraelough's Self-Sight Teafi?* to 386 George St., Sydney. Posted tew, Shey are unexcelled Opticians and Bumufaotiire exactly what vou rcauir*.

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Punitive Expedition. DEMONSTRATING THE WHITE MAN'S POWER. ENCOUNTER WITH NATIVES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Punitive Expedition. DEMONSTRATING* THE .WHITE MAN'S POWER. ENCOUNTER AVITH NATIVES. Sydney, Friday. n steamer Makombo, which arrlv j oG this morning from ti0 islands, blings news of hte punitive expedition ?which was sent to avengo the rccent murders of white settlers. The party steamed for isno inline „ 1 ? n.. burning villages, and shooting the in ur derors and their accomplices, and oth erwise demonstrating the power of the White mans rule. On one occasion the men became aggressive, and gave Com -anuer Woodford aud his men a warm quaitei of an hour. Tho natives were armed with rifles and spears, and though' none of. the whites were Jellied, several of them sustained wounds. ' Tho na tives wero eventually beaten off and dispersed. During the operations of the expedition a considerable quantity of the stolen goods was recovered.

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

The Bathurst Turf Club. A meeting of the committee was held last night when some finishing touches were given to the work in progress for the meeting on Tuesday and Wednes ay next. Everything points to an ex ceptionallv successful j .l _ committee and subscribers are very The tender of Messrs. Dowse n Vhite Daily Argus,' was accepted for printing the race bocks. Several ac counts were passed for payment. * ue meeting oi the Western District Association is to be held on Tuesday evening in the Mayor's Room, Town wall, It is expected that there will be a large gathering of representatives from he different clubs. Some important business will be transacted. Amongst Other thines a stinpndn™ ...:n k. ?Ctj Association will also be asked to consider dates for future meet-! ings of clubs under its jurisdiction. The ! names of the clubs which have already h e'r ^xtnr.es cor|firmed, together] .... 'paying tor dates, appear in another column of this issue. Applica tions for registration of trai...

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M.U.I.O.O.F. COUNTRY BRANCH MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

M.U.I.O.O.F. COUNTRY BRAN CH MEETINGS. The annual conference of the Bathurst District M.U.I.O.O.F. began it sittings on Wednesday at Dubbo, 32 delegates, besides the Grand Master, Bro. Austin, and district officers, being present. The auditors report disclosed the total vnlnp of funds; ^'17,492 1 is -7^. . The revenue for the year was ^2545 15s; expenses .&1225 *4S 9^ - leaving.^1320 profit. Bro. Maunder, was presented' by the G.M., on behalf of the various' lodges in the district, with a gold watch and chain, and a (bracelet fdt'Mrs. Maunder. Mr. Maunder, 'who'1 was ; initiated in the Lloyd Lo.dge^urraga, has been a ' live' member, of the oider, and through the efforts taken by fiitri in 'connection' with the consolidation of th'e: funds; of the order considferable impetus was given to the movement. - ? : . , ; ????,: ; : Bro. Murphy was elected District Grand Master, and Bro. Fowler, Deputy.

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Accepting Fines at Council Chambers. BY WHAT LAW? [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Accepting Fines at Council Chambers. BY WHAT LAW? Twice recently, at the Police Court, when cases in which the Municipal Council have been called 011, the Sani tary Inspector informed the Police Ma gistrate that the defendants had p aid fines at the Town Hall. Yesterday Mrs. Regan, of Kelso, was summoned for allowing a cow to stray, and again this explanation was given. The Police Magistrate aske'd by wihat right, and according to what law was this done? If persons were summon ed, they should come before the Court, unless the informations were with drawn. If the summons was issued, no one but the Court had authority to inflict a fiue. Some time ago the Coun cil had complained to the Court about the frequency with which the Act was broken, and through its Attorney had urged the Court to inflict peremptory fines, so that the offence might be sup pressed. Now the Council was going behind the back of the Court and ac cepting nominal penalties of 5s, while j defendants who appeared in Co...

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A Railway Smash. COLLISION AT WARNCLIFFE. SEVEN TRUCKS DAMAGED. TRAFFIC BLOCKED 7 HOURS. Orange, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

A Railway Smash. COLLISION AT WARNCLIFFE. 1 SEVEN TRUCKS DAMAGED. TRAFFIC BLOCKED 7 HOURS. Orange, Friday. At about 11 o'clock this morning, the goods train' from Wellington, that us ually arrives at Orange at 12 o'clock, was pulling up at Warncliffe, 23 miles west of Orange, when a mishap oc curred. Apparently, through pulling up too short, the head tops of a truck were badly damaged. It was deemod advisable to cut out the broken truck and take it to Kerr's Creek. This was successfully accomplished, but the en gine, on returning to be coupled to the stationary train, crashed into it, and, besides injuring the permanent way more or less, smashed seven or eight trucks. ' ? ! ' i 1 I ji 1 ; Gangs were 'despatched from Orange an'd Wellington by trains, and it took until 6 o'clock this evening to suffi ciently clear the road to permit of the continuance of traffic. No passengers cr employees were injured. Three goods trains were delayed. An inquiry will probably be held at the Orange Ra...

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GEORGE'S PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

GEORGE'S PLAINS. ?i (From OUr Corrpsnnnclpntv Social Evening. — A meeting of the members of the George's Plains Tennis Club, together with a number of iheir friends, was held on . Thursday evening at the residence of Mr. H. Smith, when ivii. o. nocKey, on Dehait ot the (Jlub, presented Miss Helena Dowling — on the eve of her marriage — with a hand some salad bowl. In making the presentation, Mr. Hockey conveyed to Miss Dowling the good wishes of the Club and her numerous -friends. Mr. Dowlinp, recipient's father, on her be half, acknowledged the gift and thanked the friends for their kindness. After refreshments had been , partaken of, the remainder of the evening was spent in music and games. Before the company separated three cheers were given for Mr, and Mrs. Smith.

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Straying Animals. WHAT CONSTITUTES AN OFFENCE? [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Straying Animals. , WHAT CONSTITUTES AN OFFENCE? M. P. Lowrie was brought before the Police Court yesterday, on summons by Sanitary Inspector Podmore, charged with allowing a horsw to stray in the street. Defendant did not deny the straying, but said he had put the horse into tho paddock. The fence and gate were in good repair. The Police Magistrate said that if a person put an animal into a secure paddock and it got out, he was not liable. He postponed his decision until he had looked up authorities. The Inspector then proceeded against 'W. H. Gartrell for not taking reason able precaution to prevent a horse from straying. Mr. A. Gartrell said his brother was absent from town, and he had request ed him to appear for Mm, but he would not plead guilty. The Police Magistrate allowed Mr. Gartrell to appear on Ihis' brother's behalf. ' Mr. Gartrell' then ? explained that the horse had been fastened in the pad dock, but someone had let it out. Ev ery precaution has been taken to pre vent...

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THE RABBIT PEST. (To the Editor of the "Argus.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

? THE RABBIT PEST. (To the Editor of the 'Argus.'Y . sir,— It was to be expected after the recent display of public feeling in Or ange and part of the district against the unsatisfactory administration of the Pastures Protection Act dealing with the suppression of rabbits, that the re marks it has been the duty of many to make, would be subject to a certain amount of critical review, and to some amount of abusive misinterpretation. .As regards these two ordeals, I have as sured the constituents of Orange that when I find any one statement to have been seriously shaken, I shall think it rmr ,1,1 IT (raiirfll! 'fllPm ','111(1 tOWai'dS others to correct it. I have read with interest, and I may say, much surprise, the rejoinder of the Bathurst Stock Board to what was certainly the largest meeting of landholders eveij held in Orange, which was convened for the purpose of considering the methods of the Board. It was unanimously resolv ed at the meeting to apply to the Min ister for Lands ...

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Correspondence. MR. SULLIVAN AND THE SCHOOL OE ARTS. (To the Editor of the "Argus.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Correspondence. MR. SULLIVAN AND THE SCHOOL OF ARTS... iTn thn Editor of the 'Argus.') Sir, — I notice that report Mr. Sul livan as having said, at the Agricul tural Society's meeting yesterday, that 'as a matter of privilege, lie wished to refer to something Mr. E. T. Webb . , - . , „ „^o,rinna TYinr-tilie about I-au saia -u a ? ? ? his 'fleecing the Association' in favor of tho School of Arts.' , if I did not, make myself clear, I am Sorry, and apologise to Mr. Sullivan, hut what I intended to convoy was that Mr. Sullivan, as a member of tho committee of the School of Arts, look ed after the interests of the Institution, Lut when It was an Agricultural Socie ty matter, he did not look after its .Interests, as I think was clearly prov ed by his supporting a charge of 6s 3d ir, the face of the information sup plied by the Hon. Secretary. I am. etc., ' E. T. WEBB.

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Commercial. BATHURST PRICES. AT THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

Commercial. BATHURST PRICES AT THE MILLS Flour, old, £9 6s to £9 15s per ton. Wheat, 4s 3d to 4a 9d per bushel. Bran, £5 to £0 10s per ton. Pollatd, £6 to £6 10s per ton, AT LOCAL STOKES. Maize, 5s 3d per bushel Brnn, £5 10s per ton. Pollard, £6 lOs portou. Oats, 3s to 4s per bushel. Chaff, £1 10s to £5. Bacon, Is per lb. . Hams, Is 2d per lb. ? . ? ? Butter, Is Id per lb. Cheese, lOd to lid per lb. Potatoes, new, 7s to 8s cwt.' ; '*' ? Eggs, IOd to Is Id per dozen. , Boney, 21b. tin 7d. i'KUIT AND VEGETABLES. French Beans, Gs 6d per bushel. Lemons, local,' 14s to 16s per gin case. American Apples, 14s to 16s Bananas, Fiji, 14s fid per case Queens land, 12s Gd ; loose, da, New Potatoes, 8s per cwt. Bunched Vegetables, Is Gd per dozen. Seasoning Herbs, etc., Is per dozen. Onions, 6s f-d per cwt. Pumpkins, Es to 12s per dozen. Cabbage, 3s 6d to 5s per dozen. Green Peas, Gs per bushel. Spiuach, Is Gd Passion Fruit, 4s 6d half case. Lettuce, Is per dozen bunches. Pineapples, 03 Gd ease ...

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SUSSEX-STREET, PRICES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 23 January 1909

SUSSEX-STREET, PRICES. Sydney, Friday. *? neat, 03 sja to 3s 8Ad ; some holders asked 3s 9Jd, Flour. Sydney roller, £9 5s : country makes, £9. Mil offal, bran and pollard, N.S.W., £G per ton. Bran, £5. . Pollard. £G. Maize, Victorian, 4s IOd to 4s lid ; Queens land, 4s 9d ; local grades, 4s Gd to 4s 9d ? South African, 4s 9d ; islands, 4s 9d. ' , Barley, Capo, 4s to 4s 2d. Oats, 'fasmanian, 2s IOd to 3s ; New Zen land, nominal ; Algerian, N.S.W,, 2a Gd to 2s 7d. Wheat, Now South Wales milling, 3s IOd to 3s lO.Jd ; some sellers asked 3s lid to 4s ; new Manitoba, N.S.W. grown, 4s 4d to 4s 5d ; ehickwhoat, small lots, 3s 8d to 4s. Cliatl : South Australian, prime, £0 : Vic torian, CI to £4 5s. Oaten hay, Victorian, £5. Derrick straw, Tasmanian, £2 17s 6U. Lucerne hay, Hunter River, prime green Ki 10s ; prime brown, £4 to £4 5s. ?' Potatoes, Northern Rivers, £3 10s to £4 10s; Tasmanian redBkins, £7 ; darkekins, Hi 10s to £0 ; Hunter River, £1 5a to £3 10s. Onions, Victorian, £7 10s.

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