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

You'll Never Find Greater leaey-Savers THAN ARE NOW BEING OFFERED AT ZEIDGMiIE^-'S SALE ^'Kter tun ot Up-to-Date Dress Remnants at «}* per cent discount or one-third off the Marked Price. 3/ 1 aiscount, or A' Equality1.31511'650 SilkS' °nly 7{id PCr yard' 3id is what ^ve paid for A lot of Pretty Flowers, 3d spray. Ladies Smartly Trimmed Hats, reduced to 2s 9d, 3s nd, and 4s iid, ' 5s 6d White Linen Hats, ready to wear, reducer! fn : 3 dozen only, Fancy Capeline Hats, to be cleared at id each. Boy's Man-o'-War Hats, worth is 3d, now gfd. i' - Very Special RedufitioDs in Underclothing and White.Goods. ' V;' ; r FreSet-faetc!n? iQ L^e'' *nserti0ns' Bibbons. Corsets,, Belts 'and, Embroideries 7 j-d English Fast ,5!ack:Cotton Hose, for a short time only, 4^d. ' ; Great demand for the New Tartan Hose, /vhich is reduced to is 2/d. ! Lots of Bargains in 'Our Clothing and Manchester Departments. ' ' ^ LarioG who have not visited EDGLEY'S SALE are! tnxssi- c Gxcat Money Saving Opportunities, ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER V.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER V.— Continued. 'So far as it goes, sir, yea. Still, it doesn't go very tar. Leaving out of the question l'or the time being the hundred rupee note ;ho paid me, it's impossible to believe that lie could have handed over to Bertram as part of the canteen funds money which he himself had stol en from it 3 weeks earlier. The num bers ot the notes were known, and they had been stopped at the bank. My dear colonel, the whole thing's absurd.' -The other glanced at 'his companion pityingly. fll 'Of course I'm quite as convinced as ?qu are of the lad's innocence. At the eame time tlie honour of tlie regiment is concerni'd, and one must face^all the facts in consideration. One can't help admitting — looking at tlvem from one point of view— that they're deuced ugly. .Tust regard them for a moment. Vere lias been notoriously liard up for some time past. You yourself have had to spealc to him about settling his mess bill. When -at last he does so it is with a note stole...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

You will pay just as much for a bottle of Chamberlain's- Cough Remedy, as for any ?it the other medicines, but you save money in buying it. Tho saving is in what you vet, not what you pay. The sure-to-oure .vou quality is in every bottle of this remedy. and you get Rood results whon you fake it. Buying cough medicine is an itn uortant matter. Neglected colds cften do 'olop serious conditions, and when you buy ?. cough medicine you want to be sure you ire getting one that will cure your cold. When you buy Chamberlain a Cough Rora j^y you taVe no chances. It always curca* ?!or wilft bv li. Eds?ley awl Co. ALL NATIONS PRAISE j SUNOL 1/7 Guess ari kalAerlafe 1 ( - that no Tobarto tut / ? AWARDED i GOLD MEDALS. Vl :or PURITY IV NATURAL AROMA f|f and PERFECTION U SUNOL If ; Sannot be ExoeHed. ® SUNOL attained its presont degroa ol I nmnrn high favor mainly by reason of one important departure, the manufacturers have wisely takon from tho much abunod modern mothod of making, viz, tho total...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MITTAGONG RESERVOIR BURSTS. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

' M1TTAGONG' RESERVOIR - BURSTS. . . ? . Sydney, Sunday. Reports frotii Mittagpnig'^show'that a great calamity' Has ' tiefiilen' that town. On Friday night the 'reservoir, which is situated on' a- hill overlooking. the town, burst, and 200,000'' gallons of water 'escaped. The reservoir gave way with out warning/' and 'concibte blocks were hurled hundreds of vards. while steel pipes and bars were twisted -into all manner of shapes.- The breakage fortu nately occurred on the southern side of the hill and the water escaped in the opposite direction to the town. The reservoir was built by the. Public Works ,E)epartment at a cost of ^2000, and was to have been officially opened by the'Govcrnor on Wednesday next. -1'' ||

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

General News. ;'-r j ? - !l Mrs. Jessie Forrest,' 63, died in the Balmain Cottage Hospital on Friday evening, through drinking am aionia .in mistake for medicine. A verdict of death from natural causes wn-? rPhirnfiH nl thp inmipci- nn Dr Wil liam Edward Smith, who died at Lis more on January 14. ' Stables and the cdntfents, belonging to Mr. W. Dowdellj' seiir.V'bf Off Flats, near Lithgow, were -destroyed' by 'fire. Counterfeit ' sovereigns : are in- circula ? tion in Melbourne. . The Minister for;. Defence states that while the Labor Government is in office whatever can be done to give Australia at least the nucleus of a. fleet will be done. A witness before the Postal Com mission at Perth: said the staffs of the department vv'ere better offender Feder ation than1 under the States, except as regarded extended leave. ?? v At the' half-yearly meeting of the Australian Joint Stock Bank a good re port was presented. The chairman said the outlook for Australian banking was never better ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Liquor Defence Lecturer. CHALLENGES UNANSWERED. (To the Editor of the "Argus.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

Liquor Defence Lecturer. CHALLENGES UNANSWERED. j (To the Editor of the 'Argus.') I Sir,— Noticing in the daily press a few weeks ago that Mr. W. A. Lloyd, the Liquor . Defence League lecturer, came into conflict with several of his audience re No License in New Zea land, I would like to draw your readers' attention to the following: Mr. Lloyd during a lecture in Goulburn, talked a p-nnd rion.l nfimit 1hp tnilnrfi nf No Li cense in New Zealand and in America, but when challenged to debate the sub ject by the Rev. E. Pocknell, he made the excuse that he had not the time at I his disposal. He asked Mr. Pocknell to write to tho office of the Liquor De fence League in Sydney and make a formal challenge. He (Mr. Pocknell) did so several times, and receiving no reply, ho made inquiries and discov ered that the office of the Liquor De fence League was in another part of the city altogether to. the address given by Mr. Lloyd. I will leave it to your readers to say whether the mistake was in...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Australian Footballers. LEAGUERS COMPLETELY OUTCLASSED. London, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

? The Australian Footballers. LEAGUERS COMPLETELY OUT i . CLASSED. ?. i London. Januarv 23. Iri-o Northern Union to-day defeated the Australian League. team by three goals three tries '(15 points) to one goal oiiQ try (5 points). There ware 15l'0Q0 spectators ? ? . . ' The Australians were completely out classed. Their, combination was uncer tain. whoreas the Enelisli backs nassed brilliantly with- greater, precision and at (higher speed than the Australians. The Northerners led by 8 to nil at'liaif time.' In the second half the Australians im proved, Messenger scoring aiid convert ing'a try. , ^ ,,,

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fancy Fair. FOR PATRICIAN BROS. AND ORPHANAGE FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

Fancy Fair. I FOR PATRICIAN BROS. AND OR- I PHANAGE FUNDS. A fancy fair that should, judging from what we have seen of it, prove special ly attractive to the public, was opened in the Masonic Hall 011 Saturday night. The proceeds are to be devoted to tho Patrician Brothers School building fund in thn nrnitmiarA fund. The au thorities have decided to erert a sub stantial two-storied school that will be in keeping with the other buildings 011 the block, and tho ladies, in arranging this bazaar, have hit upon an effective method of calling for active sympathy from those who should be interested in the education of their children in the school. The Orphanage fund will re ceive its share of the profits of tho venture. The bazaar itself presents some attrac - . ? ? ? +Vn tive ieatures in wnat maj uc ...w general 'get up.' Just inside the doors are two imposing stalls, one on eithei; side named respectively, 'The Feder al,' and 'The Commonwealth.' The former iB In charge of Mcsdames Cane, ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Cable News. London, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

General Cable News, London, January' 23. I President Ifortsevelt lias forwarded to ' Congress .tlie General Staffs'' ' recom- mendat:: !k- 1'or tort Ideations for San Pedro, California. 1:11 th6 ground that it would otherwise be' impossible to prevent an. Oriental Power,' withiir 'a mon'titu of hostilities ' developing,' ''landing 100,000 men at Los Angeies,' ali'd 200,000 within two months. 'The War' 'department de clares that the project has no connec tion with the recent Japanese troubles. -Mr. W. R. Hearst demands that the American Fleet should return -to the Pacific since complications are develop ing which threaten war. The New York corespondent of the 'Time's' 'declares that 'Frisco's wanton mischief-making wa3 dictated solely for local party pur poses, since , considerably imbre Japanese are leaving the' United Stated than ar-i riving,- .. . . ''' The burstiiig of' a dam flooded the, Witwatersrand Minfe, Joiianneshurg,' and drowned 10 whites and 150 datives. Owing to frost a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

The Victorian Government ecoloRis1 regards the Powletl River coalfield dis coTcry as the greatest made for 25 years.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Reply to Mr. Wade's Critics. DISTORTERS OF FACT ANSWERED. BY A FEDERAL MINISTER. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

? Reply to Mr. Wade's Critics. DISTORTERS OF FACT ANSWERED. . BY; A FEDERAL MINISTER. Sydney, Sunday. ' In tho speeches at the luncheon In connection with the trial trip of tihe Federal trawler, Endeavour, yesterday, the, question of Federal and Statu re :. let ions cropped up. The Minister for Home 'Affairs, Mr. Mahon, said that during the timo Mr. Wf.de had been in office he had shown a great desire to work harmoniously distinct change in what -he might call the diplomatic relations between New South Wales and the Federal Govern ment sinco Mr. Wade had taken up th j icins. As a Minister, ho (Mr. Mahon) alleys would he glad to see No-r Soutli: Wales and Victoria sbow'.*g a .disposition to recognise the new Nation al Government, and to work in harmony with those in charge of national af fairs.., , He thought that every trite Australian and patriot would desire it. The (Federal Government had their own -difficulties, and no trouble should be .made for them gratuitously. One iyas. ith...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

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

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Billiards. LINDRUM v. GRAY. Melbourne, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

Billiards. LINE RDM v. GRAY. Melbourne, Sunday. There was a large attendance at the evening session of the billiard match be tween Lindrum and Gray. The latter on several visits to the table,but Lindrum, 'was out of form,and broke bown badly with capital all-round play, including screw hazards and pull back cannons, contributed 107, then 67, and 75. Gray failed again, and Lindrum compiled 221. Gray made 32 and. then collaped on a difficult cannon. Lindrum wound up the session with go unfinished, the scores being Lindrum (in play) 8005 ; Gray, 6918. Matches are being arranged between young Lindrum and' Fred. Weiss, the Australian professional champion.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS. Mr. Miller is in receipt of tho follow ing circular from tho Railway Commis sioners' Office: — 'Witihj reference to your letter of the 15th inst., enclosing [ communication from Mr. R. M. Lindsay, | secretary of the Bathurst Turf Club, relative to accommodation on trains run ning towards Bathurst on the occasion of the races of the 2Gth and 27th inst., I am directed to inform you that the matter has had consideration. In reply I am to say that arrangements are be ing made for the express goods train leaving Eskbank at 10.9 a.m., and the up-day passenger from Dubbo at 7.5 a.m., to be strengthened as necessity dimands 011 the days mentioned, and the District Superintendent will be in structed to sec that the best practicable arrangements are made. With reference to the statement that last year 50 people were left behind at Orange, I am to say that there is no record that such- was the case. Tho Departmental reports in dicated that ' the train ari'angemeiits in conn...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE MOST MUSICAL COUNTRY." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

'THE MOST MUSICAL COUNTRY.' At the Balmain Eisteddfod, on Fri day, Mr. Treane, the adjudicator in the vocal and instrumental competitions, said that he had been acting in a sim ilar capacity in England for the past 17 or 18 years. ' He had not been long | in this country, but he had been en abled to visit South Australia, Queens land, and New Soutlli Wales, and he had heard a, great deal of music ' in each State. From what he had seen and heard he had no hesitation in 6aying that 'Yours is the musical country, and I am delighted to say so.' Not only were the people lovers of music, (but they were able to appreciate the highest class of music; and the musical work_ generally that was going on out here was of a very highi order. j

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DESTRUCTION OF SPARROWS BY THE INTRODUCTION OF OWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

DESTRUCTION OF SPARROWS BY THE INTRODUCTION, OF OWLS. ('Agricultural Gazette.') A few months, ago tlie Secretary of the Old , Junes. Progress Association asked for information as to the best methods of destroying sparrows, aud 1 ef erred to. the, statement that owls were reported to have been introduced suc cessfully for this purpose into South Australia. Mr. Musson, of tho Hawkes bury College, pointed out that in tills State the hawk, tho butcher biyd, and tho crow were destroying sparrows to some extent, and that owls had been imported into New Zealand with the same object. Tho South-.. Australian Agriculture Department reported that they lhad no experience in the matter, but from in formation received there -seemed to be no doubt that jowls materially assisted in keeping down tho sparrows. Tlie New Zealand Department, in re Ply to our enquiry, stated that about three years ago the Otago Acclimati zation Society made two importations of a spocios of owl known as Carene noctua, a n...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

WESTERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. The programme has been issued for the ,21st annual prize meeting in con nection with the Western Rifle Associa tion, which is fixed for March 17, IS, 19 and: 20. - Tlie' prizes offered aggregate £600 in addition to which the Cadet 'Challenge . Shield and Cutler Cup will be shot for: -The prizes offered are: A Series: . The President's, The Machat tie, The i Ladies, and Champion Aggre gate, £180; B Series: The Bates, Tho 1 Hicks, Tho Goldrick, The Wright, Tho Dudley Aggregate, £180; C Series: The Rawson, The Kenny, The Miller, The Carr Aggregate, £120; D Series: The Hutton, The Sharpshooters', The Ser vice Aggregate, £100; The Milton Shield, £20.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

Tho information may he very satis factory from one point ot view, but, as both Mr, Musson, of the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, and Mr. Ethcr Idge, of the Australian' Museum, point out, the introduction of foreign birds and animals is attended with consider able danger in other directions. There is 11'ot only the possibility (that wei might he importing what might develop into another pest, but ttiat the further destruction of our native birds might result in an additional increase o£ in sect pests. !..'?!

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

THE WEATHER. During the 24 hours ending 9 a.m. on Saturday light falls of rain were record ed as follows: Bathurst 9, Rockley 9, Tuena G, Trunkey 7, Blayney 5, Dubbo 7. Forbes 4, Hill End 32, Nyngan 3, Parlces 2, Mudgee 4, Wellington 16, Co llar 7. The latest forecast seems to brighten Anniversary Day prospects. It reads: Cool and r.lotidv cener.nllv with showers chiefly over the northern and eastern part of the State; south west winds blowing fresh and squally along the coast with rough seas; finer inland by Monday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 25 January 1909

,mc gnihurat JUgus. MONDAY, JANUARY as, 1 90^''

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