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Bathurst Turf Club. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

Bathurst Turf Club. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. Yesterday's trains brought a big con tingent of sporting folk and horses to Bathurst, and the success of the Anni versary meeting to commence to-day is assured. Excellent entries were received for the minor events, and total 150 for 41. a tan rflp.M mi tiln» nroormifime — n.n n.v erage of 15, which is highly satisfactory! indeed. . As there are but two £cratchings in ' the Kilrush and four in the Cup, large' Holds are assured. Most complete ar rangements have been made, and every thing necessary to ensure success has been attended to. Thanks to the rccent rain, the course and surroundings are a picture, and the track proper almost perfection. Having been 'made up' in various nlaces it was not possible to open it to owners, and gallops for the last few mornings have been confined to the tan track. Yesierday in addition to the local horses, Status, Martle, Ben Buckley, Jinnie, Skopore, Latrol, Trent, were worked, and some interesting gal lops w...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

Mr. A'. ' Enrckn'street, Bnllnrnt, 1 Vic., writes : ' Chamberlain's Colic, Oholorn I nud Diarrhcoa Remedy is a tip-top remedy for cramps in tlio stomach, diarrlicoa ond j d', 'sentry. I linvo used it nnd can theiefor .1 atteat to its .merits I never fail to praise Ohamborlain's Colic, Oholora and Diarrlicoa | Remedy whonover an opportunity prosents tself.' For ealo by L. Edglr.y and Co.

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

' IIOMEBUSII STOCK SATES, ' ' 1 Sydney, .Monday. - Buyers' at Ilomebush lo-dny had 38, 799 sheep and latnbs submitted to them. Values for medium sorts were practical ly unaltered, but , all others, wero firmer. ' Sheep:- Wethers 5/ to 15/3; ewes, 7/ to 13/9.. . , | I«imbs: 4/ to 13/. s Cattle: -1S11 yarded. Market somewhat improved. Bullocks £5 to '£10 5s; cows, r£3 l!o £6

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SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. ? . Sydney, Monday. Eighty trucks of produce were offered by auction at the Central Railway Yards ? this morning. Choico chaff realised i/'J lo 5/; prime, 4/2 to '4/1;. medium, .3/9 to 4/1. Choice small bale lucerne hay. 5/;. prime, 4/0 to 4/9; medium, 3/3 to, 3/'J; choice large 4/4 to -4/8; prime 3/11 to 4/1. Prime oaten . rack hay 5/5;-. Second milling wheat 3/10; medium chickwlieat, 3/0% to -3/7%d.:: Cracked maize, 4/2'^d. Al gerian oats, 2/2%. Oaten Hay: G.^Hood. Lyndhurst, G/5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

Mrs. S. Jj. Morrison, IlnmO'ray.sfroot, lallarat, Vic., writes: ?' Both my' mother n i , i ll0..IV nV believers in Chamberlain V ablots. Wo have used tliem for stomach and liver troubles j ? and, have found tliem ?nost oilootive. ;The use 'of most pills is lollowed by 'constipation, but Chamber Ir.ui s = 1'ablot's are so mild: and gentle in , tlroir-;. action, that they leavo no bad ai'toi cttect. For salty by L. llclj;loy tiud Co,

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FAT CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

FAT CATTLE MARKET. ' At the Corporation Saleyards yes terday, 47 fat cattle wore yarded. Me dium bullocks sold at from £7 3s to £7 17s; Inferior, £4 17s to £G 4&; store cowa £3 9s to £3 18s; storo calves] and heifers 9s 6d.jto £1 -7a 6d. Best beef per ,100 lbs, 24s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

SEVERE CASE OF ?' ;IEPMM Right Hand was Worst— Cracks Likft 1 Cuts Developed— Could Not Put Hand in Water— Tried Ail Kinds . of T rfiatments without Avail. SPEEDlLYCURiDBY ' ? ONE SET OF CUTICURA ? ? — 1 f 'I havo tho pleasure of wrltlnt to Jell what » wonderful euro tho Cuticura feemedioa made in o Tery short time. I wraa troubled with & weeping eczemm. My right hand was tho worst. I had ?racks u big -u cuta in it and wtttgry blisters all under tho skin, I tried all kinds o t things until I waa tired. I vent to & doctor and all ho could my ni to use one kind of thing and thon another and to keop my hands out of water. Then I wrote to my mother whom I knew had had ocsema fearfully. Sho wrote and told ms that aha had fcoen completely cured by using tho Saticura Kom&oies, ao she advised mo to try them. I got 6 full «®t. Ths ? drat night my hands were quit® differ ent. I kept ualcg Cuticura for a while and now I can put them in water a a much a » I liko and It m...

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Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

Commercial. ; SUSSEX-STREET PRICES- y--., . .. .. ' Sydney, Monday. ?' ' W'noat, prime, is 9d to 3s lOd; medium, 1 '3s (iid to 3s,7id..-i,,,-'( , . ? 1 Flour. Syduny . roller, £9 as'; country 1 makes, £9. Mill oft'al, bran and ^ pollard,. N.S.W., £6 per ton. ? ' Bran, £5. ,) iJ; - ; Pollard. f 6. ,, Maize, Victorian, 4s 9d ; Queensland, 4s Gd to 4s 7d : local grades, in Od to- 4s 7d; South African, 4s 9d ; islands, 4s 9d. Barley, Capo, 4s to 4s:2d. / Oats, Ta!maninii,.2B lid to 3s; New Zen land, 2s lid to 3s; Algerian, N.S.W., 2s 4d to 2s 7d. . vuiin.t- Won. Kntil* Woloa '*n-11tn»'' lOrl M UVOI'i i'1'' U,IU It OttO ,UiilUU^| UO AUU to 3s lOJjd ; some sellers asked 3s lid to 4s ; new Manitoba, N.S.W. grown, 4s 4d to 4s 5d ; chickwlieat, small lots, 3s 3d to 4s. Chaff : South Australian, prime, £5 ; Vic torian, £4 to i4 5b. Oaten hay, Victorian, £5. Derrick straw, Tasmanian, £2 17s 6d. Lucerne liay, Hunter River, prime greon, £4 us ; brown sweated, £4. Potatoes, Northern Rivers, £3; T...

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Closer Settlement and Irrigation League. MEETING OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

Closer Settlement and Irrigation! League. MEETING OF COMMITTEE. A meeting of tho committee of the Closer Settlement and Irrigation League' was held last night, in tho Town Hall.; The chair was occupied by the Mayor (Alderman V. B. Kenny) and there Was a representative gathering of the com-' mittee. . .. 1 Correspondence. Letters wene read from Mr. J. Miller, , K.L.A., and correspondence which liad , passod between that gantleman anri the Advisory Board from which the follow- j ing extracts have been taken., . Mr. Miller, writing to the Chairman of the Advisory Board, Forbes, 011 De cember 23, 1908, stated: 'Wo have not approached your Board yet, as tlio cir cumstances relating to these limns ato , very different from tho majority of cases in your division, but I have caus ed enquiries to be made at my own ex pense re tho tenants of the Mt. Pleasant Estate and have talked over the matter with the Under Secretary for Lands, who was good enough to give me per mission to communicate wit...

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Local and General. THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

Local and General. THE WEATHER. ' During the 24 hours ended 9 a.m. | yesterday, Blayney.had 15 points oC rain, 1 Hill End 1. and Trunkey 8. For tho rest tho conditions;-,were fine through out. The latest official forecast advises some showers on the?, coast, north- of Sydney with S to E winds; fine with eool to moderate tempatures Inland, with light variable winds.

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Sequel to Tinkettling. A MAN SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

Sequel to Tinkettlirig. A MAN SHOT. It would appear as though the oli and objectionable habit of tin kottlins newly-marriod couples has not yet bo come cxtinct,. but in some or the coun try places still, crowds of young f«l lowH visit the. 'homes of the newly mar ried couples and cause considerable !ui noyance. .It is said— with what amount of truthfulness we cannot vouch that iiv Bome instances these hoodlums are not content to.carry, out, their amuse ment (?) -with, the 'object of getting an hour's fun for ; themselves, but tlhey start out purposely to levy blackmail on their victims; - They expect that, having annoyed and Insulted the people bv making night hideous with the sound of bells, trumpets, etc., that the parties I thus serenaded ? will bribe, them vo quietness by handing over a supply of fiikc and a bottle of whisky,. Too of ten tho people aifected, for tho sake of npnpp. fall into this trap, but occasion oily these intruders' meet a^tartar. Such was tho case 011 Sunday...

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BISHOP CAMIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

BISHOP CAMIDGE. Tho Bishop of Bathurst is returning by the mail steamer Mooltan. Ho has heen to Western Australia for the bene fit of his hoalth, which has suffered through the extra duties placed ou him as Acting Primate of Australia. J ? ? ? - ? ?

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EXECUTIONER'S DELUSION. Melbourne, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

' EXECUTIONER'S' DELUSION. ? i ? ? v. Melbourne, Sunday.. '! William Smithi'the- public executionei, was - at-'- the, City/Cour); y tsterday ^com -mittedito the; Yaria Bend Asylum for the Insane. Jjor weeks Simth liad Jjeen suffering'.£rom the delusion., that an at tempt .was. beiug madefto lay a ci immal charge against him.. He^ belieyed that the- streets were full of .detectives, j)nly ton,':.'rRad'V»:.tOi..n]ace.. tbe,.gyvps on his wrists,- and , cast luni into prison. ' iife complaincd that young gills, weie run ning in front of him and jeering at him, and that others were seeking to encom pass his. rum. Finally he posted to Sergeant O'Donnell a long, wild letter, setting out ih;is complaints. He, intimat- ed that if steps were not taken to pre vent further persecution he would feel 1 justified- in .taking the law into his own I hands and killing, his tormentors. ' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

PERFECT DIGliS'l'lON MEANS PER FECT HEALTH., . 'A' .good -stomach, keeps every part pf . the .body in perfect condition, ani Disease- cannot brealc in. Dr. Sheldon'g Digestive Tabules . are a , natural rem edy' for' 'all ' disorders and weaknesses of the stomach;.. .They possess exactly the .same properties as. the gastric jui ces and* other (digestive r fluids of. tho stomach.; They; 'actually ;do? the diges tive work : of the stomach,: and enable ?that organ ? to/ - rest, recupcrate, and become sound and healthy. They act lii a 'mild', 'natural manner, aud1 cause fno disturbance in 'the' liigesttt'vte (jp ;gans. . They prevent;',ahy: fermentation :o£. the food, which,, onuses, soiir stom ach . . Dr. , Sheldon's Digestive Tabulea instil health m to every (part of tho 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 . OieeessarWy results. At the same time the stomac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

r WOOL iftilET 0 fit*. WHEAT ' Fat ' ' stock /BR0KERS\ ^a^on Salesmen \- ? ^ Ag'ents, REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF SHEEPSKINS, HIDEjif.TAU.CW, RABBIT-SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS. SELLING lfl| PEE'? CENT. CHARGES tf&vm ON WOOL. SELLSP3© BROKERS ©ESLY Offices and Stores i CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. QUICK RETURNS. LIBERAL ADVANCES. 1^' | THE GREAT LIVER TONIC AND | I BLOOD PUR5F1ER. |pBg| I r-T^ 'S | S The Safe Remedy for a — Ladies — A Positive Cure for INDIGESTION. BILLIOUSNESS. J DYSPEPSIA. GOUT & RHEUMATISM. and al! ; KIDNEY TROUBLES. (A purely Vegetable Compound). ] HAS STOOD THE TEST OF so VEARS. | REMOVES URIC ACID. | | r*o?MKTOR «y« S, I5w]£5iE?vi:LiE£^lSi&«, . 1 ^ .j-,, _-.-rUjaj-vTi--TTiT'-'T^*Ty'''tJH'TTn:',lgr,gRtt6'*?,ajria;r'TJi'f'yTW*r ' t 'i A ^ P j* S II It Stands for Wunderlich Metal , j | Ceilings-*-The Safest and Best. s J 'Vfeeeo famous alee) ceUlogfl represent Ihe most modern development to i | y i housebuilding and odd o distinctive charni to Ibe homo ...

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Weather Forecast. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

Wealher Forecast, . JANUARY. 2-lth to 31st, Queensland: Tlio compa ratively cool spelJLis succeeded by a heat wave. High temperatures will be the rule, aud throughout the interior of all three' divisions the heat will bo intense; but later much cloud develops, and cyc lonic disturbances bring about more pleasant conditions, ntTceting coastal districts a few days later. New South Wales: With very littlo abatement the ilieat of previous week hot only continues but becomes intensified, and the interior of both this State and Victoria will bo a veritable oven. Pros pects for good general rains remote^ Dis turbances of a .scattered and unimpor tant nature probable. Nearing closc of this period, the New South Welshman will have lalilude.'to thank a high prat sure system for a. period of r.elief.

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

General News. t ... ? The Minister for Erternal Affairs | slates that the number of Ohinese in the Northern Territory lias, between the years -1897 and 1007, decreased from 54 j females.- to 20, and fronr*2S'14 males t.o .1 2 7-i . .- . ? ? ? in spite of tho Police Offences Act. wl, at appear to be sweep tickets are still being issued in Sydney. It was stated in official circles last night that the police will test the legality of tho now form : of ticket: ? Captain Hold en, a retired Indian ofli cftr, has made a suggestion about, set tling Indian -officers in Australia. It is that- the Government should advance tl-em land' and money to build homes for- -themselves. Then the Govern n: --iii: r should collect their pensions and recoup itself for the money advanced. Now i* tho time to take a holiday, s;et out. into the country, on the mountains, and visit the seashore, but do not, forget to tako a hot, tie of Chamberlain's folic, Choi era. and Diiirrhrea Remedy along with you. It is a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

'At a welcome homo to Dr. Dill' Macky, I on Saturday, it was stated- that tlio pvof 1 graiumo of tlio new Protestant political' ? party ' would be In , the- ; dlroction - pf | Christian Socialism. Dr. Dill' Macky | remarked that tho aialn'planlc iii' connec- j tion with the workers would - he thatj they should be sharers iii'.sonio . dogree | :of the benefits of their ''labor. A' Spcak-l er at the withering said, that.the Labor 1 Party Iiad coine under- the dominanco of the Roman Cathoic ChurcJii,v,and -. what liad to bo done was to make 'it essen tially Protestant. ~ ' ? It is reported fi'Om Orange that! liglit snow tell at CStnoblas on Saturday-night. , Tlie Cricket'1 difficulty, between the Board of Control and the ^-players -has now been ended. Five per. cent., is to be deducted from tilio first £0000, and 12% per cent.' from.tlio balance. ?. All^tlie remainder is to, :bo/ divided amongst the players. ? ... ? Another heavy storm- has ? .'caused ? a good deal of damage 'at Onslow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

WHY- ' V' ? SANDER & . SONS' PUKE VOLATILE EnOALYPTT EXTRACT siiperior'';t.o any o;li&r euealyntas product? Beeauso-it is the result of full experience and of a .special and careful process of manufacture, and ' the danger attending the uso of the irresponsible preparations which are now palmed off an 'IS xtracta ' aro uvoidod. A death' was recently reported from the use of 0110 of these concoctions, and at an actiou ;at law, n sworn witness testified that he suffered thc' mbsi i cruel irritation from the application to - an . ulcer of another, which was ? sold tie ' just, at : good as SANDISU'S lCXTUACr.' Thcio, fore, beware of such deception. Komembcrr that in medicine a drop that cures is botlot, than a tablespoonful that kills, aud insist; upon the preparation which was proved by; experts at the Supreme Court oE Victoria and ' by numerous authorities during tlio last dt). yean to be a product of genuine merit, viz.,j TH 14 GENUINE SANDER AND; SONS'' PURE VOLATILE...

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LABOUR TROUBLES IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 26 January 1909

LABOUR TROUBLES IN CANADA. ?Canada has its own way of dealing 1 wulr Jalior .tnubles sr.ys ih« Melbourne 'Leader',' arid it is said to be a very sue cessful one — so successful, indeed, that the United States is contemplating the compliment of imitation. Tlie act has .been in. operation for only eight or nine months,- but it ihas .been described by competent- authorities, as having accom plished, much in an effective and peace ful manner. The purpose of the mea sure is' not alone to afford a means of the settlement of disputes, but pending that settlement to . prevent any possibil ity of Strike or lock-out. This, if fea sible, would exactly meet the present situation at Broken Hill. It is declared to be unlawful for any employer to' de clare - or ' cause a 'lock-out, or .for any ?employee to go on strike, on account of any dispute, prior to or during a refer ence of such dispute, to a board ,o£;.con ciliation ainT investigation. The penal ties imposed- for breaking this.' provi sion...

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