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VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Melbourne, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. . Melbourne, Sunday, A hot north wind ble»v yesterday, making the weather conditions unpleas ant. The wicket was good, M'Alister aud Ransford resumed bat ting with 42 each for the Victorians, who had lost three wickets for 113. Rans ford started by a hit to the fence of R Hill, and reached 50 with a cover hit to the fence off. O'Connor. It took him just over two hours to knock up the half century, and at the lunch adjournment this had increased to 96. He continued his innings until the tea adjournment, his score standing at 159.^ v The innings closed for 348'. When play ceascd for the day, South Australia in their second innings had scored 34 without the loss of a wicket. The Governor-General and the Vic torian Governor were guests of the Vic torian .Cricket Associarion during the lunch. Lord Dudley said that in his opinion not sufficient was done to en. courage professional cricket in Australia. He, thought the leading clubs were rich enough to do it. S...

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CRICKET. INTERSTATE MATCHES. QUEENSLAND v. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

CRICKET. INTERSTATE MATCHES. QUEENSLAND v. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Sunday. When the second day s play in the match between Queensland and New South Wales was begun at the Sydney Crickel Ground yesterday afternoon, the attendance was only small. The weather was warm, but the breeze made matters pleasant for those in the pavilion. The Queenslanders, who had lost two wickets for 24, continued their first innings, Hartigan (ii), and Thomson. (1), being the not out men. As the batsmen went to the wicket there was more than the usual applause, and it was taken as an appreciation of Harti igan's selection as a member of- the | Australian team for England. Scores : — New South Wales, first innings, 256. i-Queensland, 265, J. Thomson (68), C, E. Simpson (68 not out), W. Hayes (52), .R. Hartigan (26). New South Wales, in their second in nings, made 94. for the loss of three wickets. Bubb, not out 52.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

I You will pay just as much for a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as for anyi or. the other medicines, but you save money in buying it. The saving is in what you get, not what you pay. Tho sure-to-cure you quality is in every bottle of this icinedjyiind you get good results when you lake it Buying cough medicine is an im portant matter. Neglccteil colds cften de i velop serious conditions, and when you buy [ a cough medicine you want to be sure you are getting one that will : cure your cold. When you buy Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy you take 110 chances. It always cures, for sale by L. Edgley and Co.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. ?The following is the business paper for the ordinary meeting next Wednes day: To consider correspondence; to deal witbi servants' reports; to receive and adept Finance Committee's report; to recej.ve and adopt Health Commit tee's re.-port. , 'Alderman Beavls to move: (1) That a' stoue and cement crossing ue made in Kowick-street, over the .Vale Creek, at a probable cost o'f £30. (2). That a gas lamp be erected over tho cross ing, at a probable cost of £.5. Alderman James to move: .That a fence be erected on the northern side of the Jordan Creek, from the HoV'lck street bridge, along the dangerous ps.'vrt of tho cre'elc, at a probable cost of £.3 ___j: ;? ? i V A boy named Roy Gerrard was drowned at Narrandera while batbiDg in i the Murrumbidgee River.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

I y@isr Infant .Mill TSirhres f 3 NEAVE'S FOOD is a PERFECTLY SAFE FOOD lot the most '? 3 delicate child, i! used according to the directions given. It assists i teething, is a valuable bone-former, relieves constipation, and is a 1 j complete diet tor Infants. | Neaves Food i i ii n «?? u Opottki, JVitu Zealand. ffuy 25th, 1^05. * S , year otrs, — I enchse a photo of our youngest child, Ronald, who is three and , 2 §§ tt-haff years old. He was an extremely (ielicate child, only weighing three pounds ! Ba o/ oiri/j. H e was very ill, and though tv4 tried most patent foods, they only kept a EsJ fum anviand he never seemed to improve. At ten months tve put hint on Nepve's | 83 rood, and tn a month hi trj*-ime quite fat. He is wyjt quite a sturdy specimen, e g and very strong, 'Yours truly, LUCY K. KIRK. \ ' m Messrs. Josiah R, Neave' -*? r* o.t'Pordingbridgey England-' j || Manufacturers I Joslali R, Neave & Co,, Fordingbrldge, England# I || Purveyors by Special Appointment to...

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Correspondence. STREET TRAFFIC. (To the Editor of the "Argus.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

Correspondence. STREET TRAFFIC. V (To the Editor of the 'Argus.') Sir, — It is time that steps were tar ken by those in authority to regulate the traffic in ' Howlck. and George streets, between William and Russell streets, on Saturday nights. Those, like myself, whose business compels them to drive in this part of tlie city, do so under exceedingly trying circum stances, caused by the pedestrians, who literally monopolise the roadway, leaving the footpaths practically de serted. The trouble is not with those on business bent, but with the innu merable small groups of gossipers, who seem to regard the approach) 'St a vehicle as an intrusion, as, when the people are requested to move, the dri ver is subjected to' indignity. Surely, sir— if there is not room on the foot paths, and the people' must walk on the roadway— a space' somewhere In the street could T-e allotted to 'veSieu- 1 lav traffic. In other towns, *'tH3 — peo- ple seem to realise' that the footpaths were made tfor pedest...

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A LOVER'S SECRET. CHAPTER XXXV. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

k LOYER'S SECRET.' CHAPTER XXXV. fj:t 'Wait, gentlemen,'' he blandly re ?j J marked to Heathcote's captors; I'll ; S aiibwcr for him for a few moments.' - j!:| 'Do you thlnlc I am mad 7' Heatli ?j - cote demanded. . 1 1 4, ' Your braiii 'is somewhat certainly it: -: affected. .You'll be all 'right in a little ; | « tune, 1 dare' say,' the .'doctor said i; 'Ijl soothingly. '.'You'll receive tho kindest ^9 care where you are going, I assure you, 1 fj'ji. and if you. don't make much trouble, [:;!v kinder than; that.' . i ' I won't go.' ? i -;/i| ' You cannot help v yourself,' the doctor said' .quite unmoved. 'Every- 1 , , thing has been done legally. Every body knows me, almost. Nobody yfj' would dare interfere. If you go quietly 4 ' -ou will be treated goutly; it you resist, «,«???? you will be treated .very roughly.' -, ' And how about . that woman there, i( who ought to be under arrest for her husband's murder this ImomenL You know she' is only doing this to prevent me testifying ag...

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WARWICK FARM RACES. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

WARW10K FARM: RAGES. '' Sydney, Sunday. 1 he holiday meeting of the Warwick Farm Racing Club was held yesterday afternoon. There was a good attend ance. Results:— Holiday Handicap, i mile.— Speci- men, 6st i2lb, i ; Indicia, 7,10, 2 ; Tra jectory, 7.8, 3. Time, imin. 42^sec. Farm Stakes, 6 furlongs.— Berber, 7.10, ij Boomey, 8, 2 j Metal King, 9-5i 3- ? Time, imin. i5sec. Nursery Handicap, 5 furlongs.— Chlorite, 79, 1 ; Acrospire, 8.8, 2 ; Doon Lassie, 7, 3. Time, imin. 3^sec. Liverpool Mile, 1 mile. -Metal King, 8.7, 1; Status, 7.7. 2: Sweet Home. S-7, 3. Time xmin. 44sec. Warwick Handicap, i^mile. — Wel- come Trist, 9.3 including 71b penalty, 1 ; Wee Laddie, 8.1, z ; Mi San, 6.7, 3. ( Other starters : Pharos, 9.7, Metallist 7.9, Indicia 7.7, Hildebook 6.11. j Betting: 7 to 4 against Welcome Trist, 5 to 2 Wee Laddie, 6 to 1 Indicia, 10 to 1 others. Mi San and Hildebrook had a 10 lengths lengths lead at the six furlong post, followed by Welcome Trist, Wee Laddie, and Indicia, with M...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

?A disastrous bush (Ire is raging on the Blue Mountains in the vicinity of Went worih Falls. It is burning in several parts of the National Pass and Prince Regent's Glen, and is working round to the Valley of the Waters. Den Fen ella is completely burned out. The; utidercliff path is unsafe for visitors.1 Several cottages in the village had very narrow escapes,

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SPORTING. THE TURF. ORANGE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

SPORTING. THE TURF. ORANGE RACES. The new year meeting of the Orange Jockey Club was brought to a conclu sion on Saturday, aud, despite' most oppressive weather, the attendance was splendid, and the meeting will result in a big profit. The' number of book makers was increased on Saturday by reinforcements from Sydney, but back ers of horses finished up with an ad vantage. The field's were' good, and the racing interesting, but the meet ing didn't pass over without trouble, the Towac Handicap possessing ? fea tures akin to the famous Sea Dog case, for the winner, (Mely'ra, starting at 2 to 1) weighed in 21b. short. Af ter inquiry, the race was awarded to M.IC, but after the red flag had 'Been hoisted, and the books had started to pay out, a notice was placed on the, board to the effect that the' matter had not been definitely settled, but ul timately this was withdrawn, and backers of M.IC. were paid. The mat ter was further considered on Saturday night, but the result is not yet to ...

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The New Year. HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, KELSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

I The New Year. l-IOLY TRINITY CHURCH, KELSO,. : Preaching at Kelso yesterday- morn ing on tho outlook for the New.' Year, Archdeacon Oalces said: 'Standing' on the vantage ground .of the first Sun day in the new year, we try to real ise our relation to the various happen ings which surround us. The world's press is as a vast mirror, which reflects what is taking place in the world at large, and we- are. bound to ask our- 1 selves how these doings affect us. The | first view that meets our sight is one I of devastation -.and-, death.. »? ,lt is so liar distant that it is difficult for uS | to take' in' all its dreadful detaifs-i and yet it is so gigantic in its proportions I as to make it imperative that our at teuton should be directed to it. The earthquake and tidal wave on the South-W^at,- coast, of , Italy, and in the adjoining island' of Sicily, is probably one of the -most' terrible.;. eatastrophes; that the' history of the world records, and lo-dny our prayers must ?ascend to...

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GIBBS AND BEEMAN, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

GIBBS AND BEEMAN, LTD. The return visit to Bathurst of Gibb and Befm-\n, consulting Opticians of 6 Hunter-street, Sydney, will be made on Monday, January 4th, at the Park J ? Hotel, from io a.m. to 6 p.m. Messrs. j Gibij and Bkeman, who are well-known I as sight-testing experts, will continue to visit Bathurst every few weeks, and may be consulted on all cases of defective eye sight needing correctly adapted glasses All sufferers' from any eye troubles should consult, this well-known and reli able firm. One of the Principals personally visits Bathurst. Next visit anuary 4th.*

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THE MESSINA EARTHQUAKE. DAMAGES ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY MILLIONS. SPLENDID DISPLAY OF LIBERALITY. NATIONAL RELIEF FUND, London, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

THE MESSINa EARTHQUAKE. DAMAGES ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY MILLIONS. SPLENDID DISPLAY OF LIBER . ALITY. national'relief FUND, i London, January 2. The total loss of life by the carth at Calabria and Sicily, is still a mat ter of speculation. . It is, however, officially reported that more than half the population on both' side's of the Straits of Messina have perished. A tidal wave on Monday engulfed two trains full of passengers that were leaving Reggio. King Emmanuel has sent a telegram to the Italian Premier to the follow; ing effect, 'Send still more ships, above all sent ships laden with quick lime.' It is feared there will be ah outbreak of pestilence unless the sur vivors' are speedily removed from 'he scene of the disaster. All Italy is co-bperating in the movement organised for meeting the distress and poverty. Arrangements for affording relief are splendid. The call for financial aid has met with a munificent response. New York ha.s already subscribed £40,000, San Francisco £1...

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Ogg's Weather Forecast. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

I Ogg's Weather Forecast. J i The following 'seasonable remarks',' | published by Mr. J. Cumming Ogg, of j Now Farm, Brisbane, will be read with interest: Perusing the' detailed forecasts for first half of next year, one might well label them 'very eccentric.' Now, we pride ourselves with living in an age of much learning, and our world abounds with universities. Minds of great genius pre still investigating deeply matters pertaining to astronomy any meteorology, while there is quite an army of heavily degreed gentlemen scattered all over the globe. Is it possible a unit of this army, only one could. be found who would kindly in-, form us what screw or bolts have be come displaced in this stupendous i piece of Nature's machinery. What prime factor IB operating to .'clause nil tho irroe-nlnrlHos fhnt hnvp' rpremt ly, and are anticipated to occur next half-year? If so, the author would be very glad to make his acquaintance. Verily, we' are compelled at this stage to content ourselves ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

; ' TO CURE INDIGESTION And Stomach. Troubles, it is necessary to take after meals some harmless pre paration ? which .will supply the na tural '.digestive fluids which trery weak stomach lacks. And the best pre paration of this character is Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabules, wftlch contain natural digestants which nature requires- for prompt digestion. One or two taken after meals will prevent souring, fermentation, and acidity, and ensiire complete digestion and assimi lation. .Obtainable, at Mockler Bros., George-street, : Bathurst; 12. Morgan, Burraga.* Weakened Vitality Impoverished Blood |prp%^ Read what Ayer's isfe sllll Sarsaparilla did ^or a we^'known- \ S. vk\!i missionary, i \ -Mylj! who writes : J I 'I was for many years k '? a sufferer from boils and' V/' othor eruptions of a liko y nature, caused by tho impovcr ' ishod state of my blood. My appetite was poor and nty system a good deal run down. Knowing the value of .AYER'S Sarsaparilla by observation of the good it had ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

PERFECT DIGESTION MEANS tlliK FECT HEALTH. A good stomach. keeps every part ot the body in perfect condition, and Disease cannot break in. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are a natural rem edy for all disorders aud weaknesses of the stomach. They possess exactly the same properties as the gastric jui ces and other digestive fluids of the ' stomach. They actually do the diges tive work of the stomach, and enable that organ to rest, recuperate, and become sound and healthy. They act 111 a mild, natural manner, a,ud cause no disturbance in .the dlgestlv/) Jor-- gans. They prevent any fermentation of the food, which causes sour stom ach. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules instil health into every part of the I human butlv. They compel perfect di gestion of the food and perfect as similation- of tlie food nutriment. Every organ of the body is kept in repair, and good health iptabessarlrty results. At the same time the stomach, being relieved of its work, gets well and Btroag. Obtainable at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

- MUSIC. I MISS WILLIAMS, A.Mus., S.C.M,, Resumes Tuition THIS WEEK. 17 Manilla- street. 200 Fat and Store Sheep. THIS; 100 GOOD WETHERS 100 STORE EWES and LAMBS. [H. CUTLER & CO., Auctioneers. A Good Start in Life I Better Positions Higher Pay Are Assured by Attending Williams' Business College 156 WILLI AM-ST., (Right Opposite Catholic School) YOUNG MEN and WOMEN, Boys and Girls 1 You aro seriously handicapped without a knowledge of Commercial Sub jects. The College closes for Christmas Vacation on 18th December, an d will Re 'Open on Monday, llth:January. : HUGH GEO. WILLIAMS, F.I.P.S., ; i.o.- -Pmsqi|'A|ii»-;j' The Cry ot the Ohi d ; r Soo-hoo! Boo- hoo! I want to go to BOLTON'S IN KEPPEL-STREET, ^^'Where All the Nice Toys Are MOTHER, be sure you see BOLTON'S first. Everyone says his Toys are nice, aud they're Cheap too. There's nice Dolls, Prams, Go-carts, Bats, Balls, and a host of Mechanical Toys, which make you laugh, and amuse you. And Mother, there's eucIi nice Gla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

' TERRIBLE FATE. It's a terrible fat« to suffer from se rious Lung Trouble. Ward it oft with Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. Pries, 1/6 and 3/ . Obtainable at Mockler Bros., ueorge-st., Bathurst; E. Mor gan, Burraga.* j ? : — . ?

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UNION OF CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

UNION. OF CHURCHES. Spe'alring at a 'welcome home' so cial at Hay during last week, Bishop Anderson, of Riverina, after referring to the Pan-Anglican Congress, said that he believed the' Church of England was pecuially fitted to bring Chris tianity together once more; and one thing which ihad been brought home to those' attending the congress was the great possibility of the Church act ing -as mediator in bringing about the union of Christendom. liey all deplored the moral, physical, and monetary waste caused by disunion in the Church and the multiplicity of sects. To think of union, to talk it, to write about it, was to go some way towards bridging the gulf. In 1808 union (would not have i l^een talkedi about, but in 1908 it was forming it self. The Church of England had an opportunity of being the mediator tho meeting ground of all sects. It was slow work; it must be slow work, but he believed it would come about. ! 1 ?

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Housewives' Mishaps MAKE ZAM-BUK A DAILY NEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 January 1909

Housewives' Mishaps MAKE ZAM-BUK A. DAILY NEED. The mishaps of a housewife are many. She may knock her knuckles whilst dusting, get- burnt while ironing or cooking, scald herself with a kettle-spill or get cut with broken crockery and slips of the table-knife. The housewife who keeps a pot of Zam-Buk Balm on a handy shelf provides against risks. Her choice of Zam-Buk Balm shows that she appreciates the necessity of purity in her healer, as well as the value of sooth ing, healing, and antiseptic properties in combination. ? For the crushed finge.r, : the sprained ankle i'or tiwrist,. 'the cut' scratch, bruise,jburnioirscald-,tbat may. happen., at^ady moment, -cZam-Buk- is! indispensable. .1 ? ? : Miss F. Douglas, :of- Sussex-street, Lower N. Adelaide, writes : ' Out of gratitude for the great benefits I have' derived from Zam-Buk Balm, it gives me great pleasure to send you this testi monial. Some six months ago, while engaged in the kitchen cooking, I had the misfortune to upset a p...

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