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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

Great Summer Sale WEB B~& CO 'S BARGAINS IN DRESSES, Cheapest Goods in Dress Materials ' ? ' EVER OFFERED^ SEE THE GOODS at 4^d, 6-^d, 7%d, gj-d, and' hJSp'e'r yard SEE THE GOODS at 1/-, 1/3, 1/6, aud i/^peryard;'-' '? Bargains in Silks - - 2oin. Jap Silks, all colors, special .lot,. reduced to 6-:Jd yard ^ : Colored and Cream Silks. reduced to.i/-, .1/3') 1/6, ^and 1/11 yard. Bargains in Dress Kemmants^ ALL MARKED AT .CLEARING PRICES, ! ,. . Bargains in Gloves - - ' Colored and Black Kid Glovefe at 1/6, i/g,- 2/6, ;2/u,- and 3/6 Fab'rie Gloves, reduced to 6dj.gd, and 1 /- 1 * .. . COLORED RIBBONS, reduced to i/-, i/ir perdoz.; 3^-d a'nd 6d jard BELTS aad NECKWEAR at Reduced Prices Bargains in Cotton Dresses - Muslins and Voilles, &c., 2/11, 3/1 1, 5/ii^dozen Fancy Ground Prints, 4/1 1 per dozen French Voilles, 7/n and p/ir dozen. ?- Bargains in Ghent's Shirts - - Tennis Shirts, i/g, i/n, 2/6, and 1/11 each Kegatta Shirts, 3/9,-3/11, and 4/3 each.. PARIS TIES, 6dj 9d...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

\X7'ANTED, a Married Couple. Man to IT garden and generally useful ; Wife to do the washing. Address ' M.A.T.,' ' Argus ' Officc, ? WANTED, a YOUNG GIRL ias Child ren'8 Maid, and to assist with house woik. Apply Mrs. BROOKE MOORE, William-street. COMPANY RIFLE CLUB. Annual Meeting TO-NIGHT, at Drill Hall, at 8 p m. '* MUSIO.— MISS D. MAKEPEACE has rc ? sumod Piaiio Tuition. Terms on ap plication. 237 GEORGE-STREET. RETURN THANKS^ MR. and MRS. CHARLES GOLSBY and FAMILY desiro to return their heart felt thanks to their numerous friends .for telegrams, curds, -letters, and expressions of sympathy, during tlioir recent sad borcavo | incut. Bathurst Musical & Literary Association. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the above has been FURTHElt POSTPONED, and will be held at BeaviB Bros. Rooms, Howick-strcet, on MONDAY NEXT, at 8 p.m. A. GARTRELL, Hen. Sec. BaflrarstA. H. &P, Association THE Meeting announced for tho Town] '' Hall To-morrow (Friday) Afternoon,' to'cohfer with the Undor ...

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A MINE EXPLOSION. London, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

- A MINE EXPLOSION. , . London,: January 27. I An explosion iu the Boswell Coal Mine Somerset County, Pennsylvania, U.S., killed three miners. 'A subsequent fall of earth entombed a rescue party of 50. Later . The entombed rescuers number 22, and not 50 as previously cabled. It is believed they Jiave all perished since j subsequent to their disappearance par tis have . been unablo to penetrate the mine owing to the presence of fire damp.

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LORD NORTHCOTE'S NEXT POSITION. London, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

LORD NORTHCOTE'S NEXT POS1 ?TION. 1 ' London, January 27.' ? It is rumored in . Canada that Lord Northcote will succeed Earl . Grey as Governor-General. ' ?

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LONDON WOOL SALES. London, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

. 1 LONDON WOOL SALES. London, January 27. At the wool sales last evening, cross breds wore firm, but merinos -displayed] u weakening tenflency. , - !

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The Australian Footballers. LEAGUER'S PLAY A DRAW. London, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

The Australian Footballers. LEAGUER'S PLAY A DRAW. London, January 27. The Australian League team and Keightey played a draw, each side scor ing a goal and two tries. , The home team had the advantage at the outset. The ground was hard. The Leaguers missed some fine chances. In the se cond haif the Keighley backs played surprisingly well, but later the. visitors introduced some strong forward work.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Broken Hill Trouble. THE RIOT CHARGES. TOM MANN COMMITTED. OBJECTS TO BEING GAGGED. Broken Hill, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

The Broken Hill Trouble.. THE RIOT CHARGES. .TOM MANN COMMITTED. OBJECTS TO BEING GAGGED ... Broken Hill, Wednesday! The hearing of the charges of rioting against Tom Mann and 27 others was resumed at Broken Hill Police Court this morning. When .the Court opened the Magistrate [aniibunc ec; that 23 of the defendants would be dismissed from the cliargo of rioting and would be dealt with, summarily' un- der the minor charges. The otlrer fivo defendants, Mann, Gray, May, Robinson and Stokes would have to answer ' the charges of rioting. The court was j crowded, many women being in the audience, while a large crowd was gathered outside. The magistrate said he wished to re call one or two witnesses to ask a few questions. Constable Robertson, ques tioned by the Bench, said that he did not arrest Byrne, but saw the assault Constable Brook said that he and Constable Longworthy arrested Byrne. Witness first saw him near the Australian Club Hotel. It was then that he struck the constable. Ma...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OPIUM SMUGGLING. BIG CUSTOMS SEIZURE. Sydney, Wednesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

f:\ OPIUM SMUGGLING. ...' ;T' ': .BIG CUSTOMS SEIZURE. ? Sydney, Wednesday night. This afternoon the movements of aj Chinaman on board a steam launch out Bide the Heads excited the suspicions of ?tho Customs officials. -On searchine the boat thev found be tween GOO and 700 tons of opium. The Chinaman had ii8 pounds 'uplbn' his fcrson. -Ho was arrested, as was also ?he European engineer. Tliey have 'fceen charged with being in illegal pos session of a quantity of smuggled ?Opium.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

WHY SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT superior to any ojliftr cucalvDtus product? Because it in the result of full experience and of a special and careful proccHs of manufacture, aud tho danger attending '10 uso of tlie irresponsible preparations which are now palmed off an .'Extracts ' are avoided. A death was iscently roported from the use of ono of these concoctions, and at an action at law, a sworn witness testified that, he suffered tlie mos: cruel irritation from the application to an ulcer of amother, which was sold as ' just as good aB SANDER'S EXTRACT.' There fore, beware of such docoption. Rememberr that in medicine a drop that euros is battot than a tablespoonful that kills, and insist upon tho preparation which was proved by experts at the Supreme Court of Victoria and by numerous authorities during tho last years to be a product of genuine merit; viz., THl* GENUINE SANDER AND SONS' PURF VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX TRACT. F. Heiirnc, Chemist, William stree...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RE-APPEARANCE OF PLAGUE. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

RE-APPEARANCE OP PLAGUE. Sydney, Wednesday. The health authorities report the dis covery of a plague Infected rat at Darl ing Harbor.

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GERMANY AND THE PACIFIC. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

.. GERMANY. AN.D THE PACIFIC. Sydney,. Wednesday. A telegram from Auckland states that jthe statements contained in the cable message published today, to the effect that Germany is fortifying in New .Gui nea, are flatly , denied by the German Consul-General for Australia.

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A SAVAGE SUSPECT. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

A SAVAGE SUSPECT Sydney, Wednesday. At an early hour this morning a con stable noticed a man at Newtown behav ing in a suspicious manner. As he moved iu his direction the suspect fled. The constable gave chase and overtook 3iim. In tie struggle which followed, the man nearly bit the top on uiu constable's finger, aud bavagely as eaulted him in other ways. The police man afterwards had to go to the. hos pital for treatment.

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THE REGENT-STREET SENSATION. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

JTHE REGENT-STREET SENSATION. Sydney, Wednesday. It transpires that the man who strugrj Sled desperately with the police ou Monday night in Regent-street, and who managed to escape by leaping 14 feet on to an asphalted yard double hand culled, managed to free one hand before making his dash for liberty. He is still Bt large, hut the police expect that lie, Kvin give himself up during to-day. |

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MORPHIA AND THE TOOTHACHE. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

MORPHIA AND THE TOOTHACHE. Sydney, Wednesday. It appears from the evidence given at the inquest on Frederick Fairburn, the young draftsman, who was found dead 5n bed on New Year's eve with cotton wool in his mouth, that he had been Rising morphia for the relief of tooth ache, aud that an overdose toad been fital.

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HUNTING DOWN FORTUNE TELLERS. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

? i HUNTING DOWN FORTUNE j TELLERS. 1 Melbourne, Wednesday. The police are conducting a vigorous Campaign against palmists, astrologers, Etc., and yesterday secured their first Conviction, one Mrs. Turner, being iln Ed £10 for pretending to tell fortunes fcy clairvoyance.

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A GIRL'S SILLY PRANK. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 28 January 1909

! A GIRL'S SILLY PRANK.. Sydney, Wedaasdav. ' The North Sydney police spent con siderable time last night investigating what was apparently a serious burglary; hut it was subsequently ascertained that the whole affair was caused, by the senseless prank of the daughter.' of the ihouse, who, for a joke, turned ' every thing upside down during her parents' absence. She effectually led them to Suppose that the house lrad been entered (by thieves. Nothing however, was ^ found to be missing and the 'joke' wasi fcvcaled.

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Newcastle Coalfields. TROUBLE BREWING. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

Newcastle Coalfields. I TKOUBLE brewing. Sydney, Thursdav. I rouble is brewing at several of the callieries in the Newcastle District especi. i.y at WalJsend, where a special' meeting is to be held to night. j The Federation Executive's Meeiinc I tO-(Jnv Irn 'xsarMp/* i ? ?.. . I , i.iipujwHH- uusiness in connection with the Special Mining ^ There is uneasy feeling throughout the district. Mr- Bowling has resigned his position »?»», ucmuci ox tne special Court. . The Miners Executive this afternoon ignored the owners' inquiry as to whether they intended that the Court should continue. The owners were anxious 'hat thp fni.rf ? ? ? 1 .. . ...iuuiu uuiumue, ana it is tno-jgbt that the ignoring of their ques tion makes, the situation somewhat! sericus ' Fears are entertained' for a general strike during ihe next couple of months. I

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Commercial. SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

Commercial. SUbSlSX-STRVRT PRICES. Sydney, Thursday. 10d t0 ?s'lld mS:£gSjd'Py , TcIIer'' . £9 53 J -nntryl perton?®'1' bWn a'd Po!latcI' N.S.W., £cl ?DiU U, 3iO. Pollard. £B. Maize, Victorian, 4s 8d to 4k 0/1 . n„„„„ [iiid, 4s fid to 4s 7d ; local grades, 4s' to 4s 7rt~ sou.h African, 4s fld ; islmids, 4s 9d. ' | Jiarlev. f.'.-inn d» *nA»oA- ?' I Onte, Tasmnniau, 2s 9d to 2a mr7 . w„„ 28 !W; Wheat, Now South Wales iiVliino- «= )nJ to ds io.jd : some sellers asked 3s Ud to' 4s ? new Manitoba, N.S.W. crown ,1 1. .1 ri . ' U ^|Chff kchea/' Smn' Iots' 3s to 4s- : S vw : Australian, prime. M 15r ? Victorian, £i to £4 5a. ' '? 108 * (Jatcn Jiay, Victorian, £5. j .Derrick straw, Tasmanian, £2 17s fid I Lucerne h»v A!a'Vi' I £4 5s ; brown sweated j* £4. Rivers,. ifiS; Tasmnni,,,, icuaamH, ; wtnteskina, £4/ I Onions, Victorian, £7 . * ? mrrli. pi, 88s to 90a. ^ .quality and special brands, sides, 9fd to ^ V !to 10M; middles', iCdto^d.' fl,tche8' ,,.dn.I.lV!.° ,°0V?rS. 13d to lid : 'V/fU CO ...

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The King's Colours for Cadets. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

The King's Colours for Cadets. _ Melbourne, Thursdav. I Ihe Countess of Dudley recently ex pressed ^ her desire to work and present 1 a Kings and regimental colour to the senior cadets in each State of the Commonwealth, to be competed for annuo iy_ Lady Dudley's wish was that the colours should.be held for a year by a battalion of senior radets certified by the commandant of each state to be the most efficient. The Defence De partment has, therefore, adopted rules tor the comnpfitinn. Tkc |u ? ? ? ?* ?***?? wiuuia .will | be competed for annually,, and district commandants will furnish to headquarters °' ctober 3 rst of each year a return of ad ?i'jruor. cadet battalions which have competed, with their decision as to the , c''cu-nc oattalion. The award is drill 'ril -T thec fj'ldardl attained in drill,, discipline, '. field exercises, general turnout, and muskpn-v. ah . I cept musketry will be judged ' on the he year' Vi? batt£'i0n. throu8houl tne year. J he presentation of the ?col...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

WHY' SANDKH.& SONS' PURI? VDrA-rrrw EUCALYPTI EXTRACT m.ponw l ' ' ojhor eucalvntut) product P Bcdshbo if - 'l',ly result ot lull experience and of n j curoful procc«s of mBnnfncturo, and ti danger attending tho Use 0f the e prepamtions winch nro now pnlmed off 'Extracts' nro avoided. A dmith , recently reported from tho ueo of 0110 of tl o's'c concoctions, and at uu action nt law a I witness testified that lie suifered cruel irritation from tho nnnl.Vnt; ? e.mo35| ulcer of another, which was sold us ' good as SANDER'S EXTRACT ' J'h f ore, bewnro of audi deception, a'cmnm hZt that in medicine a drop timt cures Is than (i tiibiespoonful that iulle 'uid ^nsiB upon -he preparation which was nrovod fv experts nt the Supreme Court of Victorfn nnrt by numerous authorities during the laJ £ yenra to bo a product of Kenumr- ittrlt tw TBI t GENUINK SANllKIt AND 'snv«' PURF VOLATILE EUCALYPTr TRACT. F. Hearne, Ohomiet Wii./ street Bathurct 1 '

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