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

A GREAT LAW SUIT DECIDED. ' The Supreme Court, tho People, have decided that Dr. Sheldon's New Dis covery wins against Coughs, Colds, and Consumption. Price, 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George st., Bathuret; E. Morgan. Burraga.^

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOM MANN RELEASED. NEW CONDITIONS MADE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

- TOM MANN RELEASED.- ^ ?' NEW CONDITIONS MADE. Sydney, Tliui-sday. The Magistrate to-day agreed tcjf amend the condition applying to thq granting of bail to Toui Maun, who AH;as; yesterday committed ''for trial 011 ] a charge of rioting. It was arranged! I uiai ivrann snouiu not take part in the present dispute iu New South Wales, but that-sucli conditions should not ap ply outside that area. Maun signified, that lie agreed to these conditions and ?he was' released 011. bail. , lie will pro bably proceed to Port Pirie where the' men employed by the Proprietary! Company works are out on strike;

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"TURNING DOWN HIS GLASS." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

'TURNING DOWN HIS GLASS.' Mr. Taft, the Pi-esident-elect, liM been turning down his glass at recent banquets (writes the 'Daily TslegrapU New .York correspondent). Sini'ety at AVasbington, has, however, take.i heart, because of an unofficial annou.remeut +.hnnirh Taft. mav have 'sworn off' 'drinking, that does not mean that the White House will be loaded on the water waggon. There has been no tee totaller regime in the President's house since Mrs. Hayes kept wines aud li .quors off the table during the admin istration of her -husband. That was a serious affair, and the capital was glad when it was over. The diplomats dreaded the Hayes' official dinners, and the example had a . subduing effect throughout the official socicty. It was also great for the ' joke-smiths. Since then there has Seen no non-drinking President. Mr. McICinley. confined his 'nips' to glasses of whisky when he 1 was cold or tired, but though he sel dom took any at meals, -he did not bar I liquor from his table. M...

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ATTEMPTS TO ORGANISE GENERAL STRIKE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

ATTEJIPTS TO ORGANISE GENERAL j s , ' ' ' STRIKE. : Sydney, Tliiirsdav. ' . Tire Combined' Unionists are endea vouring to call out 'the locomotive en- I gineers employed by the. Silverton ? iitimway company. They expect that if- they, succeed this will close all the mines 011 the Barrier and so compel the1 directors lo approach the Proprietary Company regarding a settlement, nf «ia dispute. j The proportion 'to swamp the gaol foas fizzled out, only 40 of the i-equii-ed 200 volunteers having agreed to be ar rested. The whole scheme has been sat uiiun uy tue leaders. The Socialistic element is. very active. This morning they wired to their Syd ney brethren that tire capitalistic forces are: being rallied- and that an attempt is^ being mado to import 'scabs.' The communication concludes with a fran tic appeal for a. general strike.

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National Rifle Association. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

National Rifle Association. Sydney, Thursday. ? The forty-ninth annual general meeting ot the National Rifle Asso ciation of New South, Wales was held last night. When moving ' the adoption of the annual report of the council, Lieuteu ti ?.ui although the financial result did not compare quite s*j favourably with that of 'the pie vious year, the work of tho year had been In most cases exceptionally suc cessful. The jubilee meeting of the Association would be held this year, ' . 11..' ? ? :i nuiflrv n nrfilim'l-l . anu liic wiuuut.-.um ,| nary announcement that , the , prize list might amount to £5000. Invitations | had been sent to every British . State, throughout the world, and It was hoped, that some of the distant parts of the] Empire might be represented. The Conucil considered that it was an occa-| ston 011 which tlie Association should make k special . eftort to popularise rifie shooting, and hoped that the incoming ?council would continue the work that had already been comme...

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The Broken Hill Trouble. GAOL SWAMPING FIZZLES OUT. VOLUNTEERS NOT ANXIOUS. FRANTIC APPEALS FOR GENERAL STRIKE. TOM MANN'S BAIL. Broken Hill, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

The Broken Hill Trouble. I GAOL SWAMPING FIZZLES OUT. ?VOLUNTEER^ ANXIOUS.- , '?tt ANTIC APPEALS FOR GENERAL . STRIKE. . TOM MANN'S- BAIL. At n,„ 1,...,Br0kC'' Hi'- Thursday. - day « rno Police Cou,,L to eaclr one bein. Z .. COmrae,lcet1' I T» 1,^ ? »iugiy.. '''uitiug words, the de »»~,a?r r„ »'?»» a moZ£ ° M S0M *» ,-55 °rmmma ™ «. ciiaige of assaulting a constable iu the- execution of .in* i..., , toe Who would ^decTi ?the pniiishemeiit to be inflicted until wore :of the cases had been heard '

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church of England. PARISH OF KELSO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

Church of England. PARISH OF KELSO. A largely attended social gathering was held at the School Hall on Wednes day evening, 'the object of which was to; give the friends of the Rev. S. C. O'Breznan Ball an onnortunity of bidr ding him farewell. There were repre sentatives from Peel, Raglan and Eg liuton, ' with practically the whole of the congregation of Holy Trinity, Kel so. Mr. J. H. Williams, of the Dubbo Bush Brotherhood, showed some inter esting lantern slides, illustrating tho work of the Brotherhood, and Mr. Jar man, Cathedral Organist, gave a recital 011 the organ; Archdeacon Oakes then explained the object of the meeting, and called upon Mr. Robert Evans, one of the Churchwardens, to read aud pre sent an address, beautifully illumin ated by Mrs. Dann. Mr. Ball responded, after which refreshments were handed round and tho gathering, resolved itself into ono of a purely social character. During the evening Mr. George Cusick, of Eglinton, gave 'a recitation in his customary dr...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BRUTAL ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

A BRUTAL, ASSAULT. Vivian Shipley, and William McLaren I ? ge{1 With assaulting Messrs. Grain and Stephen, officials. -of the Proprietary Mme, on January 4, aiso appCare(I. ? JYlr. ?, Tijnn/ni'Alp. _ , ,y.w appeared.; to prose cute asked for, a further remand, in Shipley's case . there ? were two more ttlOil yet to bf* nniU'DllOllrtArl .. _r i wuiiy jn McLai-eu s a certain witness had yet to bo obtained. Although: Mr. Hall, for the defence, objected, the Court granted an ad-i journment until Monday. Mr. Edwards- said that Shipley and McLaren had been guilty: of one of the most brutal attacks that' had cveil ??b9eH eommitled— a blot upon the mau-i hood of Australia. I

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Volunteer Rifle Club. ANNUAL WEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

Volunteer Rifle Club. ANNUAL MEETING. , ? . The annual meeting of the Volunteer Rifle Club was held last night in' the Drill Hall, the chair being occupied by' Captain , Pringle. : Annual Report. Color Sergeant Tambree. Secrctarv. read the following: 'Your committee,' in submitting to you the 19th annual.1 report beg to state that considering;.' the worn state of the rifles your Club,' has had a very . successful year. Your j Club lias shot one match against I lie Rockley Rifle Club whiclr they won.;! Your Club was also represented by al few members in the last W.R.A. On-* team competed In the Milton Shield I wuiuir uivy won out tne same team was unsuccessful in the Cutler Cup. The Hutton match, an individual match, wa* won by a member of your Club; this' same member tied in another match* and also won the service aggregate.; This member — Lieutenant Paul — also topped tho score at tho recent mus ketry course with the magnificent score of 287, only 29 short of the possible, which st...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

INTEREST AWAKENED. Interest awakened everywhere in tho marvellous cures ot Cuts, Burns, and Wounds with Dr. Sheldon's Mag netic Liniment. Price 1/6 and 3/. Ob tainable at Mockler Bros., Georgc-st,, Bathurst; E. Morgan, Burraga.*

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

School of Arts. The following new books .'have been recently added to the lending library: 'The Far East Revisited,' by A. G. Angief. 'Judith's Garden, 'v by M. E. S. Bus sett . 'David Braiij' by Morley Roberts. 'Tim F.liiKiviv. Piniiifiruel.' by Baron ess Orctey. ? . ? ?' ?? 'Diana Mallory,' by Mrs. H. Wtlvd '.Trail of the Lonesome Pine,' by Jno. Fox. 'Miss Fallowfield's Fortune,' by, E. S. Fowler. 'Green Flag, etc.' by Conan Doyle. 'Thrice Armed,' by H. Bindloss. 'Fenuell's Tower,' by Louis Tracey. 'The Gorgeous Borgia,' by J. II. Mc Carthy. 'Waters of Jordan,' by II. A. Vacliell. 'Sister Anne,' by E. Kt'. Albanesi. 'Stolen Sweets,' by W. Le Queux. 'In Wolf's Clothing,' by Charles Carvice. ' 'Kilo,' by E. P. Butler. 'Patsy,' by H. de Vere Stacpool. 'Tho Adventurer,', by Lloyd Osbourne 'Guest of Qu«snay,' by B. Tarkington 'The Gorgeous Isle,' by G. Atherton. 'Templing of Paul Chester,' by A and C. Askev. 'Interplay,' by B. I-Iavraden. , 'House of the Crickets,', by K. Tynan. 'Hermi...

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AN ENGLISHMAN'S EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

ANT RNGLISHMAN'S EXPERIENCE. It. would be interesting in connection with tho above' to notice tho following extract from tho report of Major Rich ardson, shooting captain of the English rifle ? team which visited Bathuinl in 1907. He says:' 'Randwick ..riflemen, conrv. tn ho possessed of extraordinary confidence iu their fellows . Thoy | think nothing of shooting at S00 yards I ... i-. -nfiinra ni. 1000yds IJil iillC LiLl&VU, -v«nv --- fire at the next. It; was rather discon certing too, that when we wore shoot ing at long ranges men. walked acr6ss at 200 yards or GOO yards without giv ing any warning, or trying to slop tlie Urine.' . '

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SATISFIED IMMIGRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

SATISFIED IMMIGRANTS. ' '. ' 1 The Immigration and Tourist Bureau is constantly receiving from recent ar rivals who have taken advantage ofl the Government system of assistance towards passages, ' letters ' expressing satisfaction with -the' conditions tlioy have found in the country and at the | manner In which' ttvey have been treat ed. A letter from . a hardy' - Scottish agriculturist, who arrived by., the Essex on December 5, and who settled on a farm in tho Muswellbrook 'district, is typical. This . immigrant says: ' 'I would just wish to, thank, you for lire work you obtained for me, for it is just the kind of work I wished to get, namely, fruit and vegetable Krowlng., It is an irrigation farm, and I will learn by this kind of work 'how to piit a bit of land to good use, if ever I should have any of my own. My em ployer is a splendid gentleman, to work with, and knows the. work well. Since I arrived in New South Wales I have not met any person or any tin favors able circumstan...

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Rifle Range Risks. PROPOSED MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

Rifle Range Risks. PROPOSED MANAGEMENT COM MITTEE. The risks which are run by riflemen al the ranges who occupy mounds in front of some of their comrades was referred to at the annual meeting of the Volunteer Rifle Club last night. Color-Sergeant Tambree sai l he in tended to move that a range com -i.ttee be appointed the volunteers, civilians and senior cadets each to have equal representation. - Now that there were three clubs using the range 011 Satur days it was necessary that regulations should be made and observed, and tliej range should be controlled -by some body with authority. lie knew that the military lvad control, but it was preferable that each of the clubs In terested should bo represented: so that the practice 'could - bo stopped - of . men shooting over the heads of others. He instanced cases in whicli one Club was shooting at 700 yards and 800 yards while: the: -others shooting at shorter ranges ? ' were in danger. Although j there had been 110 accidents at Bathurs...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weather Forecast. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

Weather Forecast, JANUARY. 24th to 31st, Queensland: The compa ratively cool spell is succeeded by a heat wave. High temperatures will be the rule, and throughout the interior of all three' divisions' the heat will be intense; but later much cloud develops, and cyc lonic uisun uances nnng anouc mora pleasant conditions, affecting coastal districts a few days laiter. New South Wales: With very little abatement the iheat of previous week not only continues but becomes intensified, and the interior of both this State and Victoria will be a veritable oven. Pros pects for good general rains remote. Dis turbances of a scattered and unimpor tant nature probable. Nearirig close ot this period, the New South Welshman will have latitude to thank a high pres sure system for a period of relief.

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HEAVY FINES FOR LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

HEAVY FINES FOR LANGUAGE. Two young men named Joseph Maync and James McGregor, appeared at tho Police Court yesterday, charged witlr using indecent language 011 the Mar ket Square on tho evening of the' 27th. IJoth were first offenders, but *ho Bench inflicted the'' heavy penalty of X3, In default V-f payments one month's gaol, as a deterrent to others.

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

TERRIBLE FATEL It's a terrible fate to suffer from Be rious Lung Trouble. Ward it off with Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. Price, 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., iieorge-st., Bathurst; E. Mor gan, Burraga.*

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PRICE OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

PRICE OF LAND. A sale of- land at tho corner of: Wil- liam and Stanley-street took place yes-! teiday. It was.tbe corner on which' a] few years ago, Cobb and Co's. work- 1 shops stood. Tlio Council assessment | stood at 15s per foot, but this was re- 1 duced on appeal to 10s. The land yes- 1 torday was sold at 4s per foot. 1

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

PRONOUNCED HIS - OSEJPBLE Whole Body Raw with Eczema Life was Intolerable— Was Even Incased in Plaster— Discharged ? from Hospitals as Hopeless. SUFFERED 14YEARS - CURED BY CUTICURA y ? ? ? 'From ? ie ago of three months until fifteen years old, my eon Owen's life t-was mado intoler able by eczema in its worst form. He was all right until a rod rash broke out on his fore head, but wo were not alarmed at first. Very soon, however, ] tho rash began to spread over hia head and shoulders, and it caused him great discomfort. I took him lo a doctor and tried half a dozen other treatments, oil with tho ecrno result: no improvement at all. The diseaeo gradually spread until nearly ? every part of hia body was quite raw. We had to strap him do-vn in bed, for ho used to tear himself dreadfully in his sleep. The agony he went through is quite beyond words.. ; No ono thought wo would rear him.' Tho regimental doctor, a very clever man, pronounced the' case hopeless; at least, he said the only h...

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. Sydney, Thursday. To-day's business:— [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 29 January 1909

I-IOMEBUSI-I STOCK SALES. Sydney, Thursday. To-day's business:— . *i ' Sheep: 50,000- (including .lambs) pen ned. Values ad vancprl ?; to 16s id, ewes Ss to 12s ,6d, lambs 5s ;to l'ls. . .. r; ' r r 7 Cattle: 1436 yarded! Values firm Bullocks £5 10s to X? 10s; cows £i to £6. J

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