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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

i IVIifiiicipal Council. The business for ? transaction at tho ordinary meeting iof. -the . Council on Wednesday next will be: To consider correspondence; to- deal witlr servants reports; to receive and. adopt Finance Committee^ report. Alderman Beavis to move: (1) That a stone and cement crossing be . made in HowfclwsOiieeiii ' over the Creek, at a probable cost of £30. (2) That a gas lamp be erected over the crossing, at a probable cost of £5. To determ'ine as , to the granting . of an allowance to the Mayor for. the current v year. ' 1 'To consider applications for .Over beer of Sanitary Service. . , 1

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

- Whole Body Raw with Eczema Life was Intolerable— Was Even Incased in Plaster— Discharged from Hospitals as Hopeless. SUFFERED 14 YEARS - CURED BY CUT1CURA 'From .o ago of threo months until fifteen years old, my son Owen's lifo twos made intoler able by eczema in its worst form. Ho was all right until a rod' rash broke out on his foro boad, but wo were not alarmed at first. Very soon, however, tho rash befjan to spread over his head and shoulders, and it caused him great discomfort. I took him to a doctor and tried half a dozen other treatments, all with tho sarno result: no improvement at all. The disease gradually spread until nearly every part of his body was quite raw. Wo had to strap him down in bed, for he used to tear himself dreadfully in his sleep. The agony he went through is quite beyond words. , No one thought wo would roar him.' The regimental doctor, a very clever man, pronounced tho ca30 hopeless; at least, ho said tha only hope wa3 that ho might, if ho lived long e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

JUISJ |r WHEAT Fat J * '? ( Stocks Stock ? IROICEIS Station Salesmen Agents., REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS. I~ SELL1M® BROKERS fflNLY ? -„,^,r PCT,.„Mg ? SELLING if|) PERCENT. Offices and Stores., QUiCK RETURNS. CHARGES OM WOOL. CIRCUI£R QUAY, APVAMOE3. Brewery, Bowling Sf9 j JLiOOlTl %3-- REDFERN, SYDNEY. £ j j XXX ALES-— ? - Draught Ales j j Lager ? obtain. Bitter Ale ? lb££i2ia1?1 j | Pilseraer ? in Kes Select Stock Ale PU Bottled Ale. | Dinner Ale *?&. Stout — — — ? M * RESGH5S* Ales, J3eers»and Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hops obtainable,' 3 H without a particle of preservative. i' I & =================== | { Mc-Tcmpcrlcy,* Vice-prcsidcnt of the N.S.WXountry Press Association nd'drcssInffnri'nsscmblngcofN.'S.W; Country § I Pressmen, representing a circulation of 230,000 newspapers per issue, said ; — 'I saw in Rcsch's Brewery the finest | $ /collection, of machincry-that I have seen for ninny a l...

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"THAT'S GRATITUDE!!" [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

'THATpS GRATITUDE!!' The ; 'National ^Advocate' 011 Sating day contains rjanother ? yeuomous at tack '-on those'- whom they^are: pleased to call 'l:lie landed gentry,' and write iu the following strain: 'Our landed' 'gentry,, for the most part vul gar 'and- -.ignorant folk, without tasta and without breeding, of querftibn able origin, represent only historical traditions that 'they would willingly forget.' Is it poss iblc that those) responsible for the control of this paper at the present time can have so soon forgotten that it was to men of the very -stamp that they now so freely vilify, abuse, and libel, that the paper owes1 'its existence,- and that ono, f at least,; 'ot tbio'iforp'most ofothe -'landed gentry'' has' been tbe..means of; keeping it afloat. Truly this , Is a 'turning! worm. o : ? J ftJ

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Local and General. DISASTROUS HAILSTORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

LocalaM general. DISASTROUS HAILSTORM. '' On Saturday afternoon a severe hailst-orJifefyissed over ?; P^l, and-; a considerable amount of damage 'was done to Mr. Trevlit's-'orChard. It. 18 feared that much of material ho, was preparing for the District exhibit will be destroyed. * i r

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Rifle Shooting. PRACTISING IN THE RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

Rifle Shooting. PRACTISING IN THE RAIN. ' Riflemen had. a rather rough time at the range on Saturday. The light was bad, the wind variable, and. the rain al together unpleasant. Neveilheless, there was a spleudid muster, the Civilians hav ing eight representatives present, and B. Company ten, and the Senior Cadets eight. In view of the conditions, nothing exceptionally, good could have been expected. But, . a.s is usually the case on such occasions, there was- one who would go contrary , to expectation. That was Mr. A. Cutler,, the''Civs. crack, who put.on 34 cut of possible. 35 atSoo, and- 32 at 900yds. It was a great shoot on the day. ^C-'Holman, 0. Byatt,- and G. Hardwick-qlso got into the thirties at the shorter. -range. B. Cutler, who is -usually near, the top, had. hard luck, heavy ra.iri' squalls falling on . each oc casion!-'when -he, was .occupying the mound j-and';interfering with, his sights. ; The, Volunteer^ - fired from v. 500 and 6ooyds.;. The-.scores .were .not reall...

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BILLIARDS. LINDRUM v. GRAY. Melbourne, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

', .'''(BILLIARDS.. ' . . V LINDSUM v. GRAY. . . ; i Melbourne, Sunday., ,. In the billiard match between Li^ drum and Gray (receives 2000) was con^ eluded last night, Lindrum, winning .by 30461 ? . The principal breaks of the closing session were: — Lindrum, 118. (unfinished) 154, 11.0. and .196 j -Gray, , in and 85. . ... ?

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SYDNEY FIRST GRADE. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

.1 ' - ? Iv[r.-,-r'fi:- ... :, ?f - SYDNEY, FIRST GRADE. 1 i( 1 Sydney, Sunday.^ Another., round of the first-grade - i ?' ^ / f ?' . 1 '-i't ' ' ?'« f - ' ' ?-* cricketv, . competition^ . wasi concluded yesterday. Results:' '' '' | Petersham defeated Gordon by 88 runs. Petersham, 294,, (Blundell, 105 not out). Goidon, 2nd, 3 for 117 (Car roll 53.) ' . 1 ? North Sydney defeated .Balmain by 110 runs. North - Sydney, 7 ,for. 292, (N- Y. Deane 121, and J._P. Minnett 71). Balmain, 2nQ, 1 for S6 Glebe defeated G'entl'al Cumberland' by 164 runs. Central, Cumberland 104. Cottter (bowled 7 lfir- 3&. 2nd linn nings 4 for 264 (E. L. Waddy 115,. and Rev. E. F. -Waddy SI not out). ?Waverley defeated -^'University, by 207 runs. ? Waverley:, 385 .(MeKenzie 1G5). University,, 2nd innings, 1 for 49.' Sydney and Rcdfern concluded their match,, but; the. result .will have to bo determined by . the - Association, as there are a. number of discrepancies in the. scores, i . -.Middle- Harbour def...

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CRICKET. ST. BARNABAS' v .EXPERIMENTAL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

CRICKET. ST. BAltNABAS' v EXPERIMENTAL -I FAliil. ? t j Teams representing the above clubs commenced a match at the Sports Ground on Saturday. Play was very even, and at the conclusion of the day's playr the former led by 3, runs on the first innings.- The Farm started badly, losing 3 for 4 runs, but Bell stopped the 'rot' with. a well compiled' 50 on a diffi cult wicket.- .-For St. Barnabas',. Keijna and Barnes batted finely. , Scott, of the Farmj-, bowled 12 overs (or . 18 runs and took 6 wickets, while . Kelly for St. Barnabas' c.apturedr-a like number for 32 runs. Scores:—' ^ Experimental Farm— 1st innings. ' Gregg, run out .. ' ' ' ? 0 Kelioe, b lielly ;; y;- ?.'. i., r , 1 tscott, b Barnes ? . . , , ; 6 l'nce,.c 'Wmdridge, b Kelly . .. ' .. 2 13e)l, c and b Kenna .. ???-?... r - v.-, SO Uauclaud, c Clothier, 'b Barneo:- : ? -0 Forrest; hie wicket, b Kelly- .... . ? ... - 1-1 Grainger, b Kelly .. 2 Brooks, b lielly ? -.. . ' -v. . -. ' '.'1', Dignam, b Kelly .. ... ... 0 O'JS'e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

Sir. A. Anirlin, Eureka-street,. Bailarat, Vic., writes : ' Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is a tin-top remedy for cramps iu tho stomach, diarrhcoa and dysentry.^ I have used it and can therefor attest, to its merits. I never fail to praise Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcoa Remedy whenever an opportunity presents i tBolf,'.. For ealejby L. Edgley and Cq.

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'A CURIOUS MIX-UP. SOMEONE HAS BLUNDERED. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

? 1 ' 'A- CURIOUS MIX-UP. ; - SOMEONE HAS BLUNDERED. ' Sydney, Sunday. The result of th(J cricket match be tween Redfern and Sydney will have to be decided by the Association, and tho Association ; ba-3 a ticklish job on hand ? ' ; : !_? ? The . finish - of the match was most exciting.: Redfern required- 223 to win, and had 90 minutes left to get the runs. Emery and Foster ? opened, but though Emery ' attacked ? in ? great style, his companions were not ? at home, and 4 were quickly down for 70. Then Nicliolls came in, and Emery laid the wood on splendidly. Soon tho position was that 102 were' required, and 32 minutes left. Tire/ score con tinue'd to mount by tens. Emery hit two successive sixers off Grant; and as the score grew,: the spectators 1 became greatly excited. Emery got to ' '.bis century, and at 6 o'clock -50 ' were wanted with' 15 minutes left. Later 32 were wanted off the -last. 3b, oveifs, and when the last one came 14. -were required. Emery had- - strike against Pite...

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COUNTRY NEWS GEORGE'S PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

COUNTRY NEWS ! I/'... GEORGE'^ PLAINS. ' ' ? . .I [ '? ''.iihA.i' -rV^W-Vii'S' (From our correspondent). ' ' A ; social ? gathering of the lady par ishioners of . St. John'.s Church, George's Plains, and', their lady: friends, was iiei | at the ? residence, of Mr: James B v res when, after refreshments being serv i ed, the 'Rev. G. Cresswell, oul behalf of ; .the r. parishioners, - presented I Miss' Helena, Dowling, with a beautl ful ' clockjv, suitably inscribed, as a to ken of the esteeln in which she i ?held. Mr. Cresswell , also, in hi speecii,' referred to her many qualities ?as a worker for the church, and wish ed lier' every happiness for her future welfare. 'Mr. Callaglian also spoke a few words, thanking her on behalf of the Churchwardens for ? lier kindness in always ? endeavouring to do the best she could .fori - the welfare. J ^ thej Chureli. ' ? .-' ' '? '' Mr. Dowling, on behalf of his daugh ter, thanked them1' ail for . the lonely pjesent,, and-also:for the'r .good v/...

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Telephone Communication. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

: TelephonerCommunication. :'? ?Mr. Miller, M.L.A:, 'has sent tbofol JoVing ?for,-.M»ub'l5ca1iion; - !he «, ihaVins*. 'received it from MrrE.:S. Carr, M.P.: f'Revertiug to my letter of , the 8th January, intimates that a commu nication* had been received from I\!r. John Miller, ML. A., asking whether! the arrangement! whereby BathurEt , Wattle Flat telephone messages are sent via.Sofala, could bo altered, as a wire passes the office, I have '.he honor to' ? inform' you that Wattle Flat was, until- reduced to semi-official sta tus, a telegraph - effice connected di rect to Bathurst, but is now a telephone office connected ,by special wire to Si- fala, and could be connected oa rha -Wire referred to by Mr. Miller, «w- tb.s Ie a .telegraph.- cijcuit.' - Approval., li..s, however,, been , given . ^ to erect a metal lic circuit trunk line between Mudgea arid Bathurst, yritli - connections, a Wattle Flat, Sofala, Hill End, an' Hargraves. This, proposed, work .can not be proceedecT'with at...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. CANTERBURY PARK RACES. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

SPORTING. ' THE TURF. 1 OANTEIJBUKY PAHK RACKS. -? Svdnev.'' Sundav. The Canterbury Park races were held yesterday in fine weather. ' Results ': — - Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs — Maes- more, 1 ; Orfano, 2 ; Lady Hoyden, 3. Won by a length. Time; 1.15.-/: Park Stakes, 6 fuilongs;-rr-Piaiden, r ?; Merci, 2 ; RulTo, 3. Won by half a length. Time, 1.15 ? ? Stewards' Mile — Rose of Lancaster, 1 ; Glenella, 2 , The ilairn, 3, Won by three lengths. Time, 1.43}^ . * ' ^Jumpers' Flat Race, ' x mile' 3 -fur- longs. — Ptetty Maid, 1 ; Mordialloc; 2 ; Surperbus, 3. Won by a ' leegth aiid a half. Time, 2.29. * ' i- Canterbury Handicap, ,1^ mile. — Ennismar, 7 7, 1 ; The: Bairn, ^6:7, 2 ; Rose of Lancaster, 7.0, 3. -- The,;winner| was 12 to 1. Won by .a head. . Time, | 2.10. ; , \ ' .s',., a- n i Welter. Handicap — Diplomatist, 1 j| I Srfeet Home, 2 ; 'My Pan, 3.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

Bathurst Musical Society practice at Oddfellows' Hall to-morrow eight,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

TO CURE IND. ' 3TI0N And Stomach Troubles . is,, necessary to take after meals sornt - harmless pre paration which will supply the na tural digestive fluids which every weak stomach lacks. And the best pre paration of this character is Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabules, which contain all the natural digestants which nature requires for prompt digestion. One or two taken after meals will prevent souring, fermentation, and acidity, and ensure complete digestion and assimi lation. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George-street, Bathurst; E. Moreen. Burrasra.* ? Mira Gilbert, a farmer's wife, 'was, afl Cher, France, sentenced to penal ser-! vitude for life for poisoning her aunt,| father and mother-in-law, and her coti sin. and attempting to poison four, otter relatives. The motive of tho crime was her desire to inherit theu' savings ' and ti'-operty. ? ^ ^course I sure boaoon. . For over sixty years its Ilght ha:, boon guld- . inS tho sick . * ?. and suffering baC,C t0 th0 1,ar' vW bor of h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

You will pay just as much for a bottle of 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as for any of the other medicines, but you save money in buying it. Tlio savins' is in wlint you pot, not what voir, pay. The suro-to-cure you quality is in every bottlo of this remedy, nnd you get Rood results when .you take it Buying cough medicine i« an im portant matter., Neglected colds cften de velop serious conditions, and when you buy a congh medicine you want to be sure yon ? «rn uottintr one that will euro your cold. 'When you buy Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy you take no chances. It always cures, for wile, by L, Edgley and Co, ;

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COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER VII. (continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

COMRADES IN ARBS. CHAPTER VII. (continued). Audrey smiled liapp'ily/. ' | 'It's dear of you to say so. I won der what papa will think.' \ A suspicion of a shadow ; passed over Eliot's face. 'I hadn't thought of that,' he ad mitted, frankly. . '1 suppose I'll have to now, though. Your fatheil will probably want us to wait till I get my troop. Well, as I'm on tbe 'top u' the roll, this ought to be within the next three months or so. Oh, Au drey, will you really wait for a poor beggar of a subaltern?' 'Deares%'- ' she whispered, aoftly, 'I'd marry you to-morrow ir you were only a private soldier, and I'd be proud and happy to do so. Of course I'll wait.' 'Tlie time may be shorter than we think,' returned Eliot. 'The fact is, I'm in the running for a staff billot, | and it's highly probable that 1 shall / i;et it. If so, it means a step in rank and double pay straight off. I'm ex pecting a wire from headquarters at any moment.' Audrey clapped her hands delight edly. ! i I 'How splendid!...

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The Cremation Society of N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

The Cremation Sobiety of N.S.W. We are . m . receipt from the Secre tary, of-, .the. above; Society of the fol lowing, .progress report of a general meeting held in Sydney last week: A - public Jmeeting:. was held in the Royal Society's Hall, 011 13tlr October, 190S, at *4 ? p.m.; when the Hon. J. M. Creed, delivered an address from the chair on tho need for reform in the present system of disposing of the dead., A- resolution moved, by Mr. Wilshire, and - seconded by Miss Rose Scbtt, was unanimously , carried, ''That a srociety he formed to work for tho practice of cremation, and that this Society be called The Cremation Society of New South. Wales.' A provisional com mittee was then formed to draw up a constitution and by-laws. The com mittee met on several ' occasions, and when their work was completed, a -general meeting of the Society was again called at the Royal Society's Hall on 17th November, 1908, where the constitution wais ilead1, - and, With' slight alterations, accepte...

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NEWSBOYS STRIKE. Broken Hill, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

,.: NEWSBOYS STRIKE. ' I Broken Hill, Saturday a rauier. humorous development of the position occurred yesterday, when tlie newsboys; struck, 'dmandlng that the papers from the 'Barrier Miner' oiflce be given to them at Gd per dozen instead ofrSd,- as hitherto. The man clETGIDGllf'. Itfilfl' fn-p; +rrrr» rtrl l'Hnn o -1 fir? then capitulated; - ' For hours papers were ; not procurable,, the office! being picketed by' boys -armed with bludgeons and sticks. There was one ' case of assault, and in addition many threat cnings. ' t

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