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ASSAULTING A CONSTABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

ASSAULTING A CONSTABLE. John Flyim was yesterday found guilty of assaulting- Senior Constable Brown on the night of December 1, And was lined £3, or one month's gaol, lie was also ordered, on a charge of using insulting words, to find surety of X 10. for his .good behaviour for 12 months, in default an. additional month's imprisonment. ; The: Arbitration Court Will sit 011 Wednesday next, but ithe outcome is not npw looked 'upon with any ' great llOlie. ' .'J..; .''I | ,

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

PERFECT DIGESTION MEANS FECT HEALTH. A good stomach keeps every .part o£ tlie body in. perfect condition, and Disease cannot break in. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive' Tabules are a natural rem edy lor all disorders and weaknesses of the stomach. They possess exactly the same properties as the gastric jui ces and other digestive .fluids o£ . tlie 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 in a mild, natural manner, and cause 110 disturbance in the' cligesliv'e 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 human body. They compel perfect di gestion o£ the food and perfect as similation cf the food nutriment. Every organ cf the body is kept in repair, and good h:alth ®®cessarHy results. At the same time the stomach, being relieved of its work, gets well and strong. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., ...

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

?WHY SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT superior to any o;her ouculyntiis product? Becauso it is the result of full experience and of n special and careful process of manufacture, ana tho d linger attending tho use of tho irresponsible ;ii operations which are now palmed oil an '?Extracts ' are avoided. A death was recently reported from the use of one of these concoctions, and at m\ notion at luw, a sworn witness testified that he suffered tho mosa cruel irritation from tho application to an ulcer of another, whieh was sold as ' just, at Rood as SANDEli'H KXTKAOT.' There fore, beware of such deception. I'tememborr that m medicine a drop tliar, r.urea is b ;tlet than a tablespoonful that kills, arid insist upon tho preparation which whs proved by experts at the Supreme Court of Victoria and by numerous authorities during the last 3(i years to bo a product of genuine merit, viz., THIS GKNUINE SANDER AND SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX TRACT. F. Hearne, Chemist, W...

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

Existence jnay be summed up thus : Up till thirty— live. After thirty— liyer, Ajnl then— just living. —R. Hichens. Life need not bo'miserable aftor you are thirty years old. If your livor is sluggish and refuses to perform its functions, take a lew doses of Chamberlain's Tablets, and you will live anew. For sale by Lit Edgley aud Cq

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INTERSTATE YACHTING Perth (W.A.), Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

INTERSTATE YACHTING ' r Perth (W.A.), Sunday. The race for the 18-foot Interstate Sailing Championship on the Swan River yesterday resulted in a win for the Australian '(N.S.W.), with Cygnus se condhand Aeolus third. Australian won by 2^ minutes. Australian outsailed her rivals from the start.

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

CORPORATION YARDS. The following is the order of the sales for to-day, at the Corporation Yards : — ? Mr, Jas. Cassidy, 1 ; Messrs. E. H. Tay ?lor and Co., 2. ? ? : ? ? 'nw I N interhot awakened, : : ?; Inferest awakened everywhere in 'the marvellous cures of Cuts, Burns, and Wounds with Dr. Sheldon's Mag netic Liniment. Price 1/6 and 3/. Ob tainable at Moclcler Bros., George-st., {BatUurat;. £),. Morgan, Burraga,« | t

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The Royal Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

The Roya! Show. ' \ \ The Royal Show opens eight flay'3 earlier this year, tlie dates being April G to 14, bo that exhibitors should I? ay particular attention |to the c.os ing of entries. The Secretary stales that tlie prospects for tlio Bliow ftre unusually bright. Tlie season. Is mnci belter in Victoria, Boutin Au*t al'a, and New South Wales than itliat ot 190S, live Btoclc are iu good condition, trad crops liave turned out very much more proliflcally. A largo entry Is! expected, particularly in cattle and (arm produce, and, judging from the. inquiries for schedules from new peoj| ,plo in New Zealand and Victoria, there] will bo increased representation from these placos. Applications for space for machinery and manufactures lard .very numerous, and these sections are sure to be enlarged. From New Zea land new draught horse exhibitors ore expected, and also et couple of j strings of light horses, including j some Jumpers. ! The ' Improvements: ?on the Show Ground this year 'will,...

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MYSTERIOUS WORKINGS. WHAT WILL BE THE UPSHOT? [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

,s, MYSTERIOUS tWjOREINGS/ , .WHAT WILL'. BH .THE UPSHOT? V ? Broken . .Hill, . Saturday night. ; - The industrial' position shows «o change, though 'something is, pending. But what' that something is lias . not beeu disclosed. ? ? Labour members and . leaders ?here and u elsewhere ;If»ow the' seheine' 6f campaign, but {lie pub ? lie in Broken I-Iill ai'xa not allowed , to know. - :.i- A'goueral strike is contem plated, sbu^ the^ ''.metropolitan- unionists are not too favourable to the idea, ' As, a result, the 'campalsu haus^ fire, , |

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The Broken Hill Trouble. GREAT SYMPATHY MEETING. SPEECKES BY PARLIAMENTS [?]ANS. FUNDS CONSIDERABLY. AUGMENTED. SOME FIERY SPEECHES. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

the Broken Hill Trouble. v I GREAT SYMPATHY MEETING. SPEECEE3 BY PARLIAMENTS B'&NS. FUNDS CONSIDERABLY, AUGMENTED. , SOME FIEEY 'sPEEOHES. ™ . ? : §)-dney, Sunday. j. .uuubdn.as ot ,tne citizens of Sydney attended, in the Domain' this afternoon to demonstrate in, a ? practical ' mabtier their sympathy with the locked-out miners1 al-Brqlcen 'Hill, and to express indigna tion at the ' flagrant 'miscarriage of jus t,c?- -.Pf-. which' vMr'.' Barnett has 1 been guilty iin silencinf» Tom Mnnn mh.io :b^il. Mr, Btyantji'the New President of the Political Labour iLeiguejj.^wag chairman. He; explained that the meetr mg had been called for the purpose of placing before the people of Sydney the true aspect of affairs at 'Broken Hill, an opportunity/that had been denied them before owing to the misrepresentation of the metropolitan press. Unionists from the Gulf , of Carpentaria to Tasmania, and from Sydney to YVestern Australia, were in sympathy with the miners to a man. He felt confide...

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CABLE NEWS. British Labour Conference. ROPOSED IMPERIAL MEETING London, January 3I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

I CABLE NEWS. I British Labour Conference. LpOSED IMPERIAL MEETING- , ; r Lotidon, January 31. Is Th„ Labour Conference sitting at T ,k has' bv a small majority, re Piymouth . ? of S0CiaiiSation of the SOlV of production and distribution, 'The complete emancipation of. labour the dominion of capitalism and landlordism. . u a resolution. was By al»r8«™r'rti,. abolition -of £ Elf-time system, raising the school th® t0' ,6 and secular education. _ agT,e Conference, by a large ma, or. y, ? , ^ the proposals in favour of the rejected ? P ^ P of sch00l children, £'eJeed as to the necessity for medi S inspection and State feedmg of SCAt°!hehi!Snce of Mr. Keir Hardie, ? « resolved to ask the Labour ana c Wh lis'ic organisations of the Empire I ffr they favoured an all-British whether y t consider, matters °S£?5 colon interest to the working classes. Mr. Hardie dwelt on the access of Labour politics in the Commonwealth, and added: 'Now ^ Labour has .come into its. own, .t Sears to us desirab...

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

' SOFALA'. ! I Work is being' pushed on on the No. . 1 dredge at . the Big Wallaby. The manager expects to be ready for dredg ing in five or six weeks. At No. 3 dredge a thorough overhaul is itaklnG place. * 1 ? 1 1,; )«? 1 Cornford Brothers are putting through' BS a small parcel of stone from their mire Hi at I-Iill-top. The stone looks we'.!, fa they, expect a return of one and a h'*lt g|j ounces to .the ^ 1

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THE AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS. ANOTHER DEFEAT. London, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

THE AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALLERS: ANOTHER DEFEAT. ' . Tendon. January 31. Hull defeated the Australian League team by 9 points to 8. In tlie ..first Jialf Rosenfeld scored a try, which: Messenger jcoWrterfed, as against (p penalty goal- Tjy'HolI. rii awlBeconS) half!' Hull. 'g-& a- goal early, andr . \joartncy*'r^Pon'de4 fth» allrynjwhicli t MesBengecfiailcd tb'conYev't;.f :;Jiu£-oii time $tAea,;-} '

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THE BALKAN SITUATION. London, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

H THR BALKAN SITUATION. | ? London, January 31. . T-...T ? ? V»na I A note tnai uuigajiu to tliQ Powers aslcs for aid iu securing tl,e speedy recognition - of- her inde-1 pendouco. She complains |tlmt a dangerous situation has been cause?! \jy Turkey's irrcconcilablo attitude,-, End threatens ito withdraw from nego tiations unless an early settlement o£ II10 dispute is effected. . , ? , | i -i-

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PURIFYING IMMIGRATION. London, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

' PURIFYING IMMIGRATION. f } London, -January 31. Sir Wilfrid Laui'ler's Bill to amend tlie Immigration Act is drastic, im poses stricter 'supervision 011 ports of embarkation, and provides for Jlio. '.ap- pointment of inspectors - at Liverpool, Glasgow, and otfocr British: ports.. The measure lurther provides for tlie. de portation 'of undesirables within throe years. 1 ' 1

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A WISE MEASURE. London, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

?? A WISE .MEASURE.;'. V [ i ? ? ...London, January 31. : Owing to I'he sorv.lee rendered . by wireless telegraphy in saving tho passengers of the Republic and Flo rida, a Bill lias: been introduced into. Congress to malce compulsory the in stallation of. otliergraph. apparatus on all ocean-going vessels, I. ? r';;

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Mining. SUNNY CORNER DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 February 1909

. Mining. SUNNY CORNER DISTRICT. , _ | Since the recent heavy rains, several residents have been fossicking in. the   various : creeks. The best- result re- ported was the unearthing of a nug= get weighing 4oz. 15dwts., by. R. Grab ham. A lad named Vipen went 'specking' in Bob's creek a few days ago, and was fortunate enough to pick up a 'slug' weighiug 4%dwts. Messrs. Murray and Cook are engaged erecting a cyanide plant, consisting of five vats and all otJVer ' (neteeskiairW appliances, at their battery at West Mitchell. They have about- 5000 'tons of. sand ready for treatment, and will be able to put through about 100 |ton9 of ? sand 'per week. ] Mining matters generally are nok very brisk. There is absolutely no thing doing at the Sunny Corner sil ver mine, there being no one employ ed on the mine. Rumours wore afloat some months ago that work at the mine would bo ? recommenced after Xmas. However, the very latest ru- mour is that an effprt is being mada to fipat it ...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909

v General News. During the .present week about 150 immigrants are expected to arrive in Nev South Wales. There is already a demand for their services. Henry Thomas, a settler at Waio waki (N.Z ) shot his son dead, and com mitted suicide, after . attempting to murder his 'wife and daughter. The police on Saturday arrested two i men at a stationery shop in Oxford I street, where it is; alleged . some form of shilling sweep was being conducted, The Chief Railway Commissioners on Saturday informed a deputation which complained of the shortage of trucks available for carrying produce tbat new trucks were being obtained. Before very long,', he, said, the department would be in a much better position to meet re quirements. ? . Mr. John Hamilton, South and Drum mond-stroets, Ballarat, Tic., writes:— ' Ghamberlaiii's Tablets are our family medicine. I strongly recommend them to anyone who snifers from constipation, biliousness or any other disordor of tlio stomach or liver,'. Constipation is...

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The Perthville Disturbance. LICENSEE OF THE BRIDGE HOTEL PROSECUTED. AN "ABSOLUTE" WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909

The Perthville Disturbance. LICENSEE OF THE BRIDGE HOTEL 1 PROSECUTED. . ; AN 'ABSOLUTE' WITNESS. . At the Police Court yesterday Francis James Martin, licensee of the Bridge Hotel, Perthville, was charged with permitting drunkenness on Ills licensed premises. Mr. Kenny appeared- for .the defend ant, who pleaded not guilty. Sub-Inspector Anderson deposed that defendant was the licensee of the Bridge Hotel, Perthville. When* pass lug his hotel on 15tlii January -'in com pany with Constable Lennon 'he- saw a 1 drunken nvau sitting :on' the form .in the verandah; about an hour ..after wards ho saw another man liii the bar considerably under the influence-1 of idrinlc; about 9.30 the same 'evening witness again passed; his attention was drawn to a number of people in tho street; he noticed two women and sev eral 'children in and near the hall;' one woman was drunk and the other under me influence'; they (were ? Struggling, and fighting; one was calling out in a loud tone of voice and co...

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GOOD FALL AT BURRAGA. Burraga, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909

GOOD FALL AT BURRAGA'. j .- ' Burraga, Monday. Rain Bet in on Sunday, and 243 points | wcro l'ocorded up to 9 a.m. next mom- 1 (ing, when it was cloudy., 9.ud threat-j, enius toovQjralu. ?CP'

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ORCHARDS SUFFER. Windsor, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 February 1909

,, - ' ORCHARDS SUFFER. ?-. Windsor, Monday.1. .'A terrific storm broke over Wind-} eor yesterday. The wind blew witli' hurricane force, unroofing tenements^ and floing great damage to tho orchards and crops.' 1 !

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