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THE SHIPPING DISASTER. IGNORANT ONLOOKERS. FAIL TO REALISE VESSEL'S POSITION. PEOPLE MIGHT HAVE BEEN SAVED Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

THE SHIPPING DISASTER. IGNORANT ONLOOKERS. FAIL TO REALISE VESSEL'S , POSITION. PEOPLE MIGHT HAVE BEEN SAVED Adelaide, Tuesday. Information that is now coming to hand from various sources respect: lug the loss of the Clan Ranald, tends to show ithat the terrible loss of life by which it ? was accompanied mt-ht ' have been minimised, if not wh.illy averted, had earlier intimation of the vessel's- serious condition -be'etii sivtn by those who saw her drifting on, Sun day afternoon. .v.;-.-. Atviai in- + V» r,'- /-. luf n'ne served was James Diprose, a farmer, who lives right opposite to. the spo'; whero the disaster took pli:e.- He saw the vessel was in some sort of /.rouble', but could not see that she had listed.. Evidently, he' did not realise the. seri ousness of the' position.- : One thing! that struck him forcibly was that,| though the wind was from the Sudtli east, the Clan Ranald was, moving westward, with her engine's stopped. Unfortunately, he 'did / not grasp the gravity of...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN UNEXPECTED DROP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

AN UNEXPECTED DROP. Robert Evans,: carter, was engaged in depositing a cartload of 'rubbish.' in' a creek at Poor Man's Hollow, yester day, when he was alarmed to find that owing to the soft nature - of the ground the wheel block had given way, and his horse and cart had backed over the bank. The turnout fell about 14 feet, but the only damage sustained was a broken shaft, the horse being quite uninjured.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

DR. SHELDON'S NEW DISCOVERY. Is the most wonderful remedy ever dia-l covered for the cure of Coughs, Co|ds,j and Consumption. It will cure you when all others have failed. Obtainable^ at Mockler Bros., George-street, Bath urst; E. Morgan, Burraga.* N.S.W. railways earned £98 963 lr.st week, which is £3231 more than the corresponding period last year.1 If you are suffering from Biliousness, Constipation, Indigestion, Chronic Hencl aclie. invest one penny in a post card, send to Chamberlain Medicine Co., (-08 Hnrris street, Sydney, with your name and address plainly written on tho back, and . they will forward you a free sample of Chamberlain s Stomach and Liver Tablets. Ifor Bale by Li. Edgley and Co.

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SENIOR CADETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

? ? p. :..???' SENIOR CADETS. . Extensive preparations are being made: for the senior cadet encampment in Lithgow from February 27 to March 2. Major Dove, D.S.O, will be in Bathurst to-morrow for the purpose of inspecting the local detachment. It will be necessary for the mem bers to be in attendance at the' drill hall to-morrow evening at 7.45 o'clock

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A New Mining Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

A New Mining Company. The Mount Conquer Gold and Ar senic Recovery Company, Limited, has beenformed with a capital of ^20,000, in shares of £1 each, to work certain gold leases situate in the parish of Win burn, county of Roxburgh, and to pur chase or lease gold, silver, lead, and tin mining properties within the Common urAalf.h nf Aiiclrnlin. T'hf* fnQf Htrprfnrc of the company are Frank Cotton, Al bert Llewellyn Cadogan, and Alfred Ralph Gregory. This is the mine that was owned by Dr. Machattie at Peel, which will now receive vigorous develop ment and treatment on up-to-date methods, We uuderstand the sale was effected through the agency of Mr. H. C. Slade, Auctioneer and Mining Broker. The registered office of the company is in Sydney.

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DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

DRUNK. : William Pollett, a first offender, ap peared at the Police Court yesterday, charged with drunkenness. The' Bench imposed a fine of 2s Gd, in' default imprisonment until, the rising of the Court ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

the gatlturst WE^ESDAYrraBR^RYir 1909.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

WOOL |S WHEAT REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, BABBIT SKIM8, MARSUPIAL SMS. SELLING m PES? CENT. CHARGES (i :~-n OK! WOOL. selukq brokers ®kly Offices n.:*!d Stores i CSRC5JLAR QUAY, ? SYDNEY. QUUGS'I RETURNS. LJBERAL ADVANCES. j | ! Jp; IQ ^jP3 M ^ C2 Brewery, Dowling St'? j - I I & O REDFERN, SYDNEY. j I ' i XXX ALES ? Draught Ales 1 I I .Slffgl8 ? Obtain- ! f _ able j | Pilsener ? in Kes j i A « all i I Dirnier Ale H°tcls Bitter Ale ? H&Sff Select Stock Ale Pu SXfJKT | StOUt ? ? BBM'dd 1 IRESCH'S Ales, Beers and Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hops obtainable, |J without a particle of preservative. , || Mr Tcmperley, Vicc-prcsidcnt of the N.S.W.Country Press Association addressingan|aasemb!ageof N.S.W. Country If Pressmen representing a circulation of 230,000 newspapers per issue; said ; — 'I saw' in Rcsch's Brewery the finest 0 collection of machinery that 1 have seen for many a long day, M j| Mr. Midgley', another Vice-president, sai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TA ~ . BULES. DIGEST .WHAT YOU EAT. The only practical method of curing indigestion is to use a combination ot all the natural digestaiils such as are unit ed in exact proportions in Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. In this way it is pos sible to digest, all classes of food, so that .the body can be supplied with the variety of nourishment necessary to health. If you are suffering, from Indi gestion, wo suggest the use of Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabules, because they. ' completely digest what you ea.t. and al low you to eat all the good food you)' desire. Price 2/G per tin of 80 Tabules. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George-) street, BatUurat; 0. Morgan, Burraga,*

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MUSICAL AND LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

MUSICAL AND LITERARY ASSO CIATION. The reports submitted to the annual, meeting o£ the Musical and Literary Association on Monday evening dis \ closed a satisfactory condition of af fairs. inasmuch as there was a credit balance after the year's transactions. But the results we're noty such as m/ghit iiave been expected when the amount of labor and thought 'involved 'is taken into consideration. For months before I the competitions, some of our busiest men spent a considerable amount of time in organising and arranging rna: ters, and all this is given voluntarily. The only object they have in view -s the popularisation of the city. Not one' of those who. devote their energy and/thought to the work have auy axo to grind, but each vies with the other to make the event worthy of tli' . City of the Plains. The finances are watch ed with the greatest care, and tlia strict est economy is observed. Ope fact need only to be mentioned . to prove this, for' the amount paid for clerical assista...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

Mr. John Hamilton, Soutli and Drum moud-streets, Biillarat, ' Vic., ; writes 'Chamberlain's Tablots f ai'o our family medicine., 1 . strongly. ;re&Qminoud 'thorn', to anyone' who suiloi-s from -, constipation, biliousness or any othoi1 disorder of tho stomach or liver.' Constipation is a most difficult complaint to cure, most of tho advertised pills, bccause they act as purga tives, only iiggravato tho disease. Chambor lain's Tablets bring about a natural action of the bowels, thus curing tho most obsti nate: ouse. of constipation. : For salo by L'. Edgley and Co. A youth named Harold West was be fore the Cessnock Bench on Thursday last, charged with -stealing; at Pokolbin, 011 tho'.27ith. Inst., ,'one pound of grapes, valued at 2d, the property of .Tames Gil lard.; . The. accused pleaded guilty, -and the Benclr, explained 'defendant-was lia , bio to six months' imprisonment, or a fine of £20, hut as 'tills was'defend an't's first offence; a lino of £5, or two months' hard l...

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Bathurst Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

Bathurst Bowling Club. - The following tournaments have been arranged to take place, entries for which are now being taken. President's Trophy, handicap singles, 4 bowls, 21 points. , Mr. D. Curran's Trophy, open single tournament, 31 points. Mr. J. Miller's Trophy, handicap pairs, 25 I-IUILUS. A team of Bathurst bowlers will visit Orange on the 17th to compete in the Western District Shield match. The President (Mr. L. Edgley) has been elected a member of the green committee. The green is looking better than it has done for some time past, the recent rains haviug brought the grass on well. ' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

f.t'J,'..- ?*— tyj kucvs how liable the Js.in is to [3 [-/] suffer from dtsliyuriii.; blotches .&j (.*3 a:ia eruptions; hiuI huv. i l.ible it f« J-'} is, also, to set cut and l.uit iu Rj ?'£j all conditions of lilc — at home, [$4 pi at work and at play. Tlicre Sfj V'| isn't a woman in the home, or EH a man in the .street, but^,. ^ lii ? ?ZA'lC.BOK BALM to-d»y or to ^-1 liitjuun- 'Mi-r.y l.e to chcck n Mi!!* U-- ? &V rtf„- Cousin «l |5 I ; ; Wed l.v a:t itcli HR rasti or in- r-A 'ilMiu-d. swtlSiiic: pe:lmp*' 1s°oU,1° W -??1 »nil -heal .-? .iisisty «« 'J b' ° Bp - reir.ovc nn misk'Iillv punple or sore, ?V.' ? to.sti-eiietlurn' ti' sj-i 10-'{. « [° M ;.J; out' a I«v 1,11 tht5C M :;V lltiiiK-s there's nothing lll-e ' yCql - RUB I T 1N.t^ kecS&^BSSS&BBBaiM

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Bathurst Cyclist Injured. RENDERED UNCONSCIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

Bathurst Cyclist Injured. RENDERED UNCONSCIOUS. Mr. Harold Bray, aged 22, son of Mr. T. C. Bray, of Stewart-sireet, while cycling from Sydney on Saturday last, met with a severe accident in the vicinity of Blackheath. Air. Bray was rendered unconscious, and was severely shaken and cut about the face, though fortun ately no bones were broken. He was conveyed by the police to the Lithgow Hospital, and regained consciousness on aunaay morning. The manner in which his parents be came awaie of his predicament was, to say the least of it, curious. They had become somewhat alarmed at his length ened absence, and this feeling was cer tainly not dispelled by the receipt of some private papers, which the young man was carrying, enclosed in an envel ope bearing the stamp of the Lithgow Hospital. There was nothing to say what had happened to detain hirn, or what his condition was. However, the clue to his whereabouts was availed of, and the telephone being brought into requisition they were qui...

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COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER VIII. A RUDE AWAKENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

COMRADES IN ARMS. ; CHAPTER vm. A RUDE AWAKENING. Eliot performed the first stage of tho long journey back to Ivlirzabad as though in «. dream. At first, indeed, the .'paralysing Shock ol' tlie charge ?with which, he was confronted almost deprived him of the power of sustained thought, and for some time he could: scarcely realise what had happened. It was not until Simla had been left many miles behind and the dawn was break ing in the sky that he' found himself able to grasp the situation even taintly. Gradually the succession of dim pic tures that swept across his tortured mjud resolved themselves 11K0 'some tiling tangible', and, as by slow ds^reos ' the train approached its destination, his brain became clearer. He coiul not vet, however, set things in pro].H light. ' AH' .that was e it.'aus v,as that some villainy was on foot, and thai' Drake was connected with it. About this there could be no doubt. Yet pre cisely where it was th it 'the coiiiic. tion lay it seemed impossible ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

RELIEF WORK. The story ot lJr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules can 1je told in a word. They ac tually do tho work that 'the weak anil wasted stomach is unable to do, and al low it to recuperate and regain its; strength. They contain all the essen tial properties that the gastric juice and other digestive fluids do, and they, digest the tood just as a sound and well stomach would. They relieve tho stom-| ach just as one rested and refreshed1 workman, relieves tile one 011 duty that is tired and worn, and nature does her own work of restoration. It is a simple natural process that a child can under stand- - You can eat all you want with out fear of results. Dr. Sheldon's Diges tive' Tabules are solitat 2/0 per.tln of 80 Tabules. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George-street,' Batlrurst; E, Morgan, Burraga. * * ;.- ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

If your complaint is incurable you must bear your suiforings with pationco, but if t hoy can bo quickly and -permanontly I cured why lot them go 011 ? Rheumntism, Soiatica, Neuralgia, Toothacho— all .tlioso aro among tho many ailments that can bo cured : by Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and sinco they aro most wearying— aiul Chamberlain's Pain Balm only costs Is Cd per bottle -why go 011 suilorlng ? For sale by L. Edgley una Co. .

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BATHURST LABOR LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

BATHURST LABOR LEAGUE. The' N.S.W. Labor , Party intends to make a strong effort to secure thri return of the Labour bunch at the elec tions to the Federal Senate, which will shortly take place. Messrs. Gardiner, McDougal, and Rao have been chosen to run in the Labour interests, and, as the' three candidates are ^ ell known throughout the State, a keen fight will be put up on Jbehalf of Labour. ..lessrs. Carr, M.H.R., and Beeby, M.L.A., are at present assisting to put the claims of Labour before' the elec tors. To-night both of them have promised to meet the members of the Local Labor League, and discuss n.at ters relative to organising.

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Fire at Carcoar. ROW OF PREMISES DESTROYED NARROW ESCAPES. Carcoar Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

Fire at Carcoar. ROW OF PREMISES DESTROYED NARROW ESCAPES. Carcoar Tuesday. . A serious fire ; broke :Out: in , a- row of premises .situated in .Naylor-strc-et last niffht;'.' The premises were occupied by Mrs, - Lee, Messrs. Links;and: , .O'Brien, ? Mrs. Consue, and J. W. Foxv Shortly after the .1 flames . were , first noticed the . whole of the residents of the' town were'on the spot, but it was .found that owing to the wind the fire .had taken a very firm .'hold, and that conse quently little could be done in the. way nf. cnnlnff, tl-ip hnilHinps.':- Attpntinn wns. therefore, directed to the removal of the contents of some of themj and this was carried through.' withy, some'.idegree of success. , - - - '?- ' Mrs. Lee and her. family^whovoccu pied the.-:. premisesM' adjoining: Messrs. Links and OiBricn's drapery store, where'-;AhjB';'--.firev:^w'a8-''ifirst?:-noticed,-- had narrow escapes. They, had retired to lied and were. asleep, and noti.until they ?'werecawakened* by;' neighb...

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STATION BOOKKEEPING [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 3 February 1909

STATION BOOKKEEPINGS We have received from Messrs. VI gars and Sky of Macquario Chambers, Sydney,' a copy of the third edition of) the work on station bookkeeping, by l'\ E. Vlgars. The -necessity for such a book has been shown by the demand for the 1st and 2nd editions, the 3rd; edition now published bringing it into the sixth thousand. Very full ex planations of the systems of book keeping for pastoralists and -farmers are given, and the book generally treats with ordinary transactions on stations, and shows the course of entries through' the various books. Another very important section is that devoted to examples of measurements of tanks, timber and land, etc., while the sug gestions bearing upon letting of con tracts should also be useful to the man on the land. It is a book which I will greatly assist the agriculturist { and grazier to keep accounts ja a slness like way. Tho information Is complete, but simple enough for any one to understand. The aim of tho author has been to...

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