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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

RIFLE SHOOTING. Six membets ot the Civilian Rifle Club practised yesterday at the 8oo and 906 yards ranges, the conditions being favorable. The only really good per formance was that of A. Carpenter, who at the 800yds. missed the possible by one point. Scores : — .800 000 Tl. A. Carpenter 34 28 62 A. Stubbs .. . 24 31 55 A. Byntt.. , . - 29 25 54 G. Goldrick ,. ., 29 16 45 D. Atkius ??-,.?? ,, ,, 20 20 40 N. Carpenter .. .,14 23 37

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY COMPETITION CHOIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

SYDNEY COMPETITION CHOIR. ' Tho choir, that has been formed to take part in the Sydney' competitions will meet for practice ,in the- Masonic Hall to-niglit at eight o'clock.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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"WANT AND CRICK." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

'WANT' AND CRICK.' '? ' Four young fellows were arrested at Wellington last week for 'jumping; the rattler.' -One of the number felt aggrieved and did not hesitate to ex-f press . himself forcibly to the police. He evidently has aspirations towards the 'bar' [judging by it'he .following extract from the 'Wellington Gaz ette.' Constable O'Reilly said we then started 'for' Wellington and coming along the road I 'said to Thompson, you seem very much annoyed, and he .replied, I don't mind being pinched if 1 am found in a ? truck, hut when six; hours elapse its pretty stringy to get arrested. I sa'id that's art admis sion. Wilsbn said to Thompson, 'you keep your mouth shut, 'ho is getting the strength of you.' Thompson re plied, 'Is he! When he gets in thej witness box, and I 'get cross-examining him, he will think its Jack Want or ! Billy Creek that is examining him.. (Laughter, in which some of tho ac cused joined in.) - - i

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THE MAYORAL ALLOWANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

THE MAYORAL .ALLOWANCE. I At the Council meeting last night, on the motion of Alderman James, se conded by Alderman Perry, It was re solved that £100 be voted as an al lowance for the Mayor during the ? en suing year. ,

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O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

O'CONNELL. (From our Correspondent)'. Ths weathcT.— A beneficial change11 lias taken plaec. The rains of a lortnlght ago gave tile grass -and lu cerne' crops a start which the pra-, tvi-.t rains will niatsriaux.., advance. Storms, accompanied by rain, occurred ^ cn Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, wliilo ° JNIondav r.ontii-iiip-i oimWr.,.,, mi,.' storm on Sunday hung -in the .west Ion a very considerable' time, then came a ' 1'^avy downpour for about ten mi nutes, which /.submerged a!l:,-fh'e low lying Hats. This was followed by a little light rain, the total registered being .50 points. The rainfall* since Friday has been about 175 points. The weather is now very co'/d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

? : ? I WOOL lAl&flfEX ® WHEAT i fA tr.J |;^i nN A bp VA ) / fj|j v^T'ir^rrwHvzfe&mtttt3iaBSxsa _ hi1 1 ?k'^J [b-^ « vV- M H ^ *-» r'. ',. ~ , ill 5?i ^Fat (^^OOL ) Stock §[ I s^ck {Brokers! *»*-? Salesmen Agents. ; REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF SHEEPSKiMS, HIDES, TALLOW, Kill! SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS. SELLING U% PER GENT. CHARGES rlfeyn ON '/GOL.. SELLBFJ0 ^©BSEKS ©WLY I Gf-riccs p.rsd Stoi»es a I CIRCULAR QUAY, I SYDNEY. I, QUfCK RETURNS. LIBERAL 1 ADVANCES. | ! j IP) Ip3 Brewery, Dowlleg St9 1 j \ O REBFERN, SYDNEY. I § I XXX ALES ; — ? ? Draught Ales | i I Lager ? ? obtain. ?j able i 1 Pilsemer ? -al°T j aj[ ? J 1 Dinner Ale . Hotels Bitter Ale ? LiSk St? j Select Stock Ale Bottled Ale. | Stout ? : ? BBUottledd I I IRESCH'S Ales, Beers and Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hops obtainable, | without a particle of preservative. | Mr.Tcmpcrlcy, Vice-prcsidcnt of the N.S.W.Country Press Association addressing an'assemblngeof N.S.W. Country 1 Pressmen representing ...

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SYDNEY WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

SYDNEY -WOOL MARKET. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Ltd.', submitted on Tuesday a catalogue o£ 8S75 bales, consisting principally o£ small -parcels in the grease, with -jt fairly large quantity of scoureds, some of which were . fairly attractive, and commanded , good attention. Not withstanding the easier tone of tho London market, the demand at our sale to-day was strong and ?animated, and prices, although: at : times irregu lar, were, on-' the whole well . maintain* ed, all sections operating 'with greai freedom. . At auction and privately we sold 422S bales. Amongst the lota sold ? for clients- In, the Bathurst dis trict wore:'. S AS over B, Rockley, 9%d;| T. Byrnes,,. Rockley, 9%d; Z, Hobby's Yards, 9%d; -. BC,' Trunkey, 8%'d; RY, Trunkey, S^d; CA, Hockley 9%d;, JRB over R, Hoclcley, 9d. , ? ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Summer Heat Troubles. BILE BEANS END A HOUSEWIFE'S SUFFERING FROM HEADACHE, POOR APPETITE, SICKLY FEELINGS, VOMITING AND BILIOUSNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

Summer Heat Troubles. BILK BEANS END A HOUSEWIFE'S SUJ;'FiiRING . li'ROM HEADACHE, POOR APPETITE, SICKLY FEEL INGS, VOMITING 'AND BILIOUS NESS. . The long hours of sunshine', to the housewife and strenuous ' toiler alike, bring in the.ir train nervous exhaus tion; sleeplessness, headaches, languor, and that tired feeling which foretells breakdown. But; 'if people would keep their-, vital functions In order by taking a Bile Bean at noon and a Bilo Bean at 'night, they would cs^ cape ail troubles. Mrs. M. McManus, residing in James-street, Ravenswood, Queensland, fell; a Victim. tQv, the trying efforts of summer's u«al, and writes of her restoration to health as fol lows.— 'The effects of the trying sum mer heat are somefimes very 'distress s'ing to me, causing ine . bilious. attacks, severe headaches, and vomiting, which quite 'unfitted me for my .household' duties'. 'What with .;' my . poor', 'appetite, no relish for : food; ' and the, wretched feeling accompanying the biliousness, ...

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PURE FOOD ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

. PURE FOOD ACT. In view of the stringent provisions of the' Pure Food Act, which comes into force on July 1st next, storekeep ers would do well to become assured that the goods they are handling do not infringe tho provisions of the Act. Messrs. ' . G. Shrimpton and Sons, who .are wholesale agents of Colnmn'l; Starch, Keen's D.S.F. Mustard and -Blue, Rc-binson's Groats and Barley, ;Lea and Perrins' sauce, and Syming .ton's Coffee Essence, have circularise^ the trade, pointing out that all these goods are absolutely pure, and they Incur no risk in selling them, while the public are fully protected by the guarantee of the manufacturers.* |

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PROPERTY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

PROPERTY SALE. Messrs. E. H. Taylor and Co. ren port having this week sold on account of the administrator in the estate olj. the late Mr. John Palmer, that mag niciont property, 'Moreauvia,' con taining 320 acres, on which is erected a two-storey brick residence, for the sum of £3200 cash. The purchaser was Mr. Charles Boyd, of Rainham. Also cm account of Mr. A. Joseph, 2000 acres freehold land, one' mile from Locksley railway station, at a satisfac tory price, for cash. Purchaser, Mr. R. J. Graham, Batlinrst.

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COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER VIII. (continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

COIRADKS IN ARMS. I CHAPTER VIII. (continued). As tlie trap turned in under the archway, and passed the sentry out-, side tlie guardroom, at the entr.i. iu: to the lines/ Drake spoke for Itho first time since they , had left the train. 'You've to come 'to tlie 'orderly room,' he announced.' 'I've to hand you over to- Captain Muir. He is the acting adjutant.' ? Captain Muir, seated at a table cov ered with papers, looked up as tlity entered. He was a quiet, reserved man. popular with his brother officers, ' and a keen soldier. Tht expression on his face wlien lie turned to him struck Eliot witJy'a chill foreboding. It was' sympathetic enough, certainly, but /''somehow it did not seem to indicate an ?absolute belief in Ills innocence. 'Well, I've brought Vere back,' said 1 Drake, after a moment's awkward | pause. . I 'So I see. You can go now.' The remark was met with : an air of surprise; 'As I'm .still in charge of him, I suppose I'd better take him to his quarters under arrest. ?; ...

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OBERON A. H. AND P. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

OBERON A. H. AND P. ASSOCIATION j The annual exhibition or this As-- sociation will be held on March 11 and 12. The Secretary (Mr. MInehan) re ports that everything is in a very for ward condition, and the promises of entries are' very encouraging. Over £200 is offered as prize money.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

Busy Men. Should Weigh this Question, and Profit by Another's Experience. Success in business is 'ofteiyhandi capped . jr A man may lvave plenty of capital. May have energy in abundance. May know' his business well. And still success comes slowly. It's a case of too great a burden. The back can't carry it all. A lame or aching back is a handicap. Drive' the ache away, and make work a pleasure. Dearn what backache means. Learn that backache Is kidney , ache, i : Learn 'now to shake iL off. , i Head how this man did it. i Mi\ J. II. Marsh, blacksmi.h, .rue laide-street, Blayney, says: 'l liacc nv ed In Blayney for twenty-sevjn yours, so am well known. For a long tin* 1 ] suffered with pains in my back, 1 could not attend to my work properly, and once I was in Ibed for a week unable to move without suffering intense ag ony. Liniments, oils, and other reme dies failed to give me any relief. One day in Bathurst 1 got some Doati's j Backache Kidney Pills from a chemist there. I took them ...

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ORGAN RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

organ Recital. Last evening Mr. C. A. Jarmanj Cathedral organist, gave his first re cital in All Saints' Cathedral. TheriS was a fair attendance, and tho congre gation fully appreciated the' musical items submitted. Mr. Jarman has jus tilled the reputation which has pre ceded hlni, and proved that he is an organist ' of ? the first rank. ? While every number was well rendered, those calling for 'special notice were: 'The Military March'.' (Schubert) , and 'Toccata - in G' (Dubois). The solo, 'Meditation,' a peisivo composition, is one of his ownl 'The Lost Chord' is an organ transcription of Sullivan's favourite song by the organist. 'Clio-, rus of Angels,' was also played, and the concluding number, 'Hallelujah unorus' (Handel's 'Messiah'). The soloists who assisted in the recital were Miss Mullampy, who sang aria- from , 'Redemption' (Gounod), and Miss Dawson, 'Abide, with Me' (Liddle). Owing to the absence of the male mem bers of the choir, the anthem, 'Praise tho Lord' was omitt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

RELIEF WORK. Tlie story of I?r. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules oau.be told in a word. They ac tually dovthe work that the weak and wasted stomach is unable to do, and al ? low it to recuperate and regain itr/ strength. They contain all the essen tial properties that the gastric juice and other digestive fluids do, and they, digest the food just as a sound and well stomach would. They relieve the stom ach just as one rested and refreshed workman relieves flip one on 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 Tubules are sold at 2/0 per tin of SO Tabules. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George-street, Bathurst; E. Morgan, ' Burraga.* . ?

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRIVING WITHOUT LIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

DRIVING WITHOUT LIGHTS. ' The question of driving without lights was introduced into the meeting -of the Municipal Council last night by Alderman Craig, who asked if it was imperative to use lights on a moon light night, and when the street lamps were not lit. The Mayor replied that no provision was made in the Or dinances as to moonlight nights, but l lie would instruct the officers of the I Council not to prosecute for offences committed on moonlight nights, al thoughf by doing so, he would -lay himself open to the charge of not carry rylng. out the ordinances. He wouia i also -see the Sub Inspector of Police, and inform him of the course that was being adopted. As to the prosecu tions last week, he might say the offences were committed after 8 o'clock at night, and when there was no moon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

Df JXolis Erowae's ^^0 flfljSP'jra ' f§ 1$ T81E ORiStHflL flag OHH.Y OEM ITS' EE. || figf Acts like a Charm in i| M DlARRHCEA and is tha oniy 1 # jjjj Specific in CSiOLERA »- i I Dysentery. | B Cheeks and arrests those too often fatal diseases — g| | FEVER, CROUP, AGUE. |§ ? ? k The best ReracsTy kaown for COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA. LRONCHITIS. ©j £ Effccljolly cola shorl all attacks oT SPASMS. |j5J | U the only palliative in NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM, TOOTHACHE. || Chlorjodyno i.t -t liquid iaUc*t in drops, graduated according, to the malady. H . S It t nvurt'ably relieves pain of whatever kind ; criu;tcs a calm refreshing s,ccp ; ^ a allays irritation of the nervous system when all other remedies fail; leaves K*j S no bad effects; aud can be taken when no othev mcdicinc can bo tolerated . (33 ® Dt. J. COLLIS DROWN E'3 ^ CrILORODYNE. Baltic The Immense succcn of this Remedy has given rise to t&jay imitations, m N.D. — Every boill* of G^aotne Chiorodyne fe/rhf01'L,S bears on the ata...

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CLAY'S WAXWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

CLAY'S WAXWORKS. The ever-popular Harry Clay Is once again on the warpath apd opens here on Tuesday, 9th February, ' at tho School of Arts, wiith new worxworks, Including Tommy Burns and Jack John son, new cosmoramic views and four teen metropolitan artists, uost of whom are new to. B!athui*st-. Now moving pictures and Illustrated songs will be shown, and as the Company lias ulways had a reputation for bringing an attractive entertainment at the po pular prices of 6d and 1/, big liousesi will no doubt greet them during their stay. ' ' j; ?;

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FURNITURE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

FURNITURE SALE. Attention is drawn to the sale' of household furniture 'and effects by Messrs. E. H. Taylor and Co., to' take place this day at the residence of Mr. .1. W. Ash worth, 48 Havannah-street. 'J lie sale of furniture, which is for positive and unreserved salts, com mences at 11 o'clock sharp.

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THE SULKY ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

THE SULKY ROBBERY. - in connection with the' robbery, wnich recently took place, -at the Gas Works Hotel, an arrest has- b^en .made-: at . Litligow of . a. man' on suspi .clon of -being concerned.- -.This. 'man. lias been / remanded to . Bathurst '' for tiial. * / '« '

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