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THE SEWERAGE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

THE SEWERAGE SCHEME. I Teh Mayor -- (Alderman Kenny), at las.' t night's' Council .meeting, laid on the table' and Important: minute bear- ; i»S upon v a sewerage /scheme' for ; Ba th urst. The minute is to be consid ered by the Council at. a meeting next month. In the meantime, copies oi] tlie reports already in the hands oj the Council will be supplied' to the Aldermen. ; !

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LAGOON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

LAGOON RACES. Mr. McSpedden, Secretary for the Lagoon Race Oiub, informs us that he -has communicated with the trustees of the Bathuist Racecourse, asking for the use of the course for the La-- goon races, as . the local course .was unlit for use. On receipt of the trus tees' .reply, the Lagoon committer will be called together.

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

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

WHY SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT superior.: to any 0}lmr euculyDtus product? Becnuso it is the result of full experience and of a special and careful proem of manufacture, nna tho danger attending tlio use of tho irresponsible preparations which are now pulmod oft' an 'lixtracts ' are avoided. A death was recently reported from the use of 0110 of these concoctions, |ftnd at an action at law, a sworn witness tekiliod that he suU'cied .the mosi otucl irritation from the upplicution to an ulcor of another, which was sold us ' just as good os. SANDER'S KXTltACT.' There fore, beware of such deception. Rememberr that in mediciiio a drop that cures is bottet than a tablcspoonlul that kills, aud insist upon the preparation which was proved by experts at tho Supreme Court of Victoria and by numerous autnoritien during tho last 3d years to be a product of genuine merit, viz., THIS GENUINE SANDER AND SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX TRAOT. - F. Beanie, Chemist., Willi...

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Sydney Share Market. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

Sydney Share Market. - Sydney, Wednesday. I Latest quotations : — : - i . Occidental, 7s £)-3. ' . . : . v O.Ki Coupcr, 3s. 1 Broken Ilill South (con.), 73s. ! ...iBroken Hill Junction North,. ' 22s ; . ,(2 months), 22s fid. . 1 . Commercial Bank (old), £28.

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ASSISTANCE FOR THE MEN. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

ASSISTANCE FOR THE MEN. . Sydney, Wednesday. ? In the course of conversation this morning, Mr. Cochran, Secretary of tlie Labour Council - of New South Wales, said' it .was jnof . anticipated that there would be any immediate 'develop ments ' at Broken I-Iill, ; at the Federal Arbitration liiqulry;: began to-day. Cheques have been forwarded to the locked-out fund from private 'collec tions in coutnry towns among people whoso sympathies rare with the nioiiv It is runiourcd -that one of the Po lico at Broken- 'Hill has somewhat In censed the'nilners by! ins confident talk regarding Ills prowess as a. boxer, A miner has deposited a sum, and of fers to fight him in public, the pro, ceeds to go to the strike. Mr. Wade, in reply to Mr. Huglies'j statement that his every action dis plays bias, ; states , that such a state m-c-at is. no '.answer to his condemna tion of Mr. HujjJies and Mr. Thomas;. Federal Ministers, for taking sides with tho Broken Hill miners.

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ANOTHER HEAVY PENALTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

?- 'ANOTHER HEAVY PENALTY. Another -heavy penalty was inflicted at the Police Court to-day, on William McLaren; miner, who had been found guilty of 'assaulting S. W. Stephen, an official of the Proprietary Mine. 1 The evidence showed that when Stj- 1 phen left tho Pioprietary on Jan. 4, J accused, who was one of the crowd, rusuea at ,111m .and -Struck . him- ,' with his ilsts about tlie head and face. The defehce' was an alibi, ? but the accused was sent to gaol for six months. ' 1 . 11 1 ?. 1. '

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THE BARRIER ARBITRATION COURT COMMENCES WORK. JUSTICE HIGGINS ASKS ASSURANCE THAT AWARD WILL BE OBSERVED Broken Hill, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

THE BARRIER ARBITRATION ! COURT COMMENCES WORX. JUSTICE HIG GINS .ASIC'S ASSURANCE THAT t AWARD WILL BE OBSERVED 1, Broken' Hill. Wednesday. Thoi Federal Arbitration Court, wiiici) is( to adjudicate on the issue raised in (the industrial dispute between tho combined unions, claimants, and the Broken .Hill Proprietary Company, rb spoudunts^ commenced iits sittings at 9}f u°-w'. Hal1 Chambers, .Broken Hill, this morning. ; 1 ,Mi\ Justice Iliggins was President; ArUun', instructed by Mr. A. [i^ ^a'l- appealed for the complainants, I and .Mr. A. ,T, Kelynack, instructed by! [Messis Winter, Simpson, and Com |Pany,;0f Sydney, represented the re spondents. Mr. J.'R. Edwards ap-; peared with Mr. A Natlian, paitner( in pie , linn of. Winter, Simpson, '.and Company, to mstiuct Mi. ICelynaclc. Among those present wore Messrs. Del-' Ifi'at, general manager of the Proprie ta.ry',, A.,, Boyd, underground manager} and Dickenson, Secretary. Tlve body of ' the court, was occupied by a limited numjbe...

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

'A MODERN -REMEDY. That dreadful word 'consumption' need never bo feared if Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery is taken in time. Thou sands speak of it in the highest praise. Obtainable 'at Mockler Bros., George street; Bathurst; E. Morgan, Burraga.* ;. -

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JOCKEY'S AWFUL END. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

JOCKEY'S AWFUL ' END. Sydney, ? Wednesday. ..v Richard, Wiles, . 47, 'i jockey^ who re cently arrived from India,- .was run over, by a traiu between Caulfleld and Malvern late 'last night, his head be ing 'severed: and - smaashed to pieces. Wiles had been drinking- heavily, and when last seen lie was intoxicated Judging by the injuries Inflicted, ' he I must havo deliberately placed his head { 011 the line. ' : ? ' ' , '

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A Drunken Bully. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN TRAGEDY. Adelaide, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

A Drunken Bully. TI-IE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN TRAGEDY. Adelaide, Wednesday. The coroner hold an inquest - this morning, concerning' the death of Wil liam Hoffspatter, who shot himself and his wife at Gillies Plains on Sui^ day night last. 1 The police stated that in September, last Mrs. Hoffspatter asked them not to let her husbandlc now. where she was working, because: lie\ was looking for ?her with a. revolver and a long knife, and had threatened to cut her to piec es. Hottspatter - was of drunken ha ibits, :and..^iole;nt ly^mpered.-' : :v-'. , The Coroner said that deceased seemed to have been^a drunken bully, aud one's only regret, was. -that .-.in* mak-. ing away with himself others should have to suffer. . , . , , ? t . Mrs. I-Ioffspatier stjll lies in pie^Hos pital in a critical' conditipnl ,

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Willis Alleges Blackmail. GIVES ASSISTANT IN CHARGE. THREAT TO EXPOSE HIM. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

1 Willis Alleges Blackmail. - GIVES ASSISTANT IN CHARGE.' THREAT TO EXPOSE UI¥. ? , , Sydney, VVcdnesday. Mr. ^y. N. Willis, who is engaged in writing the life cf the- late William Patrick' Crick, called in two plain clothes police to the Hotel Australia this afternoon and gave a young man in charge for alleged blackmail. It is stated that 1 some interesting evidence will be tendered: before the Police Court. The hia,*y literary work entailed in writing.,. '.'.The* -History of the Land Scandals' has ? rendered -Mr. Willis' health indifferent, and he employed the services oi a ? young man to do the running about : after the ' information which he required. : The young man iu question'-'ha'd previously written to him complaining of his bad luck with regard to remunerative employmeniy and point ing out'that-his literary talents should be of service to ?Willis.' 1 A few days ago, it is alleged, he went to yWllis ; and 1 demanded to be given ^30', and threatened that it the amount was no...

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LANG DEFEATS SQUIRES. A HARD-FOUGHT BATTLE. WON IN THE 17TH ROUND. LANG ONCE SAVED BY GONG. Sydney, Wednesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

LANG DEFEATS~SQU|RES^ j A HAHD-FOUGHT BATTLE. - ? . ? _ WON IN THE 17TII ROUND. LANGJ ONOE SAVED BY GONG. Sydney, Wednesday- niclit. t here was nor an inch of seatiiig ac commodation at the Stadium' to,-night, at the fight for, the Australian Champion ship between Bill Squires, of Newcastle, and Bill Lang,! ,of Melbourne. In sufficient police attended, with the result that the crowd outside got completely out of control, and at one of the en trances literally tore down' the pallisading nuu. yui imo' me enclosure. : The official estimate is that fully 18,000 persons were present, though it is probable that 20,000 would have been nearer the mark. ? The men entered ? the ring at 8.50, Lang being the first to take his corner. A moment later Squires entered, and he was accorded a magnificent r.eception. Clearly he was very popular, though there were many who gave the Mel bourne man a big chance in view of the experience he. must have gained in' ring! tactics, .etc.,. in his capacity of- ...

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

? 1,„ J'°nr complaint is incurable you must !j '' y°ur sufferings with patience, but if iley. can bo quickly and permanently JWuii why let them go on ! ltlicumatism, 'Oiauua, Neuralgia, Tootliaclio— all thoso 'jnong tlio many ailments that can bo --ureu by Chamborlain's Pain ]3alm, anil ''co thoy are most wearying— and wiiimberlain's Pain Balm only costs Is Gd k,Ti' g° ou sutt'ering 1 For sale ^L.Ddgloy andCo, ,

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

1 LUMBAGO- j ; That stabbing pain in the small of tlvo I back, which accompanies .every move ment of the body,- lias its cure in ;Dr. I Sheldon's Magnotic LInimeiit. Obtainable j at Mockler Bros., George-street, BatU urst; E.' Morgjtu, Burraga,* | ...

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THE ADVANCE DISASTER. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

THE ADVANCE DISASTER. Sydney, Wednesday. , His Honor, j udge Murray, in giving: the finding of the Marine Court in con nection with the collision which occurred between the Iverna and the tug Advance on Christmas-Day, said that the disaster was caused by the . wrongful act of Captain 1 McKenzie, of the Advance, in. attempting , to cross the .bows of the barque when the latter was travelling at 11 knots in the opposite direction.

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CABLE NEWS. United South Africa. ALL POINTS SETTLED. London, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

CABLE NEWS. United South Africa. all points settled. London, February 3. - The South African Convention lias reached a complete agreement, and riges to-morrow. Though there is no thing official to confirm it, it is. be lieved that Capetown -will be the legis lative capital, and Pretoria the admin ' lstrative. The draft constitution .was completed a ' fortnight .ago, with flic exception of the preamme ana me sice . 0i the capital. After a week the Na tal and Orangia delegates were ' per suaded to withdraw their claims, aud they left the decision of the capital | question with their colleagues of tne Transvaal aud Cape Colony. All com promises, 'including a suggestion for, a neutral site, were rejected. ' Tho ?Austrah-.-is of the Transvaal ? uanauetted Mr. J. C. Watson 'at Jo lianue'sburg. Mr. Watson, In the course of his speech, dwelt on the in dustrial advantages due , to Australian ^deration, and added that ho was sure similar results would be obtained by tlie' South African Union....

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

DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TA- , BULES., . DIGEST I WHAT YOU EAT,: '' ' The only practical method of curing ; indigestion is to uso a combination of all the natural digestants such as are unit ed In exact proportions in Dr. Shcldou'S Digestivo Tabules. I11 this way it is pos- V sible . to digest all classes of food, so that the body can be supplied with tlie variety of nourishment necessary health. If you ''are suffering from indi gestion, we suggest the use of Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabules, because tliey; completely digest what you eat, and al~ low you to eat all the good food yo'! desire. Price' 2/fi per tin of SO Tabules. Obtainable at Mockler Bros,,_ George*! (street, Bathurst; 0* Morgan, Burragu,' j

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GENERAL CABLES. London, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

GENERAL CABLES. London, February 3. There have!1 been continuous . slightj shocks of earthquake in Sakhalin, on ithe east coast of Siberia. Three) ?shocks havo ? occurred at . Montreal, Canada. .' A boat capsized at Lecco, Lake Co mo, Italy, 17 women and two men ?ware drowned. ? ... ' . \ ' A G/erman officer, Lieutenant v'on] Struckrad, eloped' with the' wife 'of Captain van Oertzeii, a comrade. ' In a subsequent- duel 'at Frankfurt, Struck-; rad was fatally -shot. 1 ' The London ' Cnamber of - Commerce las drafted 'a number' of resolutions to be .submitted to the forthcoming congress.. :Tlioy advocate ' the exten sion of trade reciprocity between Great Britain and the ; Colonies, Co-opevatiou iu keeping British immigrants ? unden tlie flag, and suggesting that the Postal Departments of the Empire should confer and devise a scheme for cheap er cablegrams. At the. wool sales last evening com petition was animated. : .Tiiere was brisk American bidding for crossbreds and best merinos. ...

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JAPAN AND THE POWERS. TERMINATION OF TREATIES. London, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

JAPAN AND' THE POWERS. ! TERMINATION OT? rTHBATIES. ? London, February 3. ? Count Komura, speaking In the Ja panese Diet, insisted on Japan's good relations with all the Powers. The alliance with Great Britain, ,he said, stood upon an 'enduring foundation, japau was relying on 4 lid sense of ?justice of the ' Americans regarding anti-Japanese -legislation.; Japan should concentrate the Far East. The Go vernment was enforcing the' restric tions 011 emigration to Canada and the United States. - .' , Count IComura also announced , that Japan would notify the powers in 1U10 of t'he termination of all existing com mercial treaties, giving one year's no tice of such, with a view to negotiating for new treaties, based on reciprocity.

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