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Fat Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 4 February 1909

Fat Stock Sales. Mess.-s. 13. II. Taylor and Co. report | having Boid at 'the Corporation Yards 011 account of Messrs. Keeuan Bros., 31 bullocks and steers, from .£5 7a to I '£7 2s, averaging \C6 7s; ton account of owner, io steers averaging £5 5s; 210 ^ethers, small, 8/ to 8/S; on account ot Mv- Thompson, '41 small merino tombs, 6/G; on account of Mr. Geo. Jones, 9 lambs, 7/6. On Monday next . they will sell 30 fat Bullocks, 00 mt lambs, 100 fat sTieop. . See advertise ment this issue.- ? , j i / ; ? _ ?

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

1 A MODERN REMEDY. ' : ? SVilfn C-6 *T3B achioved a triumph in Dr. CoM- S , X Discovery for Coughs, Consumption. Absolutely Srni r. ' Obtainable at Mockler ros. , George-street, Bathurst; H. Mor gan, Burraga.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

J ALL NATIONS PRAISE 1 SUNOL j/JJuess an kafforfate ) f that Tiojobojto on_y (sumo (TOBACCgf -» AWARDED ^^jM§0& J GOLD MEDALS. K :op PURITY jM J? , NATURAL AROMA ( gW and PERFECTION ||||(||( SUNOL JM Sannot be ExceHed. C^&ia ? SUNOL uttainod its present degree ot ?iiMimrMaai high favor mainly by reason of ono important departure, tho manufacturers havo wisely taken from tho much abused modern mothod of making, viz, tho total exclusion of perfumes or flavor ing of any kind, rotaining tho leaf's original aroma, and excluding all injurious impuri ties, SlINOL, Plug, Dk. or Bt. 6 0 lb. pst. £r. SlINOL, Cut, D or B lib bx 6 0 do. do. SUNOL, Cut D or B 2ozpkts6 6 do. do, SUNOL, CutDorBloz pkts7 0 do. do. MICK SIMMONS HiVIMRKET, SYDNEV. N.S.W. Tobacconists & Storekeepers Send for our * Tobacco, Sports and Fishing Tackle £ Price Lists, Free,

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COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER VIII. (continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

COMRADES IN ARMS. Cl-IAPTER VIII. (continued)'.' As lie was buckling , on his sword mechanically, Fitzroy '.urni.'d to him. \ . 'I say old cliap,' he observed with an air of apology, 'it you don'L mind I think you ought to leave', that; behind — and your pouch-belt, too.' Eliot bit his lip. He had forgot,', on tiiat, since he was now under arrest, li' was no longer entitled to .wear th»se honorable emblems. With a flush o£ mortification he laid the .sworil and b'.'H aside. ' « ?As he walked across, '.ha l-aisdi! jji'-jiind, accompanied by Ills escort who v.iiiily tried to assure him that over; - Yh'-ntt would , lie sati3facti. 11 j-. c!(-areii up within the next ten. minutes, - Eliot fe'.-. his heart lAia'i.iij fssier tlunusvi a1. He held hi asilt proudly erect. ? however, even when l-asa'.ng a . little group of officers waiting 'ouulilo the colonel's quarters. They all looked at him sympathetically,' but nobody, spoke and he entered the orderly room with out exchanging a word. Its ...

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Temporary Common, Peel. STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS FOR YEAR 1908. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

Temporary Common, Peei. STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS FOR YEAR 1908. f J '08. Dr. £ b d Feb. 29, To Cash . . ..349 July 29, Dues 31 head stock, at 9d perhoad ... .. , 1 2 3 ., Arrears .. 023 Die. 31, Interest ... - .. 0 17 £i 10 10 Cr. £ i d By dues P.P. Board ... .. _0 6 8 Stamps and Paper . . .. 0 0 /4-- , 13allot Papers .. ., 0 j-Y 0 Advertisomout . . ' '0 3 0 S. Bnnlc, Deposit, - ' .. , 3,0 0 Interest ... .. 017 Cash in hand . , ? 0 IS 3 .£-1 10 10 G. P. CLAPHAJl, Secretary. Audited and found correct. Auditors : C/B. Council aud A. J. Demp sey. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

RU GOING TO GIVE A PRESENT You Cannot Do Better Than Purchase at PlUiEo/S Where tlie New Goods are Now Being Opened Up Bright, Tasty, Keliable, and worth all that is being — ..asked for them ? ? EVERYBODY KNOWS PEHSOM & CO., At tub ? ? Sign of t he Big Clock Mil. C. A. JAKMAN (Eullow of tho Guild of Organists, London) CATHEDRAL RGANIST. PROFESSOR OF PI A VOb' PTE, SING - ING, AND ORGAN. U-3' Specialist iu Voice Production. Pupils recoived at Slado's Music .Ware house, Georgo-stroet. All Exams, up to L.L.C.M. or L.A.B. Dr. Walter M. Captes^ I DENTIST, I - j6 William-street , Opp. School of Athy i

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LABOUR COUNCIL'S SUPPORT. ANOTHER £550. Sydney, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

LABOUR COUNCIL'S SUPPORT. I ANOTHER £550. I * Sydney, Thursday night. I At a meeting of the Sydney Labour Council to-night, the report of the dele gates sent to Broken Hill was considered with closed doors. Applause could, however, be heard outside during the deliverance of the report. The sum of j/Tsso was voted towards the lock-out fund, to be forwarded to morrow. Pending particulars regarding the de cision of the Union to abide, or other wise, by Justice Higpins' finding, the Sydney Labour. Council has nothing to impart. - ; With regard to the vote of ^550, several delegates explained that owing to the rules of their Unions they had hitherto been unable to vote more thaaa nominal sum towards the lock-out fund. It is now intended to impose a special levy of is all round, and^to lake up in dependent collections' by means of boxes. Messages of sympathy with the miners are ; coming into the Council from Unions all over the State.

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WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

? weathei^'foreSAst. : Strong and ' squally: southerly winds along ' the coast/ with'unsettled- weather and rain; rough seas';1 'fine tfll'and with 1 cool to moderate temperatures. ?

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THE BARRIER ARBITRATION JUSTICE HIGGINS WANTS ASSURANCE A LIVING WAGE MUST BE PAID Broken Hill, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

THE 'BARRIER ARBITRATION JUSTICE HIGGINS WANTS ASSURANCE A LIVING WAGE MUST BE Paid, Broken Hill. Thursri™ During the hearing of the Arbitration claim made By the Combined Union ists against the Proprietary to-day, Mr* Justice Higgins made it clear to Counsei representing the respondents that a de cent living wage would have to be paid to the nien. Il was also stated in iho course cf e 'idence that as some of the miners' wages rose the landlords se. cured tbeir share by raising the rents. The Court was crowded with an in terested audience. Replying to the question asked at the last meeting as to whether the Company would furnish him (Justice Higgins) with an assurance to abide by the award, Mr. Kelynack, for the respondents, said that he had' tele graphed to the Company's directors in Melbourne, but had so far received no reply. No one in Broken Hill was authorised to supply the desired infornia tion, and before a reply could be sent tn his telegram the directors would have to confe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

'Bi /roNEY TO LlfiND in large or small sums -LyjL at lowest rutes. Building loans ar ranged. F. P'GRNALL, Land and Finance Agent, A. M.V;- Buildings. ! ' ' - \l01 William-sinci , j ISotliWYSt* \Tclcphonc 189

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

The Amalgamated Society of Iron 'workers in Melbourne has entered upon a strike for better working conditions.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

WHY SANDER & SONS' PURE V'0'tATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT suporioi! to any oiher. onciily Dtus product ?-i ?, -Bccbusq it is the result, o£ tiilf experience, and o£ a special and carotul —pro'ccBs tnfinufacture', - . and- -the danger attending tho uso of thoj irresponsible preparations which, are now. pahned oil an 'Extracts' are avoided. , A deuth was rscently reported from' the use of one of theso coneoctrons, aud at an action at law, a sworn witness testified that he suffered the mosa cruel irrilatiou from tho application to an ulcor of another, which was sold as ' just as good as SANDER'S EXTRACT.': There fore, beware ot such deception. Komembon that in medicine a drop that cures is'buttet than a v tablespoonCul that kills, ; and insist upon tho prepuratio'j which was proved by experts at tho Supreme Court o£ Victoria and - by numerous autnori ties during the last 3(i years to be a product of genuine merit, vim, Til H GENUINE SANDER AND SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX TRACT....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

If your complaint is incurablo you must bear your sufferings with patience, but if they can be quickly and permanently cured why let them go on ? Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, Toothache— all these are among the many ailments that can bo cured by Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and since they are most wearying— and Chamberlain's Pain Balm only costs Is 6tl per bottle—why go on suffering I For sale by L. Edgloy and Co.

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The Australian Footballers. LEAGUERS v. ENGLAND. London, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

The Australian Footballers. f ',.,?' jLEAGUERS v. ENGLAND. . , . /-/ London, February 4. ...The Australian: Rugby League team and'3Snglanfl played , a draw, each side scornig-i7.Voints. : The match.:,was,vplayed- at -Glasgow, 3o,ooo.i'persons.- tieing present, The ground -was-heavy ? -In; the first half England scored a,'goal from a try, and a dropped goal.^the Leaguer.s having, no thing to 'their. ..credit.' . In the .second half Messenger/kicked- a; penalty goal. England responded- w.ilh' two converted tries.' Then-from fine-:dribbling rushes Pearce, Morton, and'- Graves scored tries, 'Messenger con verting-all of them.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

1 JOIN THE ARMY. Of those who have' tested the wonder ful curative virtues of Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment. It gives quick re lief and speedy cure whenever applied to a burn, blister, bruise, or a pain or sore of any nature. Accept no substi tute. Price Is 6d and 3s. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George-street, Bath urst; E. Morgan, Burraga.* -

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Rockley Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

Rockley Police Court. The usual monthly court was held here on Wednesday ,'the 3rd iust, ;be fore T. A. Smith, Esq., P.M.. and .11. H. Hackney, Martin Quin, and Barnes Esquires, J's.P. ; W. H.! Hezlett v. W. Wright.— This was a case of ejectment under, the Landlord and Tenant Act. Plaintiff I alleged that he had leased the property in question to defendant for six months 1 from the 20th July last and the torns had therefore expired by effluxion, of time on the 20th January last. The defendant contended that the proper ty -had been leased to nim as a- yearly tenaut, and that he' could not be com pelled to give up possession until '-lie 20th' July next, in any event. A ver dict was given for plaintiff, posses sion to be given within seven days, and ail order made for three guineas pro fessional costs, and six 'shillings court costs, in default 14 days' imprisonment. Mr. Weigall (A. G. Thompson and Weigall), appeared for plaintiff. Thomas Ryan v. Deiiis Hanrahan.— . This was an informa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TA 1 BULES. DIGEST WHAT YOU EAT.- ' 1 The only practical method of curing indigestion is to use a combination of all ' the natural digestants such as are unit ed in exact proportions in Dr. Sheldon'ei Digestive Tabules. . In this way it is pos sible to digest all classes of food, so that , the body can toe supplied with the variety of nourishment, necessary to health-. If you are suffering from indi gestion, we suggest tho use of Dr. Shel ? don's:- ^Dige§tiye., Tabules, .because they; completely digest what you eat, and al low you to eat all the good food you; desire. Price 2/G per tin of SO Tabules. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George-* street, Bathurst; E. Morgan, Burraga.*1 BUfLER'S' ' Ice and Cordials -$®y£Srancl Reductions to Retailers 2To Secondhand Hawked Ico On Our Carts. .WE MANUFACTURE at our Works an Supply Direct from our Ice House. Note Address— Butler's ice & Cordial Works Tel. 118. 41 Geor t., Bathurst I —it is safe to say— are now the ...

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Proposed Sewerage Scheme. IMPORTANT MAYORAL MINUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

Proposed Sewerage Scheme. J IMPORTANT MAYORAL MINUTE. - Tlie Mayor, Alderman Kenny, at the Council meeting oil Wednesday night, submitted the following mirfute bearing upon a proposed sewerage scheme for Bathurst. 'I wish by means of tliis minute to revive interest lu the important ques tion of sewerage for Bathurst. So far I back as 20 years ago the late Dr. Spencer, one of the' most spirited cltl zens that Bathurst has known gave iliis question earnest attention. IT , wrote and distributed a well thou^'i. out tied t'ise on the subject, whijli iittracted considerable attention, but it was evi dently to be left to a much later day to bring the project to a definite issue. Tho insanitary state' of the Jordan Credit mi 1899 led to representations being ma --.3 to the Works Department with a vi?w of removing the evil, and as a result toil officer was sent to Bathurst to make a survey. Mr. Davis, the then Engiiisjr ?'in- Chief for sewerage construction also visited the city. The result ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

DOCTOR ADVISED ? USE OF CUTICU1 ® ? ? ? Patient's Arms and Hands in Fearful State— Burning and Itching were Unbearable— No Rest NightorDay — Five Months of Intense Torture. HOPELESS CASE OF ECZEMA SOON CURED 'Sis months ago I used aomo green dye, and I think some of it must havo got into a small cut on ray right hand. ~) \Soon I began to suf j fer intense pain, first in m-' ri8ht a,ri? an-i then in my left. I vM triecl Keve™' remo s U .-? dies, 'which only aggravated the u -. arms, until I decided r'':'i to consult a doctor. .« v.:' - V' He said X was suf ?*' ) V fering from eczema following poisoning. By this time tho arms were swollen and in a fearful state; in fact, ho lind that I was ren dered almost helpless. Needless to say, I obtained no rest night or day. Tlio burning and itching were unbearable. I followed tho doctor's directions, but obtained only temporary relief, and the eruption extended from both shoulders to the finger-tips. I lelt quite hopeless, and regarded everyth...

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The Straying Nuisance. THE COUNCIL POWERLESS. AMENDED ORDINANCE REQUISITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 5 February 1909

The Straying Nuisance, I THE COUNCIL POWERLESS* AMENDED ORDINANCE REQUISITE. The Sanitary Inspector, Mr. Podmore, in his report to the Council on WeidJ uesday evening stated that an informa tion laid for straying stock had beeri dismissed by the Police Magistrate. He pointed out that as the clause now stood it would practically be impossible to prevent and check the straying of stock in the municipality, as all a man had to say in evidence was that he placed his animal in a paddock and it was secure, that will be jsufficient to| secure a dismissal of the information. iAlderman McPhillamy moved, and Al derman McLennon seconded, that the report be rescinded.. Alderman Webb moved as an amend ment that representations Jie made to the authorities with the object of hav ing the Ordinance amended so as to give the Council greater powers. It was time something was done with regard to tnis matter. As the question now stood a lad could put a horse in a paddock and afterwards leave the' gate o...

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