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

ACKNOWLEBGIEMENT. THE SISTERS OF JIERCY gratefully acknowledge tho receipt of £16 Is 8d for the Orphanage from tho Freemantle Sports Committee, per Mr. E. Jones. GOWER. — The friends of Mr. I. Coppard Gower are respectfully invited to at tend his Funeral, to move from his lato resi dence, 345 Ruesell-straet, THIS (FRIDAY) AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Bathurst. By request no flowers. ' - W. S. HODGE. Undertaker, Telephone 42. 57 Keppel-street. ' : LOST. XTTILL the Person who picked up a small T V PARCEL containing Gloves, etc., kindly return to Office of fc'llo ' ARGUS.' All Saints' College, Bathurst THE PREPARATORY SCHOOL, for Boys under 12 years, will be RE-OPENED i NkXT TERM, and will be under the control of the Headmaster, assisted by an University graduate from one of the leading Preparatory Schools of the Sydney district. Only a limited number of Day Boys can be taken. H. E. BRITTEN. MR. C. A. JAliMAN (Follow' of the Guild of Organists, London) C...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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PERFECT DIGESTION MEANS PERFECT HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

PBRFKOT- DlUlslSTlON MEANS Vim-' ' . FECT HEALTH. - A good stomach keeps every part of the body. iu perfect condition, and . Disease cannot break in. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are a natural rem edy tor all disorders and weaknesses of the stomach. They possess exactly the same properties as the gastric jui ces and other ? digestive fluids o£ the stomach. They actually do the diges tive work of the stomach, and enable that organ to rest, recuperate, and ^ become sound aud healthy . They act in a mild, natural maimer, aud cause no disturbance in the cllgesttiv^ la 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 of the. food and perfect as similation of the food nutriment. Every organ of the body is kept iu repair, and good .health nlefcessarily results. At the same time the stomach, being relieved of its work^ gets well and strong. Obt...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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BATHURST FAT CATTLE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

.BATHURST FAT CATTLE SALES. ; E. H., Taylor and Co. report only AO head, medium quality cattle yarded to the usual attendance of buyers. We sold 50 bullocks, cows, and steers as follows: On account of Keeuan Bros., 25 bullocks and steers, averaging £6 Is 2d; on account Mr. Marling, 23 head bullocks, made from £6 13s to £8 2s; cows, £4 2s to £5 3s, the lot aver aging £5 17s 3d; 2 local cows, £4 10s. ' Fat ..sheep, 223 yarded. We sold on account Geo. Jones, 143 lambs, 7/ to 7/6; on account J. H. Stewart, SO prime fat wethers, 10/3.

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AUSTRALIA'S SYMPATHY. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

AUSTRALIA'S SYMPATHY. ' Melbourne, Thursday. The Prime Minister and State Gov ernor have received replies from the Italian Government expressing thanks for the sympathy shown in. connection with the disaster in Sicily. Mr. Mais tre, acting Consul-General for Italy, has addressed appeals for funds for the relief- of the sufferers to the Melbourne papers, and it is believed that a con siderable response will he elicited. It is proposed to raise a national sub scription.

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ATTEMPT TO WRECK A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

Attempt to wreck a train. The' passenger train which arrives at. Guildford from Liverpool at about 6 p.m. on \3untiaysj encountered an obstacle iu the shape of a lump ot iron, which was fixed across the rails about midway jbetween the orefhead pipe line and the GuildtorH' railway station. The driver of the engine did not perceive the obstruction, but felt the jumping as the engine ran over it. Luckily, no liarm resulted, as the train was full of passengers returning from a day's pleasure-seeking. The obstruction must have , been placed on the line some time between the pass ing of a train shortly after 1 o'clock in the afternoon and the arrival of tlla 6 o'clock train, but it appears- that there 'were 110 eye-Xvitnessiep Jof . thei dastardly act. . Visits have been made to the spot by the' police and a black tracker dur ing the week, and it is rumored that a clue has been picked up which may result in an arrest being made shoitr liv ' j I ' '- - ! t

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AN ASTOUNDING COUNTRY. WARNING ONLY LAST MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

AN ASTOUNDING COUNTRY, -'i WARNING ONLY LAST MONTH. Rsad any book about the worlcTa earthquakes aud the names of ttw towns which are scattered through: this morning's cables, says the 'Herald,' ?Ionteleone, Catazaro, Messina, Polisto »a, and the reet-wili be houwAoId words before you come to the' end. News only came to hand by yester day's mail that an earthquake happen ed in Calabria on November last. Vhe last three years' tell the following his tory: — 1908, Nov. 20: Si;ock in Calabria. 1907, Oct. 28: Shock in Monteleone. 1907, Oct. 27: Strong shock in Mon teleone; 600 victims, 1907, April 14: Shock in StromboH. 1906, June 10: Twio strong shocks at Reggio aud Monteleone. 1905, Oct. 30: Two weak shocks and a strong one at Monteleone and Cat anzaro. 1905, Oct. 14: At Monteleoue. 1905, Sept. 14: At Reggio and Mes sina. 1905, Sept. 8: 2000 people killed by j two severe' undulating shocks, Tasting a very short time in Messina, Monte ; ieone (600 killed), Catanzaro (450 kill ed, 1000 in...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Church Services. SUNDAY, JANUARY 8. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

' Church Services. SUNDAY, JANUARY 8. j OHURCH'OF ENGLAND. j PAKISH OF O'CONNELL. O'Connell— 11 a.m. Brewongle— 3 p.m. ,: BimbenanS — 3 p.m. Mountain Homo— 10.30 a.m. Tarana— 3 p.m. /? Oboron— 7.30 p.m.

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Boxing. POLICE SCARE OFF BIG GAME. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

Boxing. j POLICE SCARE OFF BIG GAME. Sydney, Thursday. In view of the attitude taken up by the police' authorities towards boxing contests, Mr. H. D. Mcintosh has de cided to promote no more big matches in Sydney, The idea of the match be tween Jeffries and Johnson arose spon taneously as the result of last Satur day's contest. Mr. Mcintosh will be tendered -a farewell dinner to-night. Melbourne, Thursday. A cable received by Mr. Jack Wren f!om W. Naughton, sporting editor of the 'Frisco 'Examiner,' announces lliat JeffrleB refused an offer made by Wrcu of £10,000, win, lose or draw, to come to Australia and fight Jack i'olii'ton next Cup day. Jeffries added that he had finally: retired from the xine.

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EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS AT PERTH, WEST AUSTRALIA. Perth, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS AT PERTH, WEST AUSTRALIA. Perth, Wednesday. Mr. Cook, the Government Astron omer, reports that the first prelimin ary tremors of the Italian earthquake reached the seismograph at Perth Ob servatory at four minutes past 12 (W. A. time) on the 28th. The vibration continued to affect the instrument for 47 minutes, when -a second and more intense series of waves arrived. There ?appear to have been two periods of maximum intensity, the waves from which reached Perth as . at 12 .52 and 1.10 p.m., corresponding to 5.52 and 6.10 a.m., .European time, whicb.^ is the standard in. Italy. Thei last trace occurred at 2.18, or 7 .'IS Italian time.

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Thin Sowing. A SUCCESSFUL EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

Thin Sowing. A SUCCESSFUL EXPERIMENT. |. Mr. R, W. Peacock, manager of the i Experimental Farm, informs us that he: 'has just completed another ex periment in thin sowing and the re sults are very satisfactory. From a stud block of Cleveland wheat on one tenth of an acre, the yield was 4 bushels, lib. from 9oz. of seed. This gives a yield per acre of 40 bushels lOlbs. from 51b. lOoz. of seed to the acre. This seed yielded 428 times more than the amount sown and Is the [highest yield from any of the stud ?blocks during the several droughts ever experienced in the Bathurst dis trict. It also proves, that there are great possibilities in thin seeding..

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SUNDAY DRINKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

SUNDAY DRINKING. ;'I -have lived on; the Continent where the hotels were open on Sunday, and I have not found: any drunkenness. I maintain if it is wrong for me to have a glass of vale oil. ? Sunday, it ia wrong for mo- to have' 'it ou Saturday. You would have less drunkenness if you . ; had ' hotels ;? open, for . a certain time on Sunday, and saw that the law was properly obeyed. ' However, that doesn't come within tho scope of my address. — Mr. W. A. Lloyd in ans wer to a question. ? - ? ,

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WANTING ATTENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

WANTING' ATTENTION. A visit of Ihe Sanitary Inspector is necessary in - 'ICeppel-street near the bridge as the body of a dead dog. has been lying at the corner of Keppel and Ranken-streets for the past two or three days. The smell has now become so 'high' that persons pass by the; spot' hurriedly. A second carcase ' lies at' the corner of -Stewart , and Piper, and 'that is not wholesome.' '

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THE MESSINA EARTHQUAKE. WHOLE TOWN DISAPPEARS. RELIEF WORK. London, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

THE MESSINA EARTHQUAKE. I WHOLE TOWN DISAPPEARS. RELIEF WORK. London, December 31. A naval officer who left Messina for Reggio di Calabria, has telegraphed that he could not find Reggio. It ex ists, but is no longer where' it was. There are a thousand dead at Bagu ara, 16 miles north-east of Reggio. Hundreds of injured have been re moved to Napl03. Sufferers describe the city of Messina as a gigantic dust heap, and statei that only a few thou sand inhabitants escaped. The British: steamer Drake rescued 250 people, and the crew of a British merchantman rescued many from burning houses. Out of 100 post office employees at Messina only six escaped. The garri son was also reduced to a small num ber. A train from Palermo was unable to get within 10 miles of Messina, all the buildings and bridges having collapsed. A Berles of shock was felt at Paler mo, Sicily, on Monday afternoon. H.M.S. Exmouth will convey from Malta stores, mattresses, blankets, and beef, to Messina. ' ? . The military...

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A LOVER'S SECRET. CHAPTER XXXIV. (continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

' A LOVER'S SECRET.' CHAPTER XXXIV. rcontinued). Of course, that was mere bravado on her ladyship's part. Sh« had too ?much senfee not to , know that ®h9i would only make matters worse for her by anything of that sort. . . ..But the threat had its effect on Rial. A radical change toad come upon v - .that gentllemai^s sentiments. Witlr the conviction of his master's treachery to him about Rose Altman, and his knowledge of Rose's falsehood also, had come a firm belief in Lady Disbro's innocence, as well as a de sire to be revenged on both Rose and. his master. Ho shut the door Lady Disbro had just entered and locked it. Then he opened-the door, and spoke to the officers who had been, indeed, there, - in such a manner that they went away after.a few moments without a ous picion that- Lady Disbro was near. Rial said iber ladyship had just gone. -- When, he unlocked and opened the pdor for .her. Edith's first words ? were;: . . ? 'What of my husband?' 'He's hid away lu ouo of the rooms i...

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

TERRIBLE FATE. It's a terrible fate to .suffer from se rious Lung Trouble. Ward it off with ; . Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. Price, 1/G and :s/. Obtainable at Mockler — i , Bros., George-st., Bathurst; E. Mor gan, Burraga.' ? , A_1great law SUIT DECIDED deddedSUtwranC°U^' tho PeoPle. ^vo 'sLt - ui st, E. Morgan, Burraga.* 13 fie family Stimulant |T imparts lasting 1 exhilaration, and 1 i need only be taken in § small quantities aigh4 | and morning. I DUES creiiippc i j Weak and Exhausted — Almost Ready to Surrender and Cease Fighting the Battle of Life. If your blood c i r c u 1 a t e s yffivfex i ? poorly and your jfip ? nerves are 0WS weak ; if you are despondent and discouraged, ifjlMflW with stomach out t jjjwWr ; ; of order, and have |||w ..?indigestion, sick- MIm headache, weak D' muscles, and you find your day's duties almost too much for you — then there is help for you in AYER'S Sarsaparilia It will arouse the digestive glands to more activity, will purify your blood, help ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

It was the residence of Dr. San it as. . .Lady Disbro had a long conference with (he doctor, after which she gave Rial new orders. Dr. Sanitas was an old friend. 'She would remain there till the following day. Rial was to learn what he could, without, exciting suspicion, of the whereabouts and plans of Heath i cote and Rose, and come back tomor row to Dr. Sanitas with his informa tion. Dr. Sanitas went away when Rial did, and did not return till far into the night. Then he went away again in the morning, and came back about one o'clock. Rial was already there. The proceedings against Lady Disbro had been kept very quiet , so far. They were looking for her, but not in. a very active manner.. I-Iealhcote was in Charges-street still, j 'Is all ready?' Lady Disbro inquired i of Dr. Sanitas. ' j 'Everything, my ilady,' - the Vlactor ! answered), obsequiously. But lie ' looked somewhat anxious and disturb ed. I don't like the idea of taking him by force. It would be so much easier to use ...

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES.' . - Sydney, Thuraday. ' Tliirty-nine ' thousand sheep and lambs were 'Offered .by. ..auction, at Homebush. -to-day/ and values showed a slight increased 1 Wethers realised from . 5/ to 13/6, and ewes 4/ to 13/. Lambs , sold at 3/ to 12/6. A large num ber of cattle was disposed of but no quotations are available.

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SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

i - SYDNEY- PRODUCE SALES.: ' .'.Sydney, .Thursday. At Sydney produce sales to-day choice chaff realised 4/6 to '4/9; prime 4/1- to 4/4. Choice' small bale Mudgee lucerne hay found buyers at 5/ to 5/6, and choice large bales to 4/4. Prime large realised 3/11 and, medium . 3/ . One truckload of lucerne chaff was knocked down at 5/. Wheat sold well at 3/. Four trucks of potatoes were offered, and choice new season's se cured bids . up to 9/10, prime 8/2 to 8/10, and others 6/3 to 7/7. : ;

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SUSSEX-STREET PRICES. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

SUSSEX-STREET PBIOES. Sydney, Thutsday. Whe8t, 3s 9d to 3s Ud. Flour. Sjdney roller, £9 5s ;. country makes, £9. . Mill oftal, bran ar.d pollard, N.S.W., £6 per ton. Bran, £5. Pollard. £6. Maize, prime dry yellow, 4s 3d; weevily, 4s ; island maize, 4s ; Melbourne, 4s 6d ; Java, :4s. Barley, Cape, 4s to 4s 2d. Oats, Tasmanian, 2s 9d ; New Zea land. 2a 9d to 2s lid. Wheat, prime chick, 3s lOd to -la. Chaff : South Australian, prime, £-1 6s to 14 10s ; mediiim, *4 '.to £4 7s 6d ; Vic torian oaten, £4 10s. Oaten hay, Victorian, £6 10s. Derrick straw, Tasmanian, £2 15s 6d. ' Lucerne, £'2 to £3 153. ? ; , Potatoes, Victtrian, £G; Hunter Kiver, £6. Onions, Victorian, £6. Butter, choicest, 96b; good, 92a to 94s; second aud medium, 84s to 90s. . Bacon, prime factory, sideB, 9Jd to 9jfd ; flitches, 8jd to 9d ; middles, 10{dtol0jd; bacon hams, lid to Is; special brands, sides, 9|d to lOJd ; flitches, 8jd to 9Jd ; middles lOd to lid ; seed hams, double covers, Is Id to Is 3d ; single covers, la...

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SNOW STORMS IN ENGLAND. London, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 1 January 1909

SNOW STORMS IN ENGLAND. 1 London, December- Si'. The Scottish express was dug out at Drumlithic after 28 hours delay. Other trains were rescued with less difficulty. The price of coal in London has risen 4/ per- ton.

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