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CHINESE GOVERNMENTAL CRISIS. London, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909

CHINESE 'GOVERNMENTAL CRISIS. 'London, January 6.' Yunslilhkal was dismissed ostensibly on the plea that he was suffering from an affection 'oFtLe foot, but really as the i-eiult of a powerful attempt on the''pai*t of tiro Mahchus .to regain the ascendency in China. :

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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KING TO VISIT GERMANY. London, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909

KING TO. VISIT GERMANY. -.vTLondon, . January 5. King 'Edward and-Queon Alexandra will go to Berlin, during the second] week in 'February.

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RUSSIAN TERRORIST PLOT. REVENGE FOR INJUSTICE. London. January 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909

RUSSIAN TERRORIST PLOT. REVENGE FOR INJUSTICE. ' London. 'January 6. The' plot, the-' discovery of which was cabled yesterday, was unearthed after M. MelinkofE's protest to the Duma against sentences- of death pass ed v on 32 workmen participating ' in the railway strike at Kateriuoslov in 190G, at a court-maTUal held after tlier ' had been quietly pursuing their avosa'ri tions for three yoars. I The ne wspapers have ueen pre leav ing against these and numerous, other death. sentences. . . ; . Fourteen executions took place yels terday at Lodz and Nijui Novgorod, and fifteen -^persons w«re sentenced to death elsewhere.

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BIG FIRE AT BRISBANE. Brisbane. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909

Iff BIG FIRE' AT BRISBANE. I Brisbane. Tuesday;. I The five-storied premises of Roth well, Ltd., tailors, etc., Edward street, were almost completely gutted 'by fire' at an early hour this morning. The stock on the ground floor 'alone ?was saved.' The damge is estimated ' at £20.000.

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STEAMERS IN COLLISION. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909

|f|, STEAMERS IN COLLISION. ; I If Sydney, Tuesday. The steamer - Moruya collided with If the same company's steamer Peter- 1 flf borough, at the 'Illawarra Wharf, Syd p: liey, this morning. Only slight dam Is age resulted 'from 'the mishap.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909

V'j Mr. A. Anglin, Eureka-street, Ballurnt' 1 'Vic., writes : ' ' Chamborlain's Colio, Cholera ft4 mid Diarrlicoa Romedy is a tip-top romedy for cramps in tho stomach, diarrhoea and dysentry. I have used it and can therefore Ss. attoat to its merits. I never fail to praise Ohamborlain' J Colic, Oliolera and Diarrlicsa Remedy whenever an opportunity presents ?M ''itself.' For sale by L. Edgley and Co. 'I

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SIR THOMAS BENT RESIGNS Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909

W SIR THOMAS BENT, RESIGNS. ; ' Melbourne, Tuesday. . ! At a meeting of Ministerialists held to-day, ' Sir Thomas Bent uncondition ally resigned from ' the Premiership. At tlie same time, lie announced that ihe' would not be a candidate for any future ministry. 'A conference of Ministerialists and Liberals will con ?sequently be held to-night ? to decide matters relating to the' political out look, i - ;

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POPULAR COMEDIAN SUICIDES. SOFTENING OF THE BRAIN. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909

» POPULAR COMEDIAN SUICIDES. ft; SOFTENING OF THE BRAIN. Mi Sydney, Tuesday. |||r George' Laurie, the popular comedian, jrapf who has been recuperating at Bay'View, near Manly, following on a- severe breakdown, committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razoi. It is said that $'r instead of improving, his health steadily became worse, and that during the past few days there has been a distinct sign V ' of softening of the brain. Laurie leaves a wife and one son, 2 1 years of age.

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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH The Broken Hill Trouble. THE POLICE OUT-MANAEUVRED. RAILWAY LINE TORN UP. Broken Hill, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909

NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (From New South Wales Country I :t Press Association ). ' The Broken Hill Trouble. 1|| THE POLICE OUT-MANOEUVRED. Wi RAILWAY LINE TORN UP. . H-- ? ? ' Broken Hill, Tuesday. i - At about i o clock to-day some men succeeded in destroying portion of the .railway between Block ioand Block 11. ? They cut the rails with a chisel to effect their object. Two hundred men made a demonstra tion on Block 10 of the Proprietary ||l||f. Mine, and while the police were drawn I®, there ta resist the supposed attack, the others got to the railway. j|| Fifty more police are leaving Sydney || for Btoken Hill to-night. ® -: Melbourne, Tuesday. m- ?: Mr. Thomas, Postmaster-General, has 8®: received a telegram from Broken Hill to |§ the effect that the Unionists were quite j|ife willing to send a delegate, invested with lllll full powers, to confer with a delegate 1®$!^.. from the Proprietary Company, and Mr. Illll; Justice Higgins, of the Federal Arbitra P||§? ' lion-Coutt, respecting t...

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AN ABORTIVE COMMISSION. POSTAL INVESTIGATION BREAKING UP. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909

m AN ABORTIVE' COMMISSION. H' POSTAL ' INVESTIGATION BREAK -ING' UP. it. ' Melbourne, Tuesday. P ? It is understood tliat tlie resigua p tiou' from' tlie' Postal Commission of ||i Messrs. Hume Cook aud Carty Sal i. mon, will lie accepted, and that no steps will be taken: to fill tlie vacan I; cies thus caused. It is thought tbat § possibly, i£ tills is, done, tlie remaiu j§' ing four members of tlie Commission &?'; will also resign. if ?

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A JEALOUS HUSBAND. SHOOTS HIS WIFE AND HIMSELF. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909

A JEALOUS HUSBAND. SHOOTS HIS WIFE AND HIMSELF. Ist'dlT Sydney, Tuesday. $/'£' Shortly before noon to-day shots were heard^at a house at Hamilton, near f,1 Newcastle, and an examination being made, Mrs. Handle, wife of the occu pant, was found seriously wounded with a bullet wouud in the chest. In a pad dock near by, her husband was discover WM: ed shot through the head. Mrs. Randle stated that her husband shot her and $-, then rushed from the house to commit suicide. Randle was a blacksmith, Si' working at the Engineering Works, M,' Wickham, 'and the- couple have only ||j£ been married for five ,veeks. Jealousy is caid to have been- the cause ot the ski crime. . ? .

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FRENCH CONSUL DEAD. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909

m: . ? ? : ? ? Sf; ' FRENCH CONSUL DEAD. . : ^ Sydney, Tuesday. I Pannard, the' French Consul General, died suddeuly this morning sjfll' at his residence, Darlinghurst.

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SUCCESSFUL GAMBLING RAID. OVER £100 IN FINES. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 6 January 1909

SUCCESSFUL GAMBLING RAID. ??J OVER £100 IN FINES. . I Sydney, Tuesday. ! i- As a result 'of a raid upon a gam-, tiling school : at midnight on Saturday last, there was a strong flavour ;of China at tlie' -Redferu Police Court to-day. 'One of 'the 'Celestials was fined '£10 and costs, another £25, and thirty-four others £2 each, iu de fault fourteen .days' imprisonment. ? Tho instruments of gambling were ordered to- be destroyed, and the mo ney found on the tableland floor to be forfeited. ' , _ (

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COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER 1. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909

COMRADES IS ARMS. CHAPTER 1. (TOiiijuuecF). j Without kowlug why, however, Au drey had (taken p, diRlik* Lc? her that she could uol overcome. As tin© only daughter of CqIouoI Perming, she was, of course, obliged to meet her at the different regimeutal 'functions, for the Royal Hussars were hospitably inclin ed, but she refraiuod from cultivating her at other times. '*1 suppose you admke Mrs. Carter tremendously,' she observed, after a few minutes' Silence. Eliot laughed ths 'Suggeatiofi away. 'Not a bit of it; I'm only goiue this ereuiug, because she ?wrote to say she v/&9 off gomfewhert! to-morrow. I'll get away early, too, atiS look in ou your self and tiie colonel when you get back from the dinner. He asked Me to do so . this morning.' : * 1 ; Audrey's faoe became wreathed in smiles again. Eliot was not going of his own free will then, and the rumors she lrad heard to the effect that he had become enslaved of Mildred Carter's ctliarms were' clearly unfounded. ' She smiled...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909

Mr. A. Anelln, Eurcka-etreet, Bnllarat, Vic., writes : ' Ch amberlain's Colic, Cholern and Diatrliroa Remedy is a tip-top romed.v for cramps in the Btomr.ch, diarrhoea end dy son try. I hove used it and can thetefore attest to its merits I never fail to praiBo Chamberlain'*) Colic, Cholera and Dlarrlicea Bamedyi whenever an opportunity presents itself.' For ale by L. Edgley and Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909

THE ROYAL WELSH MALE CHOIR SINGTN BATHURST TO-NIGHT. SCHOOL OF ARTS HALL. Direction of J. and N. TAIT. TU15 PERSONIFICATION OF MELODY. To-Miglat. To-Wiglxi POSITIVELY ONLY TU-NIGIIT. THE ROYAL WELi iVIALE CHOIR THE ROYAL WELSH MALE CHOIR THE ROYAL WELSH IVIALE CHOIR THE ROYAL WELSH IVIALE CHOIR The World's Finest Choristers. AN ABSOLTE REVELATION IN CHORAL ? MUSIC. -THE MOST ASTOUNDING TRIUMPH THE AUSTRALASIAN-CONCENT PLAT FORM HAS ISVISR KNOWN. ' The Natural Wild-bird Note in the Welsh . Voice has'mado their Choral Singing . sumethiug to bu remombered.' PRICES: 5s (reserved), 3s, 2s; aud limited. iUox iPlau ? and . 3h and 2s Tickets at j SLADE'S. In view of crowded attendances, intonding patrons' are'advised to RoBorvo Seats before hand. ' ' -, O. O. CAMPBELL, Manager. - ^Technical School of Music. 1 152 William-street. PIANO, SINGING, THEORY. Pupiis prepared for College Fsaininatioae. Fees from £1 Is. PRINCIPAL : MISS ETHEl. BRAY. ( MUSIC. MISS ELSIE.WHITE resumos tuition on .MOND...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909

The voman ©a tho right nsrer esed Ayer*® Hafe Vigor. Sheneg lacte4her hair, and hot fc«welf Buf fers from aegleet. On the ewirary, ttxs vomaa en the left has alwayi ssed Ayer's Hair Vigor, and o*®» to it Braeh ®f her youthful appwr ftBce sad attractiveness. Mijer'a %air Vigor preiawis lieastiftil hair. L o»ff, rieh, &#avy *»ir. geft and eilky hair, freo froia daoifeff. to Or. f. C. -y«r & Cti. L»nit, Km,. U.S.A. PERFECT BlliB&TH2£J MEANS 1'UK FECT J3EALTH. A eooi staraadb. keeps every part of the body in perfect condition, and Disease cannot break In. Or. Sheldon's Digestive Tabnl'eB are a natural rem edy for all disorders and weaknesses ot the etomach. Tboy possess exactly th« same urop.er.fie3 as gastric jui ces and afiiar (ligestiva fluids of the stomach. They aeUually do t ke diges tive work of the stomach, and enable that argau to rest, recuperate, and become sound and healthy. They act ia a mini, natural manner, and cause bo dieturbaHoe ill (the dti£res...

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PARKES WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909

PARKES WATER SUPPLY. A telegram from Parked states tliat the condition of the local water supply is rapidly approaching a crisis. ~ Only a little over five weeks' water now remains in the Bumbury reservoir. With the decreasing supply the quality' of the water lias also very much deteriorated.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909

ALL ARE UNITED In saying that for an Stomach Trou [ bles there is no remedy like Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Price 2/6 per tin. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George-street, Bathurst; E. Morgan, Burraga.*

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Turon Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 7 January 1909

Turon Shire council. The monthly meeting of the Turon Shire Council was held at the Council Chambers, Kelso, yesterday. The President, Councillor H. C. Suttor, oc cupied the chair, aud there were pre sent also Deputy President Hodge, Councillors McKenzie, Lovett, Sulli van, and Wark. Correspondence. A resident of South Bathurst, End ing it impossible to keep up in the payment of rates for land at Hill End, informed the Council that in lieu there of they might take possession of the land in Question.' — Received. Mr. George Trevitt drew attention to the fact that certain streets in the village of Peel had been fenced across by the trustees of the Peel Common. Altogether three or four had been thus dealt with, and he' desired to give no tice that they should be opened. — The letter was referred to the Engineer for report. The Municipality of Corowa asked that a representative of the Council be sent to a conference concerning the proposed Fire Brigades Bill, to be held at Corowa 011 th...

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