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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

General News. The Prime Minister states that if the New South Wales Government ask ed for the1 assistance of the military, at Broken Hill, it would, under the Constitution, 'have to ue. given. The New South Wales Government intends to donate £5000 to the Italian Relief Fun'd. The New Zealand Go vernment is sending a- similar^sum. junii Anderson, a middle-aged man, committed suicide in Caledonian Cham bers, Kalgoorlie. He ? mew his head off with dynamite. ? Now is the time to take a holiday, get out into the country, on' the mountains, and. visit the seashore, but, do not forget to take a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi era, and Diarrhoea Remedy along with you. It is almost certain to be needed, and can not bo obtained on railroads or steamships. It is too much of a risk for anyone to learo home ona journey .without if. For sale by L; Edgley and Co. The conference of the' Shop Assist- - ants and Warehouse Employees Fed eration, passed a motion for the abo lition of differential l...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

™ ! - fWST) 1 *«* (toKElS |tetior Salesmen V*— Agents. REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS. MARSUPIAL SKINS. SELLING ifj|| PER CENT. OHARGES gfaa ON WOOL. SELL0R3© S3K0KE&8S ©WILY Offices and Stores i CIRCULAR QUAY, ? SYDNEY. QUICK RETURNS. LIBERAL ADVANCES. ~ WALTER TINSLEY, Licensed Plumber & k'sislitfe Holder of Master Plumber Diploma, isuurd hy the Sydnoy Xoohnioal Colloge.) Hot Water & Sanitary Engineer Sllaotrioal & Mechanioal Bellfitter Wind Mills & Pumps fixed & repaired GslvauiHed Iron Work of Every Description: Address : 1 64 Piper St. Bathurst LAW FORMSilof alii kinds majTbp obtained at THIS OFFICE. ^ ABRAMM'S'lISr| THE GREAT LIVER TONIO AND I BLOOD PURIFIER. t'-- ' ™'~' ''''' A Positive Cure for INDIGESTION. BILLIOUSNESS. I DYSPEPSIA. GOUT & RHEUMATISM. KIDNEY TROUBLES. ^ purely Vegetable Compound). ^ ' HAS STOOD THE TEST OP SO YEARS. J The Snfe^Remedy for REMOVES URIC ACID. I pko&am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

GOT I RELIEF f- HHipH VVhlch Spread Over Hands,. Arms, Neck, and Face— Face so Swollen She Could Not See — DoctorCalled H Incurable— Treated by Many but Grew Steadily Worse UNTIL WHOLLY CURED BY CUT1CURA REMEDIES _ 'My wife Trim cured of eczema about ? 3x years ago. It came between her tttigtrs and op the palms. She was ad vised by friends first to try one thing and then another but it continued to spread to the elbows. She had the ad vice of three doctors. The first said there was no cure. The second said the disease was duo to the change of air and water — our homo being in Kent. She continued with him for about three months but she still got ?worse. Much against my wish she went to tho hospital. They gave her a prescription for ointment only. That , did not satisfy me, so filter a week I went with her to another doctor, as tho eczema began to show on her face. He said ho could cure her but it would take a long timo. lie attended her fivo creeks, giving her medicine and oint ment....

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PECULIAR CASE OF BLOOD POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

PECULIAR CASE OF BLOOD POISONING. ? ' Miss/Mendham, from Barry, was re cently brought to the Carcoar Hospital suffei ing from blcod poisoning. She was awakened by acute pain between her toes. No insect bite or injury could be .traced. . The worst symptoms setting in, it was found necessary to amputate her foot near the ankle. The patient is progressing remarkably well.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

? TERRIBLE FATE.' It's a; terrible fate to ' suffer from ee rious Ltrng Trouble. Ward it off with Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. Price, 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George-Bt., Bathurst; E. Mor san, BumnaV-^ , , U!

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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POSTAL RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

POSTAL RECEIPTS. Figures relating to' the revenue re ceived by the Postmaster-General's Department for the six months ended December 31, 1908, were made avail able on Wednesday. These show that ^1,686,383 was received, as against £ij 620; 419 for the corresponding period of the-previous year. The increase is, therefore, ^65,965. This is far short of the increase anticipated by Sir William Lyne in hjs Budget speech, when he estimated the increase at ,£92,950 for the halfr.year.

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Motion Ruled Out of Order. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

Motion Ruled Out ot Order. Alderman Beavis had given notice of his intention to move at the last Coun cil meeting: ' (1) That a stone and cement crossing be' made in Howick street, over the Vale Creek, at a pro bable cost of £30; (2) That a gas lamp be erected over the crossing at a prob able cost of £5.' He pointed out that there waa a ' considerable amount of traffic at this spot leading to the Cricket Ground. Tho overiiead bridge' was not too safe when a crowd was on it. The stone's' were lying there handy. Tt would be as great a success as the one recently built near Lambert-street. Alderman Gilmour seconded the' mo tion. Alderman: Perry' thought the' ques tion should be referred to the Works Committee for report. The Mayor eaid sometimes after heavy rain, big floods cp,me. down the Creek and he questioned if the' crossing would stand. Mr. Campbell, the Over seer, had' never seen one ' of these floods. Alderman Beavis said Mr. Campbell had told lilira it would stand the floods. ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAGGA'S DILEMMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

WAGGA'S DILEMMA. ?-.'- -I11 consequence of the despatch of a squad of police to Broken. Hill, the pro tection^of-th^,.lown _o'rWapga- has 'been: reduced to one constable'. ' Four loot men remain, th^re. One is guarding a lunatic, another- guards a would-be suicider'a;thifd is'ion t.he;sick list. The one representative, of the law patrols the streets. ? : - ,- :.n- - .. ?

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General News [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

General News v. ' |f] : The State. , J'rejflfe?,''; has'' '''couf^'red with the Pp.ime Minister in^regard to the Broken;Hill 'Strike:- Wade described opinions as satisfactory;''^ '][?' Mr. Wade ?aid' hec- thoughti it j ^v:as desirable that the Federal' Court should ba allowed;vtbi deal ^jyithj. it, since .the parties had Voluntarily1 --invoked | its assistance. ' The maintenance of law and order was au obligation that rest ed upon the State, and 'must be carried out in the interests of the general com munity. ... . .' : j. A 'report received by^ the ; Minister for Publlc'Mnstruction shows that out' of 30,000 school children in the' metro politan area, about 10 per cent, were found ;to be suffering from various ail ments'. -' - - ... In the'' Newcastle district, 1389 cases of ailments among 35,000 children Were discovered. The report includes find ings as to the growth and mental de velopment of the children. According to Mr. M. A. Noble, the es timate of £18,000 as the proceeds of t...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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AN INDEX EXPURGATORIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

AN INDEX- EXPURGATORIPUS. 1 It was decided. 011 Wednesday : nigUt, at the monthly meeting of the Council of the National Rifle Association of this State, that a letter would be writ ten to all rifle associations in Austra: lasia suggesting that a l-eciprocai agree ment be enterect into recognising dis qualifications imposed 'by auy of the associations entering into such ar rangement; also that the branch Asso ciations -be informed of any existing disqualifications, j and' instructed 'not 'to accepfonTries. from. disqualSied persons. (

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Machattie Park Lake. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

Machattie Park Lake} .When the report from the Head, Gar dener, was under consideration at the; Council meeting 011 Wednesday even-, ing Alderman Gartrell remarked that foe. thought the question of the lake' would have to' be dealt with. He thought it Should lie partly filled up as it now was altogether too deep and consumed too much water. It was about four feet in depth, and held as much water as one of the reservoirs., He intended putting a resolution on so that the question-' might .be considered in connnection1 with the. estimates next year. Alderman Gilnfour remarked, that this ;, was one of the Chief adornments of the city and it would be a pity to ilj'i , itUE, / 1. * ? Uw„.C*A».;., ! - . -i... - J' A\

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The Australian Footballers. LEAGUERS HAVE A WIN. London, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

'The. Australian Footballers. LEAGUERS HAVE A WIN. London, January 7. The Australian Rugby Football League t°am met Widness yesterday and won by i3;poInts to 2. *'?' Th'6 first half was even and point less.' Frawley scored two tries for the Australians shortly after the 'se cond-spell commenced, and Messenger added another. The latter also kick ed two goalsr' Widness scored a drop ped goal just on time. , .

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Municipal Council. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

Municipal ^Couucil. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 0. ' Present: The Mayor- (Alderman' FriB: Kenny), Aldermen H. P. Craig, E.';T. Webb, W. J. McPhillamy,, H. C. Bea vls, W. Drydeu, R. h. Gilmour, A, Uar treil, T. Perry. , Correspondence, T Fire Brigades Bill. An invitation was extended by the ? Corowa Municipality to delegates from presentatives of the' Fire Brigades 0/1 January 25th to discuss the proposed Fire Brigades 13111 'with a view of hav ing clauses amended. On the motion of Alderman McPhil lamy, seconded by Alderman Perry, the letter was received. None of the Alder men were anxious to visit Corowa. Denison Bridge. J. Miller, ML. A., enclosed a com munication from th5 Works Depart ment having reference to the necessity to provide refuges on the Denison Bridge' and the erection of a lamp at its centre. The Minister has ap proved of the erection of two refuges at an estimated cost of £30. The matter of lighting was for the Councils concerned. — Received. Water Service. John Meagher and C...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, JANUARY 10. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

Church Services. SUNDAY, JANUARY 10. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF O'CONNFJ/Ti. Beaconsfield — 10.30 a.m. Oberon — 3 p.m. ; . O'Connell— 7.30 p.m. Rydnl— 10.30 a.m. lit. Lnmbiii— 3 p.m. ; Sunny Corner— 7.30 p.m.

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"Who is James Davern." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

' Who is James Davern.' The Council Clerk read a letter at the meeting on Wednesday evening, bearing the signature 'James Davern,' in which certain allegations. -were' made against residents in Durham-istreet— * near Stewart-street— for allowing wat er to run to waste. These people had-l gardens and paddocks. They were able to sell both vegetables and flowers. The water was running all night and not only was the; ground soaked, but ;the water flowed over into the street. The Water Inspector was hard enough on some' ratepayers! but tnese were not inj. terfered with. ': Alderman Perry: .He is' gairie enough to sign Wis name. The Council' Cleric: It is- not the inan who wrote the letter. We know pretty well wEo wrote it. It is not the :first of the kind that litis been received. The Mayor: We Ho not know a James Davern. .? ? : . The Council 'Clerk: There is a Denis Davern, but I do not know of a James Daverri. Alderman McPihillamy: If this is an anonymous communication we should take n...

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Sydney Share Market. Sydney Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

Sydney Share Market. Svdnev.'Thursdav. Latest quotations ,y: ? Broken Hill South- (con ), 7Gs-6d Broken Hill South (paid), 80s.

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Governmental Delays. HOW COUNTRY COUNCILS ARE TREATED. A STRONG PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

. Governmental Delays. . HOW, COUNTRY COUNCILS AltE . v'.-. XREAThD.' i A. STRONG PROTEST. A circular from a Government De partment'' to the Bathurst 'Municipal Council gave rise, on' Wednesday night, to some iurtiier 'straight' talk on the part of 'the Aldermen. . - The Under Secfratary of 'Publio Works Department wrote intimating that six copies of the Local Govern ment Amendment Act. had been for warded with distinctive type sbowiug how it is affected by the' Act. The prin cipal Act, together' with amendments would be available in a few weeks. At tention was drawn to the changes made' respecting the sanitary service, garbage service and street lighting, also a new section re borrowing. Alderman Webb said it was difficult to understand how matters were man aged in the Government Printing Of fice. They were. so far behind in print ing Acts of Parliament that it was impossible for country Councils to get copies in time. It was quite time at tention was drawn to these matters. If the...

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A DANGEROUS SPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

A DANGEROUS SPOT. Alderman' Gartrell, at tho request of .Alderman James, moved at the Council meeting on Wednesday night: 'That a fence be erected on the northern Bide of the Jordan Creek from the Howlck street bridge, along the dangerous part of the creek, at a probable cost of £3 10s.' Ho was not sure where this place was and he formally moved tho motion, Alrlprmfl-n 'Ftesrvin seconded the motion. If the place was dangeTous it should receive attention. Alderman Webb point ed out that tliero was already a two rail fence there. The palings had been torn oft and burnt. The motion was carried.; ;

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TO STOP BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

TO STOP' BOXING. Mr. Wade' says' that; lie ? does not.in; lend that any more prize-fights of the Burns-Johnson class shall take place 111 'Sydue£ {Nobody, /he .concedes,, wants to' stoi)' legitimate' boxing,- but prize-fighting for money, and the bat j tering of one's opponents, likethe 10 ! cenj.; spectacle,^ be' places 3n.a .totally differgut category^' The matteiy is to hi *roftii*nc M flvd U'ey. He will then go into the subject in detail. Mr. ;iWad(S was much in terested iu Melbourne .on Wednesday in w statement that a bill was once introduced in the Victorian Parliament to prohibit boxing contests, but was afterwrads -abandoned. All the same, he does not tliinlc that there is any need to take an extreme view, or to becom« an. alarmist. ? ; ; i . ?

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FURNITURE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

FURNITTTTSP. SAT/B! Mr. E. Golsby holds a sale of furni ture at the rooms, ' 84 Keppel-street, to-day,; at 2.30. : ? . - ?

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