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THE TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

THE TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS. By consent of the Council on Wed | nes'day, -Alderman Craig moved a reso lution bearing upon the recent altered train arrangements. Some months ago a resolution had been passed, on his mo tion, authorising' the Mayor to call a public meeting to consider the ques tion. He now desired to alter this and move, instead tnat a suo-commiitee, con sisting of the Mayor, Alderman Webb, Beavls, Gilmour and rhe' mover draft a series- of representations to be made to tht Railway Commissioners, pointing out the unsatisfactory -arrangements of the running of the' day trains and ask ing for consideration. A strong case cuild bo made out. The present ar rangemenfs5'affect the business, as well as the schools very seriously, more than they were aware'. Because' of tills it was in the province of the Council to take up the matter. Alderman Mc* PI Ulamy' seconded the motion which was carried. -?- 1 . '

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

WHY SANDER- & SONS* PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT superior to any ojhe.t eucalyotua product ? Because it is the result of full experience and of a epecial and careful procoss of manufacture, ana the danger attending tho use of tho irresponsible preparations which are now palmed off ah 'Extracls ' are avoided. A death was recently reported from the use of 0110 of these concoctions, 'and at an action at law, a sworn witness testified that he suffered the mosj cruel irritation from tho application to an ulcer of another, which was sold as ' just as, good as SANDER'S EXTRACT.' There fore, bowaro of such deception. Rememberr that in medicine a drop that cures is bottet than a tablespnonful that kills, and insist upon tho preparation which was proved by expertB at the Supreme Court of Victoria and by numerous authorities during tho last 36 years to bo a product of genuine merit, viz., THE GENUINE SANDER AND SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX TRACT. F. Hearne, Chemist, William stre...

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

PERFECT BlUBSTiUN MEANS i'JJitt FBCT HEALTH. A good stomack keeps every part Of the body in perfect condition, and Disease cannot break in. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are a natural rem edy for all disorders and weaknesses Qf the stomach. They possess exactly tho same properties as the gastric jui ces and ether digestive fluids of tho stomaclf. They actually do the diges tive work of the stowaoh, and ffnabls that ergan to cast, recuperate, and Veeome sound and liaa.Why. They act i» a mild, natural taanaer, and cause »» disturbance in. jtlie dls^fitSve loi' sans. They prevent any fermentation ef the food, which causes sour stom ach. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabtiles Instil health Into every part #£ the hnman body. They compel perfect di gestion of the food a*d perfect as Blmilation of the feed aatriment. Every organ of the body fa kept in repair, and good health -tfcfcfcssarHy results. At the same time the stomach, being relieved of its work, geta wen and Btrong. Obtainable at Moe...

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

Mr. A. Au^lin, Kureku-stref:t. Bnllurnt, Vic., writes : ' Chnmberliiin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is ft tip-top remedy for cramps in the ftomsch, dinrrhcou end dyuontry. I have uai.'d it and can theiefore atteBt to its merits, I never fail to praise Chamberlain' a Colic, Clioleni and Diarrheal Kemedyi whenever an opportunity proijeuts itself.' For sale by L. Edgloy aud Co. , ms £200 REWARD^ r|'UIK oojtc Howard will bo paid to :n y X peraonn giving such information that will lead to the conviction of any per6on c\ persona STEALING RUKBP FUOM AM OF THE RONS OCOUPIED BY ANDER. SON BROS. Applicant!) for Brands and Marks will bo supplied, and all ^information will be lieldl«tric|ly private. A.NDEB80N BRop ? i ? — j i FAREWELL ? 191)8 , WELCOME— ? 1909 ? W ebb & Co. personally part with - 1908 with regret, it is like saying good-bye to a friend who has served them well, a friend who E helped them along the road to i ? prosperity. ~ £ Each daj^ of each month their * Stat...

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THE POWERS AND MOROCCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

THE POWERS AND MOROCCO. The Powers -have notified Mulai Ha fld, tho now Sultan of Morocco, that he' will be recognised as such by them.

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THE MALAYS AND OPIUM. London, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

THE MALAYS AND OPIUM. London, Januai-y 7. The Straits Settlements and Malay States' Opium Commission has 'unani mously decided to recommend the abo lition of opium farms, and the establish ment of a Government, monopoly on the Java system,' with stringent con trol of smoking shops.

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THE CRETAN QUESTION. TO PREVENT A RE-OPENING. London, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

THE ^CRETAN- QUESTION; TO- PREVENT A' RE-OPENING. ' ', : 'V London, January 7. A -movement lias been initiated, at Conqfan4nople;'aiid a commltteo W^lioycbl^ ^G'reete goods, if the Athens ^Cabinet encourages the rojopen ins ot. the . Cretan question. ? ?

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DISCONTENTED IRELAND. REDMOND URGED TO SUPPORT LAWLESSNESS. London, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

DISCONTENTED IRELAND. ... . REDMOND URGED TO SUPPORT LAWLESSNESS. London, January 7. . The aggressive' Section of the Irish Nationalist party, is . dissatisfied- with the attitude of Mr. J.'. E. Redmond, .1 leader of the Irish 'Parliamentary Tarn ty, towards Liberalism. Mr. Giimefl, M.P., urges Mr. Red mond to energetically, support the cat- 1 tie drivers, .declaring tbfitjreland's obi ?'lity:-tq compel, the^ passage of Mr. Bir reH's - Land- Bill depends' upon the fre quency with which. hazels are applied.

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MAHOMMEDANS AND HINDOOS. TROUBLE OVER RELIGIOUS RITES. London, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

MiHOMMEDANS AND HINDOOS. TROUBLE OYER RELIGIOUS' ? ! RITES.- ; London,;- January 7. The military still ' guard' Titaghur, a suburb of Calcutta, 'where on.- -Sunday there was rioting owing .£0 ? the' police, in deference 1 to the Hindoos, prohibit? ng' 'the sacrifice oC-.aiCow at -a Mo hammedan festival, and; . because' , the Hindoos had infifriated the - Moham medans by desecrating a mosque' by placing a dead pig inside. Lord Minto, Viceroy of India, has communicated with Viscount Morley, Secretary of State for India, with re-^ regard to the position or the Moham medans under the Government scheme for the placing of the Legislative Coun cil upon an electoral basis.

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CABLE NEWS. Violent Attack on Britain. ACCUSATIONS OF CONSPIRACY. London, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

Mmrni: Violent Attack on Britain, BY AUSTRIAN PRESS. ACCUSATIONS, OF CONSPIRACY. ' .London, January 7. The Vienna,. Austria, 'Neue Frie- Presse,' in an extraordinarily violent; article attacks. Great. Britain, declaring; that while she pretends to be peaceful she stirs the fire at Belgrade, and incites^ a boycott that is ruining Austria'n industry. ' Britain's hostility to Austria,' the article continues, 'is intended to demonstrate the dancer of anv conntrv standing by Germany.' It furthermore affirms that Britain drops poison in the ears of the Servian ministry, and con tinually lays new traps for Austria. ? The Constantinople correspondent of the '' .Times ' says the Vienna article has caused a considerable sensation as there is strong reason to believe the article represents the personal ..views of Baron Aehrenthal, Austrian Minister for Foreign Affairs. ' The majority of Austrians of my acquaintance,' the correspondent adds, ' deplore the article,' terming it 'crazy',' '?

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PRESERVING CHINA'S QUIET. POWERS TAKE ACTION. London, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

?PRESERVING CiflNA'S QU-IET.; POWERS 'TAKE* ''ACTION. ,? . ''Lonaen, January, 7. At Pekin the British,. American), and Japanese ministers have warned^ the Regent 'gfains.t any adhiihistratiyi Act calculated to endanger internal; jje^ce. It is now announced that the' Japan ese Foreign Office considers that' |uan shihkai's dismissal, is .likely to; jrove a disturbing factor in the' Cliinesd- situ ation, though the officials at Washing- : ton, U.S., ar.o inclined to' believe that the' tension has been somewhat relax-, «d since 'tfif- appointment oT ' Liang tunyong as Minister of Foreign Affairs. |

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KENTISH RESIDENCE DESTROYED. London, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

KENTISH RESIDENCE DESTROYED. 'London, January 7. Pickhurst Manor, Hayes, Kent, the residence of Huntley Walker, has Ibeen burnt down. The damage is' estimat ed at £40,000. Fourteen motor, Ijcara were' destroyed. .

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EXECUTIONS IN RUSSIA. London, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

EXECUTIONS IN*' RUSSIA. j - : ' ' ' Eoridou;' 'Jafinaryi 7. Twelve persons we're executed In Rus sia yesterday. ', ' **;

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HENNIKER HEATON'S DREAM. COMING NEARER. London, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

T ? ? I HENNIKER I-IEATON'S DREAM. .' 'coming NEARER. j . London, January ,S. It is reported, at Ottawa,. Canada, that the British and' Canadiair^Goveriiments are' considering a schcme ;f or an Allan tic cable, rate -at 2d per. word, beginning in July, if tiie' chble' 'companies iwlll agree. Later, if liecessary, .they |will lay an Imperial cable in. j^e^&tlantic.

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STATION HOMESTEAD BURNT. Sydney. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

STATION HOMESTEAD BURNT. Sydney. Thursday. Advices received from Hillston state that the homesTead of Gunbar Station, owned by Messrs. Armstrong Brothers, has been burnt to tho ground. The homestead was situated 35 miles south of Hillston. The fire originated in the kitchen and spread to the main build Inc. ::-

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THE ARMIDALE MURDER. A CONFESSION. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

'i.jiv JJHE ARHIDALE MURDER. ' : ' A CONFESSION. ' ' Sydney, Thursday. - A man was arrested at Armidale ? this morning und charged witli drun kenness. It is reported that he has Binoe .made a confession that he: was Implicated in the recent tragedy at the Central Hotel in that town.

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BURNING ACCIDENT. Burraga, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

. BURNING ACCIDENT. ? v Burraga, Thursday. Mrs! David Cosgrove, of Porter's Re treat, a mdidle-aged woman, met with' K sorlous accident yesterday. Whilst engaged in hanging a boiler over a fire lior clothes became ignited and were almost ' burnt off her before assistance arrived. The services ot Dr. GriereS we» called In, but the injured woman) is in a critical condition. Mr. Tom Mann, in an address to the j Broken Hill miners, appealed to the men, women, and children to give the, police a 'warm' welcome. ' j

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DECREASING RAINFALL. Auckland (N.Z.), Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

? - tvrcffR.'E ASING RAINFALL'. Auckland (N.Z.), Wednesday.'. I Mr. Clement Wragge says, in the course of an interview, that Australia is gradually evolving drought condi tions, but the! badBeason there is yet to come. ~ Australia may expect a gener al deficiency In rainfall getting worse and worse during the next few years, but not so bad as. during the big drought of 1900 to 1903. The weather in New Zealand for some years will be drier and warmer, and though the rainfall may decrease?, there will not bo such an extensive deficiency as may '? be expected in Australia.

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N.S.W. V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

N.S.W. V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, I'M Sydney, Thursday. Iff® The match between New South KM Wales and South Australia, which was arranged to start to-morrow, -has been -'%i postponed until Saturuay. The following will represent St. ?; Barnabas' C.C. in their competition ' match with Bathurst C.C., on the [ Athletic Sports Ground to-morrow, at 2.15 sharp:— B. Kcnna, A. Graham, A, Barnes, S. Pettit. W. Kelly, S. Lewi!, F. Emmett, K; Lindsley, H. Perry, F. Windiidge, Collier, Hemsworth, The following will represent Bathurst C. 15 Lawford, C. Sutlor, G. Callaghan, H, ' Hinton, F. J. Brownlow, A. Chapman, j W. Caples, V. Palmer, H. Edgiey, G. ' Hard wick, and F. B. Jeffreys.

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SPORTING. CRICKET. VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, A SENSATIONAL FINISH. O'CONNOR PLAYS HAVOC WITH VICTORIA. Melbourne. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 8 January 1909

SPORTING. CRICKET. VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA, t A SENSATIONAL FINISH. O'CONNOR PLAYS HAVOC WITH .VICTORIA. Melbourne. Thnvn,i„.. The Inter-State cricket match i'lr, tween Victoria and South Austrni' was concluded to-day, in fine weather at the Melbourne Cricket Groumi' South Australia did not add to tho overnight score of 9 for 351, the fourth ball bowling Mayne'. ih Victoria, requiring only 132 runs to win, opened their second innings win, McKenzie and Wn ™o '1 McKenzie was smartly run out. With » ^ only two runs added O'Connor found Warrie's wicket. Ransford and Arm. P strong then became associated, and 50 P appeared after 75 minutes' play. Th ' §1 Armstrong^ was yorked by' O'Counor II McAIister partnered Ransford, but, af! If' ter scoring five was smartly talteii at P? ?the wickets. 4 for 66. .Carroll waa H bowled without scoring. 5 r0r 50 pp O'Connor had now secured i wickets ill for 11 runs. Hazlitt followed, but after making 14, was easily caught by fe Gehrs off Whitty. 6 fo...

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