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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

A' GREAT LAW SUIT DECIDED. The Supreme Court, the People, havo decided that Dr. Sheldon's New Dis covery wins against Coughs, Colds, and Consumption. Price, 1/6 and 3/.', Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George st., Bathurati EL Morgan, Eurraea^

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DEPARTMENTAL DELAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

DEPARTMENTAL DELAYS A question of considerable interest to 'Mtiuicipal . Councils and othei public bodies, which have the administration of the various Acts of Parliament, was dis cussed by the Aldermen at the meeting of the Council on Wednesday evening. It had reference to the difficulty which always existed irf securing copies of Acts of Parliament after they had become the law of the land, and the Irouble that) arose throu:;'- these vexatious delays. This delay j.a difficulty has always existed to a greater or less extent, but since the introduction of the Local Government Act it has become even more pronounced. Knowing what an important bearing this new Act had upon the Municipalities, it is only ' reasonable to expect ' the authorities would have made an effort to place copies in the hands of the Aldermen and Municipal officials, so that they could make themselves acquainted with the measure they would: have to administer. But. it was not until after the Act liad been in force ...

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Bathurst Fire Brigade. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

: s Bathurst Fire Brigade. . ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Bathurst Fire- Brigade was held on Thursday evening,- Captain Barnes occupying the chair. A satisfactory report of the year's proceedings was ' received, and the following' -officers {w'ere /-elected for! the. ensuing year: First Officer, Mr. I C. STiV Foran; Secretary and Treasurer,;! Mr. J. Bell; Auditors,- Messrs. W. Pembroke and C. Westaway; Driver, Mr. R. Baddan. - THE COROWA DEMONSTRATION. The following were chosen as re presentatives to take part at Corowa on -January 25th and 26th: Messrs. C. J. Foran, R. Badan, T. Eastment, H. Young, , W. Pembroke, G. Bell, R. Lowe, V. Bates, and' C. Westaway. Captain Barnes will leave Bathurst with his men, on Saturday, January 23rd, and the firemen from, the West -will' join their comrades5 from the Me tropolis, the Northern and Southern. 1/nes, - at Harden. ' They will all pro ceed to their destination in special trains.;.,.-', ( ; Captain Barnes informs us that tha B...

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CARELESS USE OF FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

CARELESS USE OF FIRE. 'The' severe penalties' imposed by Mr. T. C. K. McKell, P.M., to-day on the two men for neglecting to extin guish a fire in the bush near Winburn dale Creek last week should have a salutary effect. It passes comprehen sion that men accustomed to life in the bush should display so much thought lessness at a time such as the present. After the long drought and continued heat the timber and undergrowth is so dry that it will bum like tinder, and if the flames once eet a hold it is difficult to say what damage may be' caused, I especrally if the wind is at all'strong Fortunately in , the case in question the wind was blowing in a direction which carried the flames away from. the home stead, or the results might have been yery much more serious. The -Police Magistrate pointed out that persons who caused fires in this way were liable- for the damage, thus the risk of personal loss is increased. In the case of the fire last week the men were engaged in legitimate work...

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GIBB AND BEEMAN, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

' GIBB AND BEEMAN, LTD.. . , ; jThe 'return' visit to Bathurst of Gibb andBEEM/N, consulting Opticians . of 6 Hunter-street, Sydney, will ; be made intFebruaVy, at' the F'aric Hotel. These well-known ' sight- Specialists will con tinue to visit Bathurst every few weeks, and may be consulted on air cases of de fective eyesight needing correctly adapted glasses.' All sufferers from any eye troubles should consult this reliable firm. One of the Principals personally visits Bathurst. Next visit in February.*

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Local and General. PARISH OF KELSO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

?; Local and General. PARISH OF KELSO. .??Mr, ,C. A. Jarman, Fellow ot. the, Guild of Organists, .London, will give a recital 'of sacred music at Holy Tri nity Church, Kelso, to-morrow, at 3-30 ? ..... ?

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THE WEE WAA TRAGEDY. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

THE WEE WAa TRAGEDY. Sydney, Friday. Tho Inquiry Into the Wee Waa tra gedy opened this morning. There are about twenty witnesoeB to be examin ed, and' it -is thought that tho investi gation niay last four days.

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Weather Forecast, JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

Weather Forecast, JANUARY. Mr. J. Cumming Ogg, of New Farm, Brisbane, gives the following forecast for January: — Stli to 15th, Queensland: Soon becom ing rather sultry and severe electric dis li'rbances again, probably proving fatal in some, instances, and accompanied by cyclonic blows, also heavy tropical showers. Hail in some places likely. Ba rometric gradients steepening, the wind attains the force of a gale on the coast, north-east to north ac first but veering later west then southwards. Temperature more pleasant. New South. Wales: Similar conditions to those already enumerated for Queens land, but more! generally applicable to the northern' ihalf. The avIiic! also hlows a gale from north to west, and later on changes to the south. Cooler for a lit tle. ' ? . lGth to 23rd, Queensland: ' Oppressive conditions rapidly overtake the State, and disturbances of a monsoonal nature anticipated, more especially in the' nor thern and central divisions, and where in their path heavy haf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

^ 0% ||^HEAT Fat L ( Stock & fto=k /Brokers} station Salesmen Agents® REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, BABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKIMS. ? : ? SELLER© BESOM! IE SIS ©ELY ? ou.ck returns ? PER CENT. offices and stonea, UBERAL ON WOOL. CIRCULAR QUAY, „ m/„ ? ? SYDNEY. THE GREAT LIVER TONIC AND I I BLOOD PURIFIER. ' ~'~f T~T~7 A Positive Cure for INDIGESTION. BILLIOUSNESS. DYSPEPSIA. Jllr GOUT & RHEUiVIAT,s,V3? KIDNEY TROUBLES. Ml''!1 tA purely Vegetable Compound). ? H4.S STOOD THE TEST OF so YEARS. Tlic Sale Remedy''for REMOVES URIC ACID. § — Ladies -- I PJft!lxon J. S. JBL&EZZLEKULm, J I* n yy j ; r~? - &*$-? ffie Safes! CeiUttg* I ' i Fof Cotmtry Houses. | Sj! (Because tho Iftolal ahcelo thai compuio 1 B Wundcrllch. Ceilings are entirely fire- « § jZfigr resisting* tbe house that Is fitted with ihota g ^ |s much sftfor than the ordinary home. ^ ^ Ills more artistic, to&- |j & J$r To tho tasteful householder these steel ...

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INTEREST AWAKENED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

INTEREST AWAKENED. Interest awakened everywhere Iq the marvellous cures of Cuts, Burns, and Wounds with Dr. Sheldon's Mag netic Liniment. Price 1/6 and 3/. Ob tainable at Modeler Bros., George-st., Bathurst; E.- Morgan, Burraga.* ? During the recent hot spell the Wel lington council chambers were like a furnace, and the meeting of the muni cipal council was held in the open air. A table and chairs were brought out on to the grass in front of the build ing, and' a kerosene ?' lamp was bor rowed from a convenient neighbour. After the reading of the minutes, the Mayor ordered a supply of cool drinks for the Aldermen. While running to catch a cricket ball duj-Ing a cricket match between, the Wellington Half-holiday and Geurie Clubs, A. Ziehlke, and A. Gibbs, of the G#urie team j came into , violent colli sion. Ziehlke was unconscious for several hours, but , during the night he recovered. It; was 'found that he had sustained no : serious Injury. It was feared at first that Gibbs' nose w...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

General News. A crowd which gathered round the house of a young man, one of the of fice employees at the Proprietary Mine, Broken Hill, made a hostile de monstration, and smashed some win dows with stoues. T'he crowd dis persed 011 the arrival of the mounted police. Scarcely a day passes in Adelaide without the police receiving reports of- fresh- cases of burglary or shop breaking. ' In almost every . instance it ' is found that dynamite has been used. ' - ?? Mrs. S. L. Morrison, Humifray-street, Ballarat, Vic., writes : 'Both my mother and 'I are firm .believers in Chamberlain's Tablets. We have used them for stomach and livertroubles, and have found them most effective. The use /of most pills is followed by constipation! but Chamber lain's Tablets are so nnld and gentle in thoir action that they leave no bad after eiliect. For sale by L. Edgley and Co. A man charged at Dunedin with having three wives pleaded guilty, and was remanded for sentence. Several cases of cerebro-spinal me...

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SHOTS IN THE NIGHT. Sydney. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

SHOTS IN THE NIGHT. Svclnov. Fridnv. A mld«ut of Paddtngton was arous ed last night by Bounds of Btealthy movements iu the yard at tho rear ot his premises. These proved to be emanating from a man who was en deavouring to forco an entry into the house. Finding that he was dis covered he -fled, but did not 'get clear away before the 'householder had sent four ohotfl— apparently wflthout 'effect —after him.

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FORBES GRAZIER'S ESTATE. Sydney. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

FORBES GRAZIER'S ESTATE. . Svduev. Friday. The estate of file late John Mar tin, grazier, of Droubalgie Station, near Forbes, has been valued at A- 14,229.

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SHOT BY A THIEF. DARING OUTRAGE. IN NEW YORK JEWELLER'S SHOP [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

SHOT BY A THIEF. DARING OUTRAGE. IN NEW YORK JEWELLER'S SHOP New York. 23rd October. — A daring outrage -was committed yesterday fn one of the chief thoroughfares of this city. Lexington-avenue. A man entered a jeweller's shop, grabbed a trayfull o£ jewels, and started for the door. The jeweller. Mr Maurice Tannenholz. how-' ever, followed the robber, whereupon the man turned round and shot Mr Tannenholz through the breast The jeweller's wife now. appeared on the scene, attracted by the noise, and the miscreant stabbed her with a large knife. He then walked quietly out of the shop, and after going a little way down the strfcot. called a taxi-cab and disappeared. He has not yet been cap tured. The jeweller died from Ids In juries soon ofterwerils. and tlie wife Is in a serious condition.— Central News.

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THE "BURST" THERMOMETER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

THE 'BURST' THERMOMETER. If the heat of Orange on Sunday and Monday last was not sufficient to 'burst' the thermometer— whi,ch, it is : generally accepted, is kept in that town in an ice-chest— it certainly, went near to bursting-point In the brain cells of. some of the literary, talent there. The scribe,- in the 'Wfestern Advo cate' rises ' thus to ? dizzy v. heights: 'No one can be good -and Hruthfril in the summer at (Bathurst, which city enjoys tlie'jreputation. of being-rincliid'- -ed| in the hottest places 'in- New; South Wales,' the records bracketting- if- with - 'Bourjiej Brewiirri-gai, Boohgal,) ???! and other places;'' whlcii have the. ..charac teristic'; B in ''front or- their names. TOn-idi..and ari'd; Bathurst- - (we are not 'rejoicing in their wretchedness,- but regret the misfortune .which compels . such nice people to live': in . a summer sheol), ranked, j with - the -heat-stricken towns during the (fe'ariul.theat: way/jvof Saturday and'. Sunday/ when Oraijgo could ...

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HOW THE CLOCK STOPPED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

HOW THE CLOCK STOPPED. I MY EXPERIENCE AS A BURGLAR. It was during the war In South Africa that I had my first experience of being a burglar. Tho company I was In was stationed on guard in tho Courthouso of the town of H ? , in the Orange Free State, to look after several Boer prison ers confined there. We considered ourselves lucky to have a roof over our tipnrl* fnr th» first timp. In two years, and that tho spells of sen try-go could be fairly timed by the clock which was situated on the tower of tho Courthouse. Wo had been stationed there tor near ly a week when a rumor began to cir culate that President Steyn, before lea ving the town, had hidden a bar of gola somewhere— probably in the Courthouse. We did not take much notice of this, believing it to be one of the usual 'yarns' that were continually being 'spun,' till one day an officer and seve ral men of the E ? V3 appeared on the scene and made a thorough search of tho Courthouse. Evidently they did not find what they had be...

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A NECESSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

. A . NECESSITY, Tradespeople having business to transact in the outskirts of the city find difficulty' in tethering their horses when they visit the houses, and, be cause of the absence of conveniences, they are compelled to tie their horses to the fence. Thus an offence against the Municipalities Act is committed, and they render themselves liable tb punishment. But, apart from the in fringement , of the Act, there is . the 1 danger to pedestrians who are entitled to1 the itee use of the footpaths, in order to escape the danger of being kicked by the horses on the »path, people are compelled to ^alk into the gutter. If the Council would have .two or three tethering- posts erected in each block this nuisance -frould be averted. The cost for this would only be trifling, and the 'Tvork should be carried out without delay.

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A RIGHT PLEASANT LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

A EIGHT PLEASANT LETTER. The Archbishop of Canterbury^ letter to Dr. ClifTord (on the occasion of the hitter's jubilee), makes very pleasant reading. The Archbishop sends a 'fra- ternal greeting' in appreciation of Dr. Clifford's fifty years of. work in London for 'the furtherance of.. civic, righteous ness and Christian citizenship and pro gress.'^ That is well-won appreciation, and we note the statement by, the Arch bishop that differences between himself and the Nonconformist pastor'bulk very small' in comparison with the things on which they are at one. We should not like to strain that by giving it a wider interpretation than the context warrants, but it is permissible to hope that we shall see a practical exempli fication of the smallness of these dif ferences in some Educotion settlement, in which (we may be sure) both the Anglican, and the Nonconformist will each have to concede something.

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FATHER IGNATIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

FATHER IGNATIUS. By the death of Fftther Ignatius, writes - the 'Westminster Gazette,' a pictur- ; esque figure disappears from the religi ous life of the country. His great aim was to revive the monastic calling in the. Church of England, and although he spent a long lifetime in the effort. It cannot be said that, he was rewarded with any measure of success. As a rule the authorities of the Church of Eng land frowned upon him, but he was by no means without sympathisers and supporters in. the' rank and file of the Anglican communion, and outside ot It too. With modern views in theology he was continually at loggerheads, and his attack on Dr. Gore in connection with 'Lux Mundi' will be remembered by many. The modern novel was also often a subject of his bitter criticism. For , many years Father Ignatius's popularity ' as a mission preacher was considerable. It is said that Mr Gladstone once de- ! Scribed hfm on r»r»o r»f tV-P of' modern orators. There was always about ' him ri certa...

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