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THE KAISER AND THE ARTICLE. London, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

THE KAJSER AND THE ARTICLE. London, January 8. a wen iniornied Berlin correspond ent of tho 'Hamburger Nachrlchten' states that the Kaiser confined his approval to tho 'military passages' of the article read at tlie meeting of Generals, and that he did not read the political portions.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUNG ORATORS. IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

YOUNG ORATORS. . IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. Tin 'Daily, Mail' Parliamentary Cor respondent writes: as follows: — Tho oldrtimo giants of oratory have gone, from, Parliament, but. a new gen eration of speakers Is springing up. .Coming into prominence in the House of Commons aro several of the younger .politicians; Who have, tllronrlv nrnved that.,.thoy , can not merely hold the at tention of . tho ?: most critical assembly in tho world, but for the time being can dominate it with 'tho personality. They have: that varying, elusive magnetism which brings them listeners at all times and in, all circumstances. . Among this littlo band is Mr Lewis Harcourt, rcpently admitted to the .Prl)'n°t -, as Chief Commissioner of . Works. . Ho Is now, with less than five -years' experience, one of the compara tively few speakers who can count upon a well-lilled and deeply -Interested House | whenever , lie-makes a speech. .-Picture an, extremely tall, very thin, I and, - exquisitely dressed man with a ...

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A Melbourne Tragedy. IMPORTANT DISCOVER AFTER ARREST. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

A Melbourne Tragedy, IMPORTANT D'SOOVERY AFTER ARREST. Melbourne, Friday. I A tragedy occurred this afternoon as a result of which May Johansen, 45, was 'aii' l° ''ie M°'£uei ar,d ',er husband, Albert Johansen, 49, waj arrested on a charge of murder. Both were addictcd 1 ^. . flnc^ an invalid wr.man in an uujuu,,,,^ room stated that she heard the pair talking together, and later a crash and a gurling sound. Johansen came Irom the room and lie was heard to say, My wife is dying-' He subsequently returned and said he had been looking for a man who had blackened his wife's eye. When discovered, the' woman had an ugly t-ash over the eye, and was dead. Johansen was arrested, but he denied all knowledge of his wife's . death, ex plaining th.it when he came home he found her lying on the bed with a gash over her eye, from which she was bleed ing profusely. She told him a man in a Lonsdale street hotel had done it, and he went to look for the man. When he returned his wife had bled to death...

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THE TURF. TO-DAY'S TIPS. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

THE TURF. ? TO-DAY'S -TIPS. .' 'Sydney, Friday. liariy .bird s tips for to-morrow s Moorefield Races, are as follows : — Kof;arah Stakes.— G]eneIIa, Ulmus, Carl Zena. Iwo-year-old Handicap. — Lupolo, Graveloite, Moon Moth. Stewards' Mile — High . ^Lady, Tra jectory, Helas. ?-?v.* ? Flying Handicap. -.Confetti, Orfano, Bute or Specimen. ? ? Moorefield fjandicap.— Sweet -Home, Wee Laddie, Yabba Gabbi.' ; Bexley Handicap. — Borodino, Speci men, Metal King.

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

SWIMMING. The financial results of the late car nival are very satisfactory, and leave the ciub in a much stronger position. The Championship Carnival will be held on Wednesday aftertiooD, February 3. The club will be ruiiuing a 33 Yards Junior Handicap and 66 Yards Senior Handi cap on Friday night next. The trophies won at the carnival and the three club handicaps that hare been held will be 1 presented after these races. J

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THE CONSCIENTIOUS COW. WHAT IT REALLY DID. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

THE CONSCIENTIOUS COW. . WHAT IT REALLY DID. | The writer of Motley Notes in the [ Westminster Gazette remarks: There is a tendency to discredld the stories ?told of animal sagacity from time to time— a regrettable tendency, due, no, doubt, to the cynicism and the lack of simplicity that are characteristic of the age. One unfortunatae result of this is | that some people are prevented from tolling the whole truth, lest they should be accused by scoffers of exaggeration. A ease -In point comes from- Market Drayton; in Shropshire. There, we are told, | A cow which was recently purchased . by the Board of Guardians - for , the workhouse' farm escaped during . tho : night and returned to the farm of its original owner, a distance of over four miles. The animal,- which had been -In the farmer's possession, for about three ' years, was found in a stall, waiting' to - be milked. l | Tho timidity that prevented the nar- ' rator 'of this touching story front stat- v Ing frankly and boldly, t...

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DISSERTATION ON MATRIMONY SOME MARRIAGES SINFUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

DISSERTATION ON MATRIMONY SOME MARRIAGES SINFUL. -The St. Louis clergyman who holds it to bo a sin to marry for wealth, physi cal attractions or social advantage is far apart-from the cynical Englishman who laid it down -as his opinion that there would be fower unfortunate marriages among heiresses and heirs if the match making - were all done by ?; tho .Lord Chancellor and his choice of mates en forced by order. of court. Unconsciously, perhaps, tho St. Louis divine almost declares himself a di sciple of the Platonic philosophy, of true love, which is . that to every man and to ?? every woman -born into this ' world there in born a soul-mate; that they go about, eagerly, seeking, each other, : and that there is great rejoicing when . each has the: happiness to find the other. ... ? The mischief of it is that the soul mate often -blunders most miserably in identifying his or her other half, and. ?when the mistake is discovered then, come weariness, .bickering, nagging, pouting, and ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNEMPLOYMENT. AN ECONOMIC ASPECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

UNEMPLOYMENT. AN ECONOMIC ASPJ3d\ [By Henry D.' McLaren, M.P., in the 'Westminster CSar.nl In '1 v I There are two causes ot unemploy ment wlilch wo have always with us; the fact that men are liable to: bo dis placed by small and casual changes In their particular Industry, and the fact that there are some irnen who decline to work. As far as these can bo -dealt with, and they perhaps can be dealt with to a gre:\t extent, there are two almost universally accepted .- remedies, the $1 Labor Exchange for the one anil some || . thing approaching hard labor ' for tha » other. But the kind of. unemployment Is that most disturbs the ?? rmintrv-' fnnd. j|| politics) at the . present time is ; of a || very different character, I 'and^ is : fa.r pf more difflcult to deal with 1 | For- there ; is : In , odditionvto ' and over; SI1® nnd above these a' large body of capable w workmen j who have been -dismissed merely through slackness' of'1 tradei'-and who haveV no hope.^ of' employment ' in the...

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"BUTTERFLY" ANGLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

'BUTTERFLY' ANGLERS. One frequently meets anglers who di rectly October arrives .put- away . their rods and tackle, and venture , out. no more until the following June. ? Fancy not angling in this most; interesting. and changing month,- and one of_the bsst for catching perch, chub, roach, dace, grayling (and by no tne.'«is a bad one for pike) In their, . pt line.! Tlirse butter fly anglers aro , angler.? onl.v in name.— ?- 'Fishing Gazette.'

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ESTATE OF TWO MILLIONS. LEFT BY GREEK MERCHANT. WINDFALL FOR THE EXCHEQUER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

ESTATE Or TWO MILLIONS. LEFT BY GREEK MERCHANT. WINDFALL FOR THE EX CHEQUER. -? .The Exchequer will benefit to a very woicome extent by the denth last month ?fOctober), of Mr John StefanovitcU, Schilizzi, of 31Cromwcll road, S.W., and of Redcourt, Ilaslomere, Surrey, of the firm of Messrs., Schiliznl Brothers, general. merchants,' of Austin Friars;- Mr. Schiliz/.l; who was sixty-eight, left es- - tate of the gross value of L2, 114, 574, of . which tlie net personally : has . been KAVorn .nt L2 101 1?7 ,, ?By the falling in for death duties of tliis estate—tlie second ' largest of the present yenr— the Exchequer benefits to ? the extent of L28G, 000. - Duty is pay able nt the rnte of ten per cent.' on the first , million, nnd thirteen per; cent on ? the balnuce, in addition to legacy duty. How welcome this fillip lo the, death duties is to the Chancellor of the Ex chequer will be. seen from, the fact that the budget estimate provided for an ave rage weekly;receipt- from this source o...

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EVANGELIST DENOUNCED. AN IRATE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

EVANGELIST DENOUNCED. AN IRAfrE MAN. .. 'Gorr- unto me all ye that labor and are heavy; laden 'ianJ-'I, . will give, you: rest'' ???:?: The: Rev; ? Albert1 Carl -Atberton, of St. Louis; stopped:, in ; the - midst ?: of his dramatlc -exliortation at the revival tent .liere to-niglit:.,(says; the .Pana, II inois; - correspondent of ? .the 'In tor- Ocean' ? on : September ? ;:30);. with,',; this familiar -Biblical:' quotation. ' . ^ : A „ ? ? 1. nnlmn'-on/l startoi. down, the aisle. : 'What is It, brother?.',' asked the ovan-r Eolist.:.'Are you weary ? ? Would you -rid , yourself of your burden?' The man stopped. - ; 'Yes,' , he said, simply. | Ho , : turned . and swept, the. congregation: with fiashr ing eyes. . r.. ' . ; 'I, have something to say;'*; he, con-, tlnur .Ti .'T-am ' weary, - and I want to rid myself: of a; burden that, is, weighing me dow- ' ' ' i . He turned again t'o rcgard the pastor steadily bef ore',' continuing': in a ? voice choked - with, emotion, v Vf . -'My; na...

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SOUTH AFRICA. GENERAL BOOTH'S TOUR GLOOMY IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

SOUTH AFRICA. GEXJSHATj BOOTH'S TOUR GLOOMY IMriJESRIONS. ?:-^v,?uernl.. Booth rutunied. on Satimlny. ; Oclplicr: 3t, , to- his liofulqu.'u'lci's -hun; (IjOtidoii), . nnot- travclllo;; - Coiy lhico months llirouc;!) our Soulli Alric.'ui Col onios. A 'Daily Chronicle' ropreseli ,tniivo was: fnvorod willi an inlcrvicw with liim at his house al Hartley wood. ?.??;?: v?e.- -].P.Os.. not tlisguise that Ills long .journey, aud' hard work Imvo exhausted 'U?.,s!rPnSlli,ifor a , timo, and vosterday ? tho impressive ligm-o oC. the old .man looked, .very CipH. TJnfortunatol.v;- his siglit is fuilina; but his spirit still burns with its old fire, and his: Intellect is as keen and quick as ever. The object of his South African jrnii'-; 'py. was primarily to ..inspect tho Colon ial work of the -Salvation Array In that p.'U't of (lie . world. .Tills, . lie . 'said, ? ;was 'smashed out' by. tlie Boer ? war, when their .halls and property.,; were commandeered: by Boers and British.' At that time. tl...

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COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER I. (continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

COMRADES IN ARMS. chapter i. (continued). i u Dear it in mind,' he rtturnod, as tie sauntered off to his quarters. He was engaged to dine that evening with ?one of Drake's frlc-nds, and he knew that there would be cards afterwards, as a matter of course. If he could have done so he would have decliuod this itivitation— as the points were higher than ht could afford— but it had beeu presBed with such warmth that he felt *it impossible to di*aw back now. Although careless in money matters! Eliot bad lately begun to feel rather uneasy about his financial position. His private means wero small, aud he had very little beyond his pay. The associ ation with Captain Drake aud the' other members of the band had eutailed a somewhat heavy expenditure upon liim, for lie always seemed to lose when he played cards or betted with auy of them. On examining his pass book one day a few weeks after the intimacy with' his ncv acquaintances had commenced uc maue me uui-iru»Hiu uiscovery tnai bis balance...

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

PERFECT DIGESTION MEANS i'DK- ! FECT HEALTH. A good stomach keeps every part i of the body in perfect condition, and Disease cannot break in. Dr. Sheldon's! Digestive Tabules aro a natural rem edy for all disorders and weaknesses of the stomach. They possess exactly the same properties as the gastric jut » ces and other digestive lluids of the stomach. They actually do the diges tive work of the stomach, aud enable that organ to rest, recuperate, and become sound and healthy. They act in a mild, natural manner, and cause no disturbance In Tlie dlgestjvo Jor gans. They prevent any fermentation of tho food, which causes sour stom ach. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules iuatll health into every part of tho human body. Tbey compul perfect di gestion ot the food and perfect as similation of the food nutriment. Every orpan »f tho body is kept in repair, and good health staoessarlrly results. At the same time tho stomach, being relieved of its work, gets well and strong. Obtainable at Mockler...

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

TO CURE INDIGESTION And StoitTack Troubles, it is neccssarv to take afi«r meals seme liarraless pre paratiou ivliicli will supply tbo na tural dieestiv- (lulds which every weak Btoniach lacks. And the best pre paration of this character is Dr. Shel dou's Digestive Tabnles, vrMch contain all the natural (llgestants which naturo requires for prompt, illgt-stlon. One or two taken aftor meals tv ill prevent souring, fermentation, and acidity, aid ensure complete dltCBt'011 ant^ asBlml Ution. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George-street, Batliurst; E. Morgan, Burraua.* ?

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

No One nKows. THE WEIGHT OF ANOTHER'S BLfRDEN. MANY A ONE BROUGHT TO LIGHT. You know if you have a burden to. bear. You know where -ou are taxed 'to bear it. You know how much trouble it gives you. But do you know how to shake it off? The back beats more burdens than all the human organism. And it objects to it, sometimes em phatically. It aches, it pains, Is weak and lame. It's your fault if you don't come to the rescue. Perhaps you dou't know how. Wo could tell you, but you might doubt us. We will let this man do.' Mr. Eli Brooks, farmer, Neville, near Blayney, says: 'I suffered with a lame aching back for ten years. The agony was terrible 'S.nd I could not stoop to lace my boots. I was treated by doc tors and used remedies, but nothing did me good until I got Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. Two boxes of these won derful pills stopped the ache and strengthened my back — in fact, per fectly cured me. I take an occasional dose now because I think the kidneys nted a tonic sometimes. Mr...

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

WHY SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTiiACT (superior to any ojhtr eucalyptus product? Because it is tlie retult of full .experience nnd of 11 special and careful procc.ss of mnuufneture, aud the daiiger fittenriinp the use of the irresponsible preparations which are now palmed off an 'K xtrucis ' are avoided. A death was recently reported from the use of one of these concoctions', and at an action nt law, a- sworn ivittices testified that he suffered the mosi A man named Donald Morrison was burnt to death in his tent at Burra wong, in tho Wellington district. The Commonwealth Cabinet has de cided that all opium seized should bo destroyed and not sold. .The buslr fires wrought havoc lit Buxton,, ou the Southern line, beyond Thirlinere. The- School of Arts build ing was burned down. -?Mr. Prendergast has been- re-elected loader /of the Labor party in tho Vic torian Legislative Assembly.. -. ;Mr. Wilks, M. P., has been elected ?.^chairman of the postal commisisiou in p...

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DEATH OF DR. P. J. KELLY. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

DEATH OF DR. P. J. KELLY. ? Sydney, Friday. -ur. j, Kelly, a well-known medi cal, man,. :for many years connected with, the Friendly Societies' Dispen sary, Balmain, died at an early hour this morning. umici irritation irom the application to an I ulcer of another, which was sold ns u iust n6 good ns SAN E CU'S EXTRACT.' There fore, beware of such deception. Rcmcmberr that ni medicine a drop that cures is bottct than a tublespoonful that kills, aud insist upon the preparation which was proved by experts nt the Supreme Court of Victorin and by numerous authorities during the last ad years to be n product of genuine no it, viz. THB OKNU1NE SANDEK AND SONS' PURL VOLATILE KUCALYPTJ EX THAOT. F. IJenrne, Chemiet, William street Bathurst

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CHAMPION BOY BILLIARDIST. A BREAK OF 545. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

CHAMPION BOY BILLIARDI9T. Jl BREAK OF 545. Sydney, Friday. Youi'.n George Gray this aft?, noon increased his unfinished break of 430 to 545. Of the 430 the play off the red ball accounted for 423, and of th» 545 no less than 435 were scored through the same agency. Though the total break Is not a record for Australia — having been eclipsed by H. W. Ste venson-rlt is nevertheless a marvel lous performance for a boy of 10 j*«rs. The.-nuvnber scored off th« red easily constitutes a worlds record, the previous best, 393, being by the same young master, of the losing haz ard. ? ' .'lira;/; '?

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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 9 January 1909

SALVATION ARMY, ' 11 a.m.— Holiness Meeting. 3 p.m.— Praise. 1 7.30 p.m. — Farewell of Adjutant and Mrs, Howarth.

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