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TERRIBLE FATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

' TERRIBLE FATE. It's a terrible fate to suffer from ® , | rlous Lung Trouble. Ward It otMJ™1 Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. Pri«. ,? 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at MocU' - Bros., ueorge-st., Bathurst; E. »01' 1 gan, Burraga.» A fall of rain helped to extinguis^- , tha bush fires on Dunn's Plains, new , Rockley. About. 150 acres of B'5 f and a few chains of fencing we1'0 f trcyed. . Existence may bo summed up thus : Ulj ( till thirty — live. After thirty— liver. An then — just living.- R. Hichons. !''^e 'e„.a - not be miserable after you are thirty yea , old. If your liver is sluggish and rc, ; to perform its functions, tako a iew (|0- , of Chamberlain's Tablets, and you wm '? ( anew- For sale bv L. Kdffley and Co. The Minister for Public Works is turn the first sod of the Cowra to Can windra railway on Monday. He wlU accompanied by the Treasurer, represents the district in Parliament

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESENTATION TO MR. AND MRS. PICKWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

i' ? : j* PRESENTATION TO MR. AND MRS. PICKWORTH. The Bathurst friends of Mr. and Mrs, Pickworth'. will see by the attached extract from the Queensland 'Daily Mail,' that their popularity in Bath urst attaches to them still in Queens land. The 'Mail' says:— 'Tho dawning of Queensland's jubi lee year had also a special signifl cance to the Singer Sewing Machine Company in Queensland, for - with it Mr. C. R. Pickworth, the popular man ager, completed 25 years ot fhiglily successful service in the gigantic con cern, which operates in three contin ents. With his wife he will shortly leave on a well-earned three months' iurlough, which he proposes to spend eisiting relatives in Western Australia Prior to his departure, however, Mr, Pickworth has repeated the conference Df employees, held with such success fiY« years ago, and Saturday, the day set apart for their deliberations, was spent in the interchange of some very useful ideas, in which about 70 mem bers participated. In the evening ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

INTER130T AWAKENED. Interest awakened everywhere in the marvellous cures of Cuts, Burns, and Wounds with Dr. Sheldon's Mag netic Liniment. Price 1/6 and 3/. Ob tainable at Mockler Bros., George-st., Bathnrst; E. Morgan, Burraga.» The Lord Mayor of Sydney estimat es that the total debt of the city at the end of 1909 will be £3,100,000, pro vided that votes already sanctioned are spent. You will pay just as rriucli for a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as for .any ul niu uuia muuiuines, i-ui you save money 111 buying it. Tlie savintr is in what you got, not what you pay. Tho suro-to-curo you quality is in every bottle of this remedy, and .you got good results when you tako it. Buying cough medicine is an im portant matter. Neglected colds often de velop serious conditions, and when you buy a cough medicine you want to bo sure you are getting one that will euro your cold. When you buy Chamberlain's Cough Rom edy you take do chances. It «lways cures, for sale by L. Edgley and Co.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FROM THE NEVER NEVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

FROM THE NEVER NEVER. ? He was bearded, bronzed and hairy. His coat and vest were absent. Wrap ped in a swag which was slung 011 his back, were all his earthly goods. His tuckerbag and waterbag were sus pended, the former from the swag in orthodox manner, the latter from his sunburnt and toil-roughened hand. His -companion and feltow-travi'ller, his mate on the waterless tracks of the west, was a great black retriever, which carried the black and battered billy. They walked up George-street, Sydney, the centre of .all interest. Now and then a stranger paused and looked 'critically at thei pair, and thought possibly of nights 011 the open plains of the west or long journeys along the Barwon or the Castlereagh. But the man from outback stalked on indiffer ent. Then his sense of -humour assert ed itself. He transferred his old felt hat to the head of his canine friend, and followed by the witticisms of the crowd moved further westward.

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AGRICULTURAL BULLETINS. DISEASES OF FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

AGRICULTURAL BULLETINS. DISEASES OF FOWLS. The Department of Agriculture has published ' 'Farmers' iBulletinsl No: 15,' on the subject of diseases of fowls. In the preface it is stated that 'in a country like this, with, such an excellent' climate, abundance of land, and other conditions in every way es sential to the keeping and breeding of healthy stock, it might readily be as sumed that there would be little dis ease in,, our poultry' yards, in compari son with other countries where moist conditions -and little sunsT51ne:tor sev eral months of the year obtain. Ra ther than this, it has to be regretfully acknowledged that the disease of chickenhood (are such 'that 'fully 50 per cent, or more of those hatdhed toover reach 'a marketable period, while tho quantities of emaciated, droopy adult specimens in the Sydney Kaleyards testify to the prevalence of fowl sickness, and a consequent high death rate. Hitherto the only advice 011 diseases was that contained in a few pages at the end...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOW BANQUETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

SHOW BANQUETS. The action of the Mudgee Sliow Com mittee is worth imitating by the Ba thurst Association. The 'Guardian states that at the last meeting of the committee ' the question as to whether time should be taken up at tho next Show luncheon with a toast list was considered, and the opinion was freely expressed that sucu & couiae uau heretofore viewed with disfavour by those taking an interest in the ring events; as the latter were ncesSarily delayed through the officials being de tained at the luncheon. It was resolv ed ultimately that there should be no toast list at the next show.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

EOT BO RELIEF I ffljVpil Which Spread Over Hands, Arms, ? Neck, and Face— Face so Swollen She Could Not See — Doctor Called It Incurable— Treated by Many but Grew Steadily Worse UNtlL WHOLLY CURED BY CUTICURA REMEDIES *' My wife wae cured of eczema about ifor yMn ago. It camo between nor ftzifers and on tho palm?. She was ad ▼iaed by frienda first io try one thing and then another but it continued to spread to tho elbovs. She had the ad vioe of three doctors. The first said fthero was no cvcc. The second said the disease ws3 duo to tho cnango of air and water — our home being in Kent. She continued with him for about three months but she still got voree. Much against my wish she went to t.'ic hospital. They gave her a prescription for ointment only, a hat did noC satisfy me, so after n weok I went with her to another doctor, as tho eczema began to rhow on her face. Ho ?aid he could cure her but it would tako a long time. He attended her five ?weeks, giving her medicine and oint ment...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Methodist Foreign Mission. WORK IN NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

Methodist Foreign Mission. WORK. IN NEW GUINEA. The annual -services 111 connection j with the Methodist Foreign Missions were held yesterday in the William street Church, Rev. E. W. Bromilow, be ing the preacher. At tlie morning service ithe -preacher took as -his text: And Paul rehearsed! what God had wrought among the Gentiles by liis Ministry,'— vvi iq Manv people, said the IVULa — ? ------ preacher, objected to Mission work to the heathen because their faith in God was weak. The work of the missionaries was to go to the inner part of things, and perfect every part. This was done in business and science, and the same course should be adopted witfi regard to religious matters, doiik, aibm' the Missionaries should stay at home and convert their own country people, but ho asked if this was what Jesus Christ wanted them to do. The Metho dist Missionary Society sent their mis sionaries to the South Eastern portion I of New Guinea at the request of Gover nor McGreggor, and with the co...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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DROUGHT PREDICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

DROt PREDICTIONS. ? ? - , — — .1 'i-'y Mr. C. Wragge, was not long after j his .. return from. India, in giving the] people of Australia aiid ' ^ew;; Zealand j .'tlie benefit ot his knowledge,' .rand,,;b;isF| predictions concernine the 'future sea- | eons in New South Wales are not- .re-v assuring, for lie asserts tha,t, a, general --'-'»u..nuiv be expected, getting worse and worse during tue tiext few years. Mr. Griffiths, Acting?. Federal Meteorologist, in his answer to Mr. Wragge, is more comforting. Ha assumes that Mr. Wraggo baaed tls statement on a supposed connec tion of the spots on the sun and wea ther conditions of the earth, ' and pro ceeds to assert that Scientists were divided in opinion on this point which iva.fi now rieoeiving fc great -'deal of at^ei'ticn, and,' lie adds: 'There' was no jbatiMtio'n for assuming that connec tion it established in Australia. ^At tempts had been made to tcc -wheffier there was a connection between the rain curves and sun spots, and the....

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

Now the time to take a holiday, get out into the country, 011 the mountains and visit the seashore, but do not forgot to take a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi era. and Diarrhoea Remedy along with you. It is almost cortnin to bo needed, and can not bo obtained on railroads or steamships. It is too mucti o£ a risk for anyone to leave home on a journey without it. For sale by L. Kdgloy and Co.

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THE FALL OF MANN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

THE FALL OF MANN. The trouble at Broken Hill, whiclr 011 Saturday developed such a serious aspect, marks nothing more than it does the baneful influence of one man. We eau sea.rely credit that a body of in dustrious, sober-minded men— who have so far acquiesced in the resort to arbitra tiou as to send a special representative, armed with full powers, to a conference in Melbouvnfe -v i tlx the representative of the Proprietary Company and Mr. Justice Higgins, President of the Fed eral Arbitration Court, with a view to the last-named eventually arbitrating in a more definite maimer— could so pre judice their case, as they undeniably did on Saturday, without the operation of such baneful influence as we have not ed. ''It is evidence of how, far the noto riety hunting Socialist extremist may. go (by judicious playing on men's passions. Socialists H3» ?.of 'diitoreiit grades, and we doubt not that the T.'C. Watson type has- no -sympathy with such as T.oi): ;'Mann— but; is. is notorious t...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

: '? ... ' V MINING. A Mtidgee syndicate (says the 'Guar- dian) ; is*; In process of formation to take': over 'the option of purchase of the British Lion Mine, situated at Gulf Mountain,' Upper Turon. The mine was worked in the early sixties and sev eral crushings were taken out, which gaye results of six to fifteen ounces per ton. The mine was worked under the primitive conditions of mining of those days, and -miners were driven out by the heavy water when they had reached the shallow depth of 140 feet. When the option is accepted the party will test the lower levels in the vicinity of theso rich veins by means of tunnels, which 'have been driven under them !to drain off the water. There are said also to be some satis factory low grade deposits In the close vicinity of the shafts which liave been put down on the lino of reef.

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CORPORATION SALE YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

CORPORATION SALE YARDS. Tlie draw for positions at the sale yai-ds to-day is as under: James Cassidy 1, E. H. Taylor and Co. 2

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INDUSTRY REWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

INDUSTRY REWARDED. Mr. A. S. Tuckerman, in addition to Teaping a rich harvest of hay, -has ga ; ;thered 150 bags of the primest wheat. Mr. Tuckerman's 'harvest affords a striking example of what may be achieved by the indomitable and in - dustrious farmer who laugh's at the ; devastation by drought. Whatever em ? ployment one follows with pcrsever | ance and assiuduity will be found fit for him; it will be his support jn youth, and (his comfort in age. In learning tho useful part of any pro fession, , (very moderate labilities will suffice— great abilities -are generally injurious to the possessors. Life has been ' compared to a race; but the al lusion still improves by observing that the! most swift are ever the most apt to stray ffroin the courstey— ^Mudg'eGj Guardian.' .

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EIGHT HOUR DEMONSTRATION PROFITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

EIGHT HOUR DEMONSTRATION PRO ; . FITS. The Secretary of the Sydney Eight Hour' Demonstration states that £1400 represents clear profits 011 last, year's celebration. Of this amount _ £1250 goes to the Trades Hall Association.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

Mr. A. Ariglin, Eureka-streot, 'Bnllurat, Yic., writes : ' Chamberlain's Colic, Choler* imd Diarrhcoa Keracdy is a tip-top remedy for cramps in tlin etomach, diarrhoM *nd dysentry. X have used it and can theiefor# attest to its merits. I never fail to praiso Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarrliWs. Romedyi wheuever an opportunity present® itself.' For sale by L. Edrfey and Co. KLt^mONS PKAIsij B / 7 Guess an kotherlafe ) jS— I | ( Ihar no. Tobacco on y J J (TOBAC^j' AWARDED 1 BOLD MEDALS, ill :orPyniTY ' ./HIP NATURAL' AROMA ///Mr and PERFECTION U SUNOL 111 'annot be EnceHecf. ' SDNOL attained its prosont degree of weawrif iiniiiiim high favor mainly by reason of one important deparfcuro, tho manufacturers havo wisely taken from tho much abused modern method of making, viz, tho total oxelusionof perfumes or flavor i ing of any kind, retaining tho leaf's original aroma, and excluding all injurious impuri tios. SlINOL, Plug, Dk. or Bt. 6 O lb. pst. It. SUNOL, Cut, D or B lib bx 6 O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

WOO L |||®JST#P|fc w H E AT UiSlKlli™ ' '^DlVl 111 I'm | Fat ^ Stock l Salesmen. ' [?] ^ iiii i a w i ^!||| I^a j Stock & Station Ag'ents. REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKIMS. SELLING if]p PER CENT. CHARGES OM WOOL. SELLBNG BffSOSZEESS'ONLY Offices and Stores 1 CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. QUICK RETURNS. LIBERAL ADVANCES. WALTER TIMSLEY, ' Li«ciised Holder oE Muster Plumber Diploma, issued by tlio Sydney Technical College.) Hot 'Sifatar & Qnnitai'y Engineer Hlootriorvl & Moohanical BoJSfltter Wind Kill's & Pumps fixed & repaired Gkilvnniscd Iron Vv'ork of lLve/y Description. Address.: 164 Pipe#* St. BaShurst harmless to everything^||^^^J else. SoHl in LAW FORMS :of alii kinds may be obtained at ABWiAWS Pill S ' | THE CREAt' 'liver tonic AND I BLOOD PURIF5ER. A Positive Cure for INDIGESTION. . ? BILLIOUSWESS. DYSPEPSIA. GOUT & RHEUMATISM, j KIDNEY TROUBLES. j ^ ^ ^ purely Vegetable Compound). j I ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

ALL ARB UNITED In saying that for all Stomach. Trou bles there is 'no remedy Ulia Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Price 2/6 per tin. Obtainable at Mockler Bros.,' George-street, Bathurst; B., Morgan, Burraga'.^. ? ? ?- - ?' ^ GLOOMY, CONDITIONS AT CA$COAIt The outlook for a better (season at Carcoar continues to t-e gloomy. No rain' of - any importance has fallen' for about Bix weeks, and the absence of it has' made itself felt in many Quar ters. Grass is fast going offi, and water is also scarce.- Potato crops will feel I the want of moisture at this time of I the year very keenly, and If- rain does not fall within reasonable tiitfe the prospects of any largo cropa will be gone. This is just tfoe critical period for potatoes. Rain is also wanted if [any wintesr g,na,s? a is to be brought about, as the end of January Bad the month of February are always the pe riods for this district, wben good steady soaking rains are needed. The line across here is now taxed to its utmost in carr...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Weather Forecast, JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

. ..?y Weaiher Forecast, JANUARY. Mr. J. Cummiug Ogg, o£ New Farm, Brisbane, gives the following forecast for January: — 8th to 15th, Queensland: Soon becom ing rather sultry and severe electric dis (prbauce's 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 &r first hut 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. (half. ' The wlna also blows a gale from north to west, and later on changes to the south. Cooler for a lit tle. . \ 16th to 23rd, Queensland: ' Oppre'ssire conditions rapidly, overtake the State, and disturbances of a monEoonal nature anticipated, more especially in the' nor thern and central divisions, and where in their pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 11 January 1909

PERFECT UiUlflBTlON MIS AN S FECT HEALTH. A good stomach keeps every part e£ 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 of the stomach. They possess exactly the Hame properties as the gastric jui ces and other digestive fluids of the stomach. They actually do the diges tive work of the stomach, and enablo that organ to rest, recuperate, and beeome scrund and healthy. They act in a mild, natural manner, and cause no disturbance in the digestive ganB. They prevent any fermentation of the food, which causes sour stom ach. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules | instil health into every part of tha human body. They compel pcrfeet di gestion of the food and pcrfwit *»- elmilatiOB of the foo8 nutriment. Every or0&» of the body io k»?t in repair, and good health (aiesjessarHy results. At the same time the stomaeh, being relieved of its work, gete well aud strong. Obtainable at Mockl«r...

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