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MEXICO VISITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

MEXICO VISITED. . ) The -entire, west coast , of Mexica has been shaken by an earthquake. The damage, however/ is drilling, j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

V,, Thor°,s noth!n6 so had for a cough as C0UghinK There's notli ▼ilfteii/ ing s° good ? for a cougk as Ayer's 'illy ®kerry ^-0°' ^ion y°Q vwy! //fl/t mil* hav0 a genu' ) / m f lw// 1 l/nxr&Aaa co'^ or a J j! jf \ |W hard cough, j or^henthore j 'Wjlrty -i®*- a is inflamma-3 mation in the throat or lungs, theaj you need !''? ?' siller's :fi 'Ckerrif 9cet&ralj It is a carefully propared, accurately compounded medicine for all diseases ! of tho throat and lungs. It contains ' strong and active ingredients, such as are extensively prescribed by tho me li cal profession. It is tho oldest, strong est, and best medicine for coughs and colds you can possibly buy. Accept no cheap and worthless sub- ? stituto. Bo sure you get Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It contains no narcotic or poison of any kind. . Prepared by Dr. 1. C. Ayer & Co., Lowoll, Mass., U. S. A, lode leverage tfiat benefits. j N0T imply a thirst- j quencher, not merely I a stimulant, but just the j purest, mos...

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CABLE NEWS. THE MESSINA EARTHQUAKE. PROVISION FOR ORPHANS. RELIEF MEASURES CONDEMNED. BUTCHER'S AWFUL EXPERIENCE. London, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

GABLE NEWS, THE MESSINA EARTHQUAKE, | ': PROVISION FOR ORPHANS. | RELIEF MEASURES-'-CONDBMNED. ' ? | . BUTCHER'S AWFUL EXPERIENCE.. . % London, January lli. ?- m Italy calls all tlie poor orphans of g- . the earthquake 'cliidren of the nation,' :-i and they are to be provided for until - -they become of age. There are now 11,500 troops in Mes sina and 7000 at Reggio, where public moneys and documents have been re ; ' covered from the ruins. . . - ^ v ; Stores are being withheld from refu gees in order to compel them to quit ! the city.' It Is officially stated that the Straits ? ;. of Messina are again safe for naviga . . tion. ... -: Vessels of the North German Lloyd were lately ordered . to steam west of '0 Sicily.. \ General Mazza, Royal Commissary at ;; Messina, admits that the rescue work . at first suffered from confusion, but adds that the soldiers and sailors de sfjy, . eerve the 'greatest praise for- what they ' had done.' : ' ? { ' ? Tho greatest' tasks of the 'authorities...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

PERFECT DIGESTION MIS AN H fHi« FBCT HEALTH.. A good stomach keeps ©very part ef the body in perfect condition, and Dlseaee cannot break In. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are a natural rem edy for all disorders and weaknesses ol the stomach. They possess exactly the same properties as tho gaetrio jnl ? cos and other digestlTO fluids of the Btomacli. Thoy actually do the diges tive work of the stomach, -and enable . that organ to rest, recuperate, and become sound and healthy. They act in a mild, natural manner, and cause no diotnrbance in lhe dlgratiivs Jbtv gans. Thoy prevent any fermentation of the food, which onuses sour ntom ach. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules instil health into every part of the human body. Tbey tmpel perfect di gestion of the food and porfeet as Blnriiataon of the food *utrim*nt. Every orgou of the body is kept ha repair, and good health Tiiftcssai'Itiy results. At the same time the stomach, being relieved ot it« work, gets well aud strong. Obtainable at Mo...

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INTERNATIONAL SHOOTING TEST. INVITATION TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

INTERNATIONAL SHOOTING TEST, -? INVITATION Tp AUSTRALIA'. -Major J, J. Paine,, honorary sccfetw 5 of the Commonwealth Council 0' IliLi s, Associations of . Australia, -has received - ^ fi om General James A. Drain, president j.-', , of, the National Rifle, AssociaUon -! ' America, an invitation to send a t«n ^ of riflemen to the United States l!i'= ^ year, to take part in an international t competition. It. is proposed to hold iu the Ual'-rf £,*? '' States of America, during Sejitcn-:' ^ rext, an international rifle and revolver ^ ^ p shooting tournament, at which W' ^ ^ j;. long and short range and various fityW cf shooting will be, carried on. T'1 ijfi', L ~1,;' V';incipal feature of the tournament^ ^*.j- '? be a contest for the famous ''Pal®' ^ - Trophy,' which is emblematic ol ® world's military team championship- 1' addition to this match will be a teaul I match at 300 metres. Continental . thods of shooting and targets, and ? ... team match for revolver or pistol matches will ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER II. (continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

COMRADES IN ARMS.! -n ' CHAPTER II. (continued). J Kecognising that their plans must bo laid carefully, they took the greatest care to avoid uiakiug any false step, or acting in a manner which might serve to rouse the slightest suspicion. As a preliminary, accordingly, thty made ev ery effort to establish friendly relations .with the object of their ill-will. Theso were crowned by a greater measure of success than they had anticipated. Au drey. for her nart. cerlainlv found her self unable to combat the intuitive dis trust she felt towards both of them, but she met their overtures in a spirit of at any rate ordinary politeness. Eliot, however, on the other hand, accepted tlie new order of things with character istic readiness, for he always liked to be on good terms with everyone. Hence, lie gradually ceased to keep Drake at a distance, 'while at the same time, he also became an intimate member of the I little circle which Mrs. Carter had ga thered round' her. It was to fulfil a lon...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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SPORTING. CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIA v. NEW SOUTH WALES. NEW SOUTH WALES BATS WELL. TWO CENTURIES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

SPORTING.' ? ^.CRICKET. . la SOUTH A-DSTRALIA v. NEW SOUTH . ? ' . ? ?'?WALBA U i NEW^SOUTU WALES BATS WELL, TWO C15NTU1UE8. Sydney Monday. 1 tie inter-state maicn oc;ween South Australia arid N.S.W. was ^resumed in fine weather. Macartney and Bardsley resumed to the bowling of L. R. Hill and Wright, Runs came at a fair rate, althojglj neither batsman took any liberties with Wright who bowled really well. Bardslev !- ran to 50 after 90 minutes at the ! wickets, and Macartney eight minutes ' later recorded his half century. Boih were playing the bowling confidently, ? and each made some very good strokes', (? At the luncheon adjournment they nerg f still together, Macartney being i00| [ made in 2 hours 29 minutes, and ' Bardsley 94. On resuming, L. K, Hill was the first bowler, and his first ' delivery, a full loss, Macartney tried to get to leg, missed, and was out l.bw, Macartney's century included 12 fours', 1 for 203. Noble partnered Bardsley,' but after scoring 3, was out in a s...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

?' TERRIBLE FATE. It's a terrible fate to suffer from se rl°us Lung Trouble. Ward it off with P/*' Sheldon's New Discovery. Price 1/6 and '3/.- Obtainable at Mockler Bros.^.- -ri*orge-st., Bathurst; E. Mor gan, Burraga.* The -New^ South Wales military f6rces now consist of 85S5 ' men, as against S625 last year. Our cadet force com ?ri^'0 13,503 porsoi)s' as aeafost -12il92 In 1008. - , ; ' ' ? 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

A GREAT LAW SUIT DECIDED. - ?- The, Supreme Court, the People, have decided that Dr. Sheldon's New Dis covery wins against Coughs, Colds, and Consumption. Price, 1/G and 3/. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George 8t., Bathurst; E. Morgan, Burraga.*

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Mining News. A WARDEN'S COURT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

Mining News. A WARDEN'S COURT CASE. At Oberon on Friday, Mr. Warden Smith, of Truukey, had before him an objection lodged by Mr. Arnold, of Mt. Werong, against the granting of a min eral lease to Mr. F. Jennings, of Bath urst. The Court was crowded and much interest was manifested In the case. Ar nold, clainied to have been in possession and working the ground under a min eral prospecting area at the' time Jen nings pegged out and made application for a lease. Mr. F. B. Kenny and Mr. Thompson appeared on behalf of Jen nings. After -lengthy evidence was tak en the Warden decided against Arnold on . the ground that no work had been done on the claim although -he was sup posed to have been In possession for a considerable period. The Mines Depart lucnt have-jiow notified the Warden that no pr.osp'ectiug mineral areas will in future be- allowed and., this will effectu ally put a stop to shepherding. The lat est news. field is of an encour aging nature and the claim in question] ft.F°'s'...

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Local and General. THE FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

J tocaland General. THE FORECAST. I The forecast issued yesterday after noon by the Commonwealth Weather Bureau was as follows: 'Generally cloudy to rainy on the coast, with south and south-east winds, blowing fresh on the north coast with rough seas; fine and hot Inland.' The malxmum tem perature at Bathurst yesterday was 78 degrees.

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Dispute at a Shearing Shed. CHARGE OF ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

Dispute at a Shearing Shed. CHARGE OF ASSAULT. At the Police Court yesieraay, ue- . fore Mr. T'. C. K. McKell, P.M., George Allan Warby was proceeded against, on the Information of Pierrie Staple ton, with unlawfully . assa,ultin& ^ ' Jo seph Antony Coffey, at FrSeipautle... Mr. Kenny appeared for complain ant, Mr. Mcintosh for defendant ;Mr., McPliillamy watched the case in the interests of the owner's of the shed. ~ Pierrie Stapleton deposed that lie Was a clerk; he exhibited |the infor mation, but knew nothing of the-, case, Joseph Antony Coffey, laborer, de posed he was the person described' in the information; on govern Der he was working at Mr. Anderson's, at Freeman tie; defendant was tlie con tractor there; witness had been doing some book keeping for defendant, but was employed by Anderson ! Brothers; on November 25 some dispute arose with Warby about 35s that went through his books; witness went to the shearers' hut, where a dispute was going on N between the cook ...

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SUFFERING A RECOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

SUFFERING A RECOVERY. About 1 o'clock on Sunday morning, Constable Bartlett came across a man named James Hoctor in William-street, in a state of drunkenness. He locked him up aud yesterday lie was fined by I the Polce Magistrate 5/, or in default '?A hours' imprisonment.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

Mrs. S. L. Morrison, Humifray-street, Bnllnrat-, Vic., iwrites : 'Both my mother ntad Tare firm believers in Chamberlain's Tablets. -We; liavo used them for stomach a'pd liver troubles,' and have found them ni'os't effective. Tlve use of most pills is followed by constipation, but Cliamber lilin's .Tablet^ are so niilil aud gentle in tlieir action that' they leave no bad after I effect. For sale by L. Edgley and Co.

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LAGOON JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

LAGOON JOCKEY CLUB. The annual meting of the Lagoon Joc key Club jwill be held on the Lagoon course on February 3rd. The programme contains five races: Opening Handicap, 9 sovs; Trial Stakes, C sovs; Lagoon J. C. Handicap 12 sovs; Flying Handicap, C -.sovs;. Forced Handicap, 7 sovs. Nom inations for Opening Handicap, Trial Stakes'' and Lagoon Handioap close on Thursday, January 2Sth, and weights wili be declared on the 29th.

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Sydney Share Market. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

Sydney Share Market. ££*? '-I. ? i 7 - : . Sydney, Monday, Latest quotnt;ou8 \ Broken, Hill i, Junction North (2 mos.), S6s 6d.;, j,.,- .. . Broken. Bill South (con.), 79 s. ? O.K. Copper, 4s. 4d. ? Occidental,' Sa 4Jd. Broken Hill South Blocks, 24s. Bank of New South Wales, i64fi 5s.

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QUARTERLY LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

QUARTERLY LICENSING COURT. The' quarterly meeting of the Licen sing Court; was held yesterday, when Mr. T. C. K. McKell, P.M., Dr. Brooke Mi ore and Mr. E. T. Webb, J's.P., were present. Licensing Inspector Anderson submitted his report which was favor able. In one or two instances the stab | Hi s and sanitary arrangements were not too clean. The Police Magistrate remarked that if the publicans : did not keep the premises clean they should be proceeded against. The Inspector re ported that ho had received directions from the Health authorities in Sydney directing the publicans t'o have 'garbage bins, etc., erected. These wiere to be of special design.

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TREATMENT FOR WORMS IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

TREATMENT FOR WORMS IN SHEEV. . (From the Agrcultural 'Gazette.') ? Mr. , R. H. Gennys, Manager of the Experimental Farm, Glen Innes, hav ing recommended that a certain pro prieTary drench for lung-worms in sheep be tested upon some Infested sheep at the Farm, it was approved that the opportunity be embraced to carry, out. a series of experiments in connection with the various methods usually recommended for the treatment of lung worms In sheep. In pursu ance thereof, ' Mr. ' Max Henry, M.R.C. V.S., Government Veterinary Surgeon, was instructed to proceed to Glen Innes and make necessary arrange ments to carry out the work. Mr, Henry was directed to divide the num ber 'of sheep at the Farm into various lots, so that the following treatments might be tested in an . equal manner, viz.:' Dosing -with Proprietary Drench No 1 and Proprietary Drench No. 2; by intra-tracheal injections; by fumiga tion; and by feeding on artificial grass es. A certain number of the infested sheep were to be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

WOOL ^ j|| | | ^ WHEAT Stock /©ROHERSi Station Salesmen Agents. REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS. ' SELL1M© BROKERS OWLY ~ ? nuir. R^UBflls ? PER CENT. Offices and Stores. LIBERAL ON WOOL. CIRCULAR QUAY, /..nvAnirrc SYPFMEY. ? AUVAMfaES. WALTER T1MSLEY, Licensed Plumber & Gasfitta Holder of Master Plumber Diploma, issued by the Sydney Technical College.) Hot Water & Sanitary Engineer Sieutrioa.1 & Kfochanical Bollfiltor Wind Blillg & Frnnps fixed & repaired Galvanised Iron Work of Every Dcccription. Address : H S4 Poper St. Baihurst LAW FORMS iof'all]-Indr~may be obtained afcTHIS OFFICE. t WffimWfiZ THE GREAT LIVER TONIC AND I \ BLOOD PURIFIER. tea& _s-s3- &»S& A Positive Cure for INDIGESTION. ? ABBBBm BILLIOUSNESS. DYSPEPSIA, ; GOUT & RHEUMATISM.' KIDNEY TROUBLES.' I (A purely Vegetable Compound). . 1 ? '' ' ' HA.S STOOD THE TEST OF S0; YEARS. I Ji,e laLad!« -d-y...

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MOB RULE OR STATE POWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

. .MOB RULE OR STATE POWER. , Never before has au industrial strug gle such as that now being carried on at Broken Hill beeu known in the.hjs: : , ' tory of .^Australia, and It is well, that the Government of the State is in the , . hands of men of firmness of purpose, who.^will insist in! having (the laws o£ ..... the. landi obeyed at .any cost! The issue f. has w;eli, -been defined, as that- of Mob ? rule ;ngainst; State power, but, jjii'dgirig .?;l 'by; ievents which transpired on Saturday ? last the people have seen that those. In' authority when they strike, strike to »m eomo ; purpose.:- ,, To people at ? aj' dist ance' :from . the ? scene of operations it -..wpuld appear that there has been a cer tain: amount of delay or idilatoriness on the-part of the Government -in enforcing the law against the tnousands of men , and women who . have been openly flouting authority, but it is evident the course adopted has beeu for the best. The unfortunate part of the' affair is that these...

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