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

fHHER IUKT-' . GME UP HOPE ?i .. p ? . )f Curing Her Baby's Terrible Itch ing, Burning Eczema— It Spread Over Head, Body, and Limbs Could Get but Temporary Relief Until Cured by Cuticura. 'CUTICURA DESERVES : . JHE WORLD'S PRAISE', ? 'I feel it my duty to writo concerning ? lUo wonderful cure of my child. Eczema broke out (it first J\ on his head and \~/Ti *^Ay \ ta.ce and then on V) the body and .fc-M / chiefly tho joints j tho arms and A legs. Hewasnoth L 'n8 but a 1111128 °' - sores, itching and -f burning, and per 1 . /I mitting no rest for 1 -J him or me, night or day. I tried all V ^ liuX \ manner of oinfc - ' \ Vi'' ' ments and medi cines, he has been under doctor's treat ment for nine months, and in tho hos pital five weeks, but all to no purpose ? with the exception of temporarily reliev ing tho suffering. I was almost driven to distraction. I did not know what to do and had almost given up hope of ever getting a cure. Then my mother entreated mo to try Cuticura. Two lioncs...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WHEAT SPORT. CLAIM OF 90 BUSHELS AN ACRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

A WHEAT,; SPORT. CLAIM. OF 90 BUSHELS AN ACRE. A South Australian paper reports that an- e^ginedriver,:!.Mr,1,.J.,. J. ,0'Shea, at ^Judunda, last , year; noticed '.a'mongst ?'a wheat , crop aj plant .bearing' two heads on, each; stalk.. l). Anticipating a .new wheat, Mr. O;^?^ carefully collected.' every ^rain witi}»'avview oi-itesting his find. The, grain tiius got weighed 5%Oz. .{^...p'Sh.e^gOi a^.^o.^njake a.thprough jfcB^tjofjjthe ..^hgat, p,ut tho .experiment to the. -hands, spf i^s^'S. Dermodyi'. Bros. Tie'fsrain ywff. sojenobetween' a' drilled' stfip:cofcMiSr6hallis-:NQ. :3 .f.|i'd 'BlUe^' ndJ ?grain being, ;«o.wn, in the centre 'stHp by drill. ioThe new iwheat wafi hand-sown afterwards . about, .-the saine distance apart as that 'sown by the drill. The ?result- eclipSed all .expectations. On an! average the Marshall's and' Bluey vari Stieswpyoduoed eight 1 stalks fo,r. eyery grain sown, 'and- the new variety had 1G to every grain sown, while, more remark able still, the plan...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

INTEREST AWAKENED. Interest awakened everywhere In the maryellous cures of Cuts, Burns, and Wounds with' Dr. Sheldon's Mag netic- Liniment. Price 1/8 and 3/. Ob tainable 'at Mockler Bros., George-st., Bathurst; E. Morgan, Burraga.*

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

: -.v. U.'l...1 -I' ?' ? ? ? - - - BLAYNEY, WATER SUPPLY. The .Bathurst ., Municipal authorities have, with v.ery . good reason, complained bitterly of tfiei' consumption of water in the town, but judging ' by the following extract from otjr Blayney;, contemporary the ratepayer's, in. that,. tpwn are even more lavish.; The spaper states As showing the exorbitant! amount of water used by townspeop'e, a few figures will be instructive. During the past four weeks the water pumped into the reser voir was 2,681,975 gallons, of which the railway authorities used 1,320,000 gal lons. ? Thus the townspeople accounted for the 'remainder, ^roughly an average of 49,009 gallons for 'each ofs the 28 days.' The 'premises -connected with the supply -number- 130, so that the average ' amount ; for each was 370 gallons per-day. And as many of those connected use practically nothing these figures' show' pretty plainly that some body has been wasting the water whole sale, and 'the only possible solutio...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rabbit Destruction. WERE SUFFICIENT EFFORTS MADE TO DESTROY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

- Rabbit' Destruction. WERE SUFFICIENT EFFORTS MADE TO DESTROY. ? At thfe Police' Court yesterday, be fore Mr. T. C. K.' McKell, P.M., Tho mas Cheney was charged with failing to destroy rabbits' on his run at Black Springs, near Evans' Plains. Ed ward Gregory Lyiich, Rabbit Inspec tor, prosecuted. Mr. Kenny appeared for the Pas tures Protection Board, and Mr. Mc intosh for defendant; Complainant deposed that he visited Black Springs- '6n 27th and 30th No vember; the place was overrun with rabbits; harbors existed in' the pad dock such as briars, log fences, blind creeks, etc.; ' two 'trappers were at work, but trapping was ineffectual; the rabbits were nearly all young; there j were no signs' of fumigating in the warrens, an2: the drily signs of trap [ ping were clofee ' to 'the hut; on the I eastern boundary there were tracs of ja poison cart; in- the other paddocks the rabbits were numerous, but were ' not as badly infested as the northern i paddock; trapping was going on, and sig...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Cable News, London, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

General Cable News, J London, January 11. Sata.Khan, the Nationalist Leader, has ordered ,tho- confiscation of ail property of the Sbaii of Persia in the province of Azerbijau. . , ! ?? -; M, Milanovitcli, Servian Foreign- Min ister, lias assured D. Forgatli, -tho, -A up-.- trian Minister at Belgrade,, that -liis re cent speech had no aggrqssi.ye tendency, and lie regretted that it. snould. liave been represented 111 a hostile sense. Some, circles at . Berlin describe the publication of the Scliliesse'n incident as an ill-advised attempt by the' Court, and Military Pa^ty to assert, the- Emperor's charge against Prince BuloW, the Im-- ?pei'ial Chaiiqelior. . - Six of the Tennessee night- .riders have been sentenced to. be* Jianged. on February 19, and two otliers havo been ordered to .be imprisoned for; a term of 2i'i years eaclr.' ? '

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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eneral News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

General News, i / I A miner, Elijah Lavender/ who lias; a wife and eight children, wais garrotted 011 Queen's Bridge, Melbourner:ori. Sat urday night and robbed of £:99 iir;sove^ reigns. This amount represented '3.5. years' savings, and had . been -i.-taken; from the bank to enable Lavender- to go, to Broken Hill. . |l Fourteen swimmers essayfed to swim eight miles in the Yarra oi Saturday, from Hawthorn to Price's Bridge; Six finished the course, including : a lady competitor, Miss Ruby Borb'ier. Duriug 1907 the gain in population to New South Wales was 42,240 persons. Altogether there were in that year. 841, 391 males and 731,833 females'. in -the State. j; . -? ' ? The record number of 1^,18 S.-i'Mv.rl- : ages was registered during ijl907. ? -Tlie.- : excess of births over deaths was -'25', 785^ . but the birth-rate was' the' lowesto-for' 10 years. , - ' . '? ' j i ? Existence may be summed up- 'tliiis TJ^ : till thirty— live. After thirty— liver; .rAnd. ; then— just living.— R. ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. : . Sydney, Monday. Seventy-six trucks of produce were offered, by auction at Central Railway Yards this morning. Eighteen of the number failed to find purchasers. Extra prime chaff, 5s 2d to 5s 3d ; prime,. 4s 7d to' 4s iqd. Lucerne hay was 5s per ton lower.: Choice small bales, 5s i id to 6s ; prime, 5s. 5d. to 5s gd j prime dumps and trussed, hay, 4s::..9d', prime, large., .bales,-; -4s. „4d,vto 4s iod:;- medium, 3s .gd to 4s id. Prime, lucerne chaff, 6s 3d. Prime oaten rack hay( : 6s id. Derrick straw, 2s gd. Prime. chickwheat, 3s TJAd to -?s Sl4d V second qualify, 3s 4^d, to 3s jd. Po tatoes, 4s to 6s 3d. .Onions; 5s. ?? ; Oaten hay : Prat ley, Uathurst, passed', Rodwell, Lyndhiirst, 6s id.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SATISFACTORY POLICE ARRANGEMENTS. Broken Hill, Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

' SATISFACTORY POLICE ARRANGE MENTS. Broken Ifiil, Monday afternoon. A huge crowd was present at the changing of the' pickets this afternoon, bu: everything passed off in quiet. A large body of police was in attendance. ' ' '^omrt 'Mann' speaks' to;night;: ato.'the Trades Hall. Many of the arrested men have been' released on; bail. ^Superintendent JohnsonMhas :? sent a special ^repbrt by telegraph from Broken: Hill J{o* tke'^Inspertor-GeheralvOf Po* lice', Irt 'wfii'6h -he states that' the 'police at' first experienced' 'aifflciilty ? in i getting 'Icidgiiigs 'and:|meals 'at the restaurants and boarding; iouses,;but-: that thisrha.s been! overcome andr the police are,fluite iindependent so far-as-'food aud lodgings are concerned. ?

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

HOMEBUSH STOCK 'SALES.' - ; . I ' Sydney, Monday. - 1 Buyer, at Homebush Yards today had 36,457 sheep and lambs, and 1317 cattle offered to the'm.- For all stock values were easier, cattle declining 10s per head. Sheep : Wethers, 4s to 14s 6d j ewes, 3s to us 6d. ' Lambs : 5s to 12s 6d. Cattle: Bullocks, £5 to ^11 j cows, ^4. to ,^8 10s. ^

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHARF LABORERS AFFECTED. WILL REFUSE TO HANDLE CARGOES Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

WHARF LABORERS AFFECTED. WILL REFUSE TO HANDLE CARGOES Sydney. Monday. I It was stated this morning that it had been decided by the' Sydney Wharf Laborers' Union to refuse to work any concentrates or bullion from the Pro prietary Company's smelting works at Port Pirie. Various members of the Labor Party, invited by pressmen to speak on the in dustrial position persisted in maintain ing a discreet silence.

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BATHURST STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

'' BATHURST STOCK SALES. At the Corporation Saleyardii yester day, 36 fat cattle were yarded. . Medium weight and quality sold at -^7 10s to £l 16s ; inferior, ^5 to' £6 17s: Fat cows, '£$ 12s to £ 6 5s. Fat heifers, £4 '7s 10 ^-5 is. Store heifers and steers, to 19s. . Store calve?, to 9s. Fat sheep, 7s 8d to 10s iod. Best beef, per ioolbs, 23s.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Wool Sales. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

Sydney Wool Sales. Syflney, Monday. The ? CocQperative Company offer. id 3000; bales.-,:; The' improvement noted in iho..i.-;ai-ket-.last week-; was more than /??onflrmed-itorday aiK}, {values showed an ii'.l round, improvement .of from 7%d to JO, per. cent-: over the December prlj :s. .Sales:, Greasy Biggp, oyer WP, first combing, 12-%d, 12J/id, 12d; second combing,. -ljjjjijd. JOC, ,.pver Howell's Creek, Wi-^j, flrpt. pieces 9%d. C.C over Gor.dpn,, PowiijS, .A-A.W-E., 12%d, A.W.E.,12d, ,p.l?., Wrjl,, l?d, necks 10%d, first pieces, :!}%d, second,. 8d, first bel lies first . lambs b%d, seconds 8%d. j T.D. oyer, AUo.jl, fleece ;12%d. D.M. over Mofflity, fleece, 12d.-.Jf,R.. G. Bros., over Bigga, -,fleecg, ;ll%d,. J-E.W over Fair band, rover, ya^s, Ji^cca ll%d, Y.O.C. over B, first, ;iieece;,. lid, W.R. and S.N. over Somerton,. first E.W., lid, first W.H. lO^d.-jflr^t^jieqes 8%cl,..firqssbred 9%d. R.D. in Oblc-.yg,; first, combing 12%d, su per clothing . 9v^d^, A,P.,:ov.er Adelong, fl...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOVING FOR ARBITRATION. Melbourne, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

, ; MOVING-..FOR ARBITRATION. ''r ;VMei,bp,urag, Monday. . / ,In.i connection with .' the Broken Hill trouble, .arrangements liave 'been made on 'behalf '.'Of -the 'men under 'sction '6.lof the,. Commonwealth Arbitration Act for an interim injunction to restrain the Proprietary Company from continuing! the . lockout of the men. ' Mr. Justice Higgins, President of the Federal Arbitration Court, rode to Dro mana this morning, and telephoned to the Registrar to make himself conver sant with the position. Mr. Barnett sug gested that Mr. Justice Higgins should see him and talk matters over, and it is probable that his Honor will comply with the request.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SATURDAY NIGHT ROWDYISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

[?] On Saturday night between 11 and 12 o'clock, a party of young fellows.' were conducting themselves in a; disorderly manner 'in Howick-stre'et, when Senior ponSKble Sheehy and Constable,, Griflin came on thtoscene.:^: Qne ;of: the number, Harold Dehmead j dancing round ready to fight everyone he1 met. . . .The party had all evidently been Jnduleiner too. freely in drink' during the ;eVeniiigj but Deiimeacl's condition was worse than his companions, and the police ar- l r?f ?e-J hlm fo'r being drunk arid/ disor derly. Subsequently ?o'ne''of the party Ernest Mansell — complained to Senior Constable Sheehy that Denmead had as saulted him and the police officer, there upon entered a charge of assault against him. Denmead appeared before the Po lice. Magistrate yesterday and' pleaded guilty to being drutik and disorderly and was fined 10/, in default 3 days' im prisonment Mansell was called but did not appear in support of the charge of assault, and this charge was withdrawn.

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECITAL AT KELSO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

RECITAL AT KELSO. A very enjoyable organ ? recital , Was given by the Cathedral organist, , Mr! C. A. Jarman, in Holy Trinity Church, Kelso, on Sunday afternoon. There was a fair attendance, and on the beautiful organ in this church, Mr. Jarman ably displayed/ his talents as a concert- organist;- Special mention may be made of Sclmberfs 'Military March,'! and Gore Ouseley's '.'St. Poly-, carp,' with its running ; pedal 'pas sages. '.In addition to these, Mr. Jarman piayedu,i&nfe ' without Words' (Germain),; ^Cpn GrandezztT (Dr. , Vin-. cent-), (and 'Humoresque'j ^v&rakj'.! tfhoirecital-.was ; preceded; br a..' short- ened !i form ? of evensong^ *'7'

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROKEN HILL TROUBLE. PLAYING "THE MARSEILLAISE." JUBILIATION OVER MANN. Broken Hill, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

BROKEN HILL TROUBLE. PLAYING 'THE MARSEILLAISE.' ____ - \ JUBILIATION OVER MANN. Broken Hill, Monday. The lesson read by the' police at Bro ken Hill on Saturday has -had the ef fect of imbuing the crowd with a wholesome respect for the constables, where before they had been regarded rather contemptuously. The arrest of Tom Mann, steadied and dazed the crowd for some time. The' Postmaster at Broken Hill wired the Deputy Postmaster-General last yight to the effect that Sunday had passed peacefully, but that the workers were in a great state of foment and restlessness. Processions of thousands, vH.h brass bands, were marching Ihiough the streets, cheering the xuen ar csttd on Saturday, aud -hooting 'ho pn'ice. The Socialists were very much in evidence; the bands played 'The MacEe.'i/aise' In front of the police' sta-i Hun. The explosion at Wilkinson's Btore was not intended so much to damage the buildiug as a demonstration against the firm. j At the Police Court this afternoon,! all th...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
B. Company Volunteers. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

B. Company Volunteers. The' officer commanding, tjie Regiment having/decided to 'issue a hew pattern Khaki uniform, members of. the. Com pany are directed to attend at the Drill Hall on ^Wednesday evening, 13th inst., for '$®, ''Purpose of being measured by the military tailor, who will be in -at-'! tendance. - The .new patern short M.L.E. rifle Is .nottv ready -fon issue, and members are directed to return the old rifles, to gether with bayonet, scabbard, -oil bot tle, .and^pull-through, and take delivery of the new weapon. of tlrg.. new rifle may interest many of our readers. The wea po'' ^s I' tlle 01(1 rifle, is constructed on the bolt system, but the barrel - is five Inches shorter; the sighting is a radia] backsight, with a vertical fine ad justm'ent\and 'windage; the scale on these- are- alike, a U shaped cut takes' the place of the V on the back-sight, I and a flat bar instead of the V on the foresigh.t . . . *The barrel is covered throughout with wood, and the rifle' weighs...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

POLITICAL. Dr. Howse; of Orange^ is mentioned as a probable opponent ofv--Mr.= «-E.-(Sp Carr,' M.H.R., in Macquarie. at next,i Federal election (says the,. ..Blayney paper), .The '' Molong- Express', says : — Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick, ; M.L.A., is in receipt of a communication from Mr. Parkhillj secretary of the L. and .R. Association, asking him, to visit Sydney as soon as possible to talk matters over in connection with the , Macquarie election. If J.C.L. decided : to contest this seat against Ernest Shoebridge Carr ? the sitting member would get the ' father ofra licking.'

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

Ij^OR S ALK, Batliurst Dairy ' Company: . ^SHARES ; safe invcatmont. SLADE, William-stroet. FRUIT SALE at Our Rooms, -Qooree-. streot, TO-DAY, at 3 o'clock. JAS. APPS & SON, Auctioneers. i MUSIC.- Mr. LESLIE WILLIAMS has resumed duties. 282 'Itocket- street. :-??? LMSWOOD SCHOOL, 214' Russoll-ijt. Torm begins WEDNESDAY, 27th JANUARY. Mrs. CHIPl'INDALL. W' 'anted to Purchaso, HORSE for Phtoton, suitable for lady to ' drive, must bo quiet. Apply, U. J; TINKLER, 45 WlUiani-strcet. .

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