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BOWLING. BATHURST v. DUBBO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

BOWLING. BATHURST v. DUBBO. A bowling match took place yesterday between three rinks representing Bath urst and Dubbo, being the first compe tition with Bathurst for the Western District Shield.' ' Twenty-five heads were played, and the game was pretty evenly contested all through, although Bathurst managed to keep in front all the time. The green was in wretched condition, never has it been so rough since its formation, the extreme dry season, no doubt, being the chief cause. The following are, the scores ; — No. 1 Itink. B. D. Curran, Kenniwell, Mitchell, Edgley 28 — Irvine, Jelf, Wheeler, Hawkc ., , 18 No. 2. ^hep'ierd, Moody, Amos, Emiis .. 15 — Murray, Sillar, Mnthews, E. Gartrell — 20 , .No. 3. Hay ward, Golsby, Rigby, Curtis .. 21 — Cadraan, Adams, W. W, B. Smith, Kirkland . . . . . . — 22 . ? 64 60 Half-hour scores. Bathurst— 13, 2G, 39, 62, 64. Dubbo— 9, 2J, 32, 44, 60. During the course of the match, afiernoon tea was served to the visitors^, among whom were several ladies...

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VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Melbourne, Friday. The return match between Victoria and South Australia commenced to-day. The weather was fine, and the wicket in perfect order. Hill won the toss for South Australia, and decided to bat. Scores : — South Australia— First Innings, Mayne, b Lavers .. .. 8 Dolling, b Vernon .. .. .. 6 Olom Hill, b Vernon .. .. 1 Clnxtou, b Vernon .. .. .. 4 I'cllow. b Saundera .. .. .. 21 Roy Hill, Bt. Hustings, b Hazlott , . 6 Qehrs, b Hnzlett .. .. ,.17 O'Connor, c mid b Vernon .. . . 16 Whitty, c Saunders, b Bazlitt. . 0 Woodford, b Vernon , . . . . , 32 Wright-, not out . . ..... . . 1 Sundries ... ; .. . .. 10 Total 127 ' : Vernon, 6 for 24 j Lavor, 1 for Bowling . 2fl ; Hazlitt, 3 for 19 ; Saunders, 1 for 21'; Armstrong, 0 for 21. Victoria— First Innings. McKenzie. 0 Woodford, b O'Connor .. 4 Warho, b O'Connor .. .. 14 Armstrong, rmi out ,. .. .. J Ifanpford, not out . . . ? . . . 34 MoAlister, not out .. .. .. . 16 Sundries. .. .. ? . 7 Three wicket...

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CRICKET. INTERSTATE MATCHES. QUEENSLAND v. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

CRICKET. INTEBSTATE MATCHES. QUEENSLAND v. NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, Friday i ne return matcn between Queens land and New South Wales, seconds, continued to-day on the Cricket Ground in fine weather. New South Wales Captain won the toss and faced the bowling. They bst seven wickets for 181 runs. Bubbs (48) Reid, (38). New South Wales, first innings,- 256.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

TO. CURE INDIGESTION ? And Stomach Troubles, it is necessary to take after meals eomo harmless pre paration' which will /supply the na tural digestive fluids which every weak stomach lacks. And the best pre paration of this character is Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabules, which coutain : all the natural digestauts which nature requires for prompt digestion. One or . two taken after meals will prevent souring, fermentation, and acidity, and ensure complete digestion and assimi lation. Obtainable at Mockler Bros,,! Geor^e-stroet, Bathurst; £. Morgan Burraga^ . : t |

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ORANGE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

ORANGE RACES. Tho New Year meeting of the Orange Jockey Club was commenced yester day. The weather was fine, but hot and dusty, and the attendance, though good, didn't appear to be up to that of former years. Horse owners pat ronised the meeting liberally, 168 no minations being received ' for the ten events. Bathurst was represented by E. Ingersole' and J. Yeoman*, but neither supplied a winner. There was a good gathering of Bathurst sports, as usual. The favorite was success ful in nearly every race, consequently punters held an advantage over the layers of odds at the end of the day. Lillyman1, whose disqualification! has' not yet been endorsed, piloted - two ' winners. The management was all that could be desired, and the day's racing was carried through without a bitch. The results were' as follows: , Opening Handicap, 35 sovs., 6 fur longs: Cora Lynn, 9.0, 1; Jeannie Cameron, 9.7, i 2; Terrene, 7.4, 3. Oth er starters: Nicetus, 9.7;,' Lord Jersey, 9.0; Malgara, V.^' Theocin, 7...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

Longer Ago than Yesterday. Yesterday is not long ago, but ?eight years is. To. have been qure'd long ago, and to have been well ever since, surely means a permanent cure. Here is what a Cowra man has to say about it. Mr. J. T. Moon, railway guard, Cowra, says: 'Some time ago I met with an accident, and hurt my back. I had a pain right wicrosa the kid neys, which I could not get rid of. Being exposed to all weathers, I of ten got chills, and these would fly to my. kidneys, and I would be in agony. I have used a lot of medi cines for this trouble, but the only thing I got to answer the purpose was Doan's Brcckacho Kidney Pills. These wonderful pills have given me great relief. Railway^ V men cannot do better than take Doan's Backache ICldney Pills if they suffer from back ache. Mrs: Moon is also a great be liever in Doan's Ointment, she has used it several times, and finds it 1 healing and soothing. We always keep a pot In the house.' ^ Eight years later, Mrs. Moon says: 'We can speak...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. TATTERSALLS' RACE CLUB. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

SPORTING. THE TURF. . TATTERSALLS' RACE CLUB. Sydney, Friday. Tatter-sail's auu'ual race meeting! was concluded this .afternoon. Results: Hurdle Race: Mainspring, 9.8, 1; English, 9.8, 2; Consulate', 9.6, 3. Bet ting 5 to 4 English, 3 to 1 Main spring. Won by 8 -lengths. Time, 4.52%. ? ' Flying Welter: Brightie, S;13, 1,' Black Mark, 10.4, 2; Specimen, 8.12 3. 9 starters. Betting 7 to 2 against Brightie. Won by half a head. Time, 1.13%. New Year's Gift: Rose Ray, 9.3, 1; Oboe, 8.7, 2; Luciana, 7.0, ?' 3. , 9 starters, Betting, three to one 'the winner. Won bf'a neck Time, 1.39 '/L. : - Tattersalls'. Club'' .Cuip: Trentmdon,! 6.8, 1; Karanaud, 7.8, 2; Exsul, 6.10, 3. ; 11 starters. Betting, 9 to 2 Mal teur, 5 to 1 Exsul, Pharos, and Kara naud; 6 to 1 Welcome Trist, 20 to 1 the winner. At half mile from home Tre'ntmoon was leading the field by three lengths, the neariest iitten-dant being Karanaud, Lord Fitzroy, and Rocklight. Trentmoon maintained the lead, and coming into the straigh...

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OLD [?] PENSION PAYMENTS. London, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

OLD Ar ^ PENSION PAYMENTS. ' , London, January 1. The post office au^01''165 *ave pr° Tlded thirteen tons of 8llYer ^Ittt which to pay half a million The 1'Tlmes' Estimates that , ^ all the claims aro examined there if., be' 620,000 pensioners, costing £155,000 per week, exclusive Of administration

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

General News. One of the Chinese stowaways dis covered on the steamer Courtfield lost tho sight of an eye through hot cin ders from the furnace falling into tlie tank where he and others were hid ing. : ? .... The gold yield of New South Wales for the eleven months , of the year amounted; to 203, 032oz. 'fine, valued at f£S62,42G, which is less by 19,5Sloz. fine, and £83,17G in value', than the out put for the same period in 1907. The Prime Minister regards, the dis covery of Chinese stowaways- on board the steamer. Courtfield -with- the great est satisfaction, and says that the new law will go a long way towards stop ping the traffic. ( Now is the time to take a holiday, get out into the conn fry, on the mountains, und visit tho seashore, but do not forget to lake n bottle of. Chamberlain's Colic, CholJ era, and Diarrhoea Remedy along with you. tt is almost certain to be needed, and can not be ol'tuined on railroads or steamships. It is too much of a risk for anyone to leave home o...

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THE MESSINA EARTHQUAKE. QUARTER MILLION DEATHS. HARROWING SCENES. London. January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

THE MESSINa EARTHQUAKE. QUARTER MILLION DEATHS!. HARROWING SCENES. London. January ,1. The latest details of the earthquake In Italy show that a quarter of a .mil lion of people have lost their lives. The deaths at Messina number 135, 000, amongst whom are 200 visitors. Of a population of 44,000 at Reggio, 40,000 have perished. In Palermo, which has been destroy ed, there were 14,000 .deaths. 3000 persons were ' interred in a co::.mou grave. 4,000 perished in Baganara, and there were 1,500 deaths in Fem inaria. The town of Scylla, part of Reggio, has disappeared. 400 persons were killed at Reggio by the collapse of a I railway station, anil 2000 soldiers by the fall of the barracks. Immense ! fissures have opened at Heggjp. ' | A German steamer which was ap | proaching Messina was met by boat | loads of people craving for food and water. i The beach is covered with enormous gaps, from which sulphurous vapours are issuing. | A British steamer has made several journeys with refugees f...

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Poetry WHEN 'RASTUS FIDDLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

Poetry WHEN 'RASTUS FIODLE3. (By Joe Gone.) /hen 'Rastua takes his fiddle out An' tightens up the bow; An', tilts back in the kitchen chair So bizniz like we know We're goin' to have an evenin's An' drive dull tare away; The nights they never seem so. long -?./;; When 'Rastus starts to play. It ain't no .Stradderverius, 1 r That fiddle owned by 'Ras!; 'Tain't got no special histery, like them uv upper class. : ; v - . . It's jest a plain, ol fiddle, but ? It's got a voice that sings. Jest like a- bird when 'Rastus draws His bow acrost the, strings:' ; f t When 'Rastus plays them jigs;an! reels We can't keeg still our !feet; v if' An' mother, who fur takin' step's/ Can't hereabout be beat, Will kind uv glide: around. to' pa, - An' 'fore he knows it h'e - ' Is goin' round'-the: kitchen floor To 'Rastus' mellerdy.1 v Then by anVby he'll settle down, An' play-the 'Moclan- Bird?' /riv With all them little 'quips an'.quills; The like you never-heard *An' when he.stnkes the food old hym'ns...

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Swimming Carnival. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

Swimming Carnival. A GREAT SUCCESS. The annual carnival to connection with the' Bathurst Swimming Club came off last evening at . the Baths, and:proved successful. Tlie officials mainly responsible for the arrange ments were: Mr. P. Stapleton, start er; Mr, E. Hughe's), check ? starter; Messrs. L. Winter and T. W. Willman, timekeepers; Messrs. J. Upfold and J. Boyd, . judges; Mr. P. Stapleton, han dicapper; committee, Messrs. A. Kelly, S. Wliite, F. Royal, L. Plttendi'i(gh, W. Smith, J. Minehan, A. Boyd, L. Davis, and Ii. N. Sullivan; Treasurer, Mr. S. Vinton; Secretary, Mr. H.. Sul livan. TheN attendance of, the' public ? was very satisfactory, and very little scratching was necessary on, the part of the competitors, although the num ber of Sydney representatives was not what was expected. The swim ming was quite up to the standard, some of. the finishes'- being exception-, ally close. Results: — 33 Yards'. Junior Handicap — First'. Ileat: H. Seaman, scratch, 1; C. Gre gory, scratc...

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Novelette ADOPTING A GRANDMOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

Novelette ADOPTING A GRANDMOTHER. ; (By Anna Deming Gray.) - Dr. Matthew Bradley looked with troubled eyes down the vil lage street. /He was 'so full of his ?c own thoughts that little Janie Mor . row waved her small hand at him t,wice before she got- the answer- i . ing. smile and nod she expected. - /Every , child in Bethel. felt that Dr: Matt belonged to him. And every p -child knew, .too, that the 'big,, sil v; ent doctor had peppermint drops r tucked away in the pockets of his qvercoat. , , }. ' The doctor squared his broad ?v; shoulders and waited. They were 5 / manly shoulders; but they. dropp'ed e somewhat with the : burdens of b lives. ,-besides: his. own'. \- Bearing other ^people's burdens was second ' nature with Dr. Matt. .The strong lines , about his mouth were set firmly. ? He had known , that, this would be-no easy task; but he was finding it ..harder.; than he had ex pected. The small, drooping figure in black seemed , so utterly hopeless and pitiful. v I can't seem...

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NOTES [PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT.] LOST MASTERPIECES. [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

NOTES [PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL . ARRANGEMENT.] LOST MASTERPIECES. [COPYRIGHT.] 'Of the making of many, books there is no end'; and, indeed, any one reflecting upon the tremen dous annual output of books of all kinds must wonder what will have become of most of them af ter the lapse of a hundred years dr so. All the labour, mental and manual, all the fair resplen dent bindings, all the splendours of type and paper — gone, who, knows where? To the waste , paper basket, the paper mill, ev.en | j to the binders to serve for lining1 j the covers of' another generation of literary ephemera. In these days, however, there ' is .itiie danger of any really great I work being swallowed in the gulf of time. . Edition follows edition; i | anything approaching to a classic iis /edited; annotated, and illus- 1 - trated a-hundned times over. .But I '? imagine,-' for example, that; ;print- | , ing never having been invented, j the manuscript of the novels of I Thackeray might be reposing on I some loft...

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ROYAL WELSH MAKE CHOIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

ROYAL WELSH JIALE CHOIR. An organisation which has amply fulfilled advanced promises will, as Already, launbunce'd, give . ;ono concert next .Thursday evening, at the School of Arts. Speaking of the initial con certs in Brisbane, tho 'Courier' said: 'It has been loft to the score of 'Welsh miners -to demonstrate that the gift of music is not alone confined to the high-born; that the members of the Royal Welsh - Male Choir save abso lute confirmation of that claim. These truly regal choralists have attained to a high standard of perfection that probably none but a body of Welshmen could have hoped to aspire' to. It is a perfectly trained, absolutely evenly balanced combination of singers, each of whom is a vocalist of no mean calibre, and some stand., out conspicu ously in the vocal department. It is quite a treat in these days of deli cient tenors to hear the high voices keep their end up, and hold their own with the more resonant and selfas serted baritones and basses. In the matte...

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DELIGHTS OF FLYING. How One Feels on an Aeroplane. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

? .. ? : — i DELIGHTS OF FLYING. | How One Feels on an Aeroplane, j After experience with every form of locomotion, including cy cle and motor racing, a voyage in a dirigible balloon of the French Armv. and over 180 Lrins in an ordinary balloon, there is nothing so fascinating, or, exhilarating as : uying,: says the Hon. C. S; Rolls. I it gives one an entirely new sense i of life. 'The power ol' flight is as afresh gift from the Creator/ the i greatest treasure yet given to. man,, and one, I believe, destined.l to work great changes in' human ! life as we know it to-day. : : .1 Describing the sensation of fly- ' 'ing, in a recent ascent'; with Mr; i Wilbur Wright, he, says:— The roar of the engine commenced, the starting' weights , were; releas- : ed, 'and off . we went with. a bound, but not a; worse one than when starlingfon a, switchback;:. - Before I reaching' the end of th'c rail we had left it and. were in the air.; We were flying. , We tore along -at forty miles ai hour,, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS NOTICE is hereby given that all Persons found TRESPASSING ON KSSING TON 1MKK will be prosecuted without re spect to Perseus ; mid nil Stock found Tre-i - passing will be- Impounded. A. STEVEUSOIT EBsington tk. Motlcs to Trespasser:': PERSONS found TRESPASSING COT TING FENOKS, or DRIVING STOOK in the undermentioned lands WILL BE PROSECUTED after this date:— KILLONG BDTTA BS f ATE 0 KINK A EST AT K. SALTRAM ESTATE CANGOURA ESTATE BLARNEY ESTATE ANDERSON BROS. £?200 REWARD. rj1HE ab jtc Reward will be paid to aiy X persons giving such information th*t will lead to the conviction of nny person 01 persons STEALING SHEEP FROM ANY OF THE RONS OCCUPIED BY ANDES SON BROS. Applicants for Brands and ir nrks will bo supplied, and all [information will bo holdjetricfy private. ANDERSON BROS H . O. SLADE AUOTIOWEEK, Commission and Mining Agent. Has For Sale BATTERY PLANT, Huntincton Mills, Portable Engines, Boilers, Piping and Bends, 4 h.p. Oil Engine, 400 gallon Tank Iron K...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

^ WOOL ^ W'EAT fyfioT) ^B?JP . stock /Brokers! *?»»» Salesmen V-, — -C-- — -^J Agents. REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF - SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKIMS. 2-~ ? ; ? SE.LLBNG BR0E5EBBS ©SSLY ? quick returws ? ? PERCENT. Offices and Stores i UBERAL OW WOOL. CfRCULAR QUAY, ADVANCES. t- ? SYDN E Y . * O P 1J ^ Q Brewery, Bowling St* A fcJ REDFERN, SYDNEY. XXX ALES ? Draught Ales I Laner ? obtain. ! ®-» able j Pilsener ? inKes | Dinner Ale Holels Bitter Ale ? ?ffiSEflf' O 1 b On 1 A H_ Pure, Wholesome I belect block Ale Bowed ai* I Stout ? ? BBottlecL J IRESCH'S Ales, Beers and Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hops obtainable, 3 without a particle of preservative, 3 Mr.Teniperlcy, Vice-president of the N.S.W.Country Press AsBocraffonndJreB^!hg^Ji|aBsemblagcof N.'S.'W.Country Pressmen representing a circulation of 230,000 newspapers per issue, said 'I Baw in Reach's Brewery the finest collection of machinery that I have seen for many a long day.' Mr. Midgley, ano...

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OBERON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

OBERON. Golf. — In connection with the Ober on Golf' Club, the ladies' tournament was played, on Wednesday, the win ner being Mrs. Wyer, -whose score was 13G : for- twice round the links. The trophy was donated by Dr. Coane, of this town. Miss Matheson made a good second with 144. The Weather. — The weather, is ex tremely dry, aud the grass is drylvig up very fast.

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COUNTRY NEWS. COWRA. THE WEATHER—BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

COUNTRY NEWS. COWRA. THE WEATHER— BUSH FIRES. The weather is hot and dry. Yes terday registered 105, and to-day is about the same. The hush fires ara gradually hearing the town. No au thentic report o£ any material damage having been done has been received.

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