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RAILWAY ROBBERY AT PARIS. London, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

| RAILWAY ROBBFRY AT PARIS. J London, January 11. . 'A bag containing 16 parcels of securi \ties, valued at £40,0000, has been stolen from a railway carriage at Paris. ,

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Wedding. BYCROFT—FLETCHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 12 January 1909

Wedding. BYCROFT— FLETCHER.   A quiet wedding was celebrated at 'Ivy Cottage,' Gulgong, on Wednes- day, December 23, when Letitia Jane, third daughter of Mr. William Fletcher, Gulgong, was married to Joseph By- croft, editor of the Gulgong 'Advertis- er,' and eldest son of Mr. John By- croft, of 'Aven Park,' Prospect (Syd- ney. nev. F. A. Malcolm was the cele brant. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore white crystalline trimmed with silk applique and tassels, and a wreath and veil. Her gold pen- dant and bouquet were gifts of the bridegroom. Miss May Fletcher, sister of the bride, who acted as bridesmaid, was attired in white Persian lawn, trimmed with muslin insertion and Va- lenciennes lace, and a 'Merry Widow' hat of whites chip straw, trimmed with white silk ribbon, net, and lace. She carried a bouquet aud wore a gold   mounted New Zealand greenstone brooch, gifts of the bridegroom. Mr. Richard Doyle (Mudgee) was best man. After the ceremon...

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COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER II. (continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER II. (continued). Mildred Carter, however, appeared in lturry to begin. Drawing up a low M'icker chair under the shadow o£ a great clump of rhodendrons, she leaned forward, her chin upon her hand, inhal ing the smoke of a tiny cigarette. For some moments Eliot watched her .without speaking. At last he broke the silence, j 'Well, what is it?' The other's' finee'rs. nlaviner idlv .With the lace wrap over her gleaming .Bhoulders, touched his own nervously. .Then they slipped down and 'met the hand that rested on the little table where the coffee had been set out. As they did so, Eliot pressed tliem re-as* . suringly. He was feeling very happy and comfortable, and .wanted every body else to be the same'. 'Well,' he repeated, encouragingly, 'let's have' it.' r ; The woman beside him turned away I her head. Even in the fast gathering f dust she appeared disinclined; to let her j face be seen. ' ' ( 'i v.'.'Liii'.to know if 'it I ? v iv.'o .Jiucurcd rupees, for a l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

TO CURE INDIGESTION And Stomach Troubles, it is necesft&ry i » take after meals some harmless pre paration which will supply the na : itral digestivs fluids which every ,veak stomach lacks. And the best pre ;aration of this character is Dr. Shel ?on's Digestive Tabules, which contain nil the natural digestants which nature requires for prompt digestion. One or ! vo taken after meals will prevent . curing, fermentation, and acidity, and ? ^'.Bure complete digestion and assiml .tion. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., 'orge-street, Bathurst; E. Morgim, : -;rraga.*

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Our Sydney Letter. BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

Our Sydney Letter. . .. (From our Correspondent). BROKEN HILL. ; I From Cabinet Ministers downwards, I Federal and State, everyone has been ' moved to excitement by the news from 'j Broken Hill. Of course, a collision was bound to come sooner or ' later. I When the law of the land says that the public roads shall be open to every one for lawful purposes, ; and ? union committees and pickets declare that 110 one shall be allowed to travel to certain places except on conditions laid down by themselves, the question which is to rule is at once raised. All minor matters, such ag rates of wages, preference to unionists, aud the like, sink into comparative insignifi cance, because, for the State, as repre sented by its constitutional Govern ment, it is simply a matter, of life; and death'. If it can be upended, and set on one side' at any time, by any or ganisation of its subjects, it ceases to exist, and that organisation exists in its place. What sort of rule Socialism would give US'- h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

/p. If a man is as as ^ie fe^s- \ then these fel lows must be about ten years old. They don't OBr intend to grow old. They know e»P& that Ayer's Sar saparilla gives mm new life, strength, Jjlflg vigor. Makes them ^5®. feellikeboysagain. Improves the appetite, aids digestion, keeps the nerves strong and steady, and the brain clear and — Cirsana^' . .if is a great preventive of Bright's disease and other kidney affections. It purifies ' the blood, restores good appe tite, sound digestion, and robust health. As now made , Ayer's Sarsa ?parilla contains no alcohol. There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. ' / Be sure you get 'Ayer's.' ,. Prepared by Or. J. C. Ayer L Co., Lowell, Mass., U.S.A. AY EE'S PILLS, the boat family laxativo. fpfie ^Beverage j Sdat benefits. j J^OT simply a thirst- j quencher, not merely j a stimulant, but just the purest, most inspiriting, I and most health-infusing spirit that has ever been produced. mm's .SCHNAPPS — 1T»— IIIIIIIHIIIBJ ? IWIIUILMILIMBM^ ...

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A Victorian Tragedy. SENSATIONAL' EVIDENCE. Melbourne, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

A Victorian: Tragedy. SENSATIONAL' EVIDENCE. Melbourne, Monday. An inquiry into the aeatli or uagmar Louisa Scott, the victim of the Spring Gully tragedy on December 14, was con cluded to-day. The husband, Robert Scott, was present in custody on a charge of murder. Thomas Kaiser, brother of Mrs. Scott, ? j vr^«o. ot sunn's hnuse on (lepOSbU LU UOJUfa ? June 22, when a quarrel arose over Scott having gone secretly to Mel bourne'. He heard Mrs. Scott's say, 'You have been to Melbourne to see that other woman of yours, Mrs. Saunders.' Scott replied, 'Whether I have beeri'to Mel bourne to see 'that other woman or not, if I hear any more of it I will blow your ? brains out, and Saunders's too.' Witness was going away, but deceased implored him not to, saying 'As sure as you go /he will murder me.' Scott said, 'It is all right, Tom; you can go; I will not harm her.' On the day of the tragedy he went to Scott's house and saw the body. Scott said, 'This is a fine thing, isn't it?' Witness r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

PERFECT DiGHSTiON MISANSS JfiiiU FECT HEALTH. A good stomach keeps ©very part of the body in perfect condition, and Disease cannot break lu. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tnbulos are a natural rem edy for all disorders and weaknesses of the stomach. They possess exactly the same properties as the gastric jui oeo and other digestive fluids of the Btomach. They actually do the diges ' tive work of the stomach, and enable that organ to rest, recuperate, and ?become sound nnd healthy. They act in a mild, natural manner, aud cause no disturbance in the digestive Or gans. 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 perfect di gestion of the food and perfect as BinrflatiOH of the food uutriment. Every organ ®f the body la kept in repair, and good health ti'iefcesGarHy results. At the same time the stomach, being relieved of its work, gets weU and Btrong. Obtainable at Mockler B...

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ROCKCHOPPERS' INTENTIONS. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

ROCKCHOPPERS' INTENTIONS. ;n |£.. ,, Sydneyi-'Tuesday:'. In connection wittt tne om trouble, the rockchoppers have stated that ith'ey are willing to throw down their tools in the event of the' Broken Hill men being convicted.

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BROKEN HILL TROUBLE. A BOMB OUTRAGE. POLICE COURT PROSECUTIONS. BLOCK 10 TO SUSPEND. Broken Hill, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

BROKEN HILL TROUBLE, A BOMB OUTRAGE. POLICE COURT PROSECUTIONS. BLOCK 10 TO SUSPEND. Broken Hill, Tuesday. Some alarm was caused this morning at the Block 10 Mine, by an explosion, j The police upon making an investiga tion discovered a bomb, but apparently! little damage had been done. The bomb j was evidently placed by some larrikins with the Intention of creating a scare. The. police are experiencing difficulty in getting tobacco, on account of the reluctance of shop assistants to serve them. ' ; [ Block 10 will in all probability sus pend operations 011 Friday. This will mean that an additional 626 men will be thrown on the lockout fund. The mine will be picketted. . The citizens, as a result of the nightly explosions, are in a state of extreme nervousness. Mr. Arthur Griffiths, member, for the Barrier in the; State Parliament, has ad vised the Combined Unions to apply to the Arbitration Court for an interim injunction to prevent the Proprietary Company continuing an act of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 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, 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., George st., Bathurst;) E. Morgan, Burraga.1? An auctioneer has been fined at Graf ton for selling at auction a bullock Buf fering from tuberculosis,

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

LOCAL LAND BOARD; ? A meeting of the'Local Land Board for I the land district of Bathurst will be held in the Courthouse, Oberon, on Tuesday next, wlien' the following cases will ba co' r'dered: — ? For Confirmation: Sydney Cunyng lvame, a.c.p. 72 acres and c.l. 216 acres; Rupert Evelyn Wilson, c.p. about 120 acres and c.l. about 253 acres; William Edward Gorman, c.p. 40 acres and c.l. 60 acres; Thomas Reynolds Hanrahan, a.c.p. 60 acres and c.l. 300 acres; Al fred Harper Whaian, c.p. 65 acres and c.l. 156 acres;. .Henry ..Whaian, a.c.p'. 75 acres and c.l. 153 acres; William Ma daris, c.p. 53 acres; , James Alexander Lambert, a.c.p. 31 acre's '2 roods 24 per ches; Eric Lester Terry Wilson, c.p. 40 acres aud-.c.l. 120 acres. For Investigation: ' John' James Hooli han, c.p. 46 acres and c.l. 90 acres; Wil liam. James Hogan, a.c.p. 40 acres and c.l. 160 acres; Daniel Duggan, c.l. 300 acres. Application to Enclose a Road: Ron ald George Whaian, c.p, For Permission to Reside with Rela tiv...

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THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. The New Minister for Home Affairs, Mr. Mahon, is throwing himself with some energy into the task of settling the question of the Capital site. Oil Saturday he had a parting interview with Mr. C. R. Scrivener, who left the same evening 'by express from Sydney, en-route to Yass-Canberra. Mr. Scri vener, on arrival at the' scene of ac tion, is. commissioned to do many things, among them - being the provi sional selection of a site for the city. He has been specially reminded that the site - must have a catchment, area of sufficient magnitude to place the question of a pure' water supply of suf ficient volume b'eyong doubt for all seasons of the year. He has also been warned that the' location must be ono of beauty,' -that it must appeal in some degree to the sense of the picturesque, and give 'ample opportunities for ex pansion, - consonant with the' idea en tertained i-y the Australian 'people of the possibilities and future capacity of their city'? that is to be....

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SODWALLS MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

SODWALLS MAIL SERVICE. Mr. E. S. Carr is in receipt of the following from the Postal Department: With reference to your communication of the 19th Nov. last, requesting, on behalf of the Jerry Meadows Progress Association, that the allowance grant ed for the Sodwalls to Jerry's Mead ows, old Bathurst road, etc., returning to Sodwalls porterage mail ^service, be increased, and suggesting that the Cheetam's Flat-Rydal service be ab sorbed in the one previously mention ed, I have the honor to inform you that the matter lias been fully inquir ed into, and it is found that the sug gested alteration in the Cheetam's Flat Rydal service would be strongly opposed by the persons using same. The revenue derived therefrom is con siderably greater than that derived from the. Sodwalls to Sodwalls service, and it is not*, therefore deemed advis able to-; agree, to the suggested amal gamation 'of the two services. The revenue derived . from the Sodwalls to Sodwalls, via 'Jerry's Meadows mail is £5l ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

^ TERRIBLE FATE. It's a'; terrible fate to suffer from se rious Lung Trouble. Ward it off with Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. Price, 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at Mockler Bros., ueorge-st., Bathurst; E. Mor gan, Burraga.* , ,

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COPPER MINING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

COPPER MINING INDUSTRY. I We are' in receipt from the Mines De partment, of a valuable work by Mr. J. j E. Carne, F.G.S., on the copper n.iiilng ii dustry and the distribution of eppper . oiej in New South Wales. Mr. E. Plttman in his letter of transmittal to luc ijrpui imcui ui auiues uilia 1 the object and value of the book: 'Mr. J. E. Carne's Monograph on 'The Cop per Mining Industry,' published in 1899, proved so useful to the mining commun ity that there -has been a' continuous demand for it, and in view of the marked advance' which took place in copper pro duction in 1907, consequent upon the In creased price of metal, it was felt that a sccond edition was almost a ne cessity. This -has now been prepared by Mr. Carne, and it will be found to con tain a large' amcunt of new and valu able information, which will doubtless be appreciated by mining men. The book is practically a record of the work done upon copper deposits in this State, and, as such, it must always be of use to p...

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ANGRY WITH THE VILLAIN,. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

ANGRY WITH THE VILLAIN, An excited theatre-goer provoked consternation in ' the Christmas holiday week in Christchurch during a per formance of 'The Girl of the Golden West,' by 'Miss Tittell Brune and her company. ' According to the Christ church correspondent of the 'New Zea iuuu x-Lciuiu, it wad ai me cuuuiubiuii of the third act, when the heroine was making an impetuous appeal for the life of the hero, who had just left the stage to -meet his doom, that 'a man in the stalls, apparently overcome with the pathos of Miss Brune's emo tional words, made a sudden rush, and ci dtavtured to- clamber on to the !ita?e. while he forcibly impeached the Villain,' begging the' heroine to 'stoush the brute.' It was not until the ven turesome interrupter had overturned a member of the orcehstra; and extin guished several' lights, that he was hurriedly 'led out by unsympathetic attendants. - ? -

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THE HOWICK-STREET ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

THE HOWICK-STREET ROBBERY. When the robbery of jewellery was I discovered last week at the,. residence of Mr. Phillips, Howick-strcet,' some people living in the neighbourhood re membered having seen two men nrowline about during the afternoon in question. The efforts of the police to secure' these strangers while In Bath urst were unsuccessful, although they made the'; cliase so warm that the men found it advisable' to get away. Their means of departure, led, however, to their undoing. As a gpods train was leaving Kelso, one afternoon subse quently two young fellows were seen 'jumping the rattler' and the guard, having been made acquainted ? with the fact, wired tp Lithgow. On arrival of the train, at the, coaly city official's were In waiting and the two men were arrested.' Subsequently Sergeant Burn' and' Con stable- Hart, : on a spot some distance west of Lithgow station picked up a couple of swags,' 'in one^of vivKlch was an old coat, and ln: one of the sleeves of the coat was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

Wxt gntlxui'st ^Lrgits. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1909.

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DRUNK AND CRUEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 13 January 1909

DRUNK AND CRUEL. I On Monday afternoon while Constable Brassington was on duty in George-st., he noticed a man careering along on horseback evidently suffering from the eifects of drink. He was pulling his horse about and using the spurs very freely. Having succeeded in securing his man he noticed that the, horse's sides had been torn with the spurs and they were covered with blood. The officer ar rested the man— who gave his name as William Thompson— on a charge of drunkenness, and subsequently preferred against him a charge of cruelty to ani mals. Thompson was brought up at the Police Court yesterday morning, before Messrs. J. Watt and J. Boyd, J's.P., aud pleaded guilty. He was defended by Mr. Mcintosh. For drunkenness a fine of 5/ was inflicted, and 10/, for cruelty to ani mals. - ? -i

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