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Those Show Tenders. MR. RUTHERFORD'S REPROOF. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
Those Show Tenders. :- MR. RUTHERFORD'S REPROOF. When the minutes of the last meet ing of the A. ' H. and P. Association had been read yesterday, and it had been suggested 'that they be adopted, Mr. J\ Rutherford said that he desired to .move 'that that part of the minutes be, expunged that had reference to the return of the tenders of the two local papers. 'We have,' ho said, 'two pa pers here which do a vast deal of good — mean as they are — in the way of advertising' this Show. They have done it for years, and I think it is very un l,!nd for this committee, after re'ceiv 'ihgc'-thelr. offers, to go outside those two papers for their printing, because they, think they can get' it for 1/ or 2/ cheaper. I want you- to understand clearly that these papers advertise this Show all the time, by printing reports cf our meetings, aud they do everything for its good.: ; To'' say that we will go outside then— well, we might as well send to Sydney at oiice to get the printing done;, You shou...
PERFECT DIGESTION MEANS PERFECT HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
PERFECT DIGESTION MEANS i'Ji'it FECT HEALTH. A good stomach keeps every part of 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 same properties as the gastric jui ces and other digestive fluids of tlie stomach. They 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 i no disturbance in the' (Ilgest5v!e tor*-' gans. They prevent any fermentation of the food, which causes sour stom ach. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules instil health into tfvery part of the human body. They compel perfect di gestion of the food and perfect as similation of thetood uutriment. Every organ of the body is kept in repair, and good health intefcessarHy results. At the same time the stomach, being relieved of its work, gets wen and strong. Obtainable at Mock...
Special Show Attractions. AN IMPROVED TROTTING SCHEDULE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
Special Show Attractions, I AN IMPROVED TROTTING SCHE DULE.-, _ r . Tho Bathurst A H. and P. Execu tive has adopted on the ^l-e commenda- tion of the special attractions SubCom mittee, a schedule of trotting events drawn up by Mr. Moriarty, Presi dent of the trotting association of Mow Smith Wales, which it is believed will prove'. to 'he more' 'acceptable, than those hiiherto£ followed,, out. : There | are, of course, many details thai have yet to 'be consideiyd,: but;' as Dr. Mac hattie pointed out, vne committee is wise, in view' of the; present mixed state of trotting, in working gradual ly towards the' perfection; and not at tempting too-*much at. once. . rPUfl! ? nvArft.immft 1'PPnmniGlldGd ; by the sub-committee is ' briefly., as fol fows:— No. 1. Local Trot, £10, £2; pacing stallion, £3; No. 2 trot. (2 years old) £10, £2; trotting stallion, £3, certificate; No. 3 trot,' £25, .£2; No. 4 trot, £12, £2; No. '5 trot, the Bathurst Show trot, '£60, ,£10; Break ing Australian .reco...
ALLEGED HOAX OF MILLIONAIRES [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
ALLEGED HOAX OF MILLIONAIRES Recent cables had reference to the mysterious doings of a man named Myers, who said he was an Austra lian. ? A- faultlessly ; dressed main, with a Vandyke beard and' a distin guished appearance, who gives tl\« ''name--' of Montefiorer Myers, was com mitted to the ;. Tombs Prison, New York, on November 23, oil charges ? of grand larceny. : Myers, who hails from Australia, and gives London as his place of residence, was brought to New- York by night train from Pittsburg, where for two montlis past ho has been the closo friend, companion, and honored guest jof the steel andj other industrial; magnates..' . . w- 1 h I-Ie went to Pittsburg armed with! introductions (now alleged to bo false) from many of the most notable men in this country, ? including Mr. Whitelaw Reid, the Ambassador in London. He is alleged to have stat ed 'that Be was an agent of Messrs. Rothschild, and had ? £40,000,000 to invest as soon as he was certain that Mr. Taft was elected- Presi...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
Some time back, while the officers and members of the Parramatta Pres byterian Church were considering the question of purchasing a new organ, it was suggested that Mr. Carnegie', the millionaire Scotchman, be ap proached, and asked to help in the matter. The' suggestion was adopted, aud, in time, a reply came back, ask ing for particulars as to the size of church, congregation, etc. This inn formation was supplied, and now a let ter has been received, stating that Mr. Carnegie' considered that an or gan costing £300 would suit the re quirements of a church such as St. Andrews, and that he would pay half the cost of such an instrument. Mr. A. Anglin, Eurekn-street. Bnllarat, Vic., writes : ' Chamberlnin's Colio, Cholera and DiarrhCBa Remedy is a tip-top remedy for cramps in tlie ftomncli, diarrhcoa slid dyeoutry. I linve used it mid can theiefore attest to its merits I never fail to prtiiss Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrlnoa Remedy whenever an opportunity presents itself.' F...
MODUS VIVENDI SOUGHT. UNIONS' SECRETARY ACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
- MODUS VIVENDI SOUGHT. - UNIONS' SECRETARY ACTIVE. Mr. Barnett, Secretary or tne uroiten Hill Branch of the A.M.A., had an in terview with Mr. Justice Higgins to day, with a view to ascertaining whe ther a modus vivendl - could not he disclosed, either permanently or tem porarily until the hearing , of the case by the Court. '' ' Mr. Barnett explained that the uni onists could not accept the proposals of thef Proprietary Company, because they would then' -be acting unfairly to the miners of those Companies who had granted the old. rates for two years, and, further, because tho Pro prietary Compauy- had declined to, send a representative to meet His Honor for the purpose of disfeussing the mat ter. '? ?? -, . The President has- now, to await -a i definite answer ? from the ? Proprietary Company which 'is. not due until Janu ary 21. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
TO CURE INDIGESTION And Stomach Troubles, it is necessary to take after meals some 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 contain all the natural digestants 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., George-street, Bathurst; H. Morgan, Burraga.*
PROCEEDINGS IN MELBOURNE. UNION SECURES INJUNCTION. TO PREVENT CONTINUED LOCKOUT. PROPRIETARY TO EXPLAIN. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
PROCEEDINGS IN .MELBOURNE.-.-/ ; UNION SECURES INJUNCTION. TO PREVENT. CONTINUED LOCKOUT. PROPRIETARY TO.^EXPLAIN. . . . V! Melbourne, Thursday! . Mr. Brown, barrister of Sydney, in structed by' Messrs; Se.ato?,- .Willitms, 'aAd' Heathfleld, agents for --Mr., . Hall, ?solicitor' of the' Broken' ?HilL.Cpmbined; UnioWj' a'ppliedi tOi Mr.; Justice Higgins, ?President'iof:'the Federal Arbitration ^ tr» rTARt.rain' Court, to-uuy iui u iuic . the Proprietary Company^from; continu ing a'lockoutruntil'rthe^matter comes' before the' Federal J Co|irtpf Cpncilia-. tion and Arbitration^- it being an ei parte application. Mr. Brown quoted. authorities ,';from; the-'New South Wales Court in support of his application, citing the case, of the Newcastle Wharf Laborers'. Union.^ He contended that a clear :case., ;pf lockout had been disclosed. : Mr. Justice Higgins said that he was not at all satisfied. ' The. Proprietary Company might have a good case apart from the industrial, dispute altogether, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
?HtMORRHOlBS- 1 mmm Accompanied by Terrible Itching — A Complicated and Most Distress ing Case— Well-known Remedies . Failed to Cure— Doctor Thought } an Ope'ration Necessary— Then CUTICURA PROVED ITS „T, WONDERFUL EFFICACY 'I am now eighty years old and ono morning, three years ago, I was taken With a hard pain in ray right sido. in two days I luid an attack of piles (hemorrhoids), bleeding and protruding. The doctor gave me some medicine ana an ointment for them which helpod mo Borne but I ha-.l to keep using them all * the time. Then I changed to the r ? remedy; but il I did not ubo it every day, I -would get worse. Iho doctor said the only nuip ior mo wua w ^ ^ a hospital and be operated on. AH this time, about a year ago, I went to using tho S ? remedies. X tried them for four or fivo months but did not get much help for my piles. During this time sores would come on a fleshy pert of my body. They bothered mo all tlio time. 1 would get ono healed ana another would come. These s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
O- Brewer y, Dowling St., | | ULilJVI 1 REDFERN, SYDNEY. | I . XXX ALES ? Draught Ales I I Lager — — obtain. - i ® able \ Pilsener— — :inKes I. Dinner Ale Hote,s. Bitter Ale - Bottled Ale.h' | 1 Select Stock Ale BotUed°AlSe,me | Bulk and 2 kJiWli Bottled. jj I RESCH'S Ales, Beers and Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hops obtainable, a without a particle of preservative. 3 Hr.fcrhperlcy, Vice-p^csident of the N,.S.W.Country Press Association addressing an'aasemblageof N.S.W. Country 1 Pressmen representing :Y cumulation--, of 230,000 newspapers per Issue, said '1 saw in Rcsch's Brewery the finest 1 : collection of machinery that I have seen for many a long,day,!'„ ? ? - — | Mr. Midgley,- another. Vice-president,' said 'Before coming to this country I was with twoof the largest brewing 1 firms for Gi years in the. old country, and I Kad'nrit the slightest idea until to-day of the magnitude and excellence | H of Rcscli's.' ? | 'ABRAHAM'S. PILLS* I ^ ? j THE CREAT LIVER TONIC a...
BUSINESS MEN FIGHT. DEATH UP A CONTESTANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
BUSINESS MEN FIGHT. DEATH OF A CONTESTANT. A sensation was created in the Lock hart district by the collapse and; death of Mr. W. D. Drummond, a well known resident of tlie town, , after a j pugilistic encounter with Mr. Charles i Cornell, another wellrknown business man.- At the inquest held by- Mr. Rnvenson, P.M., of Wagga, the. fol lowing evidence was taken: — William Bramwell Davies, ^clerk in tlie employ of Drummond and Com pany, said that he went to the Lock hart Railway Yards to attend to the weighing of wheat coming in, and the trucking and consigning of wheat going out. He had occasion to re-, i move a truck belonging to the rail fMvrjr'liPis ~ ninrntnll'. way u«3i-urtuiieiii,. — came to him and said, 'What are you doing with that truck,' After the dispute, which was settled by refer ence to the Stationmaster, in favour of Drummond and Company, Cornell said, 'That settles it,' and Davdles remarked, 'Don't you interfere, with, my ? business any more,' and Cor nell replied, '...
Sporting Notes. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
Sporting Notes. I . (By Nnppor Tandy.) THE TURP. The time otv-.lhe anniversary meet ing. of the. ? Batliurst Turf Club is drawing near, and one is reminded of the fact by the cloisng of entries for tlie principal events- in connection there with, namely, ; Kilrush Handicap, 30 sovs, . G furlongs, Batliurst Cup, 100 sovs, 1 mlie 1 furlong, and Blaclcdown Handicap, 50 sovs: 1 mile. Weichts for the first two may be' looked for on the 21st. The whole programme embraces 350 sovs. prize money,- and entries for the' minor events ' close on the niglit preceding the opening day's racing. It is to be hoped the com mittee' will see their way clear to in st'uct that the entries for the minor events and the weights be handed to the press. This was done at. the opening meeting, and it certainly did net affect the sale of the race books. The right of the race' books were sold, on that occasion, so there is greater reason why the information should be' supplied to the public, now that the Club reta...
SPORTING. SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
SPORTING.,' j SWIMMING, i ' ? ; i-r-i'. I ? 'The;, following, .handicaps. Kav.e3'fcteen-.i declared--, for vthg.^Ciyds. 'Se'nior-'.Club Handicap/ tonight,:— ^ \ I ? 8eratchT-s-0; /8imms;' S- Wlutel.^, ? i ? ! 'lsec.— rB.^Gartrell. H. Kelly. ,i .-2sec.7rE. FrayleV. L.' Critchley. j . ,„,;3s§c:^-TC..GttrtrolI;-' ????? ?- ? ? ? j . 5scc.— L. Fravley, L.vDavis. -joi jp- ., . , ''.'7sebr— H.'-Sullivanw;: /v:),-; ?,rt* I . | ifisec.-— S^Willman, J. McGartTiy. ? - -9sec,— P.: Matthews, :H. Seamob;' .. lOsec. — Cr.Booty.5'' A. ,???-.1(00 . j : Usee.— P.'- Johnson,- iM; Stevens, L'. Up- 1 fold.-,- j;''1, ! Post entries will be ta]cen* Jfor'' the 33yds. junior race up to 7.30 p;ra. 1 ? Prizes won at the annual ^carnival and 1 prior to. the carnival wil^ be presented after: these races. ' :l
CHAMPION SWIMMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
' CHAMPION SWIMMER. ,- : ] . E. Munday, of Dubbo, who swam in the- ioo' Yards Championship- ? of ..the West- on New Year's Night, is not satisfied, with that race but thinks he won his -heat and should have started in thejfinal. He is supported in his state ment by some of the Dubbo bowlers who werevpresent at the carniva). Munday has tnerefore issued a challenge to C. Lawford, the winner of the title, to swim him 100 yards for a trophy and' the title. Lawford is quite willing to meet Munday, and has instructed the secre' tary of the local clnb to accept the challenge, and inform Munday that he will meet him on February 10 at the Bathurst Club's Championship, Carnival, i.f Munday. is still anxious for the match, Lawford will immediately deposit the, amount of a trophy with the secretary of the local club. Chatting to the secretary after the race on New Year's Night, Munday 'appeared quite satisfied with the result, and the challenge therefore conies as a surprise, It is almost certa...
TRIAL OF THOMAS PAYNE. MAGISTRATE BARNETT'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 15 January 1909
TRIAL OF ' THOMAS PAYNE. MAGISTRATE BARNETT'S LEC TURE. The' ease against . Thomas Payne, 27, trucker, charged with assaulting Con stables Hunter and Withers in;, front of the Court House 011 Monday was pro ceeded ' with at the'. Police Court this morning. ' Air. Barnett, S.M., occupied the Bench. . Constable :Buiitpr was .crossexamin ed ,by Mr. Justin McCarthy/ solicitor lor tlie accused. . , - Constable Withers^ stated that ' when Payiie^struclc -Hunter, the lattfer fell. 1-Ie, witness, grappled with Payne find they also fell; Accused was ill fighting attitude- 'when- -witness :.took him. Payne got witness by the throat and iu w iotmioffin:, until .nonstable IIIUI'U wao ?|5»U'b6'-'' ? ? Pickard -arrested .him. . ' Constable -Pickard said that the ac cused struggled violently on the way to the'' police station, aud bit and kick-. ed- all;;the. way, It took four constables to 'carry him to the station. Witness did not hit Payne on the way to the lockup, nor did he threaten li'im. ; ...