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

GIBBS AND 1BEEMAN, LTD. The return visit to Bathurst of Gibd and Beem\n, consulting Opticians of 6 Hunter-street, Sydney, will lie made on Monday, January 4th, at the Park Hotel, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Messrs. Gibb and Beeman. who are well-kriown as sight-testing expert, will continue to visit Bathurst every few weeks, and may be consulted on all cases of defective eye sight needing correctly adapted glasses All sufferers from any eye troubles should consult this well-known and reli able firm. One of the Principals personally visits Bathurst. Next visit anuary 4th.* '

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Notes. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

Sporting Notes. ''' ' CRICKET. ? :? ! (By Napper Tandy.) Iu cricket circ'.cs the chief topic of conversation is the attitude taken up by some of the leading players against the Board of Control, .which has fixed terms under which the' next Australian team will visit England. Some of the players have adopted a grab-all policy, and want the whole of the profits of the tour, whereas the Board demands a percentage. The players are not displaying a sportsmanlike spirit, hut, because they have always dominated Australian cricket, they do not relish what they regard iae Snterlerencd In the past Australian teams ihavo visited England in a haphazard man ner, that is, as regards responsibility, and the formation of the Board of Control is what has long been desired. Why should the whole of the profits of an English tour go into the pockets c? players who pose as amateurs? The Board's desire is for the better ment of cricket generally, and It is only right that the control should be in the han...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SALE OF STATION PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

SALE OF STATION PROPERTY.' - We' understand that the Kirkcounell Estate, of about 5000 acres has been purchased from the Milson's Estate by Mr. Bolton, a solicitor, of Sydney. ?The- property is at present under lease to Mr. Jackson, and this lease will expire in a month or two.

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The Australian Footballers. MATCH ABANDONED. London, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

The Australian Footballers. MATCH ABANDONED. London, January i. The match which was fixed between the ' YVallabies ' and Monmouthshire, has been abandoned owing to the frost.

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National Mutual Life Association. A YEAR OF MARKED PROSPERITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

National Mutual Life Association. A tfEAR OF MARKED PROSPERITY. Through the courtesy of Mr. H. C. Evans), manager in this State, we have received a copy of the 39th an nual report of the above institution, for the year ending September 30tb last. As usual, this document reveals u story of unabated progress^ .and whol s some expansion in all - phases of ? the Association's activities, ;and a con tinuation of conservative',- i polUciy in, and prudent management ! of, ono of Australia's most vigorous and benafi clent life officesi.l Especially reas suring to members, and also provid ing strong recommendation to those intending to assure, is that fact tint, though the business of the year ex ceeds that of the previous year by i substantial amount, the expense ratio is reduced to the lowest point for years. . Many of the totals are' imposing, while the comparative aggregates in dicate how this ever-healthy office is being supported by the' public, which appreciates the safe and sure path...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

For Children's Heads. Mothers, Flossine for the Hair has the advantage of not only being perfectly harm 'less, but prevents dandruff, and reuders the scalp healthy and tho hair soft like silk. It effectually destroys nits and other parasites, thereby keeping free from these pests tho heads of children who are going to school. Stocked by all chemists and storekeepers, Sydney agent : Brothwood, Chemist, 82 King-street.*

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Local and General. MR. HUGH PATON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

Local and General.. MR. HUGH PATON. Mr. Hugh Paton, the Scotch Evan gelist, who is relieving Rev. A. Clark during his holiday in Queensland, will preach in St. Stephen's Church 011 Sunday next, and at the Union Cluirch, Eglinton, at 3 p.m.

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

HOW lovely is the light and how beauti. Ail the print when wearing Barba OLOUOH s perfect spectacles ! Not only new journalism and literaturo aro opened to you, but a new world of sunshine and sweet Deal. Write for Barraolough'8 Self-Sight Teslert to 385 George St., Sydney. Posted free. Ehey aro unexcelled Opticians and , Manufacture exactly what vou reuuira.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Humour [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

Humour Wife — 'You have never taken rne to the cemetery.' Husband ? 'No, dear; that is a pleasure I have yet in anticipation!' 'What an odd-looking old para sol!' 'Isn't it? It's been in our family for almost a century.' 'Ah, one of the shades of your ancestors!' Phrenologist —'Your bump of destructiveness is very large. Are you a soldier or a pugilist?' Sub ject— 'Neither. I'm a furniture remover.' 'I have no home ? ' began. the beggar; , 'I'm sorry,' said /the pedestrian, 'but I have only one.; However, if you'll pay the mortgage, I'l' give you that.' A man carrying a looking-glass said to a newsboy, 'Come here and look into this glass, and you will see a donkey.' 'How ... did you/find that; out?-' retorted the boy. ? L r ??'???? 'Have you adequate police pro- - 'lection for your house?' asked a man of a friend who was residing in a lonely spot. 'Rather!' was the reply. 'Why, _ we've got the /prettiest servant girl, in the., coun- try!' , 'Before marriage I used to -dreamiof life ...

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

WHY : SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTKACT superior to any ojli&r eucalyptus product P Because it is the result of full experience and of a special and careful process of manufacture, and the danger attending the use of the irresponsible preparations which are now palmed off an 'Extracts 1 are avoided. A death was recently reported from the use of one of these concoctions, and at an action at law, a sworn witness testified that he suffered the mosi cruel irritution from tho application to an ulcer of another, which was sold as ' just at good as SANDER'S EXTRACT.' Thero fore, bewore of such deception. Rememborr that in medicine a drop that cures is bottet than a tablespoonful that kills, and insist upon the preparation which was proved by experts at tho Supreme Court of Victoria and by numerous authorities during tho last 66 years to be a product of genuine merit, viz., THE GENUINE SANDER AND SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX TRACT. F. Hearne, Chemist, Willia...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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SUCCESSFUL TENDERER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

SUCCESSFUL TENDERER. | Mr.: Arnold Kigby, of IluBsoIl-street, has;bee'n successful in securing ten tiers, for two important works. The first is that of public school, Cowra, price ''£1545. The second is an im portant; addition to the Orange Water .Works, building a new reservoir, etc.

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

L. Edjlejr & Co. I Are Offering ? Jk ' Special Advantages . In Various Departments ^ : TO-DATI .Come and See. It's. Worth While. 1 N ' 1 FAREWELL ? -1908 I j WELCOME- ? —1909 ! W ebb & Co. personally part with t 1908 with regret, it is like saying good-bye to a friend who has served them, well, a friend who - helped them along the road to prosperity. Each day of each month their \ State has prospered, every week this important City has shown f:. remarkable progress; and they j \ have shared in the general dit-« j :§ tribution of those things which I 1 tend to make life worth living. I To Yon Personally They Say, \ F ji nk You ! Yes, they are glad to say thank . you, because it has been through you, a loyal fellow Townsman, that they have attained prosper ity, and in all sincerity they will * endeavour to retain your best ~ ^ wishes for themselves and the £ store they conduct. : 3 r Special buying arrangements have J been made for 1909, and through ' -i these special ...

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DEATH OF MISS O'DONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

DEATH OF MISS O'DONNELL. Miss Bridget Alary O'Donnell, «e cond eldest daughter of the late Mr. Patrick O'Doimell, of Peel-street., died lit her. residence early yesterday mor ning. Deceased was well known in . tliu City, and. was highly respected.

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

Amusiug Stories. 'Millie,' said the young man, as he slipped the engagement ring on her finger, 'have you told your mother about this?' 'Oh, you innocent!' ; exclaimed Miss Millie. 'Why, Clarence, mamma knew it six months, before you did!' 'That large man thinks himself a pretty important personage in this place, doesn't he?' asked the stranger. 'Important?' exclaim ed the native, 'Why, if you tell him we're having fine weather here, he swells up as if he thought he made it.' ? ? 'Can any little boy,' asked the new teacher, 'tell me the difference between a lake and an ocean?' .'I 'can,'' replied Edward, whose wisdom had been learned from ex perience. 'Lakes are much plea santer to swallow when vou fall in.' 'Work?' said' the new convict in for forgery. 'H'm, I'm not so sure I'm,, what vou'd call a whale on work. Still, I know what you could set me to. Give me a week's practice on vour- signature and I'll sign your official papers for you.' 'I want a photograph represent - ing me ju...

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THE NEWEST AEROPLANE. To Make Wright's a Back Number. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

THE NEWEST AEROPLANE. ; To Ma^e Wright's a Back Number. The Wright brothers have dons excellent pioneer work in .prepar ing, the public to accept the aerD ;, plane or -the heavier-tban-air ma chine as a practical proposition, but they have not done more, thiii that. They have shown that the thing, can be done, but they have .not quite succeeded in showing how to do it. The coming aeroplane, however, is at present in process of con struction by the Voisin Brothers in Paris, who have built many aero planes, but .who declare that this is the best of all. ' The coming aeroplane is the in vention of a young Russian noble man, Prince Serge de Bolotoff, the eldest son of Princess Wiasem sky. His machine entered for the cross-Channel competition, differs from all the other aeroplanes in having three planes instead of two, and it is driven by a motor engine of 100 nominal horse power. In addition it has a more important peculiarity in that, judg ing by the behaviour of the model, it is self-...

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PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. One Christmas Eve. (COPYRIGHT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. One Christmas j&ve. By Halliwell Sutcliffe. Author o[ 'Ihrough Sorrow's .Si',, ' , ^a^helor in Arcady,' Where Wharf e Runs Brown,' . &c., &c. (COPYRIGHT.) j Young Hilary sat at Lhc dinner table, lacing his lather. Sir John Norton. It was snowing quietly' out of doors, and a piping wind was rustling the curtains that hid thp winrlftu/c 'What hour is't, Hilary?' asked the old man, after a long silence, i 'Six of the clock, sir.' \ 'Lord! Spin out the dinner as swe will, lad, we don't make head way, eh? ' 1 wo's company'— com- mend me to old proverbs if you want a, lie. Look ye, Hilary, there's Christmas E.ve upon us, . and devil a friend coming in to crack a bottle, and finger his snulf, and wish us a Godbewitii you. Eh? Confound you, boy, you're dull— perdition dull, I tell you.' ^Hilary fingered his ' wine-glass. ' 'l.was your own suggestion, sir, that we should be alone,' he an swered, indiscreetly, knowing the .i' n temper ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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INTERESTED IN THE BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

INTERESTED IN THE BUSI NESS. Theophrastus Esculapius Stubbe, proprietor of the 'Universal Life Everlasting Golden Bitters,' was in, his office, and about him was l gathered an eager group, listen ing to an account of the wonderful i cures he had wrought with his medicine. By and by a man in sober garb —a thin; pale-faced man, sedate and melancholy — entered the office and inquired for the. -proprietor. ' 'I have that'hohour,' said Theo phrastus Esculapius Stubbe, with dignity. 'You are -the: proprietor of the 'Universal Life-Everlasting Golden ?Bitters'?' said the pale visitor. ; - 'l am. ; How can I help you?' _ 'I have come to see if I couldn't get you to establish an agency for , your bitters in our town; I want -ou to send a smart man — one who 'can sell a large quantity of your/ nmedicine;' - ; Theophrastus rubbed his hands and smiled exultingly. - ' 'You see,' pursued the sombre visitor, 'my business; is getting dull, and I thought with your help we might revive it.' 'Can't yo...

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HIGHLAND SPORTS. Sydney. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

HIGHLAND SPORTS. Sydney. Fridav.' At the .Highland Gathering Sports, each event was well contested. Half-mile Running Championship of New Soufchi Wales: T. Bradley, 1; C. Redford, 2; E.-Anties, 3. Won by four yards. Time, 2min. 6sec. 100 Yards Championship: J. Mac pherson, 1; J. Burton, 2; and J. L. Birch, 3. This was a Iclose finish. Time, 10 3-5 sees.

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

PKHFH5CT lMUESTlON ME AW S FKK FECT HEALTH. A good stomach keeps every part ol the body in perfect condition, and Disease cannot break in. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules are a natural rem edy for all disorders aud weaknesses ol the stomach. They possess exactly the same properties as the gastric jui ces and other digestive fluids ot the Btomach. They actually do the diges tive work o£ the stomach, and enable that organ to rest, recuperate, and become sound and healthy. They act in a mtlil, uatural manner, and cause no disturbance in ithe dlgesttlvf) Or gans. They prevent any fermentation of the food, which oau&os sour Btom ach. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules iuetil health into every part of the human body. They compel perfect di gestion ot the food aud perfect aa Ktmllation of the food nutriment. Every organ ot the body is kept In repair, and good health pl?fccssartly results. At the same time tho stomach, being relieved of its work, gets well and strong. Obtainable at Moc...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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A LOVER'S SECRET. CHAPTER XXXV. "IT IS MY TURN NOW." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 2 January 1909

~ A LOVER'S SECRET. CHAPTER XXXV. 'IT IS MY TURN NOW.' Two carriages waited at the door. Lady Disbro, Dr. Sanitas, and Rial .got into the foremost. The other was already occupied. : Lady DisbTO's l'ace - was ' perfectly colourless, and fixed as marble.: The two carriages stopped at No. 50 Charges-street. Lady Disbro and Dr! Sanitas ied the way, inquiring at the door for Mr. Mordaunt, the name Heathcote called himself here, The occupants of the second carriage— two large and powerful-looking men — fol- lowed closely. As they stopped at the door of Mr. Mordaunt's apartments, Lady Disbro motioned Rial to come beside her. They entered without tho'ceremony of knocking. Only Dr. Sanitas had been announced. Mr. 'Mordaunt' was advancing from the farther side of the room with a smiling couutouance. llo knew Dr. SanitaSI. lie' having made . a plausible excuse to introduce ' himself before now. ? He came forward ismilingly. But he stopped when he saw Edith; with Rial beside' her ,* and for a m...

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