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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 16 January 1909

FUNERAL.       MORTIMER. — The Funeral of the late Mrs. Ann Harriett Mortimer (relict of   the late Mr. John Mortimer) will leave 57 Keppel-strect, THIS (SATURDAY) MORN- ING, at, ten o'clock, for the Bathurst General Cemetery— Church of England portion. W. S. HODGE, Undertaker,   57 Keppel-street, Bathurst. Telephone 42.   MUSICAL. — The Cathedral Organist, Mr. C. A.- J ARM AN, having been called away from town by illness in the family, will Resume Tuition Next Thurs day. . Correspondence to Jlade's Music Warehouse, George-street.

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DEATH OF MRS. JOHN MORTIMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 16 January 1909

DEATH OF MRS. JOHN MORTIMER. Word was received in Bathurst yes- terday of the death of Mrs. Mortimer, relict of the late Mr. John Mortimer, at the age of 65 years. Deceased was formerly a resident in Bathurst for many years with her husband, a Senior Constable ot Police. She has been liv- ing at Parramatta for some years, in which town her eldest son, Charles, resides. She leaves a grown-up family of six— two daughters and four sons. The youngest daughter, who is a nurse, left for New Zealand only a few weeks ago, and the death of her mother will come as a shock to her. The re-   mains were brought to Bathurst by mall train leaving Parramatta last     night, and will be interred in the   Church of England cemetery this morn- ing at 10 o'clock. The funeral ar- rangements are in the hands of Mr. W. S. Hodge.    

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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH A Ghastly Discovery. BLACK TRACKER CHARGED WITH MURDER. Brisbane, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (From New South Wales Country I Press Association). ! A Ghastly Discovery. BLACK IP 1CE.ER CHARGED WITH '.v MURDER. Brisbane, Sunday. A ghastly tragedy is reported from the Longreach district. Mrs. Evitts was found dead near Jundah, with her head battered in. The murdered woman was a widow, aged 30 years, and was a re markably fine horsewoman. A black tracker has been arrested rn suspicion of having committed the murder. Deceased's husband met with a violent death a few years ago, being struck by lightning. ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

ALL ARE UNITED In saying that for all Stomach Trou bles there is no remedy like Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Price 2/o per tin. Obtainable at Mookler Bros., George-street, Bathurst; B.: Morgan Bunaga,.'! ^ iii,kiu!ii«-* \

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Wire Netting Railway Fences. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

Wire Netting Railway Fences. The Chairman of the P. P. Board (Mr. Durack) on -Friday introduced ilifl question of whether the Railway Com missioners should not he called upou to contribute something towards orect ing wire netting on fences along IB® line. Ha hn.il 1-man rnn n r^toil to bring this matter before the Board, audi although it was a legal question, I10 thought It one to which a reply might be obtained in the interests of the taxpayers. The Board was af* filiated with tho Council of Advice, 1 and the questions could he submitted to that body without cost. Person ally, he did not thlnli the Commis sioners could ho -compelled to do this. Mr. McPhillamy moved that a letter be sent to tho Council of Advice. Mr. Sullivan, in seconding tho nior tion, said that the Commissioners were liable as they were compelled to destroy rabbits on their holdings Thoy should bo compelled to hear their share of iexpense I11 orcctinS wire notting 011 the fences. The motion was carried.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 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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A Sensational Drive THRILLING EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

A Sensational Drive THRILLING EXPERIENCE. On Saturday afteruoou an accident occurred near Raglan, whici - was ac companied by extraordinary circum stances, and three people were miracu lously saved from death. Early in the afternoon four children of Mr. Saun ders, of Pcnsom and Co., of William street, started out for a drivo mi— Grace, the eldest, a girl about four teen years of age, was driviug, ana liie course taken Was out th/ouuii Kelso. When the party reached a ?hollow in which some willows were growing, Wiuton, a lad about 12, conceived the idea that the horse would like some green stuff, and a half was made in the shade. Thereupon tho lad set about breaking off some of the small boughs. The horse is remark ably quiet and docile, and the chil dren frequently go out 'on their own,' Iu order to give tho animal a better chance to feed, 'the lad was about to loosen the bit. As he did so a motor car came rouud a turn in the road, and the chauffeur, not noticing what the lad was abo...

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SWIMMING. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

SWIMMING. Sydney, Sunday. xii6 Austnu&siciu Swimming' Chani pionship Carnival was commenced yesterday. The 100 yards event was won by Cecil Healey, with Hardwire and Wickham, both of New South Wales, filling the other places. Tho time was 58% sees, Healey winninc i„. two and a half yards. Tho 8S0 yards feir to Frank Beaure paire, the brilliant Victorian, who beat Hardwiclt by 45 yards in 11. 3g 2-r sees. Mason, also of Victoria, was third. , '

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FOXES AT EVANS' PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

FOXES AT EVANS' PLAINS. , Foxes are becoming more and more numerous in til is district, and are causing trouble in the poultry yards. Mr. Windsor, of Evans' Plains, has a targe number of turkeys, fowls, etc., on his farm, which have been growing less of late, and, although lie has hid suspicions as to from what source the trouble arose, he was unable to place it definitely until a day or two ago. On Saturday some of his children saw a fo? approaching the yard, aud they i turned the dogs loose. After a good chase ^he fox was secured and killed, j

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SYDNEY FIRST GRADE. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

SYDNEY FIRST GRADE. Sydney, Sunday. First Grade matches commenceed yes terday stood as under at the drawing of stumps: ' Waverley v. University. The latter compiled 178, McElhone being respon» sible for 48. Sid Gregory took 4 for 60. Waverley scored 101 without the loss of a wicket, S. Gregory being 48, and McKenzie 47, both not out. ' Glebe v. Central Cumberland. Glebe 266, Bardsley 53, Cotter 41, and Grounds 49. Central Cumberland 4 for 31. Cot ter took the four wickets at a cost of eleven runs. ; -? Sydney v. Redfern; Sydney 174. Redforn 135, Foster 47 and Goddard 41. Finneran (S.) took 6 for 60. Balmain v. North Sydney. \ Balmain 182, Kortlang 91. L'. Minuett took 4 wickets for 46, and Fisher 3 for 27. North Sydney, 0 for 73. N. ,Y. Deane 34 aud R. V. Minuett 37, both not out. Gordon v. Petersham. Gordon 20G. Iredale 64, Macartney 63. Oram took G wickets for 50. Petersham 7 for 102, Farnsworth 51. Macartney cap tured 3 for 54, aud Bamford 3 for 18. Middle Harbour v. Burwood. The...

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MR. HUGH PATON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

? MR. HUGH PATON. Din'ing the absence of Rev. A. 'Clark, Of St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church, Mr. Hugh Paton, the Scutch EvanesUst. has buen occupying the pul gft. Mr. Pato* is well known througi- , out the State, and those who have met j him in Bathurst, and have heard him preach, readily endorse the reputation he holds as an attractive and forceful pulpit orator. Mr. Paton has a man ner peculiarly his own, and his dis courses are such tht the attention of his hearers remains unbroken through out the service. He delivers his message in a way that cannot fall lo «liow that he is thoroughly well ac ... quainted with the subject which he has in hand. Next Suuday will bo liiB last in Bathurst, and we have no doubt that there will be large congre gations at the Church at both the morn ing and evening services.

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CRICKET. ST. BARNABAS' v. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

CRICKET. ST; BARNABAS' v. BATHURST. This match was brought to a conclu sion on Saturday, and provided an interesting finish, for although St. Barna bas' won by five wickets, there were three absentees, which meant only two wickets to fall, and when Perry joined Windridge, it looked as if Bathurst would win. Chapman was absent from the Bathurst team, but St. Barnabas batted only nine men in the first innings, re serving places for Collier and Hems worth, and neither put in an appearance, while in addition, Kenna has been temporarily removed from Bathurst. Scores were as follows : — Bathurst — First innings. H. Thompson, b Pettit .. ... 7 G. CallnghfU), b Pettit .. . 0 V. Palmer, c Windridge, b Pettit - 0; II. Hiutou, 0 aud b Baruos ,9 A. Chapman, run out,. .... ,18 C. Suttor, b Kelly ... 0: F. Brownlow, not out . . i i 10 C. Lawford, b Kenna,. j .. ? ... -11 G. Hnrdwick, b Kelly j 1 XV. Caples, o eub., b Barnes .. ,.15 N. Edgley, b Barnes . . ... 0 Sundries .. ... .. 9 Total .V' H 98...

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UP-TO-DATE MOTOR CARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

UP-.TO-DATE MOTOR CARS. The Bathurst Motor Garage Com pany announces a progressive programme . for 1909. The new models of the j Ford cars will include a 20.20 li.p. car ( to seat five, fitted with magreto; the. most up-to-date and simple car produc- , ed, to be Bold for.. £2S5. The motor i . -R ix- i* uio )Xve man, aud has come . ' 'to stop, and tWe company, realising this, is making every effort to estab- 1 iish a reputation, as a guarantee of the j cars they represent, mid the class of | work tbey produce, though there must he a great deal of prejudice in the be ginning. ' London buylers have been appointed, in order to keep the stock of accessories up to the mark. The plant of machinery is quite up-to-date, aud all demands can be met satisfactorily.*

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V.A.T.C. RACES. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

.V.A.T.C. RACES. Melbourne, Saturday. The Victoria Amateur Turf Club's January meeting was held under favour able circumstances at Caulfield yester day. The principal events resulted as follows: Anniversary Handicap, 9 furlongs: Lady Diffidence, 7.11, 1; Gelignite, 7.13, 2; Trelo Vouul, 6,12, 3. Won by a length. Time 1.56%. Rowena Steeplechase, 2 miles: Player 11.10, 1; Earl of Castles, 11.5, 2; Shrew, 9.0, 3: Won by two lengths. Time, 3.57. ;

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THE EIGHT-HOUR BICYCLE ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

THE EIGHT-HOUR BICYCLE ACCIDENTS. At a meeting of the Bathurst Eight Hour committee on Friday night, a deal of correspondence was read bear-- ing upon the accident to G. H. Horder and F. S. Haguey at the Eight Hour Demonstration on the Sports Ground : in October last. two letters were from Sydney solicitors, one, on behalf of Horder aud Hagncy, asking for £50 lompensatiou each, and the other, on behalf of Hagney alone, asking for ?reasonable comtfeusutlon.'! A 'letter was also read from Horder, in which he stated that he had not instituted proceedings, neither had he instruct ed anyone to do so ou his behalf. Previous to Horder's letter coming to hand, the committee had decided to ob tain legal advice as to their liability, hud this was to the effect, that any ac tion should be defended. '1 he Eight ? -.-Hour committee, acting on this advice, instructed their legal adviser to acquaint the two Metropolitan solicitors of the decision, and although this was done some time aso, nothing ...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. ROSBHILL RACES. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

SPORTING. THE TURF. , ' ROSEHILL RACES. Sydney, Sunday. Tlie Rosehill Racing Club held its January meeting' yesterday afternoon. Results: January Stakes, 6 fui longs: Lady Hoyden, 7.2, 1; Maltine, 8.9. 2; Barley Water, 6.12, 3. Betting: 7 to 1 the winner. Won by a length and a half. Time, 1.14%. Granville Stakes, 1 mile: Marlee, S.0, 1; Horrocks, 7.12, 2; Hawea, 7.12, j 3. The winner started favourite at evens. Won by a length. Time 1.45V4 Nursery Handicap. 5 furlongs: Mal tha, 7.0, 1; Miss Luna, 6.10, 2; Kurin gai, 8.5, 3. The winner started at 5 to 1. Won by a head. Time 1.2%. Flying Welter, 6 furlongs: Busligrove, 8.12, 1; Decollette, 10.7, 2; Friend, 3.12, 3 Decollette was favorite, with the winner at 8 to 1. Won by three lengths. Time, 1.15. Rosehill Handicap, 1% miles: Tra jectory, 7.4, 1; Roclclight, 7.0, 2; Braclc cuburg, 7.0, 3. Betting: 5 to 2 Pin fall, 14 to 1 the winner. Won after ?b fine race by a length. Pinfall was seventh. Time, 2.9%'. ' Carlingford Mile: Montcalm, 9...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

cd up till 8 o'clock by the Secretary, at the Club's office, 7-1 William-street.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

Now is the time to take a holiday, get out into tho country, on tho mountains, and visit the seashore, but do not forget to take a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era. and Diarrhcea Remedy along with you. It is almost certain to bo needed, and can not be obtained on railroads or steamships. It is too much of a risk for anyone to leave homo on a. journey without it For sale by L. Edgley and Co. HEAVENEE'S LIGHT ALE - - A Specialty ! Splendid Summer Beverage I Grand Appetiser ! IT IS BEER - - But pr WITHOUT THE ALCOHOL .'Orders for the above will have immedi ate attention by my Agent,' Mr.! A. B. JAMES, Cordial Factory, Bathurst. The Cry of the Chi d : Boo-hoo ! Boo-hoo ! I want to go to BOLTON'S IN KEPPEL-StsiCtT, ? EH^Where All the Nice Toys Are MOTHER, be sure you see BOLTON'S first. Everyone says his Toys are nice, and hey're Cheap too. There's nice Dolls, Prams, Go-carts, Bats, Balls, and a host of Mechanical Toys, which make you laugh, and amuse you. And Mother, theV such ni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

'i Stock /oRQlCFIfM Station | Salesmen Agents. [i) REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF I SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS. | jj SELLING if|| PER CENT. !f 4 CHARGES ON WOOL. SELLIE^O i»KEKS ©FJLY ~ - Offices and Stores i CIRCULAR QUAY, ? SYDNEY. ? _ QUICK RETURNS. LIBERAL ADVANCES. ? ' ? ? t | 'O p Q ip3 H ^ Q Brewery, Dowlieg St^ I ) j f\ILs^\^jO REDFERN, SYDNEY. ' j [ XXX ALES ? ? ? ? Draught Ales j Lager — ? Obtain- II Pilsemer- — inHles 1 . A 1 a11 j .Dinner Ale Hotcls Ocjljl A 1 Light English 1 Dltter Ale ? Bottled Ale. I O | bC?il 1 A 1. Pure, Wholesome i belect block Ale Bottled ai* I Cj.-,,! Bulk and i dtOUt ? Bottled. j IRESCH'S Ales, Beers and Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hops obtainable, g without a particle of preservative. - 1 Mr Tcmperlcy, Vice-presidcnt of the N.S.W.Country Press Association addressing an|assemblageof N.S.W. Country 1 Pressmen representing a circulation of 230,000 newspapers per issue, said ; — 'I.Baw'in Resch's Brewery the fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

Mr. A. Anglin, Eurcka-street, linllnrat, Vic., writes : ' Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrlicoa Romcdy iR n tip-top remedy for cramps in tho Ftomach, diarrlicoa ond dysoutry, I have used it and can theteforo attest to its merits. I never fail to praise Chamberlaiu's Colic, Oholera and Diarrhoja Remedy whonever an opportunity prosents I itself.' For sale by L. Edgloy and Co. '

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