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

MpMPBm- ni »,tiiiig wan facts. It was possible to get driuk in Kansas, but it was only those who were willing to make criminals of themselves who could get it, and the same thing prevailed In New Zealand. A right principle, the speaker said, needs right application, and. because Prohibition has not stopped drun kenness, should the people . wipe out Prohibition? There were laws against burglary, murder, and other crimes, but because sucli do nob stop these crimes there was no desire expressed to wipe tlie laws out. , In spite o£ all the difficulties arising in .Kansasi there was only a small percentage of crime there compared -to the numerical I strength of the population; and such percentage was far below that in all; the other States. A prominent op ponent declared Kansas to be the best State in the Union, Ho (Mr. Lloyd) had spent two years in the Prohibition: States, and in ev ery case he had found the percentage of crime, insanity, and poverty was very much lower than in other St...

Publication Title: Bathurst Daily Argus, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

Exisleneeuiiiy be summed up thus : Up till thirty — live. After thirty — liver. And then— j iisf living.— R. Hichens. Lifo need ni 1 t 1.ulsorablo after you arc thirty years olu. It your liver is sluggish and refuses -?. P,,01'm 'Is functions, take a few doses 01 Chamberlain's Tablets, :md you will live iiuow, for Bale by L. ISdgley aud Co,

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A HOLIDAY TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

A HOLIDAY TRIP. ^ A correspondent from Parkes writes: — The team to represent the Parkes Cricket Club in a match against Molong, Orange and Bathurst Clubs on Wed nesday, Thursday, and Friday, 20th., 21st., and 22nd inst., 'will be selected from the following nlavers. Rev. T. E. Moulton, B.A , E. A. Lane, E. Burns, R. II. K, Wood, Jas. Cobley, R. H. Shaw, E. Best, W. Snipe, Stedman, Jno. Cobley, Jas. Hawken, W. Pink, L, Mayoudico, W. Keash. I may mention that the above are a picnic team, (only about 4 of the above would get in a representative team), we are merely a club team and will be out for a holiday.

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

PERFECT DIGESTION MEANS FJBJK FECT HEALTH. A good stomacli keeps every part ef 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 tho stomach. They possess exactly the same properties as the gastric jui ces and other digestive fluids of tho 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 tn a mild, natural manner, and cause no diuturbance in tlie digestive |or Kans. They prevent any fermentation of the food, which causes sour storn aeh. Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules Instil health into every part of the Iranian body. They compel perfect di gestion of the food and perfect as similation of the food nutriment. Every organ of the body is kept in repair, and good health oicfcessarHy results. At the same time the stomach, being relieved of its work, gets well and strong. Obtainable at Mockler Bro...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. CIVILIAN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

RIFLE SHOOTING. CIVILIAN CLUB. Members cf the Civilian Rifle Club practised at' the 500 and 600 yards ranges on Saturday last. At the shorter range the opening conditions were all that could be desired, but subsequently a ' puffy ' breeze developed and gave con siderable trouble, especially when a move was made to the 600 yards. ' Ben ' Cutler was in remarkably fine form, and by careful manipulation of the wind gauge he defied the element so efficiently as to get within one of the possible at each range, his aggregae being 68 out of 70. E. Culler shot under difficulties, having no wind-guage, but succeeded in putting on 34 and 31. The full scores were as follows : — 500 GOO Tl. B. Cutler .. .. 31 31 68 E. Cutler .. ... ' 34 31 65 A. Cutter .. .. 30 27 57 C. Holrann .. . . 28 , 27 . 55 H. Morcom , , . . 33 22 55 J. Tinning r... 29 25 54 J. Bnrtlett .. '.. 31 23 54 O. Byatfc .. .. 29 24 53 R. McQueoney . . .. 23 28 51 SI. Price .. 24 20 44

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COMRADES IN ARMS. CHAPTER IV. IN THE TOILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

COMRADES IN ARMS, CHAPTER IV. IN THE TOILS. There was an early parade the next morning, for during the hot weather reveille^ sounded shortly after day break, so as to avoid the necessity o£ keeping the men at drill while the intense heat prevailed. 'The sun was powerful enough at half past six, however, to make a couple of hours' uimwcuYuns on me parcnea and blistered ground a severe test of sol dierly keenness. Clouds of thick, choking dust rose up continually as the squadrons wheeled backwards and forwards, practising tho different evo lutions which Eliot, as adjutant, was directing. I-Ie loved his work, and took a pride in performing-, it properly. Some of his brother officers, on tho contrary, regarded it as rather a nui sance than otherwise, and sought ev ery opportunity of absenting them selves from as many parades as pos sible. The adjutant's fondness for drill often filled them with wonder. 'It's a quaint taste,' remarked a young subaltern, reflectively, as, dur ing A tempor...

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PROPRIETARY CO. MEETS. OTHER MINES WILL NOT CLOSE. Melbourne, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

PROPRIETARY CO. MEETS. OTHER MINES WILL NOT CLOSE. Melbourne, Suuday. I The pirectors of the Broken Hill Proprietary Company eat yesterday in conference with their legal advisers for the purpose of drafting an answer to tho men's plaiut, which, the Court has directed, must be filed by Thursday next. . ' Regarding tne rumour tnat me zinc Corporation Smelting Works, and the South Blocks Mine are likely to close down, it was learned from Bewick, Moreing and Company that such a step was not likely to be taken unless a general strike was declared, or other unforseen events occurred. Tho rule nisi granted to the Unions by Justice Higgins has not yet' been! served on the Proprietary Company.

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

You will pay just as much for a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as for any ot the other medicines, but you save money in buying it. The saving is in what you get, not what you pay. The sure-to-ourc you quality is ..in every 'lottlc ol tins remedy, anil you get good results when J'ou tako.it. Buying cough medicine is an im portant matter. Neglected colli* cften de velop serious conditions, and when you buy i :i cou,rh mcdicinc you want to be sure you are getting one that will euro your cold. When you buy Chamberlain'* Cough Rem edy you take no chances. It *lwajs cures, for sale by L. Edgley and Co.

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Bankruptcy Court. SATURDAY, JANUARY 16TH, (Before the Registrar in Bankruptcy, Mr. T. C K. McKell, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

Bankruptcy Court. Saturday, January i6th, (6efore the Registrar in Bankruptcy, ; Mr. T. C. K. McKell, P.M.) In the matter of -Florence A. Lee. Mr. McPhillamy represented the Bankrupt. Mr. McManamey appeared for Thomas Rice, of Waterford, Peak Hill, Grazier, and a creditor in the estate. The Registrar said the claims of the City Bank and Thomas Rice were ad mitted. The claim of Webb and Co, had not been reported on, Florence A. Lee deposed lhat she had not had transactions in any other name ; she had filed statement of accounts ; she wished to amend her statement by in serting a life policy in the A.M.P. Society in the name of her husband, transferred to herself ; the policy is for ^2000 ; have not kept any books of account; have never been bankrupt before in this State or elsewhere ; have made no private arranp.ement or assign ment with creditors ; the cause of bank ruptcy was through endorsing a promis sory note to Mr. Rice, which she was un able to meet ; he obtained a sequestrati...

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

Mrs. S. L. Morrison, HumUray -street, Ballarut, Vic., writes: ' Both my mother uid I are firm believers in Chamberlain's l'ablots. We have used tlicm for -stomach und liver trouble!-, and have found them most cilective. The use of most pills is followed by constipation, but Chamber lain's Tablets are so mild and gentle in tliuir action that tlioy leave no bad aftor effcct. ITor salo by L. Edgley autl Co.

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RAILWAY LINE BLOCKED. NEAR PERTHVILLE STATION. Perthville, Sunday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

RAILWAY LINE BLOCKED. NEAR PERTHVILLE STATION. J Pertliville, Sunday night. I At about 0.30 this evening a heavy storm broke over Perthville and the overlooking hills. A great body of water quickly gathered on the hillside, aud, carrying with it trees and debris, choked tho culvert that is placed near the station yards to carry storm water lo tho creek. The flood then swerv ed off on to the railway line at about 100 yards from the cast end of the platform. Logs aud sand accumulat ed to such au extent that for 200 yards, and to a depth of three feet the Hue is obstructed. A gang of fifteen men has arrived from Bathurst, and it is hoped that it will bo possible to sufficiently clear the way to allow the mail trains lo pass. ' ..... Later. At i a.m. we learned from Perthville that the obstruction had been cut through, ar.d that the mail trains would not be delayed. The gang under In spector Williams had to work exceed ingly hard to accomplish the task, since the accumulation pioved gre...

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Phenomenal Rainstorm. HEAVY FALLS RECORDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

Phenomenal Rainstorm. HEAVY FALLS RECORDED. Bathurst, and the surrounding dis trict, yesterday experienced an unpre dicted change in the weather condi tions. Early, in the morning light sliowerB fell.in...the town, but it was evident that to tlio south and south west of the , town a big storm was brewing, anu worKing iu a uau-cnme across the city. It was not until seven o'clock that rain commenced to fall, but it came down with great force for a time, and then eased off *.o a steady, appreciable gait. By 9 o'clock :;0 points had been recorded, and tho fall continued until about eleven o'clock. Afterwards showers of a lighter char after fell at intervals. To the north-east the fall, judging by the reports to hand, was very much heavier. At Mr. J. J. Sullivan's 110 points were recorded, while in the vi cinity of Hereford the road was com pletely submerged. Evidently the rain extended well into the- country southwards, for an attempt to raise Rockley on the 'phono was frustrated by the...

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[?] DEPRECATE VI[?] BUSINESS COMPLETELY DEAD. Broken Hill, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

DEPRECATE ' BUSINESS COMPLETELY DEAD. I ' Broken Hill, Sunday. There were rumours of further se rious developments in connection with the industrial trouble during yester day, bub nothing dieveloped, find things were very quiet indeed. The union leaders went out of their way to prevent any conflict, and are show ing themselves strong In advising tlieir adherents not to resort xo person al violence. The continual harrassing of the women associated with the men who did not leave the proprietary Mine is a scandal. The position with regard to the City is serious. Business is completely dead, and some of the leading business men declare that the Socialists are trying to run the town. They are, however, confident that' they will be defeated. The business men fully an ticipate that their troubles will last for months yet. There are 3,600 men, including 1,100 at Port Pirie, out, and it is estimated that 8000, counting women and chil dren, are directly affected by the strike.

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[?]E BARRIER CRISIS. [?]NETARY ASSISTANCE. [?]ARASSING WOMEN. [?]ARGE OF ROCKSALT. Broken Hill, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

Hie barrier crisis. I)NETARY ASSISTANCE. t'ARASSING WOMEN. BvIARGE OF ROCKSALT. j V Broken Hill, Saturday. II amount received by the nious up to noon yesterday e lockout fund was £1819 t has received a cable of from the secretary of H! Socialists. ? quiet, but any dtvlop expected. Law authorities have arrangements for the HKrocecdings against Tom ^^B^B-wviity-seven persons ar on January 9. The Bjjj^^^Ley will be called upon ^^^Hfhinday will be one of ^^^H^&laid uuder the com ^^^^^H^mount of unpleasant paid to the the remained ertook one of those this mean cam obtained sliot BHK a be- e awaited devel ?HBjnHft. vas long and early hours person armed looked water tank, ^^HB^H£^V:all«d upon n cntl y bolted. i ^^HflHH^Ee fleeing rock s almost needless HHH outrage' has not police. ig the provision armed

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

?A.y«»s's dyfa Sarsapa rilla is » )!j$r \y prottygood j|Sra i/S A travoling '||Jp9 V0 vm] compan- rT v ion. Bettor f j you go away 3 from homo. It *X*V=' may save you a long illness. And if you aro not going away, keep it with you, always, in tho house. AYER'S SarsapariEla is tho host family medicino you can havo. A thorough courso of trou' mont with it inakos good rod blood, brings tlie old color back to tho lips, fills out tho cliooks, aud gives tlio glow of porfoct lioaltli. Perhaps you suffer from tho en feebling effect of a prolonged spoil of warm woather. If so, Ayor's Sarsapa rilla will vitalize your blood aud givo you renewed force, vim, and ouorgy. As now made, A ijcr'.t Snrsa parilla contains no alcohol. There are' many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get 'AYER'S.' Prepared by Df. J. C. Aver & Co., Lowell* Mass., U.S.A. JlYZH'S PIZ/Lfl, £h* boat family laxativ*. I Tads leverage tfjat benefits. NOT s mply a thirst- 8 quencher, not merely a stimulant, but just t...

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WALES BEATS ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

WALES BEATS ENGLAND. Wales beat England by eiglit points j to nil. .

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

WHY SANDER & SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT superior to nnjr 0)hftr eucalyptus product? Because it is the rebult of full experience and of 0 special and cureful proccss of manufacture, aud the danger attending the use of the irresponsible preparations which arc now palmed off . an 'Extracts ' are avoided. A death was recently reported from the use of ono of these concoctions, and at an action at law, a sworn witness testified that he suffered the mosi cruel irritation from tho application to an ulcer of another, which was sold as ' just at good as SANDER'S EXTRACT.' There fore, beware of such deceptiou. Rememberr that iu medicino a drop that cures is bo Met than a tablespoonful that kills, aud insist upon the preparation which was proved by experts at the Supreme Court of Victoria and by numerous authorities during tho last 36 yearn to be a product of genuine merit, viz., THE GENUINE SANDER AND SONS' PURE VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EX TRACT. F. Hearne, Chemist, William Btreet...

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Rabbit Freezing Works. THE COUNTRY'S CURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

Rabbit Freezing Works. THE COUNTRY'S CURSE. The farmers at Orange are indignant at the action of RaDbit Inspector Lynch m prosecuting ctitrerent people for neglecting to destroy rab bits. A meeting has been held in Orange in protest, and also to take steps to establish a P.P. Board separ ate from Bathurst. The President of the Bathurst Board — Mr. Durack — made reference yesterday to this move ment. - ? Mr. Sullivan said the farmers were act- 1 ing foolishly in trying to induce the Minister to sanction any other means of destroying rabbits other than by poison.^ It was a false step. It ap peared as though they were trying to build up the rabbit industry and fos ter freezing works. Such works wsre the curse of the country, for the people tried to breed rabbits Tor trade pur poses. Before they could properly deal with rabbit- destruction they would have to put-down the freezing works. I-1 9 was surprised at the Orange far: mers taking this retrograde move| ment. He was sure the Minis ...

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A Great Revival. RACING IN BATHURST. ANNIVERSARY DAY MEETING OF THE BATHURST TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Daily Argus — 18 January 1909

A Great Revival. RACING in bathurst. anniversary day MEETING OF the bathurst turf club. On Tuesday and Wednesday, the 2Gth and 27th instant, the Club will hold another meeting, which .we expect will further accentuate the great revival |u sport in Bathurst. Much lias been done since the last meeting in sub stantial improvements at the course, lhe first stage of what is to be a pic turesque and commodious tea room has been erected, where patrons may sit and enjoy a cup of delicious tea, or a refreshing-, ice cream, and watcli the racing from an excellent point of view. The comfort ol' the grandstand has been increased, and the interests of patrons studied in a marked degree. The beautiful course, with its expan sive panorama, as viewed from the grandstand reserve, is daily becoming a feature in our district, and will, ere long, be a by-word in the State. The pleasant meetings already held, and the one announced for Anniversary week, with its excellent programme or events, demonstrate...

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

interest awakened; Interest awakened everywhere In the marvellous cures of Cuts, Burns, and Wounds with Dr. Sheldon's Mag netic Liniment. Price 1/G and 3/. Ob tainable at MocEler Bros., George-st., Bathurst; E. Morgan, Burraga.*

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