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B.B.B.B. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
[?] Berry's Big Bicycle Boom :is: nows on in William-street. Scores of second hand machines^ are on, sale; at. j£l [de posit and payments of 5s per w^elc. There is not a part|icie of opium or ;ntlier na(i'cotic . jn ?: CJiainyerlain's Cough! Remedy, and jevo?/. ?lins been' since it was 'first offered to the tpublic. It is as. safe a medicinei for a . child aa for an aduSt.' This ;remed)5r is fam ous for its cures of 'colds and ciioup, and can always (be depended upon. For. tale- by, L. Edgiey and Co. , , ./?;
The Country. TARANA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
The Country. i TAllANA. (From our Correspondent.') : Tho annual -meeting of ; the Tarana Cricket .Club -was held . at, Mr.' Yates' hotel, on Saturday, -20th August. It was the most numerously attende'd-and most successful meeting for pome time past, there being 15- 'present. Mr. liiraiu was vo ten to -me cnair. rue trea | surer, Mr. Duraclt, read tile finaueial [statement, which showed a credit bal ance of £3 5s; Correspondence was; read by the secretary,- Mr; R. C. Webb, land iifcluded a letter from 1 Mr. Rich ardson, of Bathurst,. ro'. the '.possibilities of a successful competition in' .that centre this year, and, 'suggesting 'that a delegate be sent to the meeting .in September. Mr. R. C. Webb was ,ap pointed delegate: _ General . businjess was then transacted; Mr. King, a re cent acquisition to the club, generously donated two bats to assist in. the equipment of the (ilub. A hearty vote 1 of thanks was; accorded the donor. The. following officers were elected: Patron, Mr. G. S....
FOOTBALL. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
FOOTBALL. London, . Tuesday. There is serious . trouble between the football .association and: the play ers, many of ' whom, - contrary , 'to- : the Association's ? orders, have ^refused \ to resign from' the Players Cnion, - which is backed by the' General Federation of Trades Unions. .Some of the: league matches fixed for. the opening of the season on Wednesday, have been cancelled, owing to the-, clubs: concern ed suspending all oi';many of 1 the play ers belonging to the Union. . The team selected to represent the Batchers, .against.-' .the-: Bakers-; is - as follows: N. Ingersole, J. Ingersole, Maguire, Cl'eary; Bampton, ,;F; .Burke,' M. Burke, A. Shea, Russell, S. Kelly, W. Sutton, W.' Wilson, Denmead, : Hay wood, Thompson.; Emergencies, Bar ry, Weeks, Rowlands, Ear'nie Russell. The following have been . chosen to represent the Bakers against E. - Webb and Co.'s football team: on the ; Sports 1 Grouiid at 4- o'clock to-day.' Pitten drigh, Barrett, McKee, Boardmau, I WartVi'op,...
Closer Settlement and Private Sales Bill. MR. JOHN MILLER'S STATEMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
Closer Settlement and Private Sales Bill. Mil. .TOHN MILUat'.S STA'I EMEN'I' When the House went mio Commit tee of the Whole to consider ihe '.expedi- ency oi bringing in a bill 10 refgulute the sale of land for Closer SeUlement on Thursday last, we published a tesume of Mr. John Miller's speech. *;???'. Following is the report' from 'Han- sard ' : — . . » . I endorse the ! remarks nuule,. uy the , leader of the Opposition regapljng Uie latfo lio'iir at which the JlinisteiVjis in- - IroUucing tliis bill, but I -l|o,.;not..takc up th# same ground ; as . ;that ., ton, gentleman. : 'Thqre .is; a, cdass, the .landv owi-ei's,:. whose interests 'haCve, to . be considered, and .1 reatHyi'do .think that this 'bill should have 'been, bi ought forwaui) at an eariler ho. Hi'. Tiie lead er of the Opposition made a compari son IJetween fllio price of land at , the time when .the Government iirst, re sumed ila.mt for closer settlement, and the pfrice at tihie iwesent day, but the lion, member's a...
STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
STOCK SALES. Messrs. Harrison; Jones and Devlin, Ltd;, report; — 18,300 sheep and lambs penned, : comprising a ' good proportion of ' heavy, good to , prime quality, meri no wethers, with big skins, a number of-- good quality light wethers' and' hog- gets, anu a. iair nuinuei' 01 ewes 01 an dtesdufiptions, also sjeveliial draifts oJ! crossbreds. Market opened to very spirited competition at: -prices quite equal to , Thursday's best, rates, improv ing/as sales progressed quite 6d to 9d, closing' very firm indeed, s A fair supply ; of lambs penned for a Monday, which included, all descrip tions, and embraced a good: proportion of this season's' 'suckers; ? ? The market opened at about' Thursdays prices, con tinuing at, this .level, and closing firm. S40 :cattle yarded, principally light weight steers -and bullocks, and cows of all, descriptions!, with odd drafts of prime lniavy . bullocks. . Qiiening sales disclosed . a large : number of ' buyers, who were anxiousr purchasers; at pri ...
Presentation. COURT HOUSE OFFICIAL SEND-OFF [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
Presentation'. COURT HOUSE OFFICIAL SEND-OFF The Courfollicials assembled ;at the C.P.S.'s office yesterday ; afternoon, to bid good-bye to , Mr. S. G. Porter, ju nior clerk' in the office of. Petty' Ses- i sions and Lands Office. Mr. Porter 1 resigned from the, services in . order I to join his lather in his '.printing : bu- I siness at Orange. i ivir. j. watt, uierK ? or ;i,etty ????.. ises sions, said they were very sorry to lose Mr. Porter, as .he . was one .'Of the best lads he had ever : had :n.his of fice. He ,was very ? careful . 'in his work, very .punctual, - and. , was, in short, a splendid officer. It would be very hard to.-, replace, him, .and . it was with great regret that he yielded to his departure;; : vln . conclusion, lie wished him: every success and .pros perity in his future life. ? Mr. ; A. G. 1-Iardwick, assistant C.P.S., said lie . was , ve ry - sorry ; that Mr. Por ter had resigned, as he had been an excellent fellow, and had carried out his work thoroughly...
Local and General. OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
Local anci General ' OL'lJSELVES. I This morning the 'Argus' appears undei'Vanother name, the directors of the newly formed company having ? decided to^ revert to the old title of the 'Bathurst Times,' under which the paper was so well-. and favorably known lor upwards of 46 years. Most people .will bo.-glad to see^the ''Times'' again; and ' will have . the same = sense ot security^that whatever appears , in, ? its colunimftwlll be- always clean, just 1 to 'all '.parties, and reliable.' 'I
Carr and Kitchener. WILL KITCHENER BE KOPPED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
Carr and Kitchener. * I WILL KITCHENER BE KOPPED. . Following is a Eucalyptus drop, from the 'Advocate':— Lord Kttchcncr's time will be fully occupied discussing important matters with'.the ? Defence authorities, and it js: feared in. -some Juarters that lie will, be ^unable to spare a day or twoi to/'.yisit 'thi.j city. The only 'hope of an 'acceptance. '/of ?. the invitation would, in-S ordinary Mrcum stances, lie in the . ability : of .our Fed eral representative .to' get Bathurst placed fir- the ^itinerary ;slio tld- there be one or two /daysj ayai^a'bii during the' new 'Field' ^-Marshall's vifeit-'to New South AVales. ; That hope lias been almost dispelled -by : ;the \ .blunderjus tactics of those-- responsible for the sending of the .invitation. — Our — only —hope — is1 Carr! One can almost imagine CAItlt* saying to Kitchener: 'Quick ??..m'archiV:'.! Bathurst. Halt! Stand easy!' Writer can also imag ine Kitchener' giving one look at his master, the Carr person. One loo't from ...
AUBURN, VIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
-i'. AUBURN, V1C.: ; j .Wlliam Lewis, a9 ?. 'Victoria-road i-' Auburn, Melbourne, Vic,, writes:— ' We' have found Dr. Sheldons' New Discov ery works AVondors with our children. During the cold, winter ? months' we wouia not consider it r.afo -io br- with out it.'. . Dr„ Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Coltlfc- is an -unetiuaTled preparation iTor tllio cui-b of all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. Pa-ice, Is Cd and 3s per. bottle. For suae everywhere. ? ? ? :'??? 1
NORTH COAST RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
JYOIM'lL COAST RAILWAY. The tender- for thb; construction of the' second section of the North Coast Railway, frSnr Dungog to Gloucester, .was acceptod ? by . the - Works Depart ment on Monday. / An outlay of about ,£377,000 will be involved, and 1000 men will be employed;- in addition to ? over -2000 men already at -work 011 the | first and third sections. - ? I
Caution. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
Caution. The' 'National Advocate' seems ' .to have had bad luck lately, with its can vasserd, judging by its issue ot the following caution -.to its, readers:— ? 'You've met those 'gentlemanly chaps who slide in and give you con-' iiuence liuormation as to. how you | should run your business? - ;He. as- j suines that you are a blanlty- hot-house | idiot, whom ..he- must protect ' at i all josts against ; your, /better- judgement. 1 Is he out for your benefit or 'his own? After ''you have weighed . well, j and: answered . tlie:.Jast question, you 1 will tell him. to. chase himself, and ad- j vertise in a newspaper with a known circulation. Keep good goods to up tue advertising, ana Dusmess is assured.' ' .; The paragraph is rather ? indefinite, but what it .means, to /Convey is: 'ADVEimSE IjV 'TIIE TIMES.' ? - The 'Advocate' shjuld - ; get : rid' of those gentlemanly chaps and keep on being, its own 'blanky. hothouse (or bake-house) idiot.' * 1
TOMATO BLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
TOJLV.TO BLIGHT. - I The. Victorian Pathologist says that j tomatoes, are .liable ;to be affected with 1 the Irish blight,; as - well as the pota toes. .... The growth, of .either should, he feuggestSjjJje ^abandoned vfor . the time; 'being 'in districts where- the di sease is : feared, In . order that - the ground . might become : thoroughly, I clean. . : - ?? . : ;????' |
A BOLT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
A BOLT. . . A- horse belonging;to Mr. ?: AT. Field, ji of Milltown, was hitched on toi one ofe Messrs,-- Webb and Co-'s posts ;yester? day afternoon, when some small mat^ ter interrupted the animal's thoughts, and induced- him to move. When liis mind was made up he stood not upon, the order of(his going,; but. jusV went;; Turning; round the Park corner, ; .he: passed the Telegraph Ofiice- without demolishing- it; and, »:then, seeing Se niior-iConstable Sheehy coming, turn ed sharp up the lane between the ;Eost Office and Bowling Green, and- rolling over, sulky and all, gave itself: in- charge. 'Immediately there was a large crowd, including Post, 1 Office officials,-- municipal employees, veter inary KlirirfinnK linltnpinnn , nowsmiwi' editors, and other dead-ij'eats, all ' ofj-.i iering advice and p'icking ;up pieces of harness and splinters. Owing to the' presence ot the Senior-Constable, ev-i cry bit of harness as it - w.ap,,-- picked I up, was handed . over .tor- the, owner, I a...
Oberon. SHIRE COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
Oberon. i »?' ?— j (From our Correspondent.) SHIRE COUNCIL MEETING. The usual fortnightly meeting' of the I Oberon Shire Council was held at the Council Chambers, Oberon, on Saturday last, when there were present: Coun cillor II. Kelly, president, in the chair. Councillors Richards, Robinson, J. P. Todd and L. Todd. An apology for non-attendance was read from Councillor Brennan, who was unable tr be present, having met with an accident. Tho minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed on the mo tion of Councillor L. Todd, seconded by Councillor Robinson. The report of the Overseer of Works showed that most of the work authoris ed by the Council was in hand, al though considerably delayed by wet weather, and the difficulty of procuring ? horses and drays. The work between Ginkin and Shooter's Hill was complet- . ed and two creek-crossings near Craw fields were put in good ordef. Several recommendations contained in the re port were referred to the Works Com mittee for cons...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
jWOOL^ ^ j||| ^ WHEAT . |f||P 'r^n ' ^11 |J2 Fat ? L ( Stock & stock (BlOlERSv ^a^°n r'- !esmen . Agents. REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF i, /-SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKIMS, MARSOPIAL S^CINS EVi.HV CONSIGNMENT RECEIVES THE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF OUR PRINCIPALS, WHO SUPERVISE THE CATALOGUING, MAKE THE VALUATIONS AND CONDUCT THE-SALES. . offices and STORES! CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. « ? — ' MBS J&CniA*, Asthma, Bronchitis nnd^ — i t- S Lung troubles quickly cured by \3j- ? ? pK)WE10l I BALSAM I I m I (aniseed! 0/ all Chemists and Stores, jS— - Sole Agents for New South Wales, and fir n ? ft, Queensland,^ Elliott Bros., ftf - ?— DOG FORMS— ON SALE Distinguished everywhere Delicacy of Flavour, Superior Quality, and Highly Nutritive Properties EPPS'S COCOA Is a Valuable Ax'ticle of Diet and should be in every home. ^'iiTsist upon^lf| Gates hade by i' Settles 'Bourkelosr his brood mire s%g§&=£- \ , l^r ni^hr i' . A r'Seltler. Mell.ni.vdoesrirhe§erAgpod GSr i AricHQR gate...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
Sir. \V. C. . TOoekrier.v Too^oomba, Queensland, Viitites: 'Cfhamberiaiul3 Cough Remedy is an eKcellfent Remedy. I have boon suffering from a cold for the last two months an'di it has effected a cure. It is a pleasure for me ta rocommen'dl it to anyone with a bad caVI.' This is tly0 opinion o£ one of tha oldest and most respected residents in Toowoomba, and lias been voluntarily given in good faitih that others might try. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy anil bo benefited as lie was. For sale bs; L. Edglqy and Co. W. A. McLEAN, [ 325 RUSSELL-STREET, j Timber Merchant and I Builder ? 'JOINERY MADE TO ORDER,
BATHURST-SYDNEY ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
'BATHUKST-SIDSiEY ROAD It ACE. The sealing of all machines of the competitors of the road race from Bathurst to. Sydney, will take place at the Royal Hotel sample rooms on Fri day night at 8 o'clock. The chief officials of the race are as follows: Starters, Dr. H. Busby, and Messrs Ar- 1 nold Rigby and H. Crago; check starter, Mi'. F. J. Tonkin; time-keep-| er, Mr. Ij. Winter; clerk of course, Mr. J. Rivett. A little discussion took place last week ae -to- the riders in the race going through Sunny~ Cor- ner. It has, however, been1- finally decided that the riders will . ride through that township. All- riders are- kindly requested to assemble at the Court House steps at 5 ' p.m. on Friday, with the, object.;of' being pho tographed., Fuller details of the race will be published in a . later issue.- ; ' ,