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OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. ( September 20tHi is the date or noxt i regular monthly visit to B&rhurst on Ulbb and Beeman; Ltd., the weu known Opticians of , G Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Park Ho tel. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.- All sufferers from any eye trouble, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. Ono of the principals personally visits Bathurst (Cling. Gibb, late principal of Charles Gibb and Co., and J. W. Beeman (late Manager and Sight Specialist for H. A. Barraclough), who has been visiting this town for some years, are tlte principals, so clients can rely on the most expert Eye service In conBuJtlng us. Next visit Sept 20th. \ v ' '
Cowra Show. FURTHER RECORDS. Cowra, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909
Cowra Show. FURTHER. RECORDS. «.. ' Cowra, Wednesday.' The people fairly rushed tlie ' gates at the Cowra Show to-day, and the taking's were over JE20 more than last year.' , - ? It is estimated lhat over. 0000 people were 011 the ground. The controversy re the veterinary certificates for stallions is causing much feeliug. Visitors from all parts of the State are' present at tho show, including the Hon. T.' WaddeU, State Treasurer. - * The Cowra town water supply was used to water the streets to-day for the first time. .
WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909
WEDDING; &nbsp; A pretty wedding was celebrated on Monday evening at St'. Joseph's &nbsp; R.C. Church, Orange, when the Rev. Father O'Keoffe united in matrimony Miiss (Lucy, eldest daughter of Mr &nbsp; Baldwin, of East Orange, and Mr.H &nbsp; Hanrahan, of Black Springs, Oberon. Tho bride was feiven away by her &nbsp; grandfather; Mr. Grady and was attended by Miss May Baldwin' as &nbsp; bridesmaid. Mr. D. Hanrahan acted as best man. The bride was attired in a pretty frock. of cream voile with trimmings to match. She also wore the Customary wreath and veil carried and ivory prayer book, the &nbsp; gift of the bridegroom. The brides maid was dressed fin a neat frock of white muslin, with hat to match. The brldegroom's gifts to the bride and bridesmaid were a gold brooch eacj After the ceremony the wedding party adjourned to the residence of the bride's mother, where the usual felicitations were given. The happy &nbsp; co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
His ' mind imta|ed ; witli-noblo thought ? For. - tho good of all mankind — . A Chemist paitiently ?. work'd ? tund ? - sought ? ? A cure for colds: t'o; find, Tlie ceaseless toil; of an active brain', Its reward tdid at length! ensure; And the Chemist gavo to tho world his gain — | Woods' Great Peppjermint Cure. ? I ?Ch'amberiain'B Stomach' and Liver Tablets are purely vegetable and /on tain no Ingredient that can In any way, be injurious to the most delicate per son. Their action Is inlld anc?i gentle Without any of tho painful sensations experienced by the use of Pills. Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets act as b. tonic, strengthen the system, and assist the natural movement ot the bowels. For salo-by Ii Edgier and Co. SALE at Miss Maher's, 59 Keppcl-street, at 3 o'clock, THIS AFTERNOON. JAS. APPS & SON. RIENDLY SOCIETIES ASSOCIATION MEETING TO.NIGHT, Ucavis' Rooms Howiok-street. Business important. G. V. MORGAN, Hou. See. WANTED TO BUY, Pair Sound. Stout' GALLOWAYS...
Church Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
Church Services. ? fcSUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, CHURCH OF ENGLAND. .PAUI8H OF O'CONNELL. Oberon, 11 a/m.; Mutton., Falls, 3 jj.m., TaranaJV ,'7'.30 ®an., — ReitStor; O'Connell, 11 a.111., Yetholme, 3 p.m., Sunny Cornel-, 7.30— Rector.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
If You Have A cold, cough, nose, throat or lung trouble, stomach, bowel or kidney com plaint, rheumatism, neuralgia, USE SANDER'S EXTRACT: five drops ltl a tablespoon ol wator. Remember, you can not expect the good effects from any sort of eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES because It contains etherdeal and antiseptic substances not contained In other eucalyptus products. These, latter liare caused grievous harm and a death has resulted from their use. Do not apply an ointment to a sore? It keeps back tho r.ocretlons. To wounds bruiseB, sprains, b ens, ulcers, eczema and othor skin troubles, APPLY DER'S EXTRACT: 15 drops In a tablor spoon of olive oil. Tlie effect will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, be cause it Is freed from the irritating conntltuentn contained In oti«r eucalyp tus preparations, it heals when otkers Irritato. Insist upon the GHNTJINB SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you will dorlv* tha benaflt!
SHEARING AT COONAMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
? 'SHEARING AT\ COONAMBLE. ' Owing to many breaks : caused by rain; mishearing- . -will - not ? be . completed in the . Coonamble'; : 'district for.! imany weeks'v.to come.v .. At; Quambone sta-i tion, where 70,000 sheep * are -. being! shorn, there.-: is still-' three . 'Weeks' i work. ? The .-.shearers' at Sandy Camp are . busily engaged on 50,000 sheep; while at Wallangambone station work on 18,000 has just commenced. Outi Carinda way . shearing is- .in : full swing, also out Quilbone, and Combogalong. The: high state of the .Castlereagh^Ri ver .has prevented ' the teams - from crossing, thus delaying- operations in pTaceS:' j , '^'Extensive ^improvements., are being made -ou: Quambone'^station in -the -Kay*. ofc, cleaning and f;subrdlviding— work which' will take' somfe -^years ^to i coiripTete and will run- into ' about ie'27,'000. /Applications haVe' been lodged to convert 32,000 acres, of leaser hold on tliis Station into conditional j purchases. -? C.-M
COSMOPOLITAN FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
COSMOPOLITAN FAIR. . ' ;The! second -evening of ' the - great Cosmo politali Fair in connection with |ha/Salvation j^i-my/ jyjis held at the &my Barrapks last night. .. The en tertainment was opened with a musi cal' -programme^ by Miss ' . Makepeace and pupils..' Piano'.solos were-;, ren dered by that lady and Miss Dora Jame son gave a vocal solo; an organ solo was Tendered, by. Master Frank Pettit, and - recitations by-, Master Shepherd and i Miss Anerback. The ^ ladies ; were somewhat bashful as to entering^ into the: whistling andi.otheri .competitions. To-morrow evening ? the fair will _ be concluded, when Miss White : and her pupils will render 'a musical , , pro gramme.
CLOSER SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
CLOSER' 'SETTLEJIEnT. - The Minister for' Lands gave notice in the Legislative Assembly - on Wed-, iietday night of his intention' to move; subject to the provisions of the Closer Settlement Amendment Act\o£ 1907, that the House approves of the Governor resuming the- following three areas.— Part of the Larras; I&.lcek Estate, mea'r iMolong, li,'G25 abres;' part of the North Logan. Estate, with in the fifteen mile limit of the ap ipro-xtal M.ne .of railway iCi-om .Gawra; to Canowindraj, 11,511 acres; and the Crowther Estate, near Young, 10,521 'acres. The ' areas were covered bj; proclamations |in the Government Gazette' on July A, 1909, May 5, 1909, and October 7, 19 OS, respectively.
HEAD GARDENER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
HEAD GARDENER'S' REPORT. At the council meeting on, -Wednes- day night Mr. II. Lynch, .head gardener, reported that the planting of trees in. Torch, Lambert, and Stewart streets, p.nd ? aloiig tlie Blayney-i;o'adi::had .beeri ?finished; He had caused holes to be dug1 around the artiflcial lalffl in Mac hattie Park ' to ascertain whether the water in the lake was leaking- or' not, but no trace' of leakage ' 'was found: The watery was : lowered i;to a certain depth, for six weeks, and' carelul mea-) surements ''jWei'e taken . sit- - 'different!! periods, but it~remained , stationary, ! proving the'bottom to be sound. si
SYDNEY SHARE MARKET. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
SYDNEY SHARE MARKET. j jSydney, Thursday. Gold Hill, paid, 7/. Mount David, 1/7. Broken Hill Junction North, 30/. Broken I-Iill South, paid, '£5 16s Gd. Broken Hill South, con'., £5 12s. Gold Hill, con., 6/9. ' Broken I-Iill1 Proprietary, 41/. O.K. Copper, 2/5. Broken Hill Sbuth Blocks, 33/.. .
CROSS COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
CROSS COUNTRY. ? Tlie survey ol' the Railway route! from Wellington to Werris Creek has; been sompleted, but pnly 49 out of approximately 121 miles of the 'Gil-; gandra to G'urlewis route has been! aurvbyjod. Tlr.o laittcr (is -la siuorteii route by, about 38 milos, but/, a, com-: parison of the engineering difflculti3d( cannot be made until the survey of) thn rsllm.n-l.-!i In Olll'lewiS : : POint '?. IS1 finished. The matter of referring^rine, (of these cross-country, - line's ' tOviithei Public Works Coniniittee for report! will be considered when' tlie 'Cabinet, decides its railway ' policy,''''' ? (
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
'' ' BILLIARDS. . I ? ' ' . At McSorley's .Rooms last night, Snowstorm, , on 13&, beat Cabbie, on 130, by 28. R.P', on 10, meets R. I-Iemsworth, :qn 80, on Monday, night. |
BATHURST EYESIGHT. BARRACLOUGH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
, uATIIDliST El'ESIGllT. ) BARRACLOUGIi'S VISIT.. , , | This is the age of , aids to nature. The old and crude idea of leaving it unsupported by science wrought, un told loss, injury, and misery to bu inasity . Millions of eyes were perma ently impaired and their blessing lost h rough lack of scientific tests /ind cor rectly adapted glasses. No name stands for higher success among Opticians than that of II. A. BARRACLOUGIi, Ltd., 385 George-Street, Sydney. An Expert, from this firm may be con sulted at the PARK HOTEL, BATH URST, on TUESDAY Next , the 21st SEPTEMBER, from 9 a.m. to 6' p.m.