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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

Mr. C. Cook, South Isi3, Q., says: 'Some time ago. whiie cane cutting for Mr; Kerr, of Doolbi, I bad' a severe at tack of Colic . antl Diarrhoea; I got some medicine from the Ohemist but it did me no good. A friend of mine advised me to tory Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I am pleased that I did, for after taking a few doses I had entirely recov.»ed and was fit for work next day.' For sale by L. Edlgley and Co.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OVERSEER OF WORKS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

OVERSEER OF/ WORKS REPORT. At the Council meeting on Wednes day night the overseer of works (Mr. F. Campbell) reported for the past fortnight that he had continued the filling and ' gravelling of Busby and Torch streets; ' repaired' footpaths .in Lambert and I-Iavannah streets; cleaned out gutters in Lambert, 'Sey mour, and Keppel -streets; placed box culvert under footpath . .at .the corner. of ...William and Russell streets; re-; moved encroachment -from footpaths 4n: Seymour-street, and filled up ' ; sanie ; attended to the getting of gravel and mixing of asphalt, sweeping of streets, and removal of same; flushing of gut-' tors etc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

Said He Never Saw a Child's Head in Such a State— Lanced It but 'Did No Good— Body Covered, Too Scratched Till Blood Ran — ? Grateful Mother Praises : ' CUTICURA'S COMPLETE AND ECONOMICAL CURE w ... t 'Cuticura is the only thing that cured my daughter when she had suf ; fered with eczema for six months. She is now turned five years. It started V.vith.her ears and it spread all over her ... body. She used to scratch herself till ; the blood ran down her fingers. I tried ' ' ? everything for it but nothing did any ' ' good.-' Wo. had 6pent pounds on her, took her to two doctors and they gave , me ointment and lotions, but still it ? went worse. I called a nurse in. one - '.'day, to.sce what she thought about her, for I wiis tired of seeing her with her '?' head all bandaged up, as she was a :? , ?rcpmplete.mass. of 'running sores... . , ?' -'The nurse took1 h'er to- a specialist' in Manchester and he said he had: never seen a child's head in. such a state be fore he lanced it. He gave...

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A SATISFACTORY DEPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

A SATISFACTORY DEPORT. ; After,- jvisiting ICerivs : creek,; v i^u chareena, Booiney, Wellington, ffid tile' surrounding districts, the Molong Stock ? 'Inspector reported ' that , . the crops never looked better at this time of the year.. In fact/at 'places theyl were too far ahead. There was a de-i crease in rabbits from 70 to^ 75. per cent, since last ;year, ; Tfiis? ' he thought, was caused through .So many holdings being netted. He also re ported that lambing was proceeding satisfactorily, and a fair percentage being marked. ;|

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Certification of Stallions. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

Certification of Stallions.:, : . — — . .-. iA..-.. I. the advent or Mr. Max Henry?! M.U.C. Vb.,- ? at-. tuo ? Cowx*a bjiow 'siagk -gered tiumuutty * m a sunau way.-; People who 'brought' stiilUoiis- tor ex-;| iiiDiuou auu certiticatiou were as-, I tounded (or pretended to be astound-, euj to discover that- theiiv horses V could hoc be certificated sound. I'lie exami nation is: a severe- one, and necessarily; . so. it covers iaults -of ». conform wtion, and hereditary- diseases. Under the! latter heading comes - ring-bone, aide.-; bono, Purb, bog-spp;viu, blood-si lavnv bone-spavin brokp^ : wind,, roaring.j eata: ract, and: osteoporosis— degeneration ui the ? bone ^ particularly . ol-,-. the nu^al bones, r' Another consideration As de leriorar J011 of the breed of horses,. par- Uculr^riy draughts, through these ail j^.nts.'-'Ih our own districts, there are ' cases -'of roaring, spavin, and ring-bone in stallions. Bog spavin they miss a generation, but it will always appear again. Ss...

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MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE. ;i | In reporting, to ;the Dubho Council on Monday evening -on-,- the Conference of Municipalities ? ? which..he,--..attended as one vol ' th'ff-- delegates: v the;,^ Mayor ,( Aldernlan^'McGuiniip ? remarked-., that .; it was 'Simliiy a farce for country: mu nicipalities; '.and a waste . o£v.three; gui-, neas. ? - The city and 'suburban it dele gates ? attended in- droves, and'.would only . discuss v motion*) of - interest t,o.| them. . The most grotesque^ motions were^ sometimes carried,, and- . it was , explained to him' . . that : : the:- .dele gates , passed them, rather than waste ; time In ' discussing them. . He was .now rather .favorable, to.-.' a separate asso- . ciation for country municipalities...

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Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

Egypt! Mr. Keir Hardie, Member of. the Bri tish feouseV 'of ' Parliament,'' not satis fled with having lia.d something lo do with- the , inciting' 'of'' the murder of1 sfr Willi;} li)- Wvllie tin;' Trn-Tiofl Viit.' ? ' n t~ tn rf _ tion to' Egypt. He is busily engaged now tryijng to foment troulile in ,tha, country-^a country 'where the British have lifted the, fallaheen from iJiq gut ter, into happiness and . prosperity. In Egypt, . 'before the. British occupa tion, 'the common person on the land was. robbed by every class Which lik ed to take a hand in the game..' No man's'' property.'' was safe, and ' taxes were levied by ;everyone who had pow er, whether legalised ,ojr,. otherwise. Before the occupancy of '£lgypt 'by the British', the Government of :th.e coun try was ; rotten /and . corrupt ; from the head of the Government to the lowest grade official. Everyone was be iiig rotobed by someone 'else, and as one grade -was robbed it passed the rob bery ^along down thte, line, unti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. Mrs. A. E. Gibson, 75 I-Iolterruan-St North Sydney, N.S.W., writes:— 'My father and I have taken Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Before taking them we wore afraid to eat, but now we can' eat woli, without any 111 effects after wards. We cannot praise them too highly, and we recommend them to anyone suffering with indigestion.' Dr. Sheldono's Digestive Tabules we an unequalled preparation for the cure Indigestion, and ail Stomach Troubles. Price. 2s (id per tin. For sale every where.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

BS0R51 FIEH, MB. ENG.NEERS, Blacksmitlis and IronfouMers BATHURST:, fi fronts tor ? Mnssey -Hanrla .Company Clin* arid BMnting ChafTcutlera Aifa-Laval Dream Separators IXL Polaorv Carta and Fuml?-atOP Also, Cyclone Gates and Pickets, Auerif' for tlie Oplebrated SHIRLEY'S ARTIFICIAL MANURES mmmm FOR SALE: Battery Plants, 2 to 12 lieiu] Secondhand Portable! Bnginos. etc. Pumping l'lnnt and 500ft. 8in. I-ipmg Slieop Sliearing Outlit, complute - 1.1I.C. Oil Ent'inos, all s:-.«a Bulfalo Pitts Traction Khginos Buffalo Pitts Portable Engines Glialfcutting a:Kl Sawmilling Plants Cordial Machine Sausage Machine, hand power T«n;inr« Pnmna Mining Accessories, etc Cori'ospondonco'Invitod. H. C. SLADE, 49 WILLIAM STREET. Motice to Trespassers PERSON'S found THKSPASS1NG OUT TINQ FENCES, or DRIVING STOCK on the .un&irmeutioned lauds WILL BU PROSEOO'PRl) fter this date: — K 1 1 LONWDOTTA ESTATE. 0R1NKA ESTATE. 8AI.TR A 51 K8TATK 'J OANGODUA ESTATE 1 UJjARSEY KSCA I'H ANDERSON BHQ ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

' JONK^ j|£ ^ WHE AT ^ ' ^ Stock& ?*fk ilMElS ftation iesmen Agents. REGULAR AUOTSON SALES OF I 3KINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS EVI 2RV CONSIGNMENT RECEIVES THE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF OUR PR5NCIPAJ..S, WHO SUPERVISe THE CATALOGUI WG, MAKE THE VALUATIONS AND CONDUCT THE SALES. -==?=* offices find stores. CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. * Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis and _ ' ? /fir l.ung troubles qufckl^'cured by - mmrnxm I baisik i 1 0' ©F 5= I ANISEED J ^ fill Chemists ami Stores. ' Queensland, }? f.LIOTT BROsl,a'd BEBKWir.RK1 liO'l'Tf.K ASSO CIATION. Bbuy and S15LL, BOTTLES, OASES, CASKS, Jcc. Send for Price Lift to » MANAGER,, ti Biihrarm-ronrJ. ti ULTIMO, SYDNEY. jfl ©EILIN6 HNO ' l I SOMETHING M©RE. | ? | Most Ceilings, and walls also for that | i; | matter, are a source of anxiety to the | * /jOE^N. 1 householder, if not an actual menace— | |S e\ I *'ie* crack, discolour, and harbour all B t' l^k %W\£§ k'S\ I kinds undesirables. Not so those of : ^ !-H v A V ei I...

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PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

PRODUCE SALES. ?Sydney,- Thursday. Fifty three trucks offered, ? 20 : pass ed; market weaker, Prime ?Email bales of lucerne 4/9, interior 2/3, (ihoifae 'Sarge bales, : 4/G to 4/9; prime i/2, good Chaff, lower,, clioice 4,/5 to 4/10, prime 4/ to -1/3, good 3/5 to 3/9. me dium 3/3 to 3/4.- Swede turnips, 2/8. The market .wasl glutted witlr po- ; latoes, and prices ;showed a weaknes' of 10/ per toil; clioice red skins v to 7/9, prime 5/10 to . 6/9, medium ,tn good 5/2 tec 5/6, white skins - 4/0 to . 4/10, inferior 4/1. Potatoes from^Lawis, Blaynoy, weva passed at 4/0; ox-Bhiyney tnuek No 744, 71 hags 4/C ? n,nd 4/7; 31 bap. VI 0; tiiuck No. 1149Z, 14 bags brand ed 'W,' C/; 12 bags 'E,' pasaet. 5/1; 4Sbags, 4/10; truck; No. 3S15, 12 branded 'E,' (j/; 59 bags 5/|l.

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Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

2-.; Commercial.. j SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, 'Wednesday. Wheat, milling, 4/8%d to 4/9;. prime, 4/7 to 4/8. ! Flour, £10 17b 6d to £11. Maize, £3 8s. to £3. 10s. Barley, Victorian cape seed, 3/2 to 3/3; feed 3/. . . . ' \ Oats, Tasmanian white, 2/6; Al gerian, 2/3; seod 2/4 to 2/5; feed 2/.' Bran £4 5s to £5. Pollard, £4 5s to £5. Chaff: South Australian, prime, vh eaten £4 10s to £4 15s; Victorian/ prime wlieaten £4 to £4 5s; choice' £4 10s; prime oaten £3 10s to £3 12s Gd. Oaten liay, Victorian, £4. DOrrlclc straw, Tasmanian. £3 5jj Tasmanian £3. Lucerne, Hunter River, now green; £3 15s to £4. Old hay, £4 to £4 10s. , Potatoes, Victorian red skins £9 ' 10s. to £7; pink eyes £6 to £6 5s; ^nnwdakef; to £$ ios. Onions, Victorian brown Spanish £5 to £7; Japanese £9. to £10. Butter, choice, 112s,, reduction of 4s. per cwt.; best second 86s. to 96s.; pastry Sos. to 86s; ' . ' Cheese, prime, 6d; good, sd to s^d; rough, 5-J; urime large, 5d to 6d; special 6'.d 10 8d. ' Bacon, prime fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

Blood poison resulting, from smal'l wounds is becoming more . prevalent. Even so slight an injury as the scratch of a pin wiil sometimes, cause hloocV poisoning. The safe way is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm as *=non as the injury has been received. That lini ment prevents all danger o£ blood pois oning and causes the Injury to heal In fibout one-third tlhe time -required by the usual treatment. For sale by. 1» lSdgley and Co. ,i__l . i-m*

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER V.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

Ba!p!i Derrick's Message CHAPTER V.— (Continued.) She erossed tho room, opened a win dow, and stepped outside into dhe garden, where Jipf, tlie fox-terrier1, .was. harrasing the pigeons,, flirst driv ing them from their food and then' eatiing it up with exasperating calm-, ness arid. .placid' disregard, of itheir an gry I'iutteings and copings.. He fled a Jnstaneousiy as his mistress appear ed and hid himself under a thick , shrub from which Olive had) ? some » , difficulty in dislodging Mm. - ; Wlieh. (this !was 1aaconyplifihed, and & he had been ordered to sit upon 'his ' Iiiiul.legs, and listened with ^blinking ' .eyes and tongue lolling out- ; of his imouth, to the solemn exhortation »| /'swhlcli his mifeliress bestowed -iiurfan :{ him, andi had shaken hnads In token Jl of forgiveness and promise of amend »j ment, lie was banished from .the' gar den into the stable-yard,) ?where he in slangy irelieved his injured! fontnr.* by chasing tlhe big Persian cat, who was sitting...

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THE INDIAN TROUBLE SYSTEMATIC UNREST. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

THE INDIAN TROUBLE ; systematic unrest. , London, Thursday. There ,is renewed unrest in Calcut-'' ta. The Bengali students are sysr tematieally insulting ' and assaulting the tram-car jconductors and refusing to , pay fares.

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EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

EGYPT. l'A most interesting and highly in structive , lecture on Egypt was given by Dr. Pain in the Oddfellows' Hall last evening. '. The .audience, , which was very good considering Ltheliuple. mency of the weather, paid the keen est' attention to what was being said. Soine very fine pictures of Egypt and Cairo were shown, all: of which gave a clear impression of the work which was being'carried on-by the Mission ers. The address was. made more in teresting by amu^inig anjecdotes and reminiscences. . *: ?:

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LAWN TENNIS. AMEDICA WINS ALL FIVE EVENTS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

LAWN TENNIS. AMED1CA WINS ALL FIVE EVENTS. London, Thursday. America won all .five events in the Davis Cup Lawn, Tennis Competition at Philadelphia. _ (

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SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

? J SHOWS. ' ' i| The Maniidra Pastoral and Agricul tural. Association's thirteenth annual show was officially opened on Wed? nesday\by 'Mr. J. Fitzpatrick, M.L.'A. The weather was beautifully 'flue, and there was a very large number of en tries. - The attendance was a record. The Mudgee Agricultural Society's Exhibition and Poultry Show took plate on Wednesday afternoon, fine weather prevailing. The attendance was fair. There was a fine parade of blood, trotting, and draught stallions.

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HALLEY'S COMET. BETWEEN ORION AND THE TWINS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

HALLEY'S COMET. BETWEEN ORION AND THE TWINS. ' London, Thursday. Photographs taken at Greenwich Observatory revealed - a faint impres sion of I-Ialley's comet. Iu position finding, an observation made-at IIeidl berg by Professor Wolff, of Heidlberg, showed that the comet is between Ori on dud The Twins, and is 1 moving westerly.

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TAXI-CABS. ONE THOUSAND IDLE. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

TAXI-CABS. ?' ? ONE THOUSAND IDLE. . .London, Thursday. : One thousand ??? taxi-cabs .are idle in | London owing' to the lack of compet ent drivors. The motor-cab compan ies complain that the new police re quirements are to rigorous. .

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