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Mining. MILLER'S HILL MINE, TURON RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

Mining. MILLER'S HILL MINE, TURON RIVER. ? ? '.,,;- For -neck ending 11 lust., Hhe 300 feet lcveT1 was driven ' a distance of 22 feel the Tioin retaining its ''dbar- actcr both, in' size' and cualhflr throughout'.'* Stopes airej Mow 'being opened from this level - and . train lines for trucks1 being laid 'down .so* that a 1 egular output * of ore may be main tained to serve the mill1 whidh! will be started^ oa 4th October. Ono ,icom ? pa/ny interested in 'the property as) 'about to increase 'its capital' in' order to acquire larger interests. The com ipany will issue , 9,500 additional 'shades of fivfel 'shli'lings' 'each fuJly pauli. The new shares will all be 'tatoen up1 by present holders. Tho only change in the constitution of the' company will bo the appointment of thre'e 'directors resident in Sydney to conduct the 'affairs of the* com, pany jn this State, the present di rectors being all resident In Mel ?boulrne. /To [Still further economise working light rock-cftills driven ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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Cycling and Motoring Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

Cycling and Motoring Notes. A particularly linn motor cycle performance was established 'jant Saturday in tho Victorian Motor Cycle -Club's 50-milos nice, which was decided over a 2;'--mileB outand homo course, which had ' to bo negotiated twicn. L. Bonn, in receipt of four minutcB start, '.covoted the 'fifty,' including having to ease up for throe turns, in tho oxcnedingly ff-Bt time of 1 hour 5 minutes, equal to a sustained 8|-oed of ovor 4G miles an hour,. This is tho fastost ?' fifty ' yp.t retristered bv a motor p.vr.H.qf. mi the road in Au(itralasia,and themorit of the perfonnanco'can bo gauged' by compkriug Uonns Hgures with J. B. Derosim-'s motor cyclu track world's record of 48 minutes 21. seconds,' es tablisuod on the fine banked track at Los Angeles (California) last April. ?When, one takes into consideration that Cenn had to practically stop three, times to turn back in tho op posile direction, and -the fact that-he had to ride up hill and down dale, and ease up for road...

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TRUNKEY CREEK MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

TRUNKEY CREEK MAIL) ' ' Mr. B. S. Carr, M.P., 'has received the following letter from the Post master-General: '1- have the' -honor to inform you that, fiom a recent' count yi .. Lliu ? uu* 1 uaiJuuueii^JC ,. ;,l euu*VUtl ? allu despatched over the Trunkey Creek Long Swamp porterage mail service, it has been ascertained that' the ar rangement has been carried, out at a loss to the Department, and it has therefore Jbeen decided to reduce the frequency from twice, to once a week, to take' effect as from the 18th inst. The following time-table will be ob served: Leave Trunkey Creek Satur day 9.15 a.m:, arrive Long Swamp 11 a.m.; leave Long Swamp 32.15 p.m.; arrive Tiunkey Creek 2 p.m. Mr. C Cook, South Isis, Q., says: 'Some limeago, while cane cutting for /Mr. Kerr, of Doolbi, I had1 a severe at j table of Colic and Diarrhoea. I got isome medicine from the Chemist but it did me no good. A friend of mine r.Jvised me to try Chamberlain's Colic, .Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, andi I am pl...

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Guilty or Not Guilty DRAMATIC SCENE IN AN ASSIZE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

Guilty or Not Guilty DRAMATIC SCENE IN' AN ASSIZE COURT. Soventy years ago a burglary oc curred at a farmhouse near Liverpool Thero was a struggle, and the robber loft a button from his coatf' and re ceived some scratches on the face. The police were -given.-, accurate descriptions of tho man-, by the farmer, but for a time no arrests were mado. , - . ? - 1 . fn. weeK or iwo attor tue roooery a man. was. arrested, having\yith him a bundle, containing . some ' ot' the plunder, moro of which 'was found at his lodgings The fellow's face bore marks of scratches, and, to make the evidence moro positive, a button corresponding to the one found at the time of tlie robbery Avas gone from his coat. The. man ? -professed to know nothing of the affair, so. his cx plauation was considered- very un satisfactory. ??; The case came to trial, the. evidence was, so. strong .against tho prisoner that the jury pronounced, him ''Guilty .' without leaving their seats- ... Burglary .was a hanging matter ...

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BATHURST FAT STOCK SA[?]FS [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

BATHURST FAT STOCK SAiFS E.'-.ift* Taylor and Co, report- that on Thursday, September ICth only G:- ?tat cattle were yarded, quality, bring from medium to prime. We.yaided c'lu.'.1. ami EDiu; uu ..iuxmiutv.mi:, , xiema 'wortii, prime ct-ws at i£7 to £7 IBs; heifeis fiom £4 9s to £5'lGs; steers £5 10s to £7 0L7s; account Geoi. Jones, steers rroiiiVEG 2s to'£S 10s. On -Monday next we shall sail Mm con junction with 11 B.i Cousins and Co., 2 allotments in Bentick Street, ' ono fairm near Raglan. On Thursday ns\t we shall steil 22 .prime bullocks., Ok Wednesday, September, 29th, we shail hoild a sale of store stock at O'Conn eljl.' See adlvertiment this' issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

Get Down to Causes. An Irish student attempted to rn fluc a professor's lecture on cause ,1 effect. He objected to the axio ,Uc -principle that cause Is . tUwnys ' nna effect a consequence, and he 'Lt'rated his. theory by citing one ot ,s countrymen pushing- A ?wheel-bat- L, Whatever reaeonlng may- bo ne ossary to Establish tho msnman s contention, one tMng is certain, ' cmim lvvays goes first in Kidney diseases, ,^nd the effect ; follows. ? Bad backs from disordered -.kidneys, are very common. No condition . or .rjiaps o( humanity is exempt. ? Some cases an old. and chronic, and ? stubborn to remove. Some are first attacks, ajid castiy disposed of by Doan's Back ache Ki-«ney Pills.- If this fact couild' only be impressed upon ajl peopje, vliat a worifd :on suffering would bo prevent^. ' Perhaps- this expterience will convince* you. Mr. John -Uttlemore, bill-poster, of William-St., Orange, says:. '?/ir a long time now, I have been troubled with pains in' wy baclc It was a horrlbe gn...

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TO-DAY'S FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

? uj '*' - TO-DAY'S FORECAST. The forecast for to-day is a.-5 fol lows: Fine west of the mountains; still cloudy and unsettled over the coastal districts, with more rain and atiually southerly winds, but bocotn ing finer.

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THE NURSE GIRL EXPLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

THE NURSE GIRL EXPLAINS. 'Being 'twins' is an amusing, not to Mj' a confusing, occupation. When twins are old enough- to tell each oilier, and themselves, apart^ iJieir gundians are saved' a great deal of 10 Ujo conside'rabfc conTusion. Tim Allowing tale is told of a. benevolent old gentleman ivuo stopped a' nurses £ir{ tthocilng two . Eimllar-loolcinsj infanta in a baby carriage. Will, twins?' 'Yes, air,' replied the girl. 'Boll) 'boys.' ? . ? ?? ?So,' said' the old gentleman. 'Kow do yon teli them apart? Wbiclr is ?nthJcli?' 'This one.' said the nurse, pointing, 'is this and that one la that.' ?riflnr nip* sn.M tlm nlrf rfPntli»lTlnn. 'how very interesting! Butt,' lie addoi. indicating the second one, 'might ntt this one be this, also?' 'It might,' said tlto girl ; after a &hor\l pause. 'Then, of course, that one would be- tibat.' 'Well, flKen.' said, tne old gentle man, 'how do you manage to separate; tltem?' ?- ? ' , . 'Wo seldom Jo, bat wJipn wo w'a'nt ?o wo put one in ...

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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

the rainfall. Bathursl is going to have a ' little reward at last. After, years of de pression and drought' we have had the best season's rain for 15 years. Bathurst deserves its good fortune. We hone 'it will uut such life into the people of Bathurst 'as ; will stir them up to take advantage of the helping hand held out by ''Providence and cause the people to 'show, by their determination and energy ( and , grit, that they only want a little encourage ment to make it what itv should ^e — the Queen City of the Wes't. Welling ton, whilch did , not fWant- heavy rain just now, did not get 'it! They only got 15 points. Seeing, -.therefore, that Providence is on 'our side, we liope to have the Western people get a move on a'nd do all thai Western peo ple can do to push the WesPahead. Following are the stations* Which1. re: ported rain up, to 9 a.m.' yesterday:— Bathurst, 200 points, Blayney,' 11G, Rockley 8G, Trunkey Creek 74, 'Syd ney G9, Brewarrina 28, Mudgee 20, Wel lington 15, Cowra ...

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EIGHT-HOUR DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

EIGHT-nOUR ''DEMONSTRATION. A meeting of the committee of the Eight Hour Demonstration was held in the Masonic Hall on Thursday night last. The chair' was ' occupied by the President, Mr. 'J. Maloney. It- was decided to add to the' programme of the sports a rope-q.uoit competition, pie first prize to be a : sheep, donated by Messrs. Harrison and Johnson. The entries for the events are coming in very satTsfiictorily. The ''proces sion this year promises to eclipse all previous ones. The Wellji pton 'Eight Hour Demonstration will le held on the 27th inst., when lir R. Anderson, a member ot the Engine-drivers ' and Firemen's Association, wi'l represent the Bathurst Committee. ,

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THE CAPTAIN'S HARD LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

THE CAPTAIN'S. HARD LUCK. News horn MiUthoiine, p,ays the 'Daily Telegraph' states -.that on Thursday last, Captain.' Hansen,^ who was on a walking tour, of the' world, was arrested by Senior 'Constable -Haw- kins, after a severe' 'struggle,' on.'- a charge of stealing, a rabbit fumigator, a bottle of whisky, and ra^ parcel.'*, Han sen stands Gtt '4in! iiigh,'~'and''-s5'built proportionately. \ 'The,', Constable man aged to knock 'him over, .and he fell on some stone, 'and . sustained a fear iul gash in the head,' two stitches hav ing to be put , in., ; The Captain was to have, appeared . at the Millthorpe Police. 'Court' yes'terday. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

There is not r. parqicie of opium or other narcotic in Gnamberh'in'a Cough. Remedy, and lev- hns boen since it was first offeree! to tho public. It is as safe a medicine for a child as for an aduit. This remeil)y is fam ous for its cures of colds and croup, and can always be depended upon. Fa' eale \-y, L, Edglej; and Co. . . M '

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OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

OPTIUIAN'S VISIT. September 29th is the date of next regular monthly visit to itathurst op :U1DU and Beeman, .Ltd., the wen lcnown 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. One of the principals personally visits Bathurst (Chas. Gibb, lale principal ot Charles Gibb and Co., and J. W. 'Beeman (late Manager and Sight Specialist for H. A. Barraclougn), who has been visiting this town for some years, are tire principals, so clients can rely on the most expert Bye service In .consulting us. Next visit Sept 29th.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

If (you get appendicitis (Being ono of tflio bon ton A'jiir, advisers, as most right is. May consider pro arid con Whether you (wihat'or your fright is) Shall bo operated! on! But for coughs, cok*s, and bronchitis, Woods' Grfeat Poppormirit Cure's the don.

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A PROSPEROUS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

A* PROSPEROUS DISTRICT. Alter his visit to Cowra, Mr. Wad doU, Colonial Treasurer, stated that the country was looking wondei fully well, belter, in fact, than it had beo.i before at this period oC the year. The Cowra Show, he said,' was 'a 'very suc cessful one, there being a record at tendance, estimated at 10,000. The ox hilx'ts' all i6tind were excellent, tho live stock being particularly good.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

J&Itc j8atliun.it if inns. SATURDAY, SEPT. 18, 190^ '

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EXPERIMENTAL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

EXPERIMENTAL FARM. Mr. '.rant, the new orchardist at the Bathurst Experimental Farm,' has taken over his new duties. Yesterday a visit of inspection was paid aiound the Farm by Mr. Giant, accompanied by Mr. .W. ,T. Allen and Air. Peacock, and the officials at the , Farm. Mr. Giant was pleased with everything he saw, and looks forward to a long aud enjoyable time in Bathurst. . i^-{

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The Spring Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

' The Spring Show, ( Thc'Comni.tice ot our A. II. aud P. Association hub outeied upon its pre paration for the Spiing Show, and Horse Parade, with a zest which au gurs well for the success of the ven tuie. They will ha\e everything in their favor. r ? The season is assured and providing the event is well ad vertised, there must be a big attend ance. - The committee* should see that all their advertising matter id high class stuff, which will catch the eye and impress on the prison reading it the Importance of the show. This Spring Show movement is becoming a very popular movement throughout the country, and there Is no reason why Bathurst should not be one of the leading towns in the movement. Stal lions will not be judged for prizes, and may be 'entered for the parade free of charge. The mere fact that owners will be able to show their horses to a large and critical crowd of spec tators from all parts 'of , the 'district without being subject to judicial com petition, and without c...

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MY GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

MY GARDEN. My garden is a good one. I havo b!x beds iu It. I have 'cabbage, let tuce, carrots, broad beaus, straw berries, and onions. The utrawborries grow very quickly, and are Just iu Uower now. I water . it twice every week, on . Tuesday ? and Fridays. My broad beans are in1 Uower, 'and on one plant I have two littio broad beans. My carrot seeds are just up out of the ground. GLENNIE KING. Third class. (Gardening is splendid work for young folks, Glonnlc. Do you ever squat down and look at your growths day after day and wonder who or what manages everything? There is much food for thought in your garden. —Editor.)

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Slate Politics. QUESTIONS BY MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

Slate Politics. QUESTIONS 3Y MEMBERS. The following questions were asked in the Legislative Assembly on Tues day:— i'ublic School Teachers' Skill-mark. Mr. Hindmarsh, for Mr. J. C. L. Fitz palr.ck, asked the Minister lor Public KnslrucUon.,-— Is the grantine of tho skill- mark to teachers still a matter Cor the supreme jurisdiction o£ tho Chief Inspector; and, if so| will he cause effort to be made to devise soma means, whereby applications for same n.ay be dealt with more expedltiously than is the case under the 'nresent system? , ' '~ f- ? Mr. Hogue answered;— The final award of teachers' slclll-marks before granting the highest grade certificate is still made by the Chief Inspector; and when a teacher'8 qualifcations, in the light of the local irispe'etor'a re ports on his school and his personal work appear to warrant it, arrange ments are made; for the Chief . Inspec tor to visit his school within such a period as wiM; prevent undue delay iu. dealing with the cases of teachers ...

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