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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909
vWoOL RftlilFf*^^ WHEAT r - lesmeii s^^---^^^J Agents, REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF S... /SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, RSAISSUPIAL SKIMS EVEfiY CONSIGNMENT RECEIVES THE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF OUR PRINCIPALS, WHO SUPERVtS.E THE CATALOGUING, MAKE THE VALUATIONS AND CONDUCT THE SALES. - offices and stores . CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. % iiipfi'i I ? „_-___ I j^zz^'Colda, ASlhma, Bronchllls end \^ ? = Z^Xf Long troubles quickly cured by w 1 0' 0F ' 1 BfiMRWl'.RS' BOTTLE ASSO CIATION. BUY AND SKLLi 0 .ijottlw, cases, oasks, &c. O Send for 'Price I/isfc to „ MANAGER, ? ft Bulwarni-rniVri. | rl ULTIMO, SYDNEY. ;i Most Ceilings, and walls also for that - matter, are a source of anxiety to the \ ;, -^o_E^v householder, if not an actual menace— :j ?1 /^'Wf^i^VnV they crack, discolour, and harbour all | * /^ WtWi ^\ kinds of undesirables. Not so those of 3 ' f H WavM I the Wunderlich Embossed Metal System. -5 i V l\ Ml ff'l They are PERMANENT, ARTISTIC, SANI- | !^ V #'?% ^V TflRY- and FIR...
PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909
PRODUCE SALES. V$ Sydney, FrMUy. Seventy one tnulcks offeree', 25 passed'. The market '.was firmer. Cholco red skin potatoes 7/ to 7/9;i prime 6/( to 6/4; medium to good white. skins, 4/8 to. 5/6. t Prime largo bales lucerne hay 4/2 ?, to 4/C, awiuio Ismail balles. |(/6 to 4/9. Choice chart |I/5 to 1/9, prime 4/8. medium to good 3/3 to 3/10, inferior 2/10 to 3/2. Prime oaten rack hay 4/9. I Prime ilucoruc cliaff 4/10, medium fj 4/2, Income 3iayi fi:om MlcKenzitoJ ?. .'1 ?W'aii'foool1 J4/G; Thompson, 'Perthvlll'oij ,' I
Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909
Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. - Svdney. Frid'ay. ; Wheat is finer, 4/10 to 4/11., Maize, 3/9 to 3/8 Vid- jSJCi prime, 4/7 to 4/8. , - ' Flour, £10 17s 6d to i£ll. Barley, Victorian cape seed, 3/2 to 3/3; feed 3/. OatSj, Tasmanian' white, 2/6; Al gerian, 2/3; seed 2/4 to 2/5; feed 2/. Bran £4 5s to £5. ^l Pollard, £4 5s to £5. Chaff: South . Australian1, prime, Y»lieaten '£4 10s to £4 15s; Victoria^ prime wheaten '£4 to £4 5s; choice' £4 10s; prime oaten. £3 10s to '£3 12s 6d. i Oaten hay, Victorian, '£4. Derrick straw, Tasmanian :'£3 5;i Tasmanian £3. Lucerne, Hunter ;Rlver, now green; £3 15s to £4. Old hay; £4 to £4 10s. , Potatoes, Victorian red skins '£,0 10s. to £7; pink eyes '£6 to £C 5s; snnwflaken £$ t0 £5 Ios«' Onions, Victorian Drown Spanish £5 to £7; Japanese £0 to £10. Butter, choice, ii2s,, reduction of 4s. perewt; best second;86s. to 96s.; pastry Sos. to 86s. ' Cheese, prime, 6d; good, sd to. Sj^d; rough, sd; prime large, sd to 6d; special 6i-d to 8d.' 'Bacon, prime...
NATURE STUDY EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909
NATURE STUDY EXCURSION. On Saturday we weut for . a picnic to Orton Park, which was very enjoy able. When we got out there we went up on the bill to play, but instead of piaying we fouud thrue little, aut- hills, which were- very Interesting. Wo got a stick and dug one ant nest out, and we saw all the little rooms and cellars that were very clean and tidy. But soon the ants came out to fight the enemy. Then we went away,' for they were getting down our boots and all over us. But what we very seldom sec were the ants that have wings. Their wings are larger than their abdomen. We saw one aut carrying a large piece of bread to. its home, but it was a lltl'e too heavy tor it, ana anotucr am soou came up to lend a helping hand. Then, after a little game, wo had' din- ner. In the afternoon we had a con cert, and after that we went down to the willow trees, and had a swing on the branches. We then went round on tho platform, waited for the 'Lime- rick,' which arrived about 5.10. We reached...
THE FOUR TRUANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909
THE FOUR TRUANTS. Tom, Jack, Frank, and Teddlc were not very good boys. They did as little as possible at school, and when they could manage it they stayed away alto gether. One afternoon they deter mined to play truant, and upend the time on an island down the river. Un fortunately there was no proper boat lp. which they could row themselves acroos. They would not swim with their clothes on., because the clothes would get wet and be uncomfortable to wear while on the island. Neither could they manage to swim and carry their clothes on their heads. At last they found an old leaky punt. They put their clothes on the seat to pre vent them from getting wot.' Jack got in and baled out the water with an old kettle he found, while the others swam and pushed the boat across. Then they dressed again and started out to play 'Wild Indians,' but In stead of an Indiau they found a farmer 'waiting for them on the island, and ho gave them a sound thrashing and sent them back to school. , „ C. S1L...
FANCY GOODS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909
FANCY GOODS SALE. , Messrs. A. S. Low and Co.- will sell by public auction on Monday after noon, commencing at '2.30 .o'clock, a riuantity of drapery, .boots and shoes, watches, clocks, and general jeweller;'. The firm says these things have to be sold; consequently, those who are pre sent may make their own prices.
METHODIST CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909
METHODIOT CHURCH SERVICES. William St.— 11 al.m. Rev. B. J. Meek. WiUiajm St.— 7 p.m., 'Rev. II. Wheen. S. Bathurst — 11 ai.m., Rev. H. Wheen. S. Batlrarsl— 7 p.m, Rev. B. J. Meek. Wihito Rock— 11 a.m., Mr. Armstrong. (White Rock — 7^ plm., Mr. Makepeace. Perthville— 3 axm.', Rev/ B. J. Meek. iDimfeeld— 3 p.m., Rer. II. Wheen. Wattle Flat— 3 p.m. and ,7. iy.ni., Mr. Stocks.
Commerce Congress. ADVISORY IMPERIAL COUNCIL. PROMOTION OF BRITISH TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909
Commerce Congress. ADVISORY IMPERIAL COUNCIL. PROMOTION, lOF BRITISH TRADE. , ?''', . (' ? Sydney, Friday. ' Ati.thp Congress of. the Chambers of Commerce 'to-day ,a resolution sug irostmg that tiie/ilomo and Colonial Governments bo urged to consider that tur.thcr' or better steps than those at present existing should be taken to elaborate a general and , State-aided scheme1 at 'reduced rates to encourage emigration of suitable settlers under woll;ponsiderod conditions, was car ried unanUnously. The Congress agreed to urge upon the Government:! of the Empire the appointment ot an Advisory Imperial, Council to consider questions, of. Imperial and Colonial interest,- especially 'those tending to promote trade between tho variou/ parts of the Emp'ire.' ' , A, resolution having for its - object? the reduction of telegraphic charges within the 'Empire was' carried. A motion was moved: 'That this Congress rc-aflirm its previous resolu tion ltn' favor, of amicable methods ^of preventing st...
"THE CHRONICLE" SPEAKS. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909
'THE CHRONICLE1' SPEAKS. ' London, Friday. '- The 'Daily Chronicle' points out that the' majority of the Chambers 01 Commerce sitting in Sydney, having favored preference, might seem an ov drwhqlming argument until three things were remembered, viz.: — ; The small ' representation of the large British industrial centres. 1 The preponderating strength of the Colonial representatives of inanufacS turlng'liud industrial enterprises, and. ! The significant neutrality of the Chambers of Commerce of Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide. \ Implying, said the ''Chronicle,' ei ther a division of opinion or no desire to press or foijce the Motherland's hands. Continuing, the 'Chronicle' points out that if as the result of a! tariff, mil lions of money would reach the Bri tish Exchequer, foreign goods would not be excluded, and it was doubtful whether the .advantage to the Colonies would not be illusoiy.
Federal Parliament. SQUABBLING AND QUARRELLING. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909
Federal Parliament. SQUABBLING AND QUARRELLING. Melbourne, Friday. Mr. lluglios' moved that the Speak er's, ruling, given the previous day with a'eferenice to the closuring of the De bate on Old Age Pension grievances be disagieed with. ' * 'After J,wo hours' discussion, Mr. josepii uook moved the closure. (The motion was1 rejected by 30 to 1G. The report 'of the Commitl.ee on the High Commissioner Bill was ad opted. ?Mr. Matthews continued the debate on the Constitution Amendment Bill, which was further adjourned and the House rose.
THE NORTH WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909
THE NORTH WARD. A : meeting of the supporters of Mi\ Arnold Rgby, as a candidate for the North Ward, in the torthcoining Muni-, clpal ejection, will 'lie held, at Beavid Rooms on Monday evening next, at S o'clock. , ,_---,„?- , '-»