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HOW I SPENT SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

HOW I SPENT SATURDAY. Wo had decided on Thursday, that on Saturday we should go for a picnic to Orton Park, when I awoke in the morning I fell just inclined for a ride in the train aud some gamos .in the ffclda. AfCer :brealoaat I helped in- preparing my lunch, and in getting ready for a day's outing. Then when all was ready, I started for tho station. At last the train came In, | and there was u great' ? scramble lor a window. The rldo to .Orton Park j was wry pleaaa.nl bin rather short. We had only to walk a few yards from the station to tho paddock where we were going to stay for the day. In a very short tlnvo 1 was playing rounders with some of my piaymaues. Then our: teacher came, and asked for the giifls who wore go-- ing to the etone-crusher. I was one of them. In a few minutes we were tolling up a hill, and then' throu-gb a paddock that was full of trees. It was a very long walk, so, to refresh ourselves, we had tilnnett When ?*?? reached the place v^o went at once to the pi...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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RUSSIAN CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. RESTRAINED BY THE PREMIER. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

RUSSIAN CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. RESTRAINED BY THE PREMIER. , London; .Thursday. 1 M. Stolypin, Premier of Russian, in a circular to the local authorities, en joins the greatest circumispejetion ' in referring cases to courts-martial. The Russian Premier adds: 'In view of the general tranquility, capital pun ishment must be limited' to extreme ases.' . .. .

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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THE ROCKERY [?]RIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

THE ROCKER!' 5CAHUES. The fairies were looking for a suitable place to make a home. A butterfly when flying paet a house one day noticed the conservatory would make o. mice home, so it tolC. .the Quoen of tho Failie9 who quite agreed with; the butterfly. Now there was a little girl named Daisy -whose duty ft was to water tbo ffowero IB. bite conservatory overly uiornjlng. One morning a .little fairy called Sprite, a very mischievous Jlttle frl-, low, thought he would have a joke1, with Daisy, so ho tipped the maid en hair fern over and broke the pofl. When Daisy saw this she began to cry. when suddenly ^a little voice cried. 'I am so sorry 1 did not mean to ' make you cry Daisy.' Daisy -was so astonished when she heard ipiis j't. « *? ntift ft nn—M/1 rt\+\'ir\e* rt i r\nf*f* !\ Tl t\ looked around ? when she espied a lit tle fairy sitting at cer reet. Thon she said, 'Oh, I wish 1 was a little fairy-' Hardly 'had she spoken ?'? than, her old cotton dress had disappeared anil she foun...

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

ROCKLEY. (From Our Correspondent). ThcHo was a splendid Tajll of rain' to-'tfay, sotting in' steadily (at 10 o'clock icoiitinuing incessantly, throughout the afternoon; 04 points woro registered up to 5.30 ftm. Light rainl is stall failing, and Pepjijer'a' Creek is running a banker* ??*-;j/!ij)uij

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

For Chiumikn's Heads. Mothors, FlossiiiB for tho Uiiir bus the ndvuiitaifo of not only boin' porftetly harm less, but provonts dandruff, and renders tlie sculp healthy and the hair soft liko ailt. It effectually dostroys nits and other parasites, thereby koopins «tc0 *rom th?Ko pests the head* of childron who nro going to school. Stocked by all chemists and Htorekoopei-K, Sydney n^ent : Brothwood, Chemist, 82 King-ntreot.* \ Why would lasMonablo lallora make good oavrflry . horeOB?— Because tUoy aro We* cburjfcra

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Choosing a Separator. A GAIN OF £1 PER COW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

Choosing a Separator. A GAIN OF £1 PER COW. The choice of a Cream Separator is now reduced. to a very, simple mat ter, and dairymen cannot' go wrong in selecting the new Regina typo 'Alfa-Laval.' ,'The recent improve ments i mat nave ueen introduced ren der the latest 'Alfa' so vastly superior in every respect that it would not pay you to buy ? any other make it- you could get it for nothing. The 'Alfa' now skims so perfectly that you will make £1 per cow more, yearly, from the increased quantity of cieam, over and above, what' is possible with any other separator. A special feature of the Regina 'type''Alfa' is easy turning and light running, and at all r.econt trials' 'and competitions it has easily defeated all (competitors. Why buy an old-fashioned and a comparatively heavy-running Separator When you can get the perfect, up-to-date 'Alfa,' which is ten .years,: ahead of anything elso and will last you a, life-time? THe ''Alfa-Layalf Separator, is like the 'L.K.G.' Milking Maclii...

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A Neighbour That is Near. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

A Neighbour That is Near. |Uy Alton Telford) The winter had been harder than usual to Budge 0001, und as lie him self said, 'Lord knows the winters 'avo give me awful doin' of late.' Badge 0001 wns rising 05. and had driven a| mncmn tvir Knnmtliinc over thirty i years. Beyond . two or three falls . when lifting luggage on to tho top of ! the cab and somu half-dozen attacks of, rhuuniutics, he had never ailed much— | |.urhaps bocausu he had been 'con verted1 by a night missionary at an early stage in his cabbing career, and had, therefore, abstained from drink and tobacco. Ho came of good, healfliy, long-lived Berkshire stock, too. Ills father and' forefathers had been solid, self-respecting yeomen, and Badge 0001 was bred on the old farm, and wit nessed its sale with his boyish eyes. Ho was tho youngest ot a big Tamily, and the most unlucky. Ills appear ance was that of a loug-bodled, Bhort legged mair, with a soft heart and a lack of enterprise and comercial in stincts. At Co he wa...

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THE MOST EFFICIENT FLY DESTROYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

.THE ..MOST »EFFJCrB^T FLY v ... ,- iJESTlKOVER. By fair the most efficient fly des troyer with wliidh) I am acquainted is a dilute' solution 'of formaldehyde. 11 two deaspoonfuls of formalin (-10 nay* rinnf */*rTna MrtllhM**^ hp flddQtl tM a soup-p'ate filled with water. Hies go to it, one after the other, to drink especially in tho early afternoon. Some die in the water; many fall in the immediate neighbourhood of tho plate; others succumb on window sill or floor. As a result of! leaving ; a single plateful of thlo solution on the kitchen table (I am writing m tho south of Fiiance) hundreds of aoaa -)fWos-«jo each day s»vei)t up from tin floor. Fornml'in .wajt«r is free from Uilft grmefao-me associations of fly* -papers and other traps which hold their struggling victims. It way bo l?vcn -turned to or'namentaT uses, 'A wire cage placed in th,'o centre of this dish may t/o orowuod ?n'ith-' (flowers, w(hich nourish' equally as well, with' some slightl but inteTOS iing chaingps in.' ...

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'A 'MURPHY STORY' [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

'A 'MURPHY STORY' Tlio following story is- to the effect that a £recklb-faced girl stopped at the post office and yollodi oiVt: ? 'Anything for tho MurpOiys?' 'No, tliero is not.' ? [ 'i' ' j 'Anything for Jane Murphy.?' -ii i 'Nothing.' ?-?*' p' 'Atiydhiug for 'Ana Mnrpjiy?' '-- 'No.' ' - A 'Anything for Tom' ' Jilurpliy?' .[§?, J\ 1, ?N».' i * f %\';£' 'Anything for Boh .Murphy*' \ 'No, not a bit.* '? '* 'Anything for Terry Mfttpliy?* 'No, nor for Pat MiMTflKJ'. nor Doll-1 nls Murphy, nor Poto Murphy. n°r I'a-ui Aiurpuy, -nor for any muvpuy, dead, living, native or foreign, civil ised or uncivilised snvaige or barharl* ous, male or ifcmalo, Mack or white* fiTmcMficd Or 'tmtrnntflitsod. ;natoDiafl« !sod, o« otherwise. No, there is porf-« tlvely nothing for any oi the Mur» iphys. oil'her liuHMlduttir.y, . joftvtly. severally, now nntl for 'ever, ono ond inseparable.* Tlxe girl lootfea ' at:' the postmaSLof In astonishment, nnd said:' 'Pleaso to look if there is anytliing tor ClaroEc...

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Jim Peters. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

Jim Peters. Proper pride is well enut but son,. folks «arry the thing too far. n ^ tliero was Jim Peters f'rlnstauce. Soi V whoro about 10 or 15 years ago 1'° was.courtin1 a gal called Vi'lot liu'° ham. Sho was a norphan llVi,V wj^ mi auni, mi uu ' iwu iiunurcr pound ' 1 year of' 'or own right. Jim wa ' lockshineer's clerk earnln' two po'iunu* 1 week. Now. you'd think these two :ould 'a' got married quite comfort iblc-llke. But 'no, sei Jim Peters -it shan't [bo throwod out to me as rm llvln' on any woman's money, j/u w u till I'm oarnln' two hundred, same :u Bhc's gottin', then I'll foel free to -ISik 'er to marry,' w'ich was right cnuf i,, a sense. Miss Huxham, belu' a bit stilt on her own account, quite agreed with 'mi, an' promised, to wait. weii u went on a few years till one way and another— 'e got a rise now an' tlicn besides w'lch 'e went in for poultry farmin' 1n 'is spare time— Jim was gettin' his two hundred a year. But meantime some old o-,-i .. huuele had died an' left ...

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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH Sir Thomas Bent. A SUDDEN, UNEXPECTED END. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

NEWS B'/ TELEGRAPH (Fiom New SmiLli Wall-. Coiii.ii} l'ILV..l-MX.Utl..lll Sir Thomas Bent. A SUDDEN, UNEXPECTED END. MlUiouiiic, Friday. vlSir Thomas Bjnt died ouddendly at 'eight o'clock this moining. The cause of e'eath was assigned] by the doctors to -be diabetes brought on by. worry connected with the Royal Commission of Inquiry into his lanJ transactions. , Accord.ng to his medical adviser,, he iaught a chill in Parliament , House some days ago, and influenza super vened. Sir Thomas' was unconscious' most of the time 'from Monday. l !,' In thle iHouse -6i Representatives, atter important questions' had 'liec'n asked, Mr. Joseph Cook. 'Minister 'for Defence, made feeling i;elerence to the demise of Sir Thomas Bent. '' ' Mr. Hughes, N.S. Wales, speaking for the Opposition, said they all admired the cournirp. nt- thn -rlpnftnKprl f»onf.tp-. mail. m.' Irvine said., Sir Thomas Bent was a true colleague and a loyal triend. Sir William Lyne said he had known. _Sir' Thomas ior 33 years...

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

Masonic. TUe annual installation of W.M., and investiture of officers took place on Thursday evening Hast, uhen wor. uro. i-. Miuuen.way was1 mstaiu ed to the office. Tho installing mas ter was Wor. Bro. Dr. Busby, I.P.M. There was a large attendance, ,, in clmMng many visitors lrom - other lodges. The W. M. invested !his officers as follows: — I.P.MT., ' Wor. Bro. Dr. II. Busby; S.W., Bro. J. , P. Cornwell, J.W-; Bro. 'E.\ A.' Wright, Chaplain; Wor. Bio. Rev. A!. J. Sea ton; Ticas., SV.W. Bro. G. A. Clark;| Secretary, ViW. Bro. H1. J BavhWa; S.D., Bro. G. Seaman; J.D., Bro. T. Littlewoort'; Director o£ Ceremonies, Bro. A. T. Kenniwoll; Director of Music, Bro. -3f. Koss- Thomas; Or ganist, Bro. F. II. Fuljlor; I.G., Bro. A. Sanibrook; ' Stewards, Bros. H. B. Field, L. Giddy, R. Fletcher, A; E. Thomplson; Tyler- ' !Bro. H. Lyoeii; Auditors, * Bros. A. N. Wood and J. N. Makepeace; Committee of Investi gation, the W.M., Wardens, Secretary, Bros. W. A. McLean, ant? S. G. Mit chell; ;Boa...

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DARING ROBBERY. OUTRAGE AT MOREE. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

DARING ROBBERY. ? OUTRAGE AT MOREE. Sydney, Friday. A selector named Biown, tiom Pal 'amallawa, was the 'victim' of a dar ing /case of gai rotting robbery at Mo ree last night. On leaving an liotel where he hlid had a drink he was set upon aud lobbed of £1-19 by a man. ?The police have not yet discovered the perpetrator1 ol the outrage.

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NORTH SYDNEY GAS. BASIS OF SETTLEMENT ARRIVED AT. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

NORTH SYDNEY QAS. BASIS OF SETTLEMENT ARRIVED ' AT-' »' \ ? ?\ £-;, Sydney K Friday. . 1 he. basis 'of,-, settlement has been ar 1'ived'at'in connection with. 'the threat ened ' gas1 trouble. It is practically precludes no ? possibility of a strike, 'dome ot the men's demands, Ut is uu derstoo'd, have 'been conceded. A con feidnce between the parties interested will be resumed on Tuesday night.

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SULLIVAN'S SLOPE. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

SULLIVAN'S SLOPE. ?? Sydney, Friday. The prisoner Sullivan, who escaped from custody ^w.hile being taken to Dar imghuist Gaol, on September Sib, was re-arrested at. Alexandria early this morniing. ? ' .

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OPIUM. CHINAMAN FINED £50. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

OPIUM. CHINAMAN FINED £50. ? r Sydney, Friday. At the Police Court to-day a China nan was imed1 JCOO lor importing opi m into the Commonwealth.

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

j jiSi5iSi(SirltotllIiret Extraordinary Election. ' ^nriCE is Hereby given Uiat a Poll 'XT r 'lectors whose names appear iN ,uu KoU for the North Ward, win m'°, ion on Saturday. 25tli September, K for c election o£ an ALDER 11)09, f'' ' c { isxtraordlnary Vaean JIAN no Council of this Municipality fj by thoUlesignatlon of Mr. John ^n n-mies oC the candidates are:— 'Arthur jamiss Flanagan. ARNOLD- R1GBY. . . ; . / ? ? ?rii(. Poll -will be. taken :at Premises in George-street, commencing at ^?Jocktm andclosJng;at;.C;o;clock I'11- d P. ^ VBNBSS,: ' ' .' ? .' rlerk and Returning. Officer.. TCn H»l-. Balhurst, 17th September 11i1!l— — — ?? ' '? : ' ' ' ? ' Shire of Turoh. To Carters. .; Contract 5/09. ( TPXDERS arc called for the Carting and Supplying of 200 cubic yards; of; River to be delivered witbin one mile of iheKciio Post Office, on the Kelso to O'Con 'ipcciGcation to be seen aUh'e Shire' Office, ' ^Tenders close 12 o'clock noon on WED- ( vr-n\Y 22nd Instant. ? ? . 1 .NEsD.U, -»UA...

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

Mr. W. C. Wockner, Toowoomba. Queensland, ?writes: 'Clianiberlaln'i3 Cough Remedy is an excellent Remedy. I have been suffering from a cold for tbn last two months and it ha3 effected a cure. It is a pleasure lor me to recommend It to anyone witlr a bad co'd.' This is the opinion of one of the oldest and most respect-si residents in Toowoomba, and has been voluntarily given in good faith that others might try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and. be benefited, ns he was. For sale by L. Edgley and Co. For Indigestion I Eating carelessly frequently causes stomach troubles, but careful eating will never right them. When your stomach is out of order It needs help which no food can supply. It must be thoroughly clc.-.nsed, settled, and strengthened. Food never docs this, it will only aggravate the trouble. are the greatest corrective medicine human skill ever compounded. Don't I attempt to cure yourself by dieting; I you will half-starve and get little or no benefit. Give Bcccham's Pills a , c...

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

183 HOWICK STREET Boot and Shoe Importer, None but Reliable Goods Stockek. Values Unequalled. See Our Special Line of Gent's Glace Lace or Button (H.uid-sowu. Welted, I'lsiin Too or Patent Cap) ? Boots at 12s 6cl Can't B Beat. 15 per cent. Discount Every Thursday, or 3s in every pound spent refunded on Thursday's ouly. a. hThart Hairdresser and Tobacconist, HAS taken over the Premises be tween the Grand and Royal Hotels, lately occupied by Mr. E. Misic, after being in charge of the flair dressiDg Saloon during the past eigh jears it: connection with the busines carried on successively by Messrs. Tessi mond, Stapleton, and Briggs, and hopes by strict attention to business to u»«-rit a fair ihare of puolic patronace. NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. Mrs. A. E. Gibson, 75 Holterman-St North Sydney, N.S.W., writes:— 'My father and. I liave taken Dt. Sheldon's Digestive TabuJes. Beforo taking thorn wo were afraid, to eat, but now we can eat wqIi, without any ill effects after wards. We cannot praise...

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

Chamberlain's Stomach and T,|TnP Tablets are purely vegetable and .On. tain no ingredient that can in any way te injurious to the most; delicate ner fon. Their action is mild anil gentle without any of the painful sensatlona experienced by the use of p;i:s. Cham berlain's Stomach and Llvor Tablets act as a tonic, strengthen ihe system and assist the natural movement o? the bowels. For sale by L. Edgley and Co, WANTED for NynganTcOMPETENT GENERAL for light place iZ . COBAR HEIGHTS. ' Ppl) WANTED by CompotentTvomSrw* tion, Cook, General, Good Laundress Open to 21st instant. Ap^ly M.A., ' TIMES'' WaNTKD TO HDY, Pair SouiuTsw GALLOWAYS, broken y.iddle nnd HnrncPS. bull particulars mid price in writ ing only to 0. M. MILLER, 140 Lambert. street, Bathurec. A 'MEETING of the Committee of the J\. HOSPITAL BALL will bo held in the TOWN HALL, on THUK.SDaY °, INSTANT, at 3.30 pm. ' '3 EGLINTON I'arentb and Citize'nV~7^ elation. —A Concert in connection with the above will bt held on WEDNESDAY ...

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