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THE FEDERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

THE FEDERAL ELECTION.' ihe Orauge people, with a go and vim .for; which they deserve all ,'crqdltr, have organised their' Federal Election League-,- and are worjeing in the direc tion, of. sending in a candidate who will have,; the approval of the majority of tlie i electors. ; , .No 'selection1 lias'- been made,' anl cannot be made, ? until all tho : centres: 'are in. line. Bathurst -is one .o^th^e. centres, and our side will be probably nearly organised by the time the- elect/on is 'over. One candidate -for selection is in the field, .Jin A. C. O. Lane'.. .This gentleman was born in Bathurst t(at- Orton Park), was raised here, is a manufacturer ot very excel lent household articles in Orange; everyone knows him, and everyone knows-;his people, and there is nothing against him. It seems strange that Mr. Carr and. Mr. Lane both, came from stock engaged Iii the same line of busi ness; but,' as one mail' said, 'Carr chucked it, and1 Lane -lingered loving ly.'- Mi*. Lane's qualificatio...

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THE COMMONWEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

THE 'CO.MMO.\ WEALTH. ' Mr. George. Stephen Hay lias, Iiaen guzatted Divisional Return. ng Oilieer lor the District of Macquarie ..by tlio Department ot 'Home Affairs lor the Commonwealth of Australia.

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FOOLISH FLANAGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

FOOLISH FLANAGAN. .'jVVlieji '1 get into the ,council- ;l tlortt thinkSl ' wlll:'.turn round:.' land, -'.'deii'riye some' future' 'Advocate' ' or 'Times' cartoonist of his bread, and buttejr.Jiko a certain sheep and cattle king did jsoiije time' ago.' There are Several ways of becoming an-' alderman j but the' poorest way of atterai-ting'1{o become one is by deception;- Fool.'shi Flanagan evidently intends. to get in by deceit. The slieep and cattlc king re ferred to- never deprived any cartoonist of his bread and butter, and, as a mat ter o£. solid fact, never, did any: cai'7 toonlst - the slightest injury:. The cattlc king referred to has done moro for our tov.-n than almost anyoneVelSp, and '.no, one knows how often, his ,1^3 goes into his pocket in the cause .'of charity.- Mr. Flanagan, you liej'.fwlien you . made the above statement; ;and; if you didn't know you were lying -you were— er-^-extremely foolish, to pu't it mildly; ' ' '? ' The ? Scarlet Troubadours ' are coming 7

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A CASE OF DIGAMY AT THE POLICE COURT YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

A CASE OF BIGAMY AT Till-; POLICE COURT YESTERDAY.: Nellie Maud Mury Whiffen,, 28, .was charged tliat siie^ did, at Sylnoy, 011 June 1st, l'JO-l, marry Herber, 'Heni-y Lewis Whiffen, and whilst so 'married dldi on- Jue lGth last, at Buthurst, marry Denis Mullins, the first husbatid then 'being alive. The case ? was; | ve- in a n'ded till' Friday' next, and bail' al- lowed on a* surely, being found. i-t.-W .-

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RABBIT POISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

RABBIT poison. Out -Molong way recently a land owner distributed rabbit |-c ison in one of Ills ]-addocks, but Instead of tne pests falling victims to the baits, for-! ty of his own sheep succumbed ! through eating them. This ' shows' clearly that not only is bird life in- j terfered with when poison is laid lor' rabbits, but sheep are also destroyed. ? A scheme tor the destruction of the pests is wanted which will' not harm | any other, animals less destructive, j The Scarlet Troubadours are coining.!

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The Channel Flight COMMENTS ON M. BLERIOT'S VICTORY. NOT ONLY FOR WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

The Channel Flight COMMENTS ON M. BLERIOT'g victory.. NOT ONLY FOR WAR. ' We fear tlie nations of the world will hot give up building dreadnoughts be cause one or two men can fly through the air. For the present, we may con tent ourselves with thinking of the ad vantage of sailing through the air at about double the pace of the very fast est steamer, and skimm'.ng over whole continents without dust, confusion, or examination o£ baggage at the- fron tier! — 'Daily News.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

TO STAXD I1IIS SEASON AT GLEN ELGIN AND DURAMANA AND TRAVEL. THE SURROUND ING DISTRICTS. Tho Highly Bred Clydesdale Stallion HERO. Bay; foaled December 3rd, 190G. Bred by Mr. T. Ryan, Pitt Town, Windsor. SIRE.— The Sirdar (imp.), by Herd Laddie. DAM. — Smiler, by Lord jLyon, (twice champion at Royal Show,' Melbourne, and once at Sydney). Grand Dam — Blossom, by Young Davie by Davie (imp.). G. Grand Dam, — Bonnie by Gallant Scotchman, (iptm.). IThe Sirdar took first prize at the Hawltesbury Show 1906-1907, first and champion Nepean Show 1907, and Uiird Royal Show, Sydney, 190C. FEE £2 2s. . Reduction for two or more mans the property of the same owner. Season commences Oct- 1st and . ends 21st December 1909, when all mares should be paid for and remov ed. Good eecure paddocks, with plenty of grass and water, but no re sponsibility. W. T. BULLOCK. Stony Creek, Duramana. THE SUFFOLK PUNCH STALLION. JBRIGADIEB Will serve a limited number oj mare* at BLACKDOWN and travel the ,.t L Distri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

IUSaham's pills'' / ( PURELY VEGETABLE.) I [ Removes ' URIC ACID, I the cause of LIVER & KIDNEY ; TROUBLE, BRICHT'S DISEASE COUT, RHEUMATISM, &c. [?] The Oreat Blood - Purifier and S LIVER TONIC. |) CURES \ IHDICESTIOH, \ BiLLIOUSNESS, 1 GIDDINESS, ) DYSPEPSIA. - 1 1 Tat Safe Remedy for Ladies. Sold Everywhere ( /I t }l SOLE PROPRIETOR: « § I ^ AKPAHAM 12 VSetorla,wlarkets« ; ? U. -3# ADKAIlAiTlj George StV'SYDWEY. ? J R ©EILIKG HNO j 1 SOMETHING MORE. ! ' TKA^^URK ' Most Ceilings, and walls also for that | ' matter, are a source of anxiety to the 8 ' householder, if not an actual menace — jj ' they crack, discolour, and harbour all | j kinds of undesirables. Not so those of i !the Wunderlich Embossed Metal System. 8 ' They are PERMANENT, ARTISTIC, SflNI- 8 TARY, and FIRE-RESISTING. They pro- | I tect and beautify, and are the ideal jj medium for interior decoration. ASK 1 YOUR STOREKEEPER FOR PARTICULARS. | WUNDERLICH, LIMITED. I Postal Address : SYDNEY SHOW ROOMS :...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

Wifj ^ Oi Vi| - ^ .I i m i ffV:,., - x .' CUTICURA SOAP In the treatment of affec tions of the skin and scalp, which torture, dis figure, itch, burn, scale and destroy the hair, as well as for preserving and purifying the com plexion, hands and hair, Cuticura; Soap and Cuti cura Ointment are well nigh infallible. throughout the wortrt. TVpot*t T.on 27. CJurtfrnon** *?-?».: P:ir*s, r. K::* tie J.v . i* ?'?; K. T^-.trs / t»v. Hvtfrvy: I ;. i. i». K. Paul, Cnlrr.itn; Chinn. Unnc lvnnt: Uf.i? ?;--.: .fti'trr. ? Staruv.i. l.to.. Tofcuv *»o. Ar-i.'i. l.r-nu-Vi, Ijirt.; Town, plr.; UAAy I-r::r fh'-a, Corp., Sole I'roprf., 135 CoIu:mV;i r.r3?-n*co I'uilruM P.ook. post-frfr, plvtns ,1* ?.:»? umont io«»l ftjrr of torturing, iimnour* of liu* kKln anil sralp. 'uLlic gntliurst uLtmcs. TUESDAY, oE^i'. 21, lyoy.

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Wet Blanket. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

Wet Blanket. - - - i ? ? (Contributed.) here Is naturally suggested to many minds by the above title the idea of a party of 'campers-out,' who. have gone through the trying experiences of a pouring .wet night in the bush, and for will oil Liiey ii ad not made the usual foresighted arrangements for water proof covering. Starting out, perhaps^ for a tv/.o or three days' holiday, on pleasure bent, and hoping to find it in this peculiar way, which has such an attraction for our Australian youth, of camx)ing out, they have be^n fun of eager anticipations and the exuberant spirits of the young, and have manfully resisted the : inclination to grumble when, as .the shades of evening began to fall, a few ominous drops have made them hurry up' to get in their supply of wood for the night, pitch their tents, and put on the ever-welcome 'billy.' But the drons have steariilv ini-rpncnH in quantity, and the night sets in with a ceaseless downpour, which pene trates into the innermost recesses of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

' \ '// Tller0's noting so- ' bad for a cough '/? \'//// There's noth w4/ DS s0 g00d * 11 a cou&k v V as ^-y01'8 }\'l clierry r00' / sfy/' ' ^r'10n y°u YW/I /A J lvo a genu' /ml Wz/ifl/AW \ 0 coItl or a II fl /(\ J,ard C01'ghi orivllonthcr0 'Wgfi'' is inflamma mation in the throat or lungs, then I you neod liter's *CheiTi( 9eQtoml. It is a carefully prepared, accurately compounded modicino for all diseases of the throat and lungs. It contains strong and active ingredients, such as aro extensively proscribed by tho modi cal profession. It is tho oldest, strong est, and best medicine for coughs and colds you can possibly buy. Accept no cheap and worthless sub stitute. Bo sure you get Ayor's Cherry Pectoral. It contains no narcotic or poison of any kind. Proparacl by Dr. J. C. Ayer Sl Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S, A, feci 8 T B B SPEAKI1MG H B' |» | FROM f EXPERIEN CE The DOCTOR: 'Ah I yes, restless and feverish. Give him a Steed man's Powder and he will soon be all right.' Steedma...

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A FRESH WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

AFRESH WARNING. While , everyone of us congratulate M. ;Bleriot on his success; and while we all 'appreciate the friendly feeling nbw existing in France, still further itrengtheiied as it is by such events, there can be no doubt that this llisrlit over the Channel carries with it a fresh warning, of possible danger, a danger about which our military authorities are only just beginning: to think seriously. — Lord Montagu, in the 'Car.' . I ? — : ? ? ? ? ? I

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HORSE KILLED. MAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

IIORSE KILLED. ; MAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. Sydney, Monday. A man was committed for trial at | Narrabri to-day -for maliciously ?? kil- 1 lirig a draught horse. i

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DETECTING MARGARINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

DETECTING MARGARINE. At the Co-operative Conference '-ln Sydney last week various .suggestions were made for freeing the dairy far mer from the alleged unfair ' competi tion of the margarine .-manufacturer. Conference demonstrated without a doubt that. the substitute r.was made to resemble butter .so: closely that even exports could be[ deceived.. ., A tray was produced, on which W^re'laid .put-ilve. I pats of butter and margarine. Four members of Parliament, representing dairying industries, and 'one member ilargely interested in: dairying, were asked to point out which :were marga rine and which were, butter. The.; three senses, taste, sight, and smell, were requisitioned, but all; in ,vain. Not one of the' rive could point out tlie lumps of margarine. Some' of them se lected one of each, and classed the two us margarine. But they -need not. have: felt disheartened at their ' icnorance. Tjie manager of the largest factory 'in. Australia placed his -finger on a;- par- ticularly cle...

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SLY GROG SELLING. NOT OUR TEDDY. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

. SLY GROG SELLING. NOT OUR TEDDY. ?Sydney, Monday. At the Police ' Court to-day Edward Nathan was fined £100 for sly grog selling in the City.

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THE SCARLET TROUBADOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

^ THE SCARLET TROUBADOURS. A season of tiie famous . 'Scarlet Troubadours,' under the direction of Mi'. Edward Branstombe, will open in Bathurst 011 September 29tli and 30tli. i'he Troubadours are nine In number, s.ix genttemetn and .three .ladles, amongst thein being two late members, of the famous London Meister Glee Singers. The fact that they are un der the direction of Mr. Edward BVans combo is sufficient guarantee that 'their performances,, will be both artistic- and refined. The Company lias been per forming to crowded and enthusiastic audiences everywhere,; in ' consequence of wliich their visits to all the Metro politan centres have had to be pro longed, while the' provincial e towns were, also revisited. Since the Trou badours' last visit- to Australia' tlie Company have been supplemented 'by' the addition of Miss Gertrude Parker, late principal soubrette with Mr. Geo. Edwards' London Companies, and -Mr.' Claude Leplnstrier, a 'skelKh and smoke picture artist in the front ...

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OBIT. DIRECTOR DAVID JONES LTD. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

OBIT. DIRECTOR DAVID JONES LTD. Svdnev. Mondav. ? John J. Thompson; senr., a director of David Jones, Ltd., died at his resi dence, Ashfield, this morning aged 02.

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SERIOUS ASSAULT. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

SERIOUS ASSAULT. Sydney, Monday. - At the Criminal Court to-day, Fran cis Byrnes, found, guilty of assaulting ! a girl under the age of 14 years, was! sentenced to G years' penal servitude. I

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THE ASHES. HOW OUR MEN RETURN. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

THE ashes. HOW OUR MEN TfWTTiRN. London, Monday. I I. Members of the Australian picket team will not return all to s ier. Trumper is returning by the ^amer Macedonia, which leaves Lon I -rrauwr .sum, ivincanuuy win e urn bv the Moldavia, which loaves » ^Member 24th. Ransford, Mc sud wi ? 15:1111 Sfle-V- Carkoek, Carter, till ' return by the Orsova ii,l' leavi!S on October 15th, and leav 'l ves ^y the Otranto, which i. ® 011 October 1st. : Noble, Cotter, ts i/0'6, Hopkins, and Laver leave Avir r on October Sth, to 5 'll'.Yia Singatiore.

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

. FOOTBALL.: If the Bakers agree to meet the Bar bers — under their own conditions and terms — the match would be the sensa tlon'of the season, ft would attract a tremendous gate, and we have been informed that so keen is\thc public -In- terest- on this point that Mr. Harry Crago — one of -the';- leading exponents of the game — will be willing to bold. the whistle if both sides are agree able. It will be a pity 'If these two great teams cannot be, .brought to gether. .? . 1 The Scarlet Troubadours aro coming !

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