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COMMERCE CONGRESS. PRESS OPINION. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909
COMMERCE CONGRESS. PRESS OPINION! London, Monday. I! 'The Times' says that the proeeed lus of the Congress of the Chambers i of Commerce in Sydney, deserve the thoughtful attention of. every respon se Englishman aud showed : the ^ ur gent and repeated demand which had fen put forward by the' commercial representatives of The Empire for a consolidation of British trade by means of reciprocal preference deserved some attention at the hands of the Home Government, and claims that, this ac ton cannot be indefinitely postponed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909
Blood poison resulting' from small wounds is becoming more prevalent. Even so slight an injury as the scratch of a pin wiil sometimes cause hloodi poisoning. The sale way is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm as «oon n« Mic injury has been received. That lini ment prevents all danger of hlcod pois oning and causes the Injury to heal In about one-third tlhe time required by the usual treatment. ' For Baie by I* Edgley ana Co. t , .
Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909
Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. : Svrtnev. Afnm''.iY. . Wheat, olc'l milling 4/10 to 4/11;; IKw; 3/9 lb 3/10 por 'CbmEel. Flour' £10 17s Gd to dill. Maize, yellow 3/9; white 3/9. Baijley, Victorian capp seed 3/2 io 3/3; feed 3/ per bushel. Oats, Tasmanlan w.hlte, 2/5 to 2/G; choice 2/7; seed 1/11 to 2/. Bran ,£4 15s to £5. I Pollard. £4 15s to £5. 1 Oaten Kay', .Victorian, i£! ICa, ' r''- Choice South Australian prime twlveaten £4 5s to £4 10s; Victorian '£?! to '£4 5s; medium ;£3 5s; p'rhno oaten £3 10s. Dorrlck straw, Tasmaniair, '£3 Os. to '£3 10s. Euce'rna, Hunter River, now green: tJt.3 5B to '£4? old Hay, '£?! to M? , /Potatoes, Now South: .Wtales, i|£-t to -£7. Onions VIcKoHan' brown Spanish' f£5 10s to ~£7;' Japanese £9 to '£'?) 10s. Butter, 108/ (choicest)', seconds S V to 92/; pastry 70/ to, SO/. Cheese, primo loaf Gd'; local prime loaf Cd; goocf 0d to 6 prirao wrgo 5%d to Gd: special brand fi%d to Sd. Bacon, prime 5d to 8%d: flitchcs. 701 to 7%dr middles 3d; special bra...
The German Dreadnought. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909
The German Dreadnought. ' The Berlin correspondent of the 'Daily Chronicle' reports that owing to a mistake in calculating the dis placement of tho Westfalen— Germany's first Dreadnought—the battleship was not able to sail down tiie Weser to the North Sea. The Westfaleu has, there fore, returned to Bremen, and it will probably be necessary to discharge her armaments before sho can reach tlie sea. And when this saur-iuauc Dreadnought battleship gets out of the Weser,' and has her guns and arma ments reshipped aud fixed, she couldn't carry coal enough to reach the Rock of Gibraltar, and yet she is built 'for the protection of Germany's foreign 'trade.' Bali! Germany's Dreadnoughts are intended for operations round the coast- of Great Britain, and for nothing else. If the Kaiser says otherwise ho is a ? ? — scholar and a gentleman— und a shuge of lagier bier. When tlie Germans take Australia the man who writes a par like this will be jugged so kuick .as nodings, aud there won't ho any ...
SDYNEY, PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909
SDYNEYi PRODUCE SALES. 1 Sydney, Jforuhy. ^ | Fifty seven trucl-3 offered; potatoc. down 10/ per ton'. . tn ' Choicb .chaff G/ to 7/;' primo w w G/2; medium to good 5/ to 0/S; ferlor 4/. ., Choico oaten '4/G to '4/9;' I'' to 4/2; good' 3/G to 3/10. Choice largo bales lueerno y , prime, 3/8 to 4/2; small bales -i/J.i inferior 2/2. Second milling wiliest 4/10. Lucerne from McICenztC, Waui' - 4/5. , Potatoes from Oales, Nowhrkjse, , wliite, 6/;' red, 6/5.
THE NORTH WARD ELECTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909
THE NORTH WARD ELECTION: ? . J,' (To the. Editor.) , Sir,f-Mr. Flanagan is apparently hurt. by my previous -'latter, but-'as/l, am not personally acquainted. with tlie gentleman, it follows that I have no feeling against him as an individual. I took particular care not to make a single . personal remark upon Ills char acter and history. If tlie electors of North Ward know him -as lie avers — it iwoul'dibe sheer supererogation on my ?part.' 5 Let 'me assure' 'Miv Flaiiiagan' tha^;li's venomous attack on Mr. In nes*, is totally undeserved. He knew nothing of my letter. I am 110 cus tomer, of his, and ' .fortunately , I aiii.'unilware of ' the 'wontlerful in'spira Ition that ruin gives,' though I am wil ling to concede. that Mr. Flanagan may be an expert authority 011 that sub ject. : Mr. Flanagau recalls Mr. . In noss's: candidature at the last election aud disparages it; yet I fancy I have a recollection that Mr, Flanagau, was also nominated, and did not even go to tlio' poll. Will t...
IT CAN'T BE DONE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909
IT CAN'T BE DONE. . .' (To the.Edit.orO ' ., Sir,— Yesterday a. business man , in town said, 'Why. not, advocate a weir at Rankin's Bridge?'; lie asked tlie question in the presence of the.- wri- ter.':' 'The: Times'- -has. already ad vocated tills, but. it is impossible to find ? half-a-dozen men iii Bathurst to' go outside their own little, (paro chial duties. If anything is suggest ed for- the improvement of Bathurst — . it can't be done. . , If anything -is sug gested; for the increase of trade in Bathurst — it can't be.done..: ;It simply means: that unless some .life- ca.n be aroused, nothing can be done— in Ba thurst; : ' :j I am, etc., The MAN IN THE STREET.
THOSE MEDALS. (To the Editor. "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909
? THOSE -MEDALS. (To the Editor. 'The Times.'); ' - -'Sir,: — -A discussion took place at last -night's- meeting' of - our Musical and Literary Society with rogarcl to tho acceptance 'of 'a number of) medal? ?from, a ' 'well-known company of sehnappls manufacturers. Those wore, I have no .doubt, sent with tlie sole v'ew of receiving a fine advertise ment.; When trophies are sent in that) sp'irit— the business tepHrit— they should not bo accepted and alloted bs prizes to musical items in a musicail and Literary Competition. If trophies are forwarded from any business- Arm to a society like tfurs with tlie,, object . of assisting, then .they should most -r:ocldedly tb'o taken ftnd utilised and ifho 'donors ' thanked heartily. But no company should for ward 'mednls with' a -view of helping ihe 'Association wh'en ' advertisements aro stamped upon- them in large anrt oonsrflcivous let toning). Tllie Society would be' acting wisely, I t!hink, if they were to return the trophies to the- Co...
Railway Facilities. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909
, Railway Facilities. Mr. E. S. Twigg, who should know something of the position, writes in ti10 'S. M, Herald': — 'We are face to face with a- bad time.' The State as in creased her sheep from 22,000,000 to nearly 00,000,000 during the last fuw years. ^Besides supplying New South Wales and large quantities to the other States, the Homebiish Yards' selling ageuts state that they will have put be tween two and three million sheep through- their yards this year. My question is: -What number should go next year, including all exported? j venture to say fully 20,000,000 sheep and lambs should now be . killed and exported yearly. What preparation is this State making for such a great change? , Where are our railways, trucks, and our freezing works? is tlio Government, thinking tills great ques tion out in silence? Twelve years ago I travelled every town between Cowra aud the Murray, and then thought tlio climatic conditions any further north would be loo trying. Some weeks ago t travelle...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909
In 'summer whon tlife haB Is out. A goo -7/ catdiv ig the ball; Weil stopped? two hear tilio rteople sbout; WeH stopped cry ono arid all. ' ' '* In winter when bleak -winds cudttro ,/ ,Ai bad catch is a cold; W611 sioppef'! with.' Woods' Great Peppermint Cure! Wo^l stopped! cry young and oldl J
DRAFT ALLOWANCE ON WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909
DRAFT ALLOWANCE ON WOOL (From 'Sydney Daly. Telegraph,' ? V; ' -September. 1909. v At Friday's sittings of tho Commerce Congress in. Sydney; Mr. F. E. Winch jombc, - M.L.C. (Sydney) , moved,— 1. That it is desirable that the draft , . allowance of lib.' -per cwt. on wool should be abolished. 2. That . the . London Chamber of Com merce be -requested to communi crito with. IIig trade of France, Germany, Belgium, and the United States of America,' with a view to taking such, joint action as may be necessary to acliiove - the above object. After debate, an amendment was agreed to favoring the appointment oE a- conference of buyers and sellers to consider . the- ma'cter. I
Sydney Share Market. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909
Sydney Share Market. 1 i Sydney. Tnnminv Ml Commercial Banking Co., 01 Sydney !£30 5s. ' ! P.K- Copper, terms ; three months, . Mount David, 1/9 and; 1/10 *? J Gold Ilill, p(aid, 7/G. Broken Hill South, paW, diO- ten,,-. sik weeks, '-£U is. Gold Ilill, con., 7A ' ' Broken ilill . junctioQ jNartu l jr Broken Hill ' Junction; -u/o. ' \ ' '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909
There Is not a particle or opium or pther naircotic in CJiamberlMn'a Cough; Remedy, and .lev-- lias hoen since it was first offered to the public. It is as safe & medicine for a child, as for ah aduJt. This remedly is fam ous for its cures of colds and croup, and can always bo depended upon. F05 Ealo by, lu Edglejj and Cou .j.
HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909
IiOMEBUSI-I FAT STOCK SALES. ihe Pastoral and Finance Associa 1 tion report: — I About 32,000 Sheep aud lambs penned, ! the bulk of the supply consisting of good, and prime finality merino wethers and ewes. Buyers were inAfull attend ance, including Sydney Meat Preserv ing Co., and exporters operating freely The demand was strong, and market very firm, 'especially for good quality light; wethers, which met with-' good at tention from exporters, seemingly be ing class mostly required for . orders. Prime merino wethers from ISs, extra about 20s Gd, good from 15s 6d, me dium from 12s Gd; prime merino ewes from 14s Gd, extra about lGs, good. 12s, uiedium; from 9s ; Gd; vcrossbreds very scar'ce, worth ISs, extra over 20s, ewes about liis. -No shorn sheep forward. Owing to' the lateness of the sheop sales the market fori lambs had not opened at timo of writing (3 p.m.). 1G23 cattle yarded, including over 500 .from Queensland, the remainder principally from 'the ? north and west. The quali...
STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909
STOCK REPORT. Messrs; n, L«utler and Co. i report having sold the following -sheep, cattle, and horses privately and by auction Account of , Mr John Lee, Tuur., (iooo wethers to Mr. F. M. Hill, Blayney. Account Messrs. Keenan: Bros, and C. Williams 3000 wethers, 2300 fat sheep to Air. Grotefent. ? . ' Account Mr; Jos. Gox, 175 iambs. Account Messrs Lee and Co.; Larras Lake, Gou prime wethers. Account Mr. Horton, Boomey, Eudmr eena, Soo prime fat ewes and 2000 fat sheep through Sydney agents. Account Mr. James Freeman. xio fat lambs. Account Mr. Croaker, 2700 fat and store sheep; ' ? ' r-.. Account Mr. F. W. Wilks, Orange, 370 fat sheep, 200 ewes to Mr. W. I-Iunti Account various owners.— 40 bullocks to Mr. . Reymond, Forbes, 230 fat bullocks, thiough yards, 20 bullocks to Hon. Geo. Lee, 150 cattle, through Orange agents. ; 9 wo'kcrs to Mr. Larnach, ? 17 cattle to ; Mr. Pratley, 15 dairy cattle, account Mr. I-Iaivey, 2 irotting lilliesby Mambrino Abdallah. at 40 guineas, 3 draught ma...