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SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. ' ' Seventy, eight trucks offered, 30 paaseiT.- ? Chaff choice 4/9, prime . 4/1 to 4/3, medium to good 3/5 to 3/9, inferior. 2/11 to 3/3. ' Prime small bales of lucerne ,4/U to 4/10; prime large bal ?s 3/9 to 4/2. ; ! Second milling wheat 4'/9. Good cliickwlieat, 4/3%d. : Choice potatoes 7/ to' 7/7;'; prime! ,6/1 to G/2; medium to good V3 to 5/11; 'interior 3/1: Prime swed©. turnips 2/9 -pei( cv.t Lucerne 8iay l'rom' U. Clifton, Kolsof, passed 4/4. .? . i- ? r, ?'??? ,? Oaten hay from W. Jones, Newbridge passed at 4s. 5d.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

INMEMORlAM. WARD,— 1 In sad but loving memory of our | darling Lorna, who departed this life 22nd September, 1907. Aged 1 year and 10 months. Inserted by her sorrowing father and mother, F. and E. M. Ward. We mourn for you dear Lorna, But r.ot with outward show. For those who mourn sincerely, Mourn silently and low. W e watched her, liow we watched her, Through anxious night and day, And only turned from her To kneel to Heaven and pray. Father spare to us our dariing Our bleeding hearts would cry. Trust to me your little one, Was still the Lord's reply. JEjic gatliurst jlEtmxs. \VEDNESD^,^EPT.^2^~ lipoc^T^

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Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Commercial. ' SUSSEX: STREET PRICES.- ' ? ' 'H p| Sydney*. Tuesday. ; Wheat, ok' milling 4/10 to 4/11;' nm 3/5 to 3/10 per (bushel. , l'Uour £10 17s Gd to A: 11. ? Maize/ yellow 3/9; wjiito 3/9. Baijley, ? Victorian cape seed : 3/2 to 3/3; feed 3/ per bushol. ;-. ' ' Oats, . Tasnianian white, 2/5 to , 2/G;:, choice 2/7; seed 1/11' to 2/. ,? Bran .£4 15s to £5. : - Pollard, £4 15s to £5. ' Oaten hay, , Victorian, |£3 153. i' r',~i .Choice South Australian pijmc - wlveaten £4 5s to £4 10s; Victorian £4 to '£.4 5s; medium !£3 5s; p|rimo oaten £3 10s. : Derrick straw; Tasmanian1, .'£3 5s. to £3 los. Lucerne, Hunter 'River, new greea r£3 5s to £4;- old Bay '£4' to £i 10s.' ; fPotaltoeis, 'New South/ Wales, l£4j to '£7. ?? ?? ' :? Victorian brown Spanlsfl, '£5 10s '.o £7 10s;' Japanese £9 to '£10 .Butter, lOS/ (choicest), seconds S2/ to 92/; pastry 70/ ; to SO/. Cheese, prime loaf Gd';i. local prime loaf Gd; gooCj 5d to' 5y2d; prime Cargo 5%d to Gd: special brand G%d to Sd. Bacon, prime 5...

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Local and General. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Local and General, CORRESPONDENCE. A letter from a resident of Ortoii | Park is held over until to-morrow. j

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Our Sydney Letter SYDNEY, Sept. 20, 1909. GRAPHIC METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Our Sydney Letter (From our Correspondent.) ! SYDNEY, Sept. 20, 1909. ! . GRAPHIC METHODS. . : | The new device 'initiated by, ' the Federal Opposition is evoking much I interest.-. here.,-. It is bound to have a] certain . measure of success, and there fore to contain, valuable instruction for .al^ ? parties. The plan iis to take 'bio- ! graph films of 'Labour members in action.'' Instead of interesting sce nery, brutalising fights; aud silly comi calities, electors are to be given an opportunity of seeing 'our member' battling 011 their behalf,. They may see Mr. Webster, for instance, making his celebrated ten-hour speech. Probably, out. of deference to the undeveloped state of the spectators, who have not as yet acquired a pronounced taste for prolonged political oratory, the de liverance ' will bo shortened. But they will be able, in the portion submitted to them, to see the very motions of his mouth and face and to watch his varied expression; and gesture. . So with Mr. Hughes,...

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THE PROPER WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

THE PROPER WAY. ^peaking at Wyalong oa September 12th, the Right Rev. Dr. Canndge, of Bathurst, said that lie and the liomau Catholic Bishop of Bathurst were great friends, and it had been his ? aim through life to avoid causing friction between his people and those of other denominations. They should be like Oxford rowers, all dip oars together, and make a harmonious pull to get' the best out of their boats. ' '

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Tetanus. THE DISEASE IN BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Tetanus. ? THE DISEASE IN BATHURST. It is stated that there is no tetanus in lambs , in the Bathurst district. Un fortunately there is. One owner came to the ..? f'Times' office yesterday - and said: 'The' statement that it effects ewes rather than rams is correct. Out of, 200 lambs operated on 1 have lost four— ea:ch one a ewe.' Asked whether the claim that the- searing iron was- the cause, our informant said: 'I cannot think so. 1 used the knife. I operated on my lambs about a month ago, aud .five days ago the. first one died. 'Since then three others (all ewes) : have died. The symptoms werer the same in each case. The lamb becomes rigid. The legs are stretched- out, the mouth doses up tightly,-; all the muscles, are extended and ; istrain)ed, - 1 I am : sa|ljisfi'ed .that tetanus has made its appearance in Bathurst; and the sooner we admit it and -grapple with the trouble the bet ter. Yes, you may use my name — [not in tlie paper— but to any Govern ment official.' ? !? Acting'];...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

FOOTBALL. . '' ! i e fo|l°wing will represent) the Hairdressers and Tobacconists in the match- against Newbridge team on the Sports Ground this afternoon 'at 3 o'clock sharp: P. Kearney, P. and D. Dawson, J. Burnett, J. Rogers., D. Wil son, W.. Rogers, A. O'Connor, A. Shea,, J. Dawson, Fogarty, C. Tonkin, Ford, B. Hill, and' R. Delaney. Re serves: W. Johnson, S. Slocombq, A. Thompson, ,-H. Bryant, and J.: Howard.

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

(To tho Editor.) , ' i 'Sir;— To: show my feelings' against 1 the taking, of Brewers' and Whisky trophies for prizes at the Musical and Literary! Competitions, I enclose, my cheque for £10, and hope my example will be followed by all ? other. ..good men, who are prepared to .put their hands in their pockets and thus help to save the unfortunate. ,. slaves to drink. I practice what f preach aud that is why I . cheerfully give my £10 i hoping that others of equal sincerity will follow my example. It is actions like this which will down the brewers i and the whisky sellers. -Trusting. my example will show our 'temperance peoplt .liow to work, ... I am,, etc., EARNEST WORKER P.S.— In case the brewers should be up to some of their tricks, I have left the- cheque unsigned, so that it cannot 1 be diverted to the liquor trade. (Seemiugly. to make doubly sure, our -correspondent lias omitted to en close the unsigned cheque. — Editor). 1

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

THIS WEATHEr' The weather which prevailed in Ba thurst yesterday was quite wintry. During the. day 13 points of rain fell. Rain was also reported from the fol lowing stations: Forbes IS points, Hay G, Condobolin 2, and Bool igal 1. Fine and clear conditions were experienced at other places. forecast: 'Generally line, excepting clearing sliowers .on . S. . W. slopes; winds veering south, and rain affecting coastal ' and highland i districts within 24 hours; becoming i stormy on the coast. Yesterday's tem perature was: Maximum 02 degrees; minimum 37. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Mr. W. C. Wockner, Too-woombai. Queensland, 'wiMes: 'Cliamberiain't! Cough Remedy is an excellent Remedy. I (have been suffering from a cold for the last two months and! it has effected a cure. It is a pleasure for me to recommendi it to anyone with a bad co'd.' This -is the opinion of one of the oldest and most respectjd residents in Toowoomba, and lias been voluntarily given in good faith that others might try Chamberlain's Coimh Remedy and be benefited as he was. For sale by, L. Edgley and Co. 1 Isi« S $8 prtt | that it is the 'live' man who 'gets ^ there.' The man who never flags and [el iseveronthequivtve. He is perennially SJi [Ij alert and eajfer— and ioeka it I Why Is |js t i r*5 he cheery, so confident? Is lie immune [ from the overy-day little ills that upset fia I others so much? Not at all. Only, he W Is prompt in regard to himself as he is In i his business, he puts his finger on a w $} weakness at once, never letting a head ache or any othor ache, due to tempor« ^ arii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

f~ABRA HAM'S PILLs! ) (PURELY VEGETABLE.) / Remove* URIC ACID, f r , &' the cause of LIVER &KIDHEY TROUBLE, Wt£}M flRICIITS DISEASE iffa RHEUMATISM, The Oreat Blood / Purifier and S LIVER TONIC. |- CURES ( INDICESTIOH, K BILLIOOSNESS, K GIDDINESS, ) DYSPEPSIA. - jjj I'M Safe Remedy for Ladies. Sold Everywhere ( /] ' SOLE PROPRIETOR: / & \ ^ ARPAHAM 12 Victoria. Markets, } | O. -J. AOIv/lII/ilflj Qeorgro StV'SYDNEY. 3 r~~ ? R eBILING HMO j 1 SOMETHING MORE. | Most Ceilings, and walls also for that j R | matter, are a source of anxiety to the j H | householder, if not an actual menace — j | /£ flfllr c\ 1 they crack, discolour, and harbour all j ll »-A | kinds of undesirables. Not so those of I (j f\ I'M » A V M I I the Wunderlich Embossed Metal System. |*! } Vi A M 'j I They are PERMANENT, ARTISTIC, SAfil- K ;? »V | TARY, and FIRE-RESISTING. They pro- R : | tect and beautify, and are the ideal j E; | medium for interior decoration. ASK I I' THADK MARK | YOUR S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

The Bank of Australasia, (Incorporated by Rnval Charter, 1335.) Paid up capital .. .. £1, GOO, 000 lioservo Fund fof which £500,000 _ is invested in consuls at 80) £1,GG0,000 Reserve liability of Proprietors unper the Charter.. £1. GOO, 000 JC4,860,0;0 A BRANCH of this .Bank has been opened at BLAYNSY, New South Wales, for tho transaction of all ordinary Banking Busi ness under tho management of Mr. VV. N KELMAN. (Signed) C. R. COWPlflR, .. Superintendent. Melbourne, 4/9/'0B.

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Minimum Wage Act. WHAT IT MEANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Minimum Wage Act. I WHAT IT MEANS. The Department o£ Labour and In dustry desires that the attention of oc cupiers of workrooms, especially those in which females are employed, b-* specially directed to the provisions of the Minimum Wage Act, wheh came in to operation on the 1st January, 1909, uiiu apples to cue whole of the State of New South Wales. Under the Act no person coming within the definition o£ 'workman' or 'shop, assistant' shall be employed un less in receipt of at least 4s, irrespec tive of any amount earned as over time. ' . ; . 'Workman' means any person, male or female, employed at any handicraft, or in preparing or manufacturing anv article for trade or sale. A workman works overtime when he or she works more than 48 hours in any week, or after G o'clock in the evening of any working : day;:- and a shop assistant works overtime when he or she works nore than one half-hour after the the Early Closing Act. Where a workman or shop assistant, being a male under. 16 yea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Blood poison resulting from smal'/ wounds is becoming more prevalent. Even -so slight an injury as the scratch | of a pin will sometimes cause bloodj j poisoning. Tho safe way Is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm as soon as the Injury has been received. That lini ment prevents ail danger of bleod pois oning and causes the injury to heal in about one-third Uho time required by tho usual treatment. For sale by L. Edgley and Co.

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M. AND L. COMPETITIONS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

M. AND L. ''COMPETITIONS. (To tlie Editor.) ?Sir,— I shall be, glad ? if ? you will kindly insert the following mi your columns. .? I read with . pleasure - '-One Interesced's' letter, in your paper to day, to the effect that ?; there /had - been a discussion by the Musical and Liter ary Society's- committee as.-' to whe ther to accept the medals - offereA - for comiietition by a firm of brewers. One is glad to learn that there are some of the : committee wliovhave a bit of moral fibre -left in them and -dare to combat the acceptance of gifts from such quarters. It seemed to 'the man in the street' that the committee were unanimous in the acceptance ol'| the 'cups from .brewers, and while 1 thought that, I thought of suggesting through your Bathurst 'Times' col umns that the name of the Society v-/hould be changed ,to the Brewers' Aid Society for promoting musical knowledge. This seems the better de signation. The Committee, 1 vknow, have to raise awards to attract people to - compe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

/$yz-y j 'f. There's nothing so ^a-l f°r a cough' as coughing. ? yj^4|^ There's noth W mS S° good 7/ Ij y '-or a oough BS Ayer's lW Ohorry Pec Jm {JkAiu Whon you W/ J/ltfWi y havo a eonu / Wf / Iw// /////( \'V-'i / 'no col(i or a II I /life* ^ar-1 ™ IUs/8)'/-W or whon there w is inflamma. _ mation in the throat or lungs, then i you need iter's *€hem( &eetoral- It is a carefully prepared, accurately compounded medicine for all diseases of tlio tliroat and lungs. It contains strong and active ingredients, such as are extensively prescribed by tho medi cal profession. It is tho oldest, strong est, and best medicine for coughs and colds you can possibly buy. Accept no clioap and worthless sub stitute. Bo suro you get Ayor's Cherry Pectoral. It contains no narcotic or poison of any kind. Propared by Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. -p2is«siiaea^ginBesniBJcassraaay55Z32E*5a 1 B H I SPEAKING i f g» | Ea 6a Jj FROM 1 Is« J'BsrirawtwS' 'tetaasmBB | EXPERIENCE j I...

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

(To. the Editor.) fair,— It is perhaps as: well/to again | remind the; electors of North , Ward of the election which takes plaice on Sat urday next. Too often these bye-' elections are : overlooked, with the: re sult that 'Municipal. Institutions— as well as others of broader significance— frequently suffer, and men, totally un fit to hold positions o£ impoi'tanco, are elected as representatives . of the peoples In cjoimectioin with the. North Ward, election issues of con siderable importance are at stake, and because of this the ratepayers who have the interest of the Municipality 'at heart, should not allow, the onnortu-i nity to pass of electing to , the Council a man capable in every way of filling the honorable position of Alderman. At the present time there are before the Bathurst Cooncil several questions of the greatest importance to the fu ture, well-being of the Municipality, and in dealing with these the men in power need to possess keen business ability. As at present c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Result ''1 % OF SciEWGE f ijjj&r ' ' 'j 7*/ \ Bonningtons is a spccial process ffl'ftsTu *' -j ? \ for compounding Carrageen or Irish n': the. uinCi ) Moss (Chrondrus Crispus) obtained ? \ c - from the West Coast of Ireland. Y. IMPORT oisep?c-s ,^) ,v'' The Irish Moss in its crude state «3i2iE02!Ba:Ea='! lias many uses but it was left to that skilful chemist— George Bonuington— to so combine this ^ product with other ingredients to produce the splendid chest medicine known as — BONNiNCTON'S IRISH MOSS : TI113 remedy has a world wide reputation for the cure of I Coughs, Colds and Affections of the Chest, Throat and Lungs. It has been in constant use for upwards of 45 years. The most persistent cough will yield to its influence and be permanently cured. It has proved its worth to other people — I1 let it do so for you. PRICE— 1/6 & 2/6 PER BOTTLE SOLD EVERYWHERE. Spriig Show ! Spring Stow! Of the ? Latest Productions Of ? Fashionable Novelties At ? E.WEBB &CQ.'...

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Ea!ph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VI. '(Jood news, aunt Maria! I have just hail a telegram from Kalph. Tho Oz auia arrived at Liverpool early this morning, and Raipli ant'J iiis wil'e will t.e home to-night.' Another fortnight had gone over. ay.il.v liai'i mlurg'ed iint|q 'Augus'ty })liB l-.ay was 'gatherecL iu, tlie plums and peaches ripened on the walls, and alreauy !Tie ttelds were wimeuiiig: iu the harvest, wmcn promised tnat sum mer to be both early anil plentiful. i''oii ,'two on miiree days Uitve nad 'litien ;i.n-3iou^y| .expeuting the tele gram wnteii ivoma ten tier pi uuo iurival ot ,t;He steamer, auc1; now it had come, and she was in a wild state of excitement and delight. Mrs. (Woi Ellington looked' reprovingly at litir. \&,n 'I think this exuberant joy. is very iinb|ecomiiig and unseemingly Jn lyou, Olive, aiul very painful to me,' she said, talcing out ai han't'lcercihief with a deep black border and wiping |her eyes llgntiy. -i caire xorgei. it you ilo that , wit...

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