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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

Of Queen Elizabeth wo read ! ' ' ' Cold made that monarch croak.' To sav-Tthe queen- from catching one, S^r Walter, spoilt his cloak But had she ruled us now, you know, ' For very trilling payment,, A bottle of Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Would save poor Raleigh's raiment.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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Federal Parliament. YESTERDAY'S WORK. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

; Federal Parliament.' j lESTEKDAY'S WOIIK. Melbourne, Wednesday. I In the :-House of Representatives, Sir John Forrest, ,in , reply'' to : Mr. Crouch, , said the Constitutfon gave the Commonwealth no authority to. take aver Municipal debts,: . unlesfe these were : owned- by. the State. . I Mr. Deakin- stated that crosses in tened tor Australian soldiers' 'graves, found, in:; a blacksmith's shop !in South A.frica were -duplicates, 'and were ren dered ; unnecessary by a Britieh oincer having pjacedferosses on some graves. No grave wa6 ' iiow left unmarked. , 'Mr. Hughes moved that the Spealc ei' ® ruling, of the previous day on tho w,i ui-. iub stanuing; ui^aers b'e, disagreetl with. In supporting his resolution, he came into frequent col lision, with -the chair.- - . After' a long discussion, the motion ' was closured, and then negatived by 37 : votes to .25. Tho.- debate : on the Constitution Am endment Bill was. continued by Messrs.. Spruce and Sampson: :

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GABLE NEWS. The Pole. RECEPTION OF DR. COOK. MOBBED BY THOUSANDS OF ADMIRERS. London. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

CABLE NEWS, j The Pole. RECEPTION OF DR. COOK. MOBBED BY THOUSANDS OF . I ...... ADMIRERS. ; London. Wednesdav. .Two. thousand members of the Arc-' tic Club and other public ^bodies were aboard, excursion. steamers which went out to meet Dr.,.Cocok:, on ' his arrival at New York. r ' On the pier there were fully live thousand people. t ' , ' ?Dr.: Cook: was received wit.T tumul tuous .cheers, and almost mobbed by the. frantic. Arn-or icons, who - wished to show, their ap ii-ac'ationS-pf : liis ; dash to the North Pnlr- x ' * In tho end 'the .. 'police had 'to res cue „ the - explorer from - the apprecia tive but wild thousands or people who wished to shake .hands with him;. . As Dr. .Coolc -drove away hundreds ?of-, motor, cars and: carriages followed, and for five miles the- people ^cheered the popular^ hero right up to Brooklyn, i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

'Sohin ('? lc* So1lt,i Isis, Q., says: lir ,? Ume ago, while cane cutting for ttcj-- nfTo0E D°olhi, I had: a(severe at S( V., andt Diarrhoea. I got ' ll Oid ne from the Cfhemist but i any,.,'10 110 good. A friend of mine Clioie '' 11,0 to toy Chamberlain's Cplic, am Diarrhoea Remedy, a net I a fClv ',*e tllat 1 did, Tor after taking aud Waq 1 had entirely recovered «ale i,Y , j-0T work next ilay.' For ^ L. Edlgley, ana Co. ^ ? ?

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JAPANESE SILK. £20,000 WORTH JUST LANDED. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

JAPANESE SILK, i20,°°0 WORTH JUST LANDED. S,. Sydney, Wednesday. - j. ''fipaneso mail steamor Nikko ln ruj arrived in Sydney this ot 'j ngl I'ad on hoard £20,000 worth s lc for Australian ports.

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THE BARRIER TROUBLE. PETITION FOR PRISONERS' RELEASE. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

? the BARRIER TROUBLE.' (PETITION FOR PRISONERS' RE LEASE. Sydney, Wednesday. . I ' a colossal petition, bearing 50,000 j 'signatures, was presented to the Pre-j \ Eier to-day, praying for the release of j Holland, May, and Stokes, in' connec tion with the 'late' trouble at Broken -? ? T„W I In tho Assembly _ to-night, Mr. Fitz patrick asked that lin view ot the rmct that to member for Sturt bad been permitted to withdraw his motion cen suring Mr. Justice Pring on' the iface ot the sentence which., had' been im posed upon Holland at Albury, will lie eite consideration to the question of tb'e early release- Of Holland. ? The Prime Minister, in reply, said ihe petition in regard to tills matter hail been presented to him to-day, and voiilil receive early consideration. ,

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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH THE DEADLY MOTOR. SMITH COMMITTED FOR TRIAL OF FARMER MARTIN. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

MEWS BY TELEGRAPH rl?roiii Now South Wales Country I t lJros» AaaociiifciQtil' ? ___ ? I T1IE DEADLY 3I0T011. gillTJI COMMITTED FOR TRIAL j-iJVEA'ni OP FARMER MARTIN. ( ? Sydney,' -Wednesday. ? Tho iiinuost concerning the death of Alexander Martin, 58, farmer ol vines, near Lithgow, wlio died,' from result or being knocked- down by motor car owned by Dr._Foreman, in Georgl-streec, last week, was- con cluded to-day. ? _ ' After longmy cvluc-'', — ? ? ,„„nd Martin was knocked down by a tor car, carelessly '. and:. negligently liven by Thomas Smith, and lie.fur ler found thai the car was being' dri ven at an excessive speed. . ! \ He committed Smith foi trial on a charge of manslaughter, bail ( being ??allowed. - 1 . ~ t

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ORANGE CONTINUATION CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

ORANGE CONTINUATION CLASSES ' At. a meeting' of thfj comiait^0 the Orange Parents aud Citteeus J - sociatipn held 'at Orange on 1 ' i(,|, night last, some discission to0' ' in regard to, the establislinien 0 .i ? j.,... Tf was pomu LlllUclUUlt U^aOBUO. *v ? roc to out -that a continuation school « commence at Bathurst, . and ,. jcn{ consequence,' Mr. Longniuir, 1®', master at our local Teclinica 'j who AVas to liavo 'taken c'ial^cu]tulai proposed chemistry and agi c classes at Orange, would be do so this, year.- The time ^ ^ iWgmuir Avas fully taken up ? ( the establishment of t|ie c'asse. ^ ^ havo -.'to bo postponed ti ' n,,. 1-Iad a start,; been made * classes they would have, no gone, along well; but ? inlg(ry as'i it. tho formation of tue ](, .,)C and agricultural ^classes doomed for this', year.

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OUR WOMENFOLK. SHOCKING NEGLECT AND POVERTY THE HINDU AND THE SYRIAN. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

OUR WOMENFOLK. SHOCKING NEGLECT AND POVERTY THE HINDU AND THE SYRIAN. Sydney, Wednesday. A shocking case of neglect and po verty has been revealed near Albury. | Three girls, 15%, 13%, and 11 years | oM respectively, were found' living in tamrket in one room of a dwelling U I)!' D by 10 feet, built of boards and bags. Besides the three girls, the mother and brother, aged 1G, and father when at home, lived in this place.' . Tlie furniture consisted of two stools a 'able and box, two bedsteads with 311 old, filthy mattress, the ? co veiling insisting of old clothing, rags and bags. The mother earned 5s a : week, the '0I1 earned 12s Gd, but only gave his nether us for his board and washing. ''e father earned 10s a week, all ot which, lie spent on drink. When l|ie inspector of the' State Children's Department visited the place, the three 8'r's wore running about: the ? bush Villi. TliR Jiolice gave evidence. , of tho. ^ locking habits of the girls .and the 'capacity of tho father and mo...

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SHAKE MARKET. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

I SHARE .MARKET. I i Sydney/Wednesday., Broken Hill Blocks 33/3. ' O.K. Copper 2/4 and 2/5. Uroken Hill Junction North, 31/. Broken Hill Blocks (terms (i weeks) 33/9 , ^ Broken Hill South'; paid, £3. Commercial Bank of Syuuey, £ 30 5s

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THE DEFENCE BILL. THE A.N.A. APPROVES. "BUSINESS MEN DIVIDED. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

I . THE DEFENCE: BILL. I THE A.N.A. APPROVES. I BUSINESS MEN DIVIDED. : : , Melbourne, Wednesday. .Speaking- of tlio Defence Bill, the , State Premier says 12 years -was ' too. long for military service, but , physi cal training was good.. The President o£ the A.N.A. approv ed generally ot the Bill. The opinion of business men is di vided. ? :V

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THE GAS TROUBLE. DIFFICULTY AMICABLY SETTLED. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

? . THE GAS TROUBLE. ? difficulty amicably settled. Sydney, Wednesday. I A Conference between the Directors of the North Sydney Gas Company and Ihe representatives, of the ' employees ias held last night, and as ,a result nofruther difficulty in connection with the gas prisis is likely .to arise..:.

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The Country. OBERON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

The Country. OBERON . A public meeting Avas held 4n iir, Freer's rooms : on Friday evening iiwt lor ithe object ot ro-orgauising thu Cricket . Club. . Mr. . Morton occupied the chair. The; treasurer, Mr- Smith, read a statement of accounts, wliicli howed that the finance had been Woll mamtained by the late club. Tue re. port and statement of accounts were adopted. The Chairman awarded two trophies, presented, by Messrs A. E. Freer and A: Morton for the best bat ting average, and the. highest score respectively^ The AWinners were Messrs. ,V. E. Smith and E. Lambert, both- of Avhoui suitably respoiuli'il. Following/ are the oilicers elected for me ciiauuis 7CU1. x.iu&xuuiJL, ^ Morton; Vicerl'residents, Messrs. A. Stevenson,, ,T. ^Doust, G. Ba'tcheldor, c. AV: Cunningham,' and J. Sewell, lmn. treasurer, Mr. V. E. Smith; hon. se cretary, Mr. E. Lambert. A good, strong worlciiiV committee wus also appointed. The subscription lee was fixed at 3s Gd, and the first practice is to be...

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THE GIFT OF HEALING. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

- THE GIFT OF HEALING. , (To tho Editor.) ? , ? Sir,— Mr. .v. Gunter's . ?, extraordinary healing powers . contin^s to be much discussed, and the fo;:uwnig extracts from an article by a cclebnted physi cian in- !tho ''Contemporary ,-RevioAvi'' for March seem to bear out Mr. Gun tor's contention that he cures disease and removes paiii by means of natural healing lorco . directed by his vital en orgy and emanating from his hands in invisible rays. Dr; T. A. S)chofield, in tho article referred to above, says : ''I behove there does exis$ a poAver or force' resident in some people which is called 'the gift of Inn' ire' I have known personally, 'of several',, people Avho appear to possess -.-some ;; such therapeutic force. '; I .had a very 'near relative dying of - rodeal; ; ulcer in the I , ? . i eye— a ternibly^ agonising ahoetiou-, for Avhoin no relief could bo foun,! save from one- '-who.' . pos-jtW-i iijt', power of healing. ller case beW wolj known to . tlie -prji.jiiiilQn, i ri(se...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. ^ ' Sydney, iWedaesda-. 40 trucks offered, 10 passed; maw Aveakor.1 ? Choice chaff 4/7 to 4/9; primo / 0 -1/4; medium to good, 3/G to Prime small bales lucerne ha-- ' ' large bales,.; 3/11 to 4/2. , Prime . lucerne ? chaff, 4/0. Prime dry yellow maize 3/7 tor' ' Potatoes, choice red skins, r'l t0 ' ' prime, G/ tp G/10; medium to t00 wli'te skins, 4/11 to 5/S. : j Chalf: From John Godlrej', B'?' 1 passed 3/2. { ^ Potatoesii'; Ex Bathurst, triicK 4G33, -28' 'bags 5s; IS bags 5/8. .Lucerne llay : From J. Muir. goolaV 4/G; F. C. Rolands', 3/10. -

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Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

Commercial. SUSSEX STKEET PRICES. - Sydney, AVednesday. AVheat, milling, old -1/10 and -l/iO'i per bushel; new 3/9 to 3/10. ' Flour £10 17s Gd to £11. Maize, .yellow 3/9; wlliite 3/9. , Baijley, A'ictorian. capp seed 3/2 to 3/3; feed 3/ per bushel. Oats, Tasmanian white, 2/5 to 2/C; choice 2/7; seed 1/11 to 2/. Bran ,£4 15s to' £5. Pollard, £4 15s to £5. i Oaten hay, [Victorian, .£3 15s. Choice South Australian prime, ? wlvoaten £4 5s to £4 10s; Victorian £4 to £4 5s; medium ,£ 3 5s; prime eaten £3 10s. Derrick straw, Tasmanian, £3 Cs. to £3 10s. ' Lucerne, ? Hunter River, new green l£,3 .5s to £4; old hay £4' to £4 10s. . fPbtart;oeS, 'New South .AViales, , i£i to £7. / ' -Victorian hrown Spanish, £o W' ',o £7 10s; Japanese £9 to £10 Butter, 108/ (choicest), seconds S2( to 92/; pastry 70/ to SO/. Cheese, prime loaf Gd j; local prime 'loaf Gd; goot) 6d to 5%d;. prune largo 5%d to Gd; special brand G%d to Sd. Bacon, prime 5d to SVid; llltclies, |7dl to 7V-d; middles Oci; special Ibra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

Ohambeilain's . St'omacli and Liver | Tablets are purely vegetable and .'on- 1 lain no ingredient that can in any. way, he injurious to the most delicate per son. Their action is mild anc|) gentle ?without any of th!e painful sensations' experienced by the use of Pills. Cliani- . beriain's Stomach and Liver Tablets | act as a' tonic, strengthen the system, | and assist the natural movement ot the bo\t«ls. Foe sale by L. BdfiSey and Co. J

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

? SERIOUS ACCIDENT. Oil '? Tuesday , afternoon last Mr.1 Joseph Cox, of Wheatlea, met with; a serious accident. He, with his , sons, was engaged cutting laths! with a cir cular* saw when a 'pifece of wood he was, holding split and the .thumb. of' his-. lefft hand was brought into' contact, with the saw. 1 Tne iiesn or ine.nano ;was. iuiu. away-'' and the thum1? bone speedily I ground to powder. . Wit-h all- possible speed Mr. Coxywas driven 'to town and ? his medical adviser determined' at once, t6famp'utate the thumb. -Mr.. Cox suff-, ered severely , from shock as .well asioss^ of blood, . but we are pleased to repo.rt that his condition yesterday was satis factory. ' _

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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

? 1 (To the Editor.) . , ' Sir,— Allow -me r.to ' assure Mr; Flana gan that- I will gladly; 'come out. in; the open' the moment that I make one unkind, personal remark about him;-.iin the meautime, as I have only a desire lor the public good and not lor per sonal notoriety, 1 will, unli ito Mr. Flan agan— still trust to argument and not to silly boasting aud- vulgar abuse, v; ,1 .accept Mr. Flanagan s assurance that he ? was -not nominated tor ' Muni cipal -honors last election; but . I re-, ?.collect that lie was .a much talked of aspirant Jior the :-Labor nomination. Wui tii.s iearless Democrat - kindly 111 torm the electors why he then; so ti morously withdrew his '-name, .frin^i .the voting list ot these -creatures oL his — the v. so-called, Labor League?, When a man of such 'fighting capabilities' retires so suddenly, surely there .must be a reason. Instead of wildly as serting that lie will' be at the top of the poll would it not be better for Mr. Flanagan to tell us why we sl...

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Correspondence. NORTH WARD ELECTION. To the Editor "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

Correspondence. -? ,1 NORTH WARD ELECTION. - (To tho Editor 'Tho Times.') , ' . Sir,. - Me . btepayer ' .belonga ' North' Ward, {vie hkee.lissen you litee talkee: Pseridee you this. chit. Suppose- you [ilint um I 'welly pleased. :,;Me,no votee labor— labor party too . muchee allee. same boxer. Wlia for labor party ' no p i c k u m . i e I li gen t m a n ? ? W h a for Fl a 11 agan'P No savec Flanagan. Top side Ligby I think. Wha for Misbee Gatlell nu -.stand. . Labor:' league too muchee foo. ? You savee. Missee Llubv rw. ^^nl „ All . — u.-ui yuiyngrt v^iiiuaill-'ll; , ^llllie .sain e him lib heali long ?.?. tiine:.'\C;hiLaman: walkee labor. plank but di'ianagan ncr can do. bavee? Goo bye,' FATPUK. ?

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