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AGRICULTURAL CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

I AGRICULTURAL CLASSES. Mr. G. F. Longmuir. B.A., resident master at the Bathurst Technical Col lege, Is to visit Orange to-day to con sult the secretary of the technical edu cational committee with reference to the establishment of classes for agri culture and chemistry.. Already IS names of students- have been submit ted'. ? The 'farmers of the district are very' anxious for the inauguration o£ such classes. . Within the last month four more' chemistry classes have been formed at the local technical College. I

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

. ' . IN SIEllOUlAM. PECK.— In sad. but loving memory of our dear Father, George Peck, who departed tills life, September 3rd, 19uS. ... ?' ' ' Gone, but liot Po'rgotten. We saw hfm suffering day 'by : day, It caused up bitter grie£ To see him slowly pine tyvay, . Aud could not say farewell; Not ? dead to us,, we 16ve lilm still. Not lost but gone before; He lives with us in memory still, And will' for evei-more ' Inserted by his 'ever-loving 'Son and Dnughter-in-Law, William.' - and Maude 'freck. ? ... ? j V; j;-,-. A*'-i')afnl'ul shock, a dreadful blow ' Oh,: father dear,' we; miss, you; bo vv,.-; Our loss is grea.t, we'll .not. complain, -13ut- trust; in'Gpd -tb)'me'etr'jigalii ' But, dearest father., swcelly rest. , They lrtiss'you mof£ I\VlioMloved you ».-best. ? t ? * ,tu w-.- , inserted by. his ever-loving Daughter and Son-in-L'uw, Lucy aud Amos ;Walker.'-,-' - . -.. , j i.'Sijc' iyears'.tiidvo ' passedj'our ' hearts are sore As time goes on we miss you more iour.iuving smile...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

THE WEATHEK. Cloudy, though fine and cold wea ther prevailed here yesterday. Sta tions reporting rain were: Rockley 3 points, Condobolin 4, Dubbo 2, Hill ?Rnrl r,. nnd Parkes and Orange 2. Fine and cloudy conditions were re ported from other centres. Forecast: Conditions uncertain; mostly fine on the Coast, but probably scattered showers west of the mountains; winds chiefly between S. and'W. | The tem perature for yesterday was: Maximum i r.O; minimum 29. .. '

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No-License. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

No-License. ^ We have repeatedly urged on -the advocates of the policy of No-License the desirableness of not aiming, at the impossible. There are many evils con nected with tho drink Lrallte 'which could well be attended to by those who are so earnest In their desire to bene llt their fellow meu.- In many places there are too uiauy hotels. Xn: other places ' the majority of the hotels are uimply low-drinking shops aud 'soriie imes den of. infamy. There are places which require the earnest attention of the advocates of. temperance. No mut ter what the ultimate end aimed at by Jie No-License people may be, there is inirely no reason' why they sliouid ne glect to assist 'others and ourselves lu making ,the': conditions o£ 11£u easier for the' mau whose oaly place ot refuge is the hotel. ' In our cables' last 'night reference was made to' the ? attempt .o introduce an amendment into the iSnglish Budget to nllou( grocers to sell quarter-bottles of whisky. One of the greatest curses to ^...

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MACHATTIE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

5TACHATT1E I'AItK. I Machattie Park is already a picture 'to look at. In six- weeks or two | months' time it will be at its best. jMnuy new, flower beds have been made where there were before only patch es of grass. Owing to the recent showers everything is fresh and green, j and by the summer the Park will bo i beautiful. All improvements are duo to the hard work «f the head gar dener, Mr. Lynch, ami his assistants.

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Closer Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

. Closer Settlement. The 'schein.i propounded by ? Mr. Jo'fiu Miller, \\i.L.A., lor Closer Set tlement, 'and pubiisLed in . yesterday's1 'limes,' was me talk of the town yes- j teruay. Mr. Milter may take our as surance, that friends and ' opponents 1 were alme unsparing in their ex pressions of appreciation and praise. In ... one. place, Quite a small crowd of people who did not , vote for Mr. Miller | last time, ? expressed ? the' ''outspoken ; opinion that 'there was more coin- . mou sense in Mr. Miller's scheme than in any other which had been placed . befqre the public.' It is only fail that Mr. Miller should know that the , time and consideration he has given to this matter has not been wasted; and it is only just to him that he should be able to feel that his labors have met with a hearty appreciation by liolh political sides. The re proaches which have been hurled at our member day aftor day and' -week after week have evidently not inter fered with the conscientious perform ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

Why H, 3 Bile Beans Succeeded ? Simply because of their unequalled curative properties. 1, People always prefer tho best — you! do yourself. A few years ago Bile Beans were stock ed only by a few of ,tlie leading cehmists; to-day eve!rjy meclicinc ven dor of note t|he whole worGd over stocks them, and they jare the most widely: ,uteed' family medicin'e. , Their J .introduction .'simply revolutionised the old method of pepsin, bismuth, or mercui-y dosing and of starving suff erers from liver trouble and indi gestion by placing them on liquid diet. Bile Beans do not give tem porary relief only, and leave' tiie patient weakened', like the out of date so-called remedies of forty or fifty yeiirs ago, ;containing iprobably aloes, mercury, and other harmful 'drugs. Bile Beans, without the slightest discomfort, prompt the liver and digestive organs to act in Nature's normal way, leaving those organs strengthened and stlimulait.ed. They produce a gentle action on the bowels, curing or preven...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

Chamberlain's Stomaak and Livor Tablets are purely vegetable and .'on lain no ingredient that can in any way; Ijo injurious to the most deiicata per son. Their action is mild and, gentlo without any of tho painful sensations ' experience:! by the ufc of P:i;s. Cham« berlaln's Stomach and lilvor Tablets act as a, tonic, strengthen the systom', and assist the natural movement of the bowels. For .-ale by L. Edgley and Co. A. M. II A It T Hairdresser and Tobacconist, HAS taken over the Premises be tween ihe Grand and Royal Hotels, lately occupied by Mr. E. Misic, after being in charge of the Hair dressiDg Saloon during the past eigh years in connection with the busines carried on successively by Messrs. Tessi mond, Stapleton, and Briggs, and hopes by slHct attention to business to toerit % f.iir ahare of puolic patronage. LAW FORMS ON SATjH AT THE ' TIMES' OFFICE,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

' W0(3L ^ ^ WHEAT ^Fat'' Stockl' Stock /BlOIEiS\ S^a*ion ^ lesmen Agents. REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF £ SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKIMS EVti-!V CONSIGNMENT RECEIVES THE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF OUR PRINCIPALS, V/HO SUPERVISE THE CATALOGUING, MAKE THE VALUATIONS AND CONDUCT THE SALES. s= ? =3 OFFICES and STORHS i CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. . CMS t ? lyColila. Asthma. Bronchlits ~ ' —' xf '*uo* ^f0U^'cs qu'ckly cured by Ya. WmmMim I balsah 1 I © OF I I mirnm I Of all Chemists n'^ Stores. tf~~~ DUG FOIUS ? — ON SALE ?Distinguished everywhere Delicacy of Flavour, Superi ,t Quality, ? and Highly Nutritive Proper t:es EPPS'S 'COCOA Is a Valuable Article of Diet and should be in every home. 'r T lriaiST upon .Ah Gates hade' by tolf THE Wfl& /~\ Mm A]1CH0R%^i!F£I1C£.^ o \ I' SclTlen ' Bourke losr his brood nw?^ — a f ?v , l&sTnifchr!' , , *=J ?* i^Seltlen ttell.ni.ydoesrirhe§erAgpod j AncHOR GATe fife tt\iyr_ ? [ Address : Lombard Chambers, 107 Pitt-st, Sydney. f I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

Mr. W. C. Wiockner,, Toowoomba, Que'enadand, wastes: 'Chamberlainla Cough Remedy is an ecsceltent Remedy. I have been Buffering from a cold for the last two months and; it has effecred a cure. It is a pleasure for me ta recommend it to anyone with a bad co d.' This is th# opinion of one of the eldest and most respect.jj residents in Toowcomba, and has been voluntarily given in good faitih that others might t:y Chamberlain's Cou^h Remedy and be benefued as he was. For sa'e by L. Edgley and Co. a i

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Eglinton Parents' and Citizens' association [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

j Eglinton Parents' and Citizens'* association The usual monthly meeting of the above Association was held last night, and despite the inclement weather, a fail- few were prsent; Mr. McGregor V.P. presiding. L.orresponaence'was re ? eiveu from Mr. J. Miller, M.L.A., and the Department of Public Instruction, notifying .that the Minister of Public instruction has approved of tenders be ing called for renovations to the Public School. A letter was also received from the Turon Shire Council, to the effect, that the Council had no- power to instal tiie pari system~of sanitation at the school. A unanimous vote of thanks was accorded Mr. Miller for his work in connection with the school. Accounts, ampunting to £1 !)s 6d, for articles for the school, consisting of a barometer, thermometer — maximum and minimum; a geographical globe, set of measures — 1 pint, 1 quart and one gal lon; and a set of stereoscopic views, were passed for payment. It was decided to hold the annual general meeting o...

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER I.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

Ralph Derrick's Message ; CHAPTER I.— (Continued.) ' I have my penitential moods all the same though I don't often air them beloie an ludience,' h^ said. 4 1 won't bore jou any more, Nina.' ' You don't bore me, On the con trary, I find you more amusing than usual,' Nina answered gravely, 'It is always interesting to be a student of human nature to study any new phrase of character, and, as you say, the part of the repentant sinner is new to you. But you look very hot and tired, Ralph Come in out of -the sun and rest, and I will mix you a cool drink.' Ralph entered the room, to which, in spite of its meagre furniture, Nina's cleyer fingers had imparted a certain air of comfort, almost of refinement. The table was already spread for tea, a bowl of flowers was placed in the centre, and there, were more flowers on the windowstll. Nina's , workbasket, gaily lined with crimson silk, stood or, a packing-case covered with pretty chintz in the corner. Nina drew forward a low hammock -chair a...

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NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

NORTH SYDNEY',' 'N.S.W. MJrs! A; E. Gibson, 75 Holterman-St North Sydney, N.S.W., ? writes:— 'My father and I have- taken Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Before taking tliem we were afraid teeat, but now we can eat woti, without any ill effects after wards. Wo cannot, ptraise them too highly, and we recommend them , to anyone suffering with indigestion.' Dr. Sheldono's Digestive Tabules aire an unequalled preparation for the cure Indigestion, anil all1 Stomach Troubles. ?Price, 2s Gd per tin. For sale every where.

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THE LONG ISLAND FIRE. HEROIC NUNS. CHILDREN DRAGGED FROM FLAMES. 200 LIVES SAVED. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

THE LONG ISLAND FIRE. HEROIC NUNS. . : CHILDREN DRAGGED FROM - FLAMES. , -.v 200 LIVES SAVED. London, Thursday. Ten deaths resulted from the fire at St. Malackyfa Home, Long Island, New York. Six hundred children escaned. The nuns literally dragged 200 out of the burning wing. One sister carried G5 babies from the smoke filled building, two in eavch arm, from the cots to the stairc'aye, whence four of the elder girls carried them to the yard.

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NEW RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

NEW HAIL WAYS. It wns notllied in the 'Government Gazette' of Wednesday last that it is the Government's intention to con struct a railway from Casino (Rich mond River) to Kyogle, 17Ms miles, and continue fiom Cowra to Canowln dra, another ZZy- miles. This notifi cation is the formal notice to land holders who might wish to lodge ob jections.

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FIRE IN RUSSIA. FIVE THOUSAND PEOPLE HOMELESS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

i FIR13 IN RUSSIA, five thousand people* home less. ' London, Thursday. «? are occurred at Kaivoirom, in Russ,a and destroyed 450 buildings, ^ve thousand people are homeless, 735 damase is estimated at £105,

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IMPROVEMENT IN COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

I.ni'KOVK.MKNT IN COAl.. In ills report at the .Municipal Coun cil on Wednesday night, Mr. A. J. Ambrose, manager o[ tho Corporation Gasworks, stated that the improve ment in the quality of the coal sup plied, was most noticeable.

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THE BUDGET. THE QUARTER BOTTLE OBJECTED TO. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

tHE BUDGET. I1E quarter bottle objected TO. 1 u„ London^ Thursday. low Z, V tteorge'3 Proposal to al tottip ,mum 01 one. Quarter quart in Senti \ iSky t0 be sold by Grocers groif M and IreIantl is exciting o'eat onnnoifj.v^ ? & catinne. a many communi members^ bp5n,g received by private to nrnt -? Partament urging them ?], os asainst the Introduction of we measure.

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THE DEADLY MOTOR. LORD DE CLIFFORD KILLED. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

the deadly Motor. ' ? J-ORD DE CLIFFORD KILLED. a . London, Thursday. ? cd i)i. ,lns 1110tQl' accident liappen kii'ig., ,™lch_ Lord de Clifford:, was lIorsiiaill .'V'ns in his m°tor near til inovit'i ou&t,ex- a collision seem cait. between the motor and a Tp f* Lordsi!.! t0 Bave the collision, his -]emv L(!PPlied 1110 braltes too sud *as L 71 the £esult that tlie car killed Ucd' and Lord As Clifford

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CABLE NEWS. A FRENCH BLUNDER. GOOD RESULTS OF BAD SHOOTING. CRUISER FIRES ON CRUISER. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

CABLE NEWS. A. FRENCH BLUNDER. fl00p RESULTS OF BAD SHOOTING. CRUISER FIRES ON CRUISER. T.nndcm. Thursday. During the practice by the NorUi lrnti ot tiie French Fleet o££ Qui ^i;ier Gloire, through an 1)°' ' . , ? ? ? firorl Rix shells crror in iUSU'UUUUU, ? „t another cruiser. ' one shell pierced the hull and ex loded, but the damage was slight.

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