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

. .. BARBERS v. BAICERS. . (To tlie Editor.) 'Sir,— I wnite this letter- in answer to one in Tuesday's issue of the 'i'imes,' written by 'A Baker.' AVhat a paltry excuse the writer made to the public in stating that the Bakers would not play us football again -for fear of ? having their 'heads, cut off when being shaved, for. beataing us. AVhat nonsense that is! The Bakers know ; they would be' beaten. They have the honor ot winning one game,, and they. ?mean' to cling to that honor. That Baker who is alraid ot his chin being cut -and his nerves shaken is the ' mail who, when he saw a Barber rushing him-in ^tlie mji-tch, fell to save himself from being thrown, and skin ned his ? own chin; when he. did tall. If the Barbers haven't neWes steady eiiougli to shave tlie Bakers' chins, .without- cutting them, we have nerves steady enough to forfeit our shops and positions 'if we fail to outclass the Bakers in another football match. AVe allowed the Bakers to win with a view of arranging a...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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MADE IN BATHURST. (To the Editor, "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

MADE IN BATHUR'ST. (To the Editor,1 'The Times.') ? Sir;— Your note' re the consuming of local products is good. J am a manu facturer myself. I wish people would give, every local manufacturer_a chance and wo could do better than we are doing now. I can tell you, sir, that many of our leading citizens, people who are well-to-do, and drawing big incomes every week, are sending to Sydneyl for' almost' .Jivei'ytliing they l-equiiV. with the exception.. ? of teef sfti.d niutfen ,aud bread. Is that fair to -dear old Bathurst? '1 say , no. But as you say, a good deal of the fault liesyTvith ourselves. Cannot we do something to nuike our people pa triotic? ? I am, etc., ILAIU) GliAl'T. (AV]e sympathise wj'.tli Hard GraCt and advise hiinj.to push out — hit out — sing out, about his manufactures. — Editor). ^ .

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

IN MEMORIAM. GORMAN. — In sad but loving remembrance of our dear daughter, Catherine, who died at Lithgow, September 23rd, 1908. Aged 20 years. Thy will be done. Inserted by her sorrowing parents, J. and ? Gorman. The Bathurst Times. THURSDAY, SEPT. 23 1909.

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Share Market, [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

Share Market, Bank of New South Wales, ^50 10s. Broken I-Iill Junction North, 31s. 4d., 31s. Gd., 31s. 7%d.. . Mount David, is. 9d. and- is. iod. O-K- Copper., 2s. 4d. : Broken Hill North, 88s. Broken Hill Junction, 6s. 5d. and- 6s. 4d. : Broken Hill South, con., ^,5 16s. , Broken Hill South, paid, £6 3s.

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Closer Settlement. MR. JOHN MILLER'S SCHEME. (To the Editor "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

Closer Settlement. ? MR. JOHN MILLER'S 'SCHEME. ' . ' (To the Editor 'The Times.'') Sir,— I read Mr. Miller's Closer Set tlement Scheme very caretully, and it 'seemed to carry force with it. Per haps it may not be perfect to ? those well up on Ills -matter, but I. could not find lault with it. At any rate, it must be worthy of some considera tion; The 'National Advocate' says, it is the advocate of Closer Settlement and yet. all it has to say about Mr. Miller's scheme is this: 'Next we Tind him saying iu the 'Ouse, 'I ani not barracking for my own district. There are one or two areas that are almost suitable for Closer Settlement, but the time has not yet arrived, or THE TIME IS NOT YET RIPE! Now lie brings forth once again his manifes to article, wlifch brings to our mind that ot all bad actors in the game of politics, the 'liberal and reformer'.' is the worst. On the theory that lie might fight the devil with fire, lie com monly sets going (to his own detri ment) a bigger fire tha...

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The Hospital. THE FINAL OF THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

The Hospital. TI-IE FINAL OF THE BALL. ? - 'A meeting of the committee of man agenient of the recent Hospital; .BaU was held at the Town Hall, in 'che. Mayor's -Room, yesterday atternoon. ? i-'Theret was-, a good attendance of la dies; 'and ;tlie'- meeting was, presided over -by .Mr. James- Rutherford/ Presi-. dent ot tlie l-Iospital. The Treasurer of the BaU 'Fund, Mr. C.'%L. Kendall; -read* the balance siieet, which! 1 showed : that' the institu tion 1 would benefit, through the .splen did; effort of the ladies ;of- Bathurst^ by Lhe, sum ot £127 Is 3d. The total receipts . wero\.£ 151- 6s 6d, .aud de ducting the1 total /expenses, £24 Is 3d (applause) this left them the -nett pro fit of £127 Is 3d. The treasurer explained that -'the member ' for the district, Mr. : John ; Miller, had provid ed 'the- programmes free -.of charge, and also , given two guineas towards the cost of the supplies nccessary for the . 'supper stable. : ? : Mr. Rutherford said lie was very pessimistic over 't...

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8-Hour Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

8-Hour Demonstration. The weekly meeting of the,, S-HpuJ Demonstration Committee was , held _a lhe Masonic Hall\ la?t . night- __Mr. H Purser, .vice-president, occupied the chair. /The Orange committee notified that Mr. W. Richards had been appoint ed their delegate t o the Demonstration. It was decided to' ask ..the Supennten dent to allow the police to heaa the procession and tp assist- on. the. ground. The Committee jintend to have one ol the best populac concerts on the-night ol the demonstrati'.'on. They have secured the services of f-ur leading local musical people and lyave : also engaged - M;ss Leah Myers /(contralto) and Mr. bid. Shipway (co'.nedian) , foi - tlie occasion The secretary reported that the entries all . round ', were coming in freely anp there was no room f to doubt EUC cess of tthe demonstration. The com mittee decided to offer the tea tent, (aud (ruit stall, to Mrs. Fred. Wood - rec of charge. ; The sale of rights will.be an nounced; next week. ,

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Pixie Ladies' College. ANNUAL PRIZE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

Pixie Ladies' College.' J, ' ANNUAL PRIZE LIST. | , Tlie pupils of the Pixie; Ladies*' Col lege and th'eir | friends ,assen^blcd, In large numbers -last - night,., at the'. iMa-1; some 1-Iall,: 011- tlie^occasiqn- .of vthe- an- nual prize distribution. ,, , ; I ?. ills Worship the -Mayor- (Alderman Kenny) , - presided; ;and'. amongst ip* the many .visitors presents 'were.- -the Ven. Archdeacon Oakes, Canon Thomp son, aud the Rev.- B. ,\J. Meek.u. r.i - .Tho Principal reported - as 'follows:, 'The year has .-been -pleasant and sue-: cessful.. :- The girls have . Ueen : very; I good, and worked well, 'and the health of the house girls 'lias becn- remark ably ? good. Untortunately, some of the : day girls lost thne through illness? in their homes, and three were them-.' selves ifl, but are all .well- now. ? There is great satisfaction in teach ing those who are anxious to learn, and many of the girls are enthusiastic abomt their work, and make good 'pro-; gress. At the beginning of the...

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Bathurst Dairying Company. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

Bathurst Dairying Company. I ANNUAL MEETING. I The eighth annual mpeting-.. of' the shareholders o£ the , Bathurst- Coope rativoi Dairying Company, Limited, was held in the lactorj^.j^sterday after noon. Miv W.! J. -IM'PhiHainy occupied the -elm ir ' Ten ni her shareholders were present. i: ' The annual report and bal ance-shee't; which was received ? . and adopted, read as follows: — ''Eighth annual report and balance sheet ot the Bathurst Co-operative Dairying Company, Limited, lor; vJjhe 'J*6ar , ending August 31st, 1909,^-'pre- sented by --tbe- directors t at ,-:the,,- annual meeting of shareholdrs, held , at the Factory, : Bent.nck-struet, . on ; Thurs-. day; September 23rd, at- 3 , p.m. Ladies and Gentlemen, —Your tlirec tors have pleasure,, in placing betore, you; their eighth annual- report .and. 6alaiice-slieet for year ending -August,1 31stj,' 1909, : and- again: report satistajc-, tory, results. , Owing to. the - bad season, there was; at decrease in , the suply - of! cre...

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Closer Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

Closer Settlement. An article appeared in our contem porary a wee It ago dealing with Mr..1 John Miller's Closer Settlement scheme. It is, a pity that such an article should liave beeu published. One can understand that It is not the policy of the 'Advocate' to boom Mr. Miller, aud we cannot bianiie them for hot doing so. At the same time 'The Advocate'' iias given a lot ot atten M011 to the question of Closer- Settle ment, and we are sure that quite a number of people would like to have had our contemporary deal with this matter seriously,- not for Mr. Miller's sake, but for the sake ot Bathurst. And both papers should have at least one cause where they pan work side by side — that cause being the advance ment of Bathurst anil district. 'The Times' has allowed Mr. Miller's scheme speak for itself. It seemed to us that it had many redeeming fea tures. Mr. Miller appeared to have gone carefully into the question .from every point o£ view, and many of his one-time opponents here have ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

AUBURN, VIC. William Lewis, 39 'Victoria-road, 'Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., writes:— 'Wo have found Dr. Sheldons* New Discov ery work3 wonders with our children. During the cold, winter months wr would not consider it r.a'e f-- ho with .- out it.' - DD. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and ColcllB is an unequalled preparation for tilie euro of all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. Price, la Cd and 3s per bottle. For Baie everywhere. _ . ..

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Local and General VERY NEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

Local anil Genera) VERY NEAT. ' ' The 'end ol'. the world ' spassed oft very quietly in Murwilluinbah on Wedr nestlay last, chronicles the local Herald.' ,

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

CHURCH OF EJi'GLAiYD-. The Bishop has issued the following pastoral letter: — Bishop's Court, Bathurst, August 7, 1909. My Dear Friends, — -.; The satisfactory result of the last pastorail letter encourages me again to address you in connection with our Diocesan Society, the total amount realised last year being £213 Ss lid, an increase of £2S 16s 3d over the pre-, lading year. . I trust, however, that you will not cease from .your earnest endeavours to aid this most valuable society, but ra ther, stimulated by the success which has: attended your efforts, do more than oyer ..to increase, its income, and thus encourage ail those who have the true interests of our church at heart. I, propose .to consider the months of Sep-, teinber; Oct'obov, and November as Fes-, tival months, during which I hope you. will secure an offertory in each church, in your parish or mission district, and 011 such Sundays read this letter and preach a special sermon setting forth claims of this society. I a...

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SKATER AND CYCLIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

SKATER AND CYCLIST. . W. -Eckard will be accompanied by J. Ford, the Bathurst cyclist, when , at tempting to- breakr the .record ol en durance skating . next .'.Thursday.- Ford will commence on. his bicycle 11 hours after; tlie 1 skater, and hopes : to- finish I at the same time; thus 'riding rfll'ty 1 hours

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are purely vegetable and .'on lain no ingredient that can In any way te Injurious to the most delicate per son. Their action is mild ancli gentle ?without any of tire painful sensations experienced by the use of Pills. Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets act as a tonic, strengthen the system', and assist the natural movement of the bowels. For sale by L. Edgfley^and Co.

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BATHURST LAND OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

BATHURST LAND OFFICE. = Great activity, was experienced to- j day at the- local land office, when there were between 20 aud 30 conflicting ap plications for 60CO acres set apart for original conditional -purchase - in : the parishes of Dulabreo and Turon, coun ty o£ Roxburgh, com, prising the whole of Palmer's Oakey temporary; com mon. It was Lhe busiest day in the oftf-ju for the past fifteen years.

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

MINING. ? - The sinking ot tlie new main shaft at the Green Swamp Copper Mine has been stopped for the time being. It is down 155 feet all the way through very hard, felsite rock, and putting it down cost a lot of money, and there is another 100 feet to go to cut the lode. Preparations are now confined, to sinking a winze, which is now going down on payable . ore, and in softer ground.- It is the intention to dress a parcel of ore to send to the smelt ing works, and if development work discloses a decent body of ore, rever batory frunaces will.be erected on the ground. . Mr. II. Scott, one of the dU rectors, ' was - here- a few ? days-^ago on; a'~vi;sit of anspec.tiohj ? 'IThie Company have expended about £4,000, all in development work, and it is to be hop ed their enterprise will be amply re warded. McKay^ and Martin have had j'a clean up from'' tlieir .. cyanide woiics,' Wattfe Flat, lor a return of 40 ounces of bullion. Considerable damage was caused at Foster's- sluicing claim ...

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WELLINGTON HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

WELLINGTON HORSE SALE. 'At the Wellington horse sale yester day, 'record prices were received. A prize of:£10 was offered by tho auc tioneers for tho owner of the animal bringing top price. Up to the pre sent. Mr. J. Pratley, of Bathurst, leads for the- prize, one of his horses, a fine draught mare, bringing the sum of £78, Mr. Pratley is to he congra tulated', and we hope Bathurst . may have the honor of securing. the trophy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

' — Mr. W. C. Wockner, Toowoomba, Queensland^ v.Tites: 'Chamberiain'-a Cough Remedy is an excellent Remedy. I have been suffering from a cold for the last two months and it lias effecood a cure. It is a pleasure for me _ to recommend it to anyone witir b^i cold.'.' This is the opinion of one of the oldest and most respect, id residents in Toowoomba, and lias been voluntarily given in good faltii tliat others . migut ti*y .Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy and be benefited as he waa. For ealo D-s L. JBdglex and .Co. ? _ .. ? ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

f ABRAHAM'S PILLS I / ( PURELY VEGETABLE.) J j R'n0tt' ' mmf -grngSk 1 the cause of UV=M ; TROUBLE, iBRIGHT'S DISEASE RHEUMATISM, &c. ===== c. The Qreat Blood S Purifier and ( LIVER TONIC. |f CURES \ INDIGESTION, |g BILLIOUSHESS, \l GIDDINESS, S DYSPEPSIA. - j The Safe Remedy for Ladies. Sold Everywhen., | ( / SOLE PROPRIETOR: / J $ ABRAHAM \ f Goorg-© St.V'SYDWEY. ? '9 ?- n ©EILING HMD SOMETHING . MORE, - rMost Ceilings, and walls also for that jj - matter, are a source of anxiety to the | | y^lD E^v | householder, if not an actual menace — | 5 I c\ 1 ^ey crack, discolour, and harbour all | ' j l^k py i lly A'^M 1 kinds °' undesirables. Not so those of | jj l\ I'll » A V jlf I I the Wunderlich Embossed Metal System, jj f ' VVa M, tf'-J I They are PERMANENT, ARTISTIC, SflfJI- § | | YlMkry 1 TARY, and FIRE-RESISTING. They pro- I | I-) 1 'oc* ant' beautify, and are the ideal | J I medium for interior decoration. ASK 8 J TRADE MARK | YOUR STOREKEEPER FOR PARTICULARS. | | j WUND...

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