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

THREE CURED OF VltlE JjLHBS Lasted Three Months, Six Morilhs and Three Years, Respectively — In One Case Even Hospital Failed - —Doctors Treated All Three. One Prescribing Cuticura. CUTICURA IN EACH CASE A COMPLETE SUCCESS 'Some time ago I suffered from nil ulcer which was caused by varicose veins. I was sitting, off ray font, for three months and had a physician at tending me, but the ulcer seemed to 1.6 getting worse unci was -breaking out in another place. I was, however, ad vised to uso Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment by the physician. 1 he ulcer gradually healed by using Cuticura Soap and , Ointment and a perfect cure was the result. I do believe that only, for tho Cuticura Remedies the ulcer would never have been, properly cured. Charles Sparrow, 7, Virginia St., Bel fast, Ire., May S, 1908.' , . 'The part affected (with a varicose - ulcer) was my foot, under the ankje-r bone I was under a doctor's care tor six months when I met a ladv who had used Cuticura. Remedies. She ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Sydney Letter MORE HOT WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

Our Sydney Letter i MORE HOT WATER. ':- Perhaps the most hopeful indication in the reply of the Minister for Lands to the Farmers' and Settlers' Associa tion was his admission that the Go vernment policy does not meet, and cannot meet; the requirements of the State as regards closer settlement. There is always hope ot a man when he acknowledges failure. Dr. San grado, it is true, when his patientB did not improve 011 his regimen of bleed ing and hot water, always ordered ?more bleeding ?- and more hot water. But then- he could never be induced to acknowledge any linefflcacy in tho treatment. Mr. Moore, presumably, is differently built.' In the municipalities he has the object lesson of a system which does not meet requirements. It is not costly, lit is not tyrannical, it is not invidious, it is npt inquisitorial, But it has brought suburban land :inta the market quite as far as it is need ed. It is: free also from the 'progres- sive' feature, which' is 'so strongly ob jected to in t...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 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 biootlj poisoning. Tho safe way Is to apply Cham licrlain's Pain Balm as soon as the i injury has been received. That lini ment prevents all danger of blcod pois oning and causes the injury to heai in about one-third tihe lime required 'by, the usual treatment. For sale bs; li Edgley and Co, ^

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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"BETWEEN TWO WOMEN." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

'BETWEEN TWO WOMEN.' 'I Wo again remind our readers that] William Anderson's - Dramatic Company 1 commenccs' a , two-nights' season at the 1 School of Arts; on Monday and Tues- 1 day -next. : The first production staged, will be. the- latest London AJelpli'i flrnma,: in four nets, untitled. 'Between Two Women/' All the scenery, etc.. comes- direct from the King's Theatre, Melbourne. On the second- night the production staged will also be another fine drama, 'The Heart ot London,' which Is full of -exciting i and sensa tional situations. Both dramas are new to Bathurst and have recently had long runs, in Melbourne. Free scope is given for scenic and mechanical display. The box plan ;is now open at iSladels. . - 1

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VI.— (Continued.) Olive's heart throbbed with happiness and gratitude. She had had . so little Jove and so little consideration from either her dead father or biother thai Ralph's words and the kindly touch on her shoulder : moved her deeply and brought tears of happiness into her eyes. ? tJh, thack you lor tnose words a dozen times, dear Ralph V she said, and put up her lips and kissed him- impul sively. ' But you were always kind to me, and you are just the same as'' ever. Oi, I was sure you would ! I knew when Aunt Maria prophesied you would have changed it was all ' a mistake. You are just your old self.' ' Have I not changed at all, then ?' Ralph asked, ahd his voice, in spite of all his endeavours to speak lightly, was very anxious. Olive regarded hirti gravely. ' Oh, you have changed in looks very much ; you have grown so much older and so much more like father than you used to oe ; but. what do looks matter since you yourself are the same ?'? ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORLANDO CLUB DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

? ? -.! ORLANDO CLUB DANCE.1' ' : i: :: This highly successtul funct.on took place in the Oddfellows' 1-Iall 011 Wed nesday .---night,' : and prove'd: 'one of the best dances held this - season; Excels lent music was supplied by Messrs. R. NichoUs (piano) and S.- Porter '(cla rionet). Messrs. Sam : Abbott and Harry Briant' acted as. M's.C..; .Spe cial mentioning- must be made of the catering, which . reflected ' the greatest credit on Mrs. Fred 'Wood, who under toolc. th.is , mqst;;impp;:.taut part ot the work. The tables were neatly and tastefully laid out with flowers from Sydney. . ? ? , - ' . '

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THEATRICAL. FIRST NIGHTERS RUN AMOK. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

.THEATRICAL. I'UKST Nl&n TJSIIS RUN AMOK. . 'SVdiioy, Thtirnduv. Seutafor the Aei'lie-.Itriiyrou opjuiug night ufc tiio Criterion T'lcut.ro wero sold by auction to-di ly. The first box was soM for 15 gnincMs, the second box whs euld for 8 guint-us. ..?Seats in rlie front row of the dross oirole ronlisod from £3 . l.n r:A l lis ? i.l.o Xj ; and others from 17s lid. Tho third vow of scuts; were: sold ivt , it, and those 011 the sides brought ISs to 17s lid each' Some of tho front stalls fotc.hed 32s. Over half the house was sold, ; Th owest l.ilicii fur any seat was 10s. Thj :.ilc realised ii350.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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COONAMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

COONAMBLE. ,- Richard I-Iayes and Alfred Flaherty, the latter 011 bail, appeared before Judge Gibson at the Coonamhle Quar ter Sessions on Wednesday, .charged with stealing £16, -the ' .property of Con. Curran, licensee ot the lloyal Ho tel, Gilgandra. I-Iaves pleaded euil ty, and was sentenced to two years' hard labor in Bathurst Gaol. Flaher ty, who is a married man, with four children, pleaded guilty of receiving only, and was ? sentenced to twelve months' hard labor: in the Goulburn Gaol, but was released under the pro visions' of ? the First ? Offenders' , Act, |on' finding security to be of good be haviour for twelve months. The sit ting of the Court only occupied an hour and 20 minutes, being the short ! st oa record for Caouamblo. A

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

W-^TED, KURNTSHIiD ROOM, wiili rbo use of Kitchen. Apply UMPIRE HOTEL. ^'1 iH^ DAY, at 2 30, Cabbages, Parsnips -1 Carrots, Furniture, mid .Sundries. H GOLSBY, SI Kefirpel-wtreet. SMAltT Young Girl (17) wants place ns tlouseniaid or Light lieneral. 'CLARA ' ' Times,' .bathurst. ' FltUIT aAi.K.— Consignment of (J'noieo Apples and other Fruits Td-JIAY, at 1 1 a.m. A. ti. LOW .& CO., Auctioneers. LOST, Van- Vincc Nlv. SPJiCTACUJS. '??Howard THIS OFFICE. LOM\ .l'OOKbr BOOK, butwimn Kosc lfill and Lsrom, coutaininLt. aecouius. Reward 109 ROCKKT-STKISliT. SSiTSsSsTAN'K!. FEDERATION OF A US I'LiA LAS 1 A. — All Shop Kmployoes liro invited to attcnil a Meeting of tho above at Bun vis Bros. Rooms TONIGHT, at 8 p.111. sharp. Business : To cnmplote application for Wages Board. Mr. Sfcuart-Robertsoii, M.L.A., will address 'tho nieetiii''. N. LEWIS, Hon Secretary. IN TH11 SUfREMU COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES, PROBATE JURISDICTION. In the Will of WILLIAM IIENUY : LORD, late of Sunny Corner, i...

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

-, SHEARING. . ' '' ? 'Shearing is expected to' commence shortly, in the Molong district, v/lien,' it is estimated; the ; following w'U be the score: Larras Lake, 40,000; Boree, 20,000; Burrawong,- 23,000 ; - Devowie, 17,000; Loombah, 15,000; Goontio, 15, 000; Yullundry, 15,000; McCullock, 14, 000; Wandoo Wondong, 14,0003 Gam-. hoolaV 12,000; Tlie Bridge, 12JOOO; Ca liomodine, 12,000 ; Erambie, 12,000 ; Boomey, 10,000; Aniaroo, 8000;; Mary vale, 7000; Neubvgyn, 7000; 'Oaklcigh 6000; Mountain View, 7000,1; Davy's [Plains; 5000. Owing to the scarcity of shearers, it is feared, that' opera itions will be considerably delayed.

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

SPIRIT l/^SrS- good '? I / tV FOU ' IK ° WOMEN \ \ ' /OkiAS FOR , NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. Mrs. A. E. Gibson, 75 Holterman-St North, Sydnjey, N.S.W., -writes:— 'My father and I have .talcen Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Before taking them we were afraid to- eat, but now we can eat wall, without -any ill effects after wards. We cannot praise them too highly, and we recommend them to anyone suffering with indigestion.' Dr. Sheldono's Digestive Tahules are an unequalled preparation for the cure | Indigestion, and a'iil1 Stomach Troubles. Trice, 2s Sd ,per tin. For sale every where.

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BLEW OUT THE GAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

, BLEW OUT THE OAS. V . Au old man named John Mackenzie, about. 70 years of age, narrowly es caped suffocation at Fltzroy, 011 Mon day night; ' i Instead- of:; turning out the gas when I10 went to bed he simply: blew -the light out, leaving' the jet turned oil; with; the1 result: that he- was found in an unconscious state 011 Tues-; day -niorn'iig. - He was removed to cite Melbourne Hospital in a critical con-, ditlon. ' 'r

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

If You Have latter have caused grievous harm an-* a death has resulted from their use. Do not apply an ointment to a soref It keeps back the secretions. To wounds bruises, sprains, burns, ulcers, eczema ami other skin troubloa, APPLY BAN^ DER'S EXTRACT: 15 drops in a tablo -s'poon of olive oil. The effect will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, be cause it is freed from the irritating eon»tltuents contained In otliar eucalyp tus preparations. It heals when others Irritate. Insist upon the GKMTTIN0 SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you will derlv* the bonafltl A cold, cough, nose, throat or lung trouble, stomach, bowel or kidney com plaint, rheumatism, neuralgia, USE SANDER'S EXTRACT: live drops in a tablespoon of water. Remember, you can not expect tho good effects from any Bort of eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES because it contains etherdeal and antiseptic substances not contained to other eucalyptus products. These, Garbage Tins Made in conformity wilh require ? meats of L^cal Go...

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

POLICE COURT. I There was only one case of drunken ness dealt with at tlie Police, Court yes terday morning. Fined 5s, or six hours' Imprisonment.

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

| THE W13ATHER. Perfect weather conditons were pre valent in Bathurst yesterday. ' Fine, but frosty conditions were reported from other centres.; Forecast: .Clear ing 'showers on the S;E. portion, other wise fine generally, but a change for boisterous, unsettled, showery, and thundery weather, affecting the State before Sunday; northerly winds, veer ing to southerly in the far West., The temperature for yesterday was:,; Maxi mum 66; minumum, 32. ,

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

: HOSPITAL BALL. The financial results of the recent Hospital Ball is very satisfactory in deed, and the crcdt is mainly due to! the ladies— one and all — who took part. iThe nicest incident in connection with the meeting yesterday afternoon was when a vote of thanks was proposed to the joint secretaries. There was no hesitation, 110 desire' for special praise— the two ladies referred to al most raced each 'other to assert: 'But -we all worked — everyone worked.'''- ;

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

RAILWAY PICNIC. ' : The annual Railway picnic will this year he held at Orange 011 October 25th (the-. Monday following Bathurst 8-1-Iour Day). The Commissioners have divided the Bathurst District, and now it extends from Kelso to just he-r yond Blayney, and embraces Cowra and. Dumondrill. The picnic - com mittee selected Orange, and the Com missioners took no exception to them going outside the boundary. - . : t ? ? ; ? ; ? - I

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MORE ABOUT OUR BARBERS [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

MORE ABOUT OUR BARBERS. On Wednesday night last ,tne, New bridge team of footballers, which play ed the Hairdressers and Tobacconists' Club, was entertained ' by the ' latter team at a dinner, held at ? Heniiessy's Empire Hotel. A happy time was ^pent', and so pleased were the New bridgeites with the reception they re ceived, that they invited our Barbers to Newbridge, where they; -will play 011 Wednesday next. /' Perhaps our Barbers will win'. It's hard to say. They are triers. ^ ?,-????

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THE LINDFIELD TRAGEDY. "GOING TO DROWN MYSELF." Sydney Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

THE LINDFIELD TRAGEDY. ' GOING TO DROWN MYSELF.' Svdhpv Thnrcrfnv I Arnold Archibald, who was found] killed on (be railway line at Lindfield, last,uioht, ms reported to have said to his brother yc terduy,: !' Good-liye, I am ,i;o- 1 ing to diown myself.' He then ioft I home and was not again seen alive. I

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SOLICITOR MISSING. DISAPPEARS OFF STEAMER. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

? SOLICITOR MISSING. DISAPPEARS OFF STEAMER. I Sydney, Thursday. Harold Farquhar McKav, a solicitor practising at ColT's Harbor, and former ly of Orange, was a pai,senger on the ' Noorebar ' ? from Sydney. He dis appeared during the voyage and was last seen at three this morning.

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