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(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

(To the Editor.) ' Sir,— Since my. municipal campaign began aU. 'the menials of the- fat man are swarming Into North Ward trying' to damage me.' .Some of them remind | ine of pariah dogs-in Constantinople. Even Labor rats are getting into the campaign. All the rats from Judas to Jokopk don't alarm me. Even 'Brickbat;' that scurvy individual who reckons he is' not personal cant bluff me._ Last night 1 slept in Dan Deni key's late grave at Milltown to get inspiration. It is a great thing to have money monetary wealth is a great substitute for brains in Bath urst.' A number of mental mice who know as much about public speaking as Waggie Wilson's caift horse— say I am no orator. Weil, if I aiu not as good a hand at oratory as Walter McPhillamy or Arnold Rigby's bottlie holder Jimmy Apps, I'll sur render up the spirit. More- of my critics tell the people I've got no views 011 Municipal politics they are to blind to look at the municipal plai orni that I subscribe to. Where's Rigby's plat...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. NORTH WARD ELECTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

Corerspondence. NORTH WARD ELECTION. (To the Editor.) . Sir,— Some years ago, Mr. 11. II. | Champion, the biggest mau in Labor . matters in England, visited I Australia,; _ and before -he left be described the workiug men ot,Aus- j tralia as VLlons led- by Asses'' and could any ? words more truly be ap plied to the laboring classes iu their relation,- t'o. the so-called Labor League of Bathurst. Everybody knows the organisation has been 'nobbled for a definite purpose, but what price the mugs that have been 'got hold of I and what about the men 'who were in duced, by promises of support' to sub mit their liames for selection, and the promises they had of support.?. Any how, there is some; satisfaction in the reflection that outside the handful of Iinc6mpetent busybodies who ran the show, there is nothing felt but dis gusti, and the 'final result of their cle verness will mean an independent La bor caudidate in' the field for bothxFed erai'. and State Parliaments. . It is nearly time...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

? CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Services' .will he conducted by the Rev.' J. Marshall Brown at 11 a.m, aDd 7 p.m.

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BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

? BAPTIST CHURCH. ?? Bathurst— 11 and 7, Mr. ' I. .Yates. . Raglan— 3 p.m. ' . Eglinton— No service.

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METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

METHODIST C iVC» ? Wllliam-st.— 11 aud .7, Kov. B. J. Mock. S. Bathurst— 11 a.m., Mr. Naylor. S. Bathurst— 7. p.m., Mr. Makepeace. Bloom HiJl — 3 p.m., Mr. C. Arms atrpmg. ' White Rock ? 3 p.m., Mr. H. . Wlialan, Whlto Rock — 7 p.m., Mr. Stocks. Perthvil-le_3 p.m., Mr. G. 'AVhalaa. Wattle Fiat— 3 p.m., Sir. Coughorty. Wattle. Flat — T p.m., Mlsson Band Lagoon— 3 p.m., Rev. B. J. Meolr.

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S. STEPHEN'S. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

S. 'STEPHEN'S. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services, lla.ni, and 7 q.m., Rev. 'A. CI axle. ' Eglinf.on— 3 p.m. ' - ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

If You Have latter have caused grievous barm an 9 & death has resulted from thoh use. Do not apply an ointment to a aoret It keeps back the got retlons. To wounds bruises, sprains, burns, ulcers. eczema and other skin troubles. At I'XjT BAN-H DER'S EXTRACT: 15 drops iu a table spoon of olivo oil. ,The effeet. will surprise you. SANDER'S ) EXTRACT HEALS, be cause It Is tree 3 from the irritating constituents contained In otksr eucalTK tus preparations. It heals when others Irritate. | InBlst upon the GBNTJINB SANDER EUCALYPTI EJCTRACT ajid you will derlv« tli# benefit;! A cold, cough, nose, throat or lung trouble, Btomacb, bovrel or kidnoy com plaint, rheumatism, neuralgia, USE SANDBR'S EXTRACT: five drops In a tablespoon of water. Remember, you can not expect the good effects from any sort of eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES bccauso It contains etherdeal and antlBcptlc substances not contained In other eucalyptus products. TheB.e, A. H. HART Hairdresser and Tobacconist, HA...

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VILLAGE CHURCH HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

VII. I, AGE CHURCH HISTORY. The village churches of' England are full of vivid ' illustration of _ those facts of common existence which in the aggregate comprise the national life. Every monumental brass fastened to the floor — a .monument/ to some forgotten gentleman— illustrates ^ the history, of our. country. — ' Builder.' .

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THE SYDNEY MARKET. TROUBLE NOT YET SETTLED. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

THE SYDNEY MARKET. . TROUBLE NOT YET SETTLED. . ? . Sydney, - Friday. The matter- of the wool dispute, and the question whether sales win be held in Sydney on Monday next, is j st'ill in abeyance. Nn 11 iifilitv was reached at the! meeting -of buyers this afternoon. , Another meeting'; toi-mon'ow ? will consider . a fresh proposal from . the! selling brokers.

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SUMMER IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

SUMMER. IN CANADA. 1 Those- who look- upon Canada as a ' cold country ' have; no '/? idea ot-'-ithe. sprendour'.of summefin .the Dominion.. The 'dryness- of- the .climate . relieves it from the sultriness that is the source, df' such grumbling in England, when the summer is hot, and . makes both heat and cold easier to *bear .than, in a (lamp atmosphere like that of Eng land. — 'Canada'.' , :

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THE WOOL SALES FIRM AT HIGHEST PRICES. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

THE WOOL SALES. FIRM AT HIGHEST PRICES. ? j London, Friday. At the Wool Sales last . evening^ there was spirited competition for all descriptions, and' prices were firm at the highest rates. '? .- „-v

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DHINGRA'S FATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

' DHINGRA'S-FATE. I There was'no: chance. from. the .first that Dhingra: -.would escape the ? gal lows^ unless he had been shown to be insane ; and it is,iri noisavagely.. -yin-, dictive spirit that tiie community may congratulate itseltNtnat- tnat pica was not sustained. It ..would be , an evil day if every ass'assin wcie to be, re garded as prima facie mad, as a few sentimentalists would ' have.it.— ' 1 all ( Mall Gazette.' .??? ?' .

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THE BRITISH BUDGET. BALFOUR'S SIGNIFICANT SILENCE. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

THE BRITISH BUDGET. BALFOUR'S SIGNIFICANT SILENCE. .... x Londou, Friday. . Commenting on ? Mr. Balfour s speech at Birmingham, tlie '^Westmin ster Gazette' and the 'Star,' both Liberal and Free'trndc organs, empha sises Balfour's silence regarding tax- 1 tes on food and also declared that the speech is lacking in ? detail; ' J 1. 1 .

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SWEET LAVENDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

SWEET LAVENDER.' , . Out in' India., the home-sick: j exiles wait anxiously for, those , little,; silken bags filled with the lust fresh .laven der of the -year which evei -thoughtful, mothers and sisters send across the seas at this season to carry a iragiauu message from home. Of all flowers Wnnm: in Knt'lfind there is.-orobf ably no one that more surely suggests the dear homeland to' an exile.— ' Lady's Pictorial.'

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FLOOD IN U.S.A. THREE HUNDRED PEOPLE SWEPT AWAY. £2,000,000 DAMAGE. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

ELOOD LV U.S.A. THREE HUNDRED . PEOPLE SWE.PT AWAY. X'- £2,000,000' DAMAGE. - ' London, Friday. ?A tidal wave tho coast of Louisiana fl[U.S.A0 and 300 people perished. Tho damage iiiland by iloods is es timated at £ 2,000,000. '?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

Chamberlain's Stomacih and Liver Tablets are purely vegetable -ind ,'on. laln no ingredient that can in any, wax te injurious to the most delicate per pon. Their action is mild anil gentle ?without any of the painful BcneaUona experienced by the use of Pills. Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets act aa ft tonic, strengthen tho system, and assist tho natural movement of the bowtla. Foe E*le bj5 L. BdRley. and Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

What a Blessing. What a blessing it -is. ' , Sought after by. thousands. - Pnople are finding-it out! ? Many a miserable ' man is happy now.' ' - ' .- ? .' Nights' of: unrest, -days of trouble. ? -An- irritating- disease, meaiis'. this. Piles mean it. ???- ' . - Eczema - -just as bad, and just as hard to cure. ' ? . ' v ? But Doau's Ointmanfc does it. - Relieves at once.'a.'id cui'os it you use it long enough -ir-A specific^ tor an irritation - of' the skin. » A blessing- to.'ii suffering public. - Hero's p root.; to baclc it-::—-' Mrs. E. Marshall, Adelaide -Lane, Blayney, - says..:-r?'cl ? always*- 'keep Doan's Ointment, m ; the lvouso,- . anil I can. recoiftmendr it for all itching skin diseases : vNine years ago I had a very bad hand. ? .-I had cut-it and it got very sore, anu -notinng iseemeu able to heal it. ? I thought I was in for a bad time, but 1 got Doan's Ointment and it healed my hand, and I have never. had any trouble with it since. This experience taught me what a goo...

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MR. MARCONI'S SCHEME TO LINK 13,000 MILES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

MR.' MARCONI'S SCHEME' TO' LINK - 13,000 MILES 'My ambition is to link up Ahe Em-1 pire by wireless telegraphy.' - As lie spoke oil Thursday Mr. Marconi- sat with a maip of the world' before lum. His scheme has already been - made known In South- Africa- where lie pro poses, a central stat- on -with -000 miles range as one -link, of an imperial chain, i 'Complications with existing com munications are a difP.pulty. This lias yet to- be overcome, but we -shall suc ceed.' Mr. Marconi spoke confidently. 'An- -jmperial .wireless' ; service, 'with stations at certain distances from. e.ach other around- the world,,- is entirely feasible.' .r- - . ? fie then illustrated- his method of spanning space without wires. - Pins served-' as wireless masts. As his fin- 1 gers moved the network grew. A dls-J tine'e of approximately- 12, 90JB miles i would be covered by the wireless 'com-; muhication ; between England- and Aus tralia. Eleven stations ? would be' used. ..These ? sections are set. out ...

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FOR IMPERIAL UNITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

FOR IMPERIAL UNITY. The opening' of the Union Parlia ment is' an eventi of immense ? import ance to South Africa, arid;it is- fitting that recognition of . . its ... importance alike to South Africa and. to the. Em-, pire should- be, expressedrby. this, coun- ?, try with all the. empliasis.at Tis coin mand. Nothing that we can.,, do coulciadd'so much dignity „ and sig-, riific^nce to the historic occasion... as the presence of the Heir to.the.'lhrone, who, as directly representing the' King, brings home to all the living r'calffy of that 'common allegiance which makes the Empire a unity. '? The Times'.'' ' / Mr -'!. Cook, South Isls, Q., says: 'Some time ago, while cane cutting for Mir Kerr, of Doolbl, I hadl a severe at tack ! of Colic and Diarrhoea. I ^ got some medicine from the dhemist but it did me no good. A friend of mine advised me to try Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and. I am pleased that I did, for after taking a few doses I had entirely ^recovered an...

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THE BARRIER TROUBLE. PECULIAR REASON FOR RELEASE. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

THE B.UaaER TKOUBLE. .?- PECULIAR _ REASON ' FOR RELEASE. -/ . . ' Sydney, iFriday.';' A petition was presented to-day to the Premier praying for the relief- of the Broken Hill -prisoners-. now in Al Imi-v fJnnl. The petition , was . signed by 210 re sidents of Aib'ury aud said 1 it would be a gracious- act on the part of the Government to recommend their re lease, inasmuch as their offences were committed in times of great industrial unrest '.

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