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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

There Is not s particle of opium or other najrcotic in Chamberlain's Cough. Remedy, and lev*-* has been s'nce it was first offered to the public. It is as safe a medicine for a child as for an aduit. This remedjy is fam ous lor its cures of colds and croup, ana can always be depended upon. Far Bale by L. Edgley and Co.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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B Company. ANNUAL DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

B Company. j ANNUAL DINNER. On Saturday night, tlio first of. B. | Company's annual dinners took place n the Masonic I-Iall; ' .The chair was occupied by the of ficer cjjniuianding. Captain Pringle, and- there 'were1 also present Lieutsn auds;-,Duchatel; and Paul, and Color Sergeant -Tambi'ee, and Sergeants .De au-iicj, uuu jnoiman, aim geants Cole and Crofts, 'Corporal Boo ty,. and^Lance-Corporals Frayley, Choi:- 1 ley, and Read'. ' , The Cliaiiman apologised for the; absence J of ''/Major: Machatlic, i Major,.: Cassidy; ..and : His Worship, the Mayor. Captain- Pringle-said they had treason to be; proud of such a grand gathering of the officers and men of ' B' Com pany. 'I-le, thought 'it was a splendid thing to have an annual' gathering . of this nature. It would popularise the' Company and bring the officers, : non i commissioned officers, and/ men into icloser contact. ..They- were all com rades, 'but the officers- could not get i the true' value of the man if they only jmet. ,h...

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Local and General POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

local and General, — - POLICE COURT. ''T '-'/Tt At the Police Court on Saturday, a first offender was fined 5/ or 24 hourg imprisonment for being drunk in Howiclc Street on Friday last:: ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

AUBURN, VIC. William Lewis, 39 VIotorla-road. Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., -wTltes:— 'Wa have found Dr. Sheidons' New Discov ery works wonders with our children. During the cold, winter months wf would not consider it F.aCe i-- bo wif-'n. ? it It' . Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery lor Coughs and ColdJB is an unequalled preparation for fcbe cure of all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. Price, Is Gd and 3s per bottle. For eaie everywhere. | Our Mills are Reliable and Modem. Thqr , work with the elighUob breezo, and ar» ieif- rtguluting in itorms ; the bearion can bo changed with very little trouble, and in ft few minutes. Write us your requirements, and our Mill Export will aend full particulars of Mill and Outfit that . will auit your purpose best* We make ami atock every nefd in the line— Pumpi, Tanks, Piping, Trough?, and can ; provide Capable Men for erecting Outfits it : required. METTERS, LIMITED, I Australia's Largest Manufacturers of Windmills and Stor«a, 556-558 Gcorac Stmt, Sydnej...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

^ - JfflFSj Hj8; W H E AT fljltl^ 'fySsn 1® Fat / e ( Stock & Stock f^)^1 ] Station r ^.esinen Agents. REGULAR AUCTSON SALES OF S,' .f3KIHS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS every consignment receives the personal, attention of oua principals WHO SUPERVISE TS-3E CATALOGUING, PMKE THE VALUATIONS AND CONDUCT THE SALES.' ff==^ offices aJtd STORES: CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY, i 1 1 |M7 Qjp3 1LI ' Q Brewery, Bowling Si* 1 ! I A &*J REDFERN, SYDNEY. j XXX ALES ? — Draught ASes j I I Lager ? obtain. I Pilsener ? in Ses S Dinner Ale Hotels Bitter Ale ? D£ttie^nllih Select Stock Ale Pu&t^0!SmB Stout- ? bSbS? I ? I RESCH'S Ales, Beers and Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hofl obtainable, jj i| without a particle of preservative. jj I Mr.Tcmperlcy, Vice-presidcnt of the N.S.W. Country Press Association addressing an'sfftsemblagepfN.S.W. Country 1 H Pressmen rcrrcRentin,-; a circulation of 230,000 newspapers per issue, said : — 'I saw' in Resch's Brewery ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

CRICKET. By Thursday's Bathurst 'Times'* I notice that Mr. W. C. ; Richardson has roceived a communicaUoii from the secretary of the Petersham District Club informing him that the executive of the New South Wales Cricket Asso ciation has decided to send four teams November. Bathurst is to .be visited by a team representing Petersham, Bunvtpod,j and Central Cumberland Clubs' on November 13th. The match will commence at 10 a.m. on Saturday, and the team ?will stay in Bathurst un til Monday, when they will leave for Orange. The Association will pay all expenlses. Now, then, Bathurst!, What about it? Not a meeting of a club yet. Will we ever liven up! It is the. same in cricket as in everything else. The cricket competition should have been in full swing here by this i£ we want to keep the old game alire. Get a move on Bathurstians! j

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Sporting Notes. CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

Sporting Notes. (By ' Substitute.') CYCLING. i«. corry, tne Bathurst rider, had bad luck meeting^ witn an accident at Sutton Forest 'in the Goulburn-Sydney Koawi Race. Corry was in a good po sition, and had a' fair chance ol being ? 'in it.* ?- J H. Williams, of Coledale, had the lead tO' within three miles of liomn in the Gouiburn Race last Saturday, when he had the hard lu)ck to /puncture. While he was repairing his machine Hardy raced past at a great pace. Wi.fViams iinediatieiy! jumped on and made a great finish on a Hat tire. At Pictou (84 miles) the later rider put up the| good time of i hours (J minutes, averagiug 20 miles an hour. Tom, Larcombe was favourite lor the race on account of the wet going, but h'e finished 32nd, owing to. punctures. Ho was carving out, a; great race, the first 41 miles being covered in 2 hours 14 minutes. . . : The secretary o£ .the,. League of Wheelmen (Mr.; G.,. Cramp) says that ?the first prize in the Bathuret to Syd ney road race wilil be £75 n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

/CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH TENNIS V7 CLUB.— Concert, Oddfellows' Hall, | TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2Sth. Tickets Gd. If! Oil SALE. Splendid Cottago, I'ipor stroet, near railway — Cheap. JOHN BOYD, Auctioneer. WANTED SKIIIT IJA\m GOOD Assistant SKI.llT HAXLS. Apply E. WEBB & CO., Bathurst. to the Ratepayers of the North Ware'. LADIES and GENTLEMEN.— 1_ des-ire to tender you my piiicerent thanks for the support you accorded mr in my candidature for honor of representing you in tho Bn thnrat City Council. I also desire to sincerely thank my Com mittoe for tlio splendid work thoy did to se cure my I'lec.tion ? I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, ' Your obedient servant, , ARNOLD RIGBY. TENDERS. ~ TENDERS ore called for ItIHGBAltKiNG I ABOUT GOO ACR iiS (more or loss) ar. Killonla Station. Purticulars on application to Dli. MACtiATTIE. POLITICAL. Macquarie federal Electorate A MEETING of the Liberals of Bathurst will be held at Beavis' Rooms on TO-NIGHT (MONDAY), 27 111 INSTANT,' at 8 o'clock, for ...

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The North Ward Election. APPEAL THREATENED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

The North Ward Election. APPEAL THREATENED.' ? ! Great excitement prevailed yester day at ' the polling booth in George street, when the electors of North Ward went to r, ecord their votes in fa vor ot( Mr. Arnold Rigby or Mr. Arthur Flanagan, as candidates to. fill., -the-, extraordinary- vacancy ill the Bathurst Council, -caused by the resignation of Alderman John McLennan. At;- six. o'clock the ballot box, was taken to the Town. I-lall and, the votes counted. Altogether 20S' persons voted. The returning officer, Mr. D. F. ,W. Veness, announced that Mr.- Flanagan had se | cured- 70 votes, while Mr. Rigby obr tamed » 119.'' : He- - tneretore ueciareu Mr. Rigby the - selected- candidate to fill the - vacancy 'at the Council table. The announcement was followed by continued applause. ; 'Mr. Rigby, in responding, said he was extremely obliged to the whole of the people of North Ward who had voted that day; those who had voted for and against liim.\ -On this occa sion- the feelin? of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

ggSflt&Jk, Are you easily tired? | your work a i ^^^VMHirdpn? Do you 1 ©1L/ often feel weak Jlk your appetite poor? Are you easily dis jp®couraged ? If so, your nervous system is weak ened, your blood is impure, and serious illness is not far away. AYER'S Sarsaparilla was made for just such cases. When the blood is impure the whole nervous system be comes poisoned. It is im possible to throw off that terrible feeling of depression, and there is no ambition, to work. Ayer's Sarsaparilla will purify, vitalize, and en rich your blood, and life will again be worth living. As now made, Ayer's Sarsa parilla contains no alcohol . There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get 'Ayer's.' Prepared by Dr. ). C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Man., U.S.A.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. ' Mrs. 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 them rwe were afraid to eat, but now we can eat weE, without any ill effects after wards. We cannot praise them too highly, and we recommend them to anyone suffering with indigestion.' Dr. Shelriono's Digestive Tabules are an unequalled preparation for the cure Indigestion, and all Stomach Troubles. TPrice, Ids (id per tin. For sale every where.

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VI.— (Continued.) 'Ay, Miss Oiive, better late nor | never!' old Jenkins cried in his crack ed voice. ? 'Did you think' it was going to he never?' Ralph held out his hand as he spoke. Jenkins took it, drew back a little, and started, and, still holding the brown muscular hand in his withered . valm. peered eagerly up into Ralph's face. ''Well, don't you know me? Am I so changed, grown out of kvjwledge?' Rcifuh said in a tone of quiet amuse ment. 'Ay, .you're changed, sir! You're more like the old master than I ever thought you would bo/ Jenkins an swered. lie spoke in - a cuv.buss ? voice, aud there was a bewildered expression in the eyes that still peered anxiously into RaViuli's face. 'But 1 lie getting old, sir, an' my eyes ain't what they used to be. You must cxpuse mc it I didn't seenii to know you at ionce. You see, I've ; alius thought on you as ye were ten years -ago, nobbut' ljut a Uad, so to speak, an' ten years makes a sight o' difference.'...

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Correspondence. THE FEDERAL CANDIDATE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

Corerspondence. TI-IE FEDERAL CANDIDATE. (To the E-litor.) Sir,— It is to be hoped that tlie meet ing of Liberals to-night will not de cide too hastily upon a candidate for the ensuing Federal Election. ? It is well to consider wliy the last election was lost to the . party, and to deliber nfn nn' f « . o 1 + fl mi in . linlif-.iP.K to-day. At last election I, in com mon with the bulk of Protectionists, cast -my vote for the Labor nominee, not because I subscribed 'to the Labor platform, but because Mr;, Carr had Protectionist leanings, anxl . the late member was a virulent freetrader, who was a bitter opponent of protection, and the New Tariff was part of the business to be settled' by tiie present Parliament.- . With - the. tarift-- settled^ necessity for the separation of Liber als and Protectionists became daily less apparent, ? and ultimately, and lo gically ended in ' the present fusion. Still old associations are strong and new party line's are not formed in a moment, 'it is ...

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HONEY BEARING TREES [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

: i- HONEY BEARING:; TREES. ; - 1 The following communication from the Under Secretary of Lands, uas, been forwarded to us 'by Mr. J. Miler, 'M.LA., Sir,— Referring to Ohe petitions presentee'! by you from ? Mr. Edward Theobold and other residents of Palmer's Oakey, urging that the area of about 10,655 acres, including land! formerly within the 'iemporaij; Common, and adjoining Crown Lands, parishes of Dulabreo and. Turon, County of Roxburgh,' which becomes available for settlement on the 23rd September, 1009, be set apart in small areas, ' and that honey-bean ng treesi. be preserve-?i, I have the hono r ; to inform you tlhat the Minister (oi] Lands has given the matter consider ation, but does not, deem it expedient, to set a.part the land in quisstion! S* small areas. Rega-rding the protec tion of honey beai'ing trees, I am „ to sta,te tihat ' conttitions have already been imposed in respect of the 475 acres .parish of Dulabree, vide at tached copy of Gazette Notice of ;/tih« 1st ...

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MR. FRED. WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

MR. VRED. WOOD. Mr. Fred Wond, who has been inv proving in bcalth for ;some time, was unfortunately, seized 'with another fit yesterday. Soon' after', noon he was seated -w:;b friends in Machattie Park, and suddenly fell to the -.ground in a condition of unconsciousness; A mcd'cal m-tn ntirniiiflilu in nil r.re n rid Mr. Wood- was removed to his home in the ambulance waggon Upon ' enquiry we learned last night that his condition was slightly / improved, although he ^vss still very weak.

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ANDERSON'S DRAMATIC CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

ANDERSON'S DRAMATIC CO. This evening the above popular dramatic company commences a two night's season at the School of Arts when wiJl be staged' for the first time in Bathurst the latest London Adt'phi success, 'Between Two .- -Women' This drama recently put up a phen omenal run of six weeks; in , Melbourne and its production elsewhere:1 has been most successful. .-As -tile -title suggests the play deals with, stirring inc.dents in tllie world's greatest' metropolis, ana gives scope for scenic and mechanical display, for which the; management Is so well known. All the old favorites will' appear including the Misseg:Ma,y Granvilie, Florence Recheter, Ina Al iston, Barry Lane, -a Enid Beatrice, 1 Messrs. CrosJMe Wai'ti', Herbert Lin den, Onslow Edgewortli, ; - Hariy. Doug-, ?las. Frank Reis, George Edwin and others. Judging by the previous seasons the -present one sliouifj' -be most successful.'1 The i-rodiuction to be presented to-morrow evening will be tilie sensational melodrama f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

If You Have A cold, cough, nose, tliroat or lung trouble, stomach, bov.-el or kidney com plaint, rheumatism, neuralgia, USE SANDER'S EXTRACT: five drops In a tablespoon o£ water. Remember, you can not expect the good effects from any sort ot eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES becauBo it contains etherdeal and antiseptic substances not contained la other eucalyptus products. These, latter have caused grievous harm an? a flu 1th has resulted Irom their use. Do not apply an ointment to a sorer It kc ps back the secretions. To wounds brulsc-3, sprains, burns, ulcers, eczema and other skin troubles. APPLY BANH DER'S EXTRACT: 15 drops in a table spoon of olive oil. The effect will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, he cause It is freed from the Irritating eonctituents contained In otk»r eucalyp tus preparation®. It heals when other* Irritate. ___D Insist upon the UMtNUiwrJ oaiwi- EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you will derive the benefit!*

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CONDOBOLIN [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

CONDOBOLIN j The splendid rains which have re cently fallen at Condobolin have as sured a good season. Both wheat and hay crops promise well. Grass is in abundance, ? In parts of the district men have been engaged cutting herb age, and stacking .it tor hay and ensi 1 age'.' Shearing 'commenced, and is pro gressing 'slowly, owing mainly' .to' the-! citncity of shearers. - .

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ORANGE CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

ORANGE CROPS. Groat progress is being made in the experimental piota planted 011 the Orange Showground, and all tho crops under trial— wheats, oats, and barley — are in line condition and well ad vanced.' The planting of potatoes is expected to commence- next month, and good results are anticipated.

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APPLES AT SUNNY CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

APPLES AT SUNNY CORNER! ' ? Great work is being done at Sunny Corner ? in the ' orchards. ?? The Sunny fcii'ner people say their's is, like ours, one of the finest apple-growing dis tricts in New South Wales. ? , The oimliardists have been extremely .busy, during the past month pruning, graft ing, limbing and \V0rki11g ac the trees, iwhip.h nnw innk hftalthv dud 'strong. One new orchard of ten acres hus just been planted with caretiillyselected trees. As many as 3000 new trees have been put in this season and everything bids fair to bountiful supply of-apples, the growing of which, it is- expected,' will become a big industn' out then?.. Potato growing is advancing:. -: Many farmers are putting in large areas.' and this seasou fully double the ,'area plant ed last year will be put in j ? »

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