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THE REV. A. CLARK'S CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

THE REV. A. CLARK'S .CALL. ;' j The congregation of - Stv^'Stepheii's Presbyterian Cliuroh have, decided .. to ask the Rev. A. Clark to remainjAvith. them. Mr. Clark left fdr-S.dney last night and lie will consider 'the matter whilst there. A telegram announc ing his decision is expectec'' on \V-ed- 1 aicsday. 1

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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END OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

END OF TIIE WORLD. ' Our correspondent ? ? at; Hockley .'.in forms us ; that the strange lights;;?. In'; the sky w, ere visible at Rockley: a^c'l that the peojfle thong' t the end ; of the wonld had come, thouglh '. a little later than the tdmo predicted.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DAIRYING AT MOLONG [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

. ? _ ? - ? DAIRYING AT MOLONG. I The dairying industry ; at Moiong, a few months back, was at a standstill, and the directors ot the .Moiong. Dis trict Dairying Company were almost compelled to close their factory. owing to the insufficient number of. suppjisrs. The recent rains, however, 'have given the industry an impetus, and the list of suppliers is rapidly increasing. A | ecord output is anticipated during, the pring. Feed is very plentiful, and the a'rying prospects 'never looked brighter.

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LIBERAL AND REFORM LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

LIBERAL AND REFORM LEAGUE. Special attention is drawn to the meeting 'announce*.* to be' iheld- this evening in 'Beavis' Bros.' room Howiclc Street, of the Liberal and He form League. Mr. Perkins,. Organis ing Secretary, will be in attendance and the chief business to. be .trans? acted is the appointment of delegates to confer witih delegates from . .other centres in- the selection of a candid ate to represent Mncquarie .; .in..'-.: the House of Representatives. j, ;.

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

Chamberlain's Stomadh and Liver Tablets are purely vegetable and .'on taln no ingredient that can in any way inlurious to the most delicate per c0n Their action is mild andi gentle without any of the painful BcnsatloM pxnerlenced by the use of Pd:s. Cham berl^n'8 Stomach and Liver Tableta act as a tonic, strengthen the system, and assist the nat^al oovMitentot the

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

1 Mr. n. Cook, South Isi's, Q„ says: 'Some time ago, whiie cane cutting for Mr Kerr, of Doolbi, I had' a severe at tack of Colic and Diarrhoea. I got some medicine from the Chemist but it did me no good. A friend of advised me to try Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, andi am pleased that I did, for after talcing a few doses I had entirely recovered and was fit for work next day.' For if AT ALL TIMES f ^ The bevcrajje for all times, all weathers, for men, for women. Wolfe's Schnsgps It is healthfully beneficial. ....at onoe .... A DRINK! A TONIC I A MEDICINE! , fi BUY WHOLE BOTTI.E8. Jj Ml Mm' Ointment A NEVER -FAILING REMEDY fo durns, Scalds, Cut.s, Bruises, Wound Chilblains, and External Inflammation Nevor-i aiiint! Relief for Fi!es- t'ricc. Is1 To be obtained from Fi HEARNE, Qhemisr, William V A. H. HART Hairdresser and Tobacconist, HAS taken over the Premises be tween the Grand and Royan Hotels, lately occupied by Mr. K Misic, after being in charge of the Hair? d...

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

Bottle aftea* Bottle— — j j of ' Bonnington'a Irish Ploss' goes j forth on its mission— that of curing | Coughs and Colds. You can rely on I each one doing its duty faithfully. j IT 15 A HE3L rURE TOR COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, CROUP, WHOOPING COUCH, SORE THROAT, SORE LUNGS, LOSS OF VOICE, INFLUENZA, DIFFICULTY OF BREATHING. and nil these kindred ailments of the throat and lungs. Do not be misled by worthless imitations. | TAKH ONLY BONNINGTON'S IRISH MOSS | ? ? OF 40 YUARS FAiVIL ? JFmake your mustard g ' FRESH, AND- f ' ffl A perfect mustard, made per- ' i j fectly — these carry in them j£- selves a guarantee of good I appetite and easy digestion. \/ ' Kren's Mustard, of course for the first for the second, always see that the mustard- a ' t /| pot is freshly replenished Jj Ji|i| | before each meal with (this -J 8 . £ 'xi* i \ A 5-' | IS of vital importance) f KEEN'S \ WiUSTARD/Jgy-fij^ % CMldresa' 'sleep well ' | H when they are healthy and their food is doing || M its proper wor...

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The Rifle. MINIATURE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

The Rifle. MINIATURE iSI-IGOTINW. ! ' I Tlio following scorcs were madie on i Friday nigliL: Pte. Clarke 21; Lieut. Pauill 20; Pte. Dryden 10; Pte Connell 19; Bugler broker 19; Lance-corporal r;rayXey 17; Pte. T. Power 17; Cadet Penlcins 17; Pte. Treanor 1(1; Pte. B. Power 1G; Bugler Beavis jlo; *ue. SteveKs 15; Cadet Pring'e 14. ?'SHOOTING AT ROCKLEY. A rifle match held at Rockley on Saturday between O'Connell ana Hock ley. . teams resulted in a win for. tUhe\ latter by 35 points. The weather was favorable for shooting thoughi a very strong and choppy wind (blew prevent- | ing high scores being ma'c'e. The 1 ranges were 500 and' GOO yards. F«i- i lowing are the detailed results. — 1 Rocklev— J. Batil'iir, 29, 22—51; B. C. ] McKell, 26, 24—50; C. McSpedden, 25, 31— 66; 'H; . Haickney, 25 22__47; H. Cole, 23, 21—44; J. H. P,ye, 29, 25-5-1; G. Ryan, 27,- 20 ? 47; J. Barnes, 25, 10— 41; I-I. Neal, 25, 25—50; A. Men dham, - 27, 21—48. Totalis, ? 261 and 227. G'rand total, 488. Average 4...

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The Woo Sales. THE LONDON MARKET. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

The Woo .ISales. TI-IE LONDON MARKET. London, Sunl'ay. At tlhie wool sal 03 yesterday biididinc was very brisk. Pricesi were Uie high est otj the series. For all sorts and in all sections buyeis competed keenly and there was a hardening tendency in prices at the: end of tllile day.

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A NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

A NARROW ESCAPE. Two little bojs, named Percy Minns and Arthur Clark, had very narrow escapes from drowning: on Saturday afternoon. They were floating ' upon a large log in the Vale. Creek in the vicinity of the Bathurst Gas Works, when the log overturned, throwing both boys into tne water, which, ai mis point, was between 12 and 15 feet deep. Young Clark pushed his companion to the bank, but' was unable to get himself out of the water. He would have been drowned had it not been for the prompti tude with which Mr. Stokes, the pound keeper, anted m communicating with the police. Constables Coleman and Roch ford hurried to the spot, and after a little difficulty helped theaboy out by means of sticks. Children should be warned against playing in the Vale Creek as at places some very deep holes exist.

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

? — ' ? ? H ... HOCKLEY. I At Ru Iter's Sale Yards on Saturfdar1 ? Gutter, auctioneer, had a very, sat E actory sale. Fat bullocks brought up| -s- fat calves £2 13s, springers r9' store cattle up to £2 iOs, - light drauSht horses £20 5s. ; ; ,- Tlie weather to-day is fine and warm, lng W° a severe frost this morn

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

I The Country. I PERTHVILLE. IB (From our Corresnondent.t I: 'o Wednesday evening last the 22nd ta. a concert was Held in the Church of England Hall, at Fierthville, to lwdp! litluWate the debt on the builalifi, lesultmg in a gookf! substantial sum terns taken at the doors. .With Mi-, flalkom, our local schoolmaster, /ns I-~y uisiimzer ana choirmaster,' everything went o££ splendidly, and a really, enjoyable evening .wab epenitj all. Wo wish' ' to extend our eartiesrt 1)hanks to this gentlemu/n/ 'to works with such unflagging energy- f0r tho welfare of our village, 'M who is noticeably raising line .?JWajl and intellectual stanitorCj of our

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OBITUARY. London. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

I OBITUARY. IB London. Sunday. ? The Countess of Elgin died yesterday I

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Wonderful Lights. WERE THEY SIGNALS? [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

Wonderful Lights. were they signals? On Saturday night considerable ex citement was caused in the town by the appearance of a number of mys terious lights which. showed out on the western i horizon. The strange o'clock, and continued until nearly 1 am. Tho light first appeared like a small search-light, gradually deve loping into a beautitul bright cloud, lasting a Tew seconds, and then dis appearing and leaving a red glow in tho sky. These .lights appeared in several places at once, aa on disap paring leaving the same red glow. They were first noticed on the eastern hori? sson,, then gradually worked across the heavens to the -south-west. ? The scone was a beautiful one. Late as the hour was, hundreds of people watch ed with the greatest concern. Many persons were in . fear and trembling, thinking 'the end: of the world was at hand, others put forth the theory that it. was a result of the signalling sup posed to be going on with the planet iVJ-UlO,.. - W1111U 1 ULUBi a, .' clBU-111...

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

'Shall I halve tlio baby?' King Solomon said, Addressing the women . (As 't'oulbtless you've read), 'Oh, no!' cried lihie mother, 'Such harm never do her! But give lier, i£ croupy, ' Woo OB* Peppermint - Cuwl' i j

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

Komn P0'5011 resulting from smal'i Even is becoming more prevalent. o» a sl'Slit an injury as the scratch: [oiJ!m sometimes cause bloodj Chnmi,?.?' . The sar° way is to apply tnJurv I am's ,Jain Balm as soon as the ment m? e ,)oen received. That lini onin„ '\utUs danger of bloodl pols about nl! causes the injury to heal in fee iiRnnf'i 'f10 time required; by, fcdguy ,;J,r2Ument- For sale by, U

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A FEARFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

, A FEARFUL ACCIDENT. ^ man namea Watson met with a 'Ehtfui and very; severe accident Etb e 1'ortUma Cement Works on: Erl iieit nis^t last' 116 WoS a ipon a wheel when, by some ta aiJa °5 oWlol'- hia body 'became cu res i in il: auc1i was dra,wn ui)!- ®1Q .Ij' wba that one leg waa broliei^ ' ' rj tho o tlier was bo Crushed jthiCC U ha-1 to be amputated.

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AMERICAN SHIPPING. CANNOT COMPETE WITH BRITISH. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

? AJTEIUCAN SHIPJL'IN G. ICANNOT COMPETE with BRITISH. London, Sunday. I The 'Times' of San Francisco sug gests that a ; determined demand be a„ain made to induce Congress to pass a ship Subsidy Bill or some such mea sure for the protection of American Tim Oceanic Steamship Co.'s steam Iers liave been lying idle for two rears owing to their inability to com jete with British and Japanese ves- 1 seis running between San Francisco, and Australia. Only five American vessels are now engaged in the trans-Pacific - trade.

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GABLE NEWS. THE BUDGET. NEARLY THROUGH THE COMMONS. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

GABLE NEWS. THE BUDGET. j . .nil Y THROUGH Tl-IE COMMONS. ^ London, Sunday. I I Ti10 House o£ Commons has agreed ill the clauses ol tlie Budget except t0 mber 71, which relates to the redue ',U of tlie permanent annual charge ? Vj. National Debt, the. 'considera- tion of which was postponed. London, Saturday, afternoon, fihroniclo' and 'Daily. News' I that it is probable ; that- there ^11 be a general election next Janu arv. jh0 'jlaiichester -Guardian'- says- , tlie weight °f opinion among the Opposi tion seems to favour tlie Marquis of i/uisdowne's proposal for the postpon of the Budget on the ground that tlie country should be consulted. The ?Guardian' [pointed out that .technically 1,1,1s would nui. ue mu Budget, as the Government could con tinue to collect revenue under, the Budget resolutions until the next Gen-j eral Election. ' '

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THE NEW WOMAN. HANDCUFFS AND SOLITARY CONFINEMENT. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

? THE AE W WOMAN.' I' HANDCUFFS AND SOLITARY I CONFINEMENT. ' | London,. Sunday. I1 Tie nine suffragettes who. were Sen tenced recently to imprisonment in Birmingham, for having molested the British Prime Minister, and whose hun ger strike collapsed on Wednesday, after a threat of artificial . feeding, have set about distinguishing them selves in another way. In their lat Iest effort to keep attention focussed upon themselves; they have resorted to violence, smashing the windows of tlie prison and making savage ; attempts to assault the warders and as a result of this outbreak, they are now hand cuffed and kept in Solitary confinement

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