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AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE. THE BUILDING OP OUR FLEET. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

9 AUSTRALIAN DEEEJNt'ii. - ? THE BUILDING OF OUR FLEET. London, Sunday. : I Colonel Foxton, . the Commonwealth delegate . at the Defence Conference, slated in an interview that, there was to reason to doubt that the 1 Defence Bill would be warmly welcomed by the people for there is an opinion among ihe public that there is danger of war. Ill was impossible to say where the Sanger was, but it certainly existed. Colonel Foxton said that lie expect ed tliat by June of ,1912, at all ev ents, by the end of that year, the . Im perial Defence Squadron would be re lieved by the Australian fleet. When Ihe first units were built, other and larger vessels would be commenced.

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BURGLARY BOOM. SIX [?]XTENSIVE ROPBERIES. Melbourne, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

? BURGLARY ^BOOM. SIX 1 XT1CNSIVK UOl'BKKItS. ? Melbourne, Sunday. ? i he burglary- boom'-.contintu 5.' 'j |lc police received inforinaiion yesterday of six, extensivevrobberies. ;; Patoriion, La„„ and- Brucc's.','.VVarchouse::was robbed of goods valued at ^'1 00 ? v

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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH WOMAN BURNT. DIED FROM S[?]O K[?]IATER. Sydney Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

NEMmEGRAPH (from New South Wales Coui:trj Pi css Assouiituon). WOMAN JJURN']'. ,:''DlliD'PKOM S!10 K IATBU. .. fcvdliev.-Sllnrla.. A watnnn nannd 'Minnie Fiuucane i 24, died- yestfrday from; shock followiiv' I horrible Uunji;tijiuugh her cloihos caicli°- R ing .fire at' her placc .of emp'oyineni at I -I Burwood: 1 ' H

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

r^unicipal4 Council, The business paper for the ordinary meeting- of the Council 011 Wednesday is as.follows :— To consider correspond ence, to deal, with servants' reports,, to receive and adopt Finance Committee's report, to receive and adopt report of joint works arid Finance committees and to receive and adopt report of Parks' j !j,omniiitee. The Mayor to move That it be referred to the Works Committee to pre pare the necessary specification for the extension of Unnel at the Water Works ana that the committee be authorised to have tenders called for the work, such lenders , to be- returnable on the 13m October.'

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COMMERCE CONGRESS. DELEGATES LIKE AUSTRALIA. Melbourne, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

COMMERCE CONGRESS. DELliGATfiS LIU K A UjJTRA Lf.A I Melbourne, Sunda\. 8 Ihe Commercial Congress delegates 1 arrived -yesterday .afternoon,; aiid in a couveisation with'a few of the visitors it was. learned- that ' the coinpletest har mony prevailed among-them in ies'ect to the prospects ;cf , Australia as 'the country .for, the -settlement of I'mmi grants. ; It was stated that some of i|le delegates were so ; pleased with tlie ap pearance cf the; country that they have made up their . minds to send their sons to Australia to settle on the land.

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

: 1 HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. ' Harrison, Jones, and Devlin report: About G6,000 'sheep and lambs were yarded, chiefiy comprising really good quality woolly morino wethers and a large proportion of: extra prime weighty. Ewes were plentiful, mostly of prime to extra prime quality, with a fairly large sprinkling of good 'trade descriptions. There was a full attend ance of all' sections of the trade, the Sydney Meat Preserving Company and several exporters, the latter operating freely. Sales opened fairly brisk, with prices a shade weaker than was tho case on Monday last, continuing so throughout. Considering the supply forward market was a particularly good one, although' last Monday's im provement of 6d to 9d was completely lost. There was again a number oL consignments which arrived late, and missed . their : turn in sales. About 12,000 lambs penned, an w really good quality, though a large pro portion of the suckers were ratlier 011 the light side, and this ;class suffercii a decided f...

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The Spring Horse Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

The Spring Horse Show, -Preparations for the Spring Horse Show parade and speciall attractions are in active progress. . The inquiries for, schedules of prizes and particulars of the stock sales show that consider able interest is being evinced iu this and the adjoining distrcts. The Railway Department has wade arrangements to issue cheap tickets from Eskbauk and Orange and intei .veniiig stations to Bathurst, commenc ing on October 5th, and available for eiurn up-.to Friday, Sth; accommoda tion will be provided to bring passeu ers, from stations Eskbank to Batli lrst on the , morning of the show. It is expected that quite' a large num jor ^f side shows will be 011 the ground nd complete ,irr:in irinn enfs fm- inn. boon and afternoon tea have been made. , Horse-owners are 'looking forward to the lecture by a veterinai/5,i officer, who will also explain th^' provisions of the proposed measurS! re registra tion, of staMions. The- Bathurst. , District- '^Champion Band will discourse' s...

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THE BATHURST BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909

THE BATHURST BAND.     The Band Continental , on Wednesday   next in the Park should be a great   success. A fine programme of vocal   and band music has been arranged.     The following have kindly given their services to assist the band to raise the big sum of money to enable them to take part in the great Ballarat con- test: — Mr. C. Bradley, Master Kemlo, Miss Howells, and Miss Ward. The band will play all their Ballarat com- petition music, namely: Test and own choice selections, septette and cornet   solo by Mr. A. Hobson. So far there has only been L23 raised for the Bal-. larat fund, and unless the continental is a huge success the band will not be able to represent Bathurst and uphold, their' present title— the Champion Band   of Australia. It is, therefore, hoped that people will attend in great num-   bers, and not see their band barred for the...

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Between Two Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Between Two Women. Andersoa's Dramatic Company, per formed to a fair audlencio last night at the School of Arts. The piece chosen for the opening proWicLion was Frede riMc Mtelville's sensational urama 'Between Two Women.' The piece is. as interesting as sensationad, brim ful of pathos and exciting incidents, interspersed with la good vein (of comedy. The scene of the drama is in London. It is a thrlliling tf'rama from start to finish, and as the plot i&iadually unifolds itself, the audi .ehce become more wrappo'd1 up in the proceedings and voice jtjheir appreci ation by continued applamsie and ap proval. The company comprises some talented artists, and the interesting piece affordec'l them, on'c and all, ev ery opportunity to demonstrate their .;prowess in' itho tragic line, wliidU, 'li-'eiedless 'to say, is akxomplislied to perfection. THE HE ART. OF LONDON. To-night the great melodramatic suc cess written 'by, F.; Melville with \ tJhe a'bove- attractive title, will -be gi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

hair is wealth indeed, esPe' \]^TOyx cially to a wo man- If y°ur hair falls out, is v8S\ too thin, or is los f -.F ing its color, use J Ancri 2tair Vigor It will remove all dandruff, and will give you thick, long, glossy, and beautiful hair. Acccpt no substitute. Be sure you get Ayer's Hair 'Vigor, and preserve the rich ness and luxuriance of your hair to an advanced period of life. ? ? v ' Prepared by Dr, J. C. Aver 4 To., level!. Haas., U.S. A. NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. Mrs. A. E. Gibson, 75 Holtermsm-St North Sydnjey, N.S.W., writes:— 'My father and I have taken Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Before taking them nve were afraid to eat, but now we can eat wg15, 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 Tabules are an unequalled preparation for the cure Indigestion, and all Stomach: Troubles. Trice, 2s «(1 per tin. For sale every where.

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PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

' PORTLAND. On Wednesday evening' a very suc cessful tea meeting and coj.i'. ert was held in the public hall, Portland, in connection with tiiq Church of Eng land. The Rov. E. A. Iiomfiey, who commenced his ministerial ca'reer some years ago at S. Barnabas', South Bathurst, is the clergyman in charge. He is very popular in the parish, and is doing good work. . He has been successful in starting: a men's dub in connection with the Church, which, wq believe, is tho first' established in the diocese. The Von. Archdeacon Oakos i visited Portland during tho woolc, and had an opportunity of addressing the men, and entertained them for a cou ple of hours with his reminiscences of tho bush. Ho also attended tho tea | meeting and addressed the gathering. The men's dub hold their weekly meetings in the School of Arts lec ture room, where the time is occu pied in debates, readings, chess, and other amusements. It is intended to build a parish hall near the church as soon as funds are available...

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New South Wales Federal Liberal League. BATHURST BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

New South Wales Federal Liberal | League. i BATIIURST ; BRANCH. -Last evening, in response to an ad vertisement,, a meeting was hold at fieavis' Rooms for, the purpose of es tablishing, a Bathurst -branch of the N.S.W.. Federal Liberal League. The ohair; was occupied, by Mr. Robert L .? Gilmour, and .there: was : a renrosontiir tive gathering. Mr. A. ,E. Perkins, official1: organiser, - was '. in , attendance, and reported , the;; .-. progress mado throughout tile , 'Macquarie electorate. The .branch- havingj /been formed, the following oflleers ,^were o'ected: Presi dent,- Mr. ..Robert ;L; ^.Gilmour;; Vice— | Presidents,. Messrs.- F.-- J: - Tonkin and G. Whalan; Executive Committee, Dr. Maiphattie, Messrs;;,P. R. Staple on, A. Rigby, W. H., Webb, E. T. Webb, E. Golsby, R. ,Bolton, F. Blomiield, J., Simmons, J. Rivett, C. Boyd, E. II. Taylor,: J: Miller, L. Edgley, W. Gwil iam, H. :E. :Suttor,i,E. - M. Saunders, E. Turreli, II. W. Weigaiii, with power to add to their numbers; .Secre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Blood poison resulting from smal'i wounds is becoming more prevalent. Even so slight an injury as the scratch of a pin wlil sometimes cause blood,' poisoning. The safe way is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm as ,sonn as the injury has been received. That lini ment prevents all danger of blood pois oning and causes the injury to heas in about one-third tJhe time required by the usual treatment- For sale by It JSdglsy and Co. ?

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Church of England. WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Church of England. WELLINGTON. Tlie- Bishop has just returned from a very, successful tour in the parish of Wellington. On Friday; he hold ' a confirmation at Geurio. On Sunday he laid : the l'oundation-stouo of a new church at Stuart Town, and also con firmed in the old church a number of persons. : On Sunday, both morning and evening, crowded congregations assembled in St. John the Baptist's i Church, Wellington. In the . liiorn- 1 ing he confirmed 00 persons, and in Lho. evening preached on the subject of 'Prayer,' which lie described as tlie most, tremendous 'power upon earth, i The Bishop also: dedicated at the Same services a handsome brass altar cross and vases, which ? have been recently presented to St. . John's Church. The total number of confirmees was ?? 88. The Rev. J. ? McICeown; rector of St. Blary'sj Waverley,-; acted in : conjunc tion .with 'the rector of the parish (the Rev. Canon Brown) as chaplain. The Bishop, in the course of his mor ning address, spoke - very h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

f There -Is not -*- particle of opium or *other nalrcotic in Cliamherli'in'a Cough. Remedy, and lew has hpen since it was first offered to tho public. It is as safe a medicine for a child as for an adult. This remediy is fam ous for its cures of colds and croup, and can always be depended upon. For sale by L. Edgley and Ce.

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S. BARNABAS,' SOUTH BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

S. BARNABAS,' 'SOUTH BATHURST. The Rev. Canon Thompson has of fered the euracy: of St. Barnabas' to tho Rev. W.' Caton, who will shortly commenco his 1 duties.

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Special Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Special Licensing Court. The special .Licensing Court-i-was old yesterday morning, when renew ls . of licenses were 'granted , to the llowing applicants: — Mary Ellen Finlay, Tradesmen's rms Hotel; fee £20. William G. S. Francis, Royal/ Hor el, Sunny Corner,, feo i £10. - ? ? Richard' 'P.- ;-Konuiii - Grand '- Hotel, ee £30. ! : Annie* M; 'Knoos, Victoria ; Hotel ; ? fee £20. Mary McSorlcy, Family, Hotel; fee '£25. ? : { ; ; John - Meagher and '; .-; co.t - colonial wine; fee £3. j 1 Thomas Mac^cabee, colnial Svliie; fee £3. ? ?: - - ?

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Share Market. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Share Market, Sydney, Monday. Gold -Hill, contributing, 6/8; Broken Hill South Blocks, 34/6. I Broken. Hill Junction North, 37/(5. , British. Broken KUjll, 24/6J] 24'/9. Budgiery, 10*. . , . 1 Lloyds Copper, 2/6. :'?- 'T. . ; y 1 ?O.K. Copper, 2/7. . ? ' Mount David, l/7%d. , Broken Hill 'Proprietary, 45/9.

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Hill End. MACQUARIE G. M. Co. RANKINVILLE [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Hill End, MACQUARIE g! M; Co.- RANK1NV1LLE (By our. Special . Correspondent) . ^ , This group consists - of? the new Mac-, uarie, Caledonian, ??.Laiicash'ire -. Lass,.| ? andiwek, Flat Reef, 'Kentucky, r.-aiul thers, situated on both; banks of : tlie lacquarie River, and in the direct ine of' reels : from the famous: IIaw (;iiis',r?lill.: '.-.;.-It. is- this hill where Hol erman's Nugget, the largest in ? -.the world,' was found.. The reel's: 'are of onsiderable extent and thickness,- and w.ill (iyield thousandsj of 'tons- of ft-ore. ?ti present tliey are- working on, the ame line as the Paxton.reef, and get ing encouraging returns. In places eavy gold is showing, which warrants he expenditure ot further capital.. To this end, they are vildating: a company with a capital of :£36o,5oO, in :10s shares. The shareholders -iu the pre sent company will receive ' 'six..' fully paid shares in the new ! company tor each share they ; now hold/ The new company will provide £50 000 work ing cap...

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Catholic Congress. VIEWS OF CARDINAL MORAN. Sydney; Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Catholic Congress. VIE^S OF CARDINAL MORAN. Sydney; Monday. I The Australasian Roman Catholic Congress was opened tills morning There yas a large attendance. Car dinal ? Moran presided. \ * I-Ie said V- there were three things which; lie: desired to bring, under the , notice of theV Con gress., One; 'was, in regard to ' the -time of holding the congress; ; 'two- -was'jthe place .of .holding, ...and - three-was a 'mat-, ter of . particular importance' to the State. That'-it was his .wish; to sub mit'^for 'the consideration , of- the' ^Con- gress an outline of ? a scheme of as sistance for v: primary education -*' that might perhaps be introduced to , har monise with the views of the Cath olic ideas jand the publics-school sys- tem. ' i, A cablegram praying for the, bless ing of i tho ; Pope on ? the : Congress ^vas1 disptched to llis Holiness. ' , i . i The Cardinal then deliverod his in augural address, which was entitled, 'The Church and the World.' ,- After outlining : at some: .-...

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