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

Scarlet Troubadours : to-morrow .night.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SCARLET TROUBADOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

THE SCARLET TROUBADOURS. Music jtovc-rs wi.l : dowbt.o.s ren em ber the , enjoyment dsii.e-t trim' Mr. KUward Branscoinbej's-. -Wesdu'lnjs'Uar Glee Singers, -some live- .- -years ago, and will be pleased to hear '.that he was orgamseu.a reany ae-ugntiut com bination that .appeals to all — the Scar- 1 let Troubadours,-- comprised : of eight ?leading linsiish artists; from .Ii„nt''on's'! foremost theatres.-s-'Tho ie'ason -alio e ! . commences to-mon ow jiiglit. The 1 jnalo qimrtettc accomp^niying tho 0 roubadours Is, said tc^ibe even tuper ior to that vMch Mr. ? Brantcombo biought with t.;e Wes.ml*. ,u-r Glee Party. An Interesting fealiuro in the new programme will ibe the lirst ap pearance of Miss Genrude Pailcer, ^vjh.o tor some years was the piincipal soubrette with Geo. Edwarde's ; Lonid'on Companies, and htr/ chaining and dainty manner. ha3: evoked enuiusinjsia throughout the : coloi.iss. Another: ?valuable acquisition is tlie inclu1 ion ot Mr. Claude Leplest. ier; a sketch and s...

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

Should know that the purest, sweetest and most economical method of preserving, purifying and beautifying baby's tender skin lies in warm baths with CDTICUKA SOAP And gentle applications of Cuti cura Ointment. For eczemas, rashes, itchings and chafings of childhood and for the prevention of the same, as well as for the sanative, antiseptic cleansing of ulcerated, inflamed mucous sur faces and other uses which suggest , themselves to women, these gen tle, emollients are indispensable. PoW throiiRhout the world. D«pnj.q: London. 27, Cliartcrhouae Sn-\ I'arls. f». Rue de ta PrJx: Aum.a Ha p. Town' Co.. IndK. B. K. ViWl, CiWttA: Chin*. Hone Kon« Drm Co,: Junio, r Tnk!o; *«. Afri'v'». T.pn'iOO. T.td., - 000 Town 'otr: US PntiiM* t mi' * Chci. Corp., fit* Ave.. Boston. Mns3. 1 Cuticura Cook on Cure of (tie Skin* The 8ank of Australasia, (Incorporated bv Royal Charter, 1335.) Paid up capital .. .. £1,600,000 lteserv-i Fund (ot which £500,000 in invented in consuls at 80) £1,680,000 I'.eser...

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

CIRCUIT COURT. The Circuit Court ?will' commence its sittings at BaUhurst en October 13ia I next.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

MAlUilACrit. BALL— -LEIC.— September 8tli, ut Holy Xnu'ty Ohurchi JColso, by the Kt. ituv. Dr. Guiuiiigo, Hialiup ot Bucuuist, imniated by tne Von. Archdeacon Uakes, Stephen Chl tord U Hreznon, youngest sun of Air. Wil liam Jiall, ot County Wionlow, ireluini Constauce, youngest dauguter ot the lion. Geo. ot .Loeiiulme, ileltm. Jjjflti gatlturst taws. TUESDAY, SEPT. 2S~igo9===''

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HARD TO SATISFY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

HARD TO SATISFY. It is liait'l for nature to satisfy ev eryone. The other day an old i ce- dent said: 'Best season1 since. 'S6. It's going to. be' all right. We're in for a gcwxll time and we* want it— It'll' be the making: of the country.' ;Tlhat night there was a sharp frost and nejxt Mor ning - ie was ? liedrd rto say:y 'The e '''are with your good seasons. I lenpw iiow it 'ud be. --y '/ought' to talk about seasons. The (country lll he ruined.' 'Why, wiiat's the matter , now' said a LystanderV' 'Matter. 'All my , Frencii t'ea'ns nippot'v by- the iblanied fiost. That's what's the matter!' and yet that frost was the . very tilling want ed to keep the fruit ibuds back and save the whoilo of the tfruit of the district! One bystander said: 'Well, dig the bally grouind ap again, and put in more beans. Thait's ?' what you'd 'better do.'

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The Fat Man Saved. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

The Fat Man Saved. . The North Waixfl Election lias shown that intelligent people aeenne lo be Undated Lo ,by any/ in-esponaih.e i-ody or any, irresponsible' rorson. fc'ome of the declarations by the de- ' feated candidate may sound well ? in his own ears. 'Menials of the Pat I Man,' 'Pari aii Jogs of ., Constanti nople,' 'Labor Rats,v '''Scurvy indl .viduals,' 'Ment;d Mice,' 'Rigby's hottle-hoUler,' etc., etc., , (. doubtless sounded like solid argument . to the defeated candidate; but, the ordinary person who. doesn't- make 1 'a' luss' about the extraordinary brain poSver . he possesses, failed to see tihe point .and Mr, Flanagan is at liberty to .sleep again in -Dan Deniiliey's grave at Milltown or any other grave' lie may choose to scloct. Next time Mr. 3' lanagan is selected as the - brain est . man of the P.L.L., we aXflvise Ihim to 'keep bis fliead shut' and .'refrain from pens, ink and paper..

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

OPTHJIAJTJ'S VISIT. September 29ffli (is tho date of next regular monthly Tksit to Batnurst on Gibb and Beemam,, Ltd., the veu known Opticians i'f C Ilunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Park Ho tel. -, Hours: 10 a.nu to 5 p.m.- All sufferers from any eye t.iouble, tailing sight or headaches, whould consult us. One of the principals personally visits Bathurst (Chas. GibU, late piincipal of Charles Gibb and iCo., and J. W. Becman (late Manairer and bight Specialist lor H. A. Bci.rraclougli), who has been viaiting this /town lor some year?, are ttoo principals, so clients can rely on the most expert Eye service In consisting us. Next visit Sept. 29th.

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Sew Buttons On. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Sew Buttons On. ? The Rev. B. J. Meek, wlio is uni -' versally .-liked and respected by all creeds and pressmen gave some use ful advice the otiher otiy to the young ladies of Pixie College. He1 advised . them to sew .buttons on. A' clergy man who has earneWi respect and ad miration ot pressmen must be some thing ajbove the ordinary and it is just such a man as Mr. Meek wlio has the knowledge - of human ; nature r.nd the sound common-sense of- a . man aind a clergyman who can preach a sermon of tiiiree words— 'S'ew but tons on.' Another preacher . would have made a |long sermon on the t'lities of mothers. He might speak for hours; but he wouldn't have the Bound common-sense to say just 'Sew buttons on.' Mr. Meek knows that the wife and mother who 'sews hut tons on' lias not neglected any of l or other duties. Our girls oif to-day ere not as- their mothers and grand mothers .were. Thpy sewed buttons on in ..the .old ^days. ffihere was more Bense in Mr. Meek's 'Sew buttons mi' than in...

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

' ?FOOl.'BAXL. ' The Hairdresser s anc''. Tobacconists 'fc otball team will ; leave -for Newbridge by the 1.40 traiii1 oil Wednesday to i-lay the N;ewlbrldge -jToatbaH.-- team.) The team' will 71 oe chosen jfrom the following:— J'. fson, ' . E. ^mitli, , J.. Darralt, J. Loivlmer, T. 1-Iennessy, J._- Berry, D. Wil son,' ; S. ' Sloeombe, ' A. Thompson, P. Brown;- , T. McDonnell, jr. Howard, W. Rogers, D. Keai-ney, A: Shea; L. . Fi:alley, R. Davis, J. Bur dett, H. Brianit, ? T. Ro'per, ;T. Bamp ton, J. 'Thomi^oii, J. Rogers', D. ? Daw-. £.011; P. Dawson^ ..T; vKearns, A'.ip'. Connor, W. .Toln^son and ,T: Dawson. A. O'Connor- has'' been ichosen captain and Thos. McDort liell v. manager pf . tlie team. .' ? -.

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Local and General. SHOP ASSISTANTS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Local and General. SHOP ASSISTANTS' UNION.' I A meeting of those interested in the S!hop Assistants' Union is called for th's evening^ -at ; Beavis' rooms, when the business will be t'ne preparuiion of a log to be submitted to the Wages Board i ,, 1

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VIII — (Continued.) 'lie is so good to me— you don't luiow how gooil,' she said .to UeoX irey Trenhoime one day as they stooc'4 on uhc Jawn together waiting lor1 Ralph, who was talking to JenKinB r.bout a foal in which boffli master and man w(ere- equally interested and' from which great tJhiugs were expect ed. 'He is ilike a fairy godfather to me, for 1 liave only to express a wish, and Jo, as soon as pjossdile ijtl is granted! The day before yesterday was my. birthday, as you know'— .and slie 'looked up ad him aiii'; smil ui sweetly; jtllie flowers you s:nt me tro almost as l'resh as ever. Wjhat t.'o yau think .lie gave me for a birth- j day present?' ? ?Hi™ nan l toll ? That wvtetty ban gle wliicih. is shining on your' wrist, no'w, perhaps? I don't ijemembeir seeing It before.' Under pretence of admiring the b !'aC',eleL Trenliolme took .Olive's (hand in his ownv.anlil looked down- at the. pretty bauble. 'No, that was Nina's present. . It is i.ot p...

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

W. A. McLEAN, 325 UDSSELIi-STiiEET. v Timber Merchant and Builder ? JOINERY MADE 'O ORDER,

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

ii ^ II & Majesty thF- * | LEJLmdPERRIN? ' I I Worcestershire , j I THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE , 1 | ABRANAM'8 PILLS 1 j (PURE LY VEGETABLE.) / - Removes Great Blood ) \ URIC ACID, Purifier and - * the cause of fe '*? 'j I mr-n -T-n.il A \ LIVER &KIDHEY — ER TGKiC- l TBOUBLE, V A® ;::) cures ( I BRIGHT'S DISEASE IHDIGESTIOH, \ gout, B1LLI0USNESS' RHEUMATISM, CIDD:NESS- ) - &C. DYSPEPSIA. J jj Thi Safe Remedy for Ladies. Sold Everywhere / / SOLE PROPRIETOR: ( j| J. S. ABRAHAM, i I ft SHFER HKO J J BETTER ©EILINGo | £ ? Something Different — something Better j j v^Td E'£\ j than the old type. The Wunderlich em- jj ' t 1 '-osset' metal ceilings, designed and exe- * '; f£i Li \ J J cuted by experts, are an improvement in S (? fl v \f h I j every respect. They are Fire, Dust, and ij '? ' \ w M ' I Vermin proof, as suitable for Country or s ?; wh 't City, and can be installed without J r I d'fficu,ty over existing wood or plaster, jj ^ I rendering it both sightl...

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

The Country. ?. OBERON. (From Our Correspondent). The annual, ball in conncction with the A.II. and P. Association took place in the large pavilion on Friday nighc, and proved to be a great success. The nail was tastefully decorated lor the occasion, by Messrs A. Morton, J. Se ivell and W. MacDougal. The duties Df Ms;C. were creditably : carried out Uy Messrs. J. Kewell jaud E. Hum phries. Music was supplied by Messrs. ivicuee (piano) and Ulien Yeupnoni um). At midnight a sumptuous sup per was partaken of in the small pa vilion, this being generously provided by the ladies. The weather was fine, and the attendance very^good, and an enjoyable time was spent. ;? The pro ceeds amounted to £21. The follow ing ladies were present: Mrs. Hum phries, black' merveilleux; Mrs. So well; floral silk, red roses; Mrs. Hughes, cream silk; Mrs. Jinnings, blue dewdrop chiffon over silk; Mrs. it: Wilcox, black silk: and 'lace trim mings; Mrs. Wyre, black chiffon glace; Airs. A. Stevenson (Essington P...

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Charge of Bigamy. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Charge of Bigamy. Nellie Maud Mary Whiffeu, 28, was charged that she did, at Sydney, on June 1st, 1904, marry Herbert Henry Lewis 'VVhifllen, and whilst so married did on June 1st, 1909, at Bathurst, darry Dennis Terry Mullins, the first husband then being alive. Mr. Kenny appeared for the defend ant; ? .! ..... Consable Sheehy deposed: On the 19th instant I went, in company with ConstaUle' Boon, to accused's resid ence- in Keppel-st. There I saw accmei?'. I asked her her name and she replied, Nellie Whiffen. In ? answer to some questions,- she told me she was mar ried to Herbert Whiffen in Sydney in 1904, and to Denis Mullins, at Bath urst,; ill ,1900. At Bathurst she was married by the Rev. Father Flanagan, when there were two other witncsSeB present. ..... She said niie admitted ev erything, and that what she did had been done in ignorance. She did not think she was doing wrong, because she had never lived with her first hus band, and had thought the marriage null. She had only t...

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

Mr. n, Coolt, South Isis, 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 dhemist out it did me no good. A friend of mine advised me to try Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, andi t am pleased that I did, for after taking a few doses I had entirely recovered and was lit for work next day. t or PHCENIX ASSURANCE CO.. Limited iSstablished 1782, TOTAL ASS K'i'S ? ? ? ? ? ? £7,000.00 Oil AIMS PAID EXCISED ? £44,000.00 Fire— Accident ! Employers' Liability, Puiso'itil Acc dent, 'Plate (jlass, Public Riski Burglary, Fi^' ^ity Ciluarantee. PROSFBCT'CJSIDa may be had oil appli eatiou to TREMAIN BROS. LOCAL A GHNTS F'-R B AT HIT R-i T Clements & Mcoariliv 3ATHURST N.SW. AUCTIONEERS, GENERAL AGEHTS & VALUATORS Sales ot M and Sfcure StocK EVERV THURSDAY At the Bathurst Corporation Saieyards Clearicg-0ut, Land, & Other Sales To Suit the Convenience cl Vendors....

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

Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are purely vegetable and .on Uta no ingredient that can in any way £ it^irious to the most delicate pe-'- con TheTaction is mild and; gentle without any of the P^M eensaUonB exp'erience'l by the use of P.lla. Cham jk?: t&SeX ssj.

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BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

C'ilAitiriOiNSHlP. Sydney, Monday. . Owing, to tlie heavy rain, the 'final of; the Australasian Amateur Boxing championship has been postponed un .il to-morrow night. :

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

SJcaiilet Troubado'ui :s to-nwrrow night.'.

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