ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Bathurst Times, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 328,988 items from Bathurst Times, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
328,988 results
CYCLE TEST ENDURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

CYCLE .-TEST ENDURANCE.'' On Thursday! ?night;-;at S o'clock, J; '- Ford- will start ji's. cycle '? en durance test at the skating rink. . JIr. Ford is brimful of energy, .and is strong and weW trained. He will at tempt to ride 50 .-hours. One good point iu the arrangements is that b.v which' he is entitled to dismount i'roni his machine for a qunrter'of an hour in every twelve hours. We arc sure the general public will approve of this . departure in endurance... tests. Everyone' must admire - the 'perfectly- trained man, who can show what, can be done by a study of the laws of nature, .and .by care - 'of '? the* '? '-constt.tii- ' Hon, and the training and condition ing of the. muscles and heart with wliicL he had been endowed by . na ture; but it must he abhorrent to all sensible people that ? any ' endurance test should include.- a departure ' from any. one ';or ' inore ol' the.' laws of- ha-, tu re. We wish Mr. Ford success.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Compulsory Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

Compulsory Service. Ihe annual Uiuiier of '11' Company 011 Saturday in gut wus an object' les son to the Bathurst people coulu they ail 'liavu been there 10 see l'or 'tJxoni- ; solves how tue company — officers and weu — stand shoulder . to sliouider iu comrades. iu time of trouble with a Toiieign, jpower — aud -tliut trouble , is* sure to come, soouer or later — B Com pany . will fbe the unit of our.; defence uorce ilrst looked to for protection. .Wheu 'li' Company parades in inarch ing order with* bandoliers filled witn 3tM's, when every man 'ot -'B' Com pany starts- out to; take up his'^pos: ti.on to' fight to the death for our hearths and homes, then the members of the company will, be properly ap preciated. At the .present, . not one out of overy thousand of;our citizens takes the slightest Interest in Tom my' Atkins of 'B'' Company, or in the work he is Quietly doing. Yet these are the men we have to look to to de fend our hearths aud homes — our pro perty. Our citizens, aud a...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THAT CUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

THAT, CUR. I A Chinaman named Chew Jaw tea , been1 fined for smuggling opium. Chew. Gum is evidently at large still.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

Blood poison . resulting ;from small wounds is becoming, more prevalent. Even so slight an injury as the scratch of a pin will sometimes canse blood( poisoning. The safe way Is to apply Ohamberlain's Pain Balm as soon as the injury has been received. That lini ment prevents all danger of blood pois oning and causes the injury to heal In about one-third tihe time required, by the usual treatment. For sale bJ! 1» Edgl«y and Co. ? W. A.IvIgUEAN, 325 RUSSELL-STREET. Timber Merchant and Builder. ? JOIN RY MADE O ORDER. ilTIiioss' Oiitii i NEVER- FAILING REMEDY fo j.iurns, Scalds. Cuts, Bruises, Wound Chilblains, and External Inflammation Never-r ailing Relief for Pile- L'rire, Is' To be obtained from t. KEARNE, willinii ArS-HART Hairdresser and Tobacconist, HAS taken over the Premises be tween the Grand and Roya Hotels, lately occupied by Mr. R Misic, after being in charge of the Hair ? d essing Saloon, during tl e past eigh years iti connection with the busine carried on successively by...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

^ ^ I! I LEA and PERKINS' I : I ' Worcestershire | . j SAUCE. L I THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE. 8 j ABRAHAM'S PILLSl : / (PURELY VEGETABLE.) / - Rtmov' ?- The Great Blood - # URIC ACID, Purifier and S j { LIVER&KIDHEV WM& M™L , TROUBLE, ggPTf } cures { I BRIGHT'S DISEASE 0b &- f 2^v INDICESTIQR, \ GOUT, v?\ BILLI0U8HESS, I RHEUMATISM, { GIDD:NESS- ) I &c- DYSPEPSIA- \ ( Ths Safe Remedy for Ladies. Sold Everywhere f / SOLS PROPRIETOR; - \ I C A DD A II i M 12 Victoria Markets, j / I U. O. ADKAHAM9 George St., 'SYDNEY. ? ' ? D \ ' ' ' h I R SftFEK UNO BETTER ©EILINCS. j ;i I Something Different — something Better j ? y^fo E^V. H than the old type. The Wunderlich em- jj ', /o I bossed metal ceilings, designed and exe- \ ? iW W&WM ra I cuted ?-* experts, are an improvement in j * f'fl r A v Hi 1 every respect. They are Fire, Dust, and ij ^ - \ « H'l 1 Vermin proof, as suitable for Country or ! V| J®, vJ^f 1 for City, and can be installed without ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

AUBURN, VIC. William Lewis, 39 'Victoria-road, Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., writes: — 'We have found Dr. Sheidons' New Discov ery works wonders with our children. During the cold, winter month* ,wt would not consider it r,a£e u bo wifi cut it.' Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery far Coughs and ColdE is an unequalled preparation for the cure of : all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. Price, Is tid and 3s per bottle. For saie everywhere.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOT WEATHER YARN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

HOT WEATHER YARN. ' - Here's a real ihot weather yam from Philadelphia for which tho 'Record' stands sponsor. 'Will au asphalt pavement on a real hot day try- an egg?' wais- the question agi tated by half-a-dozen Pliijaideiphians who had gathered at a residence near 52nd and Vine-streets. One of tho men in the. pjarty offered to bet five -ic'bllars to two dollars that the asphalt would make a fair substitute for tho frying pan1. The bet was taken up and an egg was quackly procured. The experiment was made at four o'clock. ' In three minutes the albu minous portion1 of the egg had solidi fied into a pure white. In live min utes more - the yolk was doife enough to put on the table. The yarn sounds pretty warm; but it can be easily, outdone in our own sunny Australia!. During the disastrous heat wave ol ITanuaWy 1896, the tempjerature at Thargomindah (Q) reachfed 187 de grees tin the sun on one occasion. vlTialrlgomiiwiians didn't trouble aJbout frying their eggs on tihe pa/vement. In ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

Outdoor Workers. FIND ZAM-BUK A REAL BOON. Outdoor workers generally have skin trouble of one kind or another. Perhaps the skin jgets hard anU cracks most painfully; -or it may be that cold or dirt' gets, into some trivial injury, inflammation and festering al most certainly following. Cold-sores round the mouth and nostrils are also common, and so are rough and chap ped ..hands. Zaiii-Buk is . cqua'ly soothing and healing for all such con ilitions of the skin, and is consoiiiiunf py a real .boon to outdoor workers. Zam^Buk takes the smart out, kills pain, 'cools'' inflammation; allays itch ing, and ensures perfect healing with new, healthy skin.. Every - outdoor worker should carry a pot- in his pocket oi* tool-bag. 'I am licensed under the Water and Sewerage Board as a drainer,' says Mr. E. M. Hughes, of Alma Avenue, Marribkville, Sydney, 'and, during my occupation, I am constantly knock ing and cutting' my. hands about. ( Sometimes cement gets into the wounds and they become sore...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

If You Have A cold, cough, noBe, throat or lung trouble, stomach, bowel or kidnoy com plaint, rheumatism, neuralgia, USB SANDER'S EXTRACT: fire drops la * tablespoon of water. Remember, you can not oxpect the good cffecta from an r sort ot eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES because It contains etherdeal and antiseptic substances not contained to other eucalyptus iiroducls. These, latter have cauBed grlovous harm am' a death has resulted from their use. Do not apply an ointment to a soret It keeps back tho secretions. To wounds bruises, sprains, burns, ulcers, eczema and other skin troubles, APPLY BAMS DER'S EXTRACT: 15 drops In a table spoon of olive oil. Tho effect will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, be cause It is freed from the irritating constituents contained In otktr eucalyp tus preparations. It heals when other* Irritate. InslBt upon the GHNTJINB SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you will derlv* tha benefit! GO TO FATHER'. 'Go to father,' she said when. I lier to' wed, Now!...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABLE NEWS. THE NEW WOMAN. A DESPERATE ENTERPRISE. OVER-RULED BY LEADERS. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

''CABLE NEWS. the .m:\v \yoaA-. A DKSPKUA'l'ij j OV13R-UUUSD BY LUADKliy. _l_.°Utl011, Tucstltiv The. police seized inree mops wl'n'ci, had been dipped iu kerosene, )„ house close to Bingiey Hall, uirmi||..a ham, ; the house having been o-cui.hx during Mr. Asquilh-s v.sit by n,e men's Social and Political Union ° The Suifragettes admit that tlie'mo„s had been ?purchased . with a view sc ttlug 'fire - to th j tarpaulin cover jj the glass roof , of tho haj!l, but stated that their leaders overruled tlie i'de uujiiui iu. i'UKUIBLE FEEDINu '? 'The v radical ' newspapers prot ' against the forcible feeding of the suf fragetto huuger-atrlkers. Mrs p.uil.' hurst jind, her daughter u,.e to ^iurft.itiibe. proceedings agalilst lh„ Crown on the ground that ti)e |aw ? uly sanctions' , the forcible aUii«nis,i..? itiou of; food , in' tho case of tli0 iiK-„

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENDURANCE SKATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

ENDURANCE SKATING'.- V ' ' . Mr.' X. F.. Kayo, wljo ..i commenced skating at , the Wellington Skating Rink at i o'clock on Thursday .last, concluded at 11. SU on Saturday night, after -skating for : 5S16 hours' and cov ering -135 miles. His .previous record was 131 Vi miles in 50' hours. Haruild Rico, who' entered, upon his attempt at Lkhgow to establish:, a world's re cord, was successful in Ills effort. Dur ing the SO hours that lie. skated he -put up -132 miles, or an average of ' 7 1-5 miles per;, hqur.i The feat was a re markable-1 instance of endurance . skat ing: on the parti of ':the young 'man. '.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NORTH POLE. TROPICAL FOSSILS FOUND. FINE COAL SEAMS LOCATED. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

' (H' yiiE . aohi'ji roLE. , ; TROPICAL . FOSSILS FOUND. 'FINE COAL SEAjis LOCATED. '? London, 'I'ucsd.tv ? Professor MacMtilau, ot Peary's pedition, states - that he found a\u'' rock split open by frosts, bearing an impression- of a great tropical pine The petrified stump of a tree is inches iu diameter and fossil remains of tropical animals were found i„ i-.' titutle SI degrees. Pine coal soams were also loeated,

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INSPECTOR ANDERSON'S APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

INSPECTOR ANDERSON'S APPRE-J ' ' . ; C1ATJON.-. - lit , thanking the Police -j Magistrate,' Court-., officials, and solicitors who .had sent kind messages of-. sympathy, and who had visited hirii wliils. lie was held up after his recent' accident,.. iu- japector Anderson also included, 'al 1 my many friends who have been equal ly kind and' sympathetic.'! . EyerJ one Is glad to seo the Inspector about again.. aud^looking 11c and well.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEARY'S CONDUCT. DECLINES TO FREIGHT "COOK'S STUFF." London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

PEARY'S CONDUCT. DECLINES TO FREIGHT 'COOK'S ' , . STUFF.' : ' London .. ? ?uvgyjjv. Mr. .Whitney, who- was in Greeulami at the time, of Dr. Cook's return froirr ins Northern trip, states that Com mander Peary would not allow -my tiling belonging to Dr. Cook aboanl the Roosevelt. 'I was forced to leave Dr. Cook's box and other articles it Etah. commander Peary justifies his re fusal to allow them to puss 'Coo!:'s Stuff'' aboard the Roosevelt 011 tin: ground that he was, he says, aware of Dr. Cook's intentions to claim the discovery of the Northern Pole, ami was determined not to aid Ills project.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOSE LIGHTS. NORTHERN ELECTRIC DISPLAYS. THE AURORA BOREALIS. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

THOSE LHillTS. NORTHERN ELECTRIC displays. THE AURORA BO REAL IS. . . London, Tuesday. E.ectric disturbances occurred lit the most northern part of the hemis phere .simultaneously with the south ern effects; The Northern Lights were visible at St. Petersburg, and the Aurora liorea 1 is in France and Italy, but there won; 110 auroral manifestations in in- m-.,.,, iu Great Britain. The submarine ca ble didn't sufTer, though tlie connecting land lilies were disturbed. There were many outbreaks of fire iu tele graph offices in Northern Germany, due to tlie burning ot thur' coverings of tlie wires. 1

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOCKING FATALITY. MAN WASHED AWAY. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

. SHOCKING TATAim. ' ; 'MAN WASHED AWAY. Sydney, Tuesday. ? A terrible drowning fatality oc curred at Port ICembla last night. R. McMaster, foreman of the electrolytic works, in company with a friend, went to the water side aud- were In the act of fixing a camera to take a view of the raging sea when a huge broalter washed McMaster away, aud he was not seen afterwards.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

There is net e. particle of opium or ? other narcotic in ChamberU-in'a Cough Remedy, and iew lias boen B'nce it was ilrst ofTereii to tbc- public. It Is as safe a medicine for a child aa for an adult. This remedy is fam ous for its cures of colds and croup, and can always he depended upon. Fo* eale by L. Edgier and Co- ,

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORE OPIUM. 74 TINS SEIZED. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

. JioHE oriirar. 74 TINS SEIZED. ' ? Syduey, Tuesday. . ? Tho-police aud Customs officers vis-. ited; a house. ' iu ' Sussex-street last niglit, arid soized 74 tins of opium, tho tenant was arrested. r

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

THE PARK. Most beautiful pansies are now to be seen in full bloom In Machattle Park, and form a sight worthy of any onfe's/ attention. The cinerarias In , the fernery, now in (lower, are also a gay,: 'picture, and visitors to the park are' impressed with the magnificence ;Of the surroundings already.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KALLATINA'S EXPERIENCE. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

the kallatina's experience. Sydney, Tuesday. ? Severalt1 :passengers from the stcam or Knllatiun,. which left Grafton for Sydney ou Friday, arrived at New castle from Porl Stephens -this morn ing. Several commercial travellers who were on board state that iu all their travelling on tho coast thoy ne ver ? went through such a rough ex perience. . 'It was tho opinion of the oldest trainers . at Randwiclc that the gales blowing and the. rain 'which fell this morning was the heaviest and most severo ever experienced. The' weather greatly interfered with training . operations.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x