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AUCTION SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

'. ' ' AUCTION SALE. . ! .-Messrs.'- E. - II. Tayilor aud Co., lmve .1 eceived ' installations tfrom Mr. . It. Stutkey ,'to sell by auction at ? tho; vFalrmeq's '-A!rms' Hotel,, lienr the .fuleyards,' .'to-morrow, at one o'clock Jsbarjj,, furniture, horses, ' farming plaiit; etc. ' ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

Mr. -'!. Coolc, South Isi'3, Q., says: 'Some time ago, -while cane cutting for Mr. Kerr, of Doolbi, I had a severe at tack of Colic and Diarrhoea. I got some medicine from the Qhemist but it did me no good. A friend of mine advised me to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I am pleased that I did, for after talcing a few doses I had entirely recovered and was fit for work next day.' For PHCENIX ASSURANCE CO.. Limited Established 1782. TOTAL ASSISTS.''. ...... ..£7, 000,00 CLAIMS PAID I5XCEISD... .. £44,000.00 Fire— Accident ! Employers' Liability. Poraonal Acc dent, Plate tflass, Public Iiisk, Burglary, F-£?lity, Guarantee. PROSPECTUSES [may be had on appli cation to TREMAIN BROS. LOCAL A GENTS FP Ft ? B AT H (7 R - T Clements & McCarthy 3ATHUKST N.SW. AUCTIONEERS, GENERAL AGENTS & VALUATORS Sales ot Fat and Sture StooK EVERY THURSDAY At the Bathurst Corporation Saieyards Tearing-Out, Land, & Other Sales To Suit the Convenience of Vendo...

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O'CONNELL STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

O'CONNELL STOCK SALES. ?' .1 Messrs. E. H. Tuylor . an'd--Co., will sell to-day at. one o'clock sharp' at the O'Coniieli saleyards wethers, stqro cattle) dnvugjbt borsesj- oaits .fillies. : ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

I ? ?'Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver F Tablets are purely -vegetable find .on : no ingredient, that can in any way ' be injurious to the most clo'iio-ato per ' Fon. Their action Is mllld antli gentlo , ? ?without any of the painful scnsatlonB 'i experienced by the use 'of Pilii3. Cham ; herialn's Stomach and Llvor k Tablets 'j act as b tonic, strengthen the system, and assist tho natural movement ot ^ hojrtls. Eos «ae b* Ca

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BAND CONTINENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

? -BAND CONTINENT' AL. .. The Continental to. -.lie , held in the Park to-night- should liavp the sup port oc all citizens who desire t« the District Baud compete at the , great . Ballarat Eistedfodi.'. The band' ?has a! wonderful record up to the ?present and it will be £5' great pity if they cannot make the trip through want of funds. It is a groat under ;'taking as there will be 28 bandsruea to provide railway fares and Ixotel expenses for. Mr. Lewins is vovy lVleased with the progress the band is making on the test selections mul hopes when the time arrives to give the Baldarat people a musical treat. It has been- arrange*.1! witli the !Aibunr Town Bant' to give a concjcrt in that town on the way to Ballarat. Tlie Albury people wish the Baud spccinfly to p)ay tlie test selections and the famous 'Smithy in the . Woods.' The jband selections to-night- will (include ail the Ballarat Test pieces -and the jjeautifuil Mozart selection that was the. test piece iu Sydney when tih* band ...

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

Ralph Derrick's Message [ CHAPTKR VIII. — (Continued.) j 'Grateful! There was nothing to be' grateful abo.ut,' fTrenbolme suid,i witihi a laugh. 'To serve you was my pleasure, the great happiness of my life. Why, sometimes— it is a selfish thought enough, aituM am ashamed of it, hut it will come sometimes — I am almost tempted to regret itolp'ltfs 5'eturn; lor -when you were poor and friendless, as you said just now, I dar ed to harbour hopes which both you ana your, brother might Uiinlc pre isumptuous now;' Hkj stoppett and looked at her eager ly, and again the blushes chased eaeii other across Olive's face. 'i flou't Ituow filial Halpii might think,' she said1 shyly, 'but for my (part ? ' And then she stopped sud denly aiuV looked confused aud -lrew a little, apart from .Trenholme, ae Is'iini, in, an elaborate tea-gown pi .Mhite lace arnt yellow silk, stepped ov er the' low. window-sill and slipped i pier hand holder Olive's arm. j . Site had been watching the , tetea tete for som...

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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

'\-''-:':;'''/i,iii2SENTATION'.'. : On Friday, night last Mr. and MrS.| Thomas Vof the Liihgow Post Office ;were : tthe recipients of, seveml bcauti tiil.; prcseniatlons from the- office stafi .«ri the; evo . ot their departure for !Wellingtoni The presents' took the ?form - of a . silver-mounted ' pipe, a. ('il^#'s ^companion, and a ,^lo:k.

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CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

CONCERT. ? . The concert held in .',thfe'. Oddfellows' Hall last;- evening in connection with the Congregational' Church '.Tennis Club was a success; A large ? audi ence was iu attendance, and seemed' thoroughly satisfied with ; the i enter-' tainment. The - musical ' and .Vocal items were interspersed with tableaux,' which made the programme even more ihtresting. ' \

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THE FRUIT INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

THE FRUIT INDUSTRY. On Kirkconnell Estate, near Yet liolme, Jli'. Wolstenholme has just fin ished planting 4000 apple trees, and will have another 4000 in another area by the end of next week. The varie ties planted are mostly those : particu larly suited for .export- purposes. Our district will soon be one 'of the larg est, if not the largest, apple-producing district of the State.. - -

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LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

LECTURES;'. The movement .inaugurated hy the committee of the ; Wellington School of Aits with tho object oi! securiBg the delivery of a series of University .Extension lectures under Uie a,uspicles of Bhe School of AVts in' the dlfTeitat' jo* !th'o western 'line has itesult ed in- success; Other institutions ap proached, including liatmirst were Orange anu Dubbo wjiich have fallen, in . wiBh, the proiiosal. M):\ R. C. Tcece who will most probably bo the lecturer, will deliver Uhree lecture-) 'in each of the towns, liis subjects be ing 'The Eastern: Question,' 'The Frendi Revolution,' and 'The Indus trial Revolution.'

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IT WAS HIS DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

IT WAS HIS DUTY. : .At the meeting of the residents of Orton Park, held on Monday night, Mr.' ohn Miller, M.L.A., was thanked for is attendance, arid alsoi- the considera I011 shown by him to the residents. Ir. Miller, in responding, said he ccded no Uiauks, as he : looked upon' he whole thing as duty and a plea-; ure. If lie had not' approved of the latter lie. would not have lifted bis ittle finger, but it was a matter which needed every attention.

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"THE HEART OF LONDON." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

'THE HEART OF LONDON.' ' The stirring drama, entitled 'The Heart of London,' was staged by Wil liam Antlers'on'te Compliny. .in tliq School --ot Arts last night. .Those In! attendance thoroughly , 'enjoyed . '(tho I play.' considering it. one bf tlie most vivid and realistic- ever presented In this town. The Interest of the au dience , was maintained -throughout tho | 'evening,: and great was its apprecia tion of many of the brave -and noble acts' which, were , pourtrayed in the drama. The scenery was most na tural, and It was -hard to Imagine that the incidents were only reproduc tions. ; The Are scene and' sensational rescue could not have boen more real istic than waB witnessed last night. .Those who were not present certain ly missed a treat, and we would strongly advise theatre-goers not to luiss 'the entertainment to be given by the company when they return to Bathurst in about a week's time. .

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BURNING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

' ! BU1RNI1NG1 1ACCIDENT. Mrs. iC.' Cassidy,' of Ophir, out from Orange, met with a very serious burn ing accident on Saturday. morning Inst. The old ' lady- was in the act of getting herself a cup of leu,- when sho ?was seized with £i- fit and loll lit« the' lire. Hen escape from .being burn ed to death' was consiuterecf a mirao-. Tho old lady's grand-daughter, a child of nine years, heard her grandmother falL She sprang from her bed and r,an to iier asslstunce putting the flames out with water, but not beTore the unlortunate olM: lady's clothe* were consumed. Mrs. Cassidy was severely biirnt abdut the arms, legs, nnd face, ,hut is progressing under careful niu sing lis well as can bo expected.

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THE MINER'S FATE. KILLED BY FALL OF COAL. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

THE MINER'S FATE   KILLED BY FALL OF COAL.   Sydney, Tuesday. John Crowley, a miner, 48, work-   ing at the Neath Colliery, Kurri Kur- ri, in the Maitland District, was kill- ed by a fall of coal this morning.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are purely vegetable and son lain no ingredient that can ln any way te injurious to the most delicate per son. Their action Is mild and. genUe ?without any of the painful sensations experienced by the use of P.l!s. Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets act as a tonic, strengthen the system, and assist the natural movement of the towels. For Tale by L. Edtfey ani Co. Mr. n. Cook, South Isia, Q., says: 'Some time ago, whlie cane cutting for Mr. Kerr, of Doolbl, I had a severe at tack of Colic andi Diarrhoea. I got some medicine from the CJhenilst but It did me no good. A friend of mine advised me to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I am pleased that I did, for after taking a few doses I had entirely recovered and was lit lor work next day.' For

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The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

The Federal Capital. j Our Sydney correspondent writes: — Having passed resolutions in favour of ceding a great tract of countiy to the Commonweajth for tiie erection of the capital member^ are how awaiting the next step by the Federal Legislature. They are likely to wait a- long time. .The Opposition regard the ' settlement of the capital question, as. tjlieir own particular perquisite, -amil. are not pikely to agree to ?? amy proposal whatsoever that may. be made by the Government. 'Moreover, 1 here is a strong section of Minister ial supporters who are bitterly oppos ' ec'i to any settlement whatever, [be cause so long as it is unsettled, the captial remains in ? Melbourne. And '?lastly; '.our. resolutions have helped to save Mri Dealtin'q race in a very em harassing situation. lnstei.d- of hav ing to confess that . his followers are r.ot sufficiently united to carry Yass I- Canberra -'against the Opposition he can now point out that the resolutions rtiin counter to the Federal C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

Busy Men. j Should Welsh, This Question, And - Profit By Another-^ Experience. Success in 'business is otten handi- i -ax»petl. : A man may have plenty of capital. May have energy in abundance. May know his business -rroil. And still success conies slowly. . It's a ease of too great a. buiden. ? The back won't carry it' all. - A lame ' or aching uack is a htindl j' ca^ ? . ;|;r \ Drive the acilie away, anCf make f ^-ork a pleasure. ' ; ; : | j Learn ^hat backaoke means. f Learn that baclraehe is UiWney ache, ii Learn how to shake it off. 1 '. Head how this man did. i j' Mr. J. H. Mai-sh, ? blacksmith, Ade . Saide-atreet,- Blayno y, says: - 'I have ^flived in : Blayney for . Uventy-se?.?u prears, and am well-knotm. Fora lons: : time I suffered with pains in. the . ; , maelc, I could not attend to my woli ; -propenly, and once 1 was in bed for : a week unable to move without 1 intense agony. Liniments, oils, and? ! other remekWes failed to give me any relief. ' ' One day' ia ' 'BatHui...

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VIII, (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

Ralph Derrick's Message , .CHAPTER Vl-11, (Continued.) 'Oh, Nina, you don't think ho, really? You cannot! ' she crieO. ? j Nina laughed agaii.. : 'Certainlly I do, my child! I know the world; I haven't lived in ArcaC'ia alii my life like you. 1 have seen lii'a end 1 know men — how selhsh Lliey are, and how little consideration tlrey have for the women wiiu love them.' 1 'I am sure sure you ought not to say so. Itailpli wojidhip's ( itlie vei-y ground you tread on!' Olive said in dignantly. 'A3r, but I am cleverer than most women!' Nina answere* ; cajm y. 'Let me see, we have been marripd nine months — Quite nine— and yet Italph is in love with, me still. Yes, lie is c'ertainily a inotfel of constancy, or 1 am unusually clever!': sue aaued,' wiijh a laugh that grated on Olive's cars. . c '-.: 'It is a species of cleverness I have no desire to . acquire,' ; Olivfe snid. 'I hope when I marry I shall have some love to give to my husband in re turn for what he gives me.' ? i 'Bah! You wi...

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THE SCARLET TROUBADOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

THE SCARLET. TROUBADOURS. ? ?There was a fair ? attendance at the School of Arts' last night, when ' Mr. Edward Branscombe's ' comedy concert company, the Scarlet . Troubadours, opened for a short season. The per formance . was . thoroughly enjoyable, and every item' on the programme was ?produced with such effect tlirtt en cores were demanded. The songs, duets, quartettes, and choruses' were such as to suit every taste, each per former being an artist. The . quar tette 'Sollder's Farewell,' sung- by Messrs. Mannering,.. Griffiths, Cunning ham, and Waltham might well he 'classed as; the best item on the pro gra'm'fiie. Those .constituting ' the company are Messrs.' Warwick, ' Man-, ''ue ring, Waltham, Cunnlrgham, and Griffiths, and Misses ? Maud Fane ' and Gertrude Parker. .' Mr. Lockard Grlf fiths filled' the position of accompan ist. Mr. Claude Leplastrleiv . in his lightning ; ! (sketches, afforded ? much pleasure/ -an'd '- made an. interesting break in the evening's . performanc...

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Catholic Congress. THE CHURCH HAS SOUND ANSWERS Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

Catholic Congress. THE CIIUKCH HAS t.OUND ANSWERS Sydney, Wednesday. At the Catholic-vCongress, which was continued to-day, Archbishop Redwood, of New Zealand, read- a paper on the evidences of Christianity,) and gave a general suivey of those evidences, and assured his hearers that the Church had .1 sound answer to , any scientific doubts or quibbles.

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