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PROSPECTS AT OBERON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
PUnSPRRTS AT OBERON. . , : Reports from Oberon states that the winter just passed had. been a record one for mftlness. Very little snow had fallen, and the stock,' although weak In the autumn, held their condi tion The spring ,piosi-ects are 111010 premising than Tar many years- paoti A very iarg' increase in area for pota toes and other ci oils is being prepared.^ Taken all togetner, the .farmers and graziers out that way appear to be In for a prosperous yea .
The State Budget. The Treasurer's Statement, Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
I The State Budget. I The Treasurer's Statement. Sydney, Wednesday, I hi the House ot Assembly to-n.gnt, the Hon. '1. Waddeli rja.i the llnancia. statement, which occupied two liuuis v,(i 'delivery. ? . «no Hon. gentleman dealt with tlie Uaiiway aud Tramway 'li-ard, which enrolled property to ilie value 01 'oi,iy&»5Sy- Mucl1 ^ad beeu ' &£ua nst the Government ;ior ( .not: KOr on more rapidly m duplicating tue imlu trunk lines. The , Government realised that this mattjv was o£ grave importance. 'J-'he Chief Commissioner Informed him that they could carry [our tim'es as much traffic with dupli cations as they could on , the one line. It would be a great advantage if the western line from Sydney to Orange was duplicated, but the woik would take a good many years to carry out; and it was quite possible that so many calls would be made up on the loan expenditure 'i'or matters j of perliapjs st?U more pressing lm- ] portage that lie would bo unabie to provide as much money...
ORDER OF SALES FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
ORDER OF SA\LES FOR TO-DAY. Following is 'the 'order of sales at the . .C o r i ' 0 rat 1 01 ii. _ sale ^ yards to-day — . Fat cattle (90 ' drawn fo.). Me srs. Palmer and McFUtillamy, 1;, .Mr. E. B. Cousins. 2; -Mess w. E. If. Tayfor ant' Co., 3; Air. James Oasslciy, 4; Messra Clements .aiUi' McCarthy, Ei Ktl Sheep (400 drawn for) : Mr. J. Casiidy, 1; Messrs. E. H. Taylor and: Co., 2; Mesi^is.' Palmer ' and McPhli lamy, U. ? '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
?Mr. W. C. Woekner, Toowoomba. Queensland, 'writes: 'Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy is an eixcellcnt Remedy. I have, boon suffering 1'rom a cold for tlm last two months and it lias effected i i a cure. It is a pleasure for me to | recommend It to anyone with' a bact ] ca'd.' This is the opinion of one tlie i nldest and most respect id residents in Toowoomba, and lias been, voluntarily given in good faitih that others might try Chamberlain's Couch Remedy and be benefited as he was. For sale by L. Edgley and Co. _ __
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
If You Have A cold, cough, nose, throat or lung j troublo, stomach, bovrel or kidney com- 1 plaint. rheumatism, neuralgia, (JSE SANDER'S EXTRACT: fivo drops la a J tablespoon ot wator. Remember, you can not expoct tho good effocts from any sort ot eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES because It contains otherdeal and antiseptic substances not contained tn other eucalyptus products. These, latter have caused grievous harm ani' i death haa resulted from their use. Do not apply an ointment to a soret It keeps back tho secretions. To wounds bruises, sprains, burns, ulcers, eczema ftnd other skin troubles, APPLY BANS DER'S EXTRACT: 15 drops In a table- i spoon of olive oil. The effect will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, be cause It is freed from the irritating constltuants contained in otk*r eucalyp tus preparations. It heals when otker* Irritate. Insist upon the GENUINE SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you will derlr* tho benefit! WANTED, two Furnished 1400 IIS, for Married Couple. No ...
ALDERMAN RIGBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
ALDERMAN RIGBY. At last night's meeting of the City Council, Mr. Arnold Rigby was Intro- 1 duced to the Council .,,is the newly- i elected alderman for' North Ward.) Ills Worship the Mayor said that fori years past Alderman Rlgby had taken 1 the keenest interest In everything WllVIl HlO tl'al fntm n ? .. ' ? ...v m Lue council as its aim. He had been a true citi zen, and he was sure he would make a good alderman. Mr. Alderman Rlg by briefly responded, and took his seat amidst the hearty plaudits of his bro ther councillors.
QUEER PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
'QUEER PUNISHMENT. j The captain and six of Ills officers,] who were found guilty of gross care lessness In connection -with the wreck of the .Umphali, have been sentenced to have their certificates suspended for 12 months. . What a dreadful pun ishment! Not 12 months' Imprison ment, mind, but just 12 month's' re tirement from work which required the holding of a certificate.
GERMAN INFLUX. THE SUBSIDY EXPLAINED. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
GERMAN INFLUX. \ THE SUBSIDY EXPLAINED. Loudon. Wednesday. The QueensJand Agency in Loadoti ev.plainst that the Berlin agents vvho ,.-ie sending out the !S5 Grrnan families to Queensland were not re munerated. Their work was voluntary. Efiflflity families will probably tall by the Perthshire at tue enu m .October and tlie balance in November. (Probably, the £5 per man, £3 pw woman and £2 per child! granted by the Queensland. Govoinuien'. Is for assisted passu gea — EfBitor). ,
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
? '.THE , WEATHER. . ' ' ' \ The weather' conditions were fine, but a high, /drying (?wjipl, which will do much harm to young greCif-'sUVf, 1 prevailed. Other, stations r reported! calm, fine, aud clear conditions. Forty- I e'ght points fell in Sydney up to a.m. I yesterday. Forecast: A tendency ' for ; light showers in the Rivcrina. and1 S.W. slopes; others . fine generally; winds west to south-west'. ? TI10 tem perature for yesterday was: maximum 72 degrees; minimum 52..'
P. O. RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
P. O. RELIEF. ' . I Mr. J. Marshall, who has been/ ro- ( lievlng at the' Bathurst Post -Office Tor the past IS weeks, has b;e,i o'.doret' on to Nymagea where . ? he . will be .'tationed . for'-'a month. ';jtr. Maivhiil. ' has baen a courteous and ebliglnc officer here . anil , many wllll be' sorry \Oien they miss Uil';)1 dheoi-y. 'Goo.V tnonilng' and prompt atleutioii to the smallest detail is coniiec io 1 ? with vhe work 5of. the Bathurst!; Pest Office.
MACHATTIE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
' MACHATTlE PARK. ' ? Machattie Park will be opened till 'J o'clock at. night from Sunday next an(J aftor October will remain opon till JO o'clock up to March 1st next yet.r. /rom that date till the 1st- April'- the yates will be closed at 9 o'clock. From April 1st the park gates will- be clos ed at night till . the following summer.
Eight Hours. THE COAL AND SHALE MINES. MR. JOHN MILLER'S ATTITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
Eight Hours. THE COAL AND SI-IALE MINES. MR. JOHN MILLER'S' AITTITUDE. Sj:eaWtng on the motion for tho second reading ot tlie Coal ana Shaln Minos' Hours : Retjuil'.itiion B II, las: Tuesday,- Mr. J0JI111 Miller said:— 'As a Government supporter, I am jroiiig to support tho lion, member for jlCahibah in his advocacy of th s hill. if I do -not vole ifor the hill, I shall pair 'in its favour, and my leason. is ?Uh-is: Amongst ti'..c lew tn till - s;du of the I-Ioiisie, I have seen the acui'il conditions un'rfsr which- not oni'y coal 'miners, but shale-miners, -work. Of |,rll the si/eikers t.i-night representing 1 mining constituencies and coai-uiinei'S, not one Ihjasi said a word in xavour c-f tlio shale-miners. These mem are as important a body, though, perhaps, not as great in number,' as tlie coal miners, anX? their -work is mor« dangerouls. If tiliis bill is good for the coal-minor, it is stiill more good ?(lor the ishailo-miner. hi regard ,-to tho arguments of tihe, mover ? of th...
Military Wedding HOWARTH—AMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
Military Wedding HOWARTl-I— AMMON. At Christ Church, Whangarei, .New Zealand, on August 5th, the marriage of. Mr. Oswald 1-Iowarth', Captain of ] the -Mangakahia- Mounted Rifles, .was celebrated to Miss Helena Amnion, ot 1 Taheke. The Rev. H. A. R. Jecks | performed the ceremony, and the church was crowded with friends and onlookers. -The bride, who looked charming, was attired in a crepe de 1 chine costume, trimmed with. Honiton lace, -carried ? a -shower.. bouquet of fre sias and white icarnaCions. The bridesmaids were Miss M. Austen, who wore a clinging gown of .lilac silk muslin, and Miss R.' Austen, the: latter wearing a coral pinX voile, inserted with Valenciennes. Both bridesmaids carried white shower bouquets, made by Miss Clarke-Walker. In the. u 11 avoidablo absence of her brother, the bride was given away by Lieutenant-: Colonel Eccles, and' Lieutenant Kean Clarke (O.C.M. Defence Cadets) acted as best . man. The bridal party en tered the Church to the' strains of 'The Voi...