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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH Shocking Death. NEWLY-MARRIED WOMAN DROWNED. THE DEMENTED HUSBAND. Brisbane, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

fiLWS Si TELEGRAPH U'Vum New .Souili \V;iU:h Cuunir\ i/lua:* As.iucisktiuu 1. Shocking Death. NEWLY-MARRIED WOMAN ? 'DROWNED. THE DEMENTED HUSBAND. ,;V/' ' Brisbane;. .' Wednesday.. As . the ? Mail steamer: Marena was leaving Sydney Heads .W Monday ' at- 1 teruoou for . Brisbane; she encountered the' full' 'force'oT the ' southerly gaie. '- Mr,-', uiid Mrs; Sampson Israel, ' who were -returning to Brisbane from 'their houeymooii, aud had . only , beeu mar ried three weeks, were standing. 011 deck,: when a huge wave swept oyer the vessel and washed .' Mrs. Israel overboard. The husband was also caught by the wave, ? aud had a nar row escajie. : i' The vessel ' stopped,. and a- thorough search'was made, but no signs of the unfortunate womau wero fouud. .When the vessel arrived tills rnorn ingj at- Brisbane, tho ' bereaved husband rushed- to the. shore, boiug quite do-, monted since, the shocking occurrence.

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FAREWELL TO MR. LEVICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

FAREWELL TO MR.- LEVICK.- The Rev. A. M. Levick and Mrs. Le-     vick, were entertained by the Cathe- dral choir at the Cathedral ' School Room last night, for the purpose of   saying farewell and wishing , the rev- erend gentleman and his wife a happy and prosperous career in their new   field of labor. The programme of   music, prepared by Mr. Jarman, in- cluded vocal solos by Mrs. Jarman and Miss Mm lumpy, and pianoforte solos by Miss. Hart and- Miss Brook. Miss Kendall recited twice. Each item   was executed in flrst-class style, and     the excellent music, vocal and instru- mental, and the elocutionary items,     were recognised to be work of artistes of a very high class. The Very Rev. Dean Marriott, on behalf of the Cathe- dral Choir, presented Mr. Levick with an enlarged photo ot the members of the choir. Mr. Levick, who was much touched by the k...

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VIII, (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

Ralph Derrick's Message . CHAPTER VJ1.1I, (Continued.) I 'X know!' — and Olive nodded and laughet. 'Wliy, I wou'd not marry him if — if there wasu t. another man in Lhe world!' she said indignantly. , 'it is difficult to say wjliat you might or might act do in sjucli deplorable circunutaines,' Haj'p'h said dryly, and laughed.. 'You would not be a lowet'' a chance, my dear. Nina would taike care of that. Now so to boil Ti is late — nearly twelve, Goo'tl ulglulf He kissed her/ and Olive -\ent liap piiy to her room, but Jong -Jafter she was fast asileep in lier white bed .iwith her cheek res.ting on 'her hand and a smile on 'tier parted lips, Ralph stood and 'looked into the fire with gloomy eyes a'nd a- stern, set' face. The audacious scheme which Nina had planned had succeeaed beyona His (Xf-ectaton. No one 'had questioned ,1ns identity or doubted .that lie was ihe true heir. He had stef.ped quiet'y and natural|ly into his dead .brother's ]Jace, and was filling it morer. worthily tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

I The cough that is contracted in .the winter, and which continues through the spring and summer, near ly always indicates some throat or lung trouble, and shouLd not be ne glected. The Ordinary cough medi cine may -.sooth', the throat', but it has not the, powsi: to. heal. Recovery Is not complete, and a second attack is more liable to follow. You cannot get a better niediclne for coughs of this description than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. -Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is ait excellent medicine for all throat and lung trouble, for it. liot only soothes tlie Irritation, but it heals the affected parts, and leaves them in ?such a healthy, condition, that tho danger of a seoond attack is removed. For sale by L,. Edgley and Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

If You Have . A cold, cough, uoae, throat or lung trouble, stomach, bov.-el or kidney com plaint, r--eurantlBm, neuralgia, USE SANDISR'S EXTRACT: five drops In a tablespoon of water. Remember, you can not expect tho good effects from any sort of oucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES bccauuo it contains etberdea) and nntlBeptlo substances not contained in other eucalyptus products. These, latter have caused grievous barm am* a death has resulted from their UBe. Do not apply an ointment to a aorel It kocpa back tho secretions. To wounds bruises, sprains, burns, ulcers, eczema and other skin troubles, APPLY BAN^ DER'S EXTRACT: 15 drops In a table spoon of olive oil. The effect will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, be cause it Is freed from the Irritating constituents contained In otksr eucalyp tus preparation*. It heals when otker* Irritate. Insist upon tho GBNTJ1NB SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you will derlv* tho brnofU! G'-'NURA L SERVANT, with come Know ledge nf cookin?. Apply in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

Doctors and Nurses.jjj RECOMMENDED BILE BEANS. Throughout Australasia, as the fiue3t medic. nc for all , liver and stomach troubles. Bile Beaus a.e puie.y vege table in their composition, and do not leave behind them those debilit ating at'ter-affecis so common to many of the old-fashioned medicines. . Bile Beaus do not profess to -have been, in use for ? fifty or sixty years. ,Tliey are the product of modern science, not the imperfect science oi fifty years ago.' You 'Am,' t buy a iQCuj^-yeaii-old model o£ cycle; iyou don't need a . fifyt-year-olcl med 'cine, Bile Beans are compounded to cure ailments set up by the fooil adulter tion and food concentration! ui to day; not the conditions and' the food of fifty years -ago. -; ( , -Bile- Beans are-, produced in. 1|he ' finest ..laboratories; . atid, as no ex pense ? is -spared in uieir production they cannot become a 'cheap' medi cine, : although their . price is within the reach of all. With Bile Beans cne Bean cncstitutes one do e. ...

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THE MINER'S DANGER. RUN OVER BY SKIP. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

: THE MINER'S DAGGER. RUN . OVER EY -SKIP. (Sydney,'. Thursday. . George Alston^ 50, a miner, was run! over /by a; colli skip at DuclcouHeld Colliery, Newcastle, to-day indl klllea

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

Mr. W. Cox, Humffray-street, Balla rat, Victoria, writes: 'I have been a great sufferer froni Rheumatism, and having obtained the greatest relief by the use of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, I cannot speak too highly of :it. When ever I feci the rheumatic pains com ing on. I give tlie affected 'parts a few applications, and it always arrests the attack. I know several people who have used Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and they all speak in the high est praises of it. ' For- sale by L. Edgley and Co, ?:

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A. H. and P. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

A. H. and P. Association. The committee meeting of the Bath urst A. 11. and P. Association was held in the Association's rooms yesterday .afternoon.- There were present: Messrs. R.' ij, Gilinourr President, (in the chair), J. Holmes, .C. Armstrong, J. .? .-Fleming, W. Dowling, G. M. Kable, D. McMillan,' A. A. Patterson, R. W. Peacock; J-. '.J. Sullivan, H. *13. Suttor, ?W: .'.I.y..Mn'PKIll«mv A .1: Rro willow. F. J. Tonkin, and J. Godfrey. . ' Correspondence. ! From the office of the Chief Commis sioner of Railways, stating that , ap proval liad.;been g.ven lor cheap tick ets to be issued lor trains running to Bathurst-. for the Spring 1-lorso Show, at the rate of single fare and a quar ter for .the .double journey, minimum 2s first class, and Is second class), at Orange, Eskbank, and m termediate stations, commencing on 'Tuesday, October otli, and thereafter i, by trains timed to arrive at Bath urst up to 12.41 p.m. on Wednesday,: 6th October, available lor return un til Friday, Oc...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

THE WEATHER. Calm, fine, and clear weather pre vailed in Bathurst yesterday, the same conditions being reported from oh r centres. Forecast : Scattered clouds ; occasional showers on t e spalotrd ; otherwise fine generally, bat a change is rapidly approaching the western districts with some rain and thunder; winds veering north.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

Mrs. S. II. Walker, 230 Humffray street, Ballarat, Vic., writes: 'Have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for four year, and know it is excellent. Have found it, most beneficial. Can recommend it to anyone. In fact, have done so many times, , and it lias accomplished' good results in every case.' For sale^ by L.v Edgley and Co.

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SYDNEY SHART, MARKET. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

SYDNEY SHAiRT, MARKET. Sydney, Thursday. Broken Hill South, paid, 128/. Broken; Hill Junction1 North, 37/. Broken1 Hill Proprietary, 47/. i O.K. Copper, 2/1L Mt. David, 1/5. British Broken Hill, old, 27/. ^ Bank of New South Wales, £50 10S. Commercial Baufc : of Sydney, £30 10s. | ! ; ! ;

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ACCIDENT AT WARROC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

. ACCIDENT AT AVARROC. A shocking accident occurred on Sunday afternoon last to the family of Mr. Hugh McDougall, manager oi Mr. C. S. McPliillamy's Warroo prop erty, 28 miles from Forbes. Mr. Mc Dougall was out driving, with lnsi wife and two young girls, aged ro- 1 spectively, 5 and 2% years, near their 1 Ihomc at Corinella/, 'Wiarroo. - The eiuer cniiu was - .picking -iri,ia llowers. Wlthour warning the horse made a bound, kicked out viciously striking the child 011 tii egi-oiwid 011 the forehead. Mrs'. . McDougall and ? her infant were thrown from the sulky. The latter was also kicked on the head, t -wliich was injured in. a dreadful way. The qMcr girl's frontal bone was also broken. : Dr.'' Delohery, 'of: Forbes, . 'wals summoned . iby telephone; and maMie the trip down tire river in- (les^ tliau one; hour. . After, attending to the children, he brought them to JForbos, and on Monday . he and Dr. 'Howse, of Orange, performed oper .atlons on tho children. The younger child has s...

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THE JAPANESE OUTLOOK [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

j THE JAPANESE OUTLOOK. i A little time ago one of the Import ant Japanese papers — the 'Aslii' (Tokio) — discussed the density of the Jtpanrse population and fields fors its emigration iu ?his wise: — 'It is a serious matter that in denseness of population Japan al ready ranks as the second or third among nations; and that with Ameri can doors closed against the race, there is little hope or an exodus in that direction. South America is a country that should be an inviting field. A still more lropeful field „ is Australia, with its proverbial natural treasure to be exploited. The South tSea Islands are at present in the monopolistic possession1 of European Powere, but the very climatic con ditions are against a large Influx of white s/ettlers. Japanese have givon a proof oc. their' capability in tho Vftrl fishery on Thursday Island, Thus for a century or two Japan need! feel no anxiety over its prolific productivity.' And from another well informed source we learn that, whatever xn...

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The Land. APPLICATIONS AND CONFLICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

The Land. APPLICATIONS AND CONFL1CTIONS. Following is the list of applicants for conditional purchases received dur ing the week ending Wednesday, Sep tember 29tli, 1909: — Pearce, Henry, Sofala, ac.p. 09/73, Parish of Dulabree, 90 acres. Pearce, E. J. Sol'ala, a.c.p. 09/74, Pa rish of Dulabrae, 90 acres.. Thompson; II. A., Palmer's Oakey, a.c.p. 09/75, parish of Dulabree, 5G3 acres. Ryan; J. J. Poiiianara' Creek, Sofala, a.c.p. 09/76, Parinh'of Carrol, 75 acres. I-lanrahan, D. A., O.C.P., 09/7S, Par ish of Dulabree, .104 acres.' ? ? Theobald, Eliza Jane, a.c.p. 09.7S, parish of Dulabree, 10-1 acres. List of applications for Condition al leases received during the week ending' Wednesday, September. 29tli, 1909:— , Ryan, J. J., c.l, 09/G0, parish of Car-, rol, 225 acres. ' , . v , . - Thompson; H. A„ c.l, . 09/61, Parish of Turon, 1S00 acres. - ? '.i,' ^ : 1-Janrahau, D. A., c:l, 09/62, Parish | of Walbrook, 105 acies. i Theobald, Eliza Jane, c.l, 09/63, Par ish of Dulabree, 30G acre...

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HOTEL TELEPHONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

hotel telephones; : In the House of Representatives on Thursday, 'Sir John Quick, Postmas ter-General, said that lie regards any proposal for establishing public' tele phones in hotels as objectionable. 'If an hotel-keeper wants a telephone,' he asked, 'why should he -not pay the same as any other bsuiness man, or shopkeeper? No rent is naid for nub ile telephonies, The whole cost is- - borne „? by the. department, and- all it gets is the penny foe for each con nection. If we apply free telephones to hotel-keepers, -.why-.-not to everyone eis.8,' It Is- a . marvel to -say that pub lic telephones have been granted . to shops but refused to hotels. There Has been 110 general' granting of public telephones to shejps. Public... tele- 1 phones should be erected only on rail-.- ] way. stations, and other such places 1 where the public can usestliem without ! liaving to go on to private premises. I can see a hard and fast rule would 1 not always work to the public ad vantage. For instance,...

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. Sydney, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. - 'Sydney Thursday. Sheep: 72,000 were listed for sale but less were penned; values 6d to 1/ lower. Wethers 8/ t® 19/6; ewes 8/ to 16/. 'Cattle: 1,2S2 yai-ded market unal tered; b'ttillocks £5 to £13 5s; cow?, £3 10s. to £7 10s.

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SUCCESSFUL SALE OF WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

SUCCESSFUL SALE OF WORK. I The sale of work iu conncction with the Methodist Church was a great sue- I coss. The goods sold and the tak lugs at . the door amounted to £59— £18 of .-which ' was taken the llrst n glit. After all ? expenses are de di-.cted, a balance of about £50 will remain. This throws great credit upon the ladies, who are to be- hear tily congratulated upon: their - achieve-' niant.. Though all tho. goods - wero not sold, a very small percentage1 Ve^ mained late last night. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

BUM'S ECZEMA ClEDjillEK Began as a Rash but Soon Thick Crust Covered Tiny Boy's Head— ? People Said Child Would Never Get Over It— Treated by Several Doctors and Two Hospitals. OTHERS FAILED BUT CUTICURA SUCCEEDED 'I think IIS but right that we should let you know what C''.t':eura has donii tor ovr lu-by boy WliHii three months -.6 J old a ni.-ii came on tsj- a J 1 his head, wlr'ch turn ? ' ' _A!;— ? od to oca-: ma and u think c; ust formed all W 'Tr LJ'-T over bi*i h*-.''.'. Pcoplt-1 ' l'B would not'ijet I, -?*%/ .] over it. We tried sov-. /V 0 eral doctors and two \ -hospitals, one being ^ the ? , but their treatment did not seem to do any pood. Seeing about the Cuticura Remedies in the paper, I wrote to you for a book. We then bought Cuticura Soap iinf; Ointment, and in a week the crust h.-ul gone and his head was like silk and his hair soon sprang up marvelously and we were ab.'s to get some sleep, and wo bless the Sunday we saw it in the pnp.T We shall always be praising and re...

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SKATE AND BICYCLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909

SKATE AND . BICYCLE. Yesterday morning, at 10.15, Pro fessor Eckard started at the Premier Skating Rink with the intention oi remaining 011 the floor, for 61 hours, thus breaking all previous records. The. skater started off at a rapid pace, and in the first hour covered 13 miles (273 laps) and by 1.15 p.m.: had left 33 miles behind lilm. . Mr. J. Ford, 011 his bicycle, started at 9.15 p.m., at which time Eckard had skated 95 miles. The machine, an Austral,' upon -.which' Ford rode, was fitted with a double set of handles— high and low, and a 94 goaiv A cyclometer was also at tached, so that checking was rendered unnecessary. Both men were - in sp1 . -1 i! condition, Ford does not Irs ability to ride for 50 hours, . .il. ' tiin condition. Ford does not auncc. i-.'ach man is entitled to tho quarwr o- \an hour oft in each 12 hours. .

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