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THE BURGLAR BOOM. BURGLAR LEAVES PER WINDOW. A LOVELY STORY. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909
THE BURGliVlt BOOM. BURGLAR LEAVES PER WINDOW. A LOVELY STORY. Sydney, Friday. While going his rou*ds last night at the premises-:of . Reuben Brasch, a dra per' In OxfordTstreet,- a ^ watchman named. Moore encountered a burglar in one of the passages '\vith his face co vered with a mask. ? , The watchman locked him in the passage and went lor the ponce. : After, acquainting the police lie rush ed back to the shtjp and found the thief carefully at. work effecting his escape by way of the window. The watchman' immediately closed with' the intruder. Both men fell to the floor, and the burglar tried to take the revolver from the watchman's pocket. He failed to do this, but then knock ed the watchmaii dizzy with a blow 011 the jaw and smashed his way through three doors and a window.: The burglar then jumped 20 feet ou to the roof of the back premises, and was seen to jump into a sulky and drive away. The police—arrived shortly after, but no 'trace of the thief, who was be lieved; to be ...
LAND AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909
LAND AVAILABLE. The following lands in the Bathurst District will/ be thrown open on the I Mill inst. for original conditonal pur- 1 chase and conditional iease in virtue thereof: 7,1)25 acres of gracing land in the parishes of Coolamigal ana Fa1. nasli, county of Roxburgh; price ''per acre 1J/S; OSOO acres of grazing laud -i in the parishes of Castleton and Esk dale, county ot Roxburgh, price per ar:re. 11/8; 1280 acres -in the parish ...of lifliiiTaie, counlty ot Roxburgh, pricc ljer acre 13/4.
EPSOM AND METROPOLITAN. THE EPSOM. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909
EPSOM AND METROPOLITAN. ' THE. EPSOM. - Sydney, Friday. Parsee is 1 firm favorite, for the Epsom Handicap,- two points in ad vauce of Maltiue, Flavinius, and Gol den Slipper. . 1 )- A few points further away are - Ab- i origine and Blue Book. v ' ' 1 Then come Achillean, Hyman.-Kerlie, Kyeadgerie, and Black Buck. - . THE METROPOLITAN. . For the Metropolitan Lord Nolan, is is a firm favorite, at a short price: at two points in front of Flavel. Then comes Didus, Flavinius, Kye adgerie, Blue Book, I-Iayfield, Olivas ter and Golden Slipper.
VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909
vital statistics. The vital statistics for the quarter ending September 30th, recorded at tho. Court House, Bathursi, are' as' follows : .Marriges 16; uirths, maies 48, females II; death, males 20, females 23. Th a records lor the sanio period ;; of last yi ar .show: Marriages' 30; births, males ::!, lemales 51. Deaths,, males: ,21, females 15. - '
SYDNEY SHARE MARKET. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909
SYDNEY. SHARE AIARKET. - ' . - Sydney,' Filiia.v. Broken I-lill South clocks, - 35/4M!'d!. Broken Hill South, con'., £6 lis . Broken Hill Junction North, 3S/3; terms, three weeks 3S/4%d.. - .. - ::. Broken Hill Proprietary, 46/7%. Budgeiy Mines, con., 9d. - Broken Hill South, paid, ? £6 10s Gd. Queen Bee, 5/8; terms, one month, 5/9. ' ' .; ^!' ^ ; ' Occidental Cobar, .12/9. . ^ ? Blount Morgan, 74/6. c ,
REGISTRATION OF DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909
REGISTRATION OF DOGS. : , At the Court House 'asc year 1200 dogsn' were registered, bJt so far, tihds year, only 31S ^registrations have been mald'e. Some 900 dogs are yet: 1° registered. Owners ; of these anima's are reminded .that if their dogs are not registered ' before October 15th, they n (the owners) will Jbe ? liable to prosecution. ' - -
Increase in Butter. LARGELY DUE TO "ALFA" SEPARATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909
Increase in Butter. LARGELY DUE TO 'ALFA' I SEPARATOR. So marked has . been tho advance of dairying in NiSfW. the last ten years that the outimt or butter lias increas ed from less than 30,000,000 lbs. to ov.er GO, 000, 000 Tbs. It is a, lcnowm j fact -that the 'Allfa-Laval' Separator 1 has greatly .contributed to the in- 1 crease. Machines purchased 20 years ago are stljl in uso to-day doing good work, which' goes to prove the sut- 1 perior quality of material used is .manufacturing tth'e '. 'Alfa-Laval' I Separator. Why purchase an old fashioned separator when you can got an up-to-date one Hike the Regina| 'Alfa-Laval' -which _ will ilast I you a life-time and savo you pounds I A special feature of the Regina type 'Alfa' Is easy turning and light rimming, arid-' at all recent trials and' /competitions lit Mas easily defeated all competitiors. For full particulars of 'L-K-G' milking machines, 'Ufa- Laval' Separators, 'Cunda^l' Oil Engines and BoMors and all dairy appliances, write ...
MEWS BY TELEGRAPH THE WOOL TROUBLE. MILLION AND A HALF OF WOOL IN HAND. 150 STEAMERS AFFECTED. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909
OS BV TELECRAPH (From Now South Wales Country Press Association). I TIIE WOOL TROUBLE. , . MILLION AND A HALF OF WOOL IN HAND. 150 STEAMERS AFFECTED.' '' ? .Svdne'v. Fridav. Attempts to settle- the,; trouble -of the ;wool disputes v are : still in ? progress. - A large meeting of wooli growers was held ,-tnis afternoon, 'ahd-a-f-committee appointed to confer with the disiiutiug bodies/ and to ;-report the -latter ;to: a meeting Of the: growers. . : Wool con tinues to arrive. .^Nearly 800 bales reached ? Sydney by- rail this: morning, and at/ present the - market price - is worth £124,344. This, is an average value for a day's arrivals. As 110 sales have been held for ::a week, close on £900,000 worth of 1 wool is now waiting to be sold, and this, added to the ? wool previously ? in Sydney for sale, makes a total of about £1,500,000 worth. Besides throwing a number of men out of employment, it is estimated that between 120 .and 150 steamers will -. be seriously ? affect ed unless the...
Eylinton. PARENTS' AND CITIZENS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909
Eglimon. . PARENTS' AND: CITIZENS' i ' ASSOCIATION. ? (From Our Correspondent). I / The a^inuajl meeting of the aliova 1 Association .was hold on Momiuy last, | 'i22nd:inst and was fairly well attend- 1 ed.: Much enthusiasm was displayed gj and over 20 members joined, wlikh @ seems to augur wel^ for the tuccets h of the Association; during the com- 1 ing.year. 1 The annual report and balance sheet m was ? reaxli bv t.he Socretaiy, wJita §j showed that duriug the ytar, twenty; | meetings were held and various con- | certs and Jeetulres were given to raiso | lunds for the Association. Steps iveri) | taken, to have tho school renovated a | new fence put up, with the result | that the work Is about to commouio | and a number of educatioual articles k for tho school were purchased1. fe The total receipts lor. the -'eal | amounted , to ,£10 Ss 4d; Expenditure | £7, 9s. 4d., thus leaving a credit bal- | ance o£ £2 19s. On the whoJo tHo | Association has had a most succe-ss- | ftiil career ...
SAMUEL HORDERN'S WILL. £4,000,000 OUT OF CALICO. CHARITIES NOT MENTIONED. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909
SAMUEL HORDEltJi'S AVLLL. ' £4,000,000 OUT OF CALICO. CHARITIES not MENTIONED. ; Sydney, Friday. The will of the -late Samuel 1-Ior- I was published to-day. The estate will I probably amount to £4,000,000 and! the State stamp- duty will amount to £400,000. No bequests to charities or employees are mentioned, and , iu the will only; the family . and relatives of the deceased are provided: tor. Mrs. I-Iordern receives ? £2,400 a year as long as she. remains a/widow.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909
Irritations, scalings and crustings of the skin and scalp, with loss of hair, of infants, children and adults instantly, relieved and speedily cured by- warm baths with Cuticura Soap ?and gentle anointings with ' Cuticura Ointment. Guaranteed absolutely pure. Sold throughout the worId.\.DRpote: London. 27. « - Charferhousc Sn.; PAriP. o. Rue de 1'iix: AUitr* ttn, R. Towns Co., Sydney: IndU, B. K. r*ui, C '.IcuttA! ChlriA, Ilont? Hon? Dru« Co.: Japan, .Mo.rtira, Lta.. Toklo; rfo. Africa, Lcnnon. Ltd.. Capo . ? sT'wn. etc.: U.S.A., Totter Iinic A Chem. Corp., ; Bote Fmp*., 335 ToiumbUH Ave., Boston. ? oy-Post-tr--c, 32-pace. book, cHvtne description, Iroatmcat and euro ol torturing, dlflftfurlng humoura. gatiiui'st Cllxmes. ^sXtURDAV', OCTOBER 2, 1909.^
Commercial. SUSSEX STREET. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909
Commercial. SUSSEX STREET. Sydney, Fridav Wheat, milling, -1/8 %d : Flour, £10 17s 6d to £11. .liaize, prime diy yellow 3/10 to 3/m white 3/9 to 3/9 V&d. Cats: (Tasmania, white) 2/5 2/G; Al gerian, 2/1 to 2/2; seed, l/li t0' 2/1l' Bran, £4 15s; Pollard, £5. (. Potatoes, N.S.W. £5 to £7 15s ^ Onions, (Victor' -.-l), brown' arnica £-- o, £7; Japanese £9 to £10. Chaff, (South Abs.-alina, p im n beaten £4 5s to £-1 j.0s; Victor! -in prime wheaten, L-i to £4 as; medium^ 10s to ? £3 15s; prime oaten, £3 ts; oaten hay' (Victoria) £3 15s. '. Dcrriclc straw (Tasmanian) oaten £3; wlieaten £3''5s; Victorian, £3 Lucerne, Hunter River,' nlW' gie'cn , &' 3 15s to £4; old £4 to £4 10s. Butter, choicest, 104/; seconds, 84/ to 94/; pastry, 08/ to 7S/.
BATHURST FAT STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909
BATHURST FAT STOCK MARKET. 1 Messrs.- E. H. Tayjlor and Co., rc- « -port about 70 fat cattle were yarded « on Thursday 30th, September, to ;i ij goo'dj attendance of 'buyers. We sold jfl account Mr. : Browne, 13 (heifers ami I steers very small and light from £4 9 2s to £7 9s., averaging £5 10? !M; a account Mr. Lantell, 12 steers and j£ cows; £4 . 10s. to £7 10s, avei-apng [ |£5 13s 7d. We ajlso sold privately I account Mr. McSpedden 107 ewes ami j lambs at S/C; and at O'Connell on ^ Wednesday last on account 01' Gen. j ' Jones, 16 steers at £2 15; account Chas. Moore, : 25 lieifers and steer.-; at j £1 Gs; account Linnanc 14 nu.\'n! 1 cattle 25/ to £2 10s;; account Mr. | Bestwick, 1 cow at £4 13s; aoount Mr Ll'ther 2 horses (ligln) at £3 ISs €d andi £6. We ailso sold in con junction: ^iith E. B. Cousins and Co., | account Trustees late Tiios. Kite 03 | aWes freehold land at a satisfactory jpiriee. O11 Tuesday next at tho Cor ' poration yards we sell about l--3 elSeop and 2 truclts...
SYDNEY. PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES Sydney. Friri.nr . Seventy trucks offered, 30 passed. Over 3000 hags of potatoes were sub mitted, red skins , advanced 5/ pr.r .ton,:, and, , white, .skins declaied 7/0 per ton ; , choice v potatoes; o/C to 7 h ? priniG 5/0 to G/2; . medium t0 gooi^ 'V10 to 5/3; inferoir 2/. Prime swede turnips 2/11 t0 3/.' medium 1/10; inferior 1/1. Lucerne : hay, easier prime largo bajes 3/9 to 4/1; inferior 2/2; good small bales 4/1; : -inferior 3/. Medium lucerne chaff, 3/11. : . Prime chfickwiheat ? 4/8; medium Algerian, oats 1/9. Lucerne choice 4/3 to 4/10; pricM: 3/7 to 4/2; 'medium to good 2/S to 3/0. ! Lucerne from _ A. ' McKenzie, Wain t'ool, 4/1.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909
? T.TiTfiHllAltDT , Miss E. : Adderton, : I'pramanda,'' Bec slon-street, L.eichliardt, New South Wales, writes: 'We havo usee D). Sheldon's New Discovery. -'^t1 H cured my mother, br°th°r' and self of Infiuenza. A uphG. stop a fit of coughing Immediate y. It is a wonderiui reim-uj. . . _ Dr. Sheldon's .New D iscovei j , . Coughs and Colds is an iinequalled p c , paration for the cure of all chest com plaints and Lung Troubles. Pi ^ OA and 3s per bctt-u. ,For sale eveiy where. i - '