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MEMORY. SENSE OF SMELL HELPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

MEMORY. SENSE OF SMELL HELPS. (By HORACE HUTCHINSON, In the '?Westminster Gazette.') It Is said of those who can 'neither rend nor write— a diminishing number that tliev have a better memory, as a rule, than those who can do both or either. I f we come to consider the mut ter. It seems that there Is a priori like lihood that this would be the ease. The man or woman of no reading must have less subjects to store in the me mory, other circumstances being c-iual, than a reader: and the person who has to trust to Ills memory, without aid ot a written note or work ot. reference, has need of a remarkably good one, for thinas within his ken, if his mind Is to make him or her a useful being in the community. It is said that experience confirms this theory, for the unlettered has the credit of remembering orders with an astonishing fidelity. He has tho. natural habit of paying them a closer attention than the man who can help his memory by a written note, and thereby they catch a stronger gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

Pimples, eruptions, blotches, scales, ulcerg, and eczema are all caused by bad blood. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are wonderwork ers '4n the cure o£ all disorders caused by bad or impure blood. They elim inate all poisonous matter by enrich ing the blood,, and- enabling it to make new and. healthy .tissues. Puie blood means perfect health, and if you will use .Chamberlain's' Tablets they will give you good health, . .and a pure clean skin free from pimples and blotches. ^orxsal'B by Edgley and Co. . ' . . .1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

The cough that is contracted in the winter, and which , 'continues through the spring and summer, near ly always indicates some throat or lting trouble, and should not be ne glected. The ordinary cough medi cine may 'sooth the throat, but it has not the power to heal. Recovery is not complete, and a second attack is more liable to follow. ? You cannot get a hotter medicine for coughs of this description than' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is an excellent medicine for all throat and lung trouble, for it not only soothes the irritation; but it heals 'the affected parts, and leaves them in such a healthy condition, that the. danger o£ a second attack is removed. For sale by L. Edgley and Co. PACE NIX ' ASSURANCE CO.. Limited iistablished 1782. I'OTAL ASSISTS ? £7,000, 'JO OLA'MS' PAID EXCEED... .. £41,000.00 Firs— Acoident ! Employers' Liability, Personal Ac c tlont, Pluto Glass, Public Riski Burglary, Fidelity Guarantee. ;PUOSPEC7?DSES .may be had on appli cat...

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MARCONI SYSTEM. BRITISH POST OFFICE ENTERPRISE London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

MAIiCOiM Sl'STIiM. BRITISH POST OFFICE ENTERPRISE London. Fridav. . The Rt. Hon. S. C. Buxton, ^Post master-General, announced that- ? the Poat Office hua bought the Marconi coast -stations,, except that at Paldhu and Clifden. which were shore to shore communications between Ameri ca, lor £lo.000, sterling, including the ethergraph improvements for the next 14 years. He also announced that the Post Of fice had purchased Lloyd's system of communication! with ships.

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PEARY PEEPING OUT. ACCEPTS INVITATION TO LECTURE London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

PEEPING OUT. iACCBPTS INVITATION TO LECTtJRE London. Friday. I -«r{ri5K Soraf 5.0,™ I ggSft ?

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MATTER OF NAME. "A ROSE-BY ANY OTHER NAME, ETC." London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

MATTER OF JTA3CE. 1 'A ROSE -BY ANY OTHER V . .NAME, ETC.' London; Friday. In the House of Commons, the ques tion was answered as to whether the terms Colonies, and Colonial were ap-, plied 'to the Commonwealth and its component parts. The answer was that the Coionial Office, in all formal matters relating to Australia, used the correet terms — Commonwealth or States, as the case might be.

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

Mipb Derrick's Messagt CHAPTER VIII.— (Continued.) Tiliere were granu doings tlia Christmas— dinner parties and a TjalJ, at wliicli Nina 'appeared 'in tlie' family diamonds, which liad been re set, and wliioh Jialdi never, showed to such advantage, on an.y of the cliate laines of the Moat as they did now v;lien adorning the beauty of old San dy McLaren's daughter.' ^Italpli ;felt very proud of Jier as he watched her moving among her guests and lls.en erace. . He several times ? f«und Iriki sell' wondering where she liad managed, to acquire . that air of distinct!#* ?which was her crowning beau'y and which separate® liei so. ' completely, from aHI the other women present. Olive also loolcedi very? pretty that evening, hut sihe ;was niot in tlie best ot spirits. . .Although . the ; evening was lialf over Geoftrey Trenholme, for Rome unaccountable reason, had fail-' ed to put in . an appearance, and Olive lelt 'a. little anxious and half, annoyed, and scarcely knew what answer- to' giv...

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GERMAN MENANCE. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

GEIDIAJT JIEJS'AA'CE. ? London. Fridav. ? The: 'Times': correspondent describes the: new German naval station at Wil helmshaven: as one of the best equip ped: in the world.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

fiiiimsa? ; LaaaBOTpjjp «^noBn« ' ^10,000,000 \ /tabletsof Sun^i\ 1 flight Soap Isold every week Ithis is the high' . | est possible proof \^jr7 i a that Sunlight / / I\Soap comes up I y, expecta- / i\ ; ^^tions. fl ' [Mil Our Mill* are Reliable *n«l Modern. They work with the hrtere. and »re eeif* repuJatinp in utornj.'i; the bearing can be changed with very little trouble, and in a few minutis Write us your requirements, and our Mill Expert will send full particulars of Mill and Outfit that will suit your purpose best. Wc mako and stock every need in the line— l'uqi)-«, Tanlcx, I'ipinc, TrouRhs, and can provide Capable Mf»n for erecLiiij: Outfiti* if required. METTERS, LIMITED, Auatralia'a Largest WAnafactnrera of Windmills and Stovea. 556-558 George Street, Sydney. ? ?

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THE WOOL MARKET. BRISK SALES IN LONDON. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

TIIE ~\VOOL HAifiviiT. BRISK SALES IN LONDON. '' London, Friday. At the Wool Sales last evening, a mixed selection was offered for-wn»ch there was a brisk sale, and p'-ices were ;l'ully maintainedf:

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CONQUERING THE AIR. CIRCLING THE STATUE OF LIBERTY. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

COXQUlilU-NU Till' AIK. t CIRCLING THE STATUE OF . LIBERTY. I London, Friday. - ? In connection- with ceicbrations . at New York, :Wiibur Wright aeroplaned around ihe -Statue of Liberty at the entrance to New York llaruor at a syeed or 48 111il.es an hour.

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CABLE NEWS. CRICKET. HOW IT PANS OUT. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

GABLE NEWS. UiUCKliT. , HOW IT PANS OUT. London. Friday. ' The total recipts for the live test matches between the Australian team and English were : Birmingham £1572, Manchester,.' £-3=153, Kennlngton Oval,; £4206:' TheVAustrahans will- receive as a moiety: of the gross gate receipts; £5451,' and; the- -first-class: counties: and the - Miirylebone Club £308 each, the ground where the : test/ matches were- played £523, and(the minor coun ties £45. '

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THE BUDGET. LORDS MAY CLIMB DOWN. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

THE BUDGET. LORDS MAY CLIMB DOWNi r--,: ???????; ? London. Frirlav. . 'The Daily News' says the omens tell -.strongly' In-.-ttie'' direction of the pass ing of the Budget1 by the House of Lords, and states that the influences of the Court are often used to avert a constitutional ,crisis and that influence was, to-day, as powerful as ever. The 'Daily Graphic' says that they have reason to believe that Lord Lans downe will shortly visit King Edward and looks onr this as an evidence of His Majesty's -interest in the pending crisis, and ataches the highest signi ficance, to the matter, esxieclally after Lord Rosebery's five 'days stay at Bal moral. .'

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NORTH POLE. DINNER POSTPONED. COOK'S STOCK SHAKY. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

JNOKTH l'OLE. DINNER POSTPONED, y COOK'S STOCK SHAKY. : / London, Friday. The proposed dinner to be given by the- Explorers' Club of New York to Dr. Cook; who claimed 'to have: dis covered the North Pole, has been 'post poned -pending-- investigations :into_ the truth- of his ; statement that he 'had reached'.tlie top of Mount McKinley.

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SLY GROG SELLING. FINED £100 OR SIX MONTHS. Wellington, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

SLY GllOG SliLLlXG. FINED £100 OR SIX MONTHS. '1 Wellington Friflav. ? The practice, of carrying bottles of spirit - around khe backblocks of Wel lington and selling the liqr.or has be come-very common since the closing of the hotels, /and - a man lias been fined £100 or. six; months' imprisonment for the offence. I This is a 'second conviction inside I of one month. In each, case the -pun- 1 ishment was the same.'

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MOROCCO. MOORS FAILED TO FIGHT. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

. aioijocco. MOORS FAILED TO' FIGHT. London, Friday. : Later details: In connection with the ! capture: by. 'the Spaniards of the Ruf fian .position, .states 'that- the Moors only lired three shots and allowed the Spaniards a mere march to the summit 1 General Marina s movement was a complete strategical success but, as he failed to ' engage the Moors, lie slipped back from the hiils and took the force of 'General Soto Maizo by surprise, , inflicting several casualties.

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TRAGEDY OF A MOUSTACHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

TRAGEDY OF A MOUSTACHE. Stung to a frenzy of madness because ho was obliged to have his beautiful black moustache shaved oft as tho re sult of-a practical joke. Esplano Tosta killed . his cousin, Mariana Tosta. at Glrardviilo to-day. wired tho Mahanoy City correspondent of the 'Chicago Inter-Ocean.' on July 1. One week ago, in a 'friendly' game of cards, Mariana reucnca across tno taoio and besmonred chewing gum over Esplutio's bristling moustache. For sovera'l days ho tried lo comb out the sticky gum, but the operation was too painful, and It was finally necessary to havo it shaved off. He brooded over the loss, and when he' met the perpetrator of tho joke on the a revolver.

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ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

ET. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 11 a.m., 7.30 p.m., Rey. A. Clark. Evans' Pilains— 3 p.ml

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

DUBBO, N.S.1Y. Georgo Keigliran, Rose Cottage, Mor gan-street, Dubbo, New Soutli Wales, writes: 'For about four years I suf fered from: indigestion, and it would be Impossible for one to, tell you tlie pain and misery I suffered during that time. Everything upset my stomach, and disagreed with me for hours af tenvai'ds. (Even after the lightest meal, I felt as though my chest was lining crushed in. I tried a great ma nv remedies, but to no avail. One morning I saw an advertisement in the paper about Dr. Sheldon s Dim tive Tabules, and thought I would try a box. After taking one l-ox, I To t much better, and after taking two box es I was completely cured * 'l™ nuite welUifl this day- Di. Sheldon s Digestive Tabules are an preparation for the cur o indues tlon and all stomaclv tioubies. i ncc, 28 6d per tin. For sale every whoio.

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Church Services. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3[?] CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF KELSO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

Church Services. ( SUNDAY, OCTO'BJlIU 3i' -. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 'PARTRT-T OF KELSO. ' ' , Holy Trinity—' 7.30 a.m., 11 a.m. , Duramana — 3 p.aa. - . 4. ' i Eglinton— 3 p.m. ' ' ^ . (Peel— 7.30 p.m. ' ' ^ Raglan— 7.30 p.m. j \ -

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