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AUSTRALIAN CYCLIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

AUSTRALIAN CYCLIST. A, J. Clarke, the Australian cnam pion, won the ' five miles championship of America on July i from Fogler, Root, anv; Fenn. Kramer started, but retired at 1% miles with a punctured two in vp.ferrinc to Kramer's per formance in 'the race, the 'New York Herald' states ?.^'Php'phecies that Frank Kramer, the national .cycling ?chani,pion; hail gone, stale 'Were borne out to-night , at, the Valisburg cycling 'track. wheu' Jaclc Clarke, the Austra lian rider, 'won the five miles Ameri can professional championship. A punctured- tyro caused ; Kramer's with drawal; ostensibly; but it was , clear he ?Nvas not in form. This- was further, .shown when ho failed: to qualify tor the one- mile: handicap. In the cham pionship Clarke rode a fast, heady lace from start to finish.' Chnmberiain's ? Stoniacih and l;iven Tablets are purely vegetable and .*ou tain no ingredieirf. that can in any way; be injurious to the most deHcato per son. Their action is mild ani} gentle without an...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY SHARE MARKET. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

SYDNEY SHARE MARKET.' Sydney, Friday'. ? Broken Hilt South, paid (terms 1 month), £5 (13s. Broken Hill Junction North, ' 2S/G; Queen Bee, 6/. British .'-Broken Hill, now, 22/0. Occidental, 11/3, Broken Hill South Blocks, 33/9. Broken SHill Soutilu paid, £5 12s Gfl. Broken HJH South extended, -3/G. '

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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MOROCCAN CRUELTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

MOROCCAN CRUELTY. ' The Powers have addressed a collec tive Note- to Mulai ? HalM. Sultan of Morocco, -summoning:. him to prohibit the torture ? of prisoners, and punish ments 'involving mutilation, or a linger ing death.— -And Mulai. will probably, promise to obey and then go and boil a few people in oil 'to show his contempt for the infidel powers.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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Commercial. SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

Commercial. SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES, Sydney, Friday. Fourtyfour trucks offered, 1G parsed. .Chaff, lucereno llay and potatoes lower. Choice potatoes, -7/ to 7/4; prime, 6/3 to 6/8; good 5/ to 5/6. /Prime largo .bales of lucerne » hay, 3/8 to 3/10; medium 3/5; prime ssuial'. bales, 4/8, i Choice chaff, 4/; prime 4/1 to 4/G; good 3/8 to 4/; inferior 2/9. . Algerian oa^s, 2/. - , ! : Swede -turnips, 2'/. '

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END OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

END OF THE WORLD. 'The Holy Ghost and Us' Society, whose visit to . Australia in '' tho my sterious yacht, Coronet, made such a stir, have received' advices -that the end of the world is t6 come at 10.20 a.m. Wednesday; September 15, At .lBiist such is the fact 'according to an American journal. After rriaking the statement 'and giving the precise time and date the account continues: 'Rev. Frank Sanford, who originated the sect and calls himself 'Elijah, the Uncrown ed King' and several other euphonious titles, says so. The Holy Ghost and' Us Society followers at 'Shiloh say he ought to know, and are making pre parations to don. the pure white robes, pass up the house-tops of their colony, in the -sequestered Maine ' village and await the dread moment. When it comes- they expect t6,; see t&ejsky go to smash, the earth busted' liitb; smith ereens, the sun tumbling' sohi'ewhere, and they, themselves , transplanted' into the realms : .o£ bliss, while, all others ?pass into dest...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

OPTXUXAJN'S VISIT. September 1st is the date of neoct regular monthly visit to Bathurst en Gibb. and Beeman, Ltd., the wen known Opticians df 6 Ilunter-stneet, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Park Ho tel. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.- All sufferers from any eye trouble, failing sight or headaclies, should consult us. One of the principals personally visits Bathurst (Ciiaa. Gibb, late principal of Charles Gibb and! Co., and J. W. Beeman (late Manager and Sight Specialist for I-I. A. Barraclough), who has been visiting this town for some years, are tho principals, so clients can rely on the most expert Eye siervioe in consulting us. Next visit September 1st. ' |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

The Bank of Australasia. (Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1835.) Taid up capital .. .. £1 600,000 Reserve Fund (of which £500,000 is invested in consuls at SO) £1,010,000 Reserve liability of Proprietors under tho Charter Xl.GOOOOO ? ? ? £4,810,000 A BRANCH of thi3 Bank has been opened at BLaVNEV, New South Wales, for the transaction of all ordinary Banking Busi ness under the mauogemmt of Mr. VV. N. KELMAN. (Signed) C. R. COWPER, „ Superintendent. Melbourne, ?l/O/'uy. Ufte ffiatlmrst ^tmes. SA1UKDAY, KEPT. 4, 1909, ? j

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BATHURST SPRING HORSE SHOW AND PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

BATHURST SPRING IIORSE SHOW | AND. PARADE. The Bathurst H. and P. Associa tion's Spring Horse Show, parade, and special attractions, to be held on Wed nesday, October 6th, promises to be .very successful. in auuiuuu iu ms parade of stallions, for which entries will be received free, classes are pro vided for thoroughbred' mares, draught mares, fillies and geldings, hacks, ama teur lady rider, -harness . turnouts, spring cart-horses, etc. Amongst the special attractions . will be found a hunting contest, pony jump, liigh Sump, trotting events, also a potato race on horseback, which should prove very exciting. In the evening tnere win ue a granu cuiiuu emm uu the Show Ground, in which special features will be introduced. When it is remembered that there will be sales of stud stock and horses in the mor ning, it will be seen that the commit tee is presenting an excellent pro gramme for the day.

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The North-Western Link. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

The North-Western Link. .We are glad to see our Wellington friends bestirring themselves over tlie question of the construction of a North tWestern railway link between .Wel lington and .Werri3 Creek. Tlie pro posed line is one of absolute necessity. Xt will pay; It is necessary to link up our Northern, Western and Southern railways; it Is necessary from a stra tegic standpoint and in time of drought, it will mean the saving of thousands of head of stock. Last sea son we had a frightful time out ''West whilst there was an abundance of feed on the North. Tfie only trouble was to get there. The 'Wellington Times'' people know what the last season was like, and they say:— 'While a drought is devastating,', say- the ..-wrest.' the ?nor- thern part of the' State may be bless ed with a superabundance of feed, and under present conditions there is no ineuus ui. irauaieiJius taut; it iruui uiie to the other without a long and costly railway journey through Sydney. Tills tendency of the rail...

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REV. R. B. S. HAMMOND'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

REV. R. li. S. HAMMOND'S VISIT. The Rev. R. B. S. Hammond will pay a return visit to Bathurst on Tuesday next, under the auspices of 'the Bath urst Electo -ate No-license 'League. He will be accompanied by a' noted Sydney elocutionist, Mr. McAlpine, and by the aid of a set of striking moving pictures, Mr, Hammond will .tell the thrilling !story. s entitled, 'Ten; nights in a bar-room.' Mr.-Hammond will also give several sketches of city life from his own. experience. Admis sion is for adults Is, and children half price. Reserved seats are Is Gd. The programme will comnience,_ at 8 o'clock. The opportunity will be' ta ken to introduce to the public Mr. John Yates, who has recently been appointed to the position of Organis ing Secretary of the No-liconse League

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

Mr. C. Coolc, South Isis, Q., saysS 'Somo time ago, -whti'e cane cutting fop jtn Ken', o£ Do'olbi, I lad! a severe at tack of Colic and. DiaiThoea. I got , some medicin'e from the Oliemist l-ut it did me no good. A Mend ot Tmna ; H advised me to tiy Chamberlain s Colic. . H Cholera and Diarrhoea Bemedly, anul I ; am pleased that I did, for a£ter taking a few doses I had entirely recovered anil was fit for work n t-xt day.' For «ale by, Ifc Edfgley, ana Co. . I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

lk'; jffsri 'Uk i^* ? ' ^sibcii Agents. REGULAR AUCTION SALENS OF S.. SKIMS, HIDES, TALLOW, BABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKIMS EVERY CONSIGNMENT RECEIVES THE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF OUR pHINr.DA,c WHO SUPERVISE THE CATALOGUING, MAKE THE VALUATIONS aL CONDUCT ^E SaS OFFICES and STORES » CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY, j 'I . ' j^Colfls, Asthino, Rronchlils nnd Vk- — a — — # Lung troubles quickly cured by^ wmmiim I bausam I | & dF I 1 aniseed I O/aU Chemists ati^d Stores, DOCI FORMS— ? ON SALE ' Distinguished everywhere Delicacy of Flavour, Superior Quality, and Highly Nutritive Properties Is a Valuable Article of Die^^ *' and should be in every home. f| ^THE 41k ( ? \ . II ? s p'Sertlen ' Bourkt lost' his bmnri -. «. K3 z^Settler;' IJdfni.ydoesrirheSerAgood I Ahchor GATE life mftfr | Address : Lombard Chambers, 107 Pitt-st., Sydney. |s|j ? ? — ? ? — ? ? ? t— — ; I ^ are (hot or cold) j| | I RELISHING AND ENJOYABLE Jj j ^ by the addition of ^ * ''A | I f| I I GKEESE has an exquisite f /'\ ' \...

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ANGLO-INDIANS FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

ANGLO-INDIANS FOR AUSTRALIA. Dr.-' Arthur is in receipt of a letter from Colombo from Captain F. W. Holde'ii,'who is acting as the agent for the- Immigration League of Australasia in the East, in. which he says: — 'X am able to report that inauiries for set tlement in Australia are still being re ceived, particularly for boys, but in the absence of school and agricultural col lege prospectuses I am unable to deal fairly with them. Dr. Arthur suggests that the hsads of. boarding schools for both boys and girls should send co pies of their prospectuses direct to Captain Holden at his head office at 98 Clive-street, Calcutta. Captain Holden has offices also at Bombay, and Cal cutta, and is sanguine of inducing a large number of Anglo-Indians to set tle in Australia. Mr. W. C. Wtockner,, Toowoomha, QutensHarfd. watites: 'Cbamberlainla Cough Remedy is an excellent Remedy. I J Siave been suffering l'rom a cold for. thn last two months andi it has eEeot(»d a cure. It is a pleasure for me t...

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A COSTLY LETTER. £50 DAMAGES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

I A COSTly LETTER. j £50 DAMAGES. ^ I Sydney. Friii nr. For dispatching a letter to the Illa warra Miners' lodges containing a li bel 011 Andrew Grey, of Bulli. Tho mas Richard Morgan was to-da^ mulcted in damages to the ? extent of £50.

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DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

HEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. The death is announced of Mrs. Har rison, of O'Connell, relict of the late Mr. Albert Harrison, which occurred at her residence on Thursday. De ceased, who has resided in the district for over 50 years, was 74 years of age, and was highly esteemed by all jfivlio knew her. She leaves a family,-* of five sons and three daughters, who will have the sympathy of a large circle of friends in their bereavement. The remains will be interred in the Church of England Cemetery, O'Connell, to 4ay. ~ '

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THE 'ASIA AT BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

THE 'ASIA AT BLAYNEY. A branch of the Bank of Australasia is to be opened at Blayney this mof-- ning, and the- little township may well feel flattered that a banklng'','{nstitu-1 tion of such importance has realised the good future ahead of that dis trict. The Bank of Australasia is a very sound banking concern, and when they open out business in our Wes tern District we may rest assured that they have confidence in our - re sources, It will be interesting to know that the reserve fund of the Bank of Australasia is greater than its: paid-up capital. I

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CONNERY'S CORDIAL CART. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

CONNERI'S CORDIAI, CARP Sir. Connery, of Bentinck-streot, has just completed ajorry for the special carriage of cordials.. A new depart ure haB been made in building \a con cave floor, with flushed sides, so that the boxes gravitate to the middle, and will not fall off. It is light for a single horse, and has a large turn table, to ensure stability. It is also provided with a swing brake, patent buffer check springs, and patent draught springs on the shafts, and is altogether an excellent piece of work manship. j

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THE COWRA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

THE COWRA snow. The Cowra Agricultural Show, wjjich is to be held on September 14th and 15th, promises to be a great success. A large sum of money is to be dis'tri dale stallion a prize of £25 will be given, while amongst other prizes will be, blood stallion, 12 guineas; shire stallion, 10 guineas; Suffolk Stallion, G guineas. Good sums of money will also be given for the trotting liandi caps, two prizes amounting to £*40 and £25. Further particulars are given in this issue.

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DISCOVERER OF THE POLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

DISCOVERER OF THE 1'OLE. Our Bathurst Scliool of Arts, which has— er— such a shocking bad collec tion of books on. its shelves, accord ing to that great literary authority, the 'Advocate,' happens to have Dr. Frederick A. Cook's book, 'Through tho First Antarctic Night.' We won der how many other country libraries have the book on their shelves.

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CHEAP EXCURSION TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

CHEAP EXCURSION TO MEL. BOURNE. The Railway Department announc es the issue of cheap tickets to Mel bourne by train leaving Bathurst at 4T2S p.m. on Wednesday, September 15.

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