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

Throughout Austcalia voea ring — A Cure ! A Cure I A Cure ! Tho only really certainic thing Which Summer, Autumn, W mter, f-'pring, Will cure will cure, will cure Your coughs aud colda, aud make them bring Glad tribute to their healing king — Woods' Groat Peppermint- Cure. WAN'l UTJ. a Woman, a8 COOK and LaUNDItESS, or as Cook without , wasi.ing. Apply by lettsr to Mrs. N OHM AN 1 SUTl'UR, ' 1 urona.' J' IBEItALS and Suppoi-tlers. Im, J poi-tant Business, Banquet Room, ?MASONIC 'HALL, TQ'-NIG^nv W. Gwilllam, Hon. Sec. FOK SALE, an Edison Standard PHONO GRAPH — -perfect order — over 70 Re cords. Address, ''PHONOGRAPH,' this Office. GG LAYING COMPETITION WIN NEUS OF N.Z. — The Mothers of my Pulicts and Rooster won tho above Compe tition in 1908 with 1,350 eggs. Their Sistera won this year with l,3d3 egg6. I am getting four or fivo eggs every day from six I'ullots. I can dispose of a few o'ettiugs at 7s Gd. Apply 217 KEPPISL-STUISET. (CANARIES FOIt SALJ3 ; good wliistlerg. J Hens for b...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909

JIETJIOD1ST CUUltCII. The .Women's Church Aid .Society, in connection with the William-street Methodist Church, have arranged for a. jumble evening, on Thursday, Sep tember, 2nd,' at 7.30. The' meeting will take placc in the- William-street Lecture I-Iall. .. There will be an in teresting and varied programme, con sisting .of musical items, and compe titions for -the 'young folk. Mr. E. T. Webb has -kindly consented to. give a number of selections 011 his grama phone. . Light refreshments will also be [provided. 1 Admission is by a gift in slid o£ the sale of the work, which is to be heid- 011 September 29th. A very pleasant and profitable evening is ! confidently' anticipated.

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

V. ;v !( and Exhausted — Almost Ready to Surrender and Cease Fighting tlie Battle of Life. If your blood circulates poorly and your nprves.are weal. ; if you J&Zr aro despondent SmW ? and discouraged, , mmW I v nh stomach out { {?/{?!% (.[order, and have ff|f|i,\y i.nli^esiion, sick headache, weak U muscles, and you find your day's duties almost too much for you then there is help for you in AYER'S Sarsaparilla Ii will arouse the digestive glands to more activity, will purify your blood* help you to refreshing ''sleep, and give renewed force, tone, and strength to your system in general. Ayer's Sarsaparilla has benefited many thousands of tired and discouraged people and will surely benefit you. As now made, Aycr \s- Sarsa parilla contains no alcohol. There are many imitation Sarsaparillas Be sure you get 'AYER'S.' Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowclf. Man., U.S.A. AY.EE'3 PILLS, tlio bent family laxatlr*. NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. ,,??? M|rs. A. E. Gibson, 75 Holterm...

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

Ch'amheriiain's StomacJh' and I/iver Tablets : aro purely vegetable and /on lain 110 ingredient that can irl any 'way be Injurious to the most delicate per son. Their action is mild anty gentle without any ol tliie painful sensations experienced by the use of Pills. Cham berlain's Stomach and Uivcr Tablets act as a tonic, strengtiben! the 'system, and assist the natural movement of the bowels. For sale by L. Edg'ley -and Co. 4 F* ir' «? . lor Indigestion Eating carelessly frequently causes stomach troubles, but careful eating will never right them. When your stomach is out of order It needs help which no food can supply. It must be thoroughly cleansed, settled, anci strengthened* Food never does this, it will only aggravate the trouble, are the greatest corrective medicine human skill ever compounded. Don't attempt to cure yourself by dieting; you -will half-starve and get little or no benefit. Give Beecham's Pills a chance and you will again know the pleasures of a sound digestion....

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HARRY McDONA'S COMEDY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909

JLVKllY McDOJfA'S COMEDY ra - - UOMT.tNY. 'The Merry .Widower' was staged last night to a most appreciative house. Other attractions in the city no doubt affected the attendance, but what was lacking in numbers was made up in appreciation. The brunt of ? the burden was supported by' Mr.' Cosgrove, as the Merry Widower. The role of 'the mother, -in-lawi was played to -perfection'- by Miss Cross, - while Miss Sherbroolte brought down the house as the Gaiety Girl. Harry Me Dona was inimitable as Josh the Joss. Mr. Francis had an .easy task as Wal ter Penby,' and Mr. Barrington made a capital man, servant. Miss Viola D'Arcy flouid have done justice 10 a more difficult part than that of Mrs. Glovelr, while Miss Bird was great as Sophie, the maid. 'Throughout the piece, the house was in frequent roars of laughter, and songs were intro duced during the acts. .This comedy is to be presented again this afternoon at 2 o'clock,, and those who enjoy a good laugh should not lose the. opportunity...

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MOLONG RACECOURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909

iirOLOK(J ItAOECOUItSE. A combined meeting of the P. and A. 1 Association, and the Jockey Club ut Molong, it was decided to sell the I present ^how-ground and race course and purchase 'a more suitable area lor show and race purposes. ?: 1

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909

TUB TYEATHEK. Mild, though cloudy weather was experienced in Bathurst yesterday. Up to 9 a.m. 21 joints of rain fell. Other stations reporting rain were: Rockley 16 points, Condobolin 10, Dub bo 10, Orange 17, Forbes 23, Hay 4, Hill End 23, Parlces .17, Mudgee 32, Wellington IS, Cobar 5, and Walgett 13. Forecast: Generally fine on the coast and western districts; showers in the central and S.W. slopes, affecting the tablelands and South Coast later; cool S.W. winds. The maximum temperature for yesterday was 51 1 degrees; minimum 3S. '

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BLAYNEY PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909

? — ' ? 1 ?? '? ? ? — «!? j BLAYHEl' PROSPECTS. ' Spring-like weather and constant rain have been responsible for a very forward growth of crops at. Blayney, and that part of the country . looks ? better than for many years in August. ? Prospects for the coming spring are excellent both for crops . and feed, while dairying, which has been1; very poor.,, the last few years, will be ? in ?. creased to a considerable ' extent Holdings'- are now carrying very fair ? feed;, and' stock sent . to warmer .dis trict's for winter , are now commenc ' ing to return. ; ;

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COUNTRY RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909

COUNTRY RETURNS. ' The' counta-y returns of rainfall to', 9 a.m. yesterday are as follows: At Mi'. G-J. H. Sutherland's, Gowan, S points from' 5 p.m. Monday to 6 p.m. yesterday; at Mr. N. Suttor's Euro na, 3 points since 6 p.m. Sunday to j 6 p.m. yesterday; at Mr. J. J'. Sulli van's, 41 points from 0 a.m. Sunday to 6 p.m. yesterday; at Mr. .Charles | Boyd's, Rainham, about 10 points from 9 a.m. Monday to 9 j).m. yesterday; Anderson Brothers, Fremantle, 59 points from 9 a.m. Sunday to 9 a.m. yesterday; at Mr. W. II. Webb's, Hath op, 23 'points from 9 a.m. yesterday;1 at Mr. E. T. Webb's Littlebourne, 58 points from 9 a. in. Saturday. j

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909

GJ1UKCH - OF EAGiLAJVD. The Bishop, who left for Gulgong 011 Saturday, returned to B^athurst by the early -mail 'train on Tuesday mor ning. -On Sunday he held a confir mation- at f.St.- Luke's, f Gulgong, ., and confirmed, 22 ;? perfeons.';, . In ;the' even ing. the Bishop, ^r'eacheili On; behalf of lie ? Restoration Fund. ' On Monday lio was . driven; by Mr;' Rouse, of Bira gambil, to Goolma, where, in spite of drenching showers,'; the'' church was well,, filled;, vauil .2s persons were pre-, sentedi-'for 'confirmation by Archdea con Gfior., The Bishop is due at Bourke on Sunday next, and at Wya Iong. on the Sunday following.

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

If You Have A cold, cough, nose, throat or lung trouble, stomach, bowel or kidney com plaint, rheumatism, neuralgia, USE SANDER'S EXTRACT: flvo drops In tablespoon ol water. Remember, you can not expect tho good effects from any sort of eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES because It contains etherdoal and antiseptic substances not contained to other eucalyptus products. These, latter have caused grievous harm and A dfirtfh htifl maulf At ? i_ ? ~ iwouitcu iruui ineir use. Do not apply an ointment to a aore? It keeps back tho secretions. To wounds bruises, Bpralns, burns, ulcers, eczema ?nd other skin troublos, APPLY BANH DER'S EXTRACT: IE drops in a table spoon of olivo oil. The effect will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, be cause it is freed from the irritating eomtituents contained In other eucalyp tus preparation*. It heals when other* Irritate. Insist upon the GHNTJlNB SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Ind you will derive the benefit!

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FURNITURE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909

FUIIMTURE SALE. I -Buyers of- -up-to-date furniture and appofoi/tmenta; (are reniindted that Messrs. A. S. Low and Co. will sell ou account of Airs. -McDonald at her resi dence, 14 Henry-street, the whole of her up-to-date furniture, etc. The sale commences at 2.30, and is abso utely without reserve. I

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THE HOTEL DUDLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909

THE HOTEL DUDLEY. The Hotel Dudley, situate as it Is, on the, heights ot Bathurst, is' an. ideal place lor visitors , who . desire' to com bine the. advantages of a clear and in C ? : .vigorating air with perfect ' scenery: Mr. -Kaiser, the host of the Dudley, is ??'a past-master in the 'art ot hotel con- I ducting, and &very matter in connec tion with the - entertainment and coni . tort of' guests, comes under the ? per sonal supervision : of : Mr. Kaiser . him-, sell. The rooms - are, large ami beau - tifuily furnished.. .Visitors .will And that letters or -wires to the Dudley will secure -every attention; .

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1st BATTALION, 3rd A.R. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909

1st IUTTALION, 3rd A.B. Major Wallace Brown, representing tiie O.C., will be 'in Bathurst on Sat urday to, inspect B Company, 3rd A.R. As this 'is tho filial examination of Held training, , it is hoped that there, will be a full . muster, and that the -!pub- lic will take the: opportunity of seeing what our., men. look like at the end of their preparation. ? ? ? ? ? ; , - 0

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OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909

ornuiAN's visit. September 1st is the date of nest regular monthly visit to tSathuret on ? Gibb and Beeman, iitu., the wen known Opticians of 6 I-Iunter-stneet, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Parle Ho tel. Hours: 10 a-m. to 5 p.m.- All sufferers from any eye trouble, failing sight or headaches, should consult us. One of the principals personally visits Bathurst (Chaa Gibb, late principal _ , of. Charles Gibb and Co., and J. W. '? V ? Beemaa (late Manager and Sight Specialist lor H. A. Barraclough), who has been visiting this town for some years, are tlio principals, so clients can rely on the most expert Bye service In consulting us. Next visit September 1st. r ,

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THE BATHURST BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909

, TIIE BATIIUBST BAND./ It; is desired that'. v the Bathurst Champion Band go to. Ballarat to try and wrest- further honors, from the ?? competitions in which the best-. - bands in Australia will take part.- : It- costs a good deal of money for the Bathurst . iDiiuu lu inuiu! tub' journey w uiuiuriu, 1 ?and a movement is' on foot to raise I ? the necessary funds. Those of our | citizens who can afford to c contribute | should take the opportunity of ?? doing | so. , Let us have ouiy Bathurst Band j beat Australasia, and then we have j s ? the - chance of getting all Australasian 1 Bands coming to Bathurst to get the I 'ashes' back. ( 1

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

Blood poiso* n'GBUlting from small ?wounds is becoming more prevalent. Even so slight an1 injury as tho scratcir of a pin will sometimes , cause hioo'QJ poisoning, 'i'life saro way is to apply Oliamberlain's Pain Balm as soon, as the injury has been' received. That lini ment prevents all danger o£ blood pois oning and causes the injury to heal in ahout one-third ijhie time required; bj; the usual treatment Tor, sale by, L'. Edgley. un'4 Co,

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER I. (continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909

Ralph. Derrick's Message CHAPTER I. (continued). Nina had many, admirers, most of ?whom she treated with; exasperating indifference. The only two , for whom she showed any preference were Kalph Derrick and Derrick . .Mason, young Englishmen. They had eoine together to San Juan a few months previous to Nina's arrival, had worked in the same claim, shared the same shanty, and were evidently on terms of the closest friendship. Each, had been first at tracted to the other by a certain resem blance to himself in gait, features, and] maimer. They were about the same | height, had the same colored eyes and hair, the same obstinate .expression about the lips; but the resemblance was only external, ; for 'the character, and disposition of. the two men were totally different. Ralph Derrick was wealc, impulsive, and passionate, without any depth of character or strength of will and pur pose either for good or evil, 'and was also capricious and changeable;' while Derrick Mason was. cast in a di...

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Musical and Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909

Musical and Literary Society. t An executive meeting of the Bath rst Musical and Literary Society was held at Beavis Bros.' Rooms last night. Mr. W. J.1 Anderson, Presi dent, presided. There were also pre sent, Messrs. A. Jones, H. C. Beavis, A. Curtis, U. J. Tinkler, G. Tarrant, F. H. Fuller, F. Royal, A. Gartrell, J. P. Comwell, 'Saunders, and G. H. Evan's. A letter was received from Mr. C. W. Cooke, Cow Flat, asking if lie could compete in the Bathurst com petitions for recitations. The writer explained that he had tied for tlie first place in the last Lithgow Eisteddfod, with another competitor. The com mittee decided that his 'tie constitut ed the winning of a prize. Tlip Spfirfirarv of the Wnllornrons Ladies Choir wrote asking the com mittee of they could manage to have the ladies choir ? accommodated by rivate peoplej when, they visited Ba thurst. ' Mr. Jones moved that the Secre tary he instructed to write to tlie ?secretary ,poihting ou't ithat tfeere would be' no trouble a...

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Federal Parliament. THE DEFENCE PROPOSALS. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909

Federal Parliament. I THE DEFENCE PKOPOS/iLS. | Melbourne, Tuesday. Mr. Deaken in replj to Mr. Fisher and other members said the new naval arrangements approved by the Defence Conference was not a continuation of I the present agreement, but provided for A new naval unit owned ana controlled by the Commonwealth in time of ptace, manned by Australians assisted, where neccssary, by officers of the Royal Navy. The Admirality Station at Garden Island, Sydney, is to be taken over by the Commonwealth. Mr. Deakin, in reply to Mr. Power, said the Cabinet would consider the advisability of sending vessels to search for the Waratah. The Senate's amendments to the Coinage Bill were agrsed 10 after dis cussion as to whether the word ' Em peror ' should appear on the coijs. Tbe Budget was further debated ? by Mr. Hutchison, Sir William Lyne, Mr. King O'Malley and the House rose.

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