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

aiLLli'JL'JlOliPE. : ? At Milltliorpe this ? season there are 7000 acres of land under wheat, being S'OO more than last season. The es timated average ? is 25 bushels. If the season continues aB at present the yield will be greater. Fourteen thou sand acres are under cultivation lor other cereals and potatoes. :

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. NEW TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

Local and General, N13W TRUSTEES. The Government Gazette, of 2uth Au gust, 1U09, contains . the following ap pointment of new trustees for the re creation ground at Sunny Corner, de dicated 13th November, 1894: — Messrs. Norman Armour Poyitt and George Carnegie Fraser in lieu of Messrs. Al lan Mann and . Simpkins, resigned.;

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

l'OLICT COURT. At the Bathurst Police Court yes terday James Batierham and Charles l.ow. Poy were 'fined. Is, ^or in- default (two hours' ImprisonmenT for neglect ing to send their children to . school. Charles McG-inniskin,' for ? the same charge, was fined Is, ' with 6s costs, or the alternative of 24 hours' impri sonment. Herbert Graham appeared on a similar charge, and was fined Cs, with 6s costs, or in 'default 48 hours' imprisonment, as this was his second offence.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLAYNEY DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

DLAl'NEY DISTRICT. The official rainfall in Blayney for ihe mouth of August' was 339' points. All the old residents of that' district agree that last month was the best Au gust ever known in Blayney. . Crops itnd grass are at present making great headway, and stock are looking very well for this time of the year.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FROM MAITLAND TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

FR01I MA1TLAND To' SYDNEY. We left Alaitland- ac-,7.20. a.m. in - the Brisbane Mail. '.JustTas the itrain pass ed out of Maitland . we. noticed a num ber ol! brick, kilns/ and potteries.: After neariug Thornton ;we-. noticed very nice scenery; it is the four-mile gully, where i vmi spi- wattle- trees '.overliaiiirinir the i creek, and where therbanks are lined with maiden-hair ferns, fish-bone- ferns and water-lilies; -'After ? leaving this spot we did not notce anything .very interesting ' until : down near.' Hexham I Here we saw thevdykes and a few ships standing by, , waiting , for - coal. After, we left this s iiot we saw; at, a distance, the masts of a, ship which had -been wrecked on Stockton 'Beach. ' This ship, was waiting outside for , a tug to come i and tow it into the harbor,: but alas, a I strong wind was blowing which struck i the sliiii and drove it . on the . break water. After leaving Newcastle ? w.e passed through some very .pretty scen ery about Lake Macquarie and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Children's Column. BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

Children's Column. BU'r SCOUTS. The boys are evidently taking great interest m tne lounation of a Scout jjrigiiue. 1£ ilis boys .are interested, surely we. can -interest; tne people of Haunti'st, ior tliey have been in tuo imi'v ireiierous, with' ^donations to school cadet corps. ;, Sydneyites have, re-: alised the advantage .vol . training: their 1)0ys and 'already have an efficient' jjciiut Brigade. - --The boy is father to the mail'; and .-if-tlie' man be welhtrain Cd as a boy lie will most likely be a 'patriotic ? law-abiding; citizen. Austra lia is very sparsely; populated, and what jf same overcrowded- Eastern Power, should cast longing eyes on our mil lions of acres, lymg 1 idle! ..Then- the, boys who have been trained will lie ' aids to 'Australian defence. Can we .. E;1y to ai-- enemy-: 'We are not reacly _lwe have- not: been trained— we can not shoot or scout, and fknow not the nrts Of war?''. ' They will surely re ply: 'Your loss: is our gain; we will lioid your land and ...

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Milking Machines on the Richmond River. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

Milking Machines on the Rich mond River. On' the : Northern Rivers milkiK machines are going in rapidly ''' dozens of 'Ir-ICl-G' piiants Oiave wt' ofdweld1. jton . fihe( coming SpuW Arouncl Lismore some of Uie higS®^ ami lnrruonitiai dairymen, are i».L-'-- in 'L-K-'G' machines, all1 being n0 tlioroulglil.y saitisiied that this luacUin is a geuuiU'e (success. .Coinvmw f, proof of this lias been, afforded - Uie operations ol AV.' H^ Gray,; El'tlmm, ' w)ho lias been milking ? of the largest literds ,0111 the Riclnno ^ from upmvdsi of 5 yoais with 'ho ' K-G1' mar/hinos, land sd 'satisfied « lie -of'..' tliedr absolute (success that ' .?wift.;..-. w«^i. {las' ul 'L-IC-G' machines ttiavei given iw oveiy: isaitisfhe^ion.-i I' woii?/d not ° ibaclc to the.: old- style of mlllcins any consideration, in fact, I ,JL„h loaso. my. farm first.' Messrs. AN ? » and Josophson, Sussex St., Sya -? iwill- supply,. -iB!. particuiai-s of £ , G' : JMilldng ; Plants, 'AUa-W'-1 Separators and ' . 'CundaSl' O...

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SUDDEN DEATH. THOUGHT HE DRANK WATER. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

SUDDEN -DEATH. thought he drank water. Sydney, Fridav.' Henry Robert Cox, a well-known re sident of woy'woy, who was staying while: on a visit to Sydney, at the Ho tel, Arcadia, after being somewhat un well during the night, was, this mor ning, found aead in bed by his wife. It is believed that Cox mpf i,i„ death as a result of drinking a glass of what he thought was water. 'It appears .that TKe ' ' previous occu pant of the room conducted electro plating experiments/ andj that the ves sel which contained the. fatal ' draught had been used to hold either prussic acid :or cyanido of potassium. The contents ol _the stomach of de- 1 ceased have been forwarded to the 1 Government Analyst for -'examination. I

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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH BURIED ALIVE. ONE MAN DUG OUT IN TIME. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (From Now South Wales Countrj Press Association). BURIED ALIVE. ONE MAN DUG OUT IN TIME. Sydney, Friday. A married; man named Nourse, while shovelling. , tailings at : the Proprietary Mine, Broken -I-lill,; this ;morning, was killed by , a fall of inatorial. His mate, who was working with him, was dug out alive.

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Sporting Notes. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

Sporting Notes. j (By Zeno.) THE TURF. Equine dentistry is undoubtedly bev coming .very popular, for no less than ,15 . of Scobie's team have been operated on for dental troubles. ' -DuriuK the . last trottinK season in I New Zealand, Mr. J. A. Buckland, of Wonbobbie, won about £S50 in stakes. The,. leading winners were:, Mr. I-I. J. Nicholls, £2110; and Mr. Bowes, £1022. Well! Rose Ailie again failed. Still she was only beaten by a narrow mar gin, after being in front to tho^ilf distauce, when apparently her condi tion again gave out. The time on this occasion was 1-16, one second slower than last week. Her time will come 1 feel sure, and h^r turn will probably be in one of the' six furlong races, but 1 think she is In need of a good- deal: more work. .- ... -V-, ... ? ? Sir Grafton Lochiel, who raced in Bathurst and western districts -with araried'. success,- was sold -by . auction ;:iu: Sydney for 70 guineas. Mr. R. G. Bal 'doclc was the -purchaser, .'And'. .-as 'that gentleman i...

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SUPPOSED ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

SUPPOSED ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. Sydney, Friday. i About sevjeiii ofcloclc to-night Den nis .Gerald Flanagan, 33, farmer, of ' lie Retreat, Eetliundra, Mudfceie dis tridt, wais fouiiid at the corner of George unci. Bridge' Streets with a deep gash in his throat'. ? I-Ie was attenijpitius ,to .c|i)ll [a (cab, huti only making a . gurglinjg noise. He was ?taken to Sydneiy Ilosp'ital, and ad initlted -iii : a criticalii condition. ^ b'lood-srtained) htazor fwas found in pocket. It is surmisfeid to ,be a ease of attempted suicide. ?

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WOMEN'S EXHIBITION. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

WOMEN'S EXHIBITION. Melbourne, Friday. 1 In the House of Representatives to day, Mr. Dealcin, in answer to a ques tion in reference to the 'return to the Commonwealth of money which had been advanced . to the Women's Exhi bition, said he had made inquiries and | ascertained that the money was in tended by the Commonwealth to he devoted to the payment of charges connected with foreign exhibits brought to Australia which otherwise would not have reached us. The amount advanced was £940, and every penny had been returned to the Government by tlie trustees of the exhibition. The 'whole expenditure by the Commonwealth in connection with tho exhibition had^been between f£50 and '£60.

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FINDING OF LIFEBELTS. MAY HAVE NO SIGNIFICANCE. New Zealand, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

FINDING OF LIFEBELTS. MAY HAVE NO SIGNIFICANCE. , New Zealand, Friday. i :- In connection with the reported iiud ing of a dozen lifebelts near,,, tho North Cajie, some - excitement was caused by the discuvery of a packing case in the vicinity stamped 'Makoia.' As all the Union Steamship Com pany's belts are. marked, and those found have nothing to identify tliem, there can be no significance in the finding of the packing case. Tlie steamer. Mokoia left Auckland an Monday, and is due. at Sydney to night (Friday).

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THE UNION AND THE LEAGUE. TWO PLAYERS EXPELLED. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

THE UNION: AND THE LEAGUE. TWO PLAYERS EXPELLED. Sydney, Friday. At the ---.- .meeting;- of, the management committee of the New South Wales Rugby tJnion this afternoon, 'when four country. -players, K, Gavin, c. McMurtrie, :E.' Mclntyre,' and W. Dix wno nave au gone over to the League, were cited -to- appear to give an ex planation of1 their action, none of them turned up, but; all -wrote letters. ' :. Dixi and ' McIntyrc,- for offending against the rules of the Union, jvere forthwith ei pelle'd, while tlie commit tee ordered that the two other players should be written : to asking them to appear before the committee on Mon Jday. .If- they do not appear their case's will be dealt : with: i^i their absence. ?fa-' ?? ' ?' 1

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAMPTER II.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

Ralph Derrick's Message ! CHAPTER 11; — (Continued.) '«? ?Killed in the ? Hunting i field! Poor old Felix! But lie never- could ride,' Ralph lmisedL 'I wondeit .' what Olive says to it all. pKe must be quite a woniaii now. pi-ethy ISttle e^rl she ?was ?when 1 saw her last!' And then, side liy siue witn unves nui iw and, 'laughing blue eyes, tfliere rose the vision o£ an oldeii' fa«e', not less lair, whose brown eyes looked -back - at him full of terrible reproach aud pleading. ?No one's emempr but liis own,' Nina had said. -The owner of those brown eyes could tell a different tale (Ralph liiiought uneasily. ?t m;as a bllacltguaiid— ;ij scouiiidrei,' he told -himself,: 'but 1 will make up ior it, now. i wiii nnu «r out. aim ask lier to forgive me. Siie will be ready enough to (If) it now, X dare say— now that sli(e ,-wlll have' a titie and ]-lent.y of money to spend. Yet I don't know; yhe was never one to care much) foil- money, ' poor ' , little girl!' he -.mused.-'- ; All the time ...

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NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. Mrs E. Gibson, 75 Holterman-St North Sydney, N.S.W., writes:— 'xMy Hatlicr and I have talcen Dr. Sheldon s Digestive Tabules. Before taking them iwe were afraid to eat, but now we can ' eat weti, without any ill effects after wards. We cannot piraise them too jjjghly, and we recommend them to anyone suffering with indigestion.' Dr. Slieldono's Digestive Tabules au'e an iinetnialled ]-reparation for the cure Indigestion, and alii1 Stomach Troubles. Price. 2s (id per tin. For. sale every where. ;V-

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

Blood polscn resulting irom small wounds Is. becoming more , prevalent. ' Even so slight an injury as the scratch of a pin will sometimes cause blcodj poisoning. The safe vay is to apply Oliatiiberlain's Pain Balm as soon as tlie injury has been1 received. That lini ment prevents nil danger of blcod pois oning and causes the .injury to heal in abor.t one-third the time required by tho usual treatment. Foi; sale by, L'. fMEioy, aid Co, ^_iw3/,a_ --

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 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: five drops In ft tablespoon of water. Remember, you tan not expect the good effects from any Bort of eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES because It contains etherdeal and antiseptic substances not contained In other eucalyptus products. These, latter have caused grievous harm and ft death has resulted from their use. Do not apply an ointment to a sore? It keeps back tho secretions. To wounds bruises, sprains, burns, ulcers, eczema and other skin troubles, APPLY BANS 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 tho irritating constituents contained In otker eucalyp tus preparation*. It heals when otkeri Irritate. Insist upon tho GBNTJINB SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you will derive the benefit! Garbage Tins ACade in conformity with require - ments of Local Gov...

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KIRKCONNELL SANATORIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

/ KIRKCONNELL SANATORIUM. Mr, Arnold Rigby expects to finish his- contract in connection with tlie I Kirkconnell Sanatorium , : next week, I vvnen mr. ngDy 'expeuui a little thing like that to-be: done in a week, it is quite safe to calculate that it will be done. Then.nvithin IS miles of Bathurst, we will^havo a„Saiiatoriuui unequalled in New TSoutli Wales. The main building will contain 36 rooms. ailU, UUblUUS LUIO, UICIO iivo five-roomed ? cottages. Swimming baths and hot and cold private baths are provided to meet all requirements. The grounds are to^ be. attended to . bj skilled gardeners, and, in a very short time, Kirkconnell' will be tho main attraction on. tho western lino, if not of New South -Wales. - ' . / ? ? .5 I

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

CONGREGATIONAL : CITURCH. : The' 'sowlces to-moiu'ow at1 11 a.m. tind' 7 p.m., wiill be' conducted liy Rev J. Mairskall Brownv Communion afiter evening service. I

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