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Local and General THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

Local and General, the . weather. Better weather could not have been wished for than that which prevailed in Balhurst yesterday. The sun- shone, brightly throughout the day, and was at times rather warm. Oth6r cen tres report fine and cloudy conditions'. Forecast: Cloudy to showery ;l- along the coast, extending to parts of the tablelands, chiefly, in the N.E.,\ jwith fresh, squally, and southerly winds; otherwise fine. The; temperature for yesterday was: Maximum 60 degrees, minimum 31. . .

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

' NEW SOUTH WALES. The 'Stock aud Station .Journal' ?s-a.yft:_J'*The agricullauiat . prospect' in New South Wales was never bet-'] ter than at the present time. That] there is no. more -geuoi-Sliy: fel'tHo country than, ours under ' the sun is exacting anlculowledgemont alt ovo'r.'i the world, for it is gradually being, proved- that all tlh.e great commerclat edibles, cau bo produced in one part or i another of: , this State. The wheat giowln'g areuTi'is (xSconting greater, every yca,rj (and our potaluj-growiiig industry is. aiapidly assuming iinpor-. tanti (lLniiensions. Oun greatest effort must bo put ilorth to keep pace with other countries as to methods ot production, and of marketing to the best possible advautage what we prod;uK;e. Tha- :most jungc^nt ito.ed; of our producers'1 ''tit the' ptrebent time is .improved transit' which can ouly i-e attained by the pursuance of a- vigor- ous railway policy. We hnve plenty of good country, continues the writer of the article, -which o...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

PROGRESS ASSOCIATION!' A meeting of the .Progress Associa tion was called, for last '.night, but on account of several other meetings, there was rather a poor attendance. It was decided to hold over the meet ing until Wednesday night, ami to in vite the general public to be present. Seeeing that the Progress .Association desires to do good-work in the inter est of Bathurst and district, surely all those interested should atteud the meeting.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

? i WARDEN'S COURT,, Alen W. Leitncr, at tlie ' Warden's Court' j'esteiyiay, svas granted autbo jlty to enter . portion xN'o. 1., in flbo parish of ; Alt. .. Ploasaut The, . rent was fixed' at '5a' per ata-e, pw annum ?and ''stuflralce -damage 20s. '*'? ? ''''*

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HALF HOLIDAY FOOTBALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

HALF HOLIDAY FOOTBALLERS. A meeting of the delegates of the Wednesday Half Holiday - Football Clubs was held at Mr. James Lori mcr's rooms last night, Mr. J. C. Ber ry occupying the chair. It was de jcidcd to hold a smoke concert at the end of the footbi'l season, tho profits to he expended in providing medals for the members cZ the winning team in the competition. -. It was .also , re solved that the tepms playing. In the final of the competition should sub mit the names of. , the players anxl those of the emergencies' of their re spective teams to the committee oh Monday next for approval. The match between the Hairdressers and Tobacconists and E. Webb and Co. has been forfeited by the latter. The re maining fixture for Wednesday is Butchers v. Bakers, at, 4;, .o'clock, on' the Sports Ground.*).'. .-

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

? ?? 'V '''POLICE 'COURT. ? V '. m( ' .At1 ' the! - 'Batlfurst 'police' j.Qoirru yes*terday'-.a. flret offender was -' fined' 15s..: or 'in. defult 2-1 hours rlmprison meu,t''. 'Coi{ b.eing drunk. in George street .on : Saturday ' ' lost' ThO;;;ilu0i was paid. , * '?*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HAIRDRESSTRS' FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

11AIRDRESSTRS' ' FdpTB^ALL CLUB. A general'me'eting' of the Hairdress ers' and Tobacconists ? Football Club' was held at Mr. T, McDonnell's rooms last night, after the meeting of., the half-holiday football ' delegates.- : . .'Mr. J. C. Berry occupied ? the chair. Mr. J. T. Lorimer, hon. secretary of the club, reported having received dona tions from the foilowing. persons:. J. C. Berry, patron, £1 Is; vicepresi dents Messrs. J. McSorley,.5s; T. Hen nessey, 15s;' L. Winter, trophy, 10s 6d; T. Sloane, 10s 6d; 'Con Soulous, 10s. G. Anerback, trophy,' ten and sixpence. ?The .'invitation from the N'ewbHdgef Football Club to play at Newbridge on Wednesday next was accepted, Mi*. T, McDonnell being elected manager of the team. The players will - leave Bathurst on Wednesday by the 2.20 p.m. train.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

rnloii^ M MM Caused by an Infected Razor— '? Spread Over Neck and Chin — 1 Prescription Made No Impression j on It— Lasted for Six Months. | ? ? i NOW TREE-HAS HIGH ! PRAISE FOR CUTICURA j *1 am very glad to tell of tb© elcin \ trouble I Buffered from for quite six months. I went to a barber's and all | through a dirty razor or brush which must have previously been used on a customer who waa Buffering from a skin disease, I caught ringworm. It covered | my neck and chin and no sooner did I j get rid of it in one spot when it came out again in another placu worse than over. I was beginning to utterly de- I epair of a cure and I greatly feared it had gained a firm and lasting hold on my skin. All my doctor's ointment eccmed useless as it made little or no Impression on the disease. At la«t I tried using Cuticura Soap and Cuticuru Ointment. I daily used thesu for about two months and I noticed a very marked improvement in the disease. The large ring* began to g**t much lighter in color...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

? WO O L. ^ ^ jQllE J ^ ^ Fa!' ' ' ^ l^OOL^ Stocj^ ' ?4-Jck filOIElS\ 5tation iesmen ? ? ^ Agents. REGULAR AUCTJOM SALES OF | £?. SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS EVEfiY CONSIGNMENT RECEIVES THE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF OUR PRINCIPALS, WHO SUPERVISE THE CATALOGUING, MAKE THE VALUATIONS AND CONDUCT THE GALES. 6- OFFICES and STORES : CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY, a ?- mm J/renin*, ASflima, Bronchlils end — JBf Lang troubles quickly cured by Yft pOWKLOl f BALSAM 1 I G' OP 1 I ANISEED I 0/ all Chemists and Stores, ft?— Sole Agents for New South Wales, and ? ft Queensland, HUJOTT Buos,, DOG FORMS ? ? I ON' SALE Distinguished everywhere De'ioaoy of Flavour, Supericr duality, and Highly Nutritive Properties EPPS'S COCOA Is a Valuable Article of Diet and should be in every home. S insisT upon .An Gates hade by r] *.{/ THE ^lila J — \ — j |lz/^ j'E Ii' Serrien ? Bourkt losr his brood mwe jfi )%0a\ *-?*. „ „ . Ift.5f nifehr !' ' . ^Settler: liell.nl,ydoesrirhe§erA good AnCHOR GATE li...

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The North Pole. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

The North Pole. Dr. Frederick A. Cook is going to tave some slight trouble over his meet ng with the North Pole. Dr. Cook's troubles -will come from his Inatten tion to details. When/ a man disco vers anything so Important as the North Pole, he doesn'Cwant to become careless' aud leave It behind. Even the smallest piece ot Pole would prove his case, and yet Dr. Cook — an Ame rican. too — comes home after a con siderable absence and 'says ' ha 'has been busy ,up North locating tho long lost Pole.' The only evidence he has is a small parcel labelled 'Ipse Dixit.' Certainly he has witnesses ,whose evi dence cannot be doubted — the Eski mos. . . They are up north' somewhere and 't is only a matter ot the appoint ment of a Royal Commission of . En quiry to establish the truth of Dr. Cook's statements. The mere tact that Dr. Cook left his thermometers and scientific instruments in hiB port manteau is nothing. Any man who discovers North Poles is liable to be careless when he chnnges his c...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Competitions. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

The Competitions. It is satisfactory to note that a fair amount — but. up. to uow only a fair amount — of enthusiasm has been worked up locally over the coining Musical and Literary Competitions iD November next. -,It only requires some combined iction on the part of those at the head of affairs to make-;. the Bathurst compe titions the inland entertainment of the State. The trophies which have been secured up to now are as nothinp to what can be secured. If our leading business men will take the case up and work we are sure to be rewarded in the shape of a very large attendance of out side visitors.,-,. From- a, financial point of fiew what riio're could we aim at ? We ?vant 'pebple ' t-v 'come to our town, l'hose who come once will come again. The competitions will be a success jnder any circumstances; but why not lim at making them a bigger success ? Dur aim should be the attracting of ;veryone who can possibly manage to mend. The competitions will take jp a - lot of time while t...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CIVIL SERVANTS IN THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

CIVIL SERVANTS IN THE EAST. A Governor was sent lately from Piekin to Mukden who is a Manchu of tho old school, detesting Western ers and all their ways. Shortly after his installation he called the mem bers of the Civil Service 'together and addifessed Jtihem as follows:—- 'As far as I can see there au'e too many of you officials; you are too highly ;paid, and don't work hard enough. I mean to 'dismiss hale of you, and redjuki'e the pay of the rest 'I obsei-ve that many of you wear I silk robes and ride in broughams or other new-fangiled conveyances, which 5'ou ought not toe able to do on your salaries. Now, in future, be careful! Wear cotton and lide in sedans, or (you will be dismissed. If I should make a mistake in my policy you are en.ioinetl by me to snealc ui- and tell me fWankly how I liava erred. I have not!hing\fiirtlier to say on this occasion exccpt that if T catchi any of you tripping, by — I'll have his head o££! Now go home and think of what 3-011 have heaitd, for I m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARKES DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

? PARKES DISTRICT. The sieasoi'^s promteii. Is magn lucent'.' Grass ' i? abundant and stock ia looking {splondii .flho' 'Western 'Reminder' says. Unit farm-, c-rs should make use of this plentiful condition byA' going in 'for ensilage. -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

If You Have Al cold, cough, nose, throat or lung trouble, stomach, bowel or kidney com plaint, rheumatism, neuralgia, USB 9ANDBR'S EXTRACT: five drops Id a tablespoon of water. Remember, you can not expect the good effects from any sort of eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES because It contains etherdeal and antlBeptio substances not contained fn other eucalyptus products. These, latter have caused grievous harm and a death has resulted from their use. Do not apply an ointment to a soreT It keeps back tho secretions. To wounds bruises, spralnB, burns, ulcers, eczema ami other skin troubles, APPLY DER'S EXTRACT: IB drops in a table spoon of olive oil. Tho effect will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, be cause It is freed from the Irritating constituents contained In other eucalyp tus preparations. It heals when others Irritate. Insist upon tho GHNUINB SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you will derive th« benafitti ? .«. _

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

BILLIARDS. .1 At ? MeSryrley's .voomt- Jasl night F. S.B.. on 115, beat O.K.. - on 75 by 83. To-night RIP., on 10, meets B. Bay-, diss on 00. .?'?

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The Australian Cricketers. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

The Australian Cricketers. Londbn, Monday. ine next fixlure of the Australians is against an eleven of England. The home team is as follows : Jones, MacLaren, V. Crawford, Buckenham, Barnes, Blythe, Hayes, Ironmonger. Lilley, vj. Gunn, Tarrant. Later. Rain fell, and prevented any play be ftre lunch

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

Commercial. | SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Monday. Butter: Specially flavoured brands 116/; .seconds, 90/ to 1C0/; pastry, 80/ to 90/. Potatoes: Tasmanian redskins £7 to £8; Victorian £5 to ,£G. , Flour, £10 17s Gd to £11. Maize: Northern River, 3/9 to 3/11. Wheat, milling, 4/10. Oats, Tasmanian white, 2/7 to 2/8; Algerian milling, 2/4; iseed, 2/5. Bran, £4 15s. Pollard, £4 15is. ' , Chaff: Adelaide prime wheaten, £4 10/ to ,£4 15s; Melbourne prime wheaten £4 to £4 10s; prime oaten. £3 15s. , Derrick si raw, Tasmanian. £3 Cs to £3 10s. Lucerne, Hunter River new green, £3 15s to £4; olid £4 to £4 10s. Onions: Victorian brown Spanish, £5 to £7; Japanese £9 to £10. Eggs: NolrtJhen River, new laid, Ad to 9%d(; Southern ana Railway, sy2' d Suburbian, ai,uw jiaid, lOdi lo 10J/2d Duck eggs, new laid, lOd ito lit!.

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SUFFERING SICILY. SWEPT BY A CYCLONE. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

SUFFERING SICILY. SWEPT BY A CYCLONE. London. Monday. The 'Chronicle' states that a cy clone has swept over the province of Catania, in Sicily, and destroyed 3000 houses. At Scordia, in the same province, GO people were entombed and many in jured. - ? Miles of country were denuded of vegetation.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORTON PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

ORTON PARK. Nearly a thousand people, assembled t Oilon Park on Sunday to see two men in tubs. Now, the idea . sug-. gests itself to us' that (small_ as .the attraction , may ,be); there ' iniay'^'be monoy in it. This paragraph is written as the Americans say, 'off the top'— that is, the writer knows nothing of the local 'conditions. The point is this:. If a thousand people can be induced — or rather, induce themselves — to walk or. ditfve, or cycle three iniles to see, Diogenes in a tub on a sheet ''of water; what could be done with that sheet of water? Could it be increased in area? Or is it big ; enough as _it_.is? Why, ; half a dozen canoes would be a small -fortune to the man who got. them up. ' IT this sheet of water which at tracts 1000 people now Is owned by some landowner he has a little fortune lying at his feet.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBITUARY. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

OBITUARY. London, Monday. The death is announced of Clyde Fitch, author and dramatist, from ap pendicitis.

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