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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

A 'AT ALL TIMES p The beverage for all times, all weathers, for men, for women. Wolfe's Schnapps It is healthfully beneficial. g ....at once.... I A DRINK 1 A TONIC 1 j | A MEDICINE 1 I & BUY WHOLE BOTTLE8. 1 V%» niiifftTrfnrgm ??mm— i NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. Mrs. A. B. Gibson, 75 Holterman-St North Sydney, N.S.W., writes:— 'My father and I have taken Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. B'el'ore talcing tliem iwe were al'raid- to eat, but how we can eal woti, without any ill effects after wards; We cannot praise; them too iiighly, and we recommend them to anyone suffering with indigestion.' Dr. Sheldono's Digestive Tabules aj-e an unequalled preparation for the cure Indigestion, and a'i;l Stomach Troubles. Price, 2s (id per tin. For sale every where. !«&s2fi'

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

Blood poison restating from small wounds is becoming more prevalent. Even so slight ail injury as the scratch of a pin will sometimes cause bioodf poisoning. The safe way is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Tia.'Jm as soon as tho injury Iras been TeceSved. That lini ment prevents aJl danger ot bicod pois oning and causes, the injury to lieal in about one-third tlio time required by the usual treatment. For saie by L Edgley and Co, Sounding the praises of Ayer's Hair Vigor. That's what every one does who uses this splendid l3W) PreParation yfWm ^or ^ie hair. Swipwant to i|pg$| praise it, then you must not use it. You see, Sm.1 | you willbeso pleased : w 1 I M with it that you will ^UJJAj just have to tell your *** friends all about it. Jiyer's Mat Vigor removes dandruff, makes the hair grow thick and heavy. Handsome hair, rich, glossy hair, always attracts. You may have just such hair if you will use Ayer's Hair Vigor. Accept no substitute. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr &. Co., Lowel...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

? . AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. ; - ./i1 ?' -'-Messi's; E.-, 13. Cousin's:, and Co.,* iyhr:, port having sold privately arid ' b'y, ;auctiou,/6inco^^sf report- the ;.|q)I.ow*j ing:: — ''/;?' .. ' ' .. / On accouiit of. Messrs. Pratley BroisJ 21 draught colts and fillies, at £24; 15 draught (horses at '£2G to Mr. S: Needham, Coolamon;.. 18-- i'lght horsrts at l£20 to Mr. \Vhltisley; 3 heavy, draught lilies, \ ait £42' :,to 1 T^ Douglas, Junoe; on, account of Mr. W. G: TXiourpson, 'WjarriE', 10 fat ?bullocks, to, ,£12 . 15s, averaging £10 is Gd; . 4 fat ,'cowjls to £C lfls, _ 200 wethers at -9/ to. Mr. J. Moore; on ac count1 Mr. AV. T. 1 Buillocle, Stony Creole, 1000 wethers at 11/ to Mr. a. E.; Piper; 355- wethers at 11/,- to Mr. D: Lamont; 1SS owes, at 9/, to fl{r. j Hunt; 011 account, of Mr.. T. Lewis, 6 fatVpIg''. to- ';£2 19s; /oii ' account , oJ ftii*; ,.CalIaghan, , fat.'. pi^s to :£2 10s;:' drt: account RIessi*s.' E Webb' and Co', 2^,-cart horses,; at (£30, ,, to Mr. Need ham; on acc...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

BILLIARDS. At McSorley's Rooms last night F.E., Ion 130, beat H. Baker, on 110, by 9 [points. This afternoon at 2 o'clock Snowstorm, on 130, meets C. Whalen, scratch. Fallowing is the draw for the semi-fmal: — R. Hemsworlh m;ets Castle ; C. Whalen or Snowstorm meets F.S.B ; Cabby meets Muniong; R.1J. meets F.E. ^ -

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SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

SYDNEY' PRODUCE 'SALES. ? Sydney, Wednesday. At 'the Central Railway. yai*ds to day. -S3. ti'ucks were ottered, of which ?28 passed. ? Potatoes, choice redsldns, Ut 7/4 J! prime, G/C to 0/-10;; medium* 6/4 to G/3; good -wtolte' skltip, 4/0. to 6/3; Choice chaff sold from 4/7 to 4/11; prime, 4/3 to 4/5; good, 3/8 to l/l«i medium, 3/4 to 3/7, i Larg;e bales of ' cholco lucerno made l'i-oin , 4/4 to 4/7 ;\ prime 3/6 to '3/S;j while prima am ail .Vealised from 4/5 to 4/G. .. i . Cholcei lucerne chaff braught 5/S. '?l'nliiMi chlckwheat, 4/S. jOhafC from' W. A. Field, Bathurst, 3/4; while lucerne chaff, from the ssi me person bi»ug)ht 5/S. : Potatoes, from- X, Newbridge. Thir* ty-flve' .bags passed at 4/10 ' and 41^ bags sold at .5/2. ? .

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THE RABBIT INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

.THE RABBIT INDUSTRY. Rabbit-trappers throughout the Mo l'ong district still continue to, earn good money. Rabbits/are being eagerly boiight up by buyers at, from 6d to 7^d per pair. About an average of 40 crates daily are being despatched to the Orange and Blayney Freezing Works, and also Dai ling Harbour.'1 They are being brought over' 20 miles into the local railway station.

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Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

Commercial., --/ ' ' SUSSEX STREET ' PRICES: ? V ?' - ? : Sydney, Wednesday. Butter: . Special iy ilavouixd brands 110/; ..seconds, . 90/. to 100/; . pastry, SO/' to 90/. - £*?-.'.. s ..??? t- , ???;.' - - - ?otatiics: Tasmauian redskins 4-7 to' i£8;- Victorian, a^o.to &.U. . , Fioiu*, £10 :17s Gel to £11. Maize: Northern River, 3/9 . to 3/11; ! Wheat, 4/9 ;to 4/10-. ? -r '- : Oata, Tasmanian white, 2/7 to 2/S; 'Algerian milling, 2/4; seed, '2/5. : Bran, £4 15s. ? /' . ? Chaff: Adelaide prime ..wfceaten, ? £4 ?10/. 'lo £4 '-15s; Melbourne. P.i iiuo . wheaten £ 4 to £ 4 10s ; prime . oaten, . £3 ' 15s. , ? , | Derrick slraw, Tasmanian.. £3 .Ga to ? £3 10s. ; - Lucerne, Hunter River new 'green,. £3 15s to £4; old £4 to £4.10s.x ? Onions: Victorian brown Spanish, ;£5 to £7; Japanese £9 to £10. ; Eggs: Noilihcu River, new laid, 9d ' to O'AOH.. Soutkem'^nd Railway, 9%.d Suburban, ^aw Jaid, lOd to 10%d Duck .eB^s. 'new^ laid, lOd to 11-L

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Federal Parliament. MR. DEAKIN ON STATE DEBTS. THE HIGH COMMISSIONER BILL. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

Federal Parliament. MR. DEAKIN ON STATE DEBTS. The HIGH COMMISSIONER BILL. Melbourne, Wednesday. | In the Senate, JSenator -Milieu, in reply to Senator Walker, said the Acting. Premier of New Zealand had cables regretting that TtfaoHs - had been excluded from the provisions' of 1 the ^ Commonwealth Old 'Age Pensions scheme. Senator Millen moved the second reading of the Electoral Act Amend ment' Bill,. which1 was .agreed to after a long ' debate. The Senate then rose. - In 'the House of Representatives, Mr. Deakin, in a three-hours' speech, askedi for leave to introduce a bill to amend the Constitution in the direction of the agreement arrived at by ' the Premiers'. iConference; also a bill to enable the- Commonwealth to take over the Stale debts Incurred in the inauguration of -the Commonwealth in Addition to those existing at that time. He urged , that the carrying .out o£ that agreement would -, give the , Common wealth. .financial. freedom.,, Financial experts hal agreed 'that t...

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COOK LEFT NO TRACES. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

COOK LEFT NO TRACES. , London. Wednesday. The captain of the Roosefelt, Com mander Peary's' vessel, says that Com mander. Pearyv and his party saw ho traces of Dr. Frederick A.' Cook in! the Polar, regions.

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Bathurst Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

Bathurst Progress Association. A meeting o£ the Bathurst Progress Association was held last night, Mr. J. J. Sullivan presiding. There was a £air attendance. : It was de cided to write to Mr. Miller, and ask him. to advocaxe the Friday fast tour ist train to Bathurst, and, at the same time, to follow up his 'suggestion re the' road to the Bald I-lills. On the motion o£ the President, it was, decid ed' to ask Mr. Orr''to supply a sketch plan of his. proposed road to the Bald! Hills. Mr. Seage pointed out that the rOad from Evans' Plains 'to Dun keld was- in a wretched state, and re qcirted' attention. ? Something should be done here at once, ill order to make the round trip possible. 1-Ie move! that the Abercromble Shire I Council be written to and -their atten tion be drawn to the state o£.the road. The motion was seconded by Mr. W. Boyd and carried. The president pro posed that Mr. Miner he written to asking him to try and secure'' a Govern ment grant to make the road: from Poor Ma...

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PEARY'S MESSAGES. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

^PEARY'S MESSAGES. v'. ! . ' ? London, -Tuesday./, I jCommander . Peary also telegraphedi as -follows -'to 'tils 'wife: j.) 'Have madS'.Cgood. at last;- Have I the old Pole; Am well. ' . Love. Will: wire : again from Chateau.-''. 'Mrs. Peary replied:— ?':??;. ? _ ; 'All well. Best love. ' - God bless you. Hurry home.'' - ' ' !'.The Time^'. recalls that :.Cpmma'n- j dgr ' I'eary. stated before .he Jeft Syd- ' ney, Cape Breton, on July 17, 190S: — : 'If I reach the Pole ? during the comlrif; .winter . my friends' will hear of my trium,ph 'between -August IS anl September, 15.'' ^ ?! The l-.p^'F^apeys (cf both Europe and America^ iinijes|rvpdly t' accept Com mander *Peary|!s.: caiije'; messages; ;

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THE NORTH POLE. THE PEARY-COOK RACE HOME. ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. A SIGNIFICANT OMISSION. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

THE NORTH POLE. the PEARY-COOK RACE HOME. ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. . A SIGNIFICANT OMISSION. \ . . London, Wednesday. ' Commander Peary, aboard the Roose- I volt/ left Indian Harbor not kriowilig that ' the telegraph olilcc at ? Cliiitcau Bay. had lieon. recently closed; ' . A- messenger \va.s sent 'to , suggest that lie should proceed oii to Red Har bor,.,.^) miles, vwest of Cliateau ;Bay' or-; to Blanc* Sablou,- .65 miles ? vfost, and 'from thera(.telegraiph the news q£t his success. . ? ; . It - is .expected : that Commander Pe^ ry! and Dr., .Frederick A. Cook ..will both '.'.reach ; New' York about Septeiii-* bej* 20th. ' - '? ????'?'' ?'!.-*? .Tiie Royal ;Gcogrnplilcal Society; lias congratulated; Commander ' Peary on' his success, 'and ' Invited him to lee*; ture' before 'a iriocting of tho Society, j' it -is .significant that no' invitation l)'as been issued to Dr. Cook. ' : Comnrande^V^earir.' has ' teleferaph'ed {o; the Director' of tho Amoricail M11-' seum of Natural Hi...

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ORDER OF SALES FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

ORDER OF SALES FOR TO-DAY. Fat -cattle, ..104 lieud: Ii. II. ' Taylor GO. head, 1; Palmer and McPhlllamy, I 41 head, 2. Fat Sheep: Palmer and ! McPhiliamy, 1. Store Sheep: Palmer! and, McPliillauiy, 1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

Rahjitfeinhjl'8 married!,- ? . So tlie cable s,ays; jLong enough lie 'tarried In Ills crick c(t. days. ' Now that tflicy are pver, Or at least are fewer, .Ran jl's, still a lover . ' Of Woods'' Great .Peppermint 1 Guru.

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ILLNESS OF MR. HINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

ILLNESS OF MR. HIKES. Mr. Hines, Telegraph Master at Ba thurs., is still in a serious condition, but his medical advisers do not think that a second operation will be . ne cessary. This news will bo u. great relief to Mr. nines' numerous friends.1 ♦ I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

There is not « parincie' of,, opium or pther ' nnjrcotlc in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and aevi* has been s'nee it was first offered to the (public. It' Is as safe a medicine for a. child aa for an adjilt. Tills romedjy Is fam ous for its cures of colds and croilp, und can. always be depended upon. F07. tale by ti. Edgley and Co,

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CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUB. Following Is the result of a shoot of seven shots at GOO and 700 yards, held In connection with the Civilian Rifle Club: A. . Carpenter, 31, 30— Gl; A. Stubbs, 30, 30— GO; b; Cutler, 20, 33 —59; IS. Cutler, 27, 20— 53; E. Ward, 23, 24—17; W. Wlllman, 2G, 20 — 10; B. Holmes, IS, 27 — -15; P. M. Neal, 24. IS— 42. '

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SYDNEY SHAREMARKET. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

: : SYDNEY-. SH^mEMARKKrV / t 1 Sydney. (Wednesday. 1 1 Mt. David, 1/2. ? ? ?. - ' , ? Broken ' Hill' 'Sputh . .(con.')^ j£5 ,:i0s; terms two months, £5 lis. ' Brokes, Hill Junction! North; 31/., ? .' Broken Hllll Junction, 7/4. ' ?? . ; Broken Hill- -South,- paid,' £5 Hr -' BHtlsh, old, 23/9.' ... : Broken'1' Hllli South Blocks, ,34/3,- and 33/9. Broken llill; ' prop.; 40/G. t

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THE BISHOP AT BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

the bishop at bourice. ' ... : ,B1-3h°P made a special visit to Bourko . oh , Sunday last for the p u r- .posc of 'holding a confirmation. Very good congregations and hearty vices were the, order of the day. 'The reoio'r presented 14 candidates. ' T'tife offerings were the largest received' for many, years. . \ .

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Wedding. BALL—LEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

Wedding... * / , BALlr—LEE«,:- . ? I A fashionable wedding took ^place yes'terday, at Holy -Trinity Church, Kelso, when the Rev. Stephen Clifford O'Breziian' Ball, assistant priest, Christ* Church, S: Laurence, 'Sydney., youngest son of Mr. William 'Richard 1 Ball, of County Wicklow, Ireland,- was ? united, iir. matrimony to. 'Miss Ellie Constauce Lee, youngest daughter of the Hon. George Lee, M.L.G., Leeholme, .Kelso. The church was artistically decorated with arum lilies aud blossom. A large floral bell was suspended : from the handsome carved ;oak screen at the en trance 'to tho chuncel. ? Tiie decorations were the work of Mrs: . Brook^Moorei Mrs.' Gibsone, -Mrs. Kite, and other friends of the brldev The .'ceremony was performed by the Bishop of B.uli u rs't, assisted by tlie V6n. Archdeacon Oakes, rccto'r of Kelso. As the ? bride entered the church tho choir sang tho hymn, 'The voice that . breathed o'er Edeiii' The service'' was fully chonU, Miss Emily Cousius presiding at the ...

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