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

the weather. Fine andvC.lear conditions' prevailed all over the State yesterday, and Ba Lhurst, the same as all other stations, experienced beautiful weather. Fore cast: Weather improving on the coast,' 1 but a change for unsettled and show ery^ weather rapidly passing over the western districts; northerly winds .in! partJ fresh and squally. 1 The tem perature for yesterday was maximum j 02 degrees; minimum 35.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Sydney Letter. CURRENCY CRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

Our Sydney Letter. (From, our Correspondent.) CURRENCY CRANKS. . Among a gathering which contains so many doctrinaires and extremists as the Federal Legislature, it may natu lally be expected Lliat .'the currency crank' will muster strongly. He does. And every now and then, like Mr. U Matley, he indulges his fellowmem bers with glowing and viviil pictures of the, prosperity which would follow the adopton' o£ his ideas. Needless to say, they differ somewhat widely from one- another; Tile. Sydney type of self appointed financial expert indulges vi sions of -a character which some of his southern brethren would be loath to father;- For there is a certain amount of -provincialism :even : among' the vi sionaries. -Tasmanian views differ from those of New South Wales, ? :eveir~ as -iasmanlan: redskins differ ':£rom the tubers grown . on the northern rivers. But there are some nnints in whlr-li they all agree most fraternally. FACT AND FANCY. The most striking of the points of agreement be...

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

Fat ' ' ' f^toOtS Stoclcj^ stock /BROKERS) station ? Icsmcn -A^cntSo REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF S.;. /SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKIMS EVEftY CONSIGNMENT RECEIVES THE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF OUR PRINCIPALS, WHO SUPERVISE THE CATALOGUING, MAKE THE VALUATIONS AND CONDUCT THE SALES. OFFICES and! STORES , CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY, a Distinguished everywhere Delicacy of Flavour, Superior Quality, and Highly Nutritiva Properties EPPS'S COCOA Is a Valuable Article of Diet and should be in every home. ^ msisT upon Gates nAD&iBY ' /--. Ji m TANCHOR^f'FmCE.iY^\ Settles ' Bourkc losr his brood -5^ _ , l&sr ni^hr !' , V Z^Settlen liell. nl.ydoearirheSerA good Address : Lombard Chambers, 107 Pitt-st., Sydney. JMS '- 11 ? Muttovj , ? I and all other Joints J t| ' are rendered. (bot or cold) ] iff RELISHING AND ENJOYABLE f \k by the addition of a ILEA & PERR1HS' f 1 CHEESE has an exquisite /' i * ' X \ » I delicacy imparted to it jj - *!- * 1 \ 1 I if a little o...

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Local and General. ALDERMANIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

Local and General, - . . . ALDKR.MAMC. ' It ij- understood that Mr. Adain'lu iies v.JU be ;i ciiudiUato lor the next election for tho North Ward. *'

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

IN ME5I0RIAM.' HUNT.— In loving memory ol Charity G. Hum, who died September lull, 19P7. ' IVfL-imia in the .sight of the Lord is tbo death of His snintt,.' l'salm 1 1G— 13. Jpic gat IuiVi.it Stints. THURSDAY, SEPT. 9, 1909.

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

WANTKD, good Respectable GENE iAL. Two adults!'- References. Appl ' 323 BRNTINCK-STHEET. W ANTED, 2 Well-furnished ROOMS. Use kiti jen (own Gas Stove); must boolean. A.li., ' TIMES' OFFICE. WANTUD, the AUDKESH of BOILER ., TESTEIiS., Apply Offico of THIS PAPER. VST ANTED, LAUNDRY HOUSEMAID. ? lV Apply Mrs. E. T. WEBB, Little- ' bourne. - ' WANTED, Competent COOIC nnd ? HOUSEMAID. Apply SIRS. H. ' OliAGO, Royal Hotel. 'jrjERSONS Trespassing on any part , JL of Bradwardino, iwill be prose cuted. R. G. EDGELL. nr*0 LKT. — ' BUOU,' Two-storied Brick A House ; every convenience. 10 acres , land. Tan minutes from I'ost. For further particulate apply OLEMENTS: & McCAK- : THY, Auctioneers. t FRIDAY (TO-MOKROW), 2.30. -A/o Mr. rtby, 30 Sheets Iron,: Long Tables and Treseclf large 1' :tures, 'I imber, etc. E. . GOLSBY. FKIKNDLY SOOi X'.VIES AS,si lOlATION. Monthly Meetii.0 TU-NIGHT iTHURS DAY).' Osual time and place. G. V. MOKGAN, Hon. See. . Healthiest Situation in Bathurst. An Up-to...

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BATHURST APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

BATHURST APPLES. Tlu 'Agricultural Gazette' says: At tho beginning of April, ft consign ment .of Rome Beauty and Cleopatra apples ^ from the Brithurst' Experi mental Farm were forwarded' to Van couver by the Department of Agricul ture. A report has now been ,;re cie'lv'ed Indicating that the . fruit ..ar rived in. excellent condition, lmvlu& been we'll . graded and weil ' pactad:' Tho, shipment,. sold , rapidly, and ' the price obtained, lis 4d per case,, was the highest. realised, uj) to.tlie time of pale.'.'!!', After, allowing .fir . ail expen's-: es, the net return', .was iipproximately 7s' per case, 'whlclu'may be considered a very satisfactory ' price: It ' might be mentioned that; the net return per. case from the 400 cases of Jonathans and Cleopatras from the same. Farm, which were sent to London for ? sale in March last, was- practically' the same, viz.,' 7s. ' This.'of -course, Ms very satisfactbry;' but what the T3ath urst person wishes to know 'is, why ho caniiot...

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

If You Have ''ouble ,?0USh',. no8B' tliroat or lung Plaint ' , mc ' bowel or kidney com neuralgia, USE '?blespoon ^XTRACT: Ave drop. In a lt0' exnp t nater' Remember, you can I sort of ,tl10 sood etfeets from any I c!7Res ,, lyptua- SANDER'S EXTRACT Ianii antit-n C?.aUB0 ' contains etherdeal 5 fa other P BUl)Btances not contained I latter 6uca'yPtua products. These, 5' death i,° caUB0(1 grievous harm and I 1,0 not aS ,rcsulted from their use. I' kccp3 ijnPu an ointment to a sore? FI bruises an C i '1Q Be°retlons. To woundB : 'l4'1 other vi burns' ulcers, eczema EXTnApJr°'ble°' APPLY |£''on ot oil dropB in a tabl&- S!'0». SANrv^„?'' 'r'10 0lfect will surprise |«ausc ,t . R3 EXTRACT HEALS, be lt0,1itltueiit« 3 'rec-^ tr°m the irritating i'03 Preparat|C^,ntalnea 111 otk,r It heals when otberl fS ^Q8tst n il'^CALYPTi ^vm„GBNltJINE SANDER j|deriTe tha kon«Bj[ 'T an^ y0U w1^

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

' Chamberlain's Stomach ? and Liver Tablets arc purely .vegetable and'/on tain no ingredient that can in any ?way be Injurious to the most delicate per ron. Their action is mild am], gentle without any of the painful sensations , experienced by the use of Pills. Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets act as a tonic, strengthen the ?system, and assist the natural movement of the bowels. For -sale by L. Edgloy and Co.

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SPORTING. FOOTBALL WALLABIES v. KANGAROOS. WALLABIES WIN. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

SPORTING. football WALLABIES v. KANGAROOS., WALLABIBa WIN. v, Rvrlnsv. Wednesday. 1 I The match, between the Wallabies I h Kangaroos attracted about .3000 feectators this afternoon at the Royal I AhjhEia«r0thed'\va1labics led by 13 r g, The final scores were : Wallabies v 34 Kangaroos ??? .2I'? Tlie Hairdressers o£ Bathurst play n Newbridge at Newbridge yesterday, ld won by six p5ints'-to five. For Z Hairdressers W. Johnson secured try aud Slocomhe converted. , Gra Lm and Moore secured a try each £o,r fridge. Bung Hill made a .mag nificent run for the Bathurst team, hut s3ed to the Newbridge threequar ]!? Une and the Newbridge man scor d Slocomhe, Shea, and D. Dawson V tlie Bathurst team, were disabled i„ the first half, and C.' Hade, New bridso was partially disabled.' 'The nme was fast throughout, and M. ?l'oomey, 0£ Newbridge, gave the hoys right royal time after the garnet was ®vel.t and offered to bring tho New hTi(1l team to Bathurst shortly to w a return match.

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

BASEBALL. i' Sydney, Wednesday. I The return match bet-veen Victoria and New South Wales resulted in a win |or New Suuth Wales by one innings and one run. ? ?

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Correspondence. MUSICAL AND LITERARY SOCIETY. (To the Editor, "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

Correspondence. MUSICAL AND LITERARY SOCIETY. ? . (To; the Editor, 'Tlio- Tunes.'') Sir, — I am ,so flabbergasted that I scarcely know how to enter a dignified ?protest at-the action of the committee --! tlie Musical and Literal j Society in tk-ir acceptance of sundry silver-plated trophies for competition at the approach inn contests for aspirants 111 the mu?ical and literary world. Literary and Musical Society ! Well ! Well ! I Well 1 ! ! 0 ! good gracious me ! ! Fancy our budding literary geniuses competing for an Aberdeen whisky trophy, our em byronic Melba's siuging for an aromatic schnapps silver-plated bowl, or our infant prodigies struggling to possess a laager betr tankatd ! Sir, it's horrible ! Is the Musical. aud Literary Society 10 con tinue 'in existence for the purpose of ?advertising the deleterious moneymak ing articles and products of distiller#, publicans, anrl brewers? Perish llie thought ! It is sincerely to be hoped that the committee conducting the af fairs of ...

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

Mr- C. Cook, South Isl'3, Q., says: 'Some time ago, whlie cane cutting for Mr. Kerr, of Doolbi. I baa: a severe at tack of Colic and Diarrhoea. I got some medicine from tho CJhemlst hut it did me no good. A friond of mlno advised me to try Chamberlain's Colic, Choflera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and 1 am pleased that I did, fpr after taking a few doses I had entirely recovered and was fit for work next day.' For «ale by L. Edgley and Co. |

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CRICKET. RHODES' SECOND THOUSAND. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

.; CRICKET. ?uilpBES* SECOND THOUSAND. ?' London, Wednesday. ?'W. 'Rhades, of Yorkshire, has com pleted his 2000 runs in first-class cricket this season. '

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A SERIOUS CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

A SERIOUS CHARGE. ? ?Walter Ambrose Brown, a young man, who was admitted to the Orange Hospital last week, auffeHng from a fractured skull, dled^on Monday night. Brown Informed the police that he was assaulted by two men in a shear ing hut at Canonbar -station, . Nyn aim \\a» .struck on the head by ii bottle. Two young men, Bert and Norman Reynolds, who were arrested at Nyngan, were brought before the , Orange Police Court on Tuesday mor aine, and chargad with feloniously slaying Brown. They were remanded for eight days. Brown was a single man, and a resident, of Lyndhurst.

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WHAT IS A LIVING AREA! [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

-WHAT IS A JIVING. AJ1EA! In the course of bis address dol- - - ered' in the Mechanics' Institute : Friday last, 011 the aims and W*'' of tlhe Farmers' and Settlors' As sociation, Mr. Patten, M.L.C., _TCfer''J to a question that often in An..nM. ap tho? Aesnr.kitioll *.'s u the definition of a living area, rb wore delegates at the' early c01''' ... ces of ' tho Association from all I' of «ie State. To illastrato Hie ?- * biguity vftiioh shrouded the 'l1'/'1'' ' he would compare* a sheep r*' from Coonamble, and a da h. ? from, Maraud. The CoonamWc » would-requlre 10,000 acres I'm' a 'u » area, ? wJiile he (Mr. Patten) K™'' a 'dairyman at Maltland, who, fi' or twenty acrcs of land, amassed n a fortune, \and supported n ? r family. Thus It was, when the » ' and farmer heard of 10,000 ac fairly took his breath awny, . ?was making more money out , 0 10 ('on twenty acres than tho mn Cooriamble would mako out 0 ; 000. On tho other hand »l-e» _ ' cu spoke of. an area of thvontj'. or 40 acre...

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A.H.C. GUILD SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

?A.H.C. GUILD SOCIAL. This function took place in the Odd fellows' Hall on Tuesday night, and, was ? an Immense success. Over 100 couples occupied the floor. First class music was .supplied by Mr. R. NIcholIs' efficient orchestra, . and ii really enjoyable evening wasgspent by all prepen£ ^JVpjjj^se isf'tyi? to the' SecretarJe^ ; Hilton Cashmari 'and' Jim Ryifn)* 'forx,'ihe painstaking manner In which they carried on L- their duties. ^During the evening Mr. S. J. West, of .Sydney, contributed a' vocal- item '? ; In good style, which ? was . . much ? appreciated. Dancing was : indulged -In -until about 2 a.m., when the company ..separated.

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

Never Neglect Backache. If you have a pa.in in your back, . if you' i:ave a lame back or an aching back stop it now. For remember that l.ackache is indicative of kidney disorders, it is a spy placed there by nature to warn you that your kidneys need help. Don't neglect the warn ing, stop it now, for it may be too late ii you put* it off. You ask how to stop it? Well, let this woman tell yOU. . ? Mrs. J.. Collins, Charlotte-street, Ba thurst, says: 'Some years^ ago X made a statement regarding ' Doan's back ache kidney pills. At the time I praised this remedy for having cured me of backache, which was very se vere, and . seemed to baffle all treat ment. I can now tell you that the cure was of a permanent nature. X am still right. Backache is indeed a most terrible affliction. I had consult ed doctors, but, 'they did not give me any relief. I suifered for Ave long, year.* and it'-' seemed to mo that I would never get rid of the ailment. But I saw JJoan s .uacKaene is-iunuy p^lls adver...

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MUSICAL EXAMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

MUSICAL ..EXAMINATION. Mr. Frederick Moore, of v the Asso ciated iBoard) 'ifpridon, held an exant:. Illation -j of Vpbpfis' of GJIlanj: terday. when, six candidates were pre sented and passed.

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RUBY CREEK SILVER-LEAD MINE, MOUNT WERONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

PtL'BY CREEK SILVER-LEAD MINE, ' MOUNT WER'ONG. ? '' I Mr. E. Blllett, the manager,- reports ?that assays taken from tlio lode cut in the tunnel pan out at 100 to 150 ounces' of silver and G2 per cent., lead. ,Th- 1 property. Jibs' been ' watched for some oonsiuerabie time by miners and spe- j dilators In the surrounding d'str.ot and the. above report supports the claitur, that have been made regarding the splendid prospects of the field.

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