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NORTH WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909
NORTH 'WARD. A numerously signed requisition has been presented to Mr. A. Rigby, asking him to allow himself to be nominated for the position of alderman fot the seat vacated by Alderman JVlcLennon, re signed. Mr. Rigby has consented. He has at all times taken a lively interest in the welfare of the town, and if elected, with bis . practical knowledge, shou'd make a useful member of the Council. There is no* r. partjtcle of opium or other naiTcotic in Cliamberleln'a Cough. Remedy, and jcva.- lins been s'nee it was first offered to the public. It is as safe a medicine for a child aa for an adult. Tills remedy is fam ous for its cures of colds and croup, and can always be depended upon. For sale by Jj. Edgley and Co,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909
Bathurst Show. Howick-st., Only ! First prize Portraits First Prize Portraits, j£ nlarueri [A CLE AM SWEEP. ' ] ^ First Prize Landscapes, Enlarged 1 ft AO ' Fr'ze Port'ils 1H. C. BEAVIS, Howick-st. Only i lyUO ] nZC landscapes l- AWarded 7 Firsts out of 8 I Prize Enlarged Poriraiis J Total— GO FIRSTS. Photographs all -'induced on Austnl Paper Mounts All Oi'iers, One First HE MBit DM CUT CD STRONGEST DRESSING COMB SN THE WORLD. ,VWW\ ?VWWVWWIAA.' LADIES, the next time you require a comb ask for the RUSSIAN CLAY Bends Double Without Breaking — It Saws Wood. May be Washed in Hot Water — Does Not Scratch the Scalp — Costs No More ' T.Ian Other Combs. Gr-I'VE ONJE A, TEIAL. Obtainable Only from p^~E, WEBB & CO SOLE AGENTS FOR BATHUitST. , ' PRICES — Gent's/gd.; Ladies', Half Rack; is.; larger size, is 8d. NT) — The Only Genuine ' RUSSIAN CLAY ' COMB is a Light Salmon ? _D* Pink Color and is branded ' RUSSIAN CLAY.' Obtainable Wholesale only from E. A. Elliott, Sole Authorised Age...
Turon Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909
Turon Shire Council, .\Thc: Turon : Shire .'Council held its monthly - meeting in the Council Cham bers yesterday, when there wore pre sent: Councillors I-I. C. Suttor,, Presi 'dent, in the chair, I-I. S. Wark, W. F. I Hodge, McICenzie, J. Crosslcy, and J. J. Sullivan. A communication was received from Mr. John Miller, M.L.A., enclosing a copy of letter, dated 5th August, that he .wrote to the Public Instruction Department as soon as he had read the paragraph in the paper re Sunny Corner Public School. Mr. Miller also wrote re width of Tyres Bill, and stated -thiiti if flip r.min-: cil could iet him know if they ob jected to any special ' clause in this Bill, he would try aal haye' it al tered. ,Mr, Miller said he had' already written to the Works Department about tho right of entry to enclosed lanus ljor 'the purpose of obtaining road metal, and trusted that this pro vision would be incorrjt-vated in the Amended Bill. — Recoiv.j.i. In another communicfcti&n, dated August 5t...
SYDNEY SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909
f ? 'DNEY SHARE! market. IS^^/uuctic-n, 7/3. Hit 1/2. lliokc,1, n-!! 'Tuctiorl Nor tin, 31/6. 'lo'itih, £5 Sout31' Paid,' terms one Ske,' Hin SD0Utl1 ^ocks, 34/. Bolton i-Uli i l'0l,1'ioto l'y' V2 Broken til!, Noi'tl1. SS, 'G. 3/8. '1 ^ South, tt ums, 6 weeks
The Aerial Peril. WELL-KNOWN AVIATOR KILLED. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909
The Aerijil Peril. ? V,|lL-Ki\'OWN AVIATOR KILLED'. ... London. iWednesdaiy, Ifeivm i -Wn aviator named Le iiejr ,, lms been Jellied at Jusssy, in? n in Krancje, in malc bl-nialt /Ull: with a new, Wright I (lew u' !lt a beigjit of te'n metresl liTilirmaU £rom tho ground, the Hashed t slll,|lonly 'dipped, and was that tii t!le ground with such force' Bpiij. 0 av^tor was; killed on the
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909
Mr. O. Coolc, South Isi9, Q-. E yfor 'Some time ago, while can0 ,,rE at Mr. Korj-, of Doolbl, I hatB a seui taclc of Colic and Dian rlioea. ^ ^ some medicine from tlio Qh ( 0 it did me no good. A Wtoml £ «Jm, advised 1110 to tiy diambei _ ,m(1 \ Chol'ora and Diarrhoea J101',...,.' t:1](|nS am pleased that I did, for n |.ccovorcl a few doses I had entirelj -, por and wus flt fov work u&xt (la' sale by L. EOfgley. and Co. - - '
Abercrombie Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909
Abercrombie Shire Council. (From our Correspondent.) Tho monthly meeting of the Aber crombie Shire Council was held at the Council-chambers, Rockloy, on Satur day, 4th instant. Councillor M'intosh (president) m the chair. AH tiie coun 2illors were present except Councillor M'Phee, to whom leave of absence was granted,: owing to his absence in West Australia. The minutes of. the previous meeting having been confirmed,- the clerk pre sented the., reconciliation statement arid the -President reported he had ex amiiied.'tho books and found same cor rect. . ' Correspondence. . , A letter was read from the Chief Secretary advlstjig that October ism had been proclaimed a public holiday iu Bathurst municipality, and Alie'r jcroriibie, Oberon, and T'uron '-Shires. I From Department of Public Works, lorwaruing ? copy ot poclamatlon in 'Government Gazette' of July 2SII1 conferring on' tiie council the powers contained In paragraph (l) section 107 of Local Goversinent Act, relative to conservat...
Federal Parliament. DEAKIN'S ACTION QUESTION. THE STATE DEBTS. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909
? Federal Parliament. IDEAKIN'S ACTION QUESTION. THE STATE DEBTS'. Melbourne, Thur^lay!. I rue Senate disicussed ithe Standin® Orders all the afternoon and private members business all the evening. In the House of Representatives Mr. Fniser took exception to the insertion |gi» Hansard , of reporfci ot Mr. D«a p.ms speech of tables not read by pjii'Deakin. I-Ic moved that the action H of llie Speaker in ordering their in f^on le disapproved. 0 After som^ , (discussion the motion! was ivi(htlrt*\ , „ S After pmtiW. members* business IJ'io debate on the Bill to AmenS the |wifetitution in the direction of the ll'?®™ 'agreement whs -continued: Bfc'i , Fisll'5r who strongly aisapprov feti, °i ffhe Constitution ni gg wish app roving of the payment to If ,lStatos of 25/ per he?.-: uvtll their I g| 'its were taken over by tho Com |P'-mweatlh. Ip,1,!1.8 ''ebate was continued By Sir || llip 'ysh and furlier adjourned
AUSTRALIA v. ENGLISH ELEVEN. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909
?['AUSTRALIA' v. ENGLISH ELEVEN'. M London', .Thursday. I This match commenced at Scar iwroiigh to-day. , 'v! : Following iar'c the ipllayers ch'pssn: for tiie English! Eleven: Spoons?, Ilutchins, Fane, Carr, Hirsb, Rhodes, Hunter, [Buckenjliam) ITobbe, fTyldes ley^nd Thompson. Mcalister, Gresorv. Whitty, Carkeok, and Trumper were omitted from the Aus tJallim eleven. Scores: England.— Firs), Innings. Hohhs, c Armstrons, b Macartnoy . . 0 Bliodcs, c leaver, b Noble . . . 4 Spooacr, not out ... ... .. 2 Two for .. 6
The Australian Cricketers. MATCH AGAINST AN ENGLISH ELEVEN. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909
The Australian Cricketers. Im Vl'CH AGAINST AM ENGLISH London, Wednesday. When l-'l-iy commenccd at Aiu p.m., , . n.nvii ' ihe woatlidn was uuil iittei soh UUie attendance a|l(l tllU W iGlvOt bOll. lvwnenaBWcenliam was 14, Barnes / VuiKUt by Hopkins at short ieg, I !ff Truini'cr for 10-9 for 101), Blythe 'uter' ten minutes may Bucltenhanv ifSo-aud- by O'Connor for. L8, S«Sit„i;iSsTOtctse1d°-at 2.35 p.m., ftp,. 100 minutes play1. Ti e Australian innings opened to i„ howling oi Blythe and Barnes to., 1 Ss of Trumper and Whitty. \ien Kpor wa3 7, Whit* was taught low down by Buclccnham off nanies lor 1 1 ? PirKclc joined Trumper and the ,.,L was caught at cover point i-y ^howled Barnes, for 12-2 for 2 Barnes wag howling well and O'Con „«? was caught off his bowling at |011g on by Tarrant for 2-3 for 24. Carkeek, at 35, gave a chance off Tones at second slip to BuMoniiam. jfcAlisfer, when 30. -was bo. vie J by Iremongor. He batted fon 50 minutes, —1 for S3. . When Banlsloy was live, Cark...
Railway Goods Shed. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909
Railway Goods Shed. ^ (To. tth® Editor.) Sir,— A matter of considerable in terest to the Bathurst public ivhich has come under my notice is' worthy of attention, seeing that the conse quences are so wide reaching and tend to affect a large section of the community. Notwithstanding the present depressed condition of affairs] in the West, and in which, .unfortu- j nately, Bathurst is sharing pretty con- j siderably, affairs at the Bathurst Railway goods shed are not as satis factory as they might' be. The amount of traffic is sucli . that con siderable delay is occasioned in the handling of produce and goods con signed to local storekeepers, dealers, andNothers, with the result that annoy-, ance is caused, and losses in business sometimes follow. Those in com mand of the station are, as far as one can gather by enquiry and observa tion, not in any way to blame' for this. Everything possible is done by the officials to meet the difficulty and overcome it, but present appearances point ...
THURSDAY ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909
: - THURSDAY ISLAND. - In the opinion of Senator -Pearce, late Minister for Defence, matters are in a parlous condition on Thursday Is land.- He ^ays : — ' At any time the Tapanese residents there could over whelm the gartison and capture the for tifications. That's the first thinp that would ' be done in the event of an invasion.'
Cycling and Motoring Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909
Cycling and Motoring Notes. The Bathurst — Sydney raee-wa« decided last Saturday tinder perfect weather conditions ; out ol: 110 en trants, G9 faced ,tlie starter. A good ' race resulted in a win for. H. Lnndie' (36 minutes), who neKotiatecl the li)'-} miles in 7 hours 33 minutes 20 seconds Two brothers, in A. C and F. D. Walc.ott, put up a great ride by finishing second and third re spectively, the last named, who started o(t 25 minutes, established fastest time, viz , 7 hours 2-1 minutes 10 seconds, which is only a few seconds outside G. I-Iorder's record for the course. The fast times registered by the riders in' this event auger well for the big New South Wales Dunlop Road Race to be held from Goulburn to Sydney. (131 miles) next Saturday, and for which 100 riders have nominated. The fastest ridet' in this, event will .officially re present New South Wales .in the ' Waraiambool.' ? ????IP-..-.-..*-,''.*: One of the remarkable features about all the experiments in flying during t...