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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

A crown of glory — is a beautiful head of hair. An Australian lady jj^DijLnow in London writes under date Jan. 28, 'Ayer's Hair Vigor haa dono my hair ' 3 wor'^ E00^- In IlIffivMv Thanks to it, my hair IF lit' I t»3/ 's now Glossy, || IISm Si and soft, and when 11 1 ISS t^' P'a'ted '' 55 inches |||]Kh wjt long. Ayer's Hair Vigor 11 ra ought to bo usod by II /DB jStt every woman who I Sm takes pride in her ; M1 1 xgi appearance.' \ You also may have — -J ' such a crown of glory if you will (\v \\ follow the ex ample of this lady and use filler's Jtair Vigor It will remove all dandruff and make your hair rich and abundant. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer (i Co., Lowell, Mais.i ? Clements & McCarthy 3ATHURST N.S W. AUCTIONEERS, GENERAL AGENTS & VALUATORS Sales of Fat and Sture StooK EVERY THURSDAY At the Bathurst Corporation Saieyards. leariM-Out, Laud, & Other Salos To Suit the Convenience ol Vendors. t.RsONS found TK liSPA SSI NO ' l/U I TING FENCES, or DHIVINGSTOC...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Council Accounts. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

Council Accounts. ? !A-t 0le meeting ,o.f UVtWrt Councill last night the following M counts were passed for payment:' ' ; . GENERAL. ( Staff paWInoet, salari'ds, -if ^ (,n OveWcer of works, salaiy, '40 in „ Ganjeners, salaries. .. in m n Deputy Council Clerk, petty A. Baylis, oartage, 0 H ,? .T. Rawson, tree holes, 3 2/J G. Cunnlngha,m screenings 10 n A, Bell, wood ? ' I I ? Law Book Co.-,- books, s 0 13 ji , '£09:11 10 GAS AVORKS, TRADING. ? s (I Staff paysheet, .salaWe's, .. '9 p j Gasworks paysheet, ; - wages, , S8'17 0 ,E. Hayes, sejiiaii-s; lamps, ... 4 2fi Railway, freight, : . .... 32 9^ ' IE134 14 5 WATER TRUST, Staff paysheet, \salalries, B 5 li ?'Wateiivvorks, :do, ; '\vla|g|es,1, ... 23 C 3 Waiter Inspectors, do. 'doK G 5 0 Sanitary Ij-eptv -bagsii, I .. 0 15 5) A. - Brvylis, cartage, . . 2 15 9 t ',C3S S 2 SANITARY, 'Alto GARBAGE. ' '£ s. il. Staff paj-sheofi, salarSes, .. K. 14 7 Sian,itaiiyi, ptiysheot^ wages, -14 2 I) E. Hayes, goods, .. 0 6 0 U. J. 'Tinkler, forage, ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER 1.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

KalpA JJemcit's Message UiaAt' i.— tuontiuued.j Ah, wuuu l do! But 1 was always ail uiiiuuivy ujBggai , jLtoipli' suiii g o^ui.y. \xiiy jia^.ifck papers io-*.y, Aina?' ju/ei'ii is a Times j,\jr Jiat i 'uoiiip- soii— iiotmug l'or you.' ?I' oi-oiib! W.iieu uo 1 ever got either ietiei'8 or ueivsi^iiei's?' itauih paid ? » imu« Jiiugju, -vvuo is .mere to sencl Uieru to iue, i wonder .'' ? ?How siiottld I know? i guess you Iiave t'rieuds and relations someiwjiere 'bout as-' well as other people,' Nina iaiswei;ed. ? : ... ' ? . 'i have relations cea-ta1uly, :but tliey cast me off Jong ago,' E.aliXhj.unswei'ed (.pjrelesaly. 'I (was tho black dheep, of thje family, Nina, and the rest: oi' the! itoelc have ppi-sisteutly ahunned' mo and shut me out of the told.' , Nina looked, at him curiously, from, undeir llier Jong laches. She took| one of the Ilowiers lixjui: her belt land' plucked the ipetals slojwiy Urom the litaiit. 'I idare say it twas :yoiir own. tfault,' i'lie said. ' ! ' ^ 'Not a do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

There is not a particle of opium or . oilier na/i-cotic ? in CJiainlyerliiln's Cougllu Remedy; and -levo*.' lias been s'nee it was first offered 'to the public. It Is as safe a medicine) for a. chiild as for an adult. This .remedy is fam ous for its cures of 'colds and' onoup, and can always be depended upon. 'For sale by L. Edgley and Co. ? ; : ; ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

Peeple Who Woik. \ Every man or woman who works must keep healthy if the work is ??-to be done efficiently; the unfit go to the wall. Good work depends on good: health. Work becomes a nightmare to those who are not well. Are you effi cient? Or are you depressed, tired, suffering from broken sleep, backache pains in the limbs, bad taste in the mouth. All /these are symptoms,': that you r kidneys are weak, and not able to carry on the Work, of properly filtering the blood,,. And ail these symptoms are forerunners of Dropsy, Diabetes; or Bright's Disease. , Doan's Backache Kidney Pills act on the kidneys,- free from pain, from-, backache and head-; ache. Theyv will keep you efficient. Here is the experience ot a Bathurst. man: — ' . \ V. . ? - ? - Mr.: Francis Howard, coachpainter, oE Lambert-street, Bathurst, says:— 'Years ago,' ;I injured: my 'back lifting a coach. I wenthomein great agony, and was laid up for four days. AU 'hat time I could not more ' without intense torture. X don'...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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Our Sydney Letter. AMATEUR STATUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

Our Sydney Letter. (From our Correspondent.) AMATEUR STATUS. ? What 'is an amateur? is the quesr tioh that is agitating the minds of 'footballers. In this age, which ques tions- everything, ? some. hyperci;itical persons have. gone so far as to ques tion whether footballers have any minds but this very discussion furnishes au unmi,stakable answer in the . affirmative. Certain members .of the Wallaby club have agreed to participate in: the pro fits of' matches wlich they are about to nlowj.-onrt mr.nt.-nf tlio ntllP.r clubs have decided that they have Ahoreby for feited, their.' amateur status; ? ; It is a controversy- between the League and the Union. The League says: 'We can't get on without £ sld.' The . Union takes the high ground that no amateur much touch the' unclean thing. WHERE SHALL THE LINE BE ' I TYTCAWM - - ' In a community where sports assume so prominent a place some intelligible principles by which the line can be drawn between the afnateui- and the professional- must...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

Blood poison resulting from small wounds is becoming: more prevalent. Even so -slight an injury as the scratch of a pin wiil sometimes cause bloodi poisoning.. The sare way is to apply Ohimberlain's Pain Balm as soon as the injury toe been received. That lini ment prevents all danger of blood pels -ming and causes the injury to Ileal in about cne-third (ihe time required by the usual treatment. Foe saie by. L'. Edgley. and Co. i

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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A CANDID CRITIC. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

A CANDID CRITIC. J 1 ? (To the Editor.) . J Sir,— It - 15 11'ot often I 'care :? to : enter into a newspapei contioversy,' or! to Indulge t in: criticism of: those '.^wlio- set themselves up to be critics; but, in common with' many of your readers, I cannot help smiling at the ludicrous ouuns or \'our coiueiuporary to stem the growing popularity of ??your, ' jour nal, by the puerile' and folish pars which are constantly appearing in its columns; I will just instancte - one paragraph which appeared; in Satur day's paper. In the 'They , Say.' col umn of that issjie, the following bril liant criticism occurs: 'That the n'ew journalism, .not content -.with! falsifying history, and turning- statistics into a GilbertiaiV extravaganza, . has ? laid Its destroying ihand on tho King's. Eiig lish. That the' other day it 'perpetuated' the atrocious phrase,. 'There is hopes.' I . suppose tho writer .means, ..'per- petrated.' ' ' 1 Now, 111 the same issue ?, occurs -= a leading, article, — the p...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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Correspondence. CLOSER SETTLEMENT. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

Correspondence. | CLOSER SETTLliiMENT. j (To the Editor;., I Sir, — Perhaps the most important question to be dealt with at the .pre sent tlmo, for the welfare of New, South Wales, is that ot closer settlement. Every one will admit that , we have large ; areas of our best lands ill . tho hands' of a 'limited number 01 hoiulio, and that there are many deserving men, with and 'without, capital, clamoring to become ,primary producei-?.,-: . - The object of closer settlement is, to put these men, with living areas, -upon the - :bbst land, at the most liberal terms, and without injustice to. the, pre-, sent owners, whilst safe-guarding ; the, general taxpayer. ' , To- achieve this end the Government have passed various Acts, and are now. introducing a new Bill; the Opposition propose a Graduated Land Tax. ' ; .n None of these will be entirely, suc cessful in getting every -acre put-to its. fullest use. . Lftnd should not be held, for all time, by any individuals or, private^ corpora tion...

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LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

LUCERNE. Lucerne (says an exchange) should never be grazed, but should be cut and fed either, green or. as hay. Graz ing is a wasteful method of harvesting lucerne, aud docs not . give the plant it chance to ;do its best. The -crop should bo allowed to make its full growth before being cut. Tlie exact time lor cutting..- may be set . down as when the- main part of the crop is out in flower. If a set of harrows-Is run over, the paddock after each, cutting it will improve it greatly by loosening ' or opening out the individual sets of the. plant and dragging out . weed's . A paddock under this treatment may be expected to give good returns for at least twelve.years and produce several cuttings per year. -. ?,

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CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUB. . The following were made yesterdny in p-actice at the 500yds. and Gooyds- ranges ? VV. Willman, 3°- 3Vr-' 63; A; Carpenter, 31, 31— 62; ,E. Ward, . 31* 30-61; A: Stubbs, ; 3 1 ? . 2 7 — 58; I'. Neal, 25, 23 — 48. 1

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Closer Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

Closer Settlement. In, Tuesday's- issue we referred to the matter of Closer Settlement. We ^pointed out that the advocates or Closer Settlement had made 110 effort to show how 'we could secure what .was desired. We could not -find any trace of earnestness about any of their t ' alleged hreiinii'iitK. ' In ? order, to , dl« ? cover whether the very desxierate -ad- vocates of Closer Settlement for Ba thurst .had ever given the ,\ practical ? '-??? part of the .question any consideration ? at ? all — oven - a - passing conside ration — .wo held out a little bait. It was a tempting little thing, buc only very young lish , would rise at , ; it. The 'Advocate' ? rose. This; was our bait: 'If the advocates of Closer Settle ment are really in earnest, let them go into details, and show how Closer Settlement can be accomplished. Sure ly, the people who are so earnest in their advocacy of Closer Settlement must be In possession of sufficient in formation to be able to formulate some practical...

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Nunicipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

Nunicipal Council. The ^regular fortnightly meeting - of the Municipal Council was held in the Town. Hall last night, there being;pre sent Aldermen F. B; 1 Kenny- -(Mayo'r) , A. Gartrell, H. C. Beavis,: W.'-'J. Mc Phillamy. , W. Drvflen: T. .Pnrrv 1? -t T/ Giimour, and 13. T. AVebb. Communications were received from, the Municipalities j'- of : Armidale, Nar randera, Braidwood, Goulburn, - Mus wellbroolt, -Grafton, ;; 'Bro'ken' Hill, Campbelltown, : Casino, Cowra, East Maitland, . Guunedah, Hamilton*' . Lith gow, Merewether, Morpeth, Moss^Vale, iuuubCL,. ; .runtus, J-amworca, Waratah, West Maitland, and Wolloii gong, endorsing the action of the' Ba- thurst -.Council.' with, reference to the jFlire ,Br.igade!s Bill; now before Parlia ment. ? '? ????'' : Mr. . John Miller wrote stating that he was ..informed by the Minister of i Public 'Instruction some weeks back i that' orders' had been given to -instal a radiator in \ the Public School. Mr. I Miner also informed the Council that he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

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Federal Parliament. MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. Melbourne. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

Federal Parliament. MUCH A DO ABOUT NOTHING. Melbourne. Wednesdav. In the Senate, the Appropriation Bill for new works and buildings was re ceived from the House of Representa tives, and passed all stages without amendment. The Budget discussion was conclud ed, and the Senate adjourned. In the House of Representatives, Mr. Fuller, iu reply to Mr. Bowden, said that Mr. Wade was coming to Melbourne to discuss the Federal Ca pital Site question. Mr. Deakin, in reply t6 Mr. Hughes, said an early opportunity would ? be given to discuss , the arrangement ar rived -a.t by the Imperial Defence Con ference. :t ' Mr. Fuller, jn reply to Mr. Bamford; said the Board of Inquiry reported +jio+.+i,„ i ? -?:-?'» 'June .luauiiiuus uAaniineu were unsuitable to Commonwealth re quirements. The. House went into Committee to further discuss the Budget; in the de bate on which Mr. King O'Malley was making a . long speech which was not concluded, and as no headway was made with tlie Estimates, tho House ad...

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Local and General. DAIRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

, Local and General, JDAIItlES. The Sanitary 1 Inspectoi'7 l\lrt ' Pod, more, reports .very favorably on the Bathurst dairies.

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RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

]ti:,S)(iNArrtv At last nig'-.f.' meetta^ tut: Muni- | cipal Council, llie re.-ii^v\;uloi-., nf 'Al derman McIieTin-tn.;':.waa-.''1rfiadi'-y.'r--A-.3*lio' Mayor and Aldermen expressed- their regret at tho resignation; and . their appreciation, of Alii irji n :McLenpaii\s work whilst hi1. heid o'li2 3!: : l'hi»; pIcp tion ? of Alder'u-in ?? ?- } n . ;,-M aaa's place will take oiacs mi 'tsnturil-iy, September 25th next. , - I)ISarEMBEIOD;NT. The 'National Advocate', says it be lieves in dismembering all largo-; es tates, whether they are' situated on the banks of the Macquarie or anywhere I elfSe.'-^Quite so. The 'Advocate'' be- I lieves in the dismemberment and ^.di- 1 vision of everything— except anything 1 it happens: to own on its own ac- 1 count. If the ^'Advocate' owned any I land, it wouldn't believe ([uite so firm ly, in dismemberment. But there' are I a lot of people like tlie 'Advocate.'

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LICENSE GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

LICUxXSK G1UXXUD. At the Bathurst Police Court yes terday/- Arthur James Flanagan was grafted a hawkers cart license.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

? Chambe;Jiain's Stomach and Liver Tablets :are purely vegetable' and .on lain no ingredient that can in any -way i be injurious to the most delicate per 1 ?on.' Their action is mild and1 gentle ?without any of tlie painful sensations experience ! by the use of P.lls. 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. Edgley and Co. A.Ti. il art 1 Hairdresser and Tobacconist, HAS taken over the Promises be twt'en ; the Grand and Royal Hotels, lately, occupied by Mr. E. Misic, after being in charge of the Hair dressihg Saloon during the past eigh years it-, connection with the busines carried on successively by Messrs. Tesst mond, Stapltitoh, and Briggs, and hopes by strict attention to business to luerit a fair ihare of puolic patronage. 18J II .) WICK STREET Boot and Shoe Importer, Lowest Prices. 1 .est Footwear. Laicsi Styles. : Large Assortment of.; M.en)s, Women's and Children's footwear ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

wool ^ ^ j ||^ ^ WHEAT ^ Fat ^ stock ^ ' Stock /fiB'OWFpM Station 'esiaen V~~~^ — iZJ Agents. REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF i 'SKSNS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS EVeW''' CONSIGNMENT RECEIVES THE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF OUR PRINCIPALS, WHO SUPERVISE THE CATALOGUING, MAKE THE VALUATIONS AND CONDUCT THE SALES. 5===^ OFFICES and STORES: CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. - ? » ffiCnid»f Asthma. Bronchllls and^gfc = ~ — $ i-noE troubles quickly cured by TgV ?? ?? | BALSAM 1 1 & OF p 1 ANISEED I ~\a Of all Chemtsts and Stores. ZIM Sole Agents for New South Wales, and /)CIZ ? ^ Quccn^aiul, I-r.UOTT Bit OS., DOG FORMS ? ON SALE Distinguished, everywhere Delicacy of Flavour, Supsrirr Quality, and Highly Nutritive Properties EPPS'S GOCOA Is a Valuable Article of Diet and should be in every home. 1H515T upon Gates made by jiff wSowj^jPretctiy^V r? ? AJL 1 1» Settles ' Bourkc losf his brood mire -, agp3*! n ^ Ir'Settler;' llelfvil.ydocsrirhe^erA good \ ArtCHOR GATE life Ihk ?' ? Address :...

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