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Local and General. ORTON PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

Local and General, ORTON I3 ARK. At Orton Park on Sunday, a collec tion will be'tafceu up 011 belnji ot the Bathurst District Hospi'nl.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

? There is not a parqicie '-or opium or other naii'cotlc in. ;.: Cliamberh'in'a Cough Remedy, and .lev-.- has' been : s'nee it waa first offered , to the pnblic. It is as .safe a medicine' for a child aa for an aclult. This remed/y is fam ous for its cures of colds and croup, and can always he depended upon. Fo.r Eale hy, L. Edgley and Co,

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NO. 7 STARR-BOWKETT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

NO. 7 STAim-BOWKET'J.' * SOCIETY. A ballot was drawn 111 connection with the abovp , Society last night. Tlie -successlul- shareholder was Mr. G. Doiiltin, William-street.

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SYDNEY SHARE MARKET. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

SYDNEY SHARE MARKET. 'Sydney, Friday, j Queen Bee, '3/2. Broken' Hill .North ' , (terms' .'one month) 31/. . ? ? 'Mount David ,1/1 and AJ. ' ' ? Broken I-lill' South 'paid ^iG5 -14/. British Broken.- l-Iiir old : (terms 0110 montli). 24/.' . , , . , -Broken vl-lill: Soutlir :(con'0,' ,;£5 : /)&',*. Cd.; «d) ' ' .. . Broken Hill South Blocks, 33/9. „ Mount Moiloy (pref.), G/3. ' ' ?

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ROCKLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

ROCICLEY, ' ' ''** Steady rain set; in. about 11 a.m. . Thursday -and ? continued' to fall un ceasingly ; throughout ^ the afternoon: At 5.30 -p.m , ;G8 points of rain had fal len, -sjijid it was still raining. This , fall will do an' immense amount of good to the grass and crops.

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

C0CRS1AG. The finals ' the the ^Kensington.: Coursing events .were run ..oil to-day. , ; Following are -tlie results:— . - )? . ? CHAMPION ? STAKES. : ' ? Black and White, ( Grand Slam, and; Clare (one owner)'' divided. . '*?- 1 NOVICE STAKES. ' - ,| Lady Brick beat-Turk. , JUVENILE STAKES.-' ? ! Fintry beat Dark Cell. - - k FINAL STAKES. La Plume beat Wollondilly. j

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COMMONWEALTH POPULATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

COMMONWEALTH POPULATION. : The nopulation of ? the 1 Austrai:i|aiiv I States for the quarter ended June 30th, 1 1.909, is estimated by the ^Federal Sta tistician as follows: New South Wales, 1,604,528;: Victoria, 1,2837149; Queens land,. 567, G3G; South Australia, 410,024; West Australia, 271,200; Tasmania, 1SG;1S9. Total ,4,319,020. ? I

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HIS START IN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

. HIS START I'N LIFE, Tho lad stood twisting liis cap un easily and gaping at his prospective emjjloyer,, while his mother volubly set forth liis peculiar virtues. He had done his standards at the Council ' school, lie was strong, and he'd :been, well brought up, though she said it as shouldn't. She had looked for liim beginning a little better than an errand boy at seven shillings a week ; but someliow work wasn't easy to get for lads . and seven shillings ,was at the worst seven shillings. ' Anil- four shillings, more than I began with,' gru III y, but not unkindly, said the employer. 'Well, I think I'll let liim. come,' ; said the mother ; ' If he only does as well as you've done, I shall be more than content. I'm sure I look for ward to his occupying your place some day, sir,' and she curtseyed her way out, leaving the lad staring. Presently lie found speech : — ' Begging your pardon, sir.; but I hope you'll take no notice oC mother. She's a, silly old dullier. -I really ain'tco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

1)00 FORMS' ? — ' ONSALE AT THIS OFFICE. i ? \ '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

W- ^ j Jjipi ||^^WH^AT . |^®n' Stock ^ Stock /teROM'F^M Station tr~- . ft £3 iSi 'viS1 If \a kssi H antes' 1 ' a ' ' tesmeE Agents* REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF 8. SKIMS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS every consignment receives the personal attention of our principals, who supervise the cataloguing, make the valuations and conduct the sales. -.? * offices and stores 1 CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY, i eCTjwamTOMBig'»',«**iw»iiMM««MigattffnsroaiaiaiaiaS6fcfflaS5^ 1 OJL7 Qlf^ Jj=°f ^ Brewery j Dowiiiig St.* j . I fed? ? REDFERN, SYDNEY. j I XXX ALES ? ? ? Draught Ales j I Laser ? obtain- I £ ° able [1 Pilsener ? .'ST H . all 1 Dinner Ale H°te'' Bitter Ale ? Select Stock Ale '''SiSS™ I Stout ? ? be Sysf . I RESCH'S Ales, Beers and Stout are made from the choicest Halt and Hope obtainable^ I | without a particle of preservative. | jj ? . v = ' I | Mr Tempericy, Vice-president of the N.S.W.Cotmtry Press AbbocntOuii ad8rCT^mgarf»Bsem'blagepf fT.S.'W.Cogntry | H Pressmen representing a c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

mil ^ktltuait JEinics. | ; SATURDAY, SEPT. -ii, 1909. I

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Sporting Notes. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

Sporting Notes. r .(By Zeno.) the turf. ?The first acceptances for the Ep som and Metroplitan saw a fairly large number o£ horses left ia both, events. For the Epsom 57 cried ? con tent, while for the Metropolitan 71 re maan in. lhe New Zcalander, Abori gine, now heads the list for 'tlio Ep som with 9st 21bj and many of tho 'heads' are of opinion that this horse has a chance second to none. Maltine, Sst 131b, remains in the position of fa-- vorite, while his brother, Maltose, a year younger, who has the feather weight of 6st 121b, has advanced in. the quotations to some extent since betting operations began. The Ba liiurst mare Rose Ailie is among those that beat a retreat, and, taking her recent performances as a guide, it was a very wise proceeding, to say the least of it. One of my early picks was introduced' into th/e betting on Saturday, last, and I believe was backed to win a good stake at a fairly long price. I am referring to Flavinius. This horse was greatly fancied for thj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

Piles. CURED AFTER YEAJtS OF. SUFFER ING. PROOF THAT DOAN'S OINTMENT |WILL CURE PILES. Piles rarely Mil, l-ut they. rau39 constant [tortures. This is especially tiuo in the ease of tlioso wlio are ever So ^lightly Iconstipatod. Piles can be quickly and permanently cur ed, without pain, cutting, or deten tion from business. This . has been j. roved , in. thousands /-of cases of both sexes and ol all ages, and . in the .worst as well as ordinary cases. No one who has not suffered the tortures of itching, painfull, and .Weeding piles, 'can appreciate for a moment the marvellous sense of relief that follows the use .of Doan's Ointment. Go at once and gelt a pot of this .ointment; It. will end youlr sufferings. Mrij \Vf litem Bbsworfh, Kan'kin'-Stl, carter for E. Webb and 'Co., Ba thurst, says: — 'Some time ago I Contracted a bad attack of Piles. I. (started using Various preparations, ibut to no purpose. I began to think I 'could get no remedy which would give me ease. However, I saw Do...

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A WHITECHAPEL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

A WHITECI-1APEL STORY. An East End woman with a worried look on, her face and a football edition ? of the evening paper in her hand, ro cently, walked up to a gutter meat . stall and began turning over the \ , stray, pieces labelled ' All choice.' ' Wot d'yor want now, missus ? ' inquired the proprietor, with rnoro. directness than courtesy. The lady intimated that her desires ran in the direction of a small piece of beef. ' When you was haggling for, the mutton which you bought arf an ; hour ago you told nie you couldn't eat beef,' said the butcher. ; ; ? , 'No more I can't,' answered tlie lady, 'but I reckon I shall want a 1 bit o' beef to put on a black eye afore tho morning. My old man's goin to - a football match, an' 'is team's lost.' Many a bushel of salt has to be shared between two people before a friendship is lirmly founded.

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SCIENCE CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

SCIENCE CLASS. Ltisi .\ionday we had a very intarest tog lesson ? in the litxli class room, «aen some nitric . and hydrochloric arid, mixed together, was poured oil §oiu leal. The leaf uuickiy - dissolved. When dissolved it gave o££ a l'ume. suuwn as oxide fume. The second c:;per.:meut was nitric acid poured on quicksilver. 'J-'he mercury . slowly dis solved, and then started1 fizzing. You cuuid plainly see the bubbles of gas escaping. The third was a test for si'.pliunc acid. White crystals were dissolved in water. Nitric acid was loured iu on top of ic.' it then slioweu au orange colour. A little of suipiuTic acid poured _oii tlie orange co:ou-- caused it to bubble.' It then ioinied a substance known as barium cii oi-iiie, L. WOOLFE.' -^ge. 1-1 years; filth class. (AU right, .Masted 'Wooll'e, 1 have taken j our barium chloride with a laige pinch of sodium chloride. How lies that strike you? — Editor.)

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

METHODIST1 CHURCH. William SL.ll.ll' ii.m., 'Rev, II. Wheen. William St.— 7 p.m. Rev., B. J. Meek. South Bathurst— 11 a.m., Rev. R J., Meelc. ' ? South Baiflrurst — 7 p.m., - Rev. H.. Wheen. 1 Bloom Hill— 3 p.m., Mr. I-I. Win an |. ?White Roclc— 3 .p.m., ReV. B. L.I.' Meek, White Rock ? 7 p.m., Supply. Perthvllle— 3 p. in., Mr. Armwrong. . . 1 Dunkeld— -3 p.m., Rev. H; ' W.heen. ,v Wattle Flat—Jl p.111; 7 p.m,'. Mr. iYat^s..; Lagoon— 3 pi. Mr. Hunt. ' BAPTIST CHURCH;. Bathurs'l ? 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Rev. W. Taylor). fR-aglan— 3 p.m., Rev. W. Taylor.. ? ? ? Eglinton ? No Service.- - -

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DENILIQUIN TO BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

DEN1LIQUIN TO BATHURST. v «ir,— I left Uenilicjuin. in the- montli| June, i jirst took the coach for a I 'tile town called Pinley, and stayed t1'' ' e 'lai '.light . The next morning I ,im as far as Narraudera before anting trains. From there I went ?o Juuee, aud arrived at that place ij10'1 11 lJ'm- Then 1 waited tor the ? clbourne mail, which arrived in a ; 011 lilue- It was at Junee that 1 elt tlie rich land of Riverina. That ''Slit I weut as lar as Young. I r»ii my journey for about two weeks j111' ,lllei1 weut on to Bathurst at about ' Ol'10('k- ft seems strange to one ? 10 coiufes to a mountainous district lil' tin: plains. Yours, etc., STUART.: JOHNSTON.: Ase, U years. '?Not uiucli of tlie mountainous dis about Bathurst, Stuart, You will i,l sume|-'1i11S more in tlie 1 shape of «uuinst before you can -get out and l'ie world. — Editor.)

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Church Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF KELSO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

Church Services. SUNDAY, SI3 1'1'ii U1£K' 12, , OllUltCa OF/liNiiLANl-. .-PARISH OF ICELSO. Holy fj-inity_7.30 a!m, 11 a!m,-7 P.m., Raglan— 3 .p.m. v'-'. . , lliillsidc — 11; 'a.uv; , , . . 'Winbuii'ndale-Js.'l' p.m. ? - Peel— 7.30 p,iq. ' ' '

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CHILDREN'S POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

CHiLDHlUN's POLITICS. ^ t^eilr 11 general electioii will be Tim iioucon for having; an elec stit' T ''at ^ ^''eu years which con txpir? il i:-'ii'iiii,iilenf have I'i'i-.1'1 r',e lllombers, immediately i 'anient dissolves, return :. to -their const in ? ? . 'litii . address the electors, ?fl 'l vicw to bjing again returned. c ecto|.8 have to see that they are JU «. siici ull'olled, and may attend they have- tlie leisure ' 11,0 l0,luw''S' day the selectors n-'ht'0 S' tU llle I'oHing- -booth and |ili» '.i°! !'K!iv vot°s. On the night ot Ule returning officer pub A'.iii ?'ll'1,l-UlltXiS tllt! rssult °f tlie l10^ ','iikts ' l'10 v'0'°','ous candidate I'toiii' 1 S'l0lt S1)ooc'1 thanking the I tur uieetijjj, liini, and with shouts of acclamation from supporters and yells of deprecation from the op position party, the day (ends. . . ALAN R. GREENING. ,- (No,. Alan, the' day doesn't end just there. The member's day^ doesn't end [Until t.hrqe years after,; and lie -draws I his salary ; all t...

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MACHATTIE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

machattie' park: ? Shy— Machattie Park, named:. a£i.or,j the ; lather: of one -o£ our most .popular | townsinen, is one -of the ibea'uty spots -i of Bathurst. , i.t: is -right in- the' centre i of tlie: town, . and was once a wild plan tation surrounding, the old gaol. It has been so altered and improved that none of the old people 1 who have been away from ; Bathurst could recognise it. During, the .summer months the : band plays there one night a week/ and: it is hard to get a seat. In a few. months our , park will be- looking its best, and no visitor should go away without see ing it. '' Yours truly, PHYLLIS WILLIS. Age, 0 years; lower third class.

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