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

I ^11 F1 1 Sllfil ^ ^ «. 0 | dMJt M^bLM WML Cream Separat©rs I ! ^ ^ _ ' «sll%a 'L-K-G.' MILKING MACHINES. ! j IRRIGATING PLANTS A SPECIALITY. j; -#§?? f?F^| plPil STANDARD OIL ENGINES 1 ^jMjr § iiflf j marine. stationary, hoisting. \ '? . lIL il^Vm 1 CUNDALL OIL ENGINES I ,.? j- pp| ( / /Sf^wll stationary una portable. | ! Iffl V ' f j -V J 2-WHEEL ENGLISH PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES. . | I *^j5i plil builders of BEFMGEfiATING MACHINES. | j 130-Ga.Don. L K Q ' SVJIiLK and GREAEV3 CAWS| and nil kinds of VATS E \ ' Alfa-Lnval Orewn Separator uWnu MaoWno. of Heavy Material and Superior Xunifilu £ ' . : | ] ? ? ? Importers of High-Class Machinery Oils. | i 'MARSH' Steam Pumps for all purposes. 'DELPHI?!' Water Filters. ENGINKa- Boilers- PoMPS- CnURN3, buttek-Workers, Pasteurizers, 1 | 'ROW Feed-Water Heaters. 'KINGDOM' Steam Launch Machinery. milk and Cbkam Coolers, babcock Milk Testers. J I'lMAIflPM A lHQFPPQfli B0,LERMAKERS- DAIRV and I fmyUlS m llUOtrli^yilj REFRIGERATING engineers. ^ 34...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PORTER'S RETREAT AND SHOOTERS' HILL MAIL [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

PORTER'S RETJIEAT AND. SHOOT ERS' IlILL , MAIL.. The . following . communication : lias 1 been forwarded to us by Mr. 3. S. Bee by, ,M.L.A. : Sir,— With reference to my pommunication.of the 5th June last, intimating.;.; that ? a communication- - had 1 lienn received from Mr. Maloney, Por- 1 ter's Retreat, requesting an alteration in the- time-table in operation between Porter's Retreat and Shootei 's .llill, I have the honor to inform- you that the matter , has been' inquired into, arid' it :,has been decided to accede to Mr: Maloney's request. The follp-y-r ing time-table liasf therefore, ' been approved of, and came into operation yesterday: Leave Porter's Retreat Tuesday 10 a.111.,. arrive Shooter's llill Tuesday noon; leave Shooters Hill '1 inn, 'arrive Porter's Retreat .3.30 p.m. 1 have, etc',, E; ???J. Young, 'Deputy. Post master General.- ? , .

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

t'3j 'When you hurt yourself your $§! liaud naturally flies to tho place to rub it. That is instinct — Nature allowing the way. Tho ' way ' Front itself is to rub with Zam-Buk, be ijjjSa cause this is a puro healing balm, ^lce from tlio rancid animal* fats, Sij'j.fcft mineral poisons, and turpentino found in common ointments and embrocations — also because being 1 composod of ' ~^ed balsams MnSA from certain ^ it is easily absorbed. It is soothing, healing, and antiseptic. It heals bruises, cuts, burns, scalds, sprains, cold MRNSwa sores, eczema, &c., aud is valued B# equally by, tho housewife and the wy athlete for expelling pain. *0/ all ehtiKwts and s Itvts at 1/6 )nr k«r; family i\i*t B/u («tfi rbj /our tinus tht quantitv); or 4iv«ct/o»' wiM j-ric«/rom.thf 2am\fluK Co., L'itt St., 5ydn«y»

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

' ' BILLIARDS. ~ v 3 : .? At .McSorloy.'s Rooms last1 night, -R. Hems,wprth,'.:on 80, 'beat Castle,' 011 80, j by .51/ .-1 J-Iemsworth holds the break I claim up to now, with a-'Scofe of 47;' I the new -archbishop. , | The1 ? A'eti Kg- P ri ni ate lias' -v received I inform;ationj that -Archbishop J,: Wright is to be entliioiied'in S. 'Andrew's Ca thedral,) Sydney,^ on'; ,;Weduesday, h^No- vember' 17th. 1 f ^ '' '^,1 '? - ,

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Children's Column. GIRLS' SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

| ? ? [Children's Column. GIRLS' SPORTS. | I' probably no country iu . the world such a perfect system ot', girls' rlj; as America. Englaud ,very closely rivals it, for iiiosu of tlie.; great c0ljeges tor women.have all ,tlie; latest /norts aud their : dhtorent , appliances. 4iiese nations realise tuat , Uie hew ui ?Ij tlie woman and ; giris ..is.-a i-very fgreat tiling, and ?? enuuavqur. ;by ;:physi cal training;- to improve -aud , strength en the stamina ol :tlieir5 women. .Theso; ,WCCs must surely prosper, lor tilie vfoiuen are tlie mothers of .the race, aoa It depends upon tliem. what, the jlature and strength , of- the race \ is. Tlie way the leading Engisli and Ame rican towns are fitting up w.ltli gym -jasiums for women; . cannot - tlio lead ing Austraian towns (as Bathurst must soon bo) follow , the ,,good ex ainple? ft is very- noticeable of-; what small stature the ; average town girl is. She lias 110 other, occupation save reading, sowing, skating,-:- or. dancing. , jjoff...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

OFTIUIAN'S VISIT. September 29tth is the date of next regular, monthly visit to Bathurst on Gibb and Beeman, Ltd., the .well known Opticians of G Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Park Ho tel. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.- All sufferers from any eye trouble, tailing sight or headaches, should, consult' us. One of the principals personally visits Bathurst (Chas. Gibb, late principal of Charles Gibb and Co., and J. W. Beeman (late- Manager and Sight: Specialist for I-I. A. Barraclough), who has been visiting this town for some | years, are ti/e principals, so clients can , rely on the most expert Eye service in | consuming us. Next- visit Sept. 29th. : I

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IN THE SPRING TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

IX THE SPRING time. The country everywhere is looking (rcsli and green with the signs of re luniing spring. Tl^e grass is nice to rail; on, and the willows look bright irith tlieir dresses of light green. The -poplar trees have little velvety grey buds on tliem. In tlie fields the lambs are ga-iy frisking by their mothers' side, and in the garden' the primroses, violets, daffodils', and' snowdrops ' are blooming for our pleasure and happi ness. .lust outsidei our. window is :a little tree laden with pure white blos soms. The other day a little robin red-breast came hopping about our swing quite tiunely. ' I expect lie was talking for some crumbs. 1 think spring is the loveliest time of the year, don't you? MURIEL REND ALL. 12 years' old; fourth' class. U do, -Muriel, it is just lovely, in i he spring time, to be sitting in a newspaper office at 3 o'clock in the morning sub-editing 'The Children's Column.'' That robin red-breast you refer to is very lucky to .be able to hop round and...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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ANOTHER VALE CREEK FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

ANOTHER VALE CREEK FLOOD, i Tlie Vale Creek overflowed itp , bank again early yesterday morning; conse quent upon the steady rain of the /previous few hours.- ..v. .The- lands- of several of . the farmers, in the vicinity of Orton Park were inundated, but not to 'such an extent- as was the case a few months ago, when small lakes took the place of fields. ., About half the work of clearing the creek- lias' al- ready been done, and it remains for thie powers responsible to urge the Government .to . pass , the necessary grant to complete the operations. Mr. J. Miller, M.L.A, has done .his best in tlie matter. lie ? has kep.t .pegging , at everyone concerned, and if - early steps are not ta.keii to resume this very necessary work,' the lault will lie with someone else.

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WEATHER-SHED FOR BARRY PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

WEATHEfe-SI-IED FOR BARRY PUB ,? . - L1C SCHOOL. Mr. G.- S. Beeby, M.L.A., forwards tho following: 'Department of Public Instruction,- Sydney; 6th _ September, ,1909. Sir,- — I: have the honor to ac quaint you ' that .the Minister of Pub lic Instruction has approved of- tlie provision of a weather-shed in con nection with the public - school at .Barry. The matter has been referred to the Department .of Public Works with a view to the necessary . action being taken. Yours, etc., . P. Board, Undersecretary.' . '/:

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A NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

A NARROW. ESCAPE. A smiill boy, Arthur Dean, fell into a Hooded water channel in Orange on '?fhtirsday afternoon, and was carried a distance of 100 yards- under the bridges in Summer-street, and Lord's Place. I-Ie caught one of tho stan chions of the bridge and held on until recovered by James Grey, of Forest Lodge, who undressed and , pluclcily went- into the channel. ??:'??

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

' MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. I ?Uie business ipnper for the next Councdl. meeting is beautifully brief. It says: To consider correspondence — to deal with so rviin ts' reports — to re ceive and adopt Finance Committe'e's report.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

? THE WEATI-IER. : ? , Delightful weather prt vailed in Ba tiiuist. yesterday. The ? sun- shone brightly and everything looked refresh ed. For the 24 hours' ended ,9 . a.m.- 1 OS points fell. Heavy tain fell 'throughout: the'. .'State.-. Following are the returns received to SI a.m. yester day: Orange' 124 points, Dubbo .108, Cowra 110, Rockley 7S, Trunke.- Creek . 72, Condobolin 50, Forbes 40, Gongol-. gon.26,-. I-Iay IS, Nyiigan' 21, Sydney ? arid ,-Mudgee. 8. ' Forecast: Clearing showers in' the. N.E.; otherwise One generally; winds chiefly southerly.

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THE MISSING WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

TIIE MISSING WARATAH. . . Dear Sir,— J. write - about a - subject which is: causing a great sensation; at the^, present time; A few days ago the Admiralty received a request that war ships; should search for the Waratah. j ?The -reply: came in due time, and said i that; it is improbable that further - war ships; will be en^ployed, as fifteen ! steamers are traversing the supposed | route which the vessel lias taken. A similar case to this took place in 1SS4. 1 The Dutch barque Dordrecht was miss- | ing from South 'Africa for 'several i weeks, her position being just as hard to locate as that of the Waratah. , I am, etc., ] v A. S. HESKETI-I. I Sixth class, B. D.- School. (Yes, and other vessels have drifted about even for a longer'- period than the Waratah has been missing. We ail hope the ship 'will reach - port again some day, and if she -does there will be some hundreds of glad hearts when they welcome once more; their relatives and their friends. — Editor.)'-

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

SPRING. Spring is coming, and the flowers are beginning to bloom. I like spring, I because it is not too hot nor too cold, j The blossoms of the fruit trees are out I now, and in summer the fruit will ap pear. All the bulb (lowers are out, too i — jonquils, daffodils, and hyacinths, which make the gardens look very pretty. The elm trees in George-street are in bloom also, and the willow trees have their green leaves. Tours truly, AVER1L SUT'ToR. Age, fl years; lower third. ? (1 like youngsters to be fond of flowers and trees. Do you know, I couldn't tell a daffodil from a hyacinth, I but -that -Is strictly between you and me. You see, editors are supposed to j know everything; so if the people | found out that I don't know a daffodil j from a hyacinth, they would think I j was a duffer, wouldn't .they? — Editor.)

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

THE STARS. Dear. Jlr. Editor,— The stars of hea-J ven show us light' when we have no moon. They seem very close to us, but they are many millions of miles away. Some are called planets, and have names. 1. will tell you the names of a few : — Venus, Mars, J upi'ter, Sa turn, Neptune, and Uranus, and many others.;.. We read in the- Bible about the beautiful Star, of Bethlehem. , . VINCENT GUNNING. Age, 9 years; second class. (You. are a little chap to be writing letters to the papers, Vincent, but none of you are ? too young to command my attention. I shall be glad to hear from you again; but where, ilid you get your: ink. You come round to see me some -afternoon and I will fill your bottle up. with .editor's ink, and then you will be able to write, -eh? — Editor.)

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

If You Have A cold, cough, nose, throat or lung trouble, stomach, bowol or kidney com plaint, rheumatism, . neuralgia, USE SANDBR'S EXTRACT: five drops la a tablespoon of water. Remember, you can not expect tho good effects from any sort of eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT I CURES because It contains etherdeal I and antiseptic substances not contained I In other eucalyptus products. These, i latter have caused grievous harm and ! a death has resulted from their use. Do not apply an ointment to a soreT I It keeps back tho secrotions. To wounds bruises, sprains, burns,' ulcers, eczema And othor skin troubles, APPLY BAN-) DER'S EXTRACT: 15 drops in a table spoon of olive oil; Tho effect will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, be cause it is freed from the irritating eonitltuents contained In othor eucalyp tus preparations. It heals whon other* Irrltats. Insist upon the GHNTJINB SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you will derive tha bonofltt He who fights and runs away ii.iay live to flglilt a...

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The Australian Cricketers. AUSTRALIA v. ENGLISH ELEVEN. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

The*Australian Cricketers. AUSTRALIA v.' ENGLISH ELEVEN', j LONDON, Thursday. | Tyldesley joined Spooner, and when the score stood at 22 Spooner was bowled by LaVer for 10.— S for 36. When Tyldesley was 24 Fane was Ijowlc' by Macartney , for 1 run.— 4 for 43. - - 1 piftv runs were made.Jn 40, minutes. ^ Tyldesley, playing forward to ;.Mac artnej, was caught in the slips by Armstrong for 35..runs,?ppstly made by; flue driving— 5 for 68. Hutchdugs, through a, , mis-hit, was caught in the 'slips: by .'Armstrong off jlacartney's bowling. :fqr; :16. , Hirst, 1. _G lor 75. At tlie lunch adjournment Hirst was not out 13 and Thompson .not out 8.— . c for 05. , On tlie resumption ' after lunch , the attendance was GQOO. I-Iirst was caught at mid-off by Mac artney off Armstrong before' he ^ had mlded to his score. — 7 for 95. Thompson was caught at cover point Uy Bardslev, bowled Macartney^ for 12. Buckeiiham, 6— S for 105. The compilation of the century took I two hours. , ?- | Buckcnbam was...

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

AUBURN, VIC. , William Lowis, 39 AMC,tt01 Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., w ' |sC0V. have found Dr. ^Slieldons N I ery work's, wonders with ou' ? r During the cold, winter «'itt'- would not consider it EMe 1 ° Dr. Sheldon's New :l-isc°ncquai!cJ Coughs and ColdB is an ,j cites', preparation for Uie 0UJj® , l'rice, h Complaints' and Lung Tie , yia l is Gel and -3s per bottle. ^ | everywhere. ,

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

Charabertain's Stomadh' and Liver Tablets are purely vegetable and .??on- taln no ingredient that can in any, Way be injurious to the most delicate per son. Their action is mild anc} gentle without any of thie painful sensations experienced by the use of Pills. Cham berlain's Stomach and Iiiver Tablets act as Bi tonic, strengthen the ?system, and assist the natural movement of the fcowWs. For sale b£?) 3L Bdeftex and Co.

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Original Conditional Leases. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909

Original Conditional Leases. - Tliq following notiiicatioii al'l ' in the Government Gazette September, 1909: Original condi)tional pufcli. . . conditional (lease in v''tu(!,.,1 qcc. (classified under Sub-Section U , tion 4 of tlie . Crown * rnent Act o£ 1905. v ' Bjatihnrst Land District, 1,'« parish Oakley, county Batlnut , ing land. Price 13s W l|Cl llcR Available 7th October, 1909. ^ : Bathurst, Land District, re. Pa,i1i;sh uTeeelyn, County \ land; distant . 24 miles trom !»« grazing land. Price 13s -M P Available! lltli November, iw- ^ /Batihuiist 'Land District, ; , parisili Winburn, County H ? ~ grazing land. Price llis Sd 1)0 Availablle 7Uh October, l-^J- ,,1C Full ' -inllormaition available ? .. llnformktion: Bureau,. Lanus ,5 ment, and 'at the Crown Lau ^ Office of tiie district inline land is situated.

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