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FIRELIGHT FANCIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909
- . FIRELIGHT FANCIES. Thare is a ...land 'of fancies The shadowy lanUi of a dream, With Bluebeards and castles and tur ? .rets, And all'.that in fancy may seem. There is : a princess enchanted Here . a bravle kn(iglbt to her aid. And there is that .wonderful palace, Tfte fabrics of: fancies made. Thoro is the ring of the fairies See how tide, violet grows; And far on tlie edge of tihab forest Where the deadly, night shades blow. Is the home of the terrible witches, Anil! the cave of tlie bogey man, Who comjes when1 the. twilight ha's fal-. len , ? To cjatcli1 all the babies ho can. . Yes, the fire makes a land of fancies The shadowy land of a dream With fancies aud giants and witches And all that in fancy may seem.
THE SPINELESS CHURCHILL. REFUSES TO BE DRAWN. London, Later. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909
TIIE SriNELESS CHURCHILL. ' REFUSES TO BE DR'AAVN. ' London, - Later; ?Mr. :T. Summerbeir (Labor) ; repre senting Sunderland,, asked ^ . several questions in: the House pt Commons to-day,.. with 'reterance to the manning of : the Waratali. ? The questions were' suggestive ot a weak and incompetent s crew - being employed 011 hoard the Waratah. ???Mr. Churchill refused to a&swer any questions or make any- statement, jus tifying his attitude on the grounds that aiivenquiry- into the. fate ot the Waratah must necessarily be insti tuted. . —
IDEAL OF EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909
IDEAL OF EMPIRE, v If thou didsl know, England, how thou art treat Beyond the storied empires of old fame Because of ardent nations who await , Deeds, for which once our fathers crowned thy nime, ? ? Then far Canadian destinies would roll Prophetic thunders through thy haunted soul, Then on the langour of thy dreams would, rise Bright aspirations ol' Australian skies, And India's yearning, like a troubled deep, Call thee from sleep. If thou didst trust, England,. thy stirring hc«rt, To voice the manhood thou dost dumbly feel One thrill of duty through thy rest would start And all this sport be in the ranks of steel; And games, deserted for a nobler pride, Yield to battallions on the meadowside, Where thy stiong youth would burn, in mimic I fijjht '? , To show like sinews of their country's might s 13y zeal ol aims, which since the - world began Has crowned the man. If thou didst read, England, God's dream of thee, ? ? .-j The charge entrusted to thy royal hands To stretch His peace,...
ROUSE, ENGLAND, ROUSE! [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909
ROUSE, ? EN GLAND* ROUSE! Your fathers fought,' your fathers fell And on a deathless page Tlielr record standsi; t?io senjtlnel 01 hioblej toelritaige; From them derives the high estate, From them the unshaken crown, The sword was theirs that kept the 1 gate1, ... ' .V , .The iri'dje'nt. ajnd — [Rjenor.vn! 1 ? Chorus: 'Rouse, 'England, Rouse! ' Long .years of /pea(ce by valour v wrought Have tented on your shore; ' And, if the sound of war ye caught1,' 'tfwas ooho.j tapjfching- mozfel; Unseen, u'nfelti, some liar confine^ Of . Empire paid tlie blow,/' ? . i Youjr sonis contending where the line Marched with its neaner foe. j ? Chorus Rouse, England, Rouse I' But while at home ye slept in ease Or plied your profit's mill, Rose Hate beyond the narrow seas, ? And Envy grew, until A land in arms ! Their shotted guns E'en now behold them laid,' ' And thick the. massed battalions '? Lurk ready ior the raid — Chorus : 'Rouse. England, Rouse !' And shall she sit withlistless head A And fold...
SOLD! [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909
SOLD ! 'Did you happen to notice that | dark, handsome lady who ? 'went out j just as you came in queried tlie | book-seller's assistant to a chance ac- j quaintance. . ' ' Yes,' answered the chance ac- 1 quaintance. 'What about her? ' i 'Well,' said the bookseller's as sistant, ' she has a very interesting history indeed.' ., . The other smiled knowing smile o£ the born gossip, and sank hiB voice to a whisper. j ' An interesting story— eh? How do you know?' ' Because I sold it to her a few minutes before you came in,' said the smart shopman. 'We've got some more left. Like to see one?' Cut the chance acquaintance had eparted. Major Ponderbury, M.P., Free Fooder : And what are : you going to be, my boy, wh on you grow up ? His Little Nephow : I should like some day to be a great man like you uncle, uncle. M.P. (gratified) ?: ? Ye es, ye-cs — but — er — (modestly) you know, people hardly call me a great man, Percy— er — as yet. Nephew : Well, fat then !
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909
? Mr. 0. ? Cook, South Is is, Q., says: 'Some time ago, while cane cutting for Mir. Kerr, of Doolbi, I had! a severe at tack of Colic and Diarrhoea. I got some medicine from the Cflieraist but it did' me no good. A friend of mine advised me to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I am pleased that I did, for after talcing a few doses I had entirely recovered and was fit for work nfext day.' For sale by L. Edlgiey and Co.
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES Sydney Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909
SYDNEY. PRODUCE SALES- N ' ? Sydney} flra'Mayv 29' U-uclvs offered. * : . - 1250- 'bass of potatoes -were ouercitt... The price for .red \ skins was good, white shins .liari to sell. Choice . r«d skins 6/3 tov .7/2; prima G/6 .to o/b; -g«o,d.5/0'to G/l; medium 4/2 to 0/ 4. ' PrinVe Swede turnips 2/6, ineUiuna ?1/9 ? Chall choice 4/6 to, 5/1; pnme 4/ to 4/7; mediuta. 3/3 to 3/11; -inferior '2/9. ' ' * . . Lucerne hay very firm. ^ Choice, ismall ibales 0/2 to 5/6 ;V prime 4/3. Good Algerian oats 2/. Prime chicle wheat. 4/S. , ....... . Prime lucerne chalf :,r5/.l;.J..-.':,:.'lucerno front Schute Perthvllle 4/5; Reedy; 4/3. *»' | ? ' i' THirnlps from Baker Lyndhurst' 2/6;.. ?W. A.' Field George's Plaina 1/9. -^xJitcerne chaff from J.- Hlj, StCiVart Bathuirst 5/4. . . '
Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909
Commercial. \ . SUSSEX STREET PRICES. . 1 - Sydney, Friday. , - Bacon and cheese bothj advanced % per- pound, and . maize, (yellow) -. 3/10; ?? (white) .3/9 down 1/ per bushel.. Butter: Specially llavourcd. brands. 116/; seconds; 90/ to 100/; : pastry, 80/ to 90/. Potatoes: Tasmauian redskins ^7 to iSS; Victorian £5 to £6. Fiour, £10 17s Gd to £11. Maize: Northern... Riverj. 3/9 to 3/11. ' Wheat, 4/9 to 4/10. : Oats, Tasmanian white, , 2/7 - Ho 2/8; 'Algerian-.. milling, -2/4;- .-seed,-. 2/5... Bran, £4 15s. . .. ? ! Chaff: Adelaide prime wheaten, £4 10/- to i£'l' 15s; : Melhourne prime wheaten £4 to £4 10s; prime oatea, £3.' 15s.- ? 1 , ? . .. - .- 'Derrick straw, 'Tasmanian. £3 5s to £3 10s. , ' ? l '-. Lucerne, Hunter River new; green, £3 15s 'lo £4; old £4 to £4 ,10s. , : Onions, Victorian . Brown: . .Spanish, £5 to £6; Japanese £9 to rte-10. ... 'Eggs: Noll-then River, new taid,: 9d to 9Vi(Xi Southern and Railway OVi'd Suburban; 'now p'aiid, 10d to 10%d Duck eggs, new laid, lOd...
HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909
. IIOMEBUSI-I FAT STOCK SALES. , ' 'iSie * Pastoral and Finance Company. report:U— 62, OOlJ slicep and'lan^DS ..for-! wardy .comprising a wrge ? ?proportion:. o£- good to prime sorts- Buyere - were in full, attendance, und tlie. market opened tinner, but-.us *salos progressed values receded to- about late vales, still It .was -a' very, good dear market.: Best wethers forwsu'd made to 20/6, a' 'few : of 22/6; best ewes 15/9. Thtfre., was a' full supply of lambs, - tor which the market .wins cheaper- as compared, with-ilast sale day., . 'l,2S5 - cattle were' yarded Including over 400 'Quteen'slanders. The- quality, on the whole was good t:o prime, al lliough there ^dre .several .drafts of middling cattle forward; especially la the cow section. ''/rheVe was a large attendance' of' 'buyers tuid bidding was good witli-yallues-/ linn at- late rates) for. All descriptions,
AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909
AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. Messrs. Palmer and McPhpllainy. re port having sold ? 011 Thursday, last, . at ,1 Hie ,'Ooi'poration Yardsi,- 24 i'at cattle, from NaiTomine, from £6 lGs- to £9 . 15s, : averaging £7 10s. Ailso 1 oil aCr 'couiilt: of ;Mir. ? A. J. Brownlow,v 1.63 |£aifc.i sheep, fi'om- 13s 6d to 14s. lOd. ^ \.
THE POLE. DR. COOK INDIGNANT. WILL FACE COUNCIL OF SCIENTISTS. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909
T21E TOliE. DR. COOK INDIGNANT... ' 'VILL FACE COUNCIL O -F , bClENllSls. London, Friday. ? ? Dr. Cook states that he will^ not de grade liiunsolt tu answer any ol Peary s accusations; and his- denial will, not be torthcoiiiing until accusations- aie based upon scieutiiic data. . . , . nr rsnnij-'. envs lie is willing to, lay this observations beroie a councij of ?scientists of all nation^. c ' 1 With, regard to. Uie Eskimos r.Dr. Cook says ? the E&knnos: are Nomads | and not Peary's nor his pjropei.ty .and that he paid them . tenfold what .they -asked.-,.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 11 September 1909
There is nou r.' panjicie of opium or :other na/rcotic in Cliambierltvin's .Cough. Remedy, and jevo/ has been since it was ilrst offered, to tho public. It is as safe a medicine for a child ua for an adult. This remedy is fam ous for its cures of colds and oroup, and can always be depended upon. For sale by h. Edgley and Co,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
j BONNIjfcTOff'S | ; j IRISH i|©55 1 ' | (A Blessing in every Home). i f 45 Years Success, the Universal \ s Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Bron- j ; j cHitis, Astlima, Whooping Cough, ji | Croup, etc. j | THE 0000 IT DOES IS PERMANENT, | j - Large and Small Botftles | I' Start baby right. J 0 Mothers know that a sound and vigorous borty acninred by ; « baby during the iirst year insures strong & healthy childhood r Neawcsf'®©^ u has for more than % 00 'years been the fc] infant diet of hundreds of thousands of strong J H and healthy men and women, and is a perfectly j| 0 safe food for the most delicate child. 0 S It contains all the essentials for flesh and bone-forming J 1 in an exceptional degree, assists teething, rclieves'infaniile \ f constipation , and when used with milk as directed, forms \ | A COMPLETE DIET FOR INFANTS. \ r , Ncave's Food was awarded Gold Medals, London. England, 1^30 and 1906. ; o Sold in 1 lb. Tins, specially packed for Australasia, 0 P by all Chemist...
SPORTING. THE TURF. TATTERSALLS' RACES. 15,000 SPECTATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
SPORTING. THE TURF. TATTERSALLS' RACES. 15,000 SPECTATORS. , .j 'l'lie lirst of (llie Spring meetings- afc-i Raudwick ? was held on Saturday -afternoon': s under. . the auspices' of Tat tersalls' /Club,; and in ? every .way was mast successM1. Tlione were 15,000 speetaLora. , Results: — HUidle Race, a handicap. sweep- stakes of : two isovs. ; each v-for sturterd, with 100 sovfe. added. About 2- -miles.' Kairoma,' 10.10, : -1;, ;- - Hermes, 9;10, 2!;' Arizona, 10.2, 3. ^ 'Betting: i to A Kairoma. !Won 'by two anil a haiif 'lengths. Timo, ' 3.53%. Tramway : (HantdiaapiV a litindico|pi sweepstakes of . £2 Ss. cacn lor start ers',' 'with 120 sovs. added. rnarsee, S.7, 1; ? Irishman; 9.G, 2; Ablorigine, K.7., 3. B«tUns: 10 to 1. Ptarsiecj .\Von by four lengthy Time, 1.ai%. Chclmsttu'd1 S^ilces);; a isweepstallces o£- 0 ; sovs. each for starters, -with 303 sovs. added. One mile, one iurlong. Prince Foote,. S.2, 1; Artilleii'ic, S.9, 2; Mailt King; ,8.2, 3. Betting: 12 to 1 Prince Foote. '...
THE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
THE WOOL MARKET. ! In Sydney, ? next week will lie held the' first^of the September wool auctions, and as: there are 28,000 bales available, considerable interest attaches to these sales, . 'iWinchcombe, Garson, and Com pany report (hat the market , is very keen; 'and' that -'buyers show an even greater disposition to secure representa tive wools of the new clip. The auc | lions will be held on ? 14UI1 |a'6(h in'stant. ?' ??? 1