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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

Blood poison resulting from small wounds is becoming more prevalent. Even so slight ail injury as the scratch: of a pin will sometimes cause bloodj poisoning. The safe way is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm as soon as the injury lias been received. That lini ment prevents all danger ot blood! pols. oning and causes the injury to heal in about one-third tihe time required; by, the usual treatment. Foi;. sale . by, 14 Edgl&x and Co.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FALL IN CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

' FALL' IN CHEESE. . There have been several cumulative falls lately in ;Sussex-street, city, in h'e-'prices of the minor brands of New South Wales choose, anil . the recent importations to- Sydney of Queensland ,'licese have been' ? considerable. From Saturdjay the special Bodalla bitinfl wlll be'7d per pound wholesale, a drop of one penny. -

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

AT ALL TIMES i 1 The beverage for all times, all weathers, for men, for women. Wolfe's Schnapps It Is healthfully beneficial. .... at once .... A DRINK! A TONIC! A MEDICINE I BUY WHOLE BOTTLE8. B ~ FIREWOOD. ALREADY SPLIT. For the gratis and stove, split by the S'i'KAM WOOD-SPLITTING MAOUINE. l-lelivcre:! to any uddrcss, only Ib por ton extra. BU'J'LUlt'S, 41 GliOiiGE STitl'iKT. 'i'cloplione IIS w. a. Mclean, 325 RU SSELiL-STIvEET. Timber merchant and , Builder. ? OINEKY MADE '10 ORDRK. | La W FORMS ON SALE [ i AT THE ' TIMES ' OFFICE.

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Our Defenders. DINNER TO RIFLE SHOOTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

- Our Defenders. ; DINNER to rifle shooters. On the conclusion of the nlle , match ; between] tlie Bathurst Civilian . liiile, Club and' Portia-nd, on Saturday, ; the visitors Svere ontertaineil by the Bath urst Club at .a dinner in the Masonic Hall. In tlip.'n.hHnnon. oL; the uresidcnt (Major Machattie), Captain Pringle oc oupied.the chair. 1 'The King' having been' toasted en thusiastically, ,tfie cliairnian subinitted the:: :toast: of ? ''The - visiting riflemen.' 1 He stated that ho sometimes wondeied Whether; riflemen and citizen soldiers allied themselves with rifle clubs and military, units, from recreation or , pa triotic motives. 'If rille shooting or soldiering was taken up merely as a pastime, . the ? best results, could not be obtained. Unless the guiding prin ciple was . to fit themselves to act as defenders of the- Entire they were 110 more / entitled to consideration ' than the mail, who found his pastime . 'in cricket, football, tennis, or other sports. :if the desir...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telephones. THE BOLTON VALE REQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

Telephones. ^ ( THE BOL'i'ON VALE REQUEST, ? .Mr. Carr lias handed us the following letter from the Post Office Department: With reference to your communica tion' of the 2nd March last, requesting, 011 behalf of the residents of Bolton Vale, Jioiir O'Connell, that a telegraphic.-; 'service, be extended ' tq that place, I have the honor to inform you tliat ithe; -matter: has , been- inquir ed into with the following results:— ; ' The cost' o£ a line connecting ? Bol toii Vale with ; O'Connell is estimated at £150, sand the . financial - aspect of ithe matter stands thus: * 1 Annual expenditure : 10 per cent. 011 cost of line, £15 12s; - operating ,?? ex penses, £2 8s Sd; total, £18 0s Sd. Estimated revenue, £4 3s 4(L Esti mated annual loss, £13 17s 4d. 4 As the line would not, it Is- antici pated, become a paying one within j eight yearsi of- its; erection, vthe vprpyi-,! siou of the service 'even .under guaran-l lee conditions,' would not be warrant- 1 ed, and'it is regretted that t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

? MONDAY, SEPT, 13, 1909. 1

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Accident to inspector Anderson. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

Acciaenno inspector Miiderson. r ltecurning from- Orion Park on Sunr aLteruoon, Inspector Auderaun met ,witli' ratner. a nasty acci'uenc. Several ; hundred. .people were -returning 1 troiu: the -:boat 'races' on .tue- ialce. -'i-ua road;:wa's lined witu buggies and suir kies, .'and tiavellers pur boot. Suu inspcctor Anderson v/as riumg a sp.r-i lteu horse— just uie horse that a lirst-i clajjs horsjuan would ride, in .- quite a.crush in the trallic a. boy attempted ?to cut in under the nose of Subin spector 'Anderson's ' horse. Bicycles I make no uoise, but they are deadly when boys play tricks under horse's 1 noses. in this case' the .animal was 1 startled to such an extent that it rear ed '.almost, right over. 'lo save the, pedestrians .on the one side; the Sub- 1 Inspector pluckily swung the- fright ened-animal round; knowing that he was risking a fall by so doing. The horse' fell- right' enough; -but., knowing wliat was almost' certain' -'.td -happen, the Inspector fell clear. Th...

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The Labour Party and Land Taxation. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

The Labour Party a/id Land Taxation. Mr. J. L. Trelle, M.L.A., lias been I enlightening the imblic through the meuiuui o£ tlie Sydney press as to tliei vit„ s of the Lauour Party, of .. which he is a prominent .'.member, on the question ' of laud taxation..;. Mr.- Trelle represents a constituency 'where the i farming, vote is a considerauie factor at election ? limes, -and: hence liis anxiety , to uiiuy the fears fcwu throw ( dust m the eyas p£ oils constituents 011 this .all-important; .question.' The La bour 1'ariy, according to Mr. Trelle, is merely anxious to save the lamier from the , ncll squatter and the wicked 1 j land monopolist, who unjustly biocl, r closer setlemeni. ills own party Iih 1 .would have us believe is the truest friend of the larmer, whom It is de sirous . of,- taking to its biisoin ana treating us as a lriend and a brother.! Unior, innately, however, Mr. Treile's unoiricial views do not square with the declarations of the official organs 'and 1 leaders of the...

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CANADA CLAIMS POLE. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

CANADA CLAIMS POLE: London, Saturday. -: Some ' Candian newspapers are al ready claiming -the North Pole, under old boundary arrangements. 1 - :?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Suggestion. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

A Suggestion. There are , at present in- Sydney several of the, world's leading- journal- ists. Can we not invite tliem to come to Bathurst and see the jilace where the men came from who -bent' tlio world at rifle shooting? The 'Daily Mail' representative is one of the visiting journalists. Surely he would ' l'ilte to come up our way. Are we going to ?mow these men to go away and/write about Sydney and Melbourne, ; only? One strong man might secure a splen did advertisement lor Bathurst. - Is there anyone now who will step out with cheque-book in hand, and show what we can do? Don't let us miss this chance. When these journalists go home let them say there are two cities, in New South Wales— Bathurst and Sydney. '

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DR. COOK SAILS FOR NEW YORK. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

DR.: , COOK SAILS FOR NEWVYORlt ,..., London; Sunday.v ,;-Dr.i Cook received a great send-off from Copenhagen. «.iThc shipipiig in , the port..was decor aie.d with bunting, and much enthu siasm was shown towards the 'explor-: er. ?T)r. Cook sailed- direct for,, New York.

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Local and General MOUNT WERONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

Local and General, MOUNT WERONG. ? Wo are informed that the shares in the Billett Mt. Werong Mining Co., N.L., are going off fast, both In Bath Hist and Sydney. - , v

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THE POLE. SAYS PEARY TO COOK. Later. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

THE POLE. ?. , SAYS' PEARY TO COOK. . s Later. Commander Peary telegraphs: r 7 'WILL '1'IIOVE COOK NEVER KEACJ1EI) l'OLE.'

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FURNITURE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

furniture ''sale. I Messrs. James Apps and Sons hold an important, .sale' of furniture ? at 140 Stewart-street, commencing at 2 pjn. to-morrow (Tuesday).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

DOG ? ON SA.LE AT THIS OFFICE. WlcSoiley's Billiatd Saloon, William-st., Bathur-st. 4SPL1IKD ID T A B L E S. Efflcinnfc Markers. Perfect Appliances. TO Ij RN AM ENT NOW ON. i| mi j^EX PER1ENCE T H E O C T 0 R : A h I yes. and feverish. Give him a Steed man's Powder and he will toon I be all right.' ? I Steedman's Soothing Powders | CONTAIN Iff n° ff I I LL|poison | Lla| ! UiC l/ ttwUJttiVgQ Sold l-y Elliott Bros,, Sydney

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

^ Stock!'' stock /BROKERS) Station f~ - 1 ©sxxi©!^ Audits® REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF S. 3K1WS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKIMS every consignment receives the personal attention of our principals ^ V/HO SUPERVISE THE CATALOGUING, MAKE THE VALUATIONS AND CONDUCT THE SALES. OFFICES and STORES : CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. .1 I I REDFERN, SYDNEY. 1 I XXX ALES ? Draught Ales 1 i 1 Lager ? obtain. £ able iPOsener ? to£^* :1 „ all I Dinner Ale Hotels Bitter Ale ? ~ ^Bottled Ale. | J C* II n £? n | A ]J Pure, Wholesome [?! beiect Mock Ale Bottled Aie. | Stout ? 1&S? II y RESCH'S Ales, Beers and Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hops obtainable, W i | without a particle of preservative. |J fj Tcmperlcy, Vice-presidcnt of the N.S.W. Country Press Association addrcs8ihgTni|a8BcniBIagepf FJ.S.W. Coantry 1 H Pressmen representing a circulation of 230,000 newspapers pcrissue, said : — 'I saw in Resin's Brewery the finest I | collection of machinery that i have seen for many...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

Mr. C. Cook, South Isi3, Q., says:' 'Some time ago, whli'e cane cutting for Mr. Kerr, of Doolbi, I had1, a severe at tack of Colic ana Diarrhoea. I got some medicine from the C3h.emist but it did me no good. A friend of mine advised me to try Chamberlain's Colic, ChoSera and Diarrhoea Remedjy, and I am pleased that I did, for after talcing a few doses I had entirely recovered and was fit for work next flay.' For sale by L. Ed/gley and Co.

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The Case for Liberaiism. No. XIV. FEDERATION VERSUS UNIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

The Case for Liberalism. (By W. E. Johnson, M.P.) 'i No. XIV. ?*, FEDERATION VERSUS UNIFICA- ' TION. !, It is to the Liberals thafc the elec tors must look for the preservation of State rights, the maintenance o£ tha Federal Constitution, and the continued recognition- of the position of Austra lia as ail -integral nart of Hvo Rritish Empire. The general tr„nd of labour socialism js antagonistic to all three. .Industrially, the aim oQ the federal labour politicians is to secure the fede ral control of the nuions and thus im mensely increase and extend the scope of power in the hands of federal labour politicians. Thoughtful and far-seeing State labour leaders, however, realise that if this is done their own influence will be absolutely destroyed, and con sequences of a disastrous and far reaching character will most certainly follow1 any such surrender of State and local control of industry and industrial and: political organisations. Neverthe Party are very determined and in sisten...

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OBERON. PROPOSED SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

OBERON. PROPOSED SCHOOL OF ARTS. (From Our Correspondent.) A public meeting was held in the Federal Hall on Friday night for the purpose of discussing the project of the establishment of a School of Arts. Councillor H. Kelly, J.P., occupied the chair, and there was a fnirlv rpnrp. sentative gathering present, who entered into the matter with a good deal o I en thusiasm. Several prominent citizens spoke pointing out the necessity and advocating tue establishment of a School of Arts. It was decided to form a committee of those present, with power to add to their number. Mr. C. S. Robertson was appointed hon. sec. and Mr. Morton hon. treas. It was decided to make a canvas of the town and district, and collectors were appointed in the various centres. The Secretary was instructed to write the member, Mr, Beeby, re the appoint ment of trustees for the ground, and for full inlormation with regard to subsidy, etc. The next meeting will be held on October 8 to receive the report of the coll...

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AUBURN, VIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

AUBURN, VIC. William Lewis, 30 Victoria-road, Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., writes: — 'We have fonnd Dr. Siieidons' Now Discov ery works wonders with our ' children. During the cold, winter months we would not consider it rule 'jo with- , out it.' i/r. Sheduon k New jjiscovery lor Coughs and ColdJs is ail unequalled preparation for Uie euro of all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. Price, 1b Cd and 3s per _ botti_e. _,For . sale, 1 everywhere. ' 1

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