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OBERON STATION PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

OBERON] STALLION PARADE. The Oberon stallion parade was held on the Showground on Satun'.aj. The entries were not as numerous as those of previous years but some splendid horses were shown and a good deal of interest .was exhibited.

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BATHURST EYESIGHT. BARRACLOUGH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

15AT11UKST EYESIGHT. ' BARRACLOUGH'S' VISIT. ' ' This -Is the age of aids.; to nature, ] The old and crude idea' ;of leaving it/ unsupported by science wrought un told loss, injury, - and misery -to liu masitv . Millions. of .eyes .were ..perma-, ently impaired and their blessing lost through lack of scientific testa and cor rectly adapted glasses. No name stands for higher .success.' among Opticians than that of H. -. A. BARRACLOUOIH; Ltd., 385 George-street, Sydney. ? ;An Expert from 'this firm may ' be con sulted at the PARK HOTEL, BATII URST, on TUESDAY Next , the ,. 21st SEPTEMBER, from 9 a.m. to (5 p.m.;

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

If You Have A cold, cough, nose, throat or lung trouble, stomach, bowel or kidney com plaint, rboumatlsm, neuralgia, USE SANDBR'S EXTRACT: five drops la a tablespoon o£ water. Remember, you can not expect the good effects from any sort of eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES becauao It contains etherdeal and antleoptlo substances not contained in other eucalyptus products. Theb«, latter have caused grievous harm and & death han resulted from their use. Do not ai'i'Jy an ointment to a soreT It keeps baci- tho secretions. To wounds bruises, sprat is, burns, ulcers, eczema and other skin troubles. APPLY BANH DER'S EXTRACT: 15 drops in a table spoon of olive oil. The effect will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, be cause it Is freed from the irritating constituents contained in other eucalj$ tUB preparations. It heals when others lrrltato. Insist upon tho 03NVTNE SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you will dorlvo tha benefit! BILLIARDS. At McSoriey's Rooms to-niglit Cabby on 130, me...

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

H. CUM. Howick-st., Batiiurst AGENT for ? Swan Pump Separator. Wilson Oil Engines. National Mutual Life Assn. Tel. City 465. Claude Bristow, {Assoc. lust,, ,11.1)], ASSAY ER & ANALYST, 24A Pitt-st., Sydney. Dr. Walter M. Caples BWTIST, l6 William-street , Opp. School of S.rK TO STAND THIS SEASON AT BRUCEDALE, The Weleh Pony Stallion, CARDIGAN. Sire, Young Beverley, by Beverley (imp.) Dam, Fairy, by Tam O'Shanter II., by Old Tarn O'S hauter. . Fairy is the dam }f Vera, sold to go to - India for 400 guinea ? Terms ... ....£3 3s. Allmaros must bo removed and paid for by Januax-y 1, 1910. Apply to , HERBERT SUTTOlt, Brucedale. I ? Notice to Trespassers PERSONS found TRESPASSING CUT TING FKNC'KS, or DKIV1XG .STOCK ; 011 the nndermentii ncd landB WILL BE PROSECUTED Iter this dato:— KJLLONUBUTXA ESTATE. UitlNKA ESTATE. SALTRAM ES'i'ATK . OANGOUliA ESTATE BLARNEY ESTATE ANDRRSDN H|{f) VISITORS . And' CITY RESIDENTS W ill find it to their Advantage To PURCHASE all their Jewellery W a...

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PARCELS POST. SHOWS PROFIT OF £11,000. Melbourne, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

PARCELS POST. ? ? SHOWS, PROFIT OF £11,000. Melbourne, Sunday. : Charles PittiYoflicer in charge of the parcels post' department, in giving evi dence- before the Postal Commission yesterday, vsaid his-.- department' made, a profit of £11,000 last year,' on a re- 1 venue of £25,000. He was strongly I in favor of a reduction of the parcels post rate.

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PROGRESSIVE LAND TAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

PROGRESSIVE LAND TAX. The Victorian -Government has intro duced- a -'bill providing for a progres sive laud tax, to coiik1 into operation 1 after 1010. It commences with a rate 1 of '.%d inj the:v£ .where -the : total un- 1 improved ;',.value .is; more ' than £50() and is not ? more than £ 2500, and int. creases to 3d'In'i tlfSi on', estates .va lued at more; ;- than £80,000. The Treasurer states that the tax would affect '. one-fourth of 'tlie land privately hold in Victoria, and that it was pro posed by the bill to break up large estates by a 'steady ? increase. The total value of the estates owned ' by '45 men is .£7,153,000, .and ;the total acre age is 1,290,000.

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NEW ZEALAND. 400 OUNCE NUGGET FOUND. Wellington, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

NEW ZEALAND. 400 OUNCE NUGGET FOUND. Wellington, Sunday. The largest nugget c of ? gold even fouii'd in the Dominion was discovered | at' Ross, near I-Iokitlka. . It weighs *100 ounces . lOdwts.

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MUSICAL AND LITERARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

MUSICAL AND LITERARY.. ' The weekly meeting of .tin Musical and Literary Society will*be held -at; Beavis Bros'., rooms, llowick-street; to-night, at S.30 sharp, when the pro per disposal of:: the trophies now iu hand will be discussed. A A V weekly meeting of the committee vs.'!],--: every Monday evening, be held till; the com 'petition. '

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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

Local Land Board. At its concluding sitting, the Bath urst Land Board dealt with the 10I lowing lease's: — - lAfC.5% 100 jacrep, Camplield,; John, survey directed of 10U acres; a.L/.j.., 20 acres, Clarke, Catherine,, sui'vey directed of about , 103 acres; . A.C.P., 1 300 [acres,- Harrison, (Henry George Young, survey . directed ofi about 317 acres; '- C.L., 130 acres; Iliggins, John Joseph, isui'vcy. direteted of about 100 acres; A^C.P., 100 jacres, and O.L, 200 acres, Mackay, John, msallowea (con flictlng) ; . A.CiP., 320 acres, Purdon, Iiena-y; AjC.E.^ 100 Jacres, Sai-geant, ^William, survey directed1 o£ about 50 ' acres; C.I1, 420 acres, Shaly, Thom as, [withdrawn; A.C.lP. 100 _acres, Todd, Caleb William, survey directed of about 100 a'cres; O.L., 500 acres, Todd, Caleb William, survey directed of about 224 acres; A.C.P. 09/54, 40 acres, Campfield, Patrick, withdrawn. For Confirmation. O.C.P., 99/28, 320 fctcres/ McKenzie Kennetihi confirmed for por. 23 of 220 acres; O.L., 09/19 ...

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WHEAT FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

WHEAT FIGURES. ?Mr. J. B. -Trivett, the Government,) Statistician, estimates that the total 1 area under wheat in New- Soiith ;Wales I this season 'o be 2, 240, 40S acres. This I is an increase of 251,000 acre.?, and 12.0 I per cent, compared with the figures for the year 190S. Owing;. to the very serviceable rainfall; the : .area ex pected to be reserved ,? for grain- .is estimated at 1,871,310 acres. This is an advance of 110, .less' than 477,254 acres, - or 34;2 per. cent.-,; as compared with the previous season, when only 1,394,000 acres were a'eaped for -grain,- a larger area than usual having been cut for liay or fed-off, so as; to; obviate a total loss. The. increased areas lor the present season are dun to' 'various causes. Speaking-, generally, the rain- 1 fall throughout the ploughing season has been ail that could be desired, -arid has enabled the farmers to prepare a much larger area than formerly. The prospects of a favourable season, tj-e high prices ruling for wheat, ...

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CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUB. The following scores were made in practice on Saturday : — 500. 600 ? Tl. ,T. Thompson .. . , 30 31 61 R. Mnrtin . 31 25 5G E. Cutler .. .. 29 21! SB G. Hordwioko .. .. 2!) 2fi Sfl VV.'VpKtomllu .. .. 29 2(i 55 11. May .. .. .. 28 22 60 lO. Welteg .. . 25 20 - 45

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C.Y.M. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

C.Y.M. SOCIETy. 'J'he usual, weekly meeting 'of the Catholic Young Men's - Society was held in their, rooms, William-street, on! Friday- night. ., Mr. J. A. Coiiroy, ! speaker, occupied the: chair, and pre- 1 sided over a very large number ?: of members. The., bsuiness of the even ing took the form of 'a reading com petition, and a large ' :mimber. of en-' tries 'were received/'' . The Rev; Fa ther Flanagan (Administrator) acted as judge, and gave, very satisfactory decisions. The result was as follows: B. Raines and C. Curtain-tied for first, and decided to divide. ; The - prizes were two valuable books,' one , the: gift oi! the Rev. Father Flanagan, ? the other the gilt of the C.Y.M. Society. The readings were sometimes serious: and sometimes humorous,; and were thoroughly', enjoyed. The business set down for next Friday night is the reading of the 'Manuscript' Journal.'

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MARS AND THE MIRROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

MARS AND THE MIRROR. A correspondent points out that the planet ,;Mars:. now represents1, a grand sight and that by placing a mirror op posite . the : planet ; two bright -stars, otherwise . . invisible, ' can' be seen' one above and one below the ,:planet.

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COWRA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

COWRA SHOW. j Our , readers are reminded that the Cowra annual show takes place to morrow and Wednesday. The Secre tary. (Mr. , J. . T. Martin) has all ar 1 angementb,. well , in hand, and as 1111 uHjiuns .entries nave been received for all classes, a successful exhibition is assured.; /Cheap fares are announc . ed on all lines. Visitors to the Cow ra Show u-e always ;loud in their praise of the excellent time they have, ' and tills, year should prove no excep tion to the rule. ? , I ...... £1.

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SHEEP SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

S1IE13P SAbES: Messrs. E. B. Cousins ' and Go;/ act ing in/ conjunction with Messrs. G. R. Suitor'/ and Co., report, having sold on account of Sir S. McCaughey, Toorale, 10,000 '2-tooth. wethers at a satisfactory price 'to Messrs. -'J.-H.-iMcIntosh, . Bun namagoo, and Mr; W. T. Bullock. Sto-: ney Creek.

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PEAK HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

PEAK HILL. ' , , | -llie iGold J-Iill^Company; milled 120 tons lor a return of - 408 ounces of gold, I valued . at £1,020, showing^a /profit of ' over .£1400 for the month. The-, assay, value of £he tailings is not yet' known; Alley are estimated to-be rich.- ?? Tlie splendid , crushing lias 'tcaused excito citoment.

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

Are your lips white, your cheeks colorless, y || -11 your ears transparent? '-bis. And do you look thin I aI1^ Cai*e' worn? 11 ; I1 doesn't ] takemuch ii1 ', \ J! imagina- l';'1 ' '|-i ' \s)$Q. tiontosee ?ffilP 1 1 (|| red_ lips, ' - — — r//'') III blooming ? r' * * 'cheeks, and a bright, cheerful face, in 'every bottlo of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. If your appetite is poor, your digestion imperfect, and you feel nervous and weak, you ought to take AYER'S Sarsaparilla It expels, all impurities from the blood, and gives strength and vigor to the nerves. It will surely re store you to health. An now made, Ayer's Sarsa parilla contains no alcohol. There are many imitation j, Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get 'AYER'S.' Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayor -& Co.i Lowell, U.S.A» .A TEH'S PILLS, tho beat family lax«llv».

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NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W- . Mrs. A. E. Gibson, 75 Holterman-St North Sydnjey, N.S.WL, writes:— 'My father and I have taJcien Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Before taking tliem twe wore afraid to eat, bat now we can eat wqE, witliout any ill ^effects aiter IwarUs. 'We cannot praise tliem too Jiiglily, and we recommend them to anyone suffering with indigestion.' Eli'. Sheldono's Digestive Tabules a^e an unequalled preparation for the cure Indigestion, and ai.li Stomach Troubles. Trice, 2s Kd per tin. For sale every where.

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Raiph Derrick's Message CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER IV. Nina never knew when the a,uaac ious plan, which afterwards car ried out with so much success, , first iiresentcd itself to her mind. It might have been during the hours ol jlhat lonig might as she sat curled up iu her chair anjd watched between Uer dozes the pfiile face on Iflic cush ions audi (tho l'acei as i»ale and haggard that bent over it. , It might lliave been first suggested by the great likeness .. between tne faces, which Nina tlio ugh t seemed stronger and more marked than evec that night; or it m'ighlt iiave come ic her d,iwing die next day, most , cl wlUchahe spjenit in the solitude of her bedroom, 'where she j-at and thought and loiiged till the v'agiie plans floai jn her mind began to form 'themselves into a definite shape. The plan wan so aliiklafcious that she trembled, so simple that elie laughed a'.C it. The only difficulty lay In ob- taining 'Derrick's consent; that i she knew would be difficult, perhaps /.im-;' possible. Tlie...

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THE EDMENTS ESTATE. VALUED AT £110,000. Melbourne, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909

. THE EDMENTS ESTATE. VALUED AT £110,000 Melbourne,: Sunday. The estate of the late Alfred] EJ, meuts, importer, is valued at £110,000. Deceased also leaves property in Eng land and various parts of Australia.

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