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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

TENDERS. j :? Fresh tenders are invited for - the re pairing and painting of the Tuena Courthouse^ Tenders will also Tie re ceived for additions, repairs, and painting of the Public School at 'Glen burn. . . . ' j

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

WOOL lEXPORT. ihlB btato exports about 280,000,000 lb. : of wool a year. A rise of 1 Id'. ' per. Ib. in tiic markot price means' an addition of about £1,200,000 to the total wealth of its people.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. ?4 j Sydney, Monday. . Wheat, milling, 4/9 to 4/10; prime chickwhcat 4/8 to 4/0- , i Flour, |£/10 17s 6d to ;|£11. ^ ' 1 Maize, £3. Ss. to |£3 10s Barley, Victorian cape seed, 3/2 to 3/3; feed 3/. Oats, Tasmanian white, 2/6; Al- 1 gc-rian, 2/3; seed 2/4 to 2/5; feed 2/. Bran £4 5s to '£5. 1 Pollavd, j£'4 5s to ]£5. I Chaff: South AustraJian/ prime, j .wheaten [£4 10s It 0 £4 15s; Victorian^ ! prime whieaten (£4 to T£4 5s; choice £4 10s; prime oaten £3 10S to, f£3 12s Cd. Oaten [hiay, Victorian, '£4. Detariclc straiw, Tasmanian |£8 5;j ? Tasmanian '£,3. Lucerne, Huntler River, new green; |£3 15s to '£4-. Old hajy; i£4 to '£4, 10s. . { Potatoes, Victorian red sldns '£0 10s(. to !£7; pink oyes !£6 tp '£6 5B; snowflakes ^5 to 10s. Onions, Victorian Spanish Brown, £5 to £ 6 ; Japanese £9 to £10. Butter, choice, 112s,, reduction of 4s. per cwt.; best second 86s. to 96s.; pastry 80s. to S6s. Cheese, prime, 6d; good, sd to 5}4d; rough, sd; Drime large, 5d t...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

CliambOriain's Stomadh1 and Liver Tablets are purely vegetable ana '.*011 tain no ingredient that can in any, Waj) be injurious to tho most delicate per son. Their action is mild an-Jj gentla ?without any of ttro painful sensations experieneo'l by the use of Pills. Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets act as 15 tonic, strengthen the system, and assist the natural movement ot tha bowels. For sale by Ii Hdsfley and Co. DOG F011MS ? OX SALE AT THIS OFFICE. icSoiley's Billiaid Saloon. Wiliiam-st., Bathuratj 4SP r/!;ND.;i- TABLES. Efficient Msirkers. Perfect Appliances. TObIiNA.\I15NT NOW ON. W. A. ^rcLEAISJ, 325 RDSSELL-STREET, Timber merchant and Builder ? OINERY MADE '10 ORDER. I I' F 1 SPEAK,NQ i F F ' J - rj FROM ; f E X PE RIENOE I The DOCTOR: ' Ah 1 yea, rsitlos S | and feverish. Give him a Steed- n I man's Powder &nd he will soon H 5 be all right/] ? fa I Steedman's Sootliing Powders | CONTAIN fsrf ! lb IT i NO I LL|POISON I Eaial j ? ? ? ^ :W»sutiW!^| 'i Sold.by Elli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

| WOOL^ | |^WHEAT Stock (BftOfCEffSt Station r lesmenV^^J Agents. REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF I L SKINS, 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! Cr— * OFFICES and STORES, CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY, a I 0,17 Brewery, Bowling St* j I I |\1jJvI 1 d REDFERN, SYDNEY. j | I XXX ALES — ? — Draught Ales j [Lager — ? — Obtain- j 1T3)S1 - in bottles ] & Sl-J30El.er from ' ft ?« all ] Dismer Ale Hote1' Bitter Ale ? 'S&Srfif 1 $ Ol n. Cjfl 1 A 1 Purt, Wholesome \ belect block Ale Bottled Aie. j Stout ? ? Bottled. I II RESCH'S Ales, Beers and Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hops obtainable,, | j without a particle of preservative. | 1 Mr Tcmperley, Vice-prcsldcnt of the N.S.W.Conntry Press Association aJdresSTngTtriJaasenfBTagepriT.SW. Country |j i Pressmen representing a circulation of 230,000 newspapers per issue, said : — 'I s...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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INCOMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

ajsrcoMES. In this State about B400 persona liave incomes of between '£200 and '£250; 4100 between (£250 and r£300j 4.200 between £300 and £400; 2030 Tatireen BE'WO tma t£50B;' 2000 ' fce4 tweeH !£500 and .'£700 ;? 1200 be-' tween '£700 and '£1000; 400 between telOOO and (£1200; ,700' between) '£1200 and' r£2000;' 4G0 ibetweenl f£2o00 and '£5000; 122 WjweeU! '£5000 and '£10,000; 47 between ;£1*. 000 and '£20,000; 31', J£ 20,000 audi upwards. ' '? !? i -\

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEAT BY ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

WHEAT BY ELECTRICITY. We shall soon be independent of Bun shine to produce the wheat for our bread if the experiments Which have recently been carried out by Messrs. Newman and Bomford, under the di rection of Sir Oliver Lodge are a suc cess. ; The method is to stetch over the field a number of wires on poles, someunng like ;iow tel.egraph wires, but high enough for loaded waggons and all . the usual farming operations, to pass on underneath the wire with out let or hindrance. The wires, says Sir Oliver Lodge in the 'Times,' aro quite thin, and are supported by a few posts in long parallel spans, about 30ft. apart. They are supported on the posts by elaborate high tension insulators, and they extend over all the acreage under experiment, a con trol pilot of similar land under similar conditions being, of course, loft with out any wires. The system of con ductors is then connected at one post with, a generator supplying positive electricity of something like 100,000 volts, and with s...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMEBUSH SALES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

HOMEBUSH SALES. ? Sydney, Monday. Sheep, 21,071 penned, values firmer ; wethers, 1 os. 6d. to 21s. 6d ; ewes, Ss. to r6s. 6d.; shorn wethers to 14s.; ewes to Ss. Cattle, 1,160 yarded market improv ed; bullocks. £3 ios. to ^13 ; cows, £3 to £9 1 os

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

. SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Monday. ? At the Central Railway Yards to-day 60 trucks offered of which 22 were pass ed. Potatoes advanced ios. per ton; choice Manhattan. 7s. 9d. to Ss.; prime red skins, 6s. 6d. 10 7s. 3d.; medium to good, 5s. Gd..to 6s. 4d.j good white skins, 5s to 5s. 4d. Chaff was weaker; choice, 4s. iod.; prime, 4s. to 4s, sd;; medium to good 3s. 4d. to 3s. Sd. Lucerne-hay was very firm ; choice small bales, s's. 2d, to 5s. 3d;. prime, 4s 4d.;: prime large bales, 5s. gd.; . choice, 4s. 6d. ?Prime swede turnips, 2S.'8d;. medium, 3S. tO 2S. 2d. Potatoes from \V. Jones, Newbridge, 29 baps 5s. gd.; 39 bags 5s id. From Oats, Newbridge, 6s 4c!. 1

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ROBBERY. PRISONERS SENTENCED. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

ROBBERY. : l'RISONERS SENTENCED. T.nndoilV Jloilda}'' The five men charged with the dat ing l'Obbery at the promises of Map pen and Webb, at Cheapside, London, were tried. / . George Taylore, William R«'*ie11' and John Taylore wero found and sentenced to 10 years' imi)iisott ment. t s -;Charles Gurran was sentenjeed to years' (imprisonment, anld Chai c Knight, was acquitted.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEENSLAND RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

QUEENSLAND R ALWAYS I . The; annual report of the Queens- ? TancJ Coniiiiis'sioner Far Railways for tie year, ended June 30th last states tha't. the total mileage open for traffic on that date was 3{176, being an in crease, ot 139 miles on tlie previous yea*. The revenue for tlie year was 1 £S76,p21.i |

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAD LUCK. THE RIVERINA'S TROUBLES. Melbourne, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

BAD LUCK. '' , THE RIVERINA'S TROUBLES. ? . . Melbourne, Mondaj-. While on a voyage from Sydnej Melbourne, a man jumped oV0rW,1|l0 from the stoainor Riverina, vf steaming 16 knots. The s ®a stopped, a boat was lowered, anu man rescued in an exhausted dition. , r. On Sunday the steamer had it ' ^ row escajpe from - colliding W 1 sailing ship, which tacked across bow. . 'j

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CHINESE INTERPRETER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

1 , CHINESE INTERPRETER. ? Mr.' Stanley Ohing who netted . as : interpreter in the Chinese cases at tli'e Police Court yesterday, is a son) oj Mr. Cliing, Court interprqter all Oainis .(Queens'mnd.)' ?!

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ROAMING REVEREND. OFF IN THE BUSH AGAIN. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

Tl-IE ROAMING REVEREND' _ OFF IN TIIE BUSII AGAIN. ! Svdnev. Jlondas ? - Information reached tho P°'c0 ,,l0 morning that a person anSweri'f„U(cr description of the Rev. H-enr5r i,|S I-Ieyall, who haS been missing f home at North' Sydney for a'°'l seen wandering in the hush 1 *ce» St. Mary's and Penrith -'°f cl'1' ' jllt0 When approached lie made the bush again, i. .

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CABLE NEWS. THE POLE. COMMANDER PEARY'S STORY. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

CABLE NEWS. THE POLE. COMMAND*® PEARY'S- STORY. °u London, Sunday. „ Times' continues Commander re-jord beyond tlie 98th par ['eaiy » 1 i jieCas follows: '\Vc covered 20 miles one day, the ,n„s sometimes running.- .The ice °s grinding 'i every diirection, and air keen, like frozen Bteei. 'V few miles from tlie Pole there J scarcely any snow, and we cov '' d .10 miles in 12 liours. ,.ffe stopped 30 hours with four Es |nl0S at the Pole, and planted flags. 'The ro was uo. special incident on jc return journey to Columbia, ,liero we arrived almost lifeless with] atlgue.' v '.v -;f -

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All About Australia FOSTER FRASER FALUTIN. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

All About Australiai FOSTER FRASER FALUTin. Sydney, Monday. Sir John Foster ? Fraser, the cele brated writer, who is going to write up Australia, Jin his reply to tho wel come by the Lord Mayor of Sydney, said: 'I have been rebuked for mak ; ' ing Australia, the 47th country I ' have-visited, but there has been u ? little method in my action. Sup 'pose I came here first, second, or third, - all otheit cdjuntries would ' have diminished in my eye. 1 : therefore kept the best until tho : : last. This is my explanation why .1 have'-come here so late in the day.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

? : — ! AN INCREASE. 1 1 I 1 'I* 1861 there were 91,789 people in . Sydney and suburbs. To-day : there are nearly 000,000. 'I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MALICIOUSLY WOUNDING. WAS THE SANE OR OTHERWISE. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

MALICIOUSLY- WOUNDING. . WAS 'HE SANE OR OTHERWISE. I Sydney, Monday. | At the Criminal Court to-day, James Granville Robertson was placed on trial 011 - a charge of having wounded Ernest Samuel Barter with intent to do grievous bodily harm. -It will . be remembered that at the same Court 011 September 2nd, Robert son- :was, acquitted on a charge of hav ing ^wounded- Barter witlx . intent to murder 'him..''.- ? The evidtence was: .similar to tlmt given -in the rprevious case. 1 The defence was that the revolver exploded) accidentally. . '??? The 'jury, -after a brief retirement, returned a verdict of guilty of mall: ciously wounding, and Robertson was remanded 'for sentence. After tho accused had, left the dock, his 'Honor asked that the gaol autho rities should arrange that the prison er be placed under careful observa tion. His Honor said: '1-Ie may not bo 'insane,- but he certainly conducted himself in a peculiar way.'

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PRINCE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

'? ? ? PRINCE ROYAL. ? ? IMr. Ernest Mutton announces that his horse,' Prince Royal., will travel the distridt this season.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RYRIE ESTATE. VALUED AT £30,046. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

; RYR1E ESTATE. :? VALUED AT £30,040. Sydney, Monday. The estate -? of the late Alexander Ryrie, M.L.C., New . South Wales, is valued at £36,046.

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