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COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909
COWRA. ? : (From our Correspondent.) ' Very heavy rain fell Saturday: and yesterday; the river lias risen consid erably, and little more would send it o\er the banks; it is higher now than it has been for the last two winters. The weather is bitterly coid to-day. Show and race club rights,,* ere sold by auction on Saturday; both brought record prices, in anticipation of the big crowd expected. The race booth (ho tel) brought £G4, and the show £88. The latter is an advance of £18 on the previous year's price. The improve ments on the race .course are almost complete, and tlie ground and country round looks a picture. August 30th, 1909. ???Mr.' \V. C. Wiockner,, Toowoomba, Que'ensflan'd, ? wHites: 'Qliambei'lainte Cough Remedy' :Wan eixcellent Remedy. I have been suffering from a cold for the last two months ami it has cffecied a cura It is a: rleasiire for me to recommendi it to anyone witlr a bad co'-d.' This, is th# opinion of one of tlie eldest and most respectjJ residents in Toow...
TARANA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909
TARANA. ' (From ' our Correspondent.) A. meeting -ot- tiiu local cricket club was held-on Saturday, and despite most unfavoriible weather - conditions, there .was a large and enthusiastic gathering olVniembers and office bearers. It was resolved , to join 'tne Bathurst Cricket Association,' providing suitable arrange ments can be made for the playing of home ..and home matches and the hope was freely- exprest^u .hat the Associ ation .would enforce this rule, obvious ly .the most fair- and equal method of conducting .competition matches; giv ing, as it does, neither side any advan tage as regards ground, wicket, travel ling, .etc. t Messrs. Brain and R. C. Webb (secretary) were appointed de legates to the Association. ,A few years ago it was quite the regular thing 'for Ba,th'urst clubs to play competition matches on the local ground, and as the wicket is a good one, there .is no reason why this state of .-.things should not exist again. It was, decided to hold the opening prac tice ...
Share Market. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909
Share Market. Sydney, Wednesday. I Broken Ilill South (con. 6 weeks), [£5 5s 6d.; ordinary, £5 5a Broken Hill Junction North, 22s. Gd' Broken Hill Junction, 7s. 'Id Broken Hill Souli, paid, £5 9s.; £5 10s.; terms one month, £5 10a-; 6 weeks, £5 10a. O.K. Copper, 3s, Id. Broken Hill Proprietary, terms one month, l sellers option, 39s. Gd. Queen Bee, 5s. 3d. Broken Hill South, extended, 3s. 8d. Broken Hill South Blocks, 34s. Great Cobar, £6 4s. British Broken Hill, old, 22s. 4^d. Broken Hill Blocks, 14 pref., lis. 3djd.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909
Mr. C. Cook, South Isis, Q., says: _Some time ago, while cane cutting for Mn. Keir, of Doolbi, I fljadi a severe at tack of. Colic hi it I Diajrrhoea. I got some medicinje from the Cdiemist but it did me no good, A Mend of mine advised me to tiry Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea ISemedly, anil I am pleased that I did, for after taking a few doses I had entirely recovered and was fit for work nfcxt day.' For sale by L. Edfgley. and Co.
Bathurst Gun Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909
Bathurst Gun Club. Shootiug .took place yesterday, with the following result : £5 Novice Handicap. — Eleven shoot ers took pan, with the result that ' Im perial ' and A. Cutler divided, with 7 kills each. Sweepstakes.— No. i, won by C. Croa ker ; No. 2, divided by J. McSorley and J. Carmen ; No. 3, divided by ' Rag lan ' and C. Croaker ; No. 4, won by C. Croaker; No 5, divided by J. Carmen and ' Raglan.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909
If You Have A cold, cough, nose, tliroat or lung trouble, stomach, bowel or kidney com plaint, rheumatism, neuralgia,- USE SANDBR'S EXTRACT: five drops In a tablespoon of water. Remember, you can not expect the good effects from any sort of eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES because It contains ethoiKlenl and antiseptic substances not contained to other eucalyptus products. These, latter have caused grievous harm and a death has resulted from their use. Do not apply ail ointment to a core? It keeps back the secretions. To wound0 bruises, sprains, burns, ulcers, eczema *nd other skin troubUs, APPLY BAN-4 DER'S EXTRACT: 15 drops in a table spoon of olive oil. The effect will Burprlso you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, be cause It Is freed from the Irritating eonitltu*nts contained In otksr euealyy* tus preparation*. It heals when otkor* Irrltat#. In: 1st upon the GENUINE! SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you will derlva tha benefit!
BU[?]HAMARA'S LAUNDRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909
1W J1A3IAIMS LAl/i'DEY. It i,s not altogether a; good thing to i be pretender: , in, Northern -Africa. 'Jlie i position carried a lot of risks. Bu ; 1-la- i mara, the latest pretender, is in for I a bad* time. : ??.?.?He;, was captured and 1 brought into Fez in an iron cage. ? It is supposed that he has , some money pretenders mostly have. The ruling monarch proposes to take Bu out of his cage and invest him with1 a wooden shirt with 10-inch nails in it. Whe ther Bu discloses where his money is or whether lie doesn't, won't matter much — he'll die in that shirt. ? ' !
A COUGH DROP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909
A C0UG1I DROP. i Following is a sample ;of ?. eucalyp- : tus extract from the ''Advocate':—] 'Mr. Miller's idea is to hand over, tlie river flats to pa few millionaires, who can afford to grow ? 'cauliflowers for j breakfast'; on land - bought at £ SO I per acre.' A book is expected to -be' j issued shortly by Mr. J. . J. : Sullivan, I entitled, 'From Old Fogey 'to Mil lionaire.'
COUNTRY OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909
COUNTltY OUTLOOKk. i The country out Coonamble way ooks splendid, and is now a , picture;' Grass is in abundance everywhere, and it is many years since prospects for' the summer were so bright. The: broken weather, however, is greatly retarding shearinc., operations. At Mudgee, also, the prospects of a boun tiful spring have' not for years been so groat. Grass is plentiful, . and the wheat crops are well forward. Milk' supplies, which, three or four months; ago, wore very low, are better now, ijnd are' increasing daily.
BLAYNEY UNITED MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909
BLAYNEY UN) CED MISSION. The Revs. A. Clark and H. Wheen addressed a large gathering in the Methodist Church, Blayney, last night. During this week, prayer meetings will be held every night . in Blayney, pre paratory to the week s United Mission Services which are to be conducted by Mr. Hugh Paton. That gentleman who is to arrive in Blayney on Saturday, is accompanied by Mr. Marsh Little, a fine baritone singer. Mr. Marsh Little will lead the services of praise. After this mission, Mr. Paton - wi'I visit Mud gee. Gulgong, Orange, Dubbo, Tringie and Narromine.
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909
THE WEAT1IEK. Fine, though cold and cloudy wea ther was prevalent in Bathurst yes terday. The following stations' re ported rain up to 9 a.m. yesterday: Orange 13 points, Trunkey Creek 11, rarites u, ana if'oroes 1. other cen tres exporienced fine, dull, and cloudy conditions'. 'Forecast: Unsettled gen erally, but showers . chiefly consigned to the western slopes; 'S.W. winds; squally on the coast. Yesterday's maximum temperature was 52 de grees; minimum 34.
ORDER OF SALES FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909
OlfDEIt OF SALES EOlt TO-DAY. Following is the order of. sales of | 85 head of fat cattle and 100 head, of | fat sheep to-day, at the Corporation] Saleyards: Fat Cattle, Mr. James Cas sidy, 1; Messrs. H. Cutler and Co.,' 2; 'Messrs. Palmer ; and; McPhillamy, ,3; Messrs. ' Clements and McCarthy' 4, Fat Sheep: Messrs. Palmer and Mc Phillamy, lp Mr. James Ca,ssidy, 2. ... ?