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

' llIKMIXGIUJr. - ?The - 'Birmingham. Post,' published in the '. centre of the' largest . manufac turing-'district of England, and one of whose members- in the English. House of .Commons * is * the :Rt; Hon; Joseph Chamberlain, says: — ' / ?: 'The ' Earl of -Rosebery's speech and his statement as- to the effect of the ^inancEal proposals (ii carried) .ofi the Budget, will ;go: far to cause1 the silent voter- to think hard.' , . -

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

AUCTIONEER'S REPORT. E. I-i.; Taylor and Go. report that 90 fat cattle were yarded on Thursday last, 58 of which were sold by them on ac count of western agents. Prime quality lightweights made 31s. per ioolbs.; oth ers less. On account of J. Freeman, 1 13 store lambs to 6s. 9d., a'so sundry lots of store sheep and cattle. Messrs. Taylor and Co. also report having sold on account of Mr. A. Caffin to A. Patt erson his splendid residence and orchard at a satisfactory price for cash.

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Opium-Smoking. HEAVY FINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

Opium-Smoking, 'J - HEAVY FINES. ? Four Chinamen; who were arrested 011 Sunday night, appeared at the Ba thurst Poicet Court yesterday morning, | two charged! with having'. opium in'i their posse'ss'ion and two with smoking opium :? in :. ai-liouse in Howick-street. Mfid^.'^f-'theii:-\compaiilons''gatUei,cd in !the Court, and followed the proceedings with 'the keenest interest. ! 'Before the first case was dealt with, Mr. M'lntosh; vvli'6 ? appeared for the i' defendants, pointed out how. hard, 'it' was for the Celestials toi abstain from the 'habit- of opium smoking, and asked for: leniency 011 ,'the ( part of : the Bench. ' - The ''first 1 case 'was thatiOf Dong .Saw; who : was charged with having in his possession, 011 the 12th instant, a quantity of oipium, not being a holder, of a certifi cate. ;to,deal with poisons 'issued, under the-'* provisions of the Poisons Act of 1902:-- -He -pleaded guilty, ^and wastfined £10, or in default three . months' im prisonment.. I'Time in whic...

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The Country. OBERON. OBERON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

The Country. OBERON. (From our Correspondent.). OBERON, Saturday. I The thirteenth annuargeneral meet ing of the Oberon A. H. and P. Asso ciation was held to-day in the large pavilion. There was a large attend ance. The chair was occupied by the President, Mr. A. Stevenson, J.P. The report and balance-sheet showed that the last year had been a success ful one, the balance in hand being £S7 10s 3d. The President, in moving the adoption of the report and balance ' sheet, said it afforded him much plea: siire to do so. / The committee had worked/ well, and the balance-sheet was the best that had been placed be frvvn vim subscribers. The prospect of the coming year was reallly good, and he urged the members to try and swell the members' roll. He lioped the in coming committee would do their best for the show. iThe motion was seconded by Mr. L. Todd, who also wished the show every success, and. hoped the members! roll would 'be increased. Mr. Morton and: Mr. Kelly both sup ported the mot...

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THE PEA RIFLE. THE DEADLY WEAPON. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

the pea rifle. . THE deadly: WEAPON. | ; Sydney, Monday I .Tames Martin, 67, was accidentally shot by his son while cleaning a pea rifle at Pallamallawa,' nea,r Moree, yesterday. ; The weapon exploded and the charge entered tlie groin. ' Mar tin died a few, hours later.

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SPRING CLEANING. AN ARTICLE FOR WOMEN READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

smjixg clejVking. AN ARTICLE FOR WOMEN : READERS. The spring cleaning of the house is important, but the spring cleaning of the system is more so. How is it that when spring approaches you find your self feeling weary after a little exer tion1, incapable of rousing yourself to continued effort, with frequent head ache, bilious feelings, eruptions, pimp les, and other traces of blood impuri ties, and now and again, perhaps, a touch of indigestion? It is because your body needs its spring cleaning. Just as the spring sunshine creeping into your home shows the need' of spring cleaning, so spring temperature and conditions affect your body, which has become more or less run down during the winter. For the spring cleaning of the body there is nothing to equal Bile Beans. They remove all the symptoms mentioned above, as witness the case of — Mrs. E. E. Johns, of Victoria-street, Lewisham, Sydney, who says:— 4'Bile Beans are an ideal spring medicine, and a box of themj should be in every h...

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

There Is not r particle ot opium or other , nafrcotic in: CJiambterlMn'a Cough Remedy, and jiev- has been S'nce it was first offered t'o the public. It is as safe a medici ne for a child 88 ^°T aii-- adult. This- remedfy is fam ous for its cures of cclds and- croup, and can always be deponded upon. Foc ealojhj; L. IJdgles; aadj

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ELECTROCUTED. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

ELECTROCUTED. Sydney, Monday. Lionel Foster, IS years of age, an electrician, while cleaning machinery av. the Newtown Tramway Depot, to night; came into contact with a live wire andi received an electrical shock, which instantly killed him.

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Asparagus Culture. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

Asparagus Culture. Bathurst is supposed to be a sleepy place, .with no prospect of ever, ^wait- ing into activity until a gold minp is., discovered quite close to the City.: For| Bathuiiist, (however ,the .lmjiout-' ance- of 'th.e new-born appile industry ias -be, en underestimated, and this is not the only- result ot the eflorts ot ' the fetail at . the Govenuncnt farm to .introduce new methods and intenstf 1 -culliuxte. The lessons have been ap preciated, and the results will v coma as a surprise to the average Batlx ini'stian. He docs not realise that tho splendid young orchards ho passes on fiis Sunday afternoon drives (\rlll short! 55 produce vast q,u!antitiesi o£ appjles, and that the term Bathurst apples will become as common as Newcastle coals. In addition to these future gold mines there exists ?within -five miles: of the City one of the largest asparagus* larms in Aub-i tralia. The area of the Kellosliiel Aspai'agus Fai-m is 12 acres at pres ent, and the crop in the near f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 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 la a tablespoon ot water. Remember, you can not expect the good effects from any sort of eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES because It contains ethordeal and antiseptic substances not contained (n other eucalyptus products. Thesie, latter have caused grievous harm and a death has resulted from their use. Do not apply an ointment to a sore? It koeps back the secretions. To wounds bruiaeB, sprains, burns, ulcers, eczema ftnd other skin troubles, APPLY DER'S EXTRACT: IB drops in a table spoon of olive oil. Tho effect will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, be cause it is freed from the irritating constituents contained In other euealn-- tus preparations. It teals .when etkers lrrlfat*. Insist upon the GHNTJIN0 SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you will derlva tho benafltli

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SYDNEY SHARE MARKET. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

SYDNEY SHARE MARKET. Sydney, Monday. Broken Hill Junction IN ortn, 31s. oa. O.K. Copper, 2s. 7d. Broken Hill South, con., £5 I2S Broken Hill North, 87s. 6d. Queen Bee, 5s. iod. .v British Broken Hill, old, 24s; z3Si ioid. Bank of N.S.W., £49 15s.

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

Along tlm creck went Jack and Jill, Tho farmer's son and daughter ! (No sense in climbing up a hill When one's in search of water!) Whcu they act back tho farmer still Was breathing thrsats of slaughter 1 ?'iRide into town at once !' cried ho, ' For Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for mc. WANTED, Competont MAN to tnlce charge of Stallion for season. Ap ply ERNEST MUTTON, Lagoon. ? ? Furniture sale, this day, ac aount of Mrs. T. O'BRIEN, 110 Ste wart-street, 2.30 p.m. JAS. APPS & SON, AueHonueis. ? A MEETING of Committee and Sym pathisers of the Bradley Benefit will be held iu Convout School Room, Kelso, at 8 pm, TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY) NIGHT. G. V. MORGAN, Hon. See. Bathurst Gun Club. MR; «. L; GILMOUR'S TROPHY will bo shot for on the Gun Olub Ground TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), 18th. Shootiuc commences at 2.30 p.m. b CHAS. URIGGS, Hon. See. NOTICE. } ANY, person tjaMng wood from os trespassing In any way in thei Brucedale paddocks will bo prosecuted. HERBERT C. felHTOR. lL gejftt 10th...

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

'For over 50 veara ) ..ave always kept Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in tho house. My father often told me that it saved my lifo when I was very yuimg.' In thousands of home3 Ayer's | Cherry Pectoral is a ^ household V parents, then by the parents, and now by the children. For colds and coughs, croup, bronchitis, la grippe, inflammation in the throat or in tlie bronchial tubes, ^lifer's '6kerri( &eetoral is the standard remedy the world over. It contains no narcotic or poison. Accept 110 substitute. Put up in Inrgo and small bottles. Prtpifod by Dr. J- C« A-cr it Cj-i U» S« A« | NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.JV. i Mrs. A. E. Gibson, 75 Holterman^St North Sydney, N.S.W., writes:— 'My father and I have taken Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Before taking them m-e were 'afraid to eat, but now we can eat wati, without any ill effects after wards. We cannot praise them too Jiighly, and. we recommend them to anyone suffering with indigestion.' Dr. Sheldono's Digestive Tabules aire , an unequalled pr...

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AUBURN, VIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

AUBURN, VIC. j William ' L^wis, 39 Victoria- road, Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., writes: — 'We 'Bave found Dr. Sheldons' New Discov ery works wonders with our ' children. During the cold, winter months we would not consider it safe Jio with out it.' Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Coldjs is an unequalled preparation for tihe cur© of all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. Price, Is 6d and 3s per bottle. For sale everywhere. ; .. L (

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THE COMING HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

. THE COMING HARVEST. | Never v.'cre there brighter : prospects than the present for a record harvest. Ir. every direction 'reports come Ho hand of the splendid crops, and should the present conditions continue, there: is every reason to believe, thatTour t'armbrs are ini'for a 'season. of plenty^ Th'e acreage -under wheat this year is double that of last yeaiv while the acreage .sown1 for hay is considerably less. The tptal acreage sown in the Bathurst- -District, which includes the counties of Bathurst ami Roxburgh, is:' Bathurst, 'under -wheat 32S0 acres; sown for: hay!; 2000 acres.- Last year, under wheat 16G0 acres; under hay, 2765 acres; . County of Ruxbua?gh:, Under: wheatj 556S acres; sown, for hay 2200 acres. Last year, under': wheat 2355,. acres; 'sown for -hay, 3222 acres. ,::Total'- for the year 8848 acres under- wheat -and 4200 under hay. The early l'ruit trees are also. well out in -blossonv. and if not affected by late frosts', as wasijthe case last year, there should...

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THE COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

THE COMPETITIONS. ?'A: comnmnic,ir,'i)n - was iuceived :from Mr.;: William I-Iolaui'l at v asV night's meeting of the , Musica1. and Literary Society. The writef said he -agreed to -judge the literary items in the competitions, which he presumed were short stories,- and would be. sent to him . to ; read; over and 'consider. The items would be .judged by points, the award marks being as follows : For central idea, 1; style, 2; narrative pow er 3; title 4. -.The maximum' number of marks would be 100, 30 each for 1, 2, and 3, and 10 for 4, though lie might modify this on further - consideration, 'i'lie elocutionary items would', be judged on a similar- principle, there being, 5 divisions, viz: Distinctiveness, voice,- emphasis, gesture, and expres sion. : Twenty marks would be given for each division.. The letter was re ceived; and it was decided on the mo tion of Mr. Beavis, to insert Mr. Hoi man 's name in the programme as judge of the literary items.

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HOSPITAL COLLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

HOSPITAL COLLECTION. A large number of people assembled at. the 'lagoon on the Perth' Road on Sunday alternoon; to witness- what was announced to be; a. boat race, but which turned' out to' be a farce,' for all that coufd - be seen was an individual floundering: about in a. canoe, -his ef forts to balance himself 'aifordiiig - the only . amusement for the ? : onlookers. I-Iow.evei'i; it's an illrwind . that-: blows 110 good. Mr. Mclntyre, who lives close by, . with : the' -.'Msistance vof . his daughter, - thinking. , something - was * -to- be.-' -made- out of the crowd, took up a collection 111: aid. ot the .Bathurst: Hos pital, ? and succeeded' - in ' realising the sum of,'£2 :5s lid. . Miss Mclntyre's share of the - collection was - £1 Is 6d. Tlie amount was handed over to the Treasurer of. the Hospital , yesterday.

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RESIDENCE PILLAGED. YOUTH WITH A WINCHESTER. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

? RESIDENCE PILLAGED. YOtJTH- WlTH A WINCHESTER. . Sydney, Monday. On returning .from Gerniaiiton Show Mrs. James McLaurin, of Tiverton I-lomestead, found - her:1 residence, pil agedi, and £130 worth of jewellery missing. A youth who had been left in charge, disappeared, and it Is sup posed, he possessed a Winchester rifle. The' poliice, are searching, but 110 trace has been discovered so '.far ei ther of the .missing -jewellery or the youth. -' U . : ' :

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BATHURST GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

BATHURST GOLF CI.UB. ' The following stroke competition was played on Saturday last : — ? ? -Hit-Thompson-' .. - : ? !M lfi' 78 II. W. Weignll .. .. 1 IB 30 82 (i. AV. Uoldehip.. 84 tiur. 84 O. Silt, for , . . . : , 85 sor; 85 V- Kamiyv..'. - w 102 16 - 86 ,T'. Kinny ? - 1 iv]02 -13' 89 ,!. Mchhillamy .. - 100 11 89 G. Thomnsoii .' ... 110 20 90 Dr. Kobertson . . ' ' 111 16 9S

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER IV.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909

l;alpti Derrick's Message CHAPTER IV.— I Continued. I Nina hesitated, ller lingers played irresolutely .with tlie ribbons on. her dress, lier colour came and -went. Derrick looked at her with a sudden terror in. his lace. . 'Why, Nina, surely- you lrave not fongoitten!' he said.. ?No I hnvp. not: fnnrotton. f was only thinking. Derrick, toll me first, do you think pour Ralph, was aware of the relationship between you, that he guessed you were brothers?! ?1. don't think iso, ; -and yet I don't know,' Derrick' ? answered : 1 slo^vly.j 'He often commented upon the like ness beLween us, said: how strange it was, and how' easily we might pass for each other. 'Why.?' 'I thought so, yesterday from some thing he said.' . 'What was it.?' 'He was speaking of his sister. You know ho — you both, .have; a sister, Derrick?' ? ' ' 'I have heard Ralph speak.- of her ?— Oliv.e, I think, is licrviiame.' 'Yes; well, he was talking.^ -' about her yesterday., I ; asked MiiV'iijf she Would have a 'large ...

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