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MUSICAL AND LITERARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

MUSICAL AND LITERARY. j Members' tickets' for the Musical and Literary Association are now available, and may be obtained by application to the Secretary, Mr. G. ,H. Evaatf, ,' 83 ICeppel-strcet. .The prices and other particulars are given in another, column.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

Chamberlain's Stomacfh and Liver Tablets are purely vegetable ana '.*on tain no ingredient that can In any Way, 1)0 Injurious to ihe most delicate per son. Their action is mild andi gentle without any of tlie painful sensations experienced by the use of Pills. Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets act as k tonic, strengthen the system; . and assist the natural movement o( the bovrWs. For, sale b % L. HdeJoy, and Co.

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SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

1 SALES. Messrs. Low and Co. will, at an early ! date, sell by auction; building material, . at . the Patrician Brothers' School,- Kteppef-strfeet. The same auctioneers will also sell at their sale rooms on .Monday next fancy goods, jawel'lery, cutlery, etc.

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ALDERMAN JAMES ON ADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

ALDERMAN JAMES ON ADS. . .1 Mr.' A. B.- .Tames, when speaking of advertising in connection with tlie Musical and Literary competitions at londay night's meeting of the So ciety, said that if the : competitions were to be a success, the support ol. people ontsfcfc Batlvurst must be ob tained, aud if that support 'could not e secured tho society would never be come stronger. . 'Let us advertise li berally.' continued tire speaker. 'Why the business man nowadays who tries to succeed without advertising is like ly to be just as successful as a young ellow who tries to win a pretty young maid by winking at her in tho dark.' „ -

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SHEARING AT MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

SHEARING AT MOLONG. Word from Molong states that 'shear ing has commenced at Messrs. Jaines Lee and Co., Ltd., of Larras Lake, where over 4^.000 head of sheep are being put 'through. General shear ing wUl commence throughout the Molong district next month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

Mr. C. Cook, South ? Isis, Q., says: 'Some time ago^whiie cane cutting for Mr. ICbrr, 'of Doolbi, I had- a severe at tack' of Colic and Diarrhoea. I got ?some ' medicine from- the Ohemist but it did ma.no .good. A friend - of mine advised me . to; try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, nndi.I am pleased' that I did, for after taking a few doses 'I had entirely recovered and was Qt for, -work next day.' For sale by L. Edlgley and Co. McSoiley's- Billiaid Saloon, , WiHiam st., Bathurst. , & SPLH-NDIi:- TiBLE?. Efficient /ffl Markers. Perfect Appliances. -ffi: ?? TOURNAMENT NOW' ON. ; 'rTxPE R 1 E ^ I THe D^C^ Ah ^yes, J ; and feverish. Give him a Steed- H i man's Powder and he will *oon g I be all riglit.^ ? ? N Steedman's Soolhing Powders ! : contain I E E I p o I SONfLtj o0id by EUiott Bros,, Sydney

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

ig JgMagaM, | We are offering the chrnce of a lifetime for a few wejks only. I The Reason ; . ? {/] ^ Wo aro making ibis wonderful offer to advffTtI*» i jjj /\j \r/ 0Ur ^ure English Tweeds and Serges. ' / '®'^e Conditions ; If £7 i\ ^ have to do is to purchase ono of our Suft K A -^'WjimWa f/|M Lengths (price 32/6) and eenr u& the name of one A ? your friends who you consider would be likoly F f 1 ^ bother length on the same conditions. I ? ^Vo guaranteo to make and trim your suit abso || ' ??a lutely FREE- We employ onl^ the very best of lb H l^illll cutters. Eaoh suit Is hand-mnde, haircloth fronts M -j M 1 li'j'i and extras FREE. Wg guarantee to give entire 0 m ^sJ^'S Satisfaction, and If goods aro not approved, wo w I k| refund money In full. M R WRITE at once fer Patterns, Tape nnd Self-measurement Forma— ALL FREB 11 i | TSia BRADFORD WOOLLENS CGY.; George St., Sydney S j ja ac8P' NOTE. — Wo employ no Agents or Travellers. |j *\ A lHSIST UP0n^||GATE3 MADE BY ' t Mt ' ! ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

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Potatoe Blight. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

Potatoe Blight. ?Mr.- Lennox, of Millthorpe, visited Sydney recently iu company with dele gates deputed from Orange, Millthorpe, and* Spring- Terrace to interview the Minister of Agriculture (Mr. John Perry) - with- reference to the potato blight. -Mr.-Fitzpatrick, 'M.L.A., mem ber for Orange, introduced the depu tation. ? Mr. .M'Kay,' the delegate for Orange, very-'ably (pointed out to the Minister the ' very 'serious loss to the Orange district; -which 'depended largely on its potato crop. It wduld be a lamentable condition of.Hhings if the diseas got a strong hold in*, this' state. The delegate: from Spring Terrace (Mi\ l-I.-Powter) spoke o£ the great loss to -producers which would result if the I rish--.blis:lit:- was distributed chrouerh the- : State. -- lie also pointed out the great danger 'Of' the' circulation 'of bags which ? had ? coiitained-*\diseased pota toes,- ?and ' contended-^ 'chat all potato bags should be- fumigated, and bear a mark indicating: that they had bee* ...

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THE FINANCE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

Tl-IE FINANCE BILL. Clause 40, enacting increased death duties, was s^i'eujuously. opposed in the House of Commons until the clo sure was applied. In the end the du ties were carried by 192 votes to 95.

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COSMOPOLITAN FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

' COSMOPOLITAN FAIR.! A' largo assortment of goods have been promised for tlie Great Cosmo politan Fair wlvich is to bte held at the Salvation Army Hall to-night. Tho fair will be opened tills after noon at 3 o'clock by Mrs. 3 ago Smith', supported by Brigadier Willi ams and ministers of the various churches. and will continue for three eViCriirt^s, a musfoal ,p-rogrtamnio to be rendored on eacli occasion1. For the best lady wliisiUor and carpenter, piu^cs will be aiward'ed. Season tick ets can be obtained for one shilling.

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Federal Parliament. QUESTIONS AND REPLIES. £562,017 SUPPLY GRANTED. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

Federal Parliament. QUESTIONS AND REPLIES. : £5G2,017 SUPPLY GRANTED. Melbourne, Tuesday. ? In the House of : Representatives, Mr. Deakin, in reply to Mr. Kelly, said lie would . renew negotiations with the .Premier of New Zealand with a view of establishing wireless installa tions between Australia and that coun- 1 try. _ Sir John Quick, in reply to Dr.] Frank Liddell,' said he had no infor- 1 mation as to when the Postal Com mission would conclude its Inquiries. ; Sir John Forrest, in reply to Mr. Watlrins, said the Attorney General had been asked whether payments by Miners' Accident Associations should disqualify for Old Age Pensions. I The House went into Committee of Supjply. | Sir John Forrest moved that £5G2,- i 017 be granted. Messrs. Fisher, Hughes, and a num ber of other . members, mentioned grievances especially relating to Old Age Pension payments. I The grant was agreed to, and the BUI passed all stages. I The House then rose.

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SELECTED OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

SELECTED OFFICERS. I It is understood that Major R. S. Pearce, A.F.A., has been selected as the New South Wales military oili cer to proceed to India for instruc tion and training with the Indian - Av my. Four' officers; are selected an nually from the Commonwealth mili tary forces,, and this State usually sup plies 'one. Major Pearce saw ser vice in South ..Africa as intelligence officer to various commands. ; Major Forsyth, the Victorian officer select ed, will leave Melbourne for India , by tho R.M.S.' Moron. to-day.

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Cowra Show. RECORD ATTENDANCE AND ENTRIES. Cowra, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

Cowra Show. RECORD ' - ATTENDANCE AND ENTRIES. ? ? ; Cowra, Tiuesday. The Cowra Show was a great suc cess. The weather was fine. .The en tries totalled 1,G04 being 33 raor» than last year. The takings wero over .£5 more tflian any first, day, constituting a record of exhibits and takings. Many prizes in the art section went to Bathurst exhibitors. Horse entries w\ere large and the mates (were especially good. Ibarra riroducc was excallcnt!. School ex hibits were isixty more than last year. | Farm implements and vehicles show- j ed out well; sheep were poor. F, J. G-lasson, of Woodstock, getting most of the prizes in tliis section. Maddy of 'Bathulrst /exhibited ve hiclee. Cattle were better, showing the good prospects : ahead OH Wha country. The town is crowded and it is anticipated thero will he a record attendance to-inorlrowV

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

BOILS, l'lML'LKS, AjSD BLOTCHES. ZAM-BUK IS INVALUABLE FOR ALL skin troubles. Boils*, . pimple's,,, andi - painfull' erup tions are often set up by the debili tated condition of the system. The skin and tissue, lose tone and get be low par. - When a; boil is completely formed, the matter or pus should be let out. Then thoroughly ,cleanse with warm water, and dress with Zam-Bulc. The wonderful soothing virtues of the balm are' instantly revealed. The in flammation is subdued , at once, and Zam-Bulc being , an antiseptic, it makes the wound clean and 'sweet.' Mr. H. Christie, of 16 London-street, En!-| more, Sydney, is conversant with Zam Buk's powers in cases of boils, and says: — 'i was troubled with boils, and tried all manner of things to get riu of them. For three weeks I perse vered with different treatments, but to uo avail. Seeing ' Zam-Bulc advertised fr»v -iviv nnmninint.. I.nrocured a pot, and applied it as directed,; with the pleasing result that the boils had entirely dis...

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FRIGHTENED POLITICIAN. MR. ASQUITH: "GET THEE GONE GIRL." SIX MEN GUARD ONE MAN. Loudon, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

FRIGHTENED POLITICIAN. , || MR. ASQUITH:; 'GET .THEE GONE | GIRL.' \ | . SIX MEN GUARD ONE MAN. & London, Tuesday. ;j Six policemen to-ccompaniedl M1' I Asuuith, the Prime Minister, to tho | | Eulf links, at Lympne, Kent , .-where | lie was week-ending, in order to I prevent suffragettes fi'oin annoying h Win. «... . ,

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FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

FUNERAL. The funeral: ','of the . 'late Mrs. Mary Cashman, aged 73, took place yester day aftern'oou. \The remains * were interred in; the Roman Catholic por tion of the general cemetery, and were encased; in a silvor-moiuiLed -co-' dar coffin. The Rev. Father Flanagan I offioiained. Deceased's husband tail pre deceased her by- twelve months. The funeral was conducted by Mr. W. G. Sawyer.

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THE DREADNOUGHT FUND. "THE STANDARD" TALKS. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

H the dreadnought fund.' If 'pHE STANDARD' TjAWCS. f If London, Tuesday. ?| ihe Standard' warmly eulogises 8j§ ^ ll'BPosal of portion of tho Austra H| 'an patriotic subscriptions towards fli j'a'uing farms, and emphasises the HI oc'1' c°uuection between immigration K UUl' defence. I i»e Standard' argues that the es- 1 J''shment of a naval college In Aus ra 'a is a doubtful experiment, and ai ns Australia that tho elementary II 1 ttons of aea power) were only wi liable at sea and under discipline, ?'?'?'while, iet the Commonwealth Au.i'10 m°n' '^?tlG Standard' hoped '|S la''a's example in promoting irn! tisflati°U 'U coune°tioii with the Bri 1 IjGaeues would be followed by New d lU1(1' Canada, and South Africa.

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A RECORD SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909

A RECORD.' SEASON. Mr. B. Cutler., of Raglan; says there is now sufficient, feed to, make hay for the winter. During the. -last twelve yeais he has not seen such a boau tiftil season. For the past two years he has h*Ul to stall-JGeed '? 1G - - horses each day during; the, winter; arid there fore knows what he is!' speaking of. In all directions . the same reports are coming in, and- it now looks as if, at last, Bathurst1 s v'co have- a really good season. 1 '

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