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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

?'??'Municipal Council. The usual meeting o£ the Municipal CounGil . was held . at the Town Hall last night, there being present his , Worship the Mayor (Aderman F. B. Kenny),, Aldermen; Boyd, Apps, Gil : mour, James, Gartrell, Webb, McPliil-l lamy, and Perry. | Correspondence. , ? i Coinmunicatlous were received from uidiiy ... Municipalities expressing their desire to , co-operate, with \ the opposi tion to the- proposed Fire Brigades Bill. ' ?' ' ). ?-???? from.- the- Municipality of Moama, asking - thfe . Council to urge, through pur Member, the following resolution: | 'That ; the Government be approached I with a yiew-o£ \passing an Act to en- 1 force aDl Fire Insurance Companies I contributing annually to Fire Brigades and. to- seek the co-operation of all oth er Municipalities in the State.'— Re- ceived;; ? From'. Alderman R. L. Gilmour, ask ing-, for a'thr^ee months' leave of ab sence., dating 'from tlie 30th inst. The application was granted!, ou the mo tion of-.. Alderman ...

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THE DAY SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

THE DAY SYSTEM. The Mayor ^informed Hie .Council last night that all provisions had been ?madle foil tlie' cai-ijyiing put) of the pan service in the day timo wh'ch was at presont do^ie at ^liight. The , work could) commence in a week or so after the Council . liad fixed tho hour* between which' the work was to b|« executed, and after the approval of the Board of Healfih was Received' with, reference to the fitness of tho pans. Alderman Webb moved that the houfi's iflor -uiork bo, between 4. o'clock in thlcmorning and G o'clock in tlio afternoon. The motion ',w*s .seconded ,by . Aldiennan Perry and carried.

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SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

SUSSEX STREET PRICES/ -v 1 ' . Sydney, Wednosdaj'. Wheat, milling, 4/SVjd: to 4/!); prime, 4/7 to 4/S. Flour, |£,10 17s Gd to '|£ll. Maize, £3 Ss. to 1£3 10s. Barley, yictorlan capo seed, 3^2 to 3/3; feed 3/. * ? Oats, Tasmanian white, 2 /G; Al gerian, 2/3; seed 2/4 to 2/5; feed 2/. Brajn £4 6s to £5. Poliard, ,£'4 6b to ! £5. Chaff: South Australian; prime,! wheaten l£4 10s to £4 15s; Victoria*^ | prime wlijeaten |£1 to :£4 6s; choice | £4 10s; prime oaten £3 10s to (£3 12s Gd. ! Oaten ihay, Victorian1, '£4. rWi^rick straw, Tasmanlaji i£8 5;j Tasmanian '£3. Lucerno, Huntier River, new green,' '£3 15s to £4. ni/l in« Potatoes, Victorian red skins 'S.S 109. to !£7; plnlc eyes !£G ty- £G 6a; snowflakes £ ?; to ^5 ,ios. ? Onions, Victorian 'brown1 Spanish £5 to £7; Japanese £9 to £10. Butter, choice, 1.12s,, reduction of 4s. per cwt.; best second 86s. to 96s.; pastry 80s. to 86s. ' ?? Cheese, prime, Gd; good, sd to s/^d; rough, sd; prime large, sd1 to 6d; special 6Jd to 8d. - ' Bacon, ...

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WEATHER FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

vWEATHERFORECASTS. - Ogg's weather forecast for this week (15th to 22nd) is as follows:— Owing to a passing Antarctic storm, much warmer early part of this- period,- and favourable for thunder showers in .many places atmospheric complications follow, which will probably prolong the cloudy and showery weather, and reduce temperature; wind blows with violence from North to West - for ' a while, then cast .to north-east; mor ning fogs. The forecast of 'Rain- bow' for the week I7th to 24th, runs: Days warm, with cool nights; wes terly winds.

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

THR WEATHER.' ' ? Fine weather ' prevailed in Bathurrt yesterday. Tlie \wirm days are now i wturning and it will , not . be . long .before tho lient oE eummer is upon us. Similar conditions prevailed in all other parts of the State yesterday. Forecast: Change to cloattfy and un settled weather, with rain ana isolat ed Khunder-stonns over tho western arefte and 'exlicrtd'tnig easftward ; fineii jcondLliions quickly foUo-nling in) tli'e west witli cold strong southerlies. Tlie maximum 70 degrees; minimum 3G.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

gathurst 'limes. __ THURSDAY, SE!M'. 1 6, 1909.

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BATHURST GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

? BATHURST GUN 'CLUB. . . . 1 Tlie ? ? following scores wero made yesterday , for Mr. R. h. Gilmomfs tropjhy: — 'Shooteif (scratA^h) '0 Jtills; J. A'l-Iearn, (2Gyds). S; . W. Hayeft (25yds) 6; W. . Quinn, (2Gyd9)' G y C. Croaker, (21yds')..6; 'Raglan'*, : (25 yds) s4;- W. ? Whalan, .. (21yds) ft. Tnvo ''^?eeps wore shbt oft. No I being di .vide'd between; W. Mayes and- J: Mc . iSorley, with. 6 laillfc;- akid No. 2 -wasl divided between . W. QuJnn, j. A' Hcacru, and '.'Raglan' wtthl 9 . kills.

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The German Menace. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

The German Menace. We have already pointed out the im perative duty 011 the part of Austra lians 10 become fighters — ready, train ed, and willing to do battle in defence ot' their native country when called on. The German menace is much more serious than most, people imag ine. Germany is not maintaining the greatest fighting machine, in the world for nothing. She is not (in spite of t'le Kaiser's ^ assurances) building Dreadiipughts to be able to protect her trade or her* oversea dominions, lier trade is perfectly safe as . long as Great Britain is Mistress, of the Seas. Britain does not hamper any nation's -trade; Everyone is free to come to our ports and go again as I tuey ^choose. We impose no restric tions. There is no preferential rate. British ships pay the same dues. as the ships from any part of the world. The foreigner, ,be he German or Dutch, or French or Russian — uo matter what his nationality — Js treated ill every re spect with as much consideration jw the traders of ...

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WORTH TRYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

WORTH TRYING. . x -- A/successful :'' Victorian farmer, al ways salted his hay. On a stack about 30ft. x 20ft. he puts on three kerosene tins of water containing about - nine 1 double handfulS' of salt, which was sprinkled over every course. The salt prevented :the, hay from going mouldy, while the water, freshened it up If very dry.-.-- ?' ..'.'--I

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

POLICE COURT1. At the Bathurst Police Court yester day George Eagles, Uf-, a labourer, war, charged with using indecent language in Russell-street oarly yesterday morn ing. There was a second count, of un lawful assault on tb'e apprehending constable whiio in tlre execution of his duty. Evidence ^|SCiosed that when tlie constable f'.ttemptod to. arrest the offender he -uc]; ulni iu the mouth. For the Or ^ 0tfence ho TO fined -iOs, or in dP _(auit n dttyB hard' labor, and .lor tKo second n (\no of 20s or seven dajr,' ^ light labour was inflicted. The f- !/st line was paid, time being allowed in which to pay the second.

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GOLD FIND IN W.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

' GOLD FIND IN W.A. . ? Perth, ? Sunday.— A' telegitim - from Derby reports that, an important gold' find ' has been made by a .prispector; Charles Jones, in the vicinity of the Kimbolton' Range and Mount Heytos bury, the sources fef Robinson's River, which debouches into King Sound. The exact location is still a secret.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

Chamberiam'8 Stomadh and Liver Tablets are purely vegetable And '.'on- ?taln no ingredient that can In any way Tjo Injurious to the most delicate per son. Their action is mild and gentle ?without any of the painful sensations experienced by the uso of Pills. Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets act as s tonic, strengthen tho system, and assist tho natural movement ot tho bowtls. For sale bar I* Bdtfey and Co.

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ORDER OF SALES FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

ORDER OF SALES FOR ^TO-DAY . Following is the order of sales 70 head of fat caitle to- be sold at the Corporation Yiards to-day.;— Fat cattle: Messrs. Palmer, and M'Phillamjv .1; Messrs. E. H. Taylor and Co.,' 2. Fat siicep: Messrs. Palmer . and ' M'Phll lamy, I. '

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Local and General CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

Local and General, CORRESPONDENCE. ?/;Two. important letters dealing with .the uleution ot Alderman lior the North Ward will appear iu tomor row's issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

wrgmm Mk- housewife ^ juwhisb s JA\ A) ! ifi T/l V'L \V many good things are now V Ifi \l l i!l! ' l\ Ml vft 'S )\ a-ilavs imitated, and the / - «k , I |i|V«,,€v/'S/\ Imitations passed olf to un \ _ \i \ suspecting purchasers. v.lio [ V J reallv desire the lieiiiiiue ? 1 k \f/ ?-\J' advertised commodity. I ho Wfrgir J standard Medicines of to-day I f/fif Q- 7 are tiius ireq.ie.itiy imitated ( ^ HCf,, nnd rcrtinps none more than . / / siiaiaMNO& fir that old established and well / / ? J trjctl oough Itemedy j rBONNINGTON'S IRISH iOSS j We duly appreciate the couipl'nicnt paid lis hy those who ; have tried to Imitate our successful reunify. We nevertheless take tills opportunity of warning tl:e general public— and mure particularly ilie j . good housewife— ni'ain t purchasing ti.sse worthless concictioiis, which J ' are liable to do more Injury than good. YV'e would say to you— j DON'T BI GiJIliSiJGGEB— GET WilAT V0U ASH FOR. I' BON'NINGTON'S IlJISil MOSS' t;;j iys a. reputati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

i If You Have ( A cold, cough, noBe, throat or lung trouble, stomach, bowel or kidney com plaint, rheumatism, neuralgia, USB SANDER'S EXTRACT: flvo drop» la a tablespoon of water. Remember, you can not expect the good effects Irom any sort of eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT ' CURIOS because It contains etberdoal and antiseptic subBtances not contained to other eucalyptus products. Thcscj latter have caused grievous harm and a. . death has resulted from tbelr uso. Do not apply an ointment to a soref It keeps back tho secretions. To wounds bruises, sprains, burns, ulcers, cczoma and other skin troubles, ArPLY &AXH DER'S EXTRACT: 15 drops In a tabic* spoon of ollvo oil. The effect will surpriia you. , SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, bo cause It Is freed from the Irritating eonitltuantn contained in othar euealjy* tu» preparatl(Ti». it lieals when otkart Irritate. Insist upon the GBNTJINB SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you will derive th* benefit! TO stand this season at BRUCEDALE, ? The Wel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

'I'D STAND TIT K SEASON AT 8ATHUR3T AND lU'CICLKY. &ILGAI HIGH-CLASS TR0T1ING STALLION) - rjIKli, HUON J UNH-' IMiu, Aluud. Huon ' O Ju'ur., by liuoii (imp.), Lucilla (imp) imiirt, by Vuncleve (imp), Grniid dam by StTttelspeod lines', of Huon Junr., em Braces : Almont Junr., Almont, Atlau- ;j tic Almont, Pilot, Algona, Alma, Btl'ly Adams, .Star. Almont,- and others. Huon Junr. sired the following great performers.:— Lady Julian (2.19%), C J \y. (2.19), Sbratlibar (2.22), Rock Huon (2M), Dexter . iz.usj, Lady ' Huon (2.27). ' - ? ? ' ] While Vancleve, imp., has the honor of siring Fritz, tlic champion trotter ] of Australia. Vancleve was imported 1 by the late Robert Wilkin, of New | Zealand, Vancleve being a standard bred liorse. Vancleve 2438, sire Harold, j 413, son of Hambletonian, 10 ; dam, t yassar, by Belmont, 04 ; Harold, 41J, ( is the sire of Maud S. (2.8 vi), Slumber.1 (2.11%), Hermit (2.16%), Alturas (2.12 and 39 others with records of 2.30 or better. , Vassar is t...

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Our Sydney Letter. CLOSER SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

Our Sydney Letter. (From our Correspondent.) CLOSER SETTLEMENT. Tlie bill by which ' the ' Government is endeavouring to close up the. leaks which were left in its former efforts to promote closer settlement Is not 'yet out oi - its troubles. :-&astoratists '; who I deem tliems5lvefa ' aggrieved hy the un ceremonious way in whlclr their in terests-are assailed are out on the war jliatli - against it; and ' will probably -be represented by .eminent counsel at the bar, of the :I-Iouse.' The Government i [have plenty- of. voting strength to carry I any bill they choose to introduce, no I matter - how- drastic. - -Bu£i mere : strength and stupidness are not of 'themselves' sufficient. Each Amending Act, al though Goyernmont supporters have loyally- rolled up to pass it, has in creased the, existing confusion, and sometimes, . indeed, has created wider loopholes than those which it was in tended to close. Surely there Wist be a simpler and more excellent; way' of promoting settle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

/ Mr. C. Cook, South IsIs,- Q., says: .'Some time ago, -while cane cutting for, Mr. Kerr, of Doolbi, I had a severe at-, tack , oil Colic and Diarrhoea. I got some medicine from the Cttiemist but it did me no goad. A friond of mine, advisee' --. -o to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and. I am pleased that I did, for after taking a few doses I had entirely recovered and was fit for work next day.' For «ale bj I j. Ediglej- and Co. ? ?

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

Miph Derrick's Message CHAPTER V. 'Olive, you will drive into town .with me this morning? Jaines tells xue she has '.used alii the silk for piy; dress, so I must se.e if I can match it.*.' . . . ..7 ; '? Mrs. Wlorthingtou came, one beau tiful morning Ijji July,; into tho ,oak parlour, where her niece, : Oliv.e Der rick, was sitting wiril'ing letters. It twus'a' tpretty.. ? .room.- with'.-'.. -panelled waljs and deep; low window-seats, arid a polished l'loor partly covered With n finilfli'n : n-* rPiu»lrt»v Both carpets and curtains,- and indeed the furniture also, .were old and fa/ded and considerably the worse tor wear; Jiut ready-money was a scarce ar ticle at tilic Moat, 'and was njever a'ortheomiug_ foi\ the puirchase ot such superiluo-tisv -JiLxuries ais' new. .Qurtains and carpets. ' . All that could be srtiWd, ? and a great deal more, went to -defray tho necessao-les of 'Hfe, and gambling and betting debts of the male members . of tthia ilamlly, and to 'satisfy their taste In...

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