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AUBURN, VIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

AUBURN, VIC. William Lewis, 39 Victoria-road, im.-?' Melljourne, Vic., writes:— 'We „ 6 found Dr. Sheldons' New Discov -V worka wonders with our children. ... , 8 the cola, winter months- .we out U c'ousi^er it Eate '?- with H nu ' Blloldon's , New- Discovery for E ni-n'- . s uru* Ooldfe is an unequalled H Cm, lation for ^e cure ol- aH Chest H j ®j)laints and Lung Troubles. Price, 11 evom aU(i 3s Per bottle. For saSe ?| UVE-i7'.vhere.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

BILLIARDS. At McSo^ley's rooms last night, R. ?? on io, beat F.E,, on 130, by „ 57. lu,Ul'W for the semi-ilnal is»as fol 011 meots Snowstorm worn iWa R;P' on l0' mcets R' Hems ' 011 80- Cabby and Snowstorm play to-night. , '

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. New Zealand, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

\ , 'football. ~ New Zealand, Wedn^' Sydney' . Unlvorsity l'c;lt 'tlnlvorslty by ll to 5. .

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PIGEON SHOOTING. £600 MATCH. ELLALONG BEATS EALES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

Y . PIGEON SHOOTlNO. . . ' £000 MATCH. -ELLALONO BEATS EALEf - ,? - Sydney, Wedne.Wa ? ? Tlio pigeon match foi ? mntci, whi'ch in -a record -for a PS off in ,Vow South \ Wales, »h t |'Ella1ong and A. W. Lai I each. ? , for 'El'#' The ' result was .a w'u one' liy eight birds.

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DOUGHTY DOOLEY. THE CHAMPION OF TWO-UP SCHOOLS. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

DOUGHTY DOOLEY. ti-ie champion of two-up SCHOOLS. Sydney, Wednesday. Iu the Assembly to-night, Mr. D«-- ley moved tho adjournment of 1 0 House iu connection with the tiw mont of ccrtaiu prisoners iu Ib^Lti gow loclt-up. ' Hovstatcd that L inc'| were arrested at Clarence for two-up. They, wero taken to 1 1 gow, tand genteuccd to seven 11113 imprisonment. . There 'were only two ceiis w lock-up to a population of 7050 IK01 One night' during their incarccia ? 19' men huddled together iu these small cells. He thought pc°l,tc taincd should receive some cons' ation iii' keeping with the l'r°KlC5S the times. - . . .. Mr. Wood,' Colonial Secretary ? ? ?cd that the motion' was notlilut' s Q'f an insult to the Goverumen . . Tho motion was negatived. ^

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

- There is nor r piartncie of opium or 1 other nafrcoUc in Chamberlain's ; Coughi Remedy, an d .jov-.' lias been, j 8'nce It was first 0 ffered to' the public. ; It is as Bate a m cdicine tfor a child a3 for an adult. 'Tins rem-ediy is fam ous for its ctu'es of colds and oroup. and can always bt 3 depended! upon. For Ealo by h, Edgle.; j tutd Co. j

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SHARE MARKET. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

'' ' ' ? ' SHAi,US MAR1CET. 1 ? Sydnoy. .Wednesday.' : . Gohr Hill, paid, 7/G. ? 1 '; ? ^GoldJ Hill, icon',, (tonus 0 w'celcs)' W- ' /, ?'.? . ( : Mount D-Avld1, 1/5. ' ' ' ?!,*?? ' . Brolcen ?flill South, paid, f£5 17s* -i Broken Hill Junction North, 30/3. ,O.IC.' C5oppor, 2/G. ' Broken Hill Boutlf: Blocks,. 33/. '. Brokon Hill Soutft Extended, 3/.~ tl

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

Oberon Shire Council. . The- usual fortnightly meeting of the Oberon Shire Council was held in the' Council Chambers, Oberon, on Saturday last. Conucillor H. Kelly, President, occupied the chair. There; was. a full attendance of other Couu.7 ciilors. . .' The President reported having ex amined the cash, bank, and . pass books, - and the monthly reconciliation statement, and had found them correct nnrt in nrrtr-i\ Tiie Clerk reported that the credit balance to tho Geueral Fund at date was £1160 0s 5d, and the Trust Fund £139 15s, being made up of £132 19s lid credit .to the ?Jenoiau Caves Road, Government grants, and £4 19s Gd bal ance of Ginkin-Shooters' Hill Govern ment grant. He also reported that the sum of £12S lis -pd had been paid in rates and that there was still the sum of £15G 13s 7d outstanding for arrears and current rates. Tf .lnntclnri tlmf notices be . issued to those in arrears demanding payment and if the- amounts were not forthcoming, legal proceed ing's would- be ...

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KILLED BY A HORSE. OLD MAN KICKED TO DEATH. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

KILLED BY A IIORSE. OLD 'MAN KICKED TO DEATH. ? . Sydney, Wednesday. Samuel H^zlett, 7-1, of Craig More, near. Walgett, and an old resident of the district, was 'kicked iu the cliestb) a horse yesterday, and tiled this mor ning.

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BOLD, BAD, BOYS. ESCAPE FROM THE SOBRAON. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

BOLD, BAD, BOYS. ESCAPE FROM THE SOBltAOX. ' Sydney, Wednesday. Three inds, who were being subject ed to a course of discipline on hoard the training shjip Sfobraon, escaped this morning.

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DEATH OF FOX. CARELESS EXPERIMENTALIST COMMITTED. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

DEATH OF COX. CARELESS EXPERIMENTALIST COMMITTED. Sydney, Wednesday. . The., inquest concerning the death of Henry Robert Cox, 4S, of Woy Woy, who died suddenly' at tho Hotel Ar cadia on September 3rd, was opened to-day. . The Coroner found that deceased died from poisoning by cyanide ot po tassium negligently and carelessly loft in a bed-room by Stanislaus Dyk ton, and 'he therefore found that Dyk ton had feloniously slain deceased. Dykton was committed for trial on a charge of manslaughter, hail being alllowed.

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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH Chambers of Commerce. PREFERENTIAL TRADE. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (From New South Wales Coui;ir, Press Association). ' 'J Chambers of Commerce. preferential trade. Syduey, ? Wednes.in, ; The real business of the Conga.S3 of . the Chamber ot Commerce ot thu Empire vcommenced this mornlug, ;Tlio president read a message frum the -King returning ixls sincere tUaiiks to. tho^ Congress : for expressions or loyalty, ? . ' ,, ' The first- l-esolution. to-day was one dealing with the question of prefer eutial. trade, and moved by Mr. Davis of Loudon, who read a letter from the Rt. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, that lie had received before - leaving Loudon The letter was as fed lows: 'I aui giaij that your fellow citizens have clertmi you as delegate to tha conference of the Chambers of Commerce of tho Em pire. I think your ,belief iu the poli cy 'of. tarftt reform and preference will not j he a disadvantage and I should be very sorry\ if it were misunderstood, in consequence of the antiquated views of some ot pur delegates. 1 bavo i-0 doubt t...

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

Blood poison resulting from smal'i wounds is becoming more prevalent. Even so slight an injury as the scratch of a pin will EOrnetimes cause blood! poisoning. The safe way Is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm: as -'on a= the injury lias been received. That lini ment prevents all danger of blood pois oning anH causes the injury to heal in about one-third tlhe time required by, the usual treatment Foe . sale W, I* ,®dglex and Co, _l-sj

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NO MARRIAGE IN HASTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

NO MARRIAGE IN HASTE. I The Marrlng'e Bill, tho main object I of which id, to prevent hasty marriagos !'at matrimonial- agencies, has now been passed by both Houses of the Victorian Parliament, and only awaits the assent of the Governor in order to become law. The measure is to come into operation' so 'soon as it is signed by the Governor, and tho assent is ga zetted. -Tiie principal provision ot the measure requires three days' .r.otic'o to be givon by .one of the parties to tho minister of. religion asked to marry .ny couples. This Is very necessary — In' Victoria. Writor 'itnows- the pror prietor of 0110 ot Melbourne's', principal hotels who' was married Vo his house keeper, but didn't know it till' next day, when she produced the ' certificate. Any Melbourne map will recognise Paddy at qrico. -. . ,\. .

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

Mr. ' W. C. Wpckner, Toowoomba, Queensland, ?writes: 'Chaanberlain's Cor/gh Remedy is an excellent Remedy. I laave been suffering from a cold for the last two months an'd! it lias effectied a cure. It is a pleasure for me to recommend' it to anyone with a bad ico'd.'' This is the opinion /of one of the oldest and most respect-id residents in Toowoomba;, aud lias been voluntarily given in good faith that O'tlicrs miglit try Cliamberiain's Cough Riemedy and be benefited as he was. Fo-r sa.le by L. Edgley and Co. ^

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Church of England. THE BISHOP AT WYALONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

Church of England. THE BISHOP AT WYALONG. ' / The l}ishop, who was at Bourke„on the' 5th of this mouth, reached Wyalong on the 11th. On. the evening of that .day he met witli a great reception from the parishioners and -others. Archdeacon Nelld presided at the con versazione in the Hall at West Wya long. The Hon. John Meagher was also present, and most' cordially wel comed the Bishop. On Sunday, the ?12th, S. Barnabas' Church was crowd ed to the doors, 47 persons wore con firmed. The evening service was ho^Jd iii the Masonic Hall at East Wyalong, the church being too small to accom modate the congregation. This was packed to tho doors, and many were unable to find even standing 'room. The Bishop was the guest of the Mayor and Mayoress, Dr. and Mrs. Shaw, at East Wyalong. The Bishop is due at Parlces on Sunday next. . I . - ?

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Football. BARBERS v. BAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

Football. BARBERS v. BAICERS. Ono or tlie best matcflies flayed this seasoa was tlie coutcst between the llalrch'ossers and the Bakers. Both teams were determined - to win and tlio game was willing from start lo fnishi. For tlie Bukers the iTonvardij did) splendid work aud tlio back men of thq. Barbers put in a. -phenomenal performance. From, s'ta'rt to ; finialu the interest . of the - spectators . wajs maintained and on all sides the opin ion was voiced that it was tho best gaine of the season. .'\T\vo baiters, were tomporaaily disaUled — Watson and Smith. The Bakers scomi first, Fo garty drop-kicking a fie/Ul goal, and just b of ore the whistle blow, P. Daw son, for the Barbers, who had been playing like .Trojans1, . secured a . try which Slocomb'e failed , to convert. Thb j Bakers thus -s\'on iby 4 points to. 3; but tlie Barbors wo-'uld like \ to take .thoir opponents on- again; . ' SAINTS v. BROTHERS. 'All1 Saints' College defeated the Patrician Brothers' School,, on the Show G...

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

Was - there somebody „trickfcd? It appears .'like a 'dreamt v ?? How aia'Misaem geii plcKed ?; \ .' ' ? In that cricketing team? ? .Well, 'tis; said ( andi this -Itoldfe ) - ♦Very llkeJy, I'm silt*) . :: v That ho' cured all tholrvcolds ? ?With Woodls' Poppe-rmint Cure.

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Correspondence. THE MACQUARIE SEAT. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

Correspondence. the macquarie seat. (To-' tihe Editor.) Sir,— In to-day's ('Wednesday) issue of the 'Times,' there appears an item of news:, which should awaken some oi our. sleeping \LiberaIs of, Bathurst to the\necessity of being up and on 'acr tive . service.' The item ' referred to is as follows: — 'The ' name of tho candidate to be soicctod by' the Liberal ? and ? Reform Party to oppose Mr. E. S. .Carr, M.P.', at the Federal Elections next March, will be announced at an' early date. Mr. A.; C. OI Lane, of Orange, is a candidate for selection, having. . been requested to nominate by electors -in various centres.' . This is .plain- proof that the Blayney. aud Oranfee Liberals are alive, and arc no longer inclined to be . further humbugged by those apathetic Liber; als in 'tlio Bathurst centre, whom we. have hitherto looked- upon as 'real, live men.' Where, were these live men.' on the last two occasions when tiie Liberal League met at the Masonic Hall, for tlio purpose .of ar ran...

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The Waratah. STILL HOPES OF SAFETY. A THOROUGH SEARCH. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909

The Waratah. STILL HOPES OF SAFETY. ' A THOROUGH SEARCH. . ' MELBOURNE, Tuesday. ..Tho Minister for Customs, has re ceived a cabl6 from the Cape Govern ment that the J Uaion-Castie; : steamer Sabine started .onJsaturday to search for. the Waratah. . - . ' . : .The suggestions which ... Sir Robert Best had wired that the steamer should be equipped ' with' : Admiralty.', search lights and time-tables, giving probable routes of liners between Africa and Australia, wore .- adopted. ; Sir Robert Best also suggested that arrangements should be made for ono or more of the | vessels, trading, from Africa to Austra lia to sight tho.Crozets and Amsterdam isianus. -? . In the latest -flies received froiii this Cape an ex-officer of the I mercanti.le 1 marine, discussing the question of the safety ot the Waratah, expresses the opiuion that,, the steamer, is .floating disabled in a 'south-easterly direction, anil that .if she can rig up^ a jury mast and-salls she will bo. able eventually to niak...

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