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FOOTBALL. RUGBY LEAGUE. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

FOOTBALL. RUGBY LEAGUE.'' , i \ iSydney, Sunda'jl. j A imaltch1 butw-cen SouSli ISydney ;and Balmain ?; was set down to be played yesterday on t'lie Royal Agri cultural Ground, Moore Park, Sy.ney. The Balmain team did not put in an appearance and the match-, therefore, was awarded to South SyuBuy,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

fas?) Good for ~~~\ The Children j E Every mother k-uoivs tliat j N md there is no better Cough ~ ffllj U~b\ rl ^3 LI Ei. « c'ne ^or 'le iittle ones than ^ ED M * ' Bennington's Irish Moss. G) & Its soothing and healing prop erties arc at once noticeable. !it is pleasant to take and afTords relief from the first dose. Guaranteed entirely free from harmful narcotics. BONNINGTON'S IRISH MOSS * gained its plane in public favor by sterling worth, and keeps it by the same unchanged efficiency. For the relief and cure of Coughs and Colds, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Croup, this remedy is unsurpassed. BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTES. „ ,, Z 0 , g- Always ask rOR 1/6 & 2/© ' BONNSfiJGTON'S ' per bqtile | F Bally will tisrlwe i i when fed oia Neave's Food — tSse perfectly | I safe food for Che most delicate child. | | fp©ci.dlj B contains al! tiliG essentials for flesh and bone- | ® forming jss an exceptional degree, assists tecthmg, O ffl relieves inf-mtii a constipation, anni when in...

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COOLGARDIE CUP. West Australia, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

COOLGARD1E CUP. ? West Australia, Sunday. Following 'is the result of the Cool gai*die- Cup: Ellis first, Neucisera se condhand Flora Mac third. :. The win ner started- at 10 to.l:

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THE EPSOM. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

THE (EPSOM. 'Sydney, Sunday. Flavinius audi Mai tine are ? joint favorites for. tlio Epsom, a couple of I oints m advance of Go'.den Slipyer and Blue Book, then come Paraee, Aborigine, Irishman and Did^is.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

Blood poison resulting from smal'i wounds Is becoming more prevalent. Even so slight an injury as the scratch of a pin wiil spmetimes cause blood! poisoning. The safe 'way is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm as ^oon as the injury has been received. That lini ment prevents a'll danger of bl od pois oning and causes the injury to heal in about one-third tho time required by the usual treatment. For sale by L. Edgley and Co. -.&-

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ACCIDENT. MALTOSE SMASHED UP. Sydney, Sundae. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

ACCIDENT. MALTOSE SMASHED UP. /Sydney, Sunday. , An. accident oceurrec! in the 'Ca mellia Stakes at Rosehill races yas terday. Maltose and two other horses fell fllie latter were uninjured, but the former broke ons of his forelegs and smashed his shoulder and had to :be destroyed. Maltose was backed for tlie Epsom Handicap.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

-. Ay t-'s ? . /C^h : Sarsapa- /oWMtfOx , rilla is a prettygood % -iA ? traveling \o ?.. t compan-. v^f 'V ion. Better KJ-r-A SV, . : ? take a bot- j V - tlo with1^^ jjf | ^ 1 ; . you . when ~jT^»Lg | \ you. go away *60 ?/. from home. It -£-J may save you a long illness. And if you aro not going away, keep it with you, always, in tho house. Sarsaparilia is tho best family mcdicinc you can have. A thorough course of treat ment with it makes good red blood, brings tho old color back to tho lips, fills out tho cheeks, and gives the glow of perfect health. ; Porhaps you suffer from tho en . f eebling effect of a prolonged spell of warm woather. If so, Ayer's Sarsapa rilia will vitalize your blood aud givo you renewed force, vim, and onorgy. As now made , Ayer's Sarsa parilia contains no alcohol. There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. Be sure you get 'AYER'S.' Prepared by Or. J. C. Ayer h Co., Lowell, Mass.( U.S.A. ? AYER'S PILLS, tlie best family iarativo. For indigestion Eating carelc...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. ROSEHILL RACES. FINE WEATHER. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

SPORTING. THE fURF. ; ROSEIIILL RACES. ' . FINE JVEATIIER. Sytiney, EVindaV. . -.T^ne spring -mooting of the Rosclilll . Racing Club was held on ; Siturc^ay afternoon linden line iweatiherV The course' was in splendid order and the ^ attendaiiCO was largo. - tl Results:— , , I Hurdle Race, a 'hail dicajp of 80isovs. ?Two miles,. S.anbar, 9.0, 1; -.Aiii.ona, j.u.d, z;: Yotiow Aster, y.o, d. ueuung. , 10 : to 1 : Stanbar. Won by t\vo lengtns. Time, 3,54%. ? -? . Granville Stakes, a hanuicap ol- 70 sovs. ' Six .furlongs. Kuringad, 7.2 ? ,1;, Lord Gamjbol, 8.12, 2; . 1'1-ushn, S.8, 3'. Betting: 5 to 2 Kuringai. . Won by two lengths Time, '1.15. Spiting Stakes, ot 150 sovs. ' One mi e. MWt King,j S.5, 1; Lady 'ReunaH, 7.12; 2;.- Blue Booki; ' 9;3, 3. Betting: ? 3 to 1 Malt King. Won by two leiigt'lis. Time, 1.40%. ? Camellia Stages, a handicap of (125 ; .- sovs.. ) Seven fiuillonigs. ? ? : Golden Slipperf-S, 1; Rose At lie, 7.9/ 2; Nu-; warra E|liya, 7, 3. Betting: 3 tj 1 Golden Slipper....

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O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

O CONNELL. .(From Our Correspondent). | . A grand balll organized! by a local | committee was lield in the School of | Arts, -ldmliy lent for the occasion, by Miv S. McKi'bbin. Mr. D. McGeo of i flciatfedt at the piano* amd the duty i of M.O. was nJbly peil'ormec'1 by Mi' i A. Thu riling. About 23 couples w*re present. Dainalng ? commenced about S 30pl.mj and; continued until mid nigWt, wihen i, ,tui! ridjou'rinnent 'Was madje to 'the -supper room, -u'here tlio guests sat down to a sumptuous ro-, past, ' tasLotully arranged by a com niitteo of ladies. After suippcr danc ing re-commenced, anc! continued' un til nearly four a.m. A' very enjoy able night wa* spent. The nett pro- coeds .will be handed to the Batk urst District Hospital. Rain hegan to; faill tlids morning, a, tid ;hals :contimiGd tlinoughout tili^ -?ay. Crops anrt . herbage are making rapid growth, and ai jgoodj (hai*vest is | practically assured.: L... ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

Jllie jjfotlnir,st (lEtmcg. I MONDAY, SEPT. 2o~ igog. .

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The Country. CALOOLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

The Country. CALOOLA. (From our Correspondent.) I ? -Aouut forty or fifty guests as sembled at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cooke on Wednesday evening last, to celebrate the coming of age of Miss Maud Chew. The (company as sembled about 4.30: p.m., and games and outdoor amnsementR wpvp in dulged in until G o'clock, when an ad journment- was made to partake of a [sumptuous repast, -which was presided |over by Mrs. Cooko and Miss R. Chew Tlie table was most artistically laid out, upon the centre standing a three decked cake, handsomely decorated, and ; still more handsomely cooked. The health of the guest of the evening was proposed by Mr. A. Cooke. Several others also spoke to the toast. I-Ier health was pledged in wine. Mr Walter Chew, brother of. the guest, suitably responded on her behalf After , supper games .were again in dulged^ for about an hour, when an other pleasant break, was made, and a huge bonfire was lit, 'and for a whilo the air rang 'with; the explosipns ol firew...

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State and Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

State and Commonwealth. I The arrangement between the Pro-' miers ol the State and the Federal Go-, vernmenf which it is proposed shall j form the basis of the future financial' relations between the two is o£ course, ? open to objections. Probably 110 scheme which could be devised by hu-' man intellect could satisfy everyone,1 or be absolutely, unobjectionable from' any and every point, of view. Wei think, however, that the more the pro-| posed arrangement Is studied the more I it will commend itself to the unpre-l judiced mind. At present a State! Treasurer, when preparing his Budget, has. to deal to a very great extent with probabilities. c It is impossible, for . him always to forecast with any ex actitude what amount of revenue ho will receive from different departments of the Public Service. ?More espe cially has this been the case in the ?past, lew years, with the sums deriv ed from the Custom House, owing, not only ; to the .fluctuations of the revenue itself, but to -.the p...

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BATHURST EYESIGHT. BARRACLOUGH'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

BATHUHST EYESIGHT. BARRACLOUGH'S VISIT. This is -the ago of aids to nature. The old and crude idea of leaving it unsupported by science wrought un told loss, injury, and misery to hu manity. Millions of eyes were perma nently impaired and their: blessing lost through lack of scientific tests and cor rectly adapted glasses. No, name stands for higher success among Opticians than that ot H. A. B ARRACLOU Gil , Ltd., 385 George-street, Sydney. „? An Expert from this firm may be ' con sulted; at the PARK HOTEL, ' BATH URST on TUESDAY next, the 21st SEPTEMBER, from 9 a.m. to G p.m.,

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Poison and Bird Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

? Poison and Bird Life. .1 he question of whether poison, laid for rabbits in the .country, is destruct ive to bird life or .not, is causing great argument , in the Pastures Protection Boards of the State. Some experienc ed men on the land say that strych nine-is harmful to bird life, but tliac phosphorus .is not. Others contend that phosphorus its. worse than strych nine. No doubt birds do take the baits laid for rabbits, but poisoning, as a means of rabbit destruction, cannot be done without. Wire netting is not effective enough, therefore poisoning must remain the only remedy until a better one is brought forward. It does , seein a pity that harmless birds are destroyed; but what is to be done? The rabbit pest must be swept away if , the country is to be succesful in agriculture. It cither means bunny staying and the crops disappearing, or the crops thriving, with bunny absent. '. Well, if the rabbit is to be put out of existence, the most effective means of doing so must be appl...

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AEROPLANE LIMITATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

' AEROPLANE LIMITATIONS. Vrhere; are- limits: in.tho:aiature of tho necessary - materials to - extension: 1 of aeroplanes; in- the direction of weight carrying. ' That department will have to be left to the dirigible balloon, which has the great advantage that its power/ increases with increase of size at a greater rate than the resistance offered by tho air. With the aeropane it is rather . the other way, and that circumstance alone -would seem to dif ferentiate the two modes of flying very sharply. In view of what has recently been accomplished, it would be folly to set limits to the power of accom modation to - visible currents which may yet be attained by the- aeroplane. It is not impossible that it may become as secure t in; all. but . actually stormy weather as the. bird that it imitates. We are still a long way from that per fection; but, if we assume that wo may ultimately arrive at it, the limitations upon increase of, size and power would seem to be inexorable. — 'The Time...

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Local and General AUCTION SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

Local and General AUCTION SALF.: Messrs. A. S. Low ant Co., an nounce an extensive sale of fanoy goods, draiJery, (boots and ; shoes, cutlery, watches, 'guns, etc,, at their rooms, to-i'tay, at 2.30 prompt. Tlie goods are described as high class, | and are to be. sold without reserve.

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THE NORTH POLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

. THE NORTH POLE. 'Amongst those wlTo -doubt Dr. Fred erick Cook's statomonits as regarkls tlio discovery of the North Folie .is ?ActMiiral MelviBe cm.cc bead of the Lena River ; Expou'iUon; c and who nearly lost his- own life trying , Mo save oUliers, and whoi also.' made sev eral desperate - daffiies ? lor the Pole himself. As lie was starting on one ot these joumy9 a friend asked — 'What wlll.be the. use of finding the Pole if you do reaillv it ' . 'Nothing,' was the blunt roplly, t'except that' it wilil stop alot' of - other — rd fools from; risking their lives on a simlli'.i wild-goo»e chase.'

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THE THREE C'S CYCLE CROWD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

tub' three cs cycle crowd. 'The Three C's' does not refer to tobacco, but to Messrs. Crammond, Crammond and' Ci'ammond, who have started business as mechanical and electrical engineers, separator experts, and agents; for Bennett and Barkoll's bikes, Triumph and Twin-cylinder mo tors. The firm's advertisement gives full particulars.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

(W. A. McLEANi 325 ltUSSlSljL-STRBKT. Timber Merchant and Builderi.ci,........:...., JOINERY MADE O OftDBil,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

'WOOL . aitirc ® t, WHEAT liiiiii 11 -%, 11 f-r~~ ? ? s?D' Fat''' / stock 1'° Stock Station « ft bJ U -«&/ ia u sass y Vi a - ? ' 'esmen Agents. REGULAR AUCTIOM SALES OF -Si- - /SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKI3S, MARSUPIAL SKIMS | EVEftY CONSIGNMENT RECEIVES THE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF OUR PJ?iNCiPALS WHO SUPERVISE THE CATALOGUING, R/iAKE THE VALUATIONS AND CONDUCT THE SALES. **=—=» OFFICES and STORES i CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY J I — - ? I a ©EILING HND | | SOMETHING M©RE. | fr | Most Ceilings, and walls also for that | ;- j: 1 matter, are a source of anxiety to the | * [/ v^'t- j householder, if not an actual menace — | jf- I /O j they crack, discolour, and harbour all | t I {ivvW A^4 I kinds undesirables. Not so those of 8 § I . M v m 1 the Wunderlich Embosssd Metal System. 1 ; i \ n| Jri § '} They are PERMANENT, ARTISTIC, SAHI- 8 £ !? /y ! TARY, and FIRE-RESISTING. They pro- | f ?? x^? ! tect and beautify, and are the ideal | j met'um 'or interior decoration. ASK jj f '- j YO...

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