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AUBURN, VIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

AUBURN, VIC. William Lewis, 39 'Victoria-Toad, Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., writes:—' 'W« have found Dr. She'idons' New Disoor ery works wondera jwltk our chltaren. During the cold, -winter months w* would not consider it r.afe i-i bo wiH out it.' Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Coldte is an unequalled preparation for the euro of all Cheet Complaints and Lung Troubles. Price, la Cd and 3s per bottle. For sale evei-ywhere.

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The Channel Flight COMMENTS ON M. BLERIOT'S VICTORY. AERIAL SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

The Channel Flight COMMENTS ON M. BLERIOT'g VICTORY. aerial scxjuts. An aeroplane for scouting purposes will be ot Ohe greatest possible va lue, and we singerely hope that mea sures will at once be taken to form a crps of aerial scouts as an ad junct to our own forces.— 'Glnbe.' WAR IN. THE FUTURE. The parts which these aeri.il narl ra-ors will play in tlie of the future 'has yet to be' determined; but it is clear that 110 nation can al low itself to jbe beMmlhantlr in. aerial navigation' — 'Daily Chronicle.' ONLY' ONE AS YET. It may seem insular- to- deny the Jom o£ our insularity; but at tlie nsk ot that reproach we dare to say that one swallow does not make' a summer nor one Bleriot a geographical refor mation.— 'Eveniin g 'Standardj' CHANGING THE WORLD. The Successful aodompilishniem/ ? ot this plucky and astonishing feat shows us how the world Is changing before our very eyes. To-day it seemi as if before very long aeropla*es will tie as common as motors. — 'Mor- ning Advertise...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. EARL OF MEATH'S TROPHY. NEW SOOTH WALES LAST. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

RIFLE SHOOTING. EARL OF MEATl-I'S TROPHY. ' New south wales last. .... i London, Sunday. The shooting competitions amongst the Clubs of 'the Empire for the Earl af Meath's trophy resulted as follows: England first, with 1021; Natal se cond, with 1014; Victoria 3, with 931; New Zealand . (North Island), 4tli, 901; j-iiauiiinia, blu, witn suz; west Austra lia 7th, with S51;. New Zealand (South Island), Stli, with S01; Queensland 11th, with- G9G; and . New South Wales 12tli, with GOO. An ' OlfJ Maid' fe(II from the 'Bridge' .dowa below. A n'a the river's cold waters soon hissed;1 i . ? Though Rescued: she was in condition 'Solo,' Tha* aJll Wept ;'.fe,bbut IJie houswj 'Whist!' But after a 'Nap.' ahe cried in tones sure, , , 1 'I'll not provide doc'ors more lucre, I'll '.'Heggari iny 'neighbour,' pame; Peppei-mint Cure' . And this beastly ol'(?( chill, I will 'Euclrfe.'

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SPLENDID CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

SPLENDID CROPS. The people in the Orange district are, like the Bathurst people, 'enjoying blessings from the hand of Providence. The crops in that district are looking remarkably well,' and are making fiiio headway. It is ho.ped that the farmers will take advantage of the splendid opportunity, 'and store away for a ''rainy day,' or, rather, a dry season.

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

There is not b particle of opium or other naircotic in Chamberlain's . Cough Remedy, and iev- has bpen J since it was first offered to the public. It is as safe a medicine for a child as for an aduit. This remedy is fam ous for its cures of colds and croup, and can always be depended upon. For sale by b. Edgley and Co. ] North Ward Municipal Election. AMEI'j'IVNG of the Supporters of Mr. ARNOLD HIGBY will be held at Heavis' Rooms THIS KYENING, at 8 i j'olook. J. API'S. Bathurst Co-operative Dairy- . ing, Co., Ltd. j T'HE ANNUAL MEETING of tho Share holders of tlie above Company will 'be held nt, the Factory, Uontmck-Btreet, on I'HUHSDAY, 23rd INST., at 3 p.m. Business To present Annual Report and Balacce-slieot for tha past year. Nomination of Directors cud elec tion of Auditors. A. E. I'OLLiPvD, Secretary. Shire of Tur on. TO BRIDGE BUILDERS. ' rpENDERS are called for the Con sti'uction, and Supplying of Timber l'or, ? Second-Class Timber Culvert at Sunny .Corner, near, Mrs. .Mann'...

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OUS PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

OUfj PARK. . No person in Bathurst is able to say In an honest' manner that our Mac hattje Park is not a' spot of rare beau ty. It is a fact that we possess a luxury which many ; ottycr , western towns cannot boast of. But how .ma ny of our citizens . realise what we possess; There are not fifty per ..cent. of the inhabitants r or tnis city . tnac take advantage of our, park and' its beauty. To walk through it oven now enchants one — one with any taste for the works of Nature. : The rel'ief derived :by gazing, at the1 flowers and roes with their- gay colors and- dark green hue is marvellous. The cunning ricks, the- bright plumage, and the gay chattering of the Irir'ds 1 in 1 the aviary and'the genoral. perfume which fills the air are soothing and bracing. A more' enjoyable afternoon could* not be spent by the 'busy man than sitting among the greenery studying the do ings. of a Greater Oue. All these be nefits and pleasures can be had from oiir local Park — a park which can - be ente...

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

FURNITURE SALE In the Assigned Estate of Bennetts. NOW ON. ? NOW OjN'. Quality — Refinement — -Price. The points which every buyer of Furniture, Bedsteads, Carpets, etc., should consider are Quality; .IMiiiemeiit, Price. QUALITY of Construction and Workmanship is of great im portance. REFINEMENT of Design and Style is equally . desirable, for Furniture makes or mars a home ; while PRICE is of equal quintessence,' for.; : no one can afford' to pay more than goods are: honestly worth;- v ! Please inspect our Stock, and note our prices. Also, a Yost Typewriter in perfect order, and Office Fittings. Must be Cleared, Regardless of Qost. BENNETTS, Russell and Bentinck Streets. The Britt FiaD«U Depot (LIMITED), 9 BARRACK STREET, SYDNEY. Sole Agents |or John Broadwood and Sons' (London), Celel . atfcd '-HCPI,.A_:EsrO S 3M Recojg/rise- :- as the Leading Instruments of the World for the past 200 Years. Sole Agant3 for Melville-Clark and Broadwood Combi nation Pianos and Apollo Piano Players. ...

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

' If You Have A cold, cough, nose, throat or lung trouble, stomach, bovrel or kidney com plaint, rheumatism, neuralgia, USE SANDHR'S EXTRACT: five drops in a tablespoon oC water. Remember, you can not expect tho good effects from any sort of eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES because it contains etherdeal and antiseptic substances not contained in other eucalyptus products. Those, latter have caused grievous harm an-* a death has resulted from their use. Do not apply an ointment to a sore? It keeps back tho secretions. To wounds bruises, sprains, burns, ulcers, eczema and other skin troubles, APPLY 6A*H DER'S EXTRACT: 15 drops in a table spoon of olive oil. The effect will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, be causo it is freed from tho irritating constituents contained In othsr euoRlyp* tus preparations. It heals when other* Irrltat#. Insist upon the GHNTJINE SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you will derive tho bonofltl

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The Pole. PEARY WILL SATISFY THE WORLD SAYS COOK DIDN'T GET THERE. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

The Pole. PEARY WILL SATISFY THE WORLD SAYS COOK DIDN'T GET THERE. London, Sunday. Commander Peary, in the course of an interview, stated that he ilidn't al low Captain' Bartlett to accompany him on his journey to the Pole. He was satisfied that the scientific woild and the general public would accept implicitly his statement that lip really did accomplish the great ob ject for which, so many have striven. Peary added that Mr. Whitney told him last month: that Dr. Cook claimed to have reached the Pole, and as the Eskimos whom Cook had taken with him were at. Etali lie (Commander Peary), obtained from them drawings which showed that Cook had made only two marches: towards tlie Polar height, and then returned.

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MR. HUGH PATON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

MR. IIUG1I PATON. j The Dubbo Churches have decided to i accept the offer made by tlio. Presby-l terian Evangelistic Committee ;? of the services of Mr. Hugh Baton and Pro fessor M'Intyre, to conduct a mission on undenominational lines. Profes sor M'Intyre will conduct a series of' preparatory-, .services- proceding i the I visit of the Missioner. ,Mr. Paton will arrive in Dubbo on October 23rd, and will continue each night of the week' until Friday, the 29tli. The Evangelist will', be . accompanied by Mr. Marsh Little;; the celebrated solo ist.

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The Australian CricKeters. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

The Australian CricKeters. 1 i JLondott,, Eriday). ! The Australians commenced a match against S. I-I. Cochrane's English elev en at Bray, in1 tlie county of Wicltfotw, Ireland. The weather .was fine efid tha wicket perfect. . The Australians 'batted' first and made 271 in tlieir Hist innings. | ? Bardsley made 143 not out, hitting strong on the ,fleg (side. j .Cochrane's team went in and when stumps were drawn; one wicket was .down for seveH runs. AUSTRALIA v. COCHRANE'S ELEVEN This match was . continued at Bray, on Saturday. The weather was fine, and the wicket perfect. Australia . first innings. McAlister, c Tarrant b Hayes .... 35 I-Iartigan, run out ? 0 Ransford, c Hayes b Barnes ? 5 Armstrong, b Barnes ? 17 Noble, c Stcdman b Baines ? 11 Hopkins, c Vogler, b 'Quaife ? 1 Cotter, c Buckenham lv Quaife .... 15 O'Connor, c S. Smith b Quaife .... 2 Carkeek c Tarrant b Barnes ? 5 Whittv.' c Vosrler li Qnnifp . 1? Bardsley, not out ? 143 Sundues ? 25 Total ? ....... 271 Bowling: Buck...

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A SLIGHT DELAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

A SLIGHT DELAY. There appeared1 at ? the Millthorpe: Police Court on Friday last; 'Captain l-Iansen, claiming to be a .captain of the British Army/ who was arrested at Millthorpe on Thursday on a charge of sealing a: fumigator valued, at £1 7s Cd, and a; second charge of resisting the police. Accused pleaded guilty to .both, offences, -.andr. was- fined - £2 or one month's imprisonment and; £1 or 14 days' in the Bathurst Gaol, respect ively. 'As our hero had no spare cash he was obliged to come to our gaol, where lie will^ we are sure, enjoy the six weeks' rest. ? . - - - ?

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Golf. BATHURST v. ORANGE AT ORANGE. MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

Golf. BATHURST v. ORANGE AT ORANGE. I 'MORNING. Love, 1 — 1 v. Suttor, 0 — 0. Byass, 0— 0 v. Suttor 0 — 0. Dr. C. R. Howse, 0—0, v. Rutherford 1—3. Piddiugton, 1 — 1, v.' Holmes, 0 — 0. Gillies, 1 — 2 v. Thompson 0 — 0. pilcher, 1 — 2, v C. ' McPhillamy, 0 — 0. Tibbits, 1 — 1, v. Lee 0 — 0. I-I. Leo 0 — 0 v. Brownlow 1 — 2. Dr. N. R. I-Iowse, 1 — G v J. Kenny 0 — 0 Leary, 1 — 1 v B Kenny 0 — 0. Purdie, 1—5, v Dr. Moore 0 — 0. Wotton 1—1 v Dr.' Robertson, 0 — 0 Riddle, 1—2 v. J. McPh'illamy 0—0, Totals, 10—22; 3—7. AFTERNOON. i '? Foursomes. Love and Byass, 1—2, v. Suttor and I-Ioldship, 0 — 0. Piddington and Gillies, 1 — 2, v. Lee and B. Kenny, 0 — 0. Dr. N. R. Howse and Leary, 1 — 3, v. Dr. Moore aiid Brownlow, 0—0. ? Tihhitfi nnrl Riflrlln fl — 0. v Tlinmii son and C. McPhillamy, 1 — 1. ' Dr. C. R. Howse and Pididngton, 1— 4, v. Rutherford and ?Holmes, 0—0. Lee and Purdie, 1 — G, v.. Dr. Robert son and J. Kenny,: 0—0. ?; Totals, D— 17; 1—1,

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WAY THEY HAVE IN MOROCCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

WAY THEY HAVE IN MOROCCO. i The Sultan of Morocco is angry be cause he was lomonstrated with about cruelty. Eastern Sultans; lia.ve : their own ideas on what;is cruelty — to .the other fellow. For instance, this par ticular Sultan ordered, the hands of the captives to be; cut off, and the stumps of the arms to be plunged 'into boiling pitch. This is : only just a little pleasantry on tho part of the Sultan of Morocco. It is a. mere no thing to what he would do. and has done. -But the newspapers got hold of it, and published it, and fllle pow ers remonstrated with him. Natur ally, being a Sultan, he was, 'indignant. The idea of some powers interfering with a Sultan was . monstrous/ So poor old Bu 'Hamara, who had only been condemned' to die in a cage for, tiilo 'daily. amusement ofl -/Moroccan' small boys, was dragged out. of his cage -and shot in front ' of the ladies of the Harem. The Powers will think nothing of this; -.;but. to ;Bu' Hamara, the degradation of being shot in the pr...

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IRELAND'S TROUBLES. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

. IRELAND'S TROUBLES. Loudon, Sunday. The Irish Land Bill passed its third reading in the House ol Commons by ?

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C.Y.M. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

C.Y.M. SOCIETY. The weekly meeting 'of the Catholic Young Men's Society was held in the Society's Rooms, William-street, on Friday night.; The chair was occu pied by Mr. .1. A. Conroy. The 'Ma- nuscript Journal' was read by the editor, Mr. G. V. Morgan, and caused a good deal of discussion, the articles I being clever and witty, showing that a great deal of care had been taken in their preparation. The listeners wore thoroughly impressed by the matter in the journal, which had been drawn up. for their entertainment. The re mainder of the evening was talten up by recitations, and songs, rendered by Messrs. J. A.; Conroy, C. J. Foran, G. O'Kecfe, amVJ. Fish: At next Fri day night's meeting the business will be competitions, lor which prizes will be given.

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

Chambertain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are purely vegetable and .-on- 1 tain no ingredient that can In any way 1 be injurious to (he most delicate per- j fon. Their action is mild nnili gentle i without any of the painful sensations ( experience! by the use of Pills. Cham- j berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets ' act as a tonic, strengthen the system, and assist the natural movement o( the bowels. For sale by I* Bdtfey and Co.

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BORE AT COONAMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

BORE AT COON AMBLE. A new Municipal bore has been er ected at Conainble .after, five months' work. Tlie depth is 21S0 feet and the flow 1.304, 900 gallons per day. The temperature of the water, which rises Dft 9in above the easing, is 101% de , . grees. The cost was £1700.

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

MOLONG. At a recent mooting of the Moloifg Pastures Protection . Board, at Stock' Inspector reported that all stock in the district were, healthy and . in good ?condition. There appeared to bo . a large, percentage, of lambs. The rab bit inspector said that though : the rab bits wore breeding throughout; the dis trict, the increase was not very pro nounced, for means of .destruction were ljo'ing carried out - to a certain de gree by - owners and occupiers.' -The same report' comes from Molong ' as from other centres* , that, ' . the crops look splendid, there -being every pros pect of a bountiful harvest.

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BATHURST TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

BATHURST TURF CLUB. At a meeting of the Turf Club, held on Friday evening, wo understand that' Mr. James Carpenter was re-appointed! to the position of starter.

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