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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH The Waratah. HOPES ALMOST ABANDONED. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

MEWS BY TELEGRAPH .prom Now South Wales Country ( *? r xjress Association ). | — i he Waratah. ,101'liS ALMOST ABANDONED. j Sydney, Wednesday. ; ,rhe Waratali is looked upon as . .ilic ' A leading authority on ; -uul their build, says that the SKtali was a tender boat. He says ! 'lt'm tnldug out cargo from the Wa [ .'tali il was uecessary t0 1111 in at ' 10 time. His opinion goes to I w tliat the Waratali was practically S '^op-heavy' ship, and that any ex loud on dock would render her dan „!lus in bad weather. FKDEKAL GOVERNMENT ACTION. Melbourne, Wednesday. It jS understood that the Federal „ ? ,.„nu;nt tliis afternoon dispatch ... C(1 a cable to Capetown inquiring whe ther there is another vessel . there available and suitable to search for il,e Waratah. Tlie steamer, it is sti pulated, must be capable o£ carrying a large supply o£ fuel sufficient to last for probably au extended search. It is not likely that a reply will he re ceived until to-morrow. The impres sion is that i£ s...

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OPIUM. FINES OF £80 AND £100. Sydney. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

OPIUM. FINES OF £ SO AND £100. Sydhev. Wednesday. At the Police Court to-day, Ah Wee, a Chineise, was charged on informa tion, with procuring, by one Richard Ashton Gough, aud unlawfully im porting 15 tins of opium, which were j brought ashore from the .steamer 'Ashton' by Gougli in milk cans. I There was a second case touching i tlie alleged importation of 22 tins' of | opiup. .. ' ; tu gWng his decision, the magis trate said that the fact that the ac cused procured another 'person to do ''is illegal work, and then left him the lurch did .not make him feel inclined to inflict a 'small penalty. in tlie first case a fine of £80 was Imposed, and in the second one of :£ioo.

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SLANDER. VERDICT FOR £250. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

SLANDER. VERDICT FOR £250. Sydney, Wednesday. The case in which Annie RafEerty, widow, residing at Albion Parle, clam ed £2000 for alleged slander from John Russell, was concluded to-day. ! The jury returned a verdict in favor | of plaintiff for £350. /r-x ?, ... I Justice Cohen remarked that as the i I jaw was at present, a poison couia [ only be liable for a defamatory, state | meat which he himself uttered, and j not for the repetition of it by any otli I er person. He thought, himself, j where defamation was repeated, :tlie I person who originally uttered it should | be held responsible for the repetition.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

If You Have j A cold, cough, noBB, throat or lung : trouble, stomach, bowel or kidney com plaint, rheumatism, neuralgia, USE SANDER'S EXTRACT: flvo drops In a tablespoon of water. Remember, you can not expect the good effects from any Bort of eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES because it contains etherdeal and antlaeptlo substancea not contained fn other eucalyptus products. Theuft latter have caused grievous harm and a death has resulted from their use. Do not apply an ointment to a sore? It keeps back tho secretions. To wounds bruises, sprainB, burns, ' ulcer3, eczema »nd other skin troubles. APPLY BANH DER'S EXTRACT: 15 drops in a tablet spoon of olive oil. The effect will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, be cause it is freed from the irritating eomtituents contained In otkor eucalyp tus preparation!. It heals when other* Irritate. Insist upon the GENUINE! SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you will derive th* benefit!

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PREVENTION OF CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

PREVENTION OF CONSUMPTION. Th,e president of jtlie Metaphysical Society prefaced a Iteeture on Wed nesday nlglit, in Sydney, 011 mental healing, with a few simple laws of hygene. Incidentally, 'he gavei a hint as to how consumption could be pre vented. Just ipraqti'ce pj (rtp .breath ing for ton minutes each morning was his wrinkle', and this would be an 'assuli-ance against ever dying of consumption. If everybody would in dulge in this little exercise w'henthey arose (each day tSiere would hoi 110 need Sot- all the -concern at present agitlatin.g the public as to how U10 siyBO'iKj of the ; niii te plague could be combated, and it would be unneces sary for the press to publish long and nnlmerous articles on this dr?al disease. 1

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Church Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

Church Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, OHUKCU OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF O'CONNELL. O'Couiioll—ll u.m., Rector, biu.baiinug— 3 p.m., Rector. Yethohne-7.30 p.m., hector. Mountain Home 10.30, Header. Turana— 2 45 p.m., l eader. Uberon — 7.30 p.m., Kc-aiior.

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OVER STUDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

OVER STUDY. Mr. G. iH. Reiil delivered an in structive address on 'The Battle of Life,' an Sydney on Wednesday night last, He! pointed out tlhe evil of overloading tho young brain by study. 'How many oC these brilliant young reliiowa wlw win University distinc tions are ever heard of afterwards,' klemamled Mr. Rcitlj. Proceeding to pus we v liis own question, h:e said that many of them by intense study broke down thla physical Ibases »r tiieir minds before they were, properly maliulre'di Of thd .two evils in child hood, underwork of the brain, he hekl, was infinitely 1 safer than over work. [But lite was not afraid tliat tllie young Australian was in danger ol! overworking himself. (Laughter).

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Musical Honors. TRINITY COLLEGE RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

Musical Honors, Y -TRINITY COLLEGE RESULTS. The following arc the results of the examination in theory of music In con-, liectiou with Trinity College, London, held aF St. Mary's College,. Bathurst, ?««' jni» ia inn»! — Intermediate Honors: .Pearl Murphy, D5 marks Lola' Kable, 94; Mary'jSke hnu, 93; Nellie -Bernasooni,- 86. } N Junlpr, ,H^iors;.Katio. Slcelian, ^S5. , Junior Pass: Mary- Ruo, 7.7; Clal'ro Lloyd,- 77;vklmu Moore, 70; Phyllis Ryan, 70 ;.. Kathleen Byrne, C8 Preparatory : violet Woodlock, ? 100,1 Del Stain; 100T Eva Links,. 99; Vera O'Mara, .98; I Connie Hayes, ^97 ; Doris D'Arcy,' 9G; ;; Doris Condon, 95; Millie Dii'ggun, 91; Vera Balnes,; 90; Doris Simmons, 88;. Eileen Moore, 77.

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GRENFELL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

(KEENFELL SHOW. The annual show or tue * . A. and H. Association was opened on Tuesday a.wl is stated, to be the one of the best yet held by the society. The district is participating m an .imiaii nil v I*nn,f season, so much uo that grass in ntany parts of the^ dis- trict is abnormal! in grow A. Frwa Koorawatha to Gronfell, a U ^ 'v of 32 miles, there is a stretch wheat fields along the railway line almost without a break. ® tendance ot tne snow Interfered with owing to the ia. .There was a large number of yisitoi from Sydney, and other parts of_ ie South and West. The horses were, taken all round, a fine lpt. A entry faced the judges in draughts. There was also a good entry in sheep, and competition was keen aanong the merinos. The winners were of good +„„„ nnnmi p.onstitution. a nu merous and attractive ring programme was carried out during the afternoon, j At the smoke concert at night ',£150 was promised for special prizes next year. The show was concluded on Wednesday, when th...

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MAY BE THE MAGNETIC. WHAT SHACICLETON CALCULATES. London, Later. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

MAY 'BE THE MAGNETIC. . WHAT SHACKLETON CALCULATES. London, Later. After the departure of the Lanse gede from Lerwick, it was . .stated that Dr. Cook had -merely; reached tho Magnetic Pble. , if this is so. the exnloit is- nothing very remarkable, aB Ross reached this point in 1S3C. ? . v Lieutenant Shackleton calculates that if Dr. Cook really reached the ttorth Pole, he covered -183 miles in 35 days; ?' _

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

The iroveTiuo returns In connection with the railways and tramways for the week endjng August 28 show that tlilo presence of the American Fleet last year still affedts tlhe fig ures and to the detriment of this j'rtirs' receipts. On the railways tiie amount! receivfed wills ;£S6,85S; last yean- it was £94,170, a decrease' of £7312. In regard to the tira.mwu.ys tiha sum of £20,365 was obtained, as againfit :£2G,50S, a decrease of .£6143.

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THE NORTH POLE. Discovered by Dr. Cook. London Startled. King Edward Interested. London Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

IK KII9 IE. Discovered liy Dr. Cook. London Startled. King Edward Interested. London,- Thursday. ? The North Pole has been discovered by\Dr. K A. Cook: ' ' About two years' ago, Di\ Cook;, set out across Greenland with one 'com- panion, with the avowed object of. -Dis- covering the North Pole. '? i He lias not been reported during all that time, and no traces of him or. his companion have been disclosed. It was generally thought that he either died of starvation or eise had fallen in with unfriendly Eskimos. Although the expedition has been forgotten, practically, a number of causes are now remembered to have been assigned, at the time, for the disappearance of the intrepid explor ers. j Dr. Cbok has now turned up, aud claims ' that he has dfscovered the. pole Londou, Later. Dr. F. A. Cook, a 'native of Brook lyn, New York Co., America,' an Arctic explorer, has telegraphed to his wil'e from Lerwick, in the Shetland Islands, oft' the North coast of Scot land: 'Successful and well. Ad...

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MATCH AGAINST ESSEX. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

MATCH AGAINST. ESSEX. i London, Thursday. ' The next match to be .played is Australia v. Es^ex, at Leyton. The Essex team is as follows: — McGahey, Fane, Douglas, Gillingham, Turner, Gibson, Mead, Carpenter, Reeves, Buckenham, and Young. 1 h; wea her was fine arid sunny, the wickct soft, and the attendance moder ate. Noble, Armstrong, Laver, Carkeek and Hartigan were omitted from the Australian team. Essex won the loss and decided to bat. Scores : — Essex— First Innings. Fane, c Cotter, b O'Connor ... .,19 Turner, c Carter, b O'Connor .. .. 0 Douglas, li.o.w., b O'Connor- .. ? .. 33 UeUahey, not out ... ' .. 21 Gillingham, not out . . i ? '9 Sundries .... ... .. 11 Throe wickets for .. : 93

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

AUBURN, VIC. William Lewis/ 39 Vlctonia-road , Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., writes:— 'Wo have found Dr. Sheldons' New, Dlscpv-' cry worlra wonders with our ?children. During the cold, winter months we would not consider It r.nfe io' bo with out- it.' Dr. SheJdon's New Discovery for Coughs nnd CoUUb is an unequalled preparation for Wie cure of nil Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. Price, Is Gd and 3s per bottle. .. For Bale everywhere. .. . j

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Federal Parliament. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

Fiscleral Parliament. j Melbourne, Thursday. Iu the Senate, the Budget Debate was continued by Senators Neild and Best, who, having replied, the discus sion was closed. Private members' business occupied the remainder of tho sitting. In the House of Representatives, Mr. 'Joseph Cook, in reply to Mr. Bowden, said that plans for the Small Arms Factory are expected from America shortly. Mr. Deakin, in reply, to Mr. Tudor, said it was not intended to reimburse ,the Agricultural Implement Makers' Employees Union for the law *cost3 'incurred before the 'Arbitration Court. : Sir John Quick, in reply to Mr. Mau gher, said that no tenders ror aus ttraliau-jnade telephones had been re ceived. Mr. Johnson moved that the British Pacific Islands be granted remission of duties. The debate was adjourned. The debate on Sir William Lyne s I motion in favor of a board to deal with' tariff anomalies, was further .adjourned. The Estimates were under discus sion illl the evening.

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THE ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

? The road race. Messrs. Glass, Rigby and Rowe re port that the keenest interest is evinc ed in the forthcoming road-race, start ing from Bathurst on Saturday morn inc. Repeatedly offers were made to supply refreshment and food for the; men, free of charge. The race almost fell through, as the people who icon trolled last year's event, 'declined to touch the proposition this year. How ever, Messrs. Burnett, Glass and; Co., Ltd., stepped into the breach and the reat event assured. Messrs. Barnett Glass and Co., are agents'- for 'The Flytc' and 'Daddy' roadster cycle tyresv and the Flyte Red Road-racing, covers. Thoy are. also agents for tho Micholin Motor Tyres. Mr. . Glass, jtinr., who is now in town says they, passed dozens of .riders coming this way. In another column we publish full details as to the handicaps and times' of starting.

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THE LATE MRS. MARRIOTT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

the late mrs. marriott. The Rector of Holy Trinity church, Orange, referred on Sunday evening, says the Orange 'Advocate' to the terrible blow the Deau of Bathurst had Buffered by the loss of his faithful wife, for more than forty years his true companion and bound to one another by closer and closer ties, as they de scended almost hand in hand into the Vale of Years. Now left alone, the venerable Dean would find his burden hard to hear, though God's purifying grace and spiritual strength would bo vouchsafed to him in answer to many prayers. His late wife had left behind her the memory of a strong and useful life, entering, as she did so. well, with experience o'£ many years, into the joys and sorrows of others. Our church people here co'ulff all join in expres sions of sincere sympathy with- those so suddenly bereaved.

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STOCK INSPECTOR'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

STOCK INSPECTOR'S REPORT. Mr. R. G. Dulhunty, Dubbo, District Stock Inspector, reports as follows con cerning his last trip: '?! have just re turned from a trip round the eastern end of my district, visiting Cobbora, Dunedoo, Stringy Bark, : Bodangora, Wellington and Gourie,. and I, am pleas ed to say that rabbits are: not much in evidence in any of those parts, though ? they are , more numeroup than in the plain country. Neither the crops or grass are so forward about Cobbora and Sandy Creek as tliey are about Wellington, Dubbo, or Narromine, and in some places ' about Lahey's Creok they are both very backward. Stock are all in splendid condition, and the lambing very good (though the per centage is not so high as in some years) and the lambs are' very strong and healthy. I feel sure that if we1 get a little rain next month, the wheat , crops ali over the district will be a record. Foxes are; becoming very nu merous, and owners tell me they are killing a good many lambs. About Stri...

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WESTERN GOLF ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

.WESTERN GOLF ASSOCIATION. Mr. F. W. Belbridge, secretary of the Orange Golf Club, has received an inti mation from the Lithgow Golf Club proposing the establishment of a Wes tern Golf Association, to embrace clubs from Leura to Dubbo on the Western line and other towns on the branch lines. The golfers of 'this city are particularly keen on the project and v is hoped the Association will soon be an accomplished fact.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

IMS iCIEl CUMIJST Great Eruptions Broke Out When but a Baby and Lasted 19 Years— Pronounccd Incurable at Hospitals . j —Pain and Disfiguration Terrible. CUTltURA'S SUCCESS QUICK AND PERFECT ?' Cuticura hiu= completely cured me of Eatery ec/.oma alter nineteen years of Mitring nnd fruit /tflWM raMiJSi ''-Ma trials of other remedies. X am now twenty-ono veara of ago and the eevwmu began v j ' when I was about \ / four months old. \.~J It started on my i/' — \ fnop with a large eruption liko a '5*vt. blif ter, which would fill with I wutc-ry matter and 'lr-y\\ -» tlir: 11 burst. My parents tried everything they could think of but the disease spread until my face, arms nnd hnrnls wore completely covered. The irritation and pain were so great that they had to tie my hands .. up in ? wadding prevent mo from scratching tho sores. My parents placed me in a privato Iiospitnl. When they decided to tal.fi m-: away my eczema was not only worse but my health very much lowered. 'After this, throf...

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