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ATHLETICS. 5 MILE CHAMPIONSHIP. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

ATHLETICS. 5 5 MILE CHAMPIONSHIP. ' ^ . Sydney. Sunday. . The annual race for the live-milos cross-country - championship of New South Wales! was won'by A. Wood .with Weyman second, ~ and A. Abortlne third. There were -12G ' runners. Wood, the winner, who had run a well-judged wuiif In f)ir- ft'Onf; 4ftf) vnrrls fmrri homo, and won with, Bomt ease by 30 yards. It was a fine . finish between the next bunch. Time) 31 min 34sec. The Club Placings, A Gnade: — Botany 'Harriers, 52 points, 1. Redfbrn Harriers, 8G points, 2. South Sydney Harriers, 38 points, 3. East Sydney Harriers, iOi1 points, 4.; B Grade:— ; i Cumberland Harrlofs, 219 points, 1. South Sydney Harriers (B), 295 points, 2. : Parramatta Hariers, 313 points, 3.

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

MILLIARDS. At McSorley's Rooms ::to-nighti R.P., on io, meets R. Hemsworth, ou So. This should be a game well worth watching.

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CLUB SWINGING. BURROWS BEATS LAWSON Brisbane, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909

CLUB SWINGING. BURROWS BEATS LAWSONl I '? Brisbane, Sunday. ? Burrows defeated Lawson ?. . in tlie j Club Swinging Contest, breaking his own world's record: of GG% . hours by j five' minutes. ! 1 -Burrows -finished ? 'strong,. 'but i -Law, -:i son collapsed ' ten minutes earlier. ?- 1

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER V.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

Ralph Derrick's Message' CHAPTER V.— (C'.utiauttZL) 'Oh, of coin se!1' yr i Trenholme did' not feel by any means so sure od tne point as he professed to be, but he spoke confidently-. ..enough- When Olive was anxious or; 'troubled about anything there used'to come on her forehead, and just between her I pretty brows, iwo little upright' lines, which Trenholme never saw ..without ai desire to kiss them away arising in his mind. He was always afraid that some Jay the impulse would become too strong io be re-istt'd, that tie would yive way to it, and earn Olive's (undying wrath ;i »d iiurignaiUon,' They ,-lisii[Pi^3arec'j now as lie spo!-:je, and the ' smiled sweetly at him. ?You never knew much, of Ralph'. 1 think, - Mr.! Tionholme?' 'I have teen him, I uippcse, Lilt X iUm't remember h'lii. He is sonte years n'y senior, you loiow-.' 'Yes, .lie is three-und-thiitv, I 1)2 ?lie ve, just tlliirteeh years older thaa 1 r.m. That is a, great dillerencie,' Oiive mut ed. 'I : wish I i einembij...

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AUBURN. VIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

AUBURN. VIC. William Lewis, 39 'Victoria-road, Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., writes: — 'We have found Dr. Sheidons' New Discov ery works wonders with our chlUren. During the cold, winter monthsJ wr would not consider it r.nfe ? bo with out it.' Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and ColcDs is an unequalled preparation for die cure of all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. Price, Is 6d and 3s per bottle. Kor ya.ie everywhere.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

SPIRIT AS {. good l,/\U f| FOR (K ' 'IJr WOMEN \ \ ' /Ov-AS FOR

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NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. Mrs. A. E. Gibson, 75 Holterman-St North Sydney, N.S.W., writes: — 'My father and I have taken Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Before talcing them we were afraid to eat, but now we cau eat weG, without any ill effects after wards. We cannot praise them too liighly, anil we recommead them to anyone suffering with indigestion.' Dr. Sheldono's Digestive Tabules are an unequalled preparation for the cure Indigestion, and all Stomach Troubles. Price, 2s 8d per tin. For sale every where. i'sb?','!1'

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Correspondence. LOCAL PRODUCTS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

Correspondence. LOCAL PRODUCTS. (To the Editor.) . - , ?, -.Sir— 1 was in a shop the other day wlieu a iady asked -for a bottle of pickles. She was offered local manu facture, but she fairly' spiffed at the I idea1, , and said,. ''Haven't, y.oiv any iSyd- l ney pickles?' '.The. s'torakeepo.v ' -.had, ' a^d supplied his customer; to. her , entire ' s'atisfction. Now, I looked -at' tlio' name on the 'bottle,!' ' . and;. Co1.', ''''and' I kiio w that those pickles ' weie';\naile!, Iii Redfei'n.,by 'Afghans and Syrian's .''inj-'.a street reputed 'for 'its dirt-, and-.. filth. [What do you think of this?;' :-,5/.-|,..T I am; etli., '? ; . . 'BATHURST NATIVE.. ('Bathifrst Native' knows just \yhat we. know., that- most of the pickles and; sauces that'eome here under, itlio coun tenance of .big wholesale firms are made! by the Afghans and' Syrians, and Chinese at Redfcrn in tiie most filthy surroundings. And yet wo have pickles and sauces made In our own town, from, the best of materials, b...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

FUNERAL. ROSE. — Tho friuids of Mrs. Henry A. Rose aud Family, and Mr. and Mrs. i'orcy Watson* Winibledou, aro respectfully invited to attend tho Funeral of their late dearly beloved Husband and Father, to move from his late residence, 250 Piper-street, at 5 o'olock THIS (TUESDAY) AFTERNOON, for tho Church of England Cemetery, Ba thurst. W. BdYD, Undertaker, Telephone 11G. 182 Piper-street.

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Protection. STRANGE—VERY STRANGE. WILL SOMEONE PLEASE EXPLAIN? [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

i; Protection. ' STRANGE— VERY STRANGE; WILL [SOMEONE, PLEASE EXPLAIN? Protection (in theory) increases wages i,and lowers, the cost, of lopal manufactures, vtj-i jdo^not^kipjy. oj an» case 'in5 which th© lias ' been i really ac complished by a.pys protectionist tariff in the -.world. This may be an exhibi tion ;of- very .dreadful ignorance on' our part, but there it- is. - 'The 'Westmins'ter Gazette'.' has just jmbiished some figures bearing on this matter, and surely s-me of our pro tection ; advocates should be able (figu ratively, or shall we say only theoreti cally — yes, ?'theoretically will be easier) to knock the stuffing out of thebo figures. -, The ! 'Westminster 'Gazette' states as follows:-: — FREETRADE. . ENGLISH BRICKLAYERS. Weekly wages ....... .37s, Cd to. 40s Cd Hours of work per 'week ? 53 VS Average cost .of living: ?15 per ,cqnt. LESS' tlia.11 France. ? PROTECTION. 'FRENCH BRiCKL'AYER. Weekly wages . .. .. .21s JTd to 2Ss lOd Hours 'ot'work per; week .'. ? ... 64...

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SYDNEY SHARE MARKET. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

SYDNEY SHA'RE MARKET. ' Sjydney, Montfay. . Mount David, 1/9. iii Gold Hill,', con., 7/3. Broken Hill South, con., '£5 12s M. Queen Bee, C/G. ? Broken Iiill Junction North', 30/G.

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Musical and Literary Society. THOSE DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

Musical and Literary Soejety. , , THOSE DONATIONS. 1 Tl^e weekly meeting of the Musical and Literary. 500101}-; was held at : lit u\ is Bros' rooms last night, the:\: being present Messrs. A. Jones (la, the chair), G-. Wbalan-, G. Tan-ant. H. H. Sheph,erd, il. -J. ^ieavls, JUtUe wood, Saunders, U. J'. Tlnltier, uurtis, and! G, I-I. Evans. The president. Mi-. W. J. Anderson wrote thanking tne members of the Society for their ltind references to him re his acci dent a weelc ago. — Keceivea. A golf' medal from Mr. T. Luck hurst was received. It was. decided,! to write to Mr. Luclcliurst and thank him for his generosity. Three gold medals were received from tEe Wolfe's Sclinapp* Company, to bo alloted for' prizes' in tlhe com petitions. They were of first class ttvoi-ilcmonfjfiTiv (b-ut one tiling objec tionable about them was the ? jiaiWe of the compntny being stamped in' con spicuous letters on the faces. Much' ?c'liscussion took tylace as to whether t'he medals should be accepted or ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

WANTED, a Competent GENERAL, all duties. Mrs. P. M. NEAL, Manilla street. CSaBUAGF, PLANTS, Is per 100, Is 3d by J post. Tomato Plants, Cd per doz., Sd by post. J. KICFFOllD, 31 Lisle-street,

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The Empire. Defending Our Trade Routes. BERESFORD BESEECHES BRITISHERS. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

Tlie Empire. Defending Our Trade- Routes. B13RESFORD UHSEKCHES .. j: BRITISHERS. Vj*!.'?! !' London, Monday.,;. Lord Chai-les^ vBeresford; late' .Ad-, miral Jln^ Ch.ef 'of the Channel- Squad ron ofjthe' British Fleet, who made the apinmlj in America for all EngHsh sp-qaklng peoples to declare, . i . SHALL 1M5 XO WAlt.' lias_ written u. letter to the Imperial lildus'trtes Club, . In wnich he . uto.ai; edT if ; I w , ?!.» /. ? ? »'- .Ifi-v i ','Tho recent policy Of the British Empire has Ueen one of 'invitation to assault. We have knowii what .other , Powers r are doing;, and - what have ;:.We 'done— wo . have ' lii ?.vit'ed ?* a sudden' attack,;' ion- oun trade'' routes, without taking pro Clier- measures to be In a.' position to j defeat the objects, of our ene mies. ' (Jur Hradu routes were in ,|jiuunger- from the small vessels of * a eertain-iiower Ct anytmoinenU:riv, ,. lis well known that' aii; enemy '/i.'.fbf { Grea.t;Ji3rltpIii; has ? iaiade i-. ar, rangements for arming -her ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

111 tho Intestate Estate of PATRICK KOGAIiTY, late of Bathurst, La borer, deceased. ALL persons having claims against the nbova Estate are requested to forward tlio sumo, verified bi affidavit, to the under signed, on or Ibefore the fourteenth dav of October, 1909. ' T. W. GARRETT, Curator of tho above Estate, i Chiuiccry Square, [ Sydnoy, 17th Soptembor, 1909. THE SUPREME COURT! OF NEW *OUTH WALES. PROBATE JURISDICTION. IN THE WILL' AND CODICILS OF ROBERT EYTON, late or Bath urst, in the State of New South Waes, Clerk iti Holy Orders, dfe ceasect TVT OTIQE is herebly given that all -L i creditors and other persons hav ing any debt- or claim upbn or affect ing tihe estate of Robert Eyton, the abovenamed deceased who died on or about the seventh i*'ay of August, one thousand nine hundred and eight, and Probate of whose Will with tlie three codicils tliereto was granted by Ihe Supreme Court, of New South Walles in Jts Probate Jurisdiction, on the ninth day of August, one thousand, nin...

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ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

ORANGE. The orchadists arid farmers'of Orani/e arevjubilant at the prospects of an - ex cellent season and bountiful harvest. ThVcrops in the district are, in' fact, a month 'ihead of expectations, and compare favorably with those growing iii warmer places. .Around Molong the crops are not so advanced, but at Mill thorpe, Manildra, Spring Hill and .other surrounding places', excellent progress is being made. Rabbits are scarce at present'3 owing to extensive inroads hav ing been made, but it is anticipated that they will again breed quickly when the warmer weather comes along. 'The winter has been, so far as the Orange district is concernedt mild and com paratively warm. It'was much colder at the North Pile.

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The Country. O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

The Country. O'CONNELL ? (From Our Correspondent.) The Weather. — There were 95 pts. of steady, soaking rain here 011 the lGlli, which gave ' the sub'so'l 'a'-fe'dod soaking. ? . Hospital Ball.— There was a fair attendance at the Ball , given ' in ., aid f thO'Batliurst Hospital, and about £5 viaa netted. . Somo of the dresses worn :by tiie ladies are very pretty. Death. — Mrs. Todd, of Wiseman's Creek, wife of Councillor Todd, Ober on Shire Counjcll, d'.ed on the : .nth very suddenly, from diphtheria, lcav ng four little children. Much, sym athy .is felt for Mr. Todd In ii's ber eavement. :

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Local and General THE ELECTORAL ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

Local and Ueueral, '1HK ELECTORAL ROLL. 'ihe ponce are now busily engaged eaii\ass-uig the town caking the c;oui luoiiwg'al.Ur ;Ki'ectural lHoil. ? .« ? '?*

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BARBERS V. BAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

' ' BARBERS .V. BAKERS. - f ;ljie Barbers'. Footballers . are very .auxjous tpjhave another game with the Bakers, but when a Barber approaches a Bilker the Baker says: ? 'Get' thee gone, ;Bold Barber,' and, lie won't listen.- And the Barber says: 'Why 'is this thus! is he afraid? God wots I would hot injure him— I ' would but sweep him out of my way.- I would but seize a piece of inflated leather to push it over a -stick which has been pre arranged between two poles. I would but blow him out of niy way as is the chaff blown by the winnower. Why Is the Baker afraid? Is he but inflated flesh with 110 heart? 1 would that we could show wliiit stuff that men are ,made of. Is It because my foot is en cased with leather that these men fear my onslaught? Then will I willingly doff mine foot encasement aud will arm my feet with the. eight-ounce boxing gloves^ thus to encourage mine oppo nent to a joust — to do battle for our ladle 'loves. If I fall then will I 'yield to my conqueror, and I '...

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CHEAP MERCHANDISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 21 September 1909

CW-t5Al';.WEHCHANDXSJ3r 1 : I Messrs. A; .S.':Lo\v auu Co. .announce in our aldvert'isiiig ,eoiumus..that: .their, sale of general- -merchandise will ' be eundueteu at llieir rooms to-day ('Tues day). .. .. , .

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