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The Rifle. CUTLER WINS THE KING'S PRIZE. Brisbane, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

. The' Rifle. ' CUTLER WINS THE KING'S , PRIZE. ' Brisbane, Wednesday. Millican. (Charters.' Towers) ..won the second stage of the King's, and Cutler (Bathurst), the third. . The other New South Wales prize winners were : Paine, ^5 ; Arthur and McAndrew, each. . Cutler (of Bathurst) '.wins the King's Prize with a score of 293 — ^25. ?. Finlay was second- with- a ?. core of .281.' ???:.? Hill, Motton, 'Linn, Condon, Condon, Arthur, and Payne, won £2 each. In the President's White wen ^5, and Cutler, Gall, McAllister, Hill, Barnes, Eirjj; andvHicks, ? £1 eccft Cutler .-.won 'ttie' Championship Badge and a gold medal. ' ' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

If You Have1 A cold, cough, nose, throat or lung troub'.o, stomach, bov;el or kidney com plaint. rheumatism, neuralgia, USB SANDSR'S EXTRACT: five drops In a tablotpoon o£ water. Uemcmbcr, you can not oxpoct the good effects from any Bort ot ? ucalyptuB. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES 'ficauso it contains cthsrdeal and antli ptlo substances not contained i in otlier eucalyptus products. Thone ? ? ..loirniK hnrrn ant lanur iiuvo uiiiiouvi ? B doath has resulted from their use. Do not apply an ointment to a soret It keeps back tho secretions. To wounds bruises, sprains, burns, ulcers, eczema and otlier skin troubles. APPLY BAKH DER'S EXTRACT: 15 drops in a table spoon ol olive oil. The effect will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, be cause it is frocd from the Irritating constituents contained In other euewjp tus preparations. It heals when other* Irritate. Insist upon tho GHNUINH SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you wl' derlvs the koneltl SPFIiD WELLKOAD RACK— Bathurst to Orango and back — W...

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BOXING. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

BOXING. ' . Sydney, Wednesday. I Douglas beat Thorn on points in the 1 featheweight championship at the Stadium to-night, after a hard fought battle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

Danger Signas. When 'a foghorn warns the mariner to steer off the coast if he. still hug tho shore and wreck upon it,, whose fault is it? If the red switch light is up, and the engine driver pull deliberately into another train, blame the driver. If a careless workman will, in spile of warning, try ti find out how many teeth a buzz saw liHs, and the saw tries to find, out how many fingers vthe man has, blame the workman,- not. the saw. Tf linnnlo whn: htiirn. Hrlnm. nnmnlnmf. and backache will -not\ take Doan's Backache Pills when they are endorsed by scores of people, blame the people not the mcdiicine. Mrs. Edward Horner, Church Lane, jDiiuiursL, says:-,— j. nave Deen suffering .from my kidneys ever since girlhood, and it had been growing worse, until, the last few years X have been in terrible torture. I j could not. sleep l'c - the pain in the small of my back, dt '-as rapidly crippling me, and J was v ,-y ..alarmed' for fear paralysis I would sec in, the same as it had done wit...

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MILLIARDS. CITY BILLIARD ROOM TOURNAMENT FINAL WON BY R. HEMSWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

. MILLIARDS. Cl'lY BILLIARD ROOM TOUllNAMISNT ? FINAL WON BY; R. HEMSWORTH. . . A great crowd assembled at: Mr. J. McS.orley!s room last night to witness the /jnal of the tournament which has beeiv ( in i progress; during the winter months. Great interest was- evinced in 1 the contest, and both, contestants had 1 numerous1 admirers. The popular pro prietor. had made capital arrangements for the- cOmfort of! his patrons. Mr. P. R. Stapleton was. chosen as referee. The game proved a capita! one in every respect, ;but the veteran, R. Hemsworlh, proved too much for his youthful, but plucky,, opponent, -' Snowstorm,' in the fine points of the game. ' Snowstorm' held his points well into the third hun dred, and, notwithstanding the fact that Heinsworth made up the 50 points al lotted his opponent and obtained- the lead by a neatly compiled 29 break, ' Snowstorm' came away with a nice run of 21 which placed him three-in the lead, the game being called 233—229. At this stage, ''Snowstorm' o...

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The New Woman. MAN SHOULD HAVE PEACE AND QUIET. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

The New Woman, . . MAN SHOULD HAVE PEACE AND ?' QUIET. : '.y:;:.:v. London, Wednesday. Speaking at a mepiing, Mi-. AVaUer Long M.P., protested against the tac-| tics of the suffragettes and their re- 1 sorting ' -to ' the :into/lerabi'l!e ' argumtenc by fear and personal violence, and stat ed that the Prime Minister/ was. entitled to go about his business in peace and quiet like any other citizen of the Em pire. .'.i The remarks of - Mr. Long were re ceived wi th cheers.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

- ' CRICKET. ' The secretary of the Petersham Dis trict Cricket Club has .written, to Mr. 'W. C. Richardson, one of the trustees of the-loc'al. Sports; Ground, informing v him- that the Executive of the New South Wales Cricket Association has decided I lo.send-four teams to the country dis trictS;to.p!ay -on November 12th and1 15th. -^Bathurst, ? he said,' was to be visited 'on* the 13th by members ffom ihe Petersham, Burwood, and Central Cumberland clubs. The Association was ' paying all expenses, \ which, he thought would amount to about ^25. The gate takings would cover that, how ever. lie knew how slow the Bathurst Association was in dealing ? with matters of this kind and asked Mr. Richardson; to see what lie could do. The writer said he would confer wtth our Associ ation with regard to the bett'erment of country cricket. He hoped that after the match was played the'visitors would be.ertertained in such a way as to allow them to go away with a good impression of our town and it...

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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. BARBERS DEFEATED BY 8 TO 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

SPORTING. I FOOTBALL. ? BARBERS DEFEATED BY 8 TO 6., . ' A ' rolling ' game of fooibjll was ployed-on'' the Sports Ground yisteioay afternoon bfitwten the Barbers and a Newbridge team. Great ' .en'.husiasm prevailed among the dozen -spectaipid Newbridce kicked ?01T and u'ayed ? with great vim. It was not long after kick ing off before hair was seen to (1) about ? The ,Barbers secured a try about live minutes, after commencin' through A. O'Connor. G. Seaman failed to. con vert.;'' The Newbiidniies became e\citcd and worked harrier. But their effoits were in' vain; G-: Staman caught the ball when it was near the Ikrhers' i.oal and ran the'whole lengili of ihe field, ana placed it. calmly, aown uehina tne Newbridgkes line. Now the 'men from Newbridge ? were raging: Up they jiim^jed. and fiew to work .and be fore long scored their first try through the good play of- \V. WiNon. H. Mend ham kicked a goal, making the score ri^ to five. ' The Barbers were now, on kdge, and played as skilful...

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FAT STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

..FAT STOCK. ' Harrison, Jones, iS: Devlin, Ltd.j report having sold for week ending -jotli Septembei; - 32,041 sheep and lambs penned, principally made up of prime quality merino wethers ' in';the wool,' occa sional drafts 01 piain, aiso a numocr of choice weighty descriptions. Merino e\Ves were well jn evidence, mostly 6f very good quality, ' also some extra prime and odd lots of plain old des criptions. All sections of tlie. Trade represented, ; including the Sydney Meat Pres. Co , also -Exporters, who again operated with freedom. Sales opened very firm, and competition . was very brisk, all lines suitable for export- being in strong request, owing to the better tone of the ' Home ' market. V As business progressed val ues. ruled firmer. Market . was particu larly brisk one throughout/prices be ing the best recorded for, some time past. ♦ .- .A large supply of lambs forward for a Monday, chieiiy comprising prime quality, mostly on the large side, with a fair sprinkling of sticker...

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AUBURN, VIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

- . AUBURN, VIC. * , - William Lewis, 39 Victoria-road, A.uburn, Melbourne, Vic.,- writes:— 'We have found Dr. Sheldons' New Discov ery works wonders with our children. During the cold, winter \montha w 1 would not consider it safe bo vviHj out it.' ' Dr Sheldon's Now Discovery tor Coughs and Cold* is an unequalled preparation for the cufo of all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. Price, Is Gd and 3s per bottle, l or saie everywhere.. „ ^

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A WASHAWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

- A WASHAWAY.' A serious washaway lias . occurred on the Bridle Track between Bathurat. and Hill End, at a spot known as Moniigan's Blulf. . The track passes along the side'of a perpendicular -.rock and is- built up by stone worlc thirty feet in height and several chains in length. Owing to ? the 'heavy 'rains, the brickwork lias collapsed, carry ing away portion of the road. ; . The road;, at this point, is about 300 feet above the. Macquarie River, and thus a great deal of money and labor will have to be spent in repairing it. This is the second slip on this road. ? About.i isix months' ago, trafllc was delayed] for a' long timd owing to tlie roadi sliding, or, rather ?railing' away. _ Tra vellers, will be able to reach Hill End by' tho main road, but it will be a lo'ng time berore trafllc lis resumed on the Bridle Track. ' ; .

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Asiatic Developments. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

Asiatic Developments. Probably the, most nptevvorthy fea ture of the twentieth , century in tlie ' opinion of its historians will be the 1 eriiergeiicc,c)f the Asiatic nations un der the stimulus. ;of contact with ' Europeans from tlie ' thought ' in I ?which, according to Mat hew Arnold, | the East lias been 'plunged ' into the 1 activities of modern i civilization. Japan led the way, first by Adopting , in wholesale fashion last 'century i western policies and customs and then, in this country, by meeting a I great European Power in arms and J being victor in the struggle both 4on the sea and on the land. The next noteworthy event in this process after the Russo-Japanese war was the re volution in -Turkey and the establish ment of.constitutional government in the Ottoman Empire. Though this, looked at with European eyes, ap pears in consequence of the threat to international peace from the racial complications of the Balkan penin c .sulaj as a European affair, it is also k great A...

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PALMER'S OAKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

; . PALMER'S OAKEY. ? ? 1 Mr. John Miller, M.L.A., has ' receiv ed the following letter, from the De partment, of Lands, Orange: 'With re ference to your letter of the 6tli inst., addressed to the Hon. the Minister for Lands, enclosing letter from Mr. E wen Ferguson, of Palmer's Oakey, concern 'ng Palmer's Oakey Temporary Com mon, available for selection' on 'Sep tember 23rd, 1909, part for Original l-Iold'ings; asd part for) Additional Holdings, 1 have the honor to iut'onn you that this land is availlable for An ual Lease application. It is not an icipat^d that the whole of it will be taken at once. Some of it is rough; Tli-orn vrniiDil lin nn n nnil-VPIl t. , nlvifiR ions to annual leases being made, -to be dealt with on their merits.* ; It is pointed out that title' to any part, of the land selected commences . from date of application',;, not from' date of survey, while- title; to any partvapplied for as annual lease does not commence until it Is gazetted as approved.

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Macquarie Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

Macquarie Electorate. I At last a xloflnitG effort i!s- to be madci in Bathurst to arouse -interest in the cause of, liberalism,, and to establish a League in thiij, centre to work in conjunct. 011 AVith ; those' .of . other cen tres in the Macquarie Electorate In Orange and Blayney v^pod work has already been accomplished, and Lea gues 'With a membership numbering hundreds are already ' in' existence. These bodies : are ; making- their influ ence Celt in a most pronounced man ner. and .the .Avork; of ' organisation ¥s going ahead in a^highly/; satisfactory waj , , ,. 111 tne various centres outsi de the towns the farmers,, miners, and other residents arc all . combining, de termined : that*, as far as 'they are con cerned the Macquarie electorate will — after : the next' general . election — be not represented by a ; Laborite.' The assistance' thus extended has. tended to infuse'additioual lite: and energy in to*. the .work, of. tho .larger and. more important centres.' T)he member...

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BETWEEN TWO WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

. BETAVEEN TWO/ WOMEN. On Monday, next, 27th September, William Anderson's Dramatic Company will produde, 'for- the first time here, the latest London Adelplii success,1 11 titled, 'Bstween -Two Women,' which us full' of sensational- situations, and is interspersed throughout with good co medy. The company comes direct from the King's Theatre, Melbourne, with scenery, wardrobe, and' mechanical ef fects. On Tuesdaly will be presented another new melodrama, in four acts, entitled, 'The, Heart- of London.' This drama is said to- be full of exciting situations. Both dramas will.be staged in Mr. Anderson's usual style. The following artists will appear: — Misses May. Granville, Florence Richter, Ina Alston, Boiiny Lane, Enid Beatrice' Messrs. Berl! Linden, 'Crosbie, Ward, Harry Douglas,; Frank Reis, Geo. Ed win, Onslow. Edgeworth, and others. The box plan is now open at Slade's. ;

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Local and General PIXIE LADIES' COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

Local and General, PIXIE LADIES' COLLEGE. The annual distribution of prizes in connection with the above will be held at the Mason c Hall to-night at 7 30 o'clock.

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NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

( . NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. Mrs. A. E. Gibson, 75 Holterman-St North Sydiijey, N.S.W:, writes:— 'My father and. I have taken . Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Before taking them we were afraid to eat, but now wo can eat waK, without any ill effects after wards. We cannot praise them too highly, anil we recommend them to anyone suffering with indigestion.' - Dr. Sheldono's Digestive Tabules are an unequalled preparation for the cure Indigestion, and all Stomach Troubles. Trice, 2s' lid per tin. For sale every where.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

Mr. W. C. Wockner, Toowoomba. Queensland/' Svs-Stes: 'Chamberlainva Cough Remedy is an excellent Remedy. I have been,' suffering -from a cold for the last two months and it has effected a cure. It, is a pleasure for me to recommend: it to anyone with a bad co!&.' This is the opinion of one of the oldest and -most respect.id residents in Toowoomba, - and has been voluntarily given in good faith that others might try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and be benefited as he was. For sale by, L. Edgley and Co. , SSBM7. J. B. kciiiiillioriie, L.D.S., ' . .151 King-street, — ^ -SYDNEY. menu s « M.iU:i?visf. a , vfal 5t)ja Viie[ '? 1 a IWrickvilta. 1 Saiifiisliii A - NEVER - FAILING REMEDY fo ii Burns, Si -ihis, Cuts, Bruises, Wound Chilblains, and External Inflammation Never-r aiiing Relief for Piles Price, Is To be obtained from F- HEARNE, Chemist, Willi un-atifitt

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

I ABRAHAM'S PILLS ] / (PURELY VEGETABLE.) /~ ? Removes J URIC ACID, 1 the cause of ] LIVER & KIDNEY ) TROUBLE, I BRICHT'S DISEASE 5 GOUT, I RHEUMATISM, c &c. [?] The Great Blood ) Purifitr and - LIVER TONIC. I CURES - INDIGESTION I I BILLIOUSNESS, ( cidd;ness, ) DYSPEPSIA. - j I'm Safe Remedy for Ladies. Sold Everywhere. / / SOLE PROPRIETOR; / I I ^ ARPAHAM 12 Vi*torla, Markets, - 5 do -3» /lOlVriIlH.Ili5 Gsorg© StJf 'SYDNEY. ? | H CEILING ftW© | 1 SOMETHING M©RE. I Most Ceilings, and walls also for that 9 [S matter, are a source of anxiety to the § ~ householder, if not an actual menace — | .|s they crack; discolour, and harbour all I 0 kinds of undesirables. Not so those of | ffi the Wunderlich Embossed Metal System. 1 C They are PERMANENT, ARTISTIC, SftNl- § B TARY, and FIRE-RESISTING. They pro- | | | tect and beautify, and are the ideal jj L* I medium for interior decoration. ASK § b YOUR STOREKEEPER FOR PARTICULARS. | | I I WUNDERLKC'H, LIMITEP. 1 1 Postal Addre...

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GRAIN REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

? ? t~ : -a i-;»? J * GRAIN REPORT. Messrs. Winchcombe, -Carson, and Co..'s' grain report : — .. .. . .. ? Wheat-.^— There .is no change -in the market for this grain; and-millers are still operating quietly at -ifs lod per bushel' for prime old wheat. In new seasons wheat there is no alteration in the position, and farmers will not sell except at a price ' which is above buyers' level.* We quote old wheat to 4s io,d,' and new nominally 3s gd per bushel.' ' ? . Oats. — This market shows no re covery; and- : business is- only possible by holders giving .concessions in prices to buyers. Algerians selling to 2s 3d, and white to :2S 7d. Maize;-— Although there is a slightly better feeling in the market for this grainj ?- prices are not any higher. Prime yeilow selling at 3s gd ; prime white at the same figure. '.. Chaff'.— Except for really choice, chafE,:the market is dull, prices ruling in buyers'' favour, '.prime oaten being obtainable at 60s to 65s, and wheaten at - 8o-; to Sjs'per ...

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