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Commercial. SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909
Commercial. | ? : ? - SYDNEY WOOL SALES. Winclicombc, Carson, arid Co., Limited, report, for week ending 21st September : — Interest in the wooL trade is now centred in the opening of the weekly series, which is fixed to take place on the 27th. instant. Good catalogues are assured, arid the mar ket; is as keen as ever.) Quite a num ber of the delegates to the Commerce Congress have shown considerable in terest in the conduct of the wool trade as carried on in Sydney, Among the visitorsj to our Pyrmont wool stores ?were Mr., Thomas Whitely. the well known Bradford wool man ; Mr. Jas. Seliar. of Aberdeen, Scotland ; Mr. Stephen Unwin, representing the ' Yorkshire Daily Observer ' . and the wool trade generally. Mr. G. P. Mar tin, of Bristol, was another visitor, who, being connected with the jute trade, is specially interested in- the manufacture of improved woolpacks. ? He was shown samples of the sug gested new packs which have been 011 exhibition at our stores for some time. On his...
VICTORIA HOTEL, ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909
VICTORIA HOTEL, ORANGE. ' The.Orange 'Leader' says: Mr. Har :y,A.danis has entered into, possession oD the ? Victorian Hotel, East Orange, which business was purchaed from Mr. Dower. Known as .. the keeper of welUconducted liouse during the. per iod as mine host at the National. Mr. Adams is sure to command large pa tronage, especially- as by the opera tion of the Local Option Act the Vic toria is the, only hotel lett^ in East Orange. The bar supplies and acco modation leave nothing to be desired, while travellers will find the stabling first-class. — Any Bathurst people go ing to Orange who want a nice- com fortable hotel j'.l- 'is pel' day cannot do better than' stay at the Victoria. It is 'close to the railway station, and Mr. and Mrs.. Adams , are good-hearted, homely; and kind people. , »
ENDURANCE SKATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909
. , ?: : — — ; .. ... ENDURANCE SKATING.- I Mr.: W.'. .fickard, the well-known en durance .skater, intends to .skate in. Bathurst 011 September 30th and break all previous records of endurance skating. Ho intends to ? skate for 01 hours. The start will be made at JO a.m. '011- the Thursday, and iinish at eleven p.m. on the following . Sat urday. Three ? other skaters iconnnence to-day- for the championship. They, are: Mr. ^ Rice, at Lithgow, Mr. ? J-. Kaye, Wellington, and Mr. P. Free man, at Sydney. ' Mr. Eckai-d; Is very/ hopeful of lasting '.-'che time, and' of finishing in good condition.
END OF A POET. BURIED AT SEA. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909
f ' END OF A POET. : . BURIED AT SEA. London, Wednesday. In accordance with his . wishes', the body of the late John' Davidson, poet and dramatist, who^ disappeared from his home at the end of March last, and whoso body was tound in tho sea afterwards, was buried in the presence of his sons. At the linquest the jury returned a verdict of found dead. In reply to an application , to allow the corpsc to be taken to' sea tlio Home Secretary declined to . approve of any means for its burial except in the or dinary wayf, or by cremation ,aud re fused to discuss the legal point at tached to burial at sea.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909
There is nor r partjcie of opium- or other 'najrcotic in Cliamberluin's Cough. Remedy, and iev'-- iias bpen since it was llrst offered' to the public. It is as safe a medicine for a child as for an adult. This remedjy is fam ous for its cures ' of colds and croup, and can always he, depended upon. .For Eale by. L. Edgley. and Cou ? ?
PROFESSOR DAVID'S LECTURE [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909
PROFESSOR DAVID'S LECTURE ? 1 Professor David delivered a ? -. very nteresting lecture at Goulburn .. on Tuesday last. Why can't -we make some effort to induce Professor. David to come to Bathurst, and tell ; us all about his experiences in the SQuthV Those exs-er-iences would probably enable us to judge whether. Com^ion der Peary aira Coolo, or either of them, evqij.- reached the North- Pole. '
CANOWINDRA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909
? ???'.. ..... ?' 1 CANOAVINDRA SHOW. I The Canowindra P. A. arid -1-1. As sociation's tenth annual show was opened 011 Tuesday Jmst. W'he ati ? tendance was small owing to rhe;un l'avorablc weather which nrevailed. The horse entries - were exceptionally good, though the farm produce exhi-,! bits by 110 means*, represented the fa cilities of the- district. There was an increase in the sheep section, and the machinery , displays outclassed those of previous years. , w
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909
RIFLE SHOOTING. 1 Following is the result of a shoot at 500 and GOO yards at the range yester day: W. AVillmun, 33, 32 — 05; A. Kef ford, 31, US — G4; E. Ward, 33, 30 — 03; P. Ncal, 32, 3.1 — 03; A. Carpenter,. 32, 29— Gl; E. Cutler; 27, 31— 5S; B. Cutler, I 20, 29—50: A. Stubbs. 29. 25—54. I
ORDER OF SALES FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909
ORDER OF SALES FOR TO-DAY. I - Following is the . order -of, sales at. the Corporation sale; yards,! torday :—!' at cattfe : Clement? and /. McCarthy, Messrs E. H. Taylor and Co.,, 2 j ;Mr. 'Jas. 'Cassidy, 3. Store cattle : Messis. H. Cutler and Co.\, r. Fat sheep : Messrs. E. H.. Taylor and Co', 1 j Mr. James Cassidy, 2 j ? Messrs. f Palmer aud McPhillamy, 3. '
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. September 20tlh is tlie date of u«xt regular monthly; visit to Bathurst on lilD i) and Beeman, Ltd., the weii known Opticians of G llunter-stneet, Sydney. Consulting 100ms: Pailt Ho tel. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.- All sufferers from anyvoye trouble, failing sight or headaches, should, consult us. One of the principals personally vis(ts Bathurst (Chns. Glbb,. late principal of Charles Gibb -and. Co., and J. AV. Beemaa (late Manager and Sight Specialist for H. A. BarracJough), -who has been visiting this town lor some years, are tl/e principals, so clients can rely on the moBt expert Ey» siervloe in consulting us. Next visit Sept, 29th. |
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909
THE WEATHER. . '' *? Cold conditions, prevailed in . Bath urst '.yesterday..- The sky- was . cloudy and there were every 'indications .of rain. ) Showers tell in the following stations: Bathurst 13 points, Rocldey 2S, Blayney 31, Orange 24, Forbes: 9, HU1 End 17, Mudgee 10, anti 'Welling-' ton '10.' Forecast: Unsettled to show-, ery 011 the South Coast and tablelands; strong ..f\t£uds; generally; line else-., where.;- .