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A CONDEMNED CARCASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

. A ' CONDEMNED CARCASE. I 'At- 'the Police Court yesterday, Mr. Oscar E. Crouch, inspector at the Mu nicipal Council under the Diseased Animals aud -Meat Act, made applica tion for the destruction of a carcase or beef. He had examined the car case, and found it to be suffering from tuberculosis, and unfit for hu man consumption. . The P.M. con demned the carcase, aud gave orders for its immediate destruction.

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REGIMENTAL IDEALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

REGIMENTAL IDI \\ S The ideal of the regiment as. a school rather' than a club has taken hold o.E the Army.. Soldiers- are much more alive' to the duties and-- require ments of their profession. The .in coming of. University men is., having j an eflect— ' Army and Navy Gazette.'

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

Sporting Notes. (By ''Substitute.') . . ^ Ned Ingersolo's present trip to Syd ney with Rose AH.ie and Rose Ivy is u. non-paying onje. but as the former, ?is coming on (to judge by her running at Rosehill last Saturday), she should soon earn a win. Although the daug'iiter of Amberite was well backed by the Bathurst sports, she showed want of condition, falling away in tha straight. Rose Aillie wasn't mentioned in the betting for ' the Camieila Slakes last Saturday, but she turnout into ttio straight four lengths ahead of Golden Slipper, but then she Itired, and was beaten by a (length. The 'Daily Tele graph' says 'Taking Rose Ailie on her previous efforts here this season, it was nodhing out of the way (o dis pose of her. But the Bathurst mare is evidently coining back to lier best form, and race-goers know that that was good.' Rose Aliie is not engaged it the 1-Iawkesbury to-day, but she is entered for Wollongong next week Rose Ivy (a half sister to Rose Ailie, being by Golden Ivy, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

if ff !|.wheAt ^ , ? |?/08L1 sick P stock mR0KERS\ ? .esmen Agents. REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF k. .'SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SKINS EVERV CONSIGNMENT RECEIVES THE PERwmm VMIWU WHO SUPERVISE THE CATALOGUING, MAKE THE VALUAT^Nl'SLcoruc™0^^' g=====3 offices and stores , CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. - ' LpO Brewery, Dowling St: I I k^M^KJ^^R & REDFERN, SYDNEY. I XXX ALES — ? ? — Draught Ales I I Lasher — ? Obtain- 11 I . abIe | Pilsener- — inSes | Dinner Ale H°'els | Bitter Ale ? ~ BotdedAli? I Select Stock Ale Bottled AJ^me I Stout ? ? bbu*e* 1 fj AeSCH'S Ales, Beers and' Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hoim obtainable, P | t without a particle of preservative. | I :«r Tcmperley.VSc^prcsfdcnt of the N.S W.Country Press Association addrewtngan'wseniMageof N.S.W. Country I f; repreaeiitinB a emulation of 230,000 newspapers per issue, said :-'l saw in Resch's BiwwVthe iS $ ^ collection of machinery that S.havc seen for many a long day,' ? y LIlt' lincsi: jy B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

[?] Ty/ 1 L SL X. A jpp^ * (5^ /] f-^-'rnst*C Demand Warm Baths With SOAP And gentle applications of Cuticura Ointment to soothe and dispel eczemas, rashes, itchings, irritations, chaf ings, chapping, redness and' . roughness of the face and hands, and muscular pains, strains and weaknesses. Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment have no rivals worth ' mentioning for the toilet; bath and nursery. ^ i Sold throughout the world. Depot*: London! 27. Charterhouse So.; i'aru. 10, Rue de la Cbfcuwcr d'Antlii; Australia. R. Towns A Co., Sydney; Iodi», 2). K. FahI. Cnleutti: Chlo*. Hon* Kong nruK v a.; Japan, Mjiruya. Toklo: So. Africa, Leonoo, Ope Town: U.S.A.. Totter I-rii* A Chem. Corp., 6olt I'ror*.. 135 Columbus Ave., Hontoo. Mam. »5-Pov-frrr\ ft'.'-p.icc Cutl«*um Book. an Authority oti the Treatment aud'Caru ot Skin and Hair. SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1909-

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

FOOTBALL., The standard of football reached during the season just closed has not been near what the game . used to be in Bathurst during past seasons. The winners of the senior competition (Ba thurst ; P.O.) went right through with nn't defeat. They, are, of course, the champions of the W.R.F.U.; but that * Is not saying much. In ;the matchion the Hives Shield at Orange, Bathurst F.C. suffered a bad defeat at the hand£ of the Waratahs (the holders of the Shield) And yt*t Wellington F.C, managed to play a draw with tihe Waratah F.C. ... — What lias happened to . the W.R.F.U. this season? Not a .district mat^h at BaJthlurst. (Oh, yes, one! ; The union reps, defeated Mudgee early in the sea son here-) Why BaUiurst and Oranga used to i-'raw like a house on fire. Do the Orange Union tliink that Bath urst can't give the u game, or thati tine W.R.F.U.' Isil't gamei to issue a challenge. . To show how football, has degene rated in Bathurst, St. Stanislaus Col lege competed in the first-gra...

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THE MASTER HAND IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

THE MASTER HAND IN 'INDIA., There; aire a few pessimists --vho wonder whether India is. not on the verge of a general revolt. We. dpubl it. Our belief is that England will | guide in her own intcrests_ the rapid | evolution ??which is taking- place | throughout the ' Indian Empire.— ' Revue des'Deux Mondes','' Paris. |

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ADVERTISING THE EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

ADVERTISING THE EMPIRE; Perhaps one day . the Government' will so ful ly real l'sc the national and imperial importance . of. adveiti^ing that a Minister of Advertising -will, be appointed to take charge of the^ entire publicity or the Empire.: There would be plenty of useful work for him - to do.— ' Advertising.'

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THE SOUTH WIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

1 THE SOUTH' WIND. Dear Editor, — The south' wind was j called Shawondasee. It was to his land i that all the birds went' during the win- 1 ter. He also -gave, the hills a smooth,! hazy appearance;- and lie' melted the! ice on the fivers. As he was looking northward one day he saw a lovely maiden walking alone along f the prairies. She was dressed all in green, and had beautiful golden hair.. Sha wondasee would have liked to woo her, but he was too lazy, to move, so lie wat'clied her 'eveiy morning, and thought how he would like to have her with liim. But one' morning when he went to look for Jjis maiden she was covered in snow. Shawondasee said, I' Ah, - my brother .from. '-the northland has come and taken my lovely maiden,'. Jt was not a maiden he had seen, but only a dandelion, which had faded dur ing the summer; and / the white fluff looked like snow. Yours truly, ' GRACE M'KENZIE. . Fifth class. ?- / ? £v_'-

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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

PRESENTATION. A very pleasant aftfcrnoon ? was spent 'on Wednesday last fit 'tha -Park' residence, jvhen the teachera snd senior scholai-s of St Paul's Sun day [School, met to say ..'good-bye' to the Rev. A, M'. LevicK, who. leit to take dharge of the jxarish ol' Gren feJJ. Mrs. Lynch, .on -behalf ot ,t|io teachers and scholars, presented Mr.' Leviclc with, a clock, and Mrs..,Leviclf. with a silver 'jewel casket. Mr. Lev iclc in reply, thanJted the donors for their kind thouglUs, .tind' said his work at St. /Paul's had always given him great pleasure. He hoped that the scholars- would never think them selves ''too big' or. j' loo o|ld' to at tenti Sunday School, and then per haps in time, they too, may be (labor ers in the Lord's vineyard.' After tea had been serrved, the company] ?was shown through the conservatories.

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THE CAT AND THE MICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

the cat and the mice. - ' Dear Mr. Editor,— Once', an old cat made up her mind to kill all the micte | she could' in- ilie barn. One day the: mice met each othei to talk about the harm the cat was going to , do ? them. | 'Each* one told ot a plan by which they could keep out of her«-each. ' 'Do what I say,' said a grey mouse who thought himself very wise, 'Hang a -bell to the cat's neck, and then when we hear it ring we will -know she is coming.' 'Good! Goo'd!' said all sthe rest, as they went to get the hell. 'Now, which one of you will hang it' to the cat's neck?' asked the grey mouse. 'Nat I!' Not I!' cried all the mice. at once. I remain yours truly, MAGGIE HOGARTH, f Fourth class; 11 years.

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PROFESSOR DAVID. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

PROFESSOR DAVID. Professor David has rpiilied to Mr. G. R. Thomas ot the Eatburst Dis trict School ' acknowledging with tihanks the [invitation tq. 'deliver a l;ublic lecture on1 the Sliackleton Ex j pedition to the Bathurst Teachers' I Association. * He regretted extremely that the engagements which he had already matfc for this year, added to his unusually heavy University, -work, ^ prevented,' his accepting the invitatlou. 'I am sure,' 'added tthje '. professor, 'I should have very, much enjoyed ' ai visii . to Bathui-st. I ha/ve a vei-y ipleasant recoUectlpii' ot ''previous) visits to that town.' He trusted that he might iiave the pleasure of coming end lecturing at some future date but it would have to be put oft till next year when lie was less heavily press* ed with, work than at present. The Teacher's Association have decicV.'d to ask Professor David. , to visit Bathurst and .lecture after Christmas. He will most probably accept the invitation.

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AMERICAN INDIAN LEGENDS.—MUDJEKEEWIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

.AMERICAN INDIAN LEGENDS.— ' MUDJEKEEWIS. Mudjekeewis ) was the .king of the four winds, but he only kept the west wind for himself, and ga.ve the others to his sons. He was 'very strong and brave, and lived' 'in the land of 'the Great Bear, who wore a belt of wam piAn! This bear was the terror of the nation. Everyone was .afraid of him; but Mudjekeewis said that ho would kill the bear. So one day he went out into the forest, and there he found the bear asleep under a tree. He walked very quietly up to him, and slowly drew the belt of wampum from over his head, then, 'swinging .his club, he | clealt him a hard blow. The bear jumped up and began to whine like a ] woman. Mudjekeewis mocked him, and, .dealt him another blow, which killed him.; He then took: the belt of wampum home and told- the Indians that he had killed the bear. They all shouted, 'Honour be to Mudjekeewis, and for a reward they made him king of the win'ls. ' ? ? DORIS HICKSON. Fifth class.

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THE BOWER BIRD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

Tl-IE BOWER BIRD. Sir, — Interesting and remarkable is the bower bird. It belongs to the fa mily of the bird of paradise, and is a little ' smaller than a pigeon in size. iThese birds: are. famous: for . their ha-i bits of constructing, 'bowers' or play grounds. It is mostly; the mala alone which constructs these bowers. They Iare only built for sport, aud are ar- ,\ | ranged with bright , pieces of glass,- rag, ! shells, broken , pieces ' of china, aud .very often lost pieces of silver or jewellery arc found. ?? A solitary piece of looking-glass is usually present, and the- birds look upon it'- as,- a treasure, as it is always given a separate place to itself. AH these proceedings can be watched'from a very shore distance. There are ^several kinds' of bower birds', and each bird ^constructs a dif feren't-shaped. Shower; Satin .bower bird is similar in shape, but a little .bigger, than a starling; ??: Another is the Regent bower bird, found on the coast; of. Queensland. 'i I - GEORG...

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Children's Column. MICHAELMAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

Children's Column. MICHAELMAS. . ' jlichuelmas vacation comences ou| tun ii&tli instant. 'J-'iie majority uf tne| scholars are anticipating a. joyous | holiday, but a more important; I Vveut to tlo second year 'siu-| dews taifes place during that tim«s,-| jiainely, tlie Training College ex- j ? animation. From 'the .bathurst centre! { jemitle and two male students wiu git, aud we would be pleased to see every one pass successfully. However, gjuce there . are about 300 candidates, ami only about -10 scholarships, a con siderable number' must necessarily be disappointed. It is a noticeable fact that the number of female teachers en terius the department inpreases every year. The governess iinils it more advantageous in many respects to , be jconie a country school tGiiclici1, in stead of existing on a mere pittance. Offing to the holidays .we will not be able to supply, our usual contributions aesi -veok. ' , . j_ I JNELLI13 INGLE, Editress.

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ALEXANDRIA GOLD MINE, BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

ALEXANDRIA GOLD MJNE, BRA1DWOOD. . This mine, 'which is. being worked in the Braidwood district, has given pome wonderfully. gooVi results.;' Froia t! tons put through a yield of. Cozs of gold was received* and' another 9 tons treated produced 17 ounces'. We un derstand there are only, 13; sharehold ers In' tho .concern, one ot.fthe tor Lunate meuiUersi being : a Bath'urst .resiu'ent. , ? . . , '. , '? -

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SIR WALTER RALEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

SIR .WALTER, RALEIGH. . ? \ Queen Elizabeth liked handsome fa ce's and clever people. Among the men at her court none was more handsome or could talk more cleverly, than Sir Walter Raleigh, lie won the Queen's I favour in this strange way. Shj audi her ladies were out walking one day, jvlieu they came to a mudy spot in(the road. Then young Raleigh, who was massing, quickly took off liis line velvet cloak aud spread it upon the mud for the Queen to walk upon, so that she : might not get her feet; wet. Elizabeth.! was much pleased with this polite act. i She stepped upon the cloak), gave ai smile to Raleigh, aud son after made him one of her courtiers. So Raleigh went to court aud became a great man. He was made captain of the soldiers who guarded the Queen's Palace, and ,vas granted land and riches. Raleigh stayed on at tho court, but sent some ships aud men to America. When these men returned they told wonderful ? storied of the rich and strange things, they had seen. They brought w...

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SPRING SHOW RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

SPRING SHOW RIGHT?' Tlie booths Tor the Spring Horse Show Parade will be sold by auc tion at tho Royal Hots; on Thursday, next.

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A BEAUTY SPOT ON THE SWAN RIVER, WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

'A BEAUTY SPOT ON THE - SWAN . . RIVER, WESTERN AUSTRALIA.' Uei'e are many .'beauty spots , onthe Swan River, but I' think the prettiest of all is that of Mount Eliza, which' is situated in King's, 'Park, overlooking ?toe city of Perjtli,- and airiosit sur-, rounded by -the. Swan Rivev. Tin 'ir. is tte soldiers' memorial', standing about ?ft. high; this w.as-. erected to the ^m°ry of the soldiers who fell- in ^?utli Africa. On the top of it are 1 life-sized figures of ! soldiers, re I'resenting ono wounded and the other u«'ug guard over 'him. On the side ° 'ie monument there are fourJ dif rent scenps which occurred during ® war. This monument ig surround in, ^ ti.ful flower' be'ds, and ,wind siri vai'i°us paths;.- with -fountain's t ' 'S ug iiei.e all(i there, one conies ' a lnonument of Queen Victoria. 'Weeding sua £ln.th tLel.e iare wine vow V:- ?.- :? ll-ls large guus or cannons, sucli at war, some of. which are e hislorlcal,- but I iclinnot now ;re fuitl ',er s'°I-'est- Wanderin...

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CALL TO THE REV. A. CLARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

CALL TO TI-IE REV. A. CLARK. At a -meeting ot the North St. Leonard's Presbyterian Church, held' on Tuesday night last, it was unan imously agerwfj to aslc the Presbytery to mocierate In a call to tho Rev. A. Claxk, of BaUiurst. (Thg Von. Dr. Bruce Is the senior minister of this congregation, and Mr.' Clarke is ask ed to become his coltcaguo. ,Wo understand that a meeting of the S, Stephen's congregation will be liel-jt at the close ot both services on Sun day in connection with tlhis matter. There is a splendid church and manse recently- erectec'! on, perhaps, the finest site in Syd'ney, and a large and hearty congregation. 1 It would a coincidence if too. incumbents 'of ,S. Stephen's became immediate neigh bours ih North Sydney. -

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