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MUSICAL AND LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
MUSICAL AND LITERARY ASSO CIATION. Attention is drawn to the advertiser ment aippeariug in this issue of the allotment of special prizes in connec tion with the forthcoming Musical and -Literary, Association. The prizes 1 for' the ladies' vocal solos under 21 1 years have been increased from 10s to ,£1. Entries for tho competitions close with the Secretary on Saturday, October 16th.
Federal Parliament. CONSTITUTION AMENDMENT. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
Federal Parliament. CONSTITUTION AMENDMENT. : . ,1 Melbourne. Tnnsrla,v. I111 tlije House of Representatives Mr. Glynn in rejily to Mr. Johnson said the Attorney-Generail's depai't ment was now engaged inquiring (Whether the .operations of tlie coal /ven/d were' in contravention of the law. . | Mi'. Deakin, in rep-]y to Mr. Poyn ton said inquiries Avcro procect'ing as I to wether interest charged on; time IF^tyment liarv^jsters v/as excessive and against the Statute. The debate on the Constitution (Amendment Bill was icontinu ekH iby 1 Sir John Forrest who strongly urged 1 that it should be accepted. Mr. .Chanter oppose® the measure whidil was supported by Messrs. Mc Williams and Storrer. The debate was adjourne^ and ths House rose.
AMATEUR BOXING. THE FINALS. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
AMATEUR UOXUVG. THE FINALS. Sydney, Tuesday. The finals of the Australasian Box ing Championships, were decided at the Royal Standard Theatre to-night. Fol lowing are the results. Bantam Weight ^ Championship; We- 1 nard (N.Z.)), beat Richardson (Tas.), on points. ^ I ? Featherweight Championship : - IIe garty (N.Z.) beat Fitzsimmons, (N.S. W). The latter was knocked out in I the fourth round.' Lightweight Championship: 'O'Sulli van (N.S.W.) beat Lacey (New South Wales), by a knock out in the third lound Welter Weight Championship, Cur rie, (Victoria), beat House (Tas.) in the fourth round. Middleweight Championship: Mid wood (Tas.) , beat Gunning, (New South Wales)', on points. Heavyweight Championship: Thomp son, (New South Wales), beat Waldie (Vip.), on points.
FOR A GOOD CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
FOR A GOOD CAUSE. ' . The sum of £2 0s has been'cplloct- ed by the Bathurst -Cycle and Motor Club in aid of the. widow of til? late: Mr. W. p^Rellly,; the one-armed' cy clist} who 'was. -killed- in Centennial Park, Sydney, a short time ago. This is a most generous act on the jiart of the ' Club', and shows .the .kindly feel ing ot fellow cyclists for one another.
SYDNEY, PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
I SYDNEY, PRODUCE SALES. ? , 1 Sydney/ Tuesday. Seventy four trucks were offered, 23 passed. Market was lower all round, potatoes down 10/ per ton, and chafi 3/4 pen ton. , , . . . . ^ ; Potatoes, prime table G/ to C/G, ®lium to good 5/. to 5/4. ? ? - | Chaff, choice 4/7, piimo *3/10 to , 4/2, | medium 3/ to 3/4, inferior 2/8 to 2/17-. Oaten jhajy: and derrick (straw, were neglected, \vhi,le 4/8 to 4/9 got for Prime chidvwheat. ; . ' : , reed| Algerian oaten1, l/7%d. ' i'rinie lucorne chaff, 4/10. Qiioida large bales lucerne hay 4/ 1 , small 4/7. . Seed turnip, 3/., Oaten hay Irom G. I-Ioad, Lyn'J! ''ret, passed' 3/5. ' Turuipa from Lewis, George'* Mains, 3/. : Potatoes jfrom Graham, 5/4.
BATHURST-LITHGOW ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
BATi-IURST-LlTllGOW ROAD RACE. . It has-been'. 'decided by. tho Bath'urst Biipycie Club that the day for the Ba thurst-Lithg'ow-Voad race shall', lie Sat urday, ? October UGth. ? The Massey Harris and Red Bird Bicycle company, has 'donated a, 'Waratah' -bicycle -'as first prize. . Entries for this race close with Mr. . W:-.. Sliute, lion, secretary,, on October '-lltli.'
THE WOOL MARKETS. SYDNEY SALES. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
I i the wool markets. I SYDNEY SALES. 1 Sydney, Tuesday. fe °llei'atiVG Wool and Pro Co. Ltd., between whom and tho jUjers ^ere Js no estrangement ol ea a good sized catalogue of 3700 'JVJS to'tl;iy 1 consisting , [mainly jotf) rase to good merinos. Bidding tvo Very ^ea and vaflues generally 0 Eer cent above the August sales '*? ®'10 leaMQng lots disposed of overt.'3 foIlowa: Greasy, D. Y. 3. Puon Buen, ov|er N. S. W. A'. A1., Cliff0' 14%d 0114 13%d; S. G. over j,,, '1' coahing, n%d; combing E . : binniaj A A H E H AV 14d x i-iT A- H- B' W' 13%d' A jjL a* ^vensworth, first combing, l.'a- first pieces 11%'t'l and cwn'hi ^ -ovei' Dunblo, first E. ]v1S over Elmove, 'fit n and 12(3 Mli 14d; TaJbarrni llv i.CeC° 12^,d, ' second fleece w A V M;ioKay 0 ver Yarranc'tool A. ^ leeco 12%d, 'A*. A'. E. 12d,' M E. tom?Mi0li'S Wrurrawombio, flret ft ov' lE- H- 12% fl, W,. IL 12d;' A. [f.p,.,,01 „ ^Hlloo, qvst moece 12^d', Tccnt n 11(1 T- T- ovei' i| ' eece 12%d;, .0. '.T. ove.- Brack ? .''' combi...
A NEW ITEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
: - A? NEW'- ITEM. '.. . - ,' 'A new item1 lias; 'hevii naded-.to the- prograinmb oi^Stlidr !r«rihc6mln'^ Mil?,, slcal .; aiid;.Li terary' ; Competition' in tlie iorm oB a comic: song, ? dn . .-character.' Tli# -song Ahitiy 'lie .'the ??'competitors own* ichoice but inust..be iniproved of by 'tlie. As^oclatipn-. iThe .goit,1 -meiiiUl - do i.ated.'.by; T; 'Luclslhiirst .wiU' Ue: given as first prize. . . '
Commercial. SUSSEX STREET. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
Commercial. SUSSEX STREET. . Sydney, Tuesday. , 1 Wpieat, 4/9%; new, 3/;J to 3/J.i. ! Flour, £10 17s Gd to- ,£.11. ^ Maize yqllow, 3/10; wmtG S/S. Cats (Tasmania, -white) 2/5 2/(i; Al teriau, '4/1 to 2/2; seed, 1/11 to 2/11. Dran, ili'l 15s; Pollard, J25. Potatoes, N.S.WL £5 to £.7. 15s. Onions, (Victorl.'.-jj, brown Spanish, so o £7; Japanese £9 to £30. i Chaff, (South Augralinjij p-.jme I al, eaten £4 us to £-1 10s; Victoriuu, prime vhemeu, £* to £4 5s; medium, n-10s to £3 15s; pi-iine oaten; £3 is; oateu hay (Victoria) £3 15s. , Derrick straw (Tasmanian). oaten i'il; wlieaten £3 5s; Victoiian, £3. Lucerne, Hunter River, new greeii, ii'3 15s to £4; old £4 to £4 10s. Butter, choicest, 104/; seconds, 84/ to 34/; pastry, 08/ to 78/. Bacon, p,riine factory, side, ssu to SVitl. Special sides, flitches ,71d; middles, 'Jd. ' I
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
COMMITTED.. FOR TJEtIAL.. ''-i ' The two .young merij Norman ana Bertie Reynolds,- who were , 'charijed with causing'^ llierV .death. ;of . Walter Brown, at. , ,,'Nyngan, , . .our- September. Ctl-,:. have. beori '-kftnimiUoc'l 'to atr.nd their trial at^-; tho : . -Bu-Ubo ?-^Circuit* Court . next'' week.' , ..- : :
SHARE MARKET. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
SHARE ilARICET. Bydneyl Tuesday. .O.K. Copper, 3/. Queen 'Bee, 5/6. 'Broken Hill . South; icon'., £6 6s €d. Broken Hill Junction NorUi, 39/. Broken Hill South, paid £G lis. Broken Hill Blojck 10, S4/. - : British Broken. Hill; old, 26/3. ; Mount Morgan, 74/G. : Broken Hill Soutlii Blocks, terms 1 inontlr, sellers option, 34/9. Broken, Hlfll Junctioa, 6/8. Broken Iiill Proprietary, 4G/;. 46/3:; 4C/G; terms, six -weekis, 43/3. : Mount Molloy, 4/. j Lloyds Copper, 2/7. ?
AEROPLANE OF THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
AEROPLANE OF- THE FUTURB. At the French Acaid-emy of Science a very interesting pjaper, was read by M. Less-art, on the aeroplane in whitfti our sons may hope to fly. 'The aero plane of ? the future,' M. Liestart said, 'will be a sort of air torpedo which/ 'will -'fly betwen the strata of the air at a rate of anything from 1000 to 1200 miles a* hour. it wm ny. to Iiondon in a few minutes, and get to Pekin in a few - hours. The wings Willi be no larger than fins. In' fact, the apptiratus will look very much like a Mfhalc. The ipatsengors will tijavel Sinside, gletting light through portholes of thick gilass, . as on ^oai'd Fhip. An appartus like the periscope of the submarine will help to steer the machine, allowing:' the driver t» see ttte earth below hini.'
COULD BLOW HIM OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
COULD BLOW HIM OUT. An amusing vocal contest took pf.ace 011 Monday afternoon in George-street, when Phil '.'the ichamp'on-. bellman of the West,'' contested' with his new ;ri val, another., bellman. Both ---men stood in the centre of the street, :6'ne bawling out, while the other, rang his bel! close by in .defiance.* ; -.This con tinued for- some- time,' causing rather a large number to .congregate, till at last both came face ' to' face 4and ar gued it out. ' The dispute was as to who could whisper' the loudestf-jPJill claimed that hie had tho stronger and more attractive . voice, but the, j other was unwilling to. admit it, though a much. smaller hian'.: At last the de-' bate ended,'. ..Both'' bellmen wont in opposite directions, showing that some arrangement, :liad' 'been made between them. Phil, who was a true Briton, was heard to exolaim, 'I can blow him out.' '
AN AWFUL SUSPENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
AN AWFUL. SUSPENSE. That suispense which is worse than a knowledge of the worst is reaping a sad ; harvest in Melbourne. SSuoyed', by tiie well-meant assertions of those wio. must haTO known1 better, the ,wtife of. one Melbourne passenger by the- Wamtaii- telung-, despMringJy. toi the ; feeblest hopes till one day she found her children putting them selves into mourning. Then' the eord snapped, and now there is only a poor woman groping in the mental dark. Another passenger's redaUvo liung rojind tlife office day . after day till she became- al patihetic calainity. Then a .brav-e and irtndly skipper took her ask'fe and told her in so many words that there wafc no hops — none whatever. She brokB Stltown completely; but it . prqbalbily savea her reason.
OPTICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
OPTiUiAWS visit. ? : September 23tih is the date of next' regular monthly visit to Bathurst . or Uiub and Beenian, Ltd., the ' well known Opticians of 0 Hunter-street, .Sydney. Consulting rooms: Park Ho tel. Hours: 10 a.rn. to 5 p.m.- All sufferers from any eye trouble, falling sight or headaches, should consult us une ot we principals personally visits Bathurst (Ohoa Uibb, late principal of Charles Gihb. and Co., and J. W. Beeman ' (late Manager '.and Sight tipecidlist for IL A. Barraclough), who has been vit;lting this town for some yearF, are tl/e principals, so clients can rely on the most expert Eye' service in consulting us. Next visit Sept 29th.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
Mr. W. C. Wockner,' Toowoomba, Queensland, writes: ?'Chamberlainva Cough Remedy is an excellent Remedy. I have been suifering 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:d.' This is the opinion of one if the oldest and most respectod 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.
LIME BURNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909
LIME BURNING. i- It seems strange ; that an industrv that is as old : as the hills 'aiud^ wlii(51i has been . in constant iiijctivityfi jiiitii quite recently,- .has disappeared 'from Bathurst. Aud yet such is- the case. Since the first brick' and mortar was used in building the 'city' tbe; occupa: tion of lime-burning has gone, on, and yet at the ipresent time there is no lime being made in : tlie district. Messrs. Bell and Barrett and others have ceased to manufacture on the ground that it cannot be made to pay, the chief^competitor being the Com monwealtir Cement Company.' A dif ficulty is also, being ? expcirlcnced by Sydney builders in procuring a regular, supply of this indispensable commo dity. Mr. Tapson', a '.leading North Shore contractor, -Jias- therefore form ed a syndicate'' for its manufacture and has taken up a lease 011 tho Mount, on tho Hockley road, on which Is a big deposit of limestone. No time Is being lost in, setting 'to - work; a party ot men having loft yest...