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FIGHT WITH WOUNDED LION. HUNTER'S CLOSE CALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

FIGHT WITH WOUNDED LION. i HUNTER'S CLOSE CALL. Few 'hunters have undergone such a terrible experience as that which befell Mr Harry Williams, the African ex plorer, near Nairobi in June last (says the 'Dally Express'). Ho was attacked by a wounded lion, which mauled him terribly, and would have killed him but for the unexpected intervention of one of Mr Williams' bearers. Mr Williams has related tho following account of his experience: — 'Mr ; Selous and I had Joined Mr M'MllIan, but on June S I was out alone, having, only my gun-bearers with mo. vvhen I saw a lion on the right, about 300 yards away. He was prowling along, and ^apparently did not notice me, but I -. could see, by the swish of his tail that he' was an angry beast. . 'I fired both barrels of my 4.50 at him, one shot reaching him In the -flank! : It was .only a sllghti flesh tyound. but It ?paralysed him for the moment; arid lie .sat down on his haunches like, d.^dog' After a few minutes, he got up and went' Into o bi...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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GIRLS KISSED HIM. A BOOKKEEPER'S SUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

GIRLS KISSED HIM. ° A BOOKKEEPER'S SUIT. The Commercial Court in Vienna has Just delivered judgment (says 'Lloyd's Weekly') on so knotty a problem as whether the law recognises a distinc tion between kissing and being kissed. The question arose out of a suit brought by a bookkeeper named Meyer against his late employers, who had discharged him without notice, on tho ground that ho was in the habit of kiss ing the typewriter girls employed in the ofllce. The firm urged In defence that this was conduct which seriously dis turbed the course ot business. j Horr Meyer's counsel did not attompt-j to justify kissing In office hours ns a habit, but he brought ungallant wit nesses who swore that the.v had seen 1 somo of tile scenes complained of, and noticed that it was the girls who bepun by kissing Hcrr Meyer, though they 1 could not say whether he did or did not ! respond. I The court accepted this evideneoi, and condemned the firm to the paymrait of | a month's salary on the ground that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

Mr. W. Cox, Humffray-street,. Balla rat, Victoria, writes: 'I have been a great sufferer from Rheumatism, and having obtained the greatest relief by the use of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, I cannot spea'.: too highly of It. When ever I feel the rheumatic pains com ing on, I give the affected parts a few applications, and it always arrests' the attack. I know several people who have used Chamberlain's Pain [ Balm, and they all speak In the high I est praises of it.' For sale by L. Edgley and Co, i

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HARTLEY EIGHT-HOUR DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

HARTLEY EIGHT-HOUR DEMON STRATION. In to-day's issue, the committee of Hartliey District ? (LitSigow) Eiglit Hour Demonstration Committee . ad ? vertises that its tenth annual gal-i will take place on. Moni'ay, 11th October. This gathering has for years been recognised as one of. -the most enthusiastic -of. its kind; and this year, by way of fittingly marking 1 the decade 0° i.ri oxis.tence. jthe. com- 1 mittee have been puU'-ifi forth special effort to eclipse all past demonstra- | tions. The total prize money t» he given away is £300. The procession will present some novel and attract ive features. Provided the :;weather: proves line, 110 doubt a -large number will avail themselves of the special train faicllitie's and journey: to tno 'Coaly City,1' by- tihe train ,whl;:h leaves Bathurst at G.5 a'.m.r and ai- | rivps at Lithgow at 9.

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SPEEDWELL ROADRACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

' SPEEDWELL ROADRACE. The Speedwell Road Race, from Ba thurst to Orange and back (72 miles) will start from the Show Ground on October 0th, at 1.15 p.m., finishing at tho same place at, about 5.30 p.m. The 1 , first prize is a Royal Speedwell bicycle, valued at £20, and for absolute l'ast ? ? ? est time, a gold medal. There are also six other valuable prizes to be given. j

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ENDURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

: ENDURANCE. At 9.15 last night, Eckard, the en durance skater, was still going strong, although -he complained, of strain in the right, knee. His ankle -was slight ly swollen. At that time he had co vered 232 mies : (4872. ilaps) v and had been on the skates i 35 -hours. Ford, the cyclist, had covered ISS miles up to the same time, this making his 24th hour on the wheel; lie ; was , tnen 44 miles behind his ' opponent; Ford 1 seemed tired, although full, of grit and determinatipn. . II. he 'pulls.- through the allotted time it will be, a wonder lul performance, and he' will be en titled to every credit; but it seems al most impossible that he will hold up. cycling under endurance test condi tions is a very different matter to skating, and it Ford shoud succeed he will have .every cyclist throughout the country trying-, to beat his record. Good luck to .him. Eckard is not availing himself- of the 15 minutes' rest in every twelve hours. ?

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Local and General. SPRING HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

Local and General. SPRING HANDICAP. Entries for competitions at the Spring Sh^w and Horse Parade should be in today.

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"HER LUCK IN LONDON." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

'HER LUCK IN LONDON.' The management of the Wm. Ander son Co., stimulated by the success achieved on the Company's previous visit,1 announce i'a '-return season of two nights next Tuesday and Wednes day evenings, in the School of Arts. The opening production will be: the four act spectacular play, 'Her Luck in- London'; which is a highly colored play depicting high life in the -world's great Metropolis. Perhaps no drama purchased by Mr. Anderson of late years lias achieved the genuine suc cess that lias attended tho one under notice, its record to date rivalling the renowned money-maker, 'The Squat ter's Daughter.' Special scenery and effects are being brought up for the production, and the Company augment ed' to do justice to the lengthy cast of characters necessary lor the ade quate representation of this popular melodrama. : On Wednesday,- the. se cond night, the Company, by universal .desire, will produce the popular suc cess, 'In the Heart of London.' ?

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SPORTING. Continued from Page I. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

SPORTING. . (By ' Substitute.') ./. Continued from Page i. FOOTBALL. At. Lithgow last Saturday, a-- team . froih. South Sydney. played the repret, sentatives. of the Hartley, Union, y . The Sydneyites were ^defeated by 12, points to G. . s*. This' afternoon the Central . Western R.F.U. journey to Lithgow to meet the l-Iartley Union in the Dual for the in ter-district .competition. The N.S.W. Rugby umon decided that tne matou should 'be played at Lithgow, and al-.-l loWed the Central -Western team £15 for expenses. . The result should: he a win for Hartley. i ; At the' meeting of the Central .Wes tern RUgby Football Union, on Monday, night, ; the { treasurer announced: that the receipts for the year amounted to I £ 1S0/6/2, ? and the expenditure ? £143/0 leaving a credit balance of . £40/ll/S, With £3- lis Cd to; collect for subscrip- j tions due. Not too bad, Orange! . The visit- of the Sydney University team to New Zealand was only a mod-: erately successful one. The- -Sydney men d...

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RAPID SHORTHAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

RAPID SHORTHAND. The results of the examination of the | Incorporated 'Phonographic Society of , Great Britain, held in May last, have I just arrived by the English mail from the Examining 'Board in London. They show; that the great speed ot two liun- I dred words per minute (the highest rate that candidates may attempt at tthe Society's examinations) , has at 1 last been achieved, the candidate to win the coveted distinction oeing iur. L. T. Hooper, a student of the Smith Premier Business College, and a na tive of Sydney. This is the first time Vi either Great Britain or Australia that a pass has been awarded by the Society for this speed, although .its examinations are held twice yearly in the captial cities of Great Britain and the King's Dominions.

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

CYCLING. The Speedwell Road Race (Bathurst | to Orange and back), takes place on Wednesday1 next. : Entries close to day. The 'Start now takes place on the Show Ground, in connection with the spring exhibition of the Ba thurst A. H. and P. Association. The -finish-' will also take place there, the. competitors having to ride once round the ring. This will make the event doubly interesting, and ensure more interest being taken in the race. ?? ' Saturday, October 16th, is the date decided' upon for the Speedwell road race (Lithgow to Uatliurst). The 1st prize is a 'Waratali' bicycle. Entries close with the Secretary - of the Ba thurst League of Wheelmen '(Mr. W. I-I. Shute) on the 11th October. Now then, cyclists, -who can capture the Waratah F. D. Walcott (the winner of fast est time in the Bathurst to Sydney road racc) was again in evidence last Saturday. I-le started from the 15 sees, mark in the Parramatta 10 miles road race, and won in fine style, his time being 2Smiu: 24sec. He ...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

I TI-IE WEATHER. The weather now is beginning to ' get warmer and it will not be long be lore tne hot days are again with -us. Yesterday, though fine, was a fairly warm aay, the thermometer reaching 78 degrees.' .Forecast: Fine over the N.Ei half of the State at present, but unsettled weather in the S.W., gradu aily^cxtending over the State, follow ed by raiu: associated with, thunder; some good fails; more general ,- rains over the southern ha.f;-iiot northerly winds, followed in the west by cool southerly.

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WILLOW TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

willow: trees. ?Willow 'Blips., have been planted in ;niaiiy:'OlMlio outside streets of Ba llmi'iil. IIiIb year and- have now grown# 1 mo '-young trees. .Willow trees in iLlio fii-i'fiiit ot towns form1 a beautiful filijlii; , In the . summer, and steps havo hiion taken: in. tho, right -direction to further boautlfy our city. ' v;.-:

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LATE LORD SALISBURY SIR E. GREY'S TRIBUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

LATE LORD SALISBURY I SIR R. GREY'S TRIBUTE. Standing --t the foot of the grand | staircase nt the Foreign Office on July 29, Sir Kdward Grey, the Foreign Sec- | rotary (says the 'Dally News') un- j veiled a marble slatue of ouo of Ills famous predecessors in office— the late I/O rd Salisbury. Henceforward the Salisbury stntue will be a noiewortliy adornment of tlic Korulsn 01 lice. It is of ihe purest ] while marble upon a colored niaijui. plinth, aud balances tho Clarendon Ktntue upon the opposite side of the vestibule. Mr Herbert Hampton has depicted Lord Salisbury wearing the robes of a peer of the realm aud tlie collar of s Knifiht of (he Garter, and has caught to a nieet.v the air of weisht aud dignity which was so marked a characteristic of the man. In deed, if any fault can be found, it must ' be that Urn late I'ritno Minister's jun* I sive seriousness and lack ot vivacity aro somewhat over-emphasis'ed. The Inscription runs:— Robert Arthur Cecil, Mnrquis of Salisbury, K.G., ...

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Sporting Notes. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

Sporting Notes. (By ' Substitute.') ' J THE TURF. The following dates for racemeet ings have been approved o£ by the Wes tern District Racing Association: — Oct. 20 — Cowra F.S. Hospital Benefit November 2 and 3 — Dubbo. November 10 — Mudgee. i November la and 16 — Orange. November 22 and 24 — Bathurst December 26 — Mandurama, Peak: Hill, and Portland. I December 31 and January 1 — Oranga January 20 — Woodstock. January 26 and 27 — Bathurst. The programme of the Orange J.C. ] Spring Meeting (Nov. 15 and 16), is to hand, and is one of the most at tractive yet issued by the club for a spring meeting. The prize money, totals £270, cut up into 10 events. The principal events are the King's Handicap, of £50 (one mile), and ^Spring Handicap, of £50 (1 mile 1 furlong). Other events are Opening Handicap, £25, ' Trial Stakes, £20, Visitors' Handicap £20, Flying Handicap, £25, Park Handicap, £20, Stewards' Purse, £20, and Final Han dicap £20. All particulars may be obtained from Mr. W. Lamroc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

' WO^L |||^ W^E^AT^ ^ Fat ' ' ' ' Sfocll& ' ' Stock /fe^OICFKM Station f — ? il il ' r.i K u Esa a B a n les menV^-v-J Agents. REGULAR AUGT30M SAL.E3 OF '|V /3KIHS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKINS, MARSUPIAL SK!8S j EV3L'JV COMSlGNjyiEftT t?ECEIVE3 THE PERSONA!, ATTETtlTlOM CF OUf! PRS?!C'P/,.?..^I WHO SUPERVISE THE CATALOGUING, MAKE THE VALUATIONS AND CONDUCT Ttsa CALSn.' OFFICES P.nd STORES: CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY, a i P.F^Pl-PS Brewery? Dowling St.* |. i J, RED FERN, SYDNEY. j XXX ALES — ? — Draught Ales I Lager ? obtain. Bitter Ale ? S able I Pilsemer ? in Ke' Select Stock Ale Pu&tZ°lSre !all n I* S Dinner Ale H°tcls | Stoat ? Xm'4 1 ij RESCH'S Ales, Beers and Stout are made from the choicest Malt and Hope obtainable, j | without a particle of preservative. r l X ================= ' H Mr.Tcmperley, Vice-president of the N.S.W.Coantry Press Association addressing'an'sasem'blagepfR.S.W.Countay S K Pressmen representing a circulation of 230,000 newspapers per issue, said...

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The Budget. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

The Budget. The iinancial statement made by the Hon. the Treasurer, Mr. ? T. Waddell, shows that our State finances are iu a hea'thy condition. . . Last financial year we finished up with a surplus of £100,000 odd and at the end ' o£ the next financial, year Mr. Waddell looks forward to something over hall a million surplus. - This is not a very great increase over last year,-, but it must be remembered that we shall not get as much from the Commonwealth Government as we should expect to receive had the' Commonwealth Go vernment been ,in the financial, posi tion it was last year. This half mil-' lion surplus is, of course, only a paper surplus at the present- moment. The ' credit balance which the Trea surer had. at his disposal ati the be ginning of ; the financial year Was £037,000 odd, and if his estimates come out right, he will have £ 1.117, - 388 available on June 30 next. Out of this sum the Treasurer proposes to devote £235,000 to Closer Settlement, and £475, 000 to the Publ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

Mrs. S. II. Walker, 230 Humffray street, BaUariit, Vie., writes: 'Have used Chamberlain's_ Cough Remedy for tour year, and know it fs excellent. Have found it most beneficial. Can recommend it to anyone. in fact, have done so many times, and it has accomplished good results in every, t case.' For sale by L. fidjley, and Co,

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THE "DRUNKS" IN COLOGNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

THE 'DRUNKS' ^ IN COLOGNE. Commissioner Rail ton tells In '.'Sol- - diers of. Salvation,' au nccount of 'Snl vation Army work in various countries. - just issued, that the German- police were the first to recognise the value of the help of. Salvationists iu dealing. with persons drunk. Cologne lias supplied, the Army with an nmbulanco waggon 'for wheeling the drunkards home. When the police find anyone drtiuk in that ? city, instead of making an arrest, they telephone to the Salvation Army Men's Flome, where tills 'conveyance is kept. Id other Gorman cities tho Drunkards' Brigades still use the old-fashioned., stretcher which requires two bearers. The drunkard, whose address Is known. ' Is taken home, while tho man who can not supply his address is takeu to a rough couch lu a special roont of the - Men's Home to sleep off Ills lutoxica tlou. rty

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ROYAL ROMANCE. AN INFATUATED PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 October 1909

ROYAL ROMANCE AN INFATTIATF.D PntNfl!. Aii account of tho Imbroglio arising out of tho secret marriage of the Ii - fanto Altonso of Orleans, cousin of Jie King of Spain, to Princess Beatrice of Siixe-Coburg-Gotha, as given by tho Prince himself to an Intimate friend, presents the case (wired the Paris cor respondent of the 'Dally News' on July 2G) in an entirely new light. So far from King Alfonso refusing his consent to tho union, as reported in despatches from Madrid, his Majesty favored the marriage with Princess Beatrice, nrl vatel.v gave him leavo of absenco for that purpose, and personally Intervened by telegraph with the Bamberg eccle siastical authorities, In whose dioceso the wedding took place, to obtain the { dispensation necessary in the case of a Catholic marrying a Protestant. The young couple first met in Madrid, at tho wedding of the King and Queen. The Prince, still in his teens, fell despe rately In love with Princess Beatrice, and proposed to her, but his suit was...

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