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EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

EXPLANATION. - The Editor is. sorry that several let ters have been held over until next week owing to pressure on; our , space, A man more absolutely governed by pure reason than. Lordr-Macaulay could not well be found;- but' iii' his diary he refers- to an' .after-dinner talk ' about the feeiing v/liicli; Johnson hatli.of think-, ing onself bound to touch: a particular rail-or' post and 'to tread . inT the middle' of a paving stono^ and; lie adds: '1 certainly have this very, strongly.' 'Int one of '-liis I-Iibbert lectures ? Max Muller said 'to the students. Many of' you'; I suspect, carry a half-penny with a- hole- in it for iluclt. ,1 am- ashamed to own'that I -have'' done- so-' myself' for many years.' , ' . iMrs. Justin M'Carthy:: lias told how Parnell' ' gravely .« checked -her stirring coffee 'the wrong way,':, and insisted tiiat she should take another cup. ;A gentleman vol Portrush: sent Lord Roberts an old horseshoe when things Ioolafedf ill ! in . South Afrlicai. . Grat...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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A Mystery of the Part. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

A Mystery of tlie Pa t. ; (By P. G. Cox;) One bright moonlit night, we wore seated in the long, wide and somewhat quaint \veri-ndaliy which ran along the front 'bf 'Alstram,' an . old homestead, now going to -ruin . ^It is ;a picLu ncsque oid.^pla»b,'-'kito'&i'n's-on»:d-: rise, overlook- j ing Egliiitoii, -a ' prosperous village on the'-'Macciuaries;:^ Standing, there a sym bol of' the past.? What tales it could tell ? - Days -of pioneering and struggle, built ' with iVbricfesiTnirnt on the estate by convict labor.- It had ? once been aipla'ce^'of plenty;! but now, told, a dismal tale ot neglect, jj Changing hands tim, after - time - it lidd ? received but little attention.- '??'.'The re|Beeincd.;.to be the spi rit 'df - mystery; -afloat, in the air,- as wie looked - over « the. , lawn end down towards the - l-iyer:;; whoso course, was marked .with 'oalis; and willows which could1 -be - plainly! seen; in the moon light. , ' Jr, , iTliere, wasr'a.-'tale- o£ the pasL con necte...

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THE EDWARDS RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

The EDWARDS RIVER. Hie Edwards River is an ana-branch 'f the Murray. It is a verjv slow .lowing river owing to the flatness of ?lie country through which* it passes. IL'ie country round the . Edwardu is ta- I ucn 'l1 by squatters who follow pasr I 101 :,1 Pursuits. The sheep are mostly merinos, cross-breds and come-backs. 1 lie shearing season is JulyT August and '-eptember, the shearing: being done by i Machinery. During-tQe shearing sea- - on the shearers work as hard as they 1 an- because for every iOO sheep they -tear they get 257. -, As .East- as die C.oece cumes off the sheep it is put into ?rackets anil taken to the woolclasser ''J loiibeabouts where it is sorted and ?sicked in hales and is conveyed to Diiniluiuin and from Denildquin , it / is t'tu to .Melbourne and thence 'to Eng *aud ? The next product of import' 'nee is fish. The fish are caught prin 1;il'ally at a settlement on the Edwards 'ttmed Wakool. The fisliTs the Murray-. tho largest being GOlbs. l'n 1907-S 13 tons...

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BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

BOY SCOUTS. Tlie subject I am going to write about is the Boy Scouts. In Bathurst! there is already one patrol, and it' is I properly registered; but they have not ( got their scout master.. We are think . of. starting a patrol. ; But once it is Starf.ml .lr ,Krail,l /.i-/' to get suclr articles- as are - re- ? quii sd and' appoint a scout master, and then the people ol Bathurst not to take any interest in them. Look ?it -the .Sydney 'Scout's. ' Ttie 'popple of Sydney: take 'an 'Liiiterest.' in'-them;'Hviij' npt the people, of Bath'urs't take an in terest in Batlnn-st patrols.' ..It, ^teaches the; boys- something. b^iveflcial^ v.l',lliopc j the, peopl'e of:. Bathurst will, look -u, pon - this . favorably .-. f Of, course; I ?doonotr: mean' the. people. 'to^doi.so unlessithe 'ARTHUR MEADE , Age, 12 years; fifth class.. , - (There lista-goodideallof (trouble, Ar thur, jn getting- the -.-Bathurst' people 'to, take - an - interest- iii - anything. . Thejr, have , gone off the, boil-r-go...

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THE ADVANTAGES OF FOREIGN TRAVEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

THE ADVANTAGES OF: FOREIGN ; travel. The.: advantages^-der-ived; from travel ling are 5'almost ; boundless, i It is' lm .possible'- to'iconstantly- tcome in- con-' tact 'With , strangers, enter : into- con versation wiin);iuem, .'near? tneni ? speak eloquently of their native country; without being-inspired with; a wish to travel. This- is the best way to become up-to-date and- .broad-minded; 'Apart1 tiom the. knowledge and means neces-: sary to permit a person travelling, one becomes acquainted with the -natioriil characteristics, of. afferent countrie uie,.moues ot conveyance, -tlie postal ar rangements, ? the languages -and - the countries themselves. These 'may 'ite easily and perfectly , known through trav,el.. Then, on returning* ;a person of /the: .world; .cannot. t fail,' to still 'be interested in those places one lias vi'i ited. Thus they -keep: in 'contact, with the- world . . The Governments;^ too,, ex hibit a wide' field ' for observation.' Whe^ thei- ' countries-: whic...

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A LONG TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

A long trip. I left Cooiabah- for Bathurst on 'the Sth ; of -January,'' 1903; 'and' passed1 through great copper mining country. After, stopping -at. -Wilga for ai day, I j loft about three o'clock in tho morning,! xi'nrt passed by fields 'of wheat and maize ! coming at length to Giralambone. Af ter leaving there the train passed large forests of pine; and gum traes. After passing miles of forests we Came to a' plain, and then stopped at Nyngan, where we stayed till 10 o'clock the next morning. 'When I left there I passed a large station and dairy farms. After reaching, Mary Vale I crossed a tributary of the river Bell and came to Wellington, then on to Orange. Changing, T caught the first division o'f 'the mail and then I went to sleep until I reached Bathurst. When I got to Bathurst I wenT' iown to the place from whence the coach starts. -And at four o'clock I started for Sofala. j FRED. FRANKS, i Age, 12 years; 4th class. - (Why did you stop sluTrt just then? Why didn't you tell ...

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BONNIE HIELANT (?) LADDIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

BOJfATLE HIEjLAA'T (0 LADDIES, . ...A' short- -time ago'-'there-was- started a movement -to have- the kilts of a cer tain ; 'liighlaridi' liegiment discarded in favor' of ordinary - trousers. ?:','. It ; was; objected -that the men-would- be discon tented at the: change, and' 'the1 Colonel gave orders that a census' of the 'regl-: ment be1 taken in order- to ascertain the wishes of the men themselves. The Colonel: was the descendant of a long line of -Scottish lairds, and earnestly strives ..'.to uphold the oM traditions. The sergeant who took the census of the: regiment finally appeared with his report. 'All the men, with the exception of three, sir, are in 'favor of the change,' lie announced. 'Indeed!' the Colonel said; 'tell me tli|e names' .of ;, these tnue clansmen: They shall, be promoted.' 'They are, sir,' -replied the sergeant. 'Patrick Doolan, Hans Steinbrenner, and-Moses Isaacs!' r

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IT COULD BE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

XT COULD D13 DOSE. -Two farmers met very recently in a market town, not a hundred miles from Aberdeen. Farmer No. 1. — 'Wull ye talc twal lioun,':;for ..-that -.coo -ye-, were: speakiu' aboot the ither day?' Farmer, ;No. , 2— 'Na, na!, I couldna pairt wi' 'er.' v No. 1 — 'Bit ye telt me I could get her for that.' No. ^2. —'Ay, bit that wis the ither day, an' the wife- winna hear o't noo. She'd greet hersel' to djeath ower't.' '-No. -.1.— 'Weel, weel! Sic like is women folk. There's noch't mair to he sail '.on the iiiait'ter.' : :No. 2. — 'fl'm nae sac sure o' that. Male': it twal poun', ten, an' we'll lat tho: wife greet!'

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Cycling and Motoring Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

Cycling and IVIotoring Notes. Now ' that the 'Australian' road rac ing''- season. is ih full swing, it is1 in teresting to compare the. fastest timoa yet recorded over the principal long distance' road racing courscs in AuHtrn iia. ' Taking them according to their distances. The record for the Dcnlop Go's, big road contest f^pm ? Warrnani booi to Mel bou rne is- ? hel d ; by T . Lar combe (N.S.W.) ; he in 1007 . covering tho '165 miles' in '7 hours '40 minutes 10 seconds, equal to an average , speed of 21% miles per: hour; 1 The. Bathurst to Sydney- record (133%- miles) ..isj'held. by G. Jiorder (N.S:W.), lie negotiating the course p in 7 -hours .*30 minutes 45 seconds, equal to nearly 18 miles per hour; s- The ; Goulburn to, Sydney re cord is T. Larcombe's. His time; is C hrs;'35mins. ;3Gsecs.,- equal to 20 miles an hour. -:The Hobart-Launceston Dun lop' Test ? Race : course ..-(UC '..miles) has been -' ridden by E. I-Iardman ! (Tas.). in Clirs': 52mlns 50 3/5sec.v equal ;to nearly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

There is not a partjicle of opium or other narcotic In Cliamherltvln's Cough Remedy, and jevo.- has been since it was ilrst 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 oiioup, anil can always be depended upon. For sale by L. Edgley and Co. dairymen at tho llequtest of different inspectors'.' Mr, _ _'Rc&uSaw

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

WANTED, S-aniples Chaff and Al- | gerian Oats, quantity aud lowest price. B. H. TAYLOR and Co. . i j ? Edison standard pkono- ?] GI-' '- PII, Searchlight Horn, 70 Selected records, ' Unreserved Auction, Monday ' p.m. A, S' LOW, and Co., 1 Auctiont 3 MONl./f TO LEND on all classes i secarity in sums to suit bor row, dr. A. S. LOW and Co.. Aucffion eers. FURNITURE, Am Jines. Modern, up-to-date, lowiest prites in town. A. S. LOW iand Co., Auction eers. | , , Black- okpingtons and wuirk ^ LEGHORN. Eggs, 5b aud 7b 6d set, tiDg. W. MOKCOM, Ureek-etreet. 1 FOR SALE, 3 ^Meadow Bunk Scoops. Cost £62. For quick sale, £20. E. H. TaY^jOR & CO., Auctioneers. PERSONS Trespassing on any i-art ot Braflwardinfl, T,-ill be prose cuted R. G. EDGELL. LUCERNE SEED. Try Spring Sow- I ing for bare patches, prime Tam- c worth guaranteed free from dodder. Only; at PREEN'S the .Quality House. £ EED POTATOE3, clear samples, 0 true to name. 'Early Vermont' and 'Early Rose' earliest sorts for \his distr...

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POLITICAL LABOUR LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

? 1'OUTiatL 1A110K LEAGUE. KWi.e-i 01 al)ove was held at Bern,.3 Rooma last night. Al E eniiT t presided. There was Keoiri i U teudance ol members. It was H-tVlllCd to ... I Ier nf «cuou m tlie mat 'amu.i ° *or uomiuatious for a tat \ t 101 'le ^ac(iuarie Federal latum ' r° eu-loi'so Mr. .Carr's caadi ioi-iItwh Was dec'dea to call for iontcst t°|US f°l' caudia^te3 willing to 'ouupii , 6 vacancy in the Municipal iidt(j , °r Noi'th Ward. It was de L |.j,t ...... a euchre tournament ph |nsj° 'us^' aud a social on the I3oldcn 0. ° au mnre- Slipper .(not the laude,, ' is tatag worked riglit '^onabiv , miuetou' s° that U 'lnay 'iviidv Presumed, that her |yd„(!y aUt cil,ato giving her a' trip to ' whcii 10 '5 eugased in the Epsom ,10. T^o° bas tte handy, impost of lie lijij n °Uel1 no'- a star performer, filinary '°Neii herself a 'cut above the

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

!/\ ? ? . i 1U..V iO.£u S'nio 'Sva iU ®'re®trade, 1 . \ j er«--at effn i1' Prolectio», . ? 1 A,'nost cvov 1aro mado '? 'c''5 ''ave tilm °lection! '# Sou,» are at Btake' ut t'loy ;lli J 'J'sts- pure; i 1 \ iVoodjj' gJV 0m tako v' 'V ? 4tat Peppexmint Cxtre,^' m

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The Australian Cricketers. MATCH AGAINST ESSEX. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

The Australian Cricketers. MATCH AGAINST -ESSEX. London. ThursrI.i.v The century .was compiled in 125 minutes.' ? The weather was bright. ^ The baiting o£ McGaliey, 44, and Gillingham, 36, was mostly made hy The wicket was now slightly easier and when Gillingham was 46, McGahey was clean bowled by Macartney, both scores being then equal. .Gillingham hit up 56 in 95 minutes. Carpenter was caught 'with a beauti ful, high-up, right-handed catch, at mid-off by .Cotter, bowled Macartney for 22.-5 for 192. 1 Gillingham was caught finely' hy Cot ter with the right hand' at second slip off - O'Connor for 73. His score, which occupied 140 minutes in com piling,; was made by splendid driving and leg hitting. He made eight four ers— 6 for 2i9. Gibson 5. Reeves retired through having 'been hurt by a ball bowled by Cotter hit ting him in the body when his score was 14.— -6 for 235. Gibson S. Buckenliaon was caught at the wick et by Carter, bowled O'Connor, for 10. 7 for 249. Reeves Tesumed when ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

Victoria College of Music i (Loud)- Incorporated 1801. ^ ENTRIES close November 10th. Sylla bus and particulars from Local Sec- ' rotary, Miss ETHEL BltAY, 152 William street. Political Labor League. 1Yf OM1NATIONS will closa with tho J _L_N Socreiiary at G o'clock on Fri- ' dajy next' from Candidates willing to contest the extraordinary vacancy in tho North Waiid^ ( H. C/ fVAHRENKAMP, 1 Hon. iSocty, 188 Peel Street. 1 COMPETION CHOIR. ? i rilllE NEXT MEETING AND FIRST X 'PRACTICE of tho abovo will bo 1 hold on TUESDAY NEXT, 7th Instant, l at 8 p ni., in tho Technical College Lecture i Hall. All Intending Mombors aro roquostod to j attend. Music procurable at Slade and Co, 's. - 0. c. TOWLE, Hon. Sec. NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERN MENT RAILWAYS. CHEAP EXCURSION TO MEL BOURNE. Wednesday, Suptemucr 15, 1909. (CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS a £2 Gs. First Class and £1 13s. Soc ond Glass Singto, and £3 !0s Firsl I Class and £2 10. 3nd Class lioturi will be issued to Melbau-'rne by Ordin ary train 'ie...

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Floods. DEVASTATION IN MEXICO. 1000 BODIES RECOVERED. FLOODS EXTENDING To TEXAS. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

Floods. DEVASTATION IN MEXICO. 1000 BODIES RECOVERED. FLOODS EXTENDING To TEXAS. London, Friday. ijatest news from Monterey, in North Mexico, gives fuller particulars of the awful devastation which was caused hy the recent floods. I It is impossible,- even now, to say approximately what, tlio fn00 i.oJ [and property amounts to, but it is something appalling. Pitiful scenes are reported of hard ship and suffering, and stories of hero ism and self sacrifice arc coming in daily. Rescue work is being pushed on, uodies have ajlready been recovered, some from the limbs- of trees, others from the roofs of houses. No estimate can be made at present as to the losses, as many places are still cut off from all communication. ?file valley of the Rio Grande, to the extent of hundrj.is of miles is flooded, the flood waters reaching out for fully a hundred miles in width. The flood waters of the Rio Grande have backed up, with the resul^ that many other towns in North Mexico have been flooded, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

(j Wot.d.iys bring a b!s' crop of 1 Co'.tli', Ii.l'i cnzar.nd Bronchial 1 Trov'ileB. peps nro the surest | snfeKunrd aK.-.i..st wet and J eluiiif-vcable weather perils. .1 1' '-P Peps always handy. B r.,il rlely nil the throat and jj eiiest ti uubles of this llcklo (] ili.cl un : jr!.ain weather. I 1 Pops aro a true brertth * ins cure. The powerful t] -If balsamic odours aro ln ' '?- hniid directly Into tho i P A tl rout, ehost ancl lungs. *?.?*?«» and provide a unique ^ ;...f and unfailing remedy, j ^ ^ 1 C 1 ' 1

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

FUNERAL. HARRISON, — The Friends of the late ? ilrs. Norah Harrison, relict of the lato Alfred Harrison, aro kindly invited to attend her Kuneral, to movo from her lato residence'. Woodville, O'Connell, THIS DAY (Sat r lay) at 12 o'clock for tlio Oliurcb of Enprla: ? Cemetery, O'Connell. Ml, .. AVELLINGTON & SON, Undertakers, 164 William-street, Bathurst. FUNERAL. rj- HOMPSON.^—iThe frienldB ofl tljie X lato Mr. Edwalrd Thompson, of Ciear Creek, are respectfully invited to attend Ills Funeral to move from Mi-s. Anderson's Gais Works Hotel, at 4 o'dlofclc THIS (SATURDAY) , AFTERNOON for the Catholic Cemetery, Balihjurst. W. BOYD, Undertaker. Telephone 11C. 1S2 Piper Street

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AUBURN VIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

AUBURN. VIC. William 1 ewis, 39 Victoria-road, Auburn, Medi ourne, Vic., writes:— 'We ?have found Dir. Sheidons' New Discov ery work's wondors with our children. During the cold, winter months we wuuiu, uui, cuiisiuer it Eaie to ijo witc out it.' | Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and ColdE is an unequailed preparation for tllic cure of all Chest Complaints- and Lung Troubles. Price, I Is Gd and 3s per bottle. For sale everywhere.

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Our Dairies. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

Our Dairies.. Tlhe attention of dairymen is di rected to the following qutestions* and anawere ivhioh Qamfe before Ithe Stato Parliament on Wednesday last. ivr,*1 ?Rrniivn asked the Premier, — Will 'he conisider tihu a'dvtisabilitiy of handling' over control of tlie Dairies Supervision Act to the Ag ricultural Department:, so aa tlie areas outside Municipalities are con cerned? , iMr. Wood answered,— It is thought lUiat tjhe spirit and intention o£ the Act aro nowhoro so i^u'nctualiy and efiiqctively carried out (or at least with few exceptions) ti)s in -exthu municipal districts where tne ponce are the lociai authorities, aud it is not tliougiit desirabel iu tho general public; i,n't,eri0st that the .cfrgauisa tion, which has worked so well dur ing the iwist itjw'eirt'y-'tihree yesirs, should be thus disturbed- at present. Uaifarniity 'im 'JuBiieiOtion ot' iDlailiJ ios: — Mr Brown insjlced the Colonial Secretary, ? Will he t have regulations framed -under the sDairie's Supoi'V|is- ...

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