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THE ROAD RACE. FROM BATHURST TO SYDNEY. WON BY LUNDIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

THE ROAD RACE. - -FROM BATHURST TO SYDNEY^ I WON BY LUNDIE. --'Lr-fhe great cycle road-race from Ba thurst came off on Ssiturday. There were C9 starters. ^liTfianks',Jt6!:tlie officiate at this end; rfssis'tecl.' by Mr. Arnold Rigby, par ticularly,; .there „ -\v-as not .a v-l^itjh.' ?CPKo'i-e was '-aMarge crowd-, at'.the^R^il' Hotel Lto '-'See'- tlie# start and ' the c'oiiit p.etitqiis .were imp'aittilally . ^n%. ;.of£ with'; the chcers and good wishes of the onlookers. 1 . 1 .TJiei ^.1 officials ? here were: '? Starters, : Dr. Busby,, : H. Crago, Arnold Rigpy,-; /ipiA W.»} H.; 'Shute*;;; chec'lc sta.nter; , Mr. . 1 V. ' J. Toii]dnj 'time-keeper, - ;L. .Wimfiof ^ fel.^tfts^vof taomj-£|c',:- MesniV.v W. ! H; -Head and J. Rivett ' . ^ , .....The_..,competiloiis . ? iivere - 1 - dlsputcihed in the following order: — - ... At 7.5 a.m. ' NO. HDCP .1: Richards;. C. W.,. . , . ; . . 55mins. ,2^ Newton, II ? (.. .. 55miiis. ? 4 '.tefferay, G. S ? jomiu. 7 ''Webb, G. E ? * ... .. -55min. 8 L...

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ANTI-WAR MEETING. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

ANTIWAR MEETING. London, Sunday. An anti-war meeting held in Paris in connection with the 'International Trade Union Conference culminated in a. free fight. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

Wlwn hronchlial -tubes of fell catarrh Give no lu'nceriain hint, Tho be'st of cure ibolli near and far ; ^s Woods' ' Great Peppermint. ' The truth ? is great, and will, prevail - His blesjsings' will - en dune. ' These' are the virtues iiliat ? -we hail ! 1 In Woods' Great Peppermint Cure,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

There is not a parijicle of opium or ?other najrcotic in CJiamberlp.in's Coughj Remedy, and aeve/ has been since it was first offered to the public. It is as safe a medicine for a cliiild as for an axlu3t. This remedy is fam ous for its cures of colds and croup, and can always be depended upon. For gale by L. Edgloy; and Co.

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CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

CIVILIAN RIFLE CLUB.. , , The following scores' were made in practice on Saturday : — ; I 600 000 Tl. I J. Bartlott ... 35 31 .06 O. Byatt.. .. . .. 35 30 * OS P. Tonnant .. 1 .. 32 32 : 64, O. R. Suttor . . . . 29 3'J ,62 A. Cutler 31; ;-..i;',31.;j-,.-62. 15. a. Wobb .. 1 .. 32 ' 30 62 P. Holmes ..33 28 61' G. Hardwick . . ... 29 J31 60 J. 'Thompson .. ..25 33 68,, A.Byntt.. ' .. 29 -29 v 58 J. C. Webb . .. , 129 '27 ? 56 I B. Cutler f:-.32-'' -24 56 E.G. May .. „ .. 27 27'. '.541 E. Cutler .. ... 28 26 c 54 H. Hansard .. .. '26, 25 51

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Rifle Shooting. BATHURST CIVILIANS V. PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

Rifle Shooting,. BATHURST CIVILIANS V. PORT- - LAND. . A rlOo match- takes 'place at;Ba thurst on the lltihi September, com mencing at 2 pVm. : between' 'tpamsi/ire' Ipnesenting ? the Civilian Riffle Club and the Portland Rifle! ,CIub'.4-Messrs. A.,, -13., and B. Cutler, H.. Hansard, G. Webb, G. Hardwick, O. Carpenter, I A. -and C. Byatfc, , and B.,*: Holmes. Emergencies, J. O: Webb -and ...E.v fffinnant. The team wiH be |ten't?r- -1 taineclj in tltc Masonic Hall at-' G.SO p.m. i -r-f . ? '?

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INHUMAN LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

INHUMAN LAW. The Mudgee gaol holds a somewhat remarkable conflnee at present. The risoner is a Tipperary woman, 86 .years of age, who has been placed in 'dur- ance vile' for refusing to pay £1/1 costs given against her in a recent case. 'There is something Russian,' says the 'Western Post, aoouu law that insists on such a course be ing taken and against whicli we must emphatically protestf.'— and eo must all humane people. ^ _ . -t)'

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B COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

B COMPANY. Major Wallace 'Brown inspected 'B' j Company at the Drill Iiall on - Satur day afternoon. The , ir.eu ' turned out | in perfect style — every belt and buckle I and pouch was just where it should 1 be. Uniforms and arms were in ner fect condition; arid the* men showed that they were smart soldiers, vdrilled by officers who knew their work. ( It was just one company, but it' was a. perfect piiuo 'of mechanism^ of ' a-'per- ^ect machine. ^ iAmongst;) those pre sent were 'Messrs: John Miller, M.L.A:, and Mr. J. Watt; an old officer, and several others wlio believe ;-in 'the; eh couragement .of our defenders: ' The officers wore Captain Pringle, .Lieu tenant Duchatel-' and Lieutenant 'Paul. The Company were afterwards drilled in the country. .Major Brown '.'ex-* pressed himself as well satisfied .with the men and their work, and compli mented the officers on the smart and soldierly appearance of the' company.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

Mr. W. C. Wockner, Toowoomba, Queensaand. writes: 'Cliamberliun^ Cough Remedy is an eoccellent Remedy. I have been suffering from a cold for tho last two months and it has effeowd a cure. It is a pleasure for me to recommend, it to anyone with a baa ca;d.' This is th. opinion of one o£ ttie oldest and most respectjd residents in Toowoomba, and has been voluntarily o-iven in good faitli that others might try Chamberiain's Cough Remedy and be benefited as' he was. For sa.e by; L. Edgley and Co.

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THE TECHNICAL COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

THE . TECHNICAL COLLEGE. On Saturday, night a deputation from the ,8-1-lour Committee waited on Mr, John /Miller, M.L.A., with reference to tlie Establishment 'of - mechnical en gineering classes at the Bathurst Technical College. Mr. J. Maloney (President) and Mr., ICemlo put the case before Mr. Miller, . and that gen tleman promised to visit the Sydney Technical College and find out just what they, were doing, and then lay their, case before tho Minister. Mr. Miller assured -the deputation that he would waste no time, and would see, that their case was 'put before' the authorities in such a way -that their claims would receive the fullest con sideration.

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MARKET DAY MEETING AT OBERON [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

MARKET DAY MEETING AT OBERON A well-attended meeting- of the pa rish, loners of5 St. Barnabas' Church, Oberon, was held on Wednesday after noon, the Rector, Rev. F. J. Harris, presiding. The object of the meeting to make arrangements for tha annual Christmas Market Day. It was decided to hold the Market Day iu tho Federal Hall, on Saturday, December ISth, and a general committee was formed of all those present, with pow er tb add to their number. .Collectors were appointed to collect cash, or gifte in kind, in the town' and district. Tho various stall-holders were also appoint ed These will include fancy, fruit and vegetable, cake and dial, and retreslimem inK gallery will be in the hands of. Messrs . E . Humphries, J 'Slogett, and A E Walker. An executive committee; was appointed, consisting of Messr^. A.. Stevenson, A. Morton^E. ? ^ A. E. Cox, R. Strong and J. Doust. » was also decided that a concert- be the evening of Ha^et D^. Weather.— The weather for the last few days has been...

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C.Y.M. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

C.YJL SOCIETY., The usual' weekly meeting- of the Catholic Young--.1 Men's - Society rwas held on,Friday .nighti in their.' rooms, William-street. .Mr. T. Muivihill, (Vice-Chairmali) ? occupied the chair. After the usual business was transact ed, a musical evening,., with - games, was indulged' in. So large, was. the, attendance 'that Mr. J. Fisli1 (Secre tary) spoke of -.removing the wall to make more room to accommodate the members.- The work of the Society to provide a rational amusement, en tertainment, and education for the young men of the., town, (is .one! ? tie-: serving of every encouragement.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

f! ; . lite jBathiri-fii mints. ? MONDAY, SEl'T, 6, 1909. I

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SCHOOL MEETS SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

SCHOOL MEETS SCHOOL. The King's^ School boys—ontcrtaiii-l «d their St. Stanislaus' football op- 1 ponents at dinner at the ..Royal Hotel 011 Saturday ;:niglit. . The greatest cordiality , was?; sfiowW; on, I'both'.iisides, and the. re-union# was one7:' wh'iqhi ''will have a lasting''' impression on the boys. It is quite certain that some friend sliips were struck up 011 that occa sion which will last a life time. And that is what should be always hap pening.

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Cutting the Painter. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

Cutting the Painter. Lonl Charles Beresford is a very impulsive, warm-hearted Irishman, who says jint what he thinks at the time being. Mostly Lord' Charles is qu'ite right in what he says, though lie may be a little too pronounced in liis opinions 10 meet with the entire approval of the dignified heads of the' Admiralty. There iis a story told that when Lord Charles was shadowing the Russian fleet after its great vic tory over tfie .English fisliiiig boats on Dogger Bank, the Admiral of the Rus sian fleet signalled: 'Keep off, or we , lire.' Lord; .Cliai-les lis reported to have replied: 'Fire, and be ——to you.' Whether lie did signal this or not is not quite settled, v but it is just what he would be likely to say, and hope at the same tfime that they would Are. Many people are likely to : run away with the idea that our cabled report of Lord Charles Boresford's epeecfi at the National Club at To ronto mean;? that he advocates the dismemberment of tho Empire— that he advocated a c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

AT A LL TIMES The beverage for all J times, all weathers, for men, for women. Wolfe's Schnapps It Is healthfully beneficial. | .... at once .... 1 A DRINK! A TONIC! J A MEDICINE! |1 buy whole bottles. R NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. Mrs. A. E. Gibson, 75 Holterman-St Nor lii- Sydney, N.S.W., writes: — 'My faLlier and I have talfen Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabnles. Before taking them we were afraid to eat, but now ive can eat weli, without any ill effects' ? after wards. We cannot ? praise them too liighly, and we -recommend them to. anyone sufCering wit.il indigestion.1' D!r. Sheldono's Digestive Tubules ajre an unequalled preparation for the cure Indigestion, and alll Stomach' Troubles. Trice, 2s Sd iper tin. For sale every where. - i

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CUTTING A RABBIT-PROOP FENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

(cutting A RABBIT-PROOF fence. A case in which W. H. R. Scitt, of Wandary Station, sued A. J. Mahlo, a selector, for cutting a rabbitrproof net ting fence, was heard at the Forbes police court a few days ago. The de lendant's ielection, it appeared from tho evidence, was ueparated from plaintiff's station by an unused road, across which plaintiff had a fence, 20 years old, lately made rabbit-proof, ' nd certified to by the Pastures Protec tion Board. He refused the defendant permission to put a gate 'In the fence, whereupon the . defendant cut tho fence, and put a rabbit-proot gate up. Evidence was forthcoming from-tGie Lands Office to the effect that the road was there, and. that plaintiff had never obtained permission to close it;- nor was there any record to show that he held it in any way, though he gov* evi dence that 'it was included in his oc cupation license. This hem* ; soothe Police Magistrate dismissed th . Si « o» »-.-»«« ^ ^r» ,a

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are purely vegetable and .'on lain no ingredient that can in any way be injurious to the most delicate per son. Their action iB mild anty gentle without any of the painful sensations experienced by the use of P.lis. Cham berlain'B Stomach and lavor Tablets act as B tonic, strengthen the Bystem, and assist the natural movement Of the bowels. For tale by U Bdgloy and Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

Mr. C. Cook, South l6is, Q., says: 'Some time ago, wlilie cane cutting for Mt: Ken1, of Doolbi, I lind a severe at tack of Colic and Diarrhoea. I got some medicine from the Ghemist but it did me no good. A friend of mine advised ine to tTy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and) I am pleased that I did, for after taking a few dOKes I had entirely recovered and was fit for work next day.' For eale by L. EdJglcy and Co. aiMffiua ENGINEERS, Blacfcsmitlir aad IronfouMers BATHUR8T A&enta lor ? Maesoy-Harnla Company Cliff and Bunting ChafTuuttert Alfa-Laval Dream Separators IXL Polaon Carta and Fumlgatop Also, Cyclone Gates and Pickets, Agonts for tho Colobratodj SHIRLEY'S ARUFICiAL MANURES Ail lata' Ointment A NEVER-FAILING ItEJIEjoy fo jCX Jurns, Scalds, Cuts, liruise.', Wound Chilhlaius. and External Inllammatiou Never-i allium' Ruliof for Pileb frico, Is' To ba obtained from F. HEARNE, QiiecQtui, vVilliain-«tiMt-

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