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Musical Examination. ST. JOSEPHIS CARCOAR. Mount St. Joseph's Carcoar. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

Musical Examination. 'ST. JOSEPH'S CARCOAR. ' „ ' -aiioiint 0:t'. « -Jcfepph,',s,:-vCarci6ar. 'The- results ? of the Theoretical, Examinations flicild last Jutae,. in con nection witlli Ti-iinity Cojlege o£ Mu sic, A\iei-e a-eceive'd! tliiB morning. The Sisters of Mercy at Carooar, are to* bo once 'more , rcongmtulated .on j the isucceSs of tlicir.^puipUs. i -i Followin'g /is'-the list of. successful | candidates: — ? v ! ?; .'.w InltermedS^te 'piviGJion ? Miss 'Ethne Clegg!, '.(HOnoi's;) .: ' I Mias Ged^cs, (Honors.) / 1 Miss Kauffmann, (Pass.)^ Mi'bs, 'MoUflj', (Pass.) Junior Division. -, - . Miss - Prosper,. iMJss Syilvia ?; Martin,. j\Iiss Iiatie' Miller. Preparatory Division. . ? .Miss-'lM.- Mallilonv Miss Ajny -.Hynes;. Miss Lena -Kealfne!-,, , ., ,-iVenie Dopovan, : Misfs MellS - Brown,': - Miss FioreniCjCi Nb^v{lan',~Miss ^Annie. ? Cos Itigftn,'. Miss Kathleen: Mjoon, v.-- iMifesj Kathleen NowSan. '

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AUBURN, VIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

AUBURN, VIC. ' ; William Lewis, 39 Yictoria-roady Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., Writes: — 'We (have i'oim'd -Dr.1 Sheldons'. New Discov ery worlre wonders with our cliiMren. During th'e cold, winter ' months we would not consider it safe to bo with out it.' .. 1 ' ? '.vi Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery' ? for | Coughs and Coldte is ' an unequalled preparation for. tlhe curb or all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. Pi'ice, Is Gd and 3s - per bottle. For. saie evoiywhere. ?' , ? ;

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MR. A. CUTLER'S' RIFLE CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

' MR. A. CUTLER'S RIFLE CAREER. , . In speaking of his early days of shooting, Mr. ,' Arthur Cutler, at Friday pight's meeting in connection w)ith the Junior Cadet movement, -said that yhen he started lie had had none to , coach him. He had picked the art- of shoot ing up naturally. That was the best way to learn to shoot. -.'My , first am bition,'; said Mr. Cutler, 'was- to re present my- Club, next -to represent' the colony, and Jastly to represent Austra lia. -It was by energy an' .probably a little luck that I gained all points. I Jiave represented my club rurny tini^s; *iy colony in the international match, and Australia when' s faotiug against Great Britain ' and N-iW- Zealand; at Randwick, in:1907.' i In thut- match lie had gained top score, defeated ' all members' of ? the?: various - competing teams in addition vo securing' a fifty guinea cup. ; ,

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FOOTBALL WALLABIES v. KANGAROOS. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

FOOTBALL WALLABIES v. ICANGAROOS- - Sydney, Saturday.' The contest; between the Wallabies . and Kangaroos came : off at the ? Royal ; Agricultural . Ground . this ,- afternoon, s ia the -presence . of . 20, 000, 'spectators; , ; -The following were . 'the . teams .-t^ ; ; , 'Wallabies.' — Full back, W. Dix; three-quarters, , , Mandible, Hiclceyi Farnswortb, Russell; t half-backs;v A.: vJy McCabe; McKivatt;-: forwards,-: P.. Burge^ A. Burge,' :K.; Gavin,; McMurtrie, Bar;:, uett, R. R. Craig. 1 ! 'Kangaroos.'^— EJulI back, :;W.:; Neill ;] three-quarters, A. Broomham, H;,;Mes-. ^enger, W. Heidlce . (Queensland), F. Cheadle; half baclts, A. ^Butler, A. Holloway ; forwards, j S. . Pearce, , E. 1 Courtney, - W: Cann, W. Noble, J; Da vis, A. Burdon. 1 Referee, Mr. I-I. M. Poulton. ;. Th 5 game ; was a very exciting one, and a't different . times- , the,,-, scores stood:' ' 1 . ? -Kangaroos 3, Wallabies 0. ~ Wallabies 5, Kangaroos 3. Kangaroos 5, Wallabies '5. ? - AVallabies 10, Kangaroos 5...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. MOOREFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

. SPORTING. . - TI-IE TURF. , MOOREFIELD RACES. ? The weather .was fine for the Sep tember .meeting, and the attendance, goo'dl ^Following are 'the results:— 1 Hurdle Race, of 80 so'vs'., about 2 miles : I-Iermcs, 9.0, 1 ; : .Hotstui - ,9.0, - 2; Sulu, 9.'0., 3. Betting: l'O t'o 1* Her- mes. Won by a length! Time, 4.2 - : Trial Stakes, 60 , sovs.-n l; mile: Mar-, cotinav 7i9.', fl;' Lady Diplomat, 7.9, ::2; Suulike, 7.8, 3. , Betting: 6 to 1 Mar cotina. Won by a length and a half;i Tlme;',l,.^4.l 1' ' , ' „ ,r , ~ ^ Iflying 'Handicap, lOO^sovs.,. ,G; iur-, furlongs :-'.-S'inny; South,-; 8.5, j 1;;; Poser, 7.4., , .2; ' Ba'iqiio, ' '6.7.,', 3.' Botting:., 7 to '4. Sunny South. ' Won , easily. Tithe, ilSW-' ^ ) ' r !' Stewards' Mile, - 100 so.vs.: Confetti, 8.9, 1; Bucltleberry, S.10, 2;' Vauntiei 7.1, 3. Betting: 6 to 1 Confetti. Won by two lengths Time, 1 44%. | , Moorefield .Handicap,,- .100 sovs., .'.1J4 mile: Ambassador, 8.10; -1; /Pharos, -8^7;;, 2; Diplomat, 6 7, 3. Betting,' 5...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

BOKHifJQTGN'S WILL ANSWER ? t0 tlle question— is it the best. Yes it is undoubt- E ' edly the best Coiifjh Kemedv that skill and purest — \ ingredients can produce. This preparation has J beeM curi'K Coughs and Colds for upwards of 45 ; ]; yCarS' allfl aUholl«li uunierous imitations have 33 » j appeared from time to time none have stood against . nil ' ' Bonnington's ' of 40 years fame. I : pa, .BONNINGTON'S I' IP IRISH MOSS Tlie ideal family medicine is equally llilllW - fceneficial for Adults or Children. Mothers can give it to the little ones with every confidence as |jl|il|a2alW'' it is entirely free from harmful narcotics. (A/ SOLD EVERYWHERE - 1/6 6 2/6 |j Jj|j i Do not take imitations — *ust ask ^1 far « RaNmNCTItN'S ' n r.rl ooa gil I that you. get it. ?- ; groeB®SSi3332EBns;w^ ? aafnaatro-aB»B«FCT^m.nj»a«w;i:^t -manaBSSl (1 ... U Jtii Purveyors l-y Special appointment to Jji. ® i TaE EMPRESS OF RUSSIA, l j NeavesFood j H lias for more than 00 years be^7\ the* || B Infant di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

Blood poison resulting from small wounds Is becoming nwre prevalent, .tiven so slight an in Jury as the scratch of a pin ?niil sometimes-, cause blootf poisoning. The safe war is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm as soon as the injury has been received. That lini ment prevents all danger1 of hlcod pois oning and causes the injuiry to heal in about rne-third He time required by the usual treatment. Fojr sale by, L. Edgley and Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

The Best I ^ou8'1 Drops Cherry Peclora!. Sixty years ago physicians first nsed Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and ever since then it has been the standard cough remedy all over the world. Thousands of families, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, keep a bottle of it in the house ready for an emergency. j 1 filler's ! %hzmi federal controls the spasmodic efforts of coughing, relieves the congestion in the throat, quiets the inflammation in the bronchial tubes, and prevents the lungs from becoming involved. There are many substitutes and imitations. Be sure you get Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It contains no narcotic or poison of any kind. Put up in large and small bottles. by Dr. Ji C. Ayer & Co., Lowrll, Mass., ILS.A. PF^Th) 1 E N H THE DOCTOR: *' Ab ! yea, restless : j? and feverish. Give Kim a Steed* H man's Powder anJ he will «oon I be all right.' ? | Steedmm's Soothing Powders CONTAIN f™?5 | LLJ[poison ILL Sold by Elliott Kros,, Sydney

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CANADA AND IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

CANADA AND IMMIGRATION. '. J Speaking of. immigration, Mr.'. Ward; the representative of the Daily Tele graph' in London at the Press Con ference, said Australia-was not promihent in that respect. All eyes . were turned towatds canaaa. j.ne last census showed Canada's population to be 7,000,000. It would be over 8,000,000 when the next census was taken. People were pouring in and taking- up land, and. the whole Dominion was feeling the! effect of it. The result was that wages were never so high before. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

,^1/x AT ALL TIMES I ' The beverage for all times, all weathers, for men, for women. Wolfe's Schnapps 1 It Is healthfully beneficinl. I .... at once .... j A DRINK ! A TONIC I j A MEDICINE 1 fi . BUY WHOLE BOTTLE8. j in. .Mii-iinmr-— -— ? ,, , NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. Itrs. A. B. Gibson, 75 Holterman-St North Sydney, N.S.W., writes:— 'My father and I have taken Dr. Sheldon s Digestive Tabules. .Before taking tliem ?we were afraid to eat, but now we can eat weli, without any ill effects after wards. We cannot, praise them too Jiighlv, and we recommend .them to anyone suffering with indigestion.' Dr. Slieldono's Digestive Tabules are an unequalled preparation for the cuie Indigestion, and ail Stomach Troubles. ?Price, 2s Gd per tin. For sale every wheie. i !??«?'

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WONDERFUL COONAMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

WONDERFUL COONAMBLE'wf The annual report presented '/.at thef annual.nieeting of the Coonambiel. P. and A. Association disclosed . the fact* that the past year's show had been the best on record. In prizes and trophies the sum of £433 was paid away, against 1 ^'328 in the previous year, whilst the' expenditure on the grounds, had in creased from ^12: to £253; , Receipts' showed a decided improvement, and members, increased from .343 to 461. Owing to the growth of the society the committee have found the ^present grounds to provide insufficient space, and have applied to the Government for additional land. — But then Cponamble is a wonderiul little town and they pull together up there. .

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER II.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER U.— (Continued,) V» 'Oh, dou't trouble to excuse your ec'li! It Isn't necessary with mo, 1 can assure you,' Nina answered' in Jifi' contemptuous voice. -i (j,ti|ite un derstand. ' You let her go, you cast her on the world's mercy with a tarnished name aud fe'pnttationi,' a'ii'11 a ('.o.'icate child' to support into the l-argain. I wonder how long the struggle la&'ted, .poor1 girl! And I ateor. wvmTer' — she Ibo'lvM l-atafly at Uv.'liili — 'why you have, t'jalteiir sis into youir iconuuenp.'p.'i it isu l a pleasant story either tor you to tell or for me' ' 1 1 hear, May I :;ask why it was told?' - ?, , Ua.i:'ii dad ,nat ansvvcjr. Ills-',.' 1/iCO became very thoughtful, and When at last ho spoke his voice had ?' grown curiously low and tre.imi3ous. ?1 -(iion't know.' he said. 'only it vas the lirst uliiug that Mashed across my mind as soon as I Veald that' — and he pointed to the' news paper which Nina still held, in her band, i l'elt its if 1 m...

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OUR NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

- OUR 'NAVY. '. With regard to the British Navy (said the ' Daily Telegraph's ' correspondent at the'Impetiai Press Conference) there appeated to be but one -man who 'was .not satisfied,- and that was Admiral Lord Charles., Beresford. The review held in honor of the press delegates; ..when, the vessels of war extended for '1 8 miles, gave the impression that all was satis factory at the present time, and naval men, when asked if the two-Power standard existed in fact, pointed to the ships and said; 'There is no other Power which could bring together such a force.' None of. those vessels were more than 10 years of age; all were built 1 and paid for within the past dozen years, and those Dreadnoughts were wonderful vessels. The first vessel which gave the name to the class was ths-weakest of the lot. The piity was that' every 'person,' ?' in the Empire could not 'see that display of power. , ..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

WANTED, Useful BOY, able to milk. Apply JOHN LEE, Kolso. WANTED, a COOK. No washing. Ap ply Mrs. GILMOUR, Blackdown. \\T ANTED, DAY NUliKE-GIRL. Pler.se it see Mrs. BONE, 173 William-etjeot or 'TIM1-S' OFFICE. PERSONS Trespassing on any part ot Bradwardino, will be prose cuted. R. G. EDGELL. PROGRESS A'psocaation. Adjourn ed Committee me'etiij at A. H. and P. Rooms to-morrow Wednesday at S p.m. All Citizens interested in tho success of Bathurst ais a Tourist ..Resort;, tho beautifying of tho Mar ket Square!, and in the matter of a weir in tho Macquarie. River near Rankiuis' Bridge are cordially invited to attend. A. H. NEWSHAM, Secret ary. Musical and Literary Association. A MEETING of tho Committee of the above will be held TO-NIGHT, at 8 o'clock, at lioavis' Eooms. Business— To allot trophies and fix a weekly mooting night. G. H. EVANS. Hon. Secretary, Guild Social. THE . nimol Guild Social takes place TO-NIGHT in the OFDFKLMJWS' HALL. Niel.nlls' Orchestra. Tickets:] Gouts'. , 2a ...

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DR. COOK INTERVIEWED. STILL SOME SCEPTICISM. THE THERMOMETER ALTERED. RECORDS LEFT AT ETAH. London, Later. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

; ' DR. , COOK -INTERVIEWED, - ? . , STILL SOME SCEPTICISM.-: ' THE 'THERMOMETER' ALTERED. RECORDS LEFT. AT ETAH. ' : . London, Later. The 'Times' special correspcmdeut,. and Mr. W. T. Stead, of the 'Review: of Reviews,' searcliingJy crossexam ined Dr. Frederick A. ' Cook,' 'in ' the presence of GO journalists and all, these are entirely satisfied that Dr.; Cook, is an upright and honorable: man. The 'Daily Ctoouicle's' correspond ent is 'sceptical as . to whether Dr. Cook reached the Pole, and as to. the truth of. .his.;. narrative. ?-J:, . 'The Daily Mail' states, that the majority of the newspaper corres pondents came away from the inter view with Dr. Cook quite satisfied that he wns speaking the truth; and with a full belief in his narrative. I Dr. Cook stated that tlie lowest tem jperature he had experienced was S3 degrees Fahrenheit below zero, not 'centigrade.1 j The doctor states that the 'mistake was due to an error in transmission by telegraph. . ' 1 Dr. Cook says he. took...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

COMPETIOH CHOIR. -T«HE NEXT MEETING AND FIRST X PRACTICE of tlio aboro will bo held 'J O-NIGHT ^TUESDAY), 7th Inst, at 8 p.m., in tho Technical College Lecture Hall. All Intending Members are requested to attend. Music procurable at Slade nnd Co.'s. O. C. TOWLE, Hon. Si:c. muni September 14 aud 15. CLYDESDALE STALLION, £25. BLOOD STALLION, £J2 12s. SHIRE STALLION, £10 10s. SUFFOLK STALLION. £6 Gs TROTTING HANDICAPS, £40 and 225. Cheap Trains All Linss. T. J.MAftTIN, Secrotarr. Dr. Walter M. Cartes DENTIST, 76 William-street , Ofip. School 0/ --rl' McSoiley's Billiaid Saloon, Wil liam-st, Bathurst. 4 SPLENDID TABLES. Efflcien t Markers. Perfect Appliances. TOURNAMENT NOW ON. Noticf- to Trespassers PERSONS found REPASSING t UT TING FENCE: or DKIVING STUCK the uucormention . lauds WILL H li OSBOCJ I'KD after t... s date: — KILLONGBt TTA ES TATE' 0 KINK A ESTATE. SALTRAM ESTATE CANGOURA ESTATE BLARNEY ESTATE ANTWR8MV BltO £200 KKW aKDT' ?'I^HE aoove Reward wil) bo paid to aiy JL peranns...

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THE NORTH POLE. ARMIRAL NARES' OPINION. CONEY ISLAND OFFERS £50,000. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

THE NORTH POLE. ARMIRAL NARES' OPINION. ' . :CONEY ISLAND' OFFERS £50,000. ? London, -Monday. Dr. Cook adheres to -all'-'hls 'state ments^ n.otably as to cold ''.reaching 317 ..below zero Fahrenheit. Comman der Peary recorded 05 degrees below',1 ami rLieutenant Shacklcton 5G dogrces' below. ? . ? -? ? ? ? -,.( Interesting particuiars ;,are -jglveiu of the equipment carried ' by -Dr. Cook on- nis expeuition. ? ? Included among many' -presents for his Eskimo friends were' blscultsi' axes, tobacco, - matches, and' other things dear to .'the Eskimos', hearts. . , 'The details of the. equipment.. -were kept secret, In order to forestall Com mander Peary. ; ? ? .Admiral .Nares, who commanded the Challenger Expedition in 1S73(i and;, tlie fAi'ctic Expedition of . 1875-7G, . points out many reasons for scepticism,'.' ;and , blames Dr.- Cook for taking Comman der Peary's Eskimos (wliom Comman der Peary had kept''alive and trained for years)', without,; consulting-.. .Com mander' Peary, or at...

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WOMAN THE SAVAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

. ' WOMAN THE SAVAGE. ; Professor Stany of the University, oq' Chicago, iwho otcnsionally stailtles ,1iUe worid with unexpected .and sen satiohal criticisms, has made another liittAi- attack on womankind,' in which he says: ? 'It is impossible to civil-. ise woman, itot*. her fundamental na ture is barbaric, and fihe coutlnttanco of the race depends on. the rigid as sertion of tUis diffdrenda b(-U\\#;en man 'and woman. I challenge anyone to tfelrow p. iilngjle flrst-'class a-^iieve'-. ment'. by -woman in literature, science or art. Her religion is- notably that of lower cultured She is always sir ing signs everywhere. She is the chalf supporter : of spiritiuallstlc jne il huns- She founds iruw sects |ln which the religious attitude of savag ery is given new names. This* liwe'n tieth century woman -shows herself uu xiULUCi uuyuuwu tuui; uci jui»t,*«« Sister by Jier love;, of Drlght colors and by- deooTating herself .witfh . 'birds and the furs of anjmals, aJso by hor Jovo of jewels a...

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Ensilage. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

Ensilage. The Western people have had a bad time for ..ome years paBt, but they have also neglected many of their op portunities. The West is a wonder ful country, it is either wonderfully good or wonderfully bad. The people seem to be built on the same lines— they are either wonderfully prosper ous or wonderfully troubled. In good times, the West is so good that we settle down, and 'taJke no thought for the morrow.' Here Is where we make the mistake. .When we have I the good seasons, we should conserve J what tho Almighty gives us with such a free liand. But we don't. We just mi uiui J mint; £ u u) nil! uuuru. tr« ter runs to waste; grass goes dry and! burns out homesteads;; -ye are carer ; less and absolutely ' lmproviden(t.-.';ahd ' our money goes 'like:;the ' water ;- and then, latpn, on, ,w° \yant both the, wa ter and 'the money,' and' we haven't1 got either one or the other.. The. peo ple of- Victoria are a model 'for ''Aus- tralia.^ They; conserve, ;. 'everything except! thei...

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"WRETCHED DISTINCTIONS." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

, ; 'WRETCHED DISTINCTIONS.' The contest Jor social distinction is a phase of the battle of. life which led'^Mr. ',G. U., Reid into a homily on snobbishness, in a recent lecture. When one of a long line of noble an cestry* found hiinself a marquis, said he, he', never seemed to rest UU he was a duke. ? This little; weakness of' the nianjuis was very much '-'in 'evi- dence in the most democratic commu nities ;.in the world, and in the hum blest clashes' of ' society.' .Here in Australia they saw a great deal of it. One of the noblest- things about -'the British. peerage was that there was often a tie of real affection be tween the castle and the cottage, and no .£. such jast . 90;,' teinjSt ( .as 1 . w 'u'ju.d ' 'ha found :in this country between the wifie of the wholesale draper and the .wife of the retail draper. (Laughter). Let them just think, of the awful chasm, between these two' ladies,'. or of the difference of social position between .the- wife of the ^retail -draper and, th...

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