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THE DERBY. Sydney, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
THE DERBY- ? Sydney, H'ucsdai h At Ran'dwiclc this moVning, ^ K catlion, on'o o£ the Derby eiiu(1 was badly beaten by, Vavasor # K end ojP a mile by six lengths in ? ^ H The New Zealander tii'ed ' While schooling mo w H les C. Olarke a jockey, rcceivc ^ K nasty , fall and was t%rt011 . ,.se B course ini rather a 'bad way. Hg ovor-jumpea himself but wa K
EGLINTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
' ' EGLINTON. ? (From Our Correspondent.) : Tho' parents and citizens held a. spefcial meeting last week, when it was decided to hold a concert on Wednes day night, 22nd instant, the prico of admission to be sixpence all round, for the benefit of the school. . A good programme is being pro pared, .and everything points I o a good evening's entertainment. A meeting of young men was held here 011 tlie 10th instant to try and form a cricket club, about twenty of those Interested attending. A sum of ;£2 5s was jubscribiid in the room The membership foe was fixed at 5s. The following officers were 'elected: — Patron, Mr. J. Miller, M.L.A.; presi dent, Mr. M. Freeman; vice-presidents, Messrs. G. M'Grogor, J. Cox, G.' W. ^aylor, E. IT. Taylor, .T. .T. Sullivan, .T. I-I. Stocks; - secretary,- Mr. J. Tay lor;, J treasurer, Mr., P.' G. Cox; and committee of management of 10 mem bers. As it is a, very difficult task- to form a -club, in .an agricultural district, it is liopcdl that the endeavo...
Wattle Flat. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
Wattle Flat. ? ? . (By .our. Special Correspondent.) 'Sweet Auburn'- might have been ad diessed to Wattle Flat. ' 1 ? This . pretty flat , is ; remarkable at iirst 'Sight by.:, the '. great' ^scarcity of wattles. . -When 'the flat was named there' may have been lots of them, or perhaps it ;was -intended to plant them, 'or. betteiV 'stillv the golden blossom was emblematic of the golden- harvest, un der: the surface, awaiting the pick and shovel. - The .settlement 'is about GO year :-, old, and in the golden days boasted nine hotel's, and 15 stores, be sides: numerous butchers, bakers, etc. | A 'large population was supported, by the 'alluvial: diggings,, which gradually ceased to pay, and Wattle Flat be came: almost a 'deserted : village.' Years afterwards quartz-mining was started on , the Flat, hundreds bf shafts being .sunk 011 the reefs, some of them very . deep. The country . was hard n.ml ; tlirv vr-in« srnnll lint. tliA 'Snlifnrv' , mine , was. ' successful, .and tlie 'Big Oa...
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH Chambers of Commerce. THE EMPIRE CONGRESS. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (From New South Wales Countrv I Press Association). E Chambers of Commerce. the empire congress. ? ?' ' Sydney, Tuesday. A. urlliant assemblage attended at / thV Centenary .Hail, this afternoon at the; pfficialvopeuing of tho Empire Con gress ,of the i-Chamber of Coninierce *;Sir:l, Albert. Spicer,; President, hand ed a- voluminous addross to Lord nn#i ley .for ; ? presentation ' to iija ? Majesty, the King on behalf 0£ tho H CGimbined; : delegatesi ' Lord Diwiw n in,.; declaring ., tho ; Congress opened', said he would cable their expressions' of fervent loyalty , to His Majesty. ne tendered a: cordial ; reception to th0 delegates on behalf of the Common wealth, and said that the task was one that ; deserved the : sympathy of the Government. Half a century ago Great Britain was ; far ahead of other (countries in regard to production and now it' was one of a group which had allowed others to get ahead of her iu some lines, owing to- her conservative methods. She wa...
Hydraulic Sluicing Co., Wattle Flat. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
Hydraulic Sluicing Co., Wattle Flat, ',(By our Special Correspondent.) This company has; been operating- for a -few months upon the site of old- air Juvial ? workings) ; A 30-liorse power portable has been placed , in ; position; which pumps -the: tailings . and water through an Sin. 'Auction and dollverv pipe. The pump land pipes -are exactly the same as vaiised' in -'1 . .dredging: The wash .is' .delivered; .,;;in- ,:a powerful stream;'^and is then'ruri down sluice boxes fitted, with ripples. By the time the,, inud iand water reaches the end. of the sluice the gold has been caught. The mud deposits itself in . a dam^ which is rdpidly .becoming re claimed, while. the' water ilows out at the far end, fairly clean. Then, it is led: by a circuitous chan nel to; :the intake .of the .'.puiqp once more. ; On its way miners throw down into the stream' 'the wash dirt, which contains' the -gold,' and niujcli of tlie gold is deposited in the rough bottom of the race, before, the stream reach...
A Visitor to Bathurst. FIRST IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
A Visitor to Bathurst. FIRST IMPRESSIONS. Mr. E. I-I. Innes, inspector of tho :P.ost '-Hind iTfelognaph Depajntmoiiit in Western' Australia, is now in Ba t'hui'stt Th'is gcntHenian hafs) been in thn cftrvtr.o nf tlue Western' Aus ti^ajinrt GbvemJnentt ftm many , (years, ( and is now enjoying a woll-oarned iliolidaj^ He Iws tine bonflden'c'e ' (if liia Department, and althongli i(t (is not part of his duity, it is almost certain that when 1'° fl°turns to his State, Ins Department will receive, (through: him, (some valuable hints and suggestions. Mr. Innes}. is ono of those mien who,' althouglr on a holiday, cannot resist tli'e temptation to investigate, inquire, and secure every hint which would 'bo of valuo to his Department When in Adelaide he went right througli tho different offices, and was trea'te'd courteously, aVciy ijT(toiima tion that lie roiilcl possibly requiw boing offered him'. What impressed him most' on his arrival at. that' city, was tho information Bureau having lin...
HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
HOMEBUSI-I FAT STOCK .SALES. The Pastoral and Finance Association Ltd., report-: — About 21,071 sheep and lambs were penned, the quality was again good, several very prime draughts coming from Riveiina. Buyers were in big at tendance, including Sydney Meat; Pre serving Co. and exporters. In view of1 the- favourable cables received fioni. Europe advising a general improvement in the demand for mutton, stock being short and prices firmly held, buyers op erated, very freely and prices were very firm, the market being a good free one throughout. Best merino wethers to 21s sd, prime 17s to 17s 6d, good 15s, prime merino ewes to 14s, extra to 16s icd, good from Us 6d to 12s. 6d, me dium from 10s, best crossbred: .wethers 21s 6d ; best crossbred ewes, 16s 6d. : - There1 was a small supply of lambs forward, and prices firm. Prime 12s, extra to 14s 3d, good from 10s. 1,176 cattle yarded, over 300 coming from Queensland. The quality was well suited to trade requirements.. Buyers were in full ...
Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Tuesday. Wlieat, milling, 4/S%d to 4/9; I prime,. 4/7 to 4/8. Flour, £10 17s Gd to '£11. Maize, £3 8s. to £3 10s. J Barley, Victorian cape seed, 3/2 to 3/3; feed, 3/. ' Oats, Tasmanian white, 2/G;'- Al- 1 gt'rian, 2/3; seed 2/4 to 2/5; feed 2/.' ? 'Bran £4 5s to £5. Pollard,' £4 5s to !£,5. . 1 .; ; Chaff: -South ' AustraJian', ' prime, vheaten '£4- 10s to £4 15s; Victorian/, prime wbieaten ,£4 to !£:4 5s; choice' £4 10s;, prime oaten £3 10s to f£3 19-! Cfl Oaten Hiay, Victorian1, '£4. ] De'nriclt; straw, Tasmanian ;£3 5;; Tasmanian £3. 1 Lucerno, Hunter River, now green, £3 15s to £4. ? Old hay; £4 to £4 10s. Potatoes, Victorian red sldns ''£0 103. to !£7; pink eyes !£G Dp £G 5s; snowflakes £5 to £5 10s. ' Onions, Victorian Spanish Browo;:^S, to £6; Japanese £9to£io.- , . Butter-, choice, 11 2S,, reduction-of 4s. per cwt.;'best second 86s. to 96s.; 'pastry Sos. to 86s. Cheese,; prime, -6d; good, ,sd;to„s J^d; rougli, 5d; prime large, $d to ...
THE CO-OPERATIVE SALES. FULLER DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
the co-operative sales. FULLER DETAILS. The Co-operative Wool and' Produce Co. offered 2511 bales to-day. The market was extremely brisk, and com petition keen from all sections : of the trade. Greasies were geurvf.lly of :a high class, and top p.-ces were real-' ised, such as 14%d for two lots . of Mungie Bundie and several lots from Is upwards. Seconds were' a';so w«!i competed : for, oat tho j ^'-eclion1- em braced! few high Iclass lines. Following are the particulars of ; the greasy wool off Mungie Bundie (Mot ree) : — . -. Siiper . and - limbing, ,14%d. . . ' First- combing, -13d. ? . -i . Second combing, 13d. Necks, ll%d. . , ? - Broken, lid. ? , . . ., r First crossbreds, 12%'d. .' 'R. N. -Moore (Ash), Gilgandra: — First combing, 12%d. ? , * : First nieces: 9%d. ? - JiM.A., Willow Tree, super., comb- 1 ing, - 13%d; super, combiug, I-I, 13d; ! super, combing E, 12%d; necks, lid; ) broken, ll%d; A pieces 10%d. F.W.B. ) Dumble, Goodooga, first combing; 12^; ?brolcen, 11 %d; F. ....
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
Si'DNEY PRODUCE SALES. ' Sixty six trucks ofl-ored, 22 pasted. | ?Chah', advanced 5/J pjcr ton, clioice 5/, prime .4/2 to ,4/G,- ' m'edium to good 8/5 to 4/, inferior 2/G. Lucerne liay, very, firm; choice sin a! lbales 4/9 to 5/, prime G/ to 6/6 Prime derrick stralw 2/3 to 2/7. Potatoes down 10/ per ton; ehoico tabic G/9 to 7/1, prime G/ to G/C, Imo dium 4/11 to 5/10. Turnips, prime sw.odo 3/3 to 3/G, medium 2/9. Tul'nips from' Lewis, . George's ?Plains; 3/3; Gitfffonj iBathuitst, . .pa.'B of ! a truck was sold at 2/9. ??
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909
WANTED, Competent MAN to tnko chnrgo of Stallion for season. Ap ply ERNEST MUTTON, -Lagoon. WANTED TO BUY, Pair Sound. Stout GALLOWAYS, broken Saddle nnd Huruess. Kail particulars and price 111 writ ing only to«0. M. MILLER, 110 Lambert street, llatluirst. YJtf I LI. tlio Young Lady who saw Gentle 1 V man in Straw Hat standing opposite Ryan's Butchers t-liop, William-street, Ba thurst, on Fridiiy forenoon last, nnd who afterwards crosFed streot to spenk to old gentlemai), kindly send her address to ANON Y fit OU-S, P.O., .BLAYNICY, who is earnestly desirous of making her acquaint once. .. 1 /piLlflAllANOK SALE, TLiltt UaY. Kur VV niture, at Misa iUaher's, 59 lvcppul Blrcet, 2.30 p.m. JA''. Al'l'S & HUN. Musical and Literary Association, INTENDING Members of tho above are notiilod that Tickets are now ready, and can bo obtained from tho Secretary. , prices : £ s d Member's Ticket. (1 Gent, and 2 Ladies) . .. ' - .. 1 1 0 Gent's Reason Ticket . . . .. 0 10 G Ladies'.. .. 0 7 C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909
[?] The woman on the right never used Ayer's Hair Vigor. She neg lected her hair, and now herself suf fers from neglect. On the contrary, the woman on the left has always used Ayer's Hair Vigor, and oweB to it much of her youthful appear ance and attractiveness. filler's %air Vigor produces beautiful hair. Long, rich, heavy hair. Soft and silky hair, free from dandruff. Pr-nvtd by Dr- 1. C. Aycr & Co.. tcwcH. Ham.. U.S.A. NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.VV. Mrs. A. E. Gibson, 75 Holterman-St North Sydney, N.S.W., writes:— 'My father. and I have taken Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabtiles. Before taking- them we were afraid to eat, but now we can eat well, without any ill effects after wards. We cannot praise them- too liighly, and we recommend them to anyone suffering with Indigestion.' Dr. Sheldono's Digestive Tabules are an unequalled preparation for the cure Indigestion, and all' Stomach Troubles. Trice, 2s Gd per tin. For sale every where.
PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909
PRODUCE (SALES. : ( Sydney, Wednesday', Fifty-two trupks offered, 21 passed. Both (potatoes and chaff wer.j lower, , the market was glutted with potatoes The salesmen' experienced considers able difficulty in disposing 1 of their consignment. ? Potatoes, choic'e 7/1 to 7/5, prime G/2 to G/6,. mediuim t'o goodi 5/ to-. ;5'/9./ Chaff, prime 4/6, medium to , good 3/6 to 4/, inferior 2/6. Choice small' bales, of lucerne- liay 5/, primle 4/4 to 4/6;'prime large ba7.es 4/2. . 1 Second .milling wheat 4/10 per Dush el. ? ? ? ? Lucerne cfliaff G/\t, good 4/7, lucerne hay from. Lewis, Bathurst, plassea at 4/11. to- 5/2. [Derrick straw from Pratley, Kelso., passed -2/G. Potatoes fitom Ha,de, '-J^ewbilidgo, passed, at 6/2. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909
A iHXT OF VALUE. Those '? who .get on; in the world are those who never fail to take a valu able hint when it comes their way. Here 'is a hint, which may prove of great value to you. i Mr. W.1 H. Jones, -bakery ' Railway-}! street, - Cowra, says: 'So.me months ago 1 caught a chill, 'which, settled in my kidneys, and I have been suffer ing - ever since with ? bapltcache. It was a - dragging 'pain, right in the small of my back, and came against me considerably when at work. I got a box of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, .and they proved exceptionally good, for they cured 1 the backacne iu a very short time. From my own nersonal experience, I can there fore give this remedy .a very strong] recommendation. I have not the 1 slightest doubt that tliey will prove equally beneflcia.1. 'UK others, as they have to be.' ? , ? ; . Eight years: latere Mr; Jones says: | 'T ' was living in -Forbes when I made I the above statement. -Eight years is a long ti/.ne, but the . time lias not affected*, t...
The German Menace. MUSTERING A VAST ARMY. THE KAISER TALKS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909
The German Menace. MUSTERING A VAST ARMY. the kaiser talks. x LONDON, TucBday. ' There are 120.000 men, with 540 guns -anti. 29,100 horses, attending the German '; autumn' manoeuvres at Mer erenftiMm t - The -Kaiser's guests' 'include the ! Archduke . Francis-Ferdinand of Aus tria find Mr. Winston Churchill (Pre sident of the Board of Trade). ''An. -airship is used for observation purposes,' whence officers report the position'- of- the enemy and the effect of artillery fire direct to the General -'in the rear.' . ? ' \ Many church tower^ arc being used as. receiving -stations, and- the cavalry carry a; portable wireless apparatus.. After,- reviewing an Army Corps' at ^Karlsru'he yesterday, the.. Kaiser, stated:— - ? We Germans - are glad to bear arms, and therefore , carry the burden of defence lightly and ? willingly. . . ' . Our. army.-is^Va' rock - of'' bronze whereon peuce is based. ' So long as the human race endures ? '? there Will he enemies and en viersr * TheVefore there w...
The Australian Cricketers. MATCH AGAINST SOUTH OF ENGLAND. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909
The Australian CricKeters. 3MATCH [AGAlksT SOUTH OF (ENGLAND. London Tuesday. ? There were 1500 spectators. ' ?w'iien play was resumed niter liinclv. Tho sun slwlne brightly. Tho bowlers were O'Coimor and Wliiitty; Hh» batt ers Vine and Turner. , . Vine, was given out lleg before wiclcet to Wliitty when 34. He played ' sound -cricket for tnvo liomte, Tuiuer i.1 pltiying froely. — 4 for 119. 1 — iBrauna joined Tuti-nor, and was howled by Whitty for two, when the latter was 25. — 5 for 125. Tfurner on played ^O'Connor, off the leg, wlien 27. His slcore .was com piled! in 50 minutes. Young- 4. — 6 for 131. .Tack CrawfoiJd followed Turner and, when 9, was howled by Whittv. ?—7 for 140. - ,? Arnold - was : tbjo nextj man to bat. He was given out leg before to O'Con nor for 7! when Young was 4. — 8 Cor 149. ? . Vincent went in next iand hit a elder when one, off O'Connor, wnVcli was caught by Armstrong in tlh,e s)5ps. Young 7 — 9 frtr 155. ) Young was . glvetr out leg bclore to' Whitty fo...
FOSTER FRASER AND AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909
FOSTER FRASER AND AUSTRALIA... Mr. Foster.- Frnsor, tlie renowned author, in_a spoecli at 'the Town Hall, Sydney, on Monday, said one of the great points about tills country was the frankness ot Us people. / He had heard of their wonderful curved streets —(laughter)— and of their tremendous ^commerce; of their harbour; and of their charming ,' womeu. (Laughter.) But what interested him .most was the great country behind Sydney. Thure they . had virgin land waiting foreman to„make It productive for tho'lienefit of all classes. As far -as I10 co.uld make out, Australians had every right to be optimistic. He trusted that as a result of the visit of the Chambers of Com merce people, instead of loaving Bri tain for tho United . Stntes; would come out to this part of the. world, and live here under tba Union Jack. .
THE SHORTHAND WRITER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 16 September 1909
J'THE SHORTHAND WRITER. ' At the Sydney Criminal Court on Thursday last Judgo Backhouso re ferred to the great .benefits he derived from the assistance of a shorthand writer. In. summing up a case to a jury, he '? remarked, 'If,, gentlomen, after you retire to consider your ver dict, you desire to have any portion of the evidence rend to you, I shall be glad if* you let mo know. I have- al- ways made use of a shorthand writer to take down tho evidence; we have a shorthand writer her.e, Mr. Berry, and the work could not possibly be done bettor than it Is.'