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THE TURF. THE S.A. DERBY. Adelaide, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

THE TURF. THE S.A. DERBY.' Adelaide. Wednesday. The Derby was won by The Greek, Permain being second and Sir Edwin third.

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AUBURN, VIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

AUBURN, VIC. William Lewis, 39 Victoriaroad, Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., writes: — 'W6 have foua'd Dr. Sheldoim' Now Discov ery work's wonders with our chllidren. During the cold,' winter months we would noi consider it ::ato »o up with out it.' Dr„ Sheddon's New Discovery ? for Coughs and Cold/; is an unequalled preparation for ill 10 curb of all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubfcs. Pa-Ice, Is 6(1 and 3s per bottle. For saie everywhere.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

FOIt SALE, an Edison Standard PHONO GRAPH — perfect order— ovor 70 lle I cords. Address, 'PHONOGRAPH,' this I Office. J- UCERNE SEED. Try Spring SOW J ing for bare patches, prime Tam worth guaranteed free from doddlor. Only at P It KEN'S tlio Quality House. CjEED POTATOES, clear samples, Jo true to name. 'Eaily Vermont' and 'Early Rose' earliest sorts for ihls district, only at PREEN'S. * Q ATISfTvCI-ION' and 'Southern O Star' seed, heavy croppers, lovely shape, splendid table potatoes, onty at I PREEN'S. «- j-iioo li 1 1 1 .vi ril suuu, Biiuiui i'w .O talo for this district1. The famous 'Wed Ruby' enormous cropper and disease resisting only at PREEN'S. 0~ RDER SEED POTATOES 'EARLY, only limited supplies available. PREEN'S, The Quality House, Wil liam Street. CANAitl ICS FOR SALK ; good whistlerc. Huns for breeding. GISO. WALLEH, tlowick-street. ' returnJthanks! '\,rR THOMAS O. and Mr.'.WTLLIAM 1VJL THOMAS SHANAHAN, of Sydnoy, wish to return their sincere thanks to all kind friends ...

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State Politics. TWO PILLS DEALT WITH. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

State Politics. I t -r TWO BILLS DEALT WITH. Sydney, Wednesday, In the House of Assembly to-night the Leases Cancellation and Validation Bill was read the first time. The Inebriates Amendment Ril! wn* received from the Legislative Council and reac as formerly sent up, and 1 passed.

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Our Fire Brigade. ANNUAL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

Our Fire Brigade. v ANNUAL SOCIAL. The annual social ot the Fire Bri gade was held in the Masonic Hall last 'evening. About 75 couples graced the floor. Mr. D McGee's orchestra sup plied splendi music, which helped to make everyone thoroughly enjoy them BBives— im'. mcuee tpianoj, \Y . Knight (violin), W. O'Dea (euphoni um), and Gwilliam (cornet.) There was an air of sociability about he hall from, the commencement. Ev ryone seemed to have decided to have a good time. There was no restraint — no stiffness — no Side — everyone seem ed to be brimming over with good na ture and a determination' to enjoy what he Fire Brigade gods had provided for them. Fire Fighters are not ladies' knights except in their spare time, so they nave to depend on the ladies to at tend to the details in connection with an entertainment such as' this was. Amongst the ladies who were so prom inent in making the social evening sucli a success were Mesdames Garland, Pembroke, Eastment, R. Lowe, Bad dan, King, Ba...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian Cricketers. MATCH AGAINST M.C.C. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

The Australian Cricketers. I MATCH AGAINST M.C.C. London, Tuesday. On resumption the spectators num bered 2000. ,Ransfor)(l ,127. Armstrong was bowled by Tarrant for 9.-5 for 307. Ransfoiid 182 made -hy cutting and tlniving. His century and a half was compiled! in 2C5 minutes. ? i Rain began to fall but tlio. rn-ieU-ntmu continued their play. Macartney 17. Hansford on plalyed B'uekenham when 190. He plniy^d magniflcient, all round cricket. His score which odcjuifled 300 minutes in compiling, in cluded 21 fourers — G lor 3S8. Mac artney 19. Cotter was caught at Hhe wicket h|y Austin, off BucKenham fioij Gi( ? 7: ivijcusiTtnefy z6. Carter., when S, hit a skier otfE Buckenham, which, was caught ' by Austin. — S for 408. Maqartney 2S, playing cautiously. Laver was ?bow'ied by Buckenliam Hot 12 ? 9 for 425. Macartney was caught by Ausi.tin, bowled Buckenlham when 34. He batt ted for 05 minutes. O'Connor not out 3. .Sundries 23. Total 434. Thto whole inniings lasted' 349 minutes. Cotter a...

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CHOLERA. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

CHOLERA. Loudon, Wednesday. Cholera is spreading at Rotterdam. Many cases are attributable to the use of impurified river water.

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FOOTBALL. TROUBLE IN ENGLAND. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

FOOTBALL. TRQUBLE IN ENGLAND. London, Wednesday. The Chairman of the Labor Party, Mr. Henderson, has proposed arbitra tion in the' dispute between the Foot ball Association and the Players' Union. The latter welcomes the sugges tion, but the Association declined to accept it, considering that' the offer was made too late.

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WAR. GERMANY'S DREADNOUGHT. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

WAR. GERMANY'S DREADNOUGHT. London; Wednesday. The 'Westplialen,' Germany's first Dreadnought, is completed, and is ly-j ing in the River Weser. I

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OUR DEFENCES. LITHGOW SMALL ARMS FACTORY London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

OUR DEFENCES. LITHGOW SMALL ARMS FACTORY London, Wednesday. Engineer-Commander W. Clarkson has arranged the jilanp with the con tractor for the building of the small arms factory at Lithgow, Now South Wales; and the preparations for the inaiiiuuuuu-e vl me inacnmes nave | begun. .. | The plans have been forwarded to the Commonwealth Government. J

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TREACHERY. CORPORAL AND MACHINE GUN. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

TREACHERY. CORPORAL AND MACHINE GUN. London, Wednesday. A corporal has disappeared from the camp at Chalons, France, with a ma-] chine gun of the latest pattern. Grave fears are entertained, as the \con struction of the guu is a secret. The authorities are making great efforts to capture the corporal before he can communicate the secret to a foreign power.

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DUTCH TROOPS AMBUSHED. THEY HAVE THEIR REVENGE. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

DUTCH TROOPS AMBUSHED. THEY HAVE THEIR REVENGE. London, Wednesday. A party of Dutch soldiers and na tive police were ambushed at Flores Island, in the Malay Archipelago, and 15 were killed. Subsequently the Dutch troops killed 67 insurgents, while another body of troops killed 35.

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FIRE. SEVEN CHILDREN'S BODIES RECOVERED. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

' FIRE. j SEVEN CHILDREN'S BODIES RECOVERED. London, Wednesday. A fire occurred at St. Malaclty's, Long Island, New York. The bodies of seven children have ?been recovered, and it is feared there have been more, deaths.

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CABLE NEWS. The Empire. LORD CHARLES BERESFORD SPEAKS. FIVE NATIONS WITH FOUR OBJECTS. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

GABLE NEWS, j [ The Empire. LORD CHARLES BERESFORD SPEAKS. FIVE NATIONS WITH FOUR OBJECTS. Loudon, Wednesday. , Lord Charles Beresford, who is one of the distinguished visitors at the Toronto (Canada) Exhibition, stated that if the result of the Imperial De fence Conference produced an Imperi al organisation for war, in which the wnoie ot the torces of the Empire might participate, some provision should be made to preserve our su premacy at sea intact. Lord Charles Beresford pleaded for an organisation based on broad na tional and Imperial lines, founded on the principle of five nations:^ — Great Britain' Canada Australasia Africa India ' With— One Jiavy One Army - One Flag : One Throne ..

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

j , 'FOOTBALL. issierOay afternoon, a team ? rcpre seutiug Patrician Brothers' ??Soliuui de feated AH Saints' College by 12* points to 6. ? . . , ? ? ?? llie match St. Stanislaus'' College J- Carcoar, played vesterdav. resulted a a win for St. Stauislasu' by 5 points o nil. For the winners, V. C. Seage K°rcd au try, and R. Burns converted. lie Butchers forfeited ; their match Must the Hail-dressers and Tobac couists, . which was to be played yes Ittrduy, llie Bakers yesterday gained a vic „,rf m their match against K Webb s team, by 11 points to nil. H'liii'1!)1 :iUtl FoS»rty secured tries, Ms 'ttcucl1 iel1 ancl Fogarty kicked I lliiri''Cl{'Up team l,laired against the ttainireSS°1S aiul Tobacconists, the a resulti^' in a draw, neither [ I''0 scoring. i .... 1 4hLZes:rn team' to piay a syd Juiiin,. n' winuers of the Sydney Ground omi)etitioi-. on the Sports as f0i,nOn Satul'day next, at 3 p.m. is quartet^ Sp Ba°k' B- KGnna-' ' three I)i',vSOn ' t Colller- O. Clayton, A. ; T 1], ' ' ...

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THE CABLE PROJECT. STARTLING PRESS STATEMENT. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

THE CABLE PROJECT. STARTLING PRESS STATEMENT. London, Wednesday. The limes , Toronto (Canada) correspondent, writing on the 23rd, states that the 'Ottawa- Journal,' one of the most sober and responsible of Canadian newspapers, | alleged that through the pressure of corporate in uueuce ana speculative dealing in ca ble stocks by, persons close to , the administration of the Government, the Canadian mi nisters ha/e determined to ignore the proposed cable conference in London and to refuse their support to the movement of a system of public ca bles around the Empire. The correspondent states that this, if true, must prove a fatal blow to the whole of the great cable project.

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Floods. 2000 LIVES LOST. DAMAGE TO PROPERTY £6,000,000. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

Floods. 2000 LIVES LOST. DAMAGE PROPERTY £6,000,000. London, 'Wednesday. Two thousand people have perished in the Monteivey and Santa Caterina valley, in Mexico, 'where the recent fiood;s. created such devastation. The loss of property is estimated at £6,000,000 sterling.

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

He stood, beneath, lier window He twanged the light K»Itil,r'n.-„i1(.) ('Twas winter-time, and late a 0 I-Ic sang to hbr; bis stai'I ,.c He shortly heard the ' A loving voice said: Y01' [£(, A ipevfecfc aas! go 1 lioiiie an' ' ,-m[nt Some Woods's/ Great 1011 Cure.' . / ' ? 7

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SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

SYDNEY PRODUCE SALft'S. I Sydiiely, Wednesdw- . Fifty trucks offered, 16 passed. '- (Potatoes advanced 15/ per ton. Chaff: . 7/1; prime G/7 to G/S; E0? 5/4 to 6/1; medium, 4/ to 4/11; clu' , oaten r£5 per ton;: prime l£i Bs; ® ? -to good,; 3/5 to 3/11;' inferior '2/».w, Qf/G- ? ' ' , . %;S Primle pargo' bales lucerne hWi to 3/9: to erli 11111 3/4: inferloll 2/0. fb'afefl 3/i to 3/7;i prima oaten ra f Prime 'dumps j4/5;i medium b hffly|'4/G. 1 Good deriric(lc straw, 2/7. . .. Medium Incern'c chaff, 3/S to Swede turnips, 2/10. ... , ' Prime chickwheat 4/7^3 W p.rfli '?Du|cerna hay; from li3nntOT.0- vdlle, 3/7. _ , r-nfl. Oaten bay from 'Aitlcen1 SHJuitet '4/G; Hamley; -Bros-rf mo W'- ' 33 ' iWn'eat from Poland, Waugooift, bags 4/7%d; 24 bags 4/10.

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DEFAMATION. GUY v. S.M. HERALD. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909

j DEFAMATION. ? I GUY v. s.m. herald. Sydney, Wednesday. In the Banco Court to-day, Margar et Guy claimed damages from the 'Sydney Morning Herald' for wrong | foi'iy stiting that she came into pos session of £1000 trust funds belong ing to Jiai y -laue uniuuii.c. Defendant withdrew the plea of not guilty, and agreed to a verdict for plaintiff for £250 /without costs being j entered. -

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