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CABLE NEWS. The British Budget. THE FINANCE BILL. THE LAND CLAUSES. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
CABLE NEWS. i The Briiish Budget. ' THE FINANCE BILL. the land clauses. - ' ' London. Thursday. 'The Daily Telegraph' says that a British Cabinet Minister yesterday ex pressed his personal' opinion that there would'; be ' a general election in Janu ary next, even if the House of Lords passed the Finance Bill.' ' .The whole oi the Death' Duties Clauses were passed ? after a fourteen houia' sitting. 'The Time's' comments on the pos sibility of a dissolution of Parliament The^Liberal League states that some members openly ? opposed the Land Clauses of the Finance Bill in the be lief that the reasons in favor of this would outweigh the Constitutional 'as pect of the matter. ' Sir. G. Cave, Conservative ^Member for Kingston, says that this shows that ?the Liberals are advancing to the opinions held by the Conservatives iu July, whilst the Conservatives now., generally favor tlie rejection, of ;tho Clauses pure and\ simple.
Ireland's Troubles. THE LAND BILL. BIRRELL'S HUMILIATION. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
Ireland's Troubles. THE LAND, BILL. BIRRELL'S HUMILIATION. London, Thursday. In the debate on the re-committal of the Irish Land Bill- Mr. A.Birrell, Chief Secretary for Ireland, in deal ing with the clause forbidding advanc es in respect of purchas~e holdings if the tenancy was created after Janu ary 1st, 1908, moved to alter the date to September 15th,, 190'J. The' Nationalists then threatened that-' they would abandon their support of the Bill' if' Mr. Birrell persisted in the amendment. Finally, Mr. Birrell 'asked leave to withdraw the amendment. ' ' i The Rt. 1-Ioa. J. II. M Campbell. Conservative, representative of Dublin University, said that Mr. Birrell's surrender was a prediction that Bir rell would never touch a. lower depth of degradation. The 'amendment was put and nega tived by 197 votes to 30. ? ,
THE MILLTHORPE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
V THE MILLTHORPE DISTRICT, i ? ijCilops throughout the MaaJtJaorpe district, are looking splendid, . and grass is very plentiful. ,.Mahy''ti:appr .eis and hnyers are leav'.nR-'tlip —dlST. trict o(wing to the scarcity of rabbits! | ?Up' to the present lambing lias -turn: -ed -out well, and farmers are jubilant about the general harvest prospects: The present season Bs one .'of ...the wettest knovm, the rain conling 'aft nice intevals. i ; , i;
The Geneva Congress. THE ALLEGED REQUIREMENTS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
1 he Geneva Congress. the ALLEGED ^REQUIREMENTS.. London, Thursdajy.'; ' 'Mr. Keir Hardie presided at the fi nal meeting o£ the Young Egypt Con gress which was held at Geneva. e It ' was resolved tha' Egypt ? should rlnmtiml : ^ ? -The evacuation of that country toy | Britain's forces. : . I Representative Government . j I Liberty of the press. Free schools. JlaWomed ben Fared, chief of the National party, declared, in the. course of his address, that they would never ?ask Britain Don a Constitution^ butj they Svould ask the Khedive and would soon obtain it. . Iiamed al Aidy road a paper, in English, declaring' that it was , not England's business to nmt down, anar chy in Egypt, any more than Mexico or Poland.
BARBERS AND BAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
[' . BARBERS AND BIAKEIRS'. . : The Bathurst Barbers are , after the Bakers' scalps. . They want revenge—' they want a , deep and , gor/jr revenge.'' Now ?'.then,' 'Bakers, ' how, iitta you go ing to, have' it? Will it ibe cash, or a banquet or just far. aivilDaent?' You can have it any way youi liko. A banquet would be a eplen'did ideai, but, if the Bakers amo beaten, let' us earnestly Impress on the Barbers not p,astry. , It jnJgh^Jj.q _ fetal
THE BOURKE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
v 1 ' 1 t ?... THE BOURKE PEOPIjE. The Bourlte peoitlc have always beeni the plucldest and most determined of the back blocks. They have had years of depression and drought , and yet, the other day, when they sei«t the hat round for the A. H. and P. As;sociation '£625 was showered into it! 'What sort i of people are they out Boiirkfi way?
The Australian Cricketers. MATCH AGAINST SOUTH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
The Australian Cric'Keters. MATCH JAGAINST SOUTH OF ? ? [ENGLAND. .. Gregory was bowled by Douglas when. 2.— 5 for 151. ? ? -/. Hansford, when 12, was bowled by Douglas. Armstrong, -2.— G for, lSS.^ Noble next went in, and was caught by Brauiid, off Vincent, for 5.-7 for j.oy. I M'afcartney was given out legbefore 1 wicket to Douglas for 0. — S, for 17(-. Armstrong, when 13, was bowled by Vincent. '? Carter, 0.^9 for 182. At lunch adjournment Carter was iiui oui i, anu u (Jonnor ,4, with ,9 wickets down for 195. ' On resumption the attendance was 700. ' O'Connor was bowled 'by a' yorkcr from Douglas for 8. Carter not out 7. Sundries 18. , ' ' Total 199. The. whole innings oc cupied 195 minutes. ' The Englishmen then commenced their second innings, Vine and R. Relf biitting. ^ When Vine' was 10, Relf was bowl ed by Armstrong for 17.— 1 for 33.' 1 , Turner followed, and was bowled by Hopkins for 11. Vine 20—2 for 48. - Llewellyn was the next man... lie was caught by McAlister at long ...
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH Commerce Congress. PREFERENTIAL TRADE CARRIED. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
HEWS BY TELECRAPH ' (Prom Now South Walos Country 1 Press Association). Commerce Congress PREFERENTIAL TRADE , V CARRIED. . . | Sydney, Thursday. J Tlie Congress of the Chamber ' o£ Commerce was contiuuad .to-'day, tflio ,nefeiJential trade »|;solu(laoii , (indi-r * yi^uail vote) was carried.1 iby ,81 to 31; tl10 Chamber vote was: GO ror /tlie resolution and S against it, neutral 11. .. _. ' ?- ' .J/ On resulming this auemoon. avir- Yt'arufoot Davis moved) the following rcsoluaion: 'That tills Congress views ivlth much salialapliou' the inierestj siiowji by the Colonies in the recent discission reflating to tllie jmatnten-\ auco ol' the naval supremacy o£ tho 1 Empire and desires to record in its proceedings the valuable assistance ,,-iiirh they voluntarily proferred on 9 that occasion and therefore express) hope that eitlicr before, or at the next, Imperial Conference, some prac- 1 tical scheme may be elaborated which, i will result in' an effective and organ ised co-operation 'bet...
NORTH WARD AND POLITICS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909
'.'NORTH WARD AND POLITICS. (To the Editor.) Sir,— It is evident that the last jg| peiytence in South Bathurst has not «| fjured the local labour league o£ t1111 B absurd notion that anything 'in tiio ^ Si of politics is possible to-day in conncc- K tion with municipal matters. The Lo- B cal Government Act has made tho 0 time .work, of the old-time aldermen, an impossibility, and to-day a hodj 01 aldermen ' cannot take a single sW'1 outside the limitations of the four cw' ners of the Act, no matter how aux'ous they may be to do-so. And in pasa'Uo let me say how. fortunate the Bathuis Council , has been , in: having a inun ot the calibre of Mr. Kenny in the c during the past two years. Onto » capable1 control the ratepayers not observed the vital change that ^ taken place, under -the new Ast. ® is not a public body in the city » politics of any kind is so out o£ P ' ' in fact, so impossible, as in 1 ls' .' for tho matter of that, any othci nw cipal council in the state. Let the - 11 ...