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NEW SETTLERS. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

NEW. SETTLERS. Sydney. Thursdav. During the. ti' weeks ending Sepiem ber isth, '426 new, ??'..?tilers have taken up 342 052 acres of Crown Latdas original holdings and ,527 have taken up 130,976 acres as additional holdings.

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Federal Parliament. MR. CARE ON THE AGREEMENT. STATES MUST BE CUT DOWN. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

Federal Parliament. . j l10{- CAItlt OK Tins AGlJEEiUEAT.ij STATES MUST BE CUT DOWN. Melbourne, Thursrlnv. 1 tl10 House of Representatives, Mr. JJeakin, in rejily to Mr. Mahon, said 'v -^olo^atos. to Commerce' ' Congress were being entertained at a garden party as the gU0St;3 Qf Australia. He believed the people of Australia would agree with this. . Mr. Tom Brown moved the adjournment of tho House to call attention to defects in the elec toral administration. Mr. Fuller pro mised consideration, and the motion 1 was withdrawn. The debate on 'the'' Financial Agreement Bill wai con tinued by Mr. W. H. Ir.vine; who spoke strongly against the permanent altera tion of the Constitution, urging that expei ienoe showed that as countries advanced in population, customs re venue per head decreased. After a specph iftxmi Mr. Calt&, 'antagonistic to the Bill, Mr. Bruce Smith fallowed 011 the lines taken 'Fy Mf7 Irvine. Mr. Carr (Bathurst) said he was opposed to the permanence of the. agr...

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CRICKET. SPOFFORTH'S OPINION. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

! CBICKET. ' -1 I, 'SPOFFORTH'S OPINION. r Tjonflnn. ThnvSfln.v. I i - Doffovtli, in an .article ;ln a, Loudon ,;7 °n the test matches1, says there tai° never was a team better cap tion ^ ^lan ' Australian team by i°' an^ way h® use(l 'the fast v ei was as near perfection as could as f ^ngland htwl hotter cnlclceters , ►jorn'V'18 b0MinS o-fid batting was con W 1° l *)Ut '10 Australians were bet '01111° ' J)laj'ed nearer their true 'and ' y were far ahead of Eng illo m ground fielding, catching, run ti,e j.8,''1 throwing, besides in placing U, e ' and they made a much bet combination. \

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WOOL SALES. THE LONDON MARKET, London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

I , WOOL SALES. ????''. I , THE LONDON MARKET., London', Thursday. I.* 1,0 Wool Sales last evening, a e er selection was offered, and prices 're maintained for all cross-breds. _ e'e was a spirited competition in all Actions, ,

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Closer Settlement. LARRAS LAKE ESTATE. Sydney, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

Closer Settlement. LARRAS LAKE ESTATE. Svdnev.Thursriav. 1 [ in the Assembly to-night'the Minisler lor Lands moved that in, pursuance and subject to the provisions of the Closer oetilcnient Amendment. Act of 1907 lasf, this House approves of resuming an I area of 11,625 acres more or less, of private lands situated near Molong, be ing part of Larras'L'ike Estaie included within' an area 'covered bva nrnrl.im: ation of intended' acquisition ' published in the Government ?? Gazette ' of July 9th, 1909, together with an- improve ments thereon. -Mr. Moore said that he was advised that lhe board valued the land at ^,4 roi.'per acre while the own er of the land wanted ios.the reso? utiori of the Bill could but determine the value of the land, - Mr. McGowen said that the owner valued the land at £2 10s. for taxation purposes, yet, wlien the Government wanted to purchase it he asked £7 10s. 1 his House could not sanction the pur chase of any land unless they' knew what they were going to pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

Mr. C. Cook, South Iais, Q., says: 'Some time agoi, while cane cutting fop Mr. Kerr, of Doolbi, I had) a severe at tack of Colic and Diarrhoea. I got some medicine from the Cihemist but It did me no good. A friend of mine advised me to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I am pleased that I did, for after talcing a few dosea I had entirely recovered and was lit for work next day.' For «ale bjr L. Edfglej; and Co. ; ,

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The South Pole. CAPTAIN SCOTT'S PREPARATIONS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

The South Pole, CAPTAIN SCOTT'S PREPARATIONS. London, Thursday. Captain Scott, who proposed to make a dash for the South Pole, lias purchased the Terranova, used in 1903 as ,a relief shop to the Discovery Ex pedition. The Terranova is one of the largest anjl strongest of the old Scot tish whalers, and was built in 1SS4.

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The Rifle. CUTLER GRAND CHAMPION Brisbane, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

The Rifle. CUTLER GRAND CHAMPION' Brisbane, Thursday. I The Port Curtis : J. McAndrew, Hicks, Mc.Alister, Linn, Condon, Paine aud Webb £1 each. The Darling Downs : Linn, £4. ; Car penter, Cutler, Coudon and Leu: ^1 each. In the final, Linn was first, ^5, Leu and Boyd, £2, Harding, Cutler, Arthur, McAlister, Condon. Frith, each. . Coir.mouwealth Aggregate : Linn first, ^20, Cutler sixth, £4 ; McAlister, ^3 ; Arthur, Leu, Condon, Boyd, McAudrew and Harding, £2 each. . Cutler won the Grand Champion Medal.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

THitOBBEVG HEADACHES. completely cured BY BILE BEANS. To be a sufferer from hcadaclio foi a space of only half-an-hour is «i- otten a terrible experience. ' then must be the ordeal through « 1 a sufferer must pass who has for je been tortured by this distressing c plaint? It seems scarcely possible anyone Icould, after all this *,lm® agony aud racking pain, bo sue fully aud permanently health and happiness. ?Th'- even in the most long-standing ? ^ is to be found in Bile Beans, as ness the following case. . ? Mr. T. Williams, ot Uu,'°11'11 )iaVe Newtown, Sydney, says:—- . proved Bile Beans to bo a tIl0''° Ss0'. reliable medicine. I suffered ^ vere headaches and attacks of ) . (] ness. The headaches were accon p ^ by throbbing pains, and i'lis ' ,j. blood to my head. At tlieso m ins fered intense agony. 'Seeing B { advertised as a cure ,it ddciided to - try them, with tlw ^ that niy trouble was oon,p^i1II101la hished. I ngver fail to lecoini Bile Beans to feUow-sufferei . . i For BlUi...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

Church Services. '- ? SUNDAY, SBPTBMBIR 20. . CBUROH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF O'CONNELL. Stiuny Oornor— -11 11 111., Rector. Meadow Fint— 3 p.m., Hector. O'Counell— -7.30 p.m., Hector. Beaconsiield— 10.30 a.m., Reaaer. Oberou — 3 p.m., Header. Tarana— 7.30 p.m., Header.

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HOLY RUSSIA. JEWS MURDERED, WOUNDED AND BURNT. POLICE INDIFFERENT. London thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

HOLY RUSSIA. ®VS MURDERED, AVOUNDED AND BURNT. ? ... POLICE INDIFFERENT. ' * London. Thursday. Reactionaries and Houligans pillag ed the Jewish quarter at Kieff, Russia. They killed 29 Jews, and wounded ISO seriously and 1000 slightly. Two Jewish lads .were thrown on a bonfire. The Jews, in self-defence, killed 3 2nd wounded 10 of their assailants, attacks lasted 72 hours. ' ^ police 'did 'not interfere* and e Governor of the City only sum moned the troops in response to . tho urgeut entreaties of tho Jewish depu tation .^he outbreak^ was then stopped in a few hours. arrests were made.

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GABLE NEWS The British Budget. [?]T HON. A. J. BALFOUR IN REPLY. GREAT ENTHUSIASM. PRESS OPINIONS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

CABLE NEWS. [The British Budgrk ,r- A. J. IIALVOUJCIX llML'LY. GREAT enthusiasm. PRESS OPINIONS. Loudon, Thursday. | I Ten thousand .people ' were present, jjing'ey 3-lall, Birmingham, - last av]lt wlion the lit. Hon . A. J. Bal four 'spoke against the financial p ro te 0£ the British Budget. The 'ceiies was simply indescribably enthu-j s tic wlion tlie rt. lion, gentleman I tered tiio liall accompanied by Mrs. Joseph Cliambedlain. The ' Jtlieering «s renewed when Mr. Austin Cham berlain, wlio was Chairman o£ the meeting' i'ead tUc RL Hon- J°sepU Chamberlain's message- as follows:— „j ]l0I)e the House o£ Lords will see its way clear to force a general elec t'on; and I do not doubt what \ the answer wiU b0- Ml'- Asquith. seeks (o represent the Budget as an advan tage to the working' men of this coun~ ... [jut i cannot take this view. To I me the Budget is the .-best effort of (he Freetrade believers to find a sub stitute for Tariff Reform and Imperial preference. Tlie Budget avowedly...

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Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Thursday, Wheat, milling, old 4/10 aud 4/ioy, per bushel; new 3/9 to 3/10. Fllour £10 17s 6d to £11. Maize, yellow 3/9; wiiito 3/9. Barley, Victorian capo seed 3/2 t0 3/3; feed 3/ per bushel. / Oats, Tasmanian white, 2/5 to 2/G choice 2/7; seed 1/li to ' 2/: ' ' Bran £4 15s to £5. Pollard, £4 15s to £5. Oaten hay, .Victorian, £3 log. | Choice boutli A.ustralian priinr. wlveaten £4 5s to i.4 ius; Victorian £4 to £4 5s; medium £3 5s; primo eaten £3 10s. Derrick straw, Tasmanian, £3 5S to £3 10s. , Lucerne, Hunter River, new green '£3 5s to £4; old hay £4 to £4 lOs. . (Potatoes, New South Wiales, i£i to . £7. Victorian brown Spanish, £5 m3 '.o £7 10s; Japanese £9 to £10 Butter, 108/ (choicest), seconds S2/ to 92/; . pastry 70/ to 80/. Cheese, prime loaf 6d; local primo loaf 6d; gooes 5d to 5%d; prune jiarga 5%d to 6d: special brand G%d to Sd. Bacon, prime 5a to 8%d; ? flitches 7-il to 7%d; mid'c'lles 9d; special brands S%d to 9d; flitches 7%d t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

.. There Is not a partncie of opium or other naft'cotlo in CSiamhierlt'ln'3 Cough Remedy, and .lev- has bpen since it was first offered, to the public. It is 'as safe a medicine for a child as for an adult. This remed)y is fam ous for its cures of colds and croup, and can always be depended upon. For sale by L. Edgley and Co. ' Cold and cough, And cough and cold, ^ Both are rough On young and old I I Y/hcn.ypur blood's | (Through colds') impure, - - - I Taue some Woods' i Great Peppermint Cure' »

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

. HOMEBUSIi STOCK. SALES. v Sydney, Thursday. Sheep : 7 r, 340 were listed for sale ; wethers 1 2s. to 2 is, , ewes 93. to 16s 6d. Cattle : 1,504 yarded ; bullocks 1 os to -£,12 ics, cows ^4 to £S 1 os.

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SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Thursday. Forty-five trucks offered, 20 passed. Prime potatoes 6s 4c!. to 6s. 6d., good 5s. iod. to 6s.- 2d., medium 5s. to Ss- 4d ' Chaff, yellow oaten, down 5s. per ton, choice 4s.- 50. 104s. ?jd., medium 3s. 411, to 3s. sd. . -Lucerne hay-prime small bales 4s. jd., medium 3s. 6d., prime small bales 4s. id, second quality 3s„6d. to 3s. nd. Prime yellow msize 3s. gd,, white 3s. Sd. Oaten hay. from Hogan, Lyndhurst, passed at 3s* 6d. Potatoes'.from Holland, sold at 65 6d; and -Bille, -'Bathurst, 55. 6d.

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CONQUERING THE AIR. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

COXQUJiWlXGl Ti:i: AU!. London, Thursday. j AVliile Captain Ferber, ot the French \rmy, was descending after a llight at Boulogne,' his aeroplane overturned and lie was crushed to dea^c.

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BATHURST FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 24 September 1909

BATHURST FAT STOCK SALES. Messrs. E- II. Taylor and Co., report that yesterday 60 fat cattle yarded to a good attendance of buyers, all qualities being represented. There was strong competition for good to prime cattle. We sold account Mr. Thorpe, S bullocks and steers from 4s. to ^1 1 19s., averaging £-) 7s, cows at -^S ; account Mr. Jones, S steers, small and inferior quality, averaging £6 2?., sm:ill heifers ^5 ; account Mr. Memswortli, 4 steers £ 6 13s.; account R. O'Brien, 17 wethers iSs. 3d., 16 wethers, .13!-. 3d , 11 ewes 14s., 38 lambs 12s. On Monday next we shall st.il 12 draught col's and fillies, on Wednesday at O'Contiell yards Soo sheep, 120 cattle, 6 horses. On Thurs day, at Bathurst yards at 11 o'clock, 30 fat cattle, 200 fat wethers, on the same day at i;3o, account Mr. Siuckey, horses, cows, ploughs, furniture, spiii'.s, etc. See advertisement this issue. Messrs. Clements and McCarthy re port having sold at the Coiporation sale yards yesterday a consignment from .'...

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INSTRUCTIVE COMPARISONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

I INSTRUCTIVE COMPARISONS. One of' the. most striking evidences' - ol the change; that has; come, over tho tepirit of the Labour Party is jtfforded by perusing some' of the earlier spee ches of ,' its leaders . and Contrasting] & them with those of a more recent date, fit Mr. George Black, spoaliing on the oc casion of an 4n-[)ortant crisis in tlie N.S.W. Parliament {quoted, in ills own pamphlet) said: 'We liavij no como into this house to malte and re make \Social conditions— nor have wo como hero ' for the purpose of vengenco . . . . . We who i represent labour think it time that such - laws framed in a barbarous poriod;by a class in tlio- interests of a class were superseded' by laws mado by tlie ' whole community for tho benofit of- tho' wh'ole community.' -? No Liberal could object to - such I n sound : and wholesome sentiment I and purpose.-? It was- what. tlie Liber als themselves rwero striving. -for — -what the .-Liberals still: arcTcon tending for. But the Socialis...

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The World's Press. ANGLOMANIA' OR ENTENTE.? [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

The World's Press. 1 ANGLOMANIA' OR ' lLNTliN rii.' ? It -is a curious fact .that. 90. per ccir.t. of our- little French boys .wear sailors' caps inscribed not with the names^ of Duquesne or Jean-Bart, but 'Cvilli Lug Vish names such as Bcllerophon, Nel son, Victory, : or even— Trafalgar !— 'Matin,' Paris.

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