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A NASTY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909
A NASTY ACCIDENT. . ''While driving home from Molong to' Larras Lake on Wednesday last, Mr.: J Finucane met with a very serious accident through his t horse bolting and running into a tree. He was' pre cipitated into the - roadway, and ; re ceived a compound fractur'e and dis location of the right ankle. ? He crawled along the road for a consider able distance, and his' cries for 'help, were subsequently answered. Ha' was removed to tho Molong Hospital.
NEW WHEAT BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909
JiEW 'WHEAT BUSINESS. . The well-known Sydney wool sales men, Winchcombe Carson and Co., Ltd., have atided a farm produce de partment to their business. An an nouncement appears tin our adver tisjins columns: requesting conslgn-i ments of wheat for sale. The depart ment is under the management of Mr. Harry Matthews, who has had many years' experience in Sussex-street, and has recently been acting as sales man for another big firm in tiie farm produce trnde. ? |
SERIOUS CHARGE. MAN FOOLS WITH GUN. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909
SERIOUS CHARGE. MAN FOOLS WITH GUN. Sydney, Thursday. At tiie Criminal Court to-day, James Granville Robertson, 22, was charged ffitU wounding Ernest Samuel Barter With intent to murder. It was alleged that accused fired at Barter in his office in Hunter-street, after a quarrel about some property on the North Coast. Robertson said that when he ask ed Barter for a settlement, Barter hesitated, and witness produced a re volver. Barter, like a, fool, rushed Iiim and the revolver went off quite accidentally in the struggle. He didn't liave any intention of shooting Barter. The jury returned a verdict of not guilty. v Robertson was then charged With maliciously .wounding, with intent to do grievous bodily harm, and was re manded on a £200 bail bond. _.-t
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909
There is not a particle of opium or other nofrcoOo . in CJiaml»rl:-!n'3 Cough Remedy, nnd .ievo- has been s'nee it was -first offered to the public. It Is as safe a medicine, for a child aa for an tuluit. This remetlf is fam ous for its cures of colds nnd croup, and can nlways be depended upon. For tale by L. Edgley and Co.
Heroic Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909
Heroic Women. The lire at St. Malaclty's Home, on Long Island, New . York, has shown what wonderful heroism there is in women. 'The nuns literally dragged two hundred little children out of the burning building,' so runs tho cable. I Their own lives were as nothing. The lives of little ones were in danger, aiid .the'ro was, no- room for selfcon sideration; One may imagine how these rwonderful : women fought and struggled to save the little ones from a horrible . dsatli. Probably where men would' have quailed, these wo men quailed iiot. . . There is the divine love of children in , the; breast of .every, good woman; and '.'it is ; :that . grand love which niakes : the- woman ; always '? the self '.sacrificing'' ohe.^ '? They say,'| 'Man is the noblest, .work.: of . ,Go.d.'' | He isn't -anything of the sort. Man is just common' clay compared with W9.man. ' i There '.is some quotation somewhere - something- like this: 'God iried\his 'prentice Hand on man, and then lie made a woman.' An...
SPRING SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909
SPRING SHOW. It is to bo hoped that everyone in Bathurst will do his and her best to j make our Spring Show a success. It | should be borne in mind that hnudreds of people may be attracted to our iown on that occasion. It is our 'bu siness — everyone's business, to attract them, but then, generally, what Is ev eryone's business is no one's busi ness.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909
South isis, Q„ says:' Jlr- Kbit n1®0, cane cutting for tael: 0p p°J~ ^oolM, I iliadi a severe at s°'no mm- an-l' Diarrhoea, 1 got it did !5in!0 .from lilie diienitist but advised good. A friend of mine Cholera ., ,to tTy Chamberlain's Colic, am pieT^1 a Diarrhoea Remecty;, ami I a X? 'lat 1 did, :for aftei: taking »nd w:is rfSj. lla-l entirely recovered *Uo by T WorIc daiv.' For UJ.L. Ed'gley and Co. ,
The Australian Cricketers. MATCH AGAINST M.C.C. MATCH ABANDONED. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909
The Australian Cricketers. j MATCH AGAINST M.C.C. MATOH ABANDONED. London, Wednesday. 1 here was no play after lunch on ac count of rain. The match was aband- oned at four o'clock. Scores : M.O.O. — First Innings. Turrant, c Laver, b Cotter . . 10 Moon, b Carter .. ,, 20 Ueweiyu, h.n.w., b Cotter .. ' 5 uillinghum, b Cotter.. .. .. 7 Ilurdstulf, b Arnjutiong .. , # 3-1 Foater, e Armstrong, b Noble... 23 Aiibtin, c Luver, b Cotter .'. 24 iliompbou, l.b.w., b Armesrong . , 14 Uuckonhum, b Armstrong ... ,# . o Fielder, b Armstrong... ... 4 Helf, not out ... 1. 34 Sundries .. 7 Total .. ..188 Bowling— Cotter, 5 for 30 ; O'Connor, 0 for 12 ; Armstrong, i for 41 ; Macartney, 0 lor 17 ; Noble, 1 ioi 3 ; Laver, 0 tor 28. Australia — Firet Innings. Bardaley, l.b.w., b Buckenham / . . 0 Noble, c Moon, b Llewellyn... . , G3 Trumper, b Fielder . . .. ..80 Gregory, c Foster, b Fielder ... .. R Armstrong, b Tarrant Ransford, ho|w., ib Buckenlham . . 190 Cotter, c Austin, is Buckenham u 8 Carter, ...
WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909
?WOOL REPORT. Winchombe Carson and Cc., W. ?' report:—' There is still a very buoya« tone in the wool market, and prices rc main' exceedingly firm'. , Tho contin110' wet .weather is having, its offset m'- arrivals ot wool which are being gic' 'delayed. This will cause a redact |'in .the quantity available for U'O Sydney auctions which are to he 1 on. September 14th and 28th.
ASSISTANT TEACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909
ASSISTANT TEACIIEKS. An association of -secondary tcacli ers was formed at a well-attended meet ing, held sz Orange last Saturday Hor ning, its objects being: (1) A shw .and discussion of the latest etl-icati011 al methods by tho reading of PallC on educational matters; (2) the discus sion of various phases of education. jMiv ?L. Bluraor, ^.senior-inspector 0 chools, wns elected patron.
"THE TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909
'THE TIMES.' From to-day, says the Orange 'Lead- er' the name of the Bathurst 'Argus' reverts to the name of the 'Times, tlto newly-formed company which has ta ken over the uancr having made tin* change. Somehow or other 'Ar£us never seemed to sound so fauiili-ir w 'The Times' in couuection witb rst's journalistic enterprise.
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH STRANGE POSITION. MELBOURNE WOMEN'S HOSPITAL Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (From New South Wales Com-trv Press Association). ' . . STRANGE POSITION. MELBOURNE WOMEN'S HOSPITAL Melbourne, Thursdl\ ' An extraordinary position' was J!s. jlosed lately at the inquest of a new ly born male child, whos body was found in a back yard on August iGt|, The detectives, while making inquiries into the case, hud been met by a re fusal from tho authorities of the Wo men's Hospital to give any Inforina. tlon, on the grounds that It was a sanctuary for women. Tho detective told the Coroner that lu 1S96 lie had arrested a woman wlio was subsequently sentenced to death for an illegal operation. The arrest had followed from information obtain ed from the hospital authoiit|eS; but since then they had declined to assist the police. l'he corouer expressed' amazement, and said that niauy crimes might have been hidden. He would adjourn the inquiry umn Monday.