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VESSEL IN DANGER. NARROW ESCAPE OF THE CREW. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909
VESSEL IN I)AN(i£R. NARROW ESCAPE OF THE CREW. Sydney, Monday. The American four-masted schooner Allena is anchored in the teeth ' of a frightful gale and sea; in '.Stockholm Bight. . If tho anchors drag, :the- ves- sel will be thrown on the beach.; Mrs. I Neilson; wife of the .captain, got aboard the life-boat and landed safely; Later particulars state the vessel is having a bad time, and is in a pre carious position, and the sea is get ting worse every hour. Word was re ceived that the life-boat saved the crew of the Schooner. Boats went out twice, but the captain declined their services at the first, but the se cond time the captain and the crew embarked. On tho way back tlie life boat upset and all were thrown; into tlie water, but after Half an hour's submergence the men were rescued. . .
COWRA FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909
COWRA FA'aRMERS. , A movement is aroiot in. the Cowra -'4strict to l'otrin a/ : sy!ntlicate- of farm ers t» purchase- a high-class stalli-on. for service in tli» district; Practical ly ispeaking the Tidlieme . is ,cooper ative. the intenLion Ibeing that , the shareholders in thei syndicate shall, ifcave the use of tliie horse. ? If the scheme works out 'successfully efforts vill -the made to. widen it, and buy giood sires from 'time to* time, so iihat ? ail the breeders In that part- of. the country may ib roed their mares to horses of good lineage, whidh . -should produce suiperior sltockv* ?
COMMERCE CONGRESS. THE TIMES ON AUSTRALIA. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909
COMIEKCU coArGy«as. The 'TIMES' ON -AUSTRALIA. j London,; Monday.' I The 'Times' special corr'.spjud^nt la Melbourne, referring to the Com merce Congress now being held- in Australia, says: Never before has Aus tralia seen such gatherings of busi mh men from all parts of the Eni Jiro and her neonlo have been visibly Battered, and deeply impressed with Ihe signiiicauce of their visit; but the v's'tors liav;e, (perhaps, been more vi sibly impressed with Australia and her wonderful possibilities. They ^the visiting delegates) will carry way with them an intense and abid es impression of the Commonwealth's Present prosperity and future great ness. ? ?
THE GERMAN MENACE. SUPER DREADNOUGHTS LAUNCHED London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909
THE (jliRKAX MEKACE. SUPER DREADNOUGHTS LAUNCHED „ London, Monday. . Jhe Heligoland, the first German sjiltajBVeadnmight;, from 19,500 ' to '.500 tons, with twelve 12-incli guns and carrying a crow of 1000 men; was 'inched at Kiel to-day. The Ostfl-insljinrl 11,™ cd-n«,l a.in«v_ Jteadnoughl, will be launched at Wil Mlmshaveu next Thursday, lie cost and details of - construc 011 In connection with these ships 'e been kept a profound secret, oth ships belong 'l'to the second , of tlie four super-Dreadnoughts. a contributed article in the 'North miau Gazette,' dealing , with the aching 0j tile super-Dreadnoughts, Germany's watchword Should e' If We oanno't have the most, We have tho best warships.'
THE HIGH WIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909
THE HIGH WIND.' ' 'Yesterday's Hugh wuic^ was hot ana drying on1 young shooLs ri-aud'-two , or three daiys of ' it. wtfuld' Splay the :mis chlef. One of the gardeners'^ ip Ma ckatUe Park; in reply, to our,.- reporter,- said: ''.Three' dqys of a wind; like this wouild be worse than. . a heat wave ;la-. ier on.' It woult'^ !b'e lhard-' luek'tjo Siave anything to our. prospects just i.ave anything to injure our pHospects just now. , ,
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909
THE WBA'lTrlER. Disagreeaible ' weather; ? pievaileldi . i* bathurst yesterday - ).hrough: . sti;ong-i ?winds blowing causing 'dust to list), i All other stations 'reported calm, fiuc.i sm.i- ql«ar with the - excepnou . f i Sydney wliiich exporienced , LC -points of . rain.- Forecast: . / Ra,in.- on 1 coasts and; parts of ? taiblvoiands ; with .-some good falls probably; , line inland; southerly winds'; gales - anc'l rough sea on the coast.
MANSLAUGHTER OR MURDER. A YOUNG GIRL'S POSITION. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909
MANSLAUGHTER OR MURDER. A YOUNG GIRL'S POSITION. Sydney, Monday: . At the Criminal Court to-day, Mar garet Lundie, 14, was charged with he mui der of her father, Daniel Lun die, at 'Major's Creek, near Braid wood. The juiy returned a: verdict ol manslaughter, with strong 'recom mendation to mercy. Counsel ? for the accused questioned the right of the jury to return a verdict of man slaughter. The verdt ct should have been murder or nothing. . His Honor said lie would reserve the point ? for j decision and said that the accused had better be sent to a reformatory. He would defer giving his decision until Wednesday.^ (The) girl admitted she shot her fa ther-to protect her mother from his violence. Ed.)
RECOVERED TREASURE. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909
KKCOVJGKEl) TREASURE. London, .Monday. The Rome correspondent of the 'Standard' states that the ?? authorities have collected unclaimed jewellery, coins, bank notes, etc., altogether worth £4,000,000, lost at the time of the earthquake at Messina, and much ot the city is still: unsearch'ed. ?