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CONQUERING THE AIR. FOUR MEN KILLED. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

CUiMJUElUiNU TJIE A lit. FOUR MEN KILLED. London, Sunday. ' The whole of the population watch- j ' ]td the military dirigible Republique passing over Moulins — the . capital of the Department of Allier, on the Ri ver AJlier, by rail 195 miles south east of Paris— at the speed of 25 miles an hour. When nine = kilometers (about six miles) north of -the town, a Wade o£ the propeller broke, rip ping the envelope, which burst with a report like a cannon shot. The occupants of the balloon, wliicli [ell 400 feet, were: — y Captain Marclial. ' Lieutenant Phaul. — Reaux. ? - Vincent. Tho two last-named wcie assist mts.' ' The mangled bodies o£ -tlio ill-fated aeronauts were found in the car. ] The tragic^ event has created a scn-j sation in Paris.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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THE NORTH POLE. DR. COOK ON TOUR. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

THE JiOBTII POLE. DR. COOK ON TOUR. London, ' Monday. ? Admiral -Fehely presided at a ; ban quet to Dr'. Cook, at New York, at which 1200 persons were present. The New York correspondent of the 'Morning Leader' states ' that Dr. Cook has completed arrangements for a lecture tour, .and has been guaran (eed a minimum of £50,000. Dr. Cook commenced life as' a milk man. i .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

FAT STOCK. 2 Trucks Prime Heavy Bullocks From Uubbo. li 100 Extra Prime Wethers THURSDAY NEXT, SEPT. 30 PALMFR & McPOTLLAMY. Shop Assistants' Union IMPORTANT MEETING, BEAV1B BROS. ROOMS, I^TO-NIGHT EUS1NKSS: Preparation of Log to be submitted to tho Wages Hoard. ' . it in to the interest of all Shop Assistants to uttcud, ' S. VINTON, Hon See; ' PREMIER SKATING RINK. GREAT ENDURANCE CONTEST Starting at 10 a.m. Thursday, 30th September. . W. ECKABD, Champion Kndurnucfi I Skitter of the World, will endeavour to mice tho World's Enduruncc Rceord to 01 honrn. JACK FORD will endeavour to establish a World's Oyciing Unduiance Record of 50 hours. General Skating, Thursday and Friday Nighis, 8 to 10 o'clock. Admission : Gents. Is, Ladies (id, Skates Cd. SPEEDWELL ROAD RACE. rptirc SPEEDWELL KOAD RAOI5 will be JL held on OOTOBKROth NEXT instead of on the 13th as previously lidvortisod. 'I ho Starting Point will be at tlie Show Ground, and the race will finish at the same spot. Entries...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Mr. W. C. Wockner, Toowoomba, Queensland, -writes: 'Chamberlain's Oough Remedy is an excellent Remedy. I have been suffering from a cold for the last two months and it has effected a cure. It is a pleasure for mo to recommend it to anyone with a bad cold.' This is tlie opinion, of one of the oldest and most respect., id residents in Toowoomba, and has been, voluntarily given in good faith that others might try Chamberlain's Courfi Remedy and be benefited as he was. For sale by L. Edgley and Co. Tihe shepherd roaming o'er the plain; 'Ilie stockman on his lonely, ran; The teamster witih his bullock wain;' ] The sportsman out with rod or gun The digger on gold-bearing reef, While firm to duty's call they stand; For coughs and colds 'hey find relief Witih Wools' Great Peppermint Cure. AT half-past 2 o'clock TO-MORROW, Snlo of Mrs. Richardson's First-class Furniture. JAti. API'S & SON. WANTED SKIRT HANDS. GOOD Assistant SKIRT HANDS. Apply ' F. WKBH & C i. , liatmirat. TEN...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

An offender was lined 40/ a'(1 ^ costs, with witnesses expenses - , r ot 14 days light labor for ^ between Bathurst and Pen'' ' n a lion-imnsjleralile rail^'a-' ticket. Tlio lino was paid.

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BRITAIN. PREPARING FOR ELECTIONS. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

jsitrjL'Auv. . PREPARING for elections. London, Monday. At the general election, tlie. Rt;. Hon. JoseiiU Chamberlain will .stand' for West Birmingham. . The Liberals have insisted, as a mark of -sympathy, ' tliat Mr. Chamberlain shall - be : unop posed. j

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PEARY'S JEALOUSY. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

PEARY'S' JEALOUSY: London, Monday. Mr. Whitney, 'the' millionaire, , wlio financed Dr. Cook, says that Peary ffoulil not allow anytliiug belonging to Dr. Cook to be ;Bliipped . aboard :the: Roosevelt, and tliey ' were thus forced , to leave Dr. Cook's box ;and .othex-- ar ticles ia a cache at Etaij. . . . ... .

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CABLE NEWS. THOSE LIGHTS. THE BOREALIS CAUSES TROUBLE. TELEGRAPHIC LINES INTERRUPTED. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

CABLE NEWS. THOSE MfcM'JL'S ,rllJi iiOREALIS~CAUSES TROUBLE. ' TELEGRAPHIC .LINES INTER- j . RUPTED. London, Monday. A magnetic storm rendered . moat o£ : ? (.elegiaph lines in Gieat Britain, i America, and tlie Continent^ useless i |or two hours after inid-day on Satur ! jajr xt is believed to liave heeu duc the Aurora Borealis.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

If You Have A cold, cough, noso, throat or lung trouble, stomach, bowel or kidney com plaint, rheumatism, neuralgia, USB SANDER'S EXTRACT: live drops 'In a tablespoon o£ water. Remember, you can not expect the good effects from any Bort o£ eucalyptus. SANDER'S EXTRACT CURES because it contains ethordoal and antiseptic substances not contained in other eucalyptus -products. These; latter have caused grievous harm an? a death has resulted Irom their use. Do not apply an ointment to a soref It keeps back the secretions. To wounds bruises, sprains, burns, ulcers, eczema and other skin troubles, APPLY BAN-) DER'S EXTRACT: IB drops in a table spoon ot olive oil. The effect 'will surprise you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS, be cause it Is freed from the irritating constituents contained In otkir eucalyp tus preparations. It heals when other* i Irritate. i Insist upon the GHNUINH SANDER EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and you -will | derive the bene&tl ^

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SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

' SYDNEY- PRODUCE SAiLES. ? 'Sydney, Momlaj-. « At tlio produce sales GS trucks tvoio | (offered and 23 passed. | Ohaff, values lower, choice 4/3 lo | 1/S; good' to prime, 3/C to -V-11' | meJJdum, 2/9 to. 3/1'. , , | Prime small bales lucerne, Wi. 1 i mortum, oaten rack hay, 4/2. - 1 | Good' derrick straw, '2/3. ? | I Choico potatoes, ,7/ to .7/9; P1 ,ne' | 1 e/G to' 6/11; good, 5/C to G/4; medium. | t)/l to 5/4. ?' £ Swede turnips, -1/8 to 2/. | ? Lucerne hay from McKenzic, IWam- I Uol, 4/g; oaten hay, from Jones' Niewbridge, 4/2; rye etiW^ Cones, New/bridge, passed, 2/11', P® toes, from R. C. Oates, NewbridB , 5/4; J; B. Young, Newbridge WJ ' r,/3; red, 6/7.

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Commercial. SUSSEX STREET. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Commercial. SUSSEX STREET. , : Sydney, Jlondaj-. j ' H'V(heat, 4/0%; now; 3/a to 3/U. Flour, £10 17s 6d ta ;£/ll. Maize, 3/8 to 3/9. Cats (Tasmania, white) 2/5 2/G; Al gerian, '2/1 to 2/2; seed, 1/11 to 2/11. Bran, £4 15s; 'Pollai-d, :£5. Potatoes, N.S.W'. £5 to £7 35s. ' Onions, .(Victor Vr.-a), brown Spanish, 'sit, o £7; Japanese £9 to £30.' Chaff, (So;Uith Ausfalinm pi.'un '« beaten £4 5s to £4 10s; Viciorinu, prime wheaten, .£?! to £4 5s; mediuc, £3 10s to £3 15s; prime oateu, fcs; oaten hay (Victoria) £!J 15s. Derrick straw (Tasmanian) oaten £3; wheaten £3 5s; Victorian, £3. Lucerne, liuntor Rivor, n,ew grccu, ii'3 15s to £4; old £4 to :£4 10s. Butter, choicest, 104/ » seconds, St/, to 94/; pasti-y, OS/ to 7S/. Bacon, iirime factory, side, S%(1 S%d. Special sides, 93/&d; flitclies .75J;; imid'tfles; 9d. , ,i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

AUBURN. iVIC. William Lewis, 39 Auburn, Melbourne, vlc', havo found Dr. Slieldons Ne [yrcn, ery worles wonders wltli our . During the cold, winter^ w0 witj. would not consider it'sn,.e put TM.^nvery f°f Dr. Sheldon's New Discmery^j Coughs and Coldfe is an gijcsl preparation for tihe cure 01 . ' price. Complaints and Lung; Troub ? gai(. Is Od and 3s per bottle. everywhere.

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

- TTOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. | Slvduey, MoaW 9 Sheep: 32,152 penneidl, values | er. Wethers 11/ to 21/; «''»*' 1 ie/0; shorn wethei-s to 12/9; ?? 1 ewes 10/. ,.... | Cattle: 1,3G0 yartfed, market ea ? | bulloclts i£10 to £11; uxua' ' I cows £3 .10s to' £S 10s. |

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Portland. COMMONWEALTH CEMENT WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

? ? / Portland. (By our Reporter). ' ' ; - COMMONWEALTH CEMENT WORKS. The flourishing town of Portland, which owes its .existence to the Com monwealth Cement: . Company; and which contains - about 3000 inhabitants, is situated within a -mile of- the Mud gee railway; line, and ??about-.;8;i;iniies from Wallerawaug., ^ Tlieitiwii is- 1 a real live .place. 'It ;boasts . of-' 'four shurches — the . Anglican,, Roman ? Cath- . olic, ; Presbyteriaii, nand - . Methodist— a well-attended,- public school/, ai convent school, i aupommodiousil 'school'/ of , arts, with -reading-, room J arid i lecture hall, a large public hall, and, two line, upto date hotels, the- one-ibciiig. kept by Mr. F.' Ilavenhand, so .:well.'and la'vorably known at; Sunny Corner,' and -which is having:* a- ;number :; of ,-i-ooms -adde'dV ;in-' eluding two fine samnle -rooms;- Mr: - A lligby, of Bathurst, beiiig the con tractor. Portland also has an excel lent .town band, and Civilian; Rifle Club, the two latter: being c...

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The Vale Creek. MR. MILLER AND THE FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

& The Vale Ureek'. MR. MILLER AND THE FARMERS. I A meeting of gentlemen residing at ^ Ortoii- / Park was 'held ut Mr. James I Piper's residence, Ortou ? rPark, s, last' night/.. \ Among those preseucowas Mr., I John Miller, M.L.A. '| ? Mr;' Charles 'Boyd- was voted to. the | chair.' , . ; . .Mr. .' Miller ? explaiued that they had met, to:-- discuss the subject , vof ; . the - damage caused by the .Hoods, in the Vale : Creek, His attention r had: - been directed to the position ot' : things'- about -eighteeii'- months ago;, wheii 'iiu: was shown- a bad spot opposite :M iv H:-j Av Bayliss' praperty. Mr.; Wood, As- 1 sistant : Engineer, was also: shown' the : same ' state of affairs. They: - went thor- 1 ouglily into the matter^ and: decided) to ask Mr; Wood to report- oil: same, i and'- that ' gentleman stated that the sum of ; £225 would clear- the creek out at that place. . The . . sum was granted,- and the Sliire; Council ? ex pended the money, not only.; on the seven chai...

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Correspondence. NORTH WARD ELECTION. (To the Editor "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Corerspondence. ?NORTH WARD ELECTION.. (To the ' Editor, '.'The Times.') Sir,— In Saturday's- issue Mr. Flana loats over his cunning in getting 'the last kick- home' me, but tho esult of the election shows that it was ' dying one. Perhaps 'he can now nderstand how unsportsmanlike his conduct was in jeering at the unsuc essful candidates lor the Labor no mination, and exulting over a fancied victory that has turned to-, a humiliat ing defeat. The victors can afford to o generous, so I will leave Mr. Flan agan to1 his own meditations, which will no doubt convince him that 1 am a truer friend than those who urged him - on aud flattered him with the lope of -victory. J.ne lesson ol luu lection is that the so-called Labor Jdague— this tittle mutual admiration oclety — carries no weight, ev il in- the hot-bed of Democracy, North Ward. It shows true Democrats that to secure the approval of the people lieir- is no necessity to submit their nominations; to this petty and impo ent organisatio...

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Police Court. (Before the P.M., Mr. T. C. K. McKell.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Police Court. (Belore tlie P.M., Mr. T. C. K. Mc- ? Kell.) , ' :;. At tho Bathurst Pci.ico Court' yes- terday, John Corelli, 32, a miner, was charged that Jie .did at Batlliiurst 1 -on Soptember 25th fDauduiiently, apj^Op ?'?riato to his own use Uhe jsiim ol' £1, tho property; of George. Fianc.s Pol w or. Accused pleaded not guilty, i Constable Styles taid that m tho night of tihe 25th instant (lie went in cdmitony -with Mr. G. F.. Bow er- to the !? iist Nugget Hotel. There-, the/, r.saw.l tihe accused, aptarently ? asleep. They awoke him and tlio' constable sale) to. Mr. Power,' 'Is this , the, man?' I-Ie re plied; 'Yes, this -is tihe man to .'whom ' L; gave the ; i.ouu-J.' Ho; was then ar rested and taken to the lio.ice sta t'on' and made no lcply wlieu clijai'g ed.' ;Accused had lSs.v upon Alum, ?wihich ho declared !he had eai'netl at iMait(lar.d. ? The prosecutor, G. F;.: 'Power, stated ho haft ? met -accused on Friday . 2'iLh, ?instant and played - bo^s with him. Oil Satui-day ...

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Wonderful Lights. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

Wonderful Ligh s, j A1 correspondent writes:— 'No K| jou will receive several! reports tho repute^ - message from 'hich occurred at 11.45 ./lust. In and I am desirous to kuoSv if 'ti ?ropbrts coincide with my own. fr of ; Uie inmates of sy household In, oi i. g the very beautiful appearand tlio sky through -the. window, L outski.e ' to iuvesiigato mattgis, 1 a .were immediately greeted wUK t peculiar phenomenon of two innilen rays of light which, apparently, e^a. ?'.8 ted' / from Mars and shot across tho ,';Sky .' iu an: easterly idirection, culniin a ting in two iaj.^c balls and tliou disappeared ? lrom,. vllew. I canie ou tho sceuo too late to see more thaii ; faint, reflection:; of ' the.- lights, but ,ma .mediately alter two, or iather tliree' moiio. were seen, one, in the wake of the two rays, and other two iu a northerly - lyreaKion,.; , , it seeuie.; though the hieavens were aJbout t0 open, and wo- quite ; ,expecteL' Chiist with all his angels , to appear to our wondering and...

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(To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 28 September 1909

.'?'(To tho Editor). ? Sir,— To-day's poll in North - Ward, ogether with the poll some time ago li'^South -Wai'd, should teach that tr'angely constituted' assortment of1 lusybodies ; called the Labor League, hat the people will not submit to their iiiiifirtinhnt. .?ltlnmnted domination. Two i ards have spoken in- no uncertain on'o, and the general election for al ermen will teach them* that the city ? ji a whole will not . countenance 'lieir tyranny. The really surprising . cuture about the whole situation - is lie 'fact 'that otherwise intelligent men will in all seriousness quietly and calmly ask ' permission of this - sclf onstituted body ,to become candidates or a public position. Their . noise and impudent1 bluster has - led- many people to suppose they were roaring ions, whom, all might fear. Now we know they are ; as much - to bo feared as' a figure in Clay's Waxworks, and the result will be that no man who s'erioulsly contemplated taking : a public position will ever in iutu...

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O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

O'CONNELL. (From our Corresnondont.V . Fire— On Friday evening . between 7 and 8 o'clock, a house occupied bjf (Mrs; Clancy, was burned down. Ths lire' originated through some . drap ings catching alight, unobserved;. The flames spread rap.yiy, - and ,p acticul ly nothing was savui. jyh-s. Clancy 1 and family are heavy losers, and much sympathy is l'olt for tliem throughout the district. - ' I

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