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CHINESE DEPARTURE. LEAVES AUSTRALIA PER MAIN YARDS. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

CHINESE DEPARTURE. LEAVES AUSTRALIA PER MAIN .YARDS. Sydney, Thursday. A Chinese fireman on the steamer 'Croydon,' lying at Newcastle, ''was found hanging by his neck from the main yards of the steamer this morn ing.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SLY GROG. £100 FINE IMPOSED. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

SLY GROG. '£100 FINE IMPOSED. Sydney, Thursday. George le Garde, 4S, a bootmaker, was fined £100 to-day for sly grog selling in Goulburn-street, Sydney, i

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THE LAND HUNGER. HOW THE PEOPLE SETTLE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

the -IjAnd hunger. how the people settle. . Sydney, Thursday. During the eight weeks from July 1st, 342 new settlers have taken, up 203,190 acres of Crown Land as ori ginal holdings, aud 3SS have selected 97,666 acres as additional holdings.

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DIVORCE. TOWNSEND v. TOWNSEND. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

' DIVORCE. TOWNSEND v. TOWNSEXD. ? ' . Sydney, Thursdav. Notice :of appeal against the judg ment of the Divorce Court in tiie case of Townsend v. Townsend. has teen served upon petitioner at the instance of the co-respondeut, Fisher. Application will be made to the Full Cou^rt for a new trial,, on the ground that sufficient material evidence is available.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

?Blood poison resulting from small wounds is becoming more prevalent. 'Even. iso slight an injury as the scratch? of a pin will sometimes cause bloodj poisoning. Tho safe way is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm as soon as the injury has been' received. That lini ment prevents all clangor of blood pois oning and causes the injury to heal in. nbout one-third Uio time required' by; the usual treatment. For, sale by, L'.' Edgloy ana Co, six! Stated — Almost Ready ia Surrender and Gease Fighting iiis Battle of Life. If your blood circulates - poorly and your nerve s a r e /$W weak ; if you are despondent and discouraged, ?with stomach out fc Mmy.M of order, and have IHm indigestion, sick headache, weak 1/ ^ muscles, and you find your day's dutic3 almost too much for you — then there is help for you in Sarsaparilla U wi'.l arouse the digestive glands to more activity, will purify your blood, help you to refreshing sleep, and give renewed force, tone, and strength to your system in general...

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HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. Sydney Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

..' HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES. Sydney. Thursday. . 'Sheep: 52,06S penned, values easier. ?Wiathers 9/ to 22/; ewes 7/6 to 1G/. /Cattle: 1,132 yarded, market lower; bullocks, '£6 to £13 12s; cows £4 to £9.'' ' ? '

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SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Thursday. FiPty-thrtee -tirudks .ofDoa-e'd, 1G pass ed. Ch'oice jwtaitoes Swere atl'V'an'ceB by 5/ pqr ton ; clioice red potatoes, 7/3; prime 6/6 to 7/; good whites G/ to 5/5. -' .. Choice dhiaff, 5/; primo 4/3 to 4/7; medium to good, 3/4 to 3/4%d. , .Good large, bales of luberne hiay 3/9 to 3/10; mfedlum small bales, 3/9 ; selcond qualiC-' oaten hay, 3/11; prime lucerne hay, 4/4 to 4/9; oaten hay .'from l£jta»ley Bros., Lyndhurst, 3/11. - Derrick pressed slraw from Pratley, Kelsoj/ pfassed at 2/7,

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SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

\ . SHARE MARKET. Brokbn 'Hill South Blocks, 34/, 33/9, 33/iom. ?Broken' Hill ' ISouUh, contrlbuiiing, '£5 7s. 3d., ? - -. ... Broken Hill J'unatlon' North,1, 28/. - Broken Hill Junction, 7/5; 7/4. . Broken H0U Stnitli', paid » (temip 6 weeks), £5 14s. . , -? Broken Hill' South, extended, . (con tributing), -'3/8. , ra-nken ;H111 'Blofck. 14 CPref.), - 12/%. Broken Hill Proprietary, .39/6. British' Brolqen Mill. ' (old) 22/9; Gd. ' v.. - Bj-olcen Hill SouUr, (paid); '£5 12s: (n«ew), 22/9. ., * ^ Qtieen Bee, G/3. '. ; . ,

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STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

(STOCK REPORTS. ! ' Messrs. Ciem'ents and McCarthy re port having sold yesterday, at tho Corporation salo yards, fat cattle as follows: A consignment, on account of Mr. ICerr, of llghtwelight, medium1 quality, fat bullocks, from '£ 7 to £.8 11a., averaging £7 -12s. Id.; also a consignment from tho West of Small and ..- inferior .quality fat bullocks, from ;£5, to .£8 ? 8s., averaging £6 9s. llJ^ ? ? ? - Messrs. Palmier and iMcPliJillamiy report having sold yesterday, at the Corporation yards, on aucount of Mr. T.' D. Palmer, anotlioi- consignmttit. of 20 bullocljs from Dubbo, from £9 to £10 lis.; averaging '£10; on ac count of Mr. ,G. Mollis, -2 cows to £6 Is;' on account of Mr. Geo. Catty. 2' vealers to £3 4s; on' account of Mr iGIeeson, 2 stdors '£2 4s; on -ic- count of Mr. Cllitis. B'oyd', S4 cross bred.' sheep, from' 10/3 to 11/4 on nc count or Mli'.' T. icftfenefy, 34' ,she)0p, from 6/9 to 15/; onxjojccoimt of Mr. F. Palmei-, ,50 wemiers, 11/; on ac .coukit: of Mi-.. W. Rctai, ...

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The Bathurst-Sydney Road Race. THE HANDICAPS. To Start at 7.5 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

The Bathurst-Sydney Road Race'. THE HANDICAPS. j To Start at 7.5 a.m. ' 1 Richards, C. W., ? , oumlns. 'J Newton, H ? Guinins. 3-Hird C., ? ? ^ .V.iiii.v ?1 Jefferay, G, S: ? oSniin. 5 Hall, ,1-1... . .v.. ..55niin' C Flew, P. 55mm 7 .-Webb, G. E.^;-' - Bjimiu. ; ? . 8 Lawrence,- v ?: 55min. ' O^Sniith. -W;''.^'-.^ ,6Bmin ~ : W' ftt'7.7 aim. '' , 10 Sommerville, A. E. .-. .... . D3mln. 11. Wright, D 53min. ?12 Sta'ce, H. W 53min. .13 Orr, H.;L , 6 min. 14,1-Iird, E. J i . D3min. 10 Petersen, L.-:R.. ... ? . . ? 53mln. 10 'liansei\, N J , - i 53min. 17 Webb, J. 53min\ IS Flew, :c.- j 63iuln. 19 Craw,. A, 'H , 03iri.iu. 20 Brennaiii A; M. ; ........ v.. v-.53min. At 7.10a.m. 21 Mori-is,' W C ''eOmln.-, 22 Poole, W A BOinln. 23 Wilson, J P ' BOmin. 24 Lorriiner. .P.' 'v. ,50min. I 25 Loder, I A SOniin. | 2G Smith, J T BOuiln. 27 Murchie', C 50min. 28 Day, A 1 \50min. 29 Sullivan, J 50mln. 30' Jones, w: .... .'. ? . M .BOmln. ' At 7.12 a.m. 'i , 3i-Knlght,'''E 1 1 ^Smln. 32 Foxon, T 4Sm...

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A JUMBLE EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

A .linriil.E EVENING. A jumble evening, held under the auspices of the Ladies Church Aid So ciety, took place' last night in the Me-' thodist Lecture Hall, William-street. Admission was gained by the gft- of ari article for the sale of work, to'- bp held on September 29th, In. aid of tho Ciicuit and Trust Fund. There; was a .very large- : attendance. An excel lent musical- programme was present ed, .Including . selections' from the ;gra maphose . of Mr. E. T. Webb. Tho items mot with the highest apprecia tion of those present. Various com petitions ' wore also held, and prizes given to the winners'. During the evening light' refreshments were pro vided by' the ladies of.. the Church. Aid Society. ' ' , ? ' i 1

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N.S.W. RIFLEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

' ? ' . _ N.S.W. RIFLEMEN. i. A. study of the Now South Wales re turns of Rifle Clubs for the last few years hows a decided advance , in ev ery direction. In two years the clulis have increased from 190 to 270, tho total streugth from 10.S27 to 16,118, and the efficients from G939 to 10,2S4. Those classed as marksmen havo ad vanced from 2227 in 1907 to 3852 .this year, and tho first-class shots from 2145 to 2975. At the same time while the total membership has Increased by over 5000, the inefficients havo only gained 1900.' '

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State Parliament. CLOSER SETTLEMENT. VOLUNTARY SUB-DIVISION FRUITLESS. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

State Parliament. ? CLOSER SETTLEMENT. ' ' ? .VOLUNTARY SUB-DIVISION 'FRUIT LESS. . Sydney, Thursday. In the Assembly to-night, .Mr. Moore, Minister for Lands,' brought forward/ the Closer Settlement Am-, endmen't Bill for tiie second, reading. ' In im introductory speech, the Mi nister-remarked that voluntary sub division had been practically fruitless

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Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

Commercial. ? ? SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Thursday. Th« features or the trade in. Sussex Street this morning was a further de cline of 10/ per cwt. in the price ot butten. Choicest 116/, and second quality good cold 6tores 96/ to 9S/; pastry SI/ to 90/. 'Potatoes: xasmamau uuusxviuo, prime, .CO 10s to £7; Victorian red- 1 sldus £0 to ,CG 10s; pink eyes, £5 ] to '£G; snowflakes, £5 to £C. Fiour, city brand quoted £11 10s.: country, £11 7s. Gd., a reduction of 10/. Maize', Northern River, 3/11 to 4/. Wheat, milling, -1/10 'to -l/ll^d; chlckwheat -1/9 to 4/10V{id. ChicUwheat, 1/10 to 5/. Oats, Tasmanian white, 2/7 to 2/3; Algerian milliug, 2/5; seed 2/6. y Bran, £-1 15s. eo £5. Poliard, £-1 15s. to £5. Chuff: Adelaide prime wlieaten, '£4 5s to £4 10s; Melbourne prime ?wlieaten '£1 to £4 10s; prime oaten. £3 15s. i Derrick slraw, Tasmanian. £3 5s to £3 10s. Lucerne, Hunter River new green, .£3 15s. to .£4; old £4 to £4 5s. Onions: Victorian brown Spanish, £8; pickling £2 to £3; Japa...

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8-Hour Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 3 September 1909

8-Hour Demonstration. A well-attended meeting of the 8 Hbur Committee was lieid at tne Ma sonic Hall last night, Mr. J. Malonej, president, occupying the chair. Tno Premiers secretary wrote notifying taut r.u\ Wade wuuid have muck* plea sure lu accepting the invitation ex tended by the S-Hour Committee, sub ject to Parliamcutary and Cabinet ar rangements permitting him to make tae journey. | I The Hon. E. S. Carr also wrote ac- | cepting the invitation of the Commit tee. Mr. John Travers, M.L.C., acceptea the invitation to be present. Tiie Secretary of the Orange S-IIour Railway Picnic Committee wrote stat ing. that the rules were so stringent that it was impossible for them to ?holtl their picnic outside their owu district. Tuo members of- the Asso platlon were sorry that tho dates clashed; but }iop&d the Bathurst 8 Hour people would have a good and successful demonstration. Messrs. Sandenian Ltd., wine mer chants, wrote offering a trophy va lued at two guineas. — Accepted ...

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BELLADONNA POISIONING. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

BELLADONNA POISIONING). Sydney, Friday. Eva Land, 1G, living at Wooloomoo loo, -was admitted to tlie hospital in a serious condition to-night, suffer ing ijrom IbeMadonna ppfeoning. JBefil ihidonna 'was found in tier bedroom. No cause is ascribed for the! act. Mr. Colin Smith's 'Hard Nail,' won the Maiden Welter at Wollongong on 'Tuesday ,and 'Warlino,' by War God from Winoliue (bred by Mr. James Nan carrow, -of Orange and raced 'by Messrs. d! and J. J. Noonan). secur ed tho iTrial Stakes.

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LOST IN THE BUSH. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

'... LOST IN THE BUSI-I. r '-?: Sydney, Friday. niL'e -ljody of Mr. Messitter, an aged gentleman, who has been missing Kince Wednesday, was discovered to night in tibia (bush near Belmore. Deceased, evidently got lost and col tapseil from exhaustion and. exposure.

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The Country. BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

The Country. BLAYNEY. Tennis Ball.— The members the local Tennis Club are to be congratulated upon the success of tlielr annual ball held last night'. - -'Visitors were pre sent from Orange, Milltliorpe, Cowra, and Carcoar. All expressed a hope that thev mielit meet again at the next an nual event. ? Wedding.— A very pretty wedding was celebrated at Milburn Creek yesterday at noon, when Miss Margaret Grace, daughter of Mr. J. Donoghoe, was unit ed in the bonds of holy matrimony with Mr. Henry Oliver, third son of penry Oliver, Esq., of Mineroa, Blay ney. Archdeacon Howell performed the ceremony. The wedding breakfast Was served in the large dining-room at the residence of the bride's parents. (The usual toasts were duly Honored. The happy couple left by the mail train for the South Coast. . Another Bank.— The Inspector of the Bank of Australasia, has arrived for tho purpose of opening a branch of .. . - ? . t* 1-* i i»n hfifin talcen that uanic. xvuum* for the present in the buUdms ...

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BATHURST POOR RELIEF SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

BATHURST POOR RELIEF S0C1EY A meeting of the Poor Relief ? So- j ciety was held in the To wn Hall ' yes terday, Mrs. Edgley, Vice-President, presiding. Before proceeding with the business Mrs. Edgley pointed out tbnt'lt iuo'o l,n,. /l,,f,r fn to the committee the death of their late beloved lion, secretary, Mrs, Mar riott. It was but one meeting since she was with them, in apparently good health. Now, she rests from her la bors. They all knew the zest with wluuu fc-nu iuuuittu uui uuuacu -vuuv, her deep interest in each individual applicant, and her keen sense of right in distributing the money entrusted to the Committee by the public — often giving privately, that, which by ouiv rules, they could notgive here. Duty was her watchword, and often of late she had spent whole mornings walk ing to visit the poor, when her strength was not equal to the task. One who had accompanied her on ma ny occasions had stated that Mrs. Marriott . Gad had to stop and rest against a- garden - fence, f...

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The White Rock Weir. BORING APPARATUS ARRIVES. WORK STARTS ON MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

The White Rock Weir. BORING APPARATUS ARRIVES. WORK STARTS ON MONDAY. the .preparatory work -in connec tion with the White Rock Weir con struction commences on: Monday, The boring apparatus is now at Kelso, and Mr. Jago, who lias the contract for Its removal to the scene of operations, win have everything on the ground in good time. The boring plant is capable of test ing to more than the depth expected to be met with at White Rock. The expert who will conduct the horing^operations arrives here to-day, and it is not anticipated that there .will be_ any delay in discovering what foundation there is for the holding of j the weir. As White Rock is only about six miles from town the sheet of water available when the weir is construct ed should be another addition to the beauty spots of Bathurst.

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