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Commercial. SUSSEX STREET. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
Commercial. SUSSEX STREET. Svdnev. 'Wednesday. I Prices undlianged but tiho pmrjcei is mucin stronger. Wheat, 4/0%; new 3/9 to 3/11. Flour,''' £10 17s Gd to '£:11. Maize' ycfllow, 3/10; \vnito 3/S. Cats (Tasmania, white) 2/5 2/0; Al gerian, 2/1 to 2/2; seed, 1/11 lo 2/11. Bran, £4 15s; 'Pollard, :£ 5. Potatoes, N.S.W'. £5 to 511 15s. Onions, (Victor Yni brown' Spanish, 35 1, 0 £ 7; Japanese £ 9 to iLIO. Chaff, (Sou'th Ausfalinn 1 p-'ma nlieaten £4 5s to £4 10s; Victorian, prime wheaien, £t to £4 5s; medium, £3 10s to £3 15s; prime oaten, £3 fcs; oaten hay (Victoria) £3 15s. Derrick straw (Tasmanian) oaten £3; wheaten £3 5s; Victorian, '£3. Lucerne; Hunter River, new green, :£3 15s to £4; old £4 to £4 10s. i Btitter, choicest, 104/; seconds, 84/ to 94/; pastry, .08/ to 78/. Bacon, prime factory, side, S%d to S%d. Special sides, 9%d; flitches 71d; . middles; Od. I
THE TRIGGER. BATHURST GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
TJ-IE TRIGGER. BATHIj'rST GUN CLUB. Shootiiig loott place yesterday, with' the following result: — ' Novice Trophy — Six shooters took part, with the followiug result: T. Meagher, 22 yards, 7 kills,.. Major, 21 yards, 5 kills; Imperial, 23 yards, 5 kills; L. Piper, 21 yards, -3 kills; Rag lan, 23 'yards, 3 kills';- H. Whalan, 21 yards, 3 kills.' . ? . Sweeps: No. 1. won by Raglan, with 7 kills; No. ;2,' divided between AV. Qutun and Dudley; No. 3, (double bird) wonb'y W. Quinn; No. 4, (double bird) won' by T. Meagher. ' .?
CABLE NEWS. The North Pole. THE CASE OF PEARY v. COOK ESKIMOS IN THE BOX. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
CABLE NEWT' I lie N01M1 Pole. THE CASE OF PEARY v. COOK . ESKIMOS .IN. THE BOX. , London, AVcdnositnv ? Coinhraatier Peary, lase, . lumerMs technical points in, comro?ening jj,. -.Cook's claim to the tl.c.vory or ;|, I 'North - Pole. He adds that lie Captain; Haiwtn ta.kei'! to every' mcm! her of the SouiIl SouiKit. tribe .,f Esl i r.ios .and oOtalned from them tet'i . inony cqrrobor.uing the statement ,f the two ot the tribe who acconmpa,,. led Dr. Cook that they were never tut of sight of land. Mr. Whitney wires tiorn £t. Jo' u'j (Newfoundland) stating that D.-. Coos deft him no records nor told him that he waa , entrusting any to l:|m. i( any reeords are missing they would probably be in Dr. Cook's hexes at the cache.
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
SYDNEY PRODUCE SAJ'ES (Sydney, Wcdui'fl'' , Sixty tbreo trucks offered, -- pa'^u Potatoes advanced choico G/9 to 7/3; priuio 0/-. ^ to: gookl. 5/ to 5/9. ^/s Cliatf sold well, choice ? /- prime 3/8 to 4/1, metfluto w e fo 3/7, inferior 2/G to 2/10. Prime largo bajle^ oC luCOr prime oaten hay 3/G. Derrick straw 2/3. iroc 3/3 Choice lucerne chaff, G/-. P ? Prime chlclcwheat hynA Oaten hay. from A. B. hurst, 3/G
SYDNEY SHARE MARKET. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
'SYDNEY- SHARE MARKET. . ? ? : Sydney, Wednesday. . Broken. Hljll Junction1 North,1 38/«. . 'Broken. Hill- Junotion,- 7/. - 1 Broken -Hill Proprietary, . 48/. . ?British Broken : Hill; old, 27/9; 28/3. O.K. Copper, 3/1. Broken Htll South Block, -38/3.. . ; Mount Morgan, 74/G. ? I Broken Hill South, oou.y 7/G. Lloyds Copper, 2/7, 2/8. . !
CASE OF MARGARET LUNDIE. WHO SHOT HER FATHER. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
CASE or MARGARET LUA'DIE. WHO SHOT ;HER FATHER. Sydney, Wednesday. At the Central Criminal Court to- 1 day, Margaret Lundie, aged 13, who had beeu convicted of manslaughter in connection with (the shooting of lier father at Major's Creek, near Braidwood, was sent to a religious home. I-Iis Honor said he refrained from passing a sentence . under Sec tion 429. As the' girl was leaving the dock in charge ,of. the representatives from the Convent', she tainted, and had to be carried from the court.
Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
Municipal Council* I The usual meeting of the City Coun cil was held at the Council Chambers lust night, there be.ng present I-Ils Worship Uiu Muyor. and Aldarmeu Webb, McfhiUamy, Dryaen, Beavls, Itigby, Gartreli, and Apps. From -Messrs. Preen and Co., asking permission to erect a stand-pipe and water cnak for their use ill their runt ed paddock, at the lower end of Wll jlam-strcet, for the purpose of supiily Ihg water to their horses. The stand piipe could be erected wUIiol *t the fxpesBe .of orecting a meter.— Receiv-: ed. ?:! - . ? ? . A letter was reca'.ved signed by se ven ' ratepayers of West Ward, draw ing attention ? ,to ... ihe unsatisfactory draining of Peel-street, between Piper and . Lambert-streets. Under present conditions, all rain water from this 'portion of Peel-street ran right through their properties into Stewart street. .^.Received, and referred to the Works 'Committee' for report. * Mr. A. J. Ambrose, manager , of the Gasworks, wrote-, , requestimg a few weeks'...
Correspondence. COMPULSORY SERVICE. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
Correspondence. COMPULSORY SERVICE. . ' . ? . -? (To Uie1 Editor) . ; . Sir, — 1 would, be very thankful If you- would allow nic a small space in your paper, for tills ' short letter. ; .1 have read-i-an' artlcJe- in the 'Daliy Telegraph' ' referring to bachelors « be- tween the ages of 20 and 45 yfears having., a- C9mpuIsory military drill, suggested by, Mr. Kenny, the Mayor. !? And that .Mr. Kenny isiqulte right in Ills' suggestion, and I am quite certain that men , between tho ages mentioned would bo much better, for. drill than school boys. My opinion is that every man should- have- a certain amount of training so as to be. in readiness when called on to do duty under the British, flag. My experience , in regard to sbhool boys as . cadets is deterioration t6' their education. ; For Instance, tlie majority of school boys would rather drill than attend to their lessons, aud so .'they spoil their future career. I am, -etc., j A. FRENCH.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
I have .lost' four , toes- in - the' -Mfc Cook. I ? snows; . ' --j \ .v An eye on the Tasman Sea, . . ... A (hftrfcf and a jaw. in a circular saw/ Anil' a foot by a falling, tree; ? But I never took ill . from a coid. 011, a ? oh 111, For health I couid aye endure, I'y wetting my throttle in time with 11 bottle .. j Of Woods' Great Peppormiut Cure. .' J
Methodist Church Sale of Work EXCELLENT DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
Methoilist Church Sale of Work EXCELLENT DISPLAY. A sale of. work, conducted by tho lady members of the Church Aid Socie ty, in aid . of the Methodist Church Fund, was opened in the Lecture Hail yesterday afternoon. The hall was gaily and artistically decorated' with flags and flowers. ' There was au ex cellent display of work, for which the ladles conuectcd with the bazaar de serve . the highest credit. . ?Evidently the Influence ot the Rev. B. - J. Meek and others at the- head of Methodist Affairs has been directed towards influencing the raising good 'women from good girls. Ou all liands wore 'trapes ot 'women's' work — -use- ful work. From the hand-knitted sock and stocking to the' warm aud comfortable and easily 'fitting ' under clothing up to the very attractive out side : raiment, everything ' was an ob-. ject 'lesson, and showed \vhat our wo menfolk are still capable of, when their energies aud - their womanly qualities are directed into the bright channels. The women who kn...
THE WOOL TROUBLE. £1,000,000 WORTH AWAITING BUYERS. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909
. .Till: WOOL TROUBLE. ... £i,ooo;ooo. WORTH AWAITING -. -. . BUYERS. . .: Sydney, Wednesday. The dispute between tho wool sel lers and buyers is still in an acute stage. Both sldos ? say there is little chau'ce.of a settlement at-, present. It 'was stated to-day that with the wool now! iiv tbie; city, and-that on the road, -fully a million pounds', worth is await ing buyers. . . .. , It; is understood there', will be no sale) this week, , even if the matter is settled immediately.' ' ;. ? The situation is very , grave.