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A.J.C. Spring Meeting. FINAL ACCEPTANCES. DERBY. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909
A.J.C. Spring Meeting. final acceptances. DERBY. Syidtaeiy, Thursday.' . I j Prince Foote, Broolcong, Grist, Dan jio, Clamour, JiWL'Uy, l-aily Sail, (Jlalt King. Gidyoa, Patronatus, IIay f field, provocation. . I ' EPSOM. j , -Aljorigiue, Parsee, Ilyman, Mattine, ' . Tfvnnfltrfirifi.' ; Soil -of i t.lifi Ijlarsh, Legation, Lady RuenaU, Gol den Slipper, Alias, Flavinius, Achil lean, Master Foote, Ka, War Bee, Di plomatist, Iterlio, Bright; .Steel, Did gilvorhaniji'tou, Jollymont, Black Buck, IJaiHiuo, Nuwara Elya, Ballantrae, Xgauruhoe. METROPOLITAN. Lord iNoian, ???nu jlaltine, Kyeadgeric, King's Cross, Son of the Marsh, Blue Garments, Eric, Legation, Vavasor, Golden Slipper, Olivaster, Flavinius, Didus, Monobel, Diplomatist, Ngauruhoe, Kerlie, Dani ]0 Flint, Rock, Light, Black Prince, Footpad, Diti, Flavel, Gidyca, IJayiield Silverharapton, Britain, Black Buck, Abbey Boy, Black Range, Togo, Alias.
IS THIS TRUE? [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909
IS THIS TRUE? General Gordon : said slast night that i.ot 50 per cent. o£ the members of | rille cluibs at present ;.were fit : for | service Sin the ranlcs. Out cf 10,000 members oE rifle clubs in the State only 10,000 members were efficient, and they cost £23,000 per, annum, or | about £7 per head.
FINAL GALLOPS. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909
FINAL GALLOPS. ' Sydney, Thursday. Tlie nnai gauujjb iur me ii.j.L.. Spring Meeting took place this morn ing. Lord Nolan put up one of tho best performances lor a mile, finishing witli great determination, in lmin. ?iaVisec., carrying a fair weight. Maltine beat Tumut over a mile and a half by a length in lmin. 45% sec. The mare is in great condition, anil should be one of the hardest to beat in the Epsom. Kerlie and Prince Foot finished to gether at the end of a mile, compassed in 1 miu. 47 sec. The concensus of opinion is that the Derby colt did not quite come up to expectations. : Trafalgar, Provocation, Biplay, . and Parsee all went well. , Exsul and Gaby collided. Abbott, who was riding Exsul, was thrown, and received a broken collarbone and was hurt internally. . Abbott not long ago was severely injured at Rosehill.
COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909
COM1PBTITXONS. t'oliowing are tnc rcsul.it of compe titions llieid! at tlie Sale of 'Work iii the ^Methodist Lecture. Hall on Wed nesday nigiit: — Sandwich, without but ter, Mrs. H. 'Pascoe; ' saindwich, wich butter, MrSL Blomlieir; : plain cuice, Miss Blumer; seed cake; fM'ra. Yeo;' hail driving, Mrs. . Yeo; !hat' trimming, -Master Eric Thomas.
SPRING SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909
, ' SPRING SHOW The sale : of privileges in conncction with the Spring Show and Horye 'Parade was hold at tho : Royal Hotel yesterday afternoon. Messrs. C.'ements and McCarthy conducted ? the sale as follows; Publican's Booth; Mr. M. Meaney, Metropolitan Hotel, £9 10s. Fruit Stall, Mr. J. Yates, £2 5s.
Federal Parliament. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909
Federal Parliament. Melbourne, Thursday. In . the Senate Senator JYlillen moved the second reading ot the High Com missioner Bill, which Senator Pearco strongly supported. i.-. After;, further ?discussion the debate Was adjourned. Senator Symon moved that it was de sirable that Hi n - 1 — ? . ''o' yi.. villain ouuji. a vessels the Endeavor and, the Resolu tion should be .obtained from the Re cords Office, London, for tho Common wealth. The motion was carried. In tho House . of Representatives, tlie debate on, the Constitution Amend ment Bill, was continued by Mr. R. W. Forster, who supported the proposal oil Mr. King O'Malley, who objected to the per capita grant, and Mr. Hedges \yho urged that the Bill should be ac cepted. The discussion was further adjourn ed. ' j
Military Drill For Public Schools WHAT CANADA IS DOING, AND WHAT AUSTRALIA SHOULD DO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909
Military Drill For. Public Schools WHAT CANADA IS DOING, AND WHAT AUSTRALIA SHOULD DO. By K.D. Ve. have heard in the past— it is also being said at present — that there is urgent necessity for a thorough system of military drill in the state schools, and we would like to add that this drill should also permeate the at mosphere -of the private and greater public schools of the Commonwealth. It is a remarkable fact that we have no generous donations from the mo neyed men and women of Australia to assist in equipping the Cadets and Boy Scouts. .The -State Governments have done much in this matter, yet there is stilt so much left undone that there is great scope for some wealthy men and women, to come to the rescue. ! Take Lord Strathcona's magnificent gift to the public schools of Canada £50,000 to be devoted to the encour agement of physical and military drill in the Canadian public schools. Ho suggests that this money be placed in the hands of a Board of Trustees and that Earl Grey b...
LORD MAYOR OF LONDON. BROAD-MINDED. CATHOLIC IN THE TRUE SENSE. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909
LORD MAYOR OF 10X1)0.\. V... BROAD-MINDED. CATHOLIC IN Tl-IE TRUE SENSE. London, Thursday. Sir John Knill has been elected Lord Mayor of London. Sir John, who has been an alderman of the City j of London since 1S97, gave assurances, in reply to' questions, that he had uo desire to toast the Pope before tho King on ceremonial occasions, and that no denom|inational consideration^ would affect the Mansion House cuan- n ties during his term of office. Sir n John also promised to attend St. Pan' 3 9 Cathedral and other churches accord- S ing to ancient custom when tho so- 9 vereign was present. 9
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909
'Do I sleep? Do I dream Do I wander in doubt? ? And are things what they seem? ' Or are visions about ? Is ouV civilization' si failure Or is the Caucasian played out,' Which remark of Bret Harte .he'd not 1 uttered, we're - sure, Had his country produce®1 .Wood*' Groat Peppermint Ciiuo. i?, ? --?,
DETERMINED BUCKJUMPER. KILLED BY A FALL. Gundagai, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909
DETEHMl-Mil) BUCKJCaiTEH. KILLED : BY A FALL. i ftiirirtnsrai. Wednesday. I A m ishap occurred / on . Jackal ass Road, Gundagai, this morning., James Mulvaney, horse breaker, was ridirig a young horse, which started to buck. The horse bucked over a steep bank, and was1 killed. .^Mulvaney, who was severely shaken, was 'struck on tho chest by the horse's head. Mrs. Wilkinson and her daughter, of Brungle, were driving a sulky to wards Gundaga, when the horse took fright a'c the bucking animal, and went over the bank. The horse was killed, but the' occupants tescaped by jumping out as the sulky was going over.
OUR NAVY. TROUBLE IN The ADMIRALTY. COLONIAL NAVAL DEFENCE. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 October 1909
OUR -\AYY. TROUBLE IN Tl-IE ADMIRALTY. COLONIAL NAVAL DEFENCE. , London, Thursday. lhe (London 'Standard'r alleges that strained relations exist between Mr. McKenna, First Lord ot the Ad miralty, and his colleagues, owing to the chilling reception of his scheme concerning the manning of the fleet. It is also understood that Mr. W. C. Brldgeman, the real author of the scheme, threatens to resign his posi tion on the Board of Admiralty, un less 'the Ministers take steps to deal with what is manifestly a grave na tional menace. His proposals involve an increase of between 1-1,000 and 17, 000 men. The Colonial Naval Defence Bill has passed its third reading in the House of Commons.