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GERMANY. GENERAL ELECTION CONTEMPLATED. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

'GERMANY. GENERAL ELECTION CONTEM PLATED. Loudon, Sunday. Newspapers are discussing the pos sibility of a general election in Ger many.

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BILLIARDS. EASY WIN FOR GRAY. Melbourne, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

BILLIARDS. EASY WIN FOR GRAY. Melbourne, Sunday. The billiard match between Lin drum and Gray* concluded last night. Gray's best breaks yesterday were 21G and 227, unfinished. He also made 213 oft the red. Lindrum's best was 124. : The scores at the finish were, Gray, 16,000. Lindrum, 11,874.

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STRIKE IN SWEDEN. THE GOVERNMENT AS MEDIATOR. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

STRIKE IN SWEDEN. T?HE GOVERNMENT AS MEDIATOR. London, Sunday. The general strike iin Sweden has col lapsed the offer made by the Govern ment to mediate in the dispute with] regard to the strike having been ac cepted.

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NEW GOLD FIND. A LARGE AURIFEROUS AREA. THE NATIVES UNFRIENDLY. West Australia, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

NEW GOLD FIND. IA LARGE AURIFEROUS AREA. the satxvbToSfbiendly. West Australia, Sunday. I in important gold discovery has L made about 70 miles off Yainbi 'a West Kimberley. It is report that speckled fine alluvial gold was uud over a large area. He Minister for Mines is very reti He admitted auriferous allu Ial bad been discovered over a con derablc area of country. It is lllgli and not a great distance from e sea-board. ,.j The natives are very hostile, and it ?only sale for a large party of whites j go amongst them. ..

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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE LEAGUE. THE COMING ELECTION. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

pj1?TELECRAPH| I, , Now South Wales Coimtrj I1'1 Press Association )? . ? t^.gfuALlA^' DEFENCE LEAGUE. t»r rOMING ELECTION. 1 Sydney, , Sunday. I- „ it the anniversary of tlie Defence League last night )Slia f Vise said the - aim of every r' Ditizea bhould ^ to. make Ills own ue citizen ^ tUey wanted more ll'T Shis country, but it was use 01 Line people here unless they ISS Im laud to. settle on. 1mm! ive. defence, and land auestions at'° n bound up togethei. erS 1, Campbell submitted the pro C0'' f the executive committee for 'tiion and approval. The chifef ,ai! a the objective was the pledg ' , members and associates to sup t.le candidates whose names in the official Ust of .the

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

If You Have A' cold, cough, nose, throat or 1'^ trouble, stomach, bowel or kidney co plaint, rheumatism, neuralgia, ' SANDER'S EXTRACT: flvo drops 10 tablespoon of water. Remember, 3''1 c not oxpoct tho good effects from «j Bort of oucalyptus. SANDER'S EXT: B CURES becauao It contains otter a apd antlaoptlo Bubstances not con'a, ° in other eucalyptus products. T ? latter have cnuaed grievous harm a death has resulted from their u ' j Do not apply an ointment to a » It keeps back tho secretions. To w ^ bruises, sprains, burns, ulcers, ec ' and other skin troubles, Al'^h . TIER'S EXTRACT: 15 drops ln a is0 spoon ot olive oil. The offect. ' , you. SANDER'S EXTRACT HEALS.W cause it Is froed from the ' eonitltuents contained ln other ou tus preparations. It heals when Irrltato. oamdKR InBist upon tho OI5NXJINW S. » jj EUCALYPTI EXTRACT and y°u _ derive th* bonefltll , £ . ,'j _-? ? ^

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Our Sydney Letter. THE FORESTRY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

' -' Oun Sydney Letter. , (From our Correspondent.) ' ' . ' . THE' FORESTRY BILL. ? . There . was a battle royal in tho As sembly over ' the Forestry Bill . Mem bers . of the Opposition, scented; in: it ; a danger ot' the . monopolisation' of public Hands; ,;and . during' a'u' allrnight , sitting. ,they contested every.inch: of the ground. Mr. . Price, - who . usually .-supports - the Government; .was found voting, with : the Opposition. .The: -' Government '- carried its point, but by an uncomfortably nar row , marjority.' .'.rAs' for,-.the; Bill - itself I it ,is - neither: .'S0'bad ^ as . its. - opponents I represent; it, nor' so. good -as 'thej-Min- 1 ister thinks it. Were it n(3t for the almost- ulnimited - po'wer 'to -'frame 'ror 1 gulations,''; it iiwouid.'be- 'a mere; 'chip j in':. porridge,', neither here' nor there, so 1 far as::- the great questiou of ro'aifores- j tation is concerned; Now; the worst of | government ? by- regulation 'is that 110 one knows when, or where h...

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THAT MANLY GAME. UMPIRE ROLLED DOWN EMBANKMENT. Brisbane, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

THAT MANLY .GAME.' UMPIRE ROLLED DOWN EMBANK MENT. _ 1 1 ' ' Brisbane, Sunday. , At1 the close of the Rugby League ' premiership ; final yesterday;- ?' the.- re- 1 feree.-'.T. ? Fihelly, was.- rolled down an embankment; and had . to figh't his way toithevpavilion with the aid of a stick.

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QUEENSLAND v. N.S.W. Brisbane, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

QUEENSLAND v.'' N.S.W. Brisbane, Sunday. ' Queensland defeated. - New:; ,; South ' Wales, (Australian rules), by 87/ to' 4G. I

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The Country. OBERON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

The Country. OBERON. 1 (From Our Correspondent). I At the police court, yesterday, be fore Messrs. T. A. Smith, P.M., A. Stevenson, G. F. Pickering, and J15 [Doust, .VmR., D. T. Fitzpatrick TO charged with failing to send his child to school for thel ? required number of 'days. Tlie evidence showed that tt« child had not ibecn well' and the case ? was dismissed. : SMALL DEBTS COURT. E. T. Whalan v. & Mtu®* 'Amount of claim, 9/. Verdict toi simount and costs. , . 'Sania v. R. Ji. Armstrong. Aniouflt; '£1 2s. 9d; Voi-dict for amouut ana A. E. .Wilcox v. A. R. Cunning hame. Anxouta.t claimed, £S 13s. Continued to . next cotu't. l\Ir. \\rcigi' appeared for botli tlie complainants. A meeting of tho ladies intercsj1'^ in th'e' Slhow BaiH -was held to-da. lOSaturdaiy)' in the iiaviliou, the ject- of tlie meeting . was to n«h® final ammgements for th« ball ° the 4th inst. Judging by tlie oat displayed the movement promise to ibo a great success. Oberon, Sept. 4, 1909.

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PUBLIC SCHOOL AT GLENBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

PUBLIC; SCHOOL AT GLENBURN. The following . communication lias been handed to us by Mr. G. S. Beeby, M.L.A. : — 'Department of Public In struction, Sydney, August 2Gth, 1909. Sir, — I have the honor to acquaint you that the Minister for Public Instruction has approved of additions, repairs, etc.i being effected in connection with the Public School at Glenburn. Th'e matter has been referred to the Department of Pubic Works with a view to the ne cessary action being taken. I have etc, P. ? Board, Under Secretary.'

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ORIGINAL HOMESTEAD SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

ORIGINAL HOMESTEAD SELECTION, I : 'Sir,— I have /to invite your atten tion to this day's Government 'Gaz ette,' containing notification of tlie setting apart of 536% acres, parish of Burrowourv, county of Roxburgh for original homestead selection at 15/ per acre in connection with your applica tion 011 behalf of T. Carter, of Trun key Creek. The land will bo available on the 30th September, 1909'. I have, etc.; Robert McDonald, Under Secre tary.' . :

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Blayney Electorate. TARANA TO STONEY CREEK ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

Blayney Electorate, TARANA TO STONEY CREEK ROAD. The following communications from Department of Lands have been hand ed to us by Mr. G. S. Beeby, M.L.A.:— 'Sir, — With reference to .a letter pre sented byyo'u from Mr. A. . Collins, hon. iiecretary Progress Association at Tar ana, applying that road from Tarana to' Stoney Creek, via the Tarana Quar ries be dedicated as a public road, and handed over to ^he Turon Shire Council. , I have the honor to inform you that action towards dedication of the subject road must await applica tion* by the Shire Counciil. I have to add that 110 communication has iiceu received from that body stating that the road referred to might be placed un der their control. I have, etc., Robert McDonald, Under Secretary.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

| Blood poison ? resulting from small wounds is becoming more prevalent. Even iso slight 'an injury as the scrat (1r of a pin -will sometimes cause bloodf poisoning. The safe way is to apply Chamberlain's fain Balm as soon as tlie injury Iras been' received. That lini ment prevents sell dangor of blcod! pois oning anil causes the injury to hena ln about one-third Hhe time required by the usual treatment. , For sale by, li. V Easley and Co. ^ :

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LOCAL MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

LOCAL' MATCHES. ? Two matches were played on tlio Athletic Sports Ground .on ; Saturday, The weather was a little . cold,- but' there : was a fair attendances of ''spec-:i tators. j ; |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

BONHINCTOM'S WILL ANSWER YES- — -i t° the question— is it the best. Yes it is undoubt- , ' edly the bcSt Coi'Kh Remedy tliat skill and purest — \ - ingredients can produce.- This preparation has ^ Ifflilft V bte' cnril,S Coughs and Colds for upwards of 45 ^Si'/ ' years, and although numerous imitations have bJ3s \/ appeared from time to time none have stood against jail ' ioNNlNG'l'ON's ' of 4 o years fame. j glllS $ BONNINGTON'S SP IRISH MOSS * The ideal family medicine is equally ' ? beneficial for Adults or Children. Mothers can /S\ ! give it to the little ones with every confidence as /&/) RfojJ j|||slall!ll® | it is entirely free from harmful narcotics. 3 SOLD EVERYWHERE' - 1/6 fi 2/6 |j Do not take imitations — *'ust ask H I !for ' BONNINGTON'S ' and see ll that you. get it. I ra 3 gPffCTf era taa-r.tf ryxi IZTS3 a O sa?j Cl Purveyors b Special t Appointment to § I the empress of russia. '5f§|l£l|r I I Neat es'F m d j ® bas for ? more than 80 years bef\n the s 0 Enfant...

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RUGBY UNION. FIRST GRADE FINAL. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

RUGBiT UNION.' FIRST GRADE FINAL. ; Sydney, Saturday.' I ; The; final match in the First Grade Rugby Union. Competition; . .-came . off this - ' afternoon ? on the Sydney.'; Cricket Ground, there- being, 15, 000t spectators on the ground. ' ,: When the whistle : blew the .scores stood: ' Glebe, 9; South Sydney, 6. -Glebe thus won the first-grade pre miership, the- - teams : standing in.; the following order: — Glebe, 26 'points, 1. ? ? South Sydney, 24' points, 2. 1 Newtown,' 33 points, 3.

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Sydney Juniors v. W.R.F.U. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

- Sydney, Juniors; v. W.K.T.U. - Tlie 'second, match was between a Western combination -and 'Sydney (winners of tlie second grade compe tition). ' The result was , a draw. This was a scramble. Rliddle kicked a penalty goal for Western and . E. Healy scored a try for Sj'dney. The visitors proved themselves champion talkers and kickers, and the refciee had .all hie work cut but to keep them! from breaking the rules. . '

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Kings' School v. St. Stanislaus. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

Kings' Scliool V. St. Stanislaus*. The first match was , .between St. Stanislaus' College .-and King's School (Parramatta). When.vthe.'; teams took the field, it was very noticeable that the visitors were a much heavier team. - The game was a good 'one. The* visitors' forwards-, played . splen didly. ? - .Although St. Stanislaus' was defeated, they played- a very plucky game. One of the features of the game, was the good line-kicking -by both sides. * Shortly:. after the -commencement, ICing's- School .were attacking, and at- 1 ter some ? good forward play. I-Iarri- j son scored in the corner. R. - Hith . failed 'at ; goal. King's Scliool, ' 3—0. From 'this out to the end of the ' half, St. ?' Staniislaus,' had tiheSr opponents; hemmed^in their own 25. . Immediate ly be'fore half-time, ICing picked up in the ruclc, afad' beating several . op ponents,' passed to J. Long, who scor ed in the corner. T. Cooney made a very good attempt at ? goal. St. Stanis laus, . 3 ; ICing's School, 3....

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THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909

THE AUSTRALIAN 'JOURNAL ' We Sliave received from the'. publish- ers, Me^gl-s. A. H. JMassina and' Co., a 'copy- of tho .last issule of tho 'Aus- tralian Journal,' and find it upi to the! usual standard of excellence. In, Uhis number are contained tlie. open-' ing cliaptei-s of a new ' serial, -which ..ptowise's to be the style- of glory ea gerly looked forward' to by readers of this journal. There are, also contribu tion^; of '-local-. .-cWloiVj. by such'fa ?jvojurltici -writer^ as, Clia^. -JA ; King, ,'La.ura Boguc Luffman; Elinor Mord iiunt'y: laud Ti'llie /Gfenscn, distincjT.ly . AuVifjrallian (Ixothi in ?. pjiartilcter and 1 theme. 1 - ? ,

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