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MUDGEE MODEL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909
.MUDGEE MODEL I AK3L ;,At'a meeting of representatives ot various 'public bodies 1n the-'Mudgee district tit was decided a fortnight ago to send a. deputation to interview Mr. J. Perry, Minister for Agriculture, aud urge on him the desirability of pro-, ceeding with the establishment 'of an' | experimental ' farm in the district, which lie promised some-., time back. Early last week the 'secretary of the Mudgee Progress Association received j a notification from the Minister that the deputation was not 'required, and 'that the claims of-the district, would be considered when funds we're avail able. V-
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909
, FOOTBALL. The match between All Saints' College .and King's School was played on the Sports Ground under beautiful weather conditions. The result was a win for King's School by 16 points to 3. Both sides played skilfully and manfully, the match being a pleasure to witness. The school's team was the heavier and therefore had an ad vantage. Some fine passing rushes were made by All Saints', and it was only by some good play that the school's backs prevented them frora malting a bigger score. At half-time the score was: iKng's School 6; All Saints', 3. In the second half play was much faster, and the visitors scored fairly quickly. Fine kicking was also a feature of the match. Through some fast running and good passing 'the school team soon secured the other ten points. The college boys admitted it was a very fair game and knew that a superior team had won. -
COPPER MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909
COPPER MINING. Tli e suspension of operations at the Amalgamated Green Swamp Copper Mines is a matter for regret, but it is thought the closing down is only .tem porary.,, ' 'Tiiis! company thas spentr a lot' of capital In. ; .development work, including the sinking of 'four shafts. Tlife new .main vertical, working shaft Is : down 1G5 ?. feet, and has passed through ' exceptionally hard felsite rock the whole way, making the sink ing a costly operation. The inten tion Is to .sink this shaft some 250 feet, to cut' the lode on the underlay; and then open out on the ore body, the iidea being that values are likely to 1)4 'more' consolidated as depth is attained. The ore as exposed in two cross-cuts,- through ? tho. lode, shows it to be a- very big width, but the cop per conteuta: are scattered, aud,, taken as a; whole,' Is low grade, which, al present price of the metal, could not be' mined ? profitably. The sharehold ers have shown true grit, aud 'wo ] trust will yet be rewarded for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909
REMEDY FOR DRUNKENNESS. Controvienay ovfeir . 'the true remedy of drunkenness, says tjie 'Melbourne Age', may be described, as never end ing. The totalT abstainer is undeni ably. right in his .contention that the evil would be -removed by the very drastic measures he approves. It thore' wore no spirituous liquors or lintoxio'antjs ;q£ -any kinuV^olitaiu^blle, we may safely assume there would be no drunkards. But then the 'if' ia one of great moment. The wav has ?yet to be shown of making it a posi tive certainty. No license, it is true, has .been declared in States in Ameri ca aud in districts in' New Zealand, but not evein the (Seqneftary of rhj Victorian Alliance will bo prepared to affirm that it has abolished) drinking in tihese places. It may have dimin ished the for.ee of temptation, for the means to do ill deeds makes ill deeds Gone, and public houses (dx-ubtiess do conduce to drunkenness. But while liuman nature remains as it is, the principle of compulsion is never like ly ...
MUSICAL AND LITERARY COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909
MUSICAL AND LITERACY COM PETITIONS. : Mr. Adam Innes, of Tattersall's Ho tel, lias been the means of securing four' beautiful trophies' foi* competition at the coming Musical and Literary Competitions: ..Messrs. Tooth and Co., magnificent silver flower howl, -mount- ed on ebony blocks; :Messrs. Harbot tle, ' Alsop and Co. (Catto's Whisky), silver' cup; Messrs. Resell and Co., la ger, stock ? aud ? dinner, ale .brewers, trophy ((not yet arrived, but ouly awaltiug the matter for the engraver) ; Wolf's Schnappes, three gold medals. Mr. Ihnes expects further, trophies by nnv mail. Other citizens are moving in this direction, and we shall 'not 'bo surprised to have to publish a long list of donors of special .prizes for. our festival. .. The thanks of the commu nity are due to those people who so readily support a movement which will do so much to advertise Bathurst and its beauties.
DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909
DAIRYING m-i;STKY. | The dairying industry In New South Wales for the year, notwithstanding an unfavourable season, shows a large production.' The quantity of butter 'made!' was Gl,2G0,00(ib. the largest on record, and about a million aud a quar ter pounds more than, during the 'pre ceding year. The result is principally ,due to excellent returns in the 'North Coast District. t ? ' ? ?
NARROW ESCAPE—A DANGEROUS CROSSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909
NARROW ESCAPE— A' DANGEROUS* CROSSING. . . . .The crossing at the Mactiuarle Ri ver, near the White1 'Rock .Bridge.- io' in a very dangerdus state; arid, requires; immediate attention, otherwise seri-l bus consequenceB may. result.': Yester day a valuable stallion was being led across the ford, when' it ?became .bog ged, and was nearly drowned.' :It . was with difficulty that the animal was rescued. Last weelt .a Chinaman had his horse and cart hogged at the ppot, and both had to lib dug out of the mud. The temporary footbridge is also in a dangerous state.' ' Tt is 'without' any protecting side-rails. A. few nights ago a man was crossing, and missed his footing and was precipitated into the water, which was running pretty strong. Fortunately, be was able to scramble out.. .It Is time , something was done to' improve such:' a danger ous place. We understand the bridge is the boundary of the two shires, and there should be no difficulty over tho matter of repair. ' . There is not a p...
DUBBO DELIGHTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909
?'-i DUBIJO DELIGHTED.* ?Crops at Dubbo are advancing . al most too - rapidly, - and fine weather there ; now won td be a blessing. There has not been ,a -season like the pre-' ent for -twenty', years.- Grass - is pnnging y/elli 'and there is no anxiety tiliout feed for- three or lour months to. come ? The . rainfall in. August just doubled the average.— Goor luck. Dub bo.'. You and' all o'ther western . towns have our best wishes. , Goodness only knows you deserve the best ot good fortune for your pluck aud persever ance and the disadvantages you have labored under of late, years,.
THE LUCK OF BEAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909
the luck OF BEAVIS. ? Mr: ii.: C. Beavls,* photographer, of Howlck-street, has the photos . of '.the first, ..'second, and third men in the'Ba thnrst-Sydney road race. ;lf l. MK Beavls Issues these as post-cards, ev ery Bathurst man who has, the .inter-. est of Bathurst at heart should1' pur- chase ?ome and' send them away. This, paragraph. ;is not written to advertise Mr. ; Beavis, ? but just to . induce ' our townspeople to advertise Bnthiirst and its great cycle road-race, at a mini mum' cost. Everywhere these' post cards go people will .aslc, 'Where is Bathurst?' That is what we want.
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909
SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. 1 Slydnely, Monday. Eighty-eight trucks offered, 30 passed. 1 1 Potatoes, choice!, G/ll; prime 6/ to G/G; medium to glood, 5/ to 5/9. Chaff, choice, (£4 8s to £5 2s; lira me, ,£4 3s to £4 6s; medium to good, £3 to t)o £4 2s; inferior, £3 3s. Lucerne (hay, )choi|ce small bales, 5/7; prime', 4/3 to 4/4; medium to good, 3/10 to 3/11; prime large bales, 3/10 to 4/4; medium, 3/3 to 3/4; in ferior, 2/5. / Dgrrick straw, good, 2/7. Oaten and wheaten hay, prime, 3 'G. Lucerne, from MicKenzie, Waiubuoi, green, 5/7; browD),. 4/4; Shute, Perth ville,, 4/3; Reedy, 3/11. Potatoes, . from Oafelj Newbjridge, C/S: You!ng, 5/7.
GRAIN REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909
GRAIN REPORT. Winehcombe, Carson an/1 Co., Ltd, (report: — 1 ^Wheat. — The market for this grain shows no improvement and) although Millers are more inclined, to operate the prices they are prepared to pay are below the limits which! holders ?will accept and as a vcrult very liMo business is doing. r»o(e ? Thi= onin rvni1ir.ll0.iS Vf-rV dull, salels being difficult to make, es pecially Algerians Which in sympa thy with Melbourne are .selling at veiy low prices Maize. — It was thought) that wjitsb the beginning 1 *£ tie month the' mar ket for this grain would show some ;impuioveni|ent .out as rather, neavy stocks arei neld an-( thei demand 'is net very strong holders fouii-i it impossible to get more than 4/ for prime yellow. Clhaff. — Helavy arrivals of this are responsible for a decline in value all round, oaten, chaff particularly being dull of sale. Lucerne'. — Supplies of this have not during the week been so heavy and prices are well maintained. Potatoes.. — The market for thes...
SYDNEY DEFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909
? SYDNEY. DEFENCES. 1EenSing in tho House of Repre Quarw , ''-SBenti'y Mr. Caw (Mac the r-l Sa While X recognise that office iVenmiont! not beenj in for 11. 011f; eu°ugli to bo censurable ivhich hn, 1! ro 10 exPentl mone-' ltd it 11 OCG11 voted nlpon defence, I wtasi''1, to take advantage ot the iicatio,,' ° Somt out that the forti tip t0 , ,ot %dney aa-e anything but oiiK- . , '^0 be'st guns tihere are JO.OOO or ' i-fn01' ru'iug shells ''ark 7 . yard,s. .They, are ai(; abont1UilC^Cl !us suns, and the're ^tleshino , f-'a'd°zeii of taicm. On % corn, 1 s,Ucl1 guns are relegated 10 'fc comn .1- atteries' tlle first line of inK fli'.ftn. Kuns capable of tilwcnv 1S.OOO to ' (m,\S a tlastancei of from lorls won in yavds- ' 'The Sydney 'Itei-k I, , ,5;llorei!ore be unable to tlioi'o Li,! eru ^?ars-'hip(, the guns \l'Minmcn( 1 'ttl0 hotter than iu- ,u'e tint ' al1' r'lis matter is ft'o ('0Vei'iin]r.]it°',C oC acts of filie '10 dcricion ou^ 1,e to make gojod -an 'ire a °.y'11 '4 modern warsl...
DEATH OF MR. H. E. ROUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909
I DEATH 01? H- K HOUSE. I lie death is announced at Sydney, ° Mr. H. E. Rouse, late manager of e Baalc, Bathurst, at' the age 0 CG. Deceased, .who died on the i' was a nromiimut TtnHi- |^r°' '0l' many years. He came here -ome j-hh'ty years ago as manager of e City Bank, and on the resigna lon o£ the late Mr. W. C. Greville from ,, managership of the A.J.S. Bank, Rouse resigned his position to ul- the managership of the A.J.S.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909
I The Sultan invited fo dinner (A dinner no doubt very nice' 1 Each) Turkish polUticjal j And gavo them some wholesome, v'ce- be i 'My skin,' ho observed, ?But my motives , are perfectly 1 If through spealdng y°,,r grow husky, „ Try a ctoso of .Woods' PcppcrnDw I Cure. Mr. O. Cook, -South Isis. Q'j %' 'Some time ago, while cane cut - ^ Mn Kerr, of DooJbi, I liadi a soxw lack ' of Colic and Diarrhoea- . ^||t some 'miedicin'e from' tiie Qhc ? / it did 'me no good. 'A W0,'rt,'f (V advised 1110 to Ury Clmmberlatn s Cholera and Diarrhoea Iicm? ' V iaki»' am pleased that .1 did, for at vorctl a few doses I had entire!} . por and wt!s fit for. '^ork next uaj. eaia by L. Edfg.l ey and Co. —
The Waratah. COMMONWEALTH'S SPLENDID ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909
? The Waratah. I COMMONWEALTH'S SPLENDID ACTION. : I The Commonwealth Government has completed arrangements for the dis patch of a steamer to carry out a system atic search for the Waratah. The vessel I will sail from Capetown, probably on i Thursday next. Definite instructions have been cabled through , the local agents of the Lund Line for her imme diate dispatch. On Monday the following: message was received from Messrs. Lund and Son, London, idated September 4 :— 'We can probably fix a Union Castle steamer for three months, .leaving ~ Cape- own about next Thursday. Will cost about £7000. Owners and under writers of ship and cargo will pay half, it you will guarantee remainder. May we fix? Imperative we should have definite instructions first thing on Mon day morning.' On receipt of this cable Sir Robert Best, Minister for Customs, was inter viewed, and stated that the arrange ment would be ratified by the Govern ment, Sir Robert dismissed hisjnter viewer with the remark, 'With G...