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ACCOMMODATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
?leii JCC°XHO]-A3!XW. Imjoiotiati p 0 liavo .'written for ?/IliS!t.a,0n durinS the iiolding o£ S' Oin. aDd Litei'ai'y Compe'ti ' ' 'iai'o j,1'501'10 want to see that ?|,ly Loir !a't0' tll!lt vil5itors are 1 'aio ii01.°° nilcl cai'ed for whilst 'tl Jiooi) 1128 a i'epu !,'ft aiituru!rt'+Uud no E'toae should ] | f° avay wi., ' secure tha'i visi ' om a fav0l'ableV irn U1' town ana district.' j
MILLIONS OF DAMAGE. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
B MILLIONS OF DAMAGE. B London,. Tuesday. (Fourteen iiundred... people have '.per-, led in Monterey,- and one fourth of t City is des'tvoyed. ? The water mains have been rentier useless, aud consequently no drink s' water is available. a water i amine is ieareu, ana wiou mds have taken refuge in the C athe al, churches, aud schools. ? r ? Many buildings are so soalted, with ater that they continue to codlapse, id so add to the death roll, v The collapse of the Reservoi,!- -Dam, Mcli supplied the city with, water, as the chief cause of the fatalities: The city of Monterey is situated in e centre of a cup-like .val'iuew ith tep mountains ou three Bides, and e waters rushed down wil:h tLovas ling effect. He Mexico Lead Spaeltlmg Com a's losses are placed at 3,000,000 illars (£000,000),. and t'aosa of Mon 'y Steel Company; 'ut 1,000,000 £200,000). Half the, city of! Mon is under water. ? ? V' .
FLOODS IN MEXICO. WOMEN AND CHILDREN DROWNED. A PATH[?] SCENE. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
floods iv aoixmo. WOMEN AND CHILDREN DROW n'AO. ' a PATH^I H'1 SCENE. j London, Tuesday, j Terrific floods caused by rains and tlie over-flow of the rivers continue in Northern Mexico aud Monterey. Twelve hundred dead have already becn accounted for, and 'the damage ,n, mints to £4,000,000, Over 17 inches of rain fell on Fri day, Saturday, and Sunday. The greatest losses were on Satur day, when great buildings began to crumble and fall. jtost of tlio roofs were crowded Kith hundreds of people, many of Islom disappeared. Ninety women aud children took r&- luge in a school house. The rising |ot ftc water drove them from floor to Ur, and while two priests were Messing the unfortunate people, the Lib o£ the building collapsed, ;? and all sere drowned.
ZEPPELIN'S LUCK. THE COUNT LOSES HIS GAS. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
ZEITELIJffS LUCK. TIIE COUNT LOSES HIS GAS. ' . , Tjowlon. 'fuesilav. Count Zojipelin, in an airship, left Lake Constance on Friday, lie ex perienced several mishaps, which Ne cessitated stoppages for repairs, - and arrived at Berlin, 345. miles . from tlio starting point, 011 Sunday. The. Einperor . warmly ? Welcomed Count Zeppelinj, and drove with him to the Royal Cas'tlei Returning, from ^Berlin, Count Zep pelin was compelled to descend near Wienberg, as two of the fore propel lers of -his airship broke, and pierced two envelopes of the balloon, causing tho gas to escape.
The Australian Cricketers. MATCH AGAINST M.C.C London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
The Australian Cricketers. MATCH AGAINST M.C.C London, Momin,. On resumption the attendance w,* 3000. Relf, 11. s ' Austin was easily caught in, the siins by Laver, bowled Cotter, for 24. m Innings occupied 40 minutes and his score, was made by steady; play. 7 [or ^ i'U. Relf 20. Thompson was given out log-hefore ,' icket : to .Arms'trong for; 14.— 8 for iT» Relf 28. Buckenham was bowled by Armstrong for G. 9 for 178? Relf 34. Bucken. ham Played a .sound: game, ' his iuuiuim Of»P.nnvin-»- Fielder was bowled by Armstrong tor 4. Relf,. not out, 34; ': Sundries, 7. To tal, 188. The ;Wliole 'innings oceupioa 390 minutes. When Noble; was ; one,- Bai'dsley Was given out log-before to Buckeuham for 0. 1 for -1. Rausford,'7. Ransfoi d, when six, gave a chance to Foster in tho slips off Relf. 1 f01. s Noble and Ransfoi d were steady at I the', star, t, playing all round cricket. , The halt century was compiled in y?;-.?1.'*'™** ; wy- ? yuwsiiwvy ? m so min utesr. Noble, 63. 'He gave a chance...
CABLE NEWS. NO MORE WARSHIP SEARCH. EVERY LINEP, SEARCHING. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
CABLE NEWS. N0 jiore warship search. PVKRY LINEP. SEARCHING. u London, ? Tuesday. Ueplving to an inquiry by Mr .Oca- s' to Whether further search for Waratah was possible, an Admiral fflcial stated it is improbable the L°erninent would sanction the cou rt uc.l cmploymolit of warships, which 'llUC( .... 0,.BnoTiBlnn cf th.. ?mild nieaii w'* ? ? ordinary work of the station for a l0fetUA(lmii'alty had consulted tho ro,m.wniloi-i«-Chicf o£ the Cam Sta , „ and he had replied that 'h» area olia'bl.v containing the ,Waraiah, it PL't is now being closely searched ?! vessels going to Austral! -, fifteen having sailed from Capetown since iitlv 2otb» * U was also pjiire'l that- tbe matter of salvagi oKer* a big prize, I nd therefore he caiiu.it reo.inmi.njd I jny further warship search.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
Poisoned Leg. Zam-Btili's Auiiscptic and UfcuLing' Powers again l'rouiiunul. .The dire results nisiiig out of neslcct of- a 'simple' sciutch could not be more forcibly, illustrated than in the follow ing case, and 110 more conclusive proof of the wonderful antiseptic aud purify ing qualities of Zain-Bulc could bo de sired. Mr. F. Billingtoh, a gardener resid ing?, in Buffalo Road,: Ryde, near Syd ney, 'says:' — 'While following my oc cupation, I scratched my leg with a blackberry thorn, and took no iiotice of it. A fortnight , later bloodpo'isou ing ,set 'in, aud ran right up to my kuee; My leg was, swollen, and as black as ink. The doctor whom I consulted advised me , to . go at' ;bnce to Priuco Alfred Hospital/ which I-did. I. under went an operation,*; and tlio. doctor op ened up my leg to the knee, hut tlio blood-poisoning- spread aud rau right up - into the groin, . which necessitated a further ?operation. In all, tho doc tors opened up my Ueg in twenty-three places, and insert...
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH TRAM COLLISION. BRAKES REFUSE TO ACT. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
BY TELEGRAPH (From Now South Wales Cquntrj Press Association). . , TltAAl COLLISION. BRAKES REFUSE. TO ACT. Sydney, Tuesday. /. Another tram collision occurred; this morning on the junction o£ tho Lily field and Balmain tram-lines, near Ey ping Racecourse, Forest Lodge. Both cars were ? going in the same di rection, but the impact was ?: severe. The rear part of . the Lilyfiold tram was damaged, and the: front portion of the Baluiaiu car was also damaged. Several passengers were5, injured. ? Dr. John McLeod, 65, sustained se vere -injuries, ? one. iof his , ears being own off, and all - his teetli knocked OUt. Lawrence ' Schumakei-j 17,: telegraph messenger, is reported to- be suffering ront concussion . of ? the brain. 1 , Miss; Sheckleton, ; 25, ? ? sustained a number .of .injuries necessitating . her, receiving medical' attention. - The other passengers escaped:; with hut minor injuries. , It is 'stated -that ; the - Lilyfield tram, was stationary at the time of the ac cident, an...
THE WARATAH. MELBOURNE MEN WANT SEARCH. BUSINESS MEN WILL FIND MONEY. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
THE WAKATA1I. , N MELBO URNE MEN WANT . SEARCH. BUSINESS J1EN WILL FIND MONEY. ? : . Melbourne, Tuesday. A deputation of business men from he Stock Exchange, :? Chamber of Commerce, Chamber of Manufacturers, and Incorporated Institute of Ac countants, waited on. the Minister for Customs this afternoon, and urged that the Federal Government- take teps to have two - steamers sent , out pecially to search for the Waratah; the vessels to search down South. The - speaker for the deputation said the Government had given £5000 to wards tho Shaclcleton expedition, and claimed that this was, a far more im portant matter.' It was' intimated that ; if the question of costs stood in the way, money would be found among 1 business men. ? 1 The Minister promised to bring the I matter before tho -.Cabinet:, to-morrow.:]
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
.. TEXKIS. V V;; ? .v A team from- Orange defeated a Ba liurst team, :on, vthe Metiiodist Tennis Club's Court; on Saturday las't by IS sets,: 154 games; ? to .12 sets lis games. Fol lowing-are the.scores: — Thomas ? and Crouch v: Henry and Ros sell,- 6 — 3, 1— G, 2—6. Thomas and Crouch v.- Wylie and' Car man: 6 — 1, 4 — 6. Pulver ,and, Stewart v. Wylie and- Car man, U — I). PulVe'iv and ; Stewart v. Henry ? and ' ? ' Rossell, 5 — 8, ,5 — 6. ' Pulver and. Stewart, v. . Anstey -and Harvey, 6 — 4, 6 — 5. Crouch and Pulver 'v. I-Ienry and Ros ? ' sell, 6 — 3 . Crouch and Pulver v. Wylie and Car man 6 — 5. Brower and -Meek v. -Ansti'jy and IIar - vey, 4—6, 3—6, 6—3, C — 4. ?' Glotliier' and Meek -v.' Ros^el and Hen .. ry, 1— 6,1 0—6. i,iuuuur iiiiu ivieijn v. ii.usi.ey auct iiar vey, 3 — 6; 3 — 6. - ' Meek and ScotO v. Wyl'o md Carman, 1—6 1—6. Slade and Scott v. 'Wylio and: Carman, C— 6,-6— 5.' ??', ' Clothier, ajid Slade - v. Henry', and Ros , sell, 2—6, 0—6. Siado and Brewer v. Anstey...
Commercial. SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
Commercial. - SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. ? ; Sydney, Tuesday. ,. : 67 trucks offered, - 30 passed. .Pota- | toes down 10/ per ton. Chac down | 5/ per ton. j Choice - potatoes G/5; 'prime 4/S to | 4/0; medium to good, 4/1 to 4/6; in- 1 ferior- swede turnips 1/6. . ] Choice small bales of lucerne . hay, 5/; medium 3/7; choice, large bales, g/4; prime 3/1.1; medium ; 3/3 to r 3/G.: Wheaten straw 2/S.j Choice Chaff, 4/5 to 5/;.' prime 4/2 to 4/4;.: medium- to good 3/5 to '4/1-; nEerior, 2/10. 1 , Wheat 4/10 to 4/11. Lucerne hay; from A. B. McKenzie, Wambool 5/; Cafin, Kelso, 3/7; Lin nane, ? Pertliville, passed at 3/11. ' Potatoes,- from C. . Hade, .Newbridge, -/9; W. Jones 4/8.
DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 1 September 1909
DEATH. Mrs. Edward Shanahan, wife of Mr. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Edward Shanahan, at one time in bu siness in Bathurst as wheelwright, died &nbsp; in Sydney yesterday at the age of 69 years. The remains were brought to Bathurst by mail train this morning, and will be interred in the ,Catholic &nbsp; Cemetery. Mrs. Wellington and Son have charge of the funeral arrange &nbsp; ments.
Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 2 September 1909
Commercial. ? SUSSEX STREET PRICES. ? ' SycKnay, ?'Weduesdai}-. The features of tlie trade in Sussex Street this -morning was a further de cline of .10/ per cwt. in tlio price oi butten. 1 Choiceslt 11C/, -and second quality good cold stores. 96/ to 9S/; pastry, S4/ to 90/. 'Potatoes: v . - Tasmauiau trodsltiiis, prime, -£(! 10s to £7; Victoiini rcil sldns, £G to),|£G 10s; pink ej'es^ JJ5 ?to (£G; snowflaltes, £5 to -£C. Flour, oAy brand quoted £11 10s.: country, £11 7s. Gd., a reduction of 10/. Maize, Northern River, 3/11 to i/ Wheat, 4/10 ;to 4/11. Chickwheat, 4/10 to 5/. Oats, Tasmanian white, 2/7 to 2/8; Algerian milling,. 2/5; seed 2/6. Bran, £4 15s. eo £5. . Poliard, £4 15s. to £5. Chaff: Adelaide primo wlicaten, 5s 1 to £4 10s; Melbourne prims-, wheaten (£4 to £4 10s; prime oaten, ; £3 15s. . . j Derrick slraw, Tasmanian. Cs to £3 10s. . Lucerne, Hunter River ? now SreeB' £3 15s. to i£4; old £4 to £4 5s. . Onions: Victorian brown Spanishi £8; piclcling '£2 to £3; Japancso tJ ...