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The Australian Cricketers. MATCH AGAINST AN ENGLISH ELEVEN. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

The Australian Cricketers. MATCH AGAINST AN ' ENGLISH ELEVEN. / . Zuiidoa, Monday. The Australian Cricketers were to I commence a match at Uttoxeter to-day against an English Eleven. Rain fell ha.iv-ly, ;aMd stumps witc drawn at 5.5 ia lijiri:i;aii, fa-- keek, Laver, Ranst'ord, and Cotter were ^omitted from \ tlie Australian team. ' London, Tuesday. ' . The wicket, sodden, and there can be no play before lunch. . ' .

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THE POLE. DISCOVERED AGAIN. Another Flag Nailed On. Peary says, "Hold the Wire." A Big Story Promised. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

THE POLE. i DISCOVERED AGAIN. Another Flag Nailed On. Peary says, *' Holct the Wire.' A Big Story Promised. ' London, Tuesday. ! -Router's agents have received a | wire- from Comulander :Beaj.'yWA'from Indian- Harboj^' Labrador, v stating; that he .had nailed ..the Stars and . Stripes to the North Pole. ...y , The ; 'New York -Times', states that Commander Peary has telegraphed I from Indian ;Harb5r, : via Cape --Ray, 1 stating that he reached 'the North -Pole n April Gth. . ^ Peary's niessage also states that he expected to -arrive at Chateau Bay , on September 7th. Peary, in. his wire, said: — ?'Secure the control of the wirc . .. tJiero for 111c, and arrange lo ex pedite the trtuisiiiissloii of *a big story.' » McMillan, a member of Commander Peary's party, has cabled to the .Wor cester Academy, in Massachusetts, where. he was once instructor in ma thematics : V-TJte top of the Uarllt lias been readied at last... Greetings to tho Faculty and the Boys.' : 1 London, Later. : Wlion ...

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Federal Parliament. HIGH COMMISSIONER BILL. SENT TO COMMITTEE. NAME A VITAL POINT. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

Federal Parliament. HIGH COMMISSiONER BILL. SENT TO COMMITTEE. NAME A VITAL POINT. ? Melbourne, Tuesday. In the, House, of Representatives,- Mr. DeaJtin, in reply to Mr. Johnson, said the New Hebrides- Islands, were un der the joint control of Great Britain and France, but he would inquire whe ther the recent attack on a , ' French I schooler was due to recruiting irre- 1 gularities. Sir. Deakin, in reply to Mr. Poyn ton,; said thQ' Government intended' to proceed with the Northern ? Territory Bill this Session. Mr. Hughes resumed the ? discussion on the High Commissioner Bill, which was carried. On; all sittings this measure receiv ed support from the leading members of the Opposition.. Mr. Hughes intimated that ' he would move in' committee that the name of tho first Commissioner be inserted in the Bill. , The measure was still under discus-, sion when the House rose.

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THE MANLY ART. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

THE MANLY ART. , London, Tuesday. Jack Johnson and Al. i.Kauffman. will light 10 rounds at San Francisco on the 9th . September.

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COMING COMET. APPROACHING THE EARTH AT 1731 MILES A MINUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

COMING COMET. APPROACHING' THE EARTH AT 1731 MILES A MINUTE. 1 The astronomical world (says 'The Daily ? Mail'), is eagerly awaiting_ the- appearance u£ an historic comet which is now approaching the earth at a rate of 2,500,000 miles a day. This is equi valent to '1731 miles a minute alid 29 miles a second. : - Since 1705 the , ' comet : has :.v been known as 'Halley's Comet,' as it was in that year that Edmund 1-lalley, an eminent English ; astronomer, , estab lished the identity' of the comet, which had. appeared in 1531, 1G07, and -1682, and lie predicted its reappearance in 175S. It was last visible in 1S3D. It is not probable' that the comet will be discerned before the middlerof Sep tember, or possibly; .October, for its distance is' now 420.000,000 miles. The rate at which 'it is travelling sunwards and earthwards, however, will soon bring it within reach of human eyes. ?Ail the most powerful telescope's in the world are occupied in searching for the illustrious comet, which...

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THE NORTH POLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

THE! | NORTH POLE-. Mir. Bradleo', ,-v^lio bore la \large por tion of the texpense of itihe IDiv F. A. Cook's expedition, states that Dr. C.jolc had a valuable sextant in aluminium, several! comp^sstes. an artificial lioj'i Z10H b'aj'ometerl ':inme thennometer cillarts, oOOO 'aallions or -gasoline, coar riufiicjiiig fqr tlmee 5'ea.rs„ liicliory built sledgeis, 100 galllons of alcohol, and 25 guns; and as presents, .biscuits, axot?, tobacco, .and other things dear' to the Eskimxj'fi .beet#, i.Smong -fthem 10,000 boxes of matches, fjr tl«ea-d is acairccflv aplytliijig 'Ah.e HaiWimo ap ipndciatgs -so hi^gli^y- 'The idqtails of iilie equipment were kept secreit 111 order to forestall Commander Peary.

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GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

GOLD YIELD. The gold yield recorded ? for - New 1 South- Wales for the month of August was 17,10Coz. crude,: equal .to 14,983oz fine, valued at £-63.646;- as compared with 1 7,SS0oz crude, equal to 10,031oz fine, valued at £G8,096, .for the same month of 190S. The yield for the S months of this year- was~ £150,122oa crude, equal, to 127,497oz fine, valued at-- £541,573;-- as- compared with 17S, 7G4oz crude, equal to 154, 4G9oz fine, valued at £G51,894, for the same per iod in 1908, thus showing a decrease of 25,972oz fine and £110,321 in va lue.-

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SQUATTERS RABBITING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

SQUATTERS RABBITING. From .squatting! Co raibbiting may seem a rctrogade step; but to somey bunny ti-appingj i- moj'6 profitable than1 squ'atfting. :OnI 'tliq Maiiairo dis trict two squatters who Went 'broke' are now rabbiting on tlie runs which, they once owned.

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THE COMPETITION CHOIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

The COMPETITION CHOIR/ '.The ,'first practice ,',of the 'Bathurst I Competition Choir was held in the | Lecture Room of the .Technical: College | last night. There was a very good | attendance, of choristers, : and excel- I lent . work was 'performed with;, ..the two competition items. .The . choir in future will be called the Philharmonic Society. Practices will be' held ev ery Tuesday: night in the Tecknica\ 1 College at 8 p.m. until further notice

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

Junic-^ttliurst Billies. WED.VE.SD VY. SE'.'t 8, 1909

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

The WEATHER. Fine weather, continued to prevail in Bathurst , yesterday; though at, times .1 the wind blew, rather--, -strong.. . -Fine and cloudy conditions .were reported I from other stations. Forecast: iUn sett'.ed to showery oiv the1 coast, with I southerly swinds; generally fine ' in land, with a slight tendency for isol: ated thunder .storms; east to north winds. Yesterday's maximum tem perature was sixty degrees; minimum 34I ? ?-

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The Paper Person [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

. The Paper Person The following is not . original. It is not new; but it is interesting, and worth thinking aboutJ 1 f.it niay-'be 'a propos at the present racWienl'.'^or' It may not- be. Wd It is just worth . ;Hivnldirig? a&ljout. ! ,J-he newspaper - man' iris-':' about the most unfortunate creature' ill- a 'small town. II he does not 'criticise all and sundry, .'and ouicialtfom particular ly, he is. a spineless,, sprtrol animal not fit to be ' mentioned :-in polite so ciety, or else, he is paid to Keep si , lent, and he fs a conspirator and ought to be boycotted.. Then, i£ he does venture to offer a little mild criti cism somebody is sure to call him a low, contemptible fellow, whose pa per is pot lit for; decent people to read, and tliey are surprised how any one can be found debased enough to take it- into: the house. One section wants social items, another prizeflglit ing, another horse-racing, another football, . cricket, aquatics, etc.;' ano ther cablegrams, another ...

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A SHOCKING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

A SHOCKING FATALITY.. ? ? ' - 1 Harold Baird,-a.boy ot .9 years;;was' killed- at Coolamon on Friday evening last. : He had : climbed upon a ' trac- tion engine, unobserved by -tlio'/driver while - it was travelling near the rail way station., , 'The .'road* was' rough, and evidently . the boy. was jolted: from his position, arid : thrown in -front 1 of the wheels,' three of which passed over him, crushing him almost: beyond recognition. His / mother witnessed the accident from a distance.

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Local and General. A WALKING PRINTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

Local and General; A 'WALKING PRINTER. Mr. RoSs, an electrician in the office of the 'Daily Mail,' won the Polytech nic London, to Brighton walk. The; time was Sliv llniiu -.I4sec — a record.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

Mr. W. C. Wockner, Toowoomha, Queensland,, writes: 'Chamherlaln',3 Cough Remedy is an excellent Remedy. I iiave been suffering irom a cold for the last two months and; it has eflecded a cura It is a pleasure for me to recommentl it to anyone with a bad co'-d.' This is the opinion of one of the oldest and most respected residents in -Toowoomba, and has lieen voluntarily given in good faitih that others might ti-y Cliamberlain's Cough Remedy and be benefited as lie was. For sale br. L. Edgley and Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

I — ? - ? ? ? ? ? - '^at stick l' Stock /p|g|rt|fE,DC( Station _ «? I 11 awl 1 a „ . r-lesmezi V-— C— Agents. REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF ? s,. 'SKIMS, HIDES, TALLOW, RABBIT SKIS^S, MARSUPIAL SKINS EVER* consignment receives the personal attention of our principals, who supervise the cataloguing, make the valuations and conduct the sales. g~ offices and stores s CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. » » Ii Distinguished everywhere I | Delioaoy of Flavour, Superior Quality, I | and Highly Nutritive Properties I EPPS'S COCOA Is a Valuable Article of Diet and should be in every home. | ? n^-i^isT'Tp^r^M Gate 3 made by j i TAWCHoiw^FEJlCE F°fC\ I I ' I i-'Sem«r * Bourke los!' his brood mwe 1 2'*Selflen* t1el[-ii.ydocsrirhe§erA Cood ^^S|Isk3&' I AncHOR gate life, this r I Address : Lombard Chambers, 107 Pitt-st., Sydney. j JUs ?i ^ ' ^ ^ are rendered (hot or cold)' | 1 | RELISHING AND ENJOYABLE I | |\ by the addition of * Sj | l I LEA H PERK1IS' I j! | I SAUOEy^TX J ;! ; I CHEESE has an exquisite ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

Mr. C. Cook, South Isis, Q., says: 'Some time ago, whiie cane cutting for Mr. Ken-, of Doolbi, I had; a severe at tack of Colic and: Diarrhoea. I got some medicine from the Qhemist but it did me no good. A friend of mine advised me to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I am pleased that I did, for after taking a few doses . I had entirely recovered and was lit for work next day.' For sale by L. Edgley and Co. ? ? ' ' ' ? — : t»

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GIRL SHOOTS HER FATHER TO SAVE HER MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

GIRL SHOOTS HER FATHER TO £AVE HER MOTHER. A11 extraordinary act by a girl of [ tender years was revealed .by the evi dence taken at the Inquest respecting the death of Daniel Lutndie, aged 50, who was a farmer at Major's Creek, near Braid wood. Among the witnes ?es examiniid, was Mr-^jjle Lundie, w;hjo made the fpillowlng conl|ei]s(ion: '1 wish to sate that I shot m|y fa ther. I voluntarily (and . fulty . mado this confession without fear or favor. Father, mother, and I -were in tllie kitchen about 7 o'clock on Septem ber 1. ' Father .said he would drop a 'log pn , my^ .anotheil. MoHlier' said, 'If you do I'lll' send for Constable Marsh.' Father said:, 'I'll kill you before I'm done with you.' 1-Ie turned round to ne, and said, 'IM1 kill |you-, too.' H-; aad 'roused' oil me, and told me to jet ticlty. I asked if lie meant it. He replied, 'You'll see before tihe night as out. 'i I' saicly 'No, yon won't father.' Then , 1 went to a drawer safe, took a cartridge, and put it in a gun. ...

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FOOTBALL WESTERN UNION v. HARTLEY UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

? FOOTBALL WESTERN UNION v. HARTLEY -UNION. ?The following players ihave been selected to represent ?. tjhe ? Wester a .Union in the' match against the Hart ley Union at Gooenwuflll on Saturday next: E. Redding, G. Collier, Kiddie, iA. Dawson, P.. Dajwson,, A. Hayes, C. Upfold, Ii. ''Tremain, L. Qritcliley, H. Bright, P. Barrett, C. Pettend'righ. C. Lawford, A. Smith, and C. Mallect. The team will leave liy passenger train at 1 o'clock. Any p|layers un able to go must inform the secretary immediately if not isooner.

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MINIATURE RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

M INIA'l'URE ' RIFLE ' MATCH. Following' is the result ot a match I held in^. connection with the B. Com panyV: Miniature RHle Club: Lancc Cpl. Frayley, 23; Privates Power,; and Smith, 22; Privates Dryden and Gor- 1 nail and Cadet Donnelly, 21; Cadet Tucker,. 20; Bugler Beavis, 19; Ser geant I-Ioiman, IS ; Cadet Prlngie' and Pri vate Stephens, 17 ; Capt. ? , 'Pringle and Cadet Sandry 14.

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