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BILLIARDS. THE AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

? BILLIARDS. T,HE. AlIATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP. Iliy 40 -Jefe!ateq MJat. Spen.tr llillia,i-(i ni flnal fl0 Amateur ?Wales. amW°nship of New So-ub

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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Duramana. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

? Duramana. . I How few parents take any- inter-] est in tlie schools their children a r tend. The Bajthiu'sti Parents Associ ation1 .oannot Irtiijse ' a meeting, but some o£ our surrounding villages have very active Parents' Associations. . ouort visits from parents and visi tors during 'sahoo^ lioujns, le'nlcfluraije ?he teacher, and give country children moro '(confideace in 'tflie presence of ? strangers. It was your correspondent's pleas ure to visit such a school, at Dura mana. Ijpon entering the room, tike [Child ren rose m salute, and sat dowm fsmn at tho word of command. Vari ous ^tasks wero given them in which they seemed to take a pleasure .Then the MfU Baud played several pieces, ilw quartettes giving 1 evi ence of ureful training. Tlie elder boys are ^ aught carpentering^ and' vegetable bWdening. i^e gjri5 flower garden Si and the older boys and girls Jpe-wiiiitina and shorthand. Natjure im a?d Picture lessons are £avor exercises. (Monthly ljrips 'are ® ln'° ^be bush, w...

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CABLE NEWS. The Waratah. SEARCH STEAMER ENGAGED. MAY START TO-MORROW. Capetown, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

CABLE NEWS.. I The Waratah. SEARCH STEAMER ENGAGED. Imay start TO-MORROW. . j Capetown, Tuesday. I iter's agency announces that the; / J castle liner Sabine lias been i ? rtered to make a thorough search tor the missing Blue Anchor liner ; ^'riie^Sabino will probably sail 011 ?jljursday ? next. '

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

There is no* n parijicle ot oinu'ii ^ fl ( other nicotic in Gl.ainteriJn^ « Cough Remedy, and jevo. i-' .]it H since it was first offered to » ' I ](j It is as safe a medicine iw .j h as for an adult This reniedp tt - H i ous for its cures of colds por fl and can always be depended up sale by L. Edgley and Co. K

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SYDNEY SHAREMARKET. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

SYDNEY .SH.mEJLVRKBT Sydney, Tuesday. ?- j^B Broken I-Iill Junction North, -il/- Block 14, prof., 12/. South - Extended, 3/G. British, odd, 23/. ' fl ; South, . con., 1 £5 Gsi'Gd. HB - Mt„ Moioy, pii-ef., C/G. fl Mt. David, 1/. fl i - .Lloyd's Coppe/r, 2/4. fl

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Lismore Festival. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

? Lismore Festival. I Mr. G. Gun'cer, of the Duramana Public School, is -tlie winner of the first prize for an 'Australian Story' and also first for an essay 011 'The Defence of Australia.' .. Mi'.' Gunter I is a sort of genius in a quietly un assuming way. Incidentally, he pick ed up a second prize .for poetry — a lit tle thing of his own— at the same com

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THE BUDGET. LABOR MEMBER SPEAKS STRAIGHT London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

THE BUDGET. I jjVEOR MEMBER SPEAKS STRAIGHT London, Tuesday. I; a Trades Union Congress has been opened at Ipswich, and . 495 delegates «re present, representing 1,700,000. unionists. ? .. ' A congress was presided over by ilr. V. J. Sliackleton (Labor), mem Iler of the House of Commons, who said that the Budget was: one o£ the greatest financial reforms of modern 'The Budget' said Mr. Sliackleton, 'undertook the care of the . aged, and the feeding of the necessitous. Chil dren also would be treated 011 more humane methods.' ? : : Continuing, Mr. Sliackleton said the unemployed question would make an ever-increa;iing demand on the pub: lie, hut the Budget afforded au oppoi tunity of finding the money without j unduly taxing the people., . , . ,

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GERMANY. IT'S ANXIOUS DESIRE FOR PEACE. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

? GERMANY..: I IT'S ANXIOUS DESIRE FOR PEACE. ? London', Tuesday. ? I During -the next three months Ger many will launch three lU, 000-ton bat tleships and a 22,000 toil cruisers o£ | ii knots, compared with the British launching of the . battleship Neptune, tbe armored cruiser ' 'Indefatigable, and the small cruiser Blanche.

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TRAIN ROBBERS. HORRIFIED AT THEIR OWN WORK. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

TRAIN ROBBERS. ' , : I HORRIFIED AT TI-IEIR OWN -WORK. , London, Tuesday. I Train robbers committed a dastard ly crime at Newcastle/' Pennsylvania, America. Tliey blocked the ? line to rob the express, but the ti/ain passed over -tlie obstruction and was precipitated down „„ embankment. I Two persons were killed outright, ; anij twenty injured. ' The disaster had such an ' effect on 1 tiie would-be robbers that they lied ; ou seeing the completeness o£, tho wreck, without attempting to com ; piete their intended robbery.

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

AUBURN, VIC. - - AVIIliam Lewis, 39 Victoria-road, Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., writes:— -'Wo 'bJaVe found D(r. Sheidons' New DJsc;ov ery works wonders with our children. During the cold, winter months- we would not consider it safe to bo with out it.' Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery , for Coughs and Coldte is an unequalled preparation for tihe euro of all Ciiest Complaints and Lung Troubles. Price, ls Gd and 3s per bottle. For sale everywhere. . ? . ( t . .

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SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

.SYDNEY- PRODUCE . SAiLES. ? Sydndy; Tuesday. '-?'At-'' the Central Railway yairds ? to I day 71 trucks were 'offered, ;of. which : 1 22 - were paissed. ? Tb,o l market was 1 -weaker- tor 'all-. descriptions of protHuce. 'Laiige bales of- .clijoice lulcorne hay iniade from. 4/4 to 4/G, prime 3/9 to 4/ ; .ivh'i'ie: choice 'smaffil li-ealised* 5/7 and 5/8., ?''?'? ' ' ?'' '??? v ?? ' ' '?;?? 1 ? Choice cjliaff soldi Ifronu M/7 'to -4/3 0, prime 4/2 too 4/5; |good' 3/9 to ; 4/1, medium, 3/2 to 3/G| unM'ioi'l 2/7 t« 2/9. j.Potatoes: Choice, G/10 to - 7/1; I prime, 6/1 to G/6; good,. )5/ to 5/5; 1 medium. 4/7;. inferior, 2/6. - I - Among Western j consignments sub mitted ; were: — .. . Straw, d,ei-i'ick .pressed — from Prat ley, Kelso, passed'. ? Potatoes — from G. Cheney, New ibTiidge,' 6/10; .Young/ 7/1. ? 'i ? i ; ,, .... . ; ??'j.i-V-Ts-l.'.

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

GOLF. .,, fl The members at tho Baithurst Golf tin Club were entertained at Bruceiiaie 011 j^K tht Saturday afternoon by Mv. and Mis. Mi H. C. Suttor. Mixed foursomes we.o n rai played with the following results. |H Brownlow and Mrs. Lawford, -10 6 « ?'aI 'I-Ioldslrip and Msisl Allen 4S SW ? mg G. II. Lee and Miss Kenny 43 2 41 K «'l J. Mci?.lallamy and Miiss ,'E I «» McPMllamy .. 57 12 -15 H its N. Suttor anU Miss W-eat1 57 14^ H Qa Waiiker and Mi's. Robertson 79 IS b. n ga Rutherford and Miss Lee 48 2 « «u Dr. Robertson.' and Mi-sMooroC3b5U w les: Dr. Moore .and Miss jTMpinp- ^ G. Thompson aiwi Dr. Gullftt C3 11 52 H 'ie II. Allen- and Miss D. Suttor CI 10 H am. ?R. Suttor and Miss Ogle 5S It ' W F. Kenny and Miss. McICell 57 w1' 'j. C. Suitor and Missi-K. Mc- ™ Pliillamy -55, ? J. Kenny and Miss Kendall 11 M '' flj 01 H. Thompson and Jlissi OB. , ° Thompson fl i Newton and Miss K. Suttor fl ,'1 Field) and ' Mrs Kenny- W'11 H c J. B. Deakin and Miss A- _ , H 1 McPMHamy . .. :?? 63...

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Our Sydney Letter. MR. KIRKCALDIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

Our Sydney Letter. (From our Correspondent.) '. MR: KIIIKCALD1E. . The Vldath of Mr. Kirkcaldie remove one of tlie most capable a'ailway- ad-r ministrators in Australia. Many, be lieved that, 011 the 'retirement of Mr. Oliver,'1- he 'should 'have been appointed to' the - Chief.- Commissionership. : I-Ie 1 eiliied most of his railway experienc 3 in New - South Wales, and he might | have had a, higher position in Victoi ia, | had- ' he-' been -tdispo'sed to ,- accept it. ; It caniiot 'b'e said that his; death was, uii expected; for on Friday last week . it was ianntiunced : that .he : had been ope rated iupon for. appendicitus; 'and . was 'progressing favourably.'- The 'pro- gression!? has now ended. Jn', the- man ner that' has - become so .-terribly - com mon -'since* -'operations', .were,, made-,, the, sheet alnclior ot.the;;medical profes sion. Tlie 'pruritus secaiuli,' as a dis tinguished physician has termed the desire to resort to 'heroic' operations, may- : itself , become a: f...

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LOCAL ASTRONOMER'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

LOCAL '-ASTRONOMER'S :OPINiON. .'? 'I . cam. see', no': reason to refuse cre 'deiice 'to Dr. Cook's exploit,' said Mr. P i Baracchi, the Victorian Government Astronomer ! and . Meteorologist, in an interview with :a. representative of -the 'Argus.', This emphatic opinion, -oming as it does from a man who tands high in the scientific world of ustralia, adds weight to the views lready . expressed by Professor' David. 'It is true,' Mr. Baracchi went on, !that he» was the only white man ac tually to reach 'the Pole, but 'that is his misfortune, or good fortune. Some of his observations are certainly at variance with those of other, expedi tions; but — no, It is not Tail' to refuse to believe him: AVe have believed all the rest.' -Were Dr.- Coolers astronomical ob servations questionable? 'No more,' declared Mr. Baracchi, 'than those of other explorers.' Scientific observa tions arc extremely difficult In regions where-' one cannot use his fingers. De licate adjustments -of vernier screw...

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The Country. NEWBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

The .Country. NEWBRIDGE. Dim of the most enjoyable evenings sp.ent iii Newbridge for some years -was' that of the 2Gth ultimo, the .occasion being a farewell social tendered our late school teacher . and his esteemed wife, Mr. and -Mijs. Aildis. Mr. Alldis has been for some years in- chargs of i lie , local Public School, and has during .the time so conducted himself and : the work of . the school as to ^command the respect of all sections ofj the community. His broad Handed ness, ? combined with a cheerful dis position, made him a host of friends, and Newbridge suffers by his depart ure. ; Mr. Toomey,: one of the members of - the- R.C; School- Board, - claims for himself and ? Mr.'iiiAlldis^the .distinction of being tlie ilrsjlito amalgamate school children : on Empire 'Day -:in the, Bath urst District: . . . -tThe:- function 'took the form- of a' pre sentation, the Gladstone Hall being nicely 'decorated for the occasion. The chair was taken by Mr. Noble. ,Wilson, J.P; (who is also...

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NEW PARLIAMENT HOUSES. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

NEW: PARLIAMENT HOUSES.' ' ' (To- the Editor.) ? ? Sir,— Our, legislators in Macquarie 'street are., just now devoting a large part; of iheir inteiligence and energy to the question of building new Parlia ment: Houses, while from- the.- inability of. the railways to carry the- traffic pro ?ducers, ? -are sullerli.g heavy losses in'i stock ,:. and ?. produce of ;all kinds every day, and. there: is' every prospect of an absolute deadlock of ' traffic if, we should, have ihe luck to have a good Wheat;. livesto'.i-, , and wool ' harvest, ? which is - almost assured. - Our - legisla tors are. in deadly tear that a conflag ration may break, out in the buildings now in use, and that all the thousands of tons of Hansard debates and other rubbish 'may be ir-etrievably lost,, and so they have nei^cr time nor atten tion for the wants of. producers in the way? of- railway facilities, .and facilities fo'r.^dealing with-iuicvproduce iat the port , as it dribbi-.s down, such as stock, : siileyards...

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Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. I ? . Sydney, Tuesday. ? I Butter: ,- . Speciality;, flavourfcd brands I ?11G/; .seconds, 90/ to- 1C0/; - pastry,! SO/ to 90/; Potatoes: . Tasmiinian redslcins £7 to :£S; Victorian £5 to ,'£6. ? JPiour, .£10 17s Gd to £11. Maize: Northern. River, 3/9 to1 3/11. WJieat, 4/9 -to 4./101 Oats,, Tasmanian white, 2/7 -to 2/8; Algerian; milling; 2/4; iseed; - 2/5. ' ' (Bran, £4 15s. 1 Pollard, £4 15is. Chaff: Adelaide prime -wheaten, '£4 10/ . to i£4 15s; - Melbourne: prime wheaten, i£4 to £4 10s; ? prime oaten, £3 15s. , ? ' .: . . Derrick siraw, Ta'amanlan. Cs to £3 10s. Lucerne, Hunter River new green, £3 15s to £4; 'did £4 to £4 10s. , - Onions: Victorian brown Spanish, £5 to - £7; Japanese £9 to £10. Eggs: Noliithen1 River, new Said, 9d to Souther* and Railway 9%'d SuburUaii, oi,uw ll'iiid, lOdl to 10%d Duck eggs, new. laid, lOd to lid!.

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Musical and Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

fnusical and Literary Society. ? -A committee meeting . of -tho .'-Mubi- | Clil! and : Literary Association tWas held i IS (Beavis Bros.' rooms ' last night. There were present! Mfr~J; W. Ander son, president, and Messrs. G.. Tarrant, ' '. 1-1. C. BeavJs, -R..:Bolton,; G. H. vlivans/i 1-i. -1-1. Shepherd; Campbell, :F. ,.Royal,.l A. Curtis, U. J. Tinkler, Jones, and A: I GartrellJ Correspondence -was read) from 1-Iarbottle, Allsop and C0.4 to Mr. i Adam Innes, acknowledging , his . letter, of the |l0th ultimo;- and ' stating that they had much pleasure;; as: agents for. Messis (James Catto,nLtd , ^Aheidpen, in- acceding .to , Ills'' request' ' for.' -a ^'tro- phy to 'be presented: — tolthe ? J3athurs't Musical and Literary Socitey, i,or,,JhfJr forthcoming competition', ' Tlie' 'com- pany i'stated,-. that they -;jiad purchased a' handsome : specimen of the silver smith's art, which -they haclvdespatclied that day. Tlie trophy would be, as ?Mr. Innes suggested, 'the Catto's Whisky Tro...

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Correspondence OUR IMPROVEMENTS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

? Correspondence OUlt IMPKOYHMEJi'TS'. ' ' (To the Editor.) ? ; Sir,— The street lamps in Bathurst I have been, judging by their brightness, .at night,- fitted with new mantles. This is one oftli^.many good things done by -our council for the improve ment of our -city .v;How would one: find' his. way home at night if it wel'e not for the lamps in the streets? I-Ie would, 1 1 am. afraid, have to feel his: way. -'and- 1 rely upon his instinct. There - -lias; I however, been one complaint lodged: in connection with: the renovation of 1 street lights, and that is the placing ! of the broken glass in tlie- gutters by the lamp-menders. This might seem 1 a very' trifling matter, but it is, after all, serious: r hope that this act will I not be repeated by the lamp-fitters, j I am, etc., CITIZEN. 1

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER II.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

Ralpl Derrick's Message CfMf-TiiiR J I ? .(CoiUImiedJ! . . ?PorUapa.' Nina's) lips tiglitened into a straight linp. M never thougUt. so much ot him as you do.' ?No; I believe you were -a 'little jealous ol1 Ihiini bt'.side, sweetheart. You tlioujglit 'Jie had a larger share of mv aireciioua than lie ouKht to liave, 6)1?' X»eilriclc strolcqd : ' lier cl^eelc tenderly, and 'his .gloomy eyes brigli tened , and grew inexpressibly. ? tender. 'A'li,, you were 'wrong i,Uere! H- «aire more, for him tlian I ever ca.rod for any man — 1 would do more' for film than lor any obiter man— but tlie love I have for him is not to be named in tlie same tUiy as the love I liave -for you, sweet!' ' ?1 am sure of that, Derrick. Go on, tell me your mother's, story!' . Nina turned 'her'l'ace so that lier lips just 1i-udhed li.is hand. She was -is it rule yery cliary-'- of her caresses, and so wtkm they .did conie '''they .wero ?a.ll Ijhe nnoa'e .'vahiieU.' Den-iclt's face flushed Avith delight, and lie too...

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