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LEFT-HANDED COMPLIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

LEFT-HANDED COMPLIMENT. An exchange says: 'In New South Wales there fare 1570 medical' practi tioners, 1210rjfeSitists, and 027 ..pharma- cists, and stlli our death rate is tho '.'weat .{n^tlie world.'— Rather a left coiiy)/(mqnt,...but then, Austra 1 Uw -is.. a wonderful' country: ' Look how Ii progresses In spite of all the legislation It has - to put up with.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

OPTICIAN'S VISIT. ' September 29t!h is'Ue date of next knotn n ^c?man- '«?'. the: weu Batlmrst (Chaa Gtbb, late principal! of Charles Glbb and' Co., and J. W I (lat0 Mah»gor and Sight bpeclalist lor H. A. Barraclough), who years nr V«Mnet thl8 town for sfme! rely otf th« mnot clpa'3' so clIeat5 can I ,2,™ the most. expert Eye service In1 consuming us. Next visit Sept 20th.

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

POLICE COURT At the Bathurst^PoIice .Court . yes terday Alfred McCarthev, 24, a ' but cher, was, charged \Wth being .drunk and disorderly In Keppel-street, early yesterday morning. There was a se cond count of unlawfully assaulting mother, John Edward MeCartliey. For each offence, lie was fin :d 10s or ihi'ec days imprisonanenlt, accumu lativo Time in.' which to pay the flues was allowed 011 his finding se curity. '

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian Cricketers. MATCH AGAINST AN ENGLISH ELEVEN. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

The Australian Cricketers. ?HUTCH AGAINST AN' ENGLISH ELEVEN. London, Tuesday. ICarkeelc was placed in the- Austra lian team instead: of Carter. , The weather was 'dm - and the wic Ket soft'. There' was a small atten ^'joues won tihe toss for the Eng lishmen and decided to hat. Play, was started at 3.20. Iremongcr and Tarrant patted first. When Iremonger .was 8, ^Tarrant was caught hy liacarbnesy atl mi,d-off^ liO'ded ^Tliitty for S — 1, for 20. Uefore iremonger scored any more nuis, Halyes was caught at long-on cu by JL'eiUistaiv fbowlfld O'Connor for 16—2 for 37. Cricket was slow and the pitch dead. Gun was tlie next man to hat. I-Ie gave a dUance o£ being stumped: off HoiikinS ivhtjn S. Inemongej; ,15 — for 51, ,.. e r-- ? i-s' Play was delayed for. 20 minutes ow ing to ra^n. ' . - Iremonger was 17 wlieln Gunn1. was given out leg ibe£ore to Armstrong for 11—3 tor 57. ' - . ??? ?v -, .'- . . .. ' - I Crawford wont in next and was 9 irlien Iremonger was Isinartlyj eaugjht hv McAlis...

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PENTRIDGE GAOL. NICE PLACE TO GET IN OR OUT. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

PENTridge gaol. ' INICE PUCE to GET in or out. ? Melbourne, Wednesday. Iv 1 ii ei' rDatle startling re e!j ons to-day, regarding the unse «r y of Pentridge Gaol, /before the , 0 SerVice Commission' Ik ?, Saitl tlle ™aiu sate was.Jnsuffi ,c,e™y guarded: thnt Iti 0 er 1,ar's of 'the prison were -in- '-«!, and could easily he forced. in aUer c:ol]ier also said that a dar man, under cover of night; might ana Y'd °Ut of tlle 1)risou a-t will 'n ght even get possession of the lie a''' ^'le ^e5's °£ the ' cells if Wil cd a favorable opportunity.

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Bachelors' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

Bachelors' Ball. ' One of the most enjoyable dances ever held in Bathurs't was given last night in the Masonic Hall, by tho Ba chelors. .There was a large attend ance, and, with the well-decorated hall and so many handsomely dressed la dies, the scene was quite 'enchanting. The hall was decorated with palms, ferns, and almond blossoms, while'the tables, which were laid on the stage, were artistically adorned with jon~ quils,', daffodils, and violets. Mr, Ni cholls' orchestra contributed excellent music, and the function reflected the greatest credit on the energetic secre tary, and those bachelors associated with liin\. Appended is a list of the dresses worn uy the ladles:— Mrs. Percy Idajphillamy, b'nek bro cade, ibertlia atnd slleeves of .cream net, Oriental trimming. . M?rs. Gibsone, black satin. Mrs. Gilmour, lovely Empire gown of blue crepe de chine, jink rose#, . 'Mrs. 'Wardl, hlaelc velvet gown, brrtha of cream lace. ^ Mi's. , Kendall, flame coloured glace, Diny white roses o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Potatoes. THE IRISH BLIGHT TROUBLE. MINISTER SPEAKS STRAIGHT. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

v . ? Potatoes. . the IRISH BLl'GHT TROUBLE. MINISTER SPEAKS STRAIGHT. ,, Syduey, Wednesdnv' rnio 'Minister for Agriculture was waited on this' afternoon, with ret gard to.the outbreak of Irish blight. '-'The ''deputation, .was .introduced by Mr. J. C. L. Fltzpatrick; .The retention of the present p,-0. hibiticn respecting 'liotat'oea. 'from Vic toria and Tasmania Was urged and that -all .potato growers In the state should be compelled to treat seed in the best possible way. . It was also suggested that tlio de partment shojld permit 'the appoint ment of leading men as honorary In spectors. 1 The Minister said,. in reply, that all he was afraid of in connection with the. matter was that several parts of New South Wales, were afflicted by this disease'. His inspectors haj made investigations, and, at the pre sent, moment, were in the Orange dis trict. ' The trouble originally was brought about by the introduction of Tasma nian potato seed, which were diseas ed ..and which were distri...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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The Waratah. THE SABINE TO GO IN SEARCH London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

.- The Waratah. THE SALUNF, TO GU IN SEARCH , London, WedDesda\. in connection Willi the proposal for a joint search (or the missing Lund linsr Waratah, the London underwriteTs have subscribed ^2600, the uwners £1000 and the Trotecti-Jn and Indcmniiy Asso' ciation ^300. ? . ' . ' ' ' ' Arrangements are- almnst ' completed for sending the Castle -liner Sabine in search of the missing vessel. ' . The. Sabine will , first search the r,„ tent from Cape Agulhas towards Keriiu elen Island. . b ? V ? ? Later. ;.Th'e,.^abiiio will sail from Capetown probably on Thursday. '

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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The Country. ROCKLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

- - - The Country. ROCKLEY. '? '?'(From ;Qur . Correspondent). ' ; .Tho- social : held on Friday night, in' aid of raising funds to erect a read ling:, room, 'to the 'local ScSiool of Arts, realised -.seven pounds. ItMs .intend ed to' hold a series of socials in aid of the above -.object. There we're 03 coiupies pft-esonw and dunqlng -was| vigorously :koi)t up until early niont :Ing. ? 'Uho ? management was splendid ly canrled-.out. by tho sub-comm-lttee, ? MessTb. ,Dous|t, Crimmliigp, McLean-, Todd, - and1 .Firth, while the following iadiels, Mesdames, Doust, Neal, Todd, Cullon, NVardman, OUui'chlll, and Miss Neal . had' the -supper arrangements in first class styJe. Tho mu(sic was in tbc hands of Mr. D. McGee, Batlmrstl, and. the duties of M'e O. were filled by Messrs.. Hope and Jones. During tho evening, solos-, were rendered 'by Miss Jones-. (Lagoon) : and Mr.* Nell Shaha- I han. . !-? ,:

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THE GENTLE GERMANS. PROPOSED AERIAL FLEET. TO WIPE OUT ENGLAND. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

THE GENTLE . GERMANS. '. PROPOSED AERIAL FLEET. ?Ct'o: ,)VIPE OUT ENGLAND. , , ' : ? Loudon, Wednesday. ' - Ilei;,*' 'Martin 'declares that ten years hcnce'''G-rrmauy will have - : .1000 Dirigible. *fiallbons. . 1 '10, 000- -Aeroplanes. ; Tlie. Germau aerial fleet, armed with torpedoes';' 'would, ; he added,- impertl the, X-ritishj.fleet. aud ports and thus facilitate! inyas.iou.' ,

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ACTRESS AND PRINCE. PRINCE SACRIFICES FOR LOVE. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

?^,'ii.QTRESS , AND , PRINCE. ^.PRINCE .'SACRIFICES FOR 'LOVE/'.: 1 .- ..' '(-v.1- . , London, Wednesday.' ... Mis(5 'LotteVo,.-an Italian actress/ has beo'n. married in London to Prineo Hprmari's' son and hell', the. Grarid-] Duke of ^Saxe-We'nier. ' .jj-The young -prince .renounced his' title in; .order- to rn^rry tiio lady- wiUi/whoiri fie- \yas-'{u love.' J; ''

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CABLE NEWS. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. THE MINE WHICH WAS CAUGHT. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

GABLE NEWS. ... .'^'terrible accident. j THE/ MINE WHICH WAS CAUGHT, j , , 1. ' London, Wednesday, j , Lieutenant (Hofer, ya Hungarian of-'| fleer, ,aud'-flyp'men, 'in a motor boat in, llu'rigary during, a .test- to overtako a , riipving * mine, the' lieutenant's own i'nv.enj^ori,. ,met witli* a , frightful acci dent., , '.?r' .':. '?/ ,'..., .. .- ' ' ? ..^.Tjiej, m'ot6r,r:boat 'qveitodk tho mine;' jbutlicollj.d^ed^vlth it. ' . f, . ' ,. . .- The L(euteuant' und two 'men , wero ! blown; ;io pieces, iud two others' bod ily ; injured. , V ''. ,

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PORT OF LONDON. PROPOSED NEW HARBOR DUES. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

' PORT' OF LONDON. * PROPOSED' NEW'. HARBOR DUES. London, \Vednesday. ^ Tiie'' 'authorities of the Port of Lon don, are preparing a - draft schedule of new maximum port dues, estimat ed ~tO;j;ielde£ 70, 0Q0 additional arinual revenue.' - ;.T\venty:flvo k'nds .of cbrn_and grain are enumerated, 'arid the' dues' range frtiitt-: sixpence , to .1 shilling per .ton. ...Amongst some of -the now charges are: — ' ' ' ' „ : .- Coal,. Gd . -.per -.ton. . .; Meat, 2s. per toil. ~ i ' '.Cheesfe1, ls' Gd per ton. ~ :,Buttp.i*j. 2s Cd per ton. ' .. * Wool, is Gd per ton. \ ?'Wirfe,' ls- p'er. 100 gallons.*'^

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THE TERRITORIAL FORCE. THEIR WORK DEFINED. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

. THE TERRITORIAL' FORCE. kjTHEIR' WORK DEFINED. .-? :;????:. , . ,. . London, Wednesday. ;Th3 Trades* Union Congress, has condemned any compulsory - enlistment of 'the* working classes into the ' pro posed ..Territorial Force. ' . The Congress also condemns the use of the Territorial. Force in. suppressing strike; riots. » * . Mi\ Sha.ckl.eton, ., Labor member of Parliament,- ' explained that Mr. Ilalr dane, Secretary for War, had ; already stilted that' 'die Territorials wero not to., be; used , in connection with trade disputes.: ; ? . , r

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COLONIAL SHIPBUILDING. SIR BENJAMIN BROWNE'S SUGGESTION. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

.COLONIAL SHIPBUILDING. SIR BENJAMIN BROWNE'S SUGGES ' ;'..*''f.n' ? -,* '-:-TlON. / '- . ? ;. '' ' 'London, Wednesday. ., * Sir ; Benjamin Browne, Chairman of Directors of B. and' W. Hawthorne, Leslie, and Co., Newcastle-on-Tyne, Engineers aud Shipbuilders', ?* in a let ter to, the 'Times,'' clcallng with colo nial arsenals and dockyards, suggests that Colonial ship -building, steel, en gine, and ordinance yards .bo encour aged; ? but that they improvd their me thods, - aud enlarge their 'shops- by of fers of a share of the Australian -Go- vernment's contracts. Sir Beujaniln Browne also proposes that Colonial- firms get Into 'touch with old-established ' English houses willing to* Hu'cl sonie capital aud additional management,, aud supply designs and drawings. . ?

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BU HAMARA'S LOT. MOROCCO BOUND. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

BU, HAMA^A'S' LOT. : - -?'-?- m6rocco bound. -? '.'London/ Wednesday. ?' The ' Moorish Pretender, Bu Hamara, has.: beeu' sentenced to be conflue-J in hls-,cage until .'he dies.

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GARAGE ABLAZE. CARS AND PROPERTY DESTROYED. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

GARAGE ^'ABLAZE. '' V cars And property'destroyed. Sydney, Wednesday.- I , An .old flour' faill, 'used' as* a motor garage 'at' Cooiiia,'. Was destroyed 'by fire last night, and four motor cars, (two' of tliem valued at £600 each), machliiery, 'cools,- . repairing plant, household' furniture aVid personii.1 ef fects, to the value : of several huddred pounds, wero destroyed; Tlie fire occurred through ? a defect in the petrol tank of oiie of the cars.

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THE SELBY TRAGEDY. HUSBAND HELD FOR TRIAL. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

TI-IE SELBY TRAGEDY. HUSBAND HELD FOR TRIAL. . I Syduey, Wednesday. The Inquest concerning the -.death of Elizabeth . Selby, , aged.- 4G,;- -which ,oc-| curred at Chippendale, as the result of a revolver shot wound. .Inflicted by lier husband, Alfred George^ Selby, wits concluded to-day. Selby was committed for trial 011 a charge of wilful murder. ..... .

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AUBURN, VIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

' AUBURN, VIC. A William -Lewis, 39 Victorla-i'oad, Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., writes:— 'Wo have' found Dr. Sheldons' New' Discov ery worlre ' wonders with- our children.' During the cold, winter months,, '.we would not consider it r.stfe .'?'..'j0 w'tl out it.' ' ? . '' ' ? . Dr. f5lieldori's' New Discovery for Coughs and Coldfc Is an unequalled j preparation for Uho cure .of all Chest Complaints and Lung. Trouble's. , Prlco; Is 6d and 3s per bottle.;. For sa3o overywiiove. '-'.'J

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THE BIOGRAPH THIEF. TAKES A £1000 FILM. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

TI-IE ,BI0GRAPH-' THIEF.'; ' TAKES 'A '£1000 FILM: .?. _ .?- ? : . .- . Sydney, Wedensday.-, ? Somo, time, during Tuesday' '/night,/ or to-day. a biograph film . valued if at' £1000 .^yas stolen from the. ..^Queen's^ Hall; Pitt-street. ...

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