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CLOSER SETTLEMENT. PASTORALISTS DON'T LIKE NEW BILL. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

. closer ; settlement. J PASTORALISTS DON'T ^^rLIKE- NEW : BILL r' : .. ' Sydndy;*-'Wedne'sday.' :v ?'The' provisions :of ' the . Closer-' Set-, tiemcnt Bill,' Introduced, into the: New' South Wales Assembly-! by Mr. Moore, ^Iniater-i for Laiidsi'^do1 not ?'cominond tliqmsalves- 'to 'the : -pastoral ists'* of. -the State, .and a: very determined, :attempt is ;to be- made to fight the measure. :: / It: was stated iu; Mlnistdiial quar ters to-day that a well-known City, firni- of solicitors have, been approach-, ed with the object of brin^ingt.coun sel to tho ' bar of the House in oppor sit'ion -ito the mea§ure|, : ?'? .,. Mr. G. :H. Reid is the legal lunin ai*y wlio-is -spoken -of ,- as'; 'the .-one: soj, lecte'd- to do battle:' for ;-the;|Wg land holders. i;i , a 'i ? Several members : of- ? the ..House, who. support the' Government .are- -being sounded from without as to their at titude with regard to the. Bill. - ? ?

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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH STATE POLITICS. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (From Now South WhIch Country Press Aiaooiatioal. , j j ; *? j .-STATE POLITICS.. -;, *...S * i ? ? ? ? Sydney. ?= Wednesday. ., , - In - the I-Iouso.; of Assembly, ..toriiight, the'vimprovonieut .CaucellaUoir -..B.ill wad read .a .third: time. ?-?/,. .-,?*; 1 Mr. Arthur Griffiths uioyed tho ad journment of the I-Iousp to discuss ,cer? tain mis-statements, made by-.: the, Mi nister of Public Instruction,; In, .cou 'nection with certain . queijions,,. asked by him three weeks -.ago., ll : He,..-.wa.s 4*uied out- or order; by^the ..Speaker,;^ the' grounds .that ^e . iuatter.^riad qbeen discussed previously., ??-.

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MORE WILLIS. HE SECURES VERDICT. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

MORE AVILLIS. - HE SECURES YERDICT. r' ' Sydney, Wednesday. ' The case In which Thomas' ' William Daley sued W. N. Willis 'feir the ''re- covery of £2000 as coiiipeusatlon';'for alleged false 'imprisonmb'iit, wai; con-1 eluded this afternoon. ' ?' ? 1 The jury; 'after So. 'minutes'' retire ment, returned with a vfer'dict for' the defendant, Willis.' ,p

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THE LAND HUNGER. AREAS TAKEN UP. Sydney, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

..the land -.hunger; . areas -taken UPi- .... ... ? ;? Sydney, .Wednesday. , touring the ' -nine weeks ending- Sep tember-' 1st, 362 now ..settlers.-, select: ed 210,330 -acres of Crown* land -as,. ori- ginal holdings, ?? aud i'444 selectors took up 1'10,5S5 acres 'as additlonaliholdiugs..

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WRECK OF THE ERROL. SHIP ALMOST DISAPPEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

WRECK OF THE ERROL. '' ?SHIP ALMOST DISAPPEARS.- M The steamer Tofua 'arrived from'- the South Seas this morning. i''- 'She passed MIddleton Reef onj the voyage, and the wreck of 'the'' btirque' Errol was found 'to have ' almost'' dis appeared. Only portion 'of the poop remained. ' ' . Tjie Annasona wreck' on ' the' 'same reef, is still intact.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DOG AGAIN. COSTS £35 THIS TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 9 September 1909

The' dog again. COSTS £35 THIS TIME. . ? At 'tiie' District Court to-day; Qeorge | William Beaumont, carpenter, claimed'! £200 damages from , Mrs. 'Johanna McNamara, cab proprietress,. 'for in juries sustained through being bitten by a dog. alleged to' bolbrig to defend aut. A verdict was given for' £35.

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CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909

co-'o'pbration. A speaker ( refcri'ed feelingly ' In Syd ney- on - Tuesday,- 1 to tlie ? conditions prcvalihg before ';co-operation -^atn' Into force in the buttei'' industry. ?'«iiu tcjuembor when we sot 6d a ?pound from the agents to adncy, who lield tflie butter .umtll wintei tima a»d sold it for Is and. 3a per -b. ;Co-opei-ation had stopped that.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909

Church Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. OIIUUCU OF ENGLAND. ?hARlSU OF O'CON NULL. , BcaConaflcld— 10.30 11. ni., Hector. Oboron— 3, p.m., Hector. OTonnell-7.30 p.m.;, BeotoJ. . . Sunny Corner— 1 1, a.m., Uead-r. -lt. Lambie— 3 p.m., Header. ? Itydal- 7 30 p.m;,'Heador.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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USEFUL ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909

USEFUL ADVICE. Tiice following useful advicee to growers of produce, etc., is given in the current number of the 'Agricul- tural Gazette': — Tableland — Bathurst section— Potatoes— for. early crop may be planted about thee middle of. the month. Tliese should appear . above ground early iu Oo'tober, when danger from frost Is slight. Upon the lower lands planting should be delayed from one week to a fortnight. Maize may be sown,' upon the highlands .during Jlast week of the month. It is- too ea.ily to sow the low-lying lands.. Jerusalem 'artichokes may be planted about the middle .of the montii. . Sow mangolds*, beet, carrots, lucerne, lcalo, kohl-rabl, grasses, sheep's burnet, and tobacco. .Cereal crops under one 'foot In height could be. harrowed to advan tage. . : Harvesting machinery should be overhauled and repaired ifs nccessais* i Vegetables.— Asparagus roots should be' set; out early in the, month. Pota toes for enrly crop may he planted about 'middle' of month.- Sow carrots, ...

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RAILWAYS. MR. KIRKCALDIE'S SUCCESSOR. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909

. RAILWAYS. . MR. TCIRKCALDIE'S SUCCESSOR.. ; Sydney, Thursday^ The general belief among railway oITlcials 'is' that -^Mr. John ? Harper, Chief Trniilc Sla'iTager, will succeed the late Mr. Kirkcaldie as Railway Commissioner. ?'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EARTHQUAKE. SERIOUS TROUBLE SOMEWHERE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909

? ? T ? ? ? ? - 1 ; EARTHQUAKE. J SERIOUS TROU3LE SOMEWHERE. : ; . ' Sydney, Thursday. Another' big earthquake was record ed by the Beismograpk at the 'Rive' view College, : -Hunter's H'll, to-day. As far as can be judged,, the .'quake occurred 2000 miles away, and, if 011 land-,' .-will, cause, great damage. Tiie seismograph at the Sydney Ob servatory also recorded a disturbance of considerabo violence, the shock lasting three-quarters of an hour.

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THE BUTTER INDUSTRY. 'TIS BUT A LITTLE MARGARINE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909

, THE butter INDUSTRY. ,riTS- BUT? A' LITTJjE MARGARINE. ? Sydney, Thursday. ? : A- deputation of delegates from the Corpporative 'Butter Factories Confer ence,' introduced by Mr. John Norton, walteii- upon the Chief Secretary to day regarding the manufacture of iriar garinshand the effect it was' haying 011 these ' engaged Jn the production of uuue. _ ?Jivif :? -. . v ? ; ? -*Mr. Norton stated that 20 tons df margarine was now manufactured weekly, or £50,000. worth a year. Mr: ,G. .S. Brinei-j member for Ra leigh said two interests had to be protected, tliose of tbe butter produc ers and the public.' The public had a' right to buy margariue, and ? also had the right' to know when they were buying it. Mr, Wood, in reply, 'said . he was ciuite prepared to give consideration to the request', that no coloring should be vpeimltted which would make mar garine resemble butter; but lie would consult the Advisory Board and see if a regulation could be framed and^f the. Government could do a...

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8-HOUR DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909

S-HOUR DEMONSTRATION. ! The usual weekly meeting ot the Bathurst- S-Hour Demonstration Com-. | tnittee took place at the . Masonic Hall yesterday night. There was a good uitl.leiidauce aaid the president,, Mr. Jl MtUoney, occupied the chair. {Tiie committee decided to withdraw the' guessing competition as they did tic 1 desire to infringe tho law in any. way, or even desire to ,1)0 granted permission (o break tWa Jaw. The' j Sydney 8-Hour Committee- intlmatod iuut iuwais. iv. uuiiil»vujic iiiiu aiuu i McDougall had been appointed dele gates front the Sydney S-EIouh- Demon stration Committee. TJ11 1 committee accepted tho tender Cif Mr. R.' Nlcholl's for mttBlc at } the' social.' Further matters in ' conn eotlon witli tlie procession woreYcousiidered and It was shown ' that this ye ar's demon Btratlongave every sign tl lat it would excell all previous efforts.'

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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH CHILD GORED. A COW'S UGLY TEMPER. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909

NEWS BY TELEGRAPH! (f rom New Son [ 1 1 Wales Couutrj Press Association I* CHILD GOHED. A COW'S UGLY TEMPER. Sydney, Thursday. At. ' Bemboka, . 'in the South Coast District, to-iday, a child aged 4, named Rolfe,T-'was. cliarged .by a cow. ? -.. The co\vrs'-.'horii 'entered the centre of the child h forehead, making ail ugly sap-;, ing wound: . . 4: Ths -little fellow is expected to re-., cover. : . - .

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HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909

HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. The usual monthly meeting of the Batliurst District Hospital was Jield yesterday there being present Messrs. Simmons (in the chair) and W. L. Elliot, O. Slowman, W. Si McPhlllamy and C. BoyiL Mr. Miller wrote en closing copy of letter Iron)', me unuer Secretary tor Public wror,ks, stating that Mr- Dowel 1, District Architect, liad prepared plans In connection with the proposed improvements at the in-- Btltutiort. Also that the wovk of pre paring plans- for the steptic ? tank was :being proceeded with at . liet'd office. (stating; tlmt they were holding a hall in aid of the Hospital on tho 15th /Inst., and asked for Uie loan ?of cut lery for the occasion. Mr. McKHbban was asked to convey the thanics or -the committee to the' . people of O'Con nell and informed^ that Ids request , for cuitlery was granted. A donation of f(wo guineas wsis ' recetlve'il au't acknowledged with thank'* from n prentleman who hid his identity imdcr the nom de plume of 'Petrrti ' Ac count...

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A RAID ON THE FOXES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909

' A '.RAID ON THE FOXES. A very successful drive 'was held at Mr. T. ' Slmmins's, Campbell River, on Monday last, there being a large at tendance, and the weather was all that could be desired for the outing. Trere were fourteen shooters, ; and 61 noxious animals' were . accounted for,: nmongst the number being 2S foxes, the balance being wnllabies and rab bits. - Th 'following scores were made -W. Ryan, -.ID;. J.' S. Rawson, 11; E Brown, 3; S, Foley, 3; T. Sim mon^ 10; P. Clarke, 2; M. Ryan, 2; T. Ryan 2; B. McKayi;2; O. Duggarty, 2'; J. W. Rawson, 1; D. Lewis, 3; T. Rawson, 2; . B. ' Callan; , '-1.' ' . The 28 foxes Included two litters of pups, one of 8 uud another of 7.

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POTTS POTTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909

POTTS POTTED. Dominic Potts, an old offender, was sentenced to seven days,* imprison ment at the Police Court yesterday for drunkenness.

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BATHURST FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909

BATHURST FAT STOCK SALES. Fat Cattle yards i, Prime bullocks, £8 lis to £9 15.; medium bullocks, £G' 2s to £7; meiliim bul lbcks, £5 2s to £5 18; fat cows nnd! lielfers, '£4 19s to £7. 17s; steers, cows, and bullocks, (£1 8s to £3 13; fat sheep,' 9s Gd to 14s lOd; . store lambs, 4b Gd to Gs 9d; fat pigs, £2 to £2 m . Prime beet per lOOlbs, 29s.

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BEAUTIFUL PANSIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909

BEAUTIFUL PANSIES. We have to acknowledge receipt of a box of patisles from BUhopcourt. They are without question the most beautiful specimens we have ever seen. The shape is perfect, and. there 1: richness and warmth of- colouring wl.lcii would enrapture, an artist.

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HOMEBUSH SALES. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 10 September 1909

HOMEBUSH SALES'. Sydney, Thursday. CO, 000 penned* values unaltered; wethars 10/ to 22/G; ewes 9/ to 19/S. Caittle: ,1285 yai?led» market flfl-m;, bullocks .£0 , to £14; cows £3 ,-to ,£9. ?i0s.-: -. -'-V -?

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