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CABLE NEWS. The Budget. LORD ROSEBERY IN THE FIELD. LANDOWNERS "DAMNBD AND DOUBLY DAMNED." PRESS OPINIONS. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
GABLE NEWS. I The Budget. Il0rD U0SK13URYJN THE FIELD. .MDOWNERS 'DAMNED AND DOU U BhY DAMNED.' , PRESS OPINIONS. I i nnriou. Sunday, I 1 1, I'd .Jlosebery^ ' isppaliiui; M Gir*-. 'said He had long been. au inde nt politician, but lie now believ- ) t to be D's duty to show why it '''not to tne uest interest of the ?lou w aU0W llla i,,mauce 11111 C0 IK Llwl Geow Hurt prdof .imeia ? 'midget, as a war. against poverty. n was a war' wnicli depleted capi- | aud increased unemployment, aud i liuced universal! insecurity. 'me taxes were not 1'or National De !®e 1ft t0 raise vast sums for the. se 0£ tlie Central uovemmum. mui ''t Parliamentary control. The Bud ?'.t iooIc as much and harassed as much y possible. it placed four new tax ou laud, besides expanding the In line ,J-'ax and Deatl1 Duties- xt was a distiuct stop towards 'land national ity which Mr. Lloyd George said B'„st come in a speech he made in 1S3G. A return showed that the capi tal value of land had fallen by a thou =aml mill...
BLAYNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
BLAYNEY. ' (From our Correspondent.) A. Mission.— A mission is W'«- ' ducted in the Town I-Iall by Jlr. I - ^ ton, and -Mr. Marsh Little. a tendance lias been remarkabl} ^ The final service is to be held on day evening. ???; ?Removal. — Miss Molloy, w1'0 cently sat for an examination n c0 n'ection with the telephone brane the Postal Department, received no during the wcolc of her success, a - further, that she was promoted D head office. Although regretting departure, we congratulate M'ss 1 loy 011 her promotion. S. S. Prizes.— On Sunday aflci'' last, after service in 'St. Jolw s ^ 1,11 . at King's Plains, Archdeacon Jlow ' on bohalf o£ the superintendent, » ? Gardiner, and teachers, presented Sunday school children with l'''103' . Septj. 9, 1909. ? ^
SUNNY CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
SUNNY CORNER. I . '(From our Correspondent.) B ?A large number o£ 'friends 'asw!iuu«.u » last 'Saturday, on the Invitation of ih. B and: Mrs. Chiplin, to partake o£ a day's ? amusement. During the day tennis, K quoits, etc./' were played on the hosts nrivate court, and an enjoyablo day was spent. At duslc an adjournmeut was made to the residence, wheio dancing and vocal aud iustrumeutJl Items were kept g&ing until within a few minutes of midnight. As well as town friends, there were present Mr. and Mrs. Boorman (Meadow Flai). Mr. and Misses Pipor (KirkcoiineiiJ. Mr. and Miss Munro (Palmer's Oak«)' Mr. G. Doust (Oberon), Mr. and Misses Shumaclc, 4 (Dark Corner). Musical items were rendered by Mi's. Boor man, Misses B. Flynn, K. Shuniack, t. Shumaclc, arid Messrs. A. Boorinau C. V/. Chlpliri. 1 Apologies for u01'' attendance were received from frien » at Portland, Meadow Flat, and Dart Corner - ' ?
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH ANOTHER SUICIDE. SENSATIONAL END. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
NEWS By TELEGRAPH! (From New South Walos Country Press Association). ANOTHER SUICIDE. SENSATIONAL END. j Sydney, Sunday. Lesiio John Bedford, 56, a well known accountant, committed suicide at his residence, Lindfleld, in a sen sational manner last .night ; He was sitting up to tea with his wife , aud fmaily, but, before the meal was finished he produced a revolver, and ., .muttering something, shot him, sojf in the forehead, death being in stantaneous. The deceased had been depressed of late, but gave no indication that he contemplated ending his life. ♦
WOMEN. ONCE OUR SUPERIORS, NOW OUR EQUALS. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
; WOMEN. I°NCE OUR SUPERIORS, now our equals. London, Sunday. I.(, * an overwhelming majority, the J! °S ^nion Congress yesterday re C ei1 ^eu Tillett's motion in favor of l»«ipmSOry arl)itrati(m in tl-ades Iiii J0 ^onsress carried a resolution u av°r of a general eight-hour, day „ Bas&'ed aiso resolutions ijn favor ami ' 'aUd clauses of Finance Bill Pari'0 leeul!ar, autumn! sesSionjs of e,w and alUrmed a motion fori ai,(]Jv.V''ageS aU(1 etlual work for men
CONFEDERATION OF LABOR. WANTS ITS ANARCHIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
I COiNFEDEKATION 01? LABOR. |' WANTS ITS ANARCHIST. ? London, Sunday. The Council of the general Confed eration of Labor held a meeting in Paris on Friday, at which it was de cided that steps should be taken to . secure tlie release of the Spanish an archist . I A crowd of about 100 Spanish aud French anarchists gathered in front of tlio Spanish embassy in Paris and stoned, the doors of the building as a protest against the arrest In San Se bastian of Ferrer in connection with 'he July riot in Barcelona. (Tlie anarchist' Ferrer .was arrested a few days ago at San Sebastian for complicity iu the riots at Barcelona in ilii and will be tried by ccurtmar tla|. ft is alleged that although he was aot seei1 during the outrages that 'ere committed, he was the real di rector of tliem).
Correspondence. REPLY To M.G.G. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
Correspondence. REPLY TO M.G.G. j (To the Editor.) Sirj,— ' Your corresponde'mt, 'M.O.Q » seems to miss some points. , Let uie reply (1) , The whisky prizes are not being, donated by the 'respectable pub iiu-B^u-iiuu ...puuucans- ot; 'Bathurst they are presented to the M; and L Society ;, by disinterested'' distillers These ; distillers are all ardent lovers of music, elocution and literature, aiul there is. 110. -selfish motive behind their act. -The -idea of ^advertising their whisky, or of whitewashing 'tho trade' has i.ever entered their heads. (2) A publican at Bathurst is just is, respectable or not as a publican at my other place., ' ,, (3) 'iU.G.G.' in: defending the publi cans, calls some other body of people 'the -most ;destestable, , bigoted, and la tolerant - people -on the ' tace o£ tho earth.' And then- he - says : 'Are we to sit quietly by, and see a number of reputable people ? publicly aud grossly insulted?' Yours, etc., 'OBSERVER.'
Rifle Match BATHURST v. PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
Rifle Match: BAHURST v. PORTLAND. ? : A nflle match toolc plajco on the local, range on Saturday botween 'teams repreeenting »at!hiui'sti tmd PoiitiaauU -Civilian lutcLo Clubs; The j day was favourable to the riflo and1 1 exceillent scores were niadot The j siliooting of tlie Portland men, who are members of a newly formed cluby Bhowea that in a very short time' they will bo able' to hold their own against the best. In this match they were' only defeated by 3 points, their average being over GO points per man. Appended are tlio scores: — B. C. R. C. 500 GOO T. A. Gutler . .. ... S3 33 dB B. Duller .. .. 32 31 03 Aj. Byatt .. ..i ». 35 28 03 lis. Holmes -. . 30 32 U2 ifi. Tennanit . .. - .1 31. ; 30. Ul1 Hi. G-. , Wdbb ... .. 32 29 61 II. .Hansard ? 33 28 61 J. C.. Wohb .. .. 29 30 59 A. Carpenter ? ? 28 30 5S C. Byiattl .. 33 24 57 \ ' Gil PORTLAND K. C. .CP. . Tierncy . . ,. . . . 33 32 G5 C. Miller ? 31 32 63 R. Mason ..: .. 30 32 G2 II. Toyer ? 32 30 02 A. G. McMauus .. .. .. 34 ...
The Country. O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
The Country. O'CONNELL. (From our Correspondent.) The rainfall for August was 20S points. Sixty-five points steady raiu foil yesterday.' Prospects for a record season was never brighter. Full-grown rabbits are not very plentiful just now, but young ones n are coming thickly again. ? At a drive held at Mr. T. Simmons's ? place, Campbell's River, 27 foxes were ? killed: and fully a dozen escaped' ? through bad shooting. K
MUSICAL AND LITERARY COMPETITIONS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
MUSICAL AND LITERARY COMPE TITIONS. (To the Editor.) 'SiiV,-— -The - letter:, of M.G.G. iu Satur day's paper in reference to miuo iu your issue .of ? 9th insti, is altogether wide of the mark, so much so that I really doubt whether your correspoiul end perused the letter 'referred to, but is simply acting as secretary to some liquor dealer, who ..finds himself ag grieved. Certainly I did not 'gross- ly and publicly insult a number o£ decent people who are making livings for themselves and their families,' That idea is , absurd. That there are many decent people among the brew ers, .publicans and distillers I have not the slightest doubt, and have iiot the slightest objection in stating this belief,' But what 1 do most strong ly object to is that the Musical and Literary Society, -whose reason for ex istence is the advancement o£ litera ture and music, should: accept and in clude in their carnival programme, trophies of mugs, medals, and silver plated bowls donated by publicans aud b...
FOOTBALL RUGBY LEAGUE. WALLABIES v. KANGAROOS. 25,000 SPECTATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
FOOTBALL . RUGBY LEAGUE. WALLABIES v!. KANGAROOS. 25,000 SPECTATORS. ?: 'Tlie llli'ird r iniytch .belhveen the Wal labies, and the Kangaroos was played: a* the Royal AgriciUtui-al Society's 'Giloun'd. Mooro Parley (on!- Saturday afternoon' when line weather prevailed. The teams wore. — rWALLABUSS : — lf^iiu-oack, ' ' Man clilxle; threaquarters, R. Gavin, lllck ey, .JM'Cabe, and Russcn; halves, v. Farn&rwtortU, iWKiva't(i,v forwards, M'Mjurtile, ; Bainett, K. . til-avin, Uraig; JM'iaiityi-e,. i--. Brn-ge. 11AN GAROOS :— Fuli-UaclC, Neill; tii'rae-quai'Lers: Messenger, - 'Brown, Broomham, and Hcidlco (Queensland);, halves, B'utleiv and' Hollaway; for wards, Pearce, Biu'don, Cann, Co.ui't ney, Bollard, Noblo. Rel'qree, -Mr. Ai. Ballerum. The iWaliatiies won by; 15 points to !15* ? fruo Sjcoreai at diltcrctit times sLood follows:; :? . 1 ? ;? ). . lCangaroos 2, WnllaliicB nil. , . Waltabiea 5, Kangaroos 2. , WalSlabies 10, Kangaroos i Wallabies 10, Kangaroos M. WfUl'laibiea 15, ...
THE BUSH BROTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
THE BUSH BROTHERS. ? For the purpose of creating more knowledge and interest in the work nf the Brotherhood of the Good Shepherd in the backblocks of Bathurst diocese, lour of the brothers have arranged to visit the diocese of Sydney, and will — ? ? « enrinc r\f corvifPQ Jltlfl ings from to-morrow. Addresses will be delivered at the chief church schools for the boys and girls, drawing meet ings being arranged to be held at Wool lahra, Elizabeth Bay, Mosman, Bur-i wood, Hunter's Hill, etc., and a public meeting in St. James' Hall, over which the Governor will preside.; The ad dresses, etc., will be delivered ' by the Revs. J. O. Feetham, G,. Snowdon, E. C. Kemp, and E. Willis, members of the Brotherhood, and the Very Rev., the Dean of Newcastle.
The Australian Cricketers. AUSTRALIA v. ENGLISH ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
The Australian Cricketers. AUSTRALIA v. ENGLIS'H ELEVEN. Fane :, fell to Macartney, without-! scoring 'i j ? . Tlije attendance wja^j |B000 laiitur ' lunch tlie sun shining brightly and ! the wicket improving. | Tyldusley and llutching^ played a brilliant game, the latter malting three sixers and nine i'ourers before lie was caught by Armstrong off O'Connor. Tyidesley was taken by Carteir at the jviclcet o£C Armstrong foil S9. H'e made 89, mostly by line cutting and 1 driving. ?: ;?? I Armstrong took live wickets for 48 rums. ? ?-;: Noble was caught when he, made, one run. -When slumps .woro drawn 'the score was 35 for t|wo twiclcets. On Saturday the weather was fine and the wicltet goodj,, Tlie Australians wore doing badly 'buit their century iwas compiled in 95 minutee. Hopkins played a vigorousi innings for 21 which included two sixers. The match1 ratplted! in1 a win for tlio Englishmen by 133 runs. Tlio match was finished :bTi one' o'clock. Scores: — - - - ? : -? England. — Firs...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 13 September 1909
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