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Correspondence. THE NORTH WARD ELECTION. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

Correspondence. TI-IE north ward election ' (To the Editor). Sir, -The result of a ballot to sew a caudidate to repiesent .the LaiJ, Party in .the municipal election f North Ward should cause all tlio,mw ful , democrats and genuine labor n,e to pause and consider where 11' ) League .Js. leading theni. le „.11- f'f.l)Pi1't Bluealts truly, the subCus, I Uui candidate ' poUed m'ore than th thre^ 'others combined. 'One is ioat^ to believe, that the result is a n-U(.' dication . of the real opinion 0£ U10I|I' beis. It it so tho sooner the roasou' abile and genuine minority resign the better tor 'democracy .nui tim ? ? ; . * — v.uumiu- nity generally. If it is not true tla-n it is self-evident that the orsnuisatiou is ; being used— as those organisatfoas usually are— by. certain parties ior cucir uwu jjiuauiitu UUUS. I have, no desire to say anything against the chosen candidate— certain, ?ly nothing ? personal— but I'm sure 'the good sense of the electorate will SUll. port me. in asserti...

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COONAMBLE. A 1,304,900 GALLON BORE. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

? COONAMBLE. | A l,o01,900 GALLON BORE. I Sydney, Thursday.: No. a bore was finished at Coon amble to-day, the total flow being 1,304,000 gallons. A flow of 300 gallons at. the four hundred l'eet level was not let in, as it was harder water,' and on the same level as the supply] --to No; 1 bore.

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THE SOBRAON. TWO OUT OF THREE BOYS CAPTURED. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

! THE SOBRAON. ' I TWO O'TJT OP THREE BOYS CAPTURED. | Sydney, Thursday. I Two of the three lads' who escap ed tram the 'Sobraon yesterday were captured at North Sydney. The oth er boy is still missing.

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THE BARRIER TROUBLE. PREMIER DECLINES TO DISCUSS HOLLAND. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

I THE BARRIER TROUBLE. I PREMIER . DECLINES TO DISCUSS HOLLAND. Sydney, Thursday. ITlie Premier was asked « this after noon -whether he had comb to a deter- 1 mination respecting the release of i Harry Hdlland in connection with, vtlie late Broken Hill trquble. i He said he had not anything to.say on the subject . - - . ? ? . '

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"PALL MALL" GAZETTE SPEAKS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

H 'PAL.L MALL' GAZETTE SPEAKS. H London, Thursday. : I The 'Pall Mall' Gazette says all Imperialists are following with in tense interest the proceedings of the Congress of Chambers of Commerce, I in Sydney. The Congress, the 'Ga- zette' adds, -is perhaps performing its most useful function in determining to have its say upon National Defence and Km pi re Trade.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

Mr.i W. C. . Wockner, Toowoomba. Queensland^ 'writes: 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy' is an excellent Remedy. I have been suffering from a cold for the last two months and it lias effected a cure. It is a pleasure for me to recommend it to anyone with a bad co'd.' This is the opinion of one of tlie oldest and most respect.'d residents iu Toowoomba, and has been voluntarily given in good faith that others might try Chamberlain's Coush Remedy and be benefited as ho was. For sale by D. Edgley and Co. Tlife^wOTaan on the right never used Ayer's Hair Vigor. She neg lected her hair, and now herself suf fers from neglect. On the contrary, the woman on the left has always used Ayer's Hair Vigor, and owes to it much of her youthful appear ance and attractiveness. Mi(er9$ Mair Vigor produces beautiful hair. Long, rich, heavy hair. Soft and silky hair, free from dandruff. Pr*nafftrf bv Dr. J. C. Aver & Co.. Lownll. Mass.. U.S. A* £200 KEWARD. 'g^HK aoove Reward will bo paid to ai y JL: pe...

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The Bourke District. "A NICE TRIP." GOOD COUNTRY HANDICAPPED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

The Bourke District. 'A NICE TRIP.' ? GOOD COUNTRY HANDICAPPED. ? Messrs. ,7^. ,T.. Bulloclc, E. R' Suttor, and Harold M'Intosh, of Bathurst, have just' returned from a trip to tho Bourke district on. a sheep buying expedition. . 1 liey describe -the Bourke diBtriet.as1 in splendid condition. There is more! grass' and water than there haSjbeen lor the past 18 years. Stock of all sorts are rolling .lac and in the pink of condition. : The Bourke people are the same,,, go-ahead, , plucky, determined;! and unbeatable people they have aU ways been, and it now looks as if thoy| are to be rewarded for the many years! of depression, and drought they have! paused thiough. . . Our-, travellers!., ^destination was Too rale Station, on the Warrego River. The .trip was made . by, steamer down the Darling. They describe thi passage as' a most enjoyable one. - ..Reaching , their 'port,' they had to cross .country by buggy, 11 miles, to ?Toorale. - 1 . . . . , : Toorale Station is probably one of t...

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The Waratah. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

The Waratah, Tell us, oil Sen, r.f yet upon tliy billows,; v | Rides tho good ship with fond and, dear j ones freighted J . - Love savo them to tliy euro, in full reliance, Now, anxious hearts, with desiden'd- hopes I are weighted, ... --m Strained. gaze is on.'xhee-; jsay. hjis- thou, oh Sea, - / -?----??? Hast thou been fftiitliless to our trjist in . theo?. ' r - 1 : ?' I f 'V' V: ?' ? Hast tliou : again lidien - rntliless. iir thifio awjor : ? V .., , ,.U.. '.v',- ( Merciless; unpityiiigj . : -witli t . thyt. ' mialily -.. powor? ... ;. 1 Hast thou, onco: moi e, been scornful of ? affection, ? ' ? 1 . v ? 1 .- ? Claiminc;.-its treasures ilor thy; fury's dowoi; Diumi'd gazo is on, tlii ee say, hast thou, oil Sea, ' Hnst thou been traitor '.to our' trust in thee ! , Sop.. 16, 1909. ?: J, T. SLACK. I

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AUBURN, VIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

ATJBURN, VIC. ' ?William'-: Lewis, 39 Victoria-road, 'Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., writes: — 'We (have found Dr. Sheldons' New Discov ery works wonders with our children. During the cold, winter months we would not consider it safe io be with out it' ; Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and ColdB is an unequalled preparation l'or tlie euro of all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. Price, Is 6d and 3s per bottle. For sa3o everywhere. ..

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I SELL-A-DA-BANAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

. I SELL-A-DA-BANAN. I crass-a-da sea from my swit Italee, e. 1 To great-a big Austrail I coom; | 1 I pack-a me trunk, an da org, an da 1 monlc-a, ' 1 Dig Koontry got :plenty-a rrooni. 1 1 get da broke heart froni-a shove-a de cart, ' An no mou, when da music is stop— - I get-a so .shrunk from da org and da monk-a - - I talce-a da littlo-a shop. . - - No more-a da org, an no -more-a da ? ? monk-a -r - Dis Koontry a vera goud wan — ; My wife-a by gosh-a, j' She shalc-a .da squash-a, ? )' I You pipplewsay 'rollin stuns maltha no hay; ,' f De last-a bird m'iss-a da grub;' Noj-morera me,yank-a da.org all-a day, But. I just give da apples a rub. I Ipve-ajllke angels my swit Italee, An no.t malte-a there-a da 'splosh' But- 'Austrail! — Oh, plees-a jist excuse . i -m a me; , ??.(? .- Mariana? , here, iserv-a two squash. i'No-. more-a da roll-a da grind-a da - Play An 'rouse'-a da monka,.da cranky all day; 4 No more-a da org an no more-a da mbnk-4, ?' ' . Dis Koontry a vera goud Wan — : ? -...

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The Weather. GLORIOUS RAINS. EVERYONE DELIGHTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

The Weather,, , GLORIOUS RAINS. I EVERYONE DELIGHTED. ' Heavy rain commenced to fiill 'hero; jlesterday, morning and continued un ceasingly throughout the day. 1 l^'ona 9 a.m. to 3 pju. -lflo points weVe 'ro'gr; 'setp.fp.d and. from' 3 nim. io 9 .p.iri.1'an-; othei^ intehf ; fell. ' Farine.'s: ' say::'.lha't! these, showers are the salvation of the' ^country. Tliey ' could not- have cOiue. in a belter time. As it was. the sear; ?son gave signs of promise but moip -rain was wanted. - Spbaking to a {arge land-holder yGsteiday1 alteinoou, 'he said: ' 'If we had ordered the tune, if wo had ordered the conditions;' it 'We had' ordered the amo,unt, we could not have been belter suited; 1.111 1, mind, we have had some bad times. T+ is1 nnl- , nil iirolit. beillK on ' ' (ho land. I remember, not l«Ujt 'duo. one of my men saying tliat_ he reckoned! there were about -1000 bullocks deid In one wat(erli!olc. . Bullocks?, Jmjnd,] Jand you know what bullocks ^ ai e worth. Yes, I tliinlc we should...

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WOOL REPORT. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

WOOL REPORT. - . Sydney, Thursday.. , Messrs. Harrison, Jones, and - Dov-' lin, report: — ? .- Submitted at 7 auction ? thirty- two hundred bales, an 'attractive catalogue, which was keenly competed for at values about par with'',' our August sales. We sold by auction and , pri vately fifty-se.ven hundred' bales, in.-; eluding IC Glerimore, Moree, 13d; :ANF. over Wi, Gula'rgambone, ll%d'; ' RJH; Waldon, Coonanible, 1194d; G. over G., Gularg'ambone, j -i2%d; ' J.R.; Woolingar, Coonamble',- 12 ya d ; , ; ,G;^ and HS over Curranyalpa, Bourke; il'^'d;' E in brackets; Btew;arrina, - ll^d;: Quamlione Ho^se, 'Brewarrintu- -. ,12d:- E/ 'over' 1 dxley, ! Nevertire, 12%d; Mungery S.S., Dubho, H%d;^JE; Bole-: hara,., /BitewaA-Waj, :ll%'d'. ? ; Messrs, Win, chcombe, Carson, and' Co. report.— We' offered yesterday a catalogue representative- of the early shearing districtsj- and comprising many notable clips, in some instances the offerings being the first portions to arrive. Among others The fi...

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RIVER AND CREEKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

RIVER AND CREEKS.' - 1 The 'local watercourses were run ning strong all day. The Jordan. Creek' ran half - a banker; ? and' last night, ?the ?: Vale Greek- - at ,-O.rton -.^jirls,? x'-wjb 1 .-level -with.;.banlc9,.; ? and rising. ;.JEho . Macquarie ,vwas ' running : . strong-. and. rising, and it is probable when'. , the Campbell- land' -Fishf.Rtaer ;? waterb reach here the. - riyer- will 'W, swollen to a banlter. -,-v ? . \ ?? :.*;?/ j'.

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ROUND THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

ROUND THE DISTRICT. ,- '' ; ,!A11' i^oimd' th-3 disfH'et ' good falls have been registered but ih some cases telephone communication could not be had1. Following are some ofc the -returns: — t \ ?i . ? v''' ? Points.: Mr. J. J. Sullivan, Alloway B'lc.^ 225 Mr. N. Siittor, Eurona ? . .. ..195 Mr. W. T. Bulloclc, Stoney C'lt 220, Mr. C. Boyd,' Rainham: 200 Messrs. Anderson, Freemantle ... 15G Mr. W. H. Webb, Hathrop' ^ 171 Mr. E. T. Webb,..'Littiebom'rie. ... .!l7'l Mr. J. H. Stocks; Eglmton . 204 . Mr. Hi L,' Gilmouiy Biacltdown : . .. 205

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Federal Parliament. THE CLOSURE APPLIED. VIOLENT SCENES. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

Federal Parliament. i . ' ' ' THE CLOSURE APPLIED. ^ , , . y- VIOLENT SCENES. Melbourne. T'jcrsday.' In the House of Representatives, Mr. Fuller, 'iii reply to Mr. Tudor, said the Commonwealth public servants had not taken the place of the strik ers in Queensland. Mr. Groom, in reply to Mr. Bamford, j said that three colored men employed coaling a vessel on Thursday Island belonged to the local population, andj had not been imported. , - Mr. Watkins moved the adjournment j of the House to draw, attention to the deduction from Old Age Pensions on account of payments received under the Miners' Accident Fund of New South Wales. A long discussion took place, during which Mr. Joseph Cook said he would bring under the notice of Mr. Deakin the grievance referred to. . ; ... The ? discussion lasted several hours,1 when the Closiure was applied. , : . | ? . The High Commissioner Bill was considered in committee. . . During the [remainder of the .sit ting the Closure was frequently ap plied, ...

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THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 17 September 1909

THE . COUNTRY. , , The following stations also . .reported- rain up to 9 a.m. . yesterday:, Hay . 1S3 points, Booligal 26, Dufjbo .?aud;:1Hill- End 8, Orange .6,- Condobolin. .4, .-„ and Forbes 2. ? Forecast: , Cloudy, ? gener ally; spread^ng . rainsi and - .thunder-, storms, more especially over the ' east ern half of the State; southerly winds'' blowing strong arid squally along the coast. . The ..temperature for. .- yester- day', wafe: Maximum: 70-; ..degrees; mipi mumi, 36. , : : i : ?

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A TRIP TO THE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

a trip to the east. At last we are t'ainy ott. All the preliminaries ot travel are over — the bustle of embarking, the goou-byes. and the flying handkerchiets. The last towers of the dear old city are fading, aud we are thoroughly out to sea. We are on board the b.s. Kumauo JMaru, one of the Imperial Japanese mall liners, or 'Nippon Yusen Ka^ha,' en route for a trip to the East. Wo have been wished bon voyage and .im munity from the dread mal-de-mer. The vessel Is a 5000-ionner, and is lilted up with every modern conveni-'' ence, wnlcb will conduce to the com forts of the passengers. After leav ing behind all traces of our sunny New South Wales, we enter Moreton Bay, the mouth of the Brisbane River. 18 railed up which is situated the capi lal of Queensland, Brisbane. We are now 500 miles from 1'ort Jackson, or ;i two days' journey. The ship now w'ends her way along the Queensland (:n:isi fo Townsvilln l.nkinc hpr tit me tays; to do so from Brlshane. Towns \ file is very hot, and sit...

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IN THE NORTHERN REGION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

IN The NORTHERN REGION. In the Northern Region there is only one day and one night in a year. For six months It is all one long night. The people of Greenland sleep most of this time, and In the daytime gather a store of food In tor this long night, so that they will not die. The little chil dren of Greenland do not tike the sugar or lollies, but if anyone offered thorn a piece of whale's blubber they would take it In n minute. All the people have to wear warm clothes. The men of Greenland are called Es quimaux, and they build small houses. GEFFREY TOOVEY. Third class. .-t'. ? ? ,-... (You've got a funny way of. spelling Geortrey, Geffrey, or was it a mistake to miss the 'o' out? I'm not so sure that the Uttfe Greculanders don't like Hugar. It wouldn't take them long to Jlud out that lollies are uot hard to take, eh, what? Mark Twain tells about meeting some Icelander once, and they were not very clean. He said, 'Do you like soup?' nnd the Iceland girl said, 'We can eat it now, but ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

' HE TOOK IT CALMLY. Frlvatt Potlger was. new. to sentry duuy, and felt out of his eik'ineni in such an unfamiliar role. Soon he be came both hungry and -tired, ondi a Bympnthutic comrade handed Mm * sandwich, which Podger at onqo be gan to eat. ... The n-a;or came upon tlio sentry while hi was regaling himself but, as the oiucer was an niufil.. Pc-iger did not recognise him. 'What's ithar?' demanded! th'o of TUt.e. . ? ', 'A sanidwicfh,' replied Podgetf. 'Won't you have a hit?' The major at once -sa.w the humor ous possibilities of th:e situation. 'Do you know who I am?' he pro ceeded good nattwediy. 'Don't know you tfrom 'Ada,TO. F)or| haps you're the major's ;coachery?' ' '.No, I'm not.' ? , . 'His groom, perhaps?1 . 'Try again.' 'Perhaps the old chap himself?' f 'Blight this time.' , . . . 'Ojh, goodu'ess:' exelaTm'ea the ,sen« ,Uy. 'Hold this aandwich ? while 1 present 'arms.' . ' ; A cheerful, happy home Is th» greatest safeguard against tempta tions for the- young. Parents en...

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Children's Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

Children's Column. ? '^^'~- ?' '? We *-lsh to place ou record our sense of regret nt ihe loss of our liditrtus, Ai.ss Hetty tjreeutug, who do ably assisted lu our efforts In our local hrnua UriWuViir flnin will cnt'tnit /ii t r* parting, and we hope to continue our conrHjution.s while our late editress la gathering fresh laurels iu a larger in tellectual spnere. We wish her well. One of the new features in our educa tion Is to take the child a-lleld, either in person or imagination; to Orion Park, where tho teachers hy their (self denial, gave their classes a treat, or to Japan, where the writer ? enjoyed herself by ratuu power alone. The story of the truants savours of the re verse. NELLIE INGLE. EJitress.

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