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The Pole. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

The Pole; Greaf'doubt exists' as' to the truth' of Dr. F. A. Cook's statement' that he has discoveied the North Pole. ,This facepticiom on the part oi the public is only natural. Clear, proof .must be 'produced before the people Will accept any explorer's statements as to Mk hnvinir fu-cnmnlishcri something ; extraordinary. An old writer said that if he found the Pole, he would saw olf, a tew , yards and bring the piece home with him to use to prove that he had gone all the way, . or knock in the heads of those Svho might say: 'That's not a genuine North Pole; its' only an old blackbutt log.' It has taken a long time to discover the Pole. It looks now a3 though it will take longer to decide who didn't ; discover it. The fight for 'the honor at present lies between Commander Peary and Dr. Cook. . The ' former's \ story is accepted as sound and rea sonable by many people; while Dr. Cook's' story is regarded with disbe [ Hef in many quarters. If Dr. Cook's theory is found to be incorre...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

SMALL DEBTS' COURT. At the Small, Debts Court yesterday, C. V. GlUton, coachbuilder, claimV*! lrom Alfred 'Wilcox, Oboron, vthe sum of £2 13s for sulky repairs. A ver dict for the amount was given, with G/9 costs.

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C.C.C! [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

C.C.C.! Messrs. Crammond, Crammond, and Crammond have 'started business in Webb's buildings. More next issue.,

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

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SYDNEY SHARE MARKET. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

SYDNEY SHARE MARKKT. 1 Sydney. viUVav ? Mount David, ]/S. ? . BroWen Hill Junction Noilii, gjyg I and 30/0; (t'ermg six weeks), 3i/c-: I two months; 31/. * ' ' B ' Broken Hill Proprietary, 12/. '. B ' Broken Hill South BlocKs, 33/3 ,,'? %M Biritish Broken jllill, old 23/ an IVJ 23/3. , ?

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

How may b'oolc-toeepflng bo taught In flhreo words? — Novor lonil them ? .Why Is R powerful nobleman' lli« a bad. -choose? — Because 'he is mighty1 (mltcy). ? Why is a moireo Hire a haystack? — P^ocause th« cat'll eat It. AUBURN, VIC. William Lewis, U9 'Victoria-road , Auburn, Melbourne, Vic, writes:— 'Wo havo found Dr. Sheidons' Now Discov ery works wonders with our children.' During tho cold, winter months we would not. consider it nafe-iv *-p with out It.' ' Dr. Shi Idon's Now . Discovery for Coughs ( -'d Coldu is an . unequalled preparatl' \\ for Mie euro of all Chest Complaints and Lunc Troubles. ? Prlco. Is Cd and 3a per ? bottle. For Baie eT«ry,woer8, ,. . ... ? !i... TO STAND THIS SEASON AT BAT.-IURST, Tho Puro-brod Pony ; SATISFAOTlOff. rpHlS handsome little Taffy pony, X has a beautiful silver mane and tall, is jierfortly quiet in liarues-, and good tempered, and Is rising (j years. Me is the fastest pony ia Bathurst for his height. Sire,— Mr. Tl. L. Gitraour's well known ...

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THE FINANCE HILL. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

SUE I?DfAIfCJ3 BTLL. , iiOndon, Friday. Lord Rosebery has writteu a preface to an authorised version of his speech at Glasgow on the Budget, published by. a 'London, firm of. publishers, under the title, 'The Budget— its Principles and its Steopes.' In his preface, Lord Rosebery says: .'It . is difficult to know whether anyone who has left politics 'should, under any circumstances, return there to, for his re-appearance has an air of intrusion, and is resented. On 'the other. 'bandV there are occasions when common honor and honesty seem to compel anyone with deep convictions not to withhold from his fellow coun trymten. I think the (crisis in which my speech was delivered was ono of this kind. It is painful for ...anyone to have to put himself hi opposition to his old Irienus and , the party with which, lie was so long connected.' (

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER V.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

Ralph Derrick's Message CHAl'TliR V.— (ConCnueii) ?Ay, 1 remember him we'l unouch, miss! He was a iiue lad— -Xast auul ruckcty, youi lulo^s?, miss, but frete handeil and generous, a^i' hiid alJus ?- ninnr-ntii itr/\l*«l on1 O -CTtif 1(* TtW \ V cryhody. We all liked him.' ' 'Uetter tiian Mr. Ftellx?' ?Oh, a deal better, miss!' 'Aunt Maria suys he was- vlolent temperec'. Was iitat true, Jenkins?' Jenkius coughed, took . up a stiaw put it in his moiiiiU an»ti chewed it meditatively. ?Well, X won't deny, miss' hu said c'.e liberateJy. 'tha,t Ikj was a bit too free w.i' lils tongue an' too foiuii o' kicKlaK up a row when' tilings uida't please him, an* a bit too ready wi' his hands; ibless you, miss, Jie'il -think no more o' knoclving a man down tlnm he ?\vou-lc' o' lookin' him i' ' tke face — but he was a flub -laC for all that.' Olive sighfd and puckered her while forehead. Ralph was her only near relative, the one on whom' her' tuture mainly dcpcn't'oC, from whom- she coulc'! cHaim a...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIA. WARNING TO EMIGRANTS. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

AUSTRALIA. WARNING TO EMIGRANTS. London, Friday. Mr. Coghlan, Agent-Genjeral for New South Wales, has sent circular's to all the emigration agents in the United Kingdom warning them against the publication of misleading adver tisements likely to cause ' misunder standing on the part of. intending emi grants with reference to tho open ings for employment and wages of fered in Australia.

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

Blood poison resulting from 6maW wounds Is becoming more prevalent. Even so slight an Injury as tho scratch of a pin wlil sometimes cruise blootK poisoning. The safe way is to apply Ohaniberlnin's Pain Bnlm as 'on as the Injury Iras been received. That lini ment prevents all danger of hlcod pols. oning and causes tho injury: to heal In nbout one-third Uio time required by the usual treatment. For sale by, I* 'Edgley and Co. ,u, -^ La* .*.

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THE RAILWAY KING. WAS HE WORTH 10 OR 40 MILLIONS London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

THE RAILWAY 'KING'.' WAS HE WORTH 10 OR 40 MILLIONS London, Friday. Mr. E. II. Ilarriman, the American Railway King, has bequeathed to his wile his entire estate, which. -is vari ously estimated to be worth between £10,000,000 and £40,000,000.

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THE SOUTH POLE. IS PEARY GOING SOUTH. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

THE SOUTH .POLE. IS PEARY GOING SOUTH.' - London, Friday. I Captain Scott discredits the story \vhicb. 'has), come from, 'the; Iiabrador mail boat, wttli respect, to Commander Peary's preparations for an. expedition to the South Pole.''' ' ~ ' ? , ' 'Experts in Aictic and Antarctic ex ploration in New York also discredit, the* 'story 'that Commander . Peary^ Js intending to set out for the South Pole. \

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WHAT ABOUT THE NIGGER? NO COLOR LINE AT POLE. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

WHAT ABOUT/THE .NIGGER? NO'COL'OR LINE 'AT POLE. '-, ' London,. .Fr.day. Ilansen declares ithat he personally assisted1 Commander' Peary in ' hoist it/; the stars and stripes ' at' the* Pole.1

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CABLE NEWS. The Pole. DR. COOK' STOCK ABOVE PAR. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

GABLE NEWS. The Pole. DR. COOK' STOCK ABOVE PAR. London, Friday. The New York correspondent of tho 'Daily .Mail' states that Dr. Cook_ will get a magnificent reception, upon lus arrival, aud that th s'wUl ''be' largely owing to ,dpmmaiic!er' Peary's , reiter ated ' denunciations.^ , j i . ? 1 I The ''New Yorkr Herald'' is 'publish ing Dr. 'Cook's detailed' account of his jo'urnoy,' which 'is,' graphically written., , f, \l\' , , - ... ,'/-??' ''..i

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CONQUERING THE AIR. WHAT THE POWERS DOING. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

CONQUERING THE AIR. WHAT THE POWERS vAEE DOING. LundonV Friday. The aviation, contest .at Wembley Park, near, 'London, has been aban doned, as M. Bleriot and M. Latham declaie that the ground is unsuitable for; the purpose. Reutcr's correspondent states that tho airship Gross, at theaGermau Army manoeuvres, is ' a s'uecoss. The Em peror has now invited Count Zeppelin to bring his to the manoeuvres. The dirigible balloon Republiquc was used in French Army manoeuvres at La Palisse. , The dirigible rose to a height o£ 1000 metres (32S0 feet), made a cir cuit of 100 kilometres (G2, miles), then hovered 250 metres (S20 feet) above the defenders, and dropped a bagful of observations by a staff officer board.

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THE INDIAN TROUBLE. CAN'T EVEN ROB A TRAIN. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

THE INDIAN TROUBLE. CAN'T EVEN ROB A TRAIN. London, Friday. A bomb thrown at a passenger train when it was 50 miles froni 'Calcutta brought off the roof of a treasure-van containing £100,000 worth of specie and bullion. t A native guarded the 'money with great courage. ', lr ,„ Tfiere were no casualties;. ?

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ANOTHER WRECK. DEADLY COAST OF AFRICA London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

ANOTHER WRECK. . DEADLY - COAST' OW, AFRICA. 1 r- -' London/ Friday. The steamer Umplili, ' from London to Port Natal is ashore at Cape Point, Capetown. , , . A Union Castle Liner steamer '' res cued some of the passengers. Eleven people were drowned by the overturning of a boat. The - Umplali is a .total wreck; but only one person was' diowned. '

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PEARY WAISTS COOLING DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

PEARY WANTS COOLING DOWN. It is stated that Commander Peary and Qaptam Bartlett have decided up on an expedition to the - South ' Pole and have already collected furs - ana sledges and other equipments.

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THE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

THE LIBRARY. I am going to write about the Bath urst Library. It is a very large oue, and contains several thousand volumes und some liuudreds of magazines. It has a large, reading-room, containing au the local papers aud also a quau »(».. ^r ...t.tnt.e IVnm nhrnmi. There ai'O several Hies iu the room to make it warm and comfortable. Plenty of the books supply valuable ?Information, as well as provide amusement for their readers. It is pleasant to get a good magazine or book and sit by tho firo reading. Time spent U\ this way is hotter than loafing around street cor ners and hotels feeling cold and miser able. The privilege of using the li brary may be obtained for a few shil lings a year. Yours truly. RAY ROBERTSON. Firth class. Age. 13 years. (You are a smart Httle chap. Kay. Our School of Arts is one ot the best in the States, and U Is a pity that grown up people do not rcaliso how many advantages und conveniences are of fered by i»fi committee for a tow shil lings. By tho way. '...

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IRELAND. LAND BILL PASSED. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 18 September 1909

IRELAND...^; - ' LAND BILL PASSED. ' ' , ? i London, Friday. The Irish Land Bill has passed through the House oE Commons;

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