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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER V.—(Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTEK V. — (Cjutinu'ed. 'You got my tdlegram, J suppose?' liu said, when the greeting was over and Olive had1 lec'( him to the library, ?where the blinds were ulose]ly drawn to keep out the sun, and . the room felt deliciously cool and pleasant after t!he heat outsR'u. 'Yes, it was as exasperating; as telegrams usually are,'' /Oilive said, with a pout. 'You illidn't even say wheth'er tlio news was bap or good. You might liave added another word or. two anil dtai\gnd the/ '.extra six pence to the estate! She spoko Hglhtly, but tlio eyes that looked ii'tito Tiroxiboliu'a's fade1 were very anxious, and Iter , hand, resting lightly on the oak cabinet, tvemblcd' a jhtUc as she spoke. Trenholme smiled. 'I wanted to telj you liiyj-olf,' Qio said. 'It has been my unpleasant office so often to toll you bad newt tiliait ycju need not gim'ge me. the pleasure of being, Uio beaiier ;-f good at last!' 'Then it is good ?' Tlio expression on OiUve's face diangcili aiull, l...
NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. Mrs. A. E. Gibson, 75 Holterman-St North Sydnjey, N.S.W., writes:— 'My father and I have taken ?Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Before taking them we were afraid to eat, but now we can eat well, without any ill effects after wards. We cannot praise them too highly, and we , recommend them to anyone suffering with indigestion.' Dr. Sheldono's Digestive Tabules are an unequalled preparation for tho cure Indigestion, and ail Stomach Troubles. Price, 2s Cd per tin. For sale every where.
Commerce Conference. MEMBERS ENTENTAINED BY DRUMMERS. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
Commerce Conference, MEMBERS ENTENTAINED BY DRUMMERS. x Sydney, Sunday. Tii0 Commercial Travellers Asso ciation gave a welcome : to the dele gates of the .Chambers of Commerce Congress last night. There was a large and representa tive gathering. . 1 - Mr. Cook, tho President of the Asso ciation, proposed the health of tho delegates. He stated the English jjL-uijie uiun t Know- enough about Aus tralia, and nobody could estimate the undeveloped wealth of, this country, the potent factors, in tho development of which were enterprise and popula tion. Sir Albert Spicer, in reply, said he wished most forcibly to limpress on the gathering that they were not to ob tain the idea that the Mother Coun try was decadent. , Mr. Cockshutt, Canada, said tliey should think not only- of Sydney ami of their States and Commonwealth, but think Imperially,
British Budget. THE PREMIER AT BIRMINGHAM. THE LORDS CHALLENGED. PRESS OPINIONS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
British Budget. 'i'Bfi PREMIER AT BIRMINGHAM.' the lords challenged. PRESS OPINIONS. , London, . Saturday. Tlie British Premier, Mr. Asquitli, was greeted with a tumultuous'welcome by 10,000 people at Bingley Hall, Bir mingham, yesterday. Referring to the speech, made by Lonl Rosebery at 'Glasgow, . he said there was nothing in it which: requir ed special attention. 1-Ie emphasised his statement that the present great gathering meant: a ; declaration fixed and resolute (1) That the interests of the State should be met by an equitable distri bution oC the Nation's wealth, and (2) That the people should: really choose their representatives for Par liament, and that they should have the final voice in the settlement , of both the measures and the incidence of the burden of taxation. Summarising the propsals of ' the so-called 'Revolutionary Budget,' Mr. Asquith remarked, ' amidst cheers: — Til 10 WORKING CLASSES. 'The working classes, as a body, have not complained of the. extra share ...
"HOODALAMS." To the Editor "The Times" [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
' 'HOODALAMS.' ,To the Editor 'The Timn=» Siiv— Tiliat there are sll'i Eonio ?'Jioodalams' ; Existing . -jn om\ jonm or Bathurst , was proved to mo ye3;0r. .'day afternoon. -I happenc« to 'be walking up William Street and wbon I had reached' -Uie Technical Collogo tliere came a lmasil# in the form of a stono from « somewhere. Looking alcross to tlio opposite Fide ot tlio road, , I espied: two or three 'lioocli- lams',, about, :15, years ,0j- as0 gr,nni 'out 'of the ,i windows of the upstairs room , of u -that shop onco occupied by Mr. Norwood. Theio lads must liave had . very. litUe to do. I know m whether -any. otlxer persons hail str.uck .by ; stfones Ulirown i)'/ those , boys,,,I; hope not, for ffhe boys' sake bake, .boenuso if anybody |-,ai i)TOn hurt it might liave meant troub'e for them'. Such a silly and dangerous practice oE iUhrowfing slon-s at pass ers-by one : would never c'ream 0f, so T would advise those young fools to dtsist fromi such 'pastimes' or else tlieii ; names...
ORTON PARK. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
ORTON PARK. (To the Editor.) , fair,— As your, paper, is- showing a broad-minded spirit in' dealing with' the liberties of the people, I would be glad if you would publish -my v. pro- test.; against -.a- grossly incorrect para graph in Saturday's issue of the 'Na- tional Advocate,' describing the' pro ceea'iigs .at tne sculling exhibitions on ? the Orton Park lake as 'horse play.' As a member, of tho committee ' of : management which supervised the - sculling, . I wish to declare that oil no i Sunday on which tho sculling was held was there any horse-play, though I do not deny that 'It might have ap peared so to the .'distorted vision of the person who wrote the' par for the 'Advocato.' Our exhibitions, which wore arrang ed for puroi recreative (not for money prizes) have been attended by as many as 1000 people, including prom inent membbrs of the police force, who raised no protest whatever against any part of tlio proceedings. Surely i ) ?- ' I . I : ! r:' 3f rospectable citizens ...
NORTH WARD ELECTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
NORTH WARD ELECTION. , (To tlio Editor.) Sir,— rlt is very amusing to people who know the little game that is being worked by the local Labour League to hear and read the remarks concerning the recent election of a candidate for North Ward. There is no cause for anxiety, about the result of the poll, because it is not part ot the schcnio of the wire-pullers to vote for their can didate, and their objective 'is as plain as the noso on a man's face. These tricksters look a long way ahead, and they know ? full well the absurdity of labour candidates in municipal mat ters.- They know bettor than 'Brick- bat' caii tell them that Mr. Innes should have been selected; but that wasn't in the game, and the advent of Mr.' Flanagan was a veritable God send to the 'burrowers.' The people who engineered that selection knew perfectly well what they were doing, and tlio public will see a little more of the game early next year — possibly before.^ I don't remember a smarter piece of political engine...
European Situation. Lord Charles Beresford Speaks. The Dark Outlook. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
European Situation. Lord Charles Beresford Speaks The Dark Outlook, T.onrtnn. Snnrlnv. Lord Charles Beresford was tlio I licst ot the Pilgrims' Club in New j yorlt yesterday, and at the luncheon ' speech Lord Charles said:— 'In referring to the European i situation X am bound to admit that! (ho outlook is dark. Groat Bri tain dosire.1 peace. She -did not desire to injure anyone, or to be unjust to anyone. No nation liad a grievance against the British Empire. 'Why then,-' said Lord Charles Beresford, 'should - not the Eng lish 'speaking nations : come toge ther and say: 'There Shall Not Be War !'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
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RABBITS IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
RABBITS IN NEW Z13ALAND The' 'Stock and Station Jourf! H says that rabbits are to bo f0,im ^ 9 New Zealand in groat iiunibeis. jj^B was estimated that between ? and 700,000 sldns have been P'1™' H weekly in Duiiodin, which repns^ ? H monetary value of close cm « This season the supply ot -'lu . has enormously increased, due m bettor prices than to an in0' R rabbits. Although the Industry - M continuous one, it is now fa 1Uo |H spring advances.
THE SUPPLY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
' THE SUPPLY BILL. - - the House of Representatives, on tho ? Government's reipiest for a month's supply of funds, air. Carr .(Macquarie) said: _ 'I desire, briefly, to emphasise the objection put for ward by the honorable member for Rivorina, to tlio tendency to reganl the Post and Telegraph Department purely as a , businesss undertaking. There are innumerable cases, to my knowledge,: in which the department has declined , to furnish necessary tele phonic and postal facilities un outlying districts, because, .forsooth, according to the estimate made, they would not show a profit. There is nothing defi nite about such estimates, anil when works are undertaken it is ouen found that they disprove the estimate made as to the revenue they are likely to produce. That has been shown by tho honorable member for Hunter, m his reference to the Maitland and New castle telephone connection. Whether they prove, immediately profitable or not, tlio establishment of many small services would be of...
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS' SKILL MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS' SKILL MARKS. In ? the Legislative Assembly on Thursday Mr. Lynch asked ; the Minis tor of Public Instruction, — 1. Is it a fact - that all skill marks granted to all teachers .in the servico are suporvised and arranged ..by, the Chief Inspector? - 2. How does the Chief Inspector ar rive at his decision? 3. Wiill he 'consider ? whether tho granting of skill marks would be bet ter left in the hands of the 'local in spoctors, who know more of the tea chers' qualifications than : the( Chief Inspector Mr. Hogue answered: : ' ? 1. The final award of the skill mark rests with the Chief Inspector. . 2. The decision is arrived at upon I consideration of, the inspector's' report Ion, the school,, and the inspector's esti mate of the teacher's efficiency. 3. This has been already fully : con sidered, and the , present arrangement is found to ensure the greatest: degree of' fairness .in : estimating teachers qualifications. , ' 'iGRADING ' OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Jttr. Lynch ...
The Goulburn-Sydney Race. WON BY HARDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
The Goulburn-Sydney Race. WON BY HARDY. ? ^Following is the result of thej Go«.I burn-Sydney Road Race:— ; p. W. Hardy (Victoria), 4Smm ' handicap, actual riding aime : 7h 3.1 ' min 13sec, 1. I , W. ' Ii. - .Williams (Coledals), 42min handicap, riding time 7'h -9min osec, 2 : J. Gallagher (Sydney), 42min ^anrfi- ' .car), riding time 7h lOmin 2Ssec, 3. j N. Ru'isell (Newcastle), 34min : start, I lading time 7h 7min 45sec. 4. | D. Kirnham- (Victoria), ,34min start: riding time, 7h 8min 5spc, 5. - . | A, I/.' Crook (Sydney);- 44mim/ start;; riding' time 71i 19mln 34sec., 6 :| C. Wielcli (Picton), -lSmln start, ? riding time -711 3min 34sec, -7. ?' v I ? ,Wt Cottrell -;i. (Guildrord), . 44min I start, ric'ing time. ,7 li 22min ,32sec, S E. Knight (Sydney), - 4Smin start, Hiding time 71i 2Smin llsec., 'J. I-I. Lund.e (Guildford), lOmln ; start, riding time Gh 50min 12sac , 10. -.. E. G.' Robinson ' (Petreo), ; .ZSmin . start, riding time 111 ISmin 13sec.. 11 E. Ransle.v (St. Marys),. 50m...
Correspondence. THE NORTH WARD ELECTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
Correspondence. . - the north ward election. : ? (To ; the Editor.) ? Sir,— In- Friday's issue of. your, paper, appears a scurvy , letter written , by an individual calling himself VBrickbat.' Why he did not call himself a. ''Cus- tomer of Adam's,' or a 'Piebald . Lar borite' is an enigma. 1 only wish that Providence spares me to meet this pompous 'Brickbat', in : North , Ward, some ; day, ' and;; I would soon .'show, him how : the ... ,neoi)lo estimate ' his :. great ness.,, Some people hold an enormous- - ly high; opinion, of themselves, but lot them como out before the people the 'same as I did. I.:submittod my name to a, political organisation, and I se cured a magnificent vote, more than all my : opponents together. So now I am to bo sneered at, and a few insig nificant know-alls of tho Brickbat spe cies, jealous of my success. - Look : at the mighty Adam- Innes a few -days ago, and look at him now.:, A few days ago Bathurst was .prepared to do him homage, now none so poor to d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
Mr. C, Cook, South Isis, Q„ says: 'Some itime ago, while cane cutting for Mi*. KeiT, of Doolbi/ I hadi a severe at tack of Colic andi Dian-lioea. I . got some medicine from the aiveaiist but It' did me no good. A friend of ini*e advised m'O to tTy Cliamberlain's Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy, andi 1 am pleased tliat I did, for after taluns a few doses I had entirely recovered i and was' fit tor work ntext day. l-oi j sale by, h. E(,Vgley, and Co. ? ffei
WALLABIES AND KANGAROOS. THE FOURTH MATCH. 4,000 SPECTATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
WALLABIES AND KANGAROOS. THE FOURTH MATCI-I. . 4,000 SPECTATORS. , The .WaMaJbios played thelp fourth; match against the Kangaroos on Saturday, when the (latter team won by S points to G. The full teams were: — ' - AVallfcbies. — Full-back, Mandible;' lliree-quarters, R. Gavin. Hickey, V. Farnsworth, llnsseH:, hallf-backs, i\V, FaiiisworlliU, M'Kivatiy fonvaj'da, M'Cue, Barnett, Gavin, Craig, Mcln tyro, P Burgo. , Kangajroosi. — Full-liack, W. Whit, field; three-quarters, Ancferaou, Bi'Juomham, liawkes^ Conlin; half bajeks, D. Brown, B. PatSeia;. for wards, S. Pearce, E. Courtney, A. Buniikjn, M Frawley, S. Ca/rponter, J. KtendaH. Referee, Mr. G. S'eabriolc. The scores at different times stood as fol'lolws: Wallabies ', Kangaroos nil. ? V Wallabies 3, Kangaroos 2. j !? Kangaroos 5, Wallalbies 3. .|' 7' 1 * Kangaa-oos 8, Wallabies 3. : T' t Kangaroos S, Wallabies G. j
VICTORIAN EVENTS. Melbourne, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 20 September 1909
? VICTORIAN EVENTS. ? Melbourne,- Sunday. The ' Victorian' Athletic , Association held the annual 10 miles cross country! championship yesterday.' There were 23 teams, and ; 201' starters, . and ; ' the event was won: by V. Aitken,- Who .» fin-', ished 100 yards in front of G. Richard son, : who beat: Kerr ' by - one yard. .: G. ! Blake, 100, w,as fourth. ' The win ner's time was 58 minutes 4G seconds, a record for the ~ race. ;