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FEDERAL FINANCE. WHERE OUR MONEY GOES. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

'' FEDERAL FINANCE. WHERE OUR MONEY GOES. Melbourne, Tuesday. The annual report of the Federal Public Service Commissioner was pre sented to the House of Representatives this afternoon. i During 1909 the permanent staff was I increased by 10S7 officers. Oil January 1st, 190S, the permanent employees numbered 13,530;- of whom 11.S50 were engaged in the Postmas ter General's Department. In addlition to the general hands, there were -13,010 exempt from the Public Servico Act. The salaries co balled £1,SG2,143, an lncrei.se of £10, - 131S for 1907. The exempt employees received £223, S24 in salaries, and the temporary hands £102,505.

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LITTLE GIRL'S DEATH. RUN OVER BY TRAM. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

LITTLE GIRL'S DEATH. RUN OVER BY TRAM. Sydney, Tuesday. A little girl named Mattiu Peddie, aged 4 years and 8 monhs, who was run. over by a tram at Leichhardt yes terday, died this mor ling.

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THE INDUSTRIAL ACT. THE TIMBER CUTTERS' UNION. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

THE INDUSTRIAL ACT. ti-ie timber cutters' union. Sydney, Tuesday. In the Legislative Assembly to night, Mr. Carmicliael (labor) asked the Premier if lie was aware that a large body of men in the Western Tim ber Cutters' Union were not included in tho Industrial schedule. . In reply i, the Premier said an; appli cation liid been sent in to the Regis trar by the organisation of the /timber cutters. He was not aware that any. friction existed, but was having ^ inquiries made. lie had been doubtful whether they came within scope of the Afct, as lie was informed the Itiimberi cutters were a body of contractors. j

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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH THIS DEATH OP FOSTER. ELECTROCUTED. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (From New South Wales Country Press Association). the death of foster. ELECTROCUTED. ' Sydney, Tuesday. I At the inquest concerning the death of Lionel Foster, who was electrocut ed at Newtown Tramway Depot, medi cal evidence showed that death must have been (instantaneous as he receiv ed a shock of 3801 .volts, lie was badly burned. A verdict of accidental death was returned.

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BRITISH BUDGET. LANDOWNERS POSITION. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

? BRITISH BUDGET;' : LANDOWNERS' POSITION. Loudon:, Tuesday. Iln the House of Commons, after a twelve hours' sitting, the Income Tax clauses from '10 to 90 were carried. J/r. Lloytl George announced that the landowners, providing they ' actually spent the money on the estates, would be allowed to claim a refund up to 25 per cent, on tlie gross income upon which they had been assessed. Mr. nnlfni... foon-micn,l Mr T;lrm1 George's i desire to remedy injustice and noted bis admission that landowners had been overtaxed for many years.

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THE SPANISH TROUBLE. ADVANCE OF 40,000 SPANIARDS. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

H THE SPANISH TROUBLE. I ADVANCE OP 40,000 SPANIARDS. London, 'Tuesday. The. Spanish advance on Melilla has commenced with forty thousand troops The troops cheered wildly when the announcement was made that they vtm to advance. ? Two columns occupied a position at Cape Deliuerte, supported by Span ish warships. They accomplished their work with the loss of one Killed and 28 wounded.

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THE CLEAN GAME. SIX MEMBERS SUSPENDED. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

I The CLEAN ' GAME. SIX MEMBERS SUSPENDED. London, Tuesday. I The Rugby Union has suspended six members of the Coventry Football Club, -including Davey, who toured Australia with the English team in lSOS/on charges of professionalism.

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THE FINANCE BILL. NO MORE PEASE SOUP. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

1 THE FINANCE BILL. I NO MORE PEASE SOUP. London, Tuesday. Sir Alfred Pease has withdrawn his support from the Liberal Party owing to its social and financial policy.

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POPULATING AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

POPULATING . lAUSTRALliV. M Mr. G. P. Sparrow, a delegato from Mj the Liondon Chamber of Commerce, 3 iwhilst on- a visit to the buttter fae- gfl tories of the NorUll Coast spoke o£ :33k tlio lieetJ ofi population in Australia. |fl This country, he said, was a vast one, |1 sparsely settled, an't'. crying aloud ft r population.. No one could imagine 19 one tiillie oc .tilifi 'iresources oi uieir ^ great Commonwealth. Tliey were gfl simply incalculable. , li Australia | to be properly, developed it must 1)Q i done (by placing men on. the land. | He advocated'tliat they should pro- | eeed on the same lines as CanaCu, | They must attract young men' ,to tlio | country '..parts. The ; big towns liko i Melbourne and Sydney were perhaps \ overstocked; .with labour. His idea | was to send out the youth of tlie | country .to Austra(lia, and have them | trained to go on the land. It was « | matter ior the Federal Government £ to talce up. He advocated the taking | ol' chlk'lren at t(h'e age of ...

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BRITISH LADS FOR AUSTRALIAN FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

BRITISH LADS FOR AUSTRALIAN FARMS. Dr. Richard Arthur, M.L.A., the pre sident of the Immigration League of Australasia, who lias recently returned from England, formed while there a strong committee in London for yle purpose of sending out British lads to 1 work on Australian farms and stations. ? These lads will be from 15 to 20 yeai-s ' of; age, carefully selected as to health, respectability, and wtillingness to work, )? and will be scut out ill batches o£ 50 or 100. The first batch is expected C withili' a few months,; and the secretary ij of the Immigration League of Austia- 1 ' lasia, BuH's-chambers, ii Moore-street, / invites applications from fanners and j j station-owners who ai-e , prepared to ^ employ these lads. It is suggested that \ they be given 5s a week, with board, for the first three months, 7s (id for the next, and 10s after six months. OC j|| course, good honest workers will ex- || pect a further advance after they have |1 gained experience. g| The Immigration L...

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CABLE NEWS. The Waratah. WAS SHE BLOWN UP? London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

CABLE NEWS. The Waratah. WAS SHE BLOWN UP? ' ?? ??? ? Loa'iOUi Tuesday. Th0 steamer Harlow . . which arrived . jliinllia, reports in/ssiiig^ on July 'ItU jnilcs from Durban, a ^steamer on lire, which aftenva.MS exploded. 1 Messrs. Lund aud Son, owners of the Waratah, do not belie .-o the vessel passed by the Harlow could have been the Waratah. .flle underwriters thi Vy Lloyd's peo ple generally arc sceptimi.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

I K1TCIIEX ACClUEJi'TS. ; 1 ZA.M-BUK The EVER-READY. i SOOTHER AND HEALER. § Accidents in the kitchen aro many, | and every housewife and domestic I should always keep a pot of Zam-Buk | haudy for tho prompt treatment of tlio 1 cut, scratch, bruise, burn, or scald that j| may liajipen at any moment. Cuts with fe broken crockery and slips of a table- M knife, burns with ironing or cooking, f| aud scalds with the steam of kettle- j| spouts and boiling over.' of saucepans are daily dangers in every home, but ® tho prompt application of Zam-Buk— j| the ever-ready home 'first-aid'-— w'' M kill all pain and ensure prompt anil g perfect healing. ; t I -The value of Zam-Buk in cases of B scalds „s^s demonstrated lin the case of S Miss IBackboro, of 25 Regent-street, | Petrie Terrace, Brisbane, who says: 'I scalded my foot very severely; in deed, it was about the worst scald I had ever seen. My foot was also badly bruised. I had heard Zam-bulc well spoken of for burns, scalds and similar inj...

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BRITISH ARMY. 60,000 MEN UNDER ARMS. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

Mm BRITISH ARMY. GO, 000 MEN UNDER ARMS. London, Tuesday. I The British Army- manoeuvres are being carried out in the Thames Val ' sixty thousand men are under arms under war conditions., and these em brace a large part of the Home Army Tlie operations are based on the tac tics o£ General Lee at tlie battle of Gettysburg during the Civil AVar of

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COULD NOT BE ON FIRE. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 22 September 1909

COULD NOT BE ON FIRE. London, Tuesday. ILunil's people state that- they hadi ' no cargo of a particularly inflammable : nature on board the 'Waratah. The cargo ol' the Waratah was chief ly frozen carcases and Hour. Reuter's correspondent at ? Durban says the Xlarlow arrived at Durban on July 28th, aud stayed until the 31st and did not mention the incident of the burning ship. Moreover, tho Guelph sighted the Waratah after the time mentioned. - »

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

jBBBBjgiMh Result of Science Bonningtous is a special process A st n' \ for compounding Carrageen or Irish :a':!5 of th- lUtOJ Moss (Chrondrus Crispus) obtained ? V -- from the West Coast of Ireland. ' \-throbt DisEps.=.a ,,J ;v' The Irish Moss in its crude state TFtnTOTMKiw— - ? ]ias many uses but it was left to that skilful chemist— George Bonniugton— to so combine this product with oilier ingredients to produce the splendid chest medicine known as — BONNINGTON'S IRISH MOSS : This remedy has a world wide reputation for the cure of Coughs, Colds and Aflections of the Chest, Throat and Lungs. It has been in constant use for upwards of 45 years. The 'most persistent cough will yield to its influence and be permanently cured. It has proved its worth to other people — let it do so for you. &j PRICE— 1/6 & 2/6 PER BOTTLE SOLD EVERYWHERE. Spg Show ! Spring Slow! Of the ? ' Latest Productions Of ? Fashionable Novelties At ? E. WEBB & CG.'S GEORGE-STREET, FASHIONABL...

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VI.— (Cont.'nued.) ' To my home and yours, oeur Olive !' he said, and then put her gently Iron) him and turned to assist Nina — who had watched the meeting with palpitating heart and cheeks that alternately flushed and paled — from the carriage. She was a chilly mortal, and, warm though the evening was, she jvore a long scarlet mantle trimmed .with blacK feathers and a little scarlet toque. , She was a trifle paler than usuai, but her eyes were glittering like diamonds under their dark lashes, ana as she stepped ' from the carriage and held out her hand to Olive with a charming smile the girl thought ihe had never seen so beau tiful a creature, and could scarcely re frain froin expressing her admiration and surprise openly. It was however, 1 30 apparent in her face for Nina .lo ov erlook, and as admiration, even' from her own', sex, 'was like the breatii of life to her, she smiled, well pleased, and felt most benevjlently disposed towards Olive. '-Won...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

Ayer's Qas-scpanlfa Makes CqocJ i3!ood Trick your skin with .1 ncedlo. n, You will seo j Jill kind of ][|) j| blood? ' ^ Kichand o t . II pure? Or i «. j thin and U - * -? 'fe I m p u r o 1 blood with ccz'oma/^^^'i^jlS^^^ rashes, pimples, pustules, salt-rliouin, boils, caroun clos, and other soros. Thoso simply toll of something bad down deep in tho blood itself. Ointments, washes, powders and cosmetics will not- roach the evil. You must t:iko out all im purities from the system with ; AYER'S Sarsapariila and thon see how quickly the sUn troublos will disappear. j As now made, Ayer's Sarsa pariila contains no alcolrd. There are many imitation f Sarsapariilas. - Be sure you get 'Ayer's.' Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayar 4 Ci., Lowell, Kan.. U.S.A.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

Blood poison resulting from - ? smal'i wounds is becoming moro, prevalent. Even so slight an injury as the scratch of a pin wiil sometimes cause blood; poisoning. Tho safe way is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm as soon as ihe injury lias been received. That lini ment prevents all danger o£ blood pols oning and causes the. Injury to heal in about one-third tihe time required by the usual treatment. For. sale by, 1* Edgley. and Co, ».^i tt ^ PURE1 mm SPIRIT jlMi ' AS 1/ t^v1^ GOOD 1 rw u TO® ( *V- * WOMEN V V A-OiAS COR I a F I SPEAKIftlQ f F F I L'jj' J FROM | [EXPERIENCE TlIK DOCTOR: ' Ah I yes, restless I and feverish. Give him a Steed- I man's Powder aad he will soon i he all right.' j Jkeedtnan's Soothing Powders) CONTAIN lEElpofs0oN§£ll Sold by Elliott Bros,, Sydney

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Barbers v. Bakers, REPRESENTATIVES INTERVIEWED. MARBLES SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

Barbers v. Bakers. 1 REPPESENTATIVES INTERVIEWED. I MARBLES SUGGESTED. 'I One of tho leading men of ' the Bakers' team openly admitted to one ot'.our. : .representatives, last night they did not . intend to play the Barbers' team, again. The mil was a fair -one, and that slioufd' be the' end of it. The Barbers, lie declared, wanted * to .have a | kiclri'ng match/ and they wouldn't get I the opportunity; , that was ? what. 'iqade i them so wild. I'm speaking of tho iiiiali match this; particular baker, said ljo had expected his . team to win; by 11101^ po.nts than they, did.-- If, however,, an other niacch; was played, he knew the Bakers would easily /win. But ; tliey some talk of a cricket .. team being formed among the Bakers It . they did get a team together ? it would be . one miat could ''lick', the Barbers at cricket, the same as they did at football. Another member of the ; Balcers' team dt(clard that if the Barbers could play, football as; well as they' could 'skite'. then it...

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The Spanish Trouble. GENERAL, MARINA'S SUCCESS. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 23 September 1909

The Spanish Trouble. GENERAL MARINA'S SUCCESS. London, Wednesday. General' Marina, commanding the Spanish forces in Morocco, cleared the country northward of Mount Gurugu. He took 1000 ' prisoners, drove the rest' from the heights, and now con trols tho Peninsula from sea shore to j sea shore. i

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