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The Case for Liberalism. No. XV. LABOUR PARTY AND CLASS LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

The Case for Liberalism. (By W. E. Johnson, M.P.) ' No. XV. ? LABOUR PARTY AND CLASS ? ? LEGISLATION. ' Tho Liberal Party base their claims 'ii A to public- support and. confidence on : the Tact that they recognise neither )?? ? ? class nor creed, but legislate in the in-, i.'l ? ? terests of every section of ^tlie. com !' ' ' muiuty without distinction. -Uiey rca lise that sectional legislation is not I - only unjust, but injurious to tuo -wioie , ? ., community, llonce the reason ol' tlicii ?i f persistent and consistent opposition | to Toryism and Socialism, each oil which aim at socurii.g advantage loi onq class. of the community ('at ??'tho. oxr pense and the , disadvantage of othei. classes. Toryism seeks to entrench a favoured few behind monopoly ind special iprivUege, in order to enable a particular class to , become 'unduly- onr. | riched through the impoverishment of j the great mass or tne comumu...,,. Socialism seeks £o remedy the glaring Inequalities ? Inseparable '? fr...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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THE LABOUR PARTY AND THE LIBERAL PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

1 HE LABOUR , PARTY AND THE | LIBERAL PARTY. I This, then', is the .fundamental dif ference between .the Labour Party in Its present stage ot development and the Liberal Party. The Labour Party has year by year receded frpin its original 'ideals of greater' freedom, and has become reactionary. Its - early 'l.niro l.pmi mitli-elv abandoned, ..and to-day : it 'is the party of heavy ;K, taxation and compulsory de-privation ' , of liberty. Compulsion is the keynote f of all its political aud industrial pro er, pagauda, and one. of the most curious .? ' ' features about this volte fsico, policy is that prominent leaders of the party t : do not hesitate to boldly, but unvera- 1 i ciously proclaim from the housetops j I ; that theirs is the only party1 whose I platform and ? policy , never changes: This kind of audacious' belief is ac i cepted by quite a large number of people who ought to' know better, but; 1 who, if they read the reports and' re \ , solutions o£ the Annual- Political 'La...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

Blood poison -resulting from smart 1 wounds is beconling more! prevalent.' Even so slight an injury as l the scratch nr n nin will ROmetirues i '^tuso blOO® poisoning. Tho safe way is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm as soon as the injury has been received. (.That lini ment prevents nil dangor ofi .blood pois oning and causes the injur: j- :t o heal In about one-third tihe timo 1 :eqiilred; hy, Ihe usual treatment. For .boj*' by, li Edgley and Co. Shall hnckiug cou^h my rest Oastroy, i-inl all my pleasure hoi ro alloy':1 Are plahs that cut me 1 ike a km'te, To make a misery of lli to? Shalt bmnfhia. trouble t year mo n'lk? No, novel-, all are put t- j rout ^ By' best ' of medicines, Etmple, pure, xv tn. .woods' Great Re axoormint Curs,''

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THE WARATAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

the waratah. 1 Our Sydney correspondent writes : — The ? Port Caroline, which kept right away to the south, arrived at Adelaido : f without sight of the Waratah. Once ' more our , easily-kindled hopes are dashed. Simultaneously -appears a, letter from an emnloyee in the same line of steamers. He says lie might have sailed in her, but he refused. the; offen, . on account oi a presentiment that something would happen to her. fie is now persuaded that she lias 'turned turtle.' Very curious, in any case), is the history of escapes, 'from, death or disaster eltected by similar presentiments, perhaps they, come to all. In that case the difference will be that/ some cultivate the habit of V, observing them, whilst others dismiss hem as unworthy of notice. v ' ALLEGED INJUSTICE. ? The' Assembly spent some time this veek in considering the case of an engine-driver named: Baunlstorrj i wlio complains of harsh and unfair ; treat- . ment by the officers of tlio Railway . Department. Bannister ,...

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BATHURST SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

BATHURST SCHCfOL OF ARTS. -j The following new; books have been recently, adul-'ed ? to ; the Lending Li brary: — '~ ..'Tho Human' MWVe,'' by, C. Collins. 'Fun of the Fair,' ? 'by E. Plhillp/otts. 'Solltai-y Far,'- by; F. Hume. 1 'The- Score/' hy Lucas Malet 'Cardlilac,' hy E.. Barr. V ''Everybody's Secret,', by D. O, Calthrop. 'The Cioose Girl,' by .11. McGrath.

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AUBURN, VIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

AUBURN,' VIC. ^ William Lewis; 39 Victoria-road, Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., WTltes:-— 'Wo have found Dt. Sbeidons' New Discov ery worte won'd&rs with our children, During .the cold, Nwinter months wf would not consider it siv!o with out it.' ? . ' Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for , , Coughs and Coldls is an unequalled preparation for tihe euro of all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. , Price, Is Gd and 3s per bottle. For saio everywhere, a ?:' ? - i ?

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SHARE MARKET. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

SHARE MAEICET. | . \ '?Sydney, I-riday. Broken Hill South, paid :£.G 5s;; l£G 4s' G3; contributing, ,£6. ' . ?Brolron, Hill Junction North,. 33/3. \ ? Broken Hill Junction, (6/2. \ Broken Hill Proprietary, 42/C. ^ ; British Broken Hill, old, 22/1 _ . Broken HiU North, terms, 1 nonth', - tellers option, 90/.; ( ? Mount David, 1/9. ~ 'j ? - {? ?Betf^ry. lQd.^ . Coralniirdlai - Banking Co., of 'Sydney, '£30 6a:'

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Cycling and Motoring. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

Cycling and Motoring. , The principal 'topic in cycling circles just now is the great Dunlop Road Race from Warrnambool to- Melbourne (165 miles), which is to be held on Saturday, October 2nd. This popular sportinsr, event is not onlv the most im portant., cycling fixture in Australasia, but the. greatest road contest held in the' world. . The 'Warrnambool' was first organised in 1S95, and, with the exception of 1S99 and 1990, it has been held annually ever since, . each year marking1 a tremendous increase in no minations, acceptors, and starters,- un til the climax was reached this year with the world's record' entry of 548. No cycle race — track or road — has ever yet attracted such a tremendous entry, and such a wonderful result foil a £30 first prize speaks volumes for the sporting spirit . that has been fostered amongst road-racing cyclists by' the Dunlop Rubber Company, wjho have practically fathered the pastime in Australasia; and framed the conditions of their long-distance ...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE SALES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

~ SYDNEY. PRODUCE SALES. ' Sydney, Friday. Eighty three trucks ottered, 26 pass ed. - Red'slcin potatoes advanced 7/G per ton; , white skins down_ 5/ per ton; Choice rod skins 7/1 to f/S; prime G/4 to G/S; good 5/S to G/l; white slsins 5 1 to 5/4. . . Lucetne hay. advan'ced ' nearly 10/ per Ion; choice large B&jles G/; prime 4/4 to 4/G; medium 4/; good small bales 4/2 to 4/9;- luceme hay choice y.-.: ; ;? - McWiiim derrick straw, 2/2 to 2/5. . /. Maize... 4^.0.- ,. _ , r ..... .. ' ? / ^ j 'Prime chlckwheat 4/10. * v*' Prime swede , turnips, 3/1.- ' ' v (The market was glutted with chalt and* nearly ihalf the consignments were passed 'in. and showed ai ,weaJ£-j ntes oX 6/8 per ion. - , 1 ? ; .. Choice chatf-,4/7 to 4/10;. prime 3/10 to 4/4; medium to good 3/2 to -3/0; inferior -2/6 to 2/11. , ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

For Childress Heads. Mothers, Flossine for the Ha.fr has the advantage of notonly being porfectlv harm- ??? less, but prevents dandruilvapd renders the' soalp.henlthy and the hair soft like Hill;. -'It ? ellectuully destroys nif.s and other parasites, tlierojjy koepiii!; free from these pests the:, heads of children who are t'oing to school. ' . Stocked by all chemists and storekeepers, Sydney agent: Brothwood, Chemist, 82 King-street.* ' '?

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Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

Commercial. SUSSEX STREET PRICES. . Sydney, Friday At .the meeting of the Now South Wales Flour Millets Produce Com pany tills afternoon it was' decic'cd to raise the price of pollard from i£4' 15s to £5 per . ton, flour and (bran .were left unaltered. . Wheat, milling, old 4/10 and 4/10% er bushel ; new 3/9 to 3/10'. Fliour £10 *17s.. 6d to ,£11. ' Maize, yellow 3/9; white 3/0. . Oats, Tasmanlan white, 2/6 to 2/G; choice 2/7; -seed 1/11 to- 2/., .. Bran £4 15s to £5. ' . /Potatoes, New South Wales, . l£4j to £7. Butter, 108/ (choicest), seconds 82/ to 92/; pastry 70/ to 80/. ' Cheese .local prime loaf oYz-l to 5%-H; good 4%d to 5d;- rough 4%d;' prime largjo 5%d to ,5%d; special brand ' G'4'c.' to Sd. . -Bacon, ? prime 5d to S'/^d; flitches, to . 7'/hd; midclles S)d; special brands 'SVid to 9d; flitches 7%d to S%d; (middles 9%d'^to lOd; hams bacon lOd; curedi lid; Christmas de livery l/0%d to 1/1; spccial single cloth 11% d to l/l%d; see£J 1/ to l/2Vld. . Eggs: Northern River 9d to ...

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OPITICIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

, OPTICIAN'S VISIT. September 29th is the date of, next regular monthly visit 10 Bathurst on GlDb and lieeman, Ltu., the well known Opticians of C Hunter-street, .Sydney: -Consulting' rooms: Park' Ho tel. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.- AH sufferers from any eye trouble, 'failing sight or headaches, should consult us. One of the principals personally visits Bathurst (Chaa Ulbb, late principal of Charles Uibb and Co., and J. W. Bceman (late Manager and Sight Specialist lor H. A. Barraclough), who has been vif,iting this town for some years, are tl/e principals, so clients can rely on tho most expert Eye service In consulting us. Next visit Sept 29th.'

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Arnold Rigby. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

Arnold Rigby, The election for alderman for the ' Worth Ward, Bathurst Municipality, lms been made to carry more than or dinary significance through the at 1 emi)t to foist a Labor representative: 011 the electors simply because lie IS ;i Labor representative, or rather, that! lie is a Political Labor League repre sentative, 'which is a very different matter indeed. What politics .have to do with the administration ol local Government hard and fast laws, 110 one seems to understand, or, if they do. tliey do uot seetn to deem it ne cessary to explain. The Aldermen . are not placed at the Council table to make laws — they occupy quite a different position to members o£ Par liament. They- are there to administer ibeAct as they, have it for their guid ance. Consequently, whether au al derman is a Labor man or a Plymouth Brother, or a Tory or a Seventh-Day Advemist, doesn't really matter at all. Why, then do the gentlemen who con stitute the Bathurst Political Labor League desire to fois...

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MISHAP TO COWRA MAIL TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

MISHAP TO ' COWRA RLVIL -TOAIN. . Yesterday morning , when - near Cconiblng. Park, the .Cow'r^ mail I . train Vt-i-'ougii bii-'»; r£: \ N. a| 'tubu^ vonr the enuinc, was delayed j tlireevttiours, and had to wait 'until another engine, was procured. . How eyer# the ^jflssengers liad nothing to .complain.-. about, as Mrs. Whitney, ot Coombing' Park, hearing of the mis ttap kindly forwarded' hot coffee, milk, aud other refreshments,- for, tlio passengers, . which proved to bo veiy acceptable, ,an-L' helped to mitigate tho inconvenience they had to suffer.

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Local aud General HELD OVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

Local and General, HELD OVER/', J Several items of news have 'had to i.e held over until Monday :on account of piessure on our space. ? | ? ! ? ; ? ' ? l I

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

THE WEATHER. Calm, lino and clear weatlur con ditions were experienced In Bathurst yesterday. Similar conditions j-t email- ed at all other stations. Korecasi: Weather tomponirl'y l.ne 011 the coast and. tablelands, but ram arja in the S. W. Districts, gradually .ex tending east and 110: th wi'h some squajls and tiiuuderstorms; uortlierly winds, in the east; west .tp sbtitheny 'in the west^ -

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NO LADIES NEED APPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

NO LADIES ? NEED APPLY. 'Wantdtl good, clean, kind-hearted housekeeper. No, ladies need ' apply.' : is 1 he wording , of au advertisement 111 a Sydney paper.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

Mr. W. C. Wockner, Toowooraba. Queeriolarid, 'writes: 'Chamberlain'-? Cough Remedy is an axcellcnt Remedy. I have been sulferlng from a cold for the last two mouths and it lias effected a cure. It is a pleasure for me to recommend it to anyone with a bad co'd.' This is tlio opinion of one it Uie oldest and most respect-iJ ? residents in Toowoomba, and has been voluntarily given in good faitih that otnor3 mlgnt try Chamberlain's Couuh Remedy and be benellted as ho was. For salo by 1U. Edgley, and Co, , .. .... 1 . '

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MR. FOSTER FRASER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

? MR. -FOSTER- ERASER.;' ' ' 'j Mr. Poster . Fraser arrived at West Maitiand on Thursday afternoon 'and v. as accorded a grand reception. ' He lectured' at tlie Town Hall' at night, wnen a great audience liilcd the build ing. Mr. Froser is another gentleman whom we should tiy to ; induce to : come 'to Bathurst aud lecture.

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WILLIAM ANDERSON'S DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

WILL AIM ANDERSON'S DRAMATIC . COMPANY. ? ' ; A large house should ?greet tlije William Anderson. Dramatic Co.,. on .Monday next, '.when they commence a throe nights season at the' School of Arts with the new Adelphi success 'Between Two Women.' The previous appearnce of the Company some time ago in the 'Sauatt'er's Daughter' will be pleasantly, remembered by locaj playgoers and tlio return of such a favourite combination' should) he wel comed with .'enthusiasm. The .new play is said, to give great scopo to the princir/le members of tho Com pany and lihc acenit^ effects will be on the Companies usual complete scaie. 'Perhaps no dramatic .company is so popular hei'd as tlie one tinder notice and with previous successful seasons comparatively fret^i in tho inemoiiy those enjoy a good liealthy drama, admirably staged, will' no doubt 'avail themselves ot the prcsenL opportunity. On Tuesday another new drama will (be 9taged entltlei? 'Tjie ' Heart of London'- which Is full, of sensatibna...

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