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A BADGE: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

A DADGli; ADVANTAGES AJ\TD disadvantages. . ?4 , 1 a number of 'people In this town have perceived tlie children of the Bathurst District School wearing badges on their liats. My opinion is that tlie wearing of a school badge would in most cases have a great ten dency to improve both the conduct of wearer and the work in school as well. If the Children so acted', it would lead the , public to respect the school, and to help , as well as. 'possible either to assist it with a little out„of their purses occa sionally, if able ,to afford', or, on the other hand, .to speak of it. as an institu tion where discipline is maintained. Then, again, ( 'the wearing of the badge would be a great distinction from com mon schools, 'that are not particularly noted for their conduct and progress. But, although the wearing of a badge [has many advantages, it has the dis advantages- at 'the same time! Sup j poking a child wlio' had a badge on1 his I | or her hat misbehaved in -'che street, then that ch...

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A NECESSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

A NECESSITY. '' ' Every live, n an. on . thte lrnfl Knows the vailue of' a .windmill' for irrigating, I anil- .'watering j. stock. It Is witli pleasure , we' cail attention .10 Messrs. iMetters1', ttuhounceinent In to-day 'fi paper, settiilg forth .the., advantages of their Austroli. n:mado ' windmills ot improved pattern' '?'The : advice oil their mill expe# is at your disposal free of charge, and should lie louutl very hoiprul to- U10: e who are deslr ous of ih' tiling- this ye- y e.onomical method- of t enuring 1 lie benefits of (aj 'plcntifu,!' -nipplyr. of ' wi.tcr. ' -

Publication Title: Bathurst Times, The
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SALE OF WORK AND POT PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

SALE OF WORK AND POT PLANTS. I In the Methodist Lecture Hall, .\Yii iam^str'eefy on Wednesday afternoon, 29th Inst., at 3 o'clock, a sale of work will be opened by Mr. J. -Miller, M.L,A. (The ladies ' regret that this function clashes with other. local fixtures for that night, but arrangements having been made for that date as publish d previously in this paper, they find t quite impossible to make an altera ion. A spleiidd collection of palms and pot plants will be on sale',- also refreshments and sweets. There will be music and competitions , at botlr afternoon and evening sessions.

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

. THE PARK. Many visitors to Machattie Park] miss the* water, aud fish in . - the ceu tral pond,, and, although : they' guess the basin Is emptied for the purpose of being cleaned out they speculate considerably on 'What has become of the flsb?' One joker explained to some ladies that . 'the fish had 'been taken down to Blank ^aul'l Co's., to be fattened lup foi; Lefu.*' The fish are alright. Tliey batve .'been . transierre'e^ to the pond in the Winter Garden aud will be re-transferred when ' the spring cleaning of their home is complete.

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

THE SCARLET TROUBADOURS. Mr. Edward Brunscombd, -wfliose ?'Wesiininisterr'ciee Party'' and reqent 'Chernlavlski' Concerts proved so. successful, announces that his la. est importation (in tlie Way of ? entertain ments) tUe 'Scarlet Troubadours' will commence a BaUiurst - season' at! the School ,6f -Arts on Wednos-iay 29 Uh September anO iRlasonlc liall on Thursday 30th September. This com bination of artistes' presents many novel -features, and.' whilst maintaining In its ' lino solo singing' and oxcelleat male quartette 'the very high standard of excellence for which 'tlie 'West- tiiiniufnrs' wf-rr- ! fAn'voua. introduces many ot tlie 'light touches' 'aud the mirth making material \\'hicli attract those of the pleasure loving public, wlio may not be, of necessity, musical ly 'Inclined. Humorous ajid . romant'c scenes, and selections from1, musical comedy and light opera' in costume and: with gesture', .gracefull dance-s, brilliant operatic' and) ballad singing, comic sketches at tl...

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LEARN TO SEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

LEARN TO SEW, The Rev. B. J. Meek, speaking at lie Pixie Ladies' College concert , on hursday night,- offered good advice 0 the youuK ladies, who would ' some day, have homes of their own. He poiuted out. that- all members, of tlie air sex should know -how * to handle he needle and cotton. 'This was a utilitarian age, and all girls should e able to sow — -buttons. The rever ud gentleman's: remarks were 'fol- owed by ripples of appreciative laugh er by the young ladies, who, never theless, took a serious view of the matter, and looked a's' 'though they would all learn to sew, if. it was only to sew buttons on. . ,

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THE FORGET-ME-NOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

Ti-IE forget-me-not. I am now going to tell you a scory I about a forget-me-not, OnEe upon a | time a man was travelling across the ! mountains. ;? I-Ie found a little stream, I arid ; followed;- it up. Here he found green . grass --and little pale blue flowers. He :picked a bunch of these, and tied them 'to his stifek.- Then, lie went on his journey. Some time after lie .came to a larga rock. Tapping tho door with his stick, it flew open. He heard sweet fairy voices telling him to take as many jewels as he ? wanted, i I-Ie threw away the stick with the dear i little , flowers on it. When leaving he \ heard a sweet whisper in his ear, say ing 'Forget-me-not' As soon as he left' 'the door shut with a crash, and the man found that all his things had dis appeared, arid' once again' he was ,out on the lonely mountain. Tills taught tlie ungrateful ? traveller a' lesson, to love the beautiful flowers , that ' God made. , 1 MYRA BURGESS.-' Second,1 dag's 9 years 9 months; .

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The Boy Scouts. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

. The Boy Scouts. / ' ? With the advent of the summer holi day theie has arrived ? al&o — out of everywhere into everywhere, with a sort 'of magical ubiquity that nothing can quite compare with— the Baclen Powell boy scout. \ Since tlie schools broke up there ha?s I been positively no escaping from him. I-Hs Mafeking hat, - his knapsack and (ift. pole, have haunted every road and common alike in London and in the provinces. He peeps over every hedge row, lurks behind every ? -haystack, mar'clies 'with swift and silent step along quiet suburban ' streets, and startles ', the back-garden , gooseberry bushes down every row with 'sounds like a kangaroo,', or wolf or lion, as the case may be. What does it all'mean? Is it war or peace? Is it earnest or play? Of the overwhelming popularity of the move ment there can be no doubt. ' A certain amount of natural, good-humoured ri dieule has only fanned the flame. Practically every ? organisation for the welfare of b'oys' has now had to...

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He Pretended That He Was Deaf [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

He Pretended That fre Was Deaf Shortly after. qur hotel began its re gular winter season (said' the hotel cilerlt) , one of - the most' innocentlook ing :boys that I had-.e'ver seen came in at G.30 with two, -big trunks- and regis-: tered 'Joseph Hunter, Conn.' He, mglit have been 20 years old or 30. vl couldnt. hav'e: told; but he. looked as if butter 'Wouldn't melt in his mouth, lie was tall and smoothly shaven. His hair was very blonde, and he wore eye glasses that gave him a very quizical look. He was well dressed, arid I -sized him up -for a kid. just let loose -.from home. ? 'Room with a bath?' I asked. 'I beg your pardpn,' said Mr Hunter. 'Room wUh.a bath?' I said very dis tinctly. t - 'Will you -be good- enough to. speak a 'little louder,' said the kid in a quiet voice. 'You see ! am a little deaf.' .Do you want a bath 'connected with your room?' I shouteu. . 'I really can't 'hear you,' said- Mr. Hunter, as he- leaned over for me to shout in his ear.' , - 1 I shouted the, qu...

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

I\T7'ANTED, two Carpenters. three La YV borers, CJookp, Housemaid aud Gen crnk Apply EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 7-1 William-street. 'tTTANTED, Competent GENERAL ; also VY MlliSHRV HOUSEMAID. Apply Mrs. HltYEN, ' Weranang,' Hope-ptreet. /CONGREGATION AL CHURCH TENNIS VJ CLUB.— Concert, Oddfellows' Hall, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2Stb. -Tickets Gd, IIVTETHODIST. CHURCH, WILLIAM-' IU STREliT. — A Sale of Work will bo opened oil WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON NEXT, 29th September, at 3, by J. Miller, Esq., 5I.L.A Kveniug session at 7.30. Ad mission 6d. Palms and Pot Plants on'fiale.' llefreshments and Competitions. IQUNDAY, 7.30 p.m. ' The Church of 10 Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will hold Services in the Oddfellows' Hall. Searchers lifter truth are cordially invited. T OST, n little BLAUK PUPPY, in tlio J-i vicinity of Deuison Bridge. Reward offered to auy one returning same to GRAND HOTEL, Bathurst. ????'.? :- TXNES' TATTEltSALLS HOTEL. Head 1. and shoulders above all others for Spirits, Accommodation, a...

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

Electors ofiortlfarfl DON.T ncglect to RECORD YOUR VOTE TO- DAY. Be in ti.ne, and ; VOTE for ARNOLD BIGBY mm*/ uua aivvayb uueu to me lore in any thing having for its object the advance ment of Bathurst, and who will be able to give you the benefit of his wide prnc'ir-al experience. £9flF'The Polling Booth is at Natty ? Woods' Old Shop, George-st. POLITICAL Macquarie Federal E!ectorate A MEETING of tho Liberals of Bathurst will be held at Beavis' Rooms on MONDAY NIGHTNEXT, 27th INSTANT, at 8 o clock, for the purpose of electing dele-* gates to confcr with ' those of other contres .with reference to' the Seleotion of a Candi date for the Macqaarie Federal spat, Tho importance of this meeting should be recog nised, and a large attendance iB particularly requested. Ladies specially invited. A. E. PEKICIN'S, 1 . Organiser. IN THii SUPREME COURT' OF NEW SOUTH WALES. , PROBATE JURISDICTION. , In the Estiito of GEORGE SYDNEY SMITH, Jntc of Bathurst, in the - Statp of New tiouth Wales, STOC...

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HOLY RUSSIA. MURDERS SEMI-OFFICIALLY DENIED London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

' HOLY RUSSIA. MURDERS SEMI-OFFICIALLV . ? denied London, Fridn!'. Tho report of the nntMow s ^1 break at Kleft, Ilclally denied. One of ? J1 (( „1C daily papers of Ber «» l f u ' a„d narrative on private 111 f01^, cC11. added that all news is rigidly gored.

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The Waratah. SWEEPING BOTTOM OF SEA SUGGESTED. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

The Waratah. / I cwpttpING' BOTTOM OF SEA sWBEP suggested. . London, Friday. |v to special inquiry from U ?r0S1T loWl's agent at Manilla te London. L . tllg . j-jarlow's report as lcgrvi!iing a' burning steamer wjiich i a r»nn finned by the. captain. cxpioatu, Manilla; adds; X r he Harlow, sighted the V'.c'„ vLSel at 7:30 in the eyenmg. ln,inll!vnlosfou .occurred at S o clock. l]V! -1 stance was too great for us to The aww vessel's identity.' people, owners of the Wara tal'Theyc'an Maclntyre reported sight ? ir the Waratah' on the morning vt ''1 97 'I niil'cs ahead of the spot ftd M tho position where the Har l0^hfcapTai.ro£Oth°enHarlow -suggests (J iethe bottom -Qf the sea in - the Neighborhood of the explosion be swept- -

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LIST OF CONTRIBUTIONS HOSPITAL BALL, 1909. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

LIST OF- CO*TBnn-TlON\S HOSPI TAL BALL, 1901). £2 2s: Hon. John Meagher. -£1 Is: Mesdames J. Smith, Darvall Barton, Rutherford, Alcssrs. W. ' Bullock, R. ,G. Gilinour, A. Stiliivm' Ni L. Suttor. . ' 10s Gd each: ' Messrs. W. n. cock, Walker' and . Co., Athol Stew-n't' C. W. White.' '' ll' 10s: Mesdames J. Cox, Craig, w t Anderson,- Rev. 'Uotlier, Mrs. midge, Mrs'. Allan, Waller, FleitiftlliiL'' Mrs. M. J. O'Reilly, Mrs/Dean Alairiot' Rev. E. J. Flanagan, H. Crago, ,) u Messenger, ' L. Jlockler, .Messt's. n' I-Iai per and Co., — . Varly (Sydney), j' M'Piilllauiy,.'Dr. Robertsou, John to wards, .Brownlow, Newell Gilinour. 7s 6d: Mrs. 1-Iardwick, Messrs. n Taylor, W; Groteteut. us Gd: Mrs.' A. Campbell. 5s: Mesdames.. Oakes, I-Iinton, Blu mer, T. Fiaskett, Herbert Suttor Misses Cameron, M'lntosh, Hanimomr Mesdames M. Caples, Gillliam, -Messrs! Fuller, A. E. Ennis, Evans, ParnolV Tremain, Britten, W. H. Gartrell, J '1'' Slack,' J. Fltzpatrick, 'J. Kiizgeralil' E.' II. Taylor, Freestone,...

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Milking Machines, ADVANTAGES GAINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

? Milking Machines, H advantages gained. I Among the advantages enjo*uu ^ the users of 'L.K.G.' Milking Mach nos mav be mentioned, saving m laboi, Worrv, and expense. In practice it ; fnnnri t.li fir. a. in an with one itIj kg' machine £an milk: sixteen c0,vs per hour easily. ? Compare this with hand labor, under which if is icearded as very good work if a milk er'can disptfse of eight cows per hour. \ significant feature of the. milking machine work, as noted by many users is tlie fact, as expressed by them, tha't on going into . any shed where the 'L.K.G.'' Machines are at* .work you wiil find the cow quite contentedly chewing the cud, and the absence o£ ihe leg-rope shows ? the soothing : ef fect of the machine, and _ affords the evidence tliat the animal cannot lie suffering any- uneasiness or pain under tlie operation. . _ For .price and particulars of L.Iv.G. Milking Machines apply to Waugli and Jospphson, Sussex-street,' Sydney.

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AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE. ALMOST BEYOND PRAISE. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

AUSTKALLVN DEFENCE. ALMOST BEYOND PRAISE. London;- Friday.' Tho 'Daily Graphic' says tho Com monwealth Dtjtoncc Bill is cit so noble a .plan, -arising from so generous aud worthy aspirations., that It is almost impertinent to praise it.

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER VI, — (Continued.), : ' I suppose so. W ell, no one cool' mistake you. foi any one but your fa ther's son,' Mrs. Worthington said in a rather aggrieved tone ; 1 but this is .a colder greeting than I had meatiji to give you, dear Ralph.' v ? She held uo her cheek to him. nnH. Ralph,, seeinu that he'was expect, cd to kiss it, selected the spot tVliere, there seemed least danger of the con ipleiion coming off at.d obediently touched it with his lips. The caress was so evi- 1 dently disiasieful to him, and lie looked so relieved when it was over, 'jbat Olive bit her lip to refrain from si niiing, and Nina did not attempt to - jonceal her amusement, but laughed ou Aright. Mrs. Worthington gave her a look which ought to have been suffici ent to annihi late any ordinary mort but which had not the slighest effe- it upon Nina, who only laughed again „ 1 Piesent your aunt' to [me, Ralph,' she said languidl), ar ^l then as Ralph turned to Mis. \Voti nington and ...

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

(? fe JSMift P ^ ' |lrC^\ VM ) ®ut£) t— -- AT AIL TIMES The beverage for all times, all weathers, for men, for women. t Wolfe's Tnlneppp j | It is lieatthf uliy beneficial. I .... at or:oe .... S A DRINK ! A TONIC 1 | I A MEDICINE ! I f buy whole bottli:*. fi Our Mills are IlcluMc and Modern. They work with the pli^htesl breeze, and *re setf* TtRwlaling in storm*; the taariug* can be changed with verv little trouble, aod in ft few minutes. Write us your requirementSj and our Mill Expert will send full particulars of Mill and Outfit tli&t will suit your purpose beat. We make and atock every need in the line — Pumps, Tank*, Piping, Troughs, and can provide Capable Men for erecting Outfits if required. METTERS, LIMITED, Australia's Largest Manufacturers of Windmills and Stoves. 556-558 George Street, Sydttep. NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. Mrs. A. 15. Gibson, 75 I-Ioltecman-St North Sydney, N.S.W., writes:— 'My father aud I have taken Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. liet'ore taking ,the...

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

— ''BBH'T ICSS-TOS TOCTBTT III ill! l-.i-iK'i W.li' of i IIH ill 11 FOE TEN DAYS ONLY. GREAT SLAUGHTER IN PRICES. A!l Goods Must be Sold.' A BIG VARIETY OF GOODS TO BE CLEARED AT BARGAIN PRICES. A Beautiful Leather Suite, 8-ks Leather (Jouolies, from 17s 6cl ?^-Tester Bedsteads, from I5s. All lines equally low. AT BENNETTS, IIossell-street, Bathurst. Bottle after Bottle--—— ? \ 'psS of ' Bennington's Irish Moss' goes forth on its mission — that of curing Coughs and Colds. You can rely on I jmSeij flSffiSr5?5* twa each one doing its duty faithfully. Hn IT IS A IJE3L ruRE TOR Pr-]fl / If COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, / 10 CROUP, WHOOPING COUCH, | $ SORE THROAT, SORE LUNGS, / / LOSS OF VOICE, INFLUENZA, ' DIFFICULTY OF BREATHINC. «\nd all these kindred ailments of the throat and lungs. Do not be misled by worthless imitations. | . TAKE ONLY . BONNINGTON'S IRISH iflSS 8 ? GF 40 YEARS FAME. ? KSUBi a P ttSUhtJjiUi.'A-u g-. irvrmti i n rrm tr\ rrr* a --i . a ct, tt cs cszj ** i * Children 's...

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Church Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909

Church Services, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Holy Trinity — 7.30 a.m., 11 a.m., and] .7 p.m. . Peel.^— ^7.3»' a.m. 11 a.m., .7.30 p.m. Hpl'lybroolc— 3 p.m.

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