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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH THE UNIVERSAL HOLIDAY. NOT ONE OF HUMANITARIANISM. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (From New South Wales Couutrj Press Assooiatiotil. till: universal holiday. NOT ONE OF HUMANITARIANISM. ; Sydney, - Friday. Tlie Royal .Commission 'appointed to inquire into _the'' - question ; of the desirability of introducing legislation to provide for. 'a compulsory - Saturday halfrholiday, in , the ..district of Sydney and.' Newcastle, has!-,madesva' report. ' --I The report .condemned. ;.the (proposal. The. Commissipnehp.iMr. : Justice Street, in his report, says it requires very little consideration to see that the question is not one of, humaui tariaiiism. . . r.,.-. ?
MINING TROUBLE. SENSATIONAL DISCLOSURES EXPECTED. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909
/ , 'aiTO TKOUBLE' ,l SENSATIONAL- DISCLOSURES ?';???': expected: , ? Sydney, Friday. It was stated at the Stock Exchange to-day th'at two Sydney business men liad issued a writ against .'several of the Directors of a well-known mining company in th'is Statei, and also against a well-known member of the Stock Exchange. ' ? , The Company Is only a new flota tion, but the shares have been heavily dealt in. ? '. AVhen the, matter comes before the Court, it is expected that' sensational disclosures will 'JJ& made. ? ? The parties in th'e case are very re ticent. ? , : ' . . ' , '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909
TO 'sTAND Ti ll SEASON AT ' ATHr.OiVF.,' ( - (l.t iliS PLAINS And Travel tho Surrounding District, . . 'i'lio Clydt'Bddlp btullion, , . . . ? ISLAND BOY Rising 5 years old. SI1VE, Topsmun ; g. sirn, Youna_ Iron i Duke. Topsmun out of Noll ; Xeli j Byron (imp.). . . ^ DAM ot Island Boy, Fan, by Sir George I ^raj . g. dam, Champion inare. single Mare. ? . £2 5s. Reduction mado for two or more mares. TSLA.ND. bOiT is a beautiful' rich 'bay, qoodrtompored. and a great worker, a'nd ,i» iirst class fo:ilnettor ? Anyone wisl.mg to. nee any of liis year lings, can-do so ..by visiting. Mr. Mi Patter- | son's, bandy Creek; Perthville. ' They are a credit to hiln, ; ? C -cod 'and. secure paddocks. Every, care taken, but m 'responsibility.' All inures to-bo removod by January tst, 1910 _ , For, particulars apply to -:V ? ,T. SODEN, »?*?? ?*» Athlono, Georgo's Plains. TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT LAG O ON, And Travel the District to a limited number oi mares, Tha Clydesdale Stallion, PKINCEJML . PRI...
The North Pole. PEARY EXASPERATED RETIRING INTO SECLUSION. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 25 September 1909
The North Pole. - - pEar* exasperated. I , r. i Mf 1 INTO : SECLUSION. . UBTIIUN0 T^ndon, Friday. . 1, .. pna v v is ? so exasperated Command oi , -elco'jno which has ? ' « i'SS 'V,. CO... ta Ameri 'Su. i« seclusion It my I'M Wl « of IflaRlO J.SUIUU. ^'SU ti I*1 scie i°Lis^s ' have examined all my Sf^CooK's ^?a^fSinllNewadYo1% Jjellent Pcairy'a abusive frcas ComTnande icaoy, li.i.itated Imc3SilS,enra and Commander Peary » tli c l»;bllf; sides lor refusing to blamed on ^n-Liiion.' Bartlett, to ac lillow the , last 100 jiile comply u^f0 th0 p0ife, because Bait ^Mvas^n Englishman
HARRIER CHAMPIONSHIP. Sydney. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909
I-TARRIER CHAMPIONSHIP. 1 1 ; Svdney. SunCay. ?The race for the 10 miles, Harrier Championship of New South IWaiies toolt .? place y esterdny. The individual placings were : W\xid, 1; Roy, ^2; Fazackorley, 3; T'lffe, 4. Tlie Cm if placings were: Botany 1-IarrierS,, 51, 1; Redfern Harrioi-s, (;!1, 2;' South Syd'ney, 85, 3. The winner*, covered the kdis tanca 02 minutes p23 sees. ^ ,v
BOWING. PEARCE V. DAY. A SPLENDID WIN BY HALF A LENGTH. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909
? ' ROWING., f .. -PEARCE.-'V.' DAY., A SPLENDID WIN BY HALF a. LENGTH: \ - '- ' Sydney,' Sunday. The race for the sculilihg champion ship of Australia was rowed in half a galo from South East and! the water was very lumpy. Wlien ' within 50 yards of the finish, . Pearco's gate broke . and ,his , scull cams ;OUt of the swivel' and ho was almost over. : Day pressed , hard ? and with a -, last effi-irt almost drew- level; Pearce with , great skill replaced the scull in ?; its swivel aritl after, losing a stroke; or so sot his boat 'moving again and struggled lomo by a bare half a length- Had the ehampion's soull not come out ho would have won by two lengths., The gate receipts amount to £300. Day lowed a magnificent rpce and goiMl judges say Ms pluck: and stamina are excellent. If the weather had been fine lie would have beaten Pearce. 'fliey agreed that Pearce beat a good man who has the makings of a cham pion in him. -v
BOXING. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909
BOXING. i' Sydney, Sunday. » . The contests - of tilie seventh annual 'Austa-al: an. boxing;, championships were commence*? - at . Rushcutter'S ;Bay, - o*' . Saturday afternoon. . ? Mr. I-I. Boclcatt acted as referee The rounds were tliree of two -minutes and one of three minutes. The results are aa follows:—. ? ? . ?R.intnm-ireiirht Division. . W. IT. Wenard (N.Z.), S:2, beat W. Rdbertson (Vic.), 8.2, ion points. Fesitherwoight Division. ? J. Hegai-ty (N;Z.), 8.10%','- beat R; H. .Weeks (Tas.), S.10%, ion points. . ? Lightweight Division-. : . ???: F. O'SuIlivan (N.S.W.), 9.11, - beat J. H. Finnerty '(N.Z.), 9.10, the latter 'giving up. ? '?:- ? ; : ? ? Lacey knocked out. Sutherland (Victoria) in one round. ) ? Welter-weight Division. F. House (Tas.), 10.GM-, beat G. Watchorae (N.Z.), ? 10.7, on points. Currie (Victoria) beat -McPhee (New South Wales). ' 1 Middle-weiglits. Gunning (N.S.W.). beat Russell (Q.).. - Midwooil (Tasmnaia) knocked out Fullerlove (VicLorla) In, one round. \...
Signs of Political Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909
Signs of Political Times. It will readily be admitted that ev ents which have occurred recently in connection with political . affairs, in Bathurst, carry with them results of considerable significance, and tend to show the trend of . political affairs — locally, at all events. ' Only a. few .weeks ago a vacancy occurred in the TtntlllllMt Alnniolnnl '? 'Vlnitri/-l I. ? thiiAii o-l. the untimely death of the late Aider man Craig — an event which was uni versally regretted. When the elec tion for his successor in the South .Ward was announced the Labor Party nominated a candidate and confidence was expressed that the seat— which that party .had claimed lor itself— ^ould be retained. In order to make its claim doubly sure, the Party no minated Mr. Hurford to oppose .Mr, James Apps. It was naturally thought that Mr Huri'ord was a strong man in the cause of Labor because, in aUtlicion to his association with the League, he had -been 'one .of the, mo'st' prominent members of the S-Hour c...
SPORTING THE TURF. HAWKESBURY RACES. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909
SPORTING. THE TURF. HAWKESBURY RACES. '? ?' Sydney, Suudayv Following are ? tlie , results of tho Hawkesbur3r ''iiices ??ih'a'd at Clarendon 'on 'Saturday : afternoon;— : Flying handicap ' of 75 sovs. Six jfuiilongs':^ -Nuwarii ' E iya; :,;7.4, 1; bll ; ver , Hampton, - 7.9, 2; , Baiiley; '.Brew,' 0'.12,y;3. ? 'Betting: 3 to? l.jNuwara -Eli- ,ya..' Won by a neck. Time, 1.15. ' Blrn.-nWlo* STiln o -7ir sovs. ' Achillean, 9.5,; l- 'Wallensis, 8, ?2; Hela, 9.5,^ k , Betting: i 5 to ' 4, Achil lean/' Won by two lengtihs. Time, j 41%. ' ' ? Parle Stakes, .a ? handicap--? of - 75 - sovs; Six ' furlongs Hard Nail, 7 5, 1; Wyral'la, . G.9, 2; Lady Cievo, G.7, '3. Eetting:''5 to i' Hartt Nail. AVoniby throe lengths.' Time, l.lCVt, Spring Hasndicap, of 100, sovs. 1% ?males and 100- yards.'' ' Olivasier,- 7:s; 1; Giist, 6.10, 2; Monobel; 7, 3. Bet ting: 20 to 1 Olivaster. Won by three lengths. Time, 2.14. ; Iligfaweight Handicap: Osiifis, 1;[ DuUe of Clai'encs, 2; Am at S.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909
? . Mr. W. C. Wockner, Toowoomba, Queensland, Writes: 'Chamberlain''S Cough Remedy is an excellent Remedy. I liave been suffering from a cold for the last two months and it has effected a cure.' It is a pleasure for me to recommend it to anyone with a bad co*d.' : This is the opinion of one it the oldest and most respectid residents in Toowoomba, and lias been voluntarily given in good faitih that others might try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and be benefited as he was. For sale by 1* Edgley and Co.
Shop Assistants' Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 27 September 1909
Shop Assistants' Federation. A , meeting ,j0f the Bathurst : branch of;the Shop Assistants' ; Federation ol Australia . was held in .Beavis' ? Rooms on Friday night. Mr. P. Falvey occu pied the chair. About two dozen other gentlemen were present : ? Correspondence. : From Mr. X. Lewis, tendurintr his/ vp-: signation as secretary of the -union on account of , his ill-health. '' The resigna tion was received with regret . From the Lithgow branch -of . the union, stating that at ? their meeting they . had decided to affiliate withN the Bathurst and Orange r, branches -in se curing the . wages board dealing with' the three - .districts.,: , Received/ and to stand over till the next meeting: ' , Mr. s. Vinton was elected Secretary; to fi.il the vacancy caused\by the re'-'1 signation ol!. Mr. Lewis. ..j ;^Ir\A- Pearce, a member of the old Half-holiday Association which existed in Bathurst many years ago, stated hel was at the winding up: meeting of that1 association, a few, nights ago, wh...