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WAGES BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

WAGES BOARD. ? \ Thetmcmbj;rs of the Bathurst lirauch of ,tli'«$ !Sbdp'i Assistant^ Federation met at Messrs. Beayis' Rooms^' last night. Mr| Falvey;f '?president,- ^occu pied the chair. * All\ the clauses ? of the Act were 'considei'ed,,/,witli;tha' ex- ception, of; the wajies portion of 'the BlU. .This was relegated to a sub- committee, ^ who will ,. report, to .'the general committee -next''1 weoli.'' Five -ncwi.-niembors . \ycre; cnyolled.- j !/ -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

Wo ought to train: our soldiers, As all young nations must, Because in time of danger In th.om wo -have to trust! , It not each' soldier's knapsack, A Marshal's baton (holds. It should liavo Woofts' Great. Pepper mint Otilre ' . In case of coughs nnd colds!i . *;j £ j

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

.the .weather. Strong winds again blew in Ba'th- urst yesterday, making the day not at all pleasunt.j. Rain, amounting to S5 polnuA? felf' In Sydney yesterday. All OjtUar stations irepbft'ed line and cloudy conditions. Forecast: , Unsettled and ?showery ori'i'the coast/ but improving and moderating^ '.line- for'uthe present in; ari'dj but a change there shortly for scattered? showers and sonic thunder,! proceeded by 'northerly J

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Local and General. CHERRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

Local and General, CHERRIES. Cherry gardens along the Welling ton road are a mass of bloom just at present. So far the frost has had no effect, and a record crop is expect ed.

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National Defence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

National Defence. ilr. Cook's Defence Bill has bee« favorably received, and more favorably 011 the other side of tbe globe than on this. One enterprising newspaper heads its articles: 'Every Australian a Soldier' — an aspect of the matter ?which is somewhat foreign to the ideas of Australians themselves, who may be supposed to be principally in terested. it will certainly be au ad vantage to have drill and physical training in the schools. Whether compulsion uuerwams is -jieuusaiuy, or unmissable, is not so clear. it is curious, to say, the least, that the only portlon of the Empire ' which happily, lias never 'smelt powder,' should be the li'rst to adopt so extreme a mea sure as compulsory military service. At the same time, it is generally con ceded that so vital a matter as defence needs to he placed 011 a sounder foot ing than it has yet occupied.

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SALE OF WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

SALE OF WORK. As announced, a sale of work will lie oponed' this afternoon, at 3 o'clock, by Mr. J. Allller, M.L.A., in the Wil liam-street Lecture Hall. A number of beautiful palms and pot plants will also he on sale. The salo will be continued in the evening. The ad mission Is Gd. . - *

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GRENFELL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

GRENFELL SHOW. The settling of the Grenfoli Show showed an increase for lOU'J of ineni ?v bers' exhibits, and gate receipts, and a ?'profit for the year of Jn-lX

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THE BUDGET. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

THE HUIKJET, London, Tuesday. It is generally believed, in Parlia mentary circles, that in the event o£ the rejoction of tlie Budget by tho Lords, the Government will move the adjournment of the House for a fc«' weeks, and then re-sunmmti Parliament in December to consider measures necessary to meet tlie financial stri-ss and pass resolutions strongly con demning the Lords' action. ' .Mr. Gateshead has declared that tho people must settle tlie question of tho Budget for themselves, and thoy «otiM have an early opportunity of doing ™- The House of Commons has agreed to Mr. Lloyd-George's resolution charg ing the Consolidated Fuud annually with a sum equal to half tho land va lues and mineral rights duties, wbicli sum would be divided between land, Ireland, aud Scotland in such manner, and paid into such separata accounts to the benefit of 8lic'1 'oca authorities as tho Government nu/ determine. Mr. Lloyd George explained that it would be inadvisable to deal with ihJ apportionment, as...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMMIGRATION. QUEENSLAND IMPORTING GERMANS. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

I ill ill I» It ATI OJ' QUEENSLAND IMPORTING v GERMANS. ? London, Tuesdaj. Tho 'Standard's' Berlin 001 ' „IoSl ent states that 139 German ? ^ comprising Ave hundred n'.tpeus starting In a fortnight ot land, where they will rece \ ^ iC. mont concessious, providing main at least a year. It is stated in Berlin ^rl ^ ^,' gration Agency receives . ?' ^ man, £3 for every woman, and for each child sent out.

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Correspondence. THE AURORA AUSTRALIS. (To the Editor "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

jl Correspondence. I, the AURORA australis. ? (TO tho Editor 'Tlie Times.') Igir__'\Vi!eE beggars die uo comets arc seen .'j I, Til0 Heavens themselves hlaze. forth j the deatli ofl Princes.' I giioulld Shakespteare's aKti'oJo£tcal ' lUgui'y which foretold the downfall of / Lifus Caesar apply to the present believers in Heavenly warnings, n]aj. bo inclined to predict Irom Sat urday night's magnificent display of the Southern Aurora, that some sud den calamity may snoruy, ueiam some 0f thoic holding tho i.ositl.ns by vrhiqh they exercise the Divine R girt oVer our Nations' liistoiics. Between jd p,m and lnMtoiglit, the grand piho iiomenon held full sway, throughout die circumpolar canopy. ?Xiio lean wlhite bear hath seen it. ju tlje long, long Arctic night' Aml although well known and no uncommon sight to many, the fine cpcctiele as witnessea here, from an cititudo of 3000 feet was observed 'foil ,iie ifst time by hundreds upon whose I birth fair science has smiled not, and | 10 whom...

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THE ALPENA. STILL RIDING AT ANCHOR. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

Tiu: ALPENA. STILL RIDING AT ANCHOR. Syduey, Tuesday. The abandoned steamer. Alpena still rides' at her anchors in Stockton Bight,' despite the tremendous seas beating on her. ' She is in the same position as when the crew left yesterday.

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CATHOLIC CONGRESS IDEAL EDUCATION. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

CATHOLIC COA'URUSS ? IDEAL EDUCATION. Sydney, Tuesday. The Catholic Congress was continu ed to-day the education question be ing discussed. ? Archbishop Kelly said that they should have a system where secular aud religious instruction went hand iu hand. Then there would be ideal education. j

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OUR RAILWAYS. APPOINTMENT OF MR. HARPER. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

OUJt HALLWAYS. APPOINTMENT OF MR. HARPER.. Sydney, Tuesday. The Exocutive Council to-day ap proved of the appointment, of Mr. Har per as railway Commissioner. No ap pointment has beeii made to fill the post , of .chief traffic manager, which will be ..-rendered vacant by ;the pro motion, of Mr. Harper;

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"A Mean, Contemptible Cur." ANONYMOUS LETTER IN "THE TIMES". [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

' A llflean, Contemptible Cur.' ANONYMOUS LETTER IN 'TllE TIMES.''. These and some otiier black . type lines, were the - heading of the 'star' article;, tho journalistic ''scoop' which appeared in yesterday's 'Advocate.'' By enquiries-', made';, amongst the members of.1 (he- s'ouiiriittee, we , learn that 'the remarks 'nia'de' at tii'e meet ing ,wero'wilful).y and'' deliberately distorted and ?exaggerated. ; One. meuiberVof 'the committee; said: 'Oh, \yell,.:\vhdt colli, you expect. ' You know , the -wr.lter.i o£rthe'!Yeport. -Ask him '. who.-, writes all ;the'' dirty - letters which appear in the 'Advocate.' W.e ntl know, if you don't.' . '. Ai i a matter' of' fact, the committee never ; cared' a rap- who wrote the let tsr so, .long as .it . was not one' df tliem elves. '. . ! 'I' -. The word ;'curV- is- rather a. 'curious one. /Applied- to; almoin',- it iiiean's'an' lilTbred, snapping,-',; yapping, ? 'useless person, ' narro-VTniinded, ? and ; ? of ? fer ety disposition. - A; man-...

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M. and L. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

M. and L. Association. The weekly meeting of the Musical and Literary Association was holflf as usual in Beavis Bros.' Rooms on Mon day night; Tho President, Mr. X W. Anderson occupied the chair and thtra was also a good attendance of mem bers. , A communication was read front Mr. John Miller. M.L.A.. stating !»? had interviewed tbe Railway Comitue sioners re railway concession amt thlcy bad yrantefd- the request to allow all competitors to travel on siuglo far* prices for till; doub'» ;otiruoy. It was resolved tba^ tho .pilzes for the vocal Items open to ladies ot un der twenty-one. years of ago bo in creased from 10s. to ? '£1. , , { It was, decided that a comic song in cliaracter be added to the pro gramme anu that tho goldi medal do nated by .Mr. T. Liiclchurst be given lis the first prize. The secretary announced that' photographs of the trophies In hantf had been taken and copies sent ta various centres. The matter of appointing a secre tary to assist Mr. ®. H. Evans will be d...

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THE SCARLET TROUBADOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

THE! SCARLET TROUBADOURSV This talented company appear to night in the. Sdhool of Arts. 'X Mel bourne journal says of them: 'Much comment lias, been inai!o . over , the super-excellent singing to be heart'! at the Scarlet Troubadours' perform ances^ and a. weljl-known city paper lias gone so far as to say that it would 'do credit to any opera nouse in tue worm, .wiieu n is iuiuivu ?that:' several of the male artists, are | recognised ? grand opera singers, aiiso | that the -caste includes two members of the famous Meisler Glee Singers, it won Ud be somewhat surprising de this . part of their work was not taarltable, and especially; donslderingj Uie fact that the organisation is Ui rectec- by Mr. Edward Branscombc, whose ? name is a household word for perfection in vocal deta.il. For the highest form of refined ilvumour there has been nothing heard in Australia! to compare with the Scarlet Trouba dours. The (basso alone— Mr. Ford Waltlmm — is the possessor of a ?voice of (quite extra...

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"MEAN, CONTEMPTIBLE CUR." CHEW JAW CAUGHT. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

'JlUiVA, CO.'.'TliMrTIULE CU«.' ? . CHEW JAW CAUGHT. . . ' Syduey, Tuesday. ' ?' . At the Police Court -to-day, a Chi nese named Chow Jaw was fined £50 for having opium in his possession. He sent 'thirty tins^in a tea chest to Brisbane. The Customs officers seized the opi um and informed 'the Sydney authori ties.

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NEWS BY TELEGRAPH GALES ON THE COAST. OCEAN LINERS STAND OFF. PASSENGERS HAVE A BAD TIME. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

1EW8 BY TELEGRAPH7 (from New Somli Wales Couiitry Press Association!. u.\ inii coast. OCEAN LINERS STAND OFF. PASSENGERS HAVE A BAD TIME. , Sydney, Tuesday.'. It was .still blowing a galo - along ilie. coast this morning. A grand- sight was 'witnessed «at the heads, w'hen the Royal Mall steamer Osterley arrived from Brisbane. ? She . was rolling hea vily with the big seas abeam.- The steamer was : off Newcastle about four o'c'ock, where there were terrific squans anu iiucic ram swept over ner, and it was ' utterly ' impossible to see any distance ahead. Down the coast, at- times, she was only . making five ilcnots,- and then was afterwards slowed down to . two kuots. 'Slic arrived off. the heads about ;5 o'clock' last night, ? but the comman der; deeming it advisable not to come iu in such terrible weather, '.stood -oil till this morning. - . ?- '? ' .' .' A nu'mliec of small steamers ? have been sheltering aloiig the coast. Sydney, Tuesday. The New Zealand, steamer Warrimoo arrived...

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The Country. OBERON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

The Country. OBERON. ' ,.i (From Our Correspondent). The first meeting of tho new ly-olcct-. d A. 11. aud P. Committee took place 011 Saturday afternoon. Sir. J..- C. Stevenson occupied' Itho; ; chair, aud here was a good attendance. Elec'tion of Officers. Mr. A. Stoveuson was again unani mously elcctod President. . . ? Mr. A, Morton and Mr. A. E. Burchcr wore e-elccted Vice-presidents,. Mr. James Doust was re-elected ho 11.- Treasurer, aud Mr. W. Minehan re-elected Secre tary. ?;?'.;? Each of tho officers elected thanked tlie committee for their continued con fidence, aud expressed the hope that the forthcoming show would bo even more successful than the last one had been. w. . The date for the next show was fix ed for Thursday and Friday, ioth and 11th March. The Treasurer annonuced tliat ' the show ball had boen a decided success, tho profc&ds amounting .to. £21. . Tho commit'tcp decided that a vote of thanks should be conveyed to the ladles and gentlomen who had so suc c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 29 September 1909

' It was cortainly a good messengo. I ?who brought tho news to your house ' that Ayor's Sarsaparilla makes tlio Wood 'rich and rod.'' This means 60 much to those who aro thin, pale, loeble, weak, and norvous. After Ayer's Sarsaparilla has cured you, carry the glad messago to a friend or neighbor. Perhaps you suftor from the efleots of a warm climate. Prolonged warm weather seriously impairs tho strongth of many people. The digestion is slow, and tho liver bocomes sluggish. Impurities in tho blood accumulate and cause that feeling of downhearted nossand depression. ; AVER'S Sarsaparilla is of tho greatest uso in such cases. Its purifying, strengthening, and up building properties will bo of inesti mable valuo to you. ' As now made , Ayer's Sarsa parilla contains no alcohol. There are many imitation Sarsaparillas. I Be sure you get 'AVER'S.' Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer It Co., Lowell, Mass., U.S.A. | NORTH SYDNEY, N.S.W. Mrs. A. E. Gibson, 75 Holterman-St North Sydnjey, N.S.W., writes:...

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