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PROFESSOR DAVID'S OPINION. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

PROFESSOR DAVID'S OPINION. Sydney, Friday. Interviewed to-day regarding the cable report of the discovery of the North Pole, Professor David, of the Sydney University, is of opinion that if the' Official message sent to Brus sels is correct, then there is no doubt that ? Dr. Cook's discovery may be looked upon as a certainty. ,

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THE NORTH POLE. AMERICAN ENTERPRISE. "HERALD" MAKES A POLAR SCOOP. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

THE NORTH POLE. AMERICAN ENTERPRISE.^ I 'I-IERALD' -MAKES A POLAR SCOOP. London. Friday. .?;;The Paris addition of the New York '?'l-Ierald' has commenced publishing details of the early stages of the jour ney ol' Dr. Cook to the Norh Pole. Dr.. Coolc left Annatok on February 19tn, with 11 men 1U3 dogs and 11 sledges, I and started to cross the Polar Sea on ' March ISth i'rom Heiberg Island, to which place some of the Eskimos with dogs and food returned. London, Friday. . Details of Dr. Cook's journey, pub lished in the Paris edition of tlie New ITorlt 'Herald,' as telegraphed this morning, stated that he suffered from ? frost bite; and felt the cold se verely- ?' especially* bordering on Elles- J mere- - Sound, where the temperature ' ?was 83 -degrees . below zero v. (centi grade). 'Several dogs were frozen, and the men suffered cruelly. ? j'They: soon -.came along . the game tracks, from Nanseu Sound, to Lands end, -and killed 101 .musk oxen, 7 bears, and 335 hares. ' 1 . Crossing...

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Portland Strike. MANAGER AND BOSSES TOILING. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

Portland Strike, MANAGER AND BOSSES. TOILING. ? Sydney, Friday. The strike of cement workers at Portland continues. , I The manager and shift bosses and ! gangers were employed to day load ing. Important developments are expect ed to-night. ? Senior-Constable Cole and Constable Bartlett left Bathurst yesterday by passenger train for Portland. .

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METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

: MiEJTHODIST CHURGIH ' . WUlliam St. — 11 a.m,- Rev.: B. J. v Meek. AVilliam. St. — 7 p.m., Rev. I-I. Wheon.. U'i!iliam St — 3 lim; 'Rev. i*. J. Meek. South'. Batihui'st— 11 .a.m, Riov. hH.. W-lieeu (Sacrament). . v y ~ ? : South Batlhurst ? 7 p.m., Rev, IB. J. Meek. i White lRociic— 11 a.m,- Mft iruiit. I White Rolck — 7 p.m,. Mr. (G; Wlialan. PerthviMte— 3 pj-m, Rev, H. Whcen. . DunkeUl — 3 p.m, Supp|ly. :, i AVattle Flat— 3 p:m. and 7 p.m. i Mission Band. ??? ? I

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Church Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PARISH OF KELSO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

Church Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER S. .- CHURCH OF ENGLAND. : : ' PARISH OF KELSO. - Holy Trinity — 7.30; 11 a.m.; 3 p.m.; .: (Childlren's . Servioel) ; 7 p.m. ? Peel ? 7.30 pj.m; 7 p.m. Dulramana ? .11 a.m. .? : , , ^ Egliiiton_^3 p.ml. , i . -

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BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

s BAPTUST ;ClIURCir. BaithmjW-..- --11 ?.- aun.' .yftnd 7 .ni( , Rev. W. T,ayjtor. ' ' Raglan— 3 p.m, Rev. -AV. Taylor. Eglinton— 7.30 - lij.m, , Supply.

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ST. STEPEHN'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

?ST: STEPHEN'S PI tESB YiTERBAN I CHURCII. I 11a.m., — Itov. A. Clark, r .? 7 ip.m,— Rev. A. Clark. Evan's Plains— 3 pj.m.. Rev. -A.i Clark.:

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CHARITY AMONG THIEVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

CHARITY AMONG T1IIEYES. llmielock Ellis, in his '(Soul of Spain,' has revealed intimately and cha-j-mingly the temperament ! of); the Spanish people. According to him, the Spaniard is' still fundamentally prim'-. IHvo Tn nrnnf nF liis nnucocainr. primal' instincss of hospitality and charity he quotes the following anec dote from an Aragoneso newspaper of a few years ago, at a time when there was much distress in Aragon. A laborer out of work came on the highroad determined to rob the' first person lie met. This was a man with a waggon. The laborer bade him halt, and demanded his money. 'Here are thirty pounds, all that I ? have,' the detained man replied. 'There is nothing loft for me. but robbery. My family are dying of hun ger,' the aggressor said apologetically and proceeded to put the money in his pocket, but as he did so his mind changed. . ''Take this, 'chica,' ' he ? said, hand ing back twenty-nine pounds. One is enough for me.' 'Would you like anything I h'avc in tlye cart?*...

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IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGI-IT. Edward Meeker, a farmer, of New Provuce, aid his ? son were asleep when a loud knocking woke them. A stranger stood at the door. i'What do you want around here at this time of night wakin' everybody up?' asked Meeker. 'I'm sorry to disturb you,' respon ded, the man, 'but 1 was driving from up the country to market with a nice fat hog, and as I was passing your house he jumped out of the waggon and ran towards your barn. I didn't know ?. . e-. what you might do if you saw mo ?jiunijaing out there, and, besides, I, can't catch the lidg'&iriiie. Can't you give me a hand?' ' ? 1 ... Farmer Meekes called his . son, and the three caught the hog, after chas ing it for half an hour. It weighed 300 pounds, and was hoisted into the waggon after a struggle. . The stran ger thanked 'the Mcekers and drove off. .'??? . 'I'll bet that hog is almost as big as our'n,' said the son to liis father as they went' upstairs to bed. In the morning, young Meeker ran int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

No One Knows. THE WEIGHT OF ANOTHER'S BURDEN. MANY A ONE BROUGHT TO LIGHT. You know i£ you have a burden to bear. . . ?.???. .???- ?????? You know when you. aro taxed to bear it. . 1 You know how much troublo it givos ? you. ? ? j- ' :? i But dp you know how to shake it off? The baclt bears more burdens than a)l the human organisms. And it objects to it, sometimes em phatically. It aches, it pains, is weak and lame, j It is your fault if you don't come to the rescue. Perhaps you don't know how. We could teir you, but you might doubt US. „ .. We will let this man do so. Mr. Eli Brooks, farmer, Neville, near Blayney, says: '1 suffered with a. lame back for ten years, llie agony wa» terrible and I could not stoop to lace my boots. I was treated by doctors and used remedies, but nothing did me any good until I got Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. Two boxes of these wonderful pills stopped the ache and strengthened my back — in fact, perfect ly cured me. I take an occasional dose now becaus...

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MAIZE SILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

MAIZE SILAGE. Indian corn or maize is the great milage crop in America and Canada, aiid steers are fattened and dairy cows mantained through the winter on maize oc. tlio nrincinal bulky food. American stockowners would be badly off without their corn silage, which seems to take the place occupied by root crops In i his country, and the opi nion on the other side of the Atlantic, as might be interpreted from the pra ?vailing practice^ scenes to be that no class of soil produce is more suitable for the ensilage process - than maize. .The British estimate of the crop for the making of silage is based largely on American experiences, and the .pre servation of surplus supplies in the silo seems a suitable method of stor ing the material for future use. There may be {important differences, how ever, between the American and Eng lish systems iu the making of maize si lage. in tne rormer case uiu iuuuui is generally better developed, and it does not necessarily follow that equal ly satisfac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

For ? Children's i-Kea»s. M!oiher8,.Flossine.. for tho Hair has the advantage of not only boina; perfeotlv, liann le*s, but prevents dandruil, and renders the sealp liealtliy and the hair soft like hi lb. It eil'uotuiilly, uosl roys nits and other parasites, theroby keopinj! ilea from tiieso posts, the heads of children who are noing to school. Stocked; by. all chomists and storekoopors, Sydney asrent-: = Brotlnvood, i Choinist, : 82 Kiiig-ftreot,* , , ., ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

STUD NOTICES. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT KELSO, AMBERITE By Carbine from Duenna. Terms.. 1 0 Guineas per Mare, | Apply JOHN LKE, Kelso. ' ? ? : ? - - ^ TO STAND THE SEASON AT BATHURST AND HOCKLEY. GILGAI 1 KICK-CIASS TROTIIHG STALLION. i SI1U0, liUON JUNR. Dam, Maud. Huon * Juur., by 1.1 nou (iuip.), Lucilla (imp), 3 Maud, liy Vnucleve (imp), Grand dam by St. Louie. Tlio'' speed lines o£ Huon Junr., em braces : Almont Juur., Almont, Atlan tic, Almont, Pilot, Algona, Alma, Billy Adams, Star Almont, and otliers. Iiuou Junr. sired tlie following great performers : — Lady Julian (2.19%), O. W. (2.19), Stratlibar (2.22), Rock Huon (2.26), Dexter (2.2S), Lady Huon (2.27). Wdiile Vaneleve, imp., has the honor ] of siring Fritz, the champion trotter of Austra' a. Vaneleve was imported ? by the la Robert Wilkin, of New Zealand, ancleve being a standard bred horse. Vaneleve 2 4 a 8 , sire Harold, 413, son of I-Iambletonian, 10 ; dam, ; Vassar, by Belmont, 64 ; Harold, 413, is tlie sire of Maud S...

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VERDICT MADE TO FIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

VERDICT MADE TO FIT. Joseph M. : Patterson; Chicago's mil lionaire novelist, was discussing ? a judge whom he believed to be corrupt. , 'The -way he conducted -that trial, ' said Mr. Patterson, bitterly, 'reminded me of the trial of Red-face- Leary, the Tombstone horse-thief. 'There was tremendous excitement in Tombstone when Red-face^ ^ was cap tured. A dozen men- were- hustled into the- poker-room of the Lone Dog, and commanded to consider, themselves a jury, and to pass a verdict on the no torious thief. 'The men went into ? the accusations pretty -thoroughly. There was no evi dence -against; Red-face in this case. He was a villain, but in strict justice they must : pronounce him : innocent at this time. 'After banging a long time on tho poker?rom door — the, town was full of U1-, JUI^IllBIl were let out. They found themselves in the bar amid a crowd of citizens. ' 'What's yer verdict, gents?' ' Judge Townsend asks. ' 'Not guilty,' said the foreman. — 'Anr oiimous growling sound ...

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NOTHING SERIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

JfOTlIia'G SEKIOCS. Beaming witli joy, little iMr. Tomp kins sat ; upon the - edge' ;of; his high- ? backed -.choir. His spectacles iwere ?? rim with' happiness, and, he';listened: in rapt attention to ; the remarks:- ofa his Pros pective mother-in-law. ? » '1 must tell you frankly; Mr;: Tomp kins,' said, the,;lady,r;'that. ;my con sent to your. marrying :my;. daughter has been wrung: from me -only , under pro test. I, knew that if I did not agree she. would, disgrace the family by an elopement. ? When she wants anything, we^, 'always have to give it to her or take the consequences; and long expe rience has .taught me that I might ; as well .try to fan off a cyclone -as reason with .lier when she loses her; temper — especially it. there is a fla'tiron handy or a rolling-pin. Has the marriage-day been fixed: yet?' , . , - Butf1 Mr. Tomkins's spectacles wero no. longer misty. 'I have, madam;' he . remarked, ner- ? vously,. 'to see, a man about as dog. .It you will excuse ,ine,. ITI I-...

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A GENT OF NO IMPORTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

A GENT OF. NO IMPORTANCE. 'Hallo, James! How are you? You seem to have a nice office here. How are you getting on?' - - 'Splendidly, tharks! I'm the vice nresidfiiit. of this mining concern.' - t 'And the man over there at /that huge roll-top is one of the officers of the company?' 'Yes; he's ?clie secretary. And those other two men | at those fine desks are his assistant. We pay them big sal aries.' . } 'And is the man over there behind that railing another official?' ViYes; ? thatj's the treasurer. He's auuuiui: U15 luuii. 11*5 i/atf aixua a uubu sum — got: to do it.' 'And who is that little, wizenedfac ed old man over tnere at ,tnat snociung old desk?' ' 'That's ' old Bangs . He — ahem! — he just owns the mine, you know!' When Mr: Gladstone unfolded his first Budget, in 1S53, ho had to reckon if wo remember rightly, for about £57,000,000 as the total of national expenditure. A hundred million Bud get was the nightmare against which Mr. Cobden and Mr. Bright never ceas ed to warn ...

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AND HE GOT MARKS FOR IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

AND HE GOT MARKS FOR IT. 'Do you know, mamma,' said Young Hopeful, 'there were only three boys in /School to-day who could answer one juestion that tie teacher asked us.' 'And I hope my boy was one of the three?' said the proud mother, who knew quite well, if he hadn't been, ' Young Hopeful would never have men tioned the incident. 'You bet I was!' answered Young Hopeful. 'And Sam Slinger and Har ry Stone were the other two.' 'I am glad you proved yourself so good a scholar, sonnie; it makes your mother proud of you. And what was the question the teacher asked?' ' ''Who broke that gla,3s in the back window?' '

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The Case for Liberaiism. No. XIII. SCABS, BLACKLEGS, AND MEN OF A CRIMINAL CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

The Case for Liberaiism. (By W. E. Johnson, M.P.) No. XIII. SCABS, BLACKLEGS, AND MEN OF A' CRIA1INAL CLASS. One of the most remarkable features in connection with our State and Fed eral elections is the undoubted fact that the very people who above all others might reasonably be expected to hold I fapt with the utmost tenacity, to the I p.rincipes of Liberty, and equality o£ . opportunity for': all, are largely respon sible for election to the legislature of a 'party whose platform, policy, objective, and methods are year by year increas ingly a negation of those fundamental principles. . It is the boast of the Parliamentary Labor-Socialist Party that it's numbers are supported by thousands of people outsido the ranks of organised Labor and they loudly /reclaim the fact which is indisputable, that but for the sup port- of the non-unionist majority, most of ...them could not secure* election. -.Yet once electetl some of their number do not hesitate to repudiate their non unionist su...

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THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND.| A long time ago' Britain was so full ot trees tliar. - there was very - little room for houses, and still less for. corn fields^ and there were no gardensr- The build manv houses- together and make is'- of sticks put -together like baskets; aiid plastered over, with mud, to keep out the wind and': tlie. rain, , The, peq l-le; who were called Britons, - used '-.o build a good many together t-nd. mak j ?a fence around 1 them; to , lte-jp the bear»„. wolves and foxes which, li\-ed in ' the woods, from comiMg 'in tho ulsiit to steal their sheep, or perhaps, to kill their children, while they were, asleep. These fences; were: made of gr?at-.i»:U;3 of wood, and trunks ot trees, la'.d one upon another, till they were as nigh ^ a' wall,; for at that time, the Brians did not know how to build wail'- of stone, brick or mortar. Several ho is-:s with a tence round them fornv-d -- town, and the Britons had their towns eithev in the middle of the woods, wliere they could ...

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TIDES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909

TIDICf. 'Nature i has ;decreed , that: an .oouiefa, more or leais , attract one -anoLlier, . thus bxomplifying the ; law - of .grav.tatiqn,; 'Much;'- attraction 'is.' oxercised ,on .- ' the i earth, which the; solid portion resists, but to which the L,! quid part yields. , . ; Tides: are .due chiefly to the attrac tion of the moon. , But the torco of the attraction of - any body - is the re sult of; two things'. (1): Mass; (2) Dis tance. Thus the strength of an at traction is ;found . according ; to ; (1) , the direct - attraction of the mass of the body, ;iand: (2) ; inversely according to the; squaress 'of; the -distances -separate, ing them. T*- :-innnni« nvpnnRfprnii R I to -1 state - that !;the -moon , is-' the; ! chief -ause of b'des. Why should a prac t en 11 - insignificant body Mke th^ moon, in companson with the sun, be so important , a: factor iin:' Nature's mechanism? The use of figures will 'serve the purpose of . showing uk that , Iti is , so,, and will dispel 'all .ou...

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