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MASTER AND MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909
MASTER AND MAN. ? !A! worthy icaaon who had been greaitly displeased by an act of diso bedience peaiietrated by one! of his gardeners sought an interview with tlie offender, in order to reprimand him. - Knowing that if ale to avoid tlijis interview until 111- master's .'wtiiath. (had abated, lie' Iwould co(me off with; onlly a few 'mild wordis of censure, tho man kept out o£ liia way. A ifew. dajys afterwards, however, wh' n' ,ffip storm: was quite' over, mas ter and man. Kjam!d face toi tfat« in one of tlie hot-hou'ses, and tlhp tauon asked:1 ! . rV , 'Now, I'll put it to you as a man, sir — would you, if you could help, it, stand in front of a canon to be blown up?' ,
HE NEVER THOUGHT OF THAT [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909
1-IE NEVER THOUGHT OF THAT Tho twssofl bud struck upon a sunk en rock, and was vapidly settling down in the water. Some of the (pas sengers were flashing themselves to spars, hencoops, etc., |tihe why and wherefore of which it ^sorely puzzled Pat to understand. 'Sliure, now,' ho said, p(ilo.=cittly, td ono of tho passengers, 'and -what mig[b6 j'e bo aftlier doin', tying that ngl7 piece of wood on yer back? Begorra. ?y.e'lll nevii'i' be able to cfairy it ashore. 'WJhiy, my dear fellow, don't you know that I am lashing myself to tUiis spar so tihat it may cany m'e ashore i£ tlie sliiip should go dohvn?' 'Cany you ashore!' said. Pat. 'Be dad, Oi nevoi' thought o* that.' And ho went away and lashed Jiim eelf to the anchor! _ . t
Federal Parliament. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909
Federal Parliament. E Melbourne. Friday. Iin the Senate the .committee con sidered the Seamens' Compeusatio* Bill all day. lu t,b)0 lions a of Representatives He estimates occupied the attention of the members th.e whole day. Ou tho motion far iudliouirnment I Mr. Deakin (Prime Minister) stated ' that arrangements had been made j for chartering a steamer at South Africa at an estimate cost of £0000, tor throe months to searchi for the ?Waratah. The Commonwealth, the owners, tho under- writers, and friends :oi those on board, ppying a lourth [of the cost eacb. It -was hoped the Lvessei .would be started immediately.
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909
THE WEATHER, B| Fine weather was yesterday experi H&uceil iu Bathurst. Stations report Hpng raiu were: Dubbo 53 points, Con ?|oholln so, Sydney 30, Wellington 16, BP' End 15, Nyngan 10, Orange 9, i 7, Forbes 4. Hay and Booligal Foiecast: Cloudy to showery on oastal and central areas, and on the nthern tablelands; fine linSand; ome fogs at night; southerly .winds, hong ou parts of coast. The inaxi uuin lemperaluro for yesterday was 50 wees; minimum 4a.
THE ROAD RACE. THE BARNETT GLASS PROPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 4 September 1909
THE ROAD RACE. The barnett glass proposi tion. - -There is every promise of a large number of cyclists taking part in the road race from Bathurst, to Sydney to- &nbsp; day. Up to 11 o'clock last night 61 &nbsp; bicycles had been sealed/ and it is known that several more riders- are on the road. Others, again, : ivil? 1 come on by mail train' to-night: The first men will move off from the chalk; line in front of the Royal Hotel at 7.5 a.m., and, exactly at S o'clock, the great Tom Larcombe will start out to &nbsp; catch the men who started 55. minutes before him. Mr. Arnold lligby, who has , taken the greatest interest in the event, has personally superintended every Item in connection with the sitart, besides .hav ing attended to all matters along tho route. ? ?' Mr. Rigby thinks there will be an other twenty riders ready by the time the pistol goe3. - It seems father a tough: proposition, that men can , arrive in Bathurst by-: the mail at night, ? and start ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909
PERSONS Trespassing on any pari, of Bradwanlino, will be prose cuted. R. G. EDGELL. RPINGTONW (lilnok and Huff). WYAN DOl'TES, LKOIKJKNS (White). IOpgp, 7r fid petting. Young stock cheap. HBATtl, 22' Willium-street. *fl /TEETING Hairdrcflsors nnd Tobacconists -lt.L Foothill,' Club r.t I'lios. McDonnell's U001113 TO-NIGHT, at 8.30. Busincesa im portant. JAS. E. LOitLMEIl, Hon. Sec. j\/| ANLiY, in private home, to let l''ur 1YJ. liisheJ balcony Bedrooms (2) ; every cointort, board optional : no other boarders. Apply A. It., Uox 271, G.P.O., Sydney. FOR SALE, Strong Double-seated Bugcy (ivitli shafts and nolo). Only £5. tSLADE, 40 William-street. DD FELLOWS' HALL.— Quadrill^ £ o'clock TO-NIGHT, L. Paton, Piano. PROGRESS A SOOIATION. — Adjourned Meeting TL -NIGHT, at 8.30 o'clock. Important business. A. fl. NEWSHA&I, Secretary. ' Municipality of liathurst. EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. 'TVTOTICE is hereby given that SAT jLN URDAY, 25tli SEPTEMBER, 1909, being the . day appointed by th...
MUSICAL AND LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909
MUSICAL AND LITERARY. ASSOCIA TION. More bsautiful trophies have been ob tained bv Mr. Adam Innes, o£ Tatter sall'a Hotel for our Musical and Liter ary , Association. That gentleman wrote to Bottle, Allsop, and Co., who are agents for Cato's whisky, on behalf of the Bathurst Musical and Literary Association with the result that ho has received from tho firm a valuable cup, which is to-be competed for in the ?competitons. Mr. Innes also communi 'cated with the Wolfe's Schnapps Co., and that firm has promised to send along three gold medals. Another gold medal has also been received from Mr. [John Connell, of Sydney, through Mr. Pegg, of Eclglcy's and Co.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909
RECigPTrOK IN DENMARK. PRESIDENT TAFT'S MESSAGE. JLondon,- Saturday, Dr. Frederick A. Cook received a Iremetafljbus; |Otvjation at ICfopenJiagen (Denmark) on fills arrival. President Taft of America cabled: 'Your report youl 'reached the North Polo calls for my heartiest congratu lations and stirs the pride of all Americans.' The Waratah. ' UNDERWRITERS' AND COMMON WEALTH. London, Saturday Afternoon. A meeting of the London Under writers wjas held 1/hls afternoon 10 dijscuss tlito question of ico-operajting w:i/th the .'Conimonw'eaHHi !G-overnment in ' search of the Waratah. The general opinion' was that llio Waratalh should bo soarclied for out side the familiar trades. Though tihe scheme' is likely to bo warmly supported, tlie feeling amongst the underwriters lis extremely pessi mistic. ItJ is still possible Ito effect re'in su'ranecs at 90 guineas per pent. The question of the hour (says a Sydney correspondent) has recenlly | been, ' Where is the Waratah ?' A number of nautical m...
The Portland Strike. SETTLEMENT AGREED ON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909
The Portland Strike. SETTLEMENT AGREED ON. The tiouble at the cement works, Portland, has been settled on the fol - lowing basis : — The men will resume work on the guarantee the the claims will be sub mitted to the ;ages Board; the award for quarrymen and limeburners shall be retrospective from the date of resump tion ; the company to pay the full amount in dispute to a trust account to be ; opened by the United Labore Union the difference, if any, Hotween the claim and the award, when niud., to be refunded to the company ; work 'n every other department to be as before the cessation. Work will be resumed immediately, and the dispatch of cement undertaken by the men employed in the silo.
Cadet Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909
Cadet Meeting. - ' r'A' meeting' of- 'the 'committee of tho. Junior/ Cadet rille movement, .was held in the Tojvn Ila'l on Friday night. .There' were iiresent: Mess2's. , W.. Rich; . rdsonv (in the; chair), W. E. James, G. Webb, j Johnson; R. Hall, A. Cutler,. C. GillhamJ.i.G. 'Hardwick (secretary) and Brother Finton O'Neill. , ' . The . conditions for the competition for the'i cup. which is -to-be provided; by the committee to encourage rifle shoot ing by junior cadets in Bathurst ;Were read and adopted. ' They were as fol lows: — 'The range is to be at. 200yds. Seven, shots, two sighting shots, , the last or both to count at; the .'option- of the lirer. . Each, .team ?w-ill- contain eight bona fide members of the - Junior Cadet . : Corps ? attending school , and of junior cadets ; under ,'tlic age''.of-'lC years,. not:(attending, School., The _ competition to ^ consist of- four quarterly shootsjptheirfirst,': of - 'such: shootsvto^' be held on November— -6th, 1909. ; A; tbird-clas...
THE NORTH POLE. DR. COOK REACHES DENMARK SECRET OF HIS SUCCESS. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909
THE NORTH POLE. DR. COOK REACHES DENMARK SECRET OF HIS SUCCESS. London, Sunday. I Dr. Gbok, the Arctic hero, reached Denmark on Friday night. To some press representatives who interviewed him. he told a story of the hazardous enterprise from, which he had just returned. I-Ie said that upon leaving Greenland, he struck out west and then made southward. On tlie return journey from the Pole he fol lowed a more westerly route. During the last fortnight before he reached the Pole, he made daily observations as to it, arid also for the first ten days of the homeward journey. He didn't take any measurements to as certain the depth of the sea as lie was not provided with the instrument that would be necessary for the purpose. Dr. Cook ascribed liis success to the fact that he had used the old means Eskimos and dogs, and had lived the same as the Eskimos.
THE WINNER'S GOOD LUCK. LARCOMBE'S BAD FORTUNE. MUTTON BADLY INJURED. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909
' ..THE ''WINNER'S GOOD LUCK. , LARGOMBE'S ©AID FORTUNE?-, MUTTON BADLY INJURED. Sydney, SunOay. . i' The 'winner of the, Bathurst to Syd I'Udy Toad-rado (H. Lundie) 'reported , I l ltaving :a good r-de being vefry -lucky. | in^inissing piVncturds ,an,d falls, lie 1 actually round a taelc sticking in lite tyre, whife his- tube was sticking cut ! oi'-a- cut Mn- tliol cover, at the finisn. 1 Ho1 said h'e folt very confiilent of win niiig' and -had met witln baid- Suck vat, the' . '/previous races otherwise uo thought, lie would have scored before. H'o made arrangements for a supply, of food , on tjlifl -way but didn't neol.i mu'clr as lio' foiuid it didn't agree i with him .while i*id(ing iiaii-d. - Amongjst . 'Ulie ;? uaufoiltnnate ridei'K was Tom 'Larcombe, whoso free-wheel clutch -failed liim, and A. Aplin who broke a crank and actually finished sixth on a fresh-,. madtoino. As the terms of the race culled for th-i same . blicyclca throufc'iiout, Aplin- was dis qualified. . ? ?- ?;...
ENTHUSIASM IN AMERICA. JEWS CLAIM DR. COOK. London, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 6 September 1909
ENTHUSIASM IN AMERICA. JEWS CLAIM DR. COOK. London, Saturday. There is great- enthusiasm in the United States respecting Dr. Cook's expedition, and the planting of the U.S. flag at the North Pole. Mr. G. W. Wickersham, the U.S. At torney-General, declares the Constitu tion will follow the flag. Dr. Hugh Robert Mill, the Director of the British Rainfall Association, commenting on Dr. Cook's report of the temperature being S3 below zero centigrade, on the heights bordering on Ellesmere Sound, states that this is lower by 20 degrees Fahrenheit than anything experienced on the Earth's surface before. Th'e 'Daily Telegrapl^ dejpreca'ten any hasty condemnation of Dr. Cook's marrative. The 'Jewish World' says Dr. Cook is a member of a well-known Jewish family at Frankfort, and that his real name it Koch. .Great preparations are being made at Copenhagen to welcome Dr. Cook. There ^vill be a reception by the King of Denmark, and banquets gi ven by the Minister of Commerce rand the Town Counc...