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INDUSTRIAL COURT. BREACHES OF THE AWARD. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

m industrial court. 1 breaches of the award. Sydney, Monday. I At the Industrial Court to-day, Rit chie Brothers, car and waggon build ers, of Auburn, were fined amounts totalling £21 and costs £10 10s, for breaches o£ the award ordering them to pay certain employees the rate of pay prescribed in the award.

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SALE OF SYDNEY HOTEL. A RECORD PRICE. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

I SALE OF SYDNEY HOTEL.' ' I A RECORD PRICE. Sydney, Monday. IU N, Mayman, a v/ell-known City hotel-keeper, has sold Ms business at the corner of King and and Pitt streets, tor £ 10,500, which constitutes ' fnr the city. Mayman has 1 relinquished business with the object of entering politics in the interests of Labor. Ho will be a candidate for Lab01. aud will be nominated lor King Division. ? ? ?

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Correspondence. THE COMPETITIONS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

Correspondence. , THE COMPETITIONS. ? ? (To the Editor.) Sir,— May I bo allowed to suggest that some of the special prizes uow being received by the committee of the Musical and Literary Competitions be devoted, to something which will encourage our house-wives. t rir. ltuow whiit to suggest; but do you not think some prizes could be offered t0 women for just plain, ordinary house duties? It is all very well to reward our gins antt our boys who play ilUd sing. Is there nothing for mother, who stays at home and patches and darns . aud-'sohemes to make two;fends meet, and who cannot even go to the competiions to hear iter boy or girl win. -I cannot suggest anything my self; but. if someoue could offer a prize for some mother who stays at homo aud is content to be 'only mo ther,' 1 would outer. I am, etc., ; HAUS FRAU.

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The Far-reaching "Times." WIRE FROM QUEENSLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

The Far-rpachlng ' Times.' WIRE FROM QUEENSLAND 'The Times' has received the foi. lowing wire marked 'Reply Paid'- To the Editor, Bathurst 'Times.' Is Information reliablo i-e. Bathurst wizard. If so, pleaso send his ad dress. E. M. HAMILTON. Tolga, ,Q tcensland.

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Our Girls. COMMENTS BY SIR JOHN MADDEN HOME TRUTHS BY "THE AGE." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

Our Girls COMMENTS BY SIR JOHN MADDEN' HOME TRUTHS BY ' 'THE AGE.' The Melbourne 'Ago' says ? 'Tho Chief .'Justice of Victoria, Sir John ?Madden grows insistent. Ou-r young girls are getting out ot hand. Im morality is rampant. We n«ed tho restoration of the curfew bell, tolling all girls umdor a certain ago in off the streets, out of the parks am! off the beaches '$00 n after sirtidown. Sir .Tohn Madden gives specific instances to justify his opinion, but not statis tics, and the question remains open. Are tlie girls of tills generation nnrsc than tho' giifls of previous gener ations? Would not an outburst like that of Sir John Maddefu's at tlie Australian Church laist Sunday have been as applicable ton, hvenfj- or thirty years ago, Tlie Chief Justice instances tho case of 'a girl of twelve and a half becoming a mother. This is no particular charge against tlio filmes land the manners; similar In stances have occurcd at all periods. X.et tt be demonstrated plainly tiiat Australia's...

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LORD KITCHENER. (To the Editor, "The Times.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

LORD KITCHENER. (To the'' Editor, 'The Times.'') .. Sir,— AVill you: allow mo to draw your, attention to the fact that Lord Kitchener, when he ' comes to Austra lia, must, of necessity, visit Lltligow to ? inspect ? what there is of a small Arms factory. -Well, if he comes as far as that, why shouldn't he come 011 to. Bathurst? It would ouly require a special train, aud when members of Parliament have special trains after a-late sitting in the House surely one should not be grudged to Lord Kit chener. This great general has done great deeds for the Empire. Is it fair to him that he should be deprived of th'e opportunity of seeing Bathurst? Just imagine the great Hero, as he passes to his long rest, murmmiug: 'One thing I cannot forgive myself for — I did not see Bathurst' I am, etc., ? TQM CRIXGLI3.

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W.R.F.U. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

W.R.F.U. I At last night's muetlug of tho W.R. F.U., a letter was received from Mr. | A. Maloney, hou. secretary of the City 'Football iClub, in connection with the statement required from his club, re membership of Joseph Rogers/ He informed' the Union '-that Rogers was, and had been, a financial member of the- Q.lty . Club since the beginning. 'of tlie' seospn, but did not participate In uny competition matches 'during. ..'the present season. ? '. V . The matter of appointing a manager of tho. Western team ..which is to .visit Cqo,ei;wuii. on Saturday next was, on the motion ,of .Mr. Hughes, left in the hands_ of tlie Secretary, of the Bathurst Union, Mr. Read. ' ' - : Mr. Wl J. Anderson gave. notice .that' lie,. was 'going to move at the next football 'meeting, 'That in future no resolution will bo dealt with unless at least one week's notice has been gi ven;' unless, in the opinion ot the chair man, it is a matter of urgency which should, bo dealt with, immediately.' Some motion...

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WHEAT RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

WHEAT RETURNS.,. . The preliminary results', of the -final compilation of the crop -returns :show that the yield of wheat during the 1908 9 season was 15,483,406 * bushels from. 1,394,056 acres, equal ? to 11. 1 oushels per acre. The yield, owing to more favourable weather conditions, exceeded that for the previous season .by over six million bushels, and ?, was, according to the Intelligence Department, above the average of the preceding -10 years. The returns for this season from all kinds of crops were, with few exceptions, above the ? average,, and altogether the area undpr cultivation increased by 144,000 , acres. . . ?

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BORES IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

BORES IN QUEENSLAND. . Steps are being taken in Queensland to put down a number of bores on lands to be opened to selection as grazing ?farms. For this purpose the assistance of a geologist, has been secured, and the! Lands. Department has asked a pro fessional water-finder ' to select sites. The' Government. had previously made provisioe for ; water on smaller areas thrown open .for selection as grazing faring, but had not applied the principle to the .larger areas.

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School of Arts [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

School of Arts The; monthly committee meeting of the aboye institution was held last niglit.' ' M,r. E. T. Webb occupied the chair.', |[The minutes were read and confirmed. ? . The. Secretary reported that -there were 5G4 subscribers on the roll, being a decrease of 10 for tho month. 2910 volumes were issued during the month, mostly fiction, and including 5S tra vels, 37 science, 4S history, 43 biogra phy, etc. ( The Librarj'. Comfmittee. reported that they had purchased IS books dur ing the month at a cost of £4 Is Gd. Tlie Financial Committee reported the debit- balance at the beginning of the mouth was £09/4/0,. and accounts paid £7S 12s 5d. The receipts were £114 7s Gd, and debit balance at the ena ot me montn, j;u5 iss ad. Ac counts were passed for payment am ounting to £10S 7s Gd. Two pounds were, voted to the snooker prize fund.. All Committees' reports were ad op tell. '?'? A letter , was read from the Hon. Se-j cretary of the School of Arts, Wei- j lington, asking Bathurst ...

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AUBURN, VIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

'' . ATJBURN, VIC. ' . William Lewis, 39 Victoria-road^ Auburn; Melbourne, Vic., writes:— 'Wo have found Dr. Slie'idons' New Disqov ory works wonders with our children. During the cold, winter months we would not consider it safe to bo with out :It.' ?- , Dr. Sholdou's Now Discovery for Coughs and Co MB is an unequalled preparation for the curb of all Chest Complaints and Lung Troubles. Price, ! Is Gd and 3s per bottle. For isuie everywhere. ' ? V - ?? ]

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GOOD LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 7 September 1909

' ; GOOD LAND. Between Grafton (on the Clarence) and Ca«inn (on the .Richmond) there are great areas of land which at one ime were regarded as of very little use. But it is found to be very good dairying country -when grassed and improved. Fruit does remarkably well. At Myrtle Creek mandarin oranges girthing 121'n we're; raised this vear.

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Ralph Derrick's Message CHAPTER II.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

Ralph Derrick's Message ,CHAPTE!R II — .(C011UMI ecl.Jj , 'Yes, I am. (lie has 5*;en a good Irieiul to me, and lie is a thorough ? good feillow. alll round. X Have -.taken: ....- moi-e from him than 1 ';liave ever tfl.' )ven ft'ohi 'an'y man — manly jaj good ?slating' ^ 'he' has given me.' ?What about?' : ' ? ?Oh, dirinlc and gambling and other . farins of «vil Ralph answered lightly. 'You oiiight'-. to thimc yom,-' ?sijl L' very fortunate, JUrs. Nuna, : ifl. ?). getting sucli a Misbajid.' Then lie f opened the door, anil iwith a nod and smile to Nina pa-ssed out into Lhe sunshine. ? ? Just outeido ihe porch a thin lit ' tie woman, poorly dressed, and withl f a pale face aud »unken -:- eyes that i gli'l'teireii feVienislily.- under, lier . ? piig liat, iwjas ,standi,ng( She , started .as. vRuJlph eamo out, and looked up at -'luui .eagcldy. Then she stood Sn f jii.s path, _ anil, placing her hand en ^iis arin)' 'ueiaineU him. He .looked jdovra ' at .'lier with -a goodrhumoulred ; imp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

DID YOU EVER STOP Mf TO THINK 1 — — rrt I Have you ever considered what trouble may arise from a neglected Cough or Cold ? Beware of the 'Hacking Cough,' the 'Slight Cold,' the frfni \ff 'Trivial Hoarseness''— these are Natures warnings II II Y tImt Something is amiss with your respiratory ' *' ^ system — you require a soothing and healing remedy BONNINGTON'S IRISH 10SS Is an old friend and a tried medicine for Colds. There is no preparation which will eradicate a troub'e spme Cough so quickly and effectively. Insist upon having the genuine article — you will get this if you | ; . | V1 say distinctly - ? . N I I WANT 'BONNINGTON'S ' I IM HQP 45 YFflR^ EVERY BOTTLE j j 45 YEARS. CONTAINS A CURE! _ 3 (II Purveyors hy Special ^Appointment to ® | THE EMPRESS ®F RUSS3A- | i Neavesfood i 9 has for more than 80 years be on the ij fj Infant diet of hundreds of thousands of strong B and healthy men and women, and is a perfectly ffl | safe food for the most delicate child. | j| It contains al...

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DR. COOK'S INTENTION. JUST HAPPENED ALONG. CRITICS STILL SCEPTICAL. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

DR. COOK'S INTENTION. . JUST HAPPENED _ALONG. . : CRITICS STILL SCEPTICAL. . . . .1 . London, Tuesday. Dr. Cook states^ that when lie left 011 his! Arctic expedition he. had no de finite idea of going to the Pole. However, finding' the Eskimos and idogs : ready, he saw no reason why he should: not proceed, especially as he »aw no 'trace of the Peary expedition, which left Etah last September. Dr. Cook is strongly criticised, for sending his diary to America presum ably by a vessel which was starting before : the I-Iansegede. 1 Critics emphasise the fact that one of the first inducements to- accompany the documents - was - the -rerjolning.: of his wife and the reception of his coun trymen's welcome. 'Why,' say many., critics, 'should' not Dr. Cook send his proofs to Ame rica. and come to Euiope himself, surely: his : wife -would be - the i, first person-' -be would desire t'o - see, and after that his countryme'n.' There is still a good deal of scep ticism as to Dr. Coolt's story.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

A\1~7n a il / s\ i ) 1/ ' \ AT ALL TIMES » The beverage for all times, all weathers, for men, for women. Wolfe's Schnapps It is healthfully beneficial. .... at once .... A DRINK i A TONIC! A MEDICSNE! BUY WHOLE -? . ...NORTH SYDNEY,' N.S.W. Mrs. A. E. Gibson, 75 Holterma*-St North Sydney, N.S.W., writes:— 'My iatlier and I have taken Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Before taking them ?vve were afraid to eat, but now we can eat weE, without any ill: effects after wards. Wo cannot praise tlrem too highly, aud we recommend them to anyone suffering with indigestion.' Dr. Sheldono's Digestive Tabules are ] an unequalled preparation for the cure Indigestion, and alii' Stomach Troubles. Price. 2s «d i-er tin. For sale every . where. 1 . ...iBtafe1'

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ESKIMOS CORROBORATION. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

' ESKIMOS CORROBORATION. London, Monday. ' ,:Mr. Louis C. . Bernacchi.- F.R.G.S., who acted as physicist to the Discovery Antarctic Expedition, -1901-4, suggests that ihe altitude of the-? sun-' and the temperature _of the : air mentioned by Dr. Cook are such that the image of the sun must be distorted by .refrac-, tion. -? ' ' Mr. - Bernacchi thinks, therefore, | that -it . is 'impossible that: J- Dr. i ' Cook 1 should, have been able to determine tlie position of the pole .with- the 'cer- tainty that he claims. , Herr Knud Rasmussen. tlie ?; Danish Polar - explorer, has.- interviewed. I at Cape York the Eskimos who accom panied Dr. -Cook. ' . Some of the latter's statements were corroborated by.' the . Eskimos. ; - ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

Blood poison (reuniting from small wounds is becomin :g more prevalent. Even so slight an 1 njnry as the scratch of a pin -will somi itimes cause bloodi poisoning. The sa fe way is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm as soon as the injury Iras been ri -celved. That lini ment prevents all (1 anger of blcod pols fining ;md causes tl le injury to heal in about one-third (lie time required by, the usual treatmeKl For sale by L', Edgley and Co , ,i4| Ja. _ |

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PEARY ACCEPTED. London, Later. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 8 September 1909

PEARY ACCEPTED. '' London, - Later.. The newspapers in both Europe and ) America accept Commander Peary's 1 cables as correct and', authentic. ? .1 : Since 'Peary's messages vthe . Press I is still: more sceptical with regard ; to I Dr. Cook's story.

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