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THE UNITED STATES. ESTIMATED POPULATION. 90,000,000. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
| ME UNITED STATES. fpU'l'iii) POPULATION. 90,000,000. Ik,, , . London, Monday. (juui 'u. states Census Bureau ; it. Vj 'n T910 l'ie population of ooo 1 States 'will be between Tho ° an^ 95,000,000 people. 38 of New York is i0'J 2| aQ 'Qcrease of 910,000 since
PARENTS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
PARENTS' ASSOCIATION. An exchange says that: Parents*, 'Associations : in : connection with the schools should be everywhere. , When established thiey should be condutoted with1 -'intelligent vigor.— Tho members of the Bathurst -Parents' and Citizens' Association1 : would,' do well if they were to -follow: the advice that is gi ven in the last sentence. 'Be con ducted- with intelligent vigor,' it says. We are afraid that our local associ ation is not '-being conducted with as much vigor and enthusiasm, as it might ho,
THE RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
. ' TIIE RIVER INA. - . - - A wire says that the Riverina had a narrow escape ..of colliding with a sailing vessel 'whilst going: fronr Syd ney, to Melbourne. This sailing ,';ves-: sel cut .under 'the bows of the River ilia.' She ' escaped; not the Riverina. If she had been, perhaps, a few se conds late, the-: Riverina would have cut her in two. The Riverina is one of the finest' boats trading along v'the Coast. If . the collision had occurred, the Riverina, ^wouldn't have been hurt much; but,' ;as they carry their own printing outfit, the uppei- and lower case type might have .been pied some what. !
THE CHILDREN. SCIENTIFIC, SENSIBLE SUGGESTIONS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
If THE CHILDREN. I§CIENTIFIC, sensible sugges I tions. London, Monday. | fle L raaes Union Congress at Ips* » closed its sittings on Saturday, ^solutions were passed declaring that e^ucat'on P°licy should || ma'n'iCnan=0 school H Scientific and physical education. I 3 Skilled mnrlinnl „11 I squiring it. |^»peu uir recovery schools. . oetoitdury and technical educa woii for every child, ild'! iat ?t'10 Imperial JEx ml.?,ler/ 'J0ar tlie cost by I of i ! 0 8l'mts and a restoration ! ,1 ' '''l'propnated educational on
THE POLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
' -!r ' THE POLES. . ' 'he Ameiucans, not content with having discovered tlie North ; Pole which Canada claims as her, own par-: ticularp-'Polel: want . now to annex '.die. South Pole. ' There is only one Great Person who ;lias not i.iaimed .the IJoles : yet— the . Kaiser. They are '.the 'only 1 tilings '.he* hasn/t^yet claimedvvby -Di- 1 vine Right;' What is tho matter?,. . Is-i he: afraid of; having his' fingers frost bitten? ' ? - - |
SCOTT'S SEARCH. WANTS THE SOUTH POLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
SCOTT'S SEARCH. ' El WANTS THE SOUTH POLE. Ijieuteuant Sliackleton gives the lefit ot his experience to - Captain Jicvt Mcon Scott, R.N., C.V.O., who Kiting out an expedition ' to try and ifcli the South Pole. ? Bipfain Scott's expedition 1 is ? e'sti ited to cost £'10,000, and he hopes 'start iu August, 1910. I He win take witu mm iviH.nunur.uiui ilies to carry food to the foot of the aciei\s. Their place will then . be ten by Eskimo dogs. An attempt U be made to use improved motor [dges, which have been satisfactorily iteil iu Norway. Captain Scott commanded the . Na inal Antarctic Expedition, 1900-4.
"THE DAUGHTER OF JAIRUS." [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
'TH1§ 'DAUGHTER OF JAIRUS.' On Wednesday evening the choir- ot Air.Saints'- Cathedral will render Sir John'' StaJner's oratorio, 'Tlie Daugh ter of Jairus.' . The music is of-, -a' particularly!! fine class, and will on tliis occasion be given in its entirety. The . solo. work is entrusted to leading ^ocalig'ts'. 4 As . act: the Ja&t oratorio performance in the . Cathedral, - a: -very large congregation may be expected..
NEW SOUTH WALES DIMENSIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
NEW SOUTH WALES DIMENSIONS The length of this State from Poft Danger on the north: to Capp Howe! on the south is 6S0 niilos. From eaait to west along tlie 29th. itolaill^ the (breadh is 760 miles, while diag-1 onally from tire south-west comer 1 where tho Murray passes into South 1 Australia- Co Point Danger the length1 reaches . 850 atileft- v . ,
PLUCKY RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
PLUCKY RESCUE. Some young children, out for a ho- 1 liday, at the junction ol the Fish and 1 Campbell . Rivers, , near . -:White Rock, had an exciting--experience : on Satur day last. They were out for enjoy ment, and there was plenty' of water about. 1 They made ;a : rate, -and the boys had a good time — for a while. After. a».wh«le, - a^boy, - who. was- von ? the float With young Laddie Veness (son of 1 the , . Town Clerk) attempted , to %jump to the shorg. He nnssed his .mark; lie1 -could': not swim, and was carried away byctlie fast: running -stream; Young Veness; could swim and plung ed in after his -companion 'and' brought lv.m sale,- to - land. ?:? -Veness deserves every credit for his plucky action, and the other boy ought to be spanlc eJ for : not- being; able to- swim:-
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
ITC1G.PIMPLES FOR 1JJCNTHS On GirlVJFaceand Back— Back was i Dreadful toSee— Itchingand Pain I ' Kept Sufferer from Work for ! Weeks at a Time— Amazed at Prompt Cure Effected by Just ONE SET OF CUTICURA SOAP AND OINTMENT 'Some time ago my back and face came out in a rush of pimples. They wore not so conspic uous on my face, but TiS-, my back was dread -iif ful to see. Tho itch v;us very rainful to bear. I was away 'ww i\ from work for weeks fjl ^v \\\ \'A u it a time, but I did V ;.\\\ im not consult a physi \ ' ' jII/ t \ cian. I was sick of trying different rcm edies; in fact, I did / J X. \\ \ not put much faith a alt \V\ in them although I did try them. At last, getting a cake of Cuticura Soap, I washed myself: vJith it. I was amazed to see the difference it made, and therefore I bought a. box of Cutieurii Ointment. That wns nil I needed; the cure was completo after having been :annoyed eleven mdnths. I shall be' glad la recommend Cuticura to my friends. Mt?s Jeanie Riach, Lndy ...
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
.The ' WEATI-IER. A. liea^.: shower of rain fell- in Ba thurst yesterday just about, one o'clock. The morning opened lip beau tifully; but the'.' white clouds became darker, .until we got quite a sliaiip thunderstornij ;D.urtttg.-.- the, ?:allter-, noon there, was: a clearing up, -but, at the time of going to press, there were appearances of rain. Up to 9 p.m. we had 14 points of ,rain;; ? : Other .sta tions reported ^cajm; fine, -and.'.-: clear weather. Forecast :^^ore or: less cloudy .unsottledi— and - :shQwery;»-;:thund'ery j dns places; 'cool S.W. winds and fine*' wea- ther .quickly - following: over the. Wcs-; tern districts. ^Yesterday's temiiera ture was: Maximum, ;6S .degrees; mi nimum 36. ' , ~ r'i '!
Our Danger from Germany. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
Our Danger from Germany. Every now awl 'again' the ; most dis quieting news comes . from Germany. They have the most perfectly organised lighting; machine in the world in their army. They are now aiming at supre macy at sea. . ' 'To ? what end? The Kaiser says, 'To' promote the peace of the world and to protect his ov'ersea dominions.'. This, of course, must be taken with a very :.large~ grain , of :s6 dtum chloride. In the ? first place, the peace of the world is assured so long as the .British Empire has ' the cam-; mancl 'of the seas. Can the , Germans point to one instance wheiv-wo have misused our power? In the: - second place, the German oversea1 possessions are a dead loss at the present moment, and are not worth spending any money ti protect. in the third place, the German Dreadnoughts icould not' get to any of her possessions. 'If,' as we pointed out before, 'these, ships have been constructed solely for '^the-. pro- tection of her commerce iu all parts of the globe, one is...
NO TIME FOR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
? ? — — ' I ?: no 'Time -for school. i Georg'e Smithy a rabbit tiiapBerVat.i Wimbledon, app^ai-ed . at ; the:' 1 Police Court . yesterday 011 a charge ( Ob. - ne- , glecting to send_his two children to fcchool. He w.ojs fined - us, with- : 12s costs ,and 5s With costs respectively or in-delault seven days imprisonment.