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RAILWAY MILEAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
RAILWAY MILEAGE. J The cost per mile of railways*; open ' for traffic in New South ? Wal es ? is '£13,156; in the Unitedr Kingdom^ '£55,799; lUi^itea Stktos, ££13)735, ?? Qanada. £13,001;. VictoriaL '£^I2,2UQ;' ?France, '£28,196; Germ any, , £20,-| 079; Cape Colony, .'£9,809; New, ' Zeal and, ,'£9849. i'V j( 1
YANKEES WANT BOTH. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
B YANKEES WANT BOTl-I. I London, Monday. ITlie Americans are intensely excit 3 over the discovery of the North 0le (which Canada claims as her roperty), and the newspapers are locating an immediate search, for ip Antarctic Pole. I Money is ' expected to be readily ailable, and the Americans are keen being the discoverers of the two The .popular topic of conversation',' id the National sentiment is to have c Stars and Stripes flying at both
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH Commerce. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DELEGATES. WELCOMED IN SYDNEY. Sydney, Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
NEWS BY TELEGRAPH (From Now South Wales Country Press Association!. Commerce. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DELE GATES.* WELCOMED IN SYDNEY. ' Sydney, Monday. : v^ne delegates to the Imperial Con gress .of .the -Chamber of Commerce wei-e officially welcomed by tho State Goyernment; and the Sydney 'Chamber ol Commerce; at the Royal Exchange this afternoon. ? Promier JWadei, 'in,- 'welcoiiiXiMj nm guests: on behalf of the State, sai'a he hoped the work achieved by the Congress would serve to bind tlie peo ple of the Commonwealth more close ly to -the old country. I-Ie was sure that the interchange, of ideas would bo productive ol a great deal of g00,i bot'li-for England and Australia. Jir, Winchcombe, ; President: of the Sydney Chamber of. Commerce, also welcom ed: 'the ' guests. /. - - :? -Sir,' .- Allbert': ; Spicel* (responded!, and thanked' the Australians for the warmth of ^hospitality:, which had been extend ed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
BONNIjlGTOfl'S | ' ! IRISH H055 j : ; (A Blessing in every Home). f j 45 Years Success, the Universal j j Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Bron- i ; chitis, Asttxma., 'Whooping Cough, ? | Croup, etc. jj | THE GOOD IT DOES IS PERMANENT. | j Large and ^Small Bottles^^ ? ? ? ^ ' F Start liatey riglat. j ! Mothers Know that a sound and vigorous body acquired by j bnby during the iirst year insures strong & healthy childhood r jN ease's feed I has for more than 1? 80 'years been the ; n infant diet of hundreds of thousands of strong i | and healthy men and women, and is a perfectly § safe food for the most delicate child. 0 !lt contains all the essentials for flesh and bone-forming 1 man exceptional degree, assists teething, rclicvcs'infantite 1 constipation, and when used with milk as directed, forms i A , COMPLETE DIET FOR INFANTS. j Ncove's Food was awarded Gold Medals, London, England, iCDO and 1906. J o Sold in 1 lb. Tins, specially packcd for Australasia, g |j by all Chemists, Gro...
A WALKING WONDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
A WALKING WONDER. A gentleman described as Ca(ptain 1 Seaton, is walking round the world. He is in Bathurst just now. Round the world per boot means 45,000 miles. Captain ° Seaton reckons to cover, that 1 distance in six years.- Other people] liave tried, and ? failed.- Captain Sea- : ton says he is going to succeeds It seems to be a huge waste of energy to walk such a long' distance, but then, 1 of course, that isn't any of our fun eral; Also, Captain Seaton is a very huge man, and' can aiford to expend) a huge amount -of energy 'if he foels in clined to do lit. There is something said about £7000 being held out as a. bait at .the : end ,of the 45,000 miles, but that' is'too- fair away for us to bo- 1 ther : aUout.-' :: Captain Seaton propos- ] e's to explain his walking proclivities at the Town Hall to-night. There will be .110 charge, but no one will he debarred from contributing.
Wednesday Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
Wednesday Football. A. meeting , of the delegates of the WediSesday.' ? ! Hajlf-holiday Footbaljli Club's Association was held at. James' E. Lorlmer's ? rooms last night, when Mr.. J. C. Berry occupied the : chair. There were present- two delegates from each of the four clubs. It was,- de cided that the ' two heading: .teams in the competition viz.. Bakers and Hair dressers and : Tobacconists, with nine points each, play their final match in the competition on ^the Sports Ground to-morrow. The. names of the me» bers of both ;teains were submitted to the meeting for approval. The Ba kers' team will be phosen from the following: McKee, Wardrop, Pitten drigh, Royalr Gartrell (2), Campbell, O'rien, Barrett, Blomiield, Boardman; Smith, Fogarty, Watson, Atkins, Cook, and, Davis, while the team to repre sent the Hairdressers and Tobacconists will consist cif those : selected from the following:' D.1 Dawson; S. Slocombe, A. O'Connor, W.i Johnson, M. Burke, D. Kearney, L.. Fray ley, I-I. Bri...
LIBERAL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 14 September 1909
UBEltAL LEAGUE. Lord Rosebery resigned the presi dency of the Liberal Xieague - before de livering his speech at Glasgow. - Tlie British Prime Minister, Mr. As quith-, the Secretary . for- Foreign , Afr fairs, and the Secretary of State for War, are aanongst the ViccrPrcsidents of the Liberal League.' ' ; Londont, Later. Mr. Lloyd-George has been: inter-: viewed and described the Earl'.- ?- of Rosebery's^ speech as a soft-nosed tor pedo.'' ' ' 3 - ; Lieut.-Colonei Beely,- Liberal member, for Abercrombyl who' spoke at'Liver pool, was criticised, and it was point ed out that , his speech,. at Liverpool did not include ' the fa!ct that if the I House of Lords -used their power, to 1 destroy ' the -Budget, the 'people would j use -their /power to destroy the Peers.;: As an attack 011 the Buxlget the speech was : hopelessly futile, harmless, and vain, and the greatest help the Budl get had ever 'received'.. . . 1 Business men . in Newcastle-on-Tyne have invited Lord Rosebery to address '...