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FORBES DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
FORBES DISTRICT. ' A meeting of Forbes Pastures. Protec tion Board was held last: week. The inspector's reports, showed-, that, in the parts of the district inspected last monlili rabbits were - '-particularly scarce — some holdings were reported jjree. '.Lite directors 'remarked that the reports were the most satisfactory yet read. Since the reduction of the bonus to Is, very few fox; scalps;, were being presented to the receivers^ catch ers, preferring to sell; the complete skins to dealers, a better price being thus obtained. September 29tth is the date of next regular monthly visit to Bathurst on Gibb and Beeman, Ltd., the weu known Opticians of G Hunter-street, Sydney. Consulting rooms: Park Ho tel. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.- All sufferers from any eye trouble, failing sight or headaclies, should consult us. One of the principals personally visits Bathurst (Chaa Gibb, late principal of Charles Gibb ami Co., and J. W. Beeman (late Manager and Sight Specialist for II. A. Barraclou...
The British Budget. POLITICAL ELECRICITY. Loudon, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
Tlie British Budget, POLITICAL ELECRIClTy. I ' Loudon, Tuesday. Sir. Herbert L. Samuel, Parliamen tary Under-Secretary for Home Af fairs, and member of the Cleveland | division of v the North Riding of York shire, speaking at -Dundee, .said the' !p critical- atmosphere was charged with electricity. The two. sides— the rich, and tlie poor— were tho objects of the political move at the present time. ^On both .aides- the: best of the argument was. 'being put forward,, and none knew what, would- happen. '? .Mr. Samuel dealt; with- Lord Rose bery's speech .at : Glasgow, and evoked cheers as he said: 'The Nation will never allow an Assembly of. Great - Landlords (the. House of Lords), to decide, on their own motion, for or against . the land taxes proposed.'
APPLICATION' REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
APPLICATION- iREJCUiSED. At Monday night's meeting :of the: Musical, and- Literary Society; a Jettor.-;| was redeived from Mr'. R. : Grant of | Canblelogo, asking for entry in iiho! I tenor-hom solo contest at the t'ortji- j 'coming icompetitionsi. Ifc -was. fcliown* that .'his entry eouldi not 1)6 allowed! as tho applicant was a, ' cornet play- I c-r In the Canbolego 'bamd and thCr rule is that the competitor is snchil an item n*ust use: ; tiro; same instru- I ment as played - by him in tho band.
THE UNSPEAKABLE TURK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
?The unspeakable turk. ' I A cable in to-day's issue of tliel 'Times,? says tb,at- 50 of the murder- 1 tors havte been condemned to death. 1 Fifty! What about the others. Eigh teen thousand Christians were rnas-i sacred aud fifty murderers condemned to death! When Turks massacre Christians they 'see red,' and nothing is too horrible. Women are disem bowelled, children's brains are scat tered against a wall, men and women and children are dismembered, tor tured, and battered out of all recog nitioii„ and— 50 Turks are condemned to death! , Hie half yentury are not executed yet. They may never be. On the contrary, they may be pro moted.; There are Turks in this country under the common designa tions,' 'Syrians^ and Dagos.' People who want a White Australia should mako a point not to forget that lS.nno Christians wore massacred!, and filly Turks condemned to crcatli.
PLANING THE AIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
PLANING The AIR. France has a good 'innings at aero planing, and now England is making a move. ; A big aeroplane demonstra tion will be '.held | near London at an early date, and a large number of en tries is- expected The ehances are that something will bo done at this demonstration which will eclipse ev erything else. The English people may bo slow, but— they are sure.
The Australian Cricketers. MATCH AGAINST SOUTH OF ENGLAND. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
The Australian CricKeters. matgh against south of ENGLAND. London, Tuesday. When play commenced lo-day tlie wicket was soft. The attendance moderate. : . Trumper, Laver, Carkeek, Hartigan; and Cotter were omitted from the Aus tralian team. . Young (for . tlie English team) won toss and elected to bat. - .? bonfch of hngland— i'lrat Iouingi'. i ltelf, b O'Connor .. .. .. 7 Uouglue, lib.w., b Armstrong . , ? : ! '2 Vine, not out .. ;. 8 tiundrio .. 4 2 for .. .. ..16
THE BUDGET. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
' THE BUDGET. (To the Editor.) Sir, — Tlile countiiy is learning once moiie tiliiat Mir. Lloyd George knows how to lot cranks liavo their little way and yet to retain main ]V,rin ciptfes. Even the blindest andl most Iiideboulnd of Consei'valives ai'o be ginning to moan about the numerous budget coneassions. Of course thero ?will bo (concessions, and when they have all been lnado thJs Lords can throw out the Budget Bilill if they pleasie as a preliminary to being thrlown out tliemselvcs.l iTho b.ud^etj will! paiss. Tha credit wall he the Chancellor !of 'ifie Kxchequer's a|hjcl the .advantages will be the country's. The budget will wdn the njext general eloCtioa if or (Liberalism. The ,'peo-pjjd aro beginning to realise that in fu ture tlie rich are to pay for excessive armaments. I am etc., LIBERAL.
BATHURST SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
BATHURST iSCHOOL OF ARTS.I ffihle following nejwi [books havio -heen recently, added to the lending library:— ''Rio Invincible Amelia,' by AI uanesi. 'The .Green Curve,' iby 'Ole Lukoie.' ' : 'Brlda of the Mistletoe,' by J. iJane AJllen. i 'Elizabeth! visits Ameiii,da,' by E. Glyn. - -, 'Cherub Divine,' S. Ford. 'Tho Inner Shrine,' Anonymous. 'House of Intrigue,' by O. White. 'But Still a Man,' -by M. L. Knapp.
THE SOUTH MAGNETIC. WHAT PROFESSOR DAVID SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
Hp THE SOUTH MAGNETIC. Sg WHAT PROFESSOR DAVID SAYS. E|| Professor David, o£ , t^io late - Ant II arctic expedition, said in an inter ? View.— 'Th'e South Magnetic Pole is ? not an absolutely, fixed spot, bjut may ! be defined as a circular'' area about thirty miles in diameter, within which the absolute Magnetic Pole is differently situ/ated from (into to time during different days and at different hours of the day. Tho Pole moves round with a sort of waltzing move ment. iwe inade om-, determinations with negard to tho South Magnetic Pole by means of the Lloyd-Creak Dip Circle— a very lino instrument. It contains a number of maguetic ncedlies, arranged so that they can be tilted into vertical! position by a vertical force acting upon them. The nearer we got to the 'P,ole, the more vertical the needles goti. .Wo made our determination partly by that and partly by tho ordinary compass. The needle of the ordinary compass re fuses to work -when yoju are near the Polo.'
THE SOUTH POLE. SCOTT STEERS SOUTHWARD. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
? THE SOUTH POLE. I SCOTT STEERS SOUTHWARD. : London, Tuesday. I Captain - Scott, R.N., expects to re turn to England alter liis expedition to the South Polo in 1912. Captain Scott has secured some ex nerienced men for the trip, including Lieutenant E. Evans, who has already been navigating officer on two relief expeditions. Lieutenant Evans, will be second in command to Captain Scott., Many members ,i of the scientific staff and crew o£ the 1900-4 venture will accompany Captain Scott. „??.. Large sums have already been pro mised to push the expedition through. Captain Sfcott says certain, oversea dominions, particularly Australia and New Zealand, will, furnish good sums towards the. expedition. In basing his claim to colonial con tributions, Captain Scott says the ov ersea dominions -.-will .be. well repre sented on the 'staff entrusted to secure the South Pole for Britishers. He ; states that he hopes to enter ; the ice | at the end o£ December.
LAWN TENNIS. WINNER MUST FACE AUSTRALIA. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
' LAWN TENNIS. I WINNER MUST FACE AUSTRALIA. ? London!, Tuesday. ? ~ Iu the first round of the prel 111 n H ary, competition for the Davis Cup, B at Philadelphia; Larned' (America), ? beat Dixon (England), by 6 to 3, ? to 2, 6 to 0. I Clothir (America), beat Fai'K '-IJU0 ? laud) by G, to 4, 6 to 3, 8 to 6. S The winners of this match ^ fl called upon to play Australia 'a 9 challenge round at Sydney, toff ? tho end of the year. I
SHARE MARKET. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 15 September 1909
SHARE MARKET. H r ' Sydney, m , Broken Hill Junction N° ? ^ H Gold . I-Iill, con., (terms 6 vc K . Queen Bee, 5/6. B| Gold Hill, paid, 7/. K Brolt'en Hilf South, con., ? 0 H| Broken Hill Junction, 7/. K| Mount David, 1/2. Kf Broken Hill SoUtli Exlo«aed, « , J; O.K. Copper, 2/7. 'j Loyd Coppor, 2 /5. j j . Bp