Bathurst National Advocate in Bathurst, New-South-Wales
23 Apr 1923

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23 Apr 1923

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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Bathurst, New South Wales ? o news and notes workers support tile stores and shops the Patro Aiso the paper thai flt to year econ Ialo Battles. A lace the ooh tour journal and Yon will to Whitely see who Ore with you and who Ara pm. H1le two $d3 Toth to in eject Tho new lob ngh Bab Natty oae of or boo hot and in the Only hotel in too West Ern District whore Yon can to Imp piled with any Ono of a to Foty of 600 hot drinks and Cook Tael. Victor raid prop. Tel. 74 in. Saturday there were Hopes of a Good jail of rain. By Wever Only a few Points fell in and around Bathurst and Tho rain Clouds a disappeared Jat night much to a. General Bathurst owned Mare Colis and feed another to her Long list of via at the roae cry Park Pony meeting ? on saturday. Tha Mara won Well starting at 3 to.1, though some of the Early bettors secured 6 and 7 to 1 about Tho Mare chances. Cd do has been Ono of the Best friends of the punters generally and a on More than one occasion Given the bookmakers a severe Knock. Jockey h. Griffiths had bad Luck at. races on saturday. He Rod two seconds Black Burr the Western performer in the town plate and Alroso in the 6 furlongs sprint on each. Occasion Only narrow margins separated first and second horses. Miss Homo. Won a double at the robbery. Pony meeting on saturday. Tho Peel and Bathurst Cricket match has reached an interesting stage. Unless Peel secures a four Point win annal with George s Plains will necessary. It 1b indeed bad Luck for Peel that Only Evon men could mustered on saturday when Tho result Means so much to them. Bathurst footballers bad their first practice matches on saturday. Everything Points to a most successful season. The Hickson Mission will open in Bathurst during Tho first week in May. It is expected that Over 600 afflicted people trom All parts of the West will visit Tho Mission All local no commo Dation has been availed of. Long since. ? everything Points 10 a most successful s pm ital Mission though thers Are still a great number who Ara. Most sceptical regarding the Hefu ing Power of or. Hickson. Coins. Has been allotted 8.7 in Tho plying Handicap at Kensington Pony races. On wednesday. Waverley put up a great record on saturday winning the new South Wabb Cricket. Premiership for the third time in succession. Macartney made a magnificent Effort to Avert defeat for Gordon but in vain. Waverley won 31 runs on the ? Herbt innings. Hats off to Bathurst Tennis players Thoy easily Defeated Tho Cream of tha Orange p Ayers. On saturday in the final of the Dalton cup. There in much jubilation in Bat Hurst Tennis circles As a result the town plate at Ragga Jubilee meeting on saturday resulted a Al. Orne 9.6 Townsend 1 Black Burr ?7.12 Griffiths 2 Mary Bonds Black Man 3. Seven started. Betting 5 to 4 on Kjorno 6 Black Burr 5 Ber Flor. Won. By a neck. Time .1.40j. John Ellin aged 45, whose Home is in Fowler s Avenue Guildford fell. From a train near Granville station on. Saturday night he dropped Between the train and Tho platform. Several carriages passed Over him and Sev ered his legs and right Arm. The Auburn ambulance took him. To Parramatta District Hospital whore he died later. Despite the Oudal announcement Tho . Executive of or. Dunn s appointment a Leader of Tho parliamentary party. And its instructions that a caucus meeting called no Dinovo has yet been made through the. Ordinary channels to Call that meet ing it is Bol Ievoli that when it is Cal Lod or. Dunn will find him Solt in a minority. Or Henry Willis formerly speak r of the new South Wales Asse Bliwas thrown from a buggy near Roma. His hell was injured and to Hod to admitted to the Hospital where he is progressing favourably. A frightful tragedy is reported to have occurred at Quan Lala near Grer fell a youth aged 18 being Burnt to death. Tho store Ana residence belonging to or. A. Of Olsen caught fro and was destroyed. When Tho fire was at its height or. Olson s son aged 18 rushed Back into the place and was not seen Alivo again. It is supposed that to was immediately overcome the fumes and was Burnt. His Mother is at present in Sydney. Two trains fortunately empty collided at Hurat Vullo railway station on saturday afternoon. 1 a local train shunting in the Sta Tion Yard collided with an incoming empty train. ? no one was Hurt but three carriages Wero smashed and Tho four railway track were blocked Tho derailed carriages and debris. Although Herb Tho Nippon wus knocked out in Tho 13th round at Tho Sydney stadium on saturday night Jack Johnson 11.4 of now Cable he certainly led on pouts up to the finish of Tho contest. Johnson caused a Suu Button. He is one of the Zamost Fellows that Ever stepped into the ring at Rush Cutter a. To is rather Crudo in his ring work but to is a determined forceful Bat Tler who can punch hard. To won because to had Tho will not to boat on Down Thompson who punched with great Force and gave the new Castlo 18-year-old War Flo a hard til us sub. Were it not for his Possession of highly developed fighting instinct Johnson must have heart and been beaten but to is made of Tho stuff for Tho ring. He con quoted where Many would have failed. To fought up the Hill und reach the toll Tho Winner. That a Man committed suicide throwing himself into a pot of hot slag at the steel works was the belief expressed a witness at the new Castle Coroner s inquiry into the death of Quinto Tauro an italian who arrived in Australia a few months ago Tho depth from Tho Rel Long into Tho slag pot was 12 to 16 feet. Tho Coroner said Thero was a Strong presumption that Tho deceased was overcome with illness and that hib mind was deranged. He bad Oither deliberately or accidentally fal Len into the pot an open verdict was returned. At 1�?0 Parker police court Edward s. Nicholls was lined 120 on each or two charges of Selling adult rated milk. I chills had several previous Cotrit Tobusto his discredit. C. A. To. Torton the latest addition to the list of local milk to floors fits knew �18 and i respect Ivory on two charges of selling1 adulterated milk and for a Sam liar offence h. If. Ward in s fined pm. ? pro Tad and published John Whitehead Percival 304 Rush Elf Street for the Bathurst National advocate.1 new paper printing and publishing company at their Chambers Tuo Abl try it Bat trantjmkffle8 Tot Woodville and Ventrola books beaten at Moore flu Early a osterday Tho weather was Tho reverse of favourable for Tho Huboi nejd meeting it was raining sharply about half past eleven with Evory Prospect of cent nuance fortunately Thero was a change about noon and the afternoon was line though not exactly pleasant the Jad Dock Wab scarcely As Well patronised us usual Dux. Beom Longly Tho lever did. Not. Suffer. Woli backed. Horses were to the Foro in every race but As speculation was on the Light bide the books scarcely suffered As Novoro . A3 they Poutu with similar results on a Lino Day. At Tho same time they lost. Toldea was in galloping humor in the Myrdle race and taking charge trom master port leaving the or alight Tho last time round eventually won easily from spook. The latter was for nearly a mile and then after moving up into second place half a mile from Home did not Nelsh nearly As Well As Toldea. At the same time the latter gave his backers a scare when lip blundered at the last jump. Intro pus was a bad third and while Quarry fell at an Early stage. Koyal express was pulled up. This was Toldea s second hurdle win and he was rid Den w. Baker who recently re turned from India where to had a fair share of Success on Tho hat As Wen As Over the jumps. Ii to does t win this Holl Novor in i Ismur j11cl-, we a i in. Kraut Woin s comment Relativo to Wood Vine s Chance la the flying Handicap. His idea As to that gelding s prospects worked out correctly As Woodville wa3 leading from Linita and Uell Queen at Tho half mile and Nevor after looked like doing headed. Dell Queen Linita and Myam Loy were nearest him at the turn but the last mentioned two dropped out in Tho run Home the minor places going to Delhi Queen and Doris steel. Linita overshoot and perfume were nearest the place getters. The Pony Boon rap fairly though without Evor quite being a possible place got Ter. It was certainly time Woodville did something of account for his own or As Tala last win prior to yesterday was when to unexpectedly downed Honey Bee in the Hawkesbury guineas about Nineteen months ago. Note a five year old sister of Purser and sea risk was supposed to a certainty for Tho first division of tue Maiden welter but commencing indifferently had no Chance after eventually finishing fourth. Alea and baby Blu wore racing together in front from the first Furlong Butu the latter Drew out at the turn and won easily irom land Fox Anil Alea baby Blu in a Light framed Illy Al econ Ner from lady in Lilue Gratton from lady Cerise and is raced and trained w. A. Hoss. Rangoon was backed in a fashion that suggested that he could not lose the second division of the Maiden Handicap he duly won but not in quite the ea3y fashion anticipated the backers. Arthur And Shah led from the three furlongs to the. Str Alint Entrance trom Callant and lady am Ber. Rangoon was about fifth into the straight but finishing strongly beat Arthur b., and Shah. Rangoon Ufeo now races As a gelding is Bragoon from cur even Stepniak and la trained j. Solely for or. F. Canan a member of the ring. As a yearling i. ? Rangoon Cost books and Only for hid waywardness. At Tho Barrier would have been out or the Maiden division prior to yesterday. Rangoon was re ported to have Dona a really Good gal do at Rosehill and any Backer who rot a Ettfer than of to a my Vert Ninfo to third division proved the Best of Good things for the Eudorus bag for. , who Cost or. I. T. No Jan. 1600ge As. A yearling. When the held settled Down Sho was leading from polus and Yahweh was nearest them entering Trio straight Lado Ruus was easing up halt a Furlong Rora Home and Yot recorded Tho same Ticino As Kan Good in the previous division Yahweh was third up to within Thalf a. Furlong of Home but Thon a Opp a tight out that position going to eur Spalt a Alstor gelding raced miss Bell lady Dorus. Who. Looked very Well. Cut. Up badly while Mistree ? in finishing fourth shaped promo Longly Montrola won the Moore Leld Handi Cap irom Start to la Nib. He quickly established a useful Lead and at Trio Homo turn was Alvo lengths Clear of miss plod i and Sand Wyno. Or Hui wont into second Placo in the or Alint but could not make any impression on yen Troin and dispelled Tho idea to at such along striding customer would not to suited going slightly on Tho soft Side. Sail on n third place run roped table and in Knish the fourth Wurr Luab did better than Woula have Ueen expected trom his apis Warance. To did not look nearly As won As Iolj some previous occasions. Vappu won Tho juvenile Handicap in Good style though he was Lucky in getting a Clear run entering Tho straight. Shortly before tar nine Tor Homo to was racing behind Cobalt truss acre und Watuna and 1t seemed doubtful whether he would stand much Chance of getting through. How Ever to did and had Tuc race won at Tuo Longcr second Placo Cong to Luo outsider Tress acre. In running third Wool Owin did Well und Rhia big weight. Lin Laso though fourth Povur threatened danger and probably As a result of tiring swerved right out after turning into Tho straight. The runners included. Be Beform a Hall Sis Tor Bonifori to Cupidon. She did not distinguish herself but is not a bad sort. Joseph once touched 5 to 2 for the Carlton mile but subsequently cased to 7 to 2, at which Price to was rav Orite. Chaleyer and pc Sarangi Wero the Early pacemakers but Doris Lyn no and Ocllo shot Wera almost on terms turning Tor Home Joseph Clug next. Halt a Tum Long irom the judg e s Box Bolle shot appeared to to w have a slight advantage but Joria Ilynne Hung Oil so Well that a dead heat resulted. Josoph. Was a very close third followed love Spear. Pena Rangl Gnu shed a Long Way Back the manner in which Caloyer stuck i to her in Tho first half of the trip Dis posing of her Chance of seeing out Tho mile. The owners of Tho Doad Heaters divided. It will Rem Nidor of that at the Hawkesbury mooting at Rosehill a Little Nlle Back Doris Lytt Tab tread heated Pena Bont for a Visoth 0 a Park stakes. Details hurdle about 2 Miles. 1 Toldea l7 Baker ? 1 spook 10.13 Harris 2 Nar opus 9.3 Hampson. 3 others matter port Scott Quarry and Royal express. Be lung 2 spout 4 Nar opus of Toldea 2 Scott 8 Loyal express 7 master port 10 Quarry. Won three lengths. Time 3.52. Flying 6 fur. Woodville 7.12 p. Musher 1 Al piini4uue of a Doris steel 7.3 j. Brown. 3 ? others Pertum Prince Ali Lisa Hopetoun overshoot Linita my Amley native boo a manna Tho bedouin absolute notes Boon clan Robert Burr Abra. Betting 4 Woodville 4 Linita 10 doll Queen or overshoot 12 Beon Liu Doris steel or others. Won two lengths. Time 1.16. Ma1ukn Wel Tell 6 Turlo Ngu. First division. Baby ulue 7.7 Montgomery. 1 Laud Fox 7.5 Johnaton 2 Alea 7.11 j. Toohey ? 3 others Hanky Panky note Law acre Mark tap toy slide Quircus treble Surat Al Soult Beach Light worthy Rose Odds and ends. Betting 4 note 2 baby Blue 6 land Fox 10 Hunky Panky Alea or Mai k Tapley 14 lad acre or e Soult 20 others. Won two length time 1.17. Second division. Rangoon 7.12 Johnstone. 1 Arthur b., 7.8 sponsor 2 Shah 7.11 ? 3 others sister Ray Callant Sale Day St Hackleton lady Amber yep on denies Rosamund Wai Kauai Sally Eaton Cha Tecler. Cher Goon. Betting 4 Rangoon g Arthur a 7 Callant 8 Wal Kanao or lady am her 10 Sale Day or Shah 14 to 20 other. Won halt a length. Time lit. Third do Elblon. Sadorus 7.9 Lightfoot. 1 Pollus 7.11 Bracken 2 Zeumalt 7.3 j. Brown ? 3 others Elstro Buck chief Yah. Wee Agnes Ayres lady Dorus Ken Tucky Kenya humming Bird Elysian Sandy Bui buc Kenette. Betting 2 Sadorus 2 lady do rus 7 Pollus 8 Elstrot 10 Sandy 13111, 33 Zeumalt 12 to 33 others. I won . Three Longona. Time 1.171, Mooyie Field h mlle. Montrola 7.12 g. Meddock. 1 band Wiio 7.4 Johnstone 2 sail on 9.0 s. Cracknell 3 other prudent fold a Loriman miss a Lelal Cordanus secret wed Ding and Magne storm. Bet lbs 2 Vandwyne 4 Ventrola 6 sail on 8 secret wedding wire Man or. Magne storm 10 prudent Field 20 others. Won five lengths. Tirao 2.8j. Juvenile i furlongs. Kappa. 7.8 m. Sullivan. 1 tres Bucic 7.5 Job Stone z Wool Owin 9.0 Bracken. 3o.lherala class Vero reverie Coupon. A Beform wll tuna St. Cra Ven Cobalt poly Maya. Betting. 2 Lin lass or Wool Owin 4 Kappa 6 reverie 7 wll tuna 20 Tress acre 20 others. Won a length. Timo 1.18. Carltun mile. Ono mile. Belle shot 7.a j. Brown 1. Dorb Lynne 7.11 Johnstone x Joseph 8.7 j. Munro ? 3 Doad heat. Others was love Spear Chai Eyer Peka Rangl Fop Flora bras Bel in 3urlo, Montana Glisten. Duke Ai missa. Betting 2 Josepn 4 Pel Carangi. 5 Dort inline Bollo shot 7 love Spear 8 Duko Almissa 10 Wisby 12 to 26 to 1 others. Joseph was half a length away from the dead Heater. Time 1.43j. Cricket Bathurst v. Peel Tho match Between Peel and Bat Hurst which was postponed till Tho end of Tho season owing to Peel ing engaged in ? a Tara Ala cup match was commenced on the sports ground on saturday. The wicket was very soft owing to Tho morning rain. After inspecting Tho wicket it was decided to pro feed with the match. Peel Only had seven men Whilo Bat Hurst had Nino. Maguiro won Tho toss and sent Peel to Tho Wick cat. Tho pitch played much better than was of posted Tho Only drawback ing Tho Uncertain foothold. It was . That Tho wicket would play very Low but Tho reverse was Tho Case As most of the Bowling Rose above the stumps. Only an occasional Ball played any Way Low during the afternoon. The Fielding of Tho Bathurst Sido could have been in proved upon As several catches Wero dropped. Their ground Fielding was better. Jack Schofield played very carefully for leg. It was Only when Tho last Man came in that to opened Hia shoulders and hit 26 runs off on a Over. Ursol sub Ofield gave a couple of chances in slips while w. Scho la Ell also had Ono let off. However both batsmen played excellent Cru Ket and Mado a Good stand. Tho Bowling honors Wero Well distributed among the Many trundle is. Bathurst had lost one wicket for sixteen runs when play finished for Tho Day owing to the falling Light. Tho scores were a Peel. A first innings r Pratley r. Sweetnam. 4 u. Schofield c Price Bayley. 31 w. Schofield c Clark 30 j. Schofield 0 Sweetnam Lar Nach. ? ? ? 58 Art sub Ofield. B Palco ?18 Alf. Schofield c Clark Prico s a. Cunningham not out ? 8 sundries. 14 total 1g6 Bowling s. Palco 2 for 17, r. Him Annm 1 for 2.1 a. Mini Rihn i for 34,\ r. W. Bayley 1 for 17, h. W. Clark 0 for 40, Larnach 1 for 11. first innings Wilson not out ? ,.- 8 croaker w. Schofield. 0 Larnach not out ? ? r Ono for ,.-. 10 Bowling w. Schofield 1 for 3, j. Schofield 0 for 13. Brow Urlo Bavins a Byo journeyed to Gla Nelre and played a social match. The Homo team put up a to Tal of 126, and brow Ongle lost eight wickets for 112. Tho visitors were contort Aind at afternoon Tea. T Low s easy win Bathurst. A Wlton a few Plck-up3 made 04 runs against Low s on sat urday. Of this total j. I toting was responsible for 26 and i. Neal 12low s passed Bathurst s total with out the loss of a wicket and finished with a total of 184, Flo of the bats men having retired. Tho double Lig Uro scorers were c. Catley 50. V. Edwards 42, w. Hutchinson 11. R. Muldoon 13, w. Robens 11. For Low s Tho wickets were taken h. Harris 2 for 13, w. Robens 2 for 11, a. Edwards 2 for 13, the wickets for Bathurst were secured Garrick 2 for 15, o. Brown 2 for 2s and s. Harding 1 for 31. Low s thus won 120 runs on the first Lnu Ings. Eglinton a defeats gaol staff Eglinton a Defeated gaol staff Ono run on Tho first innings after a closely contested game. Tho scores were 78 and .77 respectively. Double figure scorers for the winners were Moxon 12mcgregor 11 and Cox Wyllo Dingo hatted stubbornly for 6 not out. For Tho gaol staff Ryan contributed 20, Townend 9 and Williamson is. Bowline for Eglinton Cox took 4 wickets for 13, Moxon 2 for 0. Lamont 2 Lor 19, Cranston 1 for 9, Mcgregor 1 for 16. For gaol staff Byrnes took 2 for 18, gag Gin 4 for 2s, 8on$ 1 for 10, William son 3 for up. A correspondence Ald. Flanagan s reply to Tho editor in your Insko of saturday 1 not co that a Groat authority on municipal and other matters signing himself John Mcdonnell Bathurst and whom i presume is a retail but Cher la Keppel Street makes an at. Tack of me As an Alderman re the conditions for Tho Bale of Nora at Tho Bathurst Sale Yards and soliciting Tho attention of Alvo men of Bathurst in an Endeavor to boost to corporation Bale yard3 at Tho same Elmo trying to belittle myself in the eyes of the City ratepayers. Or. Mcdonnell knows full Well that Nanco i have been in the Council Aid Hansard and Mya Oit have always tried to abolish the cruel methods and the inhumane Way m which those poor dumb Ani Mals Are treated in our Sale Yards for want of shelter and water. If or. Mcdonnell looks up the reports of the Council Nold on the Goth. De. Coniber 1922 he will see that Alder that a report referring to Tho accommodation for pigs to referred to Tho works committee for report 1, myself being on the works com Mittee moved that a sum of �5u to spent in providing water and shelter for pigs. This motion was lost. 1 then on january 3, tried to get Tho matter brought up again and wus again Defeated. It was then agree that a sum of �10 to spent on laying on Tho water to two pig pens which to far has not been done through no fault of mine. The statements Mado or. Mcdonnell that i was going to do this that and Tho other is All Moonshine. A3 for making Gaa wind and water come out of the o Ono pipe r could not make that state ment for thut was already there . Lore i was an Alderman. To tile corporation Sal. Yards Thoy have already been done up and in Good order. Now or. Mcdonnell Why pick me out and attack me la it because 1 i Avo humped you a bit in Tho inter ests of the Public health compelling meat to delivered to the Public in i clean Sheet of White wrapping paper instead of allowing second hand news papers to used yours Etc. Harry Flanagan. A Bathurst. Be Bright and cheerful at meal time pleasurable anticipation of n meal cheerfulness at the table and a Calm state of mind during digestion Aro All necessary if no Are to get the. Most Goud out of Tho food we eat. But if your stomach is out of older and everything Joii Oati distresses Yuo How Are those tilings possible try building up the blood and strengthening the nerves Tho tonic treatment. An improvement in your appetite will to the first sign that Tho tonic treatment. hiding you. Then As Tiu d a Ostigu organs Aro. Toned up to do the work that nature intended you Are Able to eat with Comfort things thai formerly disagreed with you. To us old up Tho blood ten i i is no thing bettor than or. Williams Pink pills. They tone up tin on Tiv sys Tern Maku the blood Rich and my strengthen Thi nerves increase the appetite and put color in the Cheeks and lips. J you can improve your d Gest ion a beginning or. Williams Pink pills now. At All chemists and stores 3/ per Box. Don t become a chronic int rallied with rheumatism rheumatism Why there is now no need to suffer the pain the misery and do stress of it for we now know the cause and Tho remedy. When Tho stomach bowels liver or kid Neys become congested through neglect improper diet or through the passing of years certain poisons Ere formed in the system called toxins which passing into Tho blood Stream tissues and Bonea cause the pain and agony to Call rheumatism. Gruen health salts not Only brings the stomach bowels kidneys mud liver to a state of sound robust Good health but clears the toxic Poi sons right out of the system and ends Tho pain swollen is stiffness and misery of backache rheumatism bladder and kidney trouble sleepless Lehta headaches and such. A Little Truen health salts in water a mornings a How easy it is to got rid of your rheumatism. Price 2/9, sold All chemists and stores. Take Gruen health salt8 for autumn planting a Beautiful Garden May had with a minimum of trouble Plant ing bulbs. We offer the following from Ped Greo daffodils Jon Kalis Fol Bantaa. Narcissi Froe sea. Hyacinths dutch hyacinths roman White anemones ranunculus bowl Ablas Brod Aoa in Las and Watson pm write for bulb mat a j. A. Drans Field and co., the Oil reliable country firm West mid Eliot i Jav your i oots fr0m the b1gge8t Boot hou8e in au8tralia y 20 per cent. Better value., no Middle Man s profit Road the following Utu list and Tako advantage of our Bedrock prices. Ladles Black suede court shoes sold at 24/6, our Palco 18/nladles Patent Ono strap shoes sold at 22/6, our Price 1r/11 ladles Glace Oxford shoes sold at 8/11. Our Price e/9a up Octal lot of ladles Tan court shoos Good value 21/ Wiir Price 12/11ladles Patent Dorby shoes pump soles Good value 24/6. Our Prico 18/11ladles Olaco Ono bar shoes 7/11/ bettor qualities 13/h is/6 17/8ladies Glace strap shoes i la l Dies bigger Grey and Block suede strap Ami la co shoes All at 23/6 men s. Tan Dorby dais Groat Valuo ,. 18/11 Box calf Derby Bate Only.? 13/11 men s Strong lace boots ? -.? ? a xi/9men s Whito Tennis shoes White soles ? ? 5/umen s Tan Bals smart shapes from ? _ ? Lam men s Glace and Box calf Bals stylish from. 1. 16/11men s Best Quality football boots. ,.-., ? ib/6 youths ? ? ? Box Aldo football boots sizes 1 to 4/s. Hard won Herb -.-, 12/6stroug Laco boots 1 and 2 9/6, 3 and 4 ? 11 10/6tan Dorby Bals Good Quality ? est ? 13/11 gihl8.Tan Trinity bar shoes 7, 8, 9, 6/lli 10, 11, 12, 13. 6/6strong leather lace boots 7, s. 0, 6/11 10 11, 1zj 13 a 7/6 Patent one bar shoes 7, 8, a 10,? a a. ? a 9/11 join the crowd of eager buyers. John Hunter and son ltd., William Street Bathurst of fish rhe scones that in flip wot her makes a Are us wholesomeness and delicious Rood 7 a Ness. Leavened with the pure product of the it f a they Max. To eat. Always Way aunt Mary s baking powder �sjsb8&_\___\it a dds i Glimes us appetising favour ind can Tami Eil huh 3 of Scofi re Al a a thing calculated to it inf k a yes Fol Ign to jfor1 economical too a it it costs a Little More a a Ges a Kwh a mss of we Worth a lot More fags cd m ill jts Competition claim Guhm a g i r 1 i h Kif of of Obj ii 1921. And still leads a Toast a May this delicacy never Loose its Layow o a and May time never Loose this delicacy. W. Gornai9i9 coach builder 126 rus8ell 8treet, Bathurst f established 1879. Specialist in fitting Dunlop solid rubber tyros to any horse drawn vehicle. Done daily an up to Date Plant on the premises. Sullies built that Are serviceable Good to look upon and comfortable to ride in at reasonable prices. Repairs and painting expeditiously completed phone 398. I

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