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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Bathurst, New South Wales Australia for australians i. Monday april 23, 1923. ? the 6pirjt of Anzac ? wednesday next we be the eighth anniversary of the Date upon which Australia took her place amongst the lighting nations of the Earth and against the greatest ? oads i cried what proved to be the Shell swept Mitra of fall Noli on the1 coming anniversary of the proudest and Yot the Saddest Day or australian history one can expect Tho usual orations brimful of Praise Tor that great and glorious spirit of Anzac Una exhort. Ing a to do everything possible to Liv it to Tho Noble traditions it the bravest and Best amongst us Hobo Bones Are to Day buried on the once Shell swept Peninsular. Taking experience As a guide on the follow ing morning the words of the Previ of a Day will have been forgotten briefly tile result will a hut empty eloquence without one practical Effort being made to perpetuate the glorious spirit of Anzac by keeping Tho nation s promises to the men who risked everything in an Endeavor to prevent Tho enslavement of Tho civilised world. ? o. ?. ? turn nov aii trait Fin. Aug assert that Australia has done her duty to the. Neroes who so nobly did their duty Tor Australia. Throughout the Commonwealth to Day there Are Many nun dress of those heroes physical wreck and whose cries for Succour and Pathy Niass unheeded., it is True that a Lew. Of the returned men have no played the game and have Evown themselves unworthy of Trio great and liable traditions established by their. Comrades on the Battlefield a of the continent. Siut it la equally True that there were Many More thousands who have been grossly betrayed by past administrations and have been forced to live in misery and want q Burden on their to Latles if they have any and a standing example of an absolutely inhumane system which allowed such Mon to be treated not a heroes but worse than criminals in saturday s Usu was published a letter written by a Paddington Resi Dent exhorting the Federal govern ment to do its duty towards thebe broken men and take immediate Steps to a tire that Man new Kip re in Rev when cares knows that it is Only too True that Many of the Mon have not had a Lair Deal. If Anzac Day stands for anything it. Should at least stand for Justice being done to the broken heroes by a grateful nation. Of course it is not the people who. Are to blame it is Tho Mon who unfortunately for Tho diggers have been placed in charge of the Elstra. Ton. There Are certainly few australians who do not recognise the jus Taco of giving toe War broken heroes neb Cut possible and what so far has been,1ong denied them As a re que t of the what Elul and. Inept admin by ration. Anzac. Day can never to looked upon with the National Pride that should attach to it until the government whether it be labor a ton Allan or country party Doeg its Clear duty to the broken heroes and introduces that gleam of Sunshine into their lives which they have so nobly earned if Anzac Day is made a Day for a United Appeal to the government on behalf of the men who Are to Day broken and weary it Jay Futayo the effect of being of. Prac tical assistance to a bet of Mon who deserve the Best that it is possible Tor a truly grateful nation to give them. In any Case such an Appeal would be Moro in keeping with Tho real spirit of Anzac than a flow of words which though they May Tingle the ears Are in reality Onty froth and Bubble. ,. General news touring bowlers the new South Wales Bowling association in sending a team on tour of the West during next month. Or. O. J. Foran Hon. Secretary of Tho we torn districts Bowling association be making All the necessary Arranger menu for the tour. A this representative team will engage in matches at Dubbo Wellington Orange Parkes Forbes Gro foil Young and in Ishing at Bathurst on saturday May 12. B0wl8. ? on saturday. Afternoon several Gan desc player on Tho local a Greer in the Bathurst bowl tog club s j. Carpen Ter. Beat a. Hart 26-14 p. J. Tonkin . S. Howl feb 14-8 Konn loll beat Beil str 24-21. A Challenge rink ? i halon was played and proved very ? i citing. J. Chris than w. Robert. Son c. J. Foran and d. Quran Defeated Nablo Cooper Mol Tyre and est fitly .28-14. Lathat p0re0a8t Tho latest forecast is As Ollowa a still unsettled on the coast and parts of Tho tablelands with further show ors fresh and squally winds rough Soas Clouds Inland and warmer with ion deny Tor scattered show ers. ? ? postponed on account of Tho season being so tar advanced the return match with the now South Wales sporting club s pricket team which was Bong arranged Tor Tho Sydney cric Ket ground has Boen postponed till next season. Municipal Appeal court. Tale municipal App a court will be continued this morning after the Ordinary police court business is dealt with. ,. -. Anxious f6r,.ajflqht. The local Boxer Mick Mcgrath who showed with such Success at the Faath Ursi show and who has. Just Defeated Tho Kan Dos. Nam plan is just spoiling for another fight he Days he is willing to meet any Man in the Diat Jet his. Weight or a Side Wager. ? motor cycling the motor Cycle record from Hurst to Orange has again been smashed this time by p. Johnson a member of the . Riding a 5/6 . Matchless. The previous record was made by t. O Dea on an . The time was 45 minutes and the distance 35 Miles Tho average Speed thus Bong almost 47 Miles per hour. Anzac Day at 8.3. Michael and John s Cathedral at 8.8. Michael and John s Cath Edral on Anzac Day a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated at 9 . The occasional Sermon will be preached by the Rev. Father o Hea of St. Stanislaus College. The students of St. Stanislaus College win attend while the College choir will also assist Tho members of the Church choir. Drunk and language on Friday night Constable Barton arrested a youth in Ijo Wick Street for challenging the whole world in com and otherwise misbehaving him self. The Young Man Francis Chas. Davis stood for his misdeeds on sat urday Bosforo or. W. Scot s.m., at Tho Bathurst police court and was lined �4 for Lude cent language and 10b for drunkenness. St. 8tani8laus1 College if Tho next Roll at St. Sunb latib Coll go continues to swell it will not be Long before Tho president the Rev father John Hall have to erect a tent somewhere in the grounds to accommodate the boarders. At pre sent there Are 123 enrolled and Throe More Are expected in the course of a Day or two. To illustrate Tho manner in which Tho Tamo of Tho co logo has spread it is Only Necos sary to state that quite recently two students arr.yed1 from Tho far away ado aide which must be accepted an a glowing tribute to Stan los. Burlington pictures a Romor Pablo character is portrayed in the picture godless men showing at the Burlington to night. It in that of Black Pawl Tho hardest skipper that Over trod a deck hated and feared by All hands. I s Glrst mate is his son a Man roared in hard ship and bitterness and like a lurking Wolf cub awaits his Chanco to Over Power his father and Lead the pack . Outstanding features of Tho picture Are Tho struggle of the Crew to keep the ship afloat whilst in the grip or a trip local Hurricane Tiei crashing list fight for Mastery be tween father and eon a Tho treachery of Tho Bon and a sensational Climax. Altogether a rattling Good sea Story of the Jack London Type with most realistic acting. Support includes Dorothy Gish in the country Flap per Gazette and Tony Sarg cartoons. Usual prices. Dress Circle 1/3, stalls 9d. .bathub8t Cycle club the Bathurst league Cycle club held another successful teams race on saturday last. Tho d stance wad about 11 Miles and the race started from the Haymarket hotel and Fini shed in front of Tho town Tennis courts. Six teams competed. One Man Otth o Lithgow team arrived too Lato and a Bathurst Man filled his Placo. G. Mortlock with his team mates g. Blocks and d. Brooks gained a Victory by the narrow margin of two Points from t. Jones Irani Jones Lithgow proved Tho faster Man of the Bunch and won the last sprint by about 50 Yards from w. Brooks thus winning Tho special prize of �1 for Tho first Man to finish. Results Mortlock s team d. Brooks 3, g. Mortlo Elc 8, g. Broolias 0, total 20 Points 1 t. Jones team Jones i b. Egan 10, h. Kennedy 11, total 22 Points 2. Bapt18t revival Tho Baptist revival. In Loblon which Nas been conducted in Tho Baptist Church during the past week by Tho Rev. D. H. Moore Boen products of much spiritual Good Tho ser vices being Well attended and the addresses most inspiring. Yesterday afternoon the Rev. Or. Montiro delivered an address Timon and there was a Good gathering of. The sterner sox. Or. J. Gordon s male choir led Tho singing of the various hymns an assisted greatly in Tho bucces3 and enjoyment of the service. The missionary based his remarks on thu salvation of Man. To punctuated his remarks by frequent references to personal experiences and concluded with an Earnest anneal to the men to be Oft salvation while there was Opportunity. This evening or. Moore will relate his life s history before and since he became a minister of Tho gospel. To Morrow night in Tia wll Ham Street myth dist lecture Hall. To will Alvo a lecture on Tho Condi Tiona in Russia it which Bishop Long will preside. ? ? Cardinal 8 Mission peace envoy from Vatican c. London sunday. In connection with the curious controversy raging in Dublin whether Cardinal Luczlo s visit is purely Veccio Oia tical As contend do by the Ajo Valr in ment. Or it he 1b charged with to Vatican s authority to intervene in the peace Parley Tho Fredinan Al Jour. Nal publishes an hitherto us Desclos. De letter from Tho Secretary of Stilto at the Vatican to Cardinal Loire showing that Cardinal Lucip was authorised to co of orate with the Irish Bishops in an extort to bring about a Pac Matory peace. ? rebel Leader killed Cave 8ieqe ends Rauter a special message London saturday. The Slego of the rebels who took Refuge in a Cavo on Tho Shannon const North Kerry has ended. Of the seven Robola who remained alive live Woro captured Wyllo trying to escape in the darkness and the other two were drowned their bodies Beine recovered. While aeroplane. Lyons the Tea der was being pulled. Up the Cleft on a rope he Tell a Ort to Tho Beach though injured he tried to escape but was shot. His body w.a.3 washed out to sea. ? a. National troops thoroughly scoured the Whoso Countryside near Bantry Twenty prisoners stated to. Be monent members of Tho West Cork re Bel brigade Wero brought in ? it is thought that the Backbone of the irregular resistance in a difficult and mountainous area Nas been broken. ? ? _ Irish free slate application to league of nations Rector a special Mesta Flo London sunday. Tho representative of the Irish free state has handed the Secretary of the league of nations at Geneva a formal request for the free state s admission to the to Aero of nations. Prohibition Campaign services in connection with the prohibition Campaign were. Held Yoster Day morning in the methodist Church William Street in Tho afternoon at the per Hville method lbt Church and in Tho evening at St. Barnabas South Bathurst. All services were con ducted by or. Francis Whon n.3.w. Alliances and were Well attended. The discourses Wero eloquent and were listened to with much interest. The annual meeting Oltha Alliance will be held in the methodist lecture Hall William Street this evening at 8 o clock when All supporters of the movement Are invited to attend. Rifle 8hooting members of Tho Bathurst Rifle club registered Tho following scores Dur. Ing tract co on saturday afternoon a Hicks 66 thurling 63 King 63 Edwards g2 Austin 61 Hitchcock 6� brom Leld 57 sub Seravo 56 w. Smith 65 Olvett 52 n. Smith 51 Simpson 47. On May 12th a Trianu Lor match will be shot at Smiala be tween Bathurst Kunning Stream and Sofala 10 men aside. E. J. Ash Worth will represent Bathurst in Thyl Blue mountains Council match on May 6th. At Katoomba. A . Board matter at a Moll of of toe Bali Kirbt in to Board it was decided to Forward Tho following Resolution for consideration to Tho annual p. P. Board convention which Opena on May 15 that in View of the prevalence of Black Dis. Ease in Snoop Troug Hotiu the table lands of new South Wales and a similar disease in Victoria and tas mania Tho Hon. The minister for Agi leu Tunie to asked to Depute a specially qualified officer to invest Gate the disease in order to provide preventative treatment. By a Standard vaccine he in the Case of anthrax a Anzac 8ervice8 yesterday special services Wero Heij in the various churches in connection with Anzac Day. At by Stephen s presbyterian Church the. Services Dur ing the Day were Wen attended. At Tho evening service the preacher was the Rev. A. Crap Boll Grieve his discourse was couched in eloquent land rage. And referred to Tho san Lila Unce of Tho occasion. The Bev. A Pond Etoh Stewart ba., delivered a stirring address in the morning. In the methodist Church last night the Hev. Wallace Deano m.a., conducted the. Special service and preached i Sermon appropriate to the occasion. Special music was provided at the various services. ? a chinese in trouble it is not often that a Bon of confucius la hauled before the Bathurst police court and charged with behaving in a riotous manner. However such a Tate befell Harry a you at Tho Bathurst police court on saturday morning when Constable Wells told or. Scot s.m., that Harry had made himself particularly obnoxious or flee previous Day near the occident of hotel. Harry was ordered to pay ? a line of 10s or retire for three Days he smiled but paid there was 3 Sec Ond Chargo then preferred against to no celestial namely of offering Constable Wells As an induce Dent for the latter to depart from the Patio of a policeman s duty. ? when the do fondant s solicitor explained1. That Harry Wab not one of Bret Harte s Type of Wilfy chinese but that ills had been offered Only in Good Faith and. In payment of the no the charge ?. ? i Al b. Stronger. Than Republican delegates in 8ydnby enthusiastic meeting at ? v hippodrome sad nov monday. The Irish Republican sol gatos the Rair. Father m. O Flannigan and or. J. J. O Kelly add Roswod their first mooting in new South Wales at the hippodrome this afternoon the building was packed and a Largo Over flow meeting was held outside. Groat enthusiasm was manifested and both delegates were warmly . Monsignor Collins occupied the chair ? father o Flannigan in opening re marked that they had been told that Tho. Irish Republic was dead. Far from being dead he could Tell them that tha Irish Republic was More alive and stronger to Fly than Ever. Loud applause. Tho outrages of aggression Practised i Jan Tho Irish people was never greater than it was to Day but thank god it no period of Irish history had. It met with the opposition that was so. Vell. Able to Cope with it As was the Case to Day. From what to had seen of Australia no was convinced that the majority of Tho people Wero willing to listen to Teneni australians ought to be inter ested 1& Ireland and it was because they were interested that the news papers found it necessary to make such a hubbub about the envoys com ing Here. They were told that ire land was another Dominion of the Bri Tish Empire that it was arranged by a treaty Between England and ire land and that it was accepted by the vast majority of the Irish people. Tho fact waa that they jaad not made ire land a Dominion of Tho British Umpire. Uliey had no material in ire land to do it. They had arranged a line Botteon two parts of Ireland in Shch a Way an to create Tho greatest possible friction Between Tho two. That was to that the two should continue to quarrel and then they could Tell the world that irishmen wore Al ways lighting amongst them solves. Under the original treaty they Albo proposed to keep control of the wire Lesb and Cable communication. In doing this they realised the import Ance of getting their Story told to the rest of the world ur6t, and they would also be Able to prevent Ireland from getting Hor Etory told at All. They pretended that Ireland was tree to a i Jauis a uni Aida ill i eau i Nui uus Sho could Kaslly be involved in Case of War or strained relations. He de fied anyone to toll when there was a time when there was not War Botteon England and other country of at least strained relations. He pointed out that Tho document was not a treaty and that it had not Boen ratified byte government of me Irish Republic the very document i Bolf refers to it As an instrument they Wero told that it Nad Boen accepted at Tho Irish Eloc Lions in Juno last put de Valera and the into or. agreed that Tho Issue of free state v. Republic should not be dealt with then but Lett till a future occasion when every Man and woman Over 21 would have a vote. At the last june elections men under 25 and women under m Wero excluded from the registrar. A question involving their whole future could not be decided unless they Hati a vote. An election to Decue the Issue had not been. Held. Therefore tint Annn help. Of a Rolner next to of Chart by the people of Ireland still remain the legitimate government of Iro and loud applause and it was the government that every Loyal son of Ireland was bound to accept. It was the government for which the heroic Young men whom god had Given to Ireland were prepared to dare and die in tens of thousands u in Lannigan referred to Tho fact Tot English newspapers tis poke of. Tie free state As a failure and he product de that it would Como to an end to fore Long. Or. O Kelly in a lengthy spec a pointed out that the1 to colled treaty was signed without authority under duress and under the threat of in immediate terrible War by or. Lloyd George. A collection was taken up adj a big realised. Correspondence in defence of motor driver8 to the editor sir. A knowing or. P. J. Moodie As 1 do 1 am of opinion that he did not quil Realise the effect of the re ported statement to made at the lbt meeting of the Bathurst chamber of co Morco to Tho Orect that visitors to Bathurst had to pay through the nose and were hit up by people who drove them around Tho District. Or. Moodie ,1 am euro did not in tend to cast any aspersion on a body of men who earn their living driving motor cars. However As a false impression might have Arisen i think it is necessary to Point out that the motor charges in Bathurst at pro of the state. In. Fact they Are so Low a and or. Moo to As a Motorist should know that it Talob Tho motor hire people All they know to live. Any How one thing is certain the motor Char Rob have been lowered Moro than almost any other thing since the War and 1 doubt who Lior or. Woodlo can say Tho with regard to Tho articles he surveys in ills profession. Yours etc., Man. Or. Moodie explain8 or. Moodie explained last night that the remark published Woro calculated to convey a wrong impression. He certainly did not Alvo it As his opinion but Only stated Trio com plaints made by visitors to him. He or. Moodie was Well aware that the motor hero rates. In ? iia Shurat Woro cheaper than in any other part of the state. ?. Buy where you earn your Monty in Hurat Mem my did it pall prom Bathurst Driver s discovery about 12.30 p.m., on saturday Jos. Gordon Driver of Tho pick up goods . No. 30 from Hok Bank to Bath burst espied what appeared to be a Black. Mall lying Boldo the rail Way Lino about a Hundred Yards on the Bathurst Side of Lydol station. He pulled the to nil do and deputed his Lireman or. Bert Webb to investigate. The conclusion arrived at by or. Gordon was ? confirmed when the Herman handed him the o Uncial mall . It bore the official postal Boal and an address ticket Wallora wan of Post olt co the and real wore intact and had not been tampered with in any Way. The fireman at to direction or or. Gordon took the Back to Tho Kyd Al station and delivered it to Tho a Talon master. The official was somewhat excited at receiving the missing mall .Una informed or. Webb that he had been sending Meb sages All along the Lino in an endow Iron to locate Tho missing . Tho mull was subsequently restored to Tho Pustal authorities who also had i use exhaustive inquiries. The on us return was. Found to contain postal matter of considerable value. Some Tinio ago a mall was round to to missing on the arrival two at Wailer Awang and nothing us since Boen heard of it. Postal of vials Are now inclined to the be idiot that Tho was dropped from a foil into dishonest hands und was never returned. It is believed that the mall Oag found by or. Gordon on saturday alien out of a mall Van within Tho Pust Day or to otherwise it would Avo been found by the railway Linos men in their usual visits of inspection. Tho s duty Courtesy Call on Pope decision of Cabinet unit i Servic message London saturday. The prime minister or. Bonar Law referring to the meeting held at the Albert Hall on april 12, to pro Tost against Tho King s visit to Tho Vatican during hib forthcoming visit to Home states that the government in of the opinion that in View of Tho Large number of Konian catholics in the Empire it is obviously the duty of the King to follow Tho example of King Edward Tho seventh and pay a visit of Courtesy to the Pope. The Ruhr papal Delegate s intervention ? Router s special Messa co ? London sunday. Me papal Delegate. Cardinal Testa left Berlin after interviewing Ebort and Rosenberg says we Vos Sische Veltung As a result of his intervention general Deg outto French re leased Herr Schofer a former Burgo master at Essen who was sentenced to three years imprisonment. The Kaiser not separated from wife United service message London saturday. Tho periodical reports of the separa Tion of the Kaiser from Bis wife Are discredited by a Doorne message Des crib int a dinner which Wilhelm gave to builders marking the occasion of Tho rebuilding of apartments for her mine s children. Tho Kaiser tilled the glasses and pro sent a the guests with an autograph photo of himself. Not Poison prohibition Bill Defeated labor oppo8ed Router s bp�ola1 message London saturday. The House of coins on rejected by 236 votes to 4. The prohibition Bill introduced on february 20 by or. Scrymgeour Independent member Tor Dundee. The Bill provided that Tho importation manufacture and Sale of alcoholic liquors As beverages should be illegal in. The United kingdom and that alcohol should to supplied Only in bottles labelled Poison and on a medical certificate or. Scrymgeour spoke for an Hui and a half without once to Ferring tothe Bill but his earnestness and Good Faith elicited general cheers at tha end of Tho speech he declared mat prohibition had been in incalculable Blessing in the to jolted states and that but for prohibition he would never have been in parliament. God himself he declared took Possession of me and brought to Hor in the marvellous fashion against All the forces of Tho press and political. Organisation. I am Here to serve Tho interests of Mankind and to sustain the prestige of the country and Tho kingdom of Christ or. Slater in seconding the Bill and my Tod that it was impracticable sir Arthur Holbrook moved its rejection the reason Why few labor Mem Bers supported it is that the labor party is chiefly in favor of stats ownership of the liquor Trade. ? won by bathur8t tbnni8 team Good win at. Orange Home teams easily beaten by defeating Orange in the final of the Dalton cud on saturday Tho Bathurst Tenhs players achieved one of the greatest victories since Tho incorporation of the. Association. Naturally Bathurst Tennis fans Are de. Lighted with tie Success and the win Ning players have received. General . A a Tho Dalton cup was p Roson ted by or. M. F. Dalton to to Orange District Tennis club for Competition amongst Western District Tonnis clubs. It has been composed for in Tho years 1921 and 1922 and on both these occasions it was won decisively by Tho Dubbo Lawn Tennis club that club did. Not compete this year owing to the drought and the cup this t to was won by the Bathurst club represented by messes l. C. Terroy a. J. Browning Gavin 8her Ringham. And Rev. L. G. H. Watson. In conjunction with these teams representing Bathurst Forbes Cowra and Cano Elndra woo also prolong at or Ango on saturday competing one against Tho other in match play. The Dalton cup Competition of course was the great attraction of Tho afternoon. When play common ced the weather was Clear but shortly afterwards Light rain fell for about half an hour and drove the players to shelter. This rain made the courts Sodden Tho balls be came discoloured and interfered what with play. Tfir Rev and Al Row attn Lent Bayley and Robinson. In Tho first Sot Bayley shone out splendidly and was helped considerably by his. Part nor Robinson. Both players combined very Well and wore on the offensive throughput the Sot the play of Torrey and Browning was of a High class character but both seemed inclined to be nervous. But in the. Second Sot this pair displayed their very Best form. Browning waa. Sort ing volleying and smashing Well and showed out Best of Tho Quartetti. Play ing very accurately his placing was All that could be wished for and to was backed up by his partner who played sound from Start to finish. In the second Sot Bayley s services Woro most accurate but his returns failed to show their old St no. They seemed to Lack that nip for which this player is noted. Tho match l. G. H. Watson and Sheringham versus Bayley and. Rob Inson was the event of Tho Alto noon the Rev. Watson who comes Horo with a High reputation and the win nor for two years standing of the country singles championship played up to his old form. His serving was a revelation and his volleying was Tho Best seen on Tho courts for Homo considerable time. His smash ing although not Brilliant was placed from time to time and won a considerable number of Points his driving although not so Bovere As his opponents was placed accurately and Well. They invariably clipped the Side lines and proved to be ultimate . In this match Watson stood out alone a far As brilliance in play was concerned and was backed up by his Sher Ringham. In the first bet sherring Ham seemed to be very nervy and Rry As he my his shots did not have Tho desired effect while his placings were somewhat erratic. His services wore not up to the usual Standard and he failed in Many of his drives. In the second set both Bathurst players warmed up to the occasion Watson playing up to his Best form helped by his partner considerably. The of n nos in this set was of a very High Standard. A four were now serving Well Bayley ? the Orange Champion often winning his services to ecu. His volleying wag almost perfect. He was now seen to the debt of advantage but his partner1 seemed to be troubled with the bumpy balls on the now Sodden courts. Rob non was playing splendid Tennis. Hib driving both forehand Atud backhand was of Tho Best. Right throughout this bet the four players seemed to be Bent on winning. The Bathur stuns eventually won Tho set 6-4. The match Terrey and Browning versus Trebeck and Gavin was a on sided exhibition. The Orange representatives were suffer Lar from nervousness and a d no seem v be of e to do anything right. Their services had no. Sting and they were on Tho defensive throughout the whole of. The match. Torrey and Browning la Thea particular match again showed Good form. Although h is services were frightfully Weair. Tenney a driving both fore and backhand made up for his other defects Whilo fils place ass wore vory accurate. Browning s Surv ing was up to his usual Standard and to won a number of his services to Ace. In the match Watson and Shurr Luik. Ham versus Prebook and a Avn Sher Ringham gain was out. Of form. His services lacked the usual Wlllie his volleying found Tho not frequently his in this particular match was rather reckless. Watson play ing up to his visual form especially in the second set had his opponents on the defensive of Tho Limtt. To was placing his shot Boot Lilly and they invariably just clipped Tho Aldo line. While his tons lab was Jubi nipping Tho base Lino. The burst club is undoubtedly fortunate in inv ing a player of the stamp of the Rev. L. G. H. Watson in its ranks. The. Scores were a ? Terroy and Browning a v. Bay by Ana Kod Naon of 6-4, 4-0. Gavin and Trebeck of v. Slier Ringham arid Watson a 4-c, 8-5. Baldy Anil Robinson v. Watson and Slitor Ringham 4-0,. 4-6. ? Terrey and Browning v. Gavin and Trobeck 8-2, 6jo. ? ? totals. Bathurst 6 bets 4b games Orange 2 sets 30 games. ? the rest of tie members of Trio Hurst club who journeyed. To Orange were split up into soc Lonb which played each District Section from Cowra and another from and another from ? Forbes and on each occasion excepting the team which played Forbes the Bathurst repro son Tatevos were beaten. Tho Bathurst ladles gained a Tiltom. Juan Victory from Orange winning most of their sets rather comfortably. My of 1 association gave a dinner to the whole of Tho Ulni Unju Nlay h8f do mt1 trl0nds it tto a foil hotel which was much appreciated afternoon Tea was also served by in Asby a Nylon and freely up Artaki of by the Viitong players Whise seen appetites Woro much in evidence Tho cup at Tho the match was presented by the president of Ora age association or. Campbell a Sutra. Neat speech con? Hurat club on their Victory. And expressed Tho Hope that Bathurst would return Nert year and defend it is ? ? remarked on the fact that the clip had been responsible for Hrino no. A a a ? whole of Tho Western c us together in that Competition and it had been to Means of considerably improving Tonnis in the l. C. Terroy in responding on behalf of the Bathurst club thanks der Campbell for his kind remarks and assured him that Tho Bathurst representatives would defend the Cut next year. He spoke in High terms of the tray the Orange ass cent on had treated the players and Hope that Tho Bathurst club would retain the cup for Yoars. He also referred to Trio impetus the cup w eisur18 throughout the a who a a in cup wn8 1iroubto . Rbt by or. P. J. Moqdl0 and Willbo on View in Tho window of Woodlo b pharmacy from this morning. To-ni0ht a Goldwyn picture with he Eire Chadwick and ru88ell 8imp80n. Tha country f upper a Dorothy gosh special production starring a Dorothy gi8h v Tony 8arq cartoons we Ming. \ Blackie jul Iana very pretty wedding was Cole s a As Michael and John Cathedral on saturday. When . May daughter of the late or Julian and mrs. Wilson of Bathurst was married to Joseph Theophilus Cliffs and mrs. I Minim a a a a a ? the Bride who was Given away by her Uncle was charmingly gowned in we to Cashmere de sole with Overdesr of lace and fun Shea atthe Waist with Silver Flowers. The court which Hung from the shoulders with lined with tucked. He Lapink Georgette and trimmed knots and silk Voil held in Nacir eth Orange. Blossoms. Sho Capri Del n. Bouquet of cacti a dahlias ran flt Otey which together. ? Stolo Tinb the gift of ? a. The Bride s provent to Aie by Limo. Groom was a pair of Gold sleeve Jinta who bridesmaids wore misses. Rita blackly Bister of the brl8egrooin May Julia sister of the by Flor alias Blackin want a a Ernnt a a. ? b if a i Allvlu Satin grenade with panels Ana sleeves of Radium lace Ana trimmed with in. Vor boards and Silver. Girdle. Hor hat was of Sylvor Issue with Mauro St reanious. Her bouquet together with a Kollios Stewart Bangle was Tho gift or to bridegroom. Miss Julian Choso Palo Blue cab Moro do sole with panels and sleeves of Georgette trim med with Oeloel beads. She also wore a Sylvor to Lasso hat with Blue Stream ers and carried a bouquet of Pink cantus Dallas and roses Walchi with a Aellie Stewart Bangle wore the Gofta of the bridegroom. Ena Haines of tha bridegroom was bearer and was dressed in Pink Georgette Over latin and Little , Swiss hat with Pink Stre mors. Her Basket of Flowers Ana a Gold Bangle we re Tho gifts or thu bridegroom. Air. George Blackie was beat Man and or. James Stevens groomsman. The reception was held at the red Rose which was beautifully decorated. The Boldo s Mother Woro Brown cart ii be Chene and Radium lace with Brown hat. Tho bridegroom s Mother wore Black dutch Mou Sellno beaded Ana Black hat. Many costly presents were received. The by dal pair lefty mull for Kat Roraba and the Touth coast the travelled in Navy Cashmere do Noie richly loaded and hat in tone. Their future Homo will to in Bathurst. Another cup for Western team8 or Terrey 8 generosity or. L. C. Terroy president of to burst club has donated a in Duomo massive cup for compete ton throughout the West. The com petition1 will be run on the lines As the Davis cup. Hules and regu actions have Boen drawn up by a select com Matteo and it in that the Competition will commence next month Tho rules and regulations governing the Competition will ? be c a curated. Among All the we torn District clubs during the. Next few. Days. The Competition far tub cup will undoubtedly create in Tennis throughout. along pith the Dalton. Cup Jjo Bibu Oon. It will is Stybe of great improve Mont in Uit a Tan Dard of Tonnis throughout Tho West la Yal cd Lions always Slek to the Home town. ? ? ?

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