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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - December 20, 1924, Bathurst, New South Wales Tvs Newte Australia for australians saturday decemser20. 1s24the electric Light to Dayto Foll Cal switching on of the electric Light in Bathurst will Mark another step ladder of Progress for Beautiful Bathurst municipally. Bath rat la second to none in any provincial City in Australia. Witt its wide streets Beautiful Parks and Glo rious views Bat nest has Long since established for itself name and Fame 1 unexcelled As tar As Australia is concerned. Other places May strive and struggle but Bat nest for Beauty and surroundings stands. Pre eminent and unassailable. The installation of the electric Light. After years of agita Tion was the one thing needed to place Bathurst on a higher Pedestal of Progress and make its position As the Queen City of the state More impregnable than Ever. Truly the Electrio Light. Will help to make Bathurst ? with its other advantages the envy As Well As Tho example of other Pla Ces. And the aldermen and citizens Are indeed to be congratulated upon the achievement. While it is. Time that the electric Light should mean much to Bathurst the fact must not to overlooked that it does not Mark the achievement of the municipal millennium. It would be Well for residents not to expect too much. The electric Light certainly has Many advantages but it is not without its drawbacks. It is doubt Ful whether the a treat lighting will be. Any better than that of the Gas lamps while Many householders will not find it As cheap As they imagine. In oct the matter of the Cost of instal lation and the Upkeep of the Light May prove too costly to a number. However in a general sense the a Light will prove a Boon to the City of the Plains for it Means a now Era in Tho March of Progress and it bring Bathurst into line with the most advanced and most up to Date centres of the state. General news latest forecast Cloudy and unsettled weather with showers and Thunder in the Eastern part of the state mostly Fine else where and Cool with southerly winds squally on the coast. A free invitation. Or. F. Blo Flold the Well known chemist of Keppol Street extends a cordial Welcome to the general Public on monday both Day and night to come and see the Christmas display As Well As the manner in which ? Hub commodious shop is fitted with the electric Light. To celebrate Tho event of the electric Light arrangements in Bathurst arrangements have been made to present each adult attending with a Small bottle of Royal eau de Cologne. School of arts. Geo. Drew 8 vaudeville company will appear on monday next december 22, when Many new artists will be seen and heard. Or. Drew has specially engaged direct from the Fuller circuit that Clever English comedy couple Mable and Malfe whose original act of singing talking dancing and tub. Ling is a real fun producer. Frank Den Nile the singing saxophonist of the Southern singers appears in an at Tractive musical act. Margo Rita and her violin will be heard with pleasure by All. Joe Bruce the quaint come Dlan the Melba girls Harmony quoted Tutty and others contribute one of the Best programmes Telb company has offered to the. Public of Bathurst popular prices 2/ and 1/, plus tax. Book your seats at Achiu s. Next monday 29th december Drew s tour ing company headed by Mayo Hunter the hawaiian musician. School of arts monday december 22, Drew s vaudeville Kopcial engagement direct from Ful lers of a Mable and Malfe Tho Clever English comedy couple Frank Dennie the singing saxophonist. Marguerita and her violin. Joe Bruce the quaint comedian the Melba girls the Harmony duo ted Tutty in new comical ties popular prices 2/ and 1/, plus tax Book your seats at. The red ? Robe. ? City pictures. Two splendid. Paramount features will to screened to night at the City. Pictures. The heart Bandit Star ring Viola Dana end Milton Sills is the Story of Angel face Molly ? a girl of the underworld and a million Aire financier. Molly is the Only Meni. Ber. Of the gang who escapes arrest after a big robbery. She is injured but wanders into the grounds of. A palatial mansion there to be discovered by the financier who influences his Mother to Takecare of the girl. The Many thrilling situations which follow and Lead to a natural Hilt in Estial Climax constitute a mos acceptable Story. The next Corner with Conway Tearle Lou Chanoy of mystery Mun,.fama Dorothy Mackail and Ricardo cortex in the principal roles is thestory., of a. Wife s Falso Stop and a husband s Faith. 1 the Story of Tho wife a realisation of her Folly and of her efforts keep the facts from her husband is appealing. By told against romantic settings in Paris Spain and South America. Sup port includes comedy serial trave log Eno and orchestra prices As usual. Book your seats at the Rod Rosa matinee 3 o clock heart Bandit Cov Medy serial and travelogue. Tues Day Mary Alden to pleasure mad wednesday six Cylinder Lovea Fox comedy do luxe. A Paramount of buro tie heart Bandit. St5 Natiola Dana and Milton Sills n a fascinating Story ? of love and adventure. Miss Dana As Ansel. Face Molly meets with Many thrilling adventures and of course reaches Tho inevitable end a of la it the beginning Paramount also pre onto Lon Cha Ney Conway Tearle Doro thy Mackail and Ricardo Cor te2 in ?. Use nest comes an Alt absorbing Story of n restless Young wife who tasted of forbidden love and was trapped in her. Own Folly. Support if Fudeo phantom for. Tune comedy travelogue and orchestra. Prices As usual. Book your seats at the red Rose. Matinee 3 o clock the heart Bandit comedy phantom Fortune and travelogue. Tue8day Mary Alden in plea sure. Mad pin tilday a Fox comedy de luxe six Cylinder love ? band in Park the Bathurst District band under the conductor shop of or. 8. Lewins will Render a programme of music in Machattie Park to night at 8 o clock and also on sunday night at 9 o Cloudo. 8tarr-Bowkett ballot the ballot to connection with the no. 8 Starr Bowkett society last night was won by mrs. H. Wilburd Seymour Street with share 175. The win entitles Tho Holder to Tho use of �200 for 12 years free of interest. Xmas poultry. There Wab a Large attendance of buyers at messes. Burke Bros auction Mart yesterday when bidding for poultry with which to Grace the festive Board was exceptionally keen All offerings were quickly snapped up at the following prices Turkey gobblers up to 17/8 each Turkey hens up to 14/ each Young roosters up to 8/ pair hens 6/ to 6/s pair ducks up to 9/ pair. Old time dance to night in the Odd Fellows Hal the old boys monthly dance willbe in Tho form of an old time dance and euchre party. Most appropriate euchre prizes Are being Given the ladies first being a Xmas cake valued at ibs. Whilst the gent s first is a Jumble packet. The second prizes Are also Worth the while winning. Or Ohio Ney have charge of the floor while Langford s orchestra will provide the music. Sup per of a Home made variety will be provided. Burlington pictures mirth thrills and surprising action Are All promised in Herbert Haw Linson s latest Universal production High Speed to be shown to the second half of to night s programme. The leading lady is a new Comer car Melita Geraghty and Bert Roach the comedian is also in the cant a Nin. Ture of the wholesome Beautiful orders Timothy s quest Star tog Gladys Leslie and filmed from the Well known heart interest Story by Kate Douglas Wiggins. The Century com Edy the Flower girl 2-reelsstarring baby Peggy also topical Gazette in support with a new musical programme by the orchestra. The District band will attend. Prices As usual 9d. And 1/3, with reserves 1/6 per phone 270. Rafael a Hattel s Story Captain blood will be shown on monday and tuesday coming direct from Tho Crystal Palace Sydney prominent ba8s 80l0i8t. A feature of the rendition of Han Del s immortal of Tori Tho mob Shah next sup Day of Vonlang at Tho methodist Church will be the special engagement of or. Oliver King one of Sydney s leading vocalists who will sing the wonderful Tum Nymn which fave Seldom been heard locally in recent years. Or. Oliver King has made himself famous to metropolitan musical circles As an oratorio soloist and has appeared to the Messiah with the Royal Phil harmonic society the Welsh choral society the orpheus orchestral society arid other musical societies. Bathurst music lovers Are indeed tory fortunate in having the Opportunity of hearing the Fame us recitative and solos to the Messiah rendered in first class i Stylet these recitative and solos will include thu Salth Tho lord but who May abide for behold darkness Tho people that walk to darkness and Why do Tho nations. _ Christmas music to Morrow afternoon in All saints Cathedral at 4 of clock Mendelssohn s Beautiful setting of Tho psalm As Tho heart pants for chorus and sop Rano Solo will be Sung by the Cath Edral choir with mrs. Leicester Jfhn son rendering the Stales. This work which. Has j Nevor yet been Sung in Bathurst is Ono of great Benet a Una. Ever since its composition in 1837 has been regularly Sung in All the great English cathedrals. Big de mands Ard made on the choir in heavy a Kortises such As Why Muf soul Art thou so vexed and Trust thou in Godard in the imposing fugue praised be. The lord / the Solo Perm. Which $hou1.d to in Jolt suit Able to mrs. Leicester Johnson s voice Are full Taf i lauds to salutations and Arias amongst them being the Beautiful flowing Melody Star my Stath tru Tetli in god and the strik tog recitative my god within me is toy soul cast Down ? in Tho music for Fox Handel s of Cossiah the Solo Josla wiil to misses Rad sell and to Well chorister Gorrell Rev. Canon Walton and messes. Fred Carter and do Mcallister. The of rings will h o Given to the Cathedral choir fund. Hns Bass Baron Kato g. Views. Sutar 4 special. Message according to Presb reports the Premier Baron Kato stated to sen Yukai yesterday evening that while As on individual japanese to did not construction of the Singapore base. He thought that As Tho. Baso was contemplated Yeara ago. It was also outside the scope of Tho Washington treaty the construction was inevitable. The British authorities Hadst von my an. Assurance that the Basa was purely a National affair and was riot in tended to in fluence inter in ional relations Jap an must watch seriously further developments regarding Tho Ameri can naval manoeuvres Tho american government fully sex platoon to Tokyo Tho motives and circumstances of the manoeuvres with a View to removing misunderstandings evil Tang among cer Tain sections of the japanese people. It was proposed that the american Fleet should visit Yokohama after the manoeuvres which proposal the Jap Ane so government regretfully Felt bound to decline. The Premier re iterated the government s intention to co operate with Britai nand America respecting the solution of China s financial prob lems which must depend on the re unification of the country. For Ausma More alien immigrants italians greek8, and Jugo slavs. Australian press association London is understood that there Are in creasing enquiries for Spain Gesto Australia from Southern europeans notably italians greeks and Jingo slovaks. There is a possibility that italian liners in future will carry Large parties within the limits of the us tas announced by or. Bruce. Fight socialise the Popes exhortation renter s 8peclal message Rome. Friday. The Pope at a secret consistory referring to the attitude of the holy Bee towards Russia said i exhort All especially men. To Power who love peace the Sanctity or the human family and human dignity to make every Effort to fight Tho grave dangers and certain injuries arising from socialism and communism but he added this must not affect our Dutiful solicitude in alleviating the conditions or the workers and Oil Humble people his holiness urged Tho faithful throughout the world to join in prayer during the holy year to order that god might enlighten them in Power As to How to acl trouble in Albania Italy take8 a hand que8tion8 in commons Reuters special message London. Friday. Tho italian government has. Des patched two a nuts to albanian Waters to consequence of the disquieting situation to Albania which according to the latest news officially received in London is evaded on three sides by irregulars. Fighting is still proceed tag in the Koas dub prefecture. Questioned up the House of com Mons or. Austen Chamberlain Bata Tho government was aware of the in Herent danger of any Balkan disturbance hut Jugo Slovakia and the italian government had recently assured him they would spare no Effort to Localise disturbances. Planes collide three officers killed Reuter e special message ? Tokio Friday. A collision of planes occurred at Kasum Gaura this morning at von Altitude of about 206 metres. Three of ulcers were killed. Fele typewriting Sydney inventor s claim. Teletype exchange8 predicted. Australian press association London Friday. Donald Murray of Sydney who invented the teletype which transmits and reproduces Type written Tele Grams read a paper before the. Institution of electrical engineers pre dieting that the time has come when there will be teletype exchanges aim liar to Telephone exchanges through which widely Distant business offi Ces by Means of the existing Tele graph a feb will communicate direct even night Long to that business men arriving at the Filce to. The morning will be confronted with Las minute messages to which they will reply directly and instantly. The system eliminates the Morse code an Ordin Ary syput operating. Bathur8t euchre club the Bathurst euchre club Heid its last euchre party for this year to Tho Odd Fellows Hall on thursday night. The eight prize winners were As follows ladle miss n. Mcgeo first miss Mcgee second miss Collins third special. Miss Vimr gents or. Sheldon first or. Wil Liams second Mac j. Edwards third. Special or. Yonng. The. Winner in Tho ladles aggregate for the five weeks is miss Gale with miss. C. Mcgee second. Or. Edwards and or. Yeoman Bavo tied for first place in the gent s aggregate. The last night of the aggregate will be held on the first thursday after the now year.? Australia s Good Start 3 wickets for 282 _ record second wicket partnership centuries by c0llin8 and Ponsford 8low scoring and bad Fielding Sydney Friday the first test match Between Australia and England was commenced at the Sydney Cricket ground to Day in Beautiful weather. The a Token was Good though at times at one end. It appeared to be Uncertain. H. L. Collins the australian Cap Tain won the toss and decided to Bat this is the. Ninth time to ele Veu tests that Collins has won Tho toss. When the englishmen Camion to the held followed by the opening pair Collins and Bardsley there were fully 20,000 present a remarkable at Tendance for a Friday. After Lamch the crowd had increased to Over 30.000 and later on to about 35,000, which is a record crowd for a Friday. Tate opened the attack to Collins and off his first Over four runs were scored two being sundries ill Logan opened the Bowling at the other end and both batsmen played confidently runs coming steadily. Bordley s leg shots worried the englishmen and when he had strike an extra Man was put on at Fine leg. Twenty runs were brought up in 21 minutes bands ley being 9 and Collins 8. Shortly afterwards Tate appealed confidently for Lbw against Collins but the Appeal was disallowed. The first half hour was responsible for 29 runs neither of the batsmen appearing to be at All troubled with the Bowling. Immediately afterwards Bardsley caused a sensation by putting one of Tate s balls up in slips. Hendren dived but the Ball jumped out of his hand. It Wab a Chance that should not have been missed. After Bowling twelve overs ill Logan took himself off and put on Freeman. The new Bowler had the batsmen scratching and Only one run was scored off his Over. His next Over was a Maiden Tho first of the innings. Bardsley livened things up a Little by getting Tate to the Fence with an up pish shot Over third slip s Hoad. He did not last much longer however for to Freeman s next Over to put one into Woolley a bands at slips. The retiring ? batsman had made 21 runs in 60 minutes and until Freeman came on he looked set for a big score. One wicket was Down for 46 runs Collins being 18. W. H. Ponsford the boy of teams came in to play his first innings to test match Cricket usually a nerve racking experience. How Ever the a octorian opened confidently and his first scoring stroke was a pull to tie Teg Boundary off Freeman. The half Century appeared after 59 Minu Tea with Collins playing As steadily As Ever. Ponsford was uneasy when. Facing Tate and was twice badly Bea ten in one Over each time the Ball rising just Over the stumps. The scoring was very. Stow although to the last Over before lunch Ponsford waa applauded for driving Freeman to the Fence for 4. At the luncheon adjournment one wicket had fallen for 72 runs Collins being 28, and Ponsford 19. Tate who had bowled right from Tho beginning of Tho innings had bowled fourteen overs for 34 runs without securing a wicket no change was made to the bowl ing on resumption. Freeman sent Down a Maiden to Ponsford and Tate a Maiden to Collins ? the Home Captain reached 30 after 97 my notes batting by forcing Tate to leg for 3. It Wab painfully slow scoring but on in typical of teat match batting. Before lunch the Randwick end of the wicket was very erratic and Tate took every advantage of it. At Tor lunch it was a Little better and it looked like improving later to Tho afternoon. Freeman and ill Logan took up the attack after Tea and Ponsford despatched Tho former s second delivery through covers for four. The. Same batsman got a Nasty bit on the hand to a Lalugan s first Over. Contrary to his usual custom. Columb did not. Slow Down when approach ing his Century. He commenced to hit out and brought his score to 92 by twice cutting Teeman to the Fence and then scoring a single Oft Tate. Ponsford drove Freeman for four a bringing up the 160 partnership to 165 minutes then 200. Runs pc ame up. A few minutes later the innings had Bce Progress 207 minutes i. Hobby then came on instead of Freeman and Collins put him through coven for four and at the same time reached his Century after batting 216 minutes. The Hill gave him three rousing cheers. Ponsford s. Score was then 81. Collins got another four. Off the remaining balls of the Over. A Fow. Minutes later Tho partnership of the pair reached 175, passing the record test partnership for the Sec Ond Loket Madei Liy Alex Bannerman and j. Lyons to 1891.v the record second wicket for an English team to a test match was 154. ? Ponsford slowed up. To the eighties end was nearly out when to sent Scolloy to leg Sutcuffe who was Fielding on the. Boundary rushed up j and although he got nos hands on the Ball he fell and dropped it then. Collins was out he mass timed Tate and Job to touched Tho Ball Wutoh flew into slips. This Timo ? Houdron made no mistake. Collins had Bat fed soundly for 114 runs which he had obtained in 235 minutes. He with Ponsford added 190 runs in 181 minutes. Two wickets were Down for 237. Ponsford was 87 when he was joined by a. Richardson who opened the score with a Stogie to Point off the last Ball of Tato s Over. The 250 came no in 258 minutes Pons std being 95. After getting another four and needing Only one run Tor his Century Ponsford was nearly run out there was tumultuous applause when to reached his Century with a single of Freeman. To is one of the select few batsmen who Havo scored centuries in their first Tobl match. He had been at the wickets 200 my notes before scoring again Ponsford had another life getting Back to the crease As ill Logan at mid on scattered Tho stumps with a Well directed re turn. Richardson gave a Chance at six but it was hot accepted he touched one from ill Logan and the Ball went Between Hendren and Woolley to the slips. Neither made any attempt to get it apparently leaving it to the other to the third last Over Pons Ford was. Clean bowled. He missed ill Logan and the Ball breaking to took his wicket. He bad batted 228 minutes for 110 runs which included eight 4 s he gave a delightful exhibition after he bad reached the thirties and until the eighties. Tay Lor came to and had scored Only one ran when stumps were drawn. A. Richardson was 21 not Oul there is no doubt that interest la Cricket is greater than Ever. The attendance to Day was 33,911, which is a record for a Cricket match to Australia on any one Day except a saturday or a Holiday. The takings were �3,395. The weather forecast to night anticipates a Fow occasional showers to Morrow. Scores a Australia. First innings. Bardsley c Woolley b Freeman 21 Ponsford b ill Logan 110 Collins c Hendren b Tato 114 a. Richardson not out ? ? 21 Taylor not oat. ? 1 sundries ? ? ? 15 three wickets for ? 282 stumps drawn. Bowling Tate 1 for 72, Giutian 1 for 57, Freeman 1 for .71,. Hearne 0 for 19, Woolley 0 for 35, Hobby 0 for 13.xmas and new year presents we have an exqui8ite a880rtment to choose from at Sydney prices Moochie s pharmacies -bathur8t. Interest in England disappointment at l08ing the t088 australian press association London Friday. The first news of the test arrived in London at 3 o clock this morning being the 12.30 score no wickets for 32. The news spread rapidly among the night workers. There was Dis appointment at England not winning the toss but there was unshaken Confidence in the ultimate result. Afterwards messages came through very speedily. The lunch score was reached at 4 o clock. The. Most in tense interest was aroused newspapers Are featuring special cables. ? sporting Ulfo says to say Tho whole Cricket world 1b interested would be a modest estimate of the sex Clemont prevailing everywhere the interest in greater to Day than it has been since Warner s men recovered the ashes to 1904. No team Ever left our shores so representative of our very Best so desperately determined to return successful England s Hopes. Plum Warner s opinion australian press association London. Friday. P. A. Warner writing to the morn tog Post says that England has justification for Hope a the first test match As Ehe has the Best Bowler of the world la Tate and an array of batsmen who on a Good wicket will cause Australia to toll hard and Long but Australia also has nine men Cap Able of scoring a Century. Freeman is most Likely to help Tate and fortunately he has the stamina i to bowl All Day. Sandham s inclusion is Jubal led out fielder. Good throwers and runners Are needed for j so Many slow bowlers. Given equal conditions i England should / wine cause Tate be the Best Bow Tor on either Side and the Bowling of Gregory Malloy Kelleway tand he dry on paper to not Good enough to got Hobby and co. Out under 400. The even fag Standard discussing the test pm Cli Outlook says Tho invertebrate Tail like England had four years ago ,1s inst improbable in the present least and England s num Ber 7 8, 9 Ari of higher calibre than. To Donglas . It is not somewhat quixotic to say that How Ever Many. Runs the australians make there is ground for hoping the englishmen will to a appalled and will make a few More. The English attack to Aiso much stronger. Much responsibility rests. On Tho openers and Tate but Freeman is full of resource and stamina and to has already proved capable of puss Ling fret class batsmen. Australia has. Not found a successor to Mcdon Ald and not a new Bowler of. Unknown Wiles. Tho Outlook is not fearsome and the English Fiol Mon Are hotter than on the last tour. Our Confidence is not founded on Gambler s throw. % hl8c181c Likht i 8 pitching on ceremony the official Fri Cramme. To Day Bathurst will celebrate one of Tho to its we to by. Little did Tho Early pioneers who. their worldly., goods across. The Blue mountains by Means of Bullock waggons Realise us they gazed across these Fertile Plains what a destiny Wao to front of the land of their adoption. The City of Tho Plains has moved Forward with Tho development of the hinterland a until now it is undoubtedly the most important Centre to. The West with lbs switching on of the electric. Light 1---night Bathurst will witness what will probably to regarded As one of Tho biggest moves for Ward in Tho municipal history. At 7.30 . The City will he flooded with electric Light King s Parade and Machattie Parkwill be agog. All preparations Ore Well in hand for the switching on and for the big dinner in the masonic Haft. A platform hag been erected on Tho Parade in frolic of Tho court hons Rand Banting and coloured electric Light globes Are going up everywhere on the Parade along the streets and in Machattie Park. The first function will be at 7 ., Whon the juice will be switched on at the Power House at 7.30 the switch will he put Over and there will be Light All Over the City. As befitting such an aunt Luclous occasion Many prominent people from All parts of the Stato were forwarded invitations to be present included amongst the visitors at the switching on ceremony and the dinner will be. Tho following the attorney general or. Bavi minister for mines and agriculture or. J. C. L. Fitzpatrick senator Cox tue mayors and town clerks of the following towns Wel Lington Orange Parkes and Blayney mayors of Carcoar and Lithgow presidents and Shire clerks of Aberco Ruble Oberon and Turon Shire councils sir Charles Rosenthal president of the Sydney chamber of Commerce president of Tho master builders association Sydney or. P. Beddle or. A. E. Be l nastier manager of the australian and general electric Light company manager Commonwealth construction company or. Frank consulting Engineer to the Bathurst Council sectional Engineer of the postmaster general s department divisional Engineer railway depart ment or. J. M. Pringle sex president of the Sydney master builders association president blaxland Shiro Council president Blue mountains Shire Council mayor and clerk of in Tromba. Electrical Engineer Orange municipality or. W. W. Rumble Katoomba or and mrs b. So John electrical Engineer Penrith mayor Jot pen Rith or. Hill Dungog lighting co., or. Noonan electrical Engineer Kyo Gle Shire and the mayor of Casino. The catering in the masonic Hall will to to the capable bands of Heath s cafe whilst Tho music will be supplied by Paton s orchestra. Bogus advertisement 8ale8man fined �20 first ca8e under new act. Sydney. Friday. The first prosecution under Section 545 of the amending crimes act which deals with the insertion of Hogue advertisements in newspapers was made at he Central police court to Day when Charles Everard aged 28, a Salesman was charged with hav Long. Tendered a bogus advertisement for insertion in a Sydney newspaper the alleged bogus advertisement read up 1. 1 .�6j ? a wanted labourers to handle wheat. Apply motor 8ales company. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Evidence Wab Given that the advertisement was tendered hut not inserted. Defendant said that the advertisement was wanted to test Tho labor Market. Whon the magistrate had decided to convict defendant s solicitor said that Bis client s action was More Stu pid than criminal. The magistrate i propose to Fine him As it is the. First Case under this act. Nevertheless i regard it As a serious one. Defendant was fined �20 in de fault four months gaol. Her first Brief our Only lady barr18ter Sydney Friday. Legal history was made to or. Acting Justice Moughan b court to Day when miss Morrisson the Only lady barrister of new to Teutli Wales appeared in court to hold her first Brief instructed by or. D. R. Hall. The Case was Ono under the Tes Tator s family amendment act and concerns a will under which a de ceased husband left his wife Only �100 out of �800. The matter was allowed. To stand Over. Sold pass grab the Premier fir Sydney. For Lav. The Pronier Tufa George Fuller stands firm in the attitude taken with regard to the Gold passes. To stated this afternoon that he certainly intended to bring in n Short Bill when the House assembled again to five the privilege of. Life passes to Mem Bers who had served in Throe Par Lamento. To strongly advocated the proposal and declared that to Ranuld not understand Why the Public w03 opposed tit it. There was a Rumor in the lobbies to Day that a Bui will to introduced by a private mom or to Inq Rense members salaries. Cricket the following will Ron resort Rau Way ? Institute against Globo on the railway Winket on Xen Nedy to Rind Bennett. ? Donaldson. Hodgson Monno Mckinney Benr Freeman ? Power Mathews Beau Champ Lang Hunt. To night. Herbert Rawlinson. In 6 Tomn .te.8t-,c.,w Kate Doug a. Wiggin e Story of the heart Tipoti i Iasi a med Gazette band. And d,8trict it a Rve. My a and tuesday 22nd and 10 Reeis Alul b capta1n blood matinee 2.30 . Tuesday Bathurst state seat the nation Aust candidates Fitzpatrick r08enthal and Beddie the nationalist candidates for Bath urst state seat at the forthcoming state elections will be or j. C l sir Charles Pehu nth rip and or. J. Beddle. At a largely it tended Mei tag of the nationalist delegates held at Tho masonic Hall last night non inc Lons were received for candidates and Only the three Nam Tkv iwo Rob nominated. Consequently there we to no Neces sity for a ballot and it Only remains for the candidates to be endorsed by the nationalist Council for them to go to the poll. I worth�182,653 estate of the late or h. A. Mcphillamy. Some of the bequests. Sydney Friday. Probate has born granted in. The will of the late or. H. A. Mcphillamy Grazier and Bachelor of Charlton near Rockley who used on november 1, at the age of go years. The estate was valued at �182,653, or. Mcphillamy bequeathed �300 to the Bathurst District Hospital �200 to the salvation army �500 to each of Bis three overseers at Charlton �200 to an employee �5000 to his Friend George Rankin �1000 to his grand Nephew Neal Mcphillamy �6000 to Hub Nephew Keith Mcphillamy �6000 to each of sir Neville Howse s three children and �1000 to his Niece Vero Nica Stogie. The residue and personal estate he bequeathed to his Nephew Angus Owen Mcphillamy and the residue of the state was left in Trust for the Benefit of Angus Owen Mcphillamy during his life and on his death for his child Ren. The Lithgow tragedy is it suicide As slated in yesterday s Issue of the National advocate the latest police theory is that James Dwyer whose body was found hear Lithgow on sunday morning lost committed suicide. It is now thought possible that most of the wounds could have been Belt inflicted while the injuries to the head could have been caused by Dwyer tailing heavily on the Stoneb which were found covered with blood stains near the body. Is Barnabas sunday school successful concert and operetta. Tho operetta playmates and con Cert staged by the pupils of St. Bar Nabas sunday school in the school Hall on thursday night was certainly a credit to the performers and to the teachers. Trio Large attendance thoroughly appreciated the efforts of the children who won for themselves untrained admiration and applause. The first part comprised items by the kindergarten pupils who ? displayed How. Efficiently they could be tutored by mrs. Deverell. Who is indeed to be congratulated. The operetta playmate was staged under the conductor shop. Of or. P. Appleby. It was splendidly staged beautifully dressed and the performers excelled themselves. Both in acting and aug log. The costumes were de sighed by mrs. Ben. Ezzy. Or Appleby is proud of his pupils and the performance showed that he has every reason to be. The various operetta. Characters wore sustained As follows Mother Goose Eikild balls a Flora Mac. Donald Edna Johnstone Maggie Lauder Doris Keely Annie Laurie Thelma King aunt. Sally Jean Appleby Jack Goose Eric Ezzy Jack toe giant killer Jack flt ton Dick Whitington. Bert Godfrey Sompi Simon Jacoc Cusi Kjack o the beanstalk. Gordon Mayo scotch lassies Joyce Spratt Edna Peck Clarice. Thomas Jeon Thomas Mot go Rowau is and Joan Clark. Mies Sylvia Gen nor made a Cap Able accompany late Wyllo mrs. A. John Ston assisted by miss Haynes mud and sold sweets. The proceed a Are in Aid of the picnic fund. ? Prince artimer visit to India australian prese Assoc a in. ?. -bombay., Friday. Prince Arthur of Connaught or Tiv of at Throo o c csc fifty to in on n visit to India

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