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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - January 3, 1925, Bathurst, New South Wales Smike Australia for australians saturday january 3rd, first National pre cants bar Bara la of Charr and Conway yearly in Hie we Hite Moth a sensational Romance of o Paris theatre see Mies Marr arid Char les de Roche in the gorgeous and difficult dance the spider and the Moth William Fox presents Genevieve Tobin or a no Mother to guide. Her a pulsing human Story of life s contrasts made for human folks to enjoy a Story stressing the value of Home comedy serial Gazette and orchestra. Prices As usual. Book your seats at the red Rose. Matinee 3 o clock no Mother to guide hell phantom for tune comedy Scenic Gazette. Tuesday Viola Dana in in search of a thrill wednesday and thursday Norma Talmadge and Eugene o Brien in secrets ? ? a Friend of the beef Barons. Recently. W g the nationalist member for Hac Anarie Goj jerked that tie australian meat exporters Shoa a be subsidised in resort to freight or. Manning was Moat up Fol to Apuin that if australian producers were of the same level a those of fico Argentine a would be removed. Just so. Certainly or. Manning scheme would be a Magna Focient scheme for the beef Barons of Australia. So far As they Are concerned it would be All cop. But How about the meat Consumers of Australia they would be caught with both barrel. Firstly they would be paying to make meat scarce in Australia and cheaper in England and. Secondly Tecoy would Bare to pay dearer Here for their meat be cause of the Scarcity caused by them having to dip their hands in their own pockets to As list in sending it to Olber. A. To is. Scat of the Thorld. As is already too dear in Australia and altogether too expensive for too of the workers and their families to Purchase. Mow or. Manning proposes to further increase the Price. And thus make a almost prohibitive. As far As Many workers on the bread line Are concerned. Or. Manning in his Deblare to enrich the meat Kings coolly pro poses that tie meat eaters of austra liar te., the bulk of the workers a should dip their bands in their pockets to provide cheap meat for the people of London. No wonder or. To nning is a Groat favorite with the meat Kings of the sir Sydney Kidman Type. Nor 1s it any wonder that the beef Barons Are found at election time paying and praying for the return of or. Manning and other nationalists of his specie. If the member for Mac Quarie had any regard for the inter ests of the masses generally he would not be proposing to pay portion of the freight for the meat Kings of Australia. Instead he would be fighting his hardest to preserve the purple us meat by establishing canner ies and such Uke right Here in Australia. Then the meat could be canned by australians and if Neces sary a Bounty Given towards the encouragement of so important an Indus try. It would also mean that our workers would be provided with most necessary employment cheaper meat and Genera Benefit to the inter eats of Australia As a whole. ? a Good 8tart the Bathurst police court has com men cod the year Well. Only a couple of minor cases were heard on new year s Day and yesterday Tho report was All clear.meth0di8t 8unday 8ervice8 William Street 11, her. R Maidment Dunkeld 3 . William street7.16 Rev. F. J. Ball . . Dennis Island 11, Calzola 3, South Bathurst 7.15, Rev. H. Green. White Rock 3, or. Naylor. Per Hville 3, or. H. Har Ris Raglan 3, or. J. Tarn South Bath urst in to be supplied. Kelso wednesday Rev f. J. Ball. Magnificent donations. During the Pant 12 months the sum of �13,600 was Given by the follow ing to the Church of England building fund mrs Walthaw or. Walter Mcintosh or. Longworth and mrs. Nic Holas. With the sum in hand it is anticipated that the first portion of the new Cathedral will be built this year. It in 86 years Slanco Tho foun Dation Stone of All saints Cathedral was Laid. It is 69 years since the Bells in the Tower Wero first rung. The Bells Cost �300. They have not been used As they should be for Many years but with the re building of Tho Cathedral the glorious Chlieb will be heard. Bells. From time to time one reads of bolls. The largest Bell in Tho world a and the world is a big place was cast in Moscow and is still in exis tence but it was never rung a it was cracked when it left the Furnace. It weighs 198 tons is 19 feet High and 60 feet round Tho rim. The largest tie ii in use is also at Moscow and weighs 128 tons. During Tho last 60 years Church Bells have been cast weighing from 7 to 17 tons. The present generation would hardly believe that All the Bells in the Village churches around Bathurst were cast in Bath urst but nevertheless. It is a fact. The Bells in George s Plains Fitzger Aid s Valley. Yetholm then known As the frying Tano Connell and Many others were All cast at a foun dry in Piper , by or. James Mailer who was an expert. General Stewart. A lot has been epic and written about it pleasant which belongs to the Stewart family. It was said that general Stewart was governor 1 for 24 hours and that when in that position he stood on Tho Mound and claimed an the Iana no Cociu see. Well this is All Moonshine. On Decem Ber 8, 1824 Over 100 years ago or. Stewart who was not a general but a lieutenant in Tho 3rd regt., of Tho buffs was appointed lieutenant go Vernor. To reigned until december 18, loot 12 Days. Tho next Day it. General r. Darling was appointed go Vernor. Responsible government did not come in until May 1856, 16 year ago. Sir William Thomas Denison .b., was the Llrath governor and to opened the Denison Bridge at Bath tint which was named Otter him. This Bridge was washed away in 1867. Baptist Church notice8. Sunday january 4 a Athirst morn ing 11 Rev. I j. Ball . Even ing 7.15 communion Rev. R. Maidment Eglinton 3 ., Rev. R. Maidment. Musical education. The Well known and proficient violinist j. Macg Owia. Who was a Pupil of the renowned russian vol lust a Muscha Goflin announces that he is prepared to take a limited number of pupils. His address is 163 Rankin Street. The vegetable crop vegetables Are now going away from the Bathurst railway goods bed in Large quantities. Last month 271 tons Loewe. Of cabbages were con signed and Over 65 tons of onions were despatched. The onion crops in some parts of the District were particularly heavy. Mission services. Considerable interest is being taken in the Mission services which Are to be conducted in the Odd Fellows Hall commencing to Mcrrow the 4th inst., at when the subject will be after death what on wednes Day evening next the subject will be satan. Who is he Why does not god destroy him a Snake in the tank some children playing near a tank at the residence of or. And mrs. E. Gunning at 19 Russell Street yesterday invited their parents to come and have a look at the big worm the big worm turned out to be a Slaty coloured Snake about 3ft 4 inches in or. James Kessey father of mrs. Gunning with the assistance of a Hoe pinned his Snake shop in such a position As to allow his Quick Des Patch with a Stout stick effectively welded by mrs. Gunning. School of arts monday night january 5th. Drew s vaudeville touring company. Frank a. Dennie the singing Saxa Phonia late of Royal Southern singers introducing the Only Spanish guitar in Australia Corrie and Verne Peggy Faye. Frank and Dorothy. Ted titty Elsie Mack and other artists. Popular prices 2/ and 1/, plus tax. Book your seats at the red Rose. No ext a charge. ? Burlington pictures the six part All British production hornets nest was filmed from the widely read novel by Andrew Soutar. It will to shown in the second part of to night s programme. The principal roles will be played by Florence turn or. Tho location lathe Village of Hornet s West at the loot of the bus sex Downs and the principal charac is Captain Anthony Cobb whose adventures provide a Story of fab can Niong interest. The new Jack Hole picture the Back Trail to be shown in the first half is a Western drama in which mystery predominates. Made under direction of Cliff Smith who did nearly fifty Bill Hart productions and Replete with Beautiful scenery this picture should Delight All who love the open country stories. The support includes the Century comedy fear less fools 2 Reeland Gazette with music by Tho full orchestra and District band. Stalls 9d, and dress Clr clo 1/3, with Reb Orves 1/6 per phone 270. For monday not Fred Thomp son s third picture. The dangerous Coward and being respectable Monte Blue. City picture8 a urst National picture featuring Barbara la Marr and Conway thearlo and entitled Tho White Moth we to.nlrttattaacf0n, it 1110 cloy a a tiros to Nighti a feature of this plot Uris the gorgeous dance of the Snir Ana the Moth which is one of Tho most beautifully executed dances Over been in motion pictures. Tho Romance is Laid in Paris and Newyl a c it deals with Tho Gay night life of Tho latin Quarter and society life in Manhattan. William Fox pre sents Gene Loro Tobin in no Mother to guide her this Story possesses much of Tho deep and searching emotional Appeal that Tho foundation of4 Over Tho Hill a Story of ? great interest to All and withal most entertaining. Prices As usual. Book your beats at Rod Rose. Matinee,3 o clock a no Mother to guide her phantom Fortune comedy Gazette and is Enle. Tuesday a Viola Danna in in search of a thrill wednesday and thursday a Norma Talmadge and Eugene o Brien in secrets Iak Lipoi War or irritation strike probable Sydney. Friday. There is a possibility zen irritation strike being Tatoush out the railway service at. An Early Date. The state Council of Tho will meet in Sydney to Morrow Wees to consider Tho proposal for the introduction of an irritation or regulation Triko and should Tho proposal be adopted it is not expected to come into Force unless it receives Tho approval of tie state conference of the Anion we Sci takes place on february 26 if the later body also decides in favor of the strike it will probably take place during the easter period when the Royal show and Randwick races Are being held. Or. Chapman state Secretary of the . Stated to Lay that the Union had several grievances which needed attention. The principal grievances were that the commissioners were hamper Long the Union efforts at organising. That the 1917 strikers had not been properly restored to the seniority lists that men engaged in Active Union work were being penal ised and that the railway employees did not have a representative on the Board of management. Car capsizes family s bad Luck Melbourne. Friday. A motor car capsized at Berwick to Day when a Tyre caught in a rut and blew out. Five persons including four of the one family named hand cock were admitted to Hospital. Methodist Church u Imam Street morning. Rev. Maid tent evening. Rev. Ball a new year s watchword everybody Wel come. Latest forecast unsettled with rain and Thunder in parts of the Eastern half some Hall also Likely sultry North East winds in the North East Quarter Cool southerly change spreading Dver the state fresh to Strong and squally on the coast. Band programme the Bathurst District band under the conductor ship of or. S. Lewns will Render a Choice programme of music in Machattie Park to Morrow night at 8.30. Included in the pro gramme will be a selection cossacks March Cornet Solo Star of Bethle hem Cornet Solo. The holy City and a grand selection Stephen Adams songs vital statistics the vital statistics for Bathurst during the Quarter ended december 31, 1924, were made available yester Day. Births Are shown at 103, As compared with d6 for the previous Quarter an increase of 17. While in each of the two periods the deaths totalled 40. Tho total births for 1924 were 364 and the deaths 160. Under the heading of deaths the number of males in every Case exceeds that of females the totals Tor the year being 100 and 60 respectively while under tie heading births the numbers Are nearly equal. Dur ing the past year 183 males and 181 females were born and during the last Quarter 51 und 52 respectively. Overland on top at Penrith Speedway on new year s Day the sports Overland won every race on the programme. This car won the All Powers Handicap Challenge race Between the Vauxhall and the Overland 5 Miles in 4.51 and the car championship of 10 Miles Onen to All cars. In this last race the Overland was flout the Itala second and the Vaux Hall third time 9 minutes 28 seconds. In Tho All Power Handicap the Over land put up a record for the course the time for 5 Miles being 4 minutes 63 seconds. Considering that these cars Are Selling for �-240, it makes one Bros. George Street Are the agents. School of arts or. George Drew s vaudeville Coy will appear again at the school of arts on monday night january 6th. Or. Frank a. Denote the singing saxophonist late of the Royal Southern Singer will re appear. During his act to will introduce Tho Spanish Gui tar the Only instrument of its kind in Australia. Corrle and Veone the versatile boys Are Patter artists angers a Rad simultaneous dancers. Peggy Faye is a Clever male Leper a senator and Soubrette Kvanka and Dorthy Are very entertaining As Are Elsie Mack and the old favorite Tutty. Prices As Faunl 2/ and 1/ plus tax. No extra charge is made for booking seats at Calll s music store. Necessity is the Mother. The australian Small Boj is nothing it he is not resourceful. A most laughable incident illustrating this took place out at Hill end on new tear s Day. A party of Bathurst ans a including a number of ladies who were out for the Day. Chobe a spot on the Edge of a dam on Holch to hold their picnic. In the dam were a number of Small boys enjoying a swim and the Pic ulcers wondered Why the boys wore Content to stay All the afternoon without coming out of the water. Presently however they discovered the cause of Tho trouble. With the exception they had no swimming costumes and could not get their clothes the exception had a pair of Dungaree trousers on and it was he who solved to prob Lem for the rest coming out on to Tho Bank he pulled his a Hurt and dry trousers on and ired the dung Roob Back to another boy to put on. Each lad did the same until the last of them emerged much to the amusement of the party on the Bank. ? australians pile up 600 Brilliant batting by Richardson Hartkopf bats Well Melbourne Friday. The second test match was continued at the Melbourne Cricket ground to Day. In warm weather and on a perfect widget there were 40,000 spectators during the afternoon. Vic Tor Richardson batted confidently Hlatt ing the English Bowler All Over Tho Field. After scoring his first Century in test matches to went on to make 138, the highest score yet made in the two tests. He was the third australian to be run out Ponsford the Brilliant victorian did not last very Long when play Wab resumed. Alter Only one run had been scored a was bowled by Tate with out adding to his overnight score. Crowds assembled at the Gates at 9.30 and by the time the match started the attendance was 20,000, Tate As usual being Tho Bowler. Off the fourth Ball which Rose High Richard son made a great Square Cut for a Bingle. The next Ball however Pons Ford pulled into his wicket without b co ring. He had played a great Knock for 128 yesterday and he and Richardson put on 93 for the fifth wicket. Ponsford had been at the wickets for 220 minutes and in his score were included six fours. Gilligan bowled from the other end. The wickets seemed Tricky at the Start of the innings and the batsmen had to be careful Kelleway played the rest of Tho Over and shaped very confidently but be left anything on the Olf severely alone. Meanwhile Richardson went on to Bat in sparkling fashion although it took him 21 minutes to add 10 runs. In g11i1 Gan s third Over Richardson drove blk hard to the Fence and two balls later repeated the stroke bringing his score to 50 in 124 minutes. Tho applause that greeted Richardson was most generous. Gilligan then took himself off and gave Tyldesley a trial. Gilligan s average then was 1 for 68 and Tyldesley s 0 for 57. The first two overs from the new Bowler pro Elded Only. Two runs. His length was perfect. Tate was More expensive than he was yesterday As in his sixth Over Richardson Cut him through the slips with a Lucky shot to the Fence. He then landed him High to the on for tour and then Cut him for a single. This was the first time in the two tests that two fours had been hit Oft Tate in the one Over. In Tyldesley s next Over Richardson gave Douglas at Square leg an easy catch but it was dropped. Later Richardson brought 350 up made in 319 minutes. Rich Ardson was then 07. Woolley dispensed with All slips. 1 usually he has one at Short slip but As it turned out he did not need it. As a matter of fact very few strokes had been made behind the wicket except on the leg Side throughout the match. Richardson was batting attractively though at first he was a Little Uncer Tain and. In running Between the wickets he and Kelleway lost runs but Richardson s batting improved so rapidly that he now commenced to do As he desired with the Bowling. A Quarter of an hour before lunch Tate was again tried. Richardson forced him away to. Leg and made his score 95. Then Tate asked for a new Ball As the old one was damaged. That was the last Over before lunch and Richardson cover drove Tate for 2. At the adjournment the score was 5 wickets for 377, Richardson being 98 and Kelleway 17. When play was resumed Douglas opened the attack from the stand end. Richardson scored a single and reached 99. Then facing Tate he Square Cut him for a single and reached the Century. He was Given a wonderful ovation which broke out afresh when somebody in Tho crowd called for three cheers. Richardson had occupied the creases 178 minutes. The next Ball Kelleway. Was beaten and nearly bowled. The Ball Albo beat Strudwick and went for four byes. Kelleway was terribly slow and scored 29 whilst Richardson had added 70. Richardson opened his shoulders to Douglas forced him to the on and drove him past Coyer for 4 off successive balls. Douglas then rear ranged the Field and pent a Man deep out. The next bail Richardson drove Between Point und cover to the Fence and once More Douglas filled up the Gap by taking a Man away from slips. Richardson promptly late Cut the next Ball to the Fence and turned the next two balls of the Over for two and three respectively. Thus six strokes Oft Doug Las had yield of 21 runs. In the meantime Richardson had run past Ponsford score and was now 138. The 400 was hoisted in 401 minutes. Re Chardon then lashed out at Tate and pulled him to the Fence. Then in attempting to make it four from an overthrow he was thrown out by Chapman. It was a perfect Climax to a wonderful display and Tho crowd gave him a tremendous ova Tion. Richardson was at the wickets 194 Man Ute for 138 runs and hit 13 fours. At 400 Kelleway bit his first 4, after two hours batting and two Man Ute later hit another and entered the thirties. When to had Mado 32, Kelleway was caught behind the. Wicket off Gilligan. He had played a stubborn innings for 128 min utes and hit two fours. Gregory who joined Hartkopf soon ran to double figures while his part Ner was Only 3. Then Hartkopf drove Tyldesley to the of nce and passed the 450 Mark in 445 minutes. Hartkopf had then been at the wickets 35 minutes and was Only 7. He then turned Tyldesley to Fine leg to Tho Fence. Gregory opened his should ers to Gilligan drove him for four past cover and pulled him for three. Gregory was making his runs splendidly after he jumped into his Bride. From the outset frequent changes were made in Tho Bowling but they affected no result except More runs. It looked now As if the 1011-12 test record of 589 runs by England was in danger. When Hartkopf was 15 to gave Sut Cloffa a hard Chance in Tho Outfield off Hearne but it was very Low. When he was 14, Gregory skied a Ball off Tate and Gilligan running Back and cleverly judging the Ball took a Good catch Gregory made his score in 41 minutes and hit six fours. He was Given a wonderful ovation and several people grabbed him by the arms nearly wringing them off. Five Hundred appeared in 47 min utes. Then Hartkopf opened out of Woolley who had replaced Hearne and lifted him to the Fence. At the adjournment Hartkopf was 26 and Oldfield 1, and the total 8 for 507. After Gilligan took up the at tack at the Richmond end and the fifth Ball Hartkopf drove hard through covers for four. It was a glorious stroke and won great applause. Tyldesley who had been Bowling Well with bad Luck and had 108 runs against him for no wickets took Charger at the other end and bowled a Maiden Over to Oldfield. The sky became overcast and rain threatened causing the englishmen consternation. Oldfield in playing a Ball by Gilligan fell full length on the ground skinning his Elbow slightly. The next Ball he drove with great Power to the Fence Between covers and when attempting to pull Tyldesley again fell Fiat on the ground to the accompaniment of roars of laugh . ? Hartkopf was batting brightly and Laid on the Wood. He hit Tyldesley for in one Over while Oldfield drove him for three. In the next Over which was from Tate who relieved Gilligan Hartkopf reached e0 in 113 Man Ute and immediately after wards 550 was brought up by a delightful on shot for three by old Field. The innings had been in Progress 522 minutes. It now looked certain that the world s record score would be passed because both batsmen had become thoroughly set this proved to be the Case for when the last wicket had fallen Australia had scored 600 runs. The official attendance was Esti mated at 47,000 and the receipts �4699 v8a Lod. The total receipts for the two Days Wero �10,010 8s Hod compared with �8,200 for the first two Days of the Sydney test. The previous record test score was 59 by England in 1911-12. Scores a Australia first innings Collins c Strudwick b Tate. 9 Bardsley c Strudwick b Gilligan 19 a. Richardson run out ? 14 Taylor run out ? ? 72 Ponsford b Tate ? ? ? 128 v. Richardson run out ? 138 Kelleway c Strudwick b Gilligan 32 Gregory c Gilligan b Tate. 44 Hartkopf c Chapman Lull. Gan ? ? ? ? 80 Oldfield not out. ? 39 Mailey Lbw. B Douglas ? 1 sundries ? 24 total ? ? ? ? 600 Bowling Tate 3 for 142, Douglas 1 for 95, Tyl Desolyn 0 for 130, Gill Gan 3 for 114, Hearne 0 for 69, Wool ley 0 for 36. 8utcliffe injured Melbourne Friday. Sut Cline the English batsman is the first player to suffer an injury in the present test. He has torn the fibres of his right Elbow rather severely. Or. Pope who attended him said that it will be probably five or six weeks be fore he will to All right every time Sutcliffe who is in Tho Outfield returns the Ball to Tho wicket he suffers a severe twinge of pain. The second elevens Sydney Friday. The last Day s play de tween Queens land and new South Wales second eleven was entered upon at the Syd Ney Cricket ground to Day. Queens land with eight wickets Down for 21, declared their innings closed. O con nor the Captain who made 141 in the first innings contributed 47 and Oxenham made 41. Bubb took 2 for 44, Hooker 2 for 31 and Morris Bey 2 for 48. The match ended in a draw. New South Wales in the second visit to the wickets lost 4 for 255, Salmon and punch each making 94. Local Cricket owing to the match George s Plains v. The rest being cancelled by the inability of George s Plains to Muster a team the following players will play a match on show ground no 1 to Morrow possible v probable r. Jeffrey g. Barr Churchill a. Read Ryan Rev. Green r. Lloyd w. Baxter r. Baylor a. Jessop r. T. Cole h. Myers b. Howe s. Crebar d Java Down s. Glazebrook a. Glasson f. Williams r. Lindsell l. Lindsell h. Schumack r. Mckellar o. Croaker and any others debit Long to play. The following will represent Eglon ton against drama on saturday Jan uary 3 Taylor Godfrey Freeman Bonham f. And a. Hill a. And s. Mcgregor Dinger 6 racer g. A Lamont Cranston 12 a. Lamont 13. The following will represent the Globe Cricket club to Day on the sports. Ground against rovers at 2 . A j. Butler j. Bulloch n. H. Lamont c. Piper h. Blight t. Austin f. Brown h. Howard. The Crest Rae Case hearing again adjourned Sydney Friday. Ine a.k.1/. Hoard of control set to Day when the Appeal of Walter Lee against the decision of the Ascot Stew Ards in disqualifying him and the Brown Mare Cros Traa for a term of two years on november 17 waft heard. After hearing additional evidence further consideration was postponed until tuesday next at 2 o clock. The hearing of Tho Appal of c. Cook again by the decision of the Rose Bory stewards was postponed a pills Tho same Date. Mph gaol charges a wet adm Nistela authorities attacked governor 8eerys denial Tho f our Dos. Under the caption of a volts from Bathurst gaol by Ono who knows appeared in yesterday s Issue of the labor Dally a this too Fenn tto and Wise it were if each could know Tho Amo a that every prison that men ouija is built with bricks of shame ? and bound with bars lest Christ should see How men their Brothers Malm. A Ballad of Reading gaol new year s eve the magic name of a season redolent of Good cheer to the meanest of mortals and the cup that cheers vhf the Exchange of Greet Ings and Goodwll Lor the new year. But the time of peace on Earth and Goodwill toward men is to be Dis honoured by an act. Of Petty tyranny perpetrated by the state minister for Justice and ignorant officials against the prisoners in Bathurst gaol. The unfortunate inmates of this institution will be forced to Parade Dur ing the holidays a Sunshine or rain a instead of being permitted As hither to to be seated in the exercise Yards or walk about As they wish. Punishment of rebels in May last a Becton of the press reported with its usual carelessness As regards veracity what purported to be rebellion of prisoners in Bath nest gaol or. Ley who gets his lows on the inner Workings of his department from second hand Zeporta of Gaoler determined to inflict special misery on the entire gaol with the exception of three men in the polishing shop who were staunch loyalists and were repaid by having their petitions for release ref tired and the Domestic staff were locked up in a division or solitary with one hour s exercise in 24 for a period of three months. This order took effect on May 17, and terminated on August 18. On the latter Date m03t of the punished men Wero allowed to return to work and privileges. Including strike leaders who had Given the governor of the gaol information \ coercive treatment. Edward Lee serving a life sentence who has already completed 10 years and has been notable for Good conduct and known to All visiting Oha plans As the gaol s late organist and choir master was ordered special coercive treatment several other prisoners were like Wise ordered indefinite coercion and separate Locking up. ? these men Are physically and men tally weakening under the severe punishment the minister for Justice has been consulted by sympathisers but refuses to give any Hope to the unfortunate victims of the Law. The prison surgeon has not used the plenary advisory Powers vested in him to Aid the condition of his charges. New orders. New warders have recently been sent to Bathurst gaol. The policy of the governor whole handling of the Battle of Bathurst As the May strike is known locally was Iliad Vised and he continued to be misdirected from an executive Point of View. All warders Are not inconsiderate men but when a staff is disorganised the prisoners suffer. Prisoners Ilka others respond to fair play and fair treatment but they do not get this at Bathurst. They work with a will for most of their officers despite severe trials and Admire the efforts of the Deputy governor to assist them. The Deputy is known As a a tract disciplinarian but he is just. On be ing approached by prisoners prior to going on his holidays he said that the matter of the restoration of the privilege of sitting on seats in the exercise Yards instead of walking with Coats buttoned in the boiling Sun rested entirely with Tho minister. The gaol governor dismissed the application with a Curt not while i m Here does the minister know. What is or. Ley going to do about it All. Six strikes in six month and one Bayonet massacre the latter ordered by the Deputy comptroller and governor of Long Bay Penitentiary. A Btl ring record for one of the state b most terrible abodes. Brutality will not is not England in the Middle Ages. ? those in authority Are unaware seemingly that Justice can be tempered with mercy. Meanwhile tha new year with All its Hopes is upon us. Are prisoners still to be coerced the governor s denial i interviewed yesterday by an advocate reporter regarding the above statements iter. J. Seery governor of the Bathurst gaol said a i can say is that there is absolutely no truth whatever in tha int Ament. Contained in the article referred to. I give the whole business a Complete denial governor Seery added the administration of this gaol is governed by act of parliament and so Long As certain Rales and regulations remain on the statute then the administrators must abide by them he added that there was absolutely no do Content amongst either the prisoners or the officers in the Bathurst gaol and he was at a loss to under stand such statements. The same treatment 1b meted out to the prison ers Here As at Maitland Goulburn Long Bay or any other of the Dybcio Lunary institutions. Governor Seery 3 last words to the 1 interviewer were i personally see to it that every prisoner in Telb gaols 1b fairly and justly treated u kicked by horse he Young Man killed Adelaide. Friday. Ii Orgo Halberton 24 who iwed at Pott Vince it was about to tie Hll horses to a Post when one. Swerved and kicked him. Halberton groaned fell Down and never moved again. Libi i Wisht Florence Turner in Andrew Souter o famous a tory a rate meal a British production in six reels. Captain Anthony Cobb Camo Back from the sea the Settle in Tho Village ? with his Wilfo end his big ambitious con. Jack h03ie, in the Back Trail everybody loves Beautiful scenery. A Here s a real treat. In this Western 8mlth directed. He made nearly fifty of Pill Hart s biggest ? productions. Comedy Gazette orchestra and District baud. Prices As usual. Prices is usual. Monday s attractions being respectable Mont Blue the dangerous Coward Fred. Thompson. White slave traffic startling disclosures in Melbourne. Girls my8teriously disappear Melbourne. Eilda. ? following on the mysterious disappearance of Many Young girls the police have instituted enquiries which Lead them to suspect that Tise White slave traffic May be responsible Spe Cial Steps have Fecsen taken to eradicate the already a Man has been arrested. 8ensationsl disclosures Are expected. Reports to the police have indicated that men of Loose character have been operating from motor cars in the City suburbs luring Young girls to certain premises in the City where they Are Given drink and sometimes drugged these men most of whom Are Well known to the police Are said to drive up to the front of big stores just at closing True and offer to take the girls for a Joy ride. One girl who was rescued from the clutches of the gang told a most sordid Story of her adventures to the police. Several Young girls have been found drowned of late and others Haive taken their lives in other ways. The police have More than a suspicion that some of these girls have been the innocent victims of unscrupulous scoundrels. Ald Burke consideration by . Executive endorsement May by with drawn Sydney Friday. It was stated to Day that the state executive of the . When it meets next week will give consideration to the Case of Aid m. Burke who was the subject of an unfavourable report by or. Lamb . Who recant by enquired into charges of Munici pal corruption. In Well informed circles it was stated to Day that the executive would carry a Resolution withdraw ing the endorsement and recommend ing to the City Council labor Cau Cus that they should consider his position As an Alderman. Personal miss Winnie Harris of Blayney late of o Connell is going into training As a nurse. Miss Doris Whalan of o Connell has gone into training As a nurse., eve e h. Lea Rector of St. Mark s Church at Darling Point has been appointed Rural Dean of East Sydney. Or. Lea was for Bome time Rector of St Barnabas Church Bath urst South. During the present month the Rev. C. J. Allen Rector at Gulong will take charge of the Millthorpe Parish an the Rev. La. V. Caldwell of Milthorpe will go to Gulong or. Allen will be remembered 9s Rector of St Barnabus Bathurst South for some Many friends of mrs. Charlton of George Street will be sorry to learn hat she is at present in alow condition causing much anxiety to her relatives. ? the funeral of the late or. George , moved Fromi Shis late residence Blacktown yesterday after noon and. Was very largely remains which were. Encased. In an. Oaken casket were carried to and from the Hearse by six of deceased former friends messes h. Congo r. Humphrey. Browning a eat pick Mcfarlane prior arid w. Bailey. The remains were taken into holy Trinity Church where the Rev. Douglas con ducted a Short service prior to the interment which was made in holy Trinity Church cemetery. The Rev. A. C. Grieve officiated at the graveside lie chief mourners were deceased s widow and family or. J. Sutherland or. Blackett and i1 or Mcfarlane. Amongst others present were a Aid. J. Beddle or. N. Richardson representing the . & p. Association & or. J. Miller the caledonian society wreaths Wero received from a Nan and Loving. Children old Friend Angus Campbell Cale i Donlan society Jim arid Belle or. And Juis Harry Crago Gowan employees or. And mrs. R. H. Browning or. And mrs Peacock or. Bubby and family or. And mrs. H. Piper mrs. T. W. Anderson miss Evans Jack and Mabel s mrs Delhunty Phil and Archie or. Arid Jere f Cam heed. Mrs. Brodie and Aubrey Emmie and Janle e. Fig treo ail Way Bant or. Fraser Thompson or. And mrs. Lindsay or. And mrs. A h. Neal mrs Jagg Smith or. And sirs. W. H. And mibs Bulloch or. Anat mrs. A. Sulli Van and family or. And mrs d. Bar tori.?

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