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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - January 5, 1925, Bathurst, New South Wales Australia for australians monday. January a 182s. Gew alms late8t forecast Cloudy with showers still on parts or the coast and tablelands and in Tho North Eastern mostly too in the Western areas Cool to moderate temperatures South East to Easterly we Nib fresh to squally at places on Tho coast North from Sydney. Or. Lawrence Campbell coming with an australian repudiation or. Lawrence Campbell the elocution St will give a humorous and dramatic recital in Tho masonic Hall on wednesday night next or. Camov Bell will be appearing for one night Only and the Public should not mibs this Opportunity of a High class entertainment school of arts or. George Drew s vaudeville tour ing coy., will appear at the school of arts to night. A Drew has entered into a special engagement with Frame a. Dennio the sinning saxophonist late of Tho Royal Southern singers to appear to night in a special musical act during which he will introduce the no in a a Nelv instrument of its kind in Australia. Corrie and Verne the versatile boys Patter artists and simultaneous dancers will appear again. Peggy Faye whose performance was appreciated at her recent appearance is coming again. Frank and Dorothy Are Clever entertainers. Your old favorite ted Tutty will re App a and also Elsie Soubrette and dancer. Popular prices 2a and la plus tax. No extra charge for booking beats at Challis in Sec store. School of arts to night Drew s vaudeville touring company. Special engagement of a Frank a. Dennie the banging Sarap honest late of Royal Southern singers introducing the Spanish guitar. Corrie and Verne versatile boys Patter Art tits singers and dancers. Peggy Faye. Clever male Impersonator and Sou Brette. Frank and Dorothy. Clever entertainers. Ted Tutty your old favorite. Elsie . Soubrette and dancer. Popular prices 2/ and 1/. Plus tax. Book your seats at Cabin s. No extra charge. Burlington pictures the Story of the master picture be ing respectable was taken from the novel and Best seller of Tho same name by Grace Flandrau. It is a modern society drama Wun me sus Pense maintained until the finish of the six reels. The Brilliant cast includes Marie pre ost Monte Blue Lou be Fazenda and Irene Rich. The baby in the cast is said to be one of the sweetest children that Ever figured in a screen Story. Tho picture is reputed to be particularly enter talk ing. It up the surging Pas Siodo that lie hidden beneath the out Ward Calm of apparently respectable new York residents. The Story applies to lots of i eople of average to Cial standing we carry on heedless of All convention or of what the world than Kab of them. Tho unhappy tangle tha was the outcome of one particular Case forms the nucleus of this Vicy fascinating society play. The screening time will be about 9 o clock the dangerous Coward 5 reels starring Fred Thompson the world s athlete and bib horse Silver Klug will to shown in Tho first half. Tho Patho comedy before the Public 2 reels with Gazette and a new musical programme by the orchestra. Prices us usual old and is 3d. With reserves no extra per phone 270. I the Aurea again Tho Aurea car came through Trio recent 1 hour reliability trial with out a scratch distance 442 Miles Over most mountainous country in Australia Sydney to Katoomba Zenolan caves Oberon Bathurst Sofala Hill end mud geo caper tee Marang Roo Lowenfels Katoomba Sydney. Apart from the routes being bad in places the climatic conditions were very trying rain Mist and fog being encountered in route during Mostof the night. There were penalties for Early arrivals at controls As Well As late arrival and Aurea lost 9 Points at Hampden owing to a lock in the petrol pipe and Jet. Competitors who arrived without losing control Points should Havo lost considerably Moro than 9, owing to the following leaving Mudgee considerably before schedule time allowing passenger to drive through requiring sleep Many shortages and breakages on arrival in Sydney. It 1b worthy of note also that out of a possible 25 Points allowable for Early arrivals Aurea made an aggregate 24, and owing to severe Tyre trouble Between Cudge Gong and Ilford had to average 32.5 Miles per hour Over this very mountainous country to Lowenfels to reach on schedule Elmo. This was achieved with 6 minutes to spare. Average pet Rol consumption for the whole journey 30 Miles per gallon on any benzine pro curable throughout the circuit. Stolen cars 8ydney leads Melbourne. Melbourne. Sunday. During Tho year 226 motor carts wore Stolon from the Streeto of Mel Bourne. Of these 204 Wero recovered. Somo were found at Tho Bottom of charms and wore practically use less. Many of Tho recovered ends wore Burnt and stripped of All Valu Able Jaccob Borica. None for 283 j England s great fight Sutcliffe and hod133brill ant 5 a Melbourne sunday. Smiling cheerfully that Groat pair Hobbs _ and 8utcutfo strode to too wickets to con nonce. A Ahmad a san Pendora task overhaul Australia s total of 600 runs. Before lunch 70 Man were on we Board and after the interval the partners hit out at the Bowling. But Ciliffo being particularly aggressive and the Century offs quietly passed. This la the third time in successive timings that this pair has had a three figure partnership. An enormous crowd packed the ground. It Retjos nosed the great pro Blem Hobbs and Sutcliffe bad to face and when the 100 was reached they received 4 round of cheers. At the Tea adjournment 181 Runa wore on the Board without loss. When Hobbs got Bis Century the eighth in Tost cric Ket the crowd of 50,000 got to their feet and gave him a Stoat ovation. At 6 o clock the great pair were still together and the Board showed 283 runs. Neither had Given what could to As a Chance. Nobody imagined this morning that Australia s 600 would be in danger. Another Victory seemed a foregone conclusion but it now looks Odds on England exceeding our great score despite previous experiences for eng land will set out on Monda with what amounts to a task of Only 317 runs to. Get in an innings. The treachery which frequently Marks the Melbourne wicket before lunch May be evident on monday and it seems that alone a excepting of course heavy rain to Morrow which is unlikely an save Australia in this first innings. The Cricket was anything but Vig Orous. The Bowling it s True was punished but Only in a spasmodic Way. Tho batsmen were out for keeps. They took no risks All Day Long a one cannot blame them for that and just calmly plodded along picking the right balls to score from. The bowlers could do no Good on such a perfect easy paced wicket which strange to say possessed no peculiarities before lunch to Day because there had been no heavy Dew during the night. A. Possible Chance was Given off Hart Kopf and a very stiff one off Mailey but with these exceptions the batsmen did not make an error. There was Only one Appeal for Lbw too and that was Only half hearted. The Plain fact is Tho batsmen did not miss the Ball which must to them have been the size of a cabbage. When Hobbs got his Century after 203 minutes a his second in two tests a he was accorded a tremendous ovation. Victor Trumper s record of six centuries now Takos almost a Back seat for this is Lobbs s eighth. What an astounding performance when he was 104 Sutcliffe gave Vic Richardson a terribly hot Chance at silly Point off Mailey. Had Richard son held it it would have been a phenomenal catch. That was at 5.15, soon after 5.30 . 250 appeared having taken 267 minutes. Hobbs reached his 150 at a few minutes to 6, having taken 290 minutes. At the end of the Day s play every member of the australian eleven looked seriously concerned and every englishman smiled broadly. The match though not yet marked by so Many individual records and distinctions As the Sydney test is perhaps most remarkable. Take the attendances 49,131 on thursday 46, 500 on Friday and 48,150 on saturday a a Tota of 114.42?. Thib is within 20,000 of Sydney s astounding record. The Gate takings to far amount to �14,816, or Only �1394 below Syd Ney s. Australia first innings. H. L. Collins c Strudwick b Tate 9 w. W. Bardsley c Strudwick b Gil Logan ? ?. 19 a. J. Richardson run out ? ? 14 w. H. I Tate ? 128 j. M. Taylor run out. ? 72 v. Y. Rec Lordson run out. 138 c. E. Kelleway o Strudwick b Gil Logan ? 32 a. E. V. Hartkopf c Chapman b ill Logan ? 80 j. M. Gregory c Gilligan b Tate 44 w. A. Oldt Leld not out ? 39 a. A. Mailey Lbw h Douglas. 1 sundries byes is leg Bye 5, no Ball 1 ? 24 total ? 600 fall of wickets Ono for 22, two for 47, three for 47, four for 208, five. For 301, six for 424. Seven for 439, right for 499, nine for 599, ten for 600. Bowling Tate 3 for 142, Douglas 1 for 95, Tyldesley 0 for 130, ill Logan 3 for 114, Hearne 0 for 69, Woolley 0 for 26. England. First innings. J. B. Hobbs not out ? ? 154 h. Sutcliffe not out ? 123 sundries byes 2, leg byes 2, no balls 2 ? 6 none for ? 283 Bowling Gregory 0 for 65, Kelle i Way 0 for 41, Mailey 0 for 78, Hart Kopf 0 for 77, a. Richardson 0 for 16. England jubilant Hobbs and Sutcliffe praised Reuter s special message. ?. , sunday. The gloom produced by the austra Lian test Cricket total changed to de Light on the news of England s magnificent reply. Papers during Tho week enu Are Ina aging in praises of the great Brand by Hobbs and Sutcliffe who Ard tipi Harocd of the tour. Crisp Iead lilies with succinct wording Topij placards symbolise the Public set of faction. At. The answer to the Tia Felt that Tho Wea ther is Jeff tax to. Ply. An. Important part in the subsequent stages of the game but whatever happens it is pleasant to feel that England s representatives Havo acquitted themselves Liko men. Test match in South Africa i an even game i Reuter s up Octal. Message a ? Capetown. Sunday in the second unofficial text match against or. Sol Joel a team of English j cricketer a Tho South africans collapsed somewhat sensationally before i lunch three wickets falling for five run. The englishmen had lost two. Wickets for 53 in their second innings at Tho luncheon adjournment. An outstanding feature was Tho Fine howling by Astill who took Flo wickets for 82. England s first innings yielded 174 runs. Holmes played a Chari Elsb inn Ings for 81. ? Nupen again1 bowled splendidly taking 7. Wickets for. 40 runs. Scores England first innings ? ? ? 283second innings Bowley c Taylor b Nupen ? 12 Tyldesley. Lbw b Nupen ? 4 Holmes c Duff b Hall ? 81 Russell . B Nupen ? 12 Mcbryan . B Nupen 3 Tennyson c Susa kind b Nupen. 4 Astill a Nupen ? ? 9 Kennedy c and b Duff ? 17 Gery . B Nupen ? ? ? ? 10 Geary . B Hall ?. 0 Parker not out ? ? 3 Pun dries ? 19total ? ? ? 17�j South Africa first innings. Catterall c Hartley b Asili. 7 Susskind run ont ? 19 Taylor c astir b Geary ? 112 no Ursa c Jameson Subb Astill 19. Deane c Bartley b Astill 16 Neser b Asili .8. Nupen c Jameson sub b Geary 17 Francois c Bartley b qw.i0 Duff j Astill v. 2 cunynghame not out. ,. 2 Hall b Geary. ? o sundries ? ? ? ? v. 17 total ? ? ? ? ? 211 ? town under water damage estimated at hundreds of pounds a a from 4 to 6 inches in 1j hours i r of Ashe 8undiy. I two men were drowned a third narrowly escaped while several Psolla yer _ Over. By lightning flashes to Day during on of a tip leg vast storoi9 Ever in Perlen ced Vrr Oranjian tha town to feet in.placi8,.andmuchda cia0e-w#seaife4d birth to oort Sci Tero est Erib and Bual Ness places. Top Elestra c ? Hal let fused in Pecos and there Vaa c Toni Horary Brcak Iorii Wylli Tun Telephone service was so badly disorganised that Many sub scribers to night were out of Call. The rain it was really a deluge a commenced to fall at la bout 12.30 and continued with increased intensity until about-2 o soon Milivy of the streets Wero cover6d Voith Wator. Summer. Street being converted. Into a Ain Latoufe River. The rat div Wrob Over a cd a and be Foro it Imide it 3. Wot into sow of he but Ines places and. Into Tho Ceuta. Of . I the club Aud Royal hotel Tho Roar of the storm he pealing of thin der and the vivid flashes lightning held the residents he paired in in Safe to say that never before Haff they experienced such . Much Imago was wrought by the flood w3ter�,.waich rushed. Hither and thither carrying All before tit Etc the electric Lig Jiing system of Hod Tor a time will e file Telephone serve e1 was completely disorganised during the height of the storm soveral peo ple Wero struck by lightning and thrown Down. These included mrs. Muller wife of Constable Muller who was thrown heavily fortunately she escaped serious icy by but tar tight is suf More or less from Slick. The others recovered after a while but All buffered from Shock. ? ? ? two men whose names Are unknown were carried Awa by the flood Waters and drowned. Edward Milne and two others he did not know took shelter under a Bridge at Brandy Creek some three Miles out. Find Denly a huge Bank of water appeared and overwhelmed two of Tho Tria one Man about 40 years of age and a younger Man were swept Tway and before they had a Chance to escape. Drowned. Milne had a providential escape. He managed to dive through some Briard Aud a tape. Up to 10 o clock one body had been recovered. The Orchards i the store Zon were badly damaged while Stolden crops As Well As Toboso Down la Tho Field suffered . The rain was so heavy As to make it impossible to secure an exact registration. However estimates. As to the extent of Tho fall vary from four to six inches in less than two hours. The real extent of the damage can not be estimated but it will certainly run into Many hundreds of pounds to night Fine and cold conditions pro the storm was purely local and did not extend As far As Blayney. Between 12 and 2 of clock a storm threatened Bathurst but apart from some Thunder and lightning and a few drops of rain to Hing eventuated. Light rain however fell for about in Lov a up train scares Bandit Adelaide. Satyr div. I ten minutes ? before Midnight on Friday a masked Bandit entered the Bowden railway station the next Sta Tion to Adelaide on the Pok Adelaide Lin and ordered or. Watson Eta ton master and his stuff to put up their bands. He then ordered wat son to put the Money on the counter. Tho station master walked to the till and knowing that the last train Adelaide was nearly due took As Long As possible in pc King up Small change and placing it on the counter i ? ? ? the Bandit was in the act of picking up the Cash when the train was pc re approaching. Becoming Audi Denly scared and evidently realising that the train staff would come to the Rescue immediately the train Drew up to dropped the Cash and backed out of the door still covering me. Watson and Bis companions. He then rushed along the platform and Dis appeared in the darkness just As the train stopped. There was an immediate Huo and cry but the efforts of the police and civilians in searching the Park lands in the Vicinity till an Early hour to the morning Wero futile. Tho Bandit is said to be a Young Mari in Hon Early twenties about 5ft 7in. Tall of Light build and dark hair. His accent was foreign. ? Thia is Trio third outrage of a similar. Nature within a Tew weeks. ? England in football 1 17 Points to 11 Victory an unpleasant incident visitors unbeaten record Reuters special message London saturday 1 Tho All Blacks Defeated England in Tho football test match to Day by 17 to it spectators began to appear at twin Stenman. Before Dawn and 5,000 were waiting at 10 o clock in Tho morn Ings there numerous soldiers and sailors noticeable including Sev eral from Tho Crew of the Royal Sov foreign bomb wearing new zealand colours. Everybody. Was Oivo Joyed at the Prospect of decent weather with a cessation of rain yesterday evening. The ground improved wonderfully overnight though it was still .Oft the game started at 2.30. In Dull Anil threatening weather and boisterous Sou 1 Wester before an attendance of 50,000 spectators. The Prince of Wales received a Tromonda ovation he Shook hands with All players of both teams. ? the outset England attacked but a free Felck relieved the pressure Flea minutes from Tho Start. England continued to press but met a wonder ? Sully sound defence. Ten minutes from the Start an unpleasant incident occurred Cyril Brownlee was sent off the Field. The English forwards were scrum aging splendidly and Sef Jeral penalty kicks Wero Given against the visitors. After a Quarter of an hour voyce England scored from the scrum. He kicked past sepia and Cove Smith dashing of scored a try Tor England Wido out. C. B rough failed to convert five minutes after England was penalised near half Way. the lick and the Ball w6nt very close Tho All Blacks Wero now pressing and by eel attempted a drop goal we lab missed. England was penalised again and Topia found touch within a few Yards of the Home line. Several scrum Taaga ensued by Young cleared faulty handling on the part of eng land let in the All Blacks and after scrum aging on the line Cooke Flung the Ball out to Svenson who scored wide out. Nicholls failed with the kick. The now sealanders Wero playing with great determination and from a scrum on the Homo Une Steele went Over in Tho Corner. Nicholls Kielc again missed. Just before the interval Nicholls scored with a penalty shot at goal. The scores at half Elmo were zealand 9, England 3. Immediately after resumption Cor Bett by a Clever kick carried played to the visitors half. The English for wards Wero still scrum aging finely and kept up the pressure. Occasion ally thei Home backs got going but they were never allowed to make ground. The game veered round in favor of the visitors and ten minutes after the resumption m. Brownlee crossed close to the Corner Flag. The place kick was most do Fol cult but Nicholls by a grand Effort converted. The new a eol Andrs continued to attack. Richardson gathered in the Loose and managed although collared to pass the Ball to Svenson who scrambled Over. Nicholls failed to con Vert. ? the new sealanders were being penalised and blokes found touch Well up Field. A minute later with a capital Pas blog movement the Home team saw Gibbs. England racing away nearing Steele he kicked ahead and an exciting race ensued ending in favor of the vib Tor who just managed to touch Down. Another penalty was awarded eng but rough missed. Gibbs again got away running splendidly but he kicked the Ball Over the Lino and Mills just managed to touch Down saving a certain try. The All Blacks were again penalised and this time Corbett made no in in Takia with the Klok. Shortly before i the end England was hard pressed on her own line. Young started a pass ing movement. Hamilton Wickes broke away and passed to Kittermaster. Who finished a great movement with a try under the bar. Conway converted. England finished strongly. The All Blacks concluded their tour of England with this match. By. Win Ning Del their engagements ? they but passed the performances of the famous All Blacks of 1905, who lost one match out of 82. Altogether their scored 654 Points against 98. The br0wnlee incident the referee s explanation j Reuter s Spe Olal message London saturday. a. Free by of Wales states that he ordered c. Brownlee off for deliberately kicking on the leg an eng Lish Forward lying fact downwards on Ella ground. He adds that to warned each Side generally three times and therefore was obliged to act drastically. The partie8 explain australian press association London sunday express Bays that Othey the referee after the All Blacks match stated i have for along time been an admirer of Brown Lee s playing. 1 spoke to both Cap. Gains before the match and emphasised that they should impress on the. Players to keep their temper. I ?. Warned All the players on either Side and gave two general warnings to the team before i ordered Brownlee off the Field. It Hurt very to do this but i Felt there Waff no alternative Brownlee said it was a piece of steer ill Luck on my part. I found myself in a series of minor retaliations and was unfortunate to be Dro Jyh Ped upon As the second Man in the .affair.1 i am very sorry this happen of in the last match by i think an other Man Shoul have gone off the Field besides myself. Nevertheless there is no ill feeling Wakefield Captain of the English team said a witnessed the incident and preferred to say nothing but he hid formed his own conclusions. The sunday express adds Mem be is of Tho All Blacks agree with the facts bet out by. The referee but main Tain that one of the English forwards was repeatedly off Side beats of 8ea drama. Crews Tehrie to Jefe. Renter s do Chat my Snake ? i Paris saturday. Without food or water a Little Flimsy clothing Toz prot feet them Frota Tho fierce , Luigi with Bis cot ii. Aca in-.th0 b0fetl3 Sarv Towi Etna wrecked Steamer ?i. Exhausted condition at it Small Ilbna one Villa Ere on the Crafft of France this terrible sea drama Toos place on the Brett any coast w cent severe gales. Tho Alfredo hound from Cardiff to Bayonne was Yureck de in a furious Gale. Seas filled the engine room and the Captain after vainly sending out . Signals pro ered the ship to to abandoned. ? the Crew managed to get into one of Tho ship s boats and drifted help le88ly for Days without food or water and very Little clothing. Six of the sufferers collapsed one after the other and died thirteen survivors landed at length at a Small place on the coast but they were so enfeebled by their terrible experiences that the majority of them Lay Down exhausted on the Beach while those who were Able to walk sought help. Meantime the with its grim Cream of six lifeless men Fly lifted out to sea and was not teen at sea new australian Steamer Montreal sunday. A message from new Jersey Bays that after Drifting helpless fully off the treacherous Seabright Sands for two hours yesterday the australian Steamer Ulo 2000 tons on her Maiden voyage out from England Wab finally reported to be Safe. The Ulo s engines failed while the vessel Wau proceeding from new port news to new York but Tereul Tima Toly re started. She is expected to be Able to reach port without Assis Tance. Coastguard Crews kept Pace with the Steamer while she was Drifting to wards the Shoals. World peace England and . Must work together. Reuter s special message new York. Sunday. ? England and the United states must work together for the peace of the world Viscount Cecil said yesterday. Kit an Anglo american Alliance to impose peace upon the rest of the world he added might be dangerous and dubious because the rest of the world might not understand the Altru ism of our motives off urged the adoption of a common peace policy with the free exercise of the joint influence of both nations. It count Cecil said that president Coolidge with whom be had conferred had expressed gratification at the Friendly relations existing Between the two count rids. That Means a great Deay because added lord Cecil in England we tryst president Coolidge implicitly. ? soviet officials claim Reuter s special message i new York sunday. The United states did 60 per cent Morel business with Russia in 1924 without official recognition than. With czarist Russia before tie War Accord ing t6 claims by soviet representatives Here they declare Russia bought 69,757v761 dollars Worth of United states goods. Liner in Gale the themj8tocles deluged australian press association i London sofa Day. The Themistocles met the Fuu Forca of the Gale in the i Captain Jermyn says that Tho seas v Ere the highest he Ever encountered Ity Sefc Sog notifies they could Only make two knots. On hour. The seas eventually compelled then to heave to. I ? ?. Slight machinery trouble has delayed the Steamer at Plymouth till to night. I amongst Tho passengers embarked at Plymouth ? were sir Neville smythe his wife and family proceeding to Mel Bourne on a pleasure trip. Inger5ianv non party government Reuter s special message i Berlin. Sunday. I Herr Marx ha8 accepted an Inelta Jolon to form a non party government. La Blacks congratulated j Reuter s special message London sunday. Congratulations were a grudgingly showered on the All Blacks on the successful conclusion of their triumphant tour. It was declared that Bay have to Allied the highest traditions of athletics and the educational effects of their Violt Are Likely to to consider writer say that a Good Deal of toughness in Rugby is due to absent minded exuberance and excited move ment and is confident that the desire1 is. To pass Over and relegate into oblivion Tho painful inc intent of to final match ? --4 i. Newspapers in bidding Adieu to theall Black remark on the admiration and Goodwill of Tho British Public which looks Forward to the next Viel _ i ? railway aggpgjtlce6 a Njal he in Cocci Cuenca of Fiat Omenta Mado regarding an alleged strike amongst the apprentices employed at Tho Bath rat rail Way Foti hop five Eris of the Nogaj Nugba ire in egg five of he a Fona advocate act erday gave the statement an emphatic dental according to them about ten apprentices were affected. The apprentices pointed out that it was nov Correct to Ija that Tronita Hab been brewing for some time owing to the is Rise Long Sik cd of work sundays act Hollday. On theron tray they have keen and still Are on Iceni Days and then they had the privilege of plea along. Themselves whether they worked or not As for working on sundays they had never been . X at Day Eov bral of Tho Bidya had previously made arrangements to. Spend the holi Day with their Best girls and decided to take the Day off. Up fitted out i that no Loti Ronai a Peai was made to them either by or any o ther for Man to wars Ori new year s Day. The Only notification to that effect in t in world shop to Tho it fact that no leave Woi ild. Be granted of n personal a peal Naadi. A Fliey of old Cen i certainly Kave toe i Tho Mark on new. Year Sfax Riik. a 16 As ill a Flatea Ilia wicca had Bee h�?zb6ol for a Jee t, booked -.oft. Or. Tel. Fey. And g yen to. Nib Sandbar Shiv that waa and a f to i Natter. La conc Nylon the apprentices polite a ? Bifero jul to Jatib cd and. Contented wit to or cond Lfona. My Florong. Except to ont Sideria ode Avorine to Naks trouble whore no Trout a existed ? our profligate Gover Mejt taxation Bubyr so creag8. Sydney. Sunday n j satisfaction can be sectored by tha fax Oyer from Tho latest financial returns of. The. Fato Goyer Merit tie expenditure exceeded. The Rev Enue during the past blk months by a,3sb,843 the receipts reached �17,782,265 a �900,000 greater than the same period of last year yet Tho expenditure in creased to �17,137,508, and converted what should Havo been a credit balance into a substantial edit. Tho interest Blu on Loans increased according to the a latest balance Sheet by �5030��?z to �-,956.551, during the six Man Hal and the present in Terest Burden will probably be in creased Many Loans floated years ago at a comparatively Low rate of interest will soon need renewal but it frill be at a higher rate. Income tax i the increase of Over �1,000,000 in the expenditure was supplied apart from interest by government activities �86,660, and business undertakings �494,671. As a set off. To this increased receipts came from govern mental activities �5s?,154,. And bust Ness tax increased Over the period by �279,178 to a i ,057,151v. It is appropriate that at a time when the new hallway Board takes control of the state railway by Stem that it should provide an increase of �244,700 la receipts and the tramways �57,285. Receipts from business undertakings increased by �367, 819. During the six months motorists pro Elded �161,000, or �43,696 More than the last period of 1924. Picture show fire damage at Redfern. S Tunby. Sunday. A picture theatre at Redfern was severely damaged by a fire which broke out shortly after bait Jast tw3 this morning. When the brigade arrived the rear portion of the theatre was Well alight the seat of the fire being confined to the flooring of the dress Circle. Tio lire Vou got Tho Blaze under control Wilheln half an hour but consider Abb damage a a done by water my .f1rpo and Gibbons Mill Ched contest for �20,000 Sun saturday i Illus Firpo who in How in pansies reported to have accepted a rms for i fight with Tommy Gibbon in London in e purse Tut 9 of which 60.i per cent will go to the Winner together with a Belt. Worth �200. The losers share of the purse will be .40 der cent. Or. Kane who is manager fori Gibbons in now awaiting the arrival of the promoter of the a Light. He a ranged the terms with Firpo and is now on his Way to sew York. Billiards Davies be ats Maconochie Reuter s special message i London sunday. At Burrough s Hall in 9000 up a vles . Received 1,500 Maconochie 9,000 to 6,240. Force if necessary Mussolini s threat australian press association Rome sunday. Signor Mussolini in the chamber of deputies emphasised that he intended to Tern a in in of face As Long As Neces sary for the Good 61 the country. To declared that he assumed full responsibility for nil that Kaivo owl he added1 give peace to. Italy i with love if possible with Force if l n ? ithe chamber adjourned without a the of Confidence. Fred Thompson and. Hla famous Lorao Sliver King in u the Bob Trent Fred Thompson . R a Ansof los red o battling Benson -. Al Kaufman a River King the i Yar hoi by him Leif Here la Hiril Juno St a of adventure and go Jam 1 Marie Prevost Monte Blue. Louise in a being in a tit i which touches every Maryw remap amt cell Ivy a of Yra Munty a Streav Sun n fial Lonasee the a in ?. J f1 sir out. Up Iver rat .$n8s-. Col ? r. A Lwft a. Is t if. tag my Jia-j? re the Bondo of inv natio Pitt a r 1 offs Tartur ii Littfe % r1?3 ? m ? Bli la up of re Potas of fifty offt . Rep Tatlor let a Tufa yet a ? i came Jay Gazetti orchestra a Ais 9d. D.xlrola.1 3d. Re veh a .-?3d. Per pm ion feb try i ? or. In sunday. To Way of Home an by Blanco men. Was rough yesterday when titty had. To climb Dowel so Ard bring up. An. Unconscious patient on a Stretcher. Thomas go Sago 20, labourer was sawing a tree in tie Gully Nar the Bro nerd. River yesterday and a por. Tion of the trunk on him knocked Hini Niico Hibib dus and Panom my to th6 ground two employees from Rozelle. Ipe pot were spending the Wheeli end Ift tile Vicinity witnessed the acc intent a iii after considerable it oui Tyburc Feii in removing the Treer the St. George ambulance was communicated with and. An and a i Fonsa was despatched. On reaching tos ? River it had to proceed along a Bush track for a mile and a halt. Then the ambulance men with a Stretcher scrambled 80 feet to the Bottom. First Aid was rendered and after Onsage had been placed of the Stretcher the Retura journey wins commenced this proved sch Ruby. Difficult but was accomplishedprftsf., out Accident ? ? Onsage was taken to the St. Geo go Hospital where he Wab a Salt to a by. Or Helms. Hip Rig lit Legatos tured his right ear was or Chi Aljy. Torn off and be was also buffering ? from a probable fracture of., the Skull Oberon nets from our Ovyn correspondent the Avoux sports new Ysa a pay the i tint Liu red gymkhana ii Aid of the Obero i . Church funds eventuated ailed again on the Bucu sifrk6 Ortii ground. Though .c_wa3 not As Large As in Fonner years yet the interest offie Citira wis the less ?.a varied iii id Len Why Progri ii us. Waa married through without the least hitch or Al i Ilg of interest. Cart a. Rolla son filled his old position As judge. The Haud Clappers were e. To thin and e. Hotham. The stewards wore ? Messro. James. Forani Harry Haura Han Bert Joyce. Bernard and Alp Poi an Harold Foley Stan a l Pat.1 Orady whilst or l. J. Fir adv was Terai tha la i ai.i Liloth was in the h Vos of a uan and Pat. Grady jus Foran lax. I indy b. Smith j.-. Hairian in f 3. Grady j. Floy Ami tie Mius so i Rahan a. B Ehan Alm it iii Dorun Grady Grace Beha Vera Dulcie and five in. Grade r res iii Civ Flioy clip Detiny Hatt Rahmil looked Batur Trio Cool it freshment. And�t.rii fir. Jongste a. eve. A. O Lar y was present Anil. Muc to it the Suu Crebs was due to hib Matiie the results of the chief event Woven ? a in the race Roy foran1 by Tajii Rocc Doris Hafira an 100 Yards san mip r. Foran hop set i Jet iii i ? Pat. Hanrahan Throin no it Vicktt. Cecil Ryan audits in. I3alitwin 2 a. Mackay stepping 50 Yards. So. Grady Flag race Erdie St Jav Wiio n. 7 he . Annual Ball. ? the grand unit w Oriter of .j.ifv Iowa held their annual bait in Tho Southern Crosb Hall. On january 1stwe lab was As usual a pronounced slip Cess. The members in their varied coloured. Recalls. ? were among the ? Many dancers. Messes. A. Doust and o. Charles were res Poti sible for the successful and Lippy 1 evening the lady Fri Faas of Meni Bers helped with the supper tinder 1 the direction of mrs bid winan.l miss Ebmer Doust. Or Humphreys was m.c., and Hurrell s orchestra. Troth Bathurst rehearsed an up to Date programme of music. Alth the i Dell takings from thai .Oft drink total. About �25 was realized. Personal it is deeply regrettable that our very obliging and Cli Pable assistant ? Post Piaster or. A. A. Cirii Iyih Khame has been or Law iian operation to oho., of Hia eyes. He leaves in to Lime Alliie future for the City for that Pur pose. Alf i s Al Wilys Toto Toto & ? help to Forray movement 14 the interest of Borod ? and its people.?
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