Bathurst National Advocate in Bathurst, New-South-Wales
18 Jul 1936

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18 Jul 1936

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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Bathurst, New South Wales Has. ,20/ paid in Advance we Purchase a Dan com of Tho National advocate for one year. Pooled to any address on Felfle the City of Bathurst in a nutshell. To. News and notes heal Winter. Early yesterday morn log it went close to snowing in Bath urst. Weal most people were of the Opin ion that there was not an individual in the world mad enough to make an attempt on the King s Lile. It is certain that britishers would never get a better one and it is indeed pleas to know Tad uie most popular Monarch was unharmed. Or. Spooner is not nearly so popu Lar in Bathurst As he used to be. How Over or Spooner must be past All reason if he expects the Bathurst ratepayers to provide one third of the Money for Relief works no Council i the state has done More for the unemployed than has the Bathurst Council and now we have a minister who wants it to come a crash in an Endeavor to do More. The Bathurst Council has been Stich a Good Friend to the unemployed that dozens of men have come from other parts to participate with the result that the local men have had to suf Fer. For one bet at Canterbury to Day poverty Dale in the first division of the Hying welter should return a profit. The Back of the Jordan Creek near Lambert Street has fallen in As a result of the rain and created quite a mess. It is at the spot where the work has not been completed. A correspondent writes suggesting that the Council should put the or Din 1 Ary staff on to the Job of completing the Jordan Creek now that or. Spooner has made such an impossible proposal. The writer expresses the View that it would Only take about three weeks More to finish the Job. Elaborate preparations have been made for the big football match at a throw on monday Between the West Ern team and the englishmen. A record crowd is expected. There is no doubt that the Lithgow authorities Are to be complimented upon their organisation. Bathurst will be Well represented As quite a number have expressed their intention to be present. Some people can t mind their Busi Ness either because they Haven t any business or they Haven t any mind. Them there was the typist who sued her Boss because he was so Bow legged that she fell through his Lap. The Way to Long life is to eat a raw onion a Day says a doctor. Yes you May live Long but it will be a lonely existence. Unlike their mid victorian Sisters a woman is no longer afraid of a mouse. Even if she has promised to love Honor and obey him. A report from the Secretary and superintendent of hospitals or. Of ton who recently inquired at Mudgee into allegations that two children had been Fol related by a nurse at the Mudgee Hospital was read to last meeting of the Hospital s Board. It stated that or. Otton was unable to find the allegations proved. The report stated that it had been alleged that one baby had been slapped Sev eral times for crying and that another had been taken by the and leg from her cot and violently dumped Back again taken by the shoulders and shaken severely and jerked vigorously. F when i saw both these babies in the Hospital they had the appear Ance of being Well caned for As other recently discharged children who came under my notice or. Of ton stated during the course of his report. Burglars stole a boarding House Bath tub but what puzzles us As an old time boarding House Habitude is How the Heck they Ever managed to get it out. Without somebody in Mel Bourne Herald at the que Long police court Alfred j. Bridgeo was charged with having operated a Public motor vehicle in contravention of the conditions of License. Constable Dodds stated defendant who was the registered owner of the motor vehicle carted some household furniture and effects etc., including crockery weighing in All about half a ton from a residence in que Long to Ashbury. Defendant . Not get a permit Cor pay the pre scribed fees. For a distance of 150 ? Miles at by. Per mile the amount would be �5/12/8. The magistrate has it been paid since Constable Dodds magistrate its a very severe act this any Way you . You Are Lia Tole to a penalty not exceeding �500 and the smallest penalty is a too. A Floe of �5 and costs 8/ was Cocos de 14 Days being allowed in which to pay the magistrate advising defendant to get to touch with the depart ment regarding the amount of �5/12/0 for fees otherwise he would be summonsed for this is the Law that or. Stevens promised so faithfully to Amend a. Or. Norton Bishop of Bathurst paid his periodical visit to Gulf eng. Or. Norton celebrated mass at 10 o clock and preached a Sermon suited to Tho occasion. In the afternoon the Bishop assisted by the Rev. It. Kelly administered confirmation to a number of children from Gulong and Goolman and also to several converts to the Faith. Mrs. J. J. Dowd acted As sponsor for the girls and or. A. Mica Bevford the boys. At the official luncheon which Fol Lowed the opening of Barney s Point 1 ?. J ? hit t. Rented & Wise us. Juun Musij a. Of held peering through a Hail-1 opened Doof at the Side of the Hall or. Hawkins quickly Rose took some sweets from the table and gave them to the child with a smile and it pot on the head. Replying to a Ooms Dent on his kindly action or. Haw Kins said the greatest happiness in life i find is in seeing that someone else gets a a Little happiness my. Of i 0.-i priest wife of the presi Dent Tweed Shire Council has the Honorof a plug the first woman1 to Cross the two main Bridges Over the Tweed River Hie other Day she out the ribbon. Iii id was one of the party to too Oil Al car. Which Flat drop Barney s Point Bridge. Away bb&0i-0ut year 1900, when the my i to to & school girl with built a companion Una the Glrst. Of her sex to vent Fiji Acrossv-,-7she aria Ber friends stole a March in. Their school mates and. Wabo Edi Over two Pugh pfc Fth cd connected the Tiff sed Tlona. My dentally jibe was Rejer tamed by a Workman doing so but he Tus that she was Tho first Girt in Leo bal the Bridge. Chinese fined an opium trader women As agents a heavy Fine of �20 for having pre pared opium in his Possession was yesterday imposed on an elderly chinaman of Kelso Willy Loy who give his age As 66, in the Bathurst police court. It was stated in Evi Dence that White women had been going to Loy s Home and were As sisting him in trafficking in it Plum. Loy was also charged with smoking opium and cd this count was fined �2. Indulging in a voluble and Inco Herent explanation of his actions it some time Deidre Loy would enter a plea on the charge of having Plum in his Possession. It appeared Rem his statements that he had been nicking because he broke a leg last year and was in Hospital for four and a half months. Detective a. M. Wells said that on monday night he had gone with sgt. Brindle to Loy s House. The defendant had been caught smoking opium while a search of his place had resulted in. Other prepared opium being discovered. From the complaints we have received about this Man he has been trafficking in opium said detective Wells. White women have frequently visited his Home. He has been a trader in opium for a number of years inspector Ireland who conducted the police Case said that about five years ago Loy had been convicted for possessing opium. He was now on the Dole. The magistrate or. W. S. Brom head asked what White women had been doing at Loy s Home. Detec Tive Wells replied that As far As he could ascertain they had been carry ing the opium round to other chinese. He had seen Cne White woman going to Loy s on several occasions. Or. Bromhead they t go there to smoke but to distribute a detective Wells yes. Loy was Given an alternative of spending 40 Days in gaol to paying the Fine of �20 for owning opium while the �2 Fine for smoking held an alternative of another four Days. Another chinese Walter Hing aged 54, also of Kelso appeared in the court charged with opium smoking utensils in his Possession. Hing explained that he not smoke opium and that the materials had been in the House for a Long time. The piped belonged to the old Man while the Gold Scales which the police had taken Possession of were not his. He had been in the District for 2f7 years. Detective Wells said that he believed that Hing was not smoking opium and that the opium pipe seconds and Scales had been i his House for some time. There was no Indi cation that the defendant had been smoking. A a or. Bromhead said that he would not impose a Fine in Hing but some difficulty was experienced in explain ing that the defendant was to enter into a Bond of �5 to be of Good be Havior for 12 months. Inspector Ireland s application for the smoking materials to be confiscated was granted but Hing was permitted to retain the Scales which he said were wanted Lor weighing seeds for his Garden. Coronation London 12th May it in recommended that intend ing visitors to England for Tho Coronation celebrations should Book promptly Orient line Royal mail steamers full particular from local agent Foj Giasson and co. William Street Howell bros., Oberon a children improve of com doses not j Are All that s wanted to put color into Cheeks and firmness into Mui a ill cles. Thousands have proved Iliff that Lane s from infancy gives we pm a child a really wonderful a line s forges a shield of vital strength i 0/6 end 4/6 a bottle h All ii Smitta Tod Borui s few bags leaves Rugby league notes pars about the game and those who play it by bed and Black. Last saturday s fiasco weak Orange team j local league s deplorable position wha to of future another foot Ball Challenge croup 10 team whither australian selectors vital lest chances jeopardised. Charleston had no difficulty last saturday in withstanding the Orange our boys Challenge for the Western Challenge cup and Bright though one sided football was forthcoming. Even taking into consideration the fact that the opposition was the weak est that Charleston have yet encountered in cup football the local Side showed splendid team work and in the main practically All Points Crane from concerted Back line movements. The Orange our boys Are complimented on the manner in which they stuck to their guns and the experience gained by the Young players in the team will offset their decisive defeat. The Standard of football brought to Light by the Orange thirteen was Only comparable with local second Grade Standard and it again forcibly bears out the opinion of the writer that there 1s Cecily one team fostered in Orange and that team is the or Ange old boys. The local league have a lot to learn in regard to this phase As it can be easily seen that the Orange our boys team that played in Bathurst last week end retains its identity to enable the All Orange old boys the Chance to keep Bona Ldes intact to play in group 10 club cup football. It is just As Well to Point out that Only those Iti close touch with league football Workings Realise what the last statement implies. The Freeman Brothers brought to Light very Classy football in their respective positions last saturday and Maurie and Pat of that ilk gave Good displays As scrum half and Wing three Quarter respectively. Tom Griffin s great Speed and Stam Ina opened up Many scoring move ments and the Skarper had no problems in tactics to overcome As the whole thirteen combined Well. Alan Fitzpatrick on the right Wing was another who shone out this Good player generally a match Winner in important games has not consistently this season Given of his Best. The local committee has this week end been placed in the deplorable position of not presenting the usual week end fixtures. It is certainly to be regretted that this Laccas uie and the whole future appears fraught with difficulty so far As the league code is concerned in Bathurst. There has not been the Unity or teamwork or in fact the Friendly rivalry that was the Case in past years and with Cross firing Between league officials and club delegates occurring Good results Are naturally not obtainable. The league House can be put in or der by better co operation Between the league and clubs and if an enterprising Campaign so far As Junior players Are concerned is indulged in there is certainly no reason Why the league code should not Progress. A give and take spirit should be brought to Light to All matters and this too would tend to encourage new earners to the management committee of the league. The opinion has been passed that cup football has milled the game in Bathurst. This is not the Case As the proceeds in cup finances to he cubs have kept the clubs intact. One has need to remember that times too. Are hard so far As the maintenance clubs Are concerned and the Public has a big Call on its purse in helping All. Organisations by virtue of competitions Raffles and dance functions Eto. The last test match or rather the viewing of Sakaio was Given out last. Monday night a. Tycie. Reason of Danoe Jling the Rompet Tiaa match be tween apprentices. Trotted and Char lessons and it is presumed that it was impossible to arrange at District team fixture owing to the series of District matches preceding the group 10 v. I England game at Litho a on monday next. There appears to Bei a dearth of Good organisers so far As local league is concerned and it is to be trusted that the Good of the ame will encourage All concerned in league foot Ball circles to bring concerted Effort and spirit to Light to keep the game Ca its feet. The Challenge by the Orange old boys to Charleston for a stake of �50. The match to toe played on a Neutral ground has created a great Deal of interest. Whether this match will eventuate is a moot Point no doubt the local Side wll go into this matter at their a it meeting. Charleston it will be ? remembered have a prior Challenge of the above nature on its hands As Lithgow Eastern suburbs too have thrown Down the Gauntlet. Local league followers ? were scree the team and to the lne Bathurst player in Jack Ebbern goes the Best wishes of local league enthusiasts. Much can be said on the team As selected and it appears to the writer s mind that All centres in the group with the exception of Blayney have been allotted a representative or a number of representatives to keep interest in the match. T two local players namely Toong Rita in and Maurie Freeman on their doings in recent matches possessed ill undid credentials and were Well worthy of selection. In fact Griffin As a Point scorer for his club this season has a record second to none and he has been a most consistent try getter and goal kicker throughout these san. Taking the form of thir local sides in cup and social football this season mainly into consideration players Superior to those selected to represent group 10 have indeed been overlooked. Given Ideal weather conditions the big game at Lithgow next monday should prove a big Suo Cass As the organisers have left no Stone unturned in their arrangements to ensure the successful outcome of the fixture. The new grandstand with its splendid appointments should prove a big attraction to patrons and As the turfed playing area is As that can be desired splendid conditions in every phase ate available. Bathurst football fans fare certain i to bake advantage of the ape dial train that is scheduled to leave Orange at 7.45 . As Low priced return fares Are available. The touring English team will play its final match in Australia next monday and those who have been unable to see them in action will doubtless take this Opportunity on Mcday next. The third and vital test match will take place tomorrow in Sydney and the late announcement of the australian test Side has caused great comment. The procrastination of the australian Board of control selectors May have a deep physiological effect on the local players As no doubt the team should have been announced at least Early this week. When one remembers the tense nature of test football and its effects the tourists have a lot in their favor particularly As the English Star play ers arc again fit from their prior in juries and have been nursed with this last test in mind. The Choice of Hooker it appears have been the Nigger in the woodpile so far As Australia is concerned and this key position is an important one to our team As Possession of the leather will count if the flying australian backs Are to make headway. However it is to be trusted that the australians will overcome All these difficulties and regain the ashes it is understood that the local fix Ture for to Morrow week july 25th. Win w o Phil Leno a cello match Between Charleston and Lithgow Eastern Subu lbs and it is hoped that the local Side in the interim have accepted the Opportunity for special training purposes. Support Lithgow s venture eng land v. Group 10 at Lithgow monday next july 20th. Lagoon school notes Lagoon Friday. Class 1 Reading Kevin White Man 1. Don Butler 2 writing Don Butler 1 Allan Glazebrook 2. Arith Metic Don Butler 1 Kevin White Man 2. Spelling Kevin Walteman 1 Don Butler 2. Class 2 Reading Elaine White Man a Hector Daymond 2. Writing James Turnbull 1 Hector Daymond 2. Arithmetic Myrene Kelly. 1 Joan. Glazebrook 2. Spelling Margaret Glazebrook x Elaine Walteman 2. Class 3 Reading Bob Sinclair 1 Vine Glazebrook 2 writing Bab j Sinclair 1 Margaret turn Bull 2. Arith Metic Vince Glazebrook 1 bib sin Clair 2 spelling Vince Glazebrook i a Tab Sinclair 2/ class 4 Reading Daphne butter 1 Lealy Kelly 2 writing Bruce Sinclair a Lesly Kelly 2. Arith Metic Daphne Butler 1 Lesly Kelly 2. Spelling Lesly Kelly 1 Daphne Butler 2. 0la6s 5 vie inc Mcspedden. Class 6 Reading Heather poster a Neal Mcspedden 2 writing Heather Steter a Neal Mcspedden 2 Arith Metic Alex Sinclair 1 Tad Kilby 2. Spelling Alex Sinclair 1 Neal Mcspedden 2. Class 7 Marjorie Daymond. Glass 8 Tessa. Foster. Attendance 90. Al. Old theme alsatian again . Board s Appeal to government having failed twice to influence Bathurst City fathers into declaring Al satian dogs noxious in the municipal Ity the Bathurst pastures Protection Board yesterday decided reluctantly to Appeal to the government to include Bathurst in the districts where these animals Are not permitted to exist. Under Section 92 of the . Act of 1934, there Are fourteen districts in the state where alsatian Are banned but the local . Area is not one of them. This being the Case the Board has e11 Deavo red to do talk the support of Vari Ous councils and Shires in the District. Support has been obtained from quite a number of them but the Bathurst Council has not joined in presenting a United front against alsatian. Twice have appeals for support resulted in a deadlock in voting the last of Caslon being at wednesday s meeting of the aldermen. This led to a Sharp outburst by or. R. C. Webb at the . Board yesterday. I am disgusted and disappointed with the action of the Bathurst coun cil he declared. Several of the Bathurst councillors Are lacking in a Conception of duty to their District to declare alsatian noxious is one of their duties of a hear. Or. Webb said that the Only course which now remained for the Board was to Appeal to the government to ban alsatian from the District As a whole. It is the Only Way to get what we want he added. The Board decided to take this line of action and to request that their Appeal be treated As a matter of i urgency. Year of Success a. H. And v. Society financial returns further evidence of the highly successful financial operations of the Bathurst a. H. And p. Society was Given at a meeting of the Bathurst a. H. And p. Society was Given at a meeting ? yesterday when Complete figures were disclosed for the Benefit of members. The report of the auditor messes. W. Kable indicated that the society Haj spent nearly �269 More during the past year than during the previous 12 months the total expenditure to the end of june being i �2334. Some �290 had been spent j on buildings and of this sum a total of �100 had been spent on improve ments. The society s credit balance at the beginning of the past financial year had been �713 and had decreased by �37/8/8 to be �675 a or so v. A induction which had bean brought about r y expenditure on repairs and improvements. The treasurer Mir. N. L. Bell said lint receipts for the show had been �2396 and there was still another �0 t6 come in from subscribes. With this Money in Prospect the Profic of the year would be �95. This meant j urn me Snow Naa u a interns Ana purposes paid for the �100 improve ments. It was a particularly healthy aspect of the financial returns. The society s assets Over Lippi i i now amount a o �7,954 6/4, which showed that it was anything but bankrupt. Or. Bell stated hat approximately �250 had been written Oil As depreciation for the year and he suggested that it might be advisable for a five yearly revaluation of assets to be made he considered that the report was something of which the commit tee might Well be proud. 1 think we have achieved a wonderful Success Over the last twelve or thirteen years said the president or s. Williams i do Nob know of any Inland show that is in a better Posi Tion than we Ore it was decided to hold the society s annual meeting of july 31 in the town Kail. The Secretary or. N. B. Richard son read the president s report for the year in which it was stated that More support was required from Gra Ziers at the annual show. Reenzo should be used in every Home the Rev. F. H. Ray Ward of the Central methodist Mission f Newcastle eulogies the i \ wonderful Money saving 9 family remedy for \ j coughs colds croup \ bronchitis and influenza 1 so easily made by adding jul a 2/ bottle of concen to ted Reenzo to sweetened water. Reenzo is equally Good for children and adults. Obtainable at chemists and stores. Eyes youth Why deny yourself the Joys of Correct Reading vision when these British spectacles can be yours for 10/9. Don t delay. Send cow for graduated instruction card. -8atlsfaptlon assured. 8cnd to the optic company 810 George Street Sydney. Lost her fat won a husband reduced 43 lbs. And looks years younger former fat. Girl thanks Kruschen it is not surprising that a i woman should look years / Rounder after she Liaa rid i herself of 13 lbs. Of excess fat. It neither is it surprising that a j woman of such vastly improved / appearance should find herself to be More attractive to her / 1. Male friends. / /. So perhaps there is nothing f i very remarkable about the i Yaj experiences of miss d. A i i j nevertheless Thoy Are certainly of interesting. I i am a dancer she writes Anil i put on weight so much i could not get work. I started to take Kruschen and found with the first bottle i had reduced about 10 pounds. I continued and persevered and in just Over three months i was Down to 8 St. 5 lbs., after being 10 St. 11 lbs. I have work now and would not be without Kruschen for anything. But Best of All since Kruschen cured my obesity i have become engaged to be married. I feel quite Sun this would never have come to pass had it not been for Kruschen salts. I am now 7 St. 10 lbs., and look years younger i shall always take Kruschen salts and recommend them to my friends a Misa . I Kruschen salts do not reduce you overnight. But taken regularly Over 1 a period of time a with a modified diet and gentle exercise half a teaspoonful in a Glass of hot water every morning before breakfast will Tak away unhealthy flesh and restore your figure to its Normal weight. One of Tho secrets of Tho effective Ness of Kruschen is the exact pro portion of the six different Salta it contains. Each Batch of Kruschen salts is tested and standardised by a Staft of qualified chemists before it is passed for bottling. Kruschen salts is obtainable of All chemists and stores at /0 and 2/9 per bottle. Investment property four Brick cottages railway end. In fair order severed. Returning More than 10 per cent. Always let. Priced asked ? a a ? Weatherboard cottage a 6 rooms and Kitchen Well situated and Good buying at a ? Moo f. Glasson co. Auctioneers estate agents & property salesmen 128 William Street Bathurst. Tel. 182. Rebate 20% Mas Mimm Jpe Aid t o by pin son Badger Ltd. On commission charges on the Sale of the clip for the year ending 30th june 1936. Offices 4 o Connoll Street Sydney. Stores fitted with Grinnell fire lighting system at Purmont. Stock Yards cattle swimming Bath and feeding Yards and shaded sheep Yards at Flemington. Pin son & Badgery ? limited my a one bottle of w re t drink a Glass of sheaf each Day and keep every ill away tooth s sheaf Stout in bottles half bottles and baby bottles ? ? ? a. To get wine knowledge 6et m4jc h wine v

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