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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Bathurst, New South Wales Of Canterbury races pros big it., a Boehs so6 to be ?. ? ? &.dto3 ctr in. . ,9,1?. -.,in csc Wii win ? Scholl Allie state 9,3 ? Harris a apace 9. 3 Maxwell Yeli of Sands 9.0 callous Baij Jhial 9.0 Malj Jinn Handicap 6 furlongs. First division to stint at 1.30 Aerial Post 8.12 hockey Sanetta 6.2 Nowland our fw9m5se 8.2 Harper 8.2 w Cook 7 ? 9 Marsden Blia Malra -7.9. J. O Brien Indol flt sign. 7.9 ail Leeown 7.7 Sushn Joan 7.t Tyler mafia by. Mind 7.7 artem1an 7.6 a. Ward s�745 Huntey Ziady Frau win 7.2 const Patof Alfone 7.2 Harding second division to a tort. At ? m i Vuk -3. 3 to. Iii Xicay syntax 8.2 mchugh1 ? Hughes ria.yvelfft.9 in Cit Jas 7.9 Mulligan danger zone 7.7 Hermes King Otho 7.7 def Nklan k0c7tokoj.7 pen a Royal. Maid., .7.7 braz1da, -7 6 silk thread 7.5 Barrett Pak a up 7.3 j. Brett Golden Gram 7.2 juvenile Handicap. 6 furs. To Start at 2.30 water Waggon 9.7 Mccarten Bull. 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A Pond division 4.0 poverty ale10. 3 ? ? windred Dover patrol 9.7 Stuart medal met 9.0 ? o Sullivan ? if jew tip. 812. Hockey 8.11 Maxwell a Nestle 8.6 Marsden ibid a Muffi. 8.5 Scines Bonnie Jon ,8.3 Mccarten Tjeng Etc Mejri 8.3 Shub Bolth 8.2 Weiss limous7ne 8.0 Sawyer Ashbury Handicap pm. If. To Start at 4.30 for Iwler ,. 10.3 Maxwell Sheldon 9. 11 hockey sar3ign. 9.3 Richards confab $.8 Shean. Kraev boy 8.10 Knox Al Pat Tasso 8.5 Weiss. Gipsy chief 8.4 cast in a ado 8.4 Simpson hubs. Scurf his 8.3 Donkin silted Almond 8.2 Sharp Rill Spale 8.1 windred Lyn Foteni 6.1 Mccarten. Trj0ciiillo 8.0 James Fly stg moa33, 8.0 Denham Afton inquiry a Fickey suspended. Grafton. Friday. Stct4r4� concluded theft inquiry to a he inter few nce which occur. After the Start of tlie.,Graf tit. They found that a. Mur Phy r a or fal Roic was at fault and for one month. 1vhm the tipster s say actions by tar experts ?. W poll Rel. I hardies Battle play Wolynn Ca Weera .8ancta 4�hal id div Cadmus. Rector pistol shot juvenile ? Bull Jan. Nomad Fly mar Orient orb ? Popo Ivilse ser Lodl i col Star ? flying t. Second division.,?Safe Tidale ? Vibha Siisea ? ? try h ? confab. Prowler. Head boy. Poseidon hurdles. Battle play Ollun alleviate Maiden my Promise. The Caliph Sancta second div pistol shot eve Cadmus just Nlle. Earl Sun Bull ant water Waggon flow welter ? ? polonaise. Orient Orf. Cognac Canterbury h ? ser Lodl ?. ? tapestry Neamour fit tar. ,. Second div to Virdale 1 new tip medallist Ashbury hop. Prowler confab head boy a w. Dexter Brush hurdle Battle play. Ollun _ Nan acre Maiden h 1st d. Sancta Rae Oallah Elma 2nd a Loblon pistol shot a a a syntax a Venila Pon Caesar Nomad matchless-/.1. V la o Fivi Jie welter. -2nd. Bivi a v. Hewi,7ld4u cd. Poverty Al re wasps Ashbury ii head a ctr Sheldon prowler a. J. Finlayson hurdle Battle Plav Ollun alleviate Maiden 1st Chi Sancta. ? Tho chill Ali Ca Weera second div Rawel ? eve pistol shot juvenile Nomad tin Ulo Joy ? Bull ant aug new tip Ashbury h head boy prowler Al Para Iso . Races Annas u to revision ? o 17 3riulant Rob Myreld 9 5soh to 0 King sm4warden .98. Spring to 5 Dah 9 4 Irlean to 3 Cape race 9,4 Eastern sapho b 2 Schiel 5 11 mar text 9 0 Lilly our two year old seven furlongs 2.0 Silver Bay mint 7 10 Helgn 9 0 Sweet for valour 8 10 image 7 9 lady pet Jock 7 8 mauve 8 10 pan opeus 7 7 Gay lot 8 7 Blue sky 7 6 Jet Etta. 8 6 Nia Rarra 7 5 again 8 1 Sld Cut 7 5 fire King 7 13 Coniston 7 3borneo 7 13 Suliman 7 0patra 7 12 Oonah 7 0 Santa Anita 7 11 Murru Beena Handicap one and a half Miles 2.30 a Lubardo 9 2 Gay Friar 7 9 Jack Horner 8 12 i Plankton 7 4 red Ray 8 5 Dusky native 7 0 the wizard 7 13 Godfrey Watson Steeple about 2m. And 3 fur3.0 i Eldama Baas Straits 9 8 Royal 10 13 Mont Argis 9 7 Rancler 10 7 Crodelle 9 3 snot Casa 10 5 Manlius 9 0 character 10 5 sea makes 9 0 Rodda 10 4 David s Underwood 9 12 legacy 9 0 actaeon 9 11 Xmas gift 9 0 Field Rise 9 8 Lambrook trial apprentice riders 1 mile first division 3.35 reaper 9 0 All Gay 7 12 Dornford 8 11 lady boo Coster lad 8 9 Yong til Tackette 8 7 Glen Lonan 7 10 it Deletta 8 3 glop an 7 7 Anitro 8 2 last thrice 7 6 Rattrap. 8 0 Swenstead 7 4 second division 4.10 othere ? 8 13. Indian trl Moh 8 11 runner 7 13 Gay Brooke 8 7 Laphane 7 12 perfect idea 8 6 Ann s Virbul 8 3 double 7 10 re Sale 8 2 steel Spear 7 9 volgar 7 7 Malvina welter 8jf. 4.40 Araunah 9 12 Alerta 8 9 Pasha 9 9 Cyanosis 8 9 Bea Dekin 10 4 fearless Imja 8 8 bite again 9 2 Brit Beard 8 8 Che Landric 9 0 Waltzing Beau Sam 8 13 Nellie 8 6 desert chief 8 12 the inside 8 5 demagogue 8 9 lil Irene 8 4 peace patrol 8 9 tips by Postrel Leamington. Hurdle sixteen an Nas cold Spring Dah. Two year old a dip fire King Petette Gay lot. Murru Beem Handicap the wizard red Ray Jack Horner. Steeple Al Dain Royal Rodda Santa Casa. Trial stakes reaper. Dornford Coster lad. Second division Tilmon. Saybrook othere. Welter Handicap Beau Ham peace patrol Waltzing Nellie. Minister heckled w. A. Farmers riled minister s tacit admission Perth Friday. J the acting Milster for Commerce or. C. V. Thirby was severely heckled when he addressed a meeting of Farmers at Koorda to Day. The Farmers demanded to know what he was there for whether he wanted to do anything for them or whether he had just Crims on a holi Day Jaunt. Or. Thurby replied that he was there to report to the Commonwealth government. Although a Grant had been closed Down he said he had seen a lbt land of child make recommendations he was eventually Given a hearing. Richmond inquiry i connections of Fokta Laus j out 12 months Sydney. Friday. At the conclusion of the inquiry into the running of Forta Laus in the 14.2 hand leap at Richmond on tuesday the . Stewards Dis qualified the owner Trainer. Or. G. Small an jockey h. Russell and the Pony for 12 months. ? stewards reported that the Pony was not allowed to run on her in Jelts. Small has been training for several years and amongst the horses Ini his stable is salted Almond who is an acceptor far Canterbury tomorrow. Baseball notes by interested to the Early game against aces last week in Fly a Vesic their winning Way. Fix he first stages ams looked a so. Giving. Imi Jor the Money but As tie a iced a sea they fell or to errors and wests had Rio trouble in out a Dru Elbirg. Tony Foss for aces was again pitching and was a worker for his team Al though not pitching the stuff thai Mutton puts Over his ideas Are Good. He was worried by the base runners and if Given the Correct signals in Stead of Wordy advice by the Catcher he would do a lot better. The first afternoon game saw St. Patrick s gain their second win of the season. It was at the expense of Rov ers. St. Patrick s also started badly and the new team was soon in the Lead. They however could not keep up the pressure and faded out. St. Patrick s played perhaps the Best game we have seen for some time. A Fea Ture of the match was the excellent throwing by Jack Hamilton. He in one innings caught the Side at Secco and i another he accounted for two. D. Horde second baseman showed that if he puts his mind to the of he can work a base in fact if the whole team get Down to playing Ball they would give some of Tho top notches a bit of worry. The late late game Between Loco and City reds did not come up to pro Mises what we thought would be the Best game of the year developed into ust a walk away for Loco. Considering the Fine showing that City put up against them in the first round and the improved state of their team one can be forgiven for even giving them a better Chance than other teams Loco proved that they Are undoubtedly the Best team this year and considering the lacing they dealt out to wests in their last meeting i would not be doubtful at out the results of the com petition. As it now stands wests have to be beaten for Loco to win. The Only team Likely to Down the leaders is this same City team. Wests Are a certainty if they play As they did in this game. The game against Loco commenced very Well for City and their subsequent failure is hard to explain. Loco in their first inn figs scored four men and City after being washout in the first came Back and took the Lead bringing five across the red Hopes at this stamp. Were High and they were playing Good Ball Loco continued to score evenly throughout and from the second innings City could not Force a Man across until the eighth. This failure of Battery Coli Sudej no the pitching of Tui Ood cannot be per counted for. Ii a team no doubt have a lot of passengers in there an. He i Tell a youngster from last year is a definite flu Wii Rogers Hill Davis and. Hextell did not regi Ter. A Mcfarlane riot by any Means Ai food Batter collected two. The team in All batted out six safeties. Loco replied with 11. Rogers on first played the Best game Lor his team. His work is very consistent on this base and his polish and initiative mikes him with out doubt the test baseman we have playing. This week end is the return District g Ames with Lithgow two teams Are coming our matches at Lithgow were a failure and have been so for some time. Haw our players cannot put Over their real form at Lithgow is beyond under standing. This time however the games Are on ? our own ground and the conditions Are Shorti favor Dwe to our Wii teams than those of Lith a Gow r hate great ? Hopes for a double Victory our seconds should win Here As they easily accounted of the Lithgow team on their last visit con sequent of the1 winning of the Chal Lenge cup by Loco from Lithgow our Battery have played against most Lith Gow teams and Loco have proved conclusively that they Are As a. Club team far Superior than any team from Lith Gow. The District team should win. Our Battery is above that of Lithgow. Bradley cannot compare to Thurgood As a Pitcher and our batters should easily make a winning game of it. On the results of the game comes the decision to play in Sydney at country week. Bathurst have been invited to Send a team to engage in fix Tures against Lithgow. Newcastle and Ragga in conjunction with the country week carnival is arranged the inter state games and a Bathurst game has been allotted As a curtain Raiser to the inter state fixture on the 3rd of August. It is to be hoped that our Best team makes the trip. The experience to be gained and the advantages of being Able to watch such class fix Tures As these Between Victoria and . Cannot be estimated. We have some very Fine players Here and the Chance of being Able to improve their standards cannot be put aside too easily. The .b.a. Is to be congratulated on the venture the move showing that efforts Are being made to bring country and City together for the Good of ail. 1 Ever try this for rheumatism nothing known to science relieves pain More quickly. Don t suffer with rheumatism. You get amazing Relief from Bayer As j Kirin tablets. Simple but How of Feauve the worst Days when suf Fering is acute. If you take Bayer aspirin the pain subsides. Take it right away. Take enough to drive away every twinge. If it s genuine Baver asst Fri it can t Hurt you. It does not depress. The heart nor up set the stomach. If you Ever have those painful at tacks of neuralgia neuritis sciatica Lumina go get. Some Bayer aspirin and just follow the proven directions. These tablets Are ? just As effective in such suffering As in the Case of simple head to cites colds 4 to. The Relief is fat immediately laity the Handy pocket Box. Bayer aspirin will ensure your Comfort to Frugh the cold season. ? All chemists sell genuine Bayer plow w Handy boxes of 13 tablets Aisch bottles of 24 and 100 tablets the Bayer Cross Trade Mark Ai Peats on every Tablet. Bayer aspirin i costs Jio More than Ordinary aspirin 1 so insist on Flayer when you buy. Bayer Means better. Economy Bays pay enough for Tea to get the most cups to the. Pound luxury says pay enough to get the red Tea flavor Economy and luxury Bot i. Say get a nah Ellb Blue Label it May Cost a Penny or so More by the Pound a but it is Many pennies cheaper by the cup. The churches a methodist Church there seems to be a very Large number of Church Folk sick at pre sent. Fortunately few cases seem critical. Sympathetic enquiries Are numerous. We wish All a speedy re covery and look Forward to the plea sure of having absent ones in our Public gatherings again soon. R. General interest seems to be aroused in the circuit Tea to be held on wednesday 29th. Niblic Cele bration or the 100 years history of the Bathurst circuit. Bathurst workers Are reminded of a Short meet ing in this connection in the lecture Hall after Church next sunday even tag. ? ? with1 so Many of our preachers temporarily incapacitated the spleen fluid assistance Given by the Young men of this Mission ? band Bas. Been ? greatly appreciated. Or eted Turbou who visited Bath urst at the beginning of tie year As the guest of Rev. And mrs. E. M. Boyer has been made aided Camp to the Queen and Prince con sort of Tonga who. Are at. Present in Sydney and will return with them to Tonga in two or three months time. Fred made Many friends offid admirers in Bathurst. ? ? methodist Church services sunday july 19, Bathurst William Street 11 . Or. A. Mowbray 7.16 ., Rev. E. M. Boyer topic the Oxford group movement South Bathurst 11 am., Colome inn William Street 7.15 ., or. H. A Harris per Hville 3 ., or. G Ellioh. Rookley 11 ., Ca Loola 2 Dennis Island .3.30 ., Rev. E. It. Boyer. Church meetings sunday. July 19 at 850 , Brief congregational meeting re circuit Centenary Tea. A Ual week a evening meetings wednesday july 29. Circuit the meet ing commemorating the Hundred years of ithe Bathurst circuit. The markets cauliflower still cheap Sydney Friday. As Best tasmanian potatoes have been cleared the demand for remain ing stocks which this morning to 5,598 bags was quiet. Sub Stantial supplies of . Potatoes were offered at Alexandria railway Yards. Sussex Street Dairy produce Honey 3d to 4d. Per la beeswax 1/4 to 1/5 per la. In a Dull Market cauliflower were in surplus Supply today and prices were reduced. Peas were slightly Lasier to buy but peas at present of better Quality commanded higher rates. ? quotations cabbages 1/ to 3/ cauliflower 1/ to 4/ few Choice 5/ peas 5/ to 7/�?z few 8/ Beans North coast 3/ to 5/ Queensland 5/ to 7/ potatoes ., 7/ to 10/j. Inferior local now 16/ to 24/ per cwt mushrooms -1/6 per la tomatoes. , Green 3/ to 5/, repack. 8/ Queensland. Bris Bane Green 2/ to 4/, coloured higher Bowen Green 2/0 to 4/6, coloured higher repack to 7/ per Bushel. There was a weak request for Large sized apples Alt the fruit Market to Day.1 apricots sold in Large quantities and sold readily though Ait Low rates. Alexandria private sales wheat 4/5 pumpkins 2/6 to 3/9 oaten chaff 3/74 to 5/ wheaten chaff 4/3 to 4/9 Lucerne chaff 4/6 to 6/6 Lucerne Hay 5/6 to 6/9. of a or Tryc in Canada and general firmness in London gave added strength to the wheat Market today and values Rose above thursday s High Leve. Sell ers were not keen to do business however and there was not much on offer holders of. Silo wheat quoted 4/ per bushel1 february basis which exceeds the Peak of last week the highest., since 1930. Buyers. we to Sll. Per Bushel. Bagged i Headfo was quoted at 4/1 yid for wheat in the country 3/0 a Bushel was want pm sex trucks Sydney equal to about ,4/01 per Bushel. Rheumatic pains in legs gone a a full of rheumatic it i dreaded going. Out in the cold and Damp write miss Marjory. Winn of Thorpe the pains in Niy legs were terrible. 1 after a. Weeka treatment with r.u.r., 1 was out la the rain All Day., and did not have to ache or pain . Is sold with Money Back a Anntee certificate a ? Mockle Bros. & Webb & ask Tor tree you Etc r new Gold find j Survey ordered Cape York Peninsula minister s statement ? ?. Melbourne. Friday the minister in charge of develop ment senator Mclochlin said to Day Tob an rimmed Januj Sunvey by sea plane of an area in Cape York Peninsula. Queensland believed to be Rich in Gold deposits had been or dered by the North Australia Mineral Survey commit be senator Mclochlin said that encouraging reports had been received from this dust lot and also from the Survey parties Worf Cong in association with the . In the Northern territory and ii Western Australia. The result of the Survey thus already made gave meet in Dietai tons of big developments in the Gold Minjung Loffl Deatry. Referring to the Yorac Peninsula find the senator said it was located about 14 Miles South of Weymouth Bay in the wild rugged and practically unexplored Counitis. Nurse s a award both sides Appeal hospitals claim new wages too High Sydney Friday. The Secretary of the . Nur ses association mrs. Rae stated to a in that both hospitals and nurses had appealed against the new Nur ses award. Nurses Are claiming overtime at time and a half instead of time and a half off each week and Are Nisei claiming uniforms allowances and preference to unionists. The hospitals Are appealing on the grounds that wages granted will mean a big incr ase in expenditure. It is declared that in the Case of one big Hospital the wages Bill will an increase under the altered conditions of �11,000 a year. Dastardly attempt archbishop Mowll s reference. Sydney Friday. Speaking at Thi. Opening of the an Nual meeting of tiie mothers Union of. Vite -4loce8��f say i a Day archbishop to time atjs-ni9ed at pm a i. The jul Ink. Is Eaid that a Jjck Oiwan Vas Felt by All when they heard of the dastardly attempt. Collapsed at office Smith s weekly editor s death. ? Sydney. Friday. Frank Marien managing editor of Smith s weekly collapsed in his of fice this afternoon an died within a few minutes. He appeared in his usual health this morning but after lunch complained of Leeling unwell. He was Only 45 years of age. ? still rising wheat reaches 4/ in Sydney Sydney Friday. A further Advance in the Price of wheat occurred today following and verse Canadian crop reports and con sequently Grain in Sydney reached 4/ per Bushel and closed at 3/111 february basis. Bagged i wheat in Sydney was quoted nominally at 4/21, Ai i in the country id dearer at 3/6. Attacked by Wallaby ? a a ? ? strange incident at Mudgee Mudgee. Friday. While delivering milk on a Mitor Cycle to Day Bruce Brown of Lue was attacked by to. Big Wallaby. Brown was knocked off his Cycle but eventually beat off the Marsupial. He was not injured. The was tax in the Issue of the National advocate on july 9, the wages tax advertisement owing to a transposition of a line was some that involved. The current Reading is As follows payment of w3�ts tax by employers 1 where the Nur Reber of employees liable to pay wages tax is ten or More the employer is required to pay the tax collected from his employees to the commissioner of taxation pairings Bank building 14 Castlereagh. Street. Sydney by Means of Cash Cheque Money order or postal note accompanied by the employer s remittance form which will be supplied free of charge. Tho official receipts for payment should Ibe affixed to the prescribed records As directed to. The employer s schedule. Time for payment of wages tax by employers employers Are required to pay wages tax collected from employees by re mitting to Tjie commissioner of Taxa Tion or affixing Stamps to the pre Titi bed records As Tho Case May Ibe upon every regular pay Day. Instructions to employers and amounts of wages tax to be collected frn employees full instructions As to the Dut ies and liabilities of Etc Ployer in regard the collection and any Merit off wave tax. And tables showing am orate of wage tax to recollected from employees Are set out in the employer s to i ? careless driving i ? f Cross Marks the spot. Beside the Road from Callao to Lima Peru this Monument stands As both Tomb and warning. Showing the cause and effect of careless driving it holds up the car that killed two prominent peruvians beneath it the two Are buried. / ,. Tho. Rango of b.5.a. Motor cycles includes a Viv Ysra a Rondol for Overy purse and purpose Ond Oil Aro cc1u a including electric Light. Perfect design Ond simple construction eliminates Tho no Cassity of constant tinkering and tuning. In Pochy add to this outstanding performance Ond the fact Wolf Thot . Motor cycles always command in a Baghott second hand prices and you Havo v i t in a reason for their overwhelming popularity. V Ujj Isy Over twice As Many More . Motor cycles prices from Woro so boat and or motor the Mii f of �15 de Cycle on this Markot. Week. And a Trade Iff your old motor Cycle or Cycle. Consult your local . Agent or Post Coupon to Day j. A. Wright 57 Keppel Street Bathurst to Ilene to & Wood Ltd. N a i car. Pitt and Bathurst streets Sydney. I please Sord me Post Freo particulars of . ?. ? motor Cycle. Norro ? ? ? ? ? ? address ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Plain fancy i 1 jul / a to Atiqi Fly by re i 1whether you need a writing pad h i a iii of a a compendium or a Dainty Box of a iii i social stationery you will find just what you need Here a a big variety offers at most reasonable prices. . Cahill 1 the Book Arcade 94 William St., Tel 107 1 cml private Sale Choice farm close to Bathurst. Between 300 and 400 acres. Good Homestead outbuildings and conveniences. Full particulars Burk Ebros. Think 267. Travel service j a Commonwealth savings Bank pass Book disposes or All Moey worries that usually trouble the traveller. Money can ? Btu it der Fresl Atod withdrawn or i. Deposited at toy one of the Batik s Moo to finches and agencies without Cost. Vio a fits. J ensure the it Moi . Jand safety by travelling not with a dangerously la Granio if lib Money in your pocket but with Sist your pass Boot to see you through. Id i boy is l i i a. A Wealti savings Joanl of Lustra Tel ? Gnu Iseed by tie commonw�ai4b government

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