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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Bathurst, New South Wales Town1a1tle by gadabout an enjoyable fun Ticu took place last saturday night at the heme of or. And . Fred Bennett of Cross Street when a Surprise party was tendered to or. Walter Bennett to celebrate his coming of age. Ca behalf of those present or. Stan Cole presented the finest of with a wrist let watch dancing games and mus ical items verb indulged in during the evening. Amongst those present were misses d. Bennett e. Shute v. Shute e Bess m. Stoned. Wade j. Smith e. Mallet d. Baker e. Stapey l. Stanley e. Ccook m. Bayliss j. Seymour c. Morrissey m. Walteman m. Gannon. Messes. F. Bennett g. Bennett w. Burnett m. Holt s. Cole g. Cole c. My ? Donald r. Mcdonald p. Walteman ? r. Hutches Cir ? e. Hutchison g. Stuart g. Shute j. Shute a. Shute h. Day csc k. Baker k. Kearney j. De j. Seymour j. Patters a t. Weir t. Crofts k. Berg d. Ebbern . Bennett a. Shute p. Whiteman l. Berg w. Wade r. Whiteman a. Shute j. Seymour c. Mcdonald. Great interest is being shown in the staging of the Sunset Trail in Aid of St. Patrick s sports club Early next month the producer . Mcdonald of Sydney has been putting the cast and Ballet through their turns and ? everything Points to a successful show. The names of the members of the Rrt run tic Tell in tim wished shortly. After a prolonged Holiday during which she had a delightfully Happy time in Sydney miss Eviston of my j so Leys family hotel is expected Back in the City within a few Days. Congratulations were showered upon nurse t. S. Slattery of St. Vincent s i Hospital this week when she celebrated her Twenty first birthday. Quite a number or Bathurst younger set have been earning the right to a door key of their own. During the past few weeks but few have had a More Happy time than nurse Slattery who was guest at a delightful Little party at the Hospital when Many presents came her Way. Another of the popular St Vincent s nurses this time nurse m. Lucas has taken a Brief flight from Bathurst s cold weather. Nurse Lucas is now on Holiday at her heme in Wellington having left the City last sunday. During the week Bathurst Apex ians floated their annual Ball in grand ? style the . Masonic Hall being in fete for the occasion. Several Hundred gaily dressed dancers packed the floor acid though the ship was manned by a to Tver comr Era Tion West without a hitch due to the Fine captaincy of or. Reg Walllie and his Able men. Some charming dresses were worn by the Young ladies while the men were Given ample Opportunity of Fulli mustering in the Best nautical style. A colourful Novelty introduced among the Novelty items of the evening was a Brief fencing display by miss Ena Young recently arrived from Perth and or Sid Baker who wielded their flashing foils in highly colourful manner Darcy and two children. Nell and John who have been staying with her brother in Law or. Baker of Hamilton Street for some time has returned to Ragga and taken baby Barbara with her. After a delightful tour of Queensland mr., and ., a. Hodgson returned to Weir Durham Street Home during the week a the numerous friends of or. J. Wilson gathered at Lyls Lambert Street Home the occasion being the Celebration of his birthday which was Flutine by honoured. During supper Opportunity was taken to extend greetings Lor a Happy birthday after which Happy hours were spent with games dancing and musical items miss Molly Bayliss of hav Antian Street leaves today on a fortnight s Holiday which will be spent As the guest of her sister. Mrs h. Collins of Gran Ville. Sydney will be the Headquarters of or. And . H. Crapp of Russell Street for a few Days Mot Ting Down this morning. Mrs. B. Gregg of Katoomba is holidaying As the guest of . T. Mckibbin of o Connell or. B. Cavan Agli of William Street will be with the crowd which will wit Ness the final test match to Day. Having a delightful Holiday in town is . W. P. Tricker of Sydney who is a guest at the Park hotel. Expected Home to Morrow Are misses n. Cherry and d. Hancock after a three weeks tour of Sydney and Queensland. Iv1t. Aim ivies. N. Raj you a no Immy of Yetholm Are at present enjoying annual holidays which Are being spent with relatives at Chat Wood. Little Nola Piper has reached her sixth year and the occasion was fit tingly celebrated when her parents or. And . A. Piper of Gladstone ? ? Street issued invitations to Nola s play mates to join her birthday party which were readily accepted so on tuesday ? afternoon ? the Piper Home rang with. Children s laughter. After All the Dain ties so ably prepared by . Piper had 1 been disposed of games were indulged in throughout the afternoon which were thoroughly enjoyed by All. Nola received a Nice collection of gifts to. Remind her of the sincerity of her Little. Playmates and How Jolly affairs birth Day parties Are. Those who gathered to wish Nola a Happy birthday were. June Webb Pat Piper Shirley Kable Audrey Mitchell Kevin Piper Marg Aret Wellman Ronald Johnson and Alan Parkes. The birthday cake which was a work of Art was the gift of Nola s aunt . J. L. Piper of Wil Liam Street. Receiving the congratulations of their Host of friends on the arrival of a Bonny daughter Are or. And . Hilton Tobin. Of Greenbank Lagoon. Bathurst parliamentary member or. C. A. Kelly officially opened the Tennis courts at Yetholm in Satur Day afternoon. Residents from near and far were in attendance the fun Tucci taling the form of a Basket Pic Nic. After declaring the courts officially opened or Kelly opposed by to. Mow Bray played the first game. Another of those delightful functions organised by members of Lodge will take place in the Walshaw Hall on tuesday veening these monthly socials have become a permanent a a a it of our social life and Are always thoroughly Onjo file. As the admission charge is Only 1/, with a Home made supper served makes one Good reason Why such functions Are popular. Holidaying in town Are or. And . K. O Donoghue and daughter of the Rock. Durin their Holiday period they Are the guests of . O Donoghue s parents or. And . W. Cosgrove of Bentinck Street. After a service of Over 30 years with the railway department. Or. M. J. Delaney of Lambert Street commences retiring leave to Day. The genial Mies was fare welled by his workmates yesterday afternoon when on their behalf or. E. Tanner presented him with a travelling Rug. In doing so or Tan Ner said that they All regretted los ing such a staunch Workmate and he Felt sure he voiced the sentiments of the staff when he wished Mick a Long and Happy retirement other stall members to pay tribute were j. K Mitchell carpenters w. Aspinall blacksmiths and c. Hodge fitters. Or. Delaney feelingly responded. A Surprise party was Given at the Home of or. And e. By own Bril Iiant-et., for the 21st birthday of their Only son Albert. The night was spent in games dancing and singing and at supper the guest of Honor. seated with quite an assortment of. Presents. Pie party broke up in the 6mall hours of the morning. Amongst the guests or. And . E. Brown misses k. Tracey g. Edwards v. Hoogs rth m. Howard f. Lemon Harden a. Brown . L. Pascoe is. An drills. W. Tindall messes. B. Ament b. Cole v. Free Stone n Freestone j. Griffin r. Howard k. Or Slali a. Brown. On Friday evening of last week the South Bathurst methodist Hall was the scene of a very Happy gathering celebrating the coming of age of mar Jorie eldest daughter of or and h. Stuart of rocket Street. Music and competitions were enjoyed till 8.30. When the 25 couples were led by the guest and her parents to a sumptuous supper prepared and decorated in tones of Lemon and Orange by the guest s Mother and sister. The place cards were daintily hand painted by. Miss Enid Gambrill of North Strath Field Friend of the guest. The two Deoker birthday cake made by . Stuart was decorated in Lemon with the customary ladder added. The usual toasts were proposed that of the King by or. E. Elms of the guest by Rev. E. M. Boyer and of the parents by or. F. Fragar. Or. Stuart responded and presented miss Stuart with a beautifully embossed brass key. Games and Community singing brought the Happy function to a close Marjorie was the recipient of Many Beautiful gifts including a Gold wristlet watch from her parents. I mentioned last week that i might whisper some of the novelties prom ised for the diggers Ball but on Sec Ond thought that would hardly be fair. You May depend however that they will be produced at just the right moment to Surprise and Delight the crowd. I Don t remember greater enthusiasm for any function for years and everybody who is anybody seems to be going. When i ask what Are you wearing i am answered by myster ious nods anti. Winks. Tiv 9ne boy Friend tells me he is Haile Selassie. I Hope Mussolini does nor. Chase him round the floor. Another couple to Start their annual holidays today is or. And Are h. Hutchison and baby Elaine he Hope the Eweather keeps pleasant for them. On saturday night August 8, Tho Bathurst Lamn eur Cycle dub will conduct a monster dance in the masonic Hall to culminate the Bathurst Orange return Road wee. The main object of the dance is to entertain the visiting riders and in All it is expected that Over 70 cyclists from oth r centres will be in attendance an excellent Home made supper will be provi de and should prove the finishing touch to another of Tho clubs popular. Dances. A dance of unusual interest fill take place in the red Ross. On thursday 13th. August. It will to Conducta by the ladies hockey and Rod fishermen associations. As both associations have Large followings the i dance should prove a huge Success miss Joan Holden hockey and or. I Dudley Macaulay a Fisherman Are working hard for this function. It was originally arranged to hold the t Ance on 5th. August but As the committee did not went to clash with a Hospital Ball it was decided to postpone the Date. The tickets will any be 2/ All round. Or. And . Frank Williams of Manly accompanied by or. And or cry of Melbourne have been Speni 3ng a Days in Bathurst end i have had a Busy time looking up old friends and have taken . Edward a. Cox of. Carillon court Back with them for a Short Holiday. The juvenile Ball to be held in the Bathurst Hall on thursday night next july 23, is being eagerly looked for Ward to by the Young people of Bath urst. A number. Of Good prizes willbe offered to wearers of fancy cos tume and it is that there will be keen Competition for the trophies As quite a Good number of Young patrons have been preparing their cd itsume far some time. Everything possible has been done to ensure the Success of St. Mary s Ball to be held next wednesday night in the Bathurst Hall. It has been notice at previous functions that during the supper interval when the orchestra is absent no matter How excellent the extras might be played on the piano there seems to be lacking in the atmosphere. In an attempt to avoid this and to main Tain the Lively spirit the committee of i St. Mary s Ball have arranged by Courtesy of . W. J. Gunther to have the Royal hotel orchestra in at Tendance while the Gloo chasers Are having a Well earned repast and rest. Debutantes will be presented to the mayor of Bai Hurst Aid. M. J. Grif Fin. And the lady Mayoress miss Molly Garland. It is anticipated that the functions will attract a record crowd. Uncle Toby s Oats Best of All breakfast foods for growing children. Willi never n Croce of husks or Farilio spoil its fresh delirious flavour and possessing generous hotly building elements that scientists stole growing children definitely need in is Little Svonder Bluit growing girls Ond Hoys relish their breakfast of Uncle Tobys Ontso and thrive on us sold Ewry Jere Manu act Rcd by Clifford love 6 co. Ltd. Clarence Street. Sydney Uncle Toby s Oats a pm a mute the guaranteed Way a a a Ai men. By Rood brio id fit Nimrud Daen swi a Lam or Youj it b Nfn Adid Burtu der tmud6 we a of Telmlee my Fri a a Percy j. Al Noodle the chemist. Our permanent wave enables you to have your hair looking its very Best and hair Beauty is a most important Aid to loveliness. Your hair will look naturally Wavy if the work is carried out by efficient service. Only 15/ -5. Hold ? Haird Ruic. 1 15 George St. Bathurst. Pm australian cars prime minister s statement Melbourne Fri inv. I the prime minister or. J a. Lyons stated to Day that he did net agree with the View expressed at the Confer Nee of australian motor Industry representatives in Melbourne that the Commonwealth government s proposal to assist in the manufacture of cars in Australia was impracticable. This sort of thing was said of most of the secondary industries be ice they were successfully established in Australia or. Lyons said. The statement by the motor Indus try s represent adv s will be As effectively disproved As were statements about other industries in the past these things Entrance me these ? things in whee perfume of Rose the music of a Waltz. Chart iowan face powder. A pretty skin. Charm Osan face powder. Chan Sari. What a Lovely Lovely word and what a Lovely powder. Adored by the younger set for its suave Chic Mcoder Pliess. Loved by the not so Young for its Subtle Recap Turing and putting Back into their skin the thing they thought they had lost. The Sweet appealing witchery of youth. There is no powder like Charm Osan. ? it is a Star of Stais. For is it not the Choice of some of the world s Lov Liest women of the stage the films and society. Charm Osan face powder stays on for hours. ? in All shades and suntan. Big double size Box. So economical 2/6. Sold everywhere . Remove1 makeup dust Etc from your skin each night. With. Charm Osan cold Cream. This wonder Ful Cream goes right into the pores. And out again cleansing the skin marvellously and. Leaving it supple and smooth. Much better than soap and water ? this nightly Massage with Charm Osan cold Cream also keeps away hateful wrinkles and crows feet 1 it is perfumed with myrrh find Jasmin a gorgeous. Big jars 2/61 tubes 1/. Everywhere. ? ? ? it tally fined for Drunken driving / j by Well known airman. In trouble magistrate s Strong comments Melbourne Friday. Kenneth Morton Frewin chief Pilot of Holyman airways Ltd. Was fined Thi maximum amount of �30 at the Che Matt Murti to Day on a charge of having driven a motor car while he was under the influence of intoxicating liquor. Bis Iff ivling licence was ? cancelled and the magistrate or. Mclean a fold the Cas was so bid that he had considered sentencing the defendant to a term of imprisonment. According to evil hence a car driven by or win on july 9, collided with a stationary Tram and another car. He immediately reversed and drove off without stopping. Cor a. Kent said Frewin ? was very Tori tic when brought to. The watch hopi be he Luanei on the counter for support and when he let go he fell to the floor. He struggled violently and refused to answer questions sensibly. The defence was that Frewin was suffering from air neurosis which it was stated had Only recently been recognised by medical authorities. Or. Campball for the defence said that Frewin had been subjected to terrific nervous Strain. In the last three years he had Only had five weeks Holiday and an occasional Day off. For weeks on end without a break he had flown 1000 Miles a Cay. His nervous condition had been aggravated by an attack of influenza. He had Only two glasses of whiskey during the afternoon Beo Iuse is was not feeling Well. A stay of proceedings for seven Days was granted. Lottery Luck All big frees to City . Man s win. Set wet by Irav City and suburban residents Shore the four major prizes in lottery 353,. Which was drawn at the australian Hall to Day. First prize was won by Solo Syndicate. R. Allan Central Sta Tion. Second by the wishing Well Syndicate . B. Peters Chelsea 23 Leonard Street. South Kensington. Third by Strathnaver Syndicate. Miss Alice Grigg 25 Waters Road. Ure norne. Fourth by the flame Syndicate. Miss Hilda Pon 7 Ann Street City. Dave Brown Captain of the australian Rugby league team Drew the first four marbles. Prizes will be paid on lottery 864 will to Down on the same Day 1 a the prizes were a ? Bize �5000. ?. ?69961 , wooo. A sire ? third prize f 509 13162 fourth prize -�300. 67886 to prizes at �100 12229 27424 40048 56701 15983 29412 41137 76574 16539 ? 30011 44146 78029 1703633919 53868 85968 24266 s751 1 56514 88729 20 prizes at �50 4588 38293 59105 87718 7597 33847 65076 89045 17768 40559 78139 89928 34393 44027 81788 94409 37024. 49503 85114 96222 20 prizes at �40 2427 ? 26179 53064 70256 2918 33213 59761 81603 10542 17679 65671 835g5 15821 42504 65891 91548 24333 497131 69305 94051 20 prizes at �30 10102 38648 73034 91201 1458& 44694 74839 91977� g2649 -46867 75518 91998 28732. 52150. 84745 92817. 32664 64962 88820 96466 Esq Job is at �20 6837 ? ,.13055 45671 75253 7333 29171 48550 76g39 13177 30870 53844 77806 13658 32t749 552t79 81919 15068 32053 65613 9b528 16423 s&908. 69201 96861 -17634 44130 71997 97581 19295 .46456 associates Golf rain Mars Competition owing to bad weather the match Between Orange and Bathurst which was Ito have., been played at Orange ? yesterday has been postponed till Friday july 31, when it is hoped better weather. Conditions will make the trip More. Enjoy me. Associates Are asked to note that the. Date of the associates dance has been altered irom july. 25 to wednes Day july 29, the dance will be held ? in the Walshaw Hall and the committee is hoping for a very successful function Tho san mite our matches will be concluded next tuesday when m. Edgell will play miss n. Tremain in the final round the Competition on tuesday Grill be an 18 holes stroke and players Are asked to arrange ate it own partners. Today s Competition will be a nine holes stroke. ? ? made with \ 1 / Olive Oil \ i \t7hy arc these English Beau to keep your \ tics. Like other european \ skim 6011 1 women. So attractive to men \ because they know the allure j so id la palmolive for your Bath As Well lather is. Rich velvety deeply penetrating. But never irritating As a matter of fact it is Olive Oil nothing else which gives palmolive its soft of Ive Green Colour. This very Colour assures its purity. So keep Lovely All Over with palmolive. Use this wonderful soap made with precious a live Oil for your complexion and Bath. Learn for yourself Why palmolive is the Favourite Beauty soap in France Italy Germany and seven other european countries. The world Over More women use palmolive than any other 9 made in v. Australia you d there were 2 of me. Became i with Bon Ami there a no extra Riib Bici r. A a Motal to make surfaces gleam. As you clean a you get a Nice smooth glistening Shofie smooth because Bod Ami does t leave visions scratches or dulled spots. Works quickly too try Bon Ami on your Baths your Kitchen sink a for All your cleaning. I?1 the finest Cleanser you can buy Bon Ami does t Redden slim your hands re he has t scratched so Ute Wales travellers cheques a e an convenient method of Nieting a expenses. These cheques Dre. A sized in ? the Rel n f2, f5 an a 10 and Bear a specimen of Ellers signature for identification purposes. L. J. Can be cashed at any of the Bank s 770 in Australia new zealand the Pacific. R j s j1 London and its 7,500 agents and Forres v. A dents it Puzhou the for lev Bank s ? f Are 3lso Centt by the in Cipal ? ? ? Afflis f Jay a panties a hotels stares tourist to a a b 1.1 e j y c h 0 d is ? ? obtain Abl through ivs a flow he Bahk a l0,. Burlington theatre matinee and evening at the matinee Sci Day at 2.15 und this evening at 7.45 will be the first scr endings of the Burlington s big feature a wilderness a wild erness will be screened on monday and nightly. Oily next week. All wilderness. Is a me Rogoli Wyn Mayer production. Taken from Eugen o Neill a Groat american drama Wick an All set cast h add by Wallace Borry. Lionel a Rry incr. Alin Macmahon. Eric Linden Cecilia Parker and Micky Rooney. All wilderness teams two of the greatest stars 0 1 the screen to Day in a store the is literally the great drama of average life in a nation. That great Cia Matist Eugene o Neill s drama if family life adolescent love and the years. To those who a Young in love and to those who have b in in love this great drama is dedicated. Specially selected supporting shorts include our gang com y tha Pinch Singer musical revue 1 a coir la fiesta de Santa bar Tew oddity Alx hoppers coloured silly symphony the Wise Little he pox aus Suslian. News a cd. Shoeing Victory. Zirri aus trial a n olym Pio. Team. -.arrives-, in Berlin v.-. Allison in Gavis up. Victorian grand nationals be plechas1 at the a matinee Only the first j cd a of the new serial the or at Ajr mystery starring tailspin Tommy. Bank of France i government takes control Paris. Thursday. J the chamber of deputies approval to Day of the Bill giving the government Complete control of the Bank of France. For private Sale business premises comprising shop and dwelling with usual conveniences and Situ ated in one of the main streets. Can be purchased cheap a full particulars from a Clements & Mccarthy auctioneers Stock and property salesmen estate agents Etc. 103 William St. Pipione 69 Why buy books ? when a Jcj can join the Bathurst school of arts Library for 6/6 per Quarter equal to 6d per week Over 25,000 volumes to choose from. New books added Jai lors and business girls can ? join for a a per quart for Sale 1 3 stand shearing machine. Also Quantity urge shed posts round and Square apply stocks Bros

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