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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Bathurst, New South Wales Banking system of Leleia. ? ? i by retired Bank official evidence at commission Sydney Friday. A quirk b. Young retired chief in h of the cd Nima wealth Bank Tjia Che Royal commission on Bank ing to Day that there was too much explication in the present banking system. It could not be regarded As economical. The present system he said was 7x0 new Cen but it was wasteful land imposed an excessive charge upon the Community for its services. It Aquia of operated to. The fullest sex the interests of the whole of Australia and free from political or any other influence. The witness said that the Mon stary banking system had become More and Mare involved in Public finance it appeared necessary to take the National d by and insert tit charge upon into account in any effective study of the position. Citizens band the 1annxjal meeting children again vote Nuho. Thursday. The Dubbo citizens band held its annual meeting at the town Hail last night when by a majority of one vote children Vot Ingall children in attendance were allowed a vote their Ages ranging from eleven or twelve years to fifteen years and some of ten were in attendance. The retiring president i at p. White presided and at the outset presented the notice of motion asking that the rules be so adjusted that no person under the age of 16 years be allowed a vote. Considerable Dis Cussion took Loco among the Large attendance both on the matter of who was entitled to vote and the merits of the motion. Aid. White said that at the last annual meeting children As Young As seven years of age were allowed to vote and he himself did not re Gard juniors from that age up to sixteen of age As Bondsmen. A a. Farrell a member of the band lie had 3o years experience in Tot and regretted that children a. To be allowed a vote As even in James no matter what age they were had always been declined votes or. Even All interest in the manage ment of the bands until they had been admitted As playing members of the band. Von going to a vote the children re allowed a vote and it was they try a majority of one vote who Defeated. The motion. In his report the retiring Secretary or w. J. Field referred to the trouble in the band caused by per Sonal feelings and which had re acted to the detriment of the band which was in its 52nd year. He also referred to the fact that certain Mem Bers of the band had resigned at a Tinte. When their assistance was most needed and he regretted their Lack or to give the right help. Verti. C financial statement disclosed 3ver. F celts for. The year were -4, and expenses were so High 5w tip see the year completed with a inc Offik credit balance of 11/, with 9/9 Rte of Jid and �18/1/3 in outstanding Oake. Its. The assets of the band wer 3innxb ? ? in the Vicinity of �365. Eng re action of officers occupied a boil Sid Erable time difficulty be Moust is Rincea in obtaining both a .7 and a full committee and to Ashe ? positions persons who were in attendance at the meeting elected a was the Case with several of the vice presidents. Following a ballot or. S. Lovett by ejected president gaining a major Lettai one vote Over f ifs o Jot was also conducted for the a Tat on of vice presidents those Uris de being messes. T. Cowie r. A ii lace h. C. Moseley s. Burrough and w. B. Palmer the Defeated two being Aid. To v. Ryan and or Frank bums. Imp. W. C. Percy was elected auditor general Wio Posea a a Shire and town clerks to the positions of trustees to the band. 9ir. J. J. Mcginty was elected treasurer unopposed and after Var ious persons including the retiring i Secretary had declined election or. A. Lees was Aji posited Secretary and or. A. N. Stroud assistant Secretary. The following committee was declared elected unopposed messes. F. Burns f. Gilbert j. Taylor e. Bai ley l. Currie g. H. Cole e. Trig Lone . Ryan a. W. Clea ver and a Pearce a bandmaster ? the band representatives Are a. Stroud a. Levings j. Parker and j. Hyades. New Balcony mayor mentions litigation Dubbo thursday. At Council meeting Uio question was raised about Itlie Brisbane Street building where a Talony is being erected Over the Footpath the con eur Cotton of which Council head up recently because a breach he been committed by allowing the roof to be too close to the High powered electric mayor was surprised to hear that tie construction of the Balcony Mem Ophir. He said Council had served notice on the owner to cease construction when the error was Dis eased As the result of a visit to the building by the manager of the lighting company on on inspection at the electric installation to the building. He assured Council Tiht it was extremely dangerous to allow the Root of this Bajo my to be within 18 inches of Tihe High powered wires when the act provided that they must not he closer Ian bins. However when convinced that the flt Fork was proceed ing tie Ebyur replied there is u Able to to a decent Tow action Over tills to Lotta. ? English Al Stephenson impresses week end team announcement expected icon Dan. apart from those who Are considered certainties for the . Tour or Australia those who did themselves most Good in the gentlemen v players match at lord s to Day were a. R. Cover Surrey. A. A. Stephen son Essex and j. Gocr staff Notts. The lord s wicket is completely Ful fils the Marylebone club s preference for sporting naturalness that nobody nowadays know How it is going to play. Bowling performances must there fore Ibe treated with circumspection in relation to australian conditions. Nevertheless the Effort of the dark Mous cached 28 year old Stephenson was of outstanding Merit. Stephenson is a Good length Bowler with ability to turn the Ball both ways. His. Attack is some respects resembles Tate s he is usually employed As a first change Bowler rather than a new Ball Bowler which perhaps is because Essex has a fast Bowling Bat Tery. I the tact that Duckworth was not chosen for the match indicates that he is a certainty for first position but there is keen Competition for second notably Between Mccorkell and Levett. The daily Telegraph learns that the team for Australia will not be an nov iced until the week end but that Stephenson Hardstaff Fishlock and Gover May be added to the list of ? probables. The cricketing correspondent of. The times describes Stephenson As the great Man of the match. The scores were a gentlemen Wyatt b Gover ? 0 Melville c Verity b Copson. 1 Trumbull c Gover 4 Pearce b Gover ? 1 Mitchell Innes Lbw a Gover. 3 Allen Lbw b Copson ? 3 Holmes b Gover ? 3� Brown c Copson b Gover ? 55 Stephenson b Gover ? 9 Levett not out ? ? 9 j fames b Copson ? s sundries ? ? 10 total ? ? 130 i Bowling Gover 6/41 Copson 4/29 Verity 0/35 Sinfield 0/15. Players Barnett c Levett b Allen ? 0 Gimblett c find b Stephenson. 3 Leyland b Stephenson ? 0 Hammond b Stephenson ? 12 Hardstaff c Pearce b Stephenson 69 Fishlock not out ? -13 Sinfield Lbw b Stephenson. 0 Mccorkell b Stephenson ? 0 Verity b Stephenson ? 2 Gover c Levett b Stephenson. 3 sundries ? i5 nine wickets Lor ? vhf third test 1 England s depleted team Sydney Friday. After a sound trial to Day Jim Brough Captain of England s league team announced that he would not be fit to play in the final test match to Morrow. He is suffering from a torn muscle in tie Groin. The weather prospects for the test could not be More favourable for Australia. The state meteorologist or. Mares said to Day that the depression which caused yesterday s Light showers had moved away from Sydney and for to Morrow he anticipated mostly Fine and Clear skies. Hie wind at times How Ever. Would be squally and South West. There is Little Prospect of rain to Day or tonight so the ground should be fast. . Inquiry evidence concludes counsel s addresses on monday Sydney Friday. Complete re opening of the cose of Ernes Wililam Howe was announced by or. Wiik Meyer to fore the Royal Jcj Mission 011 s p. Betting cases this morning. Or. Lindeyer said this step followed evidence Given by Edward fran Cis o Cumnor. O Connor was called this morning by or. A. S. Lloyd who is appearing i for the police association. O Connor s evidence was that he i knew Filomon a was standing up for. Howe and that he had seen Howe taking bets. Or. Cassidy said he would recall Howe and or. Lindeyer said that other witnesses including i Lamont a could have to be recalled. To or. Cassidy o Connor said that he had been convicted under the name of Gilhooley As Well As under his own name. ? ? after completing evidence the com. Mission adjourned until monday when counsel s addresses will com Mence. ? ? cold spell Snow in Victoria . Friday. With Snow falling at Bulla rat Kyneton Beaufort Trentham. Wodis Point Walhalla and Vesper and with Huftil falling along Tara coast Fruim port albeit to Nelson to oomph filed by 0 freezing wind. Sitf tents of Melbourne Felt almost Loe Bousel to Day. The minimum temperature of 38.2 was a Clad at . Even at suburb a few 1 Miles from the. Cit i an the shores of the Bay Snow Feli for two minutes beginning at 8.15 Oral. Heavy Falls were registered through out South Gipp land extending to within 30 Miles of coast and Over the Dandenong to la nearer mils to the City. At a Kras owe of tiie coldest Points Snow Tell of a of a hours and Early. To aay Mas it Fol ? 98 William Street Bathurst phone Bathurst 567. M under vice regal patronage la do studios photography of distinction where the son is always shining a i 194 summer Street Orange phone Orange 246 developing and printing is a Job for an expert a that is if you want the Best results your films will receive our personal attention. We Are agents for the world Famo Silford Sel Chrome and Aga super sensitive Panchromatic films. The Ideal film for Winter snaps. Where other films fail selo Chrome and Aga succeed. We have a vacancy for a Pupil boy or girl. Must have Good pass in leaving certificate. Premium required. Charity race meeting to be held on october 23 and 24 last night s Public meeting a mooted Charity race meeting to be conducted by the Bathurst turf club far the Benefit of the Bathurst District and St. Vincent s hospitals and Bathurst ambulance service was discussed at a Public meeting in Bathurst town Hall last night Ond Fri Day and saturday october 23 and 24 were set Down As tentative racing dates. A committee was appointed 1 to arrange prize Money and either details and it will hold its first meeting in ithe town Hall on tues Day night next at 8 pm. The meeting was presided Over by the mayor Aid. M. J. Griffin who at tie election of officers ctr the Charity committees was elected sex Offlio to each. Messes d. Mckenzie w. Bailey Taylor and r. Golsby re presented the Bathurst District hos Pital at the meeting Rev. Failor Dunne and messes j. Fish represented St. Vinicent g Hospital and or. B. Gregg president if the ambulance committee represented that body. Apologies were received from ambulance committeeman j. P. Barrett and ambulance superintendent r. Scott. Bathurst turf club which has shown generous attention to the needs of the three charities was represented by its president or. Sam Wil Liams and committeemen Tom Burke and j. Tonkin. The gathering after the mayor had briefly explained his purpose to con vening the meeting decided to ask the president of the turf club to arrange a Date with the1 . Preferably october 23 and 24 a race committee wus appointed consisting of the following messes Mckenzie Bailey Taylor and Grisby District Hospital Jack Mockler Mick Burke St. Vincent s Hospital b. Gregg j. P. Barrett. H. Terry ambulance service and g. Gunther les. Williams w. P. Kelly e. C. Murray and j. Henderson. Bathurst turf club committee As a whole was incorporated in this cd Smittee. ? flying doctor another heroic flight Melbourne. Friday the bringing of a Man named Stacey about co Miles in a plane from Hall s Creek to Wyndham after Stacey had been kicked by a horse has been reported to the australian Aerial medical services by Telegram from its flying doctor or. R. J. Cito at Wyndham. The patient suffered abdominal in juries and general peritonitis and his condition was serious. A journey by the Ordinary Means of transit from Hall s Creek to Wyndham often takes from three to four Days. Nils is ii he sixth serious Accident Case to be conveyed by the Aerial ambulance Dunbar Hooper since it arrived in Wyndham in july 1935. Or. Coto has made 10 flights on account of sickness or routine visits to hails week. The total mileage flown by the Dnn tar Homer 6500. Safety first 1 control of traffic committee s recommendations i Sydney. Friday. I a number of matters concerning tray b n ? traffic control were discussed at the last of the sub Ommittee meetings of the traffic conference held to Day. It was decided that special consideration should be Given among other things to the following questions a 1 wider control by police of Pedes Trian trains on roadways. 2 Taegu Laton 01 of Cycle Hiramc 3 use Bill coat carts scooters it cd a in roadways. 4 Drivers signals. 5 review of the regulations with regard to overtaking and cutting to. 6 consideration o f penalties generally for breaches of traffic regulations indy to cause serious accidents 7 review of the position with re Gard to travelling and strap stoc on roadways a a 8 adoption of a uniform system As to traffic signals. Feathers soft and clean for Beds pillows Etc from 6d. La. Everlasting and cheaper than Kapok. Send i for samples. Australian Feather i Wiik 40a Glebe Street Glebe. Monster Timber and Iron Sale Durke Bros have received instructions from the owners to sell at the old freezing works Bentinck St., Bathurst the whole of the material consisting of about a 2 500 sheets of Iron different lengths. 20000 feet of Oregon lining & flooring boards. Iron brine tanks. Freezing piping of four rooms. 1 hosk3ns boiler Ana Mack Ines in. Large shed 60 x 40 Iron and Oregon. Timber. Together with to in whole and sundries too numerous to mention. No Reserve a Burke Bros. Monday july 27th. At eleven o clock Sharp. note on account of the enc Ermous Quantity to be sold the Sale will Sttuart to time. Burke Bros. Auctioneers Bathurst. Phone 267. Don t forget St. Mary s Ball Bathurst Hall wednesday next july 22, 1936 Gloo chasers orchestra juvenile Ball thursday next july 23 1936. Football 1 extraordinary England v. Group 10 ? at Liti Igov on ? monday next july 20th. Bathurst residents Avail yourself if the particularly Low fares operating on the special train. Fare 4/ return children 1 Price. See your station Mas Ter for particulars great Early matches Bathurst District v. Oberon District at 12 45 . Orange District v. Mudgee at 1.45. . Gates open at 11 am your last Opportunity to see the 1936 English tourists in action. For inquiries phone Tho group Secretary. H. Brazil. Phone 261 special football train Iea Vung Portland 9 . Lor to u Range . Leaves Orange on return journey at 7.30 . J. Har Tchee Sec. Portland league. How to keep the liver up to tone without the use of habit forming Calomel ? o ? if you feel sour tired and weary and the world seems out of tune Don t Swallow a lot of salts Mineral water Oil laxative lollies or chewing gum and expect them to make you Sud Denly Joyful and buoyant. They can t do it. They Only move the bowels and a Mere movement is not sufficient reason for the trouble is your liver. When functioning correctly the liver Fihn Lri a nor Mit re cmdr ctr Linn id bile into the bowels Dally. If this bile is not flowing freely your food Doest digest. It just decays in the bowels. Wind boats up your stomach breath is foul skin often Breaks out in blemishes your head aches and you feel Down and out. Your whole system is poisoned. One or two Brownetter regularly at bedtime will get this two pounds of bile flowing for you. Brown ettes Are of vegetable composition and contain no ? Calomel whatsoever. Brownetter Are obtainable anywhere for 1/3, or direct from Frederick Horne chemist Bathurst. Phone 41. Write Lor free Sample. To Home seekers newly built modern Brick cottage sleep out Bubek Verandah Kitchen bathroom laundry electric Light severed. Garage with 80ft. Building allot ment adjoining. The lot for Quick Sale. £800. Edgar Yeo. House and estate agent 252 Russell Street new South Wales Federal and state income taxes and special income tax. Notice is hereby Given that re turns of income received during the year ending on 30th. June 1936, Are required to be furnished to the com missioner of taxation savings Bank building 14 Castlereagh Street Syd Ney by All persons other than those exempted hereunder on or before the dates hereinafter stated a 1. On or before 31st. July 1936 by All persons whose incomes Dur ing the period above mentioned were derived from salaries wages allowances bonuses stipends overtime or other remuneration As employees or from rent interest annuities dividends or other sources other than from a Busi Ness. A return need not be furnished a a where the Gross income of any Perucci did not exceed �100 b where the Gross income of any person consisted solely of salary or wages not in excess of �250, and from whose salary or wages his employer is deducting Tho wages taxi 2. On or before 31st. August 1986 a by All companies and by All persons carrying pm business of any description Trade or profession whose incomes for the period above mentioned were derived partly or wholly from such business Trade or profession irrespective of the Gross amount of such income. ? 3. On or before 31st. August 1938 a by All persons non res Dettt in Australia whose incomes from All sources in new South Wales amounted to �1 or Over for the period before mentioned. All persons liable to furnish returns Are hereby informed that forms of returns except those la a companies May be obtained at any Post office. Receiving office court House police station railway station or customs House in new South Wales at the stamp duties department. Phillip Street Sydney and at the depart ment of taxation savings pank build ing 14 Castlereagh Street Sydney. Forms for companies May be obtained on application to the department of taxation at the above address. E. J. Mcmahon commissioner of taxation. Penalty for failure to furnish returns an amount not exceeding �100. Cycles cycles six second hand cycles for Sale. Perfect order from 50/-. Also new Triumph cycles �7, at Dave Brooks Lambert Street who won the lottery ? have you Ever heard people say 1 was Only two numbers off the prize that is bad Luck but it is not too late to change. Send to Day for one of our Lucky charms and your Luck will change overnight. Maybe that Long dreamed of trip will come to pass and a car or Home or Independence for the rest of your life. This can be yours by sending 1/ . To Margot Young 50 Hunter Street Syd Ney. I Loans if you Are in need of ready Money it will Cost Yon nothing to consult us regarding our terms and conditions Loans arranged on furniture motor cars pianos without Possession or any reasonable Security. Advances also granted on promissory notes if in permanent employment. Call or write the mortgage loan and finance co. 132 William St., Bathurst private address mrs. J. Embleton Holly Den Keppel Street for private Sale cottage with nearly 21 acres land 8 Miles Bathurst close station and school particulars Price & terms h. Bisset auctioneer a Bathurst the column that will get you what you want. Rugby Union sports ground this afternoon sex students v farm 2 of clock saints v boomerangs 3.15 o clock. £5 in prizes at the St. Benedict s big euchre tournament in the Bathurst Hall to night. Overcoats at half Price. Latest in Tweed from 18/6 leather Over Coats from 39/6. Unclaimed suits largest Stock of really first class suits in Australia More than 500 to choose from. And is fit you just like a made to measure at half their original value. Coats and vests 12/6. Latest Blazer half Price. Trousers to measure Cream gabs and latest Shade Greys from 18/6. Dinner suits Sale from �2/17/6 hired 7/6. Joe Laskey s 106 William Street. Lost yesterday 10/ in Piper Street please return 72 Piper St. Incubators for Sale. Mulli Plo Ca Binet 1274 egg capacity Preddey & Buffalo. Each 250 egg capacity. Good condition and working order. Reasonably priced. Curtis 277 Lambert Street. Date of Golf associates dance Walshaw Hall has been altered from july 25th. To wednesday july 2guv. Large size porcelain mixing bowls 2/6. Large porcelain up Deiling basins 1/-. 200 Sheet writing pud a better Pas 9d. At the Western stores and Edgley s Ltd. Wanted washing and ironing done for one family. Apply washing this office. Tailored to measure suits �4/4/-. A suit you will be proud to own. Tai lored by the Western stores. Fit style and workmanship guaranteed. The annual dinners Ball. Masonic Hall August 5th. 1936. Continuous i dancing 8 till 2. I is. Michael and John s Debat ing society s dance red Rose cafe tonight. Mrs. Roberts orchestra. Lost �1 last night in William St., or Howick Street by person in poor circumstances. Please return advocate ? for Sale fuel Roc til Heater. Bega stove As new Ward stove 100 window sashes and doors 4 folding doors 7x7 opening counters. Ore gon and Hardwood Timber Etc. Cheap. At the Yard 201 Russell Street. Phone 76. Select old time dance Walshaw Hall tuesday july 21st. Home made supper. Admission 1/-. After Sale bargains Oll men s working trousers now 4/11. 4/11 pyjamas for men. Now 3/11. 7/11 and 10/6 to Jurist shirts oddments now 3/11. The Western stores and Edgley s Ltd. Come along Aind enjoy yourself at the old time dance. Bathurst Hall tonight saturday. J. Burke promoter. Wanted a useful girl. Apply 212 Stewa Ift Street. W. B. Cottage in perfect order 4 rooms Kitchen. Bathroom. Laun dry severed electric Light and garage. Very Central. For Quick Sale. £325. A Gur Yeo House and estate agent 252 Russell St. Phone b09. Brick cottage 4 rooms Kitchen bathroom. Laundry. Severed. Garage. Elevated position. £650. Edgar Yeo. House and estate agent. 252 Russell Street. Phone 309. Reserve saturday 8tn. A gust 1936 for Amateur Cycle club s dance. Masonic Hall. Good Home Maine supper. Visiting riders e n certain i. C. Hodge . Sale Lucerne Hay monday next. 3 . Burnt Flat it. Tamar re. Burke Bros. Don t forget old time dance at per Hville tuesday next 21s. Bus leaves Post office at 8 . Musical tuition in piano Banjo Marciolle. Piano accordion Bank instruments. Ukulele. Lessons Given ill your own Home. H. Lupp 127 Stewart St. Phone 572. Railway inst Etc social club s mid Winter Novelty gala. Mad Hatter s Parade. Other novelties prizes Etc. To night usual prices. The choicest of first Grade Choco lates and sweets at the Blue Bird cafe. Hot malted milks milk Shikes or hot beef Tea. Fresh pork or beef sausages. Fresh Cream and milk Dally. Orders delivered. Phane 138. Say 99 when the radio is sick. Laycock s 53a Keppel Street phone 89 St. Mary s juvenile Ball Plain & fancy dress. Good prizes Bathurst Hall thursday july 23, 1936 tickets 1/6 Winter layers bred to Lay and bred to pay. Black Orpington Only 5/ per setting. Edgar. Yeo 252 Russell Street Rumity pays a get the Best. For Sale Brick Home six rooms All conveniences. Two allotments of land. Central position. The lot �900. A. Walker Church St. 0ber0n Shire Council tenders roadwork tenders Are hereby endorsed and will be received by the undersigned up till 10 . On sturday 25th. July. 1936, for the following via contract 36/18. shooters Hill Road. Completion of construction travelling Etc. New partially executed one Section 3 Miles 266 feet. Plans and specifications May to inspected at the Shire office Oberon during office hours and it is Essen tial that tenderer should ceo the state of the present works. Tenders to be submitted in accordance with the requirements of the local government act 1918, and ordinance 23 thereunder. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Fred h. Rowe Shire clerk Council Chambers Obercz 2nd. July 1936. Government notice notice appears in government Gazette of the 17th. July 1936, with respect to Road Purchase application by Samuel Beddies 3 acres 1 Rood. Boundary Road separating portion 153 from portion 94 part of Boundary Road Separ Alting portion 153 from portion 69 West of reserved Road with in portion 353, Parish Langdale county Westmoreland land District Bathurst Shire Oberon. K. 36-44. Objections must be lodged with the minister for lands within one month from the Date of the Publica Tion of the notice in the Gazette. G.,f. Allman . For lands. Now is the to have your old fur and leather Coats repaired for 15/-. Pulbrook a William Street can make your old leather coat look like new for Sale Large Home outside town area with 40 acres of land cheap for Quick Sale. Full particulars from i a. Wulker Church St. 0bar diggers race club Spring meeting september 19th. And 21st. 1936 �200 programme. £121 double nomination fees 2/ Box 8. F. Costello. Pinto Pete j in Arizona the brightest entertainment on the air tune in to 2gz j every tuesday at j at 8.45 . A boxing a to night saturday july 18 masonic Hall 10 Rounder George Smidley late of Bali urst who d. Tommy Jones or Sydney. Harold Murphy Orange coming Bantam Champion of the West. 6 Rounder Billy King Orange v. Young Lorenzo Lithgow. 4 Rounder Benny Tempone Lithgow v. Lucky Levings Bathurst 4 Rounder Joe Rodwell Orange v. Billy Jones Lithgow. Dowder Waddell referee t. Lenthall. Promoter. Ringside 5/- others 3/ and 2/ plus tax funerals with fully mounted polished Maple coffin te2arse7, Slid Cir �12/10/ full particulars ring j. Tangye 117 Lambert Street phone 282 Confidence in their work a. Greenhill & son monumental masons Russell Street Bathurst Lave Faith in their work. That is the a son they Are Able to guarantee All work for 2 years and All Stone work or Ever. Also they guarantee All con Tete work is solid and Well reinforced at lowest possible prices. Any faulty Stone will be willingly replaced free of Cost. These fact speak for themselves. Trust Yoor monumental requirements to. A Greenhill & son who have proved to be first class or. George Lau on Lee chinese specialist herbal 334 Bourke Street Surry Hills Sydney. No Tel Atlon to any other herbalist. Rheumatism. Lumbago. Appendicitis. Nerves. Asthma. Goitre Catarrh chronic sores piles. Eczema. Ear j nose. Abscesses. Varicose veins. Bathurst wednesday 22nd 1936. At Edinboro a Sale hotel. I hours from 8.30 . To 12 noon. Only. Blayney tuesday 21st. July 1936 at Royal an open door Emaile Selassie May visit . Melbourne Friday. Commenting on the suggestion that Haile Selassie should be ii cited to at tend Tihe Centenary celebrations in South Australia the minister for external affairs sir George Pearce said the government would not put any oracles in his Way if he de sired to visit Australia

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