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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - July 23, 1938, Bathurst, New South Wales Ito ? a 1 n,»Lmttl-1 i to jul 1m�.�ii-.-u re 20/ pah in Advance win Purchase a Dally cop of the National advocate Bathurst for one year posted to any address ones do the City of Bathurst. Hospital keeps . Kinds of ills away try i i new Sand notes unsettled though mild weather continues. The englishmen in the fourth test scored 62 runs before lunch on a Good wicket. Now what have the English critics to say about this they had quite a lot of say about Pingleton and Brown who scored twice As fast. The Macquarre . Assembly meeting to be Neia Ai Pic Vuu Wiy Institute tomorrow pro Nikses to be of vital importance to the labor move ment in the Macquarie electorate important decisions will be reached. For the first time for years the pub Lic will be admitted to the gallery As the decision of the . That Only alternated delegates be Al Lowed in to listen to the debates has been reversed. The debates Are certainly Likely to prove most interest ing. Both sides of the question will pc presented. The Bathurst dog meeting today will be Worth attending. Excellent entries have been received. Or. Lyons is Only bluffing when lie hints at an Early Federal elec Tion. He is not no Ely w to any nun to jeopardise the life of his govern ment. Richard Tauber the Tenor declares that the australian trains Are too cold for him in Winter. What a pity he Ever left Austria where outside the Continental expresses passenger trains ire like cattle trucks. A Marsupial mouse a specie that is very rare in the Orange District was recently caught on or. Robert Ray s Orchard at March. It is about the size of a Small rat with hair like an opossum or Kangaroo rat. a motion was carried reducing his salary from �50 to �25 per year or. T. P. Sullivan Secretary of the Dunehoo show society who had held the position for 10 years tendered his resignation. The woman again at the Mudgee police court Lena Mary Dean a stranger in town was charged with driving a motor lorry in Short St. Mudgee on june 13, while under the influence of drink. Or. Cameron declared that the woman was not Jit j to drive. Or. C. Spring who rep resented defendant said that his client had been involved in family trouble and had taken a Little Brandy More As a stimulant. The police stated that defendant had been Fin l �1 �15 and �20 for similar offences about 10_.y�ars_aeo. Defendant was fined �10 with court costs and �1/1/ i medical expenses and was disqualified j from obtaining a License for a period j of two years from Date of expiration i of licence. If Ever Japan clashes with Russia she will probably find it quite a Dif Ferent proposition to the ill equipped and badly organised chinese. Congratulations to the Orange High school winners of the Astley cup. One wonders whether Hitler is sin Cere in his efforts to improve the relations Between Germany and Bri Tain. The fact that All efforts to make a Trade pact Between England and Australia have failed will be Gener ally regretted in Australia. Vested interests in England have always preferred Argentine wheat to that of Australia. All hands to the bumps in Lon Don two retired naval men have set up business As phrenology its. Although considerable mystery sur rounds the discovery on or. R. T. Hassall s Glendaruel property braid Wood of 11 dead sheep the theory Lias been advanced that cyanide Poi son was responsible. The sheep were All found at the Butts of big ribbon sum Trees which Are known to pro vide favourable feed for opossums and this lends color to the theory that cyanide was used. Previously. Two other sheep were also found dead while last week a valuable cow was discovered dead. Alt Wogh a search failed to reveal any baits the belief Liat the Stock were poisoned is strongly favored in brat woo d and the matter it is understood is being thorough investigated. About 35 temporary cleaners attached to the Loco staff at the Goul Burn Roundhouse have had to cease work As the result of a dearth in Southern traffic. Officials at the railway stated that the suspension of i lie men was Only of a temporary nature and that All the men would be reinstated immediately there was diff Clent traffic to again warrant their services. The men who form a Large percentage of the casual staff it the Roundhouse it is understood will not be off duty for any considerably length of time. Within a few hours of his girl wife s funeral Roy Wilson 28of Hart Ley was found fatally wounded in i the forehead. A pea Rifle Lay along la Side him. Lithgow ambulance Rush 5 �1 him to Lithgow Hospital where 1 he died shortly after admission. Wil 1 son Hali attended the funeral at i Lowenfels cemetery. Late to the morn no and returned to Little Hartley with or. S. Simpson about 3.30 pin. I a few minutes after he entered his Joom where he said he was Pong Tot Nave a sleep a thud was heard. Mrs is rav Fittler who lives at the farm rushed in to find Wilson unconscious. Of exceptionally sad circumstances sur re und the happening and its. Fore a Miner. The wife mrs. Eunice Doris Wilson was Only 19 years of age and a a in Lithgow Hospital Early on6 tuesday morning. She a i been a 4 of silent of Katoomba and went to live i it Hartley Only a Short time ago. Her 1 Arents live at Dubbo. The couple be devotedly attached to each oth % 1 the death completely unnerved 1 Ilson and he was very greatly upset a particularly after the funeral. 5 in capped from German s Heads 1 a n be considered a patriotic ? control 1 won of raw materials. The Bald headed now May be labelled non nordic. The most serviceable of ajl assets is reputation. A Otto h. Kahn. American yep. Over in our coun try we can grow ctr rats a mile Long. Scot ours grow so Long Here that we have had to Stop cultivating them american Why is that Scot because the rabbits in Australia keep nibbling it the roots ciu11 1hhve ? ? most children Are Given cod liver Oil As a Winter tonic. But Why do some children get real Benefit from their cod liver Oil whilst others gel Little Benefit a nowadays practically every careful in Mother gives her children a cod liver Oil tonic in Winter to build their systems and so keep them Safe from colds and epidemics. Why is it then that some children really Thuve on their cod liver Oil and become Strong sturdy and proof against illness whilst other children seem to get no Good out of their cod liver Oil and become Pale easily tired and often ill ? a famous medical research body has discovered inc answer the Good Poitr child gets out of cod liver Oil depends upon How Well he can digest it. When cod liver Oil is Given in the form of Scott s emulsion says this research body children can wholly digest the Oil and get All the bodybuilding protective goodness they need four Good reasons Why your child s cod liver Oil tonic must be Scotts Emu sigh 1 Ordinary cod liver Oil Anil cod liver Oil mixtures Are difficult for some children to take. 2 Scott s emulation is the most digestible Turni of cod liver Oil. Soon after taking a spoonful every drop has gone to strengthen the child whole body particularly the Chest and Longs. 3 Scon s emulsion stimulates your child s digestive juices. Thus it ensures that the body gels More a nourishment out of food. 4. Scoll e emulsion also contains hypo phosphates of Lime Anil soda to help till further in building up your child s Bones and Teeth. G next time you Art buying a cod liver Oil tonic for your children remember that Only Scott s emulsion has All these advantage. Without foundation allegations by padding ton member minister for health replies Sydney. Friday. Serious allegations made by or. M. O Sullivan lab. Paddington that a or. Mclaughlin of Paddington had been taken to the Liscombe state Hospital and admitted against his will Are without foundation according a tha minister for health or. H. B. Fitzsimons. The fact that Mclaughlin dressed himself and walked to the ambulance disposes of any suggestion that undue Force was brought to Bear upon him he said to Day. Burlington theatre 45 fathers Jane Withers or. Dodd takes the air the programme that commences at the Burlington matinee this afternoon is one that should Appeal to. All Clas ses of audiences having two. Excellent pictures 45 fathers and or. Dodd takes the air Jane Withers with the assistance of the hartmans renown so ventriloquists is cast in the Lead ing role in which she entertains the audience with her dancing and voice throwing i Jinks which go to make Many Mirthful situations sprinkled with tenderness and Romance. Other players include Thomas Beck and Louise Henry. The supporting attraction or. Dodd takes the air brings to the screen for the first time As As fully fledged actor. Kenny Baker famous american radio Star who entertains us with Good comedy and sings five popular song hits. Alice Brady Jane Wyman Gertrude Michael and Frank Mchugh help to make tills picture one of the gayest musicals of the year. Many and varied Are the High lights of this week s Fox australian newsreel including shots of barkers and biters at Kennel Board s big show in Sydney and. All Blacks Brilliant display against . This Gazette together with the Universal will Complete the programme whilst at the matinee Only the fourth episode of the thrilling serial radio patrol will be screened. An added attraction will be the outstanding Louis Schmeling fight. The matinee commences Ait 2.15 and this evening s session at 7.45. Constipation rheumatism ended quickly by tonic laxative Wondful new remedy. Orange salts com Bines Ilio advantages of puce Mineral Spring Salt with tile Sunshine vol Nln i ii round in urn Ges. by phys rain. 3/ us Jar. Sole Percy j. Moodie. The chemist australian s record pick a Back planes hop Britain to Canada Blind Atlantic flight new York thursday. Carrying pictures of the Royal visit to France the pick a Back plane Mer Cury landed at Montreal at 11.15 after a record non Stop crossing of the Atlantic. The plane was. In the air for 20 hours and 20 minutes. The actual Ocean hop from foynes Island to Cape Bauld. Newfoundland occupied 13 hours 19 minutes. With favourable Tail winds the australian Pilot Captain Bennett went on to Montreal without Landing. He created two records for besides cutting Down the previous fastest time for a. Flight across the Atlantic from East to West by one hour he made th2 first non Stop flight from Brit Ain to Canada. The i i Light has proved the practicability of the pick a Back principle which permits a heavily Laden plane to to carried aloft by a larger unit which is then detached when sufficient height and flying Speed has Baen attained. At Montreal. Bennett hastily unloaded some of his cargo refuelled and flew 330 Miles to port Washington j.s.a., the actual flying time from foynes Island to port Washington was 22 hours 24 minutes and the distance covered was 3042 Miles. Bennett said he was compelled when Over the Atlantic to Fly in inst Menth for ten hours after rain and fog enclosed the plane shortly after the Start. Spanish War Advance on sagunto loyalists dig in. Saragossa Friday. The Mai of away ? of Franco s troops Are now within two Miles of Viyer which is the Only big town except Sago be Between them and sagunto. The next big Republican resistance is expected in the newly fortified posts Between Viver and Sago be. United states and Mexico payment for confiscated land Washington Friday. The United states has sent a Blunt note to Mexico accusing her f failing to make Earnest efforts to pay for expropriated american owners farm lands. London Wool sales Active Competition London Friday. A Good selection was offered at tie Wool sales to Day and met with Active Competition the Home Trade being the principal buyers. Rates Are now quoted to the level of the last series. Canad Jan sensation sabotage alleged in Forest fires Vancouver Friday. After Forest fires had wiped out Tho summer resort of Forles lending a third of the fire fighters were Dis missed and Are now facing arrest Fol lowing disclosures of sabotage to five lighting equipment. The fires have already caused a Timber loss estimated at More than 2,000,000 dollars. Unexpected return ? a ? �4000 Worth of jewels a casual stranger Sydney. Friday. Jewellery valued at More than �4100 which was lost by the wife of or. Shakur Ramchandra Joglekar. Of Bombay has been returned to the Dolce. The property disappeared from a Canberra mail train at Central railway station in Sydney last year. The superintendent of the criminal investigation Branch or. Matthews was walking along the Street this week when he was approached by a Sli anger and handed a Small parcel the su1ngflr remarking. You have been looking for this for a Lone time the Man then walked away and or. Matthews took the parcel to his office. It contained the missing jewellery. Killings was desperate and violent allegations at inquest Wollongong. Friday. Allegations that Lewis had previously threatened to kill several people and that he was a desperate and violent tempered Man were made at the inquest to Day concerning the death of Syd Ney hurry 25died in Hospital on july 13 from gun shot wounds alleged to have been Ini Leclert . Luckins. A port Dembia labourer who was charged with murder is pre ? sent in custody. Police gave evidence that they went to a House at port Dembia on july 12. And found the place in disorder. Luckins was alleged to have said later that he went to Huney a place with a shot gun. And when several persons rushed him he pulled the trigger. Herbert Albert Husrev father of the dead Man said that Luckins arrived with a double barrelled shot gun. He pointed it at Sydney who rushed at him and knocked the gun aside. There was a report and Sydney said he shot. The Coroner found that Luckins felonious by and maliciously murdered Hurrey and committed him for trial. Bail was refused. Sunday sport government against commercialisation Bill to be drafted Sydney. Friday. It was a policy of the government not to permit Suri Bijj Short run for purely Sec declared the Premier. Or. the legislative Assembly to Day. He added that the legislation necessary to implement that decision would be brought Down at the earliest possible Date. The Premier was replying to or. Morton Sollomi Illyia. Who asked was the Premier aware that commercialised sunday sport was causing friction in country districts. Island s plight Pitcairn boycotted fear of disease new York for Lav. An isma eur wireless operator mrs. Dorothy Hau has received u message from Andrew youve on Pitcairm Island stating that the islanders Are in a pitiful plight because of the fail ure of steamers to land supplies Lor six weeks. The steamers will not Call Al the Island because of ii erroneous re port that typhus is raging there. Boxer s grouch manager replies to Overlin Sydney Friday. Replying to the complaint by the american Boxer. Ken Overlin that he had been unjustly treated the Sydney manager or. Harry Miller said to Day that Money exceeding the balance of �65 withheld from Overlin after his Melbourne fight had been paid to him. In addition to his guarantee he had been Given �27/10/ above the Ordin Ary travelling allowance when com ing to Australia. He had also been Given additional expenses in austra Lia. Newspaper reports of the fight in Melbourne had been sent to the pro per authorities in new York showing the position impartially he added. Kidnapping Case alleged threat to Nuffield accused denies plot London thursday. John Bruce Thornton in evidence at his trial to Day denied the whole of the allegations of major Arthur Ramsden regarding the alleged plot to Kidnap lord Nuffield on a privately owned yacht. They Are ridiculous and never have been discussed by me or rams Den accused said. He declared he had seen Ramsden with a View to chartering a 15 ton yacht to take tobacco out of England to sell to fishing boats outside the three mile limit. Ramsden asked him to get an interview with lord nuffie regarding a Carburettor in which he was interested. Accused alleged he had Only see lord Nuffield once. Tjie hearing was adjourned. ? i Russia and Japan ? a. ? ? Jap s Frontier threat soviet sude Fiance Moscow. Thurs no. Me japanese ambassador Ahi Matsu. Is reported to have rejected Tio russian reply to the japanese protest against the occupation of Changkun Feng. He threatened that Japan would use Force unless the Triou were withdrawn. The foreign commissar. Litvinoff declared that the Manchukuo soviet Border had not been violated and and cled that Russia would not yield to urea to. Russia has lodged a counter protest ? against trespass on the soviet embassy by japanese. May blow Over japanese expectation Tokio Fric a. It is generally believed thai the russian Manchukuo Border dispute will blow Over for the time being at least As far As Japan is concerned unless the soviet is unusually obdurate. Japan however is stated to be ready for every eventuality. Calfo trains higher prices demanded Colliery owners tenders Sydney. Friday. Tenders from the main Coal companies in the state for the Supply of Coal to the railway department which closed last week show a marked in crease in the prices submitted com Nared with last year. In Many cases he tender prices is 3 -. Or approximately 25 per cent above last year s figures for Largo Coal and for Small con the contracts will be announced next month. Bromwich s failure a not worried says hopman Kansas City Friday. The chief concerned of the austra Lian Davis cup team at pie som is the failure of Bromwich to reach play ing form. He had a miserable Day. Losing in Rasht sets in the singles to sch Wartz and played erratically in the doubles. Hopman however said h was not worried about Bromwich. Fruit marketing boards would be improvement marketing directors opinion Sydney. Friday. The provision of boards for the marketing of fresh fruit would result in a satisfying improvement for Bot i growers and Consumers declared the director of marketing Imp. Watson i giving evidence before the fruit com Mission to Day. There were three forms of Market ing through Selling agents voluntary co operative marketing and allem bracing co operative marketing. The hearing was adjourned. Preserving Trees Appeal to government Sydney Friday. A request that the government take All the necessary Steps to preserve Trees on both Public and private lands was made by or. Wilson country party Dubbo in the legislative As Sembly to Day when he asked the government to introduce a Bill to bring this about. The minister Lor x Timu a a. A cent said the government was pre pared to preserve Trees by a Means in its Power. It should be recognised however that the government could not interfere with private landholders although strict supervision was exercised in state ands. In a Bill to be introduced shortly covering erosion measures would be Token to protect Timber on the Settle ment areas of the state he said. Eight jews killed raids by arabs London. Thursday. Terrorists swooped Down Timon o jewish Labner Camp in the Southern portion of the dead sea area and killed three jews and wounded two others. An Arab band also raided a jewish settlement near Haifa and murdered a Man two women and two children that sinking feeling a Iii ilium our i to Duy fun liar Hause pc per Lmar found i Lull a Cliff Iii Uris Ouirl provide 111. Most and Ion Iii pc Nail of pay ill ,. ? i . Salaried men. , in a i Grovu in All i walks flite Liml Ilia to pay , h jul a Contr Nisi ii for Ilii in a in i for Lakic Iii mics Neriani Linn. I you i Titi Iraq Smirl your pm miss most a aft by and Iii Liv Chr Lii. And in is u Maple Mailer la Opin a Cheque 11 Numil Al Len loud Ollire or any Branch of Thi. Bank. I Liilo Ruhl la Aikins. In i l Ion in from �5 add upward a re he n t in i o u r h w i. L i i Jujj 0#i,� Martin place Sydney a c. 11. ,Ai irrr.ljrr.1. 11. , r. a la hum Branch William slip it bal Huril. Of manager j. M. ii j h i

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