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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Bathurst, New South Wales Sole agents for h. V. Mckay a soil Flat farming machinery and implements the Western stores &. Bn3eb limited the Western stores & de Glens lid. For Winter require meets. 11 australian made Blanket. White and Grey travelling rugs Kapok and Down quilts natural and Grey flannels. In a Fonshell f n news and notes Fine weather. Another Frost yesterday morning. Saturday night was one of the cold est of the season. Canada must buy More Roods from Australia if Trad to i i avs under the treaty is to in find a declared or. L. R. Mcgregor newly arrived Aust Ralian commissioner to Canada who is already trying to introduce australian wines and distillery products. Having received certain information the police Are making further inquiries into the Mudgee mall express robbery and recent Safe blowing in the City and country. According to a report from Beryl near Mudgee a farming Centre in Wils District a plague of hares is adding further to the worries of banners. The Hures Are invading the wheat and eating the crops. There was an ugly scene during the Reserve Grade Rugby league match Between Northern suburbs and Wes Tern suburbs at the showground on saturday when one of the Northern players were ordered off the Field. The referee. T. Taylor was punched and was unconscious for some time. The crowd rushed the Field and fights broke out on All sides. Police who were on the ground rushed in and helped to quieten the crowd which dispersed at the end of a wild ten minutes. Judge Sheridan directed some straight spoken remarks at counsel at Wollongong District court. I am he ? to see Justice done his Honor said i will act up to my oath and i am not going to be tangled up with technicalities or Little Points. I will see Justice Between the parties and will not be led aside by technicalities. I want All to understand that Friday was fortnightly pay Day. And one Junee railway Man will never for get the fact. He has been wearing a dazed expression Ever since he came away from the pay window whither he Wen tto draw the Well earned proceeds of his toil. Carefully the pay clerk checked the amount. Gravely lie handed it Over a one threepenny piece. What said the staggered1 employee Only a Day six half penile for a fortnight threepence threepence repeated the pay clerk firmly. The previous week he had been rationed it was explained kindly so he got nothing for that. Then the depart ment had retained a month s rent. On top of that it was painted out. Superannuation fund contribution had to be deducted. That left threepence did t it he railway Man agreed sadly that perhaps it did. Unofficially is was unsafe to carry such a Large amount with him and so he handed it to the salvation army. Signing on for South Johnstone Mill area was completed on saturday but the final figures Are not yet available. A revised estimate for areas Between Townsville and Cairns where the majority of the North Queensland sugar grows shows that approximately 550 britishers and 1733 foreigners will be employed. In the four Mill areas where signing up. Has already been completed Goon i. Mouri Lyan. Manade and Victoria there Are 114-1 foreigners and Only 25 britishers but the Tully. South Jonir Stone and Bab Lnda areas will increase the British total by about 300. The Gondi and Hambledon Mills have already begun crushing and the Mouri Lyan and Tully Mills Are expected to commence on wednesday. If there is no further trouble crushing should be in full swing in All centres by the Middle of the week. Johnny Peters the English Bantam Defeated Young Gildo the Fth Lillemo at the stadium on saturday night on Points. The bout was a hard one several times had the crowd on their feet. Peters made his final appearance there was a Good attendance. The weights As announced were a Peters 8st. Sllbc., Gildo 8st. 511b. The first round was fast. Gildo and de a Good right to the right ear and head and Peters retaliated with left Hooks. Gildo appeared to be dangerous. Both men warmed up in the second and landed some Good punches. Early in the round Gildo scored with a left to the Side of the head but Peters boxed cleverly and returned the attack. The Manilla boy used his left again to wards the end of the round and also scored with some Good rights to i he body. Both men were doing Fine work. Good punching was continued in the third session. Gildo attacked and caught Peters with a hard right of lie head. Peters boxing confidently landed some hard lefts Hooks to the Side of the head. A hard rally was won by Gil do who finished the encounter with a Stift right to the head. Both Weie fighting strongly. Peters opened he fourth with several Good lefts to the head and body. Gildo s right swing w As dangerous. He landed twice but fought Back Well and collected int Points of the round. It was no ice in the fifth that both boxers a Fin defence for the left Hook. To a the end of the round Peters Landec l a treble left right left o face. Condo replied with Good a both landed counter rights at the Atli shortly before the Bell. Three h Tua lies in the sixth had the crowd or tin. R feet. Early in the round Peters 1 and Thi. Better of a rally but Gildo came Back quickly and scored in the second e counter of toe Ashing. Towards the end of the round the Manilla Flag Lite won a third Short rally. It was a hard round. Gildo attacked in the seventh he scored two hard rights to the head and had the englishman moving buoy Peters landed some Nice lefts and moved around the ring Well. Gildo was us ing his right dangerously. Gildo continued to worry Peters in the eighth. The crowd cheered wildly in the ninth round when Peters landed four lefts to the face. The Manilla fighter retaliated with four hard rights to the jaw. Frequent hard rallies followed and Peters was bleeding at the nose. Both men mixed it in the 10th, but Gildo won most of the rallies. Peters continued to Box in Fine style. The in Lichman had the better of the Box ing in the Lith. But Galdo won the Points in two rallies towards the end of the round. The 12th and 13tli rounds were closely contested. Both men hitting hard Gildo was attacking but Peters defended ably. The englishman was boxing More and not mixing As much As he had done formerly. Fierce fighting marked the 14.h round Gildo continued to Attall Peters also won the loth round and was awarded a Points decision. Two men had miraculous escapes from death at Bankstown when a Wall collapsed burying them under an Ava Lanche of bricks. Charles Moreland. 501 a labourer of Griftiths Avenue Bankstown and Thomas Nicholson i labourer of Boree Avenue Bankstown. Were Bith injured. They were working on a partition Wall when it Swap cd j and fell being followed almost mme ii lately by the main Side Wall which was about 15 feet. High. Nichols received the greatest Force of the fall and when Dis covered had about 300 bricks oiled on him while a stick was forced Aero his neck. Printed and published by Clines 225 Lambert spree Bathurst National advocate Neas Street Bathurst. Rosehill races Hustler s Handicap Only two favourites Sydney. Sunday. In Anks to Pic Success of pretty Rettin the second division of the Foj Vang welter at Rosehill yesterday the a Lorty of the fielders were enabled to Register a slight win on the Day s operations. Hot favourites in Euc Clarc magnetic relieved the ring men of sub Stantial sums of Money Wiliie some of the other winners were particularly Well backed. Results. A hurdle race Abt. 2m. Ross Gole 0.12 j. O. Harris 1 scud along 9.0 Nelson ? 2 doctor Grace 9.6 Kelly. 3 others King Elysian Brendon. Bush scribe Valhalla. Olympian King. Betting 7/2 Brendon 4 King e a Sian 9/2 Ross Gole 5 Bush scribe g doctor Grace scud along Valhalla 10 olympian King. Though Brendon made All the run Ning King Elysian and Ross Gole had charge when they neared the Home turn. Well ahead at the last jump. Ross Gole beat scud along by eight lengths with doctor Grace half a length away. Elysian was fourth then Bush scribe olympian King Bi-1 Brendon. Valhalla was last. Time 1.41 juvenile stakes of. First division Eul Clare 9.1. E. Bartle ? 1 Tippo 8.5 v. Brown ? 2 Mica Berite 7.3 Parr z others Sunder acc lad. Great lady Trepac. Engaged Agincourt red Earl. Silent Bird Phon Olite. Betting evens Eul Clare 3 Tippo. 7 Trepac. 8 Sunder Lee 10 Mica Bertic. I 12 33 others. Lad got away badly. Eul Clare at once took the Lea Dand won Well from Tippo by a length. Mica Berite was a length away third. Sunder Lee. Silent Bird Phon Olite and Agincourt were n ext with red Earl last. Time 1.15. Second division Bim boy 8.3 Maher ? 1 country Damsel 8.0 John Stone ? 2 la Gloria. 8.9 d. Munro. 3 others Mickey. O Shaughnessy woo Rooma Redditch Amanulla. Pura. Observatory. Betting 3 la Gloria 7 2 Cou. Try Damsel 4 Bim boy 5 Redditch. 7 Observatory 8 Mickey. 10/20 others. Leading All the Way Bim boy be sealed Caun by Damsel by half a head. La Gloria was four lengths away third. Woo Rooma was fourth and then ran Pura de ditch and Amanullah. Observatory was last. Time 1.15. Tiree year old Handicap 7f celtic 7.9 Johnstone ? gleaner 7.7 Weiss ? rebate 8.1. E. Bartle ? 3 4 dead heat for first. Others Goldmine fir Bolg. Mintage. Tetra a Green Mantle. Queen Dennis Gallant Light clip Ysolda. Betting 4 celtic. Gleaner 5. Gold Miner rebate 7 fir Bolg Green Mantle 10/20 others. The running was made by rebate and mintage rebate was first into the straight but celtic was in front at. The lager. Gleaner finishing fast on the outside dead heated with celtic and rebate was half a length away. Then Tetra a mintage fir Bolg and god Miner. Chrys Olad played up at the Start and took no part in the race. Time 1.271. Flying welter 7f. First division magnetic 9.0 e. Bartle. 1 no Lens Volans 8.7 birding Ham ? 2 shall Longsworth 8.g h. Lillyman 3 others Atho Spear ring boy Star boy blaster Bonnie Charles Telluride Willesden Greencorn Bachelor girl. Betting g/4 magnetic 4 no Lens to Lens 5 blaster 7 shilling Worth 10/20 others. No Lens Volens had the Lead to the five Furlong but then blaster Pmj magnetic got to the front. A Furlong from Home magnetic went right out and won easily by three lengths from no Lens Volens with shilling Worth half a head away third. Blaster was fourth followed by ring boy Green Corn and Bachelor girl. Telluride was last. Time 1.28. Rosehill june Handicap pm. 3f. Hustler 8.3 Davison ? 1 Flinders g.10 d. Mcnamara 2 inducement 8.5 e. Bartle 3 others. Murillo Frances Cyllene Spear mass Slember Eden Hall dream Dale. Betting 4 inducement Eden Hall g Murillo. Hustler 8 Frances Cyllene dream Dale. Flinders 10 Spear miss of tember. All the running was made by Hust Ler. And a was in front into the straight from Flinders oct Ember. Eden Hull and Frances Cyllene with induce ment second last. Hustler lasted Long enough to beat Flinders by a Short head. Inducement came fast and was three quarters of a length Back third. Murillo. Francis Cyllene oct Ember and Spear miss were next. Eden flail was last. Time 2.21. Flying welter 7f. Pretty beet. 8.7 Matthews 1 Coo Dan. 9.9 Minton ? 2 Aorangi 9.13 Malier ? 3 others Crown area. Brockway. Black Douglas. King William lord i-enn3 Qushair. The Quaker. Pigeon pie. Becalmed Shingle Short Ethel Ash Reine d or. Betting 7/2 Crown area. Brockway 5 Aorangi. G becalmed 10 pretty Belt. Col Dan 10/33 others. Brockway led into the straight from Shingle Short lord Kennan Uhlar be calmed. And pretty Bett. Pretty Belt went to the front a Furlong from the finish and beat Cool Dan by a length and a half. Aorangi was a neck away third. Then came Crown area Brock Way. Black Douglas Reine d or and becalmed. Time 1.27j. Granville stakes pm. If Zeeland 8.9 e. Bartle ? 1 Stock boy. 3.2 Johnstone 2 Sargado. G.13 Goddard. 3 Stuart s pea rooster brass buttons what about it Queen Astre Coo Jester. Our Liz. Determined Tom Clar Phane. Betting 7/2 brass buttons 4 Stock boy. Zeeland 9/2 Sargado 10/20 others. Roosters led into the straight bit Zeeland however went to the front at the Longcr winning easily by three lengths from Stock boy. With Sarga Don half a head away third. Rooster was fourth and then Queen Astre. What about it. Brass buttons and our Liz with Sturt s pea last. Time 1.5ca. Or. E. Roberts veterinary surgeon a canine specialist Blacktown Bathurst phone 44. George Street or Heath s cafe. Ascot cup won by lady Cameron Green ifs Winter stakes Sydney sunday. I the Ascot Pony Winter stakes and j cup meeting yesterday. Results. A i Ascot Winter stakes 4f.�? Greenie 8.7, Patterson 1 twinkle Star 9.7 less 4 All Dale 2 lady wedge 8.12 James 3. Betting 2 Greenie 4 Lebanon 6 twinkle Star Nick along fair Exchange 10 lady wedge. 10/20 others. Three lengths length and half. 48sec. Second division. Lady Asbestos 8.0 a. W. Heterick a Quagga 8.0 Mills 2 objected. 8.1 Porter 3. Betting j 2 lady Asbestos 6 Wistful Quagga 7 Maestro lady woo 10 objected 10, 20 others. Won by a length with six lengths Between second and third. Quixotic was fourth. Time 48i seconds. Third division flip Pilla 7.13 Fox ? 1 Spade flush 7.13 Griffiths 2 minora 7.13 r. Maxwell ? 3 betting 4 flip Pilla 5 Green Cross Pac Aport g Mir Nora 10 Spade flush 10/20 others. J won by a neck with a head be tween second and third. Symbol was fourth. Time 49. Fourth division payment 7.12 j. Varley ? 1 Hemblo 7.12 Ross ? 2 be Linus 7.12 less 31b Al. Taylor 3 betting 7/4 payment. 5 Hemblo. G True Light 8 clique 20 be Linus 10/20 others. Won by three lengths with a length Between second and third. True Light was fourth. Time 49. Run off Greenie 8.7 Patterson ? 1 lady Asbestos 8.0. Taylor. 2 payment 7.12 jewel ? 3 other starter flip Pilla. Betting 7/4 on Greenie 7/2 lady Asbestos 0 payment 15 flip by two and a half lengths with two lengths Between second and third. Time 481. Ascot Winter cup first division atone 8.7. Guinan i ? 1 or. Bruce 8.0. Alf Stanton. 2 grand total Griffiths ? 3 betting 5/2 less noise g grand total 7 atone dabble 15 or. Bruce 10/20 others. Won by three quarters of a length with the same distance Between. Second and third. Time 1.201. Second division for silk 8.2 r. Maswell ? x Prince Mercian 8.0 Griffiths. 2 Gre foot 8.2. Fox ? 3 betting 7/4 for silk 9/2 aha 7 Pyam Bla 8 Gre foot Prince Mercian 10/20 others. Won by three quarters of a length with length Between second and third. Time 1 211. Third division lady Cameron 8.0 Guinano. 1 Samion 8.0 r. Maxwell ? 2 elation 8.0. Condon ? 3 betting 5 Motak g lady Cam Eron old Peter 7 Damian col Atlon. Blue Ensign 8 comedy Queen 10/20 others. Won by half a head with three quarters of a length Between second and third. Nug Loam was fourth. Time 1.211. Fourth division Pardon 7.11 Poy ? 1 All aglow 7.11 Gouin ? 2 lord crag 7.13 Griffith ? 3 betting 4 Manzilla Don Durris g lord crag. Transparent 7 Leeward. 8 Wise miss 12 Al aglow 15 Pardon. 10/25 others. Won by three quarters of a length with a length and a half Between second and third. Manzilla was fourth time 1.21. Run off lady Cameron 7.7. Patterson 1 atone 8.7 Guinane ? 2 for silk 8.0. Maxwell ? 3 other starter Pardon. Betting g/4 on atone. 0 4 against hurts Elk. 10 lady Cameron 15 Pardon. Won by a neck with a length and a Liaf Between second and third. Time i .20-. Tennis hard courts tournament the Bathurst hard court Winter tour Ney was continued on saturday under Ideal conditions. Gaol no. 1 Defeated gaol no. 2. By the narrow margin of two games. Gaol no. 2 receiving a Handicap of 10 games. Gaol no. 1 names first Bell and Marshall v. Cameron and Johnson 5/g ,6/3. Slauter and Whiteman v. Cameron and Johnson 5/6, 6/3. Bell and Marshall v. Hargans and Holohan 5/6, 6/2. Kauter and Whiteman v. Hargans and Holohan 6/5, 6/2. Glen Fergus Handicap 5 Drew with railway 38 games All. An extra game was played and won by Glen Fergus Robertson and Robertson Glen Fergus v. Wales and Mcnaughton railway5/0, 1/0. Robertson and Robertson v. Bailey and Smith 3/6, 2/6. Wall and Crogan v. Bailey awl Smith 6/1 ,6 3. Wall and Cregan v. Wales and Mcnaughton 6/4, 4/6. Killarney Handicap 16defeated Weona by 61 games to 49. Killarney names first Bennett and Turner v. Johnson and Lindsell 3/6. Mcgee and Mcdonald v. Lindsell and Johnson 3 g. Bennett and Turner v. Lindsell and Johnson 2/g. Mcgee and Mcdonald v. Lindsell and Johnson g/4. Mcgee and Mcdonald v. Brom Leld and Glazebrook g 2. Mcgee and Mcdonald v. Bromfield and Glazebrook 2/6. Mcgee and Mcdonald v. Bromfield and Glazebrook 6/5. Bennett and Turner v. Bromfield and Glazebrook g 5. Per Hville Defeated premiers Handicap 3 by one game per Hville names first Lloyd and Lloyd v. Ovens and stocks g/3. Lloyd and shearing v. Ovens and stocks 6/5. Lloyd and Lloyd v. Pelsley and Langan 5/6. Lloyd and shearing v. Pelsley and Langan 3/g. Lloyd and Lloyd v. Ovens and stocks 3/6. Lloyd and shearing v. Pelsley and Langan 6/2. Lloyd and shearing v. Ovens ail l Stocton 3, q. Ii Western stores and Edgley Handi Cap 8beat Milltown by 19 games. Western stores names first Carali and Carah v. Millard and schol Welcl 6/5. Mansell and Lequesne v. Godfrey and Gilli olme 36. Carah and Carah v. Millard and Schofield g/2. Mansell and Lequesne v. Godfrey and Gilli olme 6/5. Carah and Carali v. Godfrey and go Holme 6/3. Mansell and Lequesne v. Millard and Schofield 5, g. Carah and Carah v. Godfrey and Gilli olme 0/4. Mansell and Lequesne v. Millard and Schofield 6/3. Abad i break. 5 a few Stringa a and be to of nil to Only Tho beat gut Uick. 1 f. Fv3. Ilao Nasion g 5. 197 Howick Street of thong 635 or 26 to 13 Challenge cup match Orange beats Bathurst Bathurst players injured Orange on saturday on their own ground successfully defended the Western District Challenge cup in a hard and fast Rugby league match against. A Challenge by Bathurst. The Cal team won by 2g Points to 13. Or Ange led 18 to 5 at half time arid after the interval both sides scored 8 Points. In the second spell Bathurst put up a wond Cir us fight under considerable disability. For the greater part of. The period were Handi capped by the absence of the two Fine three ? quarters Moxon and Conhain. Who were compelled to retire with in juries after being carried off the Field. Moxon s ankle was Hurt and Bonham received a Nasty kick in the thigh. G. Hughes was also greatly shaken by a fall and though he played on he was practically in a dazed Condi Tion for the remainder of the Gane. Orange displaying great dash at the opening soon settled into their stride and scored 13 Points in the first minutes of play. The scores at half time were 18 to 5, in favor of Orang Orange tired in the second half bin nevertheless scored eight Points to Bathurst s eight. The game was fast from Start to finish a feature of the match being the great work of Tho Orange coach Wright who. Playing at inside Centre set to it rest of the backs in action in great style and Gav son of the finest exhibitions o team leadership yet seen in local foot Ball. He was ably supported by tur Ner. Sara Carroll and Dudley in the three Quarter line and Plowmann tin backs. Don. And Gwen Hughes Moxon Bonham and Kennedy wer1 always prominent in Bathurst s bail division while Bath was the most prominent of the forwards. Scorers for Orange were Dudley 3i. Sara 2sullivan tries Dudley kicked four goals. For Bathurst Arrow 2i. And Noakes tries Hughes 2 goals were the scorers. Or. A. Gardner of Orange. Haj charge of the whistle. Bathurst football apprentices defeat railway Institute ii old boys too Good for tags Only Junior fixtures were played in Bathurst on saturday. There was a fair crowd on the sports ground when apprentices United avenged their de feat of a few weeks ago by beating rail Way Institute by 5 to 3 and old boys accounted for tags for. The second time this season by 5 to nil. Both games were full of Pep and Bright open play. Apprentices v. Railway ii apprentices excelling in open p a which they made fast and Bright kept the game Well in railway ground for the first Quarter of an hour. A Swift passing movement transferred play to within ten Yards of railway line where a. Smith picked up and easily evading the opposition grounded the Ball be tween the posts. He also converted. Apprentices 5 railway 0. Railway now displayed a burst of Speed and changed the aspect of the game. Tho backs were moving Well and the Ball was soon close to apprentices line but a free kick placed them out of danger and railway were soon de fending again. The latter rallied in great style before half time and were pushing apprentices before them when the Bell went. Half time scores. A apprentices ? 5 railway ? 0 apprentices exhibited further dash in form Early in the second half and railway had a Lively time . They quickly recovered and showing really Fine open play carried the game to apprentices 25. Here j. Jones gathered from the Ruck and after a Brilliant run crossed the line 20 Yards from the goal. M. Barton failed to goal. Apprentices 5. Railway 3. Exceptionally fast work on the part of apprentices backs placed rain Vay at a disadvantage but Mayo the lat Ter s full Back relieved with a smart kick. Apprentices were getting the big Gest share of the Ball and kept the game Well inside railway territory. When Mayo missed the Ball b. Heath of apprentices was on to it and had no one to pass but he fumbled and a certain try was lost. Railway Manou Vered themselves out of danger. My by through the excellent work of the for wards in the scrums. Gorringe for apprentices made an opening and transferred to Heath who carried the Ball right into the railway Corner but the Chance of a score was spoilt through reckless passing. In the last five min utes the game was fast and fairly eci but apprentices showed better form and gained ground with several attractive passing rushes. In railway 25, a. Smith made an unsuccessful shot at the goal from a penalty. Final scores apprentices ? ? 5 railway ? 3 teams a apprentices United full Back a. Turner three quarters j. Chifley r. Humphries r. White r. Roxburgh five eighth b. Burke half a. Smith capt forwards n. Corcoran a. James a. Pittendrigh b. Heath j. Heath r. Go Ringo. Railway full Back g. Mayo three quarters j. Jones f. Arrow w. Free body w. Maher five eighth m. Bar ton half Mckeon on ids a. Green j. Budge e. Burgess j. Robinson p. Johnson cant. W. Bank or. A. Brooks was referee. Old boys v. Wai Tatah ii i old boys had Tho Best of matters for the first ten minutes. A Brilliant movement started by Curry transferred the game from the Centre of the ground to within a few Yards of Wara tags line. The Ball flew successively to Mcmenamin Evans lower and Lang Ford who was effectively tackled by Coles. Tags kicked out of danger and following up smartly swept old boys to their own territory. E. Clarke for tags with a Fine Boundary run gained further ground and old boys were kept on the defensive. Jensen further improved tags advantage with a great sprint. Tags were handling the Ball better than their opponents and getting it oftener. They made effective use of it when Coles Jensen Braham and Clarke shone in passing move Mei hard pressed old boys showed a so lid defence and had regained a lot of lost to around when the whistle blew. Half time old boys ? 0 Warta is ? 0 old boys continued to dominate in the second half and for the first ten minutes tags failed to pass their own 25. Here Langford initiated a Swift movement and transferred to Larkin who sent to c. Kennedy and the Latt a scored 15 Yards from the Corner. W. Lower failed at goal. Old boys 3. Warta is 0. Tags gained a temporary advantage but old boys combination and Speed were too effective and play was kept in their opponent s territory where from a penalty lower kicked a Fine goal. Final scores a old boys ? 5 Warta is ? 0 teams a old boys a full Back r. Hotly three quarters c. Kennedy g. Lar Kin i. Langford t. Mcsorley five eighth w. Lower capt half a. Edwards forwards h. Curry o. Evance s. Neili j. Mcmenamin. F. Bay Liss. Warta is a full Back m. Coles capt three quarters e. C Ark Fitzpatrick Braham s. Coles five eighth l. Jensen half h. Langford. Forwards l. Stokes p. Bliss s. Kirk Man r. Wilson j. White t. Connell or. R. Sargeant referred. Golf h. Sii Umack wins bogey miss. Bullock s stroke Handicap Bathurst associates played an 18 Liole stroke Handicap match on Satur Day scores miss Bullock 93, s5 58 mrs. Mcewan 95, 36 59 mrs. Elphinstone 83 20 g3. Miss Moore 97, 3166 miss edit Mcke Acline 93. 2966 miss Edna Mcke Acline 97. 28 69 miss stack 95 24. 71 miss garment 101 2972 mrs. Steele 109 36 73 miss Suttor 92. 19. 73 miss Holmes 100 25 75 miss Barlow 108 341. 74. Bathurst Golf club conducted a bogey Handicap. Scores a. Grade h Shumack plus 2 l. O Shea plus 1, e. Lyle minus 2 a. Lescombe us 2 c. Horman. Minus 2 or. Mcewan minus 3 r. Peacock minus 3 m. Edgell minus 4 e. E. Elphinstone minus 4 r. Patterson minus 5. B. Grade a. Bryant plus 2 a. Garment plus 1 d. Campbell minus 2 c. Barker minus 5 v. Dalziel minus 9. Rifle shooting e. In. Priddle wins spoon the Bathurst Rifle club s practice and spoon shoot at 500 Yards 10 shots two a lighters bursting Point 48, tin hat target resulted in e. W. Priddle winning the spoon. Scores e. W. Priddle ? 40 3 48 w. Smith ? 46 6 48 j. A. Hitchcock ? 46 g 48 a. E. James ? 46 6 48 h. Hitchcock ? 45 8 48 a. D. Hicks ? 45 scr 45 r. Delaney ? 44 3 47 e. A. Mckinney ? 44 7 46 f. Lord ? 43 11 48 w. James ? 42 9 48 c. Heath ? 41 9 48 t. Green ? 45 11 48 r. Howe ? 39 9 48 ? 1 care for your stands j by Folly t7�e of i tie til Lla Thek and Irrl Arloua with g uti Cura ointment death rate Mother Craft instruction now recognised As essential no one needs now a Days to Intro Duce an article on baby welfare with an apology or excuse. Everybody has come to Realise that All future health arid Well being depends largely on Tho sensible Caro received during infancy and everybody agrees that such care can Only be Learned from specially trained and experienced people such As the baby health Centre Sisters we no longer think As our grand mothers did that some special Mother instinct is sent along with every baby a so that the Mother knows exactly How to care for him and has nothing to learn. Everyone is now ready to learn about baby care and All this and Vance has been made in the last 10 or 15 years so says the assistant director of maternal and baby Wel fare or. Sandford Morgan. Ante Natal care also necessary As regards Ante Natal care which is Al most More important than infant care we Are now just about where we were with infant welfare work 15 years ago. We have the same indifference and Lack of interest to contend with. But both from the Mother s Point of View and also that of the baby this Ante Natal care is absolutely essential continued the doctor. Period before birth important a the Best care in the world during baby Hood is. After All. Very much like Locking the stable door after the horse a s been stolen it is the period before birth which is so important. Take the matter of the child s Teeth As an example of this. The germs of future Teeth Are not Laid Down during Babyhood and childhood just before those Teeth come through the Gums a but Are Laid Down 7 or 8 months even before the baby is born the Quality or those Teeth the healthiness of the enamel covering them and everything which goes to protect them against de Cay in after life is therefore fixed Long before baby comes into the world and can have the care of skilled dentists. The condition of the child s Teeth obviously depends entirely on the Mother s Good health and Correct diet Dur ing pregnancy. The Mother who is kept in Good Normal health and advised How to look after herself sensibly during pregnancy is the one who will have a healthy baby. High maternal death rate references Are constantly being made in the press to the High maternal death rate and the High death rate among new born babies that is babies under a month old in every country in the world. It is no exaggeration to say that a allowing of course for inevitable and unforeseen accidents these rates could be enormously reduced and what is just As important much needless pain and suffering could be avoided if every woman would place herself under skilled supervision All the months be fore her baby arrived remarked the assistant director of maternal and baby welfare. Ante Natal care during the last month or so is of Little value though even that is better than going into childbirth without having had an examination or overhaul of any Kin but Ante Natal care to be efficient must be begun directly it is realised that a baby is coming. A personal examination at least once during the period especially in the Case of a first baby is necessary to make sure that there is no Defor mity or undue smallness of the Bony framework of the body. Hockey Competition matches the hockey Competition was continued on saturday in Beautiful weather. High school no. I Defeated Briars by 10 goals to nit. Briars were outclassed in every department and for High school m. Lamont 3 goals and m. Stirling 3were outstanding. Haw Kins 2s. Stirling and i. Steele also scored. Burrs Defeated High school n by 3 goals to nil. For burrs l. Hickey o. Bell and l. Maddy All scored. Wrens Defeated High school iii by 13 goals to 1. For Wrens m. Malcolm 6i, c. Shillabeer 5. L. Curtis 2scored. J. Thompson foaled for High school. Floods and Stock prices it is an ill wind that blows nobody Good. The truth of that proverb Vas illustrated by events at Home Bush on thursday. Floods interrupted rail traffic and supplies at the Yards were much smaller than exp cited on 1500 cattle and 29,000 sheep were forwarded. Winchcombe Carson ltd., repor1. That sheep and Lamb prices Rose 1/ to 4/-, prime sheep feeling the Advance most. On the average cattle rates wer 20/ higher. On the Hoof at the Yards Mut ton made 4d. To 4id. Per la. Hog gets Ard i lambs 43d. To 6d�?z Good to pome beef 40/ to 47/ per 100 lbs., Good to prime yearling beef 5/ to 58. Above firm s sales included 87 Wethers to 28/7. Ave. 25/8., 76 crossbred hog gets to 24/4, avg. 23/7, 126 ewes at 18/8. 08 crossbred lambs to 24/1, avg. 21/10. Owners thee fore scored Well who were fortunate enough to have Stock in for Sale. Martin s Allol and steel pills Are sold by All chemists and stores should see that they it the genuine with signature a a in Llano Martin Southampton Nalani
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