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Bathurst National Advocate Newspaper Archives May 8 1939, Page 1

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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - May 8, 1939, Bathurst, New South Wales 20/ paid in Advance will Purchase a Dally copy of the National advocate Bathurst for one year. Posted to any Adrinn our de the City of Bat Hunt in a nutshell news and notes ? ecu Lucr ? my Spring like Iii Iii Trio Day with slightly Early morn ing frosts. Or. Lang suites that lie cannot remember Ever being cancel at school evidently another Case of spare the Rod and spoil the child. The All in conference to Deal with Pic matter of labor Unity will to held on saturday. July 29. It is to be hoped that it will result in the much needed Unity in the ranks of labor and thai Bot i factions will accept the Ilsc Sions reached. Alter All it is the movement and not the men which counts. Or. Tills Kelly. tor Bathurst. Is just now in a most awkward position. According to a leading Langit the local la gites arc in ceased at ills opposition to or. Lang and they will take Steps to have him opposed Lor tie Lang selection at next election. He has sat on the Fence too Long now was the View expressed by the Langit and it is time that he got out of. Tie Lang party added tie Lanotte. Bathurst dogs fared badly at the Orange dog meeting on saturday night. It was the last saturday night meeting at Orange for a month. Until september dog racing will take place once a month instead of weekly. There was a particularly Large crowd present at the Bathurst dog meeting on saturday last. Punters generally found it difficult to spot winners it is said that although one bookmaker was betting after the tops had passed the Post in one race punters even then could not Back the . Tie reason for Pic late betting was the late Rush of punters to gel on and Back and both the backers and the bookmaker were uni pc Ely ignore in of tie result at the time the bets were Mue r. The Western gelding. Good one is proving costly in the metropolitan area. On saturday Good one was backed and beaten into third place in the three and four year old Handi Cap at Moorcr eld. Despite the fact that Nerc arc thousands of australian youths unable to find work Here. 50 More from overseas Are booked to arrive one would imagine that the a Thorlt is Here would first place the wordless youths in Australia in work before inducing others Here to swell the already Over swollen runt of the Youthful unemployed. Tie Bombala afforestation prison Camp is to be closed Down on june an and the majority of prisoners there transferred to the Oberon lamp. How an employee at the m it managed to steal minute quantities of Gold War. Related in the Perth police court on saturday. The theft of �135 Worth of Gold from the mint led to the appearance of Thomas diaries Letts 27. Charged with having stolen Fioz. Of Gold Between november 26 and March 4. The evidence showed that Litls worked in tie milling room crush no pots after Gold had been smelted in them. Minute beads of Gold fell to the floor and he was Able to secrete them getting about an ounce a week which he sold for �5 or �6. Letts was recently married and it was stated in court that he had stopped stealing since then and that it was because of family financial trouble that he stole. Letts was sentenced to two months gaol. Sydney w Lellam Haselwood. Who Milf Rcd a severe fracture of base of the Skull when Riding on his property. Corein Bob. Near Ragga. And leading a Lively younger . Apparently was pulled out of the Saddle by the Young horse. He must have fallen on his head or been kicked by one of the horses he admitted to Ragga base Hospital in a critical Chappelow. Barber of Forest Road. Pursiville. Was sharing him sell in his shop on saturday when he Felt Home tiling running up h s Back have a look and sen what s under Niv Cardigan he said to an assistant Arthur s Clur. No was shall or a customer. Stelzer saw a bulge under Chappelow Cardinal banned hard w the his fist and a half grown rat. Fell to the floor stunned. Chappelow not bitten. The theft or a Ball and an at tempt by a Small boy to steal another Isis of. Rive on to he far according to regulations. An attempt to Sinai a a a a and Cohen s Ball was also made at is had hit a Sood drive but when butt Langton. Who was in the foursome with Cutler saw a Small boy pick up the Ball he yelled out alter him. The boy must have received a fright for he dropped the Ball immediately and scampered away. The latest Snake Story when . Jet Edwards of Kyogle was about to put on her shoes she Felt some moving in one and Law do a St Ssiss anger made a second catch of one of Les ser weight. Or. N. Necdham. Leshins at the Iron ladder. Broken Bay. Landed two jew Lisle of an Aggro Gattic weight of u41b Murwill Nabati municipal Council dec tied to inform the National coursing association that unless it took some action through local Branch to Deal with the nuisance caused by greyhounds the Council would have to take St is to enforce certain regulations. Aldermen t. Price and o. It. Winterbottom said that cats and smaller dogs had been mutilated and killed by greyhounds. Tie health inspector. Or. Webster reported that complaints had been made to him about Grey hounds. In one Case a person was alleged to have been leading live greyhounds a muzzled when they at tacked and killed a dog. While working on hl6 property at Little Llalon Ivor Blyth heard reports of explosions and. Climbing a tall tree saw that his House one and a half Miles away was on fire. There was no one at the House. Blyth rushed Home and found a detached room blazing fiercely. He summoned Neighbours by Telephone. A Large bucket brigade was and saved the main residence. Blyth received severe Burns to the head ind an Arm later Rece or. Medical treatment in inc Roll. Harry Reed who will be Well Rem Ember a by Western race goers a. He has Ridden Many winners on Western courses. Won the Twoy Sar did Handicap at Moore Fly old races on saturday and was accorded a Rous ing reception is he came Back to scale. Reed who is 42 years of age. Has a wife and family of nine a Oil girls. Japan s policy my. A Emmilu. Sure peaceful intentions Sydney. Sunday. I lie announcement by the Jap anese forc Virti minister of Japan s for in policy Liwaj received Nellh satisfaction in Sydney. Tie prime minister or. Menzles commenting on the statement said that Japan had not Only traditions by interests which prevented a pol icy of aggression by her against democratic countries. Especially British and the development would pm strength to the movement for associating the Pacific Powers on the basis of Friendship and Nona Gres Sion i appeared to show the anti comin can pact was a pact of ideas rather than a military association. The minister assisting the Treasury ? or. P. C spender said that re Moval of the fear that Japan would i support the totalitarian states in any act of aggression was important and satisfactory news for Australia. Its importance to Australia was that the statement meant thai the i door was open tor the building up of Cord Al relations and Trade with Japan and should go ii Long Way towards the restoration of Confidence in lie by Sim. World of Australia. I ? Burlington theatre Burn pm up o Connor a St. Louis blues a big audience attended the tour Langton theatre on saturday Lor the opening screening of a particularly at Tractive programme with hum pm up o Connor and St. Lorn blues Burn pm up o Connor is a thrill ing adventure Story of the Auto race track and offers something new by Way of entertainment. It shows Dpi Nis o pc Csc. Who impersonates a dare Devil youth from the country who develops his skill at the wheel of a midget racing car to become an Ace Pilot on the Bluj Tinc tracks. Cecelia Parker provides tie romantic into res and is Supi arted by Nat Pendl Cumi and Harry Carey. The supporting feature is St. Louis blues. A Bright musical Coni by rom Ance featuring Dorothy la cur and Lioyd Nolan. A series of March of time to Gether with the latest Fox australian news reel completes this programme which will have final screening on tuesday night. The starting time is 7.45 . Commencing at the matinee on wednesday is thanks for everything a new kind of comedy with Adolphe Menjou. Jack Oakie. Jack Haley. Arleen a Clun and Minnie Barnes and Sally Eilers and Lee Bowman in sir no lied Anitelu a thrilling Story of a Steht club ints who turns in Fai h Healing and fakery. i us Cak Sydney. Sunday. Barry Atwall. Of Darling Point was fatally injured when he was knocked Down by a car outside h s Home yesterday. Crowd riots .a10il at English sports i nearly wreck stadium London . Because they to the tactics of the american team in the inner no to Oil rollers Jedway contest thous ills rioted at har Ringway stadium a Numis hundreds of pounds of dam 1 age. Alii hours of pent up fury when Tho crowd were most once him d Over in i juries to several european competitors. Thousands of Gills and women at tempted i storm the Una Rel states competitor dressing room the Steward fought them Oil. Ali Fri upon the crowd invaded the urea. Smashed mimes and . Shrol up the track surface and mole the timing apparatus and v the stewards restored order after the Battle had lasted an hour in which a Steward was badly beaten. Spy to die fascists in France Paf trs saturday. Aii italian. Pierre Castella 33has been sentenced to death by shooting for espionage two French fascists were sentenced to life and five years respectively. Castella is the first foreigner leu tended death under tie new espionage lax. Franco s army demobilisation to begin Madrid. Sunday. General Franco has ordered the de mobilisation of three classes on May 15. Affecting 150.000 men. He plans to one million men at pres ent under arms gradually to avoid disruption of civil Lac. Brawl in club two persons shot one stabbed Foi Cigner an cited Melbourne. Sell Lav following a nest curious by i a i a last evening in the City foreign club pet i poll is Al of Carlton a Ischii ged on four counts in tie City watch House. Time ire two Chicks of shooting with intent to do grievous bodily harm one of in Cong in Possession of a Pis Tol. And one of carrying a pistol with out a permit. Polite a trills patrols be in try l i is stating that police needed ass Stancial the club and on they learn i a that n woman accompanied by i i husband Aiice child had been shot in he and tint i to a looks 2i re fit Loy. Had been shot in the Opplt Arm mid that Arthur . 30. Of Al Leroy. Had been a la bbl by a Kiili in the Arm Darwin strike minister s Appeal Sydney. San Riv the minister for the Interior. Sena tor foil expressed the Hope to night that common sense would prevail in he Darwin strike in View of tie importance and urgent Natur of hip ivors from a detente View pm. £300 haul thieves raid hotel Sydney. Sunday. Forcing a door of the hotel St. George. Belmore. Last night thieves stoic the week s takings amounting to �300. Tie Licensee. Or. D. Oll Les Pic. Left the Money in the room during the Day and discovered the less some hours later Man found shot Bullet through Chest Sydney. Sunday. A Man believed to be Elchard Par Ker was found shot by a residence at Darling Hurst Early to Day. He was admitted to Hospital in a serious condition and doctors found that the Toul let had entered his Back and emerged through the Chest. An extensive search is being Mode. Royal tour begins London s Farewell to Llillie majesties i of Canada Siinto Tilc Atlantic London. Saturday. Sim led in an open Landau a com by the princesses. King Cleorie and Queen drove j Lirou 4ii cheering thousands from Luckl Nisham Palace to Waterloo station in the first state of Ricl. I Unity to Canada and the unites hta the Empress of Aas Ralia. Escort d by three warships sailed Freni Portsmouth afternoon ? r Hir historic Atlantic crossing. All i Tendon seemed of have sop Ireci wont Early i order to join in j the Farewell. Crowds assembled along i he route three hours before a i departure of the Royal prom Sion from the Palace. The Queen was Virv re inning. Dressed in her Lavorati Shade a Iwvin scr Blue. The princesses. Who looked Graver thir. Usual vre in the mine m or the Kina Wils dressed a. Liu Admiral s uniform. The it Nyal Standard nuke big j Landuit. Preceded by i Captain s i Ricort of lifeguards past a Ali rough the Gale whereupon a of j rect Long broke out and a ? &.-? ? up All along the route. There was s family Aimee Phi in a watch too station do pit tiv presence of a Loti court of notable the j prime minister or. Neville Cham . Cab not lots tres. tiv i Linen Chin ambassador or Joseph Kennedy i. Tar guard of the London association of. Canadian sex scr vice men. A de Tach int or air Fordiv cad a Mem j hers of the Navy a Misuo and sea j scouts. I their majesties received at any i Iona a Welcome or the platform j irom queer. Mary the Duke and Duchess of Kent the Duke and Duchess of Gifu Cestr and the inn Cess Toyal. And Earl of Harewood h addition to Pron Ocso Beatrice and prior cow m iroc Louise. Tie princesses Elias both and Margaret Rose refused to leave their to her s sine a i sly moved freely Amoss the crowd. Iri ii Huntly Exchange inn in Elings with members of the Royal family. Their Majen talked Lor several Ali Rataj attn or. Chamberlain who was noticed trying to cheer up the princesses fru train Drew out Sharp a 12.45 . Twenty thousand saw their maj a ties Ai d the princesses walk from Portsmouth station o air Guild Hall on the Steps of which his majesty received the keys of the c to. Then they drove through the decorated streets of Hie docks. Where thousands of sailors cheered Vildt. And so Lviv sirens screeched. The Royal Salute was lived As Ali or majesties went aboard the Empress of at 3.41.1 . With tin they pen a Quarter of an hour alone m Timeir majesties suite tie cast Oft at 3 10 . Their Marottis waved a last Good Bye from the Bridge. The princesses were n Little forlorn and seemed so overcome with Iii option thai thy forgot to wave their handkerchief which they had taken out earlier. They stood with hands clasped until their pare were out. Of Lirlin. The whte resign broke from my Stem of the liner and the Kina s personal flan of lord Mali admirals a Gold Anchor on a held of red a flew irom the Lui pm . After which his was technically nmn Saiid lir gave the order to cast off and As the vese fathered Speed and foisted grandly Down tin Channel. Nine aeroplanes soared overhead ii . A Culm. H . Sobitha Nippon and h.. Glasgow will guard her pm the Way. Large crowds on Shore or went wildly a. On vessel passed. Krinch newspapers u in. Pron ii a in to the Royal visit to Canada and or meant Manv of their departure. Lii accompany Timeir , on a tour of the Royal quarters on Board after which i tlu1 for a group Pic Ture. A prompted Pron Margarct Hose to exclaim now i can t. See a lion the next i hot Okrah War taken she gazed at her Mother s silos in older not to risk being dazzled. General farewells were followed by princes Elizabeth fling Liik her anus around the Queen s neck. Their majesties dined in the Royal sule and afterwards listened to a re Issac Al concert. The Empress of Australia settled Down to a steady 17 knots with h.. Glasgow and h.. Southampton in line abreast and h.. Repulse astern. Trade with Greece German delegation Athens. Sunday. The German textile Trade delegation arrived today. It is seeking a Market for Wool mixture fabrics conscription _. ? _. I British opposition Campaign wealth should be first i i i Ondon. Saturday i the in constr Puon league i has issued a mania can i Irving All if the i ibor movement i to u Andraw from i National service committees Anil i in refuse to support the govern i Girnt s proposals. Or. A i3-. V n. . Labor us in is the it in. My a i Tion. And Thini the introduction of Cor ii Itkor. By la to eminent a i to cd the Power of tin work ii j flip Onai is or. A. Al n i Shil hns i Day Lik. I tin a s on. But labor id two shillings. J the meeting earn a i i Sohr. I Jyh i i Gou i Neni s to. J lied Ding of by trash blood n order of regain Ihal Given to or. Cham Berl in s friends or his \ in basement policy tin a added. Weal h should 1- r.-. I crated a Forf life the Softli Wales Coli or. Labor. W a a a my ship of 24o.on-i pleas a. ?.?-? to Resis. Conscript ii Bathurst cyclist injured two Oti inks i ? j pm hash Nick Maciow la raise ill. If 2fc itus j Sill Sci Al it Thui it. Had bib left ire Bink Rii Iliavi Hie ankle Anil a Ito badly rut Arioul the Kiili a hrs a car kno Kril him Fanini his Bir Cylc a few Miles on the Lla burst Side of Lithgow yester Day afternoon but two com had Lucky escapes from Weidous injury., had Ridden to la throw with Alfred Kissel and Cecil , both of Natl urst. And his Weie Peluni Iii when tile of cd Dent happened. The three cyclists were Riding to a Thor. And a car. Though to have been 10 Lff a to the Side of the Road Liy a motor Cycle crashed into them. Ku-.11 escape i with a few . But Keamy badly and Al bout Hie Back and legs. He grabbed the bumper bar a the car As it struck him and Criag girl along tie Road saving him sell from going under the car. Hie three bicycles Scro badly Luls Llyd. The three Toullis were treated by tie Lithgow ambulance and later transferred to the Bathurst ambulance. On arrival Here Agnew Wax and Nii Iii a to the do strict Hospital. Adrift in launch men s painful ordeal a dirt of Days on bread and j water j Sydney. Sumia i alter living Lor three Days on bread j Ami water when the engine of a 2511 i a Aurrli broke Down two czech Ouva 1 kilns were by Nim Berof tin j Cro Nulla suit club to Day. I i Laucis of tar pall we1 u Thioni h Conlin Loiis a Teni pts n s a tin rival no. While they were ii ill Riim i i Lei Tsoi surr. I Thi men. Paul Csc itch and . Of Wollongong left Sydney i Arlo on wednesday with the Linen t n i of reach met Wollongong. But Laie on thursday a Lii the engine broke Down and the launch a Drift. With a pm i option of a Small Quan Tity of bread and water their i Orl site on saturday night the men dropped Anchor when they observed Tansy had drifted Back up the coast la Cro Nulla however they were anchored in a dangerous position near a Lioi Boia. But were rescued by Hie surf club members Wilh tit Funch r struck by Tram i sv1inet Man Sydney sunday. Knocked Down by a Tram at a Zoubra late last night during a heavy rainstorm. Of Avn Mcculock i4p i. Single of metro Bra was fat ally injured. He was dragged Sev eral Yards before the Driver could Stop the Tram. He a pied if Rufi a washed with a a Titi i clean that a. To Mother s Day bv9l9 is . Mill v Vil b. Making a Gilt your ? dlr Sil Ilii ords selected pin Paley fur tin Anib Ala chaps would Liki la Kiva Hei new bal we his ii Sun to he Uris from. A ran ship up a Nils Anil in Lin i i a Iii i a ? my i la Elk s iiani1s a Moti Ikis Mink 1�? shot Shlit a til my Moti Khz Motif ill Flink a lit i Mot Iii i l Mixi c a Hill s music Mecca ? idiom in a double Accident mishaps on ferry Sydney Sunna. ?.-.iilvs were injured Lioard n Manly ferry in Day. Kilt i Ridgeway ? in. Of Willoighby. Was making a Bali Ganv Tiu to a., tile vessel Berd de at Manly the i la Over balanced and fell 10 Ket to Lover dwt. Injuring his Back. Sydney Guyd .14 of Nardin Bairn. Was to the of the a quient when in fell Down a stairway a d his lot Arm. And Suiter theatre burglars men s Hasty Retreat Karin by Marl ii Oliree men who were Alti input lib to Force open a door of the Sutherland picture theatre Early to Day Decamp i d when ii a were disturb to by a nightwatchman. He gave Chase and caught Nice of the men. But he wrenched inv find the three do Sapir ared into a Lane. ? a car which it is believed the men used was later found abandoned near the. Theatre. The Milice also found a race and bit. Torch gel ignite . And detonators. ? mtg do you wan up to Date Hrin Tiivi so the National Ai voc a Slutt you Dri Yurii. . Hid. Ord Marnil cards Llama ill Leraris. Concert to ukr Tan. Larb Kir. Seaman found dead . I com l l? in Sydney. Sunday Colin Daniel Mcandrew a Sunan in s. Sydney a a found Early Tillay lying at the Roar of a residential he taken u hos Pital where he several Lioums from ii fractured Skull. Foul pin. Is or. Inspected it ? mini ? Iron tin n of Iii i it a. I mde til assault and robbery h Jinx Ink Sydney. Is / assaulted and robbed Earl ? a i. The onlvnt.s of a i a. ? Nalii till Joe Crawford. C ? ? Cut. An Iii Dum. Wins Ira it for . To to ? .,.? and body. A a Wontai Irnis two in ? we in Nen Drew up at i ? a i Sulioti and Crawford was r u it or into the lyres. As ? Irwin lie v.-. by n t l and ii ii assaulted by the f. -.-?.-,-- m-. W Nulli two men life the fir pm vex Tom. He women ransack. Thi Tut till Anil i i intruders to. 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