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Bathurst Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Bathurst, New South Wales W an investment1 the room warmer. No dirty no trouble. A newspaper warms the room. Maxims of the mole. I am always clean do not smell Burn anything need no attention buy me and try me. Arnold Eig by District agent Russell Street Bathurst motor cycling is a cheap healthful pie Asinc re creation Ani is first for util Ity. Bat Hurst motor Cycle by change 69 William-st., Bathurst has the agencies for Honc Lerson Reading standards triumphs . A new Hudson and b. And b. Machines. Three second hand Harley David son s for Sale a two late models. Inspection and application for Al particulars invited. \ limited l a Sajt Iseff a l a c is m the Sand Iron founders. ? ? agents for Alfa Laval Cream 5 separators. Agents for a vacuum Oil ? Cyclone Gates and pickets. ? ?p.crago&so2?s limited Millers Adi Grain merchants Avo on Sale the Wall known brands Federal Mills Newtown Diamond roller flour. National Mills Bathurst. / i Snowdrift flour bran to Pollard wheaten meal i breakfast meal Etc. Rheumatic remedy i rheumatism cured f he one of the most experienced chemists in the Commonwealth. I everybody is talking about it. I Lucre res rheumatism. Lum i 5ac.o, sciatica backache i a 1 and All affections of the kids acid Ansing from exce8s of uric llvfl50 acts be a Charm one 1 to bottles s/6. All chemists. A wholesale and retail distributors go a my fms big ?sb83bsb8bs Shi Iff v to is 9 Why i a life j robbery Federal member s More condemnation ? .1 Ai Duj or. Wednesday. Ilio Hwy clip Shiro Council ? Lias passed Tom lok owing ? Resolution a that j Council emphatically protests in jains the members of Tho legislature voting an. Increase of c-100 i year to their salaries without ref erring the matter to Tho electors to was decided to Send a copy i. Uio Resolution to the Federal member for Tho Gwydir and to each of Tho new in ill Wales senators and. To All the Liziie und municipal Council in the Slute asking co operation. The. Resolution was before Tho Ann a ulale Council last night. Vol Conan Robertson moved thai t of pc Rution to granted and Overy Issi Stamico Given Iio thought the action of the Commonwealth t Arlia Nunt Riho ind be condemned in the trn Noje st und the most Karsli terms possible. For members raise their Sun pics by a sum of �400 Jive shout reference to the electors was nothing Niort. Of robbery. Alderman c Ummings said Tho i cd a Rel members action was we l mimed tip in one Iford robbery Alderman Sinclair did not Thi Tift it Sis die province of municipal Council to Novi no and condemn the actions o cd Ono supremo Oovi rement. Tho govern i was responsible to the people. Ift lid not. Question the s right to criticise the government tout in quest to ipod the Wisdom of such a pro i Clit Ian but to certainly Wokim Noi in Ltd on Tho task of vat chm 1hc in Tiow of the Federal government. ? Ain t Ronda Inong them whenever he thought he ought to do so. If Tho atm evils confined to solves to their own Bonsi lies1? to thought they would get Silon bettor. a mini Robertson disagreed with a Tenn in Sinclair. Tho. In Ipoh was carried. Wool decline the. Australian mercantile Lund and finance company. Limited report the London sales which Are now hold to Ontaiy open red on May 31 a us a Doc Lino of 25 per cent on Merino 10 to 35 per rent on Fine crossbred with rho coarser grades loss affected and a loan l on the 11th inst. This drastic movement in the Market upon tic top of thu decline of from 5 to 15 per font it the previous sales shows t great change in the Wool values Ami. The received from our London office indicates no recovery ? at the. Closing of he series. Compared with values ruling Early in May. This would show a decline or. The Best g Rozsics of 2s 6d per 1b. Such. Decline in a month is probably unprecedented. Apart from growers lessened interest in the Pool the de Ojito does not directly affect producers the influence if Tho fall ? in values As bearing on Tho realisation of Tho next clip is consequently of More importance and in this connection Tho very heavy withdrawals viz., 45 per. Cont. Aro much to to . Notwithstanding that it was found necessary to curtail Tho sales by a Wock with Tho object of stemming Tho declining Market pickpockets caught and convicted. Sydney. Wednesday. Yes he is known your worship he has six aliases and started his Long record in years ago with three years hard labor said sergeant Napper police prosecutor at the Cen tial police court when Frederick Jav Martin 35, labourer was charged with stealing from John Kemsey a Wallet and .�3 10s Al the England v. New South Wales football match at the Sydney Cricket ground on May 12. Kemsey stated that he was standing watching the football when he Felt a hand go into his hip pocket. Lie. Looked around and saw the accused who made off. Witness followed him and accosted him. Martin said he did t have Tho Wallet but replied i know who s got it wait Here and i la go and get it for you witness followed accused up and Down the groundf., accused attempting to lose witness in the crowd. Eventually he offered witness �1 to Square it up but this Rasof no Avail and finally Komsky received blow which grounded him. The crowd then interfered and Martin was arrested. The magistrate or. Butler sent Martin to gaol for six months with the option. Albert Gordon alias Garland or Carl arid who also had a Long criminal record was fined .�5, in default a month s hard labor on a charge of stealing1 a medal valued at �1, from Albert Budd. Evidence was Given that Budd was standing in the crowd outside the Commonwealth Bank the night the Prince was there and caught the accused with his hand of hit watch Chain. A medal had been snapped off the Chain. William George Termen 40, who described himself As a deck hand of the Sydney Fenics was fined a or a month s hard labor on a charge of stealing a one Pound note from Henry Burton a Stoker on . Stal wait in Crane Lane off Pitt Sirwet on saturday night. Fracture spine boy awarded �1266 damage. ? Sydney wednesday. ? ,1 he jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff for �1266, in the action in which Clifford Martin aged 10, by his next Friend. Walter Herbert mar tin Cly Bucca claimed �5000 compensation from William James Cald Well Charles Mayne and Henry Cle ment Wilson trading a9 h. C. Wilson and company for alleged negligence in the management of a motor car. The verdict included �66 Apoc Ket expenses. Tho evidence for the plaintiff was that he and his sister 13, were Riding bicycles when the defendant s car collided with them. Plaintiff s spine was fractured. His Honor ordered the balance of the amount awarded after deduction of expenses to be invested for the Benefit of the boy. Unknown woman remark abide interest Molbo Yukne. Wednesday. Public interest lius been shown in Tho Casu of the Young woman whose body was found in Lake Wen Douro. At Ballarat last in Volc. A 11 11 a incr of prominent men paid i to Cost of this i a Terai. Tho coffin was Wori d with Flowers and about 300 people followed Tho Hearse to the in vehicles. The salvation Amy Hent a Wroath bearing the words a. Salvation tribute to a Crien Dilossi onely girl ? Many people Pla Coil Ilo wors on Tho grave. Tho police Havo not yet discovered Iwho the woman was but judging by she articles of clothing which hah been in her Possession Thoy conv Ludu that she must Havo Boon Well to do. Goo with the Prince the Melbourne girl this is Tho truth the Ivl Iolo truth and. Nothing but the truth about Tho Prince Aid that girl from so the Gundagai Lindop Eldont that versatile journal which always Givoni Tho Tinkum Oil tolls us. The Prijic. Touched i on Tho Shouder Anil Eaid might i Havo the pleasure v rns Toad of replying As it pleases your highness As All Tho girls Havo had it drilled into Thoni Tho Maidon Auserod a Buckl saw Sci corately excluded from Tho mat Ron 3ii ii,it,.i i,7, ii Iii Iii i ii in your business and for your pleasure. ? a Pho 297. The Ford factories turn 3,100 Tais each Day. But that huge number is 400 per Day Short of requirements. What greater proof can you ask for of popularity write. Call or bore the Al 4gjcdt�? ? to will be pleased to quote Price and All particulars the address is Russell Street Bathurst. Repairs by experts. Cars for Huie. A i \ s 8 i03 b i. Under taker Etc 178piper Streeet of Blayney Mui Thurpe and Carcot or wishes o and ounce that big purchased part of . Munn s Plant he has arted business at Tho above address and having Ilie most ii to Date. Hearses and carriages of Sydney is prepared to conduct funerals a town tout re at lev. Possible prices. ? phone 36o aty o r a Tki a 1 1 1 Oil 13 hive Gas visit our showroom and inspect the latest Model. Demonstrations Given at any time repairs we have the machinery and the highest skilled workmen to effect any repair work. We Supply All accessories free air. Bowser ised benzine Tyre Reb nil Ding tyres a speciality. Rebuilt covers guaranteed f r 2,000 Miles. A a Harl Best & o Dea Tiiu motors in William st. Bathurst phone 194 Studebaker Studebaker Stuie baked Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker the drink to warms warms and improves All drinks it is mixed with. It s character is the equal of spirits. Add a Little to All other drinks for life bite and flavour also Good for colds indigestion flatulence Colic. Studebaker s Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker Studebaker trotting Trot of .�6, ii Bob Clay 20yds bad Gunbar 30, Rock Amber 50, speedy whips 50, Lillian 70, Al Alto 105, eclipse 190, Little Wilkes 240, Little Nell 300, Collar 300, Mas Ter aka Bah 350, maid Marion 370. Flying Handicap of �12,. I Kitty Roy scr., Rialto scr., Kaey aka Bah Boyds bad Minnie Wilkes 20, Bismarck 30, flying Bells 60, Olcen Derby 75, Lumont 100. Farmers and tradesmen s Trot of .�6, 2 Bell Derby scr., Derby Jean scr., Blue Bell scr., . Scr., Gunbar boy is bad Al Alto 1 to speedy whips 10, Bob Clay 20, Rock Amber 20, Silver Light 20, Little Wilkes 40, Little Nell 50, Zoolah too maid Marion 200, Moonlit to 240, Huon Duke 300. ? Blayney Handicap of a ii mile. A Garryowen scr., Orange Bells scr., Good Hue scr., Bonnie Wilkes scr., pious Derby scr., Kitty Roy scr., Monitor 10yds bad War cry 30, Glaze Huon 35, Kascy aka Bah 70. Pony Handicap Trot of �5, Vij mile. A Lucy Moore scr., Jeanet scr., miss Barry scr., Longford scr., Derby Jean scr., miss bar 10yds bad miss Kitty 20, eclipse 20, Little Wilkes 20, Little Nell 50, master aka Bah 60, Lillian 70, lady Strickland 120, Cor by hate Peter 130, Arthur s Pride \ 150. Blayney club. Handicaps for saturday. Farmers and tradesmen s said his wife was dead. Sydney. Wednesday.-, i George Henry Ratcliffe a Young Man appeared before judge Back House and a jury at the Darling Hurst sessions to answer three counts of obtaining Money by false pretences. Or. Rowland appeared for the grow i and accused Wasi undefended. Ruth Bedford Secretary of the 19th battalion comforts fund said that on easter sunday accused called at her House in Elizabeth Bay Road and gave her a letter which set that his wife was seriously ill and asked for assistance to get medical attention for her. She gave him �2. Next Day accused again called and said ? if wife was dead. He added that the funeral had to take place at once and he wanted Money to pay the under taker. Lie seemed to be most genuinely distressed continued witness. He had tears in his eyes and. His voice was choking. I gave him �1-2. Major a. J. R. Scott a member of the committee of the comforts fund said that on March ? 27 accused obtained �4 from him by stating that his wife was ill. He subsequently called again and said his wife had died. Florence Ratcliffe wife of accused said her Hus band had never supported her except for two weeks. He had been in gaol most of their married life. She was living apart from him. She was not ill on april 4, nor had she been ill during March. J Udo Backhouse fortunately you arc. Not dead laughter accused in evidence said that when he made the statements he believed them to be True. He went to see his we but could not get near her. A Friend of his has the other Money which he had not returned because he had been told that that would be compounding a felony. Accused admitted that he had been sentenced to six months imprison ment for false pretences. Tho jury returned a verdict of guilty and judge Backhouse in re manding prisoner for sentence said that the crime was a most contempt Ible one. Charge against wife attempt to Poison Sydney ?. The Caso in which Elizabeth May Woodbridge 36, ? is charged with hav ing maliciously attempted to adminis to r Poison to her husband Francis glue los Woolbridge with intent to injure him was mentioned Tigani at Tho. Contral police court. ? ser Gount Spyer police proc Flor applied for further adjournment on the j ground that an. Important wit new for Trio prosecution Vns ill. Tho police however expected to to in ii position to proceed with the Wise c ii thursday. Tho Mingis Tiitto it. Or m re minded accused to that Date. B ii .ii.w. in to in of ? Prince of Wales birthday his Koyal highness has reached Iii 2gth Yeier. Admirers of the Royal ambassador Are in general agreement that his appearance suggests an age several years below in that figure. Suor weather struck Bathurst to Day and it will be surprising if it passes without at least a slight fall. The slowness of Dubbo Cunt Tor. Down to any great Lack of Journo Lytic modesty anyway. The local press never tires of blowing its own bras instrument. The dispatch gives this Tjie citizens of Orange prepared and presented an address to Tho Prince of Wales. The mayor made the pro Iii Matiun in Sydney. Tho mayor says the Prince is a Fine Sittlow chop and a i sifted where is Orange now if it Hiipfl been the mayor of Dumbo who had presented an address there would certainly have been no for the Princo to Alc where is dub Bol its splendid record of service Dur ing the War made Dubbo know n All Over the a world and even Tho Prince of Wales without our telling him knows till about us the size of the town the industries of the District the distance from Sydney and even Tho names of the Dubbo Bing boys or. J. S. Parker of Cano Indra. Was entertained by friends prior to waking a tour abroad. In no Knowledg ing a presentation to said he had Benn in business for 27 years and during that time he never had it a Ross to Rel with an employee. Tho government proposes removing Boi Iio rocks at the Entrance to the Clit Rifice River. Recently an Aero Plain Ilvy ? Over Tho Mouth Tif Tho River and during the flight the aviators got u Good photograph of the Rov jts. A few Miles to sea rocks were distinctly visible at a Depths of 50 or i0 foot but near the Mouth of the River owing to the discoloration of Tho water the observation wus not so easy. Daring the last five years a por acre of profit on wheat growing of �1 5s w was made in 1915-1g and 11s 5d in 1917-18, while the remaining three years showed losses of 10s 5d per acre l 5ii, 10d and 17s Lod. The committee of the Ragga Dis incl Hospital Hus decided to immediately erect a children s Ward with duly rooms Etc. At an estimated Cost of �6000, toward which about �2200 in in hand. A report from Bogart Gino mates i hat numbers of horses continue of suffer in that District from i ipod and rubbish eaten during the drought. Tho nurses Wellington Hospital Tiro to be provided with a Tennis court where Urey can Havo recreation. The a will to made by Volun my labor while. Tho wire noting has been Dona Ted. A end Nival recently held at Parkes in Ltd of Tho Hospital funds netted �g0 10s Lod a highly satisfactory insult. Or. Nicholls m.h.r., tries to justify his voting for the loot at by declaring that he was better of than to is now when he was working for his living. Well what s wrong with his frying work again Aslos Dubbo dispatch to Roth last Floc year 1915 to 1919 �10,1500,000 was spent on purely local Fedney services and �1,000,000 on. Simi Lar services throughout the whole of Tho rest of Tho state. A local minister says a Uralla p i Pei complains that the people prayed for rain but directly there appeared a Cloud in the sky they did not attend divi.110. Service. Roe advices from Eizig Luud give Tho Prico of no. 1 petrol at 3s 8id a gallon. From a digest supplied by Tho Shell marketing co. Of Britain this in made up As follows a Cost . Kehva York is sad Ocean freight a taken at half current rates 4�d average Cost of railway freight and distribution As established by accountants 7d duty id a Ortigo profit 4jd 5 per Cunt pro fit for distributors 2d total Cost pc gallon 3s 8jd. The Success of f Tho Ipince of Wales speeches is largely explained by the care that to bestows on the preparation of them though his do
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