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Broken Hill Barrier Daily Truth (Newspaper) - August 8, 1953, Broken Hill, New South Wales A a ? ? 1 ? ? Skyline service Wpm sky4ner services depart broken Hill for 3 Melbourne via Mildura l w 12.30 p.mtues., thurs., Sut. E 5 australian National airways pay. Ltd. K g car. Argent & but Innico of roots broken Hill s local accredited Job 2 956 , agony Skyline service 445s1paii j ireea9iib,$jfiiaf make i be Tiff Howe $ to Kiing certain j to Alvo your Calces and Pai Troj Aurra fro Ihnots and lightness you mint to confident. Iba the Ingrid ions you use Are Frosh. That s Why you. Can face sure of first Rato Pasuth with aunt Mary s baking powder it Nevor Doto fiorites and is always dependable. You. Jjo Volt with Tho added advantage of adding Tho rising a conf Whon you do your that is Tho right time Tho a St time for sure results. T Cream of tartar of Ikiko powder i pre Holder Eis target a 250 a Day to this Means Early delivery Ciuc i with Tho completion this year of 1 general to Fojt to Dens eleven Mil lion pounds expansion programme More Holden re daily rolling off the . Us to keep Poce yith increased sales City motors pay Ltd. Have this year completed an expansion programme of maintenance facilities at part Road Southwark to provide full ser vice requirements for their Holden customers. When you buy a Holden car or Utility from City motors pay. Ltd., South Australia s largest Hyldon distributors you ensure satisfactory after sales service. U3v j for service. As in sales in s no City motors Fojt a in head Oktoc car. Fiir Dors & Pulteney stts., Adelaide ? branches at ? broke in his it. 1 Lincoln it. Auf Rusta Birdwood your local Branch Silver City motors i m t ? it i i. 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Bri Lavah 8 4 Rue be Havre 8 4 Haydock 7 7 Radiant Devilish 8 0 left 7 7 Prince 8 4 Bay Hawk 7 7 cold Spray 8 4 Antonni 7 7 Radiant Prince 1, Antonni 2. Bri Tavah 3 Ashbury graduation six furlongs first division at 1.45 . Prince Astra 8 11 news item 8 0 great glee 7 12 co Ulper 8 8 or Agnish 8 0 Noo song dual colours 8 4 Royal sunny hour 7 7 Witalka 8 4 Mission 8 0 Stroud 7 7 i All Gene 8 4 Cape Star 8 0 Highway inn 7 7 with pipe on 8 0 emergencies regards 8 0 Krakatoa 7 12 Fel catch 8 4 Crystal Lucky stride 7 12 Rex Enore 8 0 Brook 8 0 Barf cur 7 i2 Cyprian 8 0 bar Fleur 1, Coupler 2, Krakatoa 3 Frederick cli880ld Handicap six furlongs at 2.20 . Iroquois 10 0 Standard 3 5 port Moonta 7 3 tossing 8 9 Nagpur no 7 11 Coupler 7 3 Friendly to comic 7 9 Burn son 7 3 feeling 8 7 Redden 7 7 English Versher 7 4 nag Puni 1, English Standard 2. Iroquois 3 Canterbury Park Handicap nine furlongs at 2.55 . Tossing 8 10 Pondicherry 7 7 triple flow 7 4 Mercury 8 1 Bil Arillas 7 4 celerity 7 3 Winmill 8 0 hoist 7 4 splendour 7 $ win Mil 1. Pondicherry 2, triple flow 3 a8hbury graduation six furlongs second division at 3.30 . Multics 8 11 Nestle 8 0 Royal White signal 8 8 Princess Mission 7 f is Lucro 8 4 Charm 8 ? 5 drum Wood 1 7 Royal drum 8 0 Caspar 7 12 Irish chief 7 7 colonel Jim 8 0 grand Pinarli 7 7 sky Hawk 8 0 Cavalier 7 12 emergencies Renfrew 8 0 Gay Vista 7 12 Rohini 8 0 Coreada 8 0 Corral 7 12 Delwood 8 0 Welbank 8 0 snorting silk 7 7 lady Cape 8 4 Gay Vista 1, sky Hawk 2, Caspar 3 \ welter Handicap a 8oven and a Quarter furlongs at 4105 . Sol Rex 9 5 Battle step 8 10 Captain dash 8 3 Poitiers 9 1 Burn son 8 9 Valroy 8 2 the mall 8 12 fair our Jillich 8 1 Royal prospects 8 5 and Eglen 8 0 pretender 8 11 bans a 8 4 Alk Anna 8 0 j the mall 1, sol Rex 2, Royal pretender 3 Battle for soccer goal getting record the Battle by Radium Hill soccer player Coburn to break the broken Hill goal kicking record will be a feature of tomorrow s soccer. Coburn needs seven goals to break the 13 year old record established by m. Alagich. Radium Hill with a Leaf of three Points cannot be Defeated now for the Middle 1 ton s Nield. I Radium Hill players Are disappointed that it is Neces sary for Coburn to have to make such a big bid As they received three forfeits Dur ing the year two from Zinc and one from Alma. It is considered if these games had been played Coburn May already have beaten the record. Alagich kicked seven goals in the last match of the season to create the record when Nap Redak Defeated Walpole citizens 18 goals to i in 1940. Radium Hill who play olympic tomorrow will be out to repeat that performance. In 1951 Dai Jones of Zinc scored 27 to get within two of tie record. Tomorrow s matches will be played at the no he Radium Hill and olympic play the first match at 2 . Sod. We Llama meets Nap Redak in the other match. Good soccer is expected. The association will meet after the football to elect a chairman and to. Fill other vacancies on. The association. If Radium Hill win of it borrow they will equal a record set by Nap Redak in 190 Wheir they went through. The season undefeated. It is proposed that Radium Hill play a combing. De broken Hill Side at a later Date. Snooker Sturt Defeated Dukes no 1 in a b Grade snooker match on the Dukes table on wednesday and thursday nights. Sturt won 9 frames o Dukes 6. Results Dukes mentioned first e. Courtney 2 d l. Hern 0 h. Critchley 0 lost to l. Sparks 2 j. Harding 1 lost to j. Greeney 2 c. Foote 1 lost to s. Lam Bert 2 h. Drummond 2 d l. Knight 1 p. Buttfield 0 lost to j. Muller 2. Win e0r . At ? the t Eton club on thursday night the Home team was beaten by , 4 games 9 frames to 2 games 7 frames. Scores demo 1 mentioned first l. Dickerson 1 lost to j. Bahorich 2 r. Dickerson 0 lost to l. Griffiths 2 a. Mcdougall 1 lost to j. Lasdow 2 m. Dixon 2 d. J. Day 1 f. White 1 lost to it. Kendrie Well 2 b. Thomas 2 d. L. Bucko. ? funeral of or. G. Norsworthy the funeral of or. George Norsworthy who died at Tho Hospital on thursday took place yesterday afternoon. The cortege left Baker and Woodman is funeral parlor at 3 o clock for the Church 61 England cemetery. Canon v. A a Twig. Officiated at Tho., graveside. I the. Bearers were messes i k Woi dmm j. Pilis w. Baket and. S. Bonner. Matron e. Hathor represented Tho old folks Home. I Baker and Woodman had charge of the . Be sure to shop at th8 Union shop j keen baseball play hornets eagles in. Fight for second place j hornets a eagles equal second on the premiership table will play a vital match to Morrow. With Only two matches remaining in the minor round the result May mean a decided advantage for one team in Tye finals. After their below Standard display last week hornets Are not favored to win but it they can break through it should do much towards re storing Confidence for the big games ahead. Although Troughton s pitching has lately been astray he will probably Start the game and it will be a test whether he can regain his accuracy and control. Frost who has had much experience on the Mound May pitch for eagles and on his Day can produce match winning form. However he is erratic and the team May Start with Davis who is More accurate but is Likely to be hit the draw is As follows a a Grade 2.30 . Hornets v eagles a Block 10 no. 1 chief. Umpire r. Meridy bases n. Fox f. Me Redith. Marist v tigers Excel Sior no. 1 chief Umpire k. Warren base i. Youngman. North juniors v Yew a Excelsior no. 2 chief Umpire a. Corkill base r. Tur Ner. B Grade 2.30 . Pc v apis Block 10 no. 2 chief Umpire r. Milde base. M. Mullins. Tigers May hold the mar its for a few innings but when the Brothers bring All guns to tigers will need to Call on All their re sources to Stop a runaway break through. North juniors Yew should be a keenly contested match. The teams have met twice and on each occasion the honors have gone ? to thic juniors. They appear to to evenly matched in the Bat Tery department but Stead Ier infield play by Yew May turn the tables in this their last encounter. Tomorrow s matches will Mark the end of the b Grade minor round. . Activities working Bee today All members and fathers of members Are asked to assist in the working Bee which is being conducted today to paint the roof of the main i building. One two or Jnore hours of work will assist us very materially to get this important Job done while the weather is Cool. Spring Competition applications application forms Aire available at the office for teams wishing to enter in the Spring com petition to be conducted by the Myca men s basketball league. Applications close in thursday August 20, and no late nominations will be accepted. Indican on Are that Twenty or More teams will be applying. Compete Uon play will commence Early in september. Badminton club this afternoon at 2.30 . A meeting will be held of those interested in Badminton. Or. Alec Mcbeath organiser of the Badminton club will be in the chair. It is important int nil in this sport should attend. Myca stamp club keen interest is being shown by the Schoolboy members who Are interested in this particular Hobby. The club meets every monday after non at 4 . In the lounge. The club Leader or. Reg. Millsom and officers Colin Chick and Bill Lawson. Extend a Hearty invite anon to those interested to attend. Boys Cabinet on wednesday afternoon a Well attended boy s Cabinet was held. The Cabinet has been formed so that the clubs of the boys department will have a direct Contact with the Board of directors who govern the association. Representatives Are senior his Kevin cell Mari tre Vor Yeo Junior Huy Adri an Hau Ian Bennetts and b. Lawson helmsman Graham Fot Heringhan and Don Al Len spartans Graham Pas and John penning. The Boiardi of director s representatives Are messes. A. Swanston and b. Grimmond. Leaders club last sunday night a Well attended leaders club meeting was held at the Home of or. And mrs. C. Kitchen Bro mide. Street All members arc reminded of the Leader ship training weekend to be held on August 29 and 30, 1953. The guest speaker and physical director will be i. C. A. Smith b.a., b.sc., vice principal of the Myca College for leadership training. Or. Smith australian born was trained in America and was physical director Yff Ca Adelaide and. General Secretary Mca Canberra before be ing appointed to his present position. He was one of the Foremost gymnasts this country has produced. By his attendance the Standard of training will be greatly increased. Prints find published 6y i up Van Walter Ray s57 Omurl Street broken Htu for tbe1 . Of a. Barrier District. _ Rugby league keen Semi finals the Zinc Oval on sunday will be the scene of a keen struggle for supremacy be tween Public service arid town minor premiers in the first Semi final of the 1953 Whyte Hall cup. Premiership Competition. Play is scheduled to. Com Mence at 3 . And referee a. Recce will be in charge of the Ganie. This match should be fill of interest Public service last year s premiers. Wil put everything into the game in an Effort to Quality for Tho final which will be Between the winners of this match and next week s Zinc Royal tussle. The town Side is in excellent form and though undefeated to Date have not had things All their Way during the season. I Public service reckon they have the answer to the town bogey and their solid Forward pack averaging 14st will make the game hard Lor the opposition backed up by a Strong backline with the Landy Bros and b. Ofarrell spearheads. Of at tack with a Safe and reliable fullback in r. Gordon. Teams to line out will be selected from the following Public ser tee w. Mar master h. Gilmore f. Pet ers j. Rpss. B. Stapleton k. Lyons to mormon b. Otar Rell r. Gordon m. Landy ,0. Loughlin a. Steele d. I Landy Cturner c. Par sons f. Gurney. ? towns m. Sheppard d. I Whilley r. Allen j. Kennedy to. Baker p. Bour cd. Nuci Beggs a. R. Begg l. Abbot a Staple ton. R. Durham p. Bunn k. Gamble m. Workman. Deah of or. A of Roberts the death occurred at the Hospital last night of or. Charles. Henry Roberts at tie age of 63 years. Born in we canola or. Roberts was Well renown in the o Outback districts As a teamster arid drover. Three years ago he took Over bulgur Murtle station. Deceased leaves a widow and live sons messes. Rarry. James Jack Stanle Yand i Ronald and two daughters mesdames j. Ferguson and w. Drury. The funeral will Tako place today saturday Leav ing Baker and Woodman 3 funeral parlor at 2 pm. For the general cemetery. Baker and Woodman have charge of the arrangements. Atlas Assurance co. Ltd Jii lowest possible Ratet in application. Consult e1z Argent St next que go to pm a Reni or. Woken Hll Crystal news a contractors ? pastoralist Home builders see Crystal first for All to Jar building requirements let us act As your Supply ? consultants Wev sin prov de technical advice and information on the latest developments in materials prompt delivery our Spe Clatty timbers Oregon full reside. Available tall Wood flooring 9d. It. Window Siut Oregon or Tal lot food $11 a Sci from 2/4 a. Moulding a Over battens Safe Etc. 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