Broken Hill Barrier Miner Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1930, Page 1

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Broken Hill Barrier Miner (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Broken Hill, New South Wales Presto late Satter Ito from �3 .18/6-at Woodman s an imported Battery bought free of duty. The world s Best a a of overcoats Potro pats dyed equal Jaq new a there dyeing saves buying 833 Argent Street australian team a match against Lancashire for 231 " special to Tho Manchester june 22. Tho australians yesterday began Tho of bum match against Lancashire and Woodfull having won the toss after five losses decided to Bat on a Rood wicket. The weather Aras Dull with a spots of rain. Mcdonald the former australian fast Bowler who caused a first innings collapse in the first match the austra lians played against Lancashire wan Nob Abb to play. Of. Account of a knee injury. Hornibrook who has a bad leg had to Plav to give Grimmett a rest As this is the last match before the second test match which will begin at lord s on. Friday next it was de sired also to rest Kippax. Oldfield m Cap and possibly Bradman but a Beckett s and Walker s injuries suffered on Friday made this impossible. The australians omitted Walker. Grim Mett a Beckett. And Ponsford. Rich Ardson has practically recovered from his attack of Hay fever. Jackson. To Day batted with abundant style and Confidence. He was at the wickets for 125 minutes for 52 runs which included three fours Bradman was Given a wonderful reception when he went out to Bat. But is did not display his usual dashing Cricket and took 110v minutes to make 33 runs. Stumps were drawn Early because of the failing Light. The australians had then scored 231 runs for the loss of five wickets. Scores Australia first innings. Woodfull st. I Ackworth. B. Sibbles 27 Jackson b. Hodgson. 52 Bradman c. Duckworth b. Sibbles 38 Kippax not out. 56 m care. A Duckworth h. Hodgson 31 Richardson c. E. Tyldesley b. ? Hodgson. 13 Fairfax not out. 1 sundries. 10 total for five wickets. 231 fall of for 59 two for 103, three for 144, four for 202. Five for 230. , three wickets for 55 runs Sibbles two for 51. R. To Desley nil for 56 Hopwood nil for 32 Watson nil for 5 iddon nil for 22. Australians complain regarding arrangements special to the London Jane 22. It is reported that members of the australian team Aro complaining bit Terly of Tho match arrangements. They state that Tho programme has been arranged badly and they Are kept run Ning about everywhere to meet then next engagement. The batting of late Nas been like that of a team which h in need of a rest. The averages j Bradman and Grimmett the averages of the australians in the 14 completed games so far played which includes the Surrey match show thac Bradman still. Leads in Hatting and Grimmett in howling. Bradman As the result of lean scores in the first innings of Tho first test match and against Surrey has dropped from 111.8 a week ago to .98.1. Though. He is still easily leading the other batsmen. Grimmett has now taken 83 wickets Tho averages Are As Folio is batting. In. N.o.,rns. . Avg. Bradman 17 3 1374 "252 -98.1 a Woodfull. .13 0 ,809 216 62.2 Ponsford 16 3 668 220 51.3 kippax16 5 551102 50-1 m cabe.15 0 447 s6 29.8 Richardson 14 0 401 100 28.6 Fairfax. 15 4 308. 53 28 a Beckett 6 1 138 67 27-6 Jackson �v16 2 377 64 26.9 Oldfield a 8 2 92 28 15.3 Grimmett .10 3 79 23 9.8 Walker. A 5 2 22 10 7.3 Burwood. 5 1 25 6.2 Wall. V 9 3 34 9 5.6 Hornibrook la 2 47 la 5-2 indicates not out. J i. R Bowling. ? tit in. Wits. Runs. Avg. Grimmett 18 82 963 11.7 Kippax. A 1 1 13 13 Hornibrook 18 51 709 13-9 Bradman 5 9 lol 16.7 m cabe 13 12 257 21.4 Wall ". A 16 23 614 26.6 Fairfax. 19 22 603 27.4 Burwood a a 13 8 240 30 a Beckett. 8 4 124 31 the bowline averages do not include the second innings of Surrey a the Correct analysis have not yet been received. " stowaway Soh Ormonde. Two landed at Colombo London. Jone 19. The Ormonde a a Day ont at sea from Fremantle when a family com prising the parents and three children aged six two and one year belonging to Leicester were found on deck where they had slept All night. A further search revealed another family three of them very seasick consisting of Sisters aged. 25, 17, and 14 years in a bathroom. Captain James handed Over the father of the first family and the eldest girl of the second to the authorities at Colombo hut sympathisers in. The first and third classes subscribed the fares for the remainder. 1 Sydney har Borbridge designer leaving London for Sydney London june 18. Mir. Ralph Freeman the designer of the Sydney Harbor Bridge is leaving London on saturday for Sydney to superintend the joining of the two spans. He said to Day naturally this we a d3 the most important part of the work and i want to be there. When completed the two sections will to three feet apart this clearance Peine necessary to allow the construction of the last Section of the constr a and movements due to changes in attacks child May Loose sight of one Eye Gilgandra monday. The two year old son. Of or. A. V. Jackson of a Alipia station. Vas at tacked by a Black Orpington rooster of saturday and. One of his eyes was so severely injured that he May lose the Ighac of it. Aerial doings flights to Australia two planes leave England both were close secret special to the London june 22. Shortly after or. Jack Matthews and or. J Hook left England for Australia by aeroplane at Dawn on Friday last in an attempt to break Squadron Leader Hinkler s record for the journey or n. King hopped off from Heston on the same Mission. Both planes reached Marseilles franc where or. Hook Learned for the first time that he had a rival. It was just As big a Surprise to or. King to learn that messes. Matthews and Hook were on their Way to Australia. Both had made a close secret of their plans and Mission. Both planes have left for Rome. Or. Matthews did not Tell the members of his family of his plans and or. King merely told his relatives that he was making a flight to Paris. Plight of the Canberra to the Jervis ranges. Another postponement continued from Page 3. The Hight of the Canberra was again delayed to Day. At 2.30 o clock this afternoon the Shell company received a Telegram As follows flight postponed until to Morrow owing to unfavourable weather Condi the Sydney correspondent of the Miner telegraphed that the air liner Canberra was not Able to get away to Day owing to a dense Mist on the Blue mountains. Fatalities and accidents two motoring fatalities Melbourne monday. A motor car Accident which occurred Miles hmm Cohuna resulted in the deaths of Edmund Catt 55 and Leo Byan 22. They were returning from a football match when the car struck the raised Edge of a Culvert and Over turned. Two other men were badly injured. Adelaide Street Accident married woman killed by passing motor car Adelaide monday. Selena Tuff 53of Dudley Park was knocked Down by a motor ear and killed in he a san Street Ade Laide on saturday afternoon. Mrs Tuff stepped on to Tho Road apparently to catch a Tram car and was struck by an approaching motor Caf. Her Skull i was fractured. Schoolboy injured. While experimenting mates also injured Adelaide. Monday. As a result of a terrific explosion when be was experimenting with Chemi cals in the backyard of is Home in Thomasj Street North Croydon yester Day Lloyd Horsfall 131a Schoolboy lies seriously injured in a private hos Pital. The injured boy s two cousins Lawrence Jervis 15 and Douglas Jer vis 10. Also residing at North Croy Don were Cut about the legs and body. An elder sister of Horsfall s was slightly injured but a girl Friend who was standing with her escaped without in jury. The injured boy had made a Lemon Ade bottle full of a mixture consisting of Sulphur and chlorate of Potash and had ignited a Small Quantity on the ground when suddenly the whole con tents of the bottle exploded and the bottle flew like shrapnel in All directions. Lloyd Horsfall was Cut on the face body and limbs. Australian trading bunks profits since 1916 total �55,507,000. Canberra tour slav. Replying to or. Keane in the House of representatives to Day. Or. A. G. Theodore the treasurer stated that the declared profits of the australian trading Banks from 1916 to 1929 were �55,507,000. Prom this amount Over �39,000,000 was paid in dividends and �11,384,000 added to reserves. Or. Theodore added that the Reserve of the associated Hanks in that period had in creased from �12,000,000 to �30,000,000. The unemployed Victoria s Relief programme Melbourne thursday. Another programme. Of unemployment Relief works estimated to Cost �100,000, has been adopted by the state government. The expenditure authorised so far from the special funds amounts to �500,000. The ministry is preparing a full statement showing How the Money will he spent. There han been delay in. Batting of the re Lief work in hand and men. Who expected Early employment have expressed great disappointment when informed by the labor Bureau that work was not yet available. Transport workers act a a a to be made inoperative by Federal. Proclamation Canberra saturday. A proclamation is to he issued by Tbs Federal government making the transport workers act inoperative in All ports. The effect of this will be to remove All discrimination and limitations of employment of workers on the waterfront. Sunken treasure ship efforts to Salvage Paris june 18. Still another Effort is to be made to Sarago the �1,000,000 lost when the . Egypt Sank As the result of a collision several years ago. Italian Sal Vago tugs arrived at Brest to Day to attempt Tbs Salvage. The Egypt is lying at a depth of 400ft., and giant electro magnets Are to be employed to raise the liner Section by rec tips. I Theca Industry Tyldesley Colliery to close too Many stoppages i Sydney thursday. Loss of Trade and the unjustifiable stoppage of employees Vero Given As reasons for the decision to close Down Tyldesley Colliery acc Cullen Bullen in Tho Lithgow District. About 200 men and boys will be Idle at the end of the month when Tho notices become effective. Discussing the position the manager said that there had been so Many interruptions during Tho year that it had been found impossible successfully to compete with other collieries in 14 months there had been 47 strikes but Only one was a dispute Between Tho management and the men. Am Johnson her Melbourne visit students rag Melbourne. Thursday. Miss Johnson had another Busy Day to Day. She visited the methodist ladies College at Kew and was entertained at morning Tea in. The City by former residents of Hull. She then attended a luncheon Given by the Royal automobile club and visited Mel Bourne University in the afternoon. This evening she was the guest of the legacy club and afterwards was at Melbourne town Hall for a reception by the . A carefully prepared rag arranged by University students marked the reception Given to miss Johnson in the Wilson Hall to Day by women graduates it was unexpectedly informal. Hilarious students soon took a Barge of the proceedings silenced the speakers and extended to mis3 Johnson an enthusiastic reception of their own. I had meant to say something serious said miss Johnson laughing but it does Noi seem to be she left the platform and took her place at the Tea table shortly afterwards the pot plants at the foot of the dais trembled ominously As a trapdoor in Tho floor was opened and the students band which had previously welcomed miss Johnson in the grounds emerge j into the Hall tile band took up a position on the dais and Sang for site s a Jolly Good fellow and the University an. Them to the Uncertain accompaniment of a drum and Many fireworks. Alleged criminal assault sequel to motor car ride. Sydney monday. Following on allegations by four girls Liat they had been Given a motor car ride by three men and subsequently assaulted in the scrub near Parramatta three men were detained by police at 3.30 o clock yesterday morning i according to the Story told to the police by one girl the men suggested a party at the hotel at the Cross roads and they accepted the invitation but instead oct be Tole Cross roads the car was driven into the Bush. There she alleges they were All assaulted. She broke free stopped a passing car and was taken to the Parramatta police station. A search was immediately made for the other car and it was found parked on the Side of the Road Way at st. Mary s. _ in it were three men and the two girls one of whom was unconscious. They were a a taken to the Parramatta police station. After further investigations the pm lice charged one of the men with criminal assault. The accused remanded 4 Sydney monday. In. The Parramatta police court to Day Thomas James Noone 28mas Ter Hutcher was remanded until next monday on a capital offence. The prosecuting sergeant said it is alleged that Noone with two other men. Picked no three girls in the City in a car on saturday and said they were going to a dance. Instead the girls were driven into the Bush near Prospect and it in alleged that the defendant committed a serious offence. Or. Niland. For the defendant said the defence alleged that the girls were met in a lounge har in a c to hotel that it was a drunkard s party and that what happened was with her con sent. Noone was also remanded on a charge of driving a car without a licence. . Thain smash engine Driver killed and fireman injured Perth sunday. Several True Les of a train were de railed near Algu Deering 127 Miles from Perth on saturday night. Or. William Bailey engine Driver of Northam was killed both his legs being broken he also suffering injuries or. Alexander Guthrie fireman also of Northam suffered three broken ribs internal injuries and Shock. condition is serious. The guard was not injured. The trucks which piled on top of the engine caught fire. Or. B. C. Walmsley dead . For Lane Cove in the . Assembly Sydney monday. Tbs death occurred at Midnight on saturday of or. Bruce c. Walmsley nationalist member for Lane Cove in tha legislative Assembly. 1 . Railways More support is needed from country business men Sydney monday or. A Cleary chief commissioner of railways told a deputation at Bat j furst on saturday that the railways will employ More men if country Busi a Ness people would rave the railways better support. Federal arbitration Industrial commissioners and desire of unions Canberra. Monday. The Federal government has teen asked by several unions to make a selection of Industrial _ commissioners from among Union officials. Ii Sydneye Astrike supplies for some Days arranged by employers no mass picketing is to be permitted Sydney monday. In connection with Tho meat employees strike against the reintroduction of a 48 hour week full arrange ments Havo been made by the master butchers to maintain supplies for some Days. The state Cabinet will fake action to prevent disturbances of any kind. No mass picketing will be allowed. Tho meat employees in Queensland and Victoria have promised to co operate with the strikers in new South Wales. To sales held to Day men on 48 hour week Sydney monday. A a result of the strike at the Home Bush abattoirs no sales were held at Flemington to Day. Or. Shand Secretary of the master butchers association said to Day there is no likelihood that the pub Lic will have to buy inferior or Dis eased meat the meat and Allied industries defence committee will see to that. The abattoirs meat Board employees Are now working 48 hours a week. I do not anticipate any disturbances on the part of the pm ployees.". 4o.co0 carcases of Mutton in Sydney cold stores Sydney monday. It is stated that there Are Between 30,000 and 40,000 carcases of Mutton in various cold stores to Day in Sydney sufficient to last a fortnight. Although no official statement has been made the meat Industry employees Union is said to he considering the question of withdrawing its members from the Butcher s shops and Smallwoods fac tories. Strike not referred to Sydney labor Council. Sydney monday. Or. A s. Garden Secretary of the trades and labor Council said that the strike Bas not yet been officially referred to the Council. He added that the meat Industry employees Union will carry on the strike itself unless other unions become involved. In the latter event the disputes com Mittee will automatically take control. Conciliation committee not Likely to intervene. Sydney monday. It was stated Iii. Government circles to Day that the conciliation committee will not intervene in the meat dispute because of the fact that the Law lays Down very clearly that we working Houri must be 48, and the employers Are justified in making a change in the conditions. Girl wounded i Bullet while playin6 j Puno shot fired through window at st. Peters Sydney girl s condition improves. So Nev. In Nav. What the police believe to be a deliberate attempt to murder occurred at st. Peters late last night when Rosie Kelly aged 15 years was shot in the Back while sitting in a front room of her residence playing a piano. The Bullet lodged in her Hack just below the lung. It is stated that the shot was fired at close Range through the window. The Telephone wires of the House next door had been Cut in order apparently to prevent anyone communicating with the police. The Mother of the wounded girl is unable to account for the attack on her daughter. She is certain it must Hare been meant for someone else. Some weeks ago a piece of Iron wa3 hurled through a window into the same room As that in which the girl was shot. An a Ray examination of the., Vic Tim revealed that the Bullet. lodged in a muscle behind the left ribs. It is either a revolver or a pea Rifle Bullet. The girl s condition showed improvement Early this morning. Eyewitness Story Sydney monday. Immediately after the shooting there was a sound of running feet along the passageway outside the sitting room window. One of the party rushed outside in a search for the person who fired the shot but there was no sign of anyone. The assailant had obviously watched the party in Progress from the passage Way and had then taken deliberate . The Bullet smashed through the window and Tore through. The Blind missing one of the Young men present by inches. John Kearney who witnessed the whole incident said we were All around the piano singing the song for the term of his natural life when suddenly the window Glass crashed to the floor. Simultaneously Rose Sang out of i m shot the cutting of the Telephone wires of the House next door shows that the shooting was premeditated. The Man who fired the shot evidently had a grudge against some member of the family of Ernest Reigher at whose Home the party was being held. Death of sirs. Is Dow Tho death occurred at the Hospital this morning of mrs. Mary Daddow at the age of 71 years. She had been a resident of broken Hill for 20 years and an adherent of the Street methodist Church. The funeral will leave the residence of her Nephew. Or. S. J Daddow of 73 Cornish Street off Creedon Street. At 111.30 . To mor Row for the methodist cemetery. Fred j. Potter and son have charge of the funeral arrangements. Attempted robbery at 12.45 o clock on sunday morning Constable Wallace while patrolling Argent Street South discovered that an attempt had been made to break and enter the shop of Walker and sons. Jemmy Marks were clearly shown on the Back doors and wire Netti Nir on one window had been lifted. . Floods 3�a1tland District thefts during inmates absence Newcastle monday. Numerous cases 0f thieving have been reported in the Maitland District. Using boats persons visited houses which the inmates had been forced to vacate owing to the floods and stole articles of value. One woman refugee who was sheltering in the Maitland town Hall Aav birth to a baby on saturday. The Northern Rivers have regained Normal level Sydney monday. Or. Camm acting state Meteorol i Gist stated this morning that the nor Thern Rivers have practically regained j their Normal Levels and the possibility of further flooding is most Remote. Water at West Maitland reported to be receding j Newcastle monday. The Waters Are receding from the lower parts of West Maitland very slowly. It is expected to be at least a week before people will be Able to return to their Homes. Many families declare that they will never again live in their former localities. I ? 48 hour week new hours in shops statement by Secretary for country traders Assn. In reference to the advertisement in last Friday s Miner notifying retail ers that As from to Day monday they will revert to the hours of work Jophia. Tivo before the institution of toe 44 hour. Act or. H. M. Mullins Secre tary of the country traders association to Day made the following ment every retailer working under the local shop assistants award is entitled to work his staff 48 hours for male and 46 hours for female without Over time but it must be clearly under stood that such hours of duty must he within tile scope of the award that is that a a four Days of a week he cannot Start earlier than s . And finish at j6 o clock and on one Day Friday Start at 8 . And finish at 9 o clock and on saturday Start at 8 . And finish acc 1 . The hours mu3t be worked within these beginning and ending times. However to establish some conformity in. The matter businesses will be divided As follows softwoods following is an example before the establish ment of the 44 hour act. Drapers out fitters mercers Etc., considered there was no occasion to bring their male staffs in with some exceptions before 9 . And this principle will continue. I a All of the staff both made and other than those employed at j sweeping or Jnes Senger am in Arcel boys will begin. At 9. and work until.6 . On mondays to thursdays with one hour for lunch. Fridays from 9 . Until 9 ., with the usual time off for lunch arid Tea saturdays from9 an. Until 1 with the proviso however that. On special a canons such As sales Etc. The male staff Maybo worked the full 48 hours without overtime b boys engaged in sweep ing messenger and parcel boys will begin each morning at 8.30 . And finish at 6 . On mondays to thurs Days and at for . On fridays and at 1 . On saturdays and they will be allowed one hour and 12 minutes Tor lunch or wherever the individual requirements necessitate they can be brought in for any four morn Ings of the week for the extra half hour1 in place of starting at 8.30 . Every morning and of course then have Only one hour for lunch. Dry goods grocers and that Section of the business people will work the full 48 hours Foi males arid 46 hours for females. Conditions Here Are very different and these were the same conditions As existed before the establishment of the 44 hours act. All other sections of business will work 48 hours for males and 46 Foi females in accordance with the conditions of whatever award they an working under. The whole new conditions mean that the retailers Wil again revert to the conditions which were in operation prior to the establishment of 44 hours a to Day or. Roy Odgers Secretary of the shop assistants thion a Cei Ved the following Telegram from i e. A. Horsington . Nei act provides that you automatically revert to hours of award december 1922." or. Odgers said that the hours Down in the december award were 4 hours for males and 46 for females. Ministerial association discussion by members regarding the unemployed men camping in Quarry a Well attended meeting of the ministerial association was held in the . Rooms this morning the Ber. Of r. Charman f.r.e.s., pre siding. The quarterly plan for schools the Hospital and . Lectures was arranged. Arrangements were finalised for members to meet the Rev. R. C. Davidson d.c.m., Young people s director for South Australia in the . Rooms on monday next. Or. Davidson it was reported will arrive Here on saturday and will hold services during the week end. Members expressed themselves in Accord with the suggestion of the hos Pital Board to make arrangements for a Chapel when the new building scheme is under consid ration. It was decided to write the Board on the mat Ter. A discussion took place regarding Tho plight of some of the unemployed of the City. It was reported that a Large number of men apparently in dire need Are camping in the Council Quarry. A committee was appointed to investigate the cases and to later wait on the town clerk to see if some thing can be done in the matter of to lib provision of a building for them to Camp in. The Rev. J. P. H. Tilbrook reported after the meeting that the members of the committee will make their investigations this afternoon. Arrangements were made for an after Church service in the town Hall on sunday night in connection with the present evangelical crusade. Woods great Peppermint cure for children s hacking cough. Dairyman fined obstructed inspector top the City Council in Tho police court this morning before or. G. S. Goldie s-m., Fred Berriman was charged with having on june la obstructed Eugene Kirwan assistant health inspector an inspector under the pure foods act of 1908 inthe discharge 0f his duties. He pleaded not guilty. Or. A. F. Edwards appeared for the prosecution and or. W. P. Blackmore Tor the defendant. Eugene Kirwan assistant health in Spector and an inspector under the pure foods act of 1908, deposed that he knew the defendant who was registered As a milk Vendor in broken Hill. On june la in company with or. Wallace chief health inspector he swathe defendant in Williams Lane. He was then leaving a customer s House with a can of milk. Or. Wallace tendered 6d. And asked for a Piat of milk. The defendant said wait a minute there is plenty in the he walked out of the Housa and to wards the cart. Witness followed the defendant and asked him for a jpint1 of milk. The defendant said wait till 1 come outland attempted to go in a House. He then seized the can and said i seize this As an in Spector under the pure foods tha defendant struggled and succeeded in tipping the can up and jamming witness s hand Between the Bandit and bucket in the struggle the whole of the milk was tipped out. The defend ant said during the struggle. Let it \ up or i will punch your Hose ? they took a Sample of n 9 0 Edna Cherry a 9 egyptian sneak. ? 8 Kindale 8 Ziza. M 8 Wernett Wotan Mudgee thrice regal 8 3 8 3 8 2 8 1 Cro Wrana. Tanya v. A King Tang lady Rowena g Cantrell. Ivan d or a Fanny Osman a la Bier. T 7 13 7 13 7 12 3.o-june Handicap 1j Miles. A Sun. Shrapnel a 8 8 Shine m 9 1 Nort Haban 8 i Prince double pop 8 3 Rama co 9 0 Felicitas. 7 8 Pabilta a. 8 la Edgehill 7 i Rudyard. A 8 ago trials Handicap g furlongs. Alon Elg 9 10 Edna Cherry 7 12 Kildonan a 9 5 glittering thetis. 8 12 Star. A " 7 �2 Stradbroke 8 8 eni Arrol -. 7 12 Charlemont 8 1 Bose of Seal 7 10 Calamus. 8 0 Seal Al. " 7 10 Nitana ""80 the Swain. 7 7 time sri. 7 13 Star Cap. Í7 7 egyptian sneak ". 7 12. 4.15-welter Handicap. \ mile. Same again 9 5 Early Edgehill 94 Flower -. 8 5 new Pride 9 1 Hereward �,8 o Mern Royal French 8 10 Quality. " 8 0 fools play j. 8 7 Votano. S 8 0 Kindale a 8 0 4.45-flying Handicap 6 furlongs. All Sunshine 9 9 Amoona h 7 8 state tax. 8 7 Hilda a Milly Anton 8 7 Hinkler a 7 8 Tara bligh8 0 Arbagi " a a 7.0 Apollo. Rec. 7 10. Men indie cup meeting v Prince Rooka s Wini. I. Cd a by a Jav the men indie cup gathering held on the River course on. Saturday was a successful one and probably the club got More. Broken Hill patrons because of the one Days racing than would have been the Case had there been a two Days fixture As was the Case last year,.All those who attended of saturday enjoyed the Rac ing. About 80 travelled on the special train from Here and probably another 10o went by car Over perhaps one. Of the roughest roads in the District. The attendance totalled about 500. Or. Fred j. Prichard the Secretary was an energetic Man and he had everything in working order and for the convenience of the patrons. Or. C. W. Maiden carried out the starting in a satisfactory manner while or. T. J. Mitchell who made his Bow to this District 12 months ago at Menin die said Good Bye to that place on saturday. A the feature of the Day s racing was the Success of Prince Rooka for the second time in the. Men indie cup. The trophy on this occasion was a Gold cup valued at �100, donated by or. L. Crozier of Cut hero station and As is the Case in Many of such donations the hand that gave the cup was the hand that took it Back. The trophy will now take its place on the Crozier sideboard alongside. Many of the other trophies won by the station representatives. Punters wisely disregarded the form of Prince Rooka at the last broken Hill meeting and selected him As favorite for the event. He got the jump out and won Well although perhaps he was tiring a Little towards the end of the nine furlongs. Prince Rooka is a four year old by Duke Bounty and can be improved the proverbial ton. With be a proposition in one of the local cups. Had Prince Rooka missed a station owned Mare in Pabilta would have won the coveted trophy. The am anus Mare ran a Good race but was no class for the Winner. Double pop struggled on to run third but old shrapnel which was heavily supported found the Pace too hot he finished second to last and performed disappointingly for such a heavily supported candidate. owner expressed fears before the race that the track would be too hard for his candidate and perhaps this accounted for his poor showing. The track was in a fast state and this was. Demonstrated by the pm. Is. Established by. Mer Uthera in the Novice the pm. 14 2-5s. Put up by Timbrel in the trials and the pm 13 3-5s. Established by Hilda Hinkle in the j. D. Warren Handicap. Mer Uthera is a Handy gelding to have about a stable and it would nol be surprising to hear of further Vic tories Here. Mer Uthera with hit stablemates new Pride and shrapnel arrived on saturday night and Wil remain Over the cup carnival. The Are engaged on saturday next. At the request of or. R. C. Allison president of the men indie club mrs m. V. Crozier of Morara station handed to or. L. Crozier the Gold Eui and to c. Boom a Gold mounted Whit donated by or. Allison. Or. Crozie expressed Delight at the Success o Prince Rooka stating that the it was doubly pleasing because he a bred the Winner on the station. H hoped that he had not won his Las men indie cup. Jockey Boom Sai he had never Ridden a previous men die cup Winner but hoped that the whip would help him to urge Mot of his mounts on to Victory. Cheer were Given for the owner and rider. The trial stakes provided a Capit of ask several horses having a Chane half Way up the straight. Kidde vigorously by c. Oakey Timbrel to favorite forged ahead to win by a a length. Thetis was the in Lucic Mare of the race. She was a Lon Way Back at turn but Fie on the outside to run second. Hilda Hinkler won Well in the j. 1 Warren Handicap and was heavy backed by some of her connection who must have Given the ring a blog fortunately for the bookmakers to new Pride stable thought it is another Mer Uthera in the race a Good Money helped to break Dow the liabilities of the bag men i j must have been hard hit at the Eliot the Day s racing. Something Betti can be expected of both new Prid and Cave Lina at coming local meet Inga. Or. D. M Lennan of Manfred station was a pleased Man when Tanya won the Hack race. Or. M Lennan had Tanya in the Bracelet at the last West Darling rapes and it finished second. The form on saturday was promising and properly placed Tanya should win More races on local pop brought the meeting to a close by winning the. Welter Handicap from All Sunshine in the smart j time of pm. 42s. Both can be watched during the coming carnival particularly a Sunshine which will prob ably be served by lighter imposts than is now the Case. I or. Mitchell reported after the in Njong of the welter Handicap that he had suspended a. J. Niemann. Rider of All Sunshine from Riding in races for a period of three months for alleged interference to Early Flower football or. J. C Mitchell Secretary of the football league stated to Day Thal Corin of the West club was reported on saturday for abusive language and. Not obscene language a stated in the. Sporting Issue of the Miner on referee know kid out attacked1 during game played at Newcastle Newcastle monday. Referee t. Taylor because he ordered one of the players to leave the Field during a Reserve Grade Rugby league match Between Northern suburbs and Western suburbs on the Newcastle showground on saturday was struck a blow on the jaw and knocked out. The. Crowd rushed the Field and numerous fights broke ont but order was restored by the police after a wild ten minutes. Another referee a. Collins took charge of the game instead of Taylor and Northern suburbs won by 3s Points to 8. Golf or . Amateur champions her is won by e. L. Apperley _ Sydney monday. E. L. Apperley won the state Amateur Golf championship yesterday de Leatine a w. Hattersley .7 up and to play. It is his fifth win since 1912. Boxing / Peters defeats Goldo Sydney monday. I at the Sydney stadium on saturday night Johnny Peters 8.51 Defeated Yonne 3ildo 8.5 on Points in a to rounds contest. The verdict met with a mixed reception. Aitcheson beats Hughes a Fob featherweight to Elf. Sydney monday. At the Newcastle stadium on Satur Day night Joe Aitcheson won the state featherweight title when header treated Archie Hughes on Pointa Adelaide to broken Hill resumption to Day by the mount 3pjdg� the regular biweekly service of Eyre Peninsula airways Ltd. He tween Bro Ken Hill and Adelaide was resumed to Day by the even seater All Metal junkers plane. Mount wedge in charge of Captain Douglas Patrick Hadow m.c., formerly instructor to the mount Gambier Aero club. The plane left Adelaide this morning wit two passengers and an apprentice in. Ginger about 9.30 , and arrived Here about two and a half hours later after a splendid trip. Interviewed shortly after his arrival by a Miner reporter Captain Hadow said that it was the company s intention to work up the regular service Between Adelaide and broken Hill. The plane will leave Par afield on mondays at 9 . And Arriva Here Between 11.30 . And noon and return on tuesday mornings at 9 o clock. Another trip will be made from Adelaide at 9 a to. On fridays and the return. Trip to Adelaide at 9 . On saturdays. Eyre Peninsula airways Are also conducting mid week services to country parts of South Australia at 1 . On tues Days and thursdays the mount wedge piloted by Captain Hadow leaves for Cowell Eyre Peninsula about 140 Miles from Adelaide and returns in the afternoon of the same Day. On wednesdays it leaves for Iron Knob and Whyalla and returns the same after. Captain Hadow explained that the local service was held up on account of the machine being overhauled and a new Pilot being requisitioned. The company has now secured the services of a junkers expert or. K. Idler ground Engineer who will attend tothe All Metal plane which to claimed to be the first of its Type in Hadow who recently was selected to Fly the mount wedge a a Pilot of Long standing and 14 years service in the . Of interest to broken Hill residents is the fact that in England he gave instructions to flying officer. J. A. Mollison who pioneered the Eyre Peninsular service to broken Hill it is one of Lloyd s conditions when insuring that the Pilot of this Type of machine must have had 2000 flying hours to his credit. Captain Hadow easily qualified having been attached to the British Force in France Mesopotamia and Egypt. Among other districts he has. Seen extensive service in most difficult flying country in South America. He was attached to the Cairo Bagdad service at one stage of his career and claims in All to have flown 34 different types of machines. Recently he was doing commercial Aero work for Cap Tain h. Miller who flies the old Gold de Haviland Fokker monoplane and various other Type of machines. Captain Hadow stated that the mount wedge will take part in the Welcome to miss Amy Johnson who arrives in Adelaide on saturday. The company announces that there is a probability of extending the pre sent service to Sydney via broken Hill and Condobolin within the a ext few months. It also advises that the Winner of the recent Competition essay who will be entitled to a trip to Adelaide and return will be announced next Thi afternoon Pilot Hadow was engaged taking up passenger and he made several flights Over the City sir Daniel Levy speaker of the legislative Assembly will decide this week whether a by election will be held next month for the Lane Cove seat rendered vacant by the death of or. B. C. Walmsley or whether the vacancy will be filled at the general elections in november. Labor members say it is mandatory upon the speaker to Issue a writ for a by election at the Sarji Sefc possible moment
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