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Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 13, 1954, Armidale, New South Wales Dumaresq Lias approved a pm Ebythe lands department to lease vacant grown land at Hillgrove for proposal rehire that the fact that the land would he available for lease Sho Tild be widely advertised. A in a letter to the Council asking for its opinion of the scheme the department states hit Ithai leasing of the Arcas w#d4 relieve the a present chaotic conditions As regards Stock illegally straying on to the land and adjoining Public roads. Lease conditions would pro vide that if at any time the Council required the land for recreational purposes. The lease would be suspended arid the land resumed. he Jyh is bunt " Xvi Fooks said that it appeared a most satisfactory solution to a problem Thebas brie pref a dominant features. In the let Ting of Ritt Lesei put there have objected toth41an4itig a if psf Jee a ring the. Leased it is a a Giro. With this unused Lahd out there. In my opine do the Best feature is that it Adleita a other members exprhssb4 similar views and the meeting approved the plan on the motion of or. D. " j Diamond rings for Best Quality and value see a. Flett Fler i son jewellers Pliotis 324 optical notice a. Horner Fletcher hit Armidale Grafton tuesdays. Thursdays and % saturdays i 6 sum. Return ing mod., wad. And fri1 is Hale a Mac stjarre9 mondays and Friday " re turn to am. To Esdar wac be army Bali a apr Putin tue a diff Slid sat a port is Imam ? a we. _ " disks to Elf Forneri in a Midale. The books which feat ire Tures containing a Road safety message to Colour. The to a Fol wealth Oil refineries Ltd. Has made the books available and donated 354 prizes for the Best efforts by children to Dolour the Pic Tures. Children Between the Ages of so and 14 Are eligible to enter Ted Competition. Armidale . Agent i. R. J. Nyhan obtained the books for air Nidie Branch of the . Prizes which Are Given in each of three age groups 6-8, 9-11 and 12-14 years include bicycles radios wristlet did Fefe. Tennis racquets camera is acid Mecca no sets. The winning entry in the 12 to 14 age group in . Will Gleed with similar winning entries from other states arid the Best National entry chosen. The r child whose entry is placed first will be Given a Commonwealth bursary to the Valdef a i k for educational poses by . To or she will be flown with a Parent air Chaperon to can Berra where the bursary will be presented by the common contain full details of prizes arid How to writer the com petition May be obtained in Armidale from the Secretary of Armidale Branch of the Road safety Council or Rowley mks at Bruce Small Beady Street or f i ome 1 m Hardman s garage . Bridges spy. Ltd., and l. T. Dohn a Niagara Street. G raw materials the output of wive Het Tagis still restricted arid wholesalers. Arid retailers Are still receiving supplied lieder a Gupta Stem from the two manufacturers concerned. New England graziers Are affected by this restriction in supplies because of the time limit expiring on december 31 for the replacement of Boundary fences with 11 Inch mesh wire if they Are to secure the Benefit of shared �0�j3s. V this position was discussed Tri Efetus of the Are a Tsuglis Ghidale �1phiirs Protection Foard which had previously asked for a six months extend Sion of the period since if had been difficult to secure without very great delay and shearing fifth hotter Berfitt Ion Are How . The ohm Fht a my firm Fri tic add West delivered a if Fri a 1 of1 a a a a a if Efidean the Fhy re of this iffy Ahe wid. Est possible publicity had been Given to it. Tie to manufacturers were using one. Third of their f allocation or Taw materials to the 11 Inch mesh wire. After several directors had commented on the shortage of supplies available fro Rii " local i retailers or a. Ford Secre scary ,. Stated that an order placed a St year arrived last landholder was he Yang difficulty in getting guff Ciet labour during the Busy season and bad. Told him he would not he Able to erect the wire Fence until next few to Fri a i up f. Surrence of feeling ini4 fax Dir of 1uiw Petate of f new v England a in tile f f North Ernhart of the area Vii Iliff i. Teter Wright re f i porting of Friday to the 1 Kew England Council. Of i j the graziers. Association i i t on the Progress of the f j i movement f i til the Northern parts f f tit the state they Felt that i f they had Hod the Woest treatment of All from or. F i Cahill s labour govern 4 ment. F messes c f. Grills i i f. The a tinted states hold 45.5 per of the nation s Popula Tion. And mated with about 32 per cent in 4nstfalia. In Pwns from 25000 to 250,000 lit us Jig a per j Cert. Of the Urban population compared with Only 11 per Dent in Australia. Pilose who advocate the establishment of new states throughout the Commonwealth Tofali Otralia attribute them re balanced population pattern in America to the fact that she has Tor to eight. Safes. flush is centred in. Her _ ii dust Al Italy in said to afe a rom so. Fac that 7. A in i i 7 w11" i a 9ii tithe Farmers and graziers insurance. Agency company limited report athe. First catalogues of to 154/55 Ssofi were submit Ted in Sydney of " monday september 3. A Good volume of Competition was available a fief support coniing from Britain and the various Continental sections with Jap anese interests and local Mills providing distinctly useful assistance it in somewhat in its Tal to find local interests so Iii Uch to the fore at this Early juncture. However it became apparent fairly Early that buy ing orders in the hands of individual operators were not particularly extensive and oven on the opening Day it a was noticeable that bidding slackened Oft As the afternoon i progressed. Compared with closing rates of last season values declined in it per cent for Merino fleece wools with those of better style also lines j carrying appreciable Burr showing the greater amount of depreciation. Skirting on the i other hand ruled up to 5 per cent lower but values for crossbred and comebacks were maintained. On tuesday while Competition was some what better distributed there was a further depreciation of i up to 24 per cent in the Case of Merino while comebacks j and crossbred remained firm on wednesday the Market showed no change from the previous Day apart from a de i cime ranging from 24/5 per cent in the Case of broader and Burly to pest both fleece Wool and skirting. Despite the lower trend of values so far revealed that be Lief is generally held that the season s prospects Are based on be sound statistical Posi Tion. While the estimate so far As the Commonwealth is concerned provides for a slight production increase there Are indications that if this is borne out there Are prospects of. A corresponding increase in world consumption. Our Sale took place on thursday 2nd instant whence submitted Ovet 4,000 Bales j consisting largely of Good top j making descriptions together j with some average spinners j for the most part the clips were medium Quality fair to i Good length acid showed More particularly in the Case of those froth the Western areas i a Good Dahl of dust. Compe Titlow at our Sale continued of similar juices to i those prevailing earlier in the week. If anything Mote individual " operators Partick t rated in the bidding possibly the result of the generally lower level of a hires How pre i mailing. Britain the various Continental sections Aad Japan provided the a a bulk of the syp Pohl values for practice Alry All i idea of the Fino fleece were Yth altered by com Parison with those prevailing on ,. Tithe Case of a food Quality Merino Inhofe especially j those Shoah a Hayy Burr con tent Al skin tags showed heavy a Der Vallies showed in a regularity Suad Tett ded easier one Notich Bie feature was that i frequently the bidding for top lines of clips was disappointing and prices realised for them were somewhat out of proportion. This feature can be. Ascribed to the fact that the activity of Ideal Mills i which wag pronounced f a tire 1 on the opening Day was considerably curtailed. A Strong demand continued in respect i of comebacks and crossbred values for which remained firm. The jew lines of lambs a Kvool available met with a a particularly strong1 inquiry. Our top Price namely 10841, was 6 Bales aaa account blvd Tia. To ast. Go Moree. An a rage spam tiers Wool of Fino higher technical education at diploma and University courses for those with the necessary qualifications. A a Board allowance for those who Are required to live away from Home to accept apprenticeship. F sick pay after completion x f six months service. G superannuation free travel by train to work and technical classes and when on annual holidays h paid annual leave. You Are eligible to apply for the aforementioned positions if Vou will be i5 years of age As at31st january 1955, and not More than 17 years of age As at 1st december 1954, but applications will be received from youths whose age will to not More than 18 years on 31/1/55 if they hold the leaving certificate in English mathematics i mathematics in physics and one other matriculation subject or if they will be sitting for Ali e 1954 leaving certificate examination in the above subjects. An honours pass in the combined. Subjects of physics and chemistry will be accepted in life of a pass in physic for holders of the leaving certificate. A applicants arc required to undertake an educational examination and those selected for apprenticeship a medical examination. Full details of Entrance qualifications etc., Are Given itt. The Pamp fiet which will be supplied with the application forms a nimble Frorup the personnel officer 509 Pitt Street opposite Central railway station Sydney Telephone a 7863tit Iii the Case of Newcastle applicants fro the employment office Tyrrell House Telford Street Newcastle either by personal application or Post. ,. Receipt of application will close with the personnel officer on tuesday 28th september 1954, and the educational examination will be held in Sydney and Newcastle during week commencing 11th october. W. A. Ande son Secretary for railways. .1 i l i i a in a. A person s mental Speed 01 the ability to think quickly increases up to the age of 2t or 28. Then it very slowly declines through the years

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