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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Bathurst, New South Wales ? ? ? news Notis i summer weather at last after a succession or unusually cold nights. Splendid entries have been received i for the Orange races on saturday i next. J there will toe eight races at the Bathurst do meeting today. A Large attendance is certain. \ ? the electors throughout Australia Are continuing the process of Climon i Atung the representatives of the land lockers and the land grabber the country party. At the West aus Rallan state elections the Ultra tory ? party lost two members out of the 5 few they bad in the last parliament. \ it is a most striking fact that the greater a District is land locked the bigger the country party vote. How i Ever Tbs email banners hate Long since Wota of to the alleged coun \ try party for they have bad the bit Ter experience of realising that the k us land interests Are never Content ?. Until they push them off their hold ing. Around Bathurst for instance practically per cent of the Small formers would Sot stand a liar of the j it entry party under its present Day ?. Policy. Believe it or not but there Are Many residents of Bathurst and District Tilso Are under the impression that the rational advocate can do almost Eray Biag. However when a i reddest Irot with a request to a Telic or 4he Sydney manias Herald at Ter o Feo a a Mot birdies but la tvs Jig i pm to act. As Sig Futina assent foe Votante the Fiffis Nota Woof Iirth manages of \ of Tea Hiram would Fiat if a req fit Rae Matte to Suju slate . A ? locate to to Mccaty Kokura f or. Jamsa a Irr Man late to ? has. Interned Jato . Change 2fc i tote invitation of the Oranee of Taser ? to visit that Centie at tree artiest i ppm ease moment. /?.- a. Ta-owe5jrabnt la info me to at j it Vsev Hadst diff Scalt to estimate a a. As Tutt of Motiey expended in gov Durst of tace i last two to year As a result Vot sees i r8eijuoj3sof the two Meissen two r�?inountroi6sgg fimbre of distas a i Tiar inf enned that he la Ria he in. Iua Contention that More spa flt a Busti burst from tavern mental sources than Bas toe a expended Dur ing Tho past 25 years by anti Lubor cover Menis. We agree that the two member Are the Best two local representatives Ever to ? be elected for Baerst ,?.,.?./. ? / it. Is understood that far All efforts to induce Ald Tremain to re main in office for another year As mayor Bave failed it is now regarded As certain that Aid. Morse will fee elected unopposed at next meeting of Tea . Solar. There Aai teen no opposition announced for the position of Deputy mayor against mayor to Remata has worthily filled Cne position and note retirement will tse generally regretted. Aid Wal Clarice has performed such spec add services to the town and Bis term that he is a warns favorite for reelection at tonight meeting of the ,parke3 Council. Reports indicate that Aid. Clarke will toe. Unopposed. ? Tea Parkes Champion Post a coun try party Champion evidently ? can perform another loaves and fishes a to fort Ftp properly., organised there Are enough Load water men and will in the counts to Supply australian allies in the South Pacific and the United kingdom with monumental amounts of food. But it cannot be done under the existing system in-1 deed it is doubtful ii it can a done Fey government control at All Seringa As it May seem the party Wakefi the Post violently bar racked fbrk8ttbe last election made a Hope less is Solo & the War Effort during tote Fin three Yean of the War. The tree says area what they thought of my Jutes Edsa and co. At the polls Recesky Russio x find it very difficult to of crop Jay soft in evening frocks. Bot inf qty dont you let out the Tbs of tallow who said talk is cheap a ppr saw a big for a radio broadcast on a rational printers bit it Juia Ucan Bishop is burst Ett to be to Portland on tw�-2jay, Isab. Inst. To admin Atar in ,3��a Nant of Conflux aunt at me -. Is 5, ?ftks6mon a fat vhf Foi fi8s�tos�i. By a Ftp a a air jaw ? of hts to act Ilala Ith a of Tasir tier �608 Tody of us. Official saw a a on Law Vrh toners of or k Cai Niay a Jucs one to tic a Sisso ifiis8 it Taij was is Jcj etto the in Fol it list for cos ? we mtg is when ice Imado tag if Tou to Tost Bis it Eft a Wyto ? Csc get to it me stir a slur my Arm Felt numbed 1 thought i still Jed it a Soldier who took an awas to lunch at Manly pretended to be ill obtained the a Lars keys and broke into her hat and stole clothing was sentenced to 12 months gaol at the Sydney Quarter sessions. Be is Geof Frey Lwrence Callaghan 21. Cal Laban was awl from the army when Arre Stett and was Posig As a lieutenant. With a Bullet wound in the left Temple Shirley Parr 10of Pennant Hills Bead Carling Ford. Died half an hour after she was found by her Mother in the laundry of their borne calibre Rifle was found nearby police were told that the girl had an with her Mother shortly before the tragedy. She was missed 4&r about & Quarter of an Bour and Tob her Mother Beard put a f com is from the laundry she forced the door Felch ,1ms, locked. Here is the latest Snake Story from ear,33ubt� -30stc8fobdent with a grim Wuting to others not to attempt the of cow Sung Erous method of Kuung a smteh4t is too dangerous or. R Nievar of aug Rale Elong Bas King of the Tust jct. Already uus season he Bas i ate bed about he a dozen on his Ifni pfc party. This week be rendered al Graniti View at thet sheep dipping yrs dam a Nelsh Bor when he saw what to to tube piece of Tope Lyte go. Tea ground. It turned out to of of . He topic the up Tatj w tiie Tail and. Swinging it Imam tit let cracked it Iuo a Bigi and talked it. Snakes Are More go i volts if use pub. District this spa Etc for a cafe fetus Pnat. I Sidiq not War al a jul jts ,.-. S0bvey.6. Be made can Bemba Friday it was announced today that the position of annexes end other War plants is toe big surveyed to see How their conver Sion to peace uses can Best be under taken. The government Bas reached no decision yet on the proposal that ii should retain modified control of them after the War. The investigation is being made by the postwar reconstruction committee Ami the secondary industries com Mittee. ? there is no intention of allowing factories now on War work to revert to luxuries production at present al though Many of them Are ready to return to their prewar production. About �130,000,000 of the taxpayers Money is invested in government an nexis and other undertakings and therefore government use of these plans is expected. Senior ministers believe that this can be achieved Byl harmonising government and private programmes in the postwar conversion period. Adelaide clothing factory Conte Ixer to replace gabled owner Sydney Friday acting under rational Security regulations the minister for Supply or. Beasley Bas appointed a controller of the Ash Ford Cit a offi�42cinp&ny Adelaide the own Offish is Jess swing a five years Saor term for having contravened the prices regulations. A. Beasley said the appointment had been made to ensure the fight Jinjr services and the civilian com in Unity would not suffer a possible toss of the big output of the factory. Which Bas about 180 employees and produces 103,000 garments a year or. Beasley said the factory was Sot being taken Over by the govern Frost it would1 still be run As a Busi Nega toed �50 who Oreece aged j0jtoney, Friday at a specially constituted court ? of Petty sessions set Sib in Sydney to Deal with breaches of Cswain wealth regulations a Syd i Fetcher. Sohrt in Ruby of my pleaded guilty to five charges of Selling. Meat above the fixed prices. Edwin Frederick White trading As White hosiery company. William ., Sydney was fined �50 for having at tempted to Export prohibited goods. Examination of the parcels snowed of worn a . Densley for the defence said it was a Case of either Makl nit the surcharges or going out of business it Ere is no fixation of orces at Yuetlon sales. The Man who actually gets off is the Mazier. For this year alone my client has lost More than �800. Mrs Densley declared. ? amt Atkinson. So. Fined Murphy co on each of the five charges. Track Driver Lucky escape Juner Friday when c. Bowen backed a truck on to the end of an embankment. At bet hungry railway duplication this morning the soil save away and the Vercle rolled 75 feet Down the embankment Bowen was thrown out As the truck rolled Over and suffered Shock and injury to e. Knee. Big drop in Coal loss Stone. Friday Coal loss this week from mine stoppages in new was Only 5009 tons compared with 18,050 tons last week. It is one of the Best weeks from the Point of Freedom from disputes for month months. Three collieries Stanford main no. 3, Steelworks and Bloomfield Oart by. Were Idle today Coal loss being about 2000 tons. Itt Iemma a re cajun is a is Sumn Mut associated Tom test grows Tho Ora seas or. Cirth s1ratbgy switch to full offensive 0 Short Cut to Victory Canberra Friday. I of night or. Curtin issued a state ment on his conference with general Macarthur. The prime minister said Australia War Effort was now enter no a new phase. The defensive Tage Bas been passed and the initiative bad been taken from the enemy. The front has moved Forward from the Owen Stanley ranges to the North Ern part of new Guinea. The position of advanced aerodrome has enabled the bomber and fighter to leap Frog on wards to a similar extent. Rabaul which is a focal Point for the whole of the activities for the South West and South Pacific areas had now become a precarious naval and air base which the enemy uses Only at great risk. Or. Curtin said the government recent decision to re balance the Man Power used to Australia War Effort was Bawd on the change from defend Ive to offensive strategy. General Macarthur has sex Prev be a Bis agreement with the general principles Laid to fowl by the government. They dealt mainly with the strength of the army Navy sad air Force Ami with Home from activities such As munitions production transport works projects and food production. The took into account not Only the needs of the australian forces but Ahn those of the american services civil population and food commitments to the people of Briatta. Or. Curtin said there was not a More difficult or delicate operation in the War than the passing of a nation from the defensive to offensive. The regrouping involved meant tremendous adjustments Over the entire National Economy. He said general Macarthur attitude was in keeping with the warm co operation and understanding that have always characterised his re lations with the australian govern ment. Or. Curtin to said 1 Bave again gratitude of the people and government of Australia for the great service he is rendering. 1 have assured him that Australia War Effort whatever change May take place by the process of re adjustment would be the maximum i which the nation is capable. Or. Curtin also referred to the com Munique issued jointly by president Roosevelt a Generalissimo Chaing Kai Shek and or. Churchill after the Cairo conference. Or. Curtin said the three great leaders have expressed their re solve to Brin unrelenting pressure against to Brit brutal enemies by sea and and air. They pledged themselves in harm ony with those great United nations in War with Japan who continue to persevere in serious and prolonged operations for the procurement of the unconditional surrender of Japan. Or. Curtin said his discussion with general Macarthur had particular longed operations they were Condi reference to the phrase mentioning pro Tio cd by the joint realisation that the Pacific must largely await upon events in Europe. He concluded the Cairo declaration tells the australian people quite clearly that there ii no Short Cut to Victory in the Pacific Canadian Pressman return to Sydney Sydney Friday the Canadian 1 press delegation which has been touring Austraha returned today to Sydney. It members messes. Ford Richardson and pare in about a month travelled 10,000 Miles by air and visited every state. The Leader or. Horde made u striking Cemment. He said that in spite of the sue of our far Effort we australians lacked Confidence in our selves and future. But he believed that Iri View or what we had achieved we would have a most important voice in the peace conference. Control of weeds Melbourne. Friday experiments carried out by american Andriy technicians have brought an important new development in Australia in the control of weeds by spraying them with chemicals. Food control authorities announced today that the experimental stage in Ami control by this method had been passed Ond that the Commonwealth was now sponsoring the first Commer Cial order for chemical Weed control and was hopeful that manufacture of Nis chemical would be undertaken Here shortly. Sequel to hotel fracas Sydney Friday a fracas at a City hotel yesterday in which three men were injured resulted in Andres bar Prietos 24a coloured Seaman being remanded until december 17, at the Central court today on �80 Ball. He was charged with having Malu Clousy wounded George Stephen old Ham John Clyde crates and Sidney Prescott 18 was alleged that the men were wounded when they went to the assistance of a woman. Cabbages of a pensioners Sydney Friday about 500 old Uge pensioners were among the people to Benefit from the distribution in the Ersk Neville District today of 2000 cab Bages and 2030 lbs of Benns Given to brisk Neville Council by army stores. ? troop ship hit twice . Besieged Ware from general by Aarthur Headquarters Many hundreds of japanese troops Are reported to have been drowned when Liberator on patrol North of Bahul Sank a 10,000 enemy transport in Convoy. The ship was bit twice with heavy bombs burst into flames and rank while being abandoned. A Large Tanker in the Convoy was set on fire and two do rovers were hit and badly damaged. Another Convoy North of Rabaul consisting of 10 to 12 ships was also attacked. Iri the Solomons. American marines killed More than 2000 Juannese in a Surprise hit and run raid below pm press Augusta Bay. In new Guinea Alistra Lan troops Are attacking Ware and have seized a Bridge across the Bon River. Liberators dropped 110 tons of bombs on weak and did treat dam age. Ten out of 40 Jap fighters which were intercepted were shot Down. Two liberators were lost. Yesterday communal Cine from general Macarthur Headquarters j stated a 1 Northwestern sector reconnaissance activity Only 1 northeastern sector new Ireland. Kit Olsn area our 1 Light reconnaissance units score direct hits on two enemy destroyers. 1 a Large Tanker which burst into i flames visible 50 Miles and a 100-tonloaded transport causing a heavy explosion and enveloping tire on the latter. The vessel was abandoned and Sank. New Britain. Bored Bay our escorted medium units dropped 54 tons of bombs on enemy barges and Shore installations causing numerous fires. Our night air patrols bombed two barges in rein Bay and installations 1 on Garove Island. New Guinea. Weak our heavy. Units with fighter escort bombed the i enemy main Supply sumps scattered j through the weak area with ill tons of explosives Camung Many huge ? fires visible 30 Miles and a thick pall ? of smoke rising thousands of feet. Ten of 40 enemy fighters Iri the air were shot Down and one other was probably destroyed. Two of our planes were shot Down.1 Ellgan Harbor our patrols strafed enemy surface Craft in the Harbor and installations on Rooke Island i Huon Peninsula our ground troops j Are attacking Ware. They have seized the Bridge across the song i River and advanced elements Are at tacking Zongora. Bougainville. Buka our fighter patrols Sank a Barge and coastal ves Sels at Chabai and mra fed installations along the coast to Kieta. Starting fires. Our heavy units bombed Popora at midday causing much damage. Empress Augusta Bay elements of our ground forces raided at night be Hind the enemy lines Southeast of Sorokina destroying quantities of artillery ammunition Small arms Anil other supplies and inflicting Sharp losses on enemy troops. Known dead tousled 200. Our escorted dive and torpedo bombers attacked mos Igetta and our medium units bombed enemy positions and supplies at a Wara Fca Horn tree top height destroy ing buildings and starting fires. Bulk Paisi our escorted torpedo and dive bombers a. Midday raided enemy positions with 44. Tons of bombs. Direct int. Were scored 011 five gun positions. I buildings and warehouses and an ammunition dump was destroyed. Fires wer e started. Our finite patrols strafed five barges and silenced a gun position at Tonolli Harbor and quack Sci Supply dumps at bailable Choiseul our medium units and Nighter patrols attacked troop concentrations and bivouac in the Choiseul Bay area. Fare welled ? .0. A a _ Australia c to . Sydney priday. A. Farewell Lun Cheon was Biven Lay to or to Alton Australia a i High commissioner to new zealand. The minister Lor external amirs tar Evam the minister for us a and supp lev or. Beasley hip. Master general senator Ashley Ai members of thu new parliament a. Or a pm. Or. Evatt Saki rellion shop be Wen the both do n.4ons Wou d a forever , by the word Anzac he recalled that in ii Early 90 sir George Gray thou i the distance separating Australia and new zealand would always prove a Barrier against More effective collaboration. Distance now was Only made in terms of hours. Or. Beasley us d he appointment of representatives to other countries were but the opening chapters in the government systematic plan for Joser co operation Between countries with common int tests. Record sales of bed Cross buttons Sydney organiser of today a rail Cross report record Alc from the 4000 Button and badges distributed throughout the state. Receipts totalled More than �9000 at the cd orc tonight. Six Baches valued at �10.0 each were a old. The society al of received two gifts of �1000. Printed and published by Maurice dines 223 Lambeert Street for the Bathurst National advocate Newt paper printing and up hushing co., at their Chambers i Woelz Street. A Thirft. Meat rationing minister attacks master butchers Melbourne. Friday the min ister for Trade and customs senator Keane. Said today certain people were trying to organise dissatisfaction with meat rationing hoping to. Their own self fish ends to prevent is introduction. 1 have been informed senator Keane said that an Adelaide Butch i is coercing his customers into sending a petition of protest the Butcher is too contemptible to Tell his customers the truth that the petition in fact is asking that Australia should shirk her responsibilities As a member of the United nations and should let Down the people of Britain. It is an insult to the Honor of out Brave fighting men have won for As senator Keane said final details o the rationing scheme would probably be announced on january 8. In Sydney some butchers Are hand ing to customers circular letters pro testing against rationing to be signed and sen to Federal members. Beef quota reduced Sydney the amount of beef which retail butchers in the county of Cumberland May buy from next Mon Day is again reduced to 40 per cent of their average weekly purchases in april. This also applies to Butcher within 14 Miles of the Newcastle pot office. The new controller of meat sup plies or. Shute Points out that al though the Cut represents a Iii or rom. Drop on the last quota Butcher May till buy up to 75 per com. Of their to Tal Overall purchases of meat during the ase period. The minister for health or. said today that a careful Check was Cinn Maine to Stre that her err him fit for human consumption were not be officers of the health and Acri Cul inn mild to the Public ural department met today to Sec How i Rouill be done. Headmaster resigns one Day school strike Grafton Friday a strike which lasted one Day at Viool Oolga school ended this morning. Yesterday tie school was picketed by 10 men who persuaded the Only three children who attempted to go to school to return following a petition which contained 50 names the headmaster has handed in his resignation. Post Wak Wumbs statement by state Premier Sydney. Friday preparation of the initial programme of Public works to be carried out in uie Early Post a a period was Well in hand said the Premier or Mckel today. The programme covered urgent Anil important works which it was consid ered desirable to undertake immediately the War ended. Proposals of a number of blk authorities were being ear Etulia considered the Premier printed out tin whole scope of work in these pi.1 War years would be coordinated in. To a scheme for submission the National works Council. Plans for undertaking urgent work after the War were now Arad Vance that the Council was contemplating approaching Public Anthor Stiim regarding works of a longer a be and nature added or. Mkt father of 7 a ? o ? 12 months for indecent assault Sydney. Friday a her of seven children. Abraham Joseph Hurt id. Was sentenced to 12 months imprison ment at Darling Hurst sessions today when he pleaded guilty to having committed an indecent assault on a nine years old girl. Three years gaol assault on wife Sydney. Friday dec Luduik that he considered the fact that accused had a degree of provocation arising from Domestic trouble. Or. Justice Street in the Centra criminal court today sentenced John Roger Pulham 36 1. A farm labourer to three years imprisonment for maliciously wounding his wife at Ragga. Medical evidence stated unit Pul Ham was below Avenue intelligence. Old age pensions report forr tick says Cabinet meeting Melbourne the mini Ier fur Soi Ial services senator ? Fra or said today that he and the min in Ter for repatriation or. Frost had lire pared a report for submission to Cabinet next tuesday on the question of the reduction in invalid and old car pensions consequent on the fall in the Rost of living. Uni students to do Rural. Work Sydney. Friday the Deputy director of manpower or. Bdl emm it said today that More than 300 University students mostly in reserved faculties had for Sorn tial Rural work during the forthcoming vacation. By research is constantly on the Lookout for new and better ways of serving the Petroleum needs 1 of the nation. 1 1 Atlantic Petroleum products Are b i consistently High in Quality. I Atlantic Union Oil co. Ltd. Wright Heaton & co., Ltd Atlantic Bathurst agent ? ? ? a ? Vii n 1. K o n s .-,1 s.?. 18 7 7 ? jul \ i old i Dakra Sherry i Bra i mar port ? Viva limn in each saturday nitwit at of ? we i m to Susion l Ezka al i when i by Mcwill Iani wines / Back Vav present Lor your i 1 i ii a Tkv Aiu a plea sure. Irvfl., rep the Liri in str a a. A be r Hilt. If you have a i \ i 1 appraised by a a. W. Jbm1 Censed auctioneers Stock and station agents

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