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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Bathurst, New South Wales Pm Moi i watches 1 Mou Brudi in a nutshell news and notes i or the third Mornini in succession an exception ally heavy was experienced in hath Ursi yesterday. A arly conditions were raw Ami ctr Eincle cold. 1 Herc will be no Dou racing Ai Ken nor soil Park Lith urls today the to Mil inc tiny will lie hell in Sai Urilov next. Don t forget to collect your new ration Luok either to Lav or tur Norrow. L he issuing hours Are froma. M. To 5 . The honks will he issued. Ill Linthurst at the court House Bathurst Hall Keppel Street and the Alai Hurst Smith Public school. When the anti labor press in Sydney expressed the View that the recent state election Vas the i quietest on record Many the country papers Parrot like lock up the same cry. As a matter last the opposition press had received such a Shock at the recent Federal elections that they had All the Light knocked out . Them and so to them it was not Only a Uii i election hut also a most disastrous one. However the people general la. Khouv la Iliev never bothered about election meet Sims there keep and watchful and Taicner let up for a Mouichi in their determination to return Lite Mckell government to office. They Jusi refused to allow themselves to be Mil led into a sense false or Euritt by the Aifiti press. J in is indeed pleasing to note that tin Foo Liall trouble Between group x and. The Oranne Ruuby league Lias been amicably settled. The Ora Niue Plav. Ers when they visit Bathurst on Sun Day week in guest the cup can lie Assi ired a Warin Welcome the nut shells Man can Tell . A eur the popular president the Orange . That president Brown Secretary Woolfe. And tither executive members the Bathurst , hear no hard declines and Are just As sorry As lie is that trouble occur red. Plainly speaking the miners Are not playing the came ill striking in protest against the butter ration in the absence or. Curtin. The miners should re member that when Totev Are not working it is Only the boys who Are fighting to save Australia who suffer. Further Liv their action the miners Are Only it Laving into the hands their life Long political enemies throughout a Ultra Joss i wish. Vou would t sing when you Are work Init Helper 1 was t working sir i was just singing save the Wellington times or. ? Gardner the official Handicap Pei and starter for the . Was miss ing from wednesdays race meeting at Wellington i has been giving the came a rest for a while due to i. Health. However it is to be hoped thai his familiar figure will be seen at the next meeting on the 14th inst. Two cases each containing four dozen ? bottles been. Fell from the Back a motor lorry at the Corner Argyle and George streets Sydney the other afternoon. The Driver pulled up quickly but when he returned Only a few Bro Ken bottles could be found and the Street was remainder the contents the cases Hall vanished into hip pockets and under Coats. When the Driver had gone dead marines hearing the Label Ballarat bitter appeared in nearby sired gutters. The death occurred in Lite Igor lius Pital this week at the age to years or. Lidwin Thomas Trevizu who had been a resident for the past 2s years lie is survived by three sons and two daughters messes Edwin and George lil Hiyi a and Maxwell North Sydney and. The misses Daphne and Lilva Lithgow. Born at Peel near Bathurst the late or. Trevitt went to Lithgow in 1916, where he has resided Ever since. Prior to going to Lithgow the late or. 1 re Vitt conducted a Blacksmith s business 111 Ltd Hurst and later went to . Where he took up wheat farming. Or. Trevitt was employed As a Blacksmith at the Waller Wang Colliery for Oyer 20 years and earned the respect All who knew h in. Or. In a r 1j ring labor looks like establishing a record majority Tor the Ashburnham electorate As the count ing Absentee and postal votes has increased his a Iorito to is50, while 600 remain to be counted says the Parkes Champion Post. These counts have considerably increased or. Dring s Lead. Postal votes to Date have brought him 130 votes As against 108 for or. Mccarron. To a Large extern or. Dring s support Lias been due to the close Contact he kept with his electorate Ami wic jut.�. Requests his constituents. During Nis term he spent practical la weekend ill Ashburnham and even during the Flection Campaign he kept i. Parliamentary correspondence up to 1 1 Working till about 3 . Every Day. Energy that kind certainly deserved its Reward. Allegations that he had been taking newspaper u Prit it is ii Xentri iliac gaol Vic for the purple acc Cpl racing bet. Ere made against mini Leich lev. Meat Carter. Vincent a. Chi inc in the police court Keight. Pleaded not guilty to charges us hav Ine left or secreted newspapers at Pett Ridge gaol on Mav 20 on the seat a motor Waggon for the purpose such newspapers being found a prisoners and having been in i y. Sion a pair boots suspected a ing stolen or unlawfully obtained. I Markwick dismissed both cases on the grounds that a Prima fact ? had not been made out Arthur ale Ander warder at pent Olge. Aid lie intercepted two prisoners heading from the direction Kie Ghelev a Inea Watt Iron scarch Iio one the prisoner he found three newspapers Pocket his tunic. Dogged stand by Jap snipers on Biak Island from Southwest Pacific i Headquarters Allied reinforcements arc Potier ing into Bias Island on the North coast new i ulna they will help Hie american Force fighting for the Island s three vital airfields All within in Mains Range the Philippines. Advanced american units Are still held up by snipers occupying Coni Sites in the lulls but Allied aircraft have been bombing and shoot ing up the enemy positions. On the Mainland British new Guinea the australians advancing Northwest beyond Padang arc now within 40 Miles Hamsa Bay. In the Solomons. American troops in the Empress Augusta Bay area on Bougainville have advanced seven Miles Southeast the Tor Ricina River. This is their first move beyond the beachhead since it was is tables Eccl there More than six months ago. To the North heavy bombers from the admiralty have attacked Trtek and other islands in the Carolines. Admiral Nimitz s planes have also struck the Carolines As Well us the Mars Falls and Wake Island. In the Northwest Pacific naval air Craft have bombed Shu Uisu Island in the Buriles group. Thev have made More than 70 attacks on this strip is ids running Northeast out in the Southwest a cd tic has i. Cell Lissus in tin. I. Don times Neir special correspondent at h in. He says the end is in sight lev Guinea and the Allied forces Are steadily edging West wards to strategic Points for Battles closer to Japan. Events the past two months have made it clearer than Ever that Gen eral Macarthur s plan is to take the shortest Cut to the Philippines and he save it is accepted by most Peop that lie will Lead the Allied thrust for the recovery those islands. The times correspondent emphasis that land operations in the Southwest Pacific for months past have been less a War combat than a War Supply and a pick construction an engineering rather Thun a military expedition. He said it would be interesting to see the application this Type warfare against stronger japanese opposition later on. He Points out that the japanese were Only beginning to build up hol landia when they were driven out it and the constructional work the Auto Hnyp since Bee doing there is amazing. The correspondent concluded by say. Ing that at the other end the new Guinea line stood Rabaul. A Monu ment to the Art encirclement in War. Rabaul is now dead and like every other base the japanese Ever had in i he islands Northeast Australia and for any future significant action in the Pacific it was necessary to look farther beyond in the direction Japan. In Northern Burma the capture Malnyk Liwang the japanese St Mig hold in the Mog Aung Valley has been described As one the most out standing the new Allied successes on the three Burma frants. The attack on my Itkina is being seeded up against stubborn resist Ance. The main drive is now trom the South along the Irrawaddy River but Progress has also been made from the North and West. Better weather has allowed Allied Almen to step up their pounding japanese communications. Pension for Young orphan Mother s it rank do London the four year old orphan son . Elizabey Tkv . Who last her life trying to Rescue an american airman from Bis burning bomber has been granted a pension by the British government the -.minister, for pensions sir Walter Walm Levi said he now considered himself As the child s Foster father. He considered it a privilege to care for the orphan such a Brave woman. American airmen at one Airfield in Britain have contributed �501 in less than one Day towards the boy education. Other american airmen lire organising similar recognition. Post War Industry plea for private Enterprise Melbourne. Friday the basis the Federal government s Post War planning should be a system co operation with private Enterprise said the chairman general motors hoi Densi Ltd., or. E. W. Holden. Today. He said there would be a tremendous spending urge after the War and o meet this a workable plan should be devised for the absorption labor spreading production and Purchas ing All types commodities. Consultation with private Enterprise an this plan would be a valuable contribution to stabilise the i Media e postwar Economy. It would also re Mit in problems being handled for the maximum Good. Private Enterprise lie added had provided about Ai per cent the nation s War factories and there was no doubt that in the postwar Era Pri vate Enterprise could provide gainful s employment or Manv thousands workers and sex servicemen. ? ? i milk Board priorities i Sydney Fricia tile milk Board Hariman . Watson i said today that More than 4 j00 application Foi nil. Priorities Hail been lodged with the Board. It would be at least a Wiek before All vendors knew which j i their customers were to have priorities. Pay for wounded soldiers i Eai. I a state . Secretary Sydney. Friday the state Secre tary the returned Soldier league league or. J. R. made a plea today for wounded soldiers to receive Lull pay. Until a wounded Soldier was Able to take part in the country s economic life he should exist on Lull army pay or the totally and permanently in capacitated repatriation rate �4 1g a week he said. Or Lewis was commenting on a re port Itiat Many wounded still in hospitals had been told that they would be discharged from the army and their service pay stopped. Instead army pay they would receive pensions win Chi might average �2 10 a week. An army spokesman said today that wounded or sick soldiers might be discharged after six months in Hospi Tal. Or. On the recommendation army medical authorities might be retained in Hospital Lor further treat ment As soldiers on full pay for an for six months. was . Ably done. they were still in Hospital at the end 12 months then the Rainy Hail no option out to discharge then. Sharks leave survivors alone i Indian Ocean torpedo attack Sydney. Friday Many Sharks 15 feet Long swam in and out a struggling mass survivors a ship torpedoed Rocc Nelv in the Indian Ocean Bill did not attack said major. Taylor in Sydney this week. He added that lie vessel Sank in seven minutes. 100 Allied piers Onnel and Crew i enly three were lost. They were kill 1 de when a torpedo struck the ship. Many were in the boats and on rafts for seven Days before being picked up by naval vessels and taken to Aden. ? i you would t believe it ii Bathurst has never had it and Bathurst wants it watch this space monday 7 food supplies h Raker cuts not Likely j Sydney Friday. A according to the australian minister for Commerce or. Scully it is not Likely that any More cuts will be made in civilian food supplies in the near future. Or. Scully said today that food production was now at a Low Point because Ordinary seasonal conditions. T some food reserves had fallen be cause supplies sent to Allied and australian servicemen and to Bri Tain. . Butter for Russia j the Leader the Liri ush food Mission to Australia and new Zea land or. Banks Amer i said that throughout the War Britain had not imported any butter from America the United states was reserving practically the entire exportable sur plus for Russia. Or. Amery said the Butler ration in Canada had been Cut trom half Pound to five ounces weekly so that a Winter Reserve could be built up. Canada could not therefore Export i any surplus butter at present. I he added that Britain had had to i considerably reduce the Supply o i butter to servicemen in order to i maintain the civilian ration two ounces a week. I new building Law ? a ? i Canberra. till Commonwealth Lias issued a new building regulation under which permits must ? obtained before renovations and constructional work costing More than -?25 in one year can be made. New potato scheme Canberra Fridev. A food con j i off Ireci and potato growers con i erred today or whether the com i Nomen Ltd would Norcert Rospo Sibil to for potatoes after they had Beer. I delivered at country sidings. I a scheme was worked out which he australian potato committee will rps Der soon and make Mccommon ions to the minister for agriculture. Manpower Law High court reserves decision Melbourne. Iii May tin High court Australia today judgment on the Validity the Man Power regulations which purport to authorise the direction civilians to private Enterprise. The Commonwealth is Aii pealing against the decision the new full court that 111. Regulations Wen invalid. Or. P. Phillips Junior counsel Lor the Commonwealth said it was in. Possible for legislature to define clearly in Advance theh it edit manpower control in use for the defence Australia. It might not be possible to release a person to do som Iliin direct connected with defence without pro Viding a substitute. Australia first cases inquiry it Luibli j Sydney. Friday an inquiry int the detention under National secur Ity regulations members the Australia first Ai ovum evil is expected to gunmen in Sydney on june lit. This was suggested by tiie Federal attorney general. Or. Evatt i today. Lie was replying to a statement by the Deputy Leader the opposition or. Harrison. Tile terms the inquiry have been submitted and will. L think guarantee thai tile scope the in Quiry shall be As wide As possible said or. Evatt. Shortage meat in City Sydney. Friday because a shortage supplies for killing Manv i butchers shops were closed today Anil \ some will be open for Only a few i hours tomorrow. J this Means that Sydney faces an acute beet and Mutton famine which i May last till next week. I heavy penalties j inflicted i charges against wine j grower i Sydney a riday All italian wine grower. Vittoro in Bortoli. Lii Bui. Via Yenda. Was sentenced to three months gaol and fined �350 in the. Special Federal court today for Selling wine above the maximum i Price and failing to keep proper j books. On each five counts j overcharging he was fined �50 and on the books lie was fined �100 Ami sentenced to imprisonment. He a also ordered to refund �381 to hotel keepers and a wine Saloon Licensee whom he had overcharged. The Crown alleged Llinat de nor Oli sold 484 Gallons wine o holi Cen Cees and a Aloon k per la in 1943 for �u2 j 11, where. S t lie Max. Price we �439 15 i. L t was stated that the purchasers paid in Cash and cheques to Leo Branca who acted As Bortoli s agent counsel for the defence stated that de Bortoli had not enough brains to i work the sell me Lor himself Ami had done nothing wrong until Branca came on the scene. ? i add ilk Ilia milk prices controlled Sydney Friday. A an order was issued today bringing milk sold it country areas new i Der Price control. The government has done this because Manv variations in prices. Reconstruction plan j Council want to assist ? Sydney the minister for Post avar it Chifley saw executive members o. The new local government association today. The deputation asked that the con Nio wealth should make greater use local governing o Odies in any re construction scheme after the War. Print Ltd mid published by Miu Irico critics. 2?3 i Suitbert sex eos. For the Bathurst not annal advocate news paper print let and publishing co. At their Chambers Ell atre. But urge. ? rationing commission new ration Book Issue today saturday and tomorrow sunday. W Liutti ? ? ? Lions the duties an show n Belli. Mini cd Picern a _ a ii. Ill in out in my it tween 9 . And p. In. Run i Quoit a in re saturday 3rd june Mil sunday. Till june. 1 j1. 1846%% to b a 1.1 1 thing ration Aid uni oud ration .uk Alvo. Any issuing outre each British subject civilian ii or liter ii r alien civilian holding an mini i Gist a i Lilii ate mum produce either in person i in an agent co civilian identity card Tili Icli slum tin Correct address or alien registration Fermi i Cate and 2 old ration Book. Sec to lot tillable in produce old Luck. Separate clothing card and food ration Book in Iota that the new Issue will consist Tif i clothing italian card Andi Himi ration took. Make sure you receive Bolli documents before Lent in issuing entre. A dilute real Lood Calion honks will lie issued a Black a for persons 9 years age and Over at it to . H red a or children under i and Veals and Oer at it it la c Ireen a kor children under a years Ace at i ii 4. Child mfr my lib Liuigi for a Stew to re lid Kool Ftp re British Subj Rrt Ltd 14 trait agr i for an alien child not Alini it it ratio Certitil air in Ute to by ataur by a Harriit i guardian who must it Oiler Cithie in 01 1-,i 411 Arutt i or chilian Tilv card or Alire Kris 1 1 i 1 it it i Lilii Kurt Parent or guardian b a the Rii Itil i uld Ita Lium Book. Ii Ait lit i air Saidian i declaration form intr a in Rry apr . Lir new ratio a cards and Lizuka i till Dorii Utieri h year Ace should la a will Rchrd a Parent or Chat Plant children. Wlm or this it a children in inti Lution Etc Lite air w Iutin Aid and Hook a be ubi Aird la the he a the Wiist Tulion Etc. Open pro Dut Ift the child old Kation Book. Babies a Tuum child for whom an Midi item Junr. 1943 Kation Hook a nut Hern obtain re or for whom a special red covered Kation Jim to with hid in to has been issued in is Uril by made innit us centres but the Parent or Tiara Matt hould Neppl to the srput die tier Katin iting fur the or a Kation card and Hook. Collection t by agent Pel tonal. At a a a ii i it. A Ink Rinir a said and now mat in a Iollar irl in a . A a act lit u 1 1 pm Durr Uii Lair Eizun in Eliom a or a he it at Liivik 1 i Ali Idri Mai m Alini Irr 2 old Kation he a . No form it a Ilion in a pm a tent 11 nor a Ai. The in Ilian i a la 11 1 i t Mil and the air Kation Aid and Ittel 111111 i list idol Liv the Ayr it u stir owner a 1 a Poh it. Collection by Post 1, ,., ill. Approach mitc . Tic ii Misc Itier than j Milan i oni i in or Rrt la unix a a Kiln a in Mimi my to attend per Natl an itt inc t Rittir and unable Tuart alive ? ? ? a oui Kulion Tel Ami a time a agent Yoo cum apply a not 1 i ? % ? ? ? ? be turning Mic or Foi a Oil knt Hiti Aid and Tuuk. Application must by mail up Tim a a lint in obtainable Post Oiler Slid the apply Calquitt most be arc Timpanard a 1 your i Linn id nitty caul 2 your old Luling Hook. you cannot produce your old ration Book no Rounot product your old Katuin Hook Voa must Complete a k01 111 Utai Nahler lib Tii t . Anil Pirn int this forum Romp Teil to the Itow lieu Tori Nairn a Petinu fur our urn Kation t Mil and him. no identity card change address you la or in t Aid or have kit it a us a a a a hair raft nitric Nui a a Dir Marr than a Tut Appl Immi Dix trl fur Anir to our Divia Unal up Daiil. And hate not a irl n i tit 111 in Kelt Nizie Tirri. Ifyu a ate a alien in a Eais relation thai Rio. A a a should iiunutli.iu-1 a obtain a 4te und 11 i Utill he i no alien Regist 1 Stion Poniti Lunn t film i 01i1.1 und Sun. Irate or hate lot a Iima you inuit Appl Lintn Diatel a Urgia Trrry Alire Cimi �.iili1 mfg in artiest a tier near vol i Olur station. Police station a to adder. Ifa Cort it new ration card and Hook can to Laincz you must produce your 1 civilian identity card years Aye or Over with up to Date address or alien he is ration certificate a registered alien and 2 old ration Hook or application form a i. Ism in Timi is lot Kattov Tooks \ 1 i 1 111 St is uni Misiun. J ? i Liris court Hall. I it. so with It. ? 1 1 1 1 1 u t j ? 1 i Uii lir is 1 1 u Rania 11.1 i Umic is i 1 unt ii i Uigh it a i. \ in i1 o i. I Liln school Kelso Public m . He. \ a iian ii. Ivs. I my or. i bin i Mir. Ap.,-. L k in a i. Sri tool Kim in acc or. W. It vet. M.ii-.,- v., it. As nov 111. A in i Council hat Public so. I s to. Politic Cli. Kins. Tain. Publicrh,.l Or in. 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K i 1 a i Public school. I. Cd i a so lips Visell n ? ? j it h k i la school Kel ii,.f is. I. ? ? n Ca. A a. Bur 1 ? ? l o i Etc ki.r i m i p a i a. Sutki . I Hiick i Lian ulc i Laioi,.\ ? ii Ai Public school i .-. i Aniio i a wal1 ,. Ii j Valr Public school wait. I Lai . S 1 ? j 11 a i. A is dipl Vasli . I i Vuk .t House Haun Aln i ubi c ,1 Kli-n ? ii t 1,1. Awn la Roupie Public school a Slobb a sri pm a an. I k. It acc or i Kent Iab i Oil h. I1 ii i Public so a i ? = Ckik sci1pi vision. Tki a Kkt Kiil a court Llou j h \ or ii i i set in. It Public. School a Mmott Llau. Lii iia i in he. Hlaiiki i a. I.nm-.k a pw,.,r Public ? ? i retailers Fine excess prices for razor in. A Dos Sydney Friday. A in the special r. court Teda 24 Atibur a i shopkeepers were fined for overcharge i razor Blades. Finos ranged from �2 to �10 with a total �10i for All. New bulgarian ministry German supporters elected London. a Cal inet h s been formed in Bulgaria. It it pro Gorman throughout and three the new ministers. Including the prime minister Are notorious Lor their nazi sympathies. Doyz u want. Up to Date printing ? ii so let i . National advocate i o i. Ync pilnt.- in Good Stylc at reasonable pliers circulars Totev cards bullheads. Menu card Ongert tie. I Eis Loti lib ..s. I Inheh. Tints he., Etc. Am. To it k excl Tki

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