Bathurst National Advocate in Bathurst, New-South-Wales
5 Jun 1944

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5 Jun 1944

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Bathurst National Advocate (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Bathurst, New South Wales 26/ pain in Advance will Purchase it daily copy in National advocate 1 or one year. Posted to any address outside Tho City of kit Hurst originality Thio aka tuck in a nuts hrs o j news and notes Fine week end weather with in. Exceptionally heavy Frost Dii Sii Icv morning. Eai Hurst dog racing will to resumed on saturday at Kennel a i Park. Entries close on next. In thurstans were to fully ii Bagutti on saturday Hist ? securing their no. Ration books. At the Bathurst Cour. House there considerable congas Tion and Many had to wait some time while others turned i inv a. Appointed after their patience ii acl been exhausted tie reason i-.,r tie delay was that the great a Jority preferred to secure the Bookal the court House and consequent the officials were in no Way to blame at the other two issuing Dej ols. B. Thurst South and the . Everything worked smoothly and of. Seditious by and there was no wait. And very1 Little delay. There should a packed How the masonic Hill Toni Elit when i Burt and Sullivan delightful opt. ? the yeomen of the guard will i presented by the up ils or us sis.1Mis College. It will be Well War in ?.eein-i. Too. Labor supporters Senc Nilly will i leased that or. Bob o Hallorn a. Won the Orange seat for labor to. Most surprising feature of the Elk. Tion was the support accorded t n country party by the wage earners of Orange. Why they should Sui port an anti labor candidate to the extent they did is most mystify ing to Linthurst labor supporters i the labor party won t look Allie their interests then it is 100 to 1 of that an opposing party will not. I i. About time that the Orange work ers woke up to themselves and sup ported the party to which they i lit by belong. Judging by the Little space a in the latest Liy ures in the state elec Tion by the metropolitan anti lao or papers it would Ai i ear As if they Hail been knocked speechless by the Over whelming Victory secured by the or. Bor party. There is not even a hint that the result will have any Elferi on the Powers Bill As was tie Case after both the Queensland and Soutsi australian state elections. An Effort is to be made do induce sir Ronald Cross the British High commissioner in Australia to open the Bathurst bed Cross race t Geneva Ball on june 16. Once again the members of. To tar services have proved Loyal to labor the service votes counted so far gov an overwhelming majority to tie official labor candidates roughly tin. Labor candidates have polled own 3 to Over the number of votes polled by any other party. A buc jumping display will a of the of the show in september. A suggest ice h a been made that a Billy on. Cerby o e held. Helie cd to have been strangled of his tie Eric William Ross. Armstrong. 15, son of or. And mrs. Thomas Strong of East Maitland. Was found dead Tig inst a Concrete mixer in the Tarro Shire Council s depot. To depot adjoins the boy s Home and it is thought that he might Haw been on the Concrete mixer and slip it when the bowl moved catching i tie in the handle which was 5 a 4ins. From the ground. La How factory officials were accused at last meeting of the six Houi Day committee of attempting u make a race out of government control at the factory with a View to having the establishment taken Ove by private interests after the War Lewis and his crowd Are doing thei damnedest to make government control a farce claimed or. A Rob son. He alleged that they had been instructed to do this by Influent a. Private concerns Price adjustments for milk in country areas of . Would or made shortly the prices commissioner i professor oops and said cd i arrangements had almost been con plated with tie department of Agri culture to Divide country areas into five zones and prices would be determined in accordance with conditions operating. Joan Fontaine the actress ulv once declared that Brian alien ? . The perfect husband divorced him to on the grounds of extreme Cru Elty one instance she quoted a that although she is allergic to Dun Alicine insisted on her visiting his desert ranch. As a result her Sci was swollen when she returned. It is reported that m Boc Kmart r. On horse events and 14 on local a i events have already fallen in wan the Lithgow Hospital greyhound h a ii a club s plan thai bookmakers sind my up fees must be paid a month in Advance. This provides for a full ring of horse und the plan is stated to be accept Able to the bookmakers Ofuani Gatior. As Well As the racing c-luo1. Its object primarily is to prevent Book makers from picking then Meem and avoiding to Liose when favo intr Are More Likely winners. Or e p. Drink. Has own returned As member for Ashburnham. A to putt member who dealt i Titus la with affairs of his Al for i. Or id ring commanded a Large 1sonal vote in his elections be ones Fie stated that he would work unceasingly for the development of us. Lachlan Valley by irrigation and l m Setu Emend. The Cranky no scheme and the Goola Gong irn Gati r a doct Are two developmental Woik that Are expected to be pushed h Trie returned member. A guardian. Prom one Plant 80 potatoes wore gathered on a plot Ai or. A. Hand. A farm. Lla Cothlin. This Suie brents nil records or comes Verv cams to doing so. Growers say that a yield of 40 potatoes to one Plant ? regarded As Hiah so thai lies the number is doubled the yield must b phenomenal usually when the single Plant return is so prolific the potatoes Are of a More or less useless v indifferent Quality but in this in stance 33 were Good table potato a and 37 seed Only 10 being the variety was Manhatten and tin crop which yielded Well throughout was grown on new red ground. Iuyra Argus a suggestion that the guilty Par to a divorce should not be allowed t. Remarry was described by Sydne. Clergymen As archaic and i constructive tie proposal was up. Forward by the Rcv. W. Gibbous of Newcastle As a drastic measure it compel a More fitting recognition of the marriage tie. The Rev. Gear Joe Cowie. Of Fuller on memory Pic by Teri in Church strongly opposed thu suggested ban. Divorce did not rail for penalization As it was Altos Ciuci wrong for people to continue Livin Oue Lher when they hated eacl1. Ither lie said. The Cowra guardian in effect agrees with the National advocate that the country party during tin recent election conducted a snipe1 Anc ? my Campaign. Says he journal country party publicity was Hnis int badly handled. Too much thus and space was spent in attacking labor and not enough on the .1 non plans and programme. Toe Nuch emphasis was placed on the rare cries of socialisation and Union nomination and too Little on How the would implement their vigor Ous programme of country develop ment and closer settlement labor advertising. On the other hand. Prat Licali ignored the country party a Scalt with lab in s past work in the Unerv it strict i and a Promise m would be continued. Psychologically this was much the better a Proa Cli to the electors. Another or ised by . was lira i is proved its inability to govern this statement Given out in All seriousness was utter a Bosh and the to tors realised it. Deselm. The in unrest the government Fol Ovied a modern to course and. On the whole governed satisfactorily. Loose Oli Tirol s ate ments like that do by ?.eli the country party or its Randi rates and published by Mutiri critics 2?3 1.iwuio to Strart. For my Bathurst Natl real a we Pinner Printine Pohli shlep co it Chambers Riis Ell Street re Piunt. Heroic nurse her last sacrifice Adelaide. Sunday. A nurse win heroically left her sick Ivl i or a Lila Ella 10� Mil la w victim is Qew i by try of Niin in Lily. 1 sister Honora Shane .34 natron As the to cult of her self Sacri Woof. The great Northern w.-,r , Ai Hawker was Siiteri from pleurisy when on May j . News came of the crash she got up fun journeyed Ion Miles by train to Copley where a prominent part in air endling injured and dying soldiers ? in in for l g hours without a Overak she com in ass suns or t1� o si2pm.c4 Rutur l0 has or hos Oita. A Mart a ? 0 As was Vitable a Rel Ajse. A Krupl in bed Blit Caine Woolf d on to is after at her funeral at Hawker up ilium cry on Friday tribute was a d to he courage and self ssi Crillie her efforts in the Rescue emf no re in Lar no incl lined. J k a Ratesi admiration so i or. Tippelt today. I think the recommendation made ? i 1 of Lccy son the nun sister Shane should Bawa it some recognition or ,�?z.,. A Roic i excellent Sug Slinn thief chased through City Sydney. Sumpty. To , i alleged pick pocket. of health building or Corner of Albert and Manciu. Sis. Thy a of i a Slaiter Olli a Trio High City streets vested a alter noon. An Allied merchant Seaman. Charts he dons. Uio had just come out of was boarding n Manly ferry n circular Quay when a Man bed a Wallet from his pocket Hodgers grappled with him but he escaped and ran from tie wharf jumping on a Tram with police in he alighted near the Board of health building which surrounded by police. Later a Man was charged it tin water police court with havin ? stolen a Wallet containing e9 s 15 years old boy batters woman to death Wellington sunday a Atory of How a 15 year old Maori killed his employer s wife was told at a inquest a Gisborne into the. Deaths of mrs. Lois Rosemund Mill 139 and the Maori. A fellow employee said that the a ? . We i nun ii ii i in claim and Calitri Stjes from mrs Hil enforcing Hie demand by seizing her Throat. When she told where the cart ride were lie partly strangled her with leather Bolt her head nut her lying under a bed in a us. .00111. George Mill a sheep Farmer. Said i. Knew no reason who ? Mani silo tilt have a trudge against his Wile the Coroner found death Way do to Shork following head injuries. He then found that Matu. Whose body was found two Days later in Gully committed suicide by shoot air. Himself a child welfare of Ficini said Matu was a persistent Absconder. But had shown no or Viott tendency to violence. Mill was a firs employer r. State wards and Lead been Success i Vit i entrusted to his care. Americans pushing ahead to Biak is. Airstrips ii Kom Stirr invest iwcnic1 Mikail to Kos american troops Are tightening their grip of Biak Island off dutch new Guinea. They Are extend ing their perimeter to the North of Bosanek and at the same time Are smashing the pockets of japanese snipers along the wooded ridges dominating the coast Road. Naval gunfire and bombing hit it Inin to loosen the japanese to d a a a rest of Trie american pen Metis. Rifi Een Fli thei bomber Madi a strafing and Boink i attack on i he american line at dusk on Fri Day. Tim americans shot Down a least seven by gunfire. Other Ameri ran troops have occupied two Small islands South of Bink. Own and in Endi Liere no opposition. Down the coast of new Guinea Ultra Linn force1 have met no Japan Ese Challenge since they landed on Kirkar Island North of mading. Karkar Island is an old Volcano Rio Inri from the sea. Eigle Miles of the a Outinen coast. Allied bombers destroyed a japanese i a Lipini ship during an attack or timor there were More raids on Utnik anti Rita ice Tan sets in the Carolines. To communion from general m 1. Arthur s stated. Over 1 00 Lau nest Rinani Itterl tit ? it in Nizic r ivc at Bialy my unit Ilian in Riculfi -. I ulv one Ollire i i i inem a err it or on . It is coming you won t believe it Bathurst will have it tomorrow West indies warriors arrive in Sydney ? of. ? j in was to a Litake Ali trek lands East i spies i Tkv. Sunday a Cuntin Cebu of i ulv. Trained Mill its from the nether in i. Vet i in Ilies has arrived in Australia. J Rcv arc partly permanent Ollief Ami partly men from the nether Giitl act islands Riiel have volunteered in Firlit a Hinst latian in the Pacific. The Pear heal will form the spearhead of the Force from free dutch territory which will Tulit for the liberation of the k. a Misc. Younger generation favors big scale plans present War efficiency wanted in peacetime so Nev similar the Way Young people today arc thinking about the future was discussed this afternoon by tie Lnti Mirin sir Kon Alil Cross he was spa ainu at the Centenary Cele to ration of the va1ca. Sir Ronalt Aid it looked As Thoi Irh the efficiency of eve cry Laranch of the War Effort Hail impressed itself deeply on he nation ? this Eili Cienci coupled with science would lie their test of All Public affairs in times of peace. Vegetable men move against Black Market Sydney sunday a member of he new fruit shopkeepers association Nunno unread last Niht that retail Urchen Yrne ers Anil vet Etab e rowers in new Hail derided to eliminate Blackmar Keers by Lippi Viii the Public with Vecel Ahles it the lowest pos Ilc Cost. A inoperative Sci ctr of retailers to be it up to yith a cooperative Mani Ati Oit of umpers the scheme will v put into operation As soon a the Treasury Grants permission to raise the Neoe Arv capital. The scheme will Virili ill eliminate the middler Nan j state labor Congress opening next saturday Syd nov. Sign la a . I Arjia int ii Arv labor i Aru will Mari nil i ring Lav i for Jirim to a Lori minis or after which the Premier or. Mykell will select Lii c Al Iii i. On sat inlay next the Premier will lie i i to sent Al the opening the annual Inife retire of the australian part in High will Sii on thai Ilav Tinl at the tra Icv Hall 14 injured in Road smash three soldiers seriously Hurt sad nov. Similar when two Mili Laid trucks Colli Deil on the pc Riih mail near i Clenond it an i Cru Hnit Thi snort Sinif. Of ther 35 men in one Truro l were in Ureil ? three. Verv seriously. The Only mania the other to Mac was lie i River Anil he to i was Vitinu la in Iurna. Until i Ruck were Miia hed. Kir Littion amhulan.-, took the 14 men i the Kaai in Suhaj if Hinol. New state Cabinet nig Joh 1 of my. . Sydney with the a so for tin of i Mon of minister ? to state c Iai Iii a Ciuris o the number of members Wiio i. Nominate. When Tho i Lalk holds i on Wodium Sudaj Lor the la i or Altos. Uie re ? Job for the i. or. Mckerl will begin. Tie of port Tolias Neil is Tate a by the citation of nov mini Sirius a Housum Ami Coli it i ratio a is Likely to be made difficult of Tiv inclusion o. Ai least three new ministers. In political envies it is Rumore unit both messes. Und Deley. Chiet a c Reury and Viivi Evatt ale in dancer of defeat As Mai frs. New Powers Bill Sui 1 Oij Tki by teachers Fini a Tox Sydney Itu Ivy the teacher feel artilion at in monthly Cornier Mie Otina pesto relay Deci Doci to stip por he Federal Pink cars Bill. Ill decided to inform tin prim1 minister of Liiv and Urc him include educate int As one of Trio r Points of tin Rifle control seen As Benefit to Farmers Sydney. Tow of firearms ill to Thalia part ii Olai in pea Rifle has resin Teil in an increase of Bird life. The has proven of Benefit to Farmers. While time Birds were enemies of lie Farmer other helped by their de a firtion of rubs and Obei . Mau pie bad increased in number mid some sheep Farmers hold that this a Laruel contrib cited to Chr by Erinc fill. Blow Fly pest. Referendum Date tip s Anterra. it i i Wrath Lielie Ved Here that on he ? Iti estion of u i v t in Wailer Leisi Stative pow or in the Commonwealth parliament will he held late in August or Early in ? september. Ration scheme defended senator Ream s statement i ukr a. Minda i inn uan it.-Ri Tali relax Ilion ill i Ili Iii be Iii timid Derla Rcd the minister or i Raile and ? Keane tonight. I also to to a that Earh would till by Worth half a i Init Mil three roup ii could be Lor aril four weekly period. Ii dior Kealie declared Ilia a Lujeti to had been in i the him mini eau s Uio i slice Lul is. Because to the Iii Ier Zaihi Iii am .pt-Raiiuii Unrur ? it by the us Lii and trades. Kaiioiiilii1 a More than i Nattini Kitce in ii a a weapon to . I lie Iligir i i a i in main Tain m i suitable i Tii Binion i a in Tisil in Short Supply and in nine cases to Miner civilian de mands us that Australia i mild meet her Lii Aii is to her allies. Turn i Hunt Ralton Iii ii had been in simile to .1 ? Liua ii Notri tonal standards in his roution no australian had yet Gnu Lii Myrv and ? a like to it a. whether there a am Runmin the world better Oil a far a food no denied. The Oik Rhanie for the to a Ratimir Inu veal on monday a a in re Peci to Butler. This i reviewed ill Tun month. A Provini cd by Chr Aci Iitto prime mini Ier or. Lode. I senator Keane said there liitle Chance thai the a thin Tio Ilion Rhanie for the better until the War a Over the actual to j present Chi Iii he described .1, a div ? but with the no Enyim no the second a Fri in would be needed there Nidd i. A. I ? i of .1 Emmi relaxation .,1 in cloth Gnu Rales Braue if the Vei Nic ent a Bilin of Imerti Timi to Utilie. It a urn , at a ,1 la. A a Ann Nuosce the Dan ? which clothing would ext birr. A Coupon could i bed min Tinoi my. The Dat. ? Lii i ii c ? Mil be available Iii us wild be announced Laii a in Chr ? Thi Ini Ulii be Virton veal. And the j mar of him Pant a a. Travel cull. I Mich details will Mark the pairing and Keane. War Inot will discuss i j lion made by the National health Vinci medical res Rattli Council thai 1 co ii it Init a tin lore s j incl sol Rinei son leave should receive Thi in fond a Ion Lirou a military Channi is. As butter is in Shorter Surpli the ment has asked the scr Vir 1 whether a d Jui inv Tecl to Urr Krecl ,1 a. Ii a individual rations in 1 so d Dij it .0 Mem 1 ? in ? Blac Market menace j i Iii Mil iia1kman \ i l Ai k Tell ?. I in. Iii Riviau 1 tie , i a ? Jit ill a ii Marci i . Thai ii Tiu a Kraii Iii Ollie Leople. Ftp ii j in Els it la Lull i animal in tit Cun inept Iii had been Over i . Of ii it u ? a a 1 in household be. Nune 111.111 ? i Ali ill Luxter. 2j. 5110,000. I lie be Iii i Imi aimed at 111 tin cd of meat a uu.1- inn. .11. J. With proper Iii Tiet Ati ii. Tai Imus to Steved. Without Union thoe i Griir i uan Titie if produce would have Lieen Liege. But Tlisov had been i ened to Weic i he were Ament la needed m j and Tor the be of the it vice. J a a italians. Alter tout ear. Of a. J ? till ranked with the Best Clad people ? ? the . Tho Imp admitted Ohio of a. I inti available were mini to Pic. War Tankard he said. J i odes mucked Black iu., v i Hilo. He an. Here i menace in he Cen tul prosecution of the wat. 1 if police their be to. Deal with Hen. Aid to private Industry i government i ski Art meet a Aniurka Suniti the Mem i developing plan to help private India sir to Witch Over to Peac Lime when the we a end. I he v industries ? ii Sinai i Rimini up Mai h inert to help private i plan Ning i .11 to i the . Ain a Iii the coins ii Ion m firms which have problem of Man ii mar Tinl materials on completion no Levenie Emit act. Boxing won on . Sadm a. Sunday Tomim Ohns ? ?.iii1 knocked out Ait Soavi in the second round at the Sydney ? Liyim last Iii it. Maui a. Wins at n i it astir. Vawl sunday ? Itilla Han Nell Licati Ken Lilart her s a on Iii tits la i Nicht. Melbourne Hiu to \ i Hof pvt Sun n 1 ? lie Lilit m beat .15.fuller i 1 .1 in Pein Lill Walsh 9.5 of so tue Rill sin Laii f a i Points Iii Iii wrestling san St. a. . Lidnin l Isi nit lit. Eil Aikin joined 1 Dir i Over Tom in to. Fourth un.- of a in reitling match ? ? ? i7mi i i Iwilta a Imi to t a a i Iii in ii a i Iii Ivian a he a persil whiteness & is always Welcome ?11k-/-.xintv ? -. I1--if. A i i i i j Niue jii.l1i l in. I Ini i in i i cd ? a i r ii i a -4 f n r that m lid Toi i Ivy ii a. It a in ads. nits. I a Ivy Lort vat a a . Ai. A Fol . Blacklists More business firms i i ii ii in. m 1 s a a ? a i in one of the nations with i 1 1. Inns i i., Thi i ii t i in i Ilu air i i. I i Mil 1, nil Hill ii. Ium1i.i Illel i Ihl i. 1 will in 11 mull i. Mil my i. 1ii of Ithyll 1 ? 1. A 111 .1,.i i ii us of t ii 111 \ i tilt his i a a i 1, i it till. I ,1 1 i i ill ? m01011. Wit -1,11 ii in .1 do you want up to Date printing ? ii of tin National advocate 01 err Vii i Nnoli in in a a a a Snyr Al i i Iii i Iii i liars a. Weij k Kuk Viki a a i i a men s hockey i1 i. I n. It ?. Vav r ? i duty Uris ii -1 in. I ? ? a i i i i i 1 ? 1 .11 i ii ? 1 \ a1 i \. T 11mil. Ii i i u i 11 i i i if Iii Iii i of 1 \. ? a inic i it i in i. .1 of i ,.�?z. B in 11 \ i 1 1 ? 11. 1 it

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