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Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Braidwood, New South Wales V solicitor Braidwood. Offices Wallace Street. Phone 107. Wool Market easier. Strong statistical position Wonc Combe Cason Ltd., report a a Dight reduction has been experienced in values for Wool on world markets and tops overseas.1 the Price of average 64 s Merino tops in Bradford which had reached i62d, per m., Nas receded to ism 1 All grades of tops have shown a relatively similar decline and the new York futures top mar Ket has also shown a decrease. The easing is considered to caused w the difficulty of effecting new by mess in manufactures at the advanced figures prevailing since mid May. Machinery however continues Well occupied on old transactions and the shortage in raw materials continues As i base of strength for Wool values. Great Britain furnishes an example of that position. In the British Isles production and Trade in tops yarns and fabrics has expanded and has continued to increase during recent months. As far Back As last. February the stocks of Wool on band were 14 per Cev lower Tjian on. September 30. 1949. Admittedly declining business in Mill products Ould result in Wool stocks increasing there is no sign yet of that changed situation but the goods now being turned out Are made from lower costing Wool than can bought to Day. A ability of Mill owners to continuously finance raw material at the Fig ures prevailing since toe new year has been a notable feature of this sea Eon. A Long period elapses Between the time when Wool is bought and paid for and the Date on which Mill products Are delivered and payment secured for them. Manufacturers meantime Are called upon to find the Money for transport Coss overseas and treat event expenses in converting the sheep s Staple into tops yams and fabrics. experience shows they have Bee Able to do so. The possibility of an alteration in Australia monetary Exchange rates is a cause of some concern to would purchasers of Australia s Wool and other Export commodities and. In addition importers of goods to this Coli try a change should not have any effect on the world parity of Pri Ces Tor the sheep s Staple buts its sults May seen in values in terms of australian currency. Discussions an alteration will occur and the Gree the change if any. That , is ,.e government question Ani must kept strictly confidential by those concerned in order to avoid t risk of speculators invading the monetary Field. As a result of the introduction of blends of synthetic fibres with Wool the Trade concerned with the. Recovery and distribution of Wool secured from clothing clippings etc., is meeting difficulties. Wool and Cotton rags were relatively easy to handle by destroying the Cotton without tee procedure having ill effect on the Wool. The artificial fibres have proved More troublesome to treat. It is estimated that prior to the War the Quantity of reclaimed Wool handled was equivalent to 30 per cent to 40 per cent of the world s average annual clip. That output has not been achieved since the wa1-. Maybe the use of Wool and synthetic Fibre blends will prevent a recovery to the 1938 level. offer our next Sydney catalogue on tuesday june 27. Moon s phases june. Last Quarter 7th new Moon 16th Wret Quarter 23rd pull. Moon 30th the i Patch for the cause that lacks assistance for the wrong that needs resistance for the future in the distance. And the Good that can do. Friday june 23. Braidwood show the attendance to saturday s meet ing of the committee was the smallest for some considerable time the a being Only a Bare quorum present when the business was commenced almost ii Alf an hour late. The Secretary was not in attendance or. Harold Roberts act ing in ills Stead. Members present were messes. R. T. Hassall president Les. Callan h. Mcgrath Les Chapman c. Dun Shea j. W. Bunn h. Hush Tim Kennedy Ken Bassingthwai Righte and d. Chapman. In connection with the beef cattle Section for next show deferred from last meeting or. Callan chief Stew Ard reported that the Section seemed quite in order and needed no Altera Tion. asked or. Mcgrath if could suggest anything. That gentle Man said possibly they could have a class pc Champion fat beast cow and Bullock in this Section. pointed out however that was a fat cattle exhibitor but added i May not showing again Auer discussion it was decided to include these classes in the Section Champion ribbons to awarded. On Liis feet quickly or. A Bunn said As a representative of the sheep and Wool growers the District s Premier Indusi a thought graziers might feel slighted if Champion ribbons were not also awarded in the sheep sections As Well. The president i think so too. I do not see Why the society could not add these championships for tooth cattle and . Surely could run to expense of four additional rib Bons aided. Finally or. Bunn moved that classes for Champion fat cow and fat Bullock and pen of three fat ewes and three fat Wethers included. said that As fa1. As the ribbon if or the three fax lambs was concerned would pre pared to donate this himself. The president thank you tout there is no need for you to do this. The society can stand tills surely. The motion was seconded by or. K. Bassingthwai Righte and carried. Included in tee correspondence was a letter from the Southern Highlands show societies Union announcing that the annual meeting of delegates would held at Goulburn on monday 3rd july. On the Agenda was a motion from Yass society suggesting that a rebate of part or tse entry fees granted to Hunters and Trotters. Messes. Hassad. And h. Roberts were appointed delegates. The. President said Braidwood i Graf asked this year to Start tie circuit of shows. Most of the societies did net like the idea of commencing Flie circuit at All. If Braidwood had to Start it it would mean that the show would have to held Early in february which would bad for the society. Well do what can to Secu a the same dates As this year said. It would definitely against our interests from a trotting Point of View if had to hold our show in february remarked or. Mcgrath. would not get any horses from Nowra Way or. Tim Kennedy nor from Bega or Moruya either. Nto Trace a letter was read from the . S. Dept. the non delivery of a postal article addressed to Tomrong. After a full inquiry the letter said no Trace of the article could found in the postal records. It transpired that a Cheque had been posted to or. Mcguire of Tomrong but it had not been received. Or. Roberts said the matter had been fixed up and a fresh Cheque sent. Two or three Days show the president said it had been in tended to discuss Liis matter at that Day s meeting but thought it would Cetter to defer Scogg iteration till the annual meeting. A matter of this magnitude could not decided at such a Small meeting As have to Day said. After a Brief discussion it was stood Over till the annual meet ing in july. us schedule the president said the Secretary had spoken to him regarding the Price of advertising in the schedule. The society had been charging �1 a Page and 10/ for half a Page which rates had been in existence for Many years with out change. New however the Cost of having tie schedule printed had in creased and the Secretary had Sugges Ted the advertising rate should viewed and increased to say 30/ a Page and 15/ for half Page. Tie Dele matter up at the meeting of the Union at Goulburn and ascertain what Char Ges other societies were making and whether there was a uniform fee. Society s overdraft the president said there was one matter would late members to think Over. Their overdraft. At the Hank was now �325, but when a few Bills were paid it would probably in the Vicinity or �400. I am of tiie opinion continued that As made such a Success of our three Days show this year if held another like it next year together with a Cou ple of functions might Able to wipe this debt off altogether. After a discussion with the Bank manager suggested that an overdraft of �750 would All that would Neces sary to carry us along. The manager of the Bank of . At braid Wootis said would assist us in every Way the finance committee s action in arranging for this overdraft was endorsed on the motion of messes. Dun Shea and Bunn. Or. Hassall said at one time they had a number. Of guarantors but was the Only one left now. One of tie old guarantors had asked to relieved of his responsibility and it was thought Tea ii that it would Only fair to relieve tie others As Well. It was decided to hold the annual meeting of the society on saturday 22nd july at which it was hoped to Sec a Good Roll up of subscribers. Before the meeting concluded or. Mcgrath referred to a matter that needed consideration. said did not favour spending any More Money than was absolutely necessary tout there was one thing Wimch concerned exhibitors greatly and if not attended to would inevitably result in loss of support. Last year had seen n trolling Ninn carrying buckets of water from the Lagoon some distance Way for his horse Miere being none Avail Able on the ground. If the society did not give exhibitors any More consideration than this it would lose quite a lot of support. have four tanks it St Ruthallen lie continued Wlinich f Jfe ii my ? u ? off a a ? Nom Hong Bros Braidwood agents. ? ? f pastoral ? Wolseley shearing Fly. A fear i Power Spray dips a gov Afi i up letters & Jetters egg ? ? i Grain silos go Llu go a i fire fighters. Jujj Orchard & farm Rtr-rj1 i Orchard sprayers a. ,. I fruit graders Susi ? ram implements. ?.- of chaff cutters 1 Dairy equipment i is ? ? v r ? f Power units t i Buzacott engines Upil ? i Petter enginesp5l. A i generating sets sol Wal i a i Elf citric motors to ? i farm pumpers ? j a pfc a try Gat on bold Mai i Nunan Spray plants of pjs i Skinner system gigs ? flooding systems is a windmills rom Home appliances \ in refer Geratz is 4a-Lj 1 water sets f t lighting plants i vacuum cleaners ? % Irons 8. Fans pest destr6yf.rt i Cyan Gas p3 i sheep dips ask la Fly pressings a Ftp. T Weed killers i sprays &. Dusts a. J Euza con Wou Euy my i 7l Market Street Sydney a 63 \ i of Eric v. Garbush Braidwood. For the chill of. Winter Good Quality Flannelette l on display for your inspection. In White Pink Blue and g teen. 28in. And 30in. Wide prices ? o a n 11 i Floral Flannelette in Green 36in. Wide. Suitable for children s Wear. Moderately priced at ? a a ? ? a i a \ i Good Strong striped Flette d suitable for pyjamas. Colours Blue Maroon and Silver Grey f Width 29i, a a 3/., 3/10,4/3, 4/7 a Pink edged baby flannel j suitable for All babies clothes 29in. Wide Price. 7 of i 1 y Ripple cloth Al now at hand. In Pink and Blue Only 36in. Wide ? r / i i Pink Floral la spun d Good Quality 36in. Wide. Price. C a r 0/0 Luj Vyella $ i in Good Quality now available in Blue and Pink. Wodtli i u 27in. Price ? 1 Al 7/1 while ? a i a j la i in a a a to i j y lath tvs Nishih in lyu1jl Al Fol i u u Jill i & co., read. Ujj la the store that keeps shopping a House. Wedding Evev Dellamay Gib a june Bride i saturday june 3, was Jipsen for the wedding of Beryl Joan Williams and Barry Kremer which took place at St. Bartholomew s Church Lama. The Bride is the eldest Ter of or. And mrs. S. H. Williams of wind Ellama and the bridegroom tie second of the late or. A. Kremer and of mrs. Kremer of the Bride had decorated j the Church in autumn toning. Rev. Nagle performed one ceremony and mrs. Larkham was organist. J escorted by tier father the Bride j looked charming in. A Beautiful gown of Ivory f Ench lace and tulle Over Ivory Satin. To bodice and sleeves were of 1 Are cemented and Are quite Good. The society can have these for the ground. A pipe could run from them at the sheep Pavilion to the cattle Gens and n tap placed at inc horses Falls or it tank if you like. Other show societies provided these things for exhibitors or. Mcgrath was thanked by the president for his generous offer. The former said there were Timber stands for the tanks As Well which they could. Linic also. Lace and tie full length tulle skirt which formed a Long train at the Back had inlets of tie lace. A full Lengli Einera dered tulle veil was Lent by her aunt mrs. M. Williams and the bridal bouquet was of White Lily of one Valley and tuberose. The Bride s two Sisters misses Merle Valerie Williams were bridesmaids with youngest sister Dawn As floor girl. The bridesmaids frocks were both alike being of ample Green lace Over taffeta with full skirts and tulle Floun cing. Dawn were a similar frock except that hers was of Pink lace Over taffeta. They All wore Matching tulle lists trimmed wit i Pink Flowers the bridesmaids carrying posies of Pink Sweet peas and tuberose while in her Basket the Flower girl carried Pink Sweet peas carnations and rosebuds. All of the frocks were made by the ? Bride s Mother. The bridegroom was attended by his Brothers or. Max Kremer being Best Man and or. John Kramer grooms Man. ? ninety guests were received after i wards at the win Desama Hall. Or and mrs. Krenner will make their j Home at que wind Ellama Road on. J their return from Sydney where Trie j honeymoon Vas spent. Tin Bride chose ? a Mustard coloured tailored suit with i Tan accessories for travelling. 4ffk Vita Mintkg 1 a of. Reveal that k 1 w undue Tobys Oats a majr is supremely Rich in a i vitamins a and of important tests by famous dietitians show that Only a wholesome natural Cereal like Uncle Toby s Oats can provide the vitamins Waluch Over refined modern food Slack. Uncle Toby s bats they Tell us is one of the Best bodied most easily digestible foods have pro Viding Mote Vitamin a than almost any other of our i Normal foods. It is also Rich in Vitamin a and body building minerals. What better guidance on breakfast food6 could you wish. Start serving Uncle Toby s Oats for breakfast tomorrow. No husks 1 no Grid 1 sold in packages never in bulk Uncle Tobys j Oats a Clifford love & co. Ltd. Sydney vfip4r Bung Endore Stock Market Donnelly and co., Bunger Ioris ire port a Good Yarding of Stock at their monthly Sale held at the Bung Endore trucking Yards on fuday june 16. The Market was firm for All classes and buyers were present from Sydney meat firms Campb in in in Oulu a. Braidwood3ueahbeyanr Scanfer Gunda Foo and local graziers fallow ing Are the prices realised a sheep a a. C. Masters 200 3d los 80/- h. J. Masters 19 Mer hog. 35/-, 59 Los. 54/1 d. P. Gordon 113 a a los 81/7, 100 do. 66/7, 108 a a 61/1, 30 do. 35/- a. M. Edmonds 2 jams 71/-, 14 E. 23/- w. H. Edmonds 24 W. 78/1 w. A. Gordon 119 E. 46/1 p. W. Hyles 92 W. 87/6 s h. Trevanion 65 jams 48/1, 65 E. 71/, 6 do. 40/-, 43 do. 27/- r. P. Edmonds 23 a. 58/-, 26 W. 89/1 p. Hardy 90 E. 82/7, 37 Hog gets 66/7, 20 in. W. 84/1, 97 do. 88/6 g. Cotter 217 W. 45/6 p. Mathews 87 m. 26/1 Lawless bros., 109 A. 40/1 Win Ter 149 W. 78/- l. J. Reardon 78 E. 47/- Bingley bros., 40 E. 48/-, & of ims 00/- n. A. Ravior Ai Nonog. 82/1, 12 a a 64/1 l. Crane 14 Jtb. 55/1 Mcinnes bros., 23 W. 89a Merigan pty., 20 Abrams 69/1 c. J. Taylor 30 W. 61/1, 45 E. 21/7 mrs. E. U. Donnelly 515 a a los 81/7, 100 do. 75/7. ?. Cattle a a t. L. P. Ruu Edge 11 blk. £29, 11 do. £28, 22 Vars. £14/12/-, 8 do. £12 l. May steer 2 blk. £27/6/-, 1 do. £22/1/- mrs. P. J. Moore 2 bks �27/6/-, 22 store her. Cows �16/2/6, 3 Vars. £9, 1 do. £13 Merigan a Tyr 5 cows �25/10/-, 1 do. £24, 1 Bull �27/15/-, 1 cow �12/16/-, 1 Var �23/5/-, 2 do. £14/ 10/- . Gordon 11 blk. £28/15/-, 10 do. £24/10/-, 11 do. £25 w. G. By Les 2 blk. £25/9/-, 4 cows �23/5/-, 1 Var. £21/11/-, 3 steers �16/16/-, 5 Vars. £13/17/6, 1 do. £12/10/-, 2 cows �17/2/6 k. Hardy 3 blk. £30/7/6, 2 cows �22/1, 1 do. £12/16/- p. W. Hyles s Waters �13/17/-, 1 cow �18/16/- p. G. Leahy. 18 store cows �18/10/-, 22 calves �11/ 7/6. C. Masters 2 Vars. £15/6/-, 1 blk �24/10/-, 6 Vars. £15 j. H. P. Gordon 14 cows and calves �17, 7 do. £18/7/6 m Galligan 32 calves �11/10/-, 1 Bull �11/10/- Lawless bros., 1 cow �12/10/-, 2 do. £8, 1 Bull �15 v. Mcdonald 3 cows and calves �22/15/-, 15 calves �12/10/-, 2 Olirs �13, 1 cow �9/10/- k. Darmody 1 steer �17, 2 Vars �14/10/-, 1 Heifer �14.10/-, 2 cows �16/1/-, 1 do. £15, 1 do. £9/10/-. Serrated tussock menace Terangle people perturbed a meeting convened by the Terangle District agricultural Bureau to con Sider the Best Means of controlling the noxious Weed known As serrated Tus sock decided to ask the Motet for Shire Council to write to All landowners Olio were neglecting to carry out some Means of controlling this Weed and ask them to take immediate action. Or. T. Darmody chairman of the Bureau who is a councillor of the Shire said in his opening . 11 arks that Many difficulties Confron Ter the so Council in its dealings Vith serrated tussock particularly in regards to finance. Apparently the Only effective Means of dealing with. This noxious Weed was the employment of a special a Cedis officer whose Sal Ary would approximately �550, with travelling and Ottier expenses t final amount would run into some thing like �1,000, added or. Darmody Liis was a Large amount for a single Council to Finuf. Or. Carl Tozer said it seemed hard to Realise that a weeds officer was necessary to compel two or three land owners to carry out some Means of control. After further discussion the meeting decided to write to the Mon Aro Shire Council As mentioned. It was also carried As a motion that the Monaro Shire Council take Steps to secure an allocation from the funds allowed to local governing bodies for the destruction of noxious Weed. A Cooma express a Handy hint turns Are such a common occur rence in the Kitchen that thais hint May help someone to get less Hurt. Scrape a raw potato with a knife until you get a Little Mound of pulp place Ems on a piece of clean Linen and put it Over the Burn. Change As soon As the pulp gets the least bit dry and you la find Aat it takes All the stingy out of ithe Burn and heals it in no time. Badly sunburned shoulders May also treated with this potato pulp. With most excellent results. I the Illawarra & South coast . Co., Ltd. I Steamer sailings stones in Nell Lucu. Kly to Sydney a a. Weekly All sailing particulars of a Pulca Tiou to local Jgmes. Local agents Nom Hong bros., Braidwood. Phone 56. B. Sproxton Neugen. Phone 9. Null Lgon. Phone City m4041. V. A. Postal address Bok 81co, , Sydney. V
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