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Broken Hill Barrier Daily Truth Newspaper Archives Aug 8 1953, Page 2

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Broken Hill Barrier Daily Truth (Newspaper) - August 8, 1953, Broken Hill, New South Wales Johnson s today Foj children s matinee 1.30 two technicolor shows 7 smoke Mley to me at the fair Ofui Tuii icks Ferial Buick Bradford sep. 3. I a. Parents note -. ? this program. I3 general exhibition 8 h o Wing. Tonight at 7.50final screening 1 meet me at the fair t. In glorious technicolor i starring Dan Dail by a Diana Lynn a so c \. At e actor s blood and of sin tarring Edvard a Robinson commence n g monday morning at 10.30 f i Pat Duggan Obert can on f 7 a it a Civ Vwg to w. Hamitt , pc Ico Kodeih j Metropole Hillside tonight a 7.50 ? tonight gun smoke in Coler by technicolor with audio Murphy a Sibisan Cabot two Dollar bettor with John Pitcl Marie Windsor a ? ?. Old time dance North mine Hall tuft ight a a r a tonight poor prize a double theatre ticket. Come along and enjoy you Ripelt admission a 3/-, including tax. Palais de Danse Friday August 14, 1953 Hospital ? Ball ? dancing 8 a 2, ,a Keenan s a orchestra of -8, l Jive special Attiq Clfon Belle of the. Bali a supper. Admission double ticket �1/1/- gents 12/6, la cries 1,0/6. ? r Mcmahon pres. Of Dale Secretary Gypsum St. Baptist sunday school 64th anniversary 9th,1 2th, 1 6th 3 . Mrs a e. Curi Dall 7 ., per. A e. Cundall3 pop. Jar ,-h.i Watkin so nth. 1 . Deaconess m. ? wednesday 12th, at 0 ., children s Tea. 7.3fl . Public meeting and prize giving. Speaker arrestor j. Mccormack. Pat r i Otic pma8 Street ctr Urcho August 12.mrs. A a. Rocking Grill open fair it 3 . Cake Competition for to is sponge chocolate sponge Date Orange. ? bailed ? fruit dozen assorted Smalls and Coffee cake Fiade Voth Bush cells. Labels to accompany entries. Entries close 1,30 pm. Musical program. Various ? ,stsus.,v afternoon Tea Gran concert at 8 . ? a dance n0nstop. I Best Tonitte Druid Slick jew Ruyts Apithi Bui Lorris los Bertram. ? k. Bowden my i let Crystal last night tonight of 7.50 the lulls came t with Tyrone. Power plus Smoky n Anno Baxter commencing monday night at 7.50 showing for one week Only the lat great Texas wept come Shellet Winters Scott Braw a . For general exhibition. Plus ? fear in the night with Paul Kelly Vav we Yves Vav a ? today v 1,30 tonight 7.45 and monday j my a Sliu in technicolor starring i Leslie Caron Mel Ferrer Jean Pierre Aumont plus action packed the thief of Venice with i Marie Montez Paul Christian matinee Only a further thrilling iepis6de of. 1 Roar of the commencing tuesday thrilling adventure in the swampland lure of the wilderness in technicolor amusements committee dance to be held at Little Topar dance Hall saturday August 8th, 1953. Good music a Home made supper 11 . And delicious grilled chops served at 2 . Roll up folks and make this a huge Success. Roll up and make this our usual Success. Dancing 8 . Till 4 . W. V. Dunbar Sec. Globe social club dance sunday 8 . Tramway Hall a Welcome. Good supper. Central mothers club Bug afternoon. Satur Day 2.30 ., at Central infants school. Afternoon Tea. All Welcome. Every saturday night ? Ken plights orchestra presenting an old and new program ? ? parents and school children 1. A pick up your school exercise Book and count the pages 2. A what did Tho Book Cost you ? 3. A right now compares our prices ruled exercise books 32 pages 7d. 56 pages Lod. 64 pages 1/3 96 pages 1/6 128 pages bound cover 2/9 192 pages bound cover 3/9 satisfied that s Why we claim we sell the. Cheapest exercise books in broken Hill at the Union stationery shop remember. A ? it the you in Union that counts i ? ? ? ? ? annual Blue and Gold fair a r tfiurs., aug. 20. Vou a equiv new masonic Hall Asjes Surv l3e a Pence Matron g. Vance work5, fancy produce cake sweets. Flower ? i ? afternoon Tea stalls ? ? ? ? 1 \ j today s football Oval souths y. Centrals memorial Oval norths v. Wests 2.45 . A a Grade j 1 .�? second eighteen admission 2/6 inc. Tax children 9d. Trespassers on ovals will to crosscut cd r. L. Bradbury Secretary. Suni Jay afternoon a memorial Oval something out of the Ordinary dogs poultry & football buffs v mule a Hill a 2 o clock Newmarket v. Southern Cross 3.30 same As usual one donation Only the broken Hill fruit Market 123 oxide Street a Sam Schinella proprietor. A truck arriving this morning with plenty of fruit and vegetable and to be sold at the cheapest Price. Large cauliflower 2 9. Large cabbage 2/8, carrots 1/4 Bunch. Turnips 1/ Bunch. Parsnips 1/4 Bunch Beans 7.1 la. Peas 210 la. Celery 2/ stick. Tomatoes 2/ la. Jonathan apples 1/ la and 27/ a Case. Plenty of strawberries. Coconuts Cucumber. Silver City poultry and Kennel club in conjunction with sunday morning football association two big matches Bird winners from Sydney Melbourne Ade Laide. ? Champion dogs of All Breeds. Birds must be benched 8.45 . Dogs by 1 2.30 . Presbyterian congregational sunday school anniversary services St. Andrew s ? Lane Street 11 . And 7 . A the cantata under Bethlehem s Star will be presented by the children of the senior school. 3 . A kindergarten demonstration $ St. Peter s Jubilee fair thursday August 13, new masonic Hall. To be opened by mrs. R. Pitman Hooper at 2.30 . Cakes produce needlework Flowers sweets and afternoon Tea. Cake Competition boiled fruit blow away sponge Orange chocolate assorted Small cakes. Three entries required in each Section to to handed in by 1 . For judging. City Council employees Mutual assistance fund special adjourned annual meeting town Hall saturday morning aug. 8, 1953 important business. Members absent without written excuse fined in accordance with rules. J. Brackett president. E. Bryant Hon. Secretary dance a dance North football Hall every sunday 8.30 everybody Welcome an n Ual fair South girls club. 2.30 ., saturday August 15, at club Hall cake Competition boiled fruit cake Orange cake chocolate cake and sponge. Entries close 1.30 . Sharp. Town Hall thursday August 20, 1953 philharmonic society 1934-1953 second concert in 1953 series associate artists Leslie Dutton baritone of Adelaide Mary Nemet violinist of Melbourne june and Claire Mclennan vocal duet subscribers preferential Box plan opens at Middle ton s on tuesday August 11, at 9.15 ., and Ordinary Box plan on monday auf Eust 17 no phone bookings. William Brady l. Rankin conductor Hon. Secretary. Wanted to rent required urgently House to rent for Lino operator apply manager Barrier daily to tui neat Complete Home suit couple. Particulars half Cash truth office. I ? ? wanted to buy by anted. A corrugated. Iron five feet or ten feet fair condition. Apply reasonable truth office. By need a Block of land for Home builder North or Central. B. J. Car Ion 212 Patton Street wanted to buy diamonds for spot Cash. Jack Mcintyre r. I a not of scr. _ Exchange buildings upstairs phone 018, Barrier 0aiy Tutti a ? ? to a saturday August 8, 1953 liberals dilemma from Toic to time representatives of big business and the liberals toll us that labor s socialisation objects arc bad Medicine. ? we arc told that private Enterprise is the thing that anything run by a ? a a operate at a loss Etc. But now it has been stated that one of the reasons Why the Federal government is going to sell the common wealth shipping line is be cause it could ultimately drive the private companies out of business on the australian coast this makes the argument for private Enterprise -0lva bit sick especially As the line is declared to make a profit. It is stated that ministers Are divided on when the Sale should take place soon or after the next Federal elec tion. Those favouring an Early Sale contend that if labor wins the election Tho government would have lost its Chance to Avert this threat the threat that is of running private companies out of business. Yes it is quite Clear a Jolly old private Enterprise cannot be allowed to fail even if it Means higher freight charges which no doubt will be easier to Levy if there is none of that com petition that is lauded on other More suitable occasions. But those favouring a Sale after the next election fear that the labor party would make such an Issue of the Sale if conducted beforehand that labor would win. A pare buy Dicj a. J to Gamble on defeating i Laboris the Sale does not go i through. However we can assure them that that is a forlorn Hope. The Sale is being negotiated a a Sale of National assets a and labor can be relied upon to make an Issue of the matter whether or not the Sale has actually been effected. And there will be a lot More to add to this sell out of the shying line. There Are other notable sell oils also a , Cor for in stance not to mention Glen Davis and the shares of Pri vate Banks. The record of the Federal Liberal government s term of office is Little More than one sell out after another to the moneyed interests that paid for the propaganda to install it in Power. The liberals of course will be battling hard be tween this and next year s election to Calm the people s anger to allay their fears and suspicions but australians owe it to themselves not to again be deceived by false promises or to be softened in their attitude by such obvious devices As taxation rebates for it is significant that they Are now Only looming just before an election instead of when promised three years ago. Public notices 4th Barrier Wolf cub pack would cubs going on hike please note that leaving time has been changed from 12 to 11 o clock a Akela hotel dining room now open All meals a All shifts. Commencing monday August 10th a Crubbs Cut. Mrs. Manly manageress. Crown hotel dining room now o p in casual meals and mine workers catered for cribs Cut under the manage ment of t. Squire and b. Dickenson. Laubman & pank broken Hily a or. D. Jessop optometrist will be in broken Hill from wednesday 12th August till Friday 21st August. ? appointments May be made at a Laubman 8c pank Argent Street a phone 202 los t Jost a one rolex pocket watch week end be tween Quin Long and broken Hill Steward 241 iodide St. Jost. A Argent Street thursday afternoon toddler s White shoe. Re Ward. Simpson common wealth Bank. A Jost. A Bali iof ladies ? Chrome wristlet watch Rew a 481 arge it Street. Istven s w continues to pulverize prices ? 15/11 i slips saw to w. 5/1 1 19/6 full slips so to ? ? 11/6 gorgeous Gussis trim med with Black lace 8/3 Kayser silk and Wool panties. So to w ? 5/11 46/6 Winter silk nights so to of 29/11 15 denier nylons mediums. 5/1 1 49/6 Jersey frocks saw to w25/ 55/ Tweed skirts saw so w ? 35/ 45/ Button to neck cardigans saw to of 25/ 59/6 matrons Cardi Gans w to los 45/ �6/6/ ladies toppers saw to w. 69/6 heavy brushed Cardi Gans ? 39/6 monstrous Manchester bargains . Pillow cases while Pillow cases. 3/11 striped Linen Tea towels girls Fleecy panties. ? ? ? 3/6 19/6 Golden Ray girls cel. Pyjamas. 12/6 7/6 Golden Ray panties ? ? 4/11 5/11 Golden Ray briefs 3/11 group of nights ind pyjamas kiddies 1 to 3 years 15/ clearance 500 yes i f i. ? /. Winter Woollen dress fabrics 17/6 cd. See you today at Pirn s

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