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Broken Hill Barrier Miner (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Broken Hill, New South Wales Public notices the broken Hill and District Hospital i Christmas cheer Appeal donations a Cash or kind Are solicited for the purpose of brighten ing the lot of the inmates during the coming festive season. Toys for the children who May be patients will be particularly appreciated. Geo. Gough Secretary and business . John ambulance i brigade broken Hill division tic embers Are reminded of an Ita Nual inspection full dress by the District superintendent tomorrow december 5. Assemble Headquarters 2.30 . I Sharp t w. M. K. Pearce acting superintendent notice returns of insurance premiums required from persons Etc., insuring with any insurance co. Not registered in new South Wales pursuant to Tho fire brigades act 1909-1927. All persons Linns companies and associations being owners trustees or agents for any goods or property within the Sydney fire District and every other fire District in the state of now South Wales to which the fire brigades act 1909-1927, has been applied in respect of which premiums Are paid to at insurance company not registered in the state Are hereby Iio tilled that they Are required to end to the Board of fire commissioners of new South Wales returns showing the amount of such premiums paid by them in respect of the said property to such insurance companies during the year 1043. The time appointed for the receipt of the returns i s on or before january is 1911 subject to a penalty not exceeding Jil per Day for every Day of default Aro required Only of the proportion of the premiums properly chargeable in respect of Tho j fire risk during the time such property was in any fire District under Tho a Aid order of the Board of fire commissioners of new South Wales h. M. Web Secretary j 213 Castlereagh Street Sydney. I. ? notice returns of insurance premiums required from insurance companies. Pursuant to the fire brigades act 1909-1927. All insurance companies As defined by the above act ure hereby notified that they Are required to Send to the Board of Klee commissioners of new South Wales returns showing the total amount of the premiums received by or due to such companies i in respect of risks against fire during the year ending december 31, 1943, i within the Sydney fire District and every other fire District in the state of new South Wales to which the fire brigades act 1009-1927, applies less any part of such premiums act fully paid by Way of reinsurance to any Ollier insurance companies contributing under the said act. The time appointed for receipt of the returns is on or before january 31, 1044 subject to a penalty not exceed ing Elvo pounds for every Day of default. Forms upon which to make Tho required returns May be obtained from Tho undersigned by order of the Board of fire commissioners of now South Wales it m. Webb Secretary 213 Castlereagh Street Sydney. Be will quote you prices for com l Pleto houses of furniture and effects if wishing to sell. Furniture also traded in at 251 oxide Street. Suites of furniture for All rooms at 251 oxide Street tables. Kitchen cabinets. Ice chests. Glass Ware Etc. Old Gold and diamonds bought k or pull Cash allowance on Purchase of other ton s. Jewellers s. C. Ward & co. Members Stock Exchange Ade Laide Alexandria chamber 25 Grenfell Street. Adelaide. All orders receive prompt a i Tendon. Commission business Only. Agents to London and i a mining centres in the j common wealth. I White & Hosier j 8. C. Ward & co s. Latest Metal and share operations posted Dally approved Stock financed. Law. Union & Rock insurance co. Ltd. Founded 1806 All classes of fire and Accident insurance substantial deductions for fibrous plaster and plaster linings on Wood. And Iron buildings. Local agent Malcolm c. Arthur " ��63 Argent Street outstanding in Workman ship arb our Rangs of Kitchen cabinets inspect now a Stan Newton s phone 64. Oxide Street e. V. C. Rowe m. I. O., optometrist and optician sight testing repairs and adjustments appointments c. P. Peoples chemist phone 326. 823 Argent St. How to protect your clothing again it Moths and woollens Fen Blanket carpets the things most difficult to replace Are feeding grounds for Moth grubs or larvae. The Moth itself does no harm but the grubs or larvae that Hutch out from the eggs can do irreparable damage. Wash ing or dry cleaning kills Moth eggs. Prevention is Best. At regular intervals take All stored Woollen Wool Rayon and Wool Cotton gannets. Etc. Into the open air. Shake and Brush thoroughly especially under lapels and collars. Clean cupboards chests of drawers using vacuum cleaner where possible. Silverfish feed on Rayon starched Linen and Catt a. Books prints and pictures Are common feeding grounds. Clean bookshelves backs of pictures and stored papers at intervals. Hew the make bait cards bait cards my he purchased or May lie made at Home. Boil 3 pints of thin flour amt water paste add 4 07. Sugar i m. Salt 1 of. Sodium flu silicate. Apply hot la Liollio sides of cardboard then dry. Place in infested places. Thin bait is poisonous to humans. Mend and make do the save buying new i do ill yen can to make your dollies furnishing and fabrics inst. Many cannot by replaced und others Are in Short Supply Bei Mise labour materials and machinery Are needed for providing the fighting forces Willi their More vital needs. Jar organization Nous try Sturt a mend and Maal a Hook and paste this in in. Make sure of your copy of the Miner by asking your newsagent to deliver it daily Kay Why suffer from headaches pain sleeplessness and Ner viness when there is ready Relief at hand in Aspro tablets. Aspro is the proved Way to banish pain and headaches. To bring Sweet sleep to the sleepless and to soothe away irritability and nerve a j Ness. Try Aspro today two or three a pro a tablets will banish your headache in a few minutes and a if you can t sleep a couple of Aspro tablets taken of a bed time will work a wonderful change. Aspro Witt a a not fail you. So keep a packet of Aspro tablets Ort hand and be ready for any emergency. Printed and published by Allan Colin Reid Hay 863 oxide Street broken Hill for news Ltd. At the office of the company. Sulphide and Blende streets broken Hill. Farrier Ritter j saturday december 4, 1943. Three Power talks ecu thu barrel i tue Allied talks on future strategy is the conferences which is either taking place now or has just been cont Lueit be tween Churchill Roosevelt and Stalin. Reports Are still guarded on these proceedings. For instance while it was pleasantly surprising to find the chinese Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek was included in the Cairo talks it is just As puzzling to Lind his name dropped from All men Tion of the present conferences. As next door neighbor to Stalin it is surprising that the chinese Leader is not Given More prominence. All that has been said officially of the conference with Stalin indicates that it was preoccupied with plan Ning a death blow to the German army. Such a conference comes not a moment too soon. Stalin s armies still hold their own All along the rus Sian front but recent desperate Cour Ter attacks by the germans met with considerable Success enough to liven a jaded Anny. The germans have their backs to the Wall in Russia but the Jit Vruir Success might Lead to others if the russians Are not Given support. The russians Are apparently Strong enough to hold them even to inflict crushing. Defeats but the margin is not Large enough to ensure the absolute destruction of Germany on the russian front. That this is the Best hold in which to press for the defeat of the nazis seems absolutely certain. Another Factor which makes the time Ripe for a heavier pressure on the russian front is the destruction of Tho greater part of Berlin capital of the g Erinn ii Empire and one of its greatest Industrial centres at least it was from the latest messages i concerning the thursday night raid it seems that Berlin is without water i Gas or Light. The great City has reached a Zero in destruction it is a Nemesis and one hint was richly i deserved. Still this is no time for moralising and the defeat of the germans will not be brought about merely by smashing capital cities. It is a conjunction of such bombing raids and military Field tactics on a larger and More crushing scale that Witt bring ibis about fortunately All the hints on Tho Progress of the three Power conference show that this necessity is realised and that the allies will strengthen Russia s armies in order to help her carry out her major role la the task. Round the shows shouts at Tivoli the Tivoli theatre resumed screen ing again today and a interesting programme of shorts newsreels Fea i lunettes and cartoons will be repeated tonight. The latest Paramount and i Fox newsreels will be screened the programme is both entertaining and i educational. Thu merry makers the merry makers the Harold Raymond concert party will give their final show at Tho Crystal Thea tre tonight. This is a return trip which has been made As the party proved such a big Success a few weeks ago. The shows have been attracting Biff crowds. All proceeds go to the Brighton Home for Blind deaf and dumb children. Besides or Raymond the Blind violinist Thero Are a num ber of entertainers in the troupe All of whom Aro expert and provide plenty of entertainment. There arc Clever singers dancers a ventriloquist a contortionist and a number of variety entertainers it is a Breezy show and thoroughly entertaining. Miners federation officers re elected . H. Wells general president and or. G. W. S. Grant general Secretary of the miners federation have been re elected to those positions for the thirds time. The result of the ballot announced last night was general . Wells 9321 j. Logan 3753 j. Jamieson 3529 cd a Lezark 840 giving Wells an absolute majority of 1200. General . W. S. Grant 10,911 d. Davies 6611 majority of 4300 for Grant. Wells won in every District except Western new South Wales Grant won in every District. Broken Hill figures were Wells 1272 Logan 921 Jamieson 208 a Lezark. 107 Grant 1386 Davies. 1127._ apples in . " fed to pigs most people in Perth Are unable to buy apples under 7il. Lb., Large quantities of apples have been fed to pigs and horses or Burnt or buried. This position was ascertained by a visit of press representatives to the Hills near Perth where owners of mixed Orchards Are working under what they claim to me most discouraging conditions. One grower who produced 7,000 cases of apples last year said that about half had been wasted. Another who has three sons in the army is fed up with the difficulties with which he has to contend in an Effort to keep his Orchard going. He said that although he could have Given away Large quantities of apples to people who could have made Good use of them he had had to feed them to pigs and horses. He could not give any away because of a definite prohibition by the Apple and Pear i Oard. Break up concert Tho North mine Hall was packed to capacity last night when the pupils of the . Peter s and Paul s Sisters of mercy Convent school North Bro Ken Hill presented their annual break up concert. Every item was Well received and reflected credit on the training and tuition Given by the Sisters. At the close of the concert the Bishop of Miltanna Forbes most Rev. T. M. Fox . Congratulated the children and Sisters on the Fine performance. He wished them All a Nappy and enjoyable Holiday Ana a merry Christmas. The following was the programme presented overture chorus to Are the Little fairy Folk physical exercises senior girls recitation Santa Claus Rod Drill senior girls play to Peep Junior girls dance recitation i d like to by four boys chorus god bless Australia recitation senior girls action song Mother s Little Maiden Junior chorus Tell me Little Breeze girls chorus Tho Tea tree boys Heads and heels children s song of Tho nativity adeste fideles god bless our Lovely morning the o accompanist a was mrs. J. Loy

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