Condobolin Lachlander And Condobolin And Western Districts Recorder in Condobolin, New-South-Wales
5 Jun 1944

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Condobolin Lachlander And Condobolin And Western Districts Recorder in Condobolin, New-South-Wales
5 Jun 1944

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Condobolin Lachlander and Condobolin and Western Districts Recorder (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Condobolin, New South Wales Isten in to to i file a Sis voice of Freedom presenting a weekly series of outstanding broadcasts the voice of Freedom says in fearless language what the people Are thinking. Don t miss a single broadcast. Make a note of the time and tune in every week. Australia s most challenging broadcast session / i forthcoming talks of outstanding interest 1 a May 19 a a a i government versus democracy 1 May state s the Boss 1 station 2gz, every Friday 9-45 p Bureau of National affairs Wingell House Sydney. " " sprains neuritis j Tan if j bruises sore Throat i it Dex swollen joints sports rub qui pain injuries cramp swollen glands rheumatic "77 twinges and Kindred ailments my. I Call for prompt treatment with pm b no staf Loelf j at All chemists 2/ put 1/j j in cases which do not yield a Shimm quickly to Codex treatment see a your doctor without delay. To flan s Canad Ian Pine crag i expectorant with tar a. Is a valuable remedy for colds coughs Bronchi Catarrh spasmodic croup Winter coughs and a diseases of the air passages. It quickly destroy the germs and releases the imprisoned phlegm. It i pleasant to take and suitable for children and adult a Price 1/6, 2/6 and 4/6 a bottle finn s Pharn facies pay Ltd. Dispensing and manufacturing chemists v Condobolin Parkes Forbes Cano Indra and Narrabri far West children s health scheme monthly report in Many ways the 8th annual conference of the scheme held in the . Hall on tuesday 16th May was the most Success Ful yet. There was a splendid at Tendance oif representatives from the branches and auxiliaries we had a longer list of resolutions than Ever before. Or. Edgar Stephen gave an address on nutrition. Or. Machin principal medical. Officer of the education department addressed the conference. On the department s. Dental., service. In schools and remained for the Dis icussionrof.resqkitionsjiruelatin&d62tliis work and supplied explanations and answered questions. He admitted very frankly that what is being done in schools was quite inadequate. While so per cent of children needed dental attention he said Only 20 per cent received it. The position would get worse rather than better living to the reduced number of dental students. A miss Elizabeth Govan a a director of the department of social studies Sydney University gave an address on social service and the miss Govan warmly praised the Kavork of the s theme As she had seen it awhile making a sur vey of country towns recently in connection with her work. As this is the twentieth year of the scheme or. Beard Hon. Superintend ent and or. Wilfred Vickers Mem Bers of the Council gave an outline of the history of the scheme. Do Vickers dealt particularly with the wonderful Kavork that has been done for cripples and told stories to Shoal or. Drummond s methods his wonder Ful thoroughness As Avell As his Organ Ising Genius As in the cripple surveys he instituted. Or. Board said that there avas a avid spread Weinand for history of the scheme a and the life of it s founder. In preparation for this if it could be undertaken he asked that any of the country Folk who remembered incidents connected. Aith the Early Days of the scheme would Send them in. To head office Avith any. Other information they might Ltd Oak which would be of 1 interest. A Twenty one children live been admitted. To the Home for treatment from Gular Gambone Coon Amble Lee 3 ton Amidale Glen Innes Yasina Hills ton Griffith merry Ragga Yanco Cowra and Grenfell. Children have ret irined Home after receiving treatment to Nar Fadera. Ragga Griffith Zingara Parkes Meni Dee and Yarra Bandai. Financial assistance has been received from branches Coon Amble a�1-50 including a 50 for Drummond memorial fund Willara Lindfield A 90 Mosman auxiliary �50 women s. Auxiliary �55 including �25 for Drummond memorial fund Moree �50 Tumut �40 Armi Dale �40 me Dooran �30 Tamworth �25 Waggett a 25 Cordava a 20 Nar. Randers �15/11/6 Orangie �15, Par Kes �10/0/1 Deepwater a 10 Bogan Gate �8 emm Aville �5 merr Goen �3/14/8., country women s association Giril Ambone younger set �9/l/,s Aimley �5/5/01 Bung Endore �5/0-/6, Marra Creek �5 old Bonaldo �2/2/0, Eureka �2 Mackville mid nth. Coast group �1/1/0, Bulah Delah �1/1/0 to awning �1/1/0 Arran go Billy �1/1/ other donations include 2pk Sun Shine club Parkes �80 miss Olive Faviell Willara cot �56/6/0 mrs. A. H. Mullins �25. Kia Catoo Stock at Home Bush last thursday c. M. Beddie Kia Catoo secured 179 crossbred lambs to 30/1, averaging 28/6, Gordon bros., Kia Catoo 57 shorn Lewes to 18/7, averaging 17/-, at w inc Combe Carson s Sale. Sheep and Lamb offerings totalled 20,438, values being buoyant. The cattle Supply Ayas 1,369, prices being unchanged. On the Hoof at the Yards Good to prime Ewe Mutton made 4d. To 4jd. Per lb., Wethers 5d. To. 5d hog gets ,6d. To -6&d., lambs 7d. To 7d., suckers 7d. To sijd., Good to prime dealers 50/. To 60/ per 100 la. Steers 46/ to 53 heifers 45/ to 51/-, bul locks 4.6/ to 51/-, cows to to 45/-. Tractor child injured at South Forbes a most appalling Accident occurred on sunday when Margaret Forrester Small daughter of or. And mrs. Tom Forrester of Rey mond Street received severe in juries when she was crushed be tween a Fence and a tractor which was being driven by her brother. The child had been standing near a Fence and As the tractor approached the Driver called out telling her to move a Avay. Unfortunately instead of getting through the Fence or escaping some other Avay the child moved Forward and the ground being rather wet and Slippery avas caught in the manner described and the Acci Dent could not be avoided. The child avas rushed to the District Hospital adhere she is now be ing treated. Her condition is critical. The above avas taken from tie Forbes advocate of tuesday May 30. / labor gains increased Rural support by the Hon. W. J. Mckell Premier of new South Wales. To me one of the most gratify ing features of the recent elec tons was the increased vote accorded to the labor party in the 1 Rural constituencies. Not Only have we head every seat gained by us in 1941 and at the sub sequent by elections but in almost every instance increased to a sub Stantial degree the majorities then recorded. -. In several cases these show a re Mark Able Advance As witness the re suits j at 1 Ragga w , Liverpool Plains Vlastie agh other electorates. While the fact. That other seats won in 1941 by a Nar Rovy margin were not even contested by the opposition parties on this Occa a Sion Avold indicate that the people Are so Well satisfied Avith labor s administration that no one could bc5. Found villing to test the Issue. The Farmer who Over 12imonth ago said that the Morell labor government was the. Best govern exit the country people had Ever had Wasi -. Only expressing a View very avidly held a that. People were tired of sup. Porting political parties whose Orbr. Mises failed to materialise and. Hajj they a welcomed an " administration if a High despite unprecedented difficult. To had honoured its pledges to the full. I can assure the country Peb pie irrespective of their political profession / that during the next three years my government will continue at an increased Tempo?1 to put into practical Opersal Tioy the plans it has prepared for the decentralisation oif secondary in \ dust the conservation and de r Velo Merit of our natural re sources the mechanisation off farming operated under co opera f live direction and the Exten Short. Of utilitarian serve yes to the farms and Small scattered. Communities. " it eats Well \ it keeps Well it makes you feel Well give us a trial /. I machine made bread printed & pulls Ned by m j Condon of William vex be Condobolin at the print or works at Witham Street Condobolin

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