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Condobolin Lachlander and Condobolin and Western Districts Recorder (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Condobolin, New South Wales
G. C. Driffield & Hobby i a solicitors Bathurst Street Condobolin if h. C. Hobby i or. D. J. Bono i . London sight specialist of / Orange will visit can Dobozin. V tuesday 25th july appointments May be in arranged at finn s pharmacy / consulting room Imperial hotel 1, a a the Lac Lander monday june 5, 1944 local and general i. I the publicity officer of the Loans j Campaign or. R. M. Curr in a letter of thanks to our editor says the a part played by the press was the i i most important in the loan drive. I your Bauer at All times save the Loans organisation splendid co opera 1 lion. I can assure you that your help 1 was valued very highly and was deep Rhy appreciated. T travelling baby clinic in charge of sister i. Webb is scheduled Toap Jopar As follows Albert arrive thurs Day 8th june depart next Day tub t 1 Lamore arrive Friday 9th, depart l3th Bogan Gate arrive 15th, depart 16th and visit Gotha that Day con Dobozin arrive Friday 16th, depart wednesday Eua Balong West arrive wednesday 21st, depart 23rd an visit Eua Balong thursday. A splendid Ripe fruit is now available from or. F. Duffy the Meadows Condobolin. See Advt. For fruit Avail Able. Show dates -.j. Now 8th and 9 the Augustat the committee meeting held last saturday afternoon at the Imperial hotel the following were present a messes. R. president. H. Stevenson f. Dun j. M. Cooney r. Harris e. M. Brown s. J. Ludlow a. Staniforth c. Gavel g. M. Web Ster a. R. Baxter s. Tomkins b. Macandrew j. Gavel m. J Dawson e. Selems Lvi. Westcott s. A. Wood. Ward also the Secretary n. J. Han Lin. Several other members of the committee were unable to be present on account of being held up at the annual meeting of the Farmers and settlers association. A. Letter from the Secretary of the Western districts association Par Tes pointed out that a later Date was now available to Condobolin because neither Bullamore nor trundle would be holding a show. The 8th and 9th was therefore suggested As the Best to fill in the Cycle with other Western shows. It was then unanimously re solved to change the dates. The Secretary announced the col Lection of about �70 giving the list As donations towards the show. An other �5 was added in the room so that it is apparent the people Are helping Well financially. It was decided to give free admission to the show to All in army uni form male and female. All members Lof the committee Are to pay for luncheon and the Only persons to get a free luncheon will be the judges land invited visitors. A Smoko is to be held on the first night of the show As usual. Fixing of the prices to the Ball was left in the hands of the Ball com Smittee As a guide will be the charge for the orchestra from Parkes. Next meeting fixed for that Day fortnight. Woods great Peppermint cure for influenza colds. Wool report the country producers Selling co. Ltd. Report under Date of 1st june 1944 a during last week the annual ram sales were held in Sydney and were very Well attended by Ooin buyers and interested parties. The selection offered was fully up to previous years Stan Dards although values generally were reported to have been Dis appointing to Many of the Breed ers. It was anticipated that the recent Rains Over a vast area of the state would encourage greater Competition Thig unfortunately however was not the Case. Breeders Are put to. Great trouble in exhibiting their rams to those interested every year and it seems rather a pity that Good Selling conditions Are not always with them. How Ever the biggest percentage of the state s graziers have just passed through very trying times which fact coupled with fewer interstate visitors who were unable to make the trip owing to transport difficulties would be chiefly responsible for the lower values received this year As compared to last year. The next series of Wool appraise ments will commence on the 19th june continuing until the 29th june when approximate file non a a Vul unties willbe submitted. This will be the concluding series for the 1943/44 sea son. About pro i it or. And mrs. O. L. May of Bath urst Street have four of their sons who Are All in the fighting forces Home on leave at present. They Are Don and Bill from Western austra Lia and Mick and Pat new Guinea. Or. Cameron of trundle Road was Able to return to his Home on Satur Day after being an inmate of the District Hospital a the Many friends of mrs. Boulton of Napier Street will regret to learn that she is not enjoying Good health at present and is confined to bed. Thus the Forbes advocate sex petted to arrive yesterday from Condobolin to spend some time in Forbes As the guest of or. And mrs. R. Bul lock of Dowling Street was Stoker Snow Swanson . Mrs. Tough was Able to Rutm in. Her Home in Orange Street last saturday after being a patient in the District Hospital for the past three months. Or. And mrs. George Cole of Milby Valley left by train on saturday on a visit to Orange. Baby Harvey has been admitted to Goodwill private Hospital and is pro Gressing satisfactorily. Or. Ken Webster of the Commer Cial Bank of Sydney who goes to the Parkes Branch to take up duties on tuesday was Given a splendid Send off at the Bowling club last Friday night report of which will appear in next Issue. Mrs. Phil Pike who has been an inmate of the District Hospital was Well enough to be discharged on sat urday last. I s. Gerald cd Neil rur or in or m us her son Gerald and daughter Cather Ine will leave by train to Morrow to return to her Home in Armidale after an enjoyable Holiday in Condobolin with her Mother mrs. Brady. Miss Nellie Flack was tendered a gift evening last saturday night at the Home of mrs. N. Warne prior to her marriage next wednesday. She f received Many useful gifts and a Happy evening was spent by All. Quite a few members of the ser vices Are spending leave in Condobolin at present including Alf. Holmes Dave Savage Violet Bell and Muriel Perkins. Mrs. Roy Dawson and son Bill left by train on saturday to spend a holi Day in Sydney. Or. B. A. Pitt of the commercial Bank of Sydney will be taking up duties at the Condobolin Branch in place of or. Webster. T gunner Ron Mcdonald . Was Able to return to his Home on Satur Day after being an inmate of the District Hospital. Mrs. Alice Taylor of Ungari passed away at Temora recently after a Brief illness. Deceased came to the Ungari District about 57 years ago. In 1908 she married the late or. Frank Ewers who predeceased her in 1924. There were two son to vim this Union one being killed at Condobolin in a Road Accident. There was no family by her second husband who died two years ago. Burial took place in the Ungari cemetery. Miss Janie Holmes of Bat Hurst Lireet urea suddenly yesterday after noon in the District Hospital it appears she went for the papers after dinner and on returning Felt ill and asked some friends to help her Home. When reaching the Imperial hotel she was taken into the lounge and the ambulance called. Deceased was in a collapse condition and was immediately transported to the District Hospital via the doctor but she passed away a few minutes after admission. We offer our sympathy to the bereaved relatives. The funeral will leave the presbyterian Chur Ehat 11.39 . On tuesday. Bert Medcalf 17 years of age a resident of Sydney who was employed on the property of or. Parker of Obadah was scrubbing about one mile from the Homestead on tuesday afternoon when the axe slipped and entered the foot through the Boot. He bandaged it up As Best he could with a handkerchief and hobbled Back to Rue Homestead. The Condobolin District ambulance was immediately cont acted and on arrival at the scene treated the Man who was transported Back to the doctor and admitted to Goodwill private Hospital. He received a very Nasty injury severing the main artery of the foot and the Tendon of the big toe. Do immediately operated on the patient after his admission to Hospital and to to Mol ing satisfactory Progress. Or. And mrs. Colles Hope have received word from their son Jack who has been serving with the Raaf in England for three years that he has completed a course of Engineer ing in Edinburgh and has secured a High National certificate of Engi Jack was a Condobolin High school boy. Guests of Condobolin till thursday arriving on the train this morning Are seven ame rican soldiers and miss Hilda Vallentyne of the american red Cross. They Are to be the guests of Condobolin till thurs Day next. They Are being billeted with people in town and country and Are to see some of our country life. Romford couple s Diamond wedding or. And mrs. Euin Worth celebrate 60 years of boy and girl Romance or Keila outta Bomford England record of Friday april 7, 1944. Or. And mrs. Euing Ortli Are the parents of or. B. Euin Worth of Condobolin. Or. And mrs. Daniel Stansbie Euin Worth of great pet tits pet tits Lane Romford celebrated their Diamond wedding on monday and were the recipients of a Mes Sage from the King and Queen. They also received a Large number of telegrams and letters of Good wishes from a Host of friends. Among the Best known residents of Romford or. And mrs. Euin Worth were married at St. Edward s Church Romford on april 3, 1884, the wedding being the culmination of a boy and girl Romance which began when or. Euin Worth was 16 and mrs. Eur Ingworth then miss Julia Kate Staines was 14. They both lived at Hare Street now better known As the Centre of idea Park but at that time. A Mere Hamlet. Or Elling Worth s father who was a native of Ketton Rutland Farmed Park farm and his son followed him into Agri culture. After marriage he struck out on his own at a Little farm near plough Corner eventually removing to great pet tits which he Farmed successfully Over a very Long period until his retirement a few years ago. Or. Euin Worth is -83 years of age and mrs. Euin Worth is 81. He is Hale and Hearty but mrs. Euin Worth has been an invalid for Many years. To flip Coria an it Xvi. A a i lilt Juiz l Mieir borne was damaged by blast and they evacuated to Bedford. But the Call of Home was Strong and eventually became irresistible and they returned to Romford. A life Long Baptist or. Euin Worth was senior Deacon at the main Road Baptist Church where he has been appointed a life elder. He was for a Long period a member of the Romford Urban Council As a representative of the North Ward and gave invaluable service As a member of the farm i 1 _ i n. Vum Miucci a now image or agricultural problems being most useful to the Council. Of a quiet and retiring nature. Or. Euin Worth did not seek honours but preferred to Render solid service in an a ostentatious Way. In 1891 or. Euin Worth accepted office As the unpaid Road Surveyor to the old Romford Rural Council a Post which his father had previously held. The Money for Road repairs was found by Means of a highways rate which was largely fixed by the Surveyor but the sum produced was often not sufficient to keep Road men going for a full year. Or. Ellingworth remembers a toll Gate on Market Hill Romford. Own ers of a horse and cart had to pay four Pence to pass through but ther was a Side Pat for pedestrians and they were allowed to pass through for nothing. During his career or. Euin Worth successively Farmed Harold Wood farm Park farm Rise Ridge farm and great pet tits moving to the lat ter on his fiftieth birthday 33 years ago. At one time he had As Many as125 cows. An enthusiastic sportsman he was a regular Sun Dorter of the a i football club and he is also a keen member of the Liberty of Havering Bowling club in which he has won a number of competitions. He has played for Essex. He is also a keen chess player. Family Celebration there was a family Celebration of the Diamond wedding anniversary at great pet tits on sunday. Or. And mrs Euin Worth have five daughters Anil two sons one of the daughters Bein Africa and one of the song in Australia a and they have nine Grandf children one being in the Middle Easl with the . And another in Tylij Royal Navy. They also have two great grandchildren. I during the Celebration an 11-Yeaii old grandson made a Happy Little speech in which he wished his grand-1 parents Well and said he would Doris utmost to carry on the Good name of the family which he was proud Tol Bear. The Happy event took place in mrs. Ellingworth s bedroom hut Thoi fact that she had to remain in bed did not detract from her pleasure of1 the occasion. I at another Celebration on monday two of the bridesmaids were present. They were miss Emily Staines Craig Dale Road Romford and mrs. Richard Banyard Nelmes Hornchurch Sis 1 ters of mrs. Euin Worth. I or. Euin Worth has to tinny 4 ing recollections of old Romford. He is one of the oldest natives of the town and having lived in it All his life he can recall Many scenes which Are always interesting to listen to and he recaps incidents grave and Gay with a quiet chuckle which is entirely characteristic. J or. And mrs. Euin Worth wish to thank All the Many friends who sent congratulations and Good wishes on the occasion of their Diamond wed i Ding. Market report the country producers Selling co. Ltd. Report the following sales at Home Bush on the 1st june i sheep 19,695 sheep and 10,752 1 lambs carded from a listing of 27,700. 1 the Quality of the Yarding was much i better Good sheep were More in 1 evidence and the Yarding included a fair Sprink ung of freshly shorn sheep the demand was affected by a 1 strike at River Stone meat company s 1 works whose Buver did not i " a a Vejl Isaio b and while Competition for Good sheep i was Active values were considerably i below last Days and on the plainer i grades a marked falling off in the de 1 Mand was noticeable. Generally speaking values were 2/ to 4/ Low i or and in Odd. Cases a Little More for m Plain sheep. On the other hand of some sales of prime shorn sheep were a almost As dear As on monday last. I lambs much the same remarks Foj apply to Lamb values which general if by speaking were 2/ to 4/ lower. 11 our Saleg included obd. Lambs to 8 39/6, wether to 31/10, obd. Ewes to j 28/10. J cattle 1, 9010 carded including 387 1 sold in the store Section. The Quality 1 of the Yarding was very similar to 1 last Day s but included a few More i weighty Bullocks. The demand for y i dealers was Strong and values for a these showed no change on last Day s 1 rates. For other cattle a weaker ten i Dency was noticeable with a decline i of 10/ in places. I Ujj
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