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Condobolin Lachlander and Condobolin and Western Districts Recorder (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Condobolin, New South Wales Lachlan electorate election figures 1 the returning officer or. A. I Lipscomb will be Busy for Days yet counting the bal left papers which is necessary before finality j can be reached. 12 4 1 Imog Andale. 5 1 Jim swab a. 9 6 1 j three Peak. 2 0 5 Tinda 11 2 1 j Vermont Hill 25 1 3 \ wheat acre 13 0 2 Tottenham division Ala gala. 6 6 2 Albert. 86 23 8 j Canara. 19 2 1 Dandalo 15 4 0 j Wando 12 2 3 Mineral Hill. 12 0 .8 Murr Umbah. 15 8 2 1 top Woodlands 19 2 11 1 Tottenham. 189 73 4 i trundle division 1 Fifield 71 58 21 Kadun Gle t5 7 4 Kilvara 6 1 0 i Nunalla. 39 7 11 i Bullamore. 156 79 21. Trundle. 385 92 63 1 Large Rock 5 5 0 1 n 676 249 120 1 West by along division i Alleena 2.7 13 2 i blow Clear 29 9 1 blow Clear West. 16 5 1 i Brennan s tank 12 7 1 Bur Lyang. 32 13 4 Burcher 54 25 .1 % Byg Alorie a 9 1 Calleen 3� 17 1 \ Euglow. 3 4 0 Jig real. 17 17 7 Hazeldon 19 7 4 p Kildare 11 19 4 i Milby West. 9 6 3 i Mindil. 33 31 15 1 til Limba 84 58 12 i Ungari. 251 81 38 1 West Yalong 863 329 45 of 11 1 i Yalong. 195 117 27 ital Gorin North. 24 33 9 Syal Gorin South. 22 13 2 Yarr Aii. 38 .7 2 i Lake Cargel Ligo division a Gargel Ligo. 360 135 23 i Currina. 7 9 1 gel Aston. 12 7 0 Sergolia. 10 5 0 leu Rabha. 10 22 0 by Woor 6 16 3 the Peak. 13 16 0 Gitulli Sigeal. .96 58 4 Gwee Thalle. 110 7.4 10 a Yaddira 7 6 0 i Woods great Peppermint 1 cure for coughs colds influenza 1 i Premier butchery Condobolin everybody likes the Best meat and everybody likes a a Mcinnes meat Kusiw. Ranted to buy a three 12 gauge shot guns. Makes. To diff Ference if out of order. Apply Jack a re Mcdonnell Street. For Sale quinces grape fruit Lemons and oranges Are now ready for Sale at the Meadows. Available by dozen half Case and Case. Apply to f. Duffy. Jack Ayres licensed dealer buys or Sells anything including guns stoves Rabbit traps furniture and tools of All descriptions always at the storeroom on a saturday a miss Reidy s guest House Mcdonnell Street Condobolin in the supreme court of new South probate jurisdiction. In the wild of Sylvester Patrick Steadman late of near Condobolin in the state of new South Wales Grazier deceased. Application will be made after fourteen Days from the publication Hereof that probate of the last will and testament dated the ninth Day of july one thousand nine Hundred and thirty five of the above named Sylvester Patrick Steadman May be granted to James Valentine Steadman one of the executors named in the said will the other executor Charles Patrick Mccooe named therein having renounced pro Bate thereof and All notices May be served at the undermentioned address All creditors in the estate of the said deceased Are hereby required to Send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned. J. H. R. Rhodes Proctor for the executor Condobolin. By his agents messes. Boyce Boyce 79 Elizabeth Street Sydney. Delirious woman escapes from Hospital throws stones at nurses and police a woman who was in a Deliri Ous condition escaped from the Hospital recently in her pyjamas and dressing gown. She was Pur sued Down Bridge Street and finally overtaken in tank Street when she stopped to throw stones at two nurses and a police Constable. However she was finally pacified and taken Back to the Hospital by ambulance. Later she was removed from the institution. A Lithgow Woods great Peppermint cure for children s hacking cough rejected volunteers we have to hand information regarding the rejected Volunteer association of Australia which has been formed to Cater for the needs of those who have been rejected As medically unfit from the ., r.a.a.f., or the . The association exists to promote loyalty to the throne and Empire to encourage patriotic acid charitable organisations to assist where pos sible members of the three services and their dependent and to protect the volunteers interest. Enquiries May be addressed to the Hon. Secre tary Box 3853, g.p.o., Sydney. In memorial Bailey. A in Loving memory of my dear son Fredrick Bailey who was called Home on the 6th june 1943. We Little thought when we kissed you Good Bye it was for Ever and you were to die. I would give All the years dear Fred though the years to come May be few just for a Day of yesterday a just for a Day with you. Inserted by your Loving Mother radio repairs m. J. Sea Ley wishes to advise clients old and new that he has been discharged from the And has re commenced the repair of radios. Shire of Jem along interest on rates notice is hereby Given that in accordance with the provisions of Section 158 of the local government act 1919, As amended interest at the rate of five 5 per cent per an num will be chargeable on current rates unpaid after the 30th june 1944. F. M. Copeland Shire office Shire clerk. Forbes. 1st june 1944. Shire of Jem along original list of electors notice is hereby Given that the list for the ensuing triennial period is now being prepared and persons entitled to enrolment Are reminded to Lodge their claims on or before sat urday 1st july 1944. Persons entitled to enrolment before a person is entitled to be enrolled and to fill in an enrolment Cara me or sue must de Zyx years of age and must be a British subject or have become one by naturalisation. In addition a person claiming enrolment must be either 1 the owner or one of the joint owners of ratable land or the Holder of a Crown lease. 2 a rat paying Lessee that is a person who under a lease agrees to pay rates on land. 3 an occupier of ratable land that is to say for three months prior to 1st june 1944, being a tenant of ratable land of a yearly value of �5 or upwards. 4 that he or she is upon such prescribed Day enrolled on the elec toral Roll for any electoral District and their place of living As described on that roil is within the Riding. Electoral Roll Means the electoral Roll for an electoral District compiled under the parliamentary electorates and elections act 1912 1941. Should you possess any of the above qualifications your name can be placed upon the list which will eventually become the Roll for the ensuing three years. Owners of land do not re quire to Lodge claims for enrolment As their names will be transcribed from Council s records except where. Land is owned by a company or by trustees such company or. Trustees must nominate in writing the person to be enrolled on forms obtainable from this office. These nominations must be lodged with the Shire clerk on or before 1st july 1944. Attention is particularly drawn to the fact that this is an entirely new compilation and inclusion in a pre Vious list is not effective for the pre. Sent purpose. Enrolment claim cards which must be filled in and returned not later than saturday 1st july 194, Are obtainable at the Shire office. F. M. , Shire office Shire v clerk. Forbes. 1st june 1944. Sheep flocks saved Yorkshire s task Winchcombe Carson ltd., report a it Fie rainfall experienced Over a great part of new South Wales Lias been of great National As a Wield As individual Benefit. At this juncture with the abnormal de Mand for meat for War time Pur poses severe losses of Stock would have been a calamity. It is certain that they would have occurred if Relief had not arrived. All areas of the state Are not yet " out of the Woods but the position generally has vastly improved. Demand for rams at the annual Sydney sales should be stronger because of the improved season. The Yorkshire Trade is greatly concerned regarding curtailment in exports of its products. Before the War the exporting of goods was a Para mount consideration. It is necessary from the National standpoint to sell goods freely overseas. By that Means funds Are established to pay for imports. At present however the out put of the Mills is limited by the lab our available for this class of work. Textile hands in Large numbers have been transferred to More essential industries. Exports of Mill products now take third place in the output of the establishments. Government orders Are first and Home civilian requirements second. That situation will alter quickly when hostilities cease. Ienglish milkmen have a tremendous task ahead of them when the War ends. Their average shipments of woollens and worsted from j936 to 1939 were 102,000,000 Square Yards. .11 la six a if the 194-3 total was .44, �0-0, 900. During Early postwar years the need for fabrics w air be abnormal but manufacturers will the task of re assembling skilled staffs a great problem. That will probably eventually be overcome but the essential will be to permanently maintain a Large volume of exports. Australia Canada Argentina and. Other Dun tried have increased their Mill out put. The marked revival necessary to constantly maintain English ship ments on a level Well above pre War figures will be a question of increasing Trade with other markets and if possible developing new outlets. Rus Sia holds Promise of better business and also China once the ill effects of her War years Wear off. The Post War textile world will for a time present unusual circumstances the sheep s Staple will be in plentiful Supply with stocks of it and continuously growing clips. Perhaps those supplies would not be in excess of the quantities of goods needed by the Al most countless millions of people who have either been deprived of custom Ary Woollen clothing or limited their purchasing of it by rationing since the War started. The world s present holdings of Wool however cannot be converted into textiles t y a wave of the that operation will take some years and for that reason the need for organisation to ensure Safe marketing is such a prime necessity. Obtain All your printing requirements from the Lach Lander printing works. Expert Eye service Gibb and Beeman s modern scientifically equipped travelling consulting room in charge of an expert refraction St brings to your District the expert Eye service for which Gibb and Beeman have Long been famous. In wartime this state wide service is More valuable than Ever. When Gibb and Beeman next Call at your town on the Days shown below take this Opportunity of having your eyes tested by an expert. Glasses Are not recommended unless absolutely necessary and where lenses need changing you should re use your old frames if possible. Safeguard your eyesight a increase efficiency a consult i optometrists 4 visiting this District As follows a i Condobolin Royal hotel wednesday and thursday june 7 and 8. Appointment May be made with p. C. Jones jeweller Condobolin. Parkes tatter Sami s hotel saturday Mon k Day tuesday june 10, 12, and 13. J. W. Beeman a. J. Beeman a. S. Skellett a optometrists. The world s news seen through the Christian science Monitor an International daily newspaper is truthful a constructive a unbiased a free from sensational. Ism a editorials Are timely and instructive and its daily features together with the weekly Magazine Section make the. Monitor an Ideal newspaper for the. Home. The Christian science publishing society. Australian and new zealand Bureau 46 Pitt St. Sydney Australia. Please enter my subscription to the Christian science Monitor Sot a period of 1 year $12.00 6 months $6.00 s months $3.00 i month $1.00 saturday Issue. Including Magazine Section t 1 year $2.60, 6 issues 25c name address Sample copy on request

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