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Condobolin Lachlander and Condobolin and Western Districts Recorder (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Condobolin, New South Wales A Ihil Lagg. My i act 4� a to a mls my #11�? Mil a nil Miami till mls a j i the i Garden a i in. A nit ii Iii a nil 11 n a ill Mil min a a to grow roses from cutting so use neither Young nor old Wood Well ripened Wood of last sea son s growth taken when plants ?. _ Are dormant is regarded As the a Best and the cuttings should be about ten inches Long. Set the cuttings in to e n c h is that Are about s x inches i deep at the Bot Tom of i Ipoh has been placed about two inches of Sand. The Bottom end goes into the Sand the cutting lying Ati a slant about a Quarter Way Between the level and the. Upright. Cover Well with More Sand and finish up with soil to the level of the surface. Firm Well with the foot so that soil i quite close around each cutting. Then water Well. Do not firm after watering just Lead up with Loose soil. About two thirds of the cutting should be underground. Keep ithe soil moist otherwise the cuttings will not strike roofs completely. Examine after about six weeks and if rooted lift care fully and transplant. This is a Good time to sow seeds of Mingonet the. As the seedlings do not. Transplant readily. It is better to sow the seeds where the. Plants Are to grow. If you desire extra Large adds of Bloom make the e soil fair in Ric h but the Fra Granc e is greater Ben the plants Are Gro non soil that is not too Rich. Ants Are fond of in Mignonette seeds and will carry to Fem away to provide a Larder for Winter unless the seeds Are rubbed in dry red Lead before sowing. Lawns composed of English grasses or Bent grass May have Bare or. Brown patches after the heat of sum Mer. This is a4 Good time to sow fresh seeds to assure a Nice Lawn from now Onward. Make the Bare patches rough t with a Rake a sow the seeds a firm in a water a and soon the Hare places will disappear. / if the grass is rather thin on the Lawn proper Cut it closely and sow it again using half an ounce of seed to every Square Yard. Roll the seed in and cover about a Quarter of an Inch deep with Light finely screened soil. The grasses named need a it of water in summer time but they make a much better Lawn than Couch or Buffalo grass. 1. If. Tie present layout of your Gar Den is not satisfactory this is an Ideal time to make desirable alterations even Large Shrub s. Can be safely transplanted now should they need shifting to conform to the new plan there is a new variety of Shasta Daisy named Esther Reid which bids fair to displace All other varieties in this Section. The Large blooms Are perfectly double. And Are borne on stems quite Long enough to fit Ithem for Cut Flower purposes. The plants Are Dwarf and Stocky and the flowering season begins earlier and finishes later than other members of this tribe. It was spoken of very highly in England and it is proving its Worth in Australia. Plants Are Avail Able now and for the remainder of the Winter. Cut Flower growers As Well As private gardeners should ear Mark this newcomer. The first move in the game for warmer soil conditions in Winter is to see that underground drainage is Good. If this is not the Case in should be red Tifi eds by digging deep drains that Lead to some natural exit for. The surplus water. For the drains Agri cultural Drain pipes Are Laid end to end taking care to see that the fall is gradual and uniform. The drains afe then filled in and the rest of the Garden Laid out to suit the require ments of the allotment. It looks a big Job and one that takes time.iand7 Perley Eface but the after results Mare than compensate for tie added labour because Well drained soils few Fain warm during cold months and they Are in far bet ter mechanical condition because the moisture moves quickly throw ugh tie. Soil and draws with it air which sweetens the soil and puts it into More Fertile condition to the Supply. 6f you ii g stray Berry plants has limited this season on account of the unusual weather conditions we Iii prevented the f i d or plants from making runners Early enough to Supply plants that were sufficiently rooted but from now on there should be no difficulty in get Ting sufficient plants for the Home Garden. Strawberries do Best on. Fairly Light Rich Well worked soil. Those Garden ing on heavy Loam will need to add Sharp Sand Bush soil or thoroughly rotted animal manure to prevent the natural soil caking an " running to Gether a state of affairs not appreciated by strawberries. The plants can be set out m narrow Beds say about 4 feet wide and As Long As required. One Row is set along the mid dle of the. Bed with another Row on each Side leaving a foot of space be tween the plants in the rows and if possible a Little More Between the rows. Spread the roots out Well when planting and be careful not to Bury the Crown of the Plant the roots alone should be covered. Give the youngsters enough water to Settle the Earth around the roots after which they take very Little attention except an occasional Light stirring of runners Are suppressed until the plants have finished fruiting Tuen enough can be allowed to form to give sufficient Young plants for making an other bed but it is found by experience that Only a few runners should be allowed to form on each Plant. Otherwise the e second season s crop is affected. In the hot districts strawberries Are looked upon almost As annuals but in cold climates the plants can be kept for three years but the Best plan of All is to Plant a new bed. Every season for. Three years after which the oldest bed is thrown out and a new one planted to. Take its place in this Way none of the. Beds Are too old to be thoroughly productive and there is a Complete Succes Sion of Beds coming along to replace those discarded. Wanted unlimited quantities of chickens fowls Dekeys for naval and military requirements. Highest prices paid net. No charges. Particulars from v. Glazebrook 50 Cross st., double Bat j reference Bank of m.s.w., Edge Cliff la a. Dry Mac Derris dust to Herip grow clean healthy vege tables. Dust with dry Mac non / poisoning powder for the control of cabbage grub a his caterpillars White Moth e to. 1 la. Packet 1/3, Carriage extra. Postage on 1 Pkt. 1/-. P. L. C. Shepherd & son pay. Ltd. Seed Plant and bulb merchants postal address Box 360ss g.p.o., Sydney. The Navy always on the Job the Royal australian Navy like the Royal Navy and the navies great and Small of the dominions and Al lied countries has increased to a remarkable extent in the four and a half years of strength is of fundamental importance to the United nations. As or. Churchill said in the dark Days of september 1942 we must regard the struggle at sea As the formation of All the efforts of the United nations. If they lost that All else would be denied to in common Zyvith the Royal Navy the .. Has overcome great adversity. To has lost about 30, Ood tons through enemy action since the outbreak of War but to Day the total displacement ton nage of s typs in commission exceeds 103,000 tons snore than twice the, tonnage in sep tember 1939. Since the outbreak of War in the Pacific the local and specific task of tie, has been to maintain the. Integrity of the South West Pacific sealants of its larger units have operated with the British and american fleets in ranging All the world s oceans. In co operation with the . Our Navy has patrolled the Long austra Lian coastline protecting. The coastal and Ocean shipping routes and the sea lanes to Darwin and new Guinea. In backing the attack the Protection and maintenance of the Navy has been absolutely essential Vand with of t the achievements of Allied land forces in this area would not have been possible. In the latest Issue of facts and figures of Australia at War the department of information a War Effort Booklet which is just off the presses the growing importance of the. S Convoy work is vividly illustrated. The monthly average of escorted australian coastal shipping Rose from 750,000 tons in june1942 to l,30 ,od9 tons by late 1943. The monthly average of escorted shipping to new Guinea Rose from 100,000 tons Early in 1-942c to 1,600,000 tons late in 1943. Canberra and i Hobart took part attack on the Solomons three months later. With Tbs. Establishment of a base at Milne Bay in september 1942 the, began to operate in close sup port of our land forces fighting in the coastal area along to the Bun a Gona beachhead. Australian corvettes escorted the merchant ships which carried the supplies and equipment including tanks and artillery that turned the. Tide in favour of the Al lies. Survey ships of the. Were in the Vanguard of the Advance along the North Eastern coast of new Guinea. Not Only did the. Continue throughout 19 43 to Coop Era the with the and forces in this area but at the same time it shared in offensive actions elsewhere in the Pacific. At the Allied Landing at Akrawe in new Britain in " december the australian cruisers Australia and Shorp Shire destroyers Warra Muiga and Arunita and the. Troop Landing ship West Ralia were among the support ing Allied naval units. The Force was under the command of the rear Admiral commanding .. Australian Squadron. The Australia Shropshire Wirra Manga and Arunita also. Took part in the amphibious operations which led to the capture of the gape Gloucester area. In january 1944, the two destroy ers joined the Force that landed troops a t Saidor in new Guinea and they were also at the Landing on los Negros in the Arnii rallies. Convoy off australian coast on Board an escorting naval vessel in the Early Days of the Pacific War before the arrival of . Naval forces the. Carried the Brunt of this Burden. It escorted troops to timor and Ambon and in january 1942, conveyed troops and supplies in the first Large scale reinforcement of. New Guinea. The. Has been on the Offen Sive and it has played an Active port in the spectacular actions which have regained a Large part of new Guinea the Solomons part of new Britain and most of the strategic islands of the South West the critical Battle of the Coral sea in May 1942, a Force of australian and . Warships under australian command covered port. Moresby. The cruisers Australia i. Although since the. Extension of War to the Pacific the main activities of the. Have been in that area ships or men of. The. Still fight on most of the world s maritime fronts. There Are 390. Ratings Manning the guns ,. Of defensively equipped merchants ships on the australian run. Personnel strength of now augost seven times greater than that of the permanent person Nel in september 1939. To the end of february last the. Had suffered 2-, 414 casualties of 339 were deaths 98-2 missing presumed killed 230 wounded. 53 0i missing and 333 prisoners of War. Naval Ito Page built in Australia during the present War totals More than the total tonnage of the. In 1914. It includes two tribal class destroyers 1 60 corvettes and a Large number of o ther motor and escort patrol boats. Adding to Ite achievements of the past the. Is daily adding to its Worth record11�? a record which can stand proudly with the highest traditions of the Allied navies. " . . Yalong request by corneal we take the following from the West . Advocate or r. Penfold informed Bland Shire Council at their last lne eting that As the naval department Are naming Many or. Their Cratt alter towns and Shires he thought they should make representations to have one of the vessels Bear the name of i the town or Shire. I i \. A on the motion of cars. Hayes and i Ludlow it was. Decided to make repro 1 sensations to the naval authorities to 1 have a vessel named. "wyalong.". E fighting Navy depicted 1 in drama of the sea 1 thrills of Battle and Convoy duty on the Pacific provide the most event Ful drama of the sea since Mutiny on the Bounty in my a g stand. By for action which comes to the. Central theatre on wednesday and thursday 7th and 8th june with a cast headed by Robert Taylor 1 Charles Laughton. And Brian Donlevy. 1 the action centres about a staunch. Old destroyer recommissioned far i Pacific duty and a boiled which its Gallant fighters office red. By Taylor and Donlevy worst Jap aircraft and successfully attack an enemy Battle i ship in protecting a Convoy. Amid the 1 thrills Are comical Mordenti Nyhen the i bar boiled Navy men Are forced to cart for Twenty babies picked up in Drifting lifeboats. Laughton As the 1 Admiral a an address As inspiring As his famous Reading of the Getty s-5 1 Burg address. % i trespass notice i any person found trespassing on i the properties known As Rose 1 Ville and Fairbank adjoin i Long property situate on Parkes 1 Road Condobolin will be prosecuted 1 without respect to person Aud All i stray dogs will be shot at sight. S g. Russell b James Kidd i has added More books to his Library and has now 2000 up to Date books to 1 choose from i nominal subscription fee entitles you to become a member of this excellent Library. Machine made bread the Condobolin bakery Willis Bros. Proprietors Bakers and pastry Cooks s Small goods daily 1 country orders attended to. Phone 87 Wright Heaton and co. Ltd. Condobolin Branch 1 Are wholesale merchants and station suppliers. Agents for Shirley s sup e crho splate Dangar Gedye and m Alloch Ltd. Shearer. Farming a Chinery Shell. Company austra i Lia Ltd. A address Orange Street con i Tobolin phone 12. . Box 23

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