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Wellington Times (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Wellington, New South Wales National Library of Australia ? ? latest telegraphic in formation m. Mcleod Ltd. Millers and Grain merchants. I ? highest Market Price Given for Good milling wheat in any Quantity. Wheat received at our Mills on silo terms & conditions . Bulk wheat warrants bought at current Market rates. Pride o the West flour and breakfast foods ? Are unequalled. Agents for Royal Exchange Assurance. Hail fire and workmen s compensation Dobbie s pharmacy . A. Shineberg ., late . Dispensing chemist phone 67. Nan Ima Crescent Wellington. Caution any person found trespassing on Nanima ? estate will be prosecuted without respect to persons. R. C. B. . Notice to trespassers All persons found trespassing on it. Nanima will be prosecuted without respect to persons. D. H. Barton notice to trespassers notice in Given that Sho Oters or others trespassing on the Neureta estate will be prosecuted without respect to persons. A. E. Fuller Neureta. Notice to trespassers any person or persons found Hunting shooting by ? otherwise trespassing on my property Spring Valley Parkes Road will be prosecuted without respect to persons. 8/6/29 c. E. Finch Parkes Road. Singer sewing machine Cor for All requirements ring phone 362. Or write representative. J. J. Ryan Clive Street ? Wellington. Murray Bros. Undertakers agents for Larcombe monumental works. V Maughan-St., Wellington phone 224 Day or night i Fumm x optical service Ami that covers me District 3s our consulting rooms have the ass s most modern equipment. A s certificated advice and assist 2sz s a e by ssi i f. S. Wilmot 1 5 d. S. Wilmot be optometrist a. Wellington. Phone 118 Fong Lee & co. For All you requirements established 1894 8 t c. J. Shakespeare. I undertaker & sculptor i at your service Day or night welli�8ton 81, Dubbo i 7, Sydney an j Singleton. S Stock Market cattle and sheep unchanged. Sydney monday. The cattle Market was unchanged at Home Bush to Day when 2690 heal were carded. Bullocks. Sold from. �6 to �11, cows from �4 to �9, Best beef to 30/--, Good Quality to 25/-, medium to 22/-, inferior to 20/-. Sheep 31,800 penned the Market being unchanged. Wethers sold from 7/ to 17/r,ewes from 67 to 14/-, lambs. From 5/- to. 14/-, shorn sheep from 4/ to 10/. Commercial a or Blu prices Sydney monday. The following prices were quoted at ? the Sydney produce sales to Day potatoes tasmanian ? 4/6 to Rivers 3/6 to 4/- eggs new Laid 1/1, Case 9d to Lod butter i23/10 cheese 7id to ,8. Honey 3id to id Maize 5/4 to 57-10 Oats 1/5 to 1/9 onions 6/v to 0/- chaff wheaten 3/ to 4/3, oaten 3/- to 4/ 5, Lucerne 3/3 to 5/3. Hay oaten 3/ to 4/9, Lucerne 2/fl to 5/3 f wheat 2/5 to 2/llj. A Hying death blinded postal official. Appears in court. Sydney monday. At the Quarter sessions this morn ing ,aged 32 years a Mechanic was charged with having caused grievous bodily harm to a Post Tai official named Albert. Robert Johmston ,. of the. Corrosive liquid ammonia. Grierson. Was also charged a a Jefe robbing Johnston of a handbag contain chg �530. Johnston who j is Blind As a result the. Injuries l in the encounter was brought into the court by a nurse. I my the Crown prose Clito or. Met Kari said that if the accused was guilty he had committed one of the most dastardly of crime a crime worse than murder because it had condemned the postal official to a jiving death. F ? accused pleaded not guilty the facts. Of the Case Hayea ready Lizeri published 1. The e ase i proceeding. ? in. ? Over a Cliff. Man critically injured. Robert Darrell 24, an Engineer of Cessnock was. Critically injured when he. Fell Down a precipitous Cliff yesterday. Darrell was endeavouring to reach a. Body at the Bottom of the c i ill. It appears that earlier in the David Walter Hall 23, of Cooee. Fatally Feli Down. The Clil. Unacquainted. With the dangerous condition of f. The track Darrell attempted the descent but quickly. Lost his foothold and fell. 7 0 feet onto the ,,ept. Rocks he was conveyed to Hospital and and .m.itted.,in a critical condition suffer ing from lacerated wounds to ? the Scalp and Chest and internal injuries printed . D. Brownhill. & sons at. The Wellington time office Percy Street Wellington by j. D. Brownhill Waine Street Wei Lington. People starve while silos bulge. The problem of life. ? Sydney. Monday. ? the reverend d. F. Brandt in a service at the Chalmers Street Church yesterday said there were thousands out of work and destitute and starving while the silos throughout the country bulged with wheat. There i was an abundance of foodstuffs he added and there was plenty of work to be done yet half a million persons were compelled to remain unemployed and in a destitute condition. It was a. Serious commentary on our present system he continued i that people had to remain destitute i when ? there was plenty for them to eat plenty of work to be done and plenty of people ready and willing to have work done for them provid ing they had the Means. Dole issues show big monday. As a result of the introduction of the special Dole application forms at Ragga there has been a remarkable reduction Jii the number of Applina a tons. A. In july. 3047 orders valued at �2430, were issued while to noveni1 Ber the number showed a Sudders drop to 1594 orders valued at �1183. 1 Sci a certain ? extent casual Rural work would have assisted to lowering the number of Dole applications but it is stated that the special application forms have played the biggest part in., red Uci Ngi the numb pro the flee. Receiving assistance who Are not entitled , 1 while. Local. Police Ai by no longer permitted to make Public statements regarding the number of cants it is firmly believed that the n Timber clan noting tie Dole throughout the state a tremendous Dewalk ? crease Federal surplus Over Ted million pounds for five months. Canberra. Progress sic Federal surplus is shown at 00.0 for the. First five months of .th7.pres&tfi Mancial year. In an. Excess of Revenue Oyer expenditure of �265,00,0 ? customs receipts for the month. Amounted to �i951,000, and excise duties to �1,052000. 1 ? the present is considered a flush time for government Revenue and the present surplus therefore offers no definite guide As to what the re sult of the full year s Workings will be. Big Cricket England v Southern districts Sydney monday. \ the match b tween the English eleven the Southern districts was continued to Clay at Ragga. In hot and ii n pleasant ? weather. ? Erig Iti Nus first innings continued the total at the lunch a adjourn Pfent b Eizig 2 wickets Down for a total of 84. V Xmas cheer for Hospital patients ? the a Rivas season is dra ving nigh and All classes of people who have .ijeen., blessed with Good health Are 1 looking Forward to that time of the year when peace and Good will to men is extended on every hand. I to some however j the Feve sea son will not be so Bright yet by. A Little Charity on the part of the people of. The town and District their lot can be mad e much brighter. We refer to the people who Are stricken Down with illness in the Wellington hos Pital. Residents in. The past have Al Days been kind in this respect and once again the. Matron and Secretary Are sending out their appear to the Public who Are sure to respond in the same Way As in the past bitten by Snake while cutting scrub ? Sydney monday. While cutting ferns on his farm some distance from Launceston yes 1 Ter Day Robert Sutton aged 16 years was bitten by a Over estimating the seriousness of the bite Button seized his Fern Hook arid Cut off one of his Fin Gers and a portion of another. Fallowing treatment he recovered. Narrow escape run Down by Tram Only slightly injured i ? ? ?. ? 1 ? ? so Nev. Monday. ? i Betty Hart aged 8 years had a remarkable escape from death yester Day when she walked in front of a fast moving Tram opposite her Home in Hargrave Street Paddington. The Tram passed completelyover1, her but when she was picked up her Only injuries were a slight head wound and bruises to he arms and legs. ?. Onlookers were horrified when they saw the Tram pass Over the child who got in the Way of the Tram be was possible for the Driver to pull it up. The escape was a remarkable one. Caldwell s Cricket Competition enormous entries. Over 87,000 in tries. Were received for the Cricket Competition Arran ged by Caldwell s wines Ltd. In connection with the ? visit of the English team. The \ judging owing to the. Unprecedented number of entries. T Oak. Longer than the com Pany / anticipated. One prize at Leasty has come to Wellington. Or. Robert -. Porter of Lee Street has been notified that he. Did not qualify for the Cash prizes but has been awarded Consolation prize of a bottle of falstaff sack in Corisis ration of h s meritorious Effort. Leichhardt by election a quiet contest. As was expected or. J. Lamaro the Lang candidate won the Lei cd Hardt by Elie Tiore caused by the death of or. Barney olde. Very Little interest was taken in the contest As the result was regarded As a foregone conclusion. ? in fact it is described As the quietest elec Tion on record., the final figures Are j. Larri Aro Lang labor. .9401 r. Storey Federal labor 5164 t. G. Payne communist. 313 w. A Benjamin Douglas credit. 227 a. Doughty ind 51. Total votes cast.15,796 postal arrangements for Christmas and new year holidays. The following arrangements will be observed at the Wellington Post office during the Christmas and new year holidays ? monday 26th december. Usual sunday arrangements. The office win do Chiosea an Day. A tuesday 27th december open from 9 . To 11 . For All classes of. Business. Except Money order and savings. Ban business. Country mails despatched As usual. Street delivery by postmen As usual. Street posting boxes cleared at 9.30 . Sydney mails Clorie at 11 . ? monday 2nd january open Froni ? 9 . To 10 . For All classes of business except Money order and Sav Ings Bank business. No delivery by postmen. Country mails despatched As usual. Sydney mails close at 10 . Street letter receivers cleared at 9.30 . Telephone continuous. Plane crashes world flier escapes Sydney monday. ? Jacques Herbert French the can Adian who flew successfully from England to Australia crashed half a mile from the Cloncurry Post office yesterday. Fortunately he escaped without in 1 jury but his Aei plane was badly damaged. Parliament j big list of Bills Sydney monday. The state ministry is anxious to conclude the present parliamentary session at the end of this week. A big programme of Bills has been Lis Ted and late sittings will probably be necessary in order to Complete the business in time for parliament to adjourn. Life savers Good work two men saved. Washed out to sea while swimming at More wether Beach near new Castle yesterday afternoon George. Gilmore and. Donald Douglas were rescued Only after an hour s Battle by life savers including the Captain of the patrol. Several lines were lost on the Shell covered Ocks ind Sev fusions and lacerations. So far was Douglas taken out that he was barely discernible from the club House look out. ? j. Weide had a narrow escape when his line became entangled with a Rock and j. Tracey. Donned Aho ther Belt and went t Pihis Brothers jewellers and opticians v Wellington ? phone 1 25. A. A. I Harvey optometrist. G. W. Griffiths chemist Telephone 59. For High class dispensing. Brother saves brother narrow escape from drowning. Two youths had a narrow escape from drowning when a Canoe capsized in botany Bay yesterday after noon. A great feat of endurance was displayed by the elder youth who was alone responsible for the Rescue. S on sunday morning John Murphy 17 and Frank Murpity 22brothers of Camperdown left Brighton be Sands for Yarra Bay in a Canoe. Midway across botany Bay on the return trip the Canoe heeled Over in the Strong Easterly and Choppy Waters and the two youths who were thrown into the water found the vessel was quickly sinking. Seizing an oar the younger brother kept afloat while Frank commenced a two mile swim to Brighton be Sands. About 150 Yards out when in an. Exhausted condition Murphy was noticed by two life savers who immediately swam to his assistance bringing him to the Shore. He. Was Zih Jinjr revived and told the life savers of his brother s plight. When the life savers arrived the younger brother was in an exhausted Condi Tion but still grasping the oar. He was successfully conveyed to the Beach and taken to St. George hos Pital where he was admitted in a serious condition. One drowned while on fishing trip Sydney a party of four men was thrown into the water As a result of their fishing Ketch capsizing in a Gale near Geelong yesterday Thomas Milley aged 30 years was drowned while others of the party were res cued in an exhausted condition. Man overboard officer to Rescue Sydney. Monday v George Schmidt aged 24 Yeo is ship s Butch i fell Fryni the deck of the Steamer main a Atifir-mlsland1 this morning frito the watch. The i fourth officer von Pritzker. Seeing the victim struggling in in a water dived overboard to his Hescue Cus Tance of about 35 Mccu ithe of Ficci supported Schmidt until both. Were dragged out -. L a Over s pharmacy Mesiab. 1904 4. C. F. Glover. C. C. Mcmahon Chemists. . Phone 50 Wellington . 73 Percy Street Rixis doughboy is now. A avoider full popular piece of furniture. It is 3 it 6in. Wide 5ft., 3in. High and is fitted on one Side with two sliding trays with a pull out to user rack below them and on the other Side the hanging space is accommodated with a Rod and sliding Hooks. Mirror behind the door and take note that Joth doors lock independently. This is a great advantage on the old style. Made of Oak an d nicely furnished. Any finish. �3-15-0 Oak doughboy with trays. .�2 1 2-6 5 valve super Het vale0 �19-19-0 interstate reception. Hear this and be convinced. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? slots & lid Complete House Minimi i Wiki to furnishes agents for Moffat virtue shearing plants shearing duplicates also milking machines

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