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Prolific Cause Of Sickness [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

Prolific Cause Of Sickness JLHscussing the protection of dairy cattle from infectious disease, a departmental pamphlet emphasises the importance of observing the principles of hy giene and sanitation. 'Cleanliness, we are told, is one - the cardinal virtues, and it is certaii ly closely related to healthiness observes the writer. 'If gieat- efforts were made to free nnimi premises from dirt and flies hy th use of plenty of water and 'elho grease,' the establishment of a effective drainage system, and ti surfacing of yards, the cow hail sheds, and pens would not only be lef likely to retain the germs of infec ious disease, but would be far moi pleasant places to work in. 'It is well to remember that mm of the diseases which affe'fct your animals are associated with insan tary conditions. Pigs and calves ai frequently shut up in yards that ai filthy, and in ramshackle sheds tta are an offence to the eyes and th nose. Young animals kept under sue conditions rapidly develop distuii ance...

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CR. INNES THANKED Representation At Shires' Conference [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

CR. INNES THANKED Representation At Shires' Conference The work of President Innes at the recent Shires Conference as delegate was commended at last Lyndhurst Shire Council meeting. Cr. Burns, in moving a vote of thanks to Cr. Innes, said they were deeply appreciative of the President's work. He worked very hard in the public interest. Cr. Cook spoke in similar strain, and the tribute was carried unani mously .

Publication Title: Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle, The
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WINCHCOMBE CARSON Business Extension: Orange Sale Yards [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

W1NCHC0MBE CARSON Business Extension : Orange Sale Yards The activity of Winchcotnbe ' Canon Ltd., Stock Salesmen, at . . the Orange saleyards, is being extended. From July 1st, 1944, the Company has acquired the saleyards, sheep, lambs, cattle and pig business of McNeilly. Crampton & Martin, and in addition, will hold the Orange An nual Western Ram Sales in January, Mr. T. J., Martin, of McNeilly - Crampton & Martin, will be in at tendance at the saleyards on stock and pig sale days. Messrs. W F Blowes, and W. M. Betts continue as joint managers of the Orange branch of Wirtchcombe Carson Ltd. The com °f the two organisations at the Orange saleyards will thorough ly assure capable and careful at tention to clients' consignments of sheep, lambs, cattle and pigs. Winchcombe Carson Ltd. will re ceive orders for trucks at their of. fice. Lord's Place, Orange, Tel 73 and also conduct transactions in store, stock and properties at the same address. McNeilly, Crampton &...

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IT ALSO OCCUPIES THE FLEAS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

i | IT ALSO OCCUPIES THE FLEAS A reasonable amount of fleas is good for a dog; they keep him from broodin' | on bcin' a dog. — David Harum. I

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY PARTY Blayney Girl Honored [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

HAPPY BIRTHDAY PARTY Blayney Girl Honored A very iiappy birthday party ( took place on Saturday night last at the home of Mr. and Mrs. | Frank Gillespie, of Ogilvie St.. Blayney. The occasion was the celebration of their daughter's (June) 15th birth day. About 25 guests were present, and an enjoyable evening was spent by all at dancing, community items. games, etc. A dainty supper was provided by Mrs. Gillespie. The speeches made by Joan Ryan, Lola Call in an, June Gil lespie and Pat and Tiger Smart were amongst the high-lights of the party. ) June was the recipient of many nice presents to commemorate the occasion.

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NEVILLE. ANNUAL HOSPITAL BALL A SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

NEVILLE. I' ? ? annual hospital BALL A SUCCESS The annual ball, in aid ^ Blayney and Carcoar ,jle Hospitals, held in th e Hall on Friday nightlastunde the auspices of the C .W.A. Younger Set, was a gieat suc cess. ? ..ha av/iDllATlt Music and supper wac - so that, taken all round, it was «» ?'tip-top' show. It is expected that i profits will amount to over £20. j Mr Smart, of the Blayney Hospi_ | tai Board, and Mr: Arthur May, ot the Carcoar Board, thanked the Ne ville people for their support. Competitions resulted: A pair ot fowls was won by Mrs. M. Lassey; : and a cake, beautifully decorated by , Mrs. F. Cable, went to Lance Vane. PERSONAL ITEMS. j j During tlie week, Mr. K. Goninan, teacher at Shaw School, received j notice of tranfer to Bournewood. ! Since his marriage, fourteen months ago Mr. Goninan and his wife have resided at Neville, where t, hey have made many friends, who will be sorry to say good-bye. * * ♦ Mrs. E. Woods, of Shaw, has been j appointed by the Education D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

' ? 1 ? T. G. STAMMERS AUCTIONEER STOCK AND STATION AGENT CARCOAR I Sales conducted In Any Part of the District Agent For: — ; ? fji. Farmers' and Settlers' Co-op. ' ill Insurance Compan* ' ^-f DOMO SEPARATORS W it?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

II WHERE to buy the I 'CHRONICLE' I rHE CHRONICLE' is cn sale at the Living Newsagents:' I MRS- HEALY, Blayney. I'\ «/. CLARK. Carcoai. I r. J. LEABIjATER, Lyndhurst. MRS- ROSSER, Blayney. j. C. AMOS, Millrhoipe. C. H- BUCKLEY, Mandnrama. MAY 8 DEVENISH, Neville, yj. H. HILL, Woodstock. V. P- COLLINS, Newbridge. jdNDi- y PLACE YOUR ORDER, as nfwsprint restrictions necessitate a STRICT LIMIT ON THE NUMBER OF EXTRAS PRINTED.

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Dairy In Heart Of London [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

Dairy In Heart Of London I Within a mile of St. Paul's Cathedral, in a quiet corner of the warehouse and dock area of East London, a successful dairy has been conducted for many years. fev WWOUCU W1U1 UUiCl. I dairy buildings attached pro vide accommodation for twenty cows, as well as for chickens and ducks. The cows, living almost entirely under cover, are in ' excellent, condition and the proprietors run a milk de livery round. — 'Dairy Review'

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"National Calamity," Claims Councillor: Land-Locked Acres In Lyndhurst Shire Area [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

'National Calamity,' Claims Councillor : Land-Locked Acres * In Lyndhurst Shire Area The acreage of land in I Lyndhurst Shire area, held by big estates, was described as a national calamity by Cr. C. I. Cook, at the June meeting of the Council. j He was speaking in support of a statement made by Cr. A. U. Hill at a recent meeting- of Blayney Dig. ?gers that land-locked areas should ?be made available to returned sol. diers. Cr. Cook added that the Shire Council should advance the claims j of the district. There was land go ing to waste; big areas were locked up, while many advances were to be gained by closer settlement. Cr. Innes (President) said it was a big question, and they would de finitely put up a fight for the re turned men. He would be attending the R.S. conference in Sydney. Blay. ey and Orange districts, he con sidered, were eminently suitable for such a scheme. CROYVN LAND ALSO. Cr. Burns expressed the opinion that there were still large areas of Crown land that could b...

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ARTISTS DRAW FOR MEDICINE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

ARTISTS DRAW FOR MEDICINE f A medical history of the war, recording in photographs and drawings new surgical technique and unusual treatment of disease, is being prepared in the Euro pean theatre by soldier artists, members of the Museum and Medical Arts Service of the Medical Corps, the War Depart ment announces. Drawings of a rare eye disease, coloboma, involving a growth in the interior of the eyeball, were made by Sergeant Clifton B. Potter, of | Beverly, Mass. | 'I climbed into a sterile gown and stood by the surgeon and looked over his shoulder,' Potter said. 'I didn't actually draw in the operating room but took quick mental notes and transposed them later into sketches. These were enlarged into j pictures of each step of the opera tion.' Sergeant Joseph G. Nalopovic of Silver Springs, Md., recently photo graphed a simplified method of ap i plying plaster casts in the field, making twelve pictures of various stages. I Captain Ralph D. Reed, of Beth-j esda, Md., formerly bacte...

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ELECTRICITY RATES TOO HIGH IN SHIRE PRESIDENT INNES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

ELECTRICITY RATES TOO HIGH IN SHIRE -PRESIDENT INNES / ! Cr J A. Innes, President, of Lyndhurst Shire Council, envis-, ages the time as not being far distant. when areas like Lynd hurst Shire will be embraced in a county council which will re duce electricity charges in the smaller communities by impos ing a more or less uniform rate over a wide area. He discussed the matter at last Shire meeting. Cr. Innes sai-j the price of elec tricity in Lyndhurst Shire, at 7d. and 8d.. was excessive, compared with some other areas. For instance, Blayney Hospital had to pay 7d. for its electricity; the Orange Hospital paid under 2d. Mr. Jolinston (Electrical Engi neer): Orange is buying its electri city at about half our rate for bulk. Then there is the much greater number of consumers at Orange in a compact area . to be served. We could supply, with our present scheme, two or three times the pre sent number we are supplying in Lyndhurst Shire, but we lack the consumers in an area that can be co...

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Good Chance For More Better [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

} 'i Good Chance For j More Butter j; Progress reports indicate that butter production will be suffi-' ciently improved at the end of July to enable a restoration ot the civilian ration to 8oz. a I-]: week. 'M ! Production has begun to increase in 1 ' Victoria, after reaching an abnormally ? low level as a result of seasonal lasses and bushfires. Tbe only factor which might result ip a , deferment of the normal ration is the low state of reserves, but these could be re-built from surplus production jn the spring.

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HEAVY BUSHFIRE COMPENSATION CLAIMS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

HEAVY BUSHF1RE COMPENSATION CLAIMS Uhcn claims for bushfirc losses dosed last week in Victoria, 2270 claims for compensation amounting to £1,729,000 had been received. The number- of houses destroyed was 609.

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Mandhurama Personals [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

Mandurama personals AC W. Moya Prosper left on Monday night last to rejoin her unit after spending a few.days leave with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Prosper and friends. ? » ' * * Mr. Ldndsay Carney, after spending the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Carney and fnends, re turned to Sydney on Monday night last, where he is employed on the railway. Miss Jessie Francis, daughter of | Mr and Mrs. T. Francis, who ha.; I been in Forbes for some time, arri ved home on Sunday night lasf. | * * * i Laurie Gurney has arrwc-2 home , from Melbourne, where be spent i part of his leave with relatives and ^ friends. j * * * I Mrs. L. Smith, who has been spending a holiday with Mr. and Mrs R. L. Cobb, returned to Sydney on Friday last She was accompan ied by Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Cobb, who have not been enjoying the best of health for some time past. Their many friends hope that the change j will prove beneficial i * * * The many friends of Mr. T. Fran- | cis, who is under medical care,...

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MEDICAL FLYING SERVICE PROVES BOON TO INJURED MINE WORKER [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

_ ( MEDICAL FLYING SERVICE PROVES BOON TO INJURED MINE WORKER : A LTHOUGH commenced only a ,. month ago, the value of the medical flying service established at Forbes by Dr. G. L. Young is al ready proving a boon to backcoun try people, particularly in the matter of serious accidents. Last week Mr. I Frank Martin. 42, a single man,' while working in a mine at Gibson Vale, near Ungarie, had both his legs bro | Ken Beneath the knees when a quan - I tity of earth fell on him while he was I working in a tunnel. At the time j Dr. Young was at Kikiora, only five j no V/', distant, and he was communica ted arith and was able to bring his | small plane right up to the mouth of { the mine. He had to climb down the , mine 60 feet ,to the injured man, and after applying splints brought him to the surface on a mine stretcher in ttie plane. Dr. Young had the patient in Forbes in less than two hourS'-sfter the accident Some epitaphs: Dorothy Parker's on herself: 'Excuse my dust.' On an Aberdeen t...

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BURNT YARDS—NOT NEVILLE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

? ? — ? ? ? — BURNT YARDS— NOT £ NEVILLE A birthday party tendered to -liss A King and the Junior Red Ci-oss Doll Show, recently held at Burnt Yards, inadvertently ap ? peared in last : issue- as having ^ taking- place at Neville. B°th functions were largely „. attended by residents of the for mer centre, and, in the case of the Doll Show, junior members of the Bed Cross are to be compli mented' on their introduction of a novel entertainment that proved ? *u°st remunerative - — - — — ?

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Gestapoism [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

/ i Gestapoism , yr f ? . 1. To many people it will come as \ i - a?-' surprise to learn that the A fixation Department possesses V tne right to seize private- bank , deposits in satisfaction of alleged j 'unpaid taxes. I In other Words, in the eyes ,o£ L . the Department at least, the ac r : cused is deemed guilty until . proved innocent. ; i k Perhaps no more glaring ex ! 'ample of Gestapoism has been ,j foist on a country that is proud of its democratic principles; and I who, in the defence of those prin- j ciples, its sons have fought the ?disciples of dictatorship on every battlefront. The statement by the Federal Treasurer (Mr. ChifleyJ that the taxpayer has the right of appeal does not exonerate a gross viola . . tion of common British justice. To condone the action of any . person evading taxation is just as foreign to the average Aus tralian as the method adopted by the Department who, as in the Case of the individual, has re course to the law courts, where, having secured ...

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"SUE COUNCIL FOR DAMAGES" Ratepayer's Warning [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

'SUE COUNCIL FOR i ' DAMAGES' | Ratepayer's Warning A warning that he might have grounds on which to sue the Council for damages was contain ed in a letter read at last meet ing of Lyndhurst Shire Council from Mr. C. G. Fitzgerald, 'Kil- larney,' Forest Reefs. When paying his rates, Mr. Fitz gerald informed Council that the drain he had asked to be cleaned out two years ago had not been touched, and his paddock was still being wash ed. 'I intend to plough the paddock very soon,' Mr. Fitzgerald wrote, adding: ''If there is any damage, caused by the ground being washed, I will sue the Council for damages, so I trust you will have this matter attended to at once.' The Engineer will inspect.

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Gallymont Personal Pars [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 21 June 1944

Gallymont Personal Pars * o » Miss V. Bright, of Bathurst, is on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bright. The many friends of Gnr. Ben Eld ridgfe, AIF. are pleased to see him spending leave in the district. Word was received during last week that Dvr. Elma Fuller had undergone ? an appendix operation. Upon receipt of the news, Mrs. Fuller left for Syd ney to be near her daughter. Mr. W. Fuller suffered a sudden seizure whilst engaged on farm work last week, and it was with, great dif ficulty that he unyoked his team and reached home. Upon being conveyed to hospital, an immediate appendix operation' was carried out. Latest re ports indicate that Mr. Fuller is mak ing a satisfactory recovery. In addition to the wave of 'colds' sweeping the district, quite a number of families have members receiving medical attention. Mr. and Mrs. H. j Bright's daughter, Una, and Arch, ! youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A | Moss, are to have tonsils and ade- j noids removed, and Mr. and Mrs. A. | Pi...

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