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PEA VINES AS VALUABLE DAIRY FODDER [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944
PEA VINES AS VALUABLE DAIRY FODDER It is estimated that at least 10,000 tons of dry vines will come from the next pea crop, harvesting November, The Onininn nf .1. ? - rlv,r WQU7 ? , .'S'--u.iurai experts is If L- u -S losing thousands of toils Pr°tC[n dairy fodder through the ! 1 U J*a VinCS- after th« crops have been harvested . '.r?5 amended the Commonwealth should treat as urgent the taking or steps to prevent such Wastage, a well known agriculturalist stated to-day
Resident Avert Serious Position: Carcoar District Hospital's Acute Staff Shortage [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944
Kesiden^ Avert Serious Position : Carcoar District Hospital's Acute Staff' Shortage ! The Instant acceptance of the serious staff position at; the District Hospital and the service rendered by Mrs. Hargans, of Care oar, a double certificated sister, in a voluntary capacity of Acting Matron, and others, en. abled the Hospital to function. So reported the Secretary (Mr B. S. Livermore) to the June meeting of Carcoar Hospital Board directors. A serious position, the report con tinued, arose ?Chen Miss R. Hayes, who had been engaged as relieving Matron during Matron Rich's ab sence on sick leave, had writetn to say she was unable to fulfil her con tract as her mother had been taken ill This was hv Stinf-pr C. A! Neesham, of the nursing staff, ter. minating her service with the Hospi tal on May 27. ' i NO TRAINED STAFF. j As a result of these departures, the j Hospital was without trained staff, j an,j the National Service Office was j contacted by phone and letters j advising of the pos...
OVER 1,000,000 TINS OF TOMATO JUICE Cowra Cannery Output [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944
OVER 1,000,000 TINS OF TOMATO JUICE Cowra Cannery Output \X7ELL over a million tins of toma to' juice have Tolled off the pro duction lines at Edgeli'h Cowra can nery since the commencement of the tomato season in February this. year. This gives some idea of the immense production capacity of this new local industry. In addition, more than 20.000 four gallon tins of tomato pulp are now being -processed by the cannery into tomato sauce At pre * sent the canned sauce goes to the | fighting services, but after the war it j will probably he marketed commer j cially, ^ All this tomato production I from districts came from crops to I tailing 266 acres. For the next crop the company will contract for an in crease to 350 acres. — Cowra 'Guar- dian.'
CENTRAL FIRE FIGHTING PUMP Would It Assist Bush Fire Brigades [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944
CENTRAL FIRE FIGHTING PUMP Would It Assist Bush Fire Brigades Bush-fire brigades in Lyndr hurst Shire are to be asked by Lyndhurst Shire Council whe ther a special pump available at a central point, like Blayney, would be of assistance in fight, ing fires. Recently, Lyndhurst bhire Coun cil made inquiries in the matter from Abercrombie Shire Council. A reply from the latter Council , was considered at last Lyndhurst Shire meeting. Abercrombie Council tnanked the Lyndhurst Council for its letter and advise-j that it had considered the purchase of a unit, but, before mak ing a definite decision, it had writ j ten to Crookwell Shire Council for ! further information, as that Coun- | cu had had experience with this type of plant. | Cr. Amos suggested that the quc-s. | tion be submitted to the various j brigades in each Shire. The opinion ! had been expressed that having the t equipment ill a central place would j be an advantapp. I Cr. Denton favored a pump being centrally located. From...
SOIL STATION ON CARCOAR ROAD LYNDHURST SHIRE COUNCIL MOVES [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944
SOIL STATION ON I CARCOAR. ROAD | LYNDHURST SHIRE COUNCIL MOVES Lyndhurst Shire Council is I keenly behind the move to have i a soil erosion demons tration block established in the Shire, the suggested site being on Mr. Ted Patrick's farm on the Blay ney — Carcoar road. j uiscussion arose at last meeting, when Shire Engineer Gerty reported that an inspection had been made by Mr. Smith (Manager, Soil Research Station, Cowra), Mr. Fowles (Soil Research Officer), Mr. Mahon (Pub lic Works Department) and Cr. W. Burns of the soil erosion on the river bank at Miss Brady's property, Carcoar. Mr. Gerty said they were i fifiven to understand that «i» Roil Conservation authorities would offi cially contact the Public Works De partment in connection with this matter. HIGHWAY THREATENED, live erosion is occurring within a chain of the main. Highway, and unless it is rfnykwl the Highway will be interfered with. Cr. Burfts said he thought the time very opportune to press further for the establish...
DROVE STOCK BACK WITHOUT PERMIT Unusual Case At Dubbo [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944
I DROVE STOCK BACK WITHOUT PERMIT I Unusual Case At Dubbo IWhat was stated to be the first case of its kind involving the Dubbo Pastures Protection Board area was a case heard at the Dubbo Police Court, when J. Mulligan pleaded guilty to a rhajjge of driving sheep on a stock route without renewing his travelling permit. ''?Mr. A. D. Booth, for the Board, l('®iid that defendant had travelled -CBOO sheep on the Dandaloo-Peak °Hill road, and before completing the Hurney for which he had a permit, -°® turned the sheep about and drove JnBem back to the starting point. 1 'Before doing this, he should have aflcured a further permit, the charge 4 which would have been £2. ll2WAs it was the first case of this t'1B.ture, the Board was not pressing u«r a heavy penalty. ir®A fine of £2 with 8/- costs and ''?/2/ professional fees, in default a'Bne days, was imposed.
LOST £8 ON HORSE DEAL Shire Employee Seeks Reimbursement [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944
LOST £8 ON HORSE DEAL Shire Employee Seeks Reimbursement Mr. Arthur Stammers, Lynd hurst, requested Lyndhurst Shire Council at last meeting to give consideration to the ques tion of reimbursing him to the extent oi jt« ror tne loss incur red ^ connection with the pur chase and sale of two horses * bought for use in connection with grading. For some years he drove horses belonging to the late Mr. Syl. Pros per, Mr. Stammers stated This meant that he had to do a lot of work for which he received no pay ment, as the whole of the allowance WHS liandPfT tn tVic TSVonian. He had spoken to the Shire Engi neer about the matter, and was ad- ! vised to purchase horses of his own. After the horses had been purchased, the executor of the estate approach ed the writer and asked whether he would agree to him (the executor) engaging another man to drive the estate horses, and at the same time the Engineer informed the writer that he wanted him to work on tar and other jobs. 'NO RETURN.' This meant...
ELECTRIC MOTORS TO BE MADE AVAILABLE [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944
ELECTRIC MOTORS TO BE MADE AVAILABLE 1 i ^HREE types of clectric motors should be available to essential users in about six weeks time, the Department of Agriculture informed District War War Agricultural Committees last week. To obtain a motor it is necessary to fill in a form obtainable from. the local dealer, and a letter of sponsorship from the local Agricultural Commitotee. These will be sent to the wholesale firm or manufacturers, thencc to the appropriate Government department for consideration. Trace chains, now. almost unprocurable, are to be manufactured by two Austra lian firms, the Department of Agriculture has notified the local W.A.C. The firms have undertaken to manufacture all Aus tralian requirements. Nine types of this
"SHOCK" FOR ELECTRICIAN: WORK ON SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944
'SHOCK' FOR ELECTRICIAN : WORK ON SUNDAY | A 267-ye»r old Act has barred a claim for work done on a Sun day. Mr, A J. Bryant, P.M., m the Tweed Heads Court of Petty Ses j. ? . .t-j. nriiiiiim .Tames : sions, iouna mai I Ovens, electrical contractor of Coo langatta, was statute barred the Sunday Observance Act of 16b ( from proceeding with a claim foi £4/17/6 against Norman Cowan He witt, of Tweed Heads, as the work had been contracted for and carried out on a Sunday, apparently in the ordinary course of plaintiffs trade or calling— 'Tweed Daily,' Murwillum bali.
"Experts" Not Needed, Says Council REGIONAL AREAS IN N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944
'Experts' Not Needed, Says Council REGIONAL AREAS IN N.S.W. Regional Councils might per form a good service if properly handled, but they should be con trolled by member Councils and not by a body of 'experts' ap pointed by the Government. That contention was held by Lynd hurst Shire Council at its June meeting, when opposition to a move by Dubbo Municipal Council was strongly voiced. Talbragar Shire Council (Dubbo) sought support to a motion urging that any Regional Advisory Com mittee or Resources Survey Commit tee to be formed should be control ler by the local government authori ties within the region delineated by the Regional Boundaries Committee and be comprised of representatives of the local government bodies with in the region. Talbragar Council expressed op position to the proposal of Dubbo Municipal Council favoring appointed committees. It objected to commit tees appointed by the Government comprising 'experts' — expert opin ion, it was contended, could be ob tained on ...
NEVILLE PARS [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944
NEVILLE PARS Mrc. Goodacrc has returned home af ter a- holiday in Forbes. * * % Mrs. Brooks, accompanied by her daughter. Doris, and Mrs. M. Lassey, spen: the week-end at the Junction with Mr. and Mrs. Sykcs, parents of Mrs. Brooks. Jjs * * AC1 Lindsay Devenish is enjoying home leave for the first time in mapy months. * * * Mr. Roy Oats is visiting his mother at Carcoar Street. * * * The dancc, conductcd by the War Agricultural Committee on Saturday night last, proved a great success.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lyndhurst Shire Chronicle — 28 June 1944
K 'CHROTflCLE'^ k; ADVERTISING RATES I ? I ? Small, run-on Cash Adverti6e tii' ments (-without display lines): 12 -words, 2/ (minimum charge) ; IS to 18 words, 2/6; 19 to 24 US:- words. 3/; 25 to 30 words. 3/6; SSlT 31 to 36 words, 4/. If booked, 6d- extra in each case. !V'-- Larger casual advertisements j f' (with display lines) : 4/ per inch. j In Memoriam Notices: 4/- | ?without verse (minimum charge) With verse, 4/, plus 6d. per line of verse. 3 Return Thanks Notices (of | normal size): 4/. Proportionate I increase in charge for space f over normal. j Death, Birth and Marriage E Notices: 4/- (any size). j- Contract Business Advertise fc' ments: Special cheap rates on li application. ,ji ———==================== f: LYNDHURST SHIRE 5r | chronicle' if . — — - — ^ ? v Wednesday, June 28, 1944 ? ? : ? i